Anaheim Union High School - Colonist Yearbook (Anaheim, CA)

 - Class of 1928

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'A Y x Fl D 3 if fi N J O 2252 Psilmmwtratinu 1 -1 E Bunk Gum Gllansra Srnrnru 1 E-5 1 linhvrrlaaamm 52-E 1 Alumni B2-B 3 Qlalvnhar B5-EE Bunk Glhrrr ibrganizatinnz BH -B II Bunk 3Hnur :Munir emit tht Brenna B 1-H 2 Bunk 3Hiuv Illitvrarg H3-HH Annranrn 9 3 QB:-int Shun H4 Bunk Six Atlplviira HH-1211 Ennk Scum Glampua 1Frulirz 121-152 Ahnrrtisiug Snaps Zilnkrn 5Hnre1nnrh When in 1620 the Mayflower made her memorable voyage, bringing to the inhospitable shores of New England that little company of brave men and women who came hither to find freedom ofuworship, we met our first Colonists. These new Colonists, persecuted in England, found tempor- ary refuge in Holland, but soon realized that their nationality would be merged. So, with staunch courage, they turned resolutely toward the New World, hoping there to find freedom of thought and worship. Here they sought to wrest from the poor soil of New England a meager living and built log forts to protect themselves from the unfriendly Indians. The Colonists, a generation later, answering the call of the West, found their trail along the way constantly en- dangered by Indians and wild animals, from which they were ever on the alert to protect themselves, their families, and beasts,of burden. Their forefathers had been schooled to suffer silently, never to flinch, but to play the game fairly. VVhat a heritage to bestow on their descendants! From the court of Isabella to the shores of San Salva- dorg from the peaceful ports of Holland to the storm-swept New England coasts, from the happy Puritan firesides, in their covered wagons, braving the unknown wilderness, to the sun-drenched Golden Gate came the sturdy Colonist Pioneers. 4 The spirit of the true Colonist still lived, when in 1857 a group of fifty men set out from San Francisco Bay and crossed the mountains to the Santa Ana River, bringing the nucleus of the Mother Colony. This later developed intothe city we love, whose romantic name was developed from the linking of the beloved word "Home" and "Ana',, the patron saint of the river. How appropriate, then, that we, the des- cendants of these sturdy men, should adopt a title that means so much to every true American heart and resident of our lVIother Colony---THE COLON IST. gn -1- ----------- A ---- -I- Eln illllvmnriam WALTER SPAETH - - - MRS. EDNA MILLS CURTIS - ALBERT MESSERSCHMIDT - NORMAN MAJONNIER - FRANK SCHACHT - - JULIAN HO CONRAD DORCAS NEFF ARTHUR F. JAMES HOWARD FANNIE WILEY MARGARET ROY BETZSOLD ESTHER ALICE RUTH RIC VVILSON - - LULA W HELEN LUND - - FRANCES PICKLESIMER - ALBERTA WALLACE - ALFRED MORALES - ROBERT BECK - - - WILLIAM DE SOMBRE, Jr. . BURDETTE FISCUS - - I. I N' W, Q 'I' fi, f , A rf . s U .. 'J N 1 S If ,A ,. fig! N .jx . ' is A-4 " T P' .....1"Ir- f.1.': ...au 1 t "' we .. S '4v4vf4"4'fZ4.'AA' '4'4"4.'lA'4'4'..'. A'4'4'4'Z'f.'Z4v.-44' ' '45 244' v 'IQL ' QDLII' Grnmth C14 History of Our Schooll By Our Vice-Principal --.011 As an outgrowth of the public school system, our high school was organized in 1898, under the management of the Board of Education of the grammar school. The new high school held its sessions in two rooms in the upper story of the old Central School building and was presided over by C. F. Evans. He and one other teacher cared for the needs of the new school. By 1901 the school had outgrown its accommodations, and under Fred G. Athearn, himself a product of Anaheim, purchased the site where now stands the Fremont Intermediate School and put up the central part of that building. This building provided for seven teachers and class rooms and was believed adequate for the needs of the school for years to come. Mr. Athearn was followed by C. E. Taylor, H. F. Pinnell. and Miss Inez Paton, of whose administrations we are able to End no record. ' a e ' c' 1 o t When, in 1905, J. F. Walker bec m prin ipa f he school, there were seventy- nine students enrolled in the student the school was a district school and was easily housed in the 1908 Loara district was pronounced a part of the high school joined us by petition. By 1910 we had outgrown the well as for a richer course of study for manual training and domestic tion was also added to the sisterl of mathematics, English, 1911 music and the commercial for by a faculty of ten doing his work as principal. In 1911, the school had the district for fE150,000 sold to the grammar school and a group of six pleted until March of 1 for more room as auditorium and rooms building. Physical educa- course of study had con- , and history. In these subjects were cared who taught science besides VVHS 3. ildings The old building was f the present site were purchased, i building was not com- English I. and English III. that it was necessary to bond bu. . ' . . o rooms was left out, and these rooms were used for a study hall. We now said that we were provided for for years to comeg in fact, there were CContinued on page one hundred twenty-threel 'WBLUE IQQB ootn -0 A I h Q , E g.. it ,ff ' X M 1-4, A ff L fimrx-, -' Lf N V, ZF- Xgxlfxg N I s . fs If W5 ,- I gg ,Q v if-lfaeim E A 'J '-L' W, -L ,,.. I.',.,'. T ' L' "f'f'4Y3'-33-Ti'e .Tiff-f'-11 " T.f"" Editor-in-Chief ..................................... A .......... ...................... ...... T H OMAS KUCHEL Assistant Editor-in-Chief ...................................................................... .... A RVAL MORRIS Associate Editors ........ DKIROTHY HARM.AN, CHARLES TREMBLAY LAWRENCE MYERS Business and Advertising Illgr. ...................................................,................ Boa' JENSEN 5, Activities Editors .................... ...... L AWRENCE MYERS, LORRAINE THAx'roN Anoranco Editor ..... ............ . .................... R ODNEY CHAMBERLAIN if ' Calendar Editor ........... ...... E L1zAEE'r1-1 DICKERSON Girls' League Editor .... ............. E LOISE OWENS Music Editor ............ ..... E LEANOR PALMER Alu.-nni Editor ....... .... M YRTLE VVINTERS Dramatics Editor ...... ........ F AYE HUNTON Stagecraft Editor ...... ..... W ILLIAM WAITE Humor Editor .......... Senior Class Editor ..... ADELINE FREY CHARLES TREMBLAY Junior Class Editor ...... .................. R UBY STANLEY Sophomore Class Editor ..... ..... Freshman Class Editor ...... Art Editor ....................... RAYMOND BRUNSWORTH JOHN SHOEMAKER .......RUBY WILLIAMS Athletics Co-Editors ................................................................................ ORTxsE BRUCE WALTER T ALMA DOROTHY WINTERS Official Stenographers: El. Chief of Staff .... V MRs. SCHULZ S ,,. D. F. LEHMER if-' ,M L. nnmmjnm 1 .41 fi , A 1, E AH s Miss RUMSEY MR. HEDSTROM BLUE i928 Gow i ' Q ,, ' 1, 34 ,LL 45 'R A " . 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The graduating class will soon leave the school-its life will shortly close, its only bequest is that which you now hold in your hands. VVe feel that we have very nearly approached that eminence for which we have striven and that only with the great co-operation of high school students and faculty. Above all those who have contributed their help to this K'Blue and Gold" is our fConlinuf'1l on page one hundred thirty-ninej I stun 1923 onto ' THE PEDAGOGUES But I ve seen manv who xx ere the sort Dorothy Harman, '28 1" ' ' -.ff -' 2' ' '14f"'T'J?ff'Qf"' -L' - VV rx 4379 L X14 4 if AV V 'ai Vw ' Q' " 3 'Ng If 2 yi 'f 63, 1 5 :Vf' VHv'f WKQZT1' in --132'-ww ?55,,.f,l ff ly Q 343 Ve.. , -3 A V 5' 1 M-'f H Mi F 'IQ'-2--W2 5' fig? '12 737 QL,-"1"Q..q , Y-1 7:'. '-1.-L -.fig f .LBRPQW-' -I 4.51 if-f f 5 V:-v: '+44,TVgw" X " mga A A 54,414 M1115 Vljm.. fy. 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V. ,,, A - V, f,.,,- - .q , wVf'1f.4, fu ,Ag 1 wb ,N f 4' ffnf 1 ,gr Fi, A L n Q, 5 5 J E k if uf 4 B ES E5 v .Q K1 Q Q ii Q 1 5 fl li Book Ewa Classes n - 5 5 32 5 5 e if, 6 ,L 4 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prf'si1lf'nt ............... ..,,,,.,,,...A,,,..,,,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.,. A I OHN LLEY Virr-Prffsizlfffzt ......, ,.,,,,.,,, I DOROTHY HARMAN Sf'frf'tr1ry ............. ....... I 1AVVRENCE MYERS 7'l'f'fl5lll'l'f ........ .........,....,.....,............,....... IN 'IARTHA ADAMS I ILJ S S FLO IVE R VVhite Carnation CLASS COLORS Green and VVhite CLASS JIIOTTO HI4Zllll1l'l'lCd, but not anchored" CLASS AD VISORS Klr. D. F. Lehmer . hir. Clayes Nliss VValker Bliss Rumsey . Miss Conover Bliss Bickley Rflrs. Schulz Nlr. Righter Nir. Van der Veer Chief Swvfntemz C TOMMY KUCHEL Sliuli-nl liody Pros. '28 Annnal Plililor '28 I"00llraIl '26 '27 '28 llrniur Sorivly '25 '26 '27 '28 Royal Orilvr of Grand llllpm 28 .lnnior and Si-nior Play '27 '28 'MARTHA ADAMS Sm-r-rvlziry ol' Studi-nl llorly '27 '28 lluyal Urdvr ol' Grand llrapv '28 Ulassif- Ulnlu '27 '28 Junior Play '27 llonor Sovim-ly '25 '26 '27 '28 G. A. A. '27 '28 'IW-nnis 'Foam '27 Si-nior l'lay '28 BOB JENSEN Swimming 'l'1-am '23 '2l Vanili-villv '2l '25 Opa-rn-lla '21 llaski-llvall 21 Anurane-0 Afl Managm-r 25 26 27 28 Voollwall '25 '26 '27 Varsity llaskvlliall '25 Annual Afl Manag'4'r '27 28 S--nior l'lay '28 WALTER TAYLOR Vanfli-villv '25 '26 '27 Ups-re-ll:i '26 '27 '28 .Innior Play '27 Vonllvall '27 Royal Ormle-r of Grand Drape- '27 '28 Spanish Ulnlu '26 '27 '28 lli-Y Ulnlr '26 '27 '28 H4-nim' l'lay '28 FRANCIS BUSHARD Royal Ormlc-r ol' Grand llrapi- '27 '28 l!:i4'ln-lor Ulnli '27 .lnninr l'lay '27 Yvll la-adm-r '28 In-norlnn-nl f'0lllIllilll'l' '28 Si-nim' Play '28 I zghtrm ,........ 1 l . 4... Y ...... .-, fg l 3 LLOYD RIUTCEL Football '25 '26 Basketball '2-I '25 '26 Track '25 Tennis '25 Uhrislmas Play '26 '27 Senior Play '28 DOROTHY HARMAN Enlorvd Anahoim from Alhambra '26 Honor Society '25 '26 '27 '28 Pros. of G. A. A. '28 Iiaskvlhall '25 '26 '27 '28 llasolwall '25 '26 '27 '28 Swimming' '27 '28 Annual Staff '28 I-li-Jinx '28 Hockvy '27 '28 HERALD HYLTON Enlvrvd Allilllfxllll from Long Roach '26 Football '25 '26 '27 Ilaskeflmll '25 '26 '27 llasvliall Managlir '27 Footlwall Captain '27 Commissionor of Boys' Athlvtirs '28 'Frark '28 A Flnlr '27 '28 Christmas PI'0l-Z'I'ill'Il '28 FAY STAN LEY Vim--1'1'cs. .lnnior Class '27 '1'l't'2lSlll'l'l' Girls' l.0:ig'lu- lA'2lRillk! '27 Prvsidont of Latin Ulnli '27 Honor Soc-ivly '26 '27 '28 Pros. of Honor Sociuty '28 1 Prvs. of Girls' lmagnu '28 'l'r0asnrm-r oi' Girl Ru- sorvus '28 DICK LUSK Varsity Foolliall '26 '27 llasolmll '25 '27 '28 'Pravk '25 '28 Swimming' '25 A Ulnh '24 '25 '26 '27 Spanish Flnli '26 '27 '28 Monday Plnlv '25 '26 Se-ninr Play '28 - -.4 ,-...- f 1--f ,.,..... 1 9""""""-", "-"""" JOHN ELEY Football '25 '26 '27 '28 Track '25 '26 '27 liasketball '25 Senior Play '28 Junior Play '27 Operetta '26 '27 Drama Club '27 '28 Pres. of Senior Class '28 LAWRENCE MYERS Honor Society '25 '26 '27 '28 Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 Hi-Y Club '27 '28 Commissioner of Stu- dent Affairs '27 '28 Serretary of Junior Class '27 Secretary of Senioi Class '28 ROBERTA ELEY Operetta '25 '27 '28 Hockey '25 '26 '27 '28 Basketball '24 '25 '27 Pres. of French Club '28 Junior Play '27 Royal Order of Grand Drape '28 Vice- Pres. Girls' League '28 Mozart Club '28 Senior Play '28 FRANCES EDEN Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 Monday Club '25 HAZEL FlLEFt ' Latin Club '26 '27 '28 Royal Order of Grand Drape '28 Orchestra '25 '26 Chairman Uniform Dress Committee '28 Hi-Jinx '26 '27 '28 Senior Play '28 -0--.7 f J 3 ALMA CAILOR Varsity Basketball '26 '28 Varsity Hockey '25 '26 '27 '28 Captain Basketball '28 Track Team '25 '26 Vice-Pres. G. A. A. '28 Commissioner of Girls' Athletics '28 FLOYD LAKEMAN Entered Anaheim from Fullerton '25 Junior Play '26 Football '25 '26 '27 '28 Vice-Pres. A Club '28 Vice-Pres. Glee Club '28 Operetta '28 Senior Committee on Committees '28 OFKTISE BRUCE Basketball '25 '27 '28 Varsity Football Man- ager '28 Baseball '27 '28 A Club '25 '27 '28 Annual Staff '28 Classic Club '27 '28 Editor of Green Lemon '28 Vice-President Student Rody '28 MARGARET COLLINS Operetta '25 '26 Glee Club '26 Christmas Play '26 Royal Order of Grand Drape '28 Senior Play '28 FAYE HUNTON Operetta '25 Glee Club '26 Christmas Play '27 Senior Play '28 Royal Order of Grand Drape '28 Annual Staff '28 Nin4't1 z ll I ' , .. r 1 l I j t 5 ELIZABETH DICKERSON .lunior Play '27 lloyal Ordvr of Grand llrapv '28 l':llH'llSll l.it0raturo Club '25 Christmas Play '26 Girls' Hi-.Iinx '28 Se-niur I'lay '28 ELIZABETH ELBINGER Hi-Jinx '26 Spanish Club '27 Annual Advt-rtisinyr Comniittt-v '28 KENNETH TANAKA lfontball '25 '26 '27 llaskt-tball '25 '26 '27 '28 liaise-ball '27 Spanish Club '28 A Club '25 '26 '2-7 '28 ROD CHAMBERLAIN Editor- in-Chivf Anoran - no '?8 'Pvnnis 'Foam '27 '28 Spanish Club '27 llachvlors' Club '27 Annual Staff '27 '28 A Club '27 '28 Printing Club '28 ELSIE BURRMANN llialinx '27 Committi-0 for Girls' l.e-ag'u4- Carnival '27 Tzvwzty 5 ,stu .f::::g ....,.- ....,.. .... - ,. 3-Q GUS LENAIN Football '26 '27 Jr Iiasvball '24 'La '26 '27 Swimniim: '27 A Club '26 '27 '28 Drama Club '28 Christinas Play '27 llaski-tball '27 Sonior l'l.iy '28 AGNES ELBINGER Hi-Jinx '26 Spanish Club '27 Annual Advertising' F0l'llHlliit't' '28 JACK DUTTON Football '25 '26 '27 Cagg. of Football Tvanl ! Baseball '27 '28 Basketball '27 '28 Captain of Basketball Team '28 Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 Pres. of A Club '28 DONALD COLE Hi-Y Club '28 HOUSTON HELLING Tunnis '25 '26 '27 '23 Swimming' '27 '28 Football Managvr '27 Operetta '26 A Club '26 '27 '28 Senior Comnliltov on Comniittm-vs '28 Spanish Club '26 '27 Annual Staff '28 gf ARTHUR GROOS Tennis '27 '28 Track '25 ' National Oratorical C011- test '27 A Club '27 '28 Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 German Club '27 LUCILLE VOGLE .lunior Committee on Committees '27 Senior Commit tee on Committees '28 Glue Club '28 ' V Treasurer of Girls League '28 Honor Society '2-l '27 LAWRENCE HEIDE Football '25 '26 '27 A Club '27 '28 Spanish Club '26 '27 Hi-Y Club '27 1'rintim.:' Club '28 '28 FLORA STEFFINS Hi-.Iinx '26 I I Annual Adverllsu1p.:' Committee ELLIOTT REUTTER Basketball '25 '26 '27 '28 Tlaseball '27 Track '27 '28 .W l " f , ..,.,-,Q .. AUDRA SCHMID Baseball '26 '27 Honor Society '27 Spanish Club '27 Art Club '26 JACK BROWN Entered Anaheim from Long Beach Poly '27 Senior Play '28 ELEANOR PALMER Honor Society '25 '26 '27 '28 Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 Deportment Committee '26 '27 Art Club '25 '26 Tennis Team '26 '27 'unior Play '27 G. A. A. '27 '28 Girl Reserves '27 '28 KENNETH CLAPP I! Football '22 '23 V:-xgsity Football '24 '26 H7 Yarsity Basketball '23 'l'rack '23 A Club '23 '26 Art Club '23 Senior Play '28 ANNETTE WIRE Entered Anaheim from Portland. Ore. '27 Baseball '26 Swimming '26 Her. Girls' Leaf.:'lue '26 Declamatory Contest '26 Operetta. '27 Senior Play '28 Twenty-onc' A A ,, llll .7 ., f 9 :gi - .Eff U LOUIS ROMOFF l'lnIvr4-el Anuhuim from lms Alum-lvs l'0ljJ '27 llziskvllulll '2X Orr-ln-,lrn '27 28 BARBARA WELCH llovks-y '24 'l'l':lc'k '24 '25 Iii-.Iinx '25 '27 '28 Opvm-llu '26 Girl lla-se-l'Ve-s '2-I '25 '26 '27 '28 linlin Ulub '27 '28 llunm' Sovin-Iy '26 '27 '25 G. A. A. '27 '28 IRIS GAISER I'1IlI4'I'I'Il Anzlhl-im frnrn Long llc-:ic-li Poly '27 'l!:is4-bull '26 Illw- I'lul1 '26 Annual Stuff '27 Spanish Club '27 '2X DOROTHY HARRIS Ili-.linx '27 JOHN HEIDE Tr-nnis '25 '26 Iiuske-Ilmll '25 '26 Vursily I"00Ibull '28 Vivo-I'res. of Art Club '27 Glu- Club '27 '28 Hi-Y Flub '28 Oper:-lm '27 '28 A Club '25 '26 '27 '28 Twen ty-two ROBERT JAYNE Idntervd An:i4iv'm from C0:icln'll:l Higll '27 Opvrm-tin '26 ELOISE OWENS Honor Soc-iely '25 '26 '27 Latin Club '26 '27 G. A. A. '26 '27 '28 Open-Ilan '27 Advanved Orclivslrn .25 '26 '27 '28 Annual Stuff '28 DOROTHY HALL Syunish Ulub '26 '27 .ZA RUTH DAVIS Spanish Club '27 '2S LAURA DEAN Glue Club '27 '28 Art Club '28 Spanish Club '28 liuskotbzlll '2X Sen ior Commit t ov on Commit I ees '28 Double Quzirle-I '27 '28 ,,,:-"'f"',i!-2 WILLIAM GASTON Entered Anaheim from Gary, Ind. '27 Minstrvls '27 Glve Club '28 THEODORE PULS Monday Club '25 WILSON WOOD Entered Anaheim from Yan Nuys '27 Glve Club '27 '28 Spanish Club '27 '28 Christmas Program '27 Opervtia '28 HERMAN SCHAFER Spanish Club '2S Notan Club '28 Photography '28 ADAM LEHR Basketball '25 '26 '27 Football '26 Soggish Club '25 '26 '27 Christmas Program '27 Art Club '27 '28 Svnior Play '28 A Club '26 '27 '28 -D mhdw, .....-..- ELBERT SMITH Tennis '27 '28 Basketball '26 Track '28 GEORGIA ALTNOW Glen Club '25 '26 Operetta, '26 Junior Girl Rosorvvs '26 ELVIN FIECKNOFI Operetta '25 Svnior Play '28 MAXINE HARRIS Honor Sooitty 25 X ' '27 '21 Latin Club '26 '27 '28 Christmas 1'rop.:'ram 'I Spanish Club '27 Sec. Classic' Club '27 Girl Reserves '27 '28 THEO QUARTON Baseball '27 '28 Basketball '28 Track '2X Twen ty-three LA VERNE HOLMBERG l'hris1m:is I'l'0f.fI'llY'Il '26 '27 lioyzll Orflvl' of Grzlml llr:1p1- '28 Spanish Ululw '26 '27 '2N Ops-re-11:1 '27 BRITTS PRICE lfuolluill '2l '26 Y4-Il IA-:ulvr '25 '26 A Ululr '21 '25 '26 '27 LAURA NEIDIG l'Iul4-rm-nl Allllllvllll fron' lluuliiu.:'lmi llc-:wli '21 llmim' Siwivtv '21 l..u1iu Club '26 ELGIN WARD l.:iliu 1'Iuln '27 '2N 'l'v-uuis 'I'1-:ilu '27 '28 lluslu-llunll '21 SVi'llllIIllIl11' '21 A Ululu '28 Girl Iivsc-l'v1-s '26 '2,7 '25 JEANIE ALLAN l'Iuts-rvfl Anuln-im from Sillllil Allil Poly '26 SXX'lllllIIlIlll' '21 '27 Yullvylmll 'l'1-:lm '21 Ticwnty-four f J D CHARLOTTE FORSYTH Spanish Club '26 Orrhs-s1r:i '26 '27 .1 Glu' Club '26 Oporvi 1:1 '26 '27 HN .qu 'QT Vzirsily lizisvlmll .. '2X Uupl. lhisolmll Ul-nw 'Fx-:im '27 G A A '27 '26 ROBERT SQUIER Ailvudod Auulim-im '25 '2X Aitvudvd Mzuiuul Arts '26 '27 v. llziskvtlulll '25 '26 27 'Pvuuis '25 '26 A Cluli '25 '28 Svlf-Govs-rnlm-ni M. A. '27 ' '27 l':uum'1l M. A. ELLEN POYET 'l'm-uuis '27 '28 G X K "'7 "N AGNES RASNIUSSEN , V..-.-H, f1.A, A. 26 21 .Eh f,1l0I'1'll2l '25 Art Ululn '26 '27 '25 Hi-.liux .21 25 llzisi-lr: '2 lll 7 lizlskm-llvull '26 '27 '26 Hoc-ki-y '27 'Qs RALPH KLEMM Spanish Ululu '26 I'l'll1lillX-l Ululu '28 J5 ' DORIS AUPPERLE Spanish Club '25 '26 '27 JUANITA BROWNFIELD Junior Hockey Team '27 Operctiu '27 '28 ROSE SIEFKIN Art Club '26 '27 '28 Spanish Club '28 WALLACE LINK Spanish Club '27 Art Club '26 EVELYN SIMS Baseball '25 A Club '27 ..,... i..--:-: w KCI I-3 MARILOUISE HALL Entered Anaheim from Inglewood '27 Hockey '25 '26 '27 '28 Opereiln '25 '26 '27 '28 SVVil'l1l1llY'Ip.!f '25 '26 '27 '28 lizlsketlmll '26 '27 '28 llziselvzill '27 '28 RUBY WILLIAMS Oporetizi '26 liaskutbzlll '25 '26 Art Club '27 '28 Glee Club '25 DEE RUSHTON OI'l'hf'Stl'il '26 linnd '26 Spanish Club '28 ELIZABETH MARTIN Honor Society '25 '26 '27 '28 Deportnicznl Committee '27 Classic Club '27 '28 MILDRED KNIPE Art Club '26 '27 '28 Operetia '25 Art Editor of Annual '28 Glee Club '25 Girl Reserves '25 '26 Twenty-five IRENE SHAVER llhilormi Anaheim from 'l'1-nn. '26 llziskvlball '24 Lite-r:u'y Sovivty '2-I '25 Ili-Jinx '28 JOE STEHLY l-Inlvrwl Anuhe-im from South Dukotu '27 lizlsr-bull '26 '27 lluslu-tbull '2li '27 film- Plub '27 f,l'K'll1'HIl'll '27 FRANCES ANDERSON l'1nl4-rn-d Anuhvim from hong.: lim-zu-li Poly '27 Vullt-yb:1.lI '24 Swimming.: '24 MARTHA HAMMOND lli-Jinx '2N MARVIN WALTON Spanish Club '25 '27 '28 'I'r:u'k '2X Tuwn ty-six -. , .,,, .... .---- -9 ,......i 9 RUTH BOWMAN Spanish Club '27 G. A. A. '27 '28 SARAH CRONE Glee Club '27 '28 Double Quartet '27 '28 Mozart Club '28 SOPH RONA BOCK Spanish Club '27 Orchestra '26 '27 '28 EILEEN ROSEBROOK Spanish Club '27 Hi-Jinx '28 ERWIN WEDELL. Spanish Club '26 Honor Society '27 '28 A-al KATHERINE TULL Spanish Club '26 '27 '23 Hi-Jinx '27 VIVA TABER Christmas Program '27 IONA MCMURTRY Hockey '25 '26 '27 Track '25 Spanish Club '27 Art, Club '27 Basketball '27 '28 Baseball '25 Swimming '28 Hi-Jinx '26 '27 Operetta '28 ARTHUR DICKENSON Christmas Program '25 Varsity Football '27 ADELINE FREY Annual Staff '28 f 5 ..... O .i-::."'...:. ETHEL PHILLIPS Double Quartette '27 Orchestra '28 Operetta '27 Spanish Club '27 Mozart Club '28 Mozart Symphony Or- chestra '28 Senior Play '28 ELSIE SIPPLE Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 Hi-Jinx '27 LEROY CURTIS Football '24 Monday Club '25 '26 MABEL GUST Hockey '27 '28 Basketball '26 Hi-Jinx '27 LILLIE HYLTON Entered Anaheim from Long Beach Poly '26 Orshestra '26 Glee Club '27 Spanish Club '27 Basketball '27 Varsity Hockey '28 Baseball '28 G. A. A. '28 Twenty-seven mg as Jana-an g...u.-Q X X L. K'-" i 1, ,Z 5 ' .- .. ' . Me.-. K ., V .. . , ,J , l . . 1' . S 'Y' J W : L8 .,.,X. . , . K -14... .S ' ' N ' 5 - -- I - i X N Fx ' ASKK ' '---W' ' Q. xt X ' of 916 WILMA LANGE Glee Club '26 '27 Operetta '26 '27 Vice-Pres. German Club '27 Hi-Jinx '26 RUTH SHOEMAKER Art Club '27 '28 Vice-Pres. Art Club Glee Club '25 DOROTHY KOPFER Spanish Club '28 Hockey '27 '28 Basketball '28 Operetta '28 Baseball '27 '28 Swimming '27 G. A. A. '27 '28 Hi-Jinx '26 '27 '28 MARY TANAKA Operetta '25 Honor Society '26 '27 '28 Secretary of G. A. A. '28 Spanish Club '27 '28 Tennis '28 Basketball '27 Senior Committee on Committees '28 EDITH STEWART Track '24 A Club '25 '26 Spanish Club '27 Twenty-eight FLORENCE BROUGHER Baseball '25 '28 Art Club '28 Hi-Jinx '25 '26 '27 CLARA ECKERT Glee Club '25 '26 Hi-Jinx '26 '27 '28 JOHANNA GRUSSING Art Club '27 '28 Glee Club '26 Spanish Club '28 LOUISE GRUENEMAY Operetta '25 Hi-Jinx '27 '28 G. A. A. '25 '26 '27 Notan Club '26 '27 Basketball '28 Hockey '28 Baseball '28 Varsity Hockey '28 VESTA ROBERTS Honor Society '26 '27 Spanish Club '28 -ul 0 A -6' see ' -,..... CLARENCE CAILOR Orchestra '25 '26 '27 Band '25 '26 '27 FLETA EISENHAUER Orchestra '25 '26 '27 '28 Spanish Club '26 Art Club '25 '26 Track '25 Band '26 Hi-Jinx '28 Operetta '28 Annual Staff '28 MELDA KEUP Art Club '28 G. A. A. '27 '23 Hi-.linx '26 '27 '23 DONALD EISENHAUER Basketball '25 Track '26 '27 Band '25 '26 '27 Advanced Orchestra '25 '26 '27 '28 Mozart Club Orchestra '28 Senior Play '28 RAY B. CHAMBERLIN Entered Anaheim from Harvard Military School '27 Honor Society '25 '26 '27 Spanish Club '28 Annual Staff '27 Senior Play '28 Printing Club '28 -f-77 I , . RELIANCE PECK Entered Anaheim from F. U. H. S. '26 Glee Club '25 Operetta '25 Pageant '25 RUTH WIRTHS Hockey '26 '27 '28 Basketball '26 '27 Swimming '27 Spanish Club '27 '28 Notan Club '26 '27 G. A. A. '27 '28 Baseball '27 EDWARD BONKOSKY Christmas Program '25 Junior Play '27 Honor Society '27 '23 Senior Play '28 FRED CHAMBERLIN Entered Anaheim from Harvard Military School '27 Baseball '28 Tennis '28 H ETTY STAN KEY Twenty-nine ,f""l JS. 3 RALPH SCHAUPPNER lllnlowvd Anahvim from Nebraska '26 EDNES MASON Spanish Fiub '26 '28 JEAN TRAVERS Spanish Club '28 EVVALETA BERRY Monday l'lub '27 Hi-.Iinx '27 '28 ETHEL BECHTOLD Elite-rs-d Anaheim from Colton '27 Annual Staff 'ZX Latin Club '28 Art Ulub '28 Thirty z 3 EDITH ALEXANDER Operetta '25 Nolan Club '26 '27 '28 Sec. of Notan Club '28 G. A. A. '27 '28 Hi-Jinx '26 '28 Hockey '28 ARLENE QUARTON Art Club '26 '27 Swimming '25 '26 '27 '28 ELLEN SANTHOFF CHARLOTTE HEALD Spanish Club '26 '27 Christmas 1'I'0f.1'l'Zlf'll '27 LEOTA MCCLELLAN Entered Anaheim from Iowa '28 CLARENCE WHARTON Baseball '24 '26 Spanish Club '26 '27 Print Shop Manager '28 Printing Club '28 WILLERT ZAHL A Club '25 '26 '27 '25 Spanish Club '27 '28 Basketball '25 '26 '27 Football '26 '27 Track '26 GLENN PORTER Monday Club '26 SENIOR MEMORIES The time has come when we must go, But, oh, how much we've cared! We'll ever hold all else below The tears and joys we've shared. The fun We've had, the games We've seen Some good will then reveal, For here we've learned to choose between The pretense and the real. When time hath flown o'er life's rough seas, VVe'll backward turn the years To the lovely host of memories Of our Alma Mater dear. -Dorothy Harman, '28 LOUISE LABOURDETTE Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 JOHN NYLEN Orchestra '25 '26 Monday Club '26 Tennis '27 CHARLES TREMBLAY Honor Society '26 '27 '28 Spanish Club '26 '27 '28 Hi-Y Club '27 '28 Forensic '27 Pres. of Spanish Club '28 Thirty-one .Z 'St . 1 V, . ,Z 1 4 i N . 'ey--2, f 1 ,if , - '-ffm, , ,fx - " ' ,gr 9 if ,.':. , l S , F. X is I .-". " -3 "'5l""'C'vli -' N if in fit .N '- I- NI i A' M...-44' "fl'i!..u1.L : I .'1'?3. 5 ' " . . D V g.x'.'.v1..-.f.-f.r11,.+4-.QVg La-Q. ia-.-.xc Q. ,. f.-.f---.-ff,-.'..::.-.:.'.A' -A e-11 5 . W. . .W ...-.,-,,-.. ,.., ,..,..,-:.:bg .44..-...:-.., ...Y ' ,, ln-, , 5 :iliac . -ink CDitch Day Snapsj S R DITCH DAY The senior class set ev her precedent this year. NVe ditched two days after its having been proposed. us is the quickest time in which it has ever been done, and it is likely it will no be Thi ,- If imes in the future. Senior classes heretofore had always go to gg-H ' -'I-3 r e different, this class went to the Los Angeles County Pla p .,' 17 Q 3 val the morning of the ninth of lanuary we found plen fi!! -i . .. A:-v i nf Y ' 1 Ir. Lehmer tried his skill at sk5ting.fHi h Q ' Z jl,z::f5.n t bat, alas! witlgost success- ne o t e f i' r 'li-P V - ' .- . 4- ' 7 'N ters w o, supporte y . . "sh N 24 A ' . some five or six loyal'1' I- E V N-JT". ,LF 1 su a pleasing manner that it brought forth cheers from .the .jAf6l4r,'gX T ere were snow-ball fights for every- one and often a good scrubbing r 'Uh snow for others. One other popular sport was using a small board forfa l en the 1'idcr and the sled parted company fwhich happened not a few timesj 'lug - y resulted in another attempt, following K the old motto of 'Try, try again. In the afternoon there was dancing in the re- creation hall with music furnished by a special orchestra composed of seniors. Between four and five o'clock we left for home after what all had declared had been a very successful day and the best ditch day ever. BLUE i928 ooum Thirfy-tfwo 1 I ,.--X , -,fr-4'l'Y" , -, ' 'fig K . - fe 1 I ' 59" Wx' ffl U l- O XX ' " ' ' ' as 7 . - " -Q fx J.. 3 - -F'-f ji -I- S -I- F," "1-2:4 I 'lk 'V ' ' S ,,....u' .,..' -1 1. . nt. .M K.: U 1 5 ... '.'..'.r..'.'.5.'.'....? '..'.:'.:.'.-'.."...t- ft'..u.u.:z.x'.:2' "' ' "' ' "':' in ,YY7 . i. .. 1' V 1 'W T11 M:::f! . . J: ..n" 1' SENIOR CLASS HISTORY On September 14, 1924, A. U. H. S. saw a new class enter its doors- This class was the class of '28, a green, but ambitious, group of freshmen. To give us an en- couraging start the Sophomore Class entertained us with' a reception and we felt that it had aided us so much that the next year when we were Sophomores we gave the incoming Freshmen a reception to start them on their way. The third year of our stay in high school we staged a farewell by giving, in honor of the Class of '27, the Junior-Senior Banquet. All who had seen any previous banquets of this kind declared that ours was the best, in regard to decorations and program, that they had ever witnessed. But before we reached that position in school life where we felt that we were equal to giving the departing Seniors a kind farewell, we had to begin at the bottom and work our way toward the top, ever with the goal before us- At first we were not represented in many school activities. But is was soon different. Our mem- bership in the Honor Society doubled over that of the previous year, the language clubs welcomed us into their midst, and there were more of our fellows out for athletics. The following year we were juniors. Our new standing gave us the right to occupy the balcony in assembly, the first class to do so. We startled the school by appearing downstairs and occupying the Seniors' seats in the center section while the mighty Seniors were having a ditch day. We presented to the rest of the student body a little play in which the absent Serriors a prominent part. However, in a few months we determined to show how act. Our effort was a great success, for our junior London, portraying an American family's Hrst visit to London, knew how to act. Still one more thing was accomplished Senior rings while we were yet Juniors. ' Then we reached the highest that time. We were Seniors, the leaders of the school! In the privilege of occupy- ing the front seats in assembly and As a further mark of dis- tinction, the girls had their be in contrast to the dark ties of the other girls. Again the which had never been done before. We obtained class with white numerals. This now marks the close here. In these halls of learn- ing we have many friends and is now with a feeling of regret that we must leave e is probably no better time than now to thank us, particularly Mr.1Clayes and the faculty and our fellow-students. May they as much success and pleasure as we have had! We wish to offer the greatest portion of thanks and appreciation as a small return for the great amount of effort, work, sympathy, and understanding which our helpful advisor, Mr. Lehmer, has displayed. Among our memories he shall ever hold a large place. BLU r 2?i3Qff 8 noun Thirty-fliree Vw ,,, Q. fm Q , I vw ,. -, 5 V K V9-3.4. 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'- - . ixi vvgvdvwvvvvvwrvvvvvvv -,fT:Tvvvv.v+'vv-Yvvvvvv I NAME HANDLE MARK OF INDENTITY ADAMS, MARTHA Marne "Always smll-ing" ALEXANDER, EDITH Edie "Blue Ford" ALLAN, J EANIE Jeanie ' "Freckle here and there" ALTNOW, GEORGIA Georgle "Ruth Bowman" ANDERSON, FRANCES Bud ' "Ford roadster" AUPPERLE, DORIS D00 "Quletness' BECHTOLD, ETHEL Ethel "Laura Dean" BERRY, EVVALETA Evva "Care-tree expression" BOCK, SOPHRONA Sophrona "Books" BONKOSKY, EDWARD Eddie "Static in voice" BOWMAN, RUTH Ruth "Short stature" BROUGHER, FLORENCE Flo "Perpetual smlle" BROWN, JACK Brown "Overworked mind" BROWNFIELD, JUANITA Bill "Av0irdup0is" BRUCE, ORTISE Ortle ".-kristocratlc air" BURRMANN, ELSIE Elsie "Viola Vogt" BUSHARD, FRANCIS CAILOR, ALMA CAILOR, CLARENCE CHAMBERLAIN, CHAMBERLIN, FRED CHAMBERLIN, RAY CLAPP, KENNETH A permanent" "Youthful gait" Eileen" 'Pencil and pad" aus Mlen" Plus fours" 'Block A's" ..Hi-Y.. coma, DONALD COLLINS. MARGARET Lloyd" CRONE' gARAH "Six feet three" 5, CURTIS, LEROY Clara Eckert" DAVIS, RUTH --spanish book'- " DEAN, LAURA Deanie "smiley A if DICKENSON, ARTHUR Aff "Charlotte HEPSOOT' gf, 7, x if E BLUE GOLD Thirty-four ' 5 Z A A 5,5 1 K' te," H '. , , ,4wmJ .,,' at W g.w.l'. A ag . ,z tml. :. xml .104 ' N L: ' ui I H ' f y ' ' V r H TWG Q Flats ers an vvvvvvvv 94, , .. au.-- vvvv v REAL DESTINATION Mathematlclan Typist . rl L5'1' I 4 E7 R fix 0, L -'ff --wwf.. 5 2'37' fk.. r pl P21 N: f' 5 - L, fb fp fer a?f iEJ'i .':.-QL X - ,nl pp T l..llLT,Tg-AAITA' '--'923 -"-355-'A' H llnrnnrnprn GENERALLY SPEAKING FOOLISH DESTINATION A true G. R. ' Undertaker Talkatlve Fullerton . Late to Biology Always happy Snappy Dependable Botany student Fun-loving V Willing Stage presence Amiable Merry Reformed! A happy child A manager A seamstress Tennis Champ Little grey home in the West High altitude Goyerness in Hollywood Burbank II Prof. Philharmonic soloist Parisian designer Country School Ma'am Spinster lady ' Clergyman Physical Culturist English teacher Veterinarian Yell king A true friend Quiet Rat Reporter Coal Reliable history student Droll Up and coming Wide-awake Tennis Aesthetic certain Practical - Ten o'clock' scholar Declslve sister Faithful Arizona Ready Chaperon BLU: 1923 nom Stenographer Teacher Sewing teacher Teacher Teacher- Stenographer Teacher Theater Manager n Teacher in forelg Teacher Lumberjack Organist Lawyer Stenographer Pharmacist Teacher Architect 4 Newspaper Work Lawyer Printer Coach Lawyer Housewife Craft teacher Mechanic Secretary Teacher Rancher I land Thirty-five We 3 -. rf 73' " .- JS '.. ,rip K wa ,I I I 9 0 jr' 'DM Lo 4 A. 1 1 LI L NIS x QL 9.4444 X. , N1 ' ' r-Y ' ' .A . 715. -I . 1- A D ff? -v.A.v:,-..--,'-- -L....,L.. ----,,-,.,-v,--.,,,v N A M E DICKERSON, ELIZABETH DUTTON, JACK ECKERT, CLARA EDEN, FRANCES EISENHAUER, DONALD EISENHAUER, FLETA ELBINGER, AGNES ELRINCER, ELIZABETH ELEY, JOHN ELEY, ROBERTA FILER, HAZEL FCRSYTHE, CHARLOTTE EREY, ADELINE GAISER, IRIS CASTCN, WILLIAM CRoos, ARTHUR GRUENEMAY, LOUISE GRUSSINC, JCHANNA GUST MABEL, HALL DOROTHY - ' HALL. MARILOUISE HAMMOND MARTHA HARMAN DOROTHY ..., V.. ,.. ,- , ..-.... HANDLE Llule Dut Clare .Cotton Don Fleta Agnes Elizabeth Jawn Bertie Huzzle Mike Ad Irlsh Blll Art Ike Joe Mlbs Squeaks -y , ,I q 7' ,L A III I 1? LAS '- A I ' , , . A HARRIS, MAXINE AD. Haag p A. .., fqu JLN HEIDE JOHN HEXDE LAWRENCE HELLING HOUSTON HEALD, CI-IARLCTT I , A 5 MARK OF INDENTITY 'Another diamond" 'Percy Claire" 'Blonde" 'Davie" 'Saxophonen 'Blue shoes" 'Books" 'Curled locks" 'Petle's car" 'Usually a crutch" 'Bass voice" ' 'Warren Jewell" ' 'Nolslness" 'Her tlmidity" 'Marjorie Pritchard" 'Captain-like" 'Stately carriage" G-lggle " Frances Eden" Orange sweater" Her dignity" Presidential air" - beth Dickerson" Chatter" 'Fay Curly Hair" I-Iobnailed Shoes" . ia. . .EQ T' Dot 1- f .. . . 1 " I . I A ll ' I It , .1-Ex HARRIS DORQTHY ,-I H I I . in LI- X "Swimming medal" . J l 1 .. W I , ' , X My e 1 u ' N I' lk r II I , .lt , 1 I x ts HOLMBERG. LA VERNE HUNTON. FAYE HYLTON. HERALD ' 'I-Iumbug Faye Dad BLUE l928 Gow Thiftyhsixt ' Melodlous volce" 'Slow, dignified walk" 'Stage presence" :"' I"'f ' TI , "A V - LJ -I-. ' , - ' T L ' F ,, A mtl nhl, i'i fi't'I':'1I :Ii Iff,,'iA.1.1l.fg.e: M A E- 1 - Tag: , , V , 1-gr' f lf 4 I I Hedstrom's photographer' " - I '4 l Q-N lj. , S KZ: hh . xg, Q KJ N 35'-ig ,u."llTl'fff5.wii.a X C 1 S I ":::.::,:ffx'-'15 1-K-1 """ 1 tug.. GENERALLY SPEAKING FOOLISH DESTINATION REAL DESTINATION Good-natured Hash-slinger Teacher Level-headed Fire and brlmstone Civil Engineer Friendly Chemist Piano Teacher Sunny 4 Hash house Stenographer Jazzy Best collegiate dancer Druggist Excitable Orchestra director Artist Democracy shark Manicurist Teacher Capable Contortlonist Stenographer Bluffing ability Orator of Century Lawyer Sincere Sanitarium Drama teacher Quick worker Leap-Year promoter Musician . Hockeyite Columnist Saxophone player Journalistic Married Pianist Lots of fun Dancer Chemist Optimistic Houdini II Lawyer Up-to-the-minute Proverbial soap-box orator Lawyer Untirlng worker Vvaitress at Tahoe . Priv,ate Secretary Industrious Reach heaven! Typist Exuberant Teacher Trustworthy Teacher Right lively Teacher Pleasant Nurse All-around athlete Housewife Dignlfled Teacher Studious Married Original Evolutionlst The Question mark meat Auditor How's that? Lawyer Cartoonist Architect Actress Aged Widow's part a. Play Dramatics Teacher Pert Teacher- ' Playwright The best tackle in So. Calif. Better than Morley Drury BLUE I928 GOLD Football Coach -Thzrty seven ,fr-zpegwgw W. - H l P l, 5. 'Fiftiff' "HY: '1 ' wwf' qv: 45" YT' 'ffl in ,A?6.ff51m 325' TQ. pt lbs. 1. A fmvf xx M f X Ni J' A CSNONEA ,eff ......-ufE".U k - M :MSX , fQYQ-.113+'-'7e'?7+?3-7"-'?-'3?'-'-'34'-'- "" Tffi 3 'ff'1f.TfflI1,. NAME HANDLE MARK OF INDENTITY HYLTON, LILLIE Dew Drop "Long gym bloomerf' JAYNE, ROBERT Bob "Face" JENSEN, ROBERT Bob "It's still Cuba" KEUP, MELDA Melda "Wavy Locks" KLEMM, RALPH Klemmy "DimDleB" KNIPE, MILDRED MHH6 "Ruby and Ruth" KOPFER, DOROTHY DOC "Iona" KUCHEL. THOMAS I Th0l "Made-to-order track suit" LABOUBDETTE, LOUISE Weasel "Red-headed' shadow" LAKEMAN, FLOYD Lake! "Plucked eyebl"0WS" LANGE, WILMA Shorty "The Elblngersn LEHR, ADAM Adam wiggle'- LENAIN, GUS Guasle Eleanor" LINK, WALLACE zook cite walk" LUSK, RICHARD Dick UVM-ions Talents" McCLELLAN, LEOTK Dlmples MCU,-ly locks" McMURTRY. IONA - Iona "Dorothy" MARTIN, ELIZABETH Betty Lamp of learning-' MASON, EDNES Q5 Eddie -fB,,,hf,,1,,e,,-- MYERS. LAWRENCE' Lorenzo -:Honor Society c,,,,.i,,gen NEIDIG, LAURA V Iillra "Curly Mop" NYLEN, JOHN 2 'EL . --vamplsh ways" OWENS, ELOISE ' ' In f6g ?:?'iA1-2-N "That anxious Look" PALMER, ELEANO i H1567 ' -:LAND me" PECK, RELIANCE 'HRK 5A-u'fW,54:'l,0,Jf', 'smile-f PHILLIPS, ETHEL 'asa :SEAS :I I "Rolled socks" PORTER. GLENN , ' I :I U "Shelkish demeanor" POYET, ELLEN , tie 4-Tennis racquet.. PRICE. BRITTS ' "Schoolgirl complexion" PULS. THEODORE Ted "Green lumberjack" QUARTON, ARLENE QUARTON. THEO ' Thirty-biglit Arlene - Ted BLUE l923 noun 'Compact" ' 'That angelic look" l l x ., ..,B.,..g ,,- Nr .1 . W ..-,pt mf.. A ff ,fx . IYNIIT- Il -X ,N 1 V' g C9 i 145 X ,T . XLSN 1-1 E- X - Eff' 134- lu h as K , .,:eS.x -+A-"5'..'I ,"',:tr:1'ff1-1 ' 1""frr7?Tf'f t'i".,.ge - GENERALLY SPEAKING FOOLISH DESTINATION REAL DESTINATION A Shorthand Student Cute Mighty Sure An English shark Seen but not heard Always happy All right The head of Something Petite Athlete High up Songster Light-hearted Mischievous Football Star Unruffled Enthusiastic Sliding through. Earnest Daily grind A tennis shark Intelligent-looking Patient Chatting Reliant and Ladylike Musical Deliberate A hard worker Successful staller Right there A Sheba Mathematlclan Fire Chief Rogue's Gallery Holy Roller Lady Assistant in a Morgue Movie Actor Governor of Calif. Mr. Lehmer's Ass't. Improving Webster Housewife Grocer Grand opera A dancer Evangelist Ambitious Millionaire Senator Old maid Olympic Champion Police woman Dramati Prize Beauty Doctor A clerk Gym' Teacher A street car conductor Private Secretary Aviator Lawyer Stenographer Farmer Anything Stenographer Journalist Stenographer Drugglst Linguist Druggist Architect Farmer Lawyer Teacher Dancing Teacher Math teacher cher Kindergarten teacher Kindergarten teacher I Concert Pianist Psychologist Tennis Teacher Aviator Lawyer Wealthy Man's Wife Civil Engineer BLUE GOLD B. M. A. PH. D. L. L. D. Thirty-nine A E K 1 A 'ln .5 5 J 9 'x ,- ws 4' rem ' . . P? ki 59 , lf' 2. Lu, A, ? iz Ki. .-Q , 1:54 Q.-mei . .,L1'a':-, J- ' 5? W 3 ' l Iggy, I Iwi I in .. Qxc xg'-,NX-XS ffffff A FLXJI L , I -F N I S Y ak H ,. V . W- . . Rl 5, ,,.,'. N' S t P:f:51.....4fiF3i.f, ' f " I Lexx, NAME HANDLE MARK OF INDENTITY RASMUSSEN, AGNES A5816 "Her Ford" R CKNOR, ELVIN Reck 'Beautiful Erin" REUTTER, ELLIOTT Reutter 'A Basketball" RIUTCEL, LLOYD Scoots 'Ford" ROBERTS, VESTA Talkem 'Ts.lking, talklng, talking' ROMOFF, LOUIS Louie 'Dreamy tunes" ROSEBROOK, EILEEN Eileen 'Bum" RUSHTON. DEE Shelk Dee 'Jersey vest" SANTHOFF, ELLEN Babe 'Vamvlsh ways" SCHAFER, HERMAN Shlvingl 'Soprano voice" SCHAUPPNER, RALPH Ralph 'A yellow roadster" SCHMID, AUDRA ' Lefty 'Thrllllng laughter" SHAVER, IRENE Irene 'Vampins eyes" SHOEMAKER, RUTH PNK 'Her tltter" SIEFKEN, ROSE Rosle 'Small graceful figure" SIMS, EVELYN Evin 'Clay-ence" SIPPLE, ELSIE Sinn 'Always studying" SMITH, ELBERT Smlthy -'Permanent" SQUIER, ROBERT B0b 'Tennis racquet" STANKEY, HETTIE Hetty 'Studying ln shorthand" STANLEY, FAY FBYBKI 'John Helden STEFFENS, FLORA GISKIBI 'Ma.rle" STEHLY, JOSEPH -T06 'Curly hair" STEWART, EDITH TABER, VIVA TANAKA, KENNETH TANAKA, MARY TAYLOR, WALTER TRAVERS, JEAN TREMBLAY, CHARLES TULL, KATHERINE VOGLE, LUCILLE WALTON, MARVIN WARD, ELGIN WEDELL, ERVIN ' WELCH, BARBARA Y WHARTON, CLARENCE WILLIAMS, RUBY WIRE, ANNETTE . WIRTHS, RUTH WOOD, WILSON ZAHL, WILLERT Forty ' Rufus Redwood Sheik Zahl 'Vlva" 'Edith" 'I-I. B. Senior ring" ' 'The Cutest Grin" talking" giggle" "A pair of willing fists" 'Stature" 'Blondest" 'That indomitable spirit" 'Her red hair" ' 'V0lce" 'S, A. Senior ring" 'Evelyn" 'Titian hair" ' 'Walk" 'Her laugh" 'Golden locks" ' 'Freckle on lobe of ear" BLUE l92'3 GOLD' ,. -f ' ' A ,fri ,gil O as .. -X". qgyr fgd E I - Z A Pty' nl L I ' H ,gf .Z ' A 'MAX 5 b 191 A 'At - P TX-'igg-r "4'44A""" ""' ' "Iii" T' ".4'.-'Jia . A'-'+'-'AT-'ff'-' " ' ' ' 'vv' ' ' V I GENERALLY SPEAKING FOOLISH DESTINATION REAL DESTINATION A biology Shark Old Ladies' Home Housewife I Jolly Fuller brush man U. S. Extension Service Prompt A judge Lawyer Nothing to say Another Will Rogers Dfllggist Ju t a few words Teacher in deaf-mute school Music teacher Argumentative Yell leader, An M. D. Demure Oral Engish teacher Hair dresser Tardy A "Love1orn" columnist Navy Pleasant Home for blind cats Artist On deck Expert clog dancer Pharmacist Courteous Salesman Mechanic Charming Modiste Teacher Up to something Famous tobogganist Typist Versatile Daring pirate Anything Persuasive Skeeter weight champ. Typist Debonair Circus girl ' Nurse Retlned Chemistry prof. Teacher Entertaining Typist LHWYSI' Proud Shoe repair shop Engineer Jovlal English accent Champion swimmer Secretary Parliamentary Home for feeble-minded HiSt0I'y teacher One in Bookkeeping Cross-country sprinter Private secretary Dignifled Circus Dentist Flirting A Chorus Art Wcrk Laughing at nothing Sfellcgralbhel' Gridiron hero Fcresfcl' Personality Plus Pharmacist A wonderful sport Salesman Neat Teacher A one student Physics professor Studious Patton Stenographer Jazz ability Alps Pianist 'frackster 7th Coach On the go Happy married Chemist Subdued Tom-boy decorator Chief Mixer Stage Makeup Laborer Curly hair Fast Walker A Institution for debt payment Thoughtful Football hero Talking in Am. Dem. Honor Society A craft teacher Beauty parlor Kindergarten teacher Engineer Lawyer BLUE IQQB GOLD Forty-one rf- . ,ZX V' ts. "Fl , Pi E I'Q'fz7v',?f,f , ii sl Q N INSFQQIIN' K ., .lizmg ' A - 2 N- 1 v ry . X 1 - '71 f X A l If f I ' vel i ' l' v it S vvylvlvvvv v Q v v v v v v -Lydczzfah AT-A:AvAvA-::1a.i55-.L-xv v v-an A SENIOR WILLS I, Martha Adams, feeling that I have gotten everything possible out of this school and must move on to a higher place of learning, do hereby will my permanent seat in the Honor Society to Ellis Porter and my ability to collect senior dues to a junior. I, Edith Alexander, feeling I can never stand another jolt in Agnes' Ford, do leave my ability to hypnotize the gold fish to Marcella Edwards and six inches of my lovely dark tresses to lVIr. Hedstrom. Feeling a pain here and there, I, Jeanie Allan, must sign off, and, as I can't take the old typewriter with me, I am throwing it away. Grab it! Realizing that I shall soon pass to a greater height, I, Georgia Altnow, bequeath my slender form to Wilma Smith, but my love for a certain boy I shall keep. I, Frances Anderson, as I feel my strength leaving me, will to Avis Freeman my geometry notebook, to Fred Bath my Ford roadster, but my road map I shall keep. I, Doris Aupperle, before eloping with St. Peter, wish to leave to Katherine Dandy my love for American Dem. and to Margaret Schneider my quiet manners. Hearing the warning bell, I, Ethel Bechtold, take pen in hand to hastily endow my underclassmen with certain benefactions: to Safford Minder my botanical ability and to Reona Bever my artistic temperament. I, Evvaleta Berry, hearing the urgent "come hither " of Gabriel's trumpet, leave my meal ticket to Annabel Bowman and my dainty ways to Mrs. Hesslink. I, Sophrona Bock, take my pen in hand to leave the following things: my height to Albert Kluthe, my tennis ability to any freshman, but my love for a certain track man I shall take with me to the Great Beyond. I, Edward Bonkosky, hereby bequeath my bass voice to Warren Behrens, my dramatic ability to any fres man, but my love for a certain junior I will cherish for- ever. I Q e I, Ruth Bowman, feel Fri- t my high school days are going fast, will my good . . g . 'Gag . . . spirit and sportsmanship to In f 111 and my pepsodent smile to Miss Potter, but my love for Georgia I intend t keep for ver. I, Florence Brougher, s I pa V!!-ey-4' ' al and sacred halls of A. U- H. S., bequeath my good nature t IH. 1 my speech arts to James Stewart. I, jack Browne, fe ' ,WZ l..,Gi .3 '7f"g1"- e, nd my neck and my feet rising from the ggound, bequ gi" i B -g i.: N 1 ility to pick flowers to James tewart, -ANS igzqf, 1' eg! IV -ffi' a . . I, Juanita Brown 5 92, .2 5,-I1--f" s grand old earth must cease to be, do hereby x nah- 14553 1 gl all stature and to Bill Waite my wonderful ability in mu' ' lx I, Ortise Bruce, fearing I 1. bear up under the heavy taxation of study upon my brain, 'will the 'i . qi' of the varsity football team to Harry Sievers, to joe Bailey my blonde h' 'fl' e eyes, and my timid ways to Clay Bru- ington. I, Elsie Burrmann, ere relinquishing my last hold on this terrestrial realm, will my docile mien to Dorothy Anderson and my seamstressic ability to llluriel Endicott. I, Francis Bushard, do bequeath to all the underclassmen these terse words of , BLUE GOLD Forty-two v-vvvvvvvvvvvvvv, , vvvvv vvv f444444.g444444L4.4.lA.C'A 1144444 ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' , 1 . , ' Q- F ., f - I Ni - ' U L X. 'i rlffff ,- :L .g O X Pi Pr jig I - ui fit", -Q 'HN' -sie gftf' L ...Jfzf 1. 'r r - S 5 N- QAQQQAQQLLQMQ4 SENIOR WILLS advice: "Young men, stay away from the women and you will live to a ripe old age." Knowing that I am about to leave A. U. H. S., I, Alma Cailor, leave my con- vincing argumentative ability to Beree Illurphy, my red slicker to Elsie Junker, and my various athletic abilities to Grace Junkin. I, Clarence Cailor, being of unusual mind and about to depart from these sorrows, do hereby bequeath my green "flivver" to Richard Wallace, my ways with the women to Hugo Anderson, but my love for Eileen I will keep forever. I, Rodney Chamberlain, seize my last pencil and pad to will my possessions ere I sink. To Joe Wagner I give my love for journalism, but my everlasting passion for obtaining news for my Bulletin column I shall keep for further use. I, Fred Chamberlin, will my U. S. History ability to Warren Jewell and my falsetto voice to Katherine Dohm. I, Ray Chamberlin, while my sanity remains, do will my famous Rinehart accent to all next year's Democracy classes and my place in the print shop to anyone who knows no better than to accept it- I, Kenneth Clapp, leave to "Fritz" Borchert my ability to play football, but my collection of well-earned A's I wish to keep as companions in my journeys through Mexico. I, Donald Cole, leave my ability in commercial law to Clifford Hannah and my sheikish appearance to Ben Foland. I, Margaret Collins, leave to Elizabeth Chitty my very loud, large and wholly engaging smile, to Miss Hampton my five-inch heels, but Lloyd I shall keep so long as he does not become a boxer. I, Sarah Crone, knowing that my will my lovable character to Richard Wallace and my great of the of the world to Grace Skinner. I, Leroy Curtis, having a 1 will my stoutness and healthy appetite to Viola Vogt. I, Ruth Davis, feeling myself hereby pass my lengthy stature to Ruth Yale, but my f my ability to have a good time wherever I go I wish I, Laura Dean, feeling shores of good A. U. H. S., do will to Elizabeth Walker and to any coming operetta star my ability to sing the I, Arthur Dickenson, favorite possessions in the legal manner prescribed in the 0 Milton Wallace I leave my puny stature and my H I, Elizabeth make my last will and testament, leaving my my red hair to Grace Skinner, and my great ability as an actor to Alberta Vail. I, Jack Dutton, do bequeath my level-headedness to "Cassius" Bruington, my football suit to Fred Bath, but my ball and chain, "Percy Clair Head", I will drag through Eternity. g BLUE IQQB GOLD , Forty-ihree was w , ...--.K ff N., ,' , x , 1 I fp A e, A I D .t 2 U L ' , e s F, ,X HP' u. w I I-We N - S as -r - .Q .- - ""' ,Ll , X . ' N ff-V ...mi -4. I A i4,Y,fL'..3'.'rg',r:.'..x.'..'..'.L'. .".'.'.'.'.'.'-'A-51'fH .gfjg-gf SENIOR WILLS . I, Clara Eckert, do will my good recitations in English IV to a future IV stu- dent and my good grades in Am. Dem., Chemistry, and Math. III to Grace Junkin. I, Frances Eden, on hearing the call of graduation, do bequeath my naturally marcelled hair to Wanda Batis and my surplus flesh to Beebe Fay. I, Donald Eisenhauer, while traveling down 'the dark and narrow way, bequeath my capacity in bookkeeping to Vera Schauppner and my "Star" to some freshman, who may need light, but my job in the drug store I will keep for myself. I, Fleta- Eisenhauer, feeling darkness around me, do hereby give my beloved blue shoes to Helen Houck and my quiet reserved manner to Alice Twinem. I, Agnes Elbinger, bequeath my ability to acquire 1's in school to Joe Bushard- and my wonderful wavy dark hair to John Shea. I, Elizabeth Elbinger, leave my good grades received in my studies to any strug- gling little freshman. My twin I will keep with me forever for convenience. I, John Eley, do bequeath, in this my last hour of earthly attendance, my ability as an orator to a needful underclassman, my fame as a football star to Mason Henry and my auburn hair to Dinky Kopfer. I, Roberta Eley, catching a refrain from the golden trumpet of St. Peter, now leave my winning smile to Ellis Porter and my dramatic ability to any junior who wishes a part in the senior play next year. I, Hazel Filer, waving my last farewell, leave my talkative qualities and ability in dramatics to Geneva Johnston, but my little piano pupils I will keep. I, Charlotte Forsythe, knowing that I am soon to succumb to stage fright as I march up to receive my diploma, do will my athletic ability to Margaret Doetsch and to F my willing ways and I Adeline Frey, drawing to a close, will my sweet disposition to Edith hair to Irma Goodrich. I, Iris Gaiser, in my to Bill Nivers my quiet dis- position and my love for chemistry I shall keep. I, William ' following: my blonde curly hair to ' Albert Klutheg but my ability to argue in I wish to keep. I, Arthur Groos, in the sea of life, do be- queath my golden locks to my ability to Donald Reed, but my fascinating way with the I, Louise Gruenemay, Myrtle Winters to Constance Randall and my ability to strc Holdsworth- Upon realizing that Johanna Grussing, will my beautiful brown eyes to Mr his highest desire, and my slender figure to Virginia Carmack, my love for the opposite sex I shall keep for- ever. Before hopping off to the heavenly kingdom in my airplane, I, Mabel Gust, bequeath my belongings: to Florence Sandersfeld my fascinating ways among boys, my BLUE l928 ooLn F arty-four l af sir ,Sm t v MMQM ,. ,If-14.5 I ,Ca , 2 ,cg O I O -XIXX , A 5 .Jeff H: i. -Nl X V- " Isl fx ,K 5 S- gall if fn Je' " T AP' ......- In f.1."Lg-.ik A f " A S, A '.'.'z'.'...'5.'A'L'..'.:L.'.'..'.'A .'.-.-'.'.'.'.r,.s.i'.:',' 3 i -H - SENIOR WI-LLS precious giggle to Peggy Shea, and Lizzie to Vivian Boyd. I, Dorothy Hall, pausing on my way through the Golden Gates, will my sad smile to Vincent Huarteg but I will need Frances and Davie on the Judgement Day. Knowing that my time here is limited, I, Marilouise Hall, make my last will and testamentg to Violet Curran my tall, slim figure and to Sina Lee my ability to keep stillg but my dancing ability I shall possess forever. I, Martha Hammond, realizing that I must depart from dear A. U. H. S-, will to Esther Romoff my senior dignity and my auditorium seat to the highest bidder. I, Dorothy Harman, sensing the nearness of death upon me, leave to Clay Bru- ington my Seat in the Honor Society, to Geneva Johnston, my aging and deficient meal ticket, and my other possessions I will divide among the cute little freshmen. The time has come, dear friends, when, I, Dorothy Harris, draft my last legal document upon this earth. I leave my willowy figure to Donald Gaiser and my good, grades in Am. Dem. to some dumb junior. I, Maxine Harris, do hereby bequeath my earthly treasures as follows: my chem- istry ability to Virginia Knott and my Winsome smile to Marie Wilhoitg but Bob I shall take with me- I, Charlotte Heald, feeling that the grim spectre is soon to beckon to me, bequeath my excessive height to Albert Kluthe and my scholastic standing to Richard Wallace. I, John Heide, knowing that my career is speedily ending, will my ability to sing in the operetta to Bill Darnley, but Fay I shall keep. I, Lawrence Heide, leave my naturally marcelled hair to Arval Morris, but I wish to keep my ability to manage a basketball team to thrill .Ferne Smith. ' angels, bestow my world- I, Houston Helling, sensing the ly possessions thus: my fetching grin to my as a cartoonist to Beebe Fay, and my tennis championship I, La Verne Holmberg, feeling minutiveness of stature to Wilma ish treble to Eric Borchert. I, Faye Hunton, waking up to known, will to Joe Bushard my try to Gertrude ily bequeath my di- d. . depart to regions un- knowledge of chemis- I, Herald Hylton, areldrawing to a close, will my ability? in sports, especially favorite of football teams to Albert Kluthe and my eatherly. I, Lillie Hylton, to go through another stage of meta- morphosis,'do hereby leave and to "Sleepy Nishi- zu" my ability to remain discussion. Jayne, Hing my love for the to- Hearing the creak of boggan at Los Angeles Playground to Catherine Dohm and my sprinting ability to Virginia Wilkins. I, Robert Jensen, realizing that I am entering into a different ozone, will my ro- bustness to Joe Bushard and my swimming cups and football letters to any aspirant. BLUE 1923 GOLD Forty-five f'1T1'hTTl'X'I"l TTYTT T F1 a ,ii .. , a , . 4 .- i YN' ff , ffl I ,mari L A '- ' 5 542' 4' 0511 Xa ' y-.1 . .,,,,,.,- . X -f L-,. in f" ' ,af S T -XX fx ' "v 'r 4 1 I ' - K ' S A ......na' .ul Z.. - ,L-'xxx ...- ,F '.'.'1,.'.'.'L':.-g'.:x'..:,.nr.'L 1. X ,.4f'r.:.:.'..'.'..".':r..',."....' '..' '."".....j fg :mal ,mine , SENIOR WILLS precious giggle to Peggy Shea, and Lizzie to Vivian Boyd. I, Dorothy Hall, pausing on my way through the Golden Gates, will my sad smile to Vincent Huarteg but I will need Frances and Davie on the Judgement Day. Knowing that my time here is limited, I, Marilouise Hall, make my last will and testamentg to Violet Curran my tall, slim figure and to Sina Lee my ability to keep stillg but my dancing ability I shall possess forever. I, Martha Hammond, realizing that I must depart from dear A. U. H. S-, will to Esther Romoff my senior dignity and my auditorium seat to the highest bidder. I, Dorothy Harman, sensing the nearness of death upon me, leave to Clay Bru- ington my seat in the Honor Societyg to Geneva Johnston, my aging and deficient meal ticket, and my other possessions I will divide among the cute little freshmen. The time has come, dear friends, When, I, Dorothy Harris, draft my last legal document upon this earth. I leave my willowy Hgure to Donald Gaiser and my good, grades in Am. Dem. to some dumb junior. I, Maxine Harris, do hereby bequeath my earthly treasures as follows: my chem- istry ability to Virginia Knott and my Winsome smile to Marie Wilhoit, but Bob I shall take with me- I, Charlotte Heald, feeling that the grim spectre is soon to beckon to me, bequeath my excessive height to Albert Kluthe and my scholastic standing to Richard Wallace. I, John Heide, knowing that my career is speedily ending, will my ability to sing in the operetta to Bill Darnley, but Fay I shall keep. I, Lawrence Heide, leave my naturally marcelled hair to Arval Morris, but I basketball team to thril ' ' . wish to keep my ability to manage a l I' erne Smith I, Houston Helling, sensing the angels, bestow my world- ly possessions thus: my fetching grin my as a cartoonist to Beebe Fay, and my tennis championship I, La Verne Holmberg, feeling ily bequeath my di- minutiveness of stature to Wilma dish treble to Eric Borchert. I, Faye Hunton, waking up to depart to regions un- known, will to Joe Bushard my knowledge of chemis- try to Gertrude I, Herald Hylton, are drawing to a close, will my abilityf in sports, especially favorite of football teams to Albert Kluthe and my eatherly. I, Lillie Hylton, to go through another stage of meta- morphosis,'do hereby leave and to "Sleepy Nishi- zu" my ability to remain discussion. Hearing the creak of Jayne, fling my love for the to- boggan at Los Angeles Playground to Catherine Dohm and my sprinting ability to Virginia Wilkins. I, Robert Jensen, realizing that I am entering into a different ozone, will my ro- bustness to Joe Bushard and my swimming cups and football letters to any aspirant. BLUE l923 ooum , Forty-fwe ,4- I Nr Y Q- 2 1 it if , . 0 X, ,ff rl ?f " I M 2 ,Ge Exif? N f" Heff"" ? ' 1 'QXLST X jrff T1 .-wk., .RSX F. .vltlvl - vrv-.rv v vvvv v vv L If v v vvvvvvwrqr v v v v-v-vw'-vv-Q v SENIOR WILLS I, Melda Keup, will my belongings thus: my basketball prowess to Madeline Moore and my place in the English IV class to some appreciative junior. I, Ralph Klemm, do leave my winning way with the girls to Clifford Hannah and my cunning ear-to-ear smile to Albert Yorker. I, Mildred Knipe, realizing that I must soon part with my earthly possessions do give my long hair, the envy of all girls, to Elizabeth Walker and my place on the make-up crew to Bernice Kroeger. I, Dorothy Kopfer, believing that I am about to descend into a cloud of mist, leave my shorthand notebooks to the freshmen and my blonde wig to Thomas Yano. I, Thomas Kuchel, realizing that life and I must part, do will my extensive vo- cabulary to Ellis Porter, my ability to conduct student body meetings without a mis- take to next year's president, and my red and white tie to the Fullerton student body. I, Louise Labourdette, knowing that I must leave this earthly realm, leave to Annabel Bowman my winning ways, my ability to get l's to Rawlin Golter, and my demerits to Arval Morris- Feeling myself descending into space, I, Floyd Lakeman, leave my interesting and original U. S. history notebook to the junior class, my blue eyes to Miss Sproull, and my procrastinating traits to be thrown into the freshman fish pond. . I, Wilma Lange, on leaving my beloved school, will my long hair to Audrey Joseph, but my silvery voice and memories of my trip to Europe I shall keep. Knowing that my days are numbered, I, Adam Lehr, will my skill in getting a date with a girl to Skinny Craig and to everyone my good-looking senior pictures 5 but my football ability I shall keep. I, Gus Lenain, having hereby will my athletic ability to Henry Sievers and but my love for Eleanor I choose to keep forever, if I, Wallace Link will my American Democracy grades to Roland Sander. I, Richard Lusk, my running abili- ty to "Tiny" Gaiser, I, Leota day near, do hereby leave my slender figure to I shall try to keep forever. Knowing that my under the weight of another Democracy test, I, Iona way to Anna Cauwel and my athletic career to anyone vi o rules. I, Elizabeth Martin, the of the golden ladder, will to Paul Bruce my ability to my job of helping to write senior horoscopes to any I, Ednes Mason, hearing my bashfulness to Edna May Preston and my conquering ways to I, Lawrence Myers, do hereby give, leave, and bequeath my standing in the Honor Society to "Humpy" Golter and my quiet, reserved nature to joe Bushard. I, Laura Neidig, about to succumb to the final exams, leave my curly locks to BLUE l928 Goum F arty-six s , Wg ,X 5 AV' ON's Jr! .L :mg +3- ,. I 'gr 2 ,Q P Q Lin' ' fx ' ' ff., g 1 'rl - -'. I :fir 1 1117: f-?'l-f-'-'-"- 1' ' "'T.II1llT---I fl' ' SENIGR WILLS r Anna Heil and my tall and stately stature to Ruth Yale, but my senior sweater I shall keep. I, John Nylen, having a slight cold and feeling dizzy, bequeath to Winifred Beebe my rosebud lips and curly hair and to Eric Borchert my foolish acts and frivolous ways. Ere the hazy dawn appears, I, Eloise Owens, bestow my well-worn duty of ex- plaining jokes to English people to Carol Welch and my rose-coloured slicker to Mary Burger. I, Eleanor Palmer, give my winning chuckle to Lucille Probst and Gus and his Ford to the services of the cntire student body. I, Reliance Peck, will to Myrtle Winters my sylph-like form, but my modest ways I take with me to insure my entrance into the Great Beyond. I, Ethel Phillips, will my power to ditch school to any one who is lucky enough to get away with it and my ability to get by without studying tc: Leatha Barr. I, Glenn Porter, feeling old age creeping upon me, do will all my earthly pos- sessions to Claude Taylor, but my heavenly admiration for Lois B. I will keep. I, Ellen Poyet, feeling that my days in this world are limited, bequeath my tennis ability to Beree Murphy and my sport hose to Eleanor Gaston. I, Britts Price, fearing that my unusual amount of knowledge in chemistry is a sign that I am about to depart from this cruel world, will to Leva Clasby my handsome eyebrows and to Leland Alsip my Uspeedsterf' I, Theodore Puls, realizing that my death is gradually creeping upon me, will my ability to speak Spanish to Helen my sheiky ways to Wilbur Heil. I, Arlene Quarton, do give to George Dawes and "mi cara bonita" to the freshman girls I, Theo Quarton, hearing urgent upon Cecil Witt my friendship for the girls and leave my Schutz. I, iAgnes Rasmussen, bequeath my blonde hair to Charles Walter, but my Peter at the gate. I, Elvin Recknor, feeling that career is near, will my su- pernatural brain power to Safford to Arval Morris, and my boxing ability to Fred Bath. I, Elliott Reutter, take one H. S. and leave my books and can of midnight oil to Bill Darnley I, Lloyd Riutcel, on . H. S., will to Norma Palmer my loving smile and on, but Margaret I will keep forever. I, Vesta Roberts, to live, will my ability to talk about nothing to any who has to on talking for grades and my cute ways to Genevieve Rumfelt. I, Louis Romoff, knowing my last hour has come, will my healthy plumpness to Rex Woodward, but my violin and its dreamy tunes I take with me to serenade St. Peter. BLUE l928 ooLo Forty-seven If-'SX ,I , 'X .c X i 3' K K 'Q ,. lj l ,,,.--""1 1 - V fi li ' .gk ' yi ' - ' 2147. 93 N ' --. . , 9 , 'H ' r-Xxx ,S P- I - , ff s, I s T fX' "14"3-TBM! A A f ......nl'...' Ll ..f', yt"-3. 5 v v vAv4vAvAvLvAvLTsv v v,-v4-1-glazing nl-6-,fx x A-A33-2,46 -v vv v v vv v Q' 'eva' - v nn in-v YE V . SENIOR WILLS , hl, E:leen.Roseb1ioIok, feelgglthat Bam not long for this world, bequeath my mg tmga e voice to " umpy o ter an my seat in nglish 4 to Bill Darnley. I, christened Dee Rushton, knowing my last moments on this earth are nearing. leavi: to Eric Bofchert my melodious voice, my sheikish appearance to Beebe Fay, and my ateness to c ass to Clay Bruington. I, Ellen Santhoff, fearing my days on this earth will soon be over, bequeath my dark tresses to Elsie Junker and my studious traits en masse, to the scrubs. I, Herman Schaffer, will my precious possessions thus: my love for study to Cheier Higgins, my perfect profile to James Stewart, and my love for sports to Floyd Hus man. CIA Ralph Schauppnerixdo hergby leave tlo Bennie Beyl my mechanic ability, with my evro et roadster to N ot an my healt y smile to Edith Falkenstein. I, Audra Schmid, hearing the call of death, will to Nora Bush my place in the Honor Society and to Burnice Shearer my tall and stately figure. Afinoging that nay days are nlumbeiied, I, Igcne Shaver, hereby will my quiet ways to ice winem an my vampis manner to dna Franzen. I, Ruth Shoemaker, feeling that my grades are too low, do bequeath my curly hair to Lloyd Scott and my unearthly giggle to Bill Darnley. I Rose Siefken, realizing my high school days are rapidly drawing to a close, be- queath my petite figure to Margaret Shaw. ' I, Evelyn Sims, finding it time to depart, bequeath to Kay Hillard my lady-like character and my ability to blush to Tiny Wilhoit, but my affection for Clarence I will keep. I, Elsie Sipple, do hereby bequeath my wavy blonde hair to Esther Zeppenfeld but my ability to do chemi sy uations I shall retain forever. I, Elbert Smith, feelin pai.. have done my bit for the world, bequeath my blonde curly hair to Clarence Nis lu '- - my ability as a lawyer to Norman Brown. I, Robert Squier, seei 1 t at d th is staring me in the face, will my ability to cover space between my sh s an ' --' ' - u - Wire and my snaky hips to Mar- - -I-4. cella Marshall. mfs '33 I, Hettie Stankey, 'Q 'd r ift ' . ing, leave my wavy black locks - n 1 I. 1 . ' ll' . " .9 G ilgl 1 ' " l S Q X Q n 4 d I 4 nl g ll ' to Gertrude Gruene i 'I Q ,fm Dy" Golter. I, Fay Stanley, r I I, E, . - ,. .- 1 v.1 W.. J' ll-if g, will my scholastic -- J1'.,4le Air'a..4'l,-,ff S ability to any freshma -I '. jf'-f-4 Z-figs -,' ' ' rson, but my somewhat sentimental feeling fo al Qfil, vii- X e - er Amen. I, Flora Steffens, will my nat! 5" If air to ilbur Heil and my supernatural giggle to Mr. Hedstrom, my fri I- i"- uella Kopitzke I wish to keep. I, Joseph Stehly, upon my d p I ' - ,QU this earth, will my brown soulful eyes to Waneta Westerhold and my le 1 l e to Frederic Borchert. I, Edith Stewart, feeling the c d breath ol' death blowing on my fair cheek, will my ability to behave in the classroom to young brother, James. I, Viva Taber, make my lastlwill, leaving my catchy smile to Mickey Mclfechan and my rather long hair to Mr. Hedstrom, hoping he will make good use of it. BLUE l928 Goul Forty-eight ,gum f .la w we ' 'ZX-ff' T s I ff X LCJL' P19 IST 7 TV 0 I Y 2 I 3. f ' I S I II'-X . ., , --.I , f an-vs A -. -ff, .mf-"t, v- . XX S -A V . -g-,Q .. 1. . ' -X . u 4 A . -. x , ---.. ff '- ...JQEI -u .-him . -.X QQ4 SENIOR WILLS I, Kenneth Tanaka, fearing an untimely end, will my jet-black hair to Frank Bath and my talkativeness to Jack Gregg, but a certain Huntington Beach girl I will keep. I, Mary Tanaka, upon leaving this life, do hereby bequeath to all the future would-be tennis stars the old balls which I shall not need any more. I, Walter Taylor, will to "Tiny" Gaiser my ability to play football, but my love for a junior girl I shall cherish forever. I, Jean Travers, knowing that I'm nearing the time for my departure, bequeath my retiring ways to Margaret Fassel and my natural blonde hair to Madge Spurlock. I, Charles Tremblay, in sane and comprehending state of mind, will to Esther Zeppenfeld my membership in the Honor Society and the presidency of the Spanish Club to anyone who cares to pay the three years' dues that I owe to that organization. I, Katherine Tull, having scorned opportunities and having laughed when I should have been serious, must leave the halls of A. U. H. S. and will my belongings to Esther Romoff. I, Lucille Vogle, realizing that my days are numbered, leave to Charles Vlfalter my beautiful blonde hair, but my broken leg I leave to the first junior who dares to rise before the seniors in assembly. As I gaze into the crystal of the future andesee a great and sorrowful catastrophe coming upon me, I, Marvin Walton, do hereby leave my American Democracy ability to Percy Head. . I, Elgin Ward, finding that I am about to locks to Ruby Stanley and my place in the I, Irvin Wedell, realizing my curly hair and my good time with I, Barbara Jezebel VVelch, will ness to hlary Hunt, and my English I, Clarence Wharton, feeling will to Miss Holt my red pencil box my desire to fight with Evelyn I Before the radio of life i. static, I, Ruby Wil- F alkenstein my s lizzie to some fresh- river Styx,will my auburn to Raymond Brunsworth. Welder my blonde will to end Beyl, my unconscious- high school days, to llflae Bingham, but my ,ro liams, bequeath to Ruby ruddy complexion, and my love man. I, Annette Wire, feeling Junker, but my skill in I, Ruth Wirths, will be lucky enough to take I, Wilson Wood, feeling that the time is near for me to leave this place, bequeath my gold locks to Wilton Craig and my obstinate traits to the inexperienced scrubs. I, Willert Zahl, feeling the fatal effects of my last chemistry experiment, will my lovely, drawling voice to Lorraine Thaxton and my chemistry ability to Safford Minder. ' ' for Mr. Hedstrom to Elsie retain. underclassman who will cute legs to Wilma Watts. love BLUE i928 GOLD F arty-mne Fifty Fifty-one ky F . e XC 0 ,ss 3 1 . i I N- L , ri L 4' QI ie- P' - r - 41' sv ra- RQT S LP' .--J' 12123 .Lf l N , "" ' To-X, JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ,.,,,...... .............................. ...... A R VAL Moiuus Vice-President ..... ........................ ....... J 0 E BUSHARD Secrelary ............................................ ., ............. RUBY STANLEY Treasurer ,,,,..,...................................................... Q.. DON REED Committee Members .... JACK WEATHERLY, BEERE MURPHY, EDNA FRANZEN CLASS COLORS Blue and White CLASS M OTTO "Preparedness Is Success" CLASS ADVISORS Mr, C, Geo. Hedstrom ,........................... ............. C href Mr. Rinehart Miss Huggins Miss Holt Miss Angus Miss Sharp Miss Sproull Mrs. Watson Mr. Williams Mr. Kellogg CLASS- HISTORY - , We, the class of '29, entered the halls of dear old A. U. H. S. as green as the usual run of freshmen, but thanks to some help from the time-honored seniors we managed to get along. In spite of our position, we made a name for ourselves in athletics by winning the interclass track meet, an honor which we also achieved as sophomores, in social life by a party in the gym, and in literary attainment by having a fair representation in the Honor Society. As sophomores we still retained a good reputation in school acti ities and increased our status in the world by giving the freshmen a reception. 0 tence was then recognized by the social world and we felt fitted to enter the ra 411- 'v he upperclassmen. ACTIVITIES ' In this our junior ar, we L tain our success in athletics duo to the aid of such men as Hal Dunha Le a ' ' -A. - artinez, Wilbur Heil, Arval.Morris, joe Bushard, Eric Bor ert ""-'FQQL arold McKeehan, Hugo Anderson, Donald Reed, and .du ,J 5. The good team spirit and class organization which .W f' J' , 4 ts of the two former years did not fail u fvilaif fgmg' lfgpg N ophies of victory. Our social acti - 5 frZ"'?S"ig'T'NS" '1 . ry successful "hard-time" ' durin the 1- - A" I party given g ,Tk . I . Melva Roquet had the ho esentmg our class in the forensic contest. Her essay, "The Corner Groc a bit of her own life and consequently very interesting. N .. if i BLUE l928 GOLD 'l' 'k?"ff Many juniors took an . ' - uf- 1 the work of the drama department and through their help the junior class play, "Buddies , a short snappy comedy by George W. Hobart, was executed well We received our senior class rings a few weeks before school closed and felt equal to the high-and-mighty seniors when we gave them -their farewell reception. F ifty-two ' ' -'f,Q1ff3Fw.....:f'L ,..l,-it Hsaigxf lj so BACK ROVV:-Alsip, Anderson, Ashley, Iiztrmrtt, Ilntis, lioelw, llentson, O, Hover, R Veve-r . x , , INIIDDIJC ROW':-llingliztnx, liodinv, l:Ol'0hllI'l, Ili-own, I:lll'L.1'0I', llrownvll, liuslnnrd, Fonts, i'ru.1g.:', Cullen, Dandy. FRONT ROXV:-Dzulglierty, lf. Davis, L. Davis, Ii, Davis, Doetsc-li, Dugdzxlc, Endicott, Frztnzeii, l'il'Qt'lllilll. l' t he L-r-vw-v BACK ROW:e-Goodrich, Hammond, Hannah, Head, A. Heil, Heinze, Higgins. MIDDLE ROW':HHilgenfe1d, Hill, Jungkeit, Junker, Kelly, Kelsey, Kluthe, Kroeger. FRONT ROW:-YKuhlman, Lawrence, Lenain, McOmie, Martin, Minder, Moore. Fifty-threw' HANK ROXV: ---- llzmnnh Hu xu mm s N 18 N11 MllJIJl.I'I H0XY:g1N1N1l1u N vm lXmI11c 1 lOl ltl 1,lK simvr, I'oir'i4-V, l'I'lIl Qui: l4'IiON'l' IQUNV:---It nn Tl 4 uc of' vu mf um m 1 mu mm S1'h2IllI1l!ll4'l', X'1'I'llllll Sm h nupm IZAUK ROXNW-fSlmo4 rn :ku S1 mph P48071 S m e v S 0 1 IX 1 ups MllJlll.l'l Rfjxvfffdli 11 s rc um mam x tl NN L ll If I Ulllllvl' FRONT: ROW.:-NH mlllulx We ch Nhbeln Sale, 5 mo 101 L Fifty-fozn' IPA Q0 P,p.li QNx A "' Ts vv-5 X L ,f f I SPT C , P31 s- - "7 1: L 'X. S ,fe v4 r ' JE L ' Go 4' rgv,' XXX ,af u . ., :rd-i --I .,,, f , ,.. . . .. H -. I v5lTv7v vTW77TTT i?6vv77vv777TT7T7?ii SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President ................ ............................... C LAY BRUINGTON Vice-President ....... .............. .......... L L OYD SCOTT Secretary ............. ......................................... N ELL GRAFTON Treasurer ......... .............................................. R AMONA BEVER CLASS COLORS Purple and White CLASS IVIOTTO "Climb, though the rocks be rugged." CLASS IVLOWER Violet , . CLASS ADVISORS Miss Dyer ................................................ Chief , lWrs. Caverley Mrs. Tilton Miss Rogers Mr. Drennon Mrs. Owens Mr. Richards Mrs. Hesslink Mr. Burden Mrs. Lane CLASS HISTORY Another year having gone by, we, the class of 1930, can look back upon our eventful lives as freshmen in the Anaheim Union High School. Being green as all freshmen, we were glad to receive advice from our elder brothers and sisters, the a seniors, although the sophomores had many a our lgnorance ' We showed our school spirit by nd we can even say that several of the championship teams All activities were participated in by us, and a number On November 19, the sophomores a grand reception. Being too husky for our from one year to another without mishap, sticking to rocks be rugged." Although Webster has called fools," this year has proved that we deserve a better name, worthy of distinction. The sophomores were Well teams, showing the real school spirit. Alexander, Kluthe, and N enno aided the "Bees" to victoryg Baum and varsity 3 while Hall and Shigekawa played on the Class C team. In basketball, Pomeroy ' Hall Franz Shige- nl Y , kawa, Healton, and teamg while Baum was the only rising freshman. We also can say that this year the track team had some pep, being represented by George Blewitt, Clay Bruington, Bert Wilkins, Bill Darnley, Charles Hoary, and Paul Bruce. - BLUE l928 001.0 Fifty-five HANK IUHVZ--Aikl-lx, ll, Amh-rsun, li. Amin-rson, All-xzlmlor, llzu-ks, llzlila-y, llzxlvll, llzlllou, llrlll I:,": , Z: , '. 21- '1-r. ll'wlllll lullm lu l X Allllllhlll HOXV:--lh-yl, Iila-wilt, llovk, liorc-lu-rl, Iluwmun, Il, llrown, N. llruwn, Ijrucv, llruing lun, l:I'llllSXYHI'lll, llllI'l'lHKS, Uzllxlmln, K':l1lwvl. l1'li0N'l' ILHXY: t'l:1slu-y, 1'l'UIll'. llunm-, llnvis, Davis, Davis, lqlllilll, l'1lN'!'llIll'll. lillis, lqylllilllll HANK llflxVffl'xl'I'f.1'llS, Ifox, l"I'1lllZ, lfrvy, Gown, l+'ull'or, f1Il'3llld, Gisl, Goff, Goltvr, f:l'2ll.lOIl 1:l'Zll '- ": 1 1p.,1, lvl lj Mlllllhli Hflxvig-f:l'll.ll.lS, GIWI1-m-lnuy, C. Hull, H. Hull, Hilllllllll, Hanson, II1ll'j.Il'0Yl', llvulism l". lln-in, ll, H1-in, l'l1'lllllllf.2', llvnry, IJ. Hilo, H. Hilv. l4'liON'l' IUJXV: llilliznrsl, llnl1lsxx'm'll1, Holly, Hunt, HllSllIIl1lll, .lzmll-s, .lnlmsm1, .low-s, .lusvp .lm'mlun, .Iungkm-il. Fifly-six IIACK ROW:iKimmel, Kinnor, lilulho, Knoll, Knox, Kopitzkel, Kruizenga, LaMont, Ledford, Leonard, Link, Long. MIDDLE ROVV:-Mcliride, McKee, McLaughlin, Mnnhs, Mzmkay, Mzinion, Marshall, Middlv- ton, Milos, Mills, Mitchell, Moore-, Morgan. FRONT ROYV:-Moslwergcr, Musvh, Quzxrton, 1'omnroy, Preston, Proffor, Rasmussen, Snndvrs- feld, Saviers, H. Schmelzer, V. Sc-lnnvlzcr, Sclineidur, Schniflgge-r. RACK ROW:-Scott, Shaw, Shea, Shearer, Shigekawa, Show, Sievers, Simon, Sjostrom, Skinnvr, Sloop, Stehly. MIDDLE R0NV:A-Stewart, Taylor, Thompson, Trout, Vogt, John NVng'ner, Joe VV:1gner, L. VV:lp.:'- nvr, VVallu0c, VVz1lter, VVQN1, VVQLIQII. FRONT HOWV:-WVelch, WVeld0r, D. XVesl, M. W'est, Xvilkins, Vllilhoil, VVo0dwurd, Wuytens, Yorker, Zahl, Zimmcrmzin. Fi f t y-sewn . Ss rf, s X ,V 7 gf L " -.. ,ul . 1 " XR A' - - , flask- .g X or-X .X .Q . a 1- 1 .T f C , I IL X C, I 2 l 5 , C Z 1 I rv X 1 Twill L? em' L S Q ,ff M "ei: .. ' I n 'l- Y -Kaz.- Al' Ll.. md' K' gh? ' SL vvvlzgzgvvvvvvxvvvlvivv L Yvvvvvv v1rvvvvvvvQv FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President ........... ................................ J 01-IN SHOEMAKER Vice-President ...... ,,,..,,,, I RENE HYLTON Secretary ........ ............................................... P AUL ELSNER Treasurer ...... ..........,.............,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S INA LEE CLASS FLOPVER Daisy CLASS COLORS Red and White CLASS MOTTO "Let life be what we make it-" CLASS ADVISORS x Mr. Demaree ........................................ Chief Mrs. Roach . Miss Alden Mrs. Foreman Miss Potter Miss Spicer Mr. Burden Miss Barnes Miss Bate Mr. Sutherland CLASS HISTORY . On the day of Septe - 15 1927 the largest class of freshmen in the history of A. U. H. S- entered thi 1 of learning as meek as a bunch of lambs. At first student body assembly that i ' ' ld not a sound was heard from us. Finally we got bolder and we were heard ', for our own class. We haxe the honor of saying that not one of our numbe ha he xper' ,ce of disturbing the placid waters of the freshman wading pool ' The girls as well as th bo if ll part of the glee clubs, band, and orchestra. We never w -p 3 , ., I . ai: sports, but we certainly had a lively bunch out for t .ISM A ll f B- ,. ty, 1. ,- The' freshman girls L an' A 'fi "ie 3 ' ig xsters" the first day of school. Later on the entire freshm '- ' shown the hospitality of the sophomores at a reception given by them. " We hope our class will gro r 'I' 'il'.l' iminish, and even if we do say so our- selves we think we have one of t e A ll' ls s that ever entered the school. Freshman boys supported the ight weight teams well this year- The 110 and 130 teams had several freshmen both in football and basketball. In spite of the small number of girls in the class entering they showed up well. Our half-sized yell leader, Fred Bath, deserves much credit for his hard work during assemblies. ls. a x i' 5 "L, . lLTi.i L Y . 'v ,. . , ' -.A 1 - ' i' J -J g .dm . .mf'f1- ' ry I, 1 . I 1 X iI'..1H 5 gi ,ef fe'! ,uxpx . '4 S 1 5:9 ' s . . ,JV I V pv vi rx 1 , ll I ' iN J ll' 4- l l 5 BLUE IQQB GOLD Fifty-eiyht e A 4 ' , ,Q N, , 1 . 1 'wrt -.t 5 4 l 4 he '- wg.. as 5 QI. , ' t jf Q fi RACK IlONN'Z4A!11SIl0kt1I', Amslutz, Andvrson, Appleby lluke-1', l!:u'r, Frank liuth Fred lizlth, liumn, Huy, Iieelme, 159hI'9llS, Henson. MIDDLE ROVV:flSottondozf, H1-tzsold, llos-go, llrzmdt, I:l'i'Illlk'l', l5I'OXYlllllf.2', liruns, Iiushmun, Czxnxpbell, l1QlI'I1lZlL'k, Carpenter, Cllitty. FRONT ROXNYI-lfll21lldlQl', Clzlslmy, QTIZIUSUII, Cloud, Colton, Conliff, C'r11i1.:', Currml. BACK liclwvl-I5i1l'I', Uusm-lu, ljurnlcy, Donni, Dim-lric-h, Doetsch, Dougzm, Drews, Dickman, Eaton. MIDDLE ROVV:-Edwards, Fulkensteill, Fassel, Felton, Fischlu, Fitzpat1'ic'k, Forsyth, Fulfer, Gastelum, Gaston. FRONT ROVV:-Goodrich, Gowe, L. Green, XV. Green, Gregg, Grimm, Griflith. Fifty-nine BACK ROXV:-Illlsnvr, Guisf-r, Hall, Hupgrood, I-lzxrtrlvld, lf. Hs-in, .I. Hvin, Hoinzo, Hornv Hornvr. MlDlJl.l'Z ROXY:-H01'l011, Hoskins, Hurry, l-lulli, Hylton, Jowvll, .lohnsulr II. .lunvs, U. .lnm-s IFRONT IIOW:--Jllngkn-il, Hsu-lla: li1lllll'lll'1llh, lllsllu-r K2lllIlllI'illll, Kzmv, Kay, Kviffor, K1-Ily K1-ssvlm-r, Km-up. IEA UK ROVV:-Kill:-n, Kimmn-1, Kirk, Klaus, Koehler, Kopfor, l,alvourdettv, Lamb, Lev, Lvwis Mc'lh'ide-. MII 1' llblll R0XV:4Mr'i'ullm'l1, Mr-Kean, Malmo, Mamion, Mason, Nlege-r, Nlolrosv, Me-yvr, Mills FRONT ROVV:-Ming's', Moors-, Morris, Mott, Myers, Nvlson, Nishizu, Oil. Sixty d-,..- I-NX N1 M, -.xii K '. ' , 1 I ' I ,A 1 l -- 1 l- lj ,X r ' V lffff I N' I S , X 5 ' 4 .,,, N .- U l '- 1-iff" ,Qi ' I' gg A . ,...' 'I' :,. 'L' , V EL T ' L?',.'.c'.'A"1:g".'..'.".'.:,..'."..i..'.r,:,:Q..-LF. X I '.,.C'..'.'.L4..'.i. '.'.',:.'.',:.'.:...3:.I'.:'::r..'."Qg C , , , , W, W Y L.. ,4 , -.nawwn l A ! I 5 l l BACK ROW:-Peck, Peitzke, Peltzer, Peterson, Pibel, Polhemus, Pohlman, Porter, Portillo, Probst, Proffer. MIDDLE ROVV:-Randall, D. Rasmussen, M. 1'lZiSIIlllSSl-Fll, Reed, Riley, Robinson, Rockwell, Romoff, Ruether, Russel, J. Rutledge. FRONT ROW:-K. Rutledge, M. J. Rutledge, Sander, Szuxthoff, Sclmner, SChill'lIIllYlf.1', Schindler, Schroeder. BACK ROW:-VV. Scott, V. Scott, Seiersen, Shea, Shoemaker, Sihilling, Simmons, Spielrnan, Stirrat, Stowe, Stranske, Strathman. MIDDLE ROW:-Stroup. Strudlhoff, Summer, Taber, Tonjes, Te-dford, Twiggs, Von Allmon, Waldt, Walker, B. XValtz, H. NVuItz. FRONT ROVV:-Watts, NVQ-Ich, YVesterhold, NVicker, YVie-be, Wllire, Wyler, Zeigler, Zep- penfeld, Lund, Woodiugton. I BLUE l923 GOLD Sixty-one ,Z -xxx ,.. 'Q mf,-Q4 -.i If ' x, 6 ,g ,rw 'I l ' a ,,..... ' xt -ynuvb 4 , ,M-" - - f ' N .-, f . ,- 4 7-,M r l K' t, ,,v' h "U I ' ' V V 'N"'+ I 1 ,, -' f , ... 4 1 -' yf MW.. 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LW H928 mum W. Sixfy-lzua 1 90 X H5 L0N,s r-' A s 31-S K fr, ,,,., M h . ,N - kt 7 Z' I f ' 'L - ' - M - X X ff" A " L -. fy- - ,Y x V , Q 4' ' f,-e-5-.xg A Y ' 'K' 5 7 Rx V, , P ' ..- .1 wi -- . r gf '- fc' -4 ' 1- 1 '. A 'veg A . ' A I ', L - E. ' Las.. ,LL .- '21-Q - ' X - A . gk if--:':f?'-4' 'f 1211 -'M' vfvlv ' ' ' ' ' "' ' ' ' f Y ALUMNI OFFICERS President ............... ............................. C . GEORGE HEDSTROM Vice-President ....... ..........,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M ARv1N R055 Sec.-Treas. ..............,........................,,......... MYRTLE WINTERS ACTIVITIES The annual Alumni play was given October 21, 1927. "Civilian Clothes" was the play chosen and the following were the Cast: Lois Dunham as Florence Lanham 5 Ardeth Ford, Mrs. Lanhamg Lucille Hatfield, Elizabeth Lanham 3 LaVelle Cheatham, Mrs. Smytheg Maebelle Tuma Spencer, Flora, the maid 5 Clifford Taber, Sam Mc- Ginnis, Marvin Ross, Billy Arkwrightg Dana Newkirk, lN'Ir. Lanham 5 Philip Bastian, General Mclneyg Walter Heineman,-hotel clerk, Jack Hensley, Jack Rutherfordg Bill Grafton, Jack Hart, Merle Carver, Mr. McGinnis, Sr. The annual Alumni banquet is held during the Christmas holidays and is looked forward to by every alumnus with great anticipation. The banquet held December 30, 1927, was the fourth annual home-coming of Anaheim Union High School grad- uates. Dr. Carl Knopf of the University of Southern California was the speaker of the evening- His topic was "Wild Ideas". The program included vocal solos by Alice Ashley, piano solos by Ethel Phillips, violin solos by Louis Romoff accompanied by Esther Romoff. Eighty-seven graduates and guests were present at this delightful and most successful home-coming. 1 I Backs, Florence ........................ ........ M arried Barr, Earl ................ Work ...... F. J. C- Beebe, Mary ........................ P. G. Bingham, Charlotte ............ .. Work Blakley, Walter ................ Univ F. J. C. Boege, Violet ....... F. J. C- Bowman, Clyde ....... ...... S - A .. Work Browne, Frances ...... ........... ......... H 0 me Carner, Cuba ................................ Home ...... F. J. C. Cawthon, Blanche ............ Work ........ Home Cheatham, LaVelle ...... ......... F . J. C. Coons, Rector .................. ........ O ccidental Curran, Anna ....... Desch, Ruth ....... Dunham, Lois ....... Dutton, William ...... Edwards, Oliver ...... BLUE Home Home Work Hammond, Anna ......... Work Heide, Elsie .................................... Work Henry, Marion ...................... Drug Store P. G. Heyne, Ember .... Orange Co. Bus. Inst. l92 B GOLD Sixty-three F A :,.- i ' ' Ag A, I S xxx E - E ...fi nf-,af-Y' o -f . mis ,. fi A O ' X. ffx . Q' Y' . of , for -.-sy M ff - - f ,,, ii L-. , .- , , 1- Q N C Wing v 'J A - Z' -4 ff X l '.. ' ,-v4 1 1 2x5-zlvvvvvvavvvvlv A vvw.ki.A-L A s I V v vvvvv lklartin, Clyde ..............................,. Work Marten, Elmer "VVhitey" .... Occidental Mattis, Frances ............................ F. J. C. NlcLauchlin, Helen ..........., U. C. L. A. McWilliams, Gladys ........................ Home Mei rill, Frances ........... ............. Home Mitchell, Lawrence ................ Occidental Morelock, M adelyn lVIorgan, Lucy Belle ........ U. C. L. A- Bible School Pember, Hervey .....,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Work Pomeroy, Wray ...................,,,,,,,,,,, P, G, Potter, Ruth ........ Orange Co. Bus. Inst. Probst, Blenda ................,...,,,,.,.,,,,, Home Proffer, Edith ,,,,.,. ,, ,,,,,,,, I-101115 Ramm, Herbert ....... Reinert, Helen ..... Riner, John ...... Sackett, Nellie ....... Home F- J. C. U. C. L. A. Mott, Elizabeth .............................. Home Sanders, Imogene .... ..,,..,, F . J, C. Narro, llflartha ........ Methodist Hospital Schacht, Henry ........ ......., W ork Nelson, Leone ........................ F. J. C. Schlosser, Idaline ......... ..,.,,,, F .J. C, Nenno, Naomi ...... ........ F . J. C- Schlosser, Marguerite ....,,..,. Work Norland, Calvert ....... ......... S . A. J. C. Schwartz, Audrey ...,... .... R edlands Norton, Dorman ....... ......... L . B. J. C. Schweinfest, Bob ........ F. J. C. Ochoa, J. Marion ....... ................ W ork Seiersen, Harold ...... ....... O ccidental Elfnefr Edgar --------- -------- F - C' Shea, Joseph ........................ Santa Clara Hlggmsr Ffalik ------ ------ W Ork Shigekawa, George ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, F, C, HOPSOU, G1HdYS -------- ---.... F - J. C. Sievek, Loretta ,,,,,.,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, H omg Hoskins, Leonora ...... ...... H ome Sipple, Alan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,..,, F . J, C, Hoxie, Dorothy .............................. Home Skinner, Thelma Guy ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, W Drk HUHYIC, .lfaneffe --------------------------.- Bank Sloop, George .............,..,.,.,,,,,, F, J, C, M1013 Everett ------------------- - -C ---- P- G. Stankey, Myrta ........... :.. ,,,,,,,, Home Johnston, Jessie ................ -"gf, borough Tompkins, Harold ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,-,, F, J, C, Jordan, J0yCC .................. Work Turner, Elsie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., U S, A, C, JuI'lkCl', Albert .... Pasa. N . B' Lg, .5 tte Marion ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.-,-.,--....,-- F. C. King, Velma .................... ..... f 315' ms-Q35 ooven, Mary Jane ,,,,,,,,,,,, F, C, Lampman, Anna ......... 'U V, If if en, Modesta ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, :Work Lamvman, Owen ---- il ---I 11 - "2 flJE5Fs2vx ............ Occidental Lampman, Warren 'fvglg VLBA 'WGQHIXJ fra. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,-- F. J, C. Latourette, Marjorie . .- if- 'J ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,- ,.------ H Ome Lehr, Peter ............................ . 'i I! 'Yr eav r, ,elan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-.- P , G, Link Viola ..,............................. l Ui eber Ethel W k ! a 4 If , s --------------------- ------- 0 I' Lund, Lillian ............................ ells, Margaret ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Home Luther, Jack .............................. .... l Wil ' ite, Mabel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Occidental Maass, Randall ................................ P. G. Whitney, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, M an-ied Liarsh, Eleanor ..... Lehr, Peter ......... Sixty-four Home S. A. J. C. Wilson, Robert .......... Yonker, Earl ........ BLUE IQQB GOLD J. C. P. G. fs, , , X eff' ' r g J Q fl LX PJP' 3' ST 1,41 W! S JT ' I V ' ' .. 'X , 'XX ,XZ H E ' - s 5 - . Q lv .2 f ' ' ' - "X X. I lf, J 4, N K ,I ,, . .L gg V H... Q: fl . - if X -- L S Q I T. 1:11, lgvexg 4 -3, rm., - 1 .1 ,,. - .... . X, 557553-v v v v v v v v v -5.7 .A-gk AvAv3A-A-Lx-Av:'AgQ-Lg-?g?',A. CALENDAR Sept. 14-Today was a busy day for senior girls, showing "little sisters" about the school. Sept. 20-Senior class meeting. John Eley was elected president. Sept. 21-Arval Morris, president of sophomore class of last year, chosen junior class president. "Appropriate dress", subject of talk by Miss Conover at Girls' League meeting. Sept. 23-Colonists' varsity squad tied Woodrow Wilson eleven. Sept. 24-New bleachers will be completed by November 1, it is reported. Sept. 29-Senior Committee on Committees and two yell leaders, Tommy Kuchel and Bob Jensen, elected. Sept. 30-Big-Little Sister party held in the gym. The senior girls, dressed in overalls, escorted the freshman girls, who were dressed in aprons, to the party. Oct. 1-Girls and boys united to form a rooting squad. Two girls, Geneva Johnston and Iona McMurtry, and two boys, Joe and Francis Bushard, were elected leaders at a Student Body meeting. Oct. 6-Coach Righter's varsity squad romped its way to victory over Long Beach Poly High A team. Oct. 8-Biggest rally in history of school was staged for Tustin game. Oct. 14-The sophomore class entertained the freshman class at the annual re- ception. An interesting part of the program was a film, "One Minute to Play." Oct. 17-Sophomore class won first interclass basketball game of year. Oct. 28-Varsity team defeated Huntington Beach in third league game of the season. Big time expected tonight. The poor drama club pledges are to be initiated. Oct. 31-Be careful, "for the goblins are sure to get you." Nov. 2-French Club held a banquet in the cafeteria. Miss Colesworthy gave a talk on her trip through France. Nov. 3-"The Pot Boiler", a one-act comedy, was given by the students of the Santa Ana Junior College. Nov. 4-Fourth football game of League played with Garden Grove on the home field and won 31-2. Fourteen prizes awarded at the Girls' League carnival, held in the school gym. Nov. 10-Big rally held at 6:30. Yells were led and speeches made in the light of bonfire, preceding Armistice Day football game with Fullerton. Nov. 14-Hot debates over sweaters and photographs lasted for about an hour at a meeting of the senior class. Nov. 15-Quarterly grades have been turned in to the ofiice. "Credits" discussed by parents and teachers at H. S. P.-T. A.. Nov. 16-Members of the Girls' League were entertained with a musical pro- gram in the auditorium. Meanwhile Boys' A Club staged two boxing bouts. "La Junta Espanola" initiated about twenty-five new members. The J. and N. Shop gave blue and gold ties to the varsity football team. Nov. 18-Tickets are on sale for the Anaheim-Orange game. BLUE l928 Goto Sixty-fi-ve L 'N' Q mm it R I S T 1 w . V ' 'f' I FT Q' cj . " .. ,g " ' l 5' ' ' - T "-L J. " , , ',,q-1 ' aq . , X -5 . XY NNXR- . - ' - v . if Q X' -'xg X' --L P' ', ......fl'l!T.i1f1. .Qu 'K V ' A Q ' T' '22'-357-?'-'3?'A3i4'A +"+?'+'??f'-'f.:':"2'I:-.',,I.f ' I..LT .QQ CALENDAR Nov. 18-19-Fay Stanley, Roberta Eley, and Mrs. Watson, advisor, attended Girls' League convention at San Bernardino. Nov. 21-Members of the Senior Committee on Committees held another meet- ing, electing Lloyd Riutcel chairman. Nov. 29-"King Football" is so popular with the girls that they plan to organize a football team. A movie, "Slide, Kelly, Slide", was shown. Benefits go to the Honor Society. Nov. 30-Teachers are planning for a Christmas party before vacation. Dec. l-"La Surprise Isidore" was presented by the second year French class. Dec. 6-"Safety and Welfare" was demonstrated by the Los Angeles Police Department in three reels of motion pictures through the courtesy of the P.-T. A. Dec. 7- The printing department has ordered a new composing stone for the shop. Dec. 12-Honor delegates, Fay Stanley, Dorothy Harman, Thomas Kuchel, and lllrs. Schulz, advisor, attended Honor Society convention at San Diego. Dec. 15-Members of the Girls' League helped out Santa Claus by donating apples and oranges to the Orange County Hospital and to the needy of the city. Dec. 16-Students of Mrs. Schulz's expression classes gave a Christmas program in assembly. Dec. 17-Nine-inch block letters will be awarded to the varsity teams. "The Green Lemon", an annual humor publication of the journalism department, made its appearance. Jan. 3-Seniors appeared in all the glory of their new green sweaters. jan. 4-Students of the La Palma Mexican School sent a letter of thanks to the Girls' League for gifts distributed at Christmas time. E Jan. 7-Plans made for "Ditch Day" at the senior class meeting. jan. 9-Commission held a special session, meeting erring students. Senior "Ditch Day". Juniors held rites at 2:30 for Senior Class. jan. 16-Student Body Commissioners will be awarded gold service pins. jan. 18--School dismissed early for special matinee of "Old Ironsidesf' Jan. l9-Royal Order of Grand Drape held a party in the drama room. Jan. 26-Student Bodypicture taken in front of the administration building. Jan. 27-Senior Committees met to discuss graduation announcements. Student Body assembly was held. Letters were given to varsity, B and C teams. No one is to wear sweater or letters that he did not earn. jan. 28-Seven members of the Girls' Athletic Association and Miss Huggins attended the fourth semi-annual conference at Glendale. Jan. 30-"Rookies" was shown in auditorium. Senior wills and horoscopes due. Feb. 1-School dismissed early to enable students to see "Cinderella", with mar- ionettes, given in auditorium. Feb. 2-Boy members of Block A Club met to organize' a new club to be called BLUE l928 GOLD Sixty-six . s iw, MMO., !,f"'f'f 4 ff- 1 A . I q 2 . - . ff' i- . - gd , , V f ,ff "' :X 71, , -. v - .. ,ff ..a....v f 1 f ,.- , A , X - I Z-f" - XA - 'L-H . 2- 4- gm!" . T S - ."? Q -ir 1 ' - - , ' ......JLsA!: -..x- .S df K - - ' A 'LY4L1 .32.?.x.... .'z.3rr.i.' " ' ' T iff i "' CALENDAR "The Boys' A Club". Feb. 7-"Degrees" was the subject of Dr. Knopf's address.- The speaker ex- plained what degrees are offered in colleges and exhibited robes characteristic of each degree. ' Feb. 10-Hi-Jinx is uppermost in the minds of the girls. Final rehearsals are being made. Feb. 14-A publicity department is being organized to put across the sale of the "Blue and Gold". Feb. 15-Francis Bushard, former vice-president, was elected president of the Royal Order of the Grand Drape. ' Feb. 16-Appealing to the younger generation for the abolition of war and the maintenance of peace, Professor Wirt gave a stirring address. Boys of Anaheim High are invited to participate in the Toastmasters' Club Ora- torical Contest on subject of Anaheim, their orations to be given before the club March 20. Arthur Groos won cup offered. Feb. 17-"Rim of World", a one-act play, was presented in the auditorium by the eighth period dramatics class. Feb. 22-Seating order for Student Body in the auditorium was rearranged. ln honor of VVashington's birthday, a short one-act play was given. Feb. 23-Fay Stanley will represent the senior class in the Orange County Fol- ensic Contest. V ' Feb. 24-Juniors had a "hard-time party". Prizes awarded for funniest costumes. Feb. 27-28-"The Mark of Zorro" was shown by Orphan Group of League. March 1-The Anoranco appeared with a special six-page edition. March 2-The Latin students are making Old Roman models, such as temples, catapults, and bows and arrows, for an exhibit soon. March 8--The Commission entertained Fullerton High School Board of Control. March 9-A library course may be offered to juniors and seniors next year, giving full credit if five students sign up for the course. A loose-leaf scrapbook has been purchased by the Girls' League, in which records of work and history of the League will be kept. March 8-9-"Christina of Greenland" given by Glee Clubs. March 14-Clever little skits, exhibiting clothes made by girls of Mrs. Tilton's sewing classes were shown to the members of the Girls' League in the auditorium. March 16-Try-outs for the National Oratorical Contest were held. Tommy Kuchel will represent the school. March 17-Anaheim's "Blue and Gold" of 1927 was ranked in first class honor rating in the Seventh All-American Annual Contest. 5 March 20'-Dr. Frederick Munson, lecturer and artist, gave a talk on "The Indians of the Enchanted Desert" to high school and grammar school students. March 21-Mrs. Ellis, vocational advisor for the Y. M. C. A., addressed mem- bers of the Girls' League March 22-James Walton, superintendent of the Anti-Cigarette League of Cal- BLUE l923 ooui 'Sixty-seven ,--Xi! c Q P' 1 ls , -- ' 'if in K , ' ' Islf ,ff xg, ,ff - 1 ,S f -t X.. fr , ff v 5 gf , ,, Y ' Q , .ea , Xe ,fff v K ,"'22Q41'f? gh , 6 ,T . XXL Z Isl K Un Q , A ,D-. , I, -as T A --' 1' -ga. L in T :la , TDM- . S A F IL-11 ' - I.. M., ... ...N . xxx Qv 71-Qkvvrv v vvy-v v v v vvv Y vv v vAv4,A. CALENDAR ifornia, spoke before the Student Body March 23-Presenting one of the most formal school affairs of the year the Latin Club gave its annual Roman banquet. March 29-Reginald Denny, in a comedy film, "Rolling Home", was presented. The third quarter is ended. Spring vacation will be enjoyed March 30-April 9. April 9--Students returned from Easter vacation supposed to be rested and filled with new vigor to attack the last quarter of work. Orphan Group sent case of eggs to David and Margaret Home as an Easter gift. April 10-The Boys' quartet of Occidental College and four boys with a popular orchestra, "Joe Goose and His Goslingsn, gave program in assembly. April 12-High school swimming pool opened. April 13-Friendship group of Girls' League gave a "backwards" party in the League room for all girl students who were newcomers in the first semester. April 16-17--"Secret Service", senior play, given. "Secret Service" is a war play dealing with a Northern spy in the Confederate lines. April 19-"Windies" and "Huskies", two competing divisions of the senior class in the Annual ticket-selling campaign, are tied in their contest. April 20-Seven students of Santa Ana junior College entertained the student body with a musical program in the auditorium. April 23-Rings for the junior class are being ordered. April 26-Cecile Lenain and Arval Morris chosen as leads in junior play, "Buddies", to be presented May 17-18. April 27-Junior and senior girls held Mother-Daughter banquet. The theme of decoration was Japanese. Waitresses were dressed in Japanese costumes. April 27-Senior Commissioners of student body were officially awarded pins for their services by Principal Claycs. April 30-May 1-"The Poor Nut" was given by the Honor Society. May 1-Faculty had picnic in park and saw movie, "The Patent Leather Kid". May 2-Underclassmen began registering for next year's courses. ' May 9-Fullerton high school gave exchange program of music and dancing. May ll-Betty Walker chosen next year's Girls' League president. May 12-Lucille Vogle, Elizabeth Martin, and Mrs. Watson, advisor, attended So. Calif. Girls' League convention at Santa Monica. May 17-18-Junior play, "Buddies," presented. May 23-Girls' League oiiicers for 1928-29 installed at Student Body assembly. May 24-Student Body oHicers elected for next year. June 4-Senior Day. Seniors challenge underclassmen. June 5-6-Final examinations held. june 6-Honor Society banquet for gold-seal seniors. june 8-School is over for underclassmen. june 10--Baccalaureate services. june ll-juniors gave reception to seniors. June 13-Commencement. "Lest we forget! Lest we forget!" BLUE l923 ooum Sixty-eight " . , . ' x Egf r :WIN i Q N W3 1' , Q55 M! x u-.f p-:Y'q, 'N' ffvfh K? ,Wi 1 ,, M N x. ff? s ,- mi 5 Xu 'X' ' ' r Nllffx x ,- E X W "y ' Avi s! A f ixxu ' kwm 1 " ,. , ' S Wh 1 X Q .X 1s.,M , n, ww at " is Q E wa' X , ,V ' fi, '- "' 'x.A"L11-V ' , '-A '24, ,, ,yu-::'?I" L fl V fi WIN-' K ' .M 'L W '-.' ". fz,"5" if I -V, i 35 Q 7g'3':L?. ' , . nf " 2 -A' 1? 4' . 4 ' S95 2 -" I Y.,',.gm-we X.. F. , , .fy 52. 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A . u .- .Q f M J, ,D ' . L.. ..l -'-...J A Y F ,v vvv,,,v,vvvv,vv1b Avvvvvvvvvvvvvvirlvv-,i vkgv? I STUDENT BODY President ...................,............,....... ..,.,....,. T 1-1o1viAs KUCHEL Vire-President .......................,,,..... ..,,..,, O RTISE BRUCE Secretary ...,,...................,.....,,,,.,,,,,.., Commissioner Commissioner f f y Commissioner of Girls' C07Hllli5Si0HUf The Commission has A person who is unn offence, given a slip date. The case is heard by the termined. This plan has Worked The Executive Committee held joint meetings for the purpose schools and also to observe the schools. An exchangelof Student operation on the part of the One of the most novel section. It is hoped that season and will be a n The past year has 21 IICVV lm 21 officers the MARTHA ADAMS of Student Affairs ............ LANVRENCE IWYERS o S11 et ana' Ifyelfare ,....... NORMA PALMER ALINIA CAILOR HERALD HYLTON order in study hall. first warned and, upon second the Commission on a specified necessary and proper penalty de- better study hall has resulted. and the Commission have feelings between the two in the respective effected through the co- organization of the rooting organized earlier in the government ever seen at Anaheim High School. This has been accomplished only by a Whole-hearted co- operation on the part of the student offivers and students. BLUE l928 ooui Sixty-nine . 4' 'ii 'Q ,gf by : Q NWT 1-- i"'l'fl5 I Mew, '1Hi.,w , A 'K ' I 'YW- ., . . l 'Ty ,mpg I t 'KNIT ' Ls. - K .'.K .-x, 'I' 1 '-1W .. its-gh . I I M.. ' I x 4 r ' V , , P ' ' I' Q. "V"w. .. T f " fi ' 4 -' -.YY .'.'.f'f." -MI.. TL'..'..',.1'Q.'L'.',n'f-fn.',.+.fL.'T'.."L"',-.ff 1. pf, I-I-.--M'-.J..r . V ,fwfr 4: -vm-,H -1.-zfsnnnras-.eel--54-uvmr.- Y. , 1 1 1" 1 ',z.f , GIRLS' LEAGUE ' I . I - X 5 Pl'l'3'i1ll'7If ..,.. ff.,qg..5? ,....... ..,.,. I TAY STANLEY liifr'-Pr'f'Si11r'r1f5 QLQELQZI ,...... ,,,..,,,,,,, R onizR1',x ICI.:-:Y j Sf'H'f'I111'y ...... E: ..................... ...... I JURO'l'HY NVINTIQRS I Tr'f'f1r11rf'r' .... ...... J. ..... w ..............A.... ,.... I,ucu.1.E Voouz I Aflfvixor .......... i ........, , i Mus. LIASSINA XVA'rsoN Reporter .,..., ,.... LORRAINE 'IQHAXTON 3 fllNi0f Rf' afw rl.. T I .NK .... CDRENA BEVER 5 , Sfifffwffoaiilkefafw .N-. I l'll'l'ShIllIlIii'RgfiiF?i5 '.,."r'Q EN TONJES Ifight years "i Y blished in A. U. H. S- I Since then the organization Ifasm fiii si Tb in mbership and pep. Long 3 ago it became known as one of t groups in the school. The Girls' League was formed for the purpose of F?i' .er friendship among the girls, and, under I the guidance of a capable Cabinet the Girls' League has had a most suc- l, ' Cessful year this year. I A' -A I I . . . . I i 'I he outstanding feature of this group, to which every girl in the school belongs, ' cljflflfiilllfll on fuzye 1365 1 I ll I I I E , l I I I I 5 I 4 Egg-'r's'f14 'EMT 'i'1'1""-w'1.nL 1 . f, Q 'r 1 H fi' f - in L is ff. S9 2 ci U L11 Seventy fax ,-f"ff!4 E-7 I rd- fi ml' rj ii . f of i ,N V v 1 H-,re . N 1 A ESX N -, -.,-- " , ,., Vg -.f 1.1 V iff f' if PRF' 2' ' N T' S "X-V. AP' ......u' ffl' ,LL .- 'Lu-'lk A ..fg,.. at ' 5 tix".'.'L.'.'.'.':.'g1.'...'.'Q.'.:z?.'..i. AA49:155l.".3,:x'..'gf.x'.."L.'.',.'..'.".'."""Q -QA' Y wm,,m , , ,win 'lugllw ill -lll--it . E3 1 1L Q HONOR SOCIETY Offirers-FIRST AN ND SEM4 TERS Prfxilffnf ........................,,.,.... ,2, ,1,,,,,,,.,,., AY S1'ANLEY 1"i1'P-Presiflerzt ........,,,..,,,. '-" ' A f'1'g34gjjVH MARK THA ADANIS Sefretary-Trfaszzrer ........., 5- ,,,,, gy STANLEY Reporter .........................A... LVA R0qUET flffvifor ...............,............... .5 "" 9 ..... s. SCHULZ fhis year the Honor Society has ' rt to reach the goal before it-to make this Honor SOClCty-tt gc Z-cf-.5 ,A'- Jn luential Qrganizaton in the school and to make membership i 2. "" f : fl V pupil. The first faculty social i'v2mEt'l'J-'Iraq 'iii v' en by the Honor Society. Fay Stanley Was elected 5553-,-.-fiefigcfgl fgfli County chapter of the Society- Representatives from the other 'jg.rajiuQFg -1-'Sf' the County were entertained at a banquet given by the A. U. H. P lNIrs. Schulz, Fay Stan - "- ,a, -"l9?'-Tx'Hr- . my Kuchel attended and greatly enjoyed the Californ --Wg" .-ufndf.--1-H a' onyention at San Diego High. The Honor Society wishes to than iflrs. Schulz for all her work and help in carrying out the ideals and activities of the organization. BLUE 5923 oom Seventy-one Pg? is Tr' fx -.dun T J' . NX ' , , Q' at 1 A 1 ' -at Ui ,Al I' 4 1 Z f . I ,hs I ...wg i Q ig-ri xv I S ,F N- . .- .. -guns v- 'fri 1 A - Ig X "ix f ..l' 51? -Laila.. ' V V ' S , ,----vi.vQ-v---v--...,--- -"""z.':..f.:.L'..3.'it.',:,:'......"" .44444444a4.44.,A444-.4-444.44 A-4-454-4 '4 tif , be , LA JUNTA ESPANOLA Prfxirferzt ......... l'ic'4'-Prrxizlrzzt Serretary Treasurer The Spanish Club and to teach Spanish Membership in in the second year who This year, under the club has been very The club is allowed one ning of the year the club had a the year a very successful presented by the fourth yea on the benefits derived from taking members of the club. TREhlBI,AY ARVAL Moiuus WRENCE MYERS ALIXIA CAILOR advanced conversation year students and those membership is quite large. Sproull, and lvlrs. Roach, each quarter. At the begin ceremony. At the end of Several short plays were Thomas Kuehel read papers musical numbers were given by BLUE l928 GOLD Seven ty-two 7 :Ny I vw-. W- if l f 1 'Tin' T' f ' A, --f N. ll'-'T'?v P'f"1""' ' V if . 1 . .fz,rarf"T'x.' 5.-,.',.'.v,..-'EQTLTL'-7,?Ii914' QQ 4 '- f..E-.,.iEQl?1:.IZ:..'Ii'.'..?..'4'.1 ! 1hs-Lawn! 1.4 -f.. .,-idmsd v eg . In' ' , z yff- ir :im 'Y E ,f - f-ef Y 955:22 i - t W i .mm Wx T u al! ll i LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS Prm'ia'f11t ......,... .... R onER'm ELEY l'ii-r-Prfsiflmt ....... CA........ A LICE ASHLEY Serretrlry-Trfffzszlrw' ...,. WINIIPREIJ BEEBE Reporter ...,....,.,.,.......,.,.,.,.....,......................... GENEVA JOHNSTON Advisor .......,.....,.,....,.,........,,,,......................................... Miss ROGERS Le Cercle Francais has been revived for the purpose of giving practice in speaking and understanding the French language. This year, the club consists of the French students of the first and second year classes. E The club holds regular meetings the first Thursday in each month. The first meeting was held in the Girls' League room, and the members decided upon the ii date for the meetings to be held and elected the officers. The first social 5 meeting was a banquet held in November. A very interesting talk on France was . given by Nliss Colesworthy, the commercial teacher, telling of many interesting places 1 T she visited and scenes she saw While in that'cquntry.,A'1fhe second year class enter- 5 tained the members with a French play, "La Surprise, D' Isadoref' Later in the evening light refreshments were served. Plans for a yearly banquet are being discussed , The costumes and program will be carried out in French. 1 i l 4 1 1 ? 2 5 l 1 , l 1 l S 3 9 f A rife A vi .4Qmfm4i .. id2Sf:f T " ' Seventy-three , ' fx ITM 'g 2 C' ,,, A k x I ' , f' .pf V' li -W-9 3 dxf' 21. ,O N 1 S' . 4 1-1 . ,, .1 v- 3, P- A JL- N-er, P' ......F1m- ff. 1.1 if-Q1 ... T ' k "Q T S bvfAvAvAvA1rt-vAvAvA'Lv v v vig' - -.Lvl-vi-.LA ....A.A.AvA.a.:.-8. v v v v Q- v v Q-QQ' 1 , ,, , ,-,- , .AC ,,..... -it ' K K QML4-5 iigwmi i Za 5 C I he at I M ' cLAssfifWE:LUB Pffsiflfnl ....... . ............................ ....... W ARREN SCHUTZ Vire-President . ....,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, CAROL WELCH Serretary-Tren ......................... ..,.....,,,.,...,.,., E LGIN WARD Reporter ........ V ..... l . . .. .........,. NEL1. GRAFTON The year 1927-28 h frg,1,"i e year of the Classic Club of the Anaheim Union High S .bg if, X- ffm .. av giggbll iss Rogers in 1926 and has now a membership of fifty 'J ,- gm - W if S ,'!k,i?4l7,mqn:.vx a grade of 1-y Sec- ond-year students wit ' ' ' FHL:-32,1 ' . Q'T4g,!,,.."'-'Q , and all students who have completed two y a f 41,2 :iii ' ll The members voted on and A ll' s t 1. ear- ne big event of the year was the Roman Banquet which WZ ' 4 lf! rch 23. The entire program was carried out in Latin color schemes andy h -Ii carried out in unique Latin style. Each year the members ha e ff i - 0 to make the Classic Club better. They feel that they have become better cquai ited with the Roman customs in private life through such activities. BLUE i928 ooLn Seventy-four Y' y J 'if 'V 'N' affffff get-sem... I ' 1 T ' ,.- . -X 1' i F . ,i-tf7?' l I . 'x f .1 1' ' v' ' S 'I- f , , . - of s. . -. .1 . i x ri " ' 'X ul -' I "ir ' 1 14: ' ' A page I . -'- ,., X. A' Annu. r x , ll, , 4, 4 , ,. ?'f..a:au.a.. .4...l.e...- ,...........,......,,....w.....,..... -. ...-. W...-................-.. rv-rv-vvvvv-fvvm-Yvv-.- ...... wvqf X. ...Yv--'-.ff--vvvv-vv-v .4..A.n.a...4.4.-.-44,....,....-,...-,..4as- ..- V .1 . .....4,s44s.s4-A444444 r ., wqa? .,. ,YY,,,,, :Q-..4.::-:pp 1:....w..,-.-.ff-. -- 'z i WW E1 ll? Wm ROYAL ORDER OF THE GRAND DRAPE .. V' me , , ,r Rx The R. O. G. D. is an honorary dramatics club, whose members are chosen for their ability, training, and experience in dramatics. 'h The members met every WedneSday.a1Q,,luHCheQn in A e permanent club room. The third Thursday in each month they enjoyed iii?-thil y dinner and program fol- lowed by a business meeting. K',' 'ii " At the beginning of this year the Clubfiwasfbmp ed oi four members. During the month of October eleven new ohesvi'Eiei1hddedg'iil?,l1e pledges found out what it meant to become a member of tlte'R. of 2 The club put on in assembly. oqefhjegjiplay entitled "lVIr. Fraser's Friends." This play was also put on atiftbe yUn,lw9:Theatre, Lions' Club, and Kiwanis Club. ' A An election of officers,-was held! early e."' QQ, This year has proven"iy'e1'y-Rihterestiiifiliihflhibenelicial and- it is hoped that the club will continue its good work and that the new members will further its high standard of efficiency. BLUE 5923 0oLo Seventy-five Zffsxk v J 'fl W3- , N1 M,.,,,i'SfQ3p-.ma ll e ?T"'w. .5 t .ff i ' 'Z ' ' ew ' fb . , ,N f i L l 1 N I S T , . K lf V.-1 I ., A fh- ifx ,.....5'f1' -f.ff'Y , Qi., I A,!,TgTjQ..j'i.X..-1.m.. S 1.-.v.v:.'.'1.-.-1.-.'.'.'.-Av.-.+.-. - Afvilze,-' 1-""""-'-'-"""'.f.'.'.'.-.v.-.-.v - v v- f 7 7 , , , , ,, WY, ,,,-' i ,fndcaxmnavwumannuz-ss fl if -7' , .. 'A KSWAX21- IJ!'t"3'il1If'71f ........ HILL XVAITE I'irr-Presiflmt UTH SHoEMAKER Swretary Al,EXANl7ER Trmxurfr RASIVIIJSSEN zlzlvisor CONOVER The Notan Club There were more talks were enjoyed National Park, Holland, different teachers who told us grams, games, and refreshments A Candy sale was held sale went over big and enabled 928 with much enthusiasm. club was started. lllany travel about Canada, Yellowstone lands. These were given by these talks, musical pro- for pins and guards. The members to get pins. A banquet was held at the end of the year in the cafeteria. Seven ty-six BLUE IQ28 GOLD ' sv-v-v .345- x flux -N 'S X . ETIC4 - I .K '11, . fx Vi- -V 'il v ,Fil ra. . " e , .aft " 'gm if ff' . T I X -,A be I ff 1 T - . - rf ...ahlll Tl' fa1.- -':,!L f Y ' S A '.'.'.:'.':.'l.:.".'.'.'..'.'.il'.. .4'..'.'.'..'.',.'..'.'r:..x "Ax 2........' " 'AAA E v l any eeee 2 fee HAMT ' GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION "Take pleasure in the game even you not obtain the victoryg for the purpose of the game is not merely to and strength in trying." This is the basic rule of our G. A the true for our organization. Although the Association in been only three years, the work it has done and its cannot be too highly es- timated. Much of the strength of to its first officers with Mary Jane Van Booven as the The G. A- A. sponsors all fxercises supervision over County playdays and meets held At present there is a in the regular G. A. A. This Spring a Block "A" a higher organization of the G. A. A. Eligibility for person to be the owner of an eight-inch block HA". . to the members of the Block "A" Club is the guard on the G- be Worn only by them. Seventeen girls have attained this The G. A. A. holds all and Spring. The first was held in Glendale a represented by Dorothy Harman and Edna Franzen. The Spring Convention was held in Long Beach. I BLUE l923 GOLD Seventy-seven ,fffdffa . 4.4-if f K :L , ' :divx . K I fffwvi ' ' im""'wf- g A A A 1 E 1 , 12 2 '..fIdWiu." l ,..- l a i BUYS A CLUB l Previflfnl ............ ....... ,A .,., JACK DUTTON C l'irr-Presiflmt ..... Egigga, ..... ............... . ,..QEg,. l'il.0YlJ LAKEIXIAN l Sfffffflfy-7l'ff11Suf IT L, .......... CLAY HRUINGTON ml L-1.-AL .Af '-,,, 21 I Sergeant-at-Jrm HERALIJ H YL'roN 1 'ggi " L, " , 2, ? Tlfjf Advisors V ' "H 5 Hea L. Raghfer ..... .Chief , r . 'CL 221549 ,"' if 1 ir., ,.. 1? .W "" , it e el . ' - y g' ., . . , 5 Loach Paul H. Demzl it .L eoach Prank L. lxellogg 5 The Boys' A Cl-E. wifkgg E' good intentions, but failed to V - Q 'Qiihf . i f'5!':f'l .1 ' alll: - - - 1 carry them out complet still b of high standing in the school l Intentions for club pi on, an tinction of the varsity members 5 from the lightweights cause Cussion, b v iii, discussions did not bring forth l the best of success. f 3 Lloyd Riutcel acted as a i iinifhe to sup tertainment for the boys of the l school, in the line of boxin U , the Girls' League convened Q during section periods. This 'i""i' ? 'Zfi 'fl' ' 'it great approval- . The A Club was organized to uphold peace and order in the school and to i promote true sportsmanship. l 1 Q D 3 I S l 1 R l l l l S l 1 Seventy-eight BLUE 59235 oreeeamwm Jffff vm.x,'7g.tv 1 r vm, 4 l ,. I l L11 -- l f5'1T'5'u ..,,.,,,., .... Af s,qm,,,,f..ii.m,, S w X J I M Q f.',..f. -, 1211151:Pig-Lfii":f+:1:2:.a.-is-, T' ,galgvg,.1-e3.?F."""""-"""'..f: "-' M- -1.2.-.1-.v.::.J --M:-Q-f...1.-...1-ff., fe-A --A---M-e..-- .ml-'-..f ,fee.......ws. ' I l tw 'i -'vw wwf- lv' f I E j ix go ' u 1 , L E 0 sf Pi, 'Q u X i ' E gig, i 2 GIRL RESERVES E :gff 3 President .................... .......,. TXIARTHA Ani-mis , ' Vice-Prfxizlnzr ......... ...., f.??iTWINIIfREl3 BEEBE i I Srrretary ....,..... .... ...,...........,.. N ELL GRAFTON 5 Treasurer .......... ....... ......,...........,........... F AY STANLEY ' 5 Advisor .......................................... MISg?If:I,lZ.4BETH XVALKER L K The Reserve Club of the Anaheim Union High School is sponsored by the Na- yi tional Y. VV. C. A. The program of the club consists of recreation, social service, Q' 5 and character building. This year hasglijeen averygfsuccessful one. all four classes ' y being included in the membership of-sivifty-ffiveggirlsixgwg "Interest Group" plan has 5 -' been started and through it each girl has a4,m0ref part to play in the general ' l activity of the club. ' ' ' Q X' g A mothers' advisory board has been organized for th first time this year. This board endeavors to help theg club du ies. The success of the Girl " 'T t ribt1ted mainly to the help and guidance of their advisor, Beth Walker. The 'i 's enthusiastically support Beth ' J as she whole-heartedly supports the girls. U A ii J l S . 9 l l l li 5 il 5 4. Q i, li l S . 3 if l r l. 1, gl 5: ' l l ll .. g ..,. Q.: -, q 3 in ,I 5 ,Q ,. E5 g M W . ..g..A...4u. Emil? la- 'U 5 ri' W-95-51' Sc-vcnly-nine 14,9--:'w7"i N Ti ry-,W 5 -514417 J V ' Q, .i bf'- I I My. 14551,-',.,Q,l?z 'J V .W Y. , I X rf -,,,--M 1 v . 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'U -1 if l f ,, 5i Al V -XX The principles Q Y, 15, V,- A ,3g,iir4 ECG "t. 7 in H- .vs . - worked faithfully. cannot be better told in :fthe fysl 1 ft' anization. lts purpose is "to maintain and ext vwi ix' d' a ' ' 0 ai unity high standards of Christian character." lts tt ,f' 5 1'?l 'f'feic Tc an sp s, clean scholarship, and clean life." lts underlying ptlrp i iiffa ' rs." ference at Redlands, a Parent and ' uet, a Faculty Banquet, the presentation of a College Stunt Night, several foint fneetings with other Orange County Hi-Y s, and a party for the Girl Reserves. Its activities for this year ance at the Annual Older Boys' Con- BLUE IQQQ 001,11 Eighty -4 .-.. , N' -4:-Tj!-' 5 H- um a I K 1 .. , 37 R "pf - 2 .f ,Q",:-'1'..j' Q," 1"q"'x'-.v..1v- 1q'fNfw',?g.--r- "5 ry,-'Vw ,arg agy.1"f'- .".f x K I 14- - 1 , f- g.,, Qgffvff ff 5?.',PS7 . 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M ,,:'.,11'.'.'.v..-,.vv. ,ff-.v.f'v g M ADVANCED ORCHESTRA A This year has been one of the most outstanding and notable years for the advanced orchestra in the history of the Anaheim Union High School. The success is partly due to its size Qforty-twoj and partly to balance of parts is ex- ceedingly good and the class of music type than in previous years. However the great success to the able coaching of the director, llflr. Williams in music suitable for the orchestra, arranging of the and advice given to the students from time to time The orchestra has played at given by the high school: the senior, junior, and performance, the op- eretta, High Schools County the Orange Show, and the graduation exercises. The membership of the 4 Violins Romoff, Brown, Henry, Sipple, Owens, Eymann, Hein, S Hilgenfeldg Saxophone, Forsythe, Eisenhauer, Hileg , Bock, Bowman, Stirratg Second Violins, West, Vogt, Lampman, Ellis, Burns, Acton 3 Piano, Phillips, Mott, Horns, Welch, jungkeitg Drums, ldlor, Pomeroy, Campbellg Flutes, Norland, Boegeg Trombones, Wallace, Schmelzer, Stoltz, Jungkeitg Oboe, Long. i BLUE i928 ooLn Eighty-one W as , ' A g gi Env' aft, PSQLO- , rl " A e me-as N N- . , ,A ,gf X- ac, l S Xa- N P , .,- 1 4- - ,eg P - P' ' f 345233.54 dx gl "" - JPSY 4-'A'-'A'24-'-3'i'l-1'k?i'-? W - ,Iff ' ':":T?'ff-'5f:?'1f5'ff:tffT1T:'f'-'f' BAND Every year we hear that our high school band is better than ever before, and this is certainly the truth this year. With a total membership of thirty-six boys, the band was better balanced than in the 'es, : W I At football games, ralli the band members made spec- tacular appearances in their We have attempted to with commanding of- ficers as follows , Sargeant, O. Lamp- man, Corporal, R while marching was VV. jungkeit, and he ce e On October 27 s' Hallowe'en I Carnival and Parade, e and playing and also first place for costumes and presentedf a gay picture in their brightly llth, the band marched at the Fullerton band also demonstrated its ability to play fine music at the Festivals, and at the Orange County Rlusic Day Program a the band follows: Director, Mr. Williams: Richard Davis, Frederick Davis, Paul Elsner, George Kenneth Horton, Clif- ford Hannah, William Hansen, Shoemaker, Dick Thompson, Claude Taylor, Owen Lampman, lVIilton Wallace, Gilbert Koehler, Earl Mills, Otto Maahs. Cliff Nenno, Edwin Osher, Leason Pomeroy, Willard Paxton, Fred Robinson, Warren Schutz, Victor Schmelzer, Donald Schnitger, Dale Twiggs, Herbert Welch, Herman Franz, Warren Jewell, Everett ldlor. BLUE l928 Goto Eighty-two if ,ara V, 7 Ti ': g... is 1 ' Q35 3 7' 'fw- -x - - K .1 s . 5 ,va-1 ,. Maw 4 I ,, ! 1 dF,,,,..f I a 2? F, -MMA I D ,arf fr" -' . "W xig ' , , , .. ' 1, A . ' s ' - N ..,,,4 X ri I 4 Rr K i 6. , f ,ml fl ' 7... 1, iz., X i ,K i-......g:.f ,. ,f-,-.1u.. , ,......t.... X ,WY KM N'-A ,.,,, N, Mg ., J .J , I .T::. wlgAvAvAvl v v v v4svA-tg-L.-v4.Mg.-my-, -'A-.N A ,L.". '.a"." 4 ..', . i - ... .TG .'. ' f'f du " " Win... -.-16.-J-ummm-zfnvur.-nw-W . MOZART CLUB The Mozart Club was organized for the first time this year. The members are elected from the Girls' Glee Club, band, and orchestra. The Mozart Club consists of eight girls from the girls' glee and eleven instruments from the band and orchestra. The club has appeared in many the year: in assemblies, before ser- ' vice clubs of the city, and also at The Girls' Glee Club and orchestra have appeared together but most of the time they have i appeared separately. There is no credit given the the club, so the club is considered xl as the honor society of the their work and faithful service the members are rewarded of the year, provided they pass a musical examination satisfactorily the life and works of Mozart. The pin is very pretty and every It consists of a letter A over ' the "Pipes of Pan" with A. U. H. d upon it. It has a guard attached with an eighth note. Two be given for two years' work and three thirtyfsecond notes for three Next year this come One hundred points will be given year. Points will be subtracted for failure to When a member has lost twenty-five per club. There will be an eligibility list of students who are to be club. From this list members will be selected to take the places of who are dropped. The students who are on the eligibility list will receive a block A for their work as they are really inactive members of the club. BLUE IQQQ cours Eighty-three lfigllfjl-ffilll X f i.11iW'1f1"w'f-i':"fHisv JG. rf i ' I ,ff ' 4 I l Q f J I fffillif rl ,Si-r - i CJ N I ,X-ff 14 ,psf . -' ln,--f-"'i,1. Q xg, S T . it, ...f ' f S c v 324' -'A?'4 4v4'AvA1ivl"'xv'vAv4'v"i9?i:4'Z.1i f tx.. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB AND THE OPERETTA The Girls' Glee Club has just finished one of the most busy and profitable years in music history at A. U. H. S. While the girls have not appeared in public as much as in former years, they have showed music some real talent through the pro- grams they have given. The glees numbers the Friday evening of Educa- tional Week, April 22 to 28 at auditorium, and their contribution to the Musical Evening of 3 Both the double quartette and the Glee Club showed a their work that only much practice and time can produce- to Miss Sharp who has worked harder, perhaps, than any of splendid results. The girls also sang at Brea where all the County participated. The best operetta of many by the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. "Christina of Greenland" times'-a matinee and two evening performances-March 9 very appreciative houses. Alice Ashley as Christina and John Shea an ideal couple. Walter Taylor and Roberta Eley as good. Floyd Lakeman as Ralph's chum and Winifred showed some very good talent. Herald Hylton The entertainment and comedy were furnished Eleanor Palmer as Anna and Jack Weatherly as unce Randall and Adam Lehr as two Eskimos- Special praise should be given to the chorus and Miss Huggins' dancers. They both entered into the spirit of the operetta and made it even more successful. A novel feature of the operetta was the small Mozart orchestra that accompanied all the songs. BLUE l928 GOLD Eighty-five ' ii . es X . . gh H M- V--. ' 1 . ' , ' "' ff' ' 'W C X x7'Yvvv-evo 7, ' .141 'M z.",.:'f:' - 'gf::'.'f!,3 V , .V , ,, . .-..',m,.7-,.,.-..,-,..,...,..-.-...-...-......-. i n I Q I i ' : 3 1 9 l 1 l l I I i e 3 s 9 l l I BOYS' GLEE CLUB AND NEGRO MINSTREL l The Boys' Cilee Club of A. U. H. S. had an unusually large membership this year. The boys seem to realize the value of real music more than ever before. lfor the first time the Club had a quartet, composed of Herald Hylton, Siemeon Tolle, l"loyd Lakeman, and VValter Jungkeit. The members of this quartet dis- ' l played their ability to sing inftlie Klinstrel Show, which was put on at the high l school auditorium by the Boys' Glee Club under the direction of bliss Carrie bl. Sharp. This is the first time 'a Nlinstrel has ever been given by the Boys' Glee Club E and, in all probability, it will be airiinpualzevent. Arval Klorris made an iclealkinter-ldfffftcrgiggtl the clever and witty gags of YValter Taylor, .lohn Shea, -lacklxveliitheirly, Hexide, lfverett ldlor, and Adam Lehr, ' i endmen, kept the house in Cor1Stant'lzgughtCr. ffiliekclassigglgcllgs Of the lulflsffel ' i program showed splendid phrasing arid' finish. The 'I iq? ignition is due bliss . Sharp for her untiring Worlc in drilling the boys into SITSN' 5 E ' The next big r-wif of the yearzy?Q3f1mhe.t7peienfa ffgrfvkithifh the boys au it not 3 ' in the way of advertising and taking iihportant parts in the operetta itself- Thx- boys made favorable appearances at the-iinooli luncheons of the different service clubs, en- tertaining them with numbers frotll Qperetta. f The part of the Boys' Glee Clubfiplayed in the Operetta has never before been l equaled. 'l'heir large enrollment this year made it possible to help put on the most I successful Operetta, in finished production and in finances, that has ever been put on. i The boys made their last appearance of the year when they sang seve1'al numbers l on the program given by the Band, Orchestra, and Glee Clubs. E l I v , , ,y my Mes--wff,:-'ayrff-wgn2t4?v"'s1f132"'251"''sq :,. :HQ-, , - , 5' - Q i..-mffiitfvjii Eighty-six CHRISTMAS PROGRAM This year it was decided to have a combination program. The result was two one-act plays and a Negro lflinstrel. The first play, "Santa Claus", centers around a child in a toy shop. The cast: Barbara, LaVerne Holmbergg her lVIother, llflartha Adamsg her Father, Francis liushardg Saleslady, Elizabeth Dickersong Shopboy, Lloyd Riutcel. The second play was a one-act fantasy, "Penny a Floweru. The story centers around the little flower girl who sold her flowers so that she could help others with the money she received from them. , The cast is as follows: Flower Girl, Ruby Wilberng Blind VVoman, Viva Taberg Flower Girl's Uncle, Eric liorchertg Count, Clay Bruingtong Lace VVoman, Lois Coutsg Her Son, Helen Browng Fiddler, Lawrence Poirierg Bear, LaVerne Holmberg. Eiglzty-sewn f,,,.-.. ' haf .ff i if C Y W Y , - ' I fl ' N 1' 1 A.: V . V M 1...--' I fx A 0-5 v viz, , , I S r - , 5 ,. is . uk A In get 7- .ja J' g 'I' '-.Lg 4' ff ' :fl if- .5515 A i ., ",Y,f',,?l.fz'.Y'..'g:1..+:.:. ..'.u-5.':. ""' iv ' -5. ONE-ACT PLAYS Dramatics this year has been a decided success. Under the able direction of our coach, Miss Lucille Bickley, all of the performances, from the first one-act play to the last performance of the year, have been given and received with the greatest enthusi- .asm. The season has been filled with a large variety of programs. The department has accomplished many things which are very worth while. The course is one which is exceedingly interesting, but the students feel that they have re- ceived far more than that. The experience one gets from acting is inestimable to those who are interested in that line of work. Of even more value than the experience is the character development derived from the study of dramatics. All the plays that have been presented reveal clearly that the youthful enthusiasm of the actors gives the play real life, and in the end they realize that that is the essen- tial point in making a performance enjoyed by the audience. Just a short while before Christmas this year "Mr, Fraser's Friends" was pre- sented by the Royal Order of the Grand Drape at the United Theater. It has a very good moral in it. Mr. Fraser's so-called "friends" were all very anxious to help him when they heard he had inherited a large sum of money, but when he made them be- lieve he had not received it and the telegram was a mistake they immediately found something else very important for them to do. V The Cast Mr. Fraser ........................................ ......... G us Lenain Robert, his brother ...... .... . .. ............. Adam Lehr Mr. Grossbeck .................................................... Walter Taylor Doctor ............... Lusk Mr. Banion ..... Eley Landlady Eley The play was also the Lions' Club and the "Peace young couple. The The cast-La V This play was "The Man on the at the Kiwanis Club. With Adams as Mary they depicted the people who lived in a cellar keep them warm. On February 22, "Little portraying the life of the people of It was given by request to the romance of a Lenain, and Dick Lusk. and the Odd Fellows. Order of the Grand Drape part of Tom and Martha in the slums of England, their furniture to burn to to eat on in assembly. This is a play Washington. The Cast George Washington ............................ ......... J ack Weatherly Little Lady Dresden ........................ .......... A liCC Ashley BLUE l928 ooLn E zghty-eight l :N :Lf 4.44 C7iT7TTT7iT ir TTTTT wiivvvvv ...AA N I 444,444.94 H H .Q f-W-uvmm - 45. f , X N - L fjl i at Y .Mt ,M yi 1- A ri T ii T :Lf T O - 1. S ,ea ,Pt Hs ...fi --13--fL'i:iffiL.1:. L "J AT vvvvvv vvvvv Martha ..... ......... E loise Owens Louise ....... ............ E thel Phillips ......Donald Eisenhauer ......Barbara Welch Lafayette ........... Sue ...................................... ........,.,......,.,... Martha Washington ..............................,,.... Lorraine Thaxton The eighth period class presented "T he Rim of the World", a one-act fantasy, for the studcnt body at an assembly. The story was centered about the love of a maid for the King and the love of the leader of the Gypsies for the Princess who was soon to be married to the King. The Cast Maid ..... ................................... Margaret Collins Gypsy ....... ......... C harles Walter Princess ....................,...,,.,..,.,............,.....,........ Geneva Johnston King ................................................................ Houston Helling "Good Medicine" is the story of a struggling young doctor who is discovered by a rich widow who makes him the head physician in a memorial hospital. This play was given for the Masonic Lodge. . The Cast Doctor ......... .......................... ........ R obert Squier His Wife .............................................................. Annette Wire Q The Widow ....................... Q ................................ Ruby Wilbern "Society Notes" portrays the trials of a discontented young debutante who is the daughter of a social climber. "Society Notes" was given at the Cypress P.-T. A. Mary Sedgewick Brown Mr. Sedgewick Poirier Mrs. Sedgewick orma Palmer Dr. Corre ........... : Borchert Reginald Stanton lVIcKeehan Florrie Fountain Couts "The Bishop's Candlesticks" is a which was given as our entry in the Eisteddfod Contest story is taken from "Les Miserables" and is based on the which were a gift to the Bishop from his Mother. It vias Los Angeles, also. It was repeated for another evening Bishop ......... alter Taylor His Sister ...... Dickerson Marie ................... .................. e rne Holmberg Prisoner .................................................................... Bob Jensen Soldier .............................................................. Q...Lloyd Riutcel Besides these plays, the department helped in the operetta. BLUE GOLD Eighty-nine A fe 'B : -.K A K f ATX' t ,i 1 N 'gzzssg 2 , L fx- Y e K , - Y Nsmig -ry A , J e , , ' 'X ' " -.. ' Q ,xnwek ' .,,'n1. " ' 4 v. 1 ' -5, 4 f ..,....-' ' I ' - r 2. cgfggm., X... i ...:!iA.2sa-A eg..,1-e., "'-. .................,.... ..,. ...,, . I. 1, In wq.. 1... W. ,..:.-11.:. :.-T: :,.:.:..:..::.: Q V L15Y4'Z.'5ZT.'3'fl."L.f..'A"LY....W',ef,s .A A - .g - - 4. - , - -. A .. A 4... ..-A -.'..T.YA.43 i 1 -an ' f , ---f-1. -.2 www., . f- .ee-iwgww -...vu:m:'uif-1-ge-:lar-ff::::,, 4-Tn., ' ' l SENIOR PLAY After much discussion, "Secret Service" by Willialmi Gillette was chosen for the I Senior class play. The scene of the play is laid in Richmond when the Northern forces were entrenched befo e the city and were endeavoring by all possible means to I break the defenses and capt if X Confederate capital. The main plot revolves about the deceitful activities of th Service. Captain Thorne, the Secret Service man, wins 'i place, in the hearts ' mond especially in that of Nliss Varney who goes to the president to get an Jpoiiti' 1 - V '1 the war department, but he does not 'eccept it because of his ya i however, is not known by anyone 'nie 'is the villain is abo pg. ,I if Q ii , ,if : ,1 n ed the General brings word that he, has not sent N-b. 'iii 75 ,,V- 1 1 b, L5-I- HV ,N ' in the Confederate forces. He refuses th W fini? ' t ause he does not have lhe eist Qapt Thorne, I1 Q ard' lldirh Varney Faye Hunton and Annette VV1re, fren Randolph chel' Mrs. Varney, Roberta Eley and 'VI irtha Adams, Wilfred Varney, ' L in ng Caroline Mitford, lllargaret Collins 'md Hazel Filerg Henry Dumont 3 C ' Benton Arrelsford Bob Jenseng lNIiss Kitridge, lllizabeth Dickersong lklartha, Ithel Phillipsg Jonas, Walter Taylorg Lieut. lyfaxwell, John Eleyg Lieut. Foray, Lloyd Riutcelg Lieut. Allison, Adam Lehrg llessengers, Kenneth Clapp, Donald lfisenhauer, Edward Bonkosky, Elvin Recknor, Ray Chamberlin, jack Brown. . 4 ' '1 I IL 3 , al- i I , , L LQ' 4 v 1 1 c a 1 xi I , 1 I 1 7 'Q U I U ? I IP' ol ' V Ki ' ' , : 5 ' N 1 1 K . L 1u.' fix d 2 'J PM ' 1 ax O - is A J , If . . V ,sklfi Q2 1 ni, VMI: T . . fb ,. ff! I yr f j ff f , . on a Northern uniform. ?,tl-.-,-1, E- L ' it 1, ze 1 if r 1 1 ,E pm ' 'ss : f . Qfy e lfi 1 , ' . . - I 'i " 1' 425' . U .' l I 3 23' ' L 2 1 1 . 1. as .V 1 . 'G x Y I F . . , , , l 1 BLUE M23 ocsen Ninety e l ""'W':- - w i ' l I 1 Q 1, N , Am, """ ' 1 X 5 ' , X I "' ' X T S 'vii Y L ' - ua' 'F 1. '. H ..:5m,.,,.:.IEg.. ' ""V"' ,..........................,... . . , -,..,-.......... .. vvvv-vs'-.vvvvv-,,.Y.,. av--.-..v-v-rqrvvv-vw-fa ,q4.q.4..s....A.-4..4..a.,.-....-. . .,,,..,44.A4QQg44,.x4--a. JUNIOR PLAY The junior play, "Buddies", a late three-act comedy by George V. Hobart, deals with the time just after the signing of the Armistice when most of the allied troops were stationed in France. A egjyfiggwmwx Alphonse Pettibois, a Frenchman ugljfi-'has had a business in New York, claims that Pierre, the dead brother of julig,,hagY5ggQxl,5g?Q,,jQOLl francs from him and demands that Nladame Benoit, Julie's mother,2?i13ayf2fafif1ii?a?2Q-' er h 1 and is dead and she has no money Pettibois suggests that Julie ma ying him. julie is in love with an American ho s too bashful to propose to her. To get rid of Pettibois, Julie f d to Siinny, a buddy of Babe's. Babe accuses Sunny of double-crosggjgf .,'f s later, Louise Maitland, an American girl, to whom Surniyfigffemgigigdgg the scene. Louise and Babe have met before in America so thify to spite julie and Sunny. Everything is in a a g tened out after much explaining by julie and Sunny. An New York reveals that Pierre had nothing to do with the theft inzthe Pettibdisfiffgstaurant. Humorous situations, A1H?iQ1'lgiSfIm,iers try to speak French to the daughters of Madanie 'Ebhfl,itMtEf'isl?Qhd6gY pathos to give variety. The cast: Biff, Jack Barnett, Buddy, Eric Borchertg Abie, Harold McKeehang Johnny, Jack VVeatherly3 Rube, Lelan Alsipg Babe, Joe Bushardg Sunny, Arval Mor- risg Orderly, Lawrence Poirier, Nladame Benoit, Alice Ashley, Marie, Ruby Wilberng Babette, Helen Brown, Julie, Cecile Lenaing Alphonse Pettibois, Vincent Huarteg Louise Maitland, Winifred Beebe. B L ti U L D Ninety-one .rf t M wv'1"'if wo., , -f -t f P V W., . ,713 lf' - ' 1 I amen ,MN aifax 'T' fx 5 J,-f"" v . f-Q., I S , 5 X s.. 11, . L ., MA- n? 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This it is Bliss Conover's secont I ,Q 'of stage worlc "i' "lf, as proved her capability hy l the many artistic stage costui l i t as designed and which l have added so much to Q ' play. F" l The stage crew JP' e students, each having his 3 separate line of work t if begi gl of each month the positions of z the crew are re-organizel i ma, a chance to learn the differ- l ent lines -of work. There is ' Q a lf.. his ifflffi f electrician, propman, flyman. and stuges, and on some of the J a ions it is 1 ary to have an operator to run the spot. ' 'Y After a beautiful stage set V g - h veen build itif s the duty of the girls' stage craft class to see that the ch 1 'f f A i'i"NiT 1'0l9S HFC 21PPf0I7fiHU'lY "made up',. They are also respoi m J r 'lf me work, which sometimes is slow and tedious and represents a great deal of hard work. 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ADELE RUNDSTROM Boys' Sports Reporter RETT GOFF Faculty and Aluwuzi BROUGHER Hurnor Reporter LAKEMAN More has been accomplished High this year in com- parison with the size of the staff reason, perhaps because I several new courses have been added six students signed up v for journalism this year. Four new columns were ords of a Popular Song" is probably the most original. hear popularmusic over the radio but are unable to repetition, a reporter con- ceived the idea of publishing granted. The "Love-Worn" column was Written in sent in, asking information concern- ing many delicate problems. editorially events of the week. A column entitled, "This Y of five years ago. The staff attended year. The first was the fall convention of the at South Pasadenag the second was "Newspaper Day" at U. S. C.g the third was the spring convention of the Press Association at VVhittier. Miss Lulu I. Rumsey, instructor, has done more than her share of the Work, both in performing her duties on the Anoranco and the yearbook, "Blue and Gold". BLUE i928 ooum N inety-three M 5-".hPY?'hx ,yeh 4, , i ' f1"'i, 1 5 I H Tl"'r,-1, . , - 1 . 'rw 1,11 fi? t A -.MMA - 5 ,'7-Y3-.ha , ., Av., , 1' st, . - c. mf, -.f"" ,-..: ' ' . , .i A -,,.,.,.,.... ..-,. ,.......,..,...,. ,.,. .,.,m,.-,., ...,,-- J. W...-,..v,.4...-v.-..... .-.mmiif ap...- -ia... ...,1.,wr...-'s-f .-: vw mfnmau:,.Ma.u..mfv.w.f-quw-on-nu GUR PRINT SHOP Great advances have been made in the printing department of the Anaheim Union High School, and now printing is one of the most important courses offered. ln 1920 the first print shop in Orange County schools was installed at Anaheim High in the administration buifding in a room about one-quarter the size of the pres- ent shop. Twenty-five hundred dollars Worth of equipment was set up, including one press, a paper cutter, a few cases of type, and a composing stone. The purpose of the print shop was to do all the a Saving, but no courses were offered for students. Those whorjcilewianything about prihtihg and wished to learn more spent their spare time there. The equipment w f'j'iQQVl5dlinto thqhflanual ,Traiqigg Building, now the Cafeteria Building, during the y'QiixtfiI923. Where it has been ldfaied ever since. VVith the installatfidni of af Model"C Inteirtype iimachine the following year, the school's publication waseptingcd sthg-req, Heretofotc all type for the paper had been set by job printers. Froinlithis cfftithe printihg department and the journalism department have be run in confufnctlbh. ' 'Q A Ill x l5 Platen press was hdddtfr to the first press during 19253 and last spring a hlodel l-l Linotype machine, g4lWo3Ql 5 Linoygypeygg new stone and the latest style of type cabinets were , . r jf .ag sa -2 , 'I his vear a club was or amz , tfinfash students. The members have made . g , several trips including one through the "Frank VViggins Trade School" at Los Angeles, Pacific lfngraving Co. at Long Beach, and Los Angeles Examiner plant. An old Hand Press of Henj. Franklin's time with an A attached by a gold chain constitute their pin. il p 1. A :VN g ..... .. -if if . A A5 .aaa-emeaama. Nmety-four . fffkg 1 z I UL P' ...JP 'I fmt fig is ,V I f I P4 -V ' t 2 C: Xe f E - ' . 2 rs, i A 0 - I, , A..,,,,,, 4, . I - rg I -XXN I f' , ff 1" ' C '- f - x A "4 ,"5 , ij rjzgfil' i ' ' fu . Xxex. . " . ..a. ,LQ . t",.IL.4t ' l - '4?'i4'4'.'.'.'.'.'.vgy,v,v,-A125-'A Q33 vAvA.Ax112vyv-, v - .vw v v 5 - HANG UP IF A MAN ANSWERS By Houston Helling ELL, FELLOWS," came with a hurried entrance into the smoke-filled room, "what shall we do to-night P" The author of this question was a handsome young chap with dark curly hair, dark brown eyes, and a golden complexion. He flopped alongside of two fellows that were sitting on a luxuriant davenport. The room was richly furnished, as it was the room of three sons of rich men. It was in the famous Ward Dormitory at Calford University. "We have nothing in mind," came' from a chum sitting in a big, overstuffed rockerg what do you say to opening a keg of nails and- ?" He was cut short by a sofa pillow landing full in his face, whereupon the director ot the missile jumped up exclaiming, "I have it. We'll flip a coin and, if it 'Comes heads, we'll go to a show, tails, we'll call up the girls, but, if it stands on edge, we'll stay home to study." ' They all gathered around as the coin Went into the air. Bob, who was the last to arrive home, exclaimed, "I got first on the telephone if it comes tails." "Aw rats! 'Tails'," exclaimed the chum of the three boys, "who Wants to take a girl out? I'm going home and to bed." "Go on home, you old woman-killer," said Bob laughingly as he entered the room, face lathered, razor in hand, "but leave my pipe here." After an hour's grooming, the three fellows jumped out of their big roadster in front of the campus shop-a place hung out when they had nothing else to do. They were greeted by a who to the fountain. When their malts were about downed, Bob booth and placed five nickels along the telephone. H with only central, and crossed one girl's name off the she In this manner he inserted four nickels, only to get no al up when he noticed some- thing written on the Wall beside the Bay 1201 Hang up if a man an Ask for Betty. V He was adventurous and had else Bay 1201, so he inserted the other nickel. A sweet the "Is this Betty?" he "Yes," the sweet voice speaking ?" "You are lucky enough to be conversing Burnett, Mrs. Burnett's youngest boy," said Bob musically and now that we know each other may I come over?" fContinued on page one hundred twenty-fuel BLUE IQZB Goto N inety-fwe ,Z y all E ....,A ' x , , ff!! N1 . Lid D ii re Il ,..ff""' I ' f. . K. 9 l, X- - ,f"' if E - gi. + 5 2 'gif 'J LJ- Nl D 1-I P' . .f .aa - . f, 'X-S 'r fx .....J' Ii? eff.f'f1.Eia'lL, X - ' T irxsx vvvvvlvvvvvvvvvvvvvv v lxx N in ety-six .W if V, :Jw . EJ . 15,5 1. ' i' 4 3 lm, iff i v vvvvvvvvv-rv-vvvv v 444.44444 A A THE GULL A gull swoops by on widespread wingg lt dips and turns and glides. The brilliant white is on its breastg The pearl gray, on its sides. It soars, it sails, it skims the spaceg It hovers o'er the deep. It snatches up a bit of food- Then rises with a sweep. And as the 'sun slips out of sight Beyond the ocean's edge, The gull turns swiftly on the wing iTo his mate on the distant ledge. The mist comes stealing o'er the sea- A gloomy stretch so vast: And the gull sends a wild, weird cry And sinks by its mate at last. -Dorothy Harman '28 DAWN A q ' ring hush fell o'er the earth' T -Q - d held its breath. uc ,, could mean only Birth 5 ce, only Death. An N en - stirred V , 'rallii 132- .. ir ' f J',. ' ar. ' il , :Unity I Flamed for J, ll l d beautiful blush- And thu 'fu' 3 day! The Hea - V ' ith a thousand beamsg Then grew and spread the light. The colors vied in one grand theme- . - And Dawn was the Death of Night! -Dorothy Harman '28 like 'f i d ' 'L 'Lx A re ,sf i' mx A qs.. LN bd ..,'f3' Ewa H1135 - fl BURN, - 1 IVA 0 fl. tx ?fZ"'w."l'l 4 J Ll IJ . " V , N flu it 3' U j -1 ' X A .Will BLUE l928 Goto ii , - Q' af v K, 1 1 " -I gm ff' 1 ' Q-, Q I X V - X :K IQXL E , - , Q f ri -Aftv, Q, - -RIN f X 1,11 P-, 4 1' wifi " L A A WS Z AJ' - Hiilht I H S- " '.'.'ii.'..'::.?z:g'.'zz:.-'.:."... I-i::':'.'.',2fAY jj ' ' f"""v -W, A DAY IN SPRING 'Twas theifirst glad day of joyous spring. I climbed a flow'r-strewn hill, And I heard a little brooklet sing And a lark in the blue sky trill. I stretched myself upon the grass: I gazed at clouds and sky. There with her sheep a little lass Quite slowly drifted by. I closed my eyes in ecstasy, Spring sounds all seemed to meet. he bees droned there so busily-- And then I fell asleep. T I dreamed of fairies and of kings, I saw a rainbow gay, I saw my Prince on a horse With wings, And he carried me away. And then I Woke to find the light All fading into gray 5 The purple cloak of coming night Had settled o'er the And though I m y see A day or , I'1l have Of a day '28 How rich is a Has sor A faithful And one strife,- A friend of care, Is ever faithful, no matter Where. Though his goods may be few, he is rich in the end, If he has one true, last, loyal friend. -Poet of '29 , BLUE l923 GOLD N inety-seven 55' if ,Z 'Mfg if L R ini, -, , 4 1 N in ety-eight SPRING FEVER No more my soul shall in its freedom lie For days of peace and rest have passed away I sit with listless hands and mind astray For spring is here and lure of open sky Makes dull the hours and all my books are dry. No longer can the chains of duty allay The burning fever in my blood today 'I hat leaves me weakened for the end is nigh I cannot live for long this burning lie For fever in my body now Wholds sway And soon will break the weakening bonds away, For Nature calls too loud for me 3 I sigh And jubilantly leave on my illegal wayg l'll ditch, and thus is cast the loaded die. Anon.-Kenneth Tanaka A GG ROBIN Thou rose green, '2 . , 1 2 Y T T l I ' 5 Z . ,A I 1 .ff A-f ..1L,, . 5. , f - S ...Z Pl, f- " -1- Q ' ' I ' lvl! 57' ,540 at .....G.Ev5.r -..wif H 1 . + ' it - XS Wvlfj-7Tl77TTT?W? if 3 77Tv rv iwvwv Tv . 7 . ! ' 9 3 D . , . ! From and all Grail ? But, seen. And then the goblet to me: "Tis That in see Hand above. Were painted by I am the token of his body and his blood The Holy Grail of brotherhood and love. -Alma Cailor '28 BLUE l928 GoLn 25? 'iw 'M'-'f H 7 Mi' sz' "rf 'TFL-'E Ii' 1. 'Biff X jf' im' if ii- Q .,,1?,-WET-i f' 7 k . ' M 1 15 ' w if Q ,, ig-75. 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Righter, the new coach at Anaheim High, the varsity football squad missed having an entirely successful season by 4 points, the margin by which out traditional enemy, Fullerton, beat us ' ff egg.-g,r hard-fought game of the year. As it was Fullerton won the Southern ship. At the beginning of the sea r , the a good team were bright. Over 30 candidates turned out for t vars' season. The greatest defect, h vever ends. These important position were A-C5 nine lettermen from the previous averaging 140 pounds in weight, extremely light for a varsity s d.. when the first league game came around, Anaheim had a good The back field had plenty of speed in Dick Lusk, Tanaka and 5 4 ttovl 'Van hleter, and Jensen took the brunt of the line plunging. D ' h f eed of the teamg while Jack Dutton was considered the best line plun VZ' e. ln the line Herald Hylton was the gig? - In every game, "Cap" showed his defensive ability. my chose tackle and the out- gtanding player in the tw ig He was VVCll ilidffd by Eley, Lakeman, Borchert, V I' f. 34- A f 'J' 'Ana' ' and Klutheg while the end . T. 1 , 5 HF. A TLf,i-':-r- . iisimrr - - - .-al. of weight in the back field and .Latin ,.g?s.:,d ,1 i b'r"'n ..,.1 4. j , lg .P y .Mfg if n ' - F t 5 , 1' 1 positions were capably held dow y Reed, en , Clapp, and J. Heide. Games Anaheim-6, VVoodrow Wilsori-6. This was the first practice game of the year and was played at Wilson High. Tanaka ran 74 yards in the last quarter. Anaheim-l6, Long Beach Poly A-6. Weaknesses of the team were brought out. BLUE 5523 morn Ninety-nine :rw Q 'X ' n.?ih'V'r- ' 22, pb Y , . A A1 , ' Q Q 'I p be ,Y .4 34 io 51 9 ,Q il Q. 'I N 'S we-s-0 -.-.--........, ...V . .Q , avg:-.fzffrzgf -e-?gf1--- -- . A., 4- L .4 A CSecond String and Varsityj out in this game, but the kicking of Dutton was the redeeming feature. Anaheim-18, Tustin-0. The first league game of the year was a success, Ana- heim winning rather easily. ' Anaheim-25, Brea-U. The loss of Bob Jensen. who was injuried the evening previous to this game was evident in the gains. Dick Lusk tore off several long gains. Anaheim-16, Huntingon Beach-6. The Drillers gave Anaheim a tough fight, especially in the last qL1afftbi"5'fi'f15'E Anaheim-31, GardenSQ1f0Y5-2. Anaheim was given a big scare when the team ' refused to function the first quarter and the Chilipeppers made the first score, but r Q once warmed up the Colcfpists' f' ,V ,L scoring power and ran up 31 points. However, this game profed the future Anaheim hopes, as six first string men were ii 'tg 3 g , Anaheim-13, .y in-f , K H ' game" of the year was played with the l7i1flgS1it0g?1gdi'ay ! " ?3s?- " been "pointed" for 5 this game and were Coiijlinciedelit 9,1 ' " rton "jinx". In the first i quarter the propects were auyih gft if az 1 , " ef' nists, as the Indians ran Y up I7 points in an apparently easifi. V - buti in the second quarter Anaheim came back and from then on P't1llertoii?g2Livt5? on the defensive. However, Anaheim could not score until the last Dick Lusk intercepted a pass and ran I 70 yards through a broken field viii!! down. In the next few minutes Anaheim registered another touchdown, mfinly hrough the line-plunging of Jack Dutton, but the game ended in favor of Fullerton. Q The outstanding player was Captain Herald Hylton at tackle. Very few yards I were made on either side of the line, due to the wonderful defensive play of Hylton. l E -. ,H v- -1 -w-. -,f--' av' sf+.v-wr, I ,, . N . , ' ml 5 if Qi ii D One hunzlrezl Am, - W. . -41"J'l' . Ari.-rt""w!G ' l K it ,A 3 f K' .a- il.-5 51: 1 -2--f ' 1 Y f R f 'T . ,gf--.351 ' l 55 -I . . , , , ws. we 7:11-uv-Y"n , R . -. , Q ' , i- ',.'S. B y ' 4 ,.,.,..-si' rl ',. ' . - 4-. X . .5 . R .. ,.e 4........-A :Qi ln:-1:nA -igwv.-w..., ...V ,.1 .. A' 'W -' ' ' K"4" TTYTTT'YYi6T ?T'V' -- -if ,M -nv " " 'X t 0-," -f V ff ' 1' iv Qin" 9 L V 185, , V v -, V .- Q. .rv vi QQllQ,Lllllll,,3,g,L 4, . ,, ,, . .QF M. . ,f . 4 r-..Vm. amhwhlgilllllgl g ' V44 -'-1'-1"Huh . fvN'?'u ""W?"'0' 1-' ff. 7' liHT't57l:,lif I . . .1-L ' l l fClass B Footballj CLASS B FGOTBALL Coach Paul Demaree and his Bee squad held the best record of all three squads. The season was started 05 by tumbling Tustin by a score of 19-0. The next game was with due to the fact that Garden Grove rnd Huntington Beach must b days, the entire second and third strings were used and The following day they on a neutral field and played a tie game, O-0. In the next game the a 32-0 score. Next came our old rivals, Throughout the first half the Colonists completely out a touch-down of which, we were seemingly e verdict of the head- linesman Ca Fullerton coachj and In the second half Fullerton and evidently woke the local boys up because Fullerton halted Through the good passing of Martiiiez and the were able to score on two long 40-and-50-yard with a 14-6 score. The boys excelled for their last game. L. E.-Daws: a reliable man, n. a real tackleg L. G.- Kluthe: :- good guardg C a real pivot many R. G.-Nenno: seldom let go of his mang R. T.-Nivers: he always got his mang R. E.-Heide: another reliable wing many Q.-Martinez: a good generalg R. H.-Kuchel: a Hash hard to catchg L. H.-lVIcKeehan: he hit hardg F.-Alsip: a good line plunger and a good captain. BLUE i928 ooun One hundred one A- affgffif . ' Y X. rf"-' ' - " We ' - xxx. l I . i I 5 ilgnfq .1 V . 1 ' fj L Oxexxkx t 1 .aw X Nfswas X fx M...-47 I ll' ,it 1? jwii.-.WX - A -AMRLIQAS. 5 ,Cg'4'A'..'.'A'A'.'.'.J,.."..'..'T.,'...'.."."..'.3' .rxgsx ,L'.'.'."."A'.'.'3'.v.v,',i',.".':'4'.-.vtv v H ' ,W , ,W ., ,JL -'rvlirf-v-..,--,. .r-.a QClass C Football? CLASS C FOOTBALL The midgets under Coach Kellogg started the season with a squad of some twenty-seven candidates, all enthusiastic, but most of them of the "peagreen" variety In their pre-league .u first league games the team looked like champions, but several boys later suffered 'Qs -N which played havoc with their scoring as well as their defensive ability. Not u 'i55:,I game of the season did they snap into their early season form. In this game, iw ere doped to lose to Huntington Beach, by two touch- downs, but they defeated eir o o ents ' to O. Every member of th squad A V,,-13, me and performed creditably. Some of the players showed pr is 1 "'-ggnp history for Anaheim. Lorin Heal- ton at half-back displa -I, .JH i - - .'-1392. ' 3 punts and open-field running. K- h'Sh' .5 ' ' lyos 1 xgeka 5 , z i 826 X - -I J, -.xr ttle to be desired as a line plunger. Y ,lieu g'Ig-- "ll - 1 - ' ' 1 1+ . 9, ' In - - Hilbert Craig . 6. 2-ad! by , this 4 ua 1: . Herbert Sipple filled Well the shoes of full-bah T 4 I 5" Jungkeit, Higgins, and Ya l Q".-1 defensive and offensive ball on the line 'if' if" Oct. 20-Anaheim 719 ......................... Brea-Olinda 0 Nov. 2-Anaheim 1 ............. ................................... C orona 6 Nov, 10-Anaheim 0 ............................................ Fullerton 12 Nov. 17-Anaheim 0 ....... ...................... O range 13 Nov. 23-Anaheim 24 ....... ...... H untington Beach 0 BLUE l928 GOLD One hundred two .r""'s'ii E4 I bfi -.W Q I 5 L A 1 ' . . . 1. - .J Z V , ...,,g-. L, 1 pa .ff,.,1e,, W ll h, 4.. I I Z V A, . ,fx TH . V J, fp, ff ,rx 9, S T -Mfg-jr 3'-311 Q . , 5 Llrgiiim H . 1, S AvAvAq,f.'-f-Af f-7 ' 'I-'-1 ' '.if..'. 52' ..f'.,.-':'.:z::::'.:.'...'2z.x':.,. ' ' ' ' -, , ...wiv eaffszsramw 1 E.. fVarsity Basketball Squadj VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach George L. Righter found it impossible to mould a championship team out of raw recruits. Only one man from the previous year's team remained. Anaheim lost a hard-fought game to opener of the league. The following week they permitted out in a close game However, Anaheim out-scored Excelsior The Seasiders defeated the rounds of play. In the second round Orange home team. However in the two following games with Tustin proved superior. Captain Dutton made a cool, very long baskets, and guarded in fine style. He graduates Vernon Rockwell, a fast team worker. is a Senior. Ortise Bruce, a clever a June graduate. Herald Hylton, up, graduates this year. Elliott Reutter, a clever the opposing forwards. Senior. Theo Quarton, although a as a guard and team player. Willert Zahl helped a lot Van Meter played od showing next year. Charley Tuma made a shooter and teamed with "Vandy"g should look very Don Reed and Don Baum made an effective guard combination which ought to show in another season. Vic Peltzer showed how the manager's duties should be handled. BLUE H923 sour One hundred three ,-s'f"' fi,M:'Y'i'v , vw'ff"'L4ira E g f ' .Ph:2ii""wv-?v fivgp .'1 ' ,, ' A "f '-4... l 1. '15,-' f-., - j t , N-.ws N-5 r Wihwr' . . . 1. , M . ,X - , ' - ,. M, J V., A, +w.,,N .5 " -..su ' ' ' K V . z.: ..,,1.as:....1n.,- -J.L..t.a., Sp... ....................h ...,..,,, .-. - , A-, H..- ..-- V.-.-W -------,-w--.'-------- .Ax'4'ffa.".1.1'4f'l'nf'f.wa-..",4." 4 '-Y", 1. 4. ' . " Q "F ' -.f.f'l-"LQ'.1I'f.f1.'4'1..'fn. .a.f2fQL'.s.'A 44.4 4. wap .f. iw- wmv.--nuns f -'K fClass B Basketball Squadj CLASS B BASKETBALL Coach Dcmarc-e's Bees lost the first game of the season to Orange, 13-11. The first victory for the Colonists came as a result of a fast game played at Tustin. The score was 15-11. A Excelsior also failed to e 'tfgeg' andngghey already had two victories chalked up when they added any by gtia ,!"i11g,,4HiQitii1gtoi1 Beach 28-10 Fullerton won from the 4 1 I V i H if if l fikla t i ',,-' Ir a- 714. ln the beginning of t fm ? " nd of p ay, ,- s" lost a hard-fought game to Orange by the closest mx 16- Qmygz, ii The Colonists then rg iail by th . 3 but they suffered a 24-I6 defeat on their nds f p igw r. The Colonists " .t 'LQ,i.f7'F rlz' more 5 1 -1 points against Hunington l3cach's 24. When they .b ij xmdianiifiifthe last game of the season, the "Bees" stung the Indians by e. Throughout the entire seas e ees" lack? futall lanky" center who could get the tip-off every time. Stanto lil ilei was abou i33'hii'only large player on the team, and it was with his help that Lel iii' Al land 1 clieehan held the opponents 'to only 166 pointsg while th " gjiiw iffr h" Tanaka, Arval Morris, and Hal Dunham ran up the tota " .4 o '. V to 195 points. Julian Martiliez, NVilbur Heil, Don Dandy, joe Bushard, Oakley Moore, Alan Kuhlman, Chester Pet- erson, and Gilbert Kluthe proved to be a reliable group of l'subs". The rubber neck of their "Jinx" was broken the last day of the season when the Colonists downed Fullerton in three decisive battles by the three local teams. BLUE UQLIJW Our hunzlrfzl four v-sz 1 , 4 ' T-lx ,,fff""' 1 'hw 1 N O P-H NIST ' . N -3 , ., ' f ' - ' J ,,,. IN l ,Vs ' f J I e " -Ng ' 3 ,. . f .. . Y fe 2- .f ' " fy V '- ' in, fl- .xr XX Isl H divx 'T ' Pg fxi 'Ii 4 T T' 'N - S P' .......5':s' 'ff.ff'- ifius.. ALJH - is XX, '.k1.i"'4-"4"4A"".4..4' 4"..'4rii4'1..'.3.f52., I grlr2'4zlqTQ'.'.SEr25'-' -' ' ' 'L' W' mam-ww-. . QClass C Basketball Squadj CLASS C BASKETBALL Twenty-six men answered the call for candidates for Class C basketball. After three weeks spent in the teaching of fundamentals, twelve men were selected by Coach ' 0 build t e h Sutherland from which t h Herbert Sipple was Captain Sipple proved to be a most capable player, holding ability for his class in the League. Curly Franz and as Captain Sipple's scoring part- ners. The center position was Paul jungkeit and although he was new at the game he playing was instrumental in gaining the high standing of t e the all-round player of the squad, having played every Healton started the season as a substitute but by consistant on the first string. Taka Yano and Higgins were the guards Although not winning as considered the best in the Orange League. By game of the season they held second place in the County First Round of Round of Play Anaheim 10 vs Orange 11 Anaheim 24 vs. Tustin 6 Anaheim 25 vs. Tustin 12 Anaheim 22 vs, Excelsior 13 Anaheim 22 vs. Excelsior 16 Anaheim 12 vs. H-. B. 22 Anaheim 16 vs. Fullerton 15 Anaheim 15 vs. Fullerton ll BLUE GOLD One hundred five ll .f'i 'T' 'x -f-wwf' A A . . , ' 'Nl 1, Qt. I .K ,fa lf l ' '.,,.w"i "PAQ", fl ld . g kg ,Y 5 C . ,- " ri l V i ,Ar r, 5 I F' 'FX I-1 P' in A A ik . Iggy, f ,gg S T e-,gg A ......a- Il- f.'l.'l 1.1 . M' ' ' - S .--wll, 3. - '..'.'.'..'.':..".z.'.'.'.'.cas1---.. as -. ..'.x".'.'.?.'.'.'..'..' '..'.'.'.'.'. - - nsvv.f.::..nf Wa . ' qciass D Basketball squadp CLASS D BASKETBALL The Midgets' first game with Orange was a hard fight for both teams. Orange was the winner on her own field. The score was 29-18. The next game with Tustin was very fast and exciting. Anaheim was the winner. the score being 13-10. H 7 tfWelch and Hilbert Craig made 4 points each. On january 17, Exc 1 Q as played Having obtained an early lead it w'1s retained throughout the g l ,lrban PeltLer vias high point man with 6 points Huntington Beach w t e ne game the score was 12 6 The last game in th fir ith Fullerton vias a sad but hard game. Fullerton was the w ne 1 A 2 Rowland Myers showed up well Orange was given f when they were defeated 21 10 Hilbert Craig carried 'uf it r Excelsior won th Q 'fs A ff. e team wasn t the same that defeated Orange, - - .ik ,5 , . val? February 14 marked another Q the ldgets untington Beach won in the last minute of play by a scor Herbert Welch and Marshall ee ' -1 ' the honors with 3 points each The first team consisted a Hi ert Craig and Leason Pomeroy, forwards, Urban Peltzer, center, and Rowland lVIyers and Marshall Beebe, guards. Coach Kellogg's "subs" were Frank Bath, Edgar Dougan, Carlton Peterson, Loren Cloud and Herbert Welch. . 329.5 if v . - . . y. 1 . l S - U - , . . , - . L ,Hr 1' ' :I , " I r 'nn N Tustin was play 5,5-may' -'V' :ffl jf,3VY as high-point man. ' : 5 iz' Q I -4 v.-.fn if.: z ' nf? I 'i , 'VW '7' -:H ll . JI ,pix N 547' . . 6' 1 Lk: On February 17 Anaheim .1 mia r against Fullertong the score was 14-9. BLUE GOLD One hundred six I Q..s.,:g: QQQQZQES 'ff'-'K , A, I I -N cf, X : if Q Y E F 4- ' hyfbs, ' -in J A . ,, ,,. 1 ,, ..,, . ,N f I I X e . ,X , I Ig., ,, k A g 5 ,rx X ,V K lg ' , r , - 1 .Q - 'N ':..- -" fn-. S ' ' ' . ...au ' '. . f. f.: A .V 1..,..a4.. MX... A.....s...,.. ,.....1....i............i......., . ...- W . ..--,.. -..--...iii- 4".4'A'a.'.4'a..'A.'A'l,fA''..'.-I'.4".4-Q. ' Z... Y f ' -- "Z.rC',. 'T..Zf'..'Lsf..'47i',l gi' Q1 f -'fr'-v'mf"vr1 . fVarsity Track Squadj VARSITY TRACK This year Anaheim had the distinction of being the on to have a half-mile track. The track team W fi ' stand. A much larger squad turned out squad was composed mainly of unc Every member of the relay team, Blewitt, was a sophomore. Welch, a such prospects Anaheim should come Early in the season the squad first was the San Bernardino meet. meet. Anaheim placed third, sew ington Beach meet was held. H The Chaffee invitational made it rather disagreeable. heim boys placing. Y t l rst, also, in a as the B in invi up The relay team went to in the 4-man 440 relay In the County meet pointedg however, the team triangular meet held here the following Saturday. Much of the success of the team this year was due to the team by Coaches Demaree and Righter. BLUE Goto school in the county 0 use the new grand- ny previous one. The well for future years. ruington, Wilkiiis, and the high jump. With two years. tational meets. The Beach invitational same week the Hunt- very well. y, was run in a rain, which successful event, several Ana' A. A. U. relays and placed third . This was a good showing. up much, being badly out- strong to beat Fullerton and Orange in the great help given the One hundred seven M1..-'.':' wgwh , , 4595-K5 " Nz 4. xv K i X . I Z4 5-If-v. .Magik 'fe .far pas? f J lv X C Q A H A 1 ' iiwfilgv 2 9 N1 S a F4 ' A , 1 A ' 2'4" 12 . 'K " ,J-,f 'Ir , 'fi , , t -,,-- A I , L ...... W X V . i . . g , 4 - ' 25 .-,....M1 .tl ' L.: lf- z Wa xr K Ai..,...'S 'i S 4 ,,, ,, , .....r..o. . ,l.,,,, . , f L".Kfl?4Y4v:4v.4v.4"4'4v4'l4v4'.i'LTL.'4"'..f-'L. N, 4 A. f1'lp'A'.'4'A'Z1,'42"l"4fi' 'QA' - KQ ' I- -'nouns' . V MP1 I ji Ir I 1 1 l 1 i H QC1ass Track Squadj ' V CLASS C TRACK This year the Class C track team did not do so well. In the interclass meet. Myers i I annexed first in all the dashes at fairly time for the beginning of the season. ' The team won a dual score of thirty-five to thirty-six. I Anaheim took two firsts, the ly In the Novice Meet at points were made by Captain t Craig in the hurdles and ,Q Anaheim won a of fifty-six to sixteen. Ana- ! heim got every first Scott man with ten pointsf E Huntington points. . E Koenig of H honors with Blewitt l last year, was the star in the hurdles at 14.2 seconds i and first in the in both events were broken. Q Myers entered the failed to place. ' The team lined up as f 50-yard dash avis, and Yano. E 100-yard dash and lkiyers. i 220-yard dash and Myers. i Low hurdles and Yano. y Pole Vault ..........,,............................................................ Scott. , L Broad jump ..... .i ..... .............................................. S cott. xg Shot put .,,,.... ..................... K oehler and Pomeroy. E Relav ....... ....... C raig, Yano, Davis, and Myers. 2 I BLUE IQQB ooum one hundred eight X z at if!!-Y iii W rr' 'x I ' if- .. f W:- I l F ff-" W-J'f"'+lv ve, f' 3 i ' ,, - , A Dr.. f .' ' I J , , A rf . ries, M--W N I . X -N - I V 1 - hwy .- A S 'I- Q ' 'A . fi.. ' ,I " "' " .....u' 'I' -.. lf , , ggggf, '-e2....::x.,-,..LE14..- Q , ..a.. ,mpg .. ..- ,............-.......-. A'A',.'ll.'."f.",-.."..i'..." . 3'-. P" ' MZ. ".- I,f.'2Sf4i 4'4' 4' lA'4' , ' . -. ' ' 1 em...-4. .... :. CVarsity Baseball Squad D VARSITY BASEBALL In America's national sport, Anaheim has fallen below par this year. This may seem odd when one compares this record with t ' records made by Anaheim in other sports this season. But considering h t that y two lettermen have re- turned from last year,s squad Coach Rig really has don wonders with the group of fellows with whom he has had A- 4,3 l 'rw ,,'w:,LTii-, With a bunch of green underclas has ade remarkable progress- The boys all have the spirit and that is V is f e to win all the champion- ships in sight, but on an even higher of e n e of the school for good sportsmanship. 1' X This year the team has shar .. in its several practice games leading up to the Orange Cou 5- iff games were played mostly to organize the team and to .Al .w a :- "li -'of the fellows who will be back next year. 'm'g" ?iff 5 ? . Of the fourteen fellows o i fn AQ3gi 1r will not be back next year, as f0ll0VVSI :Ja i 4 .- ,, .- ' , gps- " 2-- gf-v-""-. Theo Quarton, the hero 9' K' " u ' iw: game, the best outfielder Anaheim has, and a consistently steady hitter, is graduating. Jack Dutton, who pitched for Anaheim during the Fullerton game vsdth cool de- termination and the finest of team spirit through bad, indifferent, or good support, is graduating. BLUE porn 4 One hundred nine vvvvffvv-vv.,f,e..w, , ...,...vv-,v..,-.-v..-'-'Q'-f-.v., 4444.-A4..A4-,. A .. A4.4...4A44,..4.A4 ill!--I f,X S' W if-34, i , 1.4 'weft . 13 . 'N , E ' lr' " R' ' P i " -N., - 4 V I l -"" V I RN I 4 ,V ,,,. .Je ,k S T S X Y . . ' ......' 'I -. f , .,..ev2+,.,'B..e1..f..Let-,., ' -- ..-ir in .,. . ei ,,W,.H-an , .aw 1 QL . , A K Qsecond Team Baseball Squadj Victor Peltzer, an all-around good player at either third, second, or right field, will not be here next year. Vernon Rockwell, Anaheim's old third sacker, will not be with us next year. These fellows with us :L b next yea are listed below: Kluthe-First Baseg Mc Secoi M " e dg Rilev-Short Stopg Baum- . 4.--.f-1., . .1 L 4--:gi . ' , Center wF1eldg jones-Catch L3 R1 31 .3 Meter-Catcher and Second Baseg Cxastelum-Freshman SVJSZL' -- f and Pitcher: Skinner- f . . f L " 144' Catcherg Fuma-Catch A-egg? f .vffvfefw We J-ff it-f' 1 Anaheim has lost Jia'-T fig- is this s i n -s to win others- , 57 ' e i- my ? iw F l 5.91 ' iff'the'5-lfjE"fZi.g31:IgZ, , , H . SE M . BALL This is the second yfe 1 fQf'i,"f"i'f'ii A has second team of baseball. Last year the team finished in a' u jr and t i ar, under the coaching of Mr. Kellogg, the team promises to ,, All creditabl the Orange league and plays se ns of gf composed of underclassmen 1 5 "i,, if ' time the Annual went to p . ' " i ' 0 i wing. The team is entered in 'gh schools of the league. It is jlf rsity competition. Up to the wo league games out of three starts. The lineup is as follows: x Dykeman, p.g Nishizu, lb.g Sipple, 2b.g Healton, s. s.g Fischle, 3rd b.g Peltzer, 3rd b.g Davis, lf.g Jungkeit, C. f.g Bailey, p. and infieldg Shigelcawa, r. f.g Lund, infield' Moore, infieldg Kohler, infieldg Kluthe, lb. , 2 4'-QQ. 1 1 One hundred ten BLUE 5-ii. efoLi1 xx - I 'j,..,f-' 'mf-,-fe. V-..Q, f J g , 1 1 W fr 'ef me f v N . fx ff" ,321 A - A A ' x ' I S , V ,, S . . , t r A s, uf gt r S ,O 1' ,,,...' 'iw' -f. 43 . ad?-ff' .. 2 ,r-tg'.e,feu..,i.... ,J-QQ-if' L 1- .-"L'L 9 vvvvvvvv-'Q-v v - v 4'4'L4'4'a.q4'l'4'f4l"4.4,A,.-. B. - A. . C. ,..... -445 V J tg W V v Y - ' A 1 - ,.,.f',:-faux: I P T QBoys' Tennis Teamj CGir1s' Tennis Teamj TENNIS BOYS' .After many days of practicing, the tennis team was organized- It had a very in good schedule this year, play g such Santa Ana, Tustin, Santa Ana Junior College, Orange, F The boys' crew, with J. lblartinez, first mate, Herb Welch, second mate, ranz Groos, Hannah, and Fergus comprising the rest of the team, its opponents. Anaheim has a very good for the county tournament, pro- viding the team gets down to coaching. The other fellows who were have not as yet secured a per- manent berth are Dandy, Smith, A great deal of interest has this year although the Orange County League has been the Orange County or Southern California T who are putting forth every effort to win Few tournaments have all but the first-Puente. The team has not yet been definitely chosen, but these girls stand a good chance of making it: Melva Roquet, lVIary Tanaka, Ellen Poyet, Eleanor Palmer, Elgin Ward, Nellie Quarton, and Jeanie Allen. Alberta Vail as manager has proved very competent and well-deserving of her post. BLUE E933 Goto Une hundred eleven 1-rrff Q 1 f Y 1'1"-ivy. 'fax l 4 .. .. A' "M , 1 K yi"'W'fs, N, ' ,,..f"' ' Qtrffwr "-.. ,fd ' . .1 " ,M , - f, ' . ,ff A.. S 1 S i ,ea H ff "'-as-T.. N - v"'fw-I-f--f 4 - .. ..:"i"T.f"::":1'11r':?f1"?':J'?' "" .-'QP ' "" " 3 .. . , 'iq-1' ,, .-. ....-i..,.,.,,..,.,...-a..,-.,-- ,,Q,. ,, ,,,,. , .- ...,.. ,t,,. " W uv-at-Annan--1.m..vm1.,.Q . f fr ...azz far:-,u-s Liam asm.: .1.. --.Q-,. W.--1-...a i E S E I li l I 'e I ii il 9 I l 1 i l Cl3oys' Swimming Teaml Cliirlsl Swimming Teamj Y SWIMMING l Swimming at A. U. H. S. excelled that of previous years under the careful instruction of Nliss Linda Huggins, -Ieanie Allen, and Coach Sutherland. The girls l were so enthusiastic over swimming that a life guard was appointed and life-buoys were installed. This niakegftge school plunge safe and adds to its attractiveness and w E interest. Fi 3, Q Swimming is one of invigorating of exercises and creates real sportsman- ship. - Swimming events iiemand individual skill, therefore one losing a race has only herself to blame. ' 'Y A . .. The plunge has a veryggoov rua high and medium platform, from which dives are made. 'Q giteat ity among the girls. The specta- tors also have greatly in I .6ffIg9aI1'Iate5MKrfo1'11i. The diving events are back, front, i it ii Although diving has beeh'ESI2,9Qi52!1li 'fo girls have participated in distance and short, speedy swixiifiihgggiigisfigisifr and nifirld pleasurable for either a distance or racing swimmer, if the,jKb.itikiij:igt1t isin perfect form and stroke. Ar the beginning of the yearfbefhre, eagle girls' team was chosen, a team pro tem was sent over to Santa Ana. ,,wQI1 second place in the meet- The real team, chosen during the season to ggwesegitimur school, entered in the various aquatic events on lllay 5 at Pasadena. Previous years too few showed interest in swimming or participated in it enough to warrant the girls the full 100 points which are awarded in other sports, that is, for interclass teams. I . A , . ,.,,.-. q , , ary ".f "'i xl Q ,, vi' ff' 'M i S ,.mn...,m..,. 3 L Q- it fa-at On ff lzzznzlrfrl Ifzeelw ,ff .c I rw! ld V -'YL . ii lm' I I P V TX--. f ' 'T ' ' L CJ T ,ff .,.- I ff'0'H"f I V 1 ' N ,f . AA ,-f Lf, Y V' ,f ,--- ,A pl S X Z- ""-4-'Q"T"5-"5 T 7 af ffl? fb" if T S Txixm , Y ' I.u,1..- ,L lg: M5141 Sth ' ' 1 B- ?.'.?'.'..'.f.:.?.?.'.'..'..'..'.'.- H :.XX :Q ,Y -- ., 1 .',.f'.:'..c.-:..':.'.z'1.2.'.z-xxt,1 ,.--Mm-n-fain. as ,- fBoys' Yell Leadersj QGirls' Song Leadcrsj YELL LEADERS The 1927-28 high school year got off for a as yell leaders. Joe and "Chance" have support for the games. During football tendance at basketball games and much of that can be blamed on the Iona Mc Murtry and Geneva first half of football, but we have not good school songs, both for the games for over a year. There is no reason up. Let's get behind the girls as the right Way. T-e-a-m, Team Team! Rah, Rah, Rah! Team! Rah, Rah, Rah! T'e-a-m, Team! start with the Bushard brothers their part in bringing out support, but at- fallen off. However going fine during the We have some very have not been used leaders to pep things put the songs over in BLUE S923 ooui One hundred thirteen l4Q'4 x1 7-' W 4 ' if X L' Q , ., M . ,ff A ' 1 , ri' i ,limi ef Tf?"'LUNi A A TQ A f' " L T is QP" 1 S T S T T 4' ,..-nn' IQ' 1s1.liftL. ' Q -- - A-42:81 w- A +.'.'..'.'4'.'.:..'.'4.'.-'.'iI4254',:,l, .'....' '.1g2'..:'.'....' " '...'j'.4-A-..--" "" 'A'f: T INTERCLASS BASKETBALL Basketball started off with a bang this year. The girls displayed a great deal of spirit and hard work. Q Each team sprang forth symbolic of its class. The freshmen wore black and white gym garbg gym bloomers and lavendar blouses with a large white juniors raced around the court in black gym- bloomers blouses with a blue "J" on eachg the seniors pranced on which were white class p numerals, and white i After hard-fought The three los- ing teams gave the the following: Leona Helen Flossie Irene W Fern On November 15 the to Fullerton to an Orange County play day. The but the juniors beat FUL- LERTON! On November 17 Anaheim was hostess to the freshman and sophomore teams of all the schools in Orange County. Everyone claimed to have had a good time. The refreshments were good, too. The Anaheim sophomores defeated the Brea sophomores, but our freshmen were defeated by Tustin. BLUE l928 GOLD One hunderd fourteen ,V M i ii c , I 5 ' fT'i'fT-"P f li'1"'fu: 0 NN "PN 'iw-T iw' . P""""' fb4-ffifs 1 - .i.1s,jal""f-Mgr J"i"f"'h--v-w '.'.."l:"l::.':f.:' .."i'E'QFfV32li'5 ,f Qi ' 'Q ff'fQ?.::.5...'..:L,"...'7.:',-.",."1?.1 ,,..,.,,.., ,WK . , .sunshine-mar-uwraruuiaasususnzigggz. l l CGirls' Varsity Basketball Teamj CGirls' Second Basketball Teamj I GIRLS' BASKETBALL The game of girls' basketball originated a number of years ago. The court is ' divided into three parts. Each team consists of six players, two in each division of 1 -1 the court. Splendid teamwork 1 .v e in ed. The players must be quick, light on their feet, and constantly er the bal if,fgs' Since interscholastic com etitio b, at plavdaysj has been elimi- nated in the California high chool at Anaheim is organized on a R different l32lSiS fI'0I11 the old it ue ,n. A Series of intefclass amgg i- 1 played. From the various class - f the most skilled and sportsman-like members, who constitute an honor points are awarded for varsity membership, but there is no 1IltCI'S A . tittogtfor championship. Hvowever, it I has become an annual custom for the v I team to challenge the alumni girls to a game. For the past tfwo years t nnuqzjgggame has resulted in a tie score. The varsity this year grehz fdeikgfpgg-fpkill and hard work. Anaehim played a practice game s , The Girls' Physical d1.TR1 1 epa ' to further a spirit of fair play and of love for the game rather than a spirit of fighting to defeat some other school. Thus, at playdays, where no championships are sought, girls meet with friendliness and a desire to learn something more of a game in order to better l themselves. B L U E 3 ' 1 One hundred fifteen V, ,,,..vX, ,o ' do 'x -K of 'Wir' ji" fi ifewfs.. S. ,IPTV- . -eq, . , X . - ' ' I +1 ' J lv 'm fpm- l'5'-1.51, I is, KT Q N 'X . " V ' fi? r Pgn ' " CJ N ' X.,- , ' fx - 3 e-- 1" " 'ir t 7' I XXV, V, -' , , - ,. A . 'L A'-, 1, e., S xx , ,, ps H -A A ,il 1 in V t :JA S N ,fl v T S i e...-fl' U ,gi 1. ln :V A ,xf"45", LA? YA mm ' iw, A x'x',.'..'.'.'.'..",.',.'::.:'.'.:::.1x,::.e e, Q- X- " f,.Q.zx'.:..r..'..'...',.i.x?:.:'.'s.'..'.?.- f .WM - fGirls' Interclass Hockey Teams, GIRLS' INTERCLASS HOCKEY Once again did seniors win the class hockey championship, but it was not without honest labour for the underclassmen threatened many times in the hard-fought games. All teams were capt ' ' a by very capable girls, who know the game well: seniors, Louise Gruenemayg junio ff- Yordeg sophomores, Flossie Davis, freshmen, Vir- ginia Carmack. . One of the most exc f mes played was that between the juniors and seniors. It was then that the seni s w ' ll rried, but, when the final whistle sounded, the score stood four to o in J, k 5 , , . s. ' . Frieda Yordes blac ey -f "gg--1+ serious calamity of the hockey season. M' ,H j ' ,1l r' The Sophomore fag, 2 - -.I H ide. The pluck and spirit that they displ ' .Gm im, , r", eir already, good record. Eight to, nothin ' Yifqhyhs-'J v gl i , t that "0" means future success, for sportsmanshi 1 U -1 X' .' ' It was a season of happy 9 I+' ourse, the seniors were pleased with the outcomeg everyone was pleased if spirit of sportsmanship that prevailed. The senior and junior te - gh schools in Orange County went to a playday at Huntington Beach hig '-l. . Although neither team was victorious, the girls played hard and well. The tired players were served with delicious refreshments. Another playday was held at Huntington Beach High for the freshman and sophomore teams. Although the freshmen were defeated, the sophomores were victor- ious over Fullerton! BLUE li928 ooum One hundred sixteen ' l - ere v'J'V'dii -L - 1, V , awfHf rw. few, '1,l'Yl, , I N,!r,,,,d A . I 4 -' .,',.f,,. i Ab,-N. M 3 . Q- i 'W'-r I S may V , yi , Y .. ,D X . fs, - fr A -1, 7 Q .-, S S H,-,HJ K ! A ,, . , - . A , .... J.,.,...,..,...:..... -.......-. . .... .. M J: - - --'- - X.'..r1'I."11:'.':.:.-'p'.:..r.. 4, ,. --- .A .1 ' ',.r..t. .rg ' ' vvvv-v flu-pw' -e -1 ' I 'M use-'K ' QFirst Teamj QSecond Teamj GIRLS' VARSITY HGCKEY Hockey, to most girls, is the one outstanding sport of the year. Perhaps, it is be- cause of its likeness to football, king of all sports. The evolution of hockey is .. i .a lt had its origin in some vacant lot Where tin cans lay in abundanc d hicko - egan to serve another purpose. There gathered a crowd of bo , hitti Q a tin can out of each other's reach amid the din and cry of .fl inny on your own side!" As time passed, girls began o see in lay in their brothers' game of "shinny". WOIH3H,S genius came .V hockey is somewhat ladyized. Shin-guards are added to insure , insgahe painful onslaughts of the opponents. On a hockey team there are eleven vii i g , 'wiiof which are similar to foot- ball positions. The game is played on a oifigff if nd the time is in halves of fifteen minutes each. 5 -'QTY ' .ffwirieimf "W ifi J,Although the game u .jp jg, fig, and dangerous, it is one of the best of sports. A good p ful V J " 'I ,ii' A worker, a fighter, and yet is able to look out for herself. The best player does not rush blindly into unnecessary danger- So great is the love and interest for hockey that many of the girls have played hard and have made the varsity each of their four years at A. U. H. S. ,N ' fr ,fm .i"'z, . , yBLuegggefnaLn Une Hundred seventeen in xiii' '- A .mv Q i lb wi, . - . ...--Y., .-.. ..-v-v--.-vvvvvvvvvv v-v ... s ,J 1. .. s. A .V .-.,.....,-....-4.-4.4Q4.4.444.44 -tm-up fsnwwwmuf- we -V a .Q mi' v Y' Y V727 -9 21 l L 5 z it I l il l A li ll INTERCLASS BASEBALL I Q There is something about baseball that makes each girl play the best she can. The 5 rivalry between the various class teams at A. U. H. S. this year made each girl play the better in order that her class might be victorious. Thus the championship was not won without a hard struggle. The senior team i met and elected Dorothy Hfarman as its captain. She has proved to be a capable and E i Q popular leader. All reg A Dorothy will not be here next year, for with her l going they are losing a l-round athlete. The seniors made the best of the l short time in which they practice and displayed good teamwork. gi Percy Clair Head W f. elect a ,i of the juniors. She was captain last year ' and with her experience s r had .4 a uccessfully coaching her team. Y The sophomores, wi K: alfl: fjii f',"'?:I' glory, elected Leona Beyl for their captain. This was Le glfi mf. xi. T ' 3-P ' but she has showed her ability in coaching and help' 4 'K . V Ikgstgwwc I . , I Nlora Bilixsch was! ,134 vhiif 17 rf", played g00d school spirit 3 tiroug out t e entire fha! . g , ' - -fy f 4 0 X year. In some wayS baseb' l"i "i- ff' N ' 's fl at U. H. S. than are some l other sports, at least for the .1 "" K I 'A his results from the fact that the girls play baseball at grammar schoolj 'Q' D fa., do not play hockey and basketball. Thus the freshmen have almost as goo :lg for the championship in baseball as have the upperclassmen. -5 N" ' Baseball creates a sense of fair play and good sportsmanship, for a player must E accept the decision of the umpire. NVith the interest and work that has been displayed i this year, A. U. H. S. girls may count upon a great baseball season for the next year. l ' Q . 4-ew'-w,4,, .g . . 2' 3 f 1 ,.- i Z -Ls our One hundred eighteen ' "5 . .. 'Q 'ff " . , I yffl' . f is ,fl A. , , , A ' 1 I . x . , IJ r Ki 'X I V 4 I S X'xr- ' .' L, . .1-:rag f I f .f ' 4, , xxx i is 5 f f.. A1 Vs as ' asa' 5,304 .. T S on-ee ' ,..ul' W '-n i. -I 'gnizq .-xx.. , A -Jah. L ...1......-...i.............,.W . --..N ..-. ...- - L '.'.'1'.'.'.':.'g',f.',:,L'..t. . . "..'f..'.'.':.Y.x '.'3j vw ,..1- -. ,. ,. V V ::,,.Z1ZRN' ' 2 -QFKJNFV- ' H "-MZ I QGirls' Varsity and Second Teamj GIRLS' BASEBALL Baseball is the great American sport. What a thrill it gives one to watch the pitcher Wind up and sind that small object streaking across the plate? One is so excited when he hears a crack as the bat making it skip along the ground, just out of reach of the short up into the throat when a player slides home to safety in expressions of scorn and sarcasm hurled by the fans at If one can go to a baseball game out it, there is some- thing wrong with him. Baseball is one of the oldest of ar today. Long ago members of the weaker sex began to fascinating sport. Girls began to use a rubber ball and a and various land marks served as bases. Gradually the game began of the forms of baseball as the boys play it, until now boys rules. The best pitchers have almost as much force and the fellows. The one differ- ence between the games is that with protruding seams. The members of the teams were selected from the four classes by girl practiced hard and did her best to contribute her part towards a fast, tight game. The teams went to a playday at Pasadena on lVIay 5 and played a good game. Frieda Yorde was elected manager of girls, baseball for this year. She has worked very hard to make baseball a great success and to create more interest in it. BLU si ,Qj Qantas One hundred nineteen i grim Aid Girlsj GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP Do we play fair at all times, play teamwork, obey the orders of coach and captain, respect ofhcials and accept adverse decisions graefully, play our best until the end, con- respect oflicials and accept adverse decisions gracefully, play our best until the end, con- sideration. If we do, then we display the qualities of good sportsmanship. Are we always fair with the rest of the world, do we always control our temper, co-operate with whomsoever we are working or living, obey the laws of our community and country, try our best in every undertaking, find the joy in living, lose gracefully, and win modestly and generously under all circumstances? If we carry over these high ideals in the big game of life, we acclaim we are goodsportsmen. The real test of character comes when we have to meet life's difficulties without the glamour and enthusiasm of the athletic game, when all moral stimulus must come from within. The playing of the real game stretches out over our whole lives. It is when things go wrong that we prove our metal. We may lose, but the thing that matters is whether or not we played the best we could, and how we lost. "Dear Lord, in the battle that goes on through life, I ask but a field that is fair, A chance that is equal with all in the strife, A courage to strive and to dare. If I should win, let it be by the code With my faith and my honor held high: If I should lose, let me stand by the road And cheer as the winners go by." One humlrcd twenty W- we-wg M ,vw -3 -5--W K N 9 Hu- .J LNHHFXEX A GQ Wu klfl N xi X :J -1 U-E37 16 ', f -a tv:-, y YW vii -fx 255- ' -2. .-. .YAEQH Yr' . 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L iv, 3., E9s:E'?Yg,, -I gratify. Tv' by kL ,, ,':'1h r -,915 1A 4- " 15'E4,"NhHm,g,k iif:PG 'xflk .ii ,swf-g?1wi'.4!,, E !: .ag ,V :?.., L" : I, 1- ' ..- 4 14 25 1' - ,Q V- '. .Gif 'rf - -.f-, L I- Z 'Q' vQ'lf11 .':-..-' 1.5 TQRJL - Q -my L ' - Nf l' y 5-, 13. '1:i3Ek.s!a..VL L 'L--'mg 11 M' 1' f- 4"--51 ' a. 1..fL - fgfftfi' 41 :xiii Book Seven Campus .frolics illnremnrh Should a premier staff of high school writers, coupled with the best that the printing industry possesses, be brought together to produce a high school yearbook, an eminently needed factor to that book would still be missing. That group-that most loyal group-of Anaheim business men, who have continually striven to help our institution through their supporting of the Blue and Gold, merit and receive our greatest appreciation. "Over the top" was our advertising slogan and so gen- erously were we backed in our endeavor that that slogan be- came a reality. Our book, then, is successful fundamentally because it received the townspeople's support. In compensation for this most gracious support let those business men who are herein represented by their advertise- ments be given the greatest of support by our student body. Let them know of our appreciation for what they have done. lVIake them realize their advertising has not been in vain. So, should the reader raise the question, "How can we show thisn, the annual answers- UPATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS" One hundred twenty one 1-if - i Aikma- ,2 I, Y 5. E , -XX Jffi ff 'A A . S at at i U N ' S T ' AP? A mf 113 ,qi T ' 79 ...Ae S .Su-..-..-..-..-. -------- ..-..-...-.... ----....-- ...........-..- ll fl Drugs Candy Soda H N H . KEMP BROS. PHARMACY U Agents For Qi THE OWL DRUG CO. PRODUCTS I' RALPH B. KEMP A. U. H. S. '19 Trios. C. KEMP KERN CYCLE COMPANY Dealers in ll If Bicycles, Repairs, Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, ff Cutlery, Mazda Electric Lamps ll 14-0 W. CENTER ST. ANAHEIM, CALIF. TZ INSURANCE THAT INSURES- Any agent can take your application and collect the premium. The policy may be what you think it is and it may not he. You will find that if out when something happens. BE SAFE AND NOT SORRY!! , Buy your insurance from an established agency ,j M. E. BEEBE H The Insurance Man 120 N. Los Angeles Street Phone 720 Anaheim, California l aan-an-:n1n-I1:1-'11-I-ll1"1H -"1 1 ill?"-"1"'1"' 1111 l"1""1'l1ll-ll-Ivins-1nu BLUE GOLD One hundred twenty-two A .IPA 4 , v A rl fi' if "" ft 1' .....ffiff 1 'ZYA'A'4v4'4v4'A'..1vll4'4v44.4' ' '4'A'.". again 1111111-111 vain- E . , ibm' Growth I fContinued from page 115 l those who predicted that we were through ii building for the high school, but the I town continued to grow. Katella joined : us in 1913. From time to time new courses I were added to .the curriculum, and by S 1919 the four districts named above united i to vote a bond of S175,000 for a new au- ! ditorium, a new domestic science building I shops and gymnasium. The old domestic science building was transformed into a lgggultge gnddhistory buildincg, arid :Ee o s op ui ing was rema e in o e li cafeteria and four class rooms. From 1913 to 1916 inclusive, Mr. E. W. Hauck presided over the school as Prin- 1 cipal. He was followed by Claude R. 'I Prince, who remained until 1919. : In 1919 Mr. J. A. Clayes was promoted of teacher of art and from the position , commercial work ' over twenty-three teachers. It is during : his administration that we have seen me e 'i shops, the new music building, the re- ! modeling of the old buildings, and to become principal building of the new auditorium, the building of the new bleachers. Not only in the matter of buildings has i Mr. Clayes seen growth, but the district , has had the addition of four outlying 1 districts, Centralia, Savanna, and Cypress joining us in 1921 and Laurel later. The I faculty under his supervision has grown g from twenty-three to forty-tive and the l senior class from fifty-two to one hun- dred thirty-six, and the enrollment of l the student body from two hundred thirty-seven to seven hundred sixty. I The city has every reason to be proud ' of her High School. For long years the 1 Anaheim Union High School has had the honor of ranking among the flrst on the l. list of accredited schools of the State. She has never lost her place on the A list. Every inch of space is in use. The equipment is good. Teachers and students are alert and happy, but the question of I housing is ever before us. l Shirley Lamb: My cheeks are simply on tire. Lucille Probst: I thought I smelt paint burning. , not ! Mrs. Owens: Conjugate swim. P. Head: Swim, swam, swum. Mrs. O.: Good, now do the same with dim. ' Percy: Dim da-, Say, what are you 1 trying to do, kid me? l1lllTll1h CCI? T ill T -9 T 1 T T ff.i-I5'sX-- '2' rs XX., M . : ' ST S l l 1 Youth i I d i an 1 I Progress i ! l l This store keeps step with progress by- catering to the call of Youth and meeting the fancies of the rising l generation in the matter of style and l fashion tendencies. 'iY0uth must be servedu-and served in a manner that meets the i fashion requirements of the Collegian i as well as the progressive business man of the times. Ever on the alert to initiate and sponsor new ideas, we make a fea- ture of products that meet the needs of the youthful spirit of the land. l i l Yungbluth i ' I I "Home of Hart Schafner and Marx" 5 l ANAHEIM CALIF. i ll ... .. .. - - - -.....-....- - - - -..-.4j BLUE l928 ooLn . One hundred twenty three A TO 9 0 A I as f' I I ' of P4 ri. .M , Pi-N,ST-, 1' . , ,,,,,,,,,,A ,. ff,AffAff,:,A A I A .X X X , X A fn ug s L , f I Zi '9 1. . A vlvvvvv-rvvvvqrvv-vvv Avvfvvvvvvvvvvvifv -47 'f' U Established 1905 1' B.HARTFIELD JEWELER and OPTICIAN ll ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA ' H 'f THE MANAGEMENT OF THE , nil 1 .,- -1 I Q' 1 'ug , I 0' A 'E -i?ff'-... ' '....-ri 're'- il ' 1 ' I A T ' Wm 73 E ' 1 ' ' -' "-' ' P ' " " Extends sincere congratulations to the 1928 A. U. H. S. Graduating V Class, at this, one of the first major successes of its members' lives. ll IN WELVE former Bulletin carriers have pf been among the past four graduating 1: classes, and well over 100 present and former members of the circulation department I are somewhere in classes, that in the near I years to come, will be graduates also. "The BANK OF ITALY is operated FOR the convenience of the people who tl are its customers, BY the people who are its EMPLOYES and OWNERS." i B A N K O F I T A L Y NATIONAL Trust 81 Savings ASSOCIATION it National Ba.nkitaly Company H fldentical in Ownershipj M COMBINED CAPITAL INVESTMENT 200 MILLION DOLLARS -lf BLUE l928 Gow One hundred twenty four ninnini Q. - .- .- 1 1 1 in-up-nn.-n--n.-nn-nn-M1 1. 1 1 .... 1 1 .... 1 inn .1uu---1 1 1 1 .. -uininan11:11inuinuinuiuuiuuiuuiqniuqill.-ll... 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 9 I L 4 ON R ls X xx f .4 -K T3XX-- 'll T1 xp' 4'4'4 4 lggiqg' 4.44 44.44 .1 1 N I . r' I INR - 'i ' '-L O be-as .- ,' N. '- . B . . ' 'X' ... r I -at 'I - N ,A , T 2l1.-I -i I " 'J' wnu"" O - ., v Qvl v vv Avvvvfgvvv-rv-v-Qv-vvvfvsvvv ,g,,,,,,,,, 1 ,., , , .. 1 .. - 1 ... 1 .-m.-u1m.-m.- 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 .- 1n1n.1n I : i HANG UP IF A MAN I I ANSWERS Dodge Brothers I ' tContinued from page S29 Motor Cars 5 'izihe wgoice gn the other end giggged sand g sal , 'es, o come over, even oug don't know you as yet: it's quite lonesome H- MANN I out here." I Bob smiled to himself at these words s because he had remembered Hang up if 210 S. Los Angeles St. I a man answers. The man had nog an- i swered and she was lonesome so evi ent y T ANAH IM he was not there, thought Bob. PHONE 43 E e I .Fine, I'll be there at any time you say: I 2 just slip me the address," said Bob. II In twenty minutes he had bid his , 2 friends good night and was roaring a- I long the bay road. fThe directions had . worked per ectly so ar, an it was on y ' a short while until he saw the big arch that crossed the driveway into Betty's I house. There were trees, shrubs, and - other things that made up a beautiful 'iWhere Dining is a Pleasuy-en I estate in front of a large house. He - turned into the driveway and his lights I flashed across a sign on the lawn that : read, James Doran. Ah! her name was CTry our home made Ice Creamj I Betty Doran and he had never seen her. ' I He wondered if her husband was at home. I As he turned in to stop at the porch he 122 E CENTER ST. ANAHEIM CALIF. 5 saw a large Lincoln sedan sitting a ' ' ' I little ahead of his car. Had her husband 1 colrne home unenlipectedlyd His bralin 7 , w irled: and as e climbe out o is ' Ph 91 ' roadster he saw a book behind the seat. Sundays by Appointment one I It was an old auto-parts catalogue. He I would be a book agent. : He clankeiil thie knofkerh andg as he I waited at t e oor, e t oug t up a 0 g speech to sell his book of facts. Dr, Harry C, II He heard steps inside and righted to 2 front the open door, where he saw stand- CHIROPRACTOR I ing the maid. . n He was shown into a massive parlor I with a glowing fireplace at one end. He Edwafds Apts, I sat down beside lt and relaxed as much I as he hcould becausethe mashthinkgig ai- i bout t e sign in ron o e ouse. ames - - 1 Doran,-was he home or not? At least 533 W- Center St- Anaheim, Calif- he hoped not because all was a mystery. , He had not long to wait when he heard a rustle behind him. There on the stairs 5 was the dmrosthbeiautifullgzrl lgeuhad ef-Iler I . an e a seen os o em. is sv 1 heeifrt jumped with his body as he sprang L' N' I to his feet and over to the stairs. :I "Good evening," she said in her sweet SPORTING GOODS AND CYCLERY little voice. His tongue would not function: he , 5 stammered. "How do you do. er-er Sportsmans Headquarters I Betty?" n "Yes, I am Betty but I don't remember D . I you." she said: "however, Pm glad to 169 W. Center St. Anaheim,Cal1f. tContinued on page 1271 A U H S ,07 .- - ....-..-..-..-..-..-......- - .. ...- - - -..-..-..-..- -..- .. .. -.. ..f. BLUE l923 ooum One hundred twenty-fwe 'NfS 1.2" Y' -S . Q f f , "' fi My-f" VX: 'X ' C i , ,fffv 5 A . Pr? so A A . . "J 2-if .'.....f:11ver.' tr' TS to Wn1nn1nn1'u 1111111i11111 uu1ll:ul1au1 u1an-an-11un1uu-nuinn--anim' in H 1 E.D.ABRAMS TONY FAUST l r High Class Tailoring P FOR I ' FEATURING , ' GRADUATION GIFTS " I Snappy Collegiate Clothes to Measure 1 ll It 116 W. Center St. Anaheim, Calif. 154 W. Center, Anaheim, Calif. I I . U Study Music l ' L Especially the piano S g ll fl Nothing will add more to your Culture . if ll DANZ PIANO CO. if ,l Almost All Makes 166 W. Center Anaheim, Calif. Y l Q PROPER GLASSES 1 Renner's Grocery will Make Your Studies easier I J . l , GIOCCYICS, Frults, Flour and Feed l . . - Chrlstlan Sleghold l Free Delivery OPTOMETRIST i H PHONE 95 216 W. Center St. 185 W. Center St. Anaheim, Calif. E TIME PIECES OF ALL TIMES i ,, , . A .... d. bl h. ll Pearson S Confegtlonery to axiifmliolmiliceliiuratihleq 832512 .llnnli i I oo well as the railroad man accuracy is - important. l N The ReHdeZV011S Of Eiilszf yeza.x1i11..S""1.'3'::.es2:3::,1e fl:T:..:::Ce:m F Sweets izzrri..Z'12:::z:..ff.:':..f:5::.... l -V oo E. C. Kendrick. 1 il 157 W. Center St., Anaheim 155 W. Center St. Anaheim, Calif. I sis,,i.,,,,1,,1,.1-7.,-.gg-.,q1 -.l1ln1uu1u-- -nn-ll1nl1ul--uliuliuni 111:11 111-ll1nl1lI1ncs4 One hundred twenty-.fix BLUE IQZB GOLD i .ei s ST XX L4 4'4'4 A 4. 444 444 44.4 ' 1" i U II -X.. ,. I J . v- ' - ,, "X YA.. - i -4 XXX - r- W. I av -.-. X ' 4. -- M1 59 Q n '--. lf , .....fa:n- 12-.,-f.a,2... " A ---.-----?..-.A.A...A A.-----..,-,,,- ...JN HANG UP IF A MAN' ANSWERS fContinued from page 1253 know you, er-" "Bob, he said, "Bob Burnett." "Oh, yes, now I know," she told him: "I have seen you before." "Isn't this thrilling," she said,-"ou: meeting this way." "Yes," he said weakly, "but isn't James at home?" "Oh," she laughed, "the old dear went to the club with the boys, and 1'm sure he'd rather be called J. D." So the "old dear" went to the club. Surely this little wonderful girl was not tied up to some "old dear". How he hated that "old dear" just because it was connected with this little bunch of sweet- ness. It angered him to think that she belonged to someone else because she should belong to him. "Let us go out on the veranda," she said, and leading the way she brought him out under the stars. It was a beau- tiful night, but slightly chilly. "I love to come out here and look at the stars," she said, "When I have noth- ing else to do." He didn't see any stars, all he could see was this star beside him. He wanted to put his arms around her and hug her, but that sign out on the lawn glistened in the moonlight. It had that awful name on it. James Doran, QJ. DJ "Let's go somewhere, anywhere," she said jumping up and grabbing his hand. He followed her inside and 'she said, "Wait until I get my wrap." He put on his coat, picked up his hat and gloves, and turned toward the stair- way. There beside him, on the table, was that auto-parts book. He'd leave it there for the "old dear". No, he would take it because it might come in handy sometime and J. D. might flnd it, and so he took it because he wanted to come back again. "Let's go," she cried as she tripped down the stairway. He opened the door and they went out- side. "Let's take my car: 'tis rather cold tonight." "So that is where the big town car came from," he said to himself. "Okay," he said, "Shall I drive?" "Sure." she replied, jumping in the seat beside him. As he drove out the driveway he won- dered why she would have such a big car instead of a cute little roadster. They went to the Red Lantern Inn on the bay front. There were not many fCont'inued on page 1291 ..- - -. - .- .1 1 1nn1n.-nn1qp-01:-v..nn FIVE POI PHARMACY Drugs and Drug Sundries FOUNTAIN, CANDY, CIGARS, STATIONERY, MAGAZINES 1100 Lincoln Blvd., Anaheim, Calif. WEST E D CAFETERIA Quality and Service Reasonable Prices 211 W. Center St. Anaheim, Calif. BLUE l928 Goto One hundred twenty seven F' ,. .. ff' A 0 PWYTV' ' -'-q..,,,, W.-.,-.,.,.,.. Wm. Q4-..s..n.4.w .. h.. -. . . .-.----nd 5 N 5 t E ? -r--- '-1- ---- -1-. - '-1- - --1- - - Ifl- ----- -'-- - -'-- - 'f-- - '--A - -'-' - - - -- ---' - --fl ------- - ----'-g- 5 Q P :V 2 . I I 4 6 T9 9 S , 5 T Holeproo llk Hose 5 Q . i , 2 3 f .1 100 150 19.5 " 2 2 S I i E i ! i i ,Q '6llnlepm0f', is llze most popular brand T 5 X of hosiery of the zlny. 2 Slznrles are created by uLlLl?iI16,,+llllISl6l' T i I colorist of Paris. Ni Woven with square mul pointed heels. 5 Ex-me assures longer wear! 5 i .N I K 2 5 2 3 , ffolgnroof f FALKENSTEINS 170-WI-7 0 1 - Y V F I . w E ' . 1 I E THE, MORRIS SHOP . ' L 117 W. CENTER ST. I 5 ii Y. Q 1 Extends Congratulations 1 p t . 1 .. 5 . 5 ! . 0 A. U. H. S. Graduates of 1928 1 5 ,.,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,.,,, 1 5 N ever 5 I R W, 0 2 . 9 C A I 2 High f V M t Q . X' ' elif 0. 0975 Q Przcea' 5' 291' 0, .. hop 201' 3 it xx' Anah m, California I Q 1 QM, ,,,, -,,t,,,.-.. ..1- . . - .... 1 ..., 1 .... - .... - .... - ,... - ..., - ..,. -,-- .,,. 1 , . 2 s 1 .ff .1 . fi- ""4 k:g4:ff'fe1'ffz..3j'a3':"V at .Aa.,.....m-b.,.m.....mk 3 L U E I 9 2 8 U U 5 5 P Um' hunzlrwl ticwfn ty-fight r.1P' 4 'L'4'.A4' Angie ' A a LCLL 4.4444 N NL, N N 'K FS eff! , ' V' W e Q . " iff'-as ' X - I A . A f i A-..,.f"i: r - 2 1 -1 ree , ff o . .....E?.Q,.Lii..-1 . -' Q X .X v Ax. --.A A.A..A.,,A ..vvvv. .,..--v.--..- HANG UP IF A MAN ANSWERS QContinued from page 1273 people there when they arrived and the head waiter gave them a nice quiet table in the corner. The place was Very lovely indeed. Palms sitting around gave it an atmosphere most pleasing. There were people out on the dance-floor mov- ing slowly to the strains of a waltz. "Shall we dance?" he asked. "That would be love1y," she said. She danced and the music was superb. Nothing could have been better, he said to himself. After they had dined and danced a few times a large party came in. They were laughing and singing, making altogether too much noise. "This is too noisy," she said. He called the waiter and had the car round in front. As they sailed along the highway over- looking the bay, she put her head on his shoulder. Ah! he thought, maybe J. D. didn't mean much to her anyway. He wondered whether he dared put his arm around her or not. At last he made up his mind that if she cared more for J. D. than him she could have the "old dear." So he put his arm around her. Evident- ly she was not so crazy about J. D., but you never can tell because she, instead of drawing away, snuggled up close in his arm. Neither one did much talking on the way home, but every once in a while she would look up at him and smile. When they arrived home she invited him in, and he accepted the invitation by putting the car in the garage. The maid had kept the huge fireplace lit and the house was very appealing after a cool ride outside in the night air. They sat in front of the fireplace on the big davenport and she was the flrst to speak. "I have been Wondering," she said, "where you got my telephone number." "One of my Fraternity Brothers gave it to me," he said. "What house?" she asked queerly. "Kappa Sigma: surely you know now," he answered convincingly. "I don't know my K S's," she said. "The only boy at school is Ted Birch: I met him in New York one winter. "You don't mean "Teddy Birch?" he asked queerly. "The same," she said, "and I rather like him." "That big sissy," he thought. "To think fContinued on page 1315 - - - - - - - - , ,,,- -,,-,,,.,,,, I Riutcel-Wethered Furniture Co. HOME FURNISHINGS 151 N. Los Angeles St. Anaheim Anaheim Feed and Fuel Co. Feed and fuel of all kinds at prices that are right W e have the seeds for that garden! V. W. KOEHLER GROCERIES, MEAT MARKET Lunch Counter, Home Cooking Free Delivery 1119 Lincoln Ave. Phone 800 E. M. Smith Lumber Company, Inc. "Everything for a Building" Lumber, Bui1der's Hardware, Paint, etc. PHONE 59 1133 Lincoln Blvd. ..i.,.yi.,,.-11.11.11 1 1nq1.qnil.1..1un1nn:l. BLUE l928 GOLD l l E E 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 w l l l 1 1 1 1 1 l il U H l 1 1 1 I 1 1 'I' One hundred twenty-nzne 'xi ..,' Cf ,elf I' . I 2:-lmao. -S A 3- JET.-N ' S T .fx ' .-.....11ra- ':f.i?Z'TLz2.. I ' p ' " -f XS I +'innT T H" "" " "" T "" T""" -7 1"i"T im'T""T'NTllll"'m'i'lllli TlllTllllPllU" i T T it ill I he S. Q. R. Store I CSchumacher and Rennerj I CENTER AT LEMON ANAHEIM I For 21 Years A H0h8im,S Best Store I I Ladies' and Childrens' g Ready to Wear Apparel I IVIen's and Boys, Clothing I Dry Goods, Draperies 5 and Shoes I I Service-Quality Low Prices I I HENRY M. ADAMS, Mgr. Telephone 34 I . i "Better Sermcev I i Adams-Bowers Lumber Co. I LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS 417 S. Los Angeles St., Near S. P. Depot I I 1 GRIGG'S SERVICE STATION I TIRES, OILS, GREASES, ACCESSORIES I Free Crankcwse Service li RICHFIIQLD, PAN-AMERICAN, UNION, WESTERN GASOLINE I CLINTON A. GRIGGS I A. U. H. S. '23 .gm-.I -.--.----- ..-..-..-....-....-....-....-I.. --------.- .. One hundred thirty BLUE I928 ooLn foxes .nf 21422. 'QAQQQ4' 4.444444 lo ser, ST wr 4. 4.44: AA I INA C J , -. - - . ,fa f' ,, jr va Jinx N I ' n ,-- "" J -mg-Y, Q' ' 'li 3 v ii - ' ' i ci1iff......f3L!f'fi't X ' R" S . v. vvvvv Avvvvvvv g'.'bv.'.-2-'.V.xx'rgv.j-jiri: 1,11 1 1 1 1 i,,,,1,,.1..1qm-nn..nn1 1 HANG UP IF A MAN ANSWERS 4Continued from page 1293 that he never told me." "That is, she continued, "he is only one that I really know. I remember you One day at the baseball game 'Teddy' pointed you out as Bob Burnett. You pitched a wonderful game that day." "Thanks," he said, "I'm glad we both like baseball." She laughed as he rose. "Well I really must be going," he said "It's getting late you know." She got his wraps and went out to his car with him. It was perfectly lovely for you to come over." she said, "and do come again." "Don't worry," he said, "I'll just be sit- ting around waiting until I can come back, because-er-ah. I like you a lot, Betty." She smiled. He kissed her hand and sped out of the driveway in his big roadster. As he turned to the road he saw her wave from the front porch. He woke up his roommates and tried to keep them up, telling about this girl. At last, by brutal force they got him to bed and threatened to crack him one if he didn't shut up and go to sleep. He was up bright and early the next morning and as soon as possible he went to the telephone. "Bay 1201," he said. He got no results. He tried at noon. in the afternoon, evening, and night to get Bay 1201, but no one answered. This puzzled him completely. He thought of going out there. but if there was anyone there he would answer. V For weeks he tried to get his number. but still nobody answered. One day he was reading the paper and this announcement caught his eye. "Miss Betty Doran, daughter of the prominent James Doran of Bay Drive, has announced her engagement to 'Teddy' Birch. They plan to be wed in July. She is now staying with Mrs. Birch in town." He jumped up and dashed to the tele- phone office. "Quick, I want to send a rush mes- sage," he stammered. He grabbed a blank on which he wrote, Miss Betty Doran . Care of Birch House 121 Fairview Drive New York. Just read engagement announcement. Stop, hold everything. Stop, Wait Until I arrive. Stop, Stop, Stop, I have been looking everywhere for you. Stop. Love Bob B. The clerk read it and laughed, "You QContinued on page 1335 -. - -. -..-..-.M-..-..-..-..-..- -M.- Lest You Forget Hart's Cigar Store 112 W. CENTER Full line of only the best Cigars, Pipes, Cigarettes, Candies, Tobaccos and Accessories Where Quality is Higher than Price SEEQHEUHQRSSS 221-23 E. Center St. Anaheim, Calif. Golden Rule Grocery FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE TWO DELIVERIES DAILY Opposite High School Phone 506 H. KIER Federal and Goodyear Tires VULCANIZING 217 N. Los Angeles St. Anaheim, Calif. BLUE IQ28 GOLD One hundred thirty one .g...-.,.,-.,.-...-,..-..-...-.,.,-,,.,-,,.,-..,.-.................-.,..-....-,..,-....-,.,.-...,-....-....-.,..- .. - - - -, 2, The Young Men's Store 1 . 5 P 1 ' Z Q 0 . 01' Men and Boys "New Things When They Are New" im W. m:lcNl'lcn six Amiiifilxl. f.TAl.II" j SHORTENING HER MILES OF TRAVEL i lim-ii. Vxiiliilillg :incl imiiiiig' :uw today socially 11114-stimiulmlc :is furins of Imiisc- l wurk. lim' thc illliiYiiilllli zu wi-ll as fm' society buth limp- :md ciicrgy :irc szivcc 2 wlivn the fzunily liiicii is c-2111-ml for scii-iililiczilly, prmiiptly, :incl i!lL'XllL'1lSiYl'ij' :il T thu lzuliiflry. Q ANAHEIM LAUNDRY PHUNIC I8 X100 S. LEMON ST I I I l LINCCL F Quality -- Beauty - Power -- Speed I E M. P. THOMPSON Co. ANAHEIM CAl.ll"0RNlA 4,..-...-..,.-,..............,.....-. - - -,.. - - - - - - -.- -.- ..,.,.-,...-..i.-,,..-............ Ont' hundrnl lliirly-Iivn Y Almuiit min- 4-vi-ry eight yvzirs, iii hmm- i1lllIliiCl'ill,Qj, thc clistzmcc funn l.m Y Angelus tu New Yurk is ti':iu-lui in washing, lizuigiiig nut, and irnniiig the family I . at ' 4 L2 , . , I Y", K '-X, Il - 14 If' ' f 'I HL ' 'K' C3 N i'i"'-Vs. -.4 Pt A 4, 2 QV ' 'i A I' Sr Sie Pt -.....- zaf3i.l.'eg:2 - ' - Aw.. 'i - - '4'X'4'4'4'..'l'I- 4'.2.i.'4.'4'2'..'i2'.Z' ' ' f fnfl,-ffb vin:nn-uuinuxnn-nn-nu1nn1nninuiuninn-nniuniunznuinu1nn1nn1un1 1 1 1nn1nu1nn-swirl-unix 1: 1 HANG UP IF A MAN W. L. Morris Realty Co. I E ANSWERS Real Estate, Loans and Insurance I icontinued from page 1313 I I can cut the price by eliminating some of 123 N- L05 Angeles St- g those stops." I 5 I "Nople,"thedsaii "that's Just what I I g want er o 0, s op. ' gg I h He rushed out to his car and dashed Pafrls 85 I g ome. : In less time than an ordinary person I I could turn around, Bob had -packed his WORK GUARANTEED Q I toothbrush and pajamas, put on his W H f d d I. I I gotlfcielsi, and was roaring away from the C Ca Of an 3 Wei' ra ouse. 5 He was in New York by morning after 123 N' LOS Angeles St' Phone 508 5 I a night of road burning. He stopped at I ' his uncle's long enough to eat breakfast I I with them, change clothes, and park his , I llgelanging-S-I then hhe ,set agout tiillnding 0 I I trtigcaie trafltiz gylstegnlrasiicfvcalskinlg ofgcerps 8 I S :lor direction he arrived at Mrs. Birch's ,I ouse. L The house was very large and plain- C00 I looking. It had large marble lions upon II g the tsteps and was landscaped very at- rac ive y. I ! Bob dashed to the door after making H. MGR. n I sure of the address, was let in to a mas- I . sive parlog by the butler, and was await- 3 I Igillthe earest thing in the world to 703 E. Broadway Phone 852 He paced the Hour in his anxiety, but 5 had not long to wait until Betty came in. I I d "'BoblI" syhe burst out, "what are you I ' omg ere." " I "Betty," he said.grabbing her, "you C7 , I ' got my telegram, d1dn't you?" qggdadf af I I I b "Yes," she said, "but where have you , een." " .l "I have been looking everywhere for 244 E. Center I ' you," he said. "Where have you been?" " I f "Way," shebsaid, "I thought yoiI Iliad I orgo en me ecause you neve 1 ." H 7 ! "Never called," he said: "wifi Ive I paidt oft' aI! .the ttelephone colmpaniesi II g mor gages rying o ge you. 've sai n I E31y0ggo1 so many times that central was Freda, Madeline--A. U. H. S. ,24 I I "Bay 1201?" she asked queerly. "Why, I I that's not my number." I th"TfI1aI's .thlet nulgnberg called you with - e rs mg ," e sai . " I She began laughingf "Oh, Bob" she ' ' 5 said, "the first time you called, central ll I gavthyisu tha: wrong Iiumber. lgllylgnimber i ' is an een ra mis oo- 0 for ' I mlggnlooked puzzled and then asked, I E "Big how dlild I kgow gour name?" ,I " asy," s e sai , "t e girl across the ' ' I I :Lax from our houseuiii named Betty and Estimates furnished on all drapery work H a 's w ere you ca e ." - I I "But," he said, "no one answered." 238 E. Center St. Phone 678 I fC0l1lII'1U8d Oh PBQE 1353 q .- - -.-..-..-.- -......-.....-..- - - - - - -..-.....-..-..-..-......-..,....:. BLUE IQQB GOLD One hundred thirty-three I 2 GLX HI ON fr 'Si ,f" I u . 244 XS, " 'C 1 . 1 -- w ,. "'A 5' f' 'V A N P "H-X, -X J . " ,f . f ,, XX S I W , -QQ' L ' ' . nj . X55 ....-nl' Eff I C' """"' 5 af-Ygvik-.I-v v v v v v v vfv v vvvv , A5vfAvA7vL5vA-Aggzvgvlitvfg -if I I 1 is ACME CLEANERS AND DYERS ELDO R. WEST, PROP. - Telephone "Four Ate" il 910 N. Los Angeles St. Anaheim, Calif. ll I HARDWARE WHITE - Agent Kelvinator Electric Refrigerator H Dealer in u CAMPING AND GLASS WARE, PAINTS AND OIL ' I' PHONE 343 142 E. CENTER ST. H Where the Standard of Service Never Varies I In the spirit of a friendly co-operation we suggest an afiiliation with The Southern County Bank ANAHEIM, CALIF. K Branches at El Monte, Buena Park and Cypress j WINCHESTER PRODUCTS "As Good as the Gun" THE WINCHESTER STORE M. W. MARTENET H 323 W. Center St. I ANAHEIM CALIFORNIA Hin-un1nu-uni :uu1nn1 -In:inn-suE1uu1-nu:-uu1un1nu1uu1uu1uu1uu-uuiun1nn1uu1uu:uu-uuuinn-uni BLUE l923 GOLD One hundred thirty-four 11.1.1 1 ip..-.g1I.s-.I..in..,.I.1un1lg1pg1.u-.gq1ug1pu1gg1lp-spinning-.simian-. 1 -nuiuu-. S CJ ri P, -LNIN 5, 1"-4 fi' ug ae ....nil' !4l. 'il 4'4'4 4 A AAA . W.. VG "x-XX I ,, - r X -X ,V--"' -s -s ' ' , XX ,ff H Y, f f v 1 5' , fx X .. - - -1 , sang: V " X: , K - . 1 4 , K v- Q .. ,- -fs. X f ,gf q ,,.:f. l . gi, A -,-.s +.fjf,.iiv-...7.0 ----?-,..--v--,v4, HANG UP IF A MAN ANSWERS 1Continued from page 1337 "No," she returned, "because they are in Europe this year." "Oh, Betty," he said "I thought I had lost you for good." "But what about Teddy?" she asked. "Oh, hang him: let's elope," suggested Bob. , "All right," she said, "you come back at two o'clock, and everyone will be gone." It was a long time until two came a- round because Bob had nothing to do, but Betty was kept busy. She was happi- ly packing her clothes because she had never liked Teddy, but her father had wanted her to marry him. Prompty, at two, Bob arrived. They sneaked away toward his uncle's in preparation for the happy marriage. "Now I want to know, where J. D. comes in at?" "Oh, the old dear," she said. "Yes, the old dear,-what is he to you?" asked Bob. "Oh! nothing much," she laughed,- "only my father." Bob heaved a. great sigh of relief and said, "Thank goodness." And they turned to the right at the next corner. B. Welch: What was the first bird the Pilgrims saw when they landed? A. Cailor: The turkey? Bobby: No, the tgmmyhawk. Prof.: What do you associate with the word "mutton"? M. Griggs: Jeff. ll! "I doctor myself with the aid of medi- cal books." "Yes, and some day you'll die of mis- print." ill Some so-called open minds should be closed for repairs. Ill Judge: Now, are you sure you under- stand the nature of the oath? Boy: Sure I do. Ain't I your caddy down at the links? Ili "Mary, dear, let's set our wedding date next Friday." "Oh, but we can'tg I've got a date that night." lil Miss Barnes: What are groups of stars called? Eloise Forsyth: Groups of stars are called "consolations." 1. nu-..n1nu11-111.11111 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:1--0:1 1a-linn1un1nn!n Alva E. Hargrove Co. li Insurance Headquarters The Hartford Agency We write all lines and nothing but ' the Best Companies 215 S. Los Angeles St. Phone 1 EL TORRE HOTEL BLDG. Photographs Live F oreoer!! BETZSOLD STUDIO 110 E. Center St., Anaheim 1--11-111111n1uu1,,1,,', BLUE I928 001.0 - V .One hundred thirty fzzf Q Qt, l , N . , N1 so . 2 - A , .V -- s : I 34 V K. - I ' ' Z X . ' xr- 4 '-Q. -1 P' - sa'-PW I. A Af . . " S . VX if ...bat .fi L ' C I Q, 5, 5. T S ' . f ' .40 EW? ' '-"'f"- vnixvlh-Qff -f v v at v v .rv A AvAvAvA4A-Avg-A.A.?1f?Q-L igv -rf' fv 5+ v The first National Bank 2 3 Directors I W. J. Sieman 1 H. H. Benjamin Samuel Kraemer 5 H. A. Johnston S. ,C. Hartranft - Chas. Eygabroad 1 I3 J. G. Hilleary 1 . P. J. Weisel 1 S. P. Kraemer X F. H. Houck ' ANAHEIM CALIFORNIA Resources over 34,000,000 GIRLS' LEAGUE flloiztinued from page 705 is the growing interest and co-operation of the entire membership. Divided into twelve smaller groups, the responsibility of League work is more evenly distributed than as if the work were all done through the ollicers. Picture One of the most important accomplishments of the League this year was the completion of the Girls' League room in the Cafeteria Building. With the assistance of Miss Conover's Art III. classes, who decorated the floor and designed the room, it has become one of the most attractive in the school. The girls have every reason to be proud of their room, too, for not many like or- ganizations can boast of such a cheery one. Besides furnishing a comfortable room for the girls, many meetings and receptions are held in it. At the beginning of the school year each girl registered with the Girls' League, giving her choice of one of the two groups she would like to join. In fContinue1l on page 11383 ni 1 1uillinif.111114-m1un-uni'I.-aging-uniquinu-1.1.0.1 1gg1q.1gg.-uulqliqpigg BLUE l928 GOLD One hundred thirty-six -nuluuipuiul-nniuuluuiun -..N l 1 i l l I 1 l. ll l F I l i I I we y A XL Q il, A5-fe f ..- 4 new T . Isl f N 45 T X f f ,, I A . ,ff LQWXQ T A Mh5'w 'xii S . .......lvr..5!','- aaa-1 - ' Fxx ':.4'.'4 4 4v,','4"',v4 4 Lvgvlk v' v 4- KALLQQLQQ llinninli,,,11,,,,1..,1.n1un1nn1nii1nn1uu- ...mi If you can't laugh at the joke of the age, then laugh at the age of the joke. fEvcn this is old.J aionaienmumaf Over the Hills "Was your farm hurt during the cyclone." "I dunno. I ain't found it yet." aesesoxmmuwe Some Song Hits The Newboyys Song-How many Times? The Elsie Song-Elsie you in my dreams- The Hotel Song-Hotel me where my sweetie's gone. The Cheese Song-Cheese the kind of girl that men forget. The Police Song-Police play for me that sweet melody. The Phew Song-Phew knew Eusie like I know Susie. The Safety Pin Song-It all de- pcnds on you. The Asthmar Song-Yes, sir, Asthmar Baby. aiemieaeaesmie Teacher: "johnny, what are the two genders F" Johnny: "Masculine and feminine- The masculines are divided into temperate and intemperate, and the feminine into frigid and torrid. 'K"lf'9ll"l'lr3K--15515 "Are you from the far north ?" "No, why do you ask ?" "You dance as if you had snow shoes on." aexswmner lf clothes make the man, it's no wonder women are still women. .1,,1..,....1,.1,,,1ll.-,,,1.,i..1m,..i.,.-. 1 Certified Materials uu ae ...A 1 'H' e "e"i"' . W l l 801 E. Broadway Anaheim, Calif. l Anaheim Phone 666 Fullerton Phone 316 l Anaheim-Fullerton Creamery i l Quality Dairy Producls SPADRA ROAD . l l ' . l Tanaka Citrus I l Nursery Q 1 l 1025 N. Lemon St. Anaheim, Calif. 5 A I l Blue and Gold SGFVICG 1 fobbers in Pan-Cas and Oil A. C. BERRY, PROP. l Corner of Orangethorpe and Spadra I ' FULLERTON - - - - - -,,-.-..-.,.-...- - - -..-.,. I BLUE l928 Gow 'K One hundred thirty-seven ,762 XXL.. ff , S A . f gl. I 1+ A . -2 U ., Q, li' ' P5 H .'iiiff"l'i' S ping, fl JL, I S T ' t A P fgjawzjf my 'Qt 1 -4' -E -' S v Q ' 4 ' 4. ' 4 "'4,..' "4."'4"l'44 A 4X4n".n'ig'T4'.4".Q'44.4' v 4 are-nn1uu1 1 -nu1uu--H110 11111 nu-I1 1- 11111111: uu1uu1u-ian-uw Prescriptions Drugs Soda l l JACK O DRUG CG 237 East Center St., Anaheim, Calif. H EARL T. JACKSON, A. U. H. S., '21 i L Proprietor if : GIRLS' LEAGUE QContinued from page 1365 ti i this way the groups were more evenly dividedg and each girl was allowed to joinone of the two groups in which she is most interested. Regular meetings T of the Girls' League are held on the third Wednesday of every month. Special H group meetings are held as often as desired. A 9 This is the second year of uniform dress, which has proved most success- , ful in establishing a feeling of equality among the girls. On the second and l, fourth Fridays of each month, known as Civilian Days, the girls are allowed, 1 by their own vote to wear any dress they choose. Qn these days there is a riot of color about the campus, but almost every girl in school agrees that uni- ii form is, after all, the best for everyone and that these Civilian Days are held quite often enough. Enforcement boards of six members are appointed by 1' the cabinet advisor and they see that each girl is in uniform. Before the closing of the summer vacation, each senior girl received a 4, letter which gave the name and address of her Little Sister for the coming ' fffontinued on page 1405 ji SEE oUR NEW l . . . H International Harvester Six Speed Special Truck S845--F. O. B. Factory I On Display At Our Showrooms ll if . Elt1ste 85 Co., Inc. 9 ANAHEIM SANTA ANA 'Pnl--ll1ul--uliull-nl 1i11111 Ulillillilllil'-'W 11i111 """""'1""1"'i"'1"" BLUE l928 Goto One hundred thirty-eight J? ..lTNA "' ,e r. , 1 X 11X Y g. 'gilt F' AL- -,....' ru- iffgggz. -. APPRECIATION cCONfiH1l6d from page 135 untiring advisor, Mr. Lehmer, who deserves special credit and appreciation for the way in which he has devoted his time and service to the production of this book. VVe thank Miss Rum- sey for accomplishing the task of cor- recting the errors in all the copy and proof for the book and Mr. Lloyd Ross and his printing classes for their work in setting all the type for this book. Ray Chamberlin and Lester Slaback deserve special mention for their arduous and eflicient services in make-up and linotyping. Mr. Ross has achieved what other high schools in the county have not even attempted-namely the printing of their yearbook. We thank the as- sociate sditors, Dorothy Harman Lawrence lNIyers, and Charles Trem- blay, for their dependable work in helping to correct the Writeups and also for helping to collect them. It would be hard to put into words the appreciation and praise that we wish to express to you Dorothy Harf man for your efforts in making this Annual the success we believe it is. Your skillful hand and brain have interwoven themselves into the very fabric of this book. You have set a standard that we hope to follow. We know that your joy has been in the accomplishment of your high purposeg ours has been in being able to associate with you and to gain inspiration from QContinued on page 1415 un.. -...,1..1uu1unn1un....un1uu1 1uu--un-- 1-' 2 C3 I D biitlr I 'ICJ I ii K x lf1'Ik '7:f,, WMF T S ,b.'.',.:.1l"..:':1:'.x'.t.'.'22'.i.. X f" S g 0 1,591 f f , xxx- CD accurateMike PARTS FOR ALL CARS Largest Variety in Orange County MILLER CO. 145 So. L. A. St. THE PINTLERS CHIRUPRACTORS Palmer School Graduates Free X-Ray 250 East Center Street, Anaheim, Cal. Phone 578 L. LUND PHONE 430 Anaheim Paint and Paper Co. Manufacturers of High Grade Paints ISS W. Center Anaheim, Calif. -nu-1-n1mi...nn1uu1 1 1 -un1uu1nn--uu1gu1.n BLUE l923 Goto One hundred thirty nmc .. ZZ fz' XXX , V,,ff kr- XM 1 fd" f K N ox X Riff, J iii' ',- 'iTX'i"'es.cS v Iv! C. X I O . ,X- !,,Z rl EX Q- O N ,Xxx X X fx-'fra Q A 'q ' I X ' . . ' nd f A Z ' .3 ' 1. ' 'W' X 'i v v vvvvvwrvvv vvvvz gzvAvAvvvvA-5-.ev Tfef'.e"e Te'e--AA . 1.p1,,1,,1.,,.-...lm-.,..-..,n1ng1q....-.p1..1..1,,q1 1 1 - -n1nn..nu1uu1.m-.nn1un- 1 1 -.ui i li if HUDSO SSEX H In sheer power and in unequaled smoothness, these new high compression l Super-Sixes are at the top of development. The distinctive lines and workman- ii like finish are additional points of attractiveness. if Drive one of these cars and it will tell you more about itself in an H hour tluw description could in a year. ' Service that Satisfies l ll BONEY AND BENNIS I' PHONE 548 332 West Center St., ANAHEIM, CALIF. Telephones: Wlfstmore-2446 and 2447 ' , U I H C' W. Bohnhog Roy s Shlnlng Parlor i HARDWOOD LUMBER - WHERE THEY MAKE THE OLD U Sugar Pine, White Pine, Spruce, White SHOES LOOK NEW 1: Cedar, High Grade Hardwood Panels ll and Veneers, Hardwood Flooring Dying Shoes is our Specialty ,E Office and Yard 1500 S. Alameda St., Los Angeles, Cal. 112 W. CENTER ST. ANAHEIM GIRLS' LEAGUE flfontinued from page 1385 H year. There were more freshmen than seniors so some of the Senior girls had W more thrn one Little Sister. 'I On Freshman Registration Day the Big Sister-Little Sister Movement 'Y was in full swing. Showing the freshman girls about the campus and helping l them register, the senior girls certainly proved to be blessings fso the fond ' ll little sisters sayj. At noon the senior girls entertained their little sisters with li a lunchecn in the cafeteriag and, while the little freshman boys were wander- ,, ing about despairingly, trying to Hnd this room and that locker, the girls were H having a delightful time at lunch. When they all streamed smilingly out of Ny the cafeteria, each Little Sister, it is believed, had secretly pledged her loyalty Q7 to the school and to the Girls' League. 'I Big Sister-Little Sister Party Again the Big Sisters entertained their Little Sisters--this time with an ll fffontinued on page 1445 alilllllillll T illill TlliliiiillillTllTlu?llTlUTlllllTlll lillTll?llTlHTllTlll One hundred forty 2 Q 2 5 X2 OL IQP' ri XQN I ff" , ' f,.f-f - ' I X N f I f ff- .. XX ff-X" V Y f " ,' 5' ' . -f at - , Wi. v . J ' A .nv 44.1. I Q gg ,ac XV P5 - , 1- - .X -,.:. '- ,,... rex.- .l In ..u .fi - 1 ' . XIX xv vvvvv--vfvvvvx AxfI,,,:lx,,?5etv,3AA APPRECIATION Qllontirlued from page 1391 a character as lovely as yours. The typing students, Ruth Davis, Richard Dugdale, Mary Tanaka, Ramona Bever, Ethel Phillips, and Dorothy Kopfer, with Frances Eden as chief, have faithfully performed their part in producing this book and we apreciate the work they have done. C. George I-Iedstrom and the mem- bers of his photography class deserve credit for giving us the best photo- graphic prints that have ever been turned out by our school. Mrs. Schulz is entitled to our thanks for her help in collecting senior activ- ities-a hard job. We appreciate Miss Conover-she is always willing to assist Wherever she can. We just couldn't quite put it over without her. Our Staff this year has been un- usually large and, as we have assign' ed write-ups only to those who were vitally interested, we feel that we have produced a book which is repre- sentative-of the student body of A. U. H. S., and We thank all those who have given their service in any way to the production of this book. -"TOM" and "ARV" Gen Sci question: What is the name of the Dog Star? Merle West: Rin Tin Tin. 4-wanna-mir lVIr. Hedstrom Cshaking student by collarjz I believe Satan has got hold of you. nnliuu-1111...-1111 .. ini 1 1 1 1 1im.- 1.'im.1.m-.pg-n. 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Center St. Salesman: I have here a package of Victrola needles, each of which will play a hundred records. Isaac: No, I don't vant none. Vy, I haven't even got fifty records. ummm "I heard that Jack dropped Ethel." "Yes she fell out of his lap and broke her arm." nun "Darling, will you marry me ?" "Why, how foolish! You couldn't even keep me in handkerchiefsf' "We can wait till your cold gets llflr. Richards: "Who was Mark Anthony ?" Sapo: "He was a character in the Bible, wasn't he?" annumnm Lloyd R.: I've made a New Year's resolution-not to ditch any more. Houston H.: Not any more, but just as much. awww: Dick Lusk: You girls surely do change your minds a lot. Louise Gruenemay: Well, a lot of you boys would never get married if ,, better can't we." We didn't. -14- .-ggi: 114:-su xTm:4:n1il-vlv:s1ll-1:11101 i I 11--IL! -.11-.1q.1qpLgn--.1111 11.114, Compliments of . RADIO SUPPLY CO. ' H. A. DEMAREST, Pres. " 912-14 South Broadway A Los Angeles H LARGEST RADIO PARTS JOBBER WEST OF CHICAGO 4- ..-..-..-..-..-...-............-...-..-...-.--.....-M.-..-...-....-....-....-....-......,,..-...........-..-..-..-. One hundred forty-two BLUE 1923 nom 4..-.- .Q ' M : 1:95 . ii as 9 f it-at ' ' '1. I'-1i.'?z:":'E'a 1 ' 1'1fe:fr'1f-few-'wifiiflefw , . , il W1uu1mi.-nn-un-uu-ml.-mn--un.-uu.-nn-un1nu1n . X ' I 'l K' f ' 1 . M.,-Q,.-ixffvf' H 'rec Mfqwf 7 1 A ,,f-"- , if J N was Q . WUC' N u Aff' 1 . if HV", g' V ' 1 ., ,. Yu ' g X. ,Zark-' - t A - X ., A 'Jil' , ,5 I ..-ff" ...sr 1 1- . -S.. y. far , rf' 5'fTQf3f:lTfi9I7F:.T'.::.f'f:'7.f.'?.9lNg .V :A4.':.'1-'27-TAi'?+'3"?'+74"A":A .ffm-sen:--aagffaz Y- ' ' 'S ' 1--'H W " 'JUS Dick Lusk: Did you ever ride a donkey? Joe Bushard: No. Dick: Why don't you get upon yourself then. xaemmnaemie General Robert E. Lee once dis- covered an army surgeon intently ad- miring himself before a mirror with the greatest satisfaction- "Doctor," said Lee, "you must be the happiest man in the world." "Why do you think so?" said the surgeon in deep wonderment. "Because, sir, you are in love with yourself and you haven't a rival in the whole world." mxxawmsau lwary had a little lambg When it began to sicken, She sent it to the packing house And now it's labeled--"Chicken-" lylary had a little lambg One day she clipped its tresses And found she had sufficient wool For fifteen modern dresses. Mary had a little petg It was no lamb or gopher. Mary had a litle petg 'Twas on the parlor sofer. aerwafvfnesraeunr Always Welcome at A. U. H. S. 1. Lunch bell. 2. A holiday. 3. A rally. 4. A dog or cat in a class room. 5- Teacher called to the office. 6. A substitute. 8. An "Exam" called off. PACKARD Motordoms Most Versatile Athlete This distinctive car is now available in both the six and eight cylinder models with a complete line of body styles to suit all occasions and the most fastidious tastes-Prices range from 332595.17 to 39000.00 delivered. Hightower and Cromer 336 So. Los Angeles St. ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA LEADING FLORIST Formally of New York City ww s NfW'1f'5i'lfQM" to 4 J e ,,...-1+ 100W Value Quality and Service 514 W. Center St. Phones 592 and 728 Pinkston 8z Heinrichs 119 No. Lemon St. Phone 903 ANAHEIM CHEVROLET SALES-SERVICE-PARTS "OK'd Used Cars" Authorized Firestone Tire Dealers BLUE H928 Goto One hundred forty three ,.-gf V . f ' D 51 s - f T c 1+ 'A if 'l-'ef1s. N ,X 5 'M-urfg. E' ' 5' 'il "li . . S 'V PHONE 799 l Day or Night Frahm Oldsmobile Co. 420 S. LOS ANGlfl.lCS ST. Will Out-demonstrate Any Car at Any Price ! ! GIRLS' LEAGUE CC'07lfiIIllI'd from page lei-UQ ' ' apron and overall party. The Senior Girls "escorted" their freshman Little Sisters to the gym and everyone had such a good time getting acquainted. The senior girls didn't have a chance to be dignified and were as glad of the opportunity to "romp" as the freshmen. ., Autumn Carnival This year the Autumn lfrolic took the form of a carnival. - It was one of the merriest parties in the history of the school W R and by far the best Girls' League party ever held. The en- - U ,Qi tire gym was ablaze with color. Gay booths lined the walls and balloons floated among coils of serpentine. Upon paying ten cents admission each girl was presented with a long, many-eouponed ticket. This left the girls to go about as they pleased during the evening, tearing off a eoupon when visiting each booth. ln fact, the girls all attired in unusual and brilliant costumes had such a noisy time that the boys couldn't stay away. However, our able-bodied policemen, F. Stanley, F. Smith, and lf. VValker were on duty to see that none of the sheiks entered the gym. It was reported that many of the girls were so satisfaetorially remodeled by Dr. l. Fixum that they ceased dieting-at least until after they had eaten their refreshments-and were blissfully content. The Kitchen Sink-O-Paters also entertained throughout the evening and led the event of the evening-The Mammoth Baby Parade. The Girls' League-La Palma School Party At Christmas time the Girls, League entertained the little lllexiean bays and girls at the La Palma School. The afternoon was a great success, Jw' gb fClU711iIlllf'lI on page l-l7D 4, H., t11i 1111 v in-nu1aminn-nu-uu1uu-mv-nn-un 1--111111 nn-ul. BLUE l928 ooum One hunrlrezl forty-four aa 90 L 'qt ONIS P' ws ' " Ts fp ,XXX-e .fi W WS 2' Zf ---, i. X PAV - KY X, Alf- f To e 'X fl - YV 4' xx, if v 1 e .192-V? 3. 1 'W Q f to-X- W--. , " . I - ae' 44, ':' X--ef-.. P' Y ua- jd- if -Ir L , fl' 5 v---.v--..----v---v ----v-v,---..---..., 1111111111111 .....-fN"l.nL un-M1m.1m,1,,.,1nn1.m.1..,,1nn1nn.- 1 1 1 "Who composed that ?" "Beethoven, Madam." "How lovely! And is he composing now ?" "No Madam, he is decomposing." George: That horse knows as much as I do. Clara: Well, donit tell anybody. You might want to sell him some day. H-Hex Nervous woman Qto beggarjz If I give you a piece of cake you'll never return, will you? Beggar: Well, lady, you know your cake better than I do. mxemeeesesse ' Jail: VVhen I get out of this prison, I'm going to have a hot time. Bird: You must be in for life. uewnaaease Clerk: Well, Iyladam, did the corn plasters give you any relief? Old lady: Can't say they did. I only took one and that was so tough I could hardly chew it. axanaevfaxae Bernice Kroeger Crubbing her eyesjz Frances, you gave me such a dirty look then that I got some of the dirt in my eyes. minima Kind travelor fseeing parked carj : Do you need any help? Voice from within: We are getting along nicely, thank you. aeaewennor Mrs. B.: John, I think there's a man under the bed. Mr. B.: Well, you talk to him and let me sleep. OPPORTUNITY Means Nothing to a Man With Empty Pockets Save for the M ain Chance Start at Once With the Anaheim ational Bank fYour Home Bankj BLUE l928 GOLD One hundred forty fur' nfg 1 .f x 47' I fe""""Td1'! l l.,.rW"f"' F N ,wwf A " SF'-A T I iid., r 1 T ,,,.v" 1 I 5 111, ,'fj.,mV A cg ,I 1 I-N Ida,-" , I , ,L-me V ,gr Lv I S W1 .-V,-ri"r"qvq,'a TE' ,-f"".f .- 4 'gr' '72 'I T 2 1 4 55' wif- .YLQII T S ' ---- A -1 3,55-'f ,:,,.,,If f,lH'H -.LTI L1 A. 11 -4, 1 1.4 I..,..5v9,.1riff.JnL.-.a.Iia2.'f's. 5 , 1 -'..'..".,.'4.."..".'.:'A''Z.:L,'.:C.'..:'.'14'..i.f5l5Q"f,5. ml? ' Sec. H'-.131.'...',:4.'4..'Q,."...".....' '...' ':.'..... ' """' yiq nr-,.::.,g,,-,, T' ' ,,.s-.a.i,as:s:e-..-:.1...-za--:.,2um-i-azv..- x.,,,,-.fiw1.unnr1a:xx'uunu1fanmu v W 'A I ul.-...III-I.- .. - - - .. - -.... 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' ' 1 441 -. , V gr, . . . 9 , K f 'P' ..n L GIRLS' LEAGUE CContinuea' from page 1445 The children were quite excited over Santa Claus, Lorraine Thaxton, and were more than delighted with the dolls and toys they received. The entire program, given by the Girls' League, was the second of its kind given by the group. However, many more dolls and toys were distributed this year than last. Hi-Jinx The annual Hi-Jinx was held in the auditorium on February 10. Besides a stunt from each of the groups, the G. A. A., Cabinet, and two girls presented separate acts. Everyone agreed that the Hi-Jinx was the best ever and as "Cal" said in the Anoranco about the only thing that could possibly have been missing from the pro- gram was one of Mr. Hedstrom's miraculous chemistry experiments. The Sewing Group, sponsored by lllrs. Tilton, won first prize-for the prettiest stunt. It was a lovely Valentine scene, with a huge heart, out of which stepped couples who danced the minuet- The Music Group, advised by Mrs. Roach and Miss Sharp, captured the other prize-for the funniest stunt. This was a novel act by girls imitating horses. The program was varied and interesting throughout the evening. Fashion Show Mrs. Tilton's clothing classes gave a most interesting fashion show on March 14 at three o'clock, presenting the new spring styles. All garments were made by the girls themselves. The mothers of all the girls were invited and were quite pleased with the lovely garments displayed. lwother and Daughter Banquet The upperclass girls gave their mothers a banquet in the school cafeteria in April. The affair was very jolly and gay, the second of its kind to be given at A. U. H. S. The custom was started last year when the Junior and Senior girls combined held a Mother and Daughter banquet- Girls' League Groups Orphan Group-Chairman: Lucille Vogle. The Orphan Group raised seventy-five dollars for the support of little Helen Randall, who, with the help of the Girl Reserves, took dona- V tion of food and clothing to the David and Margaret Home if at La Verne, and entertained Helen and her brother in their KX X homes during the holidays. Besides this, several of the girls 4, M made clothing for Helen. 'WH' W eThe Friendship Group held a very successful "Howdy Day" on jan. 18. This group welcomed new girls to the school by inviting them to their regular noon meeting the gf- ff last Thursday of every month and by giving the new girls of ' iiiiiibxiwwggioiz .E ' -. 5 ' .M ' A the school a party in April. Social Service-Chairman: Lorraine Thaxton This group initiated the idea of the orange and apple shower which was held CContinued on page 1501 BLUE l923 ooui One hundred forty-sm en 111' llllllllffll forty-right N 4 A'lSTS . 1 I -J 2 Q , , I Fi I A C Q N ,Q fx L 3 Ii. 1. 1' l ' 1' L ' R 'H A ...N rl ' I I ' IL ' if 24Y.'A'4'4vi'l4'A".-'ffl'4'A".'A 'A'2'4'.1'4vA'.A4.4' " 'AA' ' ' v vvv ,,,- ,,,, ,,.,. I .... A - -, .....-..,....- ,1,, - ,,,, - H? 1 Q Q MMU IT Y Q A I TE RE T Q A Q Q 1 I 0 i I OL SSIONB 1 QUALITY FIRST Q Q HLOCATED IN ANAHEIM 'HMANNED PRINCIPALLY BY ANAHEIM RESIDENTS TIOFFERING TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY THE CHOICEST IN MEAT PRODUCTS Q 11 ASKING OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY A WELL- IVIERITED SUPPORT if Ask Your Butcher for Old Mission Brand SOUTPTEEM MEAT COMPANY OUR PLANT IS ALWAYS OPEN FOR INSPECTION I uni-m-.uniun--nu-nn-.nu-un-nu1In-tml-nnim--nu-myinniuu-nu1uvu11.u1.1.1 BLUE l928 GOLD inniun im1nu1nu1nn1luv1usiu One hundred forty-nine , - -f 'fxxg i V 4 TTY in "---.. I :xl W ' ,, C2 f, TX"'+ gk A 1 I L T R E'e- L- O , . 'Q - ,AV L s eff: , ANIS. 're-.. g- xr' ,, it -fag . ca nf f .rs ,f L...-nr 'QL' 'Luv' yn., - , ' fs. ... A 'A'AvA'AVA'fA7.'A'L7.JIL?4Z'f..'TfI'1-"4."Lv..".vf'T.- 'A i ..'A'Ls'A2"..',.'4",'..4' "'4Z.'L.44.1v..-""" 1.2 GIRLS' LEAGUE fContinued from page 1475 before Christmas. The fruit was sent to the County Hospital and to Mrs. Price for use in Anaheim. They also sent one hundred thirty Christmas cards to the County Hospital and gave programs there. What To Do Group-Chairman: Madeline Moore The purpose of this group is to determine what vocation each girl is best suited for. Various reports and self-analysis charts are given by the girls. They also take short trips to different places of interest. Helping Faculty Group-Chairman: Faye Hunton This group has assisted the teachers whenever they ceould. Special meetings have been held in the evening and at section at which the girls gave reports on different vocations and presented a program. Courtesy Group-Chairman: Geneva Johnston The Courtesy Group at the beginning of the year entertained the women of the factulty and wives of the school board with a four o'clock tea- A very interesting program was provided by the girls Bulletin Board Group-Chairman: Adele Rundstrom This group of girls has been very faithful in keeping the bulletin board in the main hall supplied with new and interesting material. Music Group-Chairman: Marilouise Hall A new group formed this year, the Mfusic Group, has already become one of the most active of the League. On Christmas morning at 4:30 A. NI. the girls went carolingg for one of the Girls' League meetings they furnished an interesting program consisting of music and readingsg and toward the end of the school year they enter- tained their mothers. Poster Group-Chairman: Ellen Poyet Posters are supplied for all school activities by this group. The League idea of service to others is carried out by making posters for non-school functions also. Financial Group-Chairman: Arlene Quarton This group must raise at least S150 for the support of the League- Money this . year has been raised by securing movies, ticket selling for various school entertainments, selling candy at games, and a one-act play by the drama department. Sewing Group-Chairman: Luella Koptizke The purpose of this group, as the name shows, is to make garments for the orphan. hlany pretty little print dresses as well as other useful garments were made. Red Cross Group-Chairman: Irene Hylton The purpose of this newly organized group is to co-operate with the Anaheim Red Cross and study first aid. fr. BLUE 1928 ooum One hundred fifty I b u One hunzlrerl fifty-one Um' ,IlH!J1I'l'Il fifly-two Q Lf. di- 6. X. , x Las.-' . O x ,. 1 lx .- 'L L. Q' ' ., '32 K ,


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