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

 - Class of 1931

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Out of their needs have grown their primitive religious ceremonies and the fascinating Hopi arts. Our art theme faithfully portrays some character- istic bits of the Hopi life that so intrigued the early western pioneers. Gjoiifcrtfs In Menioriam Dedication Administration Classes Organizations Activities F catures 'Vlf 8M'lOV1.Cl'VVl cg' QW! ' Allen Illahan-CLASS OF 1933 Jllrs. Frances II. Roach-MEMBER or FAcL'LTv VVALTER SPAETH - - '13 MRS. EDNA MILLS CURTIS - '14 ALBERT MESSERSCHMIDT '14 NORMAN MAAIONNIER - '14 FRANK SCHACHT - - '15 .IULIAN HOLLABAUGH '16 CONRAD SCHNEIDER - '17 DORCAS NEFF FINDLEY - '17 ARTHUR F. 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'r r A' 4 .1 - Qfsid . rn m m i 5'- '-f f5.f'mEih3a.4 f ' ' "M. .fae,ff, " "1, .: P3511:5'fiKf.f?'j:f,,1-..- L fl .. ' ' r "1 1d1'-.1.1L:.QuLffL'.:,:"W- '71, -.xr . ,A .wr n -.': :. , -"law: Hmm' 1 " ,gsgm nz ii" " 'WY 7'1" W "1" 1 -I 1-"1" .xy -..q13'4:m'u1Im . Q C fx 1',llSSE'L3!A:.1:r.:ww'Agi2gr' 1 Y. 4 Y.F:.J1.,1mmw-1 ,,.x:9la":,u:fu'vr'M',:.nt'ml4s2-1urgxEw- 1:-u:7LA.:LL,v::1,4'xk:L.-,Lm!'xw. 'mm' ADMINISTRATI N A V' ,V Q 139' , :gen 'fri-F Q, ,, .K ,Q 'e wif 4 Q51 i f 'bg 1 mi" l MP5 ff 'Wf"1i PI:- :' E3- 5 w 311 1 B eb ,J MR. WM, ti XYAIUIGIA MR, .l. A. l'l.AYl11S MISS HELLA J. NVALKER Vice Principal Principal Vice Principal l"ACl l I,'l'Y ADMINISTRATION The chief administration oilicer in Anaheim Union High School is the principal. NVorking with him and under his immediate direction are the two vice principals, who also act as Dean of Boys and Dean of Girls respectively. The student affairs are handled chiefly by the Student Body of the high school, but the larger administrative affairs are directed through the principal's oflice. Among the things in this field are: making the school budgetg making the school program: the maintenance of buildings and groundsg keeping the curriculum up-tu- date and designed to meet the requirements of the state universityg providing a system of permanent records of all students in the high schoolg checking attendanceg adjust- ing programsg giving the parents information about the affairs of the school and particularly about the progress of their childreng conduct of inter-school activities such as athletics and debatesg supervision of instructiong registration of studentsg and sending transcripts to other schools. Page Seventeen vw' Y , ASSOt'lA'l'El1 S'l'UlJEN'I' HOIIY UOMMISSIONERS Mr. Clayes Mr. NVaibel Miss NValker Mrs. Peek Shoemaker Beebe Boege Huseh Jungkeit Summers Franz COMMISSION The Student Body Commission of A. U. H. S. is designed to cooperate with the studenls in securing the needs of the students that will benefit the student-body in general. The Commission is divided into various departments that cover every phase of school life. The Commissioners are students who are elected by the student body in recognition of their ability to understand and forsee the needs for the welfare of the students. During the past two semesters the Colonist Commission has accomplished much in the policy of the student body. The new dues system was introduced and passed by the commission. Considering the late date at which the system was established it met with a large measure of success. The Commission apportioned the amount of money to be spent in the school Circus. The Commission enforced the Anti- Fraternity rule very strictly. This group was ve1'y active in maintaining the reputation of A. l'. H. S. in good sportsmanship. Though the Commission was handicapped through lack of finances due to the new state ruling of securing funds from students it progressed very well and deserves credit for the work done The Commission in their meetings were always under the capable guidance of Bliss VValker and INIr. VVaibeI. At the time of going to press the student body election for next year's officers was being planned by the 1930-31 commission. Installing the new oflicers will be the last oflicial act of the commissioners, and they will leave ollice satished that the student body has supported them loyally in all their undertakings. Page Twenty ITEPOR'l'M1GN'1' COlN1Ml'l"I'lilG Miss XValkcr Schroeder ldilllldltl' l"l'iPdFi0lls Fallis Androus Ulewitt Iieebe DEPORTMENT COMMITTEE The Deportment Committee of A. U. H. S. was organized during the first s:- mester and accomplished much in the way of maintaining an excellent citizenship standing among the students. The Committee is made up of students who are interested in maintaining a high standard of deportment and who are willing to work to achieve this result. This Committee is headed by the Vice President of the Student Body. The remainder of the Committee is made up of two members of each class. This year's committee was advised by Miss NValker and should be recognized for the excellent work accomplished. The deportment committee has proven to be a valuable part of the student gov- ernment at Anaheim Union High School. The existence of the committee is not considered as a constant threat to wrong- doers, but rather a group who have the desire to assist all students in good campus citizenship. So efiiciently have they functioned, and so well have the students supported them that practically all of the cases coming under the oliicial action of the committee have been of the distinctly minor variety. The students generally feel that the administration of these deportment problems by fellowfstudents is an aid to resourcefulness and good self-government. The deportment committee this year has kept up-to-date in its practice by con- stant alertness and contact with student government in other schools in Southern Cal- ifornia. Page Twenty-one Lf1f'Qfff Mauerhan Ferris Nichols Havgood MVS- Sffhlllz GIRLS' LEAGUE Prexiflmzt ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,......,,,......,. ,..... C I RACE AIAUERHAN Vive Prrsizlezzt .... .............. l DATRICIA FERRIS Swrrnzry ,.,.,.,. ,...... C r1,xR1,oTTis Havooon Trnn-urer ,,,, ....A... I ,ORETTA NICHOLS Allvisfll' .........A...,,,....,,.,,,,,,..,........................................ Mus. Sclumz It has been eleven years since this organization was first begun. Its purpose was to create cooperation and a closer tie among the girls of Anaheim Union High School. Every girl automatically belongs. Also, every girl has her choice of belonging to one of twelve different groups. These groups are each concerned with certain definite duties, and as a result the work of the Girls' League has been evenly divided and the girls have more opportunity for individuality. This has been the fifth successful year of Uniform Dress. lnstead of the Uni- form Uress Committee of former years, lllrs. Schulz, our able adviser, undertook the responsibility of seeing that the girls were in uniforms. The girls have proven to themselves the value of this practice time and again, so they have cooperated with lN'Irs. Schulz very nicely. At the beginning of the school year, each Senior girl was given the names of two freshmen girls who were to be her little sisters. On registration day, the Little Sis- ters were entertained by the Big Sisters at a dinner in the cafeteria, introduced to their teachers, and shown their classrooms. The Drama Uepartment has presented many very interesting plays before the Girls' League throughout the year. Through the courtesy of Falkenstein's, a fashion show was presented to us and the girls derived both benefit and pleasure from it. A unique feature was presented this year in the form of a cake-baking contest. The girls were all urged to enter a cake, baked entirely by themselves. The contest was sponsored by the Southern Counties Gas Company. There were eleven prizes offered. After the judging, the cakes were sold, and the proceeds went to the Girls' League treasury. Several students from the University of Southern California visited the girls and told them of college life. The Senior girls were especially interested and were later given the opportunity to talk with the visitors at a tea given by the Hostess group. Page Twenty-two X . I K ln' fI.f-1 !'mJNl.c" .hrwf N I H- J 'fn nuwf f'l1"rllf'w1'n' vaplvfx I1 flu jm.'f'K1 u"1rlfrl4 1 ff' MIX ffflfmlfn-. f lmfmll -'ufw ximian 4fH4'r 4 nu ef Un- nn.-sf P :Li ilu!!! 1111 THE BLUE AND GOLD Rlle y Ferris Cloud Rockwell Hylton N elson Schroeder Mr. Waibel SENIOR CLASS Presulen t ........ ........................................ Vice President ...... Seerelary ........ Treasurer . ........STAN RILEY .............IRENE HYLTON .........BERTHYLE NELSON ........PATRICIA FERRIS Committee on Committees Rulh Ror,l'u'ell, Lorena Schroeder, Loren Cloud Class Colors Red and White Class Motto "Life Is What We Make It." Class Advisers Chief f1I1'U1Sl'I' ....... ....................... M R. WILLIAM C. WAIBEL MR. J. A. CLAYES MIss BELLA J. WALKER MR. JOHN B. KENNEDY MR. CHARLES H. RINEHAR1' MRs. FAYE KERN ScHuI,z Mlss DORA GENE GOLDER Mlss MADELINE CONOVER MR. JACOB L. VAN DER VEER MR. EDWARD F. KROUTIL MR. BEN W. CARPENTER Page Twenty-three AMSPUKER, l,Ul'lSlZ l,alin Club '28, '29, '30, 'illi Honor Sorivly '2!l: l'0lIllll4'I'Cl1ll Club '29, '30, '3l: Girls' lA'Hl.flltf Cabinc-I '30, Te-nnis '30, '31, Annual Staff '311 G. A. A. '31. BAKER, IXIARJURIIZ . Oporvlta '31, Se-nior Glvf- '31, f'0lTlII1l'I'f'llll Club '305 Cantala '31, J BATH, FREl5,.ilx' H n r snfldy '2x, '29, vU1y"fEi'e-s. '30, '31I A l lisp' Club '28, '29. '3 .f 312 R.0.fl.Il, '30, ,'3 , Hi-Y '31, A Club V29. '30, '3lC Football jj C '23, '29, li '31, Bas- ke-lball D '29, C '30, ll '31: 'I'rac'k ll '30, Var- sily '31, S1-nior Play '31, .lunior Play '30, Studvnl Rody Yi-ll lmiirivi' '30, Oratoriral Conti-sl '31. lilzmus, lllARSHAlJ. Football Captain C 2 15 '30, Varsity ' 3 liaske-lball 17 '28, l '29, Varsity '30, '31, llasm-- ball ll '29, Varslly '30, '31C Ili-Y '29, '30, '31, Glo-0 Club Vim- Prvsi- de-nl '29: li.O.G.lJ, '30, A Club '23, '29, V100 Prvsidc-nl '30, '31, Yivv Prvs. Studs-nl Ilody 312 Junior Play '30, S4-nior Play '31, llE'rzsoi,im, lznN.x Anor:lnr'0 Staff '30, '31: Parrot Cagi- '30, '31, Vnllo-ybglll 'gp lfli .links '28, '30, I 1 W THE BLUE AND GOLD ,- 2 Ill Ki. JlR'I'Hl'R, llu' -rf-rl frmn Nvw f Xnrk in '30. ' ball '30, '31, Ilasf-bali X 'll li uk ll: l7l'ZllIl2l Club 'illi A Club 'Zim l uulllill S0 F lint: . rf.. . ' llaskvr- llivru. l"R,xNK C lfuolluall '29, '30I ':sk4-1 : . . l my -1 . v Captain '30 I. 31. ll In bill fx P9 1 ' ' 'ark in ll '41 1 Fi "N '29' 1' "lu N . . . i 2 'arsl- lv '31I I! Ram-ball 29. 30: Varsity luflmn' '3l: lland 29, 30 tr-i "SV Nluzart Club ll X tlub 'N 'fl I 1 2 Orvlws- 21, ..., '30 "ll' Ili-Y '31 lg,ll'Xl, X iikifxx Glw- l'lllli '29 Nlinslri-l '29, f,llCl'4'll!l "I ftlllllll flub P0 . 1,. , , I 1 Z N11-ll'u 1 -. '30, '3l. Sl'K'l'!'l'lI'Y '31' lute-rnatimial Club '31, l3i5N:sux, XVINUN,-X Girl lim-svl'Vv '23, '29, '30, 'l'rn-asure-r '3I: 11. A.A, '29, '30, "ll: l,aliu Club '29, lhiskvtball "l. 30, .lll Ynlla-ylulll '79 Jn il lf llm'k4-v ...L 30, 31. l,.i:-:ball "I Z0 il I xo lll:l'll'l'l illl1'11C1!lllt'4' in lfllgll Svlio , . '25 ol. ,' -a rs llmzmf, Nu2Ls lfuolball '30, '3lZ Golf .un H4-v '-fx lli-Yjll 'ill-1-iifiipi - Cl li "N u ..1, . '., Ju. 3 A VII 1' in G ik" '31, Con. i e-nf - l'f' .' 'I tins A 0 M, -35. '29, '30, '3f: Jun- ifll' l'lIlY '306 Senior I'l'lv '31 1 , . .. , Page Twenty-four THE BLUE AND GOLD t Bovo, VIVIAN Glee Club '28, Operet- ta '28, Commercial ClIIb '29, '30, Drama Club '31, Notan Club '28, Musiral Comedy '30, Minstrel Show '28, 'g f'QLQ,,L BRL Ns, HELEN Glee Club '29, Operet- ta, '29, Secretary ot lfreneh Club '30, Mod- ern Language Club '31, BUSHINIAN, MA I-IA Baseball '28, y- ball '28, Tenl ' '30, '31, Conunerc' Club '30, Hi Jinx ' CARPENTER, LI'cII.E Entered Anaheim Hi f I' o In Huntington lieaeli Hi in '30, Com- merrial Club '30, 'I'1-n- nis '29, Sewing: Club '29, Spanish Club '28, ,. CLASBEY1 IJOROTHY - Hoekey '28: I-li Jinx '28, Glen' Club '29, '31, Commercial Club '30, Drama Club '31, Op- eretta '29, '31, Heigh 1-lo '30, School Circus '31, Senior Play '31, l I lil ' BRENNER, c3EORGE Art ClIIb '31, Stage '31, Commercial Club '29, '30, Operetta '3l: Christmas Play '31: Glee Club Vice Presi' dent '31, B USCH, NORA Sec. Student Body '31' Seeretary Junior Class '30: G.A,A. '29, '30, Secretary '31, Annual Staff '31, Block A '30. '31, Commercial Club '30, '31, Basketball '29, '30, Varsity '31, Vol- eyball '29, '30, Varsity '31, Hockey '29, '30, ars ty '31, Baseball '28, '29, Varsity '30, 31, Captain '28, '30, CARMACK, VIRGINIA Volleyball '28, '29, '30, Hockey '27, '28, Var- sity '29, '30, Baseball '27, '28, '29, '30, Ten- nis '29, '3UZ Swimming '28, '29, and Manager '30, G. A. A. '27, '28, 29, '30, Girl Reserves '28, '29, '30, Latin Club '29, Commercial Club '30, Circus '31, Anoranco Staff '31, Annual Staff '31. v ter t m B, U, CHM M5871 M z E " ratori- f' an t '31, Circus LO un, LoREN Spanish' Club '29, '30, President '31, Modern Language Club Presi- dent '31: Football H '30, '31, Basketball I-I '30, '31, Varsity Track '31, R.O.G,D, '30, '31, A Club '30, '31, Junior Play '30, Senior Play '31: Senior Committee on Committees '31, Page Twenty- five 'J fl U1 fi Q AVVLMX, L' l l CONLIFFE, EDNA Operetta '30, '31, Can- tata '31, Glee Club '30, '31, Cluss, SHuu.EY Entered from La Cum- bre Jr. Hi Santa Bar- bara ln '28: Swimming '81, Latin Club '28, '29, 4, f 'Treasurer '30, '31: ' Girl Reserves '28, '29, '30, '31, Honor Society ' '28, '29, '30, Vice Pres- ident '31, Circus '31, Oratorlcal Contest '31, Operetta '30, Orches- tra. '28, '29, '30, '31, Mozart Orchestra '30, '31, Annual Staff '31, CURKAN, VIOLET Junior Glee Club '29, Volleyball '30, Base- ball '30: Hockey '30, Commercial Cl b '30. Algfi! DMT. EVELYN Entered from Glad- brook, Iowa '30, X. 7:75 ,X I Jxg- 'JA Ari Vi, DOANE, HAROLD Entered from Alham- bra '30, Band '31, Or- chestra '31. ,f ,, 1 ' , fs- 1,4 ' 7-J" ij'-54 f-1:11 THE BLUE AND GOLD p Z- K CRAIG. YVELTON Basketball D '28, 29, C '31, Football C '29s Track '29, '30, '31, Base-ball '30. CULLER, EUGENE ered Anaheim Hi 'V rom Bakersfield in '29, I3 Track Manager y '20, Varsity Haskel- S hall '31, Hi-Y Club '31, Commercial Club '20, '30, '31, Latin Club '29, '30, '31, A Club '30, '31. DAHNKE, EST:-nan Entered Anaheim in '30 from Chawchilla High. Baseball '28, '29, '30, Volley Ball '28, '29, '30, Commer- cial Club '29, '30. EAN. ROBERT C Football '29, B Baseball '30, Art Club '29, '30, A Club '29, '30, '31, Operetta '31, Hi- Y '30. Doi-IM, CARL Hi Y '28, '29, '30, '31, Commercial Club '30, Basketball Manager '31 Page Twenty-six 1,011 M, KATH sam E Girl Reserves '28, '29, '30, '31 : Anorunco Staff '30. '31, Editor in vhie-l' '3l: Green Ls:- nlon '30, '3l: Hi .linx '28, '30C OI'iL10l'lt'ill Contest '31, Annual '31, lsnskotlmll '31: Volleyball '31, Hovkey '28, '3l: l':irrots Cage '30, '31. Dknws, ERNST Music Club '28, Com merciul Club '30. ., EATON. ,IQHN 'rennis '29, '30: 'l'I'110k '31, Handball '31: Connnurciul Club '31C Glee Club '31: ltiusicgvq Club '29, Christmas Cantata '31, Hi-Y '31. Flzluus, PATRICIA Entered from St. J0- seph Academy '30, G. A.A. '30, '31, Basket- ball '30, '3l: Volley- bull '30, '31, Hockey '30, '31, Baseball '30. '31, Varsity: Oper-xttzl '30, '31: Glee Club '30, '31, 'I'l'92lSlll'0l' Seniofl tl Nl 7 u , Vice I'l'l'."- dei League '3l: Pr: Colnine-rl-i:1l Ulu bong Leader '31, Annual Staff '31. FORSYTH, ELOISE Glee Club '29, '31: Op- eretta '29, '30, '3lg Minstrel Show "29: Circus '31, THE BLUE AND GOLD K DOUGAN, EDGAR B Football '28, '29, Basketball B '28, '29, Captain '30, Varsity '31, Hi-Y '31g A Club '28 '29 '30 "lr Or chestra' '30,' '3'l.' D DYCKIXIAN, AWRENCE Football '28, '29: Base- Pall '28, '30: A Club '30, '313 Hi-Y '29, '30, '31, Arr Club '30, '31, Drama Club '31, 5 FELTON, LEOLA Entered from Monro- via Hi in '29, Circus :31I Musical Comedy 30: Operetta '30, '31g Glee Club '30, '31g awe' Qw- : om Club 'al' mercial Dc bfi' FISCHLE, RICHARD Football '28, '29, '30, '31: Band '29, '30, '31: Baseball '28, '30, A Club '28, '29, '30, '31: Hi-Y '30, '31. .fffww FRIEDRICHS, NORMAN Entered from Bloom- field HI in '29: Com- mercial Club '30: Na- tional Oratorical Con- test '311 Department Committee '31, Hi-Y '31, Page Twenty-seven FLYLFER, Onnssni llaskvtball '28, '29, Vollr-y Ball '28, '23, Baseball '28, '29' Drama Club '31, Gle-fs Club '28, '29, '30, '31, Ops-rotta '28, '29, '30, '3iC Dllllillv Quant:-tto '30, '313 Cantata '30, '31, Voval Club '31: Circus '31, '30, GRAY, Al,BERT Y 'Fvnnis '27, '29: am-r '30: Assial.-ant iVi1ll'lIlKf'i' ii Foot ia 1 '30g Spanirti bib! '29. '30 '31' lt' fl ' Clui . .n, i ' 2 ' V X jf X ,Lf 1 Gnuvilvi, CORINNE Gvrman Club '29, '30, '31, S+-crvtary '29. Prvsiilvnt '3.1: Com- mercial Club '30g 'l'vn- nis Club '30, lntvr- national ilziiigiizigc- Club '31: Socrvtary- Trva SllI'l'l' '31 . HAPGUOD. CHARLOTT . Drarna Club '31: .lun- Play '30, He-iirh H0 im' '30, Christmas Canta - t"30, '3l: Opfsri-ila '29, '31, Glu- Club '29, '31, Minstrffl Show '29: Double Quartz-ttv '29, '30: Comnwrr-ial Club '30: Girl Rvsbr- VPS '28, '29, '30, '3l: Scwrvtary Girls' ima- mu- '31, Hi Jinx '28: Cirrus '31, Svnior Progra in '31 . HoRToN. DONALD Anoranvn Staff '30, '31 Gros-n in-mon 'Zi1: Notan Club '30, '31 Stage Crow '30, '31. ,V X A 1 fi. THE BLUE AND GOLD E i 1 i l 1 1 GASTUN. 1CI.EAN'iR Fashion Nhfiw 'i'8, ll' .I' ' '28, l'0mmf-rcial lil '30, '31, GREEN. iVn,nA Spanish Club '29, '30: Uniform Dre-ss Board: Christmas Program '29: Honor Sncivty '29: ihythm '30: Operetta 30: .lunior Class Ditvli Day Program '30, An- nual Staff '31: C rrus '3l: Morivrn 1,anp.:uagn- Club '3l. yi ANNAH, Inns Lv Corel? Franvais '27, '28, '29, '31: Notan Club '27, '28, '29, '31: Commercial Club '31. Hum. FRANCES Spanish Club '29, '30I M 0 ri v r n l,ain,:uagv Club '31: Comme-ri-ial Club '303 Sl'f'l'5'i!lI'j' '31, Hi .linx '2ig Cir- vus '3lg Up:-rvtla '3 3 Oranngrv County Typ- ing Conti-st At Ornmxa- '30, '31, HOSKINS. XkRNA G, A. A. 29, '30, '31, Hi .l'ix 283 Girl Rf" svrvv '29, '30, 313 mi. ii zx, '29, '30, '3 Iillskfftliall '29, , '3l: Hockey '29. 3 , '31Z Vollvyhall '28. '29. '30C Varsity '31: Tennis '31, Page Twenty-Eight L lass Vice Pl esld " , " , '3lZ Com sion '30: Glee '29 '30 '31 ' C l-lvLToN. IRENE Honor Society '25, ' I ' '. ' 1 ZX Z9 m n n v V- '29, '30. '3l2 OPEN' '29, '30, '31, .lui Play '30: Pres. Dru Club '3lC Volleyb Baseball. H o c k e Basketball '29, '30, 'Q Annual staff '31. Cl A. I l 1 -IAGGERS, PEARL Entq-red Ahiihfllll from Hoxie High A kansas in '29, G Reserves '29, '30: O eretta '30: Comme cial Club '30, 'Z Senior Play '31p R. G. D. -IoHNsoN, PEGGY Entered from Al meda. Hi in '29, Te nis Club '29, '30: Cor m e r cial Club 'I' French Club '29, juNoKE1T, PAUL Annual Staff Comm. of Boys Ath tics '31: Class Trea '30g De portme Comm. '30: Football -28, B '29, Varsity '14 Basketball C '28, B " Mgr. '30. Varsity '3 Baseball '28' '29' 'Ii '31: Track '29, '30, '3 Orchestra '31: Bar '28, '29, '30: Germs Club '29, '30, '31: Club '28, '29, '30' '3 Hi Y '28, '29: Hi KAMRATH, ESTHER Commercial Club '3 '31: Secretary-Trea: urer '30, THE BLUE AND GOLD jo IHARA, LILLIAN G. A. A. '30, '31: Spanish Club '30, '3 1 Domecon Club '31: Baseball '29, '30, '3l: Hasketlxall '31, Yolley Ball '29, '31: Hockey '31, Swimming '3lg Commercial Club '30g Annual Staff '31. ,lon NsoN, ESTH ER Entered from River- side Poly Hi in '30: Classic Club '30, '31g Drama '31, NES. IXERMIT Varsity Baseball '28, '29, '30, '31: Captain '30: Varsity Football '29. '30, Captain 'Sig A Cluh '28, '30, '31g Negro Minstrel '29g Boys Glee Club '29: Operetta '29, Drama Club '31: Junior Play '30, Senior Play '31, KAMRATH, ESTELLA Basketball '285 Senfgr Glee Club '31: Cama- ta '31: Operetta. '31, , 1 KAY, ELLEN Rhylhm '30, '3l: Com- mercial Club '30g Vice Presfdent '31: R. 0. G. D. '31: Senior Play '31: Musical Comedy '30, Operetta '30, Cir- Cu '31 1" 1 l l K if 1 Page Twenty-nine M i KLAUS, OLGA . 1' German Club '29, Pre-- sldent '30: Orchestra '30, Domecon Club '31, LAMB, SHIRLEY Freshman Capt. as- kethall T am '27C Freshman m- mlng Telam ' 3 Jinx -'2 3 Minst e Show 8: 'L0perc-Ita '2 - slflub '28, ramalC :lv '31: Com- e C Ilb '29, '30: P19J'29: Girl Re- serves '27, '28, Lisnroan, GRACE Fashion Show '28, Hi Jinx '28, Anoraneo Staff '30. '31, Parrot Cage '30, '31, Green Lemon Staff '30, '31, Annual Staff '31. I S LEWIS, DICK '30, '31: uh '3I. K . X THE BLUE AND GOLD I I IAIIOURDETTE, MARII: Spanish l'luh '29, '30, Modern l1:IIIgIIage- '31, G.A.A, '23, '29, Unin- mercial Club '29, '30, '311 lg?lSPllllll '28, Vol- Ieylmll '292 l'h0l0Kl'Zl- phy '31, LARIUNT, VIC Art Cum '29, '30, '3l2 Stage Crew '29, '30, '31, U Ask I 'ly L5l.x4:,II1Im, sl' CK J Rotiwned Bal- XJ lard Hi ' atlle, YVilSl1- ' ing! in '30, Art ' 'Fl 29. '31, Stage ' C ' '29, '31, f LQNG, EDVVARD Orrlie-stra '27, '28, '29. '303 Print Shop '29, '30. Heigh H0 ' 9: LUND, ARNOLIJ Football '28, '29, '30, '31, Basketball '29, '30, '31: Baseball '28, '29, '30, '31, Glee Club '3l: Operetta '31, A Clulu '29, '30, '31, Parrot Cage '29C Track '30, Orchestra '28, '29, '30, Swimming '28, '29, Quartet '31, llICCL'l,I,0CH, I'IzRN G, A, A. '29, '30, 315 Hi .linx '28, Ras- 'lvall '28, '29, '30, .M9r1J'3I, vom-y Hull '28, '29, Caplain '30 :Ind '31: Hockey '29, '30, '31Z liziselmll '29, '30, '31, Girls Tumlmh-rs '31: Com- I nie-rr-ial Vluli '30, Up- I eretla '27. I ,,,, I Page Thirty MARSCHALL, HILVA Entered from Clear Lake Hi in '31, Can- tata '31, Operetta '31, Glee Club '31, Girl Reserves '31, Circus '31, BIEGER, RUTH German Club '29, '30, Commercial Club '30: Vocal Club '30, Inter- national Club '31. Moon, CLIFF Entered from Orange Hi in '28, Football '28, '29, '30, '31, Baseball '28, '29, A Club '28, '29, '30, '31, Junior Class Committee on Committees '29, Anor- anco Staff '28, '29, '30 '31, Parrot Cage '28, '29, '30, '313 Commer- cial Club '31: Green Lemon Staff '29, '31. IYIOTT, HELEN Basketball '28, '29, '30, Varsity '31, Volleyball '30, Varsity '31, Hock- ey '29, '30, Varsity '31, Varsity Baseball '28, '29, '30, '31, Tennis '31, Orchestra '28, '29, '30, '31, G. A, A, '28, '29, '30, '31, lt 't Orchestral '29, ' 1: lziatin Club '29, ' cus NELSON, BERTHYLE Pres. County Scholar- ship Fr-rl.: Honor Sn. '28, '29, Vice Pros. '30, Sec. '31, Girl Reserve 'lj . , ,. ,1 G I 28, 29, 30, 3, . . A. '28, '29, Latin Club '28, '29, Vice Pres. '30, Pros. '31, Class Sec. '29, '31, Sec. Girls' Lear-rue: Operetta '28, '29, '30, Mozart '31, Annual Staff '31, Cir- cus '31: Hi Jinx '28. N MAUERHAN, GRACE Entered from Red- lands Hi in '30, Girl Reserves '30, Presl- dent '31, Girls' League President '31, French Club '30, '31, G.A, A. '30, '31, Operetta '31, Basketball '30, '31, Volley Ball '30, '31, Hockey '30, '31, Base- Ilgzfll '30, '315 Glee Club 1 M6 742006 Track B '30, '31, R. O. T. C. First Class Private Honor Cadet '31, Band '28, '29, '30, '31, A Club '30, '31, Commercial Club. Moiuus, VIRGINIA Orchestra '28, Com- mercial Club '30, Fas- hion Show '28, Dress Commit 30, Typing Con 3 LIYERS, ROWLAND Football '29, '30, '31, Basketball '28, '29, Track '28, Captain Class C '29, '31, A Club '28, '29, '30, '31, Spanish Club '29, Junior Hi Y '29, Vice president: Hl Y '30, Vice President '31, Honor Society '29, '31, Toastmasters' Orator- ical Contest '31, NIGHTINGALE, JOE Entered from Santa, Maria Union Hi '31, Basketball '31, Base- ball '31, 0 ' . 1,-,I - ' f Page Thirty-one e L-, ff I 'I f PAxToN, WILLARD Band '27, '28, Entered from Chino Vocational in '31 A U H '4 '27 '28, dlll"29, ai Lcihlml so, A. U. H. s. 31. PizTERsoN, CARLTCIN A vim, -2:4 '20 'io '31, lfootliall '28, '29, '30, '31, lsaskmiilli '2-0. '30, '3l: Track '30C Orchestra '29, '30. l'u2RsoN, INADALE Entered from Crocker Junigr Hi San Frzih- cisco in '29, Comnier- cial Club '30, '3l2 Spanish Club '302 M 0 d e r n Language Club '31: Rhythm '30, Annual Staff '3l. 1 f' fi f 1 f I lkff fl POLHEMUS, EVELYN r ' ,. , . vu Basketball 22030, 5 Hockey '29, '30, Class Manage! 351: Volley Ball '21 , '31, Base- l' ball '28, '29. '30, '31I Tennis '29. '31, Notzm Clgbp'28, '29,, Secre' tary '30, Girl Reserves '2x,"29, -'30, '31, G. A. A. '29, '30, '31, R. O. G. D. '31, Secretary- Treasurer. 1' 1 I. I 4 .f , Lommerclal Llub. 29, -PKOFFER, EVELYN ' ,JSpanish Club '30, '31, V THE BLUE AND GOLD P1zi1'zKiz, DONALD Latin Club '29, '30, Junior Hi Y '28, '20, Commercial Club '31, Hi-Y '30, '31. TN if limi., IJOROTHY Notan Club '30, '31, "J Girl Reserves '28, '29, Q '30, '31, Stage Lrall '30, POHLMANN, SHERRILI. Varsity lfootluill Mun- :iger '29, '30, H Foot- liull '29, 15 Busketlmll '23Q Varsity Baskei- ball Manager '29, '30, Band '28, '29, '30, 'lil' A Club '29, '30, '31, ' I' 1 ,I I , PORTER, Football " 30, Hi Y '30, '31, unior Hi Y '28, '29, Circus '31, A Chili '29, '30, RANlJ1XLI., M12LviN Operetta '29, '30, Gleo Club '29, '30, R. O. T. C. '31, K. O. G. D. '31: Senior Play '31, Hi Ho '30, '31, Operetta '30, . , - Baseball '28, Modern 1 go' CCh'E'g3g'l':etR',3?j Language Llub 31. K C2l5ristmas Program ' , . 3 I OJ ..-f 1 4 Page Thirty-two li' ,wa RASM L'SSEN. IDURIS Commercial Club '30, Rll.EX', STAN A Club '2N, '29, Pres. '30, '31, lfootbull '!9. '30, '31, liuskt-llmzill '29, '30, ':n: 'lu'-:ICR uw, '31, linsvblill '23, '29, '30, '31, Class Pr:-s. '3l: Vive Pros. '30, Com. Boys' Athletics '302 K'0lllllltEl'l'llll Club '30, Class Play '30, '31, Hi Y '30, '31, R.O.G.1J. '30, '31, Rockwnu., RUTH Sc Sc Com. Girls' Athletics: Class Treas. '29, Class Com, '31, Sec. Glee Club '31, Spanish Club '29, Commercial Club '30, '31, Girl Reserves '28, '29, '30, '31, G.A. A '28 '29 '30 '31- Drama Club '31, Op- eretta '23, '30, '31, Senior 1'luy '31, Rus- kvllvzlll '29, '30, Yau'- Siiy '3lC Volleyball '28, '29, '30, '31, Hoc- key, Baseball, Tennis '29, '31. HINDLER, ROLAND Commercial Club '31, Stage '31, K,- .KYXWLL .X Q is HwARTz, HERTA Entered from Perkins County High, Grunt, Nebraska in '28, Can- tata '30, Operetta. '30, President Junior Glee '28. '29, Commercial Club '30, '31. x 'S THE BLUE AND GOLD il REED, JOHN Hi-Y '31, 1 . I I' ti OBERTS. LEONA Operetta. '28, '29, '30, Christmas C a n t a ta '30, Minstrel Show '29, Commercial Club '30, Music Club '29, '30' Glee Club '2x, '29, '30, Musical Comedy '29, Hi Jinx '28. SANDER, ARTHUR Sc Ss x ff! B Basketball Manager '31, Photography '31. HROEDER, LORENA Basketball '28, '29. Varsity '30, '31, Vol- leyball '28, '29,V30, '31, Hockey '29. '30, '313 Baseball -'28,w '29, '30, '31, G.A.A. '29, Asst. Sec.-Treas. '30, Pres. '3, Notan Club '29. T as. '30, '315German ,lub Pres. '29, Class Comm. '31, Annual Staff '31, Department Com. '31, Block A Club '30, '31, . Q . -Q S1-IEA, FRANCYS Entered from Fuller: ton in '28, Basketball '28, '29: Volley Ball' '28, '29, Hockey '28, '29, Captain '28, Base-' ball '28, '29, Swim- ming '28, '29, G. A. A. '28, '29, '30, Girl Igeserves '28, '29, '30, ' 1. '23 Page Thirty-three 9 ni' .r. I SHOEMAKER, JOHN Student ll Presi- dent ' , 14 or Illum- and I-51 ' , Assist,- ant ' J ,I H ue and Gold ' : resident Fresh Class '28, Trac 9. '30, '31, H Footl '28, '29, Man- ager crlool Circus '31, I SPIEYMAN. c1RACE O er a '28, '29, G11-0 '29, Notan Club " , 29, '30, '31, frll'1 Res, es '28, '30, '31, Minst glow '29, Comme "i Club '30, '31, Gree L e m on Staff '29, ', 4 STROUP, 1 Not: C b ' . 0, '31, S' '31, ' , aft '3 1. SWEENEY. EVELYN Ent-red from Quinf-y Hi, Boston Massach- usetts in '31, Latin Club '31, Drama '31, 'I ABER, VERNA Basketball '28, '29, '30, '31 Varsity, Volley- liall '30, '31, Tennis '31, Hockey '28, '29, Varsity '30. '31, Man- ager '31, Baseball '29, '3 f"1tRlI'l A. A. '29, '30, '31 i THE BLUE AND GOLD Tig., '30, 1, ,.p '29, .3l: Block A Civ? Reserves '28, . , Craft. Su-ui,i.iNG, f2RA Spanish t'1ub '29, '30, '31, Modern Laiuruaurn- t'lub '312 G. A A, '28, '29, '30, '31, GR Zh 1 -.1 '29, '30, 31: llasketllall '2R, '29, '30, ke-y '25, '29, Yollc-y liall '30, Captain uis '29, '31: Commer- c-ial Club '30,. '31, Hoe- "l0 '3l' -ba' 'znf '31, Ten- STRICKLAND, IRNA Entered from San .lzwinlo in '30, Com- mereial Club '30, '31, K , Q X.. x,, '.. SLIMMERS, Annu: 00111. Silfvly and lvel- fare '31, Annual Staff '31, Ii.0.G.D, '31, Bas- ketball '28, '29, '30, Ni-rr. '3l: Volleyball '23, '29. '30, Varsity '31, Hockey '28, '29, G.A.A. '28, '29, '30, '31 X, Z '3U. '31, Tennis '30, '31, : Latin Club '28 29. '31, Operetfa. '28, '30, '31: Cantata '30, '31Z Double Quartette '31, lllock A Club '29 '30, '31, circus '31, " SWEENEY, KEVIN l'1lll4'r4-fl 1"Jlll Quint-y 1,111 Masaehu- 94-tv lll '31, Latin 011 1 'fill Svvrelary, jfziqll' 'P+-am '31, Drama 1 Emfoim, HARVEY Varsity Footlmll '29, '30, Varsity A Club '29, '30, '31Z Commer- cial Club '30, '31, .A J' Page Thirty-four ff J Lv-'V X, f 6 K 0 Nutun Club '29, '30, R. 1 'l'l2M1'I.lz'1'oN. ll .lm in llluta-rm-ti l'r F1 vr- lun in ' J' lzxskv bull '30, ' Vnllvybzill '29, '31, 'IHJ llnckvy '29, '3 , '31, Svvunll Vauxuy Horkvy '29, 'llllf lizise-bull '30, 'Sill Ntiltlll Club 'llllg Se-vrv- lnry 'ISII G. A. A. '30, 'illi Girl livse'l'Vvs 'Eli tmrninvrciul Club '30, 'illz Stnrxv C1-nfl '30, '31, NV.-xl,Kl2R. CARVER 1' l"oulb:ill '29, ll l"ootb:lll '30, Yursity lfootlmll 'Zil: Iluntl '29, '30, '3l: Uwlu-sli':i 'IHC l'UIIll1l0l'l'lIll Club '30: A Uluh '29. '30, '31. X f f fl 9,471-4' . L.- sf WALLICK, lxi.A1NE liuskotbnll, V 0 ll 1' y Hull, Hovkvyg G. A. A., Cbristinus Canin- tgig Opurvttzig Cirrus. X ff Szq-W7 s, S Z, lv f C l 0 Dmsiafl f f Jo, -ww VV Al,l,m', LESTER E ill-rvtl Ilroni I Saintzi fl Amt 1'ulV 1 l 1 x l Qu u .1 f 0 .Z NVu.nc Q IQTI-im. 7 nnnl-rcizil Club '30: t O. G. D. '30, '3l: Mus- ivnl Colm-dy '30: Hon- or Socivty '31. X... I N.: THE BLUE AND GOLD 4 , Hi :ti 31, Glp- t'lul,C 1 wp-vt lu: 'yr :UE f Sw 1 ' ll: Twmcs, DALE Hand 'ZNI Orclwrlrzi '2fl. '30Z Mozart '29, '30, Sax Qtxzirtvt '28, "0 .27 . f Nfqfix " ' ffl- 412 . , NVAi.1.AcE, M11,ToN Hi x' 'su 2 Nlozurt '28, 803 Hand '27, '23, '29 '29, 30: Urvlivstru '22l '29, 30, '3l. XVATTS, VVILMA Lutin Club '29, '30g Vice President '31, Honor Society '31 ' Glue Club '30, , 'Fvnnis Club '30, Opm-- vllu '3l: Girl Resvrves '3U. '31 I Christmas l'l'UfJ,'l'?llll '31, '3ll l J! f .1 XVHZHE, ARNOLD Gt-rnmn Club '30. My IRE. KENNETH Band '29, '30, '31, Or- :-hestra '29, '30, '31, Mozart Orchestra '30, '31, First SHUT Sm'- p-gant Military Band ' 1. Page Thirty-five 1 x f . if XVJIKJIDINGTKJN, FRANK , Entvre-cl from Samtzi Ann 'ZSC Ifoollmll '29, '30, 'Cllg 'l'rzu'k '28, '29: A Club '30, '3lg Anor- :mvu Stull' '29, '30, '3l: l':irr0l i':ip.:4- '29, '30, '31, Yl?I.I,IS, 'l'Hm1,fxs linta-rvcl from Ulmffcy in '29, Stage- Crm-w '3l3 Print Shop '29, Photo- graphy. N THE BLUE AND GOLD J YLBR, EUNICE livnch l'0ly Hi in '30. Buskvthull '30, '31, Hockey '28, '30, '3l: Baseball '30, '3l: Girl Rvservvs '30, '3l: Conmwrciul Club '1!0I Opvrettu '31: Uantzi- tu 'fill Tvnnis '31, ZEPPENFELD, ESTHER Nolan Club '29, '30, '31: Girl Reserves '28, N f Craft '30, '31. vc, Page Thirty-six Ile-s-litweti from Long' '29, '30, '311 Stage- THE BLUE AND GOLD Amspoker Hath lioego Criss Ferris Green Hylton Mauerhan Myers Nelson -' Rockwell XVatts SENIOR HONORS The twelve seniors included in the scholastic honor list are the highest twelve in the class. This rating is based on all grades made during the school course except the last quarter of the senior year which was not completed when the annual went to press. They have not been listed according to rank in the above cut, but have been arranged alphabetically. This has been done because the respective positions might be changed after the final quarter's work has been included in the total grade points. The method of counting grade points is as follows: For every quarterly grade of A in a solid, three points are counted. For every quarterly grade of li in a solid, two points are counted. Each quarter's work in a solid meriting a grade of C counts one point. For the grade of D no grade points are counted. For each quarterly grade of 1" one grade point is deducted from the total. On this basis the two highest point totals are held by Fred Bath and llerthyle Nelson with the respective totals of 206 and 204. Both are officers in the Honor So- ciety. Although not all twelve are members of the honor society, they have shown con- sistent ability, and merit recognition for a fine achievement requiring four years to accomplish. Attention should be directed to the fact that all of these honor students are prominent in extra-curricular activities. One or more of these students have distin- guished themselves in athletics, journalism, clramatics, oratory, music, student govern- ment, club organizations, and art. The first twelve are listed rather than the first ten because those in tenth, eleventh and twelfth places are tied. Page Thirty-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD Launder Cornwall Mr. Hcdstrom Mindel' Fallis Grimm Fry JUNIOR CLASS President ........ ................................ - . Vice President ..... Secretary ........ .......ED LAUNDER ......HOWARD MINDER ............JESSIE FALLIS ........AL'lJREY CORNWALL .MR. C. KEEORGE HEIDSTRCJRI Treasurer .... Committee on Committees llerbert fifillllll and 1X'IlfllIl'c"7l Fry Class Colors Green and lfffhite Class lVIotto "Our Aim is For Study, Fellouxvhifr 111111 Sf70ff5lIlH71Ihif7.U Class Advisers Chief flrlviser ........................,,.,,,..,..,, MIss LINDA v. HUGGINS MR. Miss MISS YETTA V. ALDEN Mxss Mxss Imsz SHARP lVIARGUERlTE C. ANGUS MADGE W. SPROULL MR MR. MR. L. FRANK KEI.LoGo AI. VV. WVILLIAMS RINALDO M. FAIR JOSEPH S. HALL Page Thirty-eight if THE BLUE AND GOLD f-4 IOI' ROXV-Adruns, Alnspokvr, Amsiulz, Al1lll'l'SUll, Iizu-ks, Ilzxfigs-1', lluiloy, Uarrws, Burlol, In-nt, Ilorry. Nlll3Dl.l'I ROXX'--Ihwotlny lh-1-ry, llruxvm-II, lim-rmzm. llnris 1':11nplv1-Il, Jvun Canlphcll, Carrisosa, l'll!lIlllN'l'N, Uhvtm-lui, 4'l:nl1ss1-11, l'U1'hl'Illl, Un-:nlI1. '1"l'OIXl lifJXV7UUl'llXY1lll, f'llllllill2.1'h1lllI, Curtin, llukovicfh, Deming, Ilicluw:-Ton, ,D1mhmn, icllitlll, Elkf-r, Fullis, Fuurmm, Fav. lOl' ROXV-F4-Illmum, lfitzpzllrivk, I'xilZ,L1'l'l'ilI1f, l"1'z1uz, lfrzlsa-r, Frvvsv, Fry, Guiser, Gawclock, GL-rl h, Glmdrivll, G1'mf1'. IDLE RONV-Grimm, Gl'11ssil1g', f:lII'l', lIIllIlIt'I', llzmsvn, llnrtull, Hawkins, Hvinv, Heinzu, livnning, Hvying. 'l"l'OAl IfOXv""ll0lll'llS1'!', lluuvk, limu-ll, Hlllllillglllll, luskcup, lvus, Kahlen, Kane, Karcher, Knipv, Kopfvr. Page Thirty-nine THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FOV IiOxv"Ylil'1ll1l!'I', Krzuns, l,:um:4-, l.:llh:1m, hzlumlo-r, Loslc-hon, lNlr'l.:n'hIin, Mclnlyrl-, Ms Iionzxld, Muhuffvy, In-mln, Murll-ns, H:n'ol4l Maris-ns. MIDIJIJC ROVVA-Nlzlihis, Nluyvs. lllzmrvr, Millvr, Ill-rnim-0 Mimll-V, Ilowurd Mindvr, Moore- Mnss, Musso-r, Myvrs, Nm-nno, Nvwkirk. BOTTOM ROVV---Nirhols, Nix-mzmn, Olmrr, Okumolo, Null, Pzlulsvn, Planting, l'm'tw-V, Pridcly Qunrlon. Rapivr, Rvynolds. 'l'Ol' ROKR'---lin-vs, Iiivknmzul, Iiocllu-ll:-, li0lllIll'k'0, TilllIfiSll'O!1l, Si'llJlll4'I', Sr'l1ru1-lla-r, Ho-pulvm-mln Shaw, Shnvvr, 'l':uk:nshi Shif.Yl'kZlVl'2l, Toy Slllj.fl'kIl,XV1l. MIIDDLE RONV---Smith, Spmmur, Stirion, Slrzlllllllzlll, Suhr, 'Iw1l,llilk1l, '1'uylor, Thzlye-r, 'Phill 'I'1':1vvrs, 'I'rml1, Twiprgs. BOTTOM ROVV-Uyc-sl1ima,, Vail, Van Wugonvr, Vzmux, NVull0ntinr', XVhilQ-, Wickvr, NVillis WNVIIRPFSOII, VV00dlmry, Yzmo, Yorde. Pagv Forty THE BLUE AND GOLD Knott Loudon Miss Dyer Nichols Smith SOPHOMORE CLASS President .............. .....,...................................,........... R USSELL KNOTT Viee President ........ ......... li 'IILDRED LOUDON Secretary .......... ........ M ARGARET NICHOLS Treasurer .......... DANIEL SMITH Class Colors Blue and White Class lVIOtt0 "PPrsevfran1'e Ovfrromes Everything." Class A dfvisers Chief Adviser ................. ..... ............. .......... li I I ss Lois DYER MRS. ETHEL J. CAVERLEY MRS. HELEN G. LANE MR. A. PHILLIP LE'TOURNEAU Miss JESSIE N. C0oNs Miss RIIRIAM MCALLISTER MR. L. MONROE SHARPLESS MRS. MYRTLE H. OWENS MRS. RIARGARIET E. HESSLINK MR. HARRY L. BURDEN Page Forty-one 'FOI' ROXV-Alvu Adams, John Adunxs, Mvxumim-r, Adulyn Amin-rson, Illrhm Andvrson, l'Ill3.1'!' THE BLUE AND GOLD Amis-rson, S1-Imu Amh-rson, l!:uI1.:vr, link:-r. liurnvs. MIIJIILH ROW' --'- l!:xrr1-ss, l:2Il'1l'llll2lllYl, Ilzlllx, lla-zu-h, llvnlsnn, IZ1-ttm-r, Il:-vill, I!l:u.:'pr, Illuil John Hle-will, Murizm lilvwill, BUTTON lloxxv-flikllltl, llonkosky, 15l'ul1dl, llruun, l:l'l'S1SL'l, llright, llrown, Hllllfllly, Cawllm 'FOI' ROXY--i':u'Iislc-, .lawk K'lu-allhrnn, lfustvr UIIUJIIIIIIIII, 1'Ill'iSliHllS0ll, l'I:ll'k, Clim-, K'm'nw:1II 1'ronwr. l1:n'p.::1lz. IM-mli. MIlll7I.l'I Rffxv--'I3il'k4'I'S0ll, Ilinklvr, Ihmm-, llugvlznlv, l'Ihr'Ie-, lflvzlns, IV4-lion. l"l:m:u.::m, lfisvhl Claire Fisher. H0'l"l'0M IQOVV---NV:uiv lfustvr, 'Pom lfishw-V, l'40l'4l, l'2lI'll!S I"os1v1', l4'l':mkv, Ifrzxnzv-n, Frm-du Friodrichs, Clmrlvs f1ZlSU'llllll, Iluy Gzlstm-Ium, Gow-r. Page Forty-two Ill 1 THE BLUE AND GOLD FOI' ROXV--llzlrlzlmi, Hvdgvs, Hvld, 1ll'IlllillLX', Hilgollfold, Hoskins, Howvll, Hull. Hnnzikvr. MIIDDIJG RONV--Hnsnmnn, Hylton, Inskvvp, Ishuln, Paxton, l"l'llllC'l'S Jonvs, L:m1lwl'I JOne-s, .lung'kvit, lim-fvr. BOTTOM HOXY--Ka-Ily, Knapp, liIN'Zl'ViCll, Knoll, Kupitzke, 1f0l'll0l'l', Idlkvlllllll, 1ANltt'IllI2lCll. I'0I' Kfvxv-IAIXQIIIII, lmlnm-r, Immnn, IA-0, I.om.:1-val, Howard London, Mildrvd Loudon. MIDIHIJG RONY---l.nlu-ns, l.11lhvl', Mrllwf-0, Mzlvkzly, H1-nny M :1c':u':1y, Hvnry IWJICIIHIY, IVl:iul'4-s. IiO'I"I'OM llfjxyflxlllllll, Al1lI'lt'l', Mxnxson, Mvnziv, Moslwrgx-1', Mosivr, Mrowfkzx, Mc Daniel, Mc L loud. Page Forty-three THE BLUE AND GOLD 'l'0l' IUJNYY--iNliisr'ii, M1'Nui'Iin, Nnkzuiislii, Nzirzith, N1-mm, N1'wsc'l1:nf4-r, Nivhols, I':lxlmi. Mll?I1I,I'1 ICON'V--l'4-4i1iir'm'd, Pivlruk, R2llTi4'l', Iiivkvr, lin-nm-, Ric'kn1:m, Corwin Horlur-I, lm Ve-rn Ruqlin-1. lZ0'I"I'OM HOXV l"c-rm' liuqiiw-I, Snvin-rs, Saute-Ili-, Svurvs, Sll0Q'lll1lkQ'l', Sill-r. Simon, Ilillliixl Smith, Huln-rt Smith, Spin-lnlnii. 'FUI' liOXYMlrm-iw S111,I1dI'idf.f4', Marion Stzmdridgc, Stark. Sli-urns, Stevens, Stirion, Swcm-mfy, 'l'0llSS1'Jlll. Mllilllili IUJNYYTFOIIIlililll, 'i'I'llX!lXY, Tiirnvr, Uyr'shini:i, Vzm XV:igonvi', Vail, VOII. l!O'l"l'0Nl ROVV-NV:rIi:u'n-, Florzi, NVv:ivul', Vifcslcy NVuzLvcr, XVust, XVh0Ql0r, NVhiSXl1lIit, Cul-IQ-Inn Yongo, Mary A1IlFf.f1ll'0L Yonge. Page Forty-four THE BLUEAND GOLD Davis Schaffer Mr. Demaree Morris 1-leckman FRIQSHINIAN CLASS Pr1'xi1lf'11t ......... ........................................,. ......, I 3 ENNY DAVIS Vive Presidffnl ...... .......... j ANE SCHAFFER Sm-reiary ......... ............... C OALSON MORRIS Treasurer ....... .......... E LIZABETH HECKINIAN Class Colors Black and White Class Advisers Chief Adviser .....................................v...... MR. PAUL H. DEMAREE MRS. RUBY KIMBALL BROWN MRS. MARY FOREMAN Miss MARGARET HAINIPTON MR. ARTHUR L. COLWELL Miss VELDA M. BARNES NIISS LIINNIE R. SPICER Miss VERNA E. RIGDON MRS. RUTH CULL SMITH Miss BERNIECE A. KELLY Mlss RUTH A. IVIOORE Mxss LovA HOLT Miss DEANE SUE RUSSELL Miss OLIVE M. POTTER Pzige Forty-five THE BLUE AND GOLD 'POI' ROXV--A1111-iivr, Acton, Aka-rs, Alln-n, Amslulz, Amlrmls, Asp:-lin, l4'V:mk Iinkvr. xV:ll'l'4'll llnka-r, l!u,lch, MlIbDI.I'1 RONV--I.:1nr:n llzlrnvs, xvillilllll I!:l1'n1-N, Ilnrnm-H, Ilnrry, Ilnum, llflxio-r, IIQLY. Us-nity Ilvnsnn. l2O'l"I'OM KOXV-I1I:u.:g.:, l!l:nir, Illzukm-ly, I!ovltc'I1vl', l:Ul'l'll1'l'f, I:l'0f'kIll5Ill, He-lo-n llrown, llowzuwi Brown, Ray Iirown. 'l'0l' llfjvv-'l:llIllll'H, Tiivhzxrfl f'Jll'l', Rohm-rt C:u'r, Chillilllilll, f?hlLl'il'Z, Chavez, Cln-nlunl. Mllllllllfl RONV -Vols-, Volwvll, f'0llISl0i'K, Cook, t'00p1-r, Corin-ll, Cord:-S, Urvzmlh. IIO'l"l'0M ROXV-J:u-011 lD:mi4-I, Jnsvphim- Dzmivl, IM-lmxnf, D1-XVilt, Dm-Isvh, Dohm, Dolan Doss. Page Forty-six THE BLUE AND GOLD -f I tnlwe Till' IlOXVAl'It'lu-rl, Elm-y, lflllioll, lflrit-kson, ldvuns, lf'v:1ll11-1'inp.g'ill, Arnold Fist-l1vl'. Mllllll.l'1 KUXV -Alnxinv lfisln-l', l"l1lll2ll.Z'Illl, l+'1':1nk, 4!nl'l', Gollnllvr, Grzuludzl. li0'l"l'0M HOXY--1h'm-11, Glllllllilll, Ilzlnnnond, Hunnuh, l-lzmsvn, Harris. .Q-L. 'I'0l' HOXV-Hain, Hzxtilvld, Hvcklnzln, Hoffnt-V, Hvin, Hi,u'gins, Hopkins, Horton, Howell, Hunt. Mlllllhlfl liOXYvllunzikt-r, llolu-rt Hylton, Yvrnon Hylton, lh:tr:1, Illingsworth, Jackson, .ln-nsvn, .lvwt-ll. H0'l"l'0M ROXV--Vt-rnu Johnson, Donald Johnson, Jonos, Joy, Judd, Kelly, Kemp, Kesler. Page Forty-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FUI' NUXY---Kvy, Kidd, Klnusing, Knoll, Gom-vivvv Kupshn, Lurilln- Kopsho, Krzmn-r, KI'1'IlZI1'I', Kx'un-gvr. Mlllllhli IUJXX'--Im IXl0l1Iugm-, Lursvn, Ls-nnin, Adu Mm- La-wis, Xvvhllll Lvwis, Mcl'!ride-, Mt'Kn-1'. IEOTTOM HOXVAMc:Millun, Maahs, Mahan, Mawson, Murschall, Mathis, hlayos. EM :YA 'FUI' RONV -'-- -Mm'L:u'hlin, iVlI'Pl1'H11l1, A1f!fl'6I', Durwurd Millm-r, G14-n Millvr, Mills, Miss-r, Allwrl IXlur:ula-s, l'h:xrl1-s Murzllvs, Rivlmrd Mornlvs. MIIJIJLIG ROXV-4--Alton Morris, Coulson Morris, Murinn Morris, Mrowfka, Munoz, Mycrs Nirklvs, Nishizu, Arlie Nutt, IIOTTUM ROW'-Nutt, Ohsorno, Ozunu, Peltzer, Peter, Pruntiss, P1-iddy, Hamm. Pugr' Forty-right THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FOI' HOXV--Alia-vs, lil'ilH'l'l, Ilic'h:u'dson, lCillllt'l'hIlQ.1'l'll, H02.1'4'l':-1, Roquvt, Rosvlvrook, Rumislrom, Iiuning, Ruiz. Mlllllhlfl IQOXY-SL'h:nl'4-r, Schmidl, Svlllwidl-r, Sl1:wvl', Slmw, S111-1'id:m, Slligw-lu1w:l. Silzvnstock Sloan. l5O'l"l'0M IIOXY-Skillings, SlJt'IlC't'l', Spircs, Slzmkvy, Stark, St1lv1'l1:1g'ul, Ellga-lm Stevens, Lulu Slcvm-us. 'POI' RONV-Stockwvll, Stoll, Story, Stump, Swann, Swvvncy, Swindlor, '1':Lln-r, Agnvs Tietjen lfldnzx Tiotjon, 'l'hormz1hlon. MIDDLE RONV-'1'ov:u'. 'l'l'0!'kUl', Uyushimzm, -xyllllgllll, Villulnbos, Vzm Vorst, Nvugcrs, Waller, Nvutzmulw, Gvn. NV:1tts, Gvruld Walls. li0'I"I'OM RONV-NV:-zllhvrly, NV'vst, NVvslcrhold, xVlltxiliC7ll, XVick0I', Nonic VVilk0rS0n, Xvillers Margaret XVilke1's0n, VV00db1u'y, NVOUCIIIIILLII, Nvright, Zimmex-mam. Page Forty-nine 6 Q THE BLUE AND GOLD ge Fifty mW5'fjWfC94W ffffwffyfffpf fwfffffff ff W ,ff fligwgfwffffi ?2?Wff W MW g wq4 2?fW X THE BLUE AND GOLD V , 'FOI' ROXV-Amspoka-V, Androus, Aspi-lin, linker, llalh, .Iohn Ill:-will, Mnrizm Ilh-Witt, Vamp- lwll, ll'0lllh, ll'lSS. luck:-rl. Mllilllild RONY--lhwuy, Hi-ekman, lledgw-s, Hein, Hennnig, llilgen1'1-ld, Houck, Ives, Maearny, Mneltay, Miniler. i:o'r'roM now. mass, :ny--rs, N.-mm, small, sp.-ni--lr, Stoll. 'l'lHwyw, Walli-ntim-, Walls. Wilhoit, Willis, Miss Mr-.Xllisti-r. HONOR SOCIETY First Sl'lllt'.ffl'l' Seronzl S1'llll'Sfl'I' IJ,-1-mlm: ,,,A,,..,. ..., I "rum B.-wit .,.........., ...,...... I 'QRED Bivrli I'i1'g'l,l'1'j'iI14'IIf ...,.. .... l gER'I'I'lYI,IE NELSON... . .,...... SHIRLEY CRISS Sl'l'l'f'f1lI' '-'IV-mxurer .... l':I,lZABE'l'H RANGER ....,. ISERTHYLE NEl.SIlN J R4'f10rl4'1' .............. ,'III'I'lAll .. .............. ...........A...,.,... IX TISS ill lX'IoTTo : The California Scholarship Fe of A. U. H. S. is Chapter 11 of the state Federation. .Roxnt VVILLIS ...............,...............,. .Roxm XVILLIS nu,-xM lhIL'AI,I,lS'l'IiR "Sf'l1oI11r.vl1ij1 for Srrz'icr'." deration was formed in 1922. The Honor Society The membership was facilitated this year by an amendment to the constitution, making extra-curricular and non-acamlcmic subjects count towards the twenty points required each semester for membership. However, at least fourteen points must be secured through academic solids. The Honor Society has participated in many successful events during the year. The faculty reception, honorinlf the A. U. H. S. f' ' l ,, acu ty was put over exceptionally well. The Anaheim Chapter was also host at the district convention. Fred Rath, president of the local charter to k h'.' l' " RI .1 , o is p atc as aster of Ceremonies at the banquet. Berthyle Nelson is Vice President of the district C. S. F To help raise funds for the treasury a candy sale was held December l8th this year. The proceeds helped to pay expenses at banquets and other events. 1 lrobably the largest feature of the year was the Honor Society "Ditch Day." On this day, the members attended in body a Los Angeles Theater. Page Fifty-one THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FUI' NNW .Xlflf-it'-r. Mlzm, .Xhmzuulf-r, 1XfllllllS, livssif- AlllHllUlH'l', Louisf- Amspnkvr, Androus. I!:uiuvu', Ilnilf-y, l:JIl'I1'llllIlIl, Ilzltll. TxIII1I!l,I'I IUNY IM-ulsun, .lulm IZIQ-will, M:11'i:m Illvwitt, llovgv, lI0rc'lu'rt, l!rown, lJ0risC':1mlw- 1-1-Il, .lf-:ln l':umplu-ll, i':u'lisl1-, Vriss. l'ulln-r. I!U'I"l'UNl ILUXV- Ifush-u', lmniwl, Imlzm, l'll'lf'liSHll, lf'f-ltnn, I"x':mk, Gr:m:ul:l, Hzlmmmui, H1'f'flll'l', llunlinglun, lllllIZllU'I', Ilyllw-n, Mr. Hull, mlvise-r. 'I'Ul' IUNY lnskf-vp, .l:u'ksm1, lQ1'lIIll'4lj, Kwvpifzlw, lYl2llN'1', IXI:1r'k:ly, Mzumrzfy, l:1'l'llii'I' Mind1'l', Ilcm':ul'1l Allll4l1'I', Nlusi--r, N:-lswm, Nvxxliirli, Nivlmls. NlIlil1l,I'I IIHXX' l'JIXl011, ling--rs, Suwlw-llv, Sc-l1:mI'1'1'1', SllIlllllI'l'S. Slu-rirlzm, H. Sllll-f6'k1lYV1l, T. SlIlL1l'liI!XY2l, Spf-llsf-V, Stull, H, Swv:-ru-y, K, Swf-4-lmvy, NlIllH'4'l'I1 Swc-4-m'y. II4VI"I'UNI IIHXX' l':1lri4'i:u Sxvw'l11'5', 'l'h:uy1'I', 'l'1'1lx:1w, 'I'uV1u'r. Yzlil, XY:nll4'11lim'. xV1ll1lll1Ill4" XY:ulIs, XY1'sl, XYll1'1'll'l'. XYl1islx:1l1l, XX'illis, Yum.g'n'. l,.fX'l'lN CLUB 'l'lu' l,:xfln flush was fll'Q1lIlllt'll in V726 by Kliss Rcntzl Rogvrs, mul this yvzlr, lflflllnll, is flu' llrsf urulvr flu' mliwffifmll of Klr. llzlll. Anumg flu' mosf llllpflrfzlllf :lcfivitics was flu' olfl Roman SZll'lIl'llZlllZl festival xvlmiclm was u'ln'ln':1ff'4l fluringg flu' Clmrisfmas wcc-lc. llzumy olcl Roman customs were worlqml mlf. :uul :I clf-wr pmgrzfnf was prn'sm'11fc'fl. 'lllu' Cruwxlilmgg srwizfl L'vm'nf of flu' XVIII' was flu' formal l,:1fin Club Rzllulllvt, ob- sf'rx'f'fl siluw' flu' l-Ulllllllllg 1u'z1r flu' lclvs of lXI1ll'Cl1. Tlu' uu'mbc'rs don Roman robes zuul lllllk' in frnu' Roman stylc. Page Fifty-two THE BLUE AND GOLD TOP li0xN'+zXd2lnlS, Lum-illv Amsiulz, Maxim- Anistulz, llzulgw-r', link'-r, Iiuum, Iivzwll, lirou'n4'lI, liruns, Uzunplwll, Miss Dyer. MIDDLE RONV-l':u'ris0sn, Cloud, Urozillx, lJOIIlllll.L', l"2lllil'llSli'lll, lfzillis, lfriedricks, Gray, Gros-n, Miss Me Allister. BOTTOM ROXV-Grinnn, Iris llilllllllll, Phyllis Hzlnnaill, lim-Llgvs, Hs-in, lfleiiliixig, Hilgvnfvld, Houck, lllara, Ives. .lung'kcil. TOP ROXV-Miss Sproull, Leo, lAll'S0ll, Longovnl, Mzizllls, lVllll'SCll1lll, lxl1l'llUl'lHlll. MIDDLIC ROXV-McDonald, lNlvg'vr, Moss, lvinsser, lllym-rs, l'ivrsnn, l'rnfI's-r, Paulsen. BOTTOM ROXNY-SClll'0t'dl'l', Sihilling, Shaw, Smith, Slirton, 'l'nnnkn, Taylor, Uyvsllimn. MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB Prffxidrnt ............................... ........................,................., I JOREN CLOUD Vice Prrsirlrnt ........ ......... G RACE Houcx Secretary-Trmsurrr ..........l..............................,.......... CORRINNE GRINIAI Ad-visrrs ............ Miss DYER, Miss SPRou1,1,, Miss McA1,1.isTER The lllodern Language Club is an organization of recent formation. lt is a consolidation of all the separate modern language groups and embraces what were formerly known as the French Club, the Spanish Club, and the German Club. As an entirely new idea in organizations, the lllodern Language Club has been very successful and it is hoped that its popularity will continue. Page Fifty-three O THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FOI' lifjvv-AIIISDOROF, Aspelin, f'h2lYlllT0l'S, Clusbey, Culler, Cunningham, Felton, FCFFIS. Hannah, Hansen, Harielt. MIDDLIG llOW4HC'lllllIlK, Hein, Heine, Hylton, Karcher, Kay, Krams, Mae Iiaehlan, Maurer, Paulson, Pierson. I lSO'l"l'OlVl ROW-AMiss Kelly, Proffer, Roos, Rockwell, Ruiz, Saviers, Smith, Strickland, Templeton, Travers, Yano, Mr. Kroutil. COM M ERCIAL CLU B Prmiflf-nz ,.,..,, ,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,......,................... ..,.. P A TRICIA FERRIS Vim Presidwzt ........ ............ E LLEN KAY Sl'l'l'l'fll!'jl-y'!'!'Il5llI'l'l' .... ...... F RANCES HEIN Rrpw-tr-r .....................,..,.,...,,........................................ BERNADINE REBS flflvisvrx ,......,...... Miss BERNIECE KELLY, MR. EDWARD KROUTIL The Commercial Club, as reorganized at the middle of the year, now includes all students making an average of "B" in their commercial subjects, instead of an average of "CH, as it was before the reorganization. The purpose of the club is to create more interest in the various lines of business activity. Interesting speakers who specialize in one form of business were presented to the club at various times during the year, and the members profited greatly by them. The Hrst meeting of the revised club was held February 3rd, At this meeting. future meetings were discussed. Committees were appointed to arrange when they should be held and what form of entertainment should be presented. Instead of having a fixed amount of dues to be paid by every member, a small fine is assessed on persons who come to meetings late, or who have an unexcused ab- sence from a meeting. The most important feature of the year was the Commercial Club Banquet which was held ltiay 22nd, This banquet was carried out in semi-formal style, and was held in the Girls' League Room. A delicious dinner was served, and a charming entertain- ment was presented to the members of the club and their guests who attended the banquet. Page Fiffyf-four THE BLUE AND GOLD TO1' ROW--lierry, Cornwall. Frzmser, .l"i'ees0, Ihzirzi. MIDDLE ROW-Klaus, Knezvieh, Kramer, Melntyre, Mosherger. BOTTOM ROYV-Schroeder, Suhr, Sepulveda, Miss Rigdon. DOMECON CLUB Prrsidrnr ........... ....................................... ............ A N NA FREESE Vice President .......... ...... I 1AURA SCHROEDER Sr'rrefr1ry-Trrrzsurer .... ........................ E LLA SUHR Jzlvixer .............,...,,..,..........,.,......................... Miss VERNA RIGDON The Domecon cDOl1lf'SfiC Et'0IlUII1jV3 Club, or the Sewing Club of the school, was organized late in the school year 1929-30. Due to the lateness of organization, this year is the first in which the club was actually active. The purpose and aim is to improve the mind and increase the dexterity of the hand of sewing students. All second and third year sewing students may become members providing they receive recommended grades. There are now thirteen mem- bers in the club. lweetings were held every two weeks on Tuesday evenings. At every other meet- ing, or once a month, a travelogue was presented. Textiles and styles of the country which was chosen for the evening's travelogue were studied. VVhenever they could he secured, some rare textiles of foreign count1'ies were shown to the girls. In this manner, they were enabled to see and study products from other countries which most of us never have a chance to see. On these evenings each girl contributed some- thing in the way of refreshments, which were served during the meeting. As a special project this year, the girls did some "tied and dyed" work. This work takes skillful hands and minds. Some very pretty pieces were produced, and the members are very proud of them. At the end of the year a banquet was held in the school "Cottage" Everyone participating had an enjoyable time. Page Fifty-five THE BLUE AND GOLD wi PANEL 4G.A.A. lionrdj 'FOP ROW'4I,or4-nzi Sf'llI'0l'tl0l', lfrzuiz, llnsch, 'I':in:ik:t, lAllll'!l Scllrfw- dvr, Miss llilggiils, Miss Uoons. ISOTTOM KOVV-llnilcy, l-lunlim:l0n, D1-ininlr, lim-kwi-ll. Hylton, SlllllIllC'l'S, 'l':il1cr. GROUP flilock A Ululvl 'POI' ICOVV- -lluilvy, Iiunson, Iii-rry, l!l4-will, linsvh, Ulizlmln-rs, I'l'u'utli, Dunlmni. F4-rris, Ifrnnz. MIIJIJLIG IQOXV-l"rvvsv, Hnnllvr, Hoskins, Hylton. Kopitzkv. London, Manu-rlizin, Nl4'f'llllUC'll, Mull, N1ll'1llll, 1,0lht'lllllS, Rcwkwvll. llO'l"l'UM IKONV-f-1,012 1-nn Sc'lirm-cl:-r, l1Zllll'2l SI'lll'0Ud1'l', Siliillinpq, SlIll1IIH'l'S, 'l'2lll0!', Tilllillill, Tvmplulon, XYhisn:inl. XVylm-r, Yann, Yorcls-. GIRLS' ATH LICTIC ASSQ DCIATION Prrsiflvnt .....................................,...............,............ LURENA Scmzoizmsn Vim Pri-xiflffnf ...... THELMA FRANZ Sl'f'7'!'f!ll'J' ......... NORA Huscu fl'r1'r1s11r1'r ...............,. ,..,,,, A IENNIE 'IQABIAKA 1'15XiXfllIIf Sccrrtfzry .,.. ,..A...,,,,,....,,,,.A4,A I ,AURA SCHRQEDER flI1'ZJi8'l'l'S .............. .,... ll 'IISS H UGGINS, Miss Comms MOTTO: 'lWlIl'7l flu' last Crm! Sforrr mnzex To zrrifr rzgrzinxt your Illllllf, 110 iurifvs not that you lost or won, But hon' you played thx' g'fzn1f'." The Girls' Athletic Association of A. U. H. S. is composed of girls who are active Page Fifty-six THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FOI' KOXV-Alla-ll, Amspokm-r, Androus, Aspelin, liamrnvs, l3:u'rs-ss, lleneli, Iiluks-ly, Aumlrm-y Cornwall, Marie Uornwnll, Uoopor, Urezltll. llzlnivl, Demimr, Dolml. SICUONID RONV-Yl"r:mke-, Goff, Ilvekmnn, ll4-lTner, H4-ld, Horton, Hunlingrlon, llnnzv-lu-r, Kathryn llmru, l,illiun llmru, .lunp.:'ke-il, lfl'Zl!ll0l', liehnwr, Mays-s. 'l'llIlil7 llONV--Munn, lllenziv, Millvr, Mosim-V, Musser, Myers, Loretta, Nieliols, M:u'g.:':u'vl Nieliols, Prvnliss, liof.:'v1's, lfern Roquel, Gladys Roquel, Sllzlver. l!0'l"l'OM lifTxVfSllt'l'ld2lll, Slllp.!,'l'k2l,XVQl, Spencer, Stue1'I1:1g's-l, Steve-ns, Suhr. Uywliiiiifl, TYI'Zllllt'l'lX, XV4-sl. TOP ROVVAAII1-n, Androus, Asp:-lin, Cooper, Goff, Held, Horton, Hunzikr-r, llmrzu, .lung'lu-it. liO'l"l'OM IQOXVA--Kesler, T,l'l'llllSS, Iiop.:'0rs, lioquet, Sluwidzm, VVe:llhs-rly, VV1-sl. Uy4'Sllilllll. in the various sports offered in school. The purpose of the association is to eo-operate with the Girls' Physical lfducation Department, to foster clean sportsmanship and the love of mln' for 1lav's sake, and to sionsor intra-Inural and interscholastic fames for . 2- girls. The Anaheim G. A. A. is :1 member of the Girls' Athletic Federation of Southern California. The FK'lTCI'2lfl0ll eonvenes twice a year. The fall conference of V730 was held in Compton and the spring conference in Santa Barbara. Page Fifty-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FOI' R0VVAAnispoker, Cha-telxlt, Dyekman, Fearon, Guweleek, Hobson, Tdlor, LaMont. Mllllllihl ROW'---Miss Conover, lien l4'oln,nd, Kopfcr, Leonzlrd, Melntyre, Pilu-I, Polha-nun:-1, 1'l'iddy. BOTTOM 1i0W'4Seln'on-dor, SjJll5lIllZll'l, Stroup, Swann, 'l't'llllJlL'lOIl, Tietjen, Yonker, Zeppenfeld. NOTAN CLUB Prrsiflmr .......,,. ,.... V IRGINIA STROUI' l'ice President ............. CARL KOPFER Sfwcrary ........ ..... N IIDGE TEMPLETON 7ll'!'llSll7'l'I' ......... ...... - IACK LEONARD ljllfffflliillllfllf ,... .,.,.,...... B OR G,fNW'EI,ECK Rvfrmlzmrnt ..... ..,.. I' :STHER ZEPPENFELD Aflwim- ........... ..... ......... . . ......... M Iss CoNovER The Notan Club C"Notan" means "black and white-"D has for its purpose the stimulating of interest in art, and the encouragement of the study of that subject. This year the special study has been modern art. At each of the monthly meet- ings there are speeches on some phase of modern art, followed by general discussion. Ar the close of each meeting there are entertainment features, and refreshments are served. At the close of each year the club has a banquet which is considered an enjoyable conclusion to the year's work. lllenibership in the club is liniited to those who are taking art, or students who have had instruction and who show marked ability. lllembership may only be main- tained by regular attendance at the meetings, and by doing a fair share of the Club's work. The members of the club feel that it is a worth while activity, both on account of its social features and the opportunities offered for cultural advancement Page Fifty-aight THE BLUE AND GOLD yi, . fu, 'FOI' IQOVV-liaeks, Bath, Tieelw, lloogo, lloyd, f'll2l,llllN'l'S, Ulnsliey, Cloud, 1 , llyeklnnn, Vilzgerzllml. MllJI7l.I'I Tioxxy-l"l'2lSt'l', I4'ull'er, Geren, Gorlh, Hamler, 1-lapgood, 1-lcinze, Hylton, .I:1g1.:e1's, Jones, Kay, Lamb, Launder. l5O'l"l'0M RONV-Mathis, Mayes, T'0lllt'1llllS, llandztll, Riley, Rockwell, Shaw, Sunimers, Yan NVugoncr, XVill1oit, -vVllkl'l'SOIl, Mrs. Schulz. ROYAL ORDER OF THE GRAND DRAPE Ib-fi-iflmr ,,A.,,,,... .......... I RENE Hv1.ToN Vim- 111-wyiflmf ,,,,, ...,,,. ll IARSHALI, l312121m Sfwwrary-7'nv1surw- .. ,................. TCVELYN l'o1,H12ML1s Adviser .......A................,......................... MRS. l"m'E KERN ScH111.z The R. O. G. D., as reorganized in September, held its regular meetings the first and third Tuesday of every month. lllembership is open to those who have appeared in one major production or two minor productions. Members of the junior Play cast were pledged in October and initiated shortly after the presentation of the play. Also members of the Senior Play cast were pledged and later initiated. At different times throughout the year those who had taken a part in two minor productions were pledged and initiated, provided they were obedient pled- ges. The pledge pins were purple and gold ribbons fastened at the ends with gold safety-pins. The regular R. O. G.. D. pins are small gold grinning masks with R. U. G. D. engraved on the lower portion of the face. The club has held several colorful dinne1's during the year. The tables on Thanksgiving were decorated with seasonal colors. The Christmas party was a great success partly because Santa Claus called and presented each member with a gift. Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day were celebrated with breakfasts in the school cafeteria. 1930-31 proved to be a very successful year for the R. O. G. D. and the club owes a large portion of its success to the adviser, Faye Kern Schulz. Page Fiffy-nina THE BLUE AND GOLD --f-'vi 'Q 'FOI' ROXV--I"r:uik Hath, l4'i'i-cl lhuth, lim-lie, Ilom-g.u-, Clnussvn, Flin:-, l'llllt'I', Ilielu-rson, llolnn, l1ou1.::in. MIDIJIAIC IiOXY-Dyeklnan, Irluton, lfelllvzunn, lfiselile, l'illZIHlll'lK'li, l'lI'l1'!lI'll'llS. lla-yinf.:. .Iung.:'k1-il, Me Ilonnhi. H0'I"l'UM RONV-Nimlr-l', Myers, l'4-ilzlw, l'Ul'l4'l', live-41, llvnni-, liilvy, Sp:-in-1-r, Hlirlun, 'I':iyIur, NVQ-bln. lll-Y CLUB 1'1-eriflmf ...,....... .,.. K I.xRsn.uri, liizizinz l'irf l'rus-iflml ,..... Roiaxxn KIYIQRS Sn-rffnry ..,.....A.,,. .. ..,,, ,,., . . ...... Nnirs lioiaoia The Hi-Y started the year out with zi good membership and gradually filled up their quota of thirty lnelnbers. The club is composed of only very select members. XVhen the club sees lit to appoint a new member to its numbers, his qualities are dis cussed, pro and con. The club as a whole then votes on whether he will be accepted into thc club or not. ' hleetings are held every hlonday and the lirst meeting of every month is in the form of a dinner. The Club has had a very enjoyable time this year. The most important event was the joint party with the Girl Reserves. At another time the Girl Reserves were hostesses at a skating party which took place in Long Beach. For a few days before Hallowelen and during the Christmas vacation the boys in the club enjoyed the great sports of the mountains in mid-winter at Camp Osceola. Another memorable date in this year's report of the Ili-Y was the program which was presented in Huntington lleach. Hi-Y boys from all parts of the country partici- pated in this program. On the whole the Ili-Y has enjoyed a successful year under the presidency of hlarshall lieebe. He is considered one of the best athletes in the school as well as a good student. Pa gf sixty THE BLUE AND GOLD -ff 'ef--.H-we-g if A- sl., vp 'l'Ol' IQONV--l-Izulger, linker, lientson, Henson, Blewitt, Dollln, Fischle. BOTTOM HOXY-Loudon, McMillan, Morris, Iieinert, Schneider, Simon, Troutman. Watanabe. JUNIOR H1-Y First Sellzwxtffr Second Semester Presizlrnt .......... ...., C HARLES F1scHr.n ..... ................ A l0E BADGER I 'ire Prcsidmr .......... llERNEI,L BAKER .... ...... H OWARD LounoN Sn-rfmry ..,,.... ..... - Ioim BLEVVITT ...... ,.......... ........... I J ON MAXSON All-visfr .,... .. ......,..................,....,,,.,... Miz. Coi,EMAN HICKEY For the Anaheim junior HiPY the school term of 1930-31 has been a success- ful year. Around a nucleus of four members left from the preceding year the club was started again in the fall. Through the loyalty and perseverance of these four, the membership of the club was increased to the number of seventeen which was deemed sufficient. lNIembership to the club is open to all high school underclassmen who will live up to and uphold the ideals of the Hi-Y. The Hi-Y club is a branch of the Y. hi. C. A. and though closely connected with the High School, it cannot be strictly called a school organization. As its name implies the club is but the junior division of the Hi-Y, and its mem- bers automatically hold a membership in the Senior Hi-Y upon reaching their junior year. From 7:30 o'clock until 8:30 o'clock each Tuesday evening the club holds its regular meetings. After a short business session the meeting is given over to discussion of topics of interest and importance under the leadership of the club adviser. The junior Hi-Y is greatly indebted and extremely grateful to their adviser, lVIr. Coleman Hickey, whose interest and untiring efforts have gone far toward making the club what it is. Page Sixty-one THE BLUE AND GOLD i 'l'0l' RONV-Admins, lluiley, lie-nah, Henson, lilowitt, Bright, Chambers, Audrey Cornwall, Nluriv llUl'IlXY2lll. Mllvllhlrl KONN'-Criss, f'l'0lllU1', Dickenson, Dolmi, Fnlkenstoin, Fnllis, Franke, Fraser, Hzxpgoorl. lS0'l"l'0M liOXYfH:ir1s-lt, Helen lloskins, Vernal Hoskins, Houck, Hylton, Ives, Jackson, .luni:k4-il, 1.4-linn-r. 'l'Ol' llOW'4lNlunn, Mursclizill, lVl1lll0l'h1LFl, Mindor, Mosier, Moss, Narath, Nelson, Newkirk, hors-lin Nix-hols. Mllllbhlll lif,xxYfiYlZll'l,.1'2ll'l'l Nieliols, Pilael, l'l:tnting:, Polhemus, Roekwoll, lioquet, Shaw, Sihilling, hrzuu- him-Inizxn. l:0'l"I'OM liOW-ltlzirjoriv Spivlrnzin, Sununers, Tornpli-lon, NV:ills, NVhoeler, NVhisn:nnt, NVylt-r, Yonkn-V, Zvppi-nl'4-lil. GIRL RESERVES The Anaheim High School Girl Reserves are zi junior branch of the Y. VV. C. A. They are orgzuiizcil for the purpose of promoting il high standard of living and fellow- ship :nnong the members. As Z1 symbol during the first semester the girls chose "l,:unps", and during the second, l'Wings". An outdoor event was thc Girl Reserve Barbecue, which took place in the Full- erton Hills, April l5. All the Girl Reserves in Orange County took part in the bzlrbecue. ' The Girl Reserves are Z1 very beneficial organization to the school. It furnishes clean and intellectual social diversion to many girls. Page Sixty-two THE BLUE AND GOLD 'l'0l' RONV--Artliiir. Frzink lizitli, lfreil lizilll, Ilnrtelixinnn, lim-lie, Ilentson, I!0f'g'e, lilewitl, Foster f'lll'Zllllill1l, .lnek Ulu-:illi:iiii, l'l:iii:4s1-11. MllJlJI,l'I ROXY-Cline, Cloud, Fuller, lie-nn, lloiigzin, Ilyc'lin1:11i, lflley, l"l'llll2llllH, lfi-ii, lTh:irles I!O'l"I'0M liOW-Fisher, Diek lfisehle, Ifiizpntriek, Gziiser, Gorsueh, Grimm, Holder, Jones. .liingki-it, Kiilil, Knott. lfiselilv. 'l'Ol' IQOXY--l.ziiim'le1', lniml, lXlzie:irziy, Mzixson, Mniirer, Mills, Minder, Adnn Moore. Fliff Moore, Moll, Munoz, Mllblllild KOXV---Myers, Okomolo, Peterson, llillllllltlllll, Porter, liaipit-r, liemie, liilcy, Ruiz, Sliigw-k:iw:i, Glenn Slioi-ninker. I!O'l"l'OM ROXV-.lolm Shoemaker, Spent-er, Smith, 'I'zi.yloi', 'l'edl'ord, Uyeshimzi, Yun NV:1x-2011013 Vnux, NY:ilker, NV:ill:iei-, Xvt'llll, "AH CLUB The "A" Club was zi little late in getting fully orgzinizecl this year but after de- tails were attenileil to, the club worked well to achieve its purpose. These pur- poses are to promote pence :intl ortler in the school and school activities, and to main-- tziin the high stzinilzird of clean sportsnizinship that A. U. H. S. is known to have. At the half of the year new members of the club are initiated. A new ruling was mzule this yezir that no person eoultl he initizitecl until he had received his letter. The purpose of this ruling is to keep the members of the teams in school all year. Page Sixty three THE BLUE AND GOLD 'l'tll'f-OIflfl1'IGltS-IN1oni'o4- Sharpless, Major of Infantry, California National Guard, llaynmnst S I tiitiin I NV Cups tml Ill. Smith, t':ipt:lin U. S. Inf. R. IIISITIIPIOI' M. .'. and ". ':1 : len . 1 ' -n Instructor ol' Military lflxereistss. Cadet Captain ItaVern Sf'h:lnei'. Cattle-t First Lin-nt1-n:int Roll:-rt Ilauni. Calls-t Set-ond Lieutenant Dick Mallee. Cadet, Second Lit-utr-nant Stanley linngziy. HEADQUARTERS CO. Il.-Kt'K IiONV---Sgt. Simon, Pvt. Lewis, Pvt. Sockerson. MIDDLE ROVV-Pvt. NV:ttts, Pvt. Hamm, Pvt, Daniels, Pvt. Sears, Pvt. Jackson, Corp. Uawthon, Pvt. lim-sso-I, Pvt. Runrlstrmn. I-'HUNT ROW--2nd l.t. llungay, Sgt. Iiarnett, Pvt. Myers, Pvt. Knott, Pvt. Mills, Pvt. lf:-rris, Pvt. Pri-ssl-I, Pvt. 'Pliie-I, Pvt.. Holder, Pvt. Henson, Sgt. Harker, CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL CAIJET CORPS Company L A VERN SCIIANER Illflfffllill ............... .................,.. ..... I , l"ir.vt I.it'1m'1mnf .... ......... R on ERT li.-x VM Swornl I,il'Ilfl'lIllIIf .... ..............,..,............,..,. ..... I 7 ICK It I All I? li Headquarters Co. Serum! Ioifllffllllllf .............................. ..... S TANLEY l3l'NGAY Band S1-fond Liwufmzanf ..,............................................. XVESLEY I.At'TExizi-xei-L The C. H. S. C. of Anaheim was organized and connnissioned by the authority of the Adjutant General of California. 'llliere are ldtl cadets, including five cadet ofhcers, and they form two companies. The headquarters company consists of the band, drum corps, and bugle corps, having about fifty members. The infantry company has about seventy members. Klilitary drill or exercise is done every day during first period. Rifle practice is held daily in the gallery which is located upstairs in the stadium. Another interesting event this year was the Cadet Iincampment at Irvine Park. llotli Companies were represented over the Week-end. Among the social activities of the C. H. S. C. was the banquet which was held Page Six ty-four tl si THE BLUE AND GOLD - G 4 - A L ' .. - UO. l, lst Pl.A'l'O0N l XUK NOXV-lst l,t. llnnni, Corp. Klllltlilll, MIDIHIAIC IIOXX'-Pvt. Alu-rs, Pvt, .lohnsolh VW- Stricklauni, Corp. 151-nn, Pvt. Slltlt'Il1Jllit'I', Pvt. Mroxvl'kfl, Pvt. IXt4'XliH:in. l"liUN'I' KOH!- Uorp. linrnvs, Corp. l'llIllllltt'l'llIl, Sgt. tlrnssing, Pvt. Miztnis. Pvt. lbugdnll-, Vorp, tlnss. Pvt. Stump, Pvt. Y-nil , , VO. lf'-Lntl Il.A'I'0ON I Xt'lv IQOXN--Uorp. Hylton, Pvt. llnrrison, Pvt, Mins:-I1, Spit. Iluinvs, Zlntl Lt. Multi-1-, Pvt. IXlor:1h-s, Pvt. Iiit-hnrtlson, Pvt. Ilolxson, MIIWIHIJG IIHXY---Pvt. t':n'1', Pvt. Mv5l:nnn-rs, Pvt. lu-l.onp.:', Pvt. l't-tt-rs, Sgt, .l:tt'ksnn, t'o1'p. lmkt-ns, Sgt, 'l'l'llYl'l'S, Pvt. Loslt-lion, l'vl. Mc'Kw'. MINT RON' -Sgt. 'l'1'nnt1n:xn, Pvt. 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Pi mm my ,rgmiimwifi Q THE BLUE AND GOLD N-,......v5 - .J - ISOYS' COACHIGS l'ANl'Il.-Mr. k'2ll'Dt'lHlQ'l', Mr. XN:1,ilwl, Mr, liellogg, Mr. Kroutil, Mr. Colwell, Mr. Sharpless, Mr. la- 'l'ourn4-nu. Gli0lll'--.lunigkvil, Grimm, Jones, Riley, linth, l.zi,undur, k'll02lllHllIl. BOYS' PHYSICAL ICDU CATION Anaheim is extremely fortunate in having the opportunity of participating in serving as a demonstration school under the supervision of the Chief of the Division of Health and Physical Education of California. Frederick Rand Rogers' Strength and Physical Fitness Tests are used. The capacity of the boys, lungs, hands, legs, back, and arms are determined by comparing him to the scores made by the other boys of his age, height, weight, and year in school. To show parents and friends what Anaheim is doing in athletics, the physical education department staged the first "Turnverein'l ever attempted in Anaheim High School. Eight-one boys and girls participated in the event. None of them were Varsity athletes. This gives everyone a chalice to take part in some kind of sport. N. P. Nielson, Chief Director of Health and Physical Education of California quotes the following about the "Turnverein," "I am glad it was declared a success, and I am sure if you will continue the project, community interests in Physical Education will occur." In addition to the non-competitive forms of athletics, Anaheim is represented in inter-school competition in football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, swimming, handball, and golf, and has boxing within the school. Page Sixty-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD I 'HL' Il0NV4.lo4- Iiapier, Frank NVooding.:ton, Diek Fisehle, Elnier Claussen, Roy Flint: Cnrvrer XX':1Iu-r, Ellis l'0llll', Cnrllrin liussnl. Zylllllllilrl IUJNV--l'n:u-Ii f'2ll'lH'll1l'1', Sherrill Pohlmnnn, linstvr Jones, Russel l"ilzp:1lriek, l'nuI .lnng'ki-it, Niels llue-gi-, Ilownrd lmzir. .linnnie H4-ying, Harold Ifelllnnnin, Harvey 'I'-dnortl. .L--inial llulu-r. 4':1rI Ilohni. 1!U'l"l'0kI IQUNV---Dzxve Arllnir, Mnrslinll lim-lie, Uornie Hunrte, Stanton Kiley, Arnold Lnmt, .f..n tlaisi-r, llerluwt Xnux. VARSITY FOOTBALL The 19311-1931 Colonists will be remembered for the spectacular and hard- fought games they played. Of the regularly scheduled games, they won four, tied one, and lost four. Six practice games were played, Anaheim winning all of them. The best game of the season was played with the Orange "Panthers". Anaheim rec.-ived the short end of a 12-7 score after a hard and scrappy game. Todd of Orange made two long runs which resulted in touchdowns, while Riley made the one touchdown for the Colonists, Alungkeit and Fitzpatrick were the stellar players on the line. A spectacular night game was played before a crowd of four thousand with the Redlands "Bulldogs" at the city park. The game, which was hard-fought and inter- esting. resulted in a 7'-7 tie score. Redlands scored a touchdown in the first quarter and gained yards in every attempt. The Colonist offense began to click in the second quarter, and in the third quarter, after Lund had returned the kickoff sixty yards, Cornie Huarte went over the line for a touchdown and converted. On Armistice Day the Brea-Olinda VVildcats brought a shifty backfield and hard charging line to Anaheim. After an extremely lively and interesting game, Brea came through with a touchdown. Anaheim played well but failed to score. The Colonists won their final game of the season by a 6-0 score. The game was played with Huntington Beach on their own gridiron. Anaheim made a touch- do.'.'n, following slashing drives and a right end run by Huarte in the first quar- ter. The Colonist's line proved impenetrable. The alertness of Lund and Huarte helped to knock down passes. Gaiser and YVoodington played great football. Page Sixty-eight THE BLUE AND GOLD HUARTE coNv1c1:Ts Aa' onrmuilz Varsity Football Scores Anaheim 27 Oceanside Anaheim 25 Moiitebello Anaheim 7 Redlands Anaheim 20 Garden Grove Anaheim 7 Orange Anaheim 6 Tustin Anaheim 0 ll rea-Olinda Anaheim 0 Plxcelsior Anaheim 6 Huntington Beach This year various teachers and business men offered trophies to the fellows whom they considered the most outstanding players. The Harry C. Arthur cup for the most valuable all-around player was awarded to Paul hlungkeit. The sl. and N. Shop trophy for the most valuable captain was awarded Kermit jones. Dick Fischle was awarded the lf. C. Kendrick trophy for the most valuable substitute. The. Al. A. Clayes trophy for the most consistent player was awarded to Niels lioege. lllarshall Beebe won the Ben. VV. Carpenter trophy for the best interference runner. Tommy Kemp's trophy for the most aggressive player was awarded to Russell Fitzpatrick. Harvey Tedford won the sweater offered by the xl. and N. Shop for the best all- around ability shown up to and including the Brea-Olinda game. A silver football was presented by the Anaheim post of the American Legion inscribed, "To the A. U. H. S. Varsity for its loyal and Hghting spirit." The 1930 lettermen are as follows: lklarshall lieebe, Dave Arthur, Niels Boege, Elmer Clanssen, Dick Fischle, Russell Fitzpatrick. Donald Gaiser, Bus jones, Paul jungkeit, Howard Lear, Arnold Lund, Stan Riley, Harvey Tedford, Roy Cline, Paul Rapier, Joe Rapier, Carlton Russell, and Sherrill Pohlmann, lllanager. Page Sixty-nine THE BLUE AND GOLD "' fn ,, -Q 'FOI' ROVV-llunziks-r, .lurs-, Samir-r. Knoll, Mills, Ilrown, l1nx'g.1:ilz, M1-Nurlin, Millvr. Mllll5I.lC RUNV-t'o:ur-ll Ks-llnggr, I'm-lvrson, Aly:-rs, Uloiul, Mznxson, llflllllll, I-'rs-tl llulll, l"l'2Illli llnth, Slllf.2'l'kllNYIl, SIlI'lll'1'l', Ill2lll1l5l1'l'. liO'I"l'OM ROVV-Slnilli, Illlvy, Vos-, lmvis, Minnlvr, Moll. li IVOOTIZALI, ln vvciw' lcaffiu- 'Yann' cxct-it thc clismtawl game with Huntinffton lim-ach, rhi- . 1- 2- l . :- Colonist lit-cs not only won thc ganics, but lu-ld their opponents svorclcss. ln Coach Kellogg! lineup hc had two coniplctc tc-:uns so that substitution causvtl no mliflicultics. llc-rbcrt Clriunn was honorctl by thc- tc-ani by bm-ing chosen thc ht-st captain. ln practically cvcry gzunc Hcrhcrt flrinunls cool, lcvcl-lwzuluil playing was out- standing. Frank Bath was the sparkplug of thc tc-am. Hobbit- lllott anal Howarnl llintlcr, guards, liclpn-il to form a stone-wall clcfcnsc. l,orc-n Cloud and Danny Smith worm- Analu-i1n's chit-f thrcats on thc sn-cond string. Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Anahvini Anaheim Anaheim Anaheim Ul"l"lClAl, SCORES 20 'llustin 20 Orange 20 llrca-K Jlinsla IS Clznwlvii Clrovt' 13 lluntington lic: 6 l'lXL'L'lSl0l' 25 lllontvhvllo 14 Long licacli 8 lfullcrton 0 0 0 0 ich IJ 0 fl 6 6 Anahcini ala-fi-:itt-al lllontclwllo, Long: liwifli :intl l"ullL-rton in practice games. Thr' ll lc-ttcrnivn arc' as follows: Captain llc'1'hci't Grunni l'rank llath. l'rccl Bath, l,orcn Cloull. lic-nny Davis, Roh lflcy, Don lllaxson, Howard lllinmlcr, Roland lllyvrs, Carlton l'0tcrr:on, Cllcn Sliocmakt-r, Uanny Smith, and lllanagcr Don Spcnccr. Page Seventy 4 THE BLUE AND GOLD .,,.,- .7,,,.... . i 4 s 1 '. Q ,, 'n' xr' LJ v . . 4 h. . 'FOI' ROVV-ldhrle, Cheathnni, lh-nlson, Watanabe, Nichols, XVoodlun'y, Taber, Hartwell, Morris. Mllllllslfl KOXV-Henry Mnenray, Munoz, laikens, XVnllnr-e, Gastelum, Mellaniels, Kidd, Ilenny Al2H'1lI'ilj', Uoneli Krontil. liO'l"l'OM ROXV--llyesliima, Ruiz, lfiselile, Van Yerst, Slligrekawn, Marier, munzuxer. C IVOOTBALI, The Class C 10311-1031 football team easily won the county championship with a total of L38 points, while all opponents were held scoreless. They also won the C. 1. I". playoff with lil lllonte with a score of 13-7. lt is difficult to pick stars, because they were all stars working together in a cooperating machine. Nevertheless mention will be given lllacaray and lllunoz, endsg Kidd, tackleg Ruiz, half-back, and lfyeshima, full-back. Ol"l"lClAl, "C" SCC JRICS Anaheim 40 Tustin 0 Anaheim 28 Brea-Olinda ll Anaheim 31 Huntington Beach 0 Anaheim 39 lfxcelsior U Anaheim 13 lil ll'Ionte 7 The "C" lettermen are the following: Captain Robert Ruiz, Charles Gastelum, .lack Cheatham. Charles lfischle, Ilarry Keifer, Bert Kidd, Loren Lukens, Benny lllacaray, Henry lllunoz, Toy Shigekawa, Allan NVallace, and Frank lllarter, blan- ager. All of the regulars on this championship squad are underclassmen, which augurs well for the future Colonist Varsity football teams. Anaheim High School is proud of the team and its record, and we all expect great things from these boys next year. The elements in the success of this team were a combination of hard running and speed. The backs often made large gains after being tackled, and the team as a whole was faster than any opponent they faced during the season. Page Seventy-one THE BLUE AND GOLD 'l'Ol' RUNV-Russel l4'ilzp:11r'ic-lt, Illarslmll lieelw, .low Ni5.:'hting'ale, xVJlll1'l' Maurer, l':lllll'I' l'l:iuss1-n, l'11lI.i'1ll' llougzui, flillu-rl Kos-liler, Carl lltllllll, and f'01lC'll C2ll'llL'lllt'l'. ll0'l"l'OlXl RON' l'aul li:upi1-V, l'aul .lungki-il, lluvi- Arthur, Arnold Lund, Stanton Kiley, Elin:-r lh-nn:-, lilllgvin- Fuller, and Dean XVailu-l, VARSITY IEASKICTBALL The Colonists earnestly started the season with four lettermen from last year and a few prospects from last year's l3's. Although they lost two games, they tied for second plaee in the Orange County League. Letters were awarded to lllarshall lieebe, lflmer Claussen, Dave Arthur, Arnold l,und, Stanton Riley, Paul nlunglaeit. lflmer Renne, Eugene Cullcr and lllanager Carl Dohm. In a closely contested game Anaheim defeated the Brea-Olinda "VVildeats" with a seore of 28-26. Until this game the "lVildeats" had lost only one game. Elmer Renne played a brilliant eourt game, sinking the ball in the hoop seven times for a total of fourteen digits. ln a fast tilt Anaheim defeated Huntington Beach Z7-19. 'lihe "Oilers" led the game until the fourth quarter when the Colonists rallied and made twelve points. Dave Arthur was high point man with twelve points to his credit. Culler at center played his best game of the season. Anaheim Fullerton Anaheim Capistrano Anaheim Orange Anaheim Santa Ana Anaheim Brea-Olinda Anaheim lixeelsior Anaheim Huntington Beach Anaheim Garden Grove Anaheim Tustin Page Seventy-two THE BLUE AND GOLD 'l'0l'Y ROXV-Sander lllH.2'l'.P, Maxson, Stirton, Mellonald, liarlelmann, Hunziker, Smilh, Coach Ii0'i?'l:iyllil:igTi0NV-ANoll, Peterson, Grimm, Heinze, Minder, lfrank llzitll, Cloud, l"l'1-ml Hath. li BASKICTIZALL The liees played a good schedule under the able coaching of Mr. Kellogg. A number of good players were developed for competition on the varsity team next year, although several are graduating this year. Class ll letterman are: Capt. lfrank llathg lfred Bath, Loren Cloud, Herbert iirinnn, lfmil Heinze, Howard lilinder, llob lilott, Carlton Peterson, and Art Sanders, Manager. The Bees easily defeated lixeelsior 46-I3 with Carlton Peterson and Frank Bath leading the attack. The Orange quintet was defeated 35-2-l by the Anaheim Bees. Splendid team- work enabled the ll Colonists to get a elose view of the hoop. Peterson, Anaheim's high seore man, rang the bell for ten points. Captain "Red" liath was outstanding in every game by his speed and seoring ability. "Herbie" Grimm played a cool, deliberate game at guard. The whole team was marked by excellent eo-operation and teamwork. Anaheim 29 Corona 19 Anaheim 15 Newport 18 Anaheim 35 Orange 24 Anaheim 19 Pomona 15 Anaheim 14 Brea-Olinda 21 Anaheim 22 Huntington Beach 17 Anaheim 30 Garden Grove 20 Allillifilli 22 Santa Ana 32 Anaheim 22 Tustin 23 Anaheim 46 Excelsior 13 Page Seventy-three THE BLUE AND GOLD TOP ROW--Hath, Uomsloek, Morris, Munoz, Maearay. BOTTOM ROVV-Hylton, Shiygvkavva, Kidd, Okomoto teaphj, Ifisehle, llXl'Sllllll2l, tfoneh Kroutil. C BASKETBALL The Cees ended an unsuccessful season, having won only two games out of seven played, although they developed several good prospects for the heavyweight teams next year. The outstanding players were Captain lid Okomoto. Bert Kidd, Charles Fischle. and Toy Shigekawa. The lettermen are: Captain lid Okomoto, Bert Kidd, Benny lylacaray, Charles Fisehle, Toy Shigekawa, Henry llunoz, Charles Gastelum, Darrell Bath, Ralph Comstock, and Coalson Nlorris, lllanager. ln the first game of the season the Anaheim Cees outplayed the Newport Har- bor team with a victory of I5-10. Okomoto and Fischle played a good offensive game while Shigekawa and Kidd played like veterans, allowing the "Sailors" few setups. The Colonist Cees defeated Brea-Olinda in a ragged fray which resulted in a lb-8 score. Bert Kidd, who filled the pivot position at the tipoff was easily the star player, both offensively and defensively. Gastelum lcd the scoring with six points. Scores: Anaheim 15 Huntington Beach 20 Newport 10 Anaheim 15 Anaheim 15 Garden Grove 9 Orange 17 Anaheim 15 Anaheim 16 Tustin 20 Brea-Olinda 8 Anaheim I 1 Anaheim 6 Excelsior 14 Page Seventy-four THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FUI' RUXY- Mackay, Kiefer, NV1-zlver, XVoodlnlry, Coach Kellog'f.:'. I50'I"l'OM ll0NYAI'llliol, llenlson, 'l'nIn-r, Stockwell, Nvulzmzslue, Key, l'flk51llllllIl'l, lVli1CilI'1ly. IJ IiASKlC'1'BALL The Dees witl1 the help of Coach Frank Kellogg won the Orange County League Championship. They lost only one game during the season. If these midgets C011- tinue to rank as they have this year, they promise good material for next year's team. Class U lettermen are: Cheatham, captaing Bentson, Key, Nlacaray, VVoodbury, VVatanabe, Stockwell, and VVeaver, lllanager. The midgets easily outclassed Brea-Olinda 33-16. The Colonists out-footed their foes around the court and repeatedly b1'oke under the basket for goals. Cheatham made a total of seventeen points, while Stockwell scored fourteen. lllaking the greatest percentage of their shots count, the midget Colonists de- feated the Orange midgets l-l-13. The Colonists held a good lead until the fourth quarter when Orange rallied and gave them some close competition. Fighting an uphill battle in the first three quarters to overcome their opponent's early lead, the lllidgets maintained their record hy defeating Huntington Beach 14- ll. The consistent shooting of Stockwell and clever guarding by Bentson and Key turned the tide to victo1'y. I . ' Anaheim 21 Capistrano 9 Anaheim 14 Orange 13 Anaheim 33 Brea-Olinda 16 Anaheim 22 Tustin 9 Anaheim 14 Huntington Beach ll Anaheim 24 Excelsior 19 Anaheim 15 Garden Grove 17 Page Seventy-five THE BLUE AND GOLD 'POI' RONV Aliotlner, Fred Hath, Heinze, Backs, Fee, Heyinpz, Riley, Beat, Cloud, BOTTOM HONV-Frank Bath, Arthur, Jungkeit, Fellbaum. VARSITY TRACK VVith the smallest squad in many years, the Colonist cinder path artists were unable to cope with the larger squads in point totals, but produced some outstanding individual performances. jungkeit was high point man in the Orange League Championship meet. The lettermen are Riley, Fellbaum, Beebe, jungkeit, and Manager Bettner. In the Novice Meet the relay team won and Arthur took first in the 220. In the Southern Counties meet at Hungtington Beach jungkeit won the broad jump at 21 feet 8 inches, and Arthur was third in the 220. At the Chaffey Invitation Beat won the novice pole vault and set a new record of ll feet 4 inches. ln the Orange County meet Arthur was third in the 220, fourth in the 100, lfcllhaum was third in the 440, Fee was second in the 830, Beebe was fourth in the mile, Riley third in the shot, and jungkeit won the broad jump, placed third in the century, and tied for first in the high jump. Coach Edward Kroutil directed the work of the team. Arthur entered the sprints in the Southern California championship preliminaries, and .lungkeit entered the broad jump. The annual went to press before the outcome of this meet was known. Page Seventy-six THE BLUE AND GOLD 'FOI' ROVVA-l.0slelron, Smith, Minder, Launder, Myers, Mills, Bath, Fisehle, Eley. Mr. Krolltil. il0'I"l'0M RONV-Hawkins, lilvwitl. LOWER PANEL-Darrel liuth, Ruiz, Cheatham, Mengel, Henry Macaray, Comstock, Benny lilaleuray, Mr. Kroutil. B AND C TRACK The Anaheim B track team, with a smaller turnout than usual, had a success- ful season, defeating Orange in a dual meet, and placing second in a good meet be- tween Anaheim, Brea-Olinda, and Excelsior. ln the county meet Beat took first in the pole vault, Fred Bath first in the low hurdles, Loslebon third in the 1320 yard run, and Nlyers third in the 660. The B men winning letters this year are: Myers, Loslebon, Fred Bath, Neil Beat, and Chalmers Hawkins. The C team lost their most consistent point-winner, Ruiz, through an injury, but acquitted themselves well in the baig meets. In the county meet Bath tied for first in the pole vault, Lukens was third in the same event, Meiigel placed fourth in the 50-yard dash and Macaray won the high jump. The lettermen are Macaray, llflengal, jack Cheatham, Lukens, Ruiz, and Dar- rell Bath. All of these boys are freshmen and sophomores, which augurs well for next year's Varsity team. Page Seventy-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD as., Nlfa an E f' 1, 'POI' R0NV4Munoz, Arthur, Grimm, Nightiiigzile, Gnsteluln. Moore. MIIJDIJC RONV-Mr. Kelloigir, Lund, Maurer, VVhite, Moll, .Iuni.1'koit, Ili-elm. liO'l"l'OM lifjxvflllllll Ilnpier, Hath, Kiley, Jones, Claussen, .lov Napier, K4-inn-fly. VARSITY BASEBALL Although hard baseball has been taken from the Orange league. Anaheim has had a season of the sport. Anaheim and Brea-Olinda are engaged in a series of seven games. At press time, five of these games had been played, with Brea holding first place by a one game lead. To mention any one boy as an outstanding player would be unfair as every boy has done his best, which has indeed been something the school can be proud of. The regulars in the hard ball team are lleebe, catcherg l.und and Arthur, pitchersg an infield composed of lylott at first, Claussen at second, Bath at third, and Riley at short, and Kennedy, jungkeit, jones, and Clasteluin in the outfield. The team was coached by Frank Kellogg, and Stan Riley acted as captain. The indoor team is composed of practically the same players as those who re- present A. U. H. S. in hard ball, with the exception of Claussen's addition to the pitching staff and Grimm playing second base. The team has a good chance for a place in the first division. The game played at Garden Grove proved to be especially thrilling. At the close of the 9th the score stood 5-5. Anaheim won in the eleventh. Page Seventy-eight THE BLUE AND GOLD Lewis, Mr. Colwell, Bartelmann, Morris, Cheatham, Niemann, Colwell, Henning. Dohin, and Schneider. ' TENNIS ' A ii M0l'C boys have been out for tennis this year than ever before. Mr. Ap P. Le 'liouin 'su has had charge of freshman tennis and several of his boys have made letters by playing in the Orange County League matches. Mr. Colwell coaches the varsity players. Fifteen pre-season matches were played with near-by schools of which the boys won twelve. Cheatham, Bartlemann, N iemann, and Colwell played singles while Morris and Schnieder made up the first doubles team. In the second doubles the honors were divided among L. Dohm, Hedges, Henning and Friedrichs. Each of these boys won :x letter this year. Indications are that the future teams will be stronger as the fellows are almost all un rlerclassmen. Six boys went to Ojai this year. Of these Schnieder and Morris played in the finals of the event for boys under fifteen years of age. . SCORES OF PRACTICE GAMES Anaheim 4 Montebello 4 Anaheim 6 Long Beach Woodrow Wilson l Anaheim 5 Huntington Beach l Anaheim 4 Huntington Beach 6 Anaheim 1 Santa Ana 5 Anaheim 4 Orange 3 Anaheim 4 Long Beach Woodrow Wilson 2 Anaheim 3 Brea-Olinda 2 Page Seventy-nine THE BLUE AND GOLD HANDHALL 'POI' RONV-Mr. I.:-'l'ourn4-au, Joy, Xvick, Koquet, Niemann, Luther, BOTTOM RUNV-Morale-sv Krann-r, l'ohlmann, Peltzvr, Malice. SVVIMMING 'l'Ul' IQOVV-Uozicli 1l2ll'Ill5llll'l', Hawkins, Rapier, Davis, Key. IIOTTOM ROVV-Hramlt, Shoe-- nmkn-i', Rolwrl Yan W:ig'onor, Vail, Stark Van VVap:0m-r. HANDBALL The handball team was fortunate in having an excellent new court. Several games were played with Santa Ana, Fullerton, and other high schools. Anaheim has won most of the matches. The handball team is composed of the following players: Vincent Peltzer, YVil- lard Pohlmann, VVilliam VVick, Harold joy, Alva Hargrove, Paul Brandt, james llIcl,auchlan, and Charles lllorales. SWIMMING Although handicapped in facilities through a series of unavoidable circumstances, Anaheinfs boy swimmers engaged in several aquatic events. Several participated in the dedicatory exercises at the new Huntington Beach plunge and also in the C. I. F. meet May 15. On lllay 4 and ll several boys went with Coach Carpenter aand held swimfests at Tustin. Practice contests were also arranged with Fullerton. Page Eighty THE BLUE AND GOLD :Ji N . 4 y 1 F , fi K ' s ,N ' , sa g. s i s 'I f it -W j L'LLL' ' L I xl " J j b. .I My l V slxwgt. . Z N fl L . , 1 ll 1- i x . ' v . x 'L .A Lv x Q s IQ 1 lr ss-, V. .. ' ' . ." ' 'A 5 n 5 5 i -T1 S 1 . J V ' new K , 5 ' U :ask ' 'Q Q A Ai - , lll'l'l'1li I.l'1lf"l'-Uoinstoek, Anderson, Holi:-son, Ford, llaleh, llleger, Brown, Kidd. Ul'l'lGIt ICIGHT-Gurr, l'hnpn1:1n. Loudon, lf'i-nnzen, Kopfe-r, Sloan, Eaton, Iiapier. l.0NVlfIli l.Elf"l'-lflngel, Hylton, Du Long, 1-layers, Skillings. LONVIGK RIGHT--NVh:1lley, Iieinert, Iioquel, Quinlivan, Davis, Uomstoek, Pete-rson, Van Vcrst. TUMBLING Tumbling gives boys, not out for major sports, a chance to exhibit their skill in the other lines. Coach Ben Carpenter has supervised the classes. The tumblers have been featured in the school circus and before various organi- zations. rf- A 'l'0l' ROXV -Sp'-uw-i', I-'isehla-, l'll1'llll'l1ll!l, Sweeney, llllllpfilll, 'fonssl-zlu, llorehert, West. lSO'1"l'OM IQOXV-Olvzlrr, Nlaym-s, Nluluee, Diekenson, Travis Mellonuld, liougx-, LlOlll.L'l2lS Mellon- GOLF A green has been provided by the trustees, along with a driving cage and several nhl. sets of clubs. lfaeh Friday the boys are guests of Santa Ana Country Club, where they have greater opportunity to improve their game. Page Eighty-one THE BLUE AND GOLD N ., , WX we 5 . -inn- . y - . . V I k U . 3 Q. , r . ' b . . .,, f u 2' , 1. ffQfg.eQgf..lfig. m, ,ff X'AhQ I " , . , - 'I ff V as iff if I lullvr. Ro-miie, Tovur, lirnndt, 'Pu' 'u,:gs, Dyekman, Mayes, Mr. Sllurpless, NVulks-r, Richards Dohm, Howell, Szmders, Portn-r, liar-neil. BOXING The boxing class was not organized for the purpose of making pugilists out of the boys, but to instill the spirit of good sportsmanship and the art of self defense. In spite of the belief that it is a dangerous sport, no serious injuries have been received in the two years it has been taught here. There are about twenty boys in the class which meets regularly at seventh period, some of whom have attained expertness in the use of the gloves. hfany times they have been called upon to exhibit their skill for various organi- zations. Ilfonroe Sharpless is instructor. NPIXV EQUIPMENT New athletic equipment has been purchased this year-instruments by which the physical fitness of all boys can be tested. Among those ad de . , . 5 strength of grip, measurements of body exercise and a new Spaulding springboard. They give a definite idea of the exercises needed by the individual. d are instruments to test Page Eighty-two THE BLUE AND GOLD 1. GIRLS' COACHES AND t'AI"l'AlNS l,lGlf"I' INSET-Miss Hug'g'ins. RIGHT INSIGT-Miss Coons. TOP ROXV--Mel'uIIoeh, Ynno, Ifranke, Spencer, Sihilling, Chninlu-rs, liopitzke, 4'l'l'1l1ll. MIIIDLIC lloxx'--Slllllllll!l'S, Mann, Weatherly, '1'a,ber, Kranner, Loudon, Goff. H0'l"I'OM ROW'-Amspoker, Tanaka, Clll'lSllZlllS0l!, Slllgukzlwal, Seliroeder, lleminpr. Nvhisnnnl Heekmun. G1 RLS' P HYSICAL EDUCATION Through the splendid leadership and co-operation of the coaches and captains, the Girls' Athletic Department has had a very successful year. The aims of the coaches and captains are to foster clean sportsmanship, fair play, skill in performance and play for play's sake. In order to give more girls an opportunity to participate in sports several new individual sports have been added. They are tumbling, handball, and golf. The number of girls who came out for the team sports such as basketball and baseball was larger than ever before. A commendable feature of the girls' physical education activity this year was the fine sportsmanship displayed, both by winners and losers. Another noticeable feature was the interest and improvement made by girls who did not make the class team when they first came out. Thus, it was demonstrated that the aims of the girls' physical education program were achieved. As to the benefits of health, co-ordination and posture, the pictures and writeups in the section following amply testify. It is hoped and expected that the interest displayed by the girls in physical education this year will continue. ' Page Eighty-three THE BLUE AND GOLD SICNIORS 'I'0l' ROKR' fNY:nIIic-lt, llyllon, Snmnu-rs, Moll, i':u'm:u'k, Ferris. MIDIJLI-I ROW-XN'ylf-r, Hand, Ile-nson, llnseh, l'0llll'IllllS, Templeton, Sihillinu. I!0'I"l'0M RUN' flloskins. 'l':1lwr. lll1ll'2I, lYlK'1llllllN'll le:11vl.l. Sf'lll'U"lll'l'. llohm. NW'kWl'll- .IUNIURS 'FOI' IUNV--In-rry, l7l'llllllL1, llllllllllililll. Ilmlger, l'h:1mlu-rs, lfrnnz, S4'llI'U!'4ll'l', Humln-r. MIIJIILIG ROVVf-I.:lln4e, Sll2lVl'l', Suhr, Y, f'l'l'Illll, fl2ll'I'lNOS2l, Ifreesv-, 'I':m:uk:l. l!0'l"l'OM IQONN'--llviley, Porler, llllllllfllll, Yann leaplj, Yorlle, Niehols, Kl':1m4'l'. SOI'HOM0lil'lS 'FOI' ROXY--I.:ly:ul1:1, lxlflllll, l!:u'r4-ss, I"ishe-r, lleueh, la-lmu-r, Slirlon. MIITDIAIC ROVV--Iwo, Jay, Ilurnes, Nzlralh, Roquel, M1-nzie, lliekenson. 'FHIICIT ROVV ---- lly'4'SllllllIl, .lllll.L1li1'll, Mosif-V, He-ld, NVhisn:unl, Kopilzke, C'ornxvnll, Stevens. H0'l"l'0IN1 IUJXV- lmnrion, Ifranlu-, lezrplwj, III1-will. If'Iil'ISHMl'IN 'POI' ROXY-Y-Ilorlon, ll1lIlll'lS, Amslnlz, Swimller, Kesler, Golden, Prenliss. MIIDIILIC HOXX'---lh:u':u, Swann, lingers, XV1-sl, t'oopm-r, l,, l'r4-nth. k 1. liO'I"l'0M NOW'---Itoqlu-l, Androns, Spenen-r fezupkl, I!I:ukeIy, Goff, NvC'J!lll4'l'lX. l3ASlslIC'ItIiAI.l , Shiga- -aw: The Orange County playclay's results were as follows: A. l'. ll. S. Seniors won over Brea-Ulinmla Seniors. A. ll. ll. S. -Iuniors lost to Santa Ana llnniors. A. ll. ll. S. Sophomores won over flarmlen Grove Sophomores. A. U. H. S. Freshmen lost to Garden Grove lfreslxmen. A speeial playmlay was helal for the sophomore and freshmen seeontl teams. A. U. H. S. seeoncl team sophomores won over Fullerton. A. U. H. S. seeonml team fresh- men won over Garden Grove. Adele Summers was basketball manager. Page Eighty-four THE BLUE AND GOLD SIGNIORS 'l'0l' lillvv-lltllllll, l':lrn1:1ek, lllc'Culloeh, Moll, Hylton, Al1l.ll0l'll!ll"l. lVlllJlJl,l'1 HOXV-Amspoker, liusch, Seliroeder, Henson, l'olhemus, lf'erris. l!O'l"l'0IXl ROXY-NVnIliek. NVyler, Rockwell, Sihilling f02lllt.j, 'l'i-lllpli-loin, Sllllllll4'l'S, Hoskins. .IUNIORS 'FOI' liOVV-lflzunler, lfrnnz, Suhr, Dunham, llniley, 'l':ln:lkzl. MIDIJLIG RONV--Y. Crezilli, Deming, lierry, SClll'Ol'llt'l', Cornwall, Freuse. I S0'l"l'0l ' ' 'Nl ROXN-Shaver, lxrnms, Chetelut, Cll2lIllllt'I'S Lenpt.J, Cnrrisoszl, Yzmo, Kramer, SOPHOMORES 'l'Ol' RONV+-lllzmn, Uhrislizlnson, Loudon, Nalrzilh, lizirnes, Roquot, Uornwnll, 'DiCkf'f'SOY1. Mllbllhlfl ROXV--l.:1y:xn:1, liezxeh, lloo, Jnngkeil, Munzie, lfrnnke, VVl1et-lor, Yonfze. V I!O'l"l'OM lloxxv-ll1lI'l'g5SS, lleluner, Mosiur, Held, Kopilzke fezlphj, NVhisn:ml, Slirlon, lil:-wlll. l"RlflSHlNllCN Q 'POI' RONV--Goff, Hlllhilll, Horton, Kesler, Golden, Prenliss, Allen, XVollenm:m. SIGUONIJ NONV-Story, Iiogels, VVest, Sll0l'lll2lIl, llunis-ls, Cooper, Hunziker, lllim-tworlll. 'l'HlltD RONV-NVQ-zulherly, Swann, lllnkely, lioquel, Pole, Ship.:ek:lw:l, Spencer. l!0'l"l'OM 1i0NV-Heekinnn, Aspelin, Stmiwriztgsrl, Androns, Mayes. VOLLEYBALL Volleyball has just recently become a major sport and therefore more enthusiasm has been shown this your than formerly. T he results of the interclass game s : Seniors 31 Sophoinorcs Seniors 66 Freshmen Seniors 33 juniors juniors 13 Sophomore-s juniors 33 Sophomores Sophomores 60 Freshmen .IUNIORS 'FOI' RON THE BLUE AND GOLD ... - 3 - A 4 SIGNIORS 'FOI' KOH'-Hoskins, VVyl1-r, Iinseh, Schroeder, Henson, Polhemus fmgnxj Amspokn-r, Nlllrlll I" ROXV 'l'v mph-lon XV1 ll' -k 'l'- M-r 'Shu-'h'x Fe-ri-is C'x'n1'u-k .1 lt. n llc .11 ..u.1i ., .1 . ,No l50'l"l'CiINl ROXV11SihilIing', lf0l'l2NV1'll,'SllI'llI'Ilf1l'S fC:xpI.l, lMeC'ulI0el1, lhnru. V---Hnnlinp:lon, Shaver, Franz, Dunham, Uhzmllu-rs, l'ornwnll, llzxilvy. SIGUONIJ RONV- Dvrnimq, Yordv, llnrlol, Seliroeedor, Hnmle-r, l7I'00S1', 'l':1n:ikzn, l!O'I"l'0M liOXVfKrnnis, l'h4-tvlni, Porter V, Urenih 1r':1pl.l, llerry fITlf.fl',l, Yamo, Krnnu-r. S0l'0HOMOKl'IS 'FUI' ROW'-Oehon, Loudon, In-o, Mvnzie, VVlwelvr, l"l'ilIlk4', Kopilzkv, YVlllSllil!ll. SIGUONIJ llfjxv-7li2ll'l'1'SS, Siirlon, liuynnn, Miller, Nurzlth, Iiznrnvs fYll1.fI'.l, Yongv. Raquel. Tllllill lifTVV7lA'l1ll11'l', lion:-li, .lnngkn-il, Cornwall, l'y1-shimzu, Hlvwitt, Mosivr. lI0'I"l'OM ROWAIliekenson, Munn fenplj, He-ld. VRICSH M ICN - : '- Ilooher Allan Sitzenstoek, H1-ffnw, HQ-eknmn. lOl' ROM Hoff, Holton, lhnnl, , , I NIIIIIJIAC ROXV-All. t'r4-nth, NW-st, liogx-rs, lim-rp.:'1-r, l!or'ehvrl, Sliige-kznwzn, SIN'lH'f'I', Cooper fnigrl. I-OIIOM NOX!-lIinr:n, She-ridzun, Moyes, Androus, NV:-:nlhm-rly 1e:ipl.1, lioqun-I, lllnki-ly. llllnziker. HOCKEY Hockey is one of the most liiglily organized team games played by the girls today. The junior :ind senior gznne nas especially good, the juniors giving the seniors za hard fight for their victory. Seniors 5 Sopliomores I Seniors 3 Aluniors l Seniors 6 Frcslnnen ll Seniors 3 juniors l Page Eighty-six THE BLUE AND GOLD SIGNIORS 'l'Ol' IKONY-Al3olim, Siliilliiig, 'I'empl4-lon, Henson, lliiseh, Suinnivrs, Marsehall, MeCuIloeh. Mllllllilrl ROW-Anispuker, lferris, Rockwell, Wyler, Hoskins, lhara, Carmaek. l!O'l"l'OM ROVV-XValliek, Schroeder, lllauvrlian, Talwr Le-apt.J, Hylton, Moll, l'0lh1'YllllS. .IUNIORS 'l'Ol' ll0NVfl"ranz, t'liamlwrs, Dunham, Yorde, Hamler, Hailey, Cornwall. Mllilllilfl ROXV-l.ang'0, Porter, Ulietelal, Shaver, Frei-sv, rllilllllikil. IlO'l"l'OM RONV--Yano, Schroeder, Hiiiitimrtoii, Kramer fc-apl.J, llartol, Suhr. SOPHOMORICS 4 HANK RONV-Mary liayana, Mary Oehoa, Frieda Franke, Ruth .lunp.:'keit, Edith 1.4-0, Lillian Uhrislianson, Phyllis llyeshima, lN1:1.i'g':ii'4-t Nichols. SIQUONIJ ROW'-Cleo liarrvss, lfe-rn 1i0Illlt'l, Ruth llarnes, Maxine Menzie, Evelyn Mann, Lila Narath, Vivian Held. l+'li0N'l' RONV-Mabel Stirton, Genuvive Dickenson, Maxine Xklliisnanl, Gladys Kopilzke, Mildred lamdon, Lois Miller, Hazel Mosier, lylarian lllewill. l"lll'ISlIlNIl'IN 'FOI' RONV-Horton, Swindler, lienain, XVollenman, llIinp.:worth, lleekman, L, Crealh. MIl3lJl.l'l ROXV-lhara, l'. Jones, Shi1.:'ekawa, NVm-alherly, Speneer, Cooper. l!0'l"I'0M lif,xVfR01lll0l, lllakely, Goff qeapl.j, Zimmerman, Silzensloek, Stevens. BASEBALL The baseball season opened with many girls coming out to support their Class teams. The animal went to press before the results of play Could be determined. The senior team. made up of experienced players, will find much Competition with the enthusiastic juniors. The present senior team won the championship last year, and they seem to be out to win again. The promising skill of the nnderclassnien may, perhaps, upset their plans. Alma Bailey is the baseball manager. Page Eighty-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD lll'l'l'1Ii l,l'1l"'I'-'l'Ol' ROW-Planting, lf'u:u'on, Quarton, Hamler, Bailey, Laura Sehroe-der, D4-minp:j. BOTTOM ROW-Summers, Ferris, Walliek, Lori-nu Sehroe-der, l':u'ni:u-k, l'ri:-fr, Niehols. lll'l'l'lR lilGH'l'-llnxter, Hatfield, linker, lirown, Mel.z1ehI:1n, Mc-l!l'i4le, Swann. l'r1-ntiss, Cook, Jones. Illllllllilll IiONV--linrmrs, lioquel, Evans, H1-ekmun, Anrlrous, Alllu. VVesl, liop.:'ers, Cooper, Dania-ls, Goff, Nichols. IIOTTOM RONV-llonkosky, xvlllSIl1llll, Illt xx'- ill, Nuruih, Miller, lla-ld, .lung'kt-it, llzlrrr-ss, Munn. l,0VVl'1li lil4Il"'l'--'I'Ol' IlOXV-Musser, Mayes, Franke, Mott, WH-zitlic-i'ly, Myers. Hunlinelou, AlllSlNJk1'l'. ll0'l"I'OM ROW'-Goff, Anclrous, t'hrisli:inson, Nnrzitli, 'l'ulver, 'l':ln:xk:l, lfl'1llll"l'. l.0W'lCR lllGl'l'I'--'l'0l' llflxv--l'0llll'lllllS, Sihilling, 'l'ompleton, Roekwell, Mzirsehnll, ldvnns, liilllllllillld. I!0'l"l'0M ICUNV-lllewill, Alrleiler, Stoll, Sliign-kzlwzn, IXl:1el,:u-hlnn, Sln-rillnn, Aspelin, Spencer. SYVIIWIUING S..'imming is one of the very few sports whieh we can continue to use throughout our life, therefore it is necessary that we learn to swim well. The value of swimming as the best all-around sport in our programs of activi- ties may be measureml through its Contributions toward "healthful practice, safety education, and wholesome use of leisure time." .lane Deming was the swimming manager. TENNIS Tennis is one of the important individual sports. During the fall season, the elzisses had elimination contests, and later interelass tournaments. The sophomores won, seniors second, freshmen thircl, and juniors fourth. County Tournaments were played in the spring, each school being represented by four singles anal two doubles. Ruth Huntington was the tennis manager. Page Eighty-eight THE BLUE AND GOLD TOP ROW-Mc Culloch, West, Barnes, Allen, Rogers, Mann, Sheridan, Hamler. Stirton. MIDDLE ROW-Summers, Carmack, Wallick, Androus, Stankey, Standridge, Fearon, Bailey, Narath, Lange, Dickenson. BOTTOM ROW-Clark, Rundstrom, Roschrook, Held, Mayes, Stuernagel, Illingworth, Wollen- man, Marschall. Green Criss Nelson Forsyth GIRLS' TUMBLING AND RHYTHM During the second semester of this year girls' tumbling and rhythm classes were organized for the first time at A. U. H. S. The girls' tumbling class together with the the rhythm class members featured prominently in the Student Body Circus. Various dances to all types of music were studied by the rhythm class supervised by Miss Linda Huggins. The girls' tumbling class under the direction of Miss Jessie Coons displayed real skill and training wherever the class appeared. The two classes totaled about fifty in membership and displayed much progress for the short time they have been organized. Page Eighty-nine THE BLUE AND GOLD ,Z POSTURE AND FIRST AID The girls who are in the pictures are representative types of a posture, selected from all classes but eighth period. They illustrate tin action picturesb several exercises given for round shoulders, forward head, pronated ankles and Hat feet. Posture tests are given at least twice during the year. Hancroft's Triple Posture Test is used for general classification. lfach girl is judged according to her standing, walking and exercising positions. Those who do not fall into class A are given further tests, and if necessary, are assigned to special exercises for the correction of defects. Since good posture is an indication of one's attitude toward life, and usually is prerequisite to social and business success, all girls aspire to be classified among the A group. Health education is taught to freshman classes. All sophomores have first aid once :1 week. Simple and home nursing is taught. Instruction is also given in emer- gency first aid to school injuries. Page Ninety THE BLUE AND GOLD Nz THE BLUE AND GOLD I ,- , Vkfy L gy 4? K 7 , ' J - i t . I 1 f ' 1 it U, I ' ,A V, V A, Q, 5 i B g... 1 ' 1 'Q 4 i e e a fr ,fe f 9 1 W Q' f 1 f.. 'g , ' K7 i yn : V , g M, 9 K i f 1 f, ,. it , Vx . VN it I . Q L ' X t K ., .I V3 S : v LVVV X A- V - , f 5 E if 4' g - 4 .'.v . xg. X. -,'- . X V,L I F M 1? QTY? c A i 4 lb E A. g 5 fi R e 5. Mg r GIRLS' VARSITIES BASKETBALL-Lorena Schroeder, Mauerhan, Rockwell, McCulloch, Mott, Taber, Busch. HOCKEY-Benson, 151-rry, Laura Schroeder, Hailey, Creath, McCulloch, Rockwell, Sihillinpr. Templeton, M2llltll'll2ll1, Taber, Hylton, Mott, SllI'lll!l0l'S, 1'Oll10lIlllS. VOLLEYHAIJA-llanrn Schroeder, Whisnant, Kopitzku, lllewitl, Mann, Hailey, Yorde, Hylton, Mott, Snnimers, Franz. HASEHALl.-Kranier, Lzuirn Schroeder, Urealh, Suhr, l+'ra.nz, VVhisn:unt, Tanaka, Yano, Ihara, Mr-Cnlloc-li, Rockwell, lluseh, Hailey, Lorena Schroeder, 'l':ilrer, lferris, Polhemus, Mauer- GIRLS' VARSITIES It has been the custom for several years to choose girl varsity teams in the team hun, Hylton, Moll. sports at Anaheim Union High School. These teams are picked on the basis of play throughout the regular schedule of inter-class games, and the selections are not made until the end of the season. Thus, the teams do not play together as units, but are merely honorary groups. In any particular sport, the highest achievement is to be named on the varsity. The teams shown above naturally have more upperclassmen than freshmen and sophomores, but it makes no difference in the choosing whether the individual girl plays on a winning or a losing team. Points to be considered in making this choice include the ability and practice in playing team-work. Girls who try to outshine their team-mates are given scant con- sideration in making the Varsity selection. Other points considered are eligibility, consistently good play, rather than ex- ceptional brilliance at intervals, and sportsmanship. lt is believed that this year's Varsities compare favorably with the teams chosen in the past, and that, if there is any difference, the present teams are better balanced, and have greater all-around ability than those of former years. This tendency is in conformity with the ideal of team play over individual play. There are fewer all-around stars this year, and better team play, which is considered a distinct advance. The reason for choosing a Varsity in each sport is to give recognition for pro- ficiency and to encourage all those competing in the various sports to achieve this honor. Page N inety-two THE BLUE AND GOLD URAKIA 'lllw xlrama l'0lll'SK'S aml proxluctirms at .'XlIilll1'llll llnirm lliglx Sl-Imul arx' I mf llIIIIft'll to rlxx' lIlt'I'l' lvarnvng aml Dl'x'S"lll2lflUlI ol plays. 'lllw ulwjc'x'tix'c is ratlwr tu :Lixc thx lll.lIlI.lI'lt stumlmurs .1 xxmlllmumlul xnxx ol tlxc- vntlrx- mmlx-rn llI"lIlI'lllk' incl-l ul txxf ln aalmlirimx to lC'1li'llllIQI aml xlc'lix'c'ring lines anal lJ1llll'0lllllll', tlwlc is L'HllSlll1'l'2ll3ll x' in stagx' lllII4l1llNl'lIf1ll9y stage mzxlwup aml stage' svttings. lJl'1lIllSlflCS ls, of voxlrsc, Llllll'l'Cllf frmxx ntlxm' sulxjcvts in that tlxx-rx' is no l'l'j1lllIll book, aml tlu- CUIIVSL' is not tllc' same cx'v1'y year. lfarlx Class lvarns aml prL'sm'nts xlllll'l'K'l1f plays. :mal ncvvssarilx' mx-cts mliffcrcnt problems. ills .um lwx-mlxxllxg morn' nunxvruus L'2lL'll xr-ar. Altlmuglx somc of thx- most talvntcxl mlramatics l'.m'nllmcnt m tllx' tlI'1llll2lflL'S xlc'pa1'tmx-nt IS Uonstantlx' lllL'I'x'1lSlllg1, aml p1'ml11x'rif 5 xlvurs arc in rlxx- prcsx-nt g1l'1lxlllIlflllf1 class, muclx ncxx' matx'1'ial has lX'l'll clismx'c1'wl mluxiug flu' prvsclxr xx-ar, and pmspvvts inclivatv 2lll0l'lll'l' successful scrics of sx-lmul pl lxs ncxt yn-ar. Page Nhzvfy-flLr'ev THE BLUE AND GOLD l'I'l'l4Ili l.IGlf"l'4llo4-kwa-Il :ind llnlh. Ul'l'1'lll RIGHT--Kziy and Sunune-rs. LUWHIQ l.1'Ilf'l' - Floinl :mil Ulzislwy, l,UXYl4Ill Illll'll'l' --.l:iggi-rs, linlnlzill, :ind lion-ge, TIIIC XVASIVS NICST 'lllme Senior Plan' was proilnceil nniler tlic direction of Hrs. lfziye Kern Sclinly on tlie evening of Illzirclm 27, l'l3l. The play was il tlirillingg mystery comedy in rliree zicts. Hrlllll' VV:isp's Nest," like all successful mystery plays, has its slmre of green lights. ilzirk scenes, ghosts, iliszippeziring clizlirs, nnil trziin robberies. 'lllie entire plzu' takes place in olml MclJon'ell's lN1lI1Sl0I1, mleep in tlie woods ont siile ol lfllisron, Virginia. 'llli' elizirzlcters were' Rower fllcllowell plziyeml ln' l,oren Clonclg Steve Nelson 1 . . ,, ilnlml, l imil liirli l llc Curtis, Klelvin Rzinilzlllg Reid Carson Niels lloegeg llenry lf' i- 9 " 1 3 ,: '- Stain Rileyg llnnk, iXI?lI'Sll2lll lieelweg Nancy xIl'l'l'lY2llK'v Dorothy Clzisbeyg Klyrtle l'e:n'l .lziggersg Hrs. Nelly Klcllowell, Adele Snnnnersg Lillie, Zl negro servant, lfllen liuy Zllltl Nlrs. lfnnneline -Iessnp, Rntli Rockwell. 'lllll' play, p:n'tienl:n'ly wellfzulupteml for liigli school proilnction, was one of flu niost snccessfnl ever proclnceil :it Anzilieinl lligli School. Page Ninety-ffm 1' THE BLUE AND GOLD l'l'l'l4Ili l.l4Zl4"l' llumlw-r, luluhum, Nluyvs, :md Yun XY:lg:mwl'. lll'l'I'Ili liIGll'l'-Allzlvks, Slxuw 144' uni lla-iuzv, l,0XYl'Ill LICl"'l'-I-'rusvlg lim-llls-V, und Mulhis, IAJXYICIQ liIGlI'l'-Nvwlun, Fitz- rzllmi, :md l.:1umi1-r. SICYEN'1'lCICN 'lllu' -lllllllll' l'l:1y lllllli'l' tlu' mlircctiou of llrs. lfzlyv Kern Svlmulz was pxvsvlxtval on NtlX'L'llll7L'I' 25, 1030. The play was 21 Cll'1lIll1lflZZltl0ll of Booth ,llill'lill1j,ff0lllS HSQWI1- tm-u." 'lllw lm-zulumg rolcs we-rc played by luuul llculzc, as Xvlllll' liznxtcr who was just HSCYl'llfl'l'IIH years old, zuul lxI2lI'j0l'lC Slmw, :ls Lola l'1'z1tt, who was W'illi4-'S Hlmlwy talk lzulvn. 'lllw I'l'lI11ll1llll'l' of tlu' cast was as follows: lllrs. llzlxtvr, XVillic-'s lI10fl1Cl', pluyml bv l1lIIL'l' l'lI'1lSl'l'Q Mr. lgZlXU'I', XVillim-'S fZlflll'l', Clillwrt Koclmlcrg .lzuu-, NVilliv's turtle- tzllm' sister, l'll'l'Ill' Klzxtlusg lllay l,2ll'Cl1l'I', l,ol:1's ll'll'l1Kl, Ifvclyu l'llfZf1K'l'2llllQ lllr. Pau'- clu-r, lfnl Lzuuulc-1'g jon- Bullitt, -lack Nc-wrong Clcorgv Coopcr. Stark Yau VV2lj.IUlll'l'1 NVaIlic lglllllifi, lfvzum liucksg Us-llcsis, thc negro Sk'l'X'1lllf, llzu'x'c-y Cla-rtlmg Iirlu-I liokzl, lxlvzl llzuulcr: zuul Mary Brooks, KZ!flll'j'll Uuullzuu. The vlltirc- vast ZlCqlllI'l'l'Cl YllClllSClX'l'S wc-ll before- Il large :uul CllfllllSl2lSflC zuulivucc. Page Ninety-fivc THE BLUE AND GOLD ASSICMBLY PROGRAMS AND OTHER PRODUCTIONS ln addition to the major productions, such as the class plays, the dramaties department has contributed largely to the entertainment of the student body and faculty in regular assemblies, pay assemblies, class and club programs, and outside dramatic presentations. lllany of the plays are also given for organizations away from the campus. lllrs. Schulz, the dramatics instructor, always had one or more plays in the course of production throughout the entire year. Some of them were: "Sail Right ln," with Virginia Carmack, Odessa Eulfer, and Gilbert Koehler. "The First Dress Suit," with lylary Ellen Chambers, Lois Porter, Harvey Gerth and Emil Heinze. "VVomen Folks," with Elva Hamlet, Kathryn Dunham, Ruth Rockwell, lrene Hylton, Ellen Kay, Dillard VVilkerson, and Virginia Latham. "lllarriage Cake," with Lawrence Dyckman, Ethel VVilhoit, and Vivian Boyd. "Tea Leaves," with Nona Planting, Evelyn Fitzgerald, Claire Leonard, George llliner, and Robert Dean. "The hlan in the Bowler Hat," with Emil Heinze, Lawrence Dyckman, Lois Porter, lllary Ellen Chambers, Dillard NVilkerson, and Harvey Gerth. "VVrong Numbers," with Vivian Boyd, Kathryn Dunham, and Ellen Kay. "Pot Boilers," with Alec Cleren, Dave Arthur, Virginia Latham, Esther Zeppen- feld Cliff llloore, Ed Launder, and Robert Dean. "A NV:-dding," with Dorothy Clasbey, Shirley Lamb, Adele Summers, Alec Cieren, lllel Randall, Dave Arthur, and Buster jones. "Mistletoe and lX'Ioonlight," with Dave Arthur, Buster jones, Irene Hylton, Odessa Enlfer. Alec Geren, lllelvin Randall, Fred Bath, and Charlotte Hapgood. ln addition to these plays several other interesting programs were given. Among them was the appearance of several of the dramatics students before a meeting of the Parent-'lleachers Association last fall in a series of original pantomimes. lllost of the talent appearing at school assemblies and organization meetings was Pa ge Ninety-six THE BLUE AND GOLD I.I+Ilf"I'-l.eon:lrd and Fry. CEN'1'ER-Kay, lloyd, and Dunham. RIGHT--Koehler, Heinzo, Gerth. from our own student body, although professional speakers, musicians, and entertain- ers are heard from time to time. This year assembly programs were exchanged with Brea-Olinda High School. lllost of the assemblies depend upon the drama department for their entertainment and enthusiasm displayed indicates its great success- Most of the short plays presented received enthusiastic applause. The increasing number of requests for plays from the drama department indicates the popularity of their productions. In addition to these entertainments, some assembly programs were staged by other groups. Among the most effective was the radio program presented by the :zcniors to advertise their Blue and Gold. ln this, Howard hlinder was the radio announcer, and john Shoemaker made the sales talk. The chief entertainment features were Chet Brandt and his orchestra. and Dale Twiggs playing his saxophone solos. Some assemblies were regular student body meetings, at which problems of student body government were discussed, The time for other assemblies was taken up in part in giving out awards in var- ious student activities including presentation of athletic awards, typing certificates and medals and awards won in the Armistice Day parade. Two assemblies this year were for oratorical contests. The first was sponsored by the Anaheim Toastmaster's Club. The school contest was won by Fred Bath, with Loretta Nichols second. The other was the annual National Oratorical Contest on the Constitution, sponsored in this district by the Los Angeles Times. The contest was won by Loretta Nichols, and Katherine Dohm was second. Page N inety-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD I 1 i l TOP ROW-Lukens, Moore, Yellis, Schindler, Horton, Foland, LaMont. MIDDLE ROW-Zeppenfeld, Hobson, Hohensee, Dyckman, Leonard, Gaweleck. Anderson, Kanter. Miss Conover. LLOTTOM ROW-Priddy. Yonker, Stroup, Trout, Chetelat. Taber, Melntyre, Templeton, Schroeder. STAGECRAFT As an important part of dramatic and musical presentations, stagecraft is accortlc l a large place in the dramatic curriculum of Anaheim High School. Much of the success of the school and class productions the past year has been due to the skillful work of the stagecraft classes. GIRLS' STAGECRAFT The girls' stagecraft classes take care of all the costumes and make-up. 'l'lu'y made it possible to present the operetta, "The Belle of Barcelona," with such a nun:- ber of beautiful costumes. Good make-up requires both patience and skill, and the girls of the class wer: found to have adequate resources of both. BOYS' STAGECRAFT Maiiy in the audiences of our school plays have remarked at the proficiency of the stagecraft boys, and the tone of the stage settings. This has been made possible by the untiring efforts of the boys' stage crew. Miss Conover is instructor of both stagecraft groups and deserves her reputation as a most efficient stage director. Page N ine ty-eight THE BLUE AND GOLD 1' . 1 - 'I'0l' ll0VVvlJonno, lirundl, Miller, Uriss, Curtin, llurnvs, Lemon, Nelson, Felton, HOIder. lirllh. Mzlvkzxy. xvilll Vs-rst, vVil,lkPl', NVclvlv, W'ire, NVilll2l,C0. V MlDlJl.l'Z li0W'fHoldvr, Aldlor, Moll, Lukens, Murillo, llochelli-, NVln-1-lor, VVl1lSll1llll, Reynolds. Anderson. Nichols, l7li'li0IlS0ll, lilldilllilll, Mrowfkzi, .lum.rkvit. l!O'l"I'0M ROXV-Mr. VVilli:uns, IJmning.g', Mallee, lillflllilllll, Hartelt, 1'ool, Dougan, Loslelmon, ORCHESTRA The advanced orchestra, an organization of about fifty members, plays for all- I ruxaw, NN Q-str school' assemblies, the school entertainments, and presents numbers at the annual school concert. The beginners' orchestra provides valuable training to the less advanced students, giving the individuals a chance to perfect their playing and developing material for the advanced orchestra in the future. i l I ' I Q TOP ROVV-Miller, l4'eatl1erim.:ill, Hylton, lionkosky, Jewell, liadger. MLDDLE ROW-Henson, Marseharll, Mrs. llrown, Wicker, Thill, Mrowfka. BOTTOM lioxxv'-llullllll, FI'f1Lllk Baker, Warren Baker, Daniel, NVollonmun, Rochelle, Rinehart, Page Nine ty-nine THE BLUE AND GOLD .I fr .9 s A .MW V fr W-L 013,291 J! I 'POI' ROXV-llozinv, Cluussen, Pohlmann, Mackay, Uolz, Vain Vvrst, Miller, I4'ilzp:1ll'ic'k. MIl?l7I.l'I ROXV-VValker, Wire, Miller, lfisehle, Priddy, Jackson, l'r1-ssi-I, liundslrom, 'lliylmx l!O'l"l'OM ROVVWMiIls, Fm-ris, Caiwlhon, Barnetto, Chenium, Mr, NVilIi:ims, lAlllll4'IllHll'll, BAND ln the complete band organization there are about seventy members. The hand I imlgr-i', Holder, VV1-hh. is one of the most active organizations on the campus, and has brought much credit I.: the school. Important among their accomplishments this year was the winning of th- hand sweepstakes cup in the Armistice Day parade. The band played for many :cha ol and civic affairs. This year for the first time, the band played for the Anaheim unit of high school cadets, and was officially a part of that organization. TOP RQWV-M4H'l1'I'. Uoehrzme, Stearns, Doane, Fisehle, Cheatham. 5lllllZl.l'. ROXV-Soares, Van Vorst, Higgins, Lakeman, Thill, Ehrlo, VVallace, Loudon, IS4-nson L01 10M ROW-Mr. Williams, Mcliiee, Lewiii. I.lfll.1lClllDZlCl1, Braun, Iladger, liressm-I, Cuwthon Page One Hundred THE BLUE AND GOLD e ,dass see?-we A ff ff se , t +R 'FOI' li0NVf-Ifilzvrnld, Mnrschzill, .lun-kson, Vv'nlts, Fe-rris, Kanlrzilh, Forsyth, Mathis, Shnvt-r. Knhlvn, l'illllSl'll, l'l1lDHOUtl, liovllellv. MIIDDIJC ROXY-Inske-vp, l:0I'g'1'I', Milli-r, 111-lion, Efker, f.2ll1ll't0l1, Nivhols, Mimlvr, Nvnno, l"l'l'X, W'yI1-ix Munn, Roc-kwvll. l!0'l"I'0M liflxv-SllllNllK'I'S, Hznnlvr, Krnms, Chetelzit, Leonard, Dunham, lirownvll, Knipe-, li'uIl'1-r, Hylton, M:l1u-rllzni. GIRLS' GLEE CLUBS The most important productions of the girls' glee clubs were the Cliristnms Czintutzi and the operctta, "The lielle of Barcelona," in which they were assisted by tlic RIOZZIIT orchestrzi and the boys' glee club. ln addition, the junior girls' glee club presented a miniature operetta in assembly entitled "Lady l'l1'1lllCCS." v i U ' I Q li' " v . A " ' il . ft in t . ix ' S' iii -.t. 1 iv .fi A Qt,,x ' 1' Q A ,. Ll . L Xt 3 i ,A i t L vkkhkk i .Q 3 - X .11 s " -'N 5' i i f ' i s f Q. 1 Q 5 5' 4 5-sq 'Ls A . , .X fm K K K, .kk, ,km . Y il 1 I ' j, ,N . V . Q, --1. ' Y, gi , i f f N4 ff, .4 v-J i if-if .Ll 'ii by K if E,g,,?3p i i .eV.t K . . Q Jax ' .,s..-' 1 .ffff.g:sii1if3f 'Qin i' t' ' LQ, ' TOP IQOXV-Sxxw-vlwy, Hilg'enI'vld, Ochoa, Hoskins, Claes, XYYOZIVGF, Leo, lfrzmko. Mlllllhlfl liOXV-Uroim-r, Il:u'nes, Jungtkeit, Neuschaffer, Mozivr, Kopitzke, Miner. Mrs, Brown. BOTTOM HON'-NYilson, Miller, Morris, Bright, Narrath, Lehlner, Friedrichs, Page One Hundred One THE BLUE AND GOLD 'POI' ICOVV-Spvncvr, Stark, Stark Yan NV!lf2,'OH0l', Eaton, I"itzpatriek, NVIIQLIION, HPIINP- A MIDDLE Tl0VV4'Fl7llSSl'Zlll, Dean, Luthvr, H2ll'l'iS, l"lzLnzli.:':1n, Robert Yun NVagom'F, Hawkins. blind. BOTTOM IiOW--Cochrane, Dickerson, Vail, Sockerson, Frzinzcn, Taylor, l"lSllf'I', Sawtolio. BOYS' GLEE CLUB The membership in this year's boys, glee club is the largest in the history of the school. In addition to taking part in the operetta, they sang in assembly and also had a prominent part in the Christmas Cantata. it-1.x , g A 'ig - 'FOI' ROW-Soares, TlllYldStI'0Il1, Lewis, Barnett, Hressol, Holder, Simon, Benson, Daniels. MIDDLE ROW-Pressol, Thill, Engle, Turner, Mills, Ferris, Jackson, Cawthon. BOTTOM IiOW--llrzufkman, Myers, Dickerson, Rstmm, Adams, NVatts, Knott, liflpior. DRUM CORPS This year, for the Hrst time, Anaheim High School had a drum corps. This unit was a part of the cadet corps. Their contribution to the success of the cadets was an important one. Page One Hundred Two THE BLUE AND GOLD m.,. L V IBOU I ZIJG t1HX"'E'I"I'I'IL1 'FUI' ROW--lin-inn-, Harris, Vail, 'l'm1sse:1n 'YO' Hf,XV+l'Nlliiil'I', Leonard, Kzlhlen, Shaver, llO'l"I'0M HOXY---l,u1ui, NVl1:lIl1-y, lJil'kt'1'li4l1, Mathis, Hylton. SDt'lll'1'l', Taylor. IIUTTOM IIOVV-Sunimers, Qnurlon, Felton, LLrow1n-II. Knipv. I3Oli'BI.IC SICXTETS AND MOZART ORCHESTRA The double svxtvts are Chosen from the best material in both glee clubs. They have special parts in school productions and often appear in programs off the campus. The boys' quartet, composed of VVhalley, Lund, Vail, and Obarr, sang over the radio several times. The Rlozart orchestra is composed of the fifteen most advanced members of the orchestra. It furnishes the accompaniment for the major musical productions and plays for many entertainments during the year. MOZART ORCHESTRA TOI' R0NV4AIdlor, Mott, Hath, Van Verst, Wire, Criss, Felton, Miller. ISOTTOM RONV-Mrs. Brown, Deming, Hartelt, Rochelle, Burmann, West, Nelson. Page One Hundred Thrrze THE' VBLUE AND G LD K , f A' 1907! T Xl , Q' V " ' llI'l'lGli l'ANl'II,-Vail and lfulferg Tl:lll'll1'l'Q Yan VV:1p:om-r and Shot-Inuker: Nix-hols antl Minsh-r. l.0NVlCli PANl41l.ASu1nlnt-rs and XVulliekg SIM'Ill't'l' and Lund: Hylton and I4'ulfn-r: l'llllIll4'l' :.n.l Slrullnnun. "THIS BELLIC Ol" BARClCI.ONA" The largest production of the inusie department during the year was the operetta. "The Belle of Barcelona," presented by the combined glee clubs and the Mozart orchestra. The operetta deals with a rornance between Klargarita and l,ieutenant Harold xVl'lQllt, which started three years before the action ot the operetta when they had inet in America. The former part was played by Udessa lfulfer and the latter by Riebard Vail. The further action deals with her betrothal to a scheming: noblt-man by her parents and the subsequent publicity of his guilt. lllargarita then chooses her own lover. The remainder of the east was as follows: Harry Stratlunan, l'flva Hamler, Irene Hylton, Arnold Lund, Donald Spencer, llugh Taylor, Stark Van NVagoner, Glen Shoemaker, Loretta Nichols, Bernice lllinder, Charlotte llapgood, lfhner Rennie, and Robert Dean. Page One Hmzclred Four ,J THE BLUE AND GOLD woouingmon Moore T Dohm Betzsoid Horton Ledford Miss Golder Willis Strathman AN ORANCO The policy of the Anoranco this year has been the continuation of last year's aim, that of standardization in makeup and newspaper style. The Anoranco has endeavored to be of benefit to the readers by presenting the current happenings of the school, by comment and humor, and by co-operating by way of space given to advertisements, with the merchants of the town. Another phase of the policy of the journalism department has been to aid those students who are engaged in the publication of the Anoranco in learning to write concisely, accurately and in what is known as newspaper style, also to acquaint them with the various phases of newspaper publication. The course aims, too, to create in- telligent newspaper readers. The Anoranco is a member of the Southern California High School Press Asso- ciation. Besides submitting copies of the Anoranco for criticism, representatives of the paper attend the conventions of this association regularly, and derive no small amount of benefit from them. The Green Lemon is scheduled to appear the latter part of May and promises to be one of the most successful editions published so far. This edition comes out in the form of a small magazine, the purpose of which is purely entertainment. A radio theme is being carried out under the direction of Roxie Willis as editor-in-chief. The regularity of appearance and smoothness of operation of the Anoranco is due largely to its staff, and particularly to the editor-in-chief for the year, Katherine Dohm, and to the managing editor for the second year, Frank Woodington. Others of the staff who deserve mention for consistent co-operation are Clifford lN'Ioore, head-line writerg Edna Betzsold, news editor, Grace Ledford, societyg Don- ald Horton, Howard Lear. sportsg and Roxie Willis, features. Page One Hundred Five THE BLUE AND GOLD i l Shoemaker Nelson Criss lhara Jungkeit Busch Minder Carmaek Green Pierson Schroeder Summers Hylton Mr. Kennedy Spencer Strathman THE BLUE AND GOLD The problems of the 1930 Blue and Gold were the inclusion of new subjects and the printing of the book in our school shop. Charles Strathxnan deserves mention for the professional conduct of his work. The staff and adviser wish to thank those who helped with the production of the book, particularly Principal -I. A. Clayes for his help and advice at every stage of the work, llliss xV3lkCl' for her help with the iforeword and senior sfction RIF. Hedstroni for the many fine pictures he contributed, llliss Kelly and her typing students for preparing copy, llilrs. Schulz, N113 NVillia1ns, lXIr. Carpsnter, Bliss Coons, Kliss Huggins and llliss Conover for assistance in organizing the material in their respective departments, to lylr. Ross and Claude Taylor for their splendid co-operation in printing the book. and to Katherine Dolnn, Louise Amspoker and Grace Ledtord for their contributions to the book. The stall positions wi-re: .fehn Slioqinzilqw, editor: Charles Strathman, advertis- ingg Lorena Schroeder, associate editor and artg Shirley Criss, re-writeg Berthyle Nel- son, copyg NVilda Green and Nora Busch photosg Lillian lhara, typistg 'Paul Jung-- keit and Virginia Carinack, sports, Inadale Pierson, organizationsg Adele Summers, seniorsg Irene Hylton, music and drama, Howard lylinder and Donald Spencer, junior assistants. lN'Ir. Kennedy was faculty adviser. Page One Hundred Six THE BLUE AND GOLD if Claude Taylor, Assistant print shop nianagvr, Hedpxes, llvltner, 1XTeM:mners, liallnu, Hurt n, Adams, Schumer, Mr. Ross, print shop manager. PRINTSHOP The primary purposes of the print shop are the instruction of students and the actual printing of student publications and jobs within the school. The boys taking print shop are in two classes, first those who are taking the subject in view of following the printing trade as their life work and second, those boys who take printing for scholastic credit. These boys gain an appreciation of the quality and costs of good printing as well as the time necessary to complete a job. They will be able to estimate in later life jobs before they are sent to the printer. There are other practical uses of the things they learn, even though they do not follow printing as a trade. The fundamentals of the course are given through the book, "Printing Oceupar- tions." As soon as the students have advanced far enough they are given practical jobs to set and print. Some of the jobs include posters, notices and programs. Through the purchase of the new Pony llliehle press, the annual is now printed in our own shop, as well as being set up here. liven the printing of the color art work was done. The new press has also made it possible to run two pages of the Anor- aneo at once, instead of just one as formerly. All jobs are done in less time and the press work is better. In addition to the jobs already mentioned the shop prints manuals, blanks of all kinds, and the comprehensive literature list for the English department. Together with the journalism classes the print shop boys visited the Los Angeles Examiner this year. Page One Hundred Seven THE BLUE AND GOLD A U T C G IQ A D H S Q yi 3J,.5M.g! Y 8 F 5 , A- Z 5 'T " '95 " 4? 4 'wx 54 if 'W if Wi gy ww M ' 1' W fsmw ' 1:4 Q 5 M5525 H 'C ,P E C, mi f .Q A xg E'-w 85: ,Egg JM fi Vw, K- ze ,',g1Q.,ff,! ,ff I ' I. w. ' f, H . :. . " wig: -' ., 5,525 Q., 5:11-QQ," gif gm W -fgiggg ,, Alkl .iz 'va ZiAyv'g':,.:j ::A5Jf13L.-,Q-,Iwi-1'-l xg- 'X 1y35.a.'5:1ffVigi.L,g3zn, ,ab X . 3.,Q - .QM ' Egg. M. , L . :,m,xQgg'-3' 5 4- 12,5 '1-.,,4,s Q in .v 'i, Q' ,f"5""'7.:"' LVx1'5"f'5 lf' ', V ' . 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E 'm,.,,,q 5 Q flt'N U, Je , i moyi Uhe. 10 mane ll frgf' Um' Ilmzzlrvfl Niufr P Q THE BLUE AND GOLD Q One H undred Ten THE BLUE AND GOLD Page One H und THE BLUE AND GOLD One Hundred Twelve THE BLUE AND GOLD Page One Hundred , Q THE BLUE AND GOLD One Hundz ed F f OIH ,GC THE BLUE AND GOLD Page Om: Hundred THE BLUE AND GOLD One H zmdred Sixteen THE BLUE AND GOLD Pg O THE BLUE AND GOLD g Hlmdrcwl Eighteen THE BLUE AND GOLD Page 0 gg THE BLUE AND GOLD Q O ne Hundred Twenty THE BLUE AND GOLD Page O 'Il THE BLUE AND GOLD Igo Harm' fy-f THE BLUE AND GOLD J alverlisers The business firms who have taken advertising space in the 1931 Blue and Gold have won the wholefhearted good will of the students by their splendid cofoperation. The senior class in particular wishes to thank the adverf tisers and to assure them of our best wishes. my E AP, , iiililig :Qi 1 iikifqsg 1 Page One Hundred Twenty-three THE BLUE AND GOLD urn-lf..-1.011 lnul 1 llll 1-1111111111111111 1 4--n1nn1 l I 1 ,O 1 l l ! ! l Q . 5 etzfold Qstudzo 2 3 EXTENDS l iv SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS 1 l ! to the 1931 ! I GRADUA T1NG CLASS ! of the Q ANAIIEIIU UNION HIGH SCHOOL I E ! I ! n fy ! Q 2 PHONE 2530 i 1 ll0 E. Center Street Anaheim ! l . i gQWO,,HdOO O I I Q...-..-.....-.,..-.... ----------- --------- - Page One Hundred Twenty-four 20 O " 'W A' 'FSS T-..-..-..- ,-..-..-..-..--- ,.W. - -.-.- . . - .. . -..-.-..- -.,- -.,.-..,-..- .-.,-..-..-. THE BLUE AND GOLD ,F-,,, -.............. ........-.. . .....-..? l . I I E Grange County Drug Co. g I H. E. ARNOLD, Prop. I Ilrpmriablzf Presrription Druggists I I I 300 VV. Center Street Anaheim l . signin-:ul1uu1un1un-nn1nn1uu1un1uu1uuu1nnn-un1nu1un1nu-uuiun1un1uu1uu1nu 1uu1-un -nn -rm 111'-uuxi as IHOIVIENTS OF THE PAST SCHOOL YEAR VVE'D LIKE TO LIVE OVER VVhen Anaheim scored a touchdown in the second quarter and went ahead of Orange. The fight between liecbe and Cloud in the senior play. Announcement of senior ditch day. The hand balancer's act in the school circus The unexpected passing grade in history. VVHY SOIXIE STUDENTS WILL ALVVAYS GET FAILING GRADES "I forgot to take my book home last night." "I had my paper all written out, and my little brother tore it up." "I was absent yesterday and couldn't Find out what the assignment was. "I studied the wrong lesson." "I thought you said this lesson wasn't due until IXIonday." "An examination today? Gee, I forgot all about it." "I studied on it for two hours, but just Cfllllfllllt understand it. VVon't you ex plain it to us in class ?" "Somehow this is awfully hard to get when I study it at home, but when you tell us about it here in class it's just as plain as anything." "I guess l'll go to the show tonight and get up early in the morning to study." 'P I I GRIGGS' SERVICE sTAT1oN I . l I Tires, Oils, Greases, Accessories ai Free f,:f!1lI1I'l'll3't" Srrvirr I Richfield, Union, Western Gasoline I CLINTON A. GRIGGS A. U. H. S. '23 niuenluvinilI1ll1ll1ll1ll-ruuiun-:nn :11-1:11i1 1 1 n-.01 .,.. 1q.,1,,,1.,1,,,1,,,qig Page One Hundred Twenty-five THE BLUE AND GOLD .. ----------------- i.-....-...-..-...-..-.......-.n..i......-..!. l MCCQRMAC SCHOOL i of Business and Secretarial Training 1 McC0rmac Building 706 N. Main St. santa Ana, Calif.-Phone 3610 'The School That Makes You Self-Reliant" lforemost in business training in Santa Ann, since 1000. Our former students, now sueeessful business men and women are sending their children to us to be lXIeCor- nine trained. 1 N I . i l -Coufsrs I11-- Slllllfllllllll, Stfliolypi, f11'l'0ll7lfll71l'j', Book- l'l'l'fDillg AIl1l'hiIH'Ss lJ0llIf7f0lIll'ffy, fir. K I lintq-p any school day or school evening flfjfii PRESIDENT .. ....... ,.,. .. .... ... M-,,-.,-i... .,., - .... ...m- ..,. .. .... -..i-.n-i.-.....i-..-.....,.,.-.......4. HAVE YOU NO'l'lCPfDf-ff? Gin Carmaek's grin. The purple 'cords' of Lefty Uycklnan and Art Helmon. lfmil Heinze in a full dress suit. Uzlve Al'flllll'YS 'hoofingf .. -.----.-. .. ---. .,.. - ,,.- .-------.. . - .- ..,..-..z. i l 1 - l 1 Anaheim Feed and Fuel 5 I 2 PQMEGRANATE i Company 2 DAIRY Q Feed ami Fuel of all kinds at Z I prices that are right ! I '20 J. U. H. S. '23 1 -I'Ve have the seeds for that gnrden- ! I - ---- i--- - '-'- -u--.--..n- - - i.i. -..i....-i.- -......- .... ...,.-ii-...,- - ......-..n-,.g. Page One Hundred Twenty-six THE BLUE AND GOLD -,......,.-..,.-....... -.- - - - .. - - .. .. -....-M- -n.........- ........g. Kaitlilec-n Clifford l,ZlV2HI0l'Zl Helen Rubvnsrein K Tlios. C. Krnip ....4.....i,.1..i.1i.u1m.1n.-1m.1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 -1.m-m.1uu1nn1m.1uu1u1n S I TOILICT PRF PARATIONS I I I I CBIUUIIPJ IIBIIDCIDSO IIEIITIUITIMIHCY ,lgwlls for Tllli UIVL DRUG CO. PRUIJIICTS I A. II. H. S. '19 I I WF' M IEEE N tl? n'T':5?f? ' : - ff ?71'i1'7'i ' -,--mluicinw IEY H . . fi in Qlgmmp-ggbcnf ' 1 if f I unix ni Q f A ' mtnnrx V '-'vm'-' ' is sn. The Young Men's Store -"New Things When They Are New" lol Uiixvt f:t'IIft'l' ifllllllfilll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1i......-,1 1.11,-.I 1.4.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- ...v1,..........m.1.i.-...I G. """ ' -4-' --w 'ff .... . sew-HB I Extends sincere Congratulations to the 1931 GRADUATING CLASS I Anrilicim Union High School S .If 1 or I Men Boys I Page Onv Hzmdrvd Twenty-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD -rf-r-my-M ---------- r -------- ----- - -----A---Hr l l Q THE S R STGRE 5 O a 0 T 14. E. S1'hu1naz'her - O. Il. Renner il li a as a ' ' li U is II W . , fl yi Anaheim s Best Store l 5 for 24 Years li . ll L lllany graduates of A. U. H. S. who began trading at this Store in high 5 ll 'l school days are still our valued patrons, an evidence that our standard: of i rl ll RELIABLE QUALITY, AIM PLE ASSORTIVIENT li and authentic style at lowest prices are right il l ff THE S. R. STORE i H ll l j Center at Lemon Anaheim ,,.,.,.....1.n1.q-u -.un1un- 1mm-n 114111-1l111l4i11IIlI11I1I1 - 1 n1nn-lu--nu-nn--nn--un-un-in------1-1. I il ., . ,, i lf "Can you stand on your head?" ALM for Health asked lllarie Cornwall. Anaheim-FulleI't0n "No, it's too far up," replied Lil- Creamery l lian Christenson. H l Quality Drury Produrts 5 llliss Holt: VVhen do the leaves PHONES ! begin to tum? Anaheim 4122 Fullerton 151 5 Carl Hedges: The night before South Spadra Road examination. MMM- - IIII -M-M-u-M- -n-m- -M-mi l High school girl: Say, the candy I l i in that window looks good. I nn- escort: wen, here is H blower. Pressel-Perry 8z Tull i l l i lllr. Kellogg: And where were you Hardware I i when the boat tipped over? i Nlr. Sharpless: In the water, of 117 Soufh C1p,,,,,,,fim1 I Course. ' l ,l,,......,,..-,,..- - .. - - .. .. - - - ....,,.,-,,,... - - - - ... - -.........................-. Page One Hundred Twenty-eight THE BLUE AND GOLD 4,11a111u.1q41..i...1u.1u-1111...-.1111-1-,uintn 1.11111 .- -ui 1pn1u-.iq---u1p.-.Q-up--.1--1n1nqP 1- ri Suits which sound the style notes that are music to the young men, at astonishingly low prices if n Sport Jang Com Flannel ll VP 1 :: C o a t s 6 COMPANY -iousers A ll Cor. Los Angeles and Center Street Anaheim S..-..-..................................-..-...-..-..-..-..-..-..-...-..-..-..... ... -..-..-..-.--.4 THE HIGH SCHOOL HALL OF FAME Smith of Podunk. He made four varsity letters each year and never yet has made a contemptuous remark about the unsuccessful athletes. jones of Siwash. In the honor society for three straight years and has never talked about how easy it was to get good grades. Bjornsen of Rural Hollow. Has never greeted a person with an utward show of friendliness to make a smart crack as soon as said person is out of hearing. Robinson of Centerville. blade an assembly speech without starting out with the word, "Well," +iu1nn1nn1u in-1,u1..1-1...-.-u--u--uni 1 1a.1uu-uu1uu- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .. .- 1-qu 1 I i 'l l s n :: I , ll fi 'l Blue and Gold Service 7 ,, il r r . l I A. C. BERRY, Prop iete Hey1ng7S : R10 GRANIQE GAS Our 22nd Year In Business 11.111 ll i 1: Orangethorpe Ave. and Spadra Road WJ A. H. Heying' '07-O. W. Heying '09 'l Phone 1086 Fullerton, Cal. ' ,l .-.-,,,,,-,, ..., .-,,-.,,. -., s,i, -.,,3..-..-..-..---..-..-.-..-..-.-..---.-, i ' Sundays by Appointment ' l il - li . TANAKA Dr. Harry C. Wilhelm it il CITRUS NURSERY CHIROPRACTOR A l H l Phone 4647 ii 1025 N. Lemon Anaheim i I jl 525 W. Center Anaheim, Cal. ii L........-.....-..-. ...... - -..l..-..-..-..-..-.- - -.-..-..-..-..-..-..l. Page One Hundred Twenty-nine THEIBLUE AND GOLD 4' I I 1 I I I ILCIDIILSY M JIIENSIE 5 .JEWE LERS i IO8 WCENTER S11 ANAHEIM, CALIE SUCCESSOR TO B. HARTFIELD I .i..-.... ..-- -I.I-I.I.--H.-..-.-.-.--.-.---I-I----I.,--.---....-...,-....-.--,---..-..,.- - - - - - IXIICMORIICS Ol" OUR SICNIOR YEAR Ditch day. Getting out of assembly "first'I. The total lack of argument over choice of senior sweaters. Looking li0l'XV1ll'll to Ql'2lKIllZll'l0lI. VVriting out our activities in lllr. RIIICIIZIITYS room. "ls peninzinship an zlctiv The practice for coinmencement. The knowledge that somebody else will probably be vzlleclictorian. Signing annuals "for tlle last time." Ulilll going to sl. C. next year." .. l'm going to Stanford." "l'll work for El year at least." .5...-...-.........-,.-,..-........-....- .-.,..- -, - - - - ... - .. - - .. - - - - - ... . R. T. EV AN i Tractor and Implement Company I I Orange County Distributor Case Power Farming Machinery ,,,,......-..-..-.. .................... - -.- .,, Page One Hundred Thirty THE BLUE AND GOLD +,.-..K-..H-...-..... .... - .... - ,... - .... - -... - .... - ..,. - .... -.- ----------- - - - -----'I' I , Q so so emey- l I i IN DI!LHL7-L52 , l 2 I I Brake P its 4 and ' Vx' service 1 iriifiie' Whegl BUY THE BEST Shop gd 3 l They Cost No More L ' i uE'l'l'I" hill for f, S. 0 in E I Ihr' :i11:lol1gJl1if1"' w I Corgsj I Pickwick Stage liuilding-Anaheim i 'i- afan1ll 1111 1 1 -"I"-' "" 1 "" 1 "" "mi "" 1 "" 1 "" """"" "" "Wi "" ' "" "11"' 1 """" FORCE OF HABIT Une of the members of the class of '31 had become a licensed passenger pilot. lt was his first flight in his neu' position. liiverything went line, a perfect take-off, a beautifull ride, and an excellent three-point landing. The ex-Senior was feeling joyous as a fellow pilot opened the door. Turning a beaming face to the passengers he shouted, "Seniors firstfy THAT'S RIGHT Optimistic Ulive: "l think this scenery is just beautiful." Pessimistic Pete: "Oh, l don't know, take away the mountains and lakes and it wouldn't be much. -9- ---- ------------- - - ------------ -----1 ll g . l r'E'nf35'f'q, i l o l LLER mMI'A 5 Joasans mmap msrmsurons AUTOMOTIVE PARTS 'lTC5Ql-l-S i i 1 I 151 S. Los Angeles St. Phone 2228 l ! .-.....,-..-..-..-..-.,.-n..- .... - ,.,. - .... - .,.. -.. ........ .... - ,.u-,,- ,,,, - ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,, Page One Hundred Thirty-one THE BLUE AND GOLD in n-nu-nn1up1nu1pn1nu1nl 111111111111 n1qu1uu1nu--qu--nn-nn1nn1nn-u- E LUBRICATION AUTO ACCESSORIES 1 1 1 M0 l OR TIRES Inc. I Exide Batteries - Goodyear Tires I i Los Angeles at Cypress Phone Anaheim 2507 E ..-...-..-..-..-..-.....-..........-....-M.-M-........-..,-....-....-...-...-,..-....-..-..-...-....-...-...-....-..- 5 A REPUTATION FOR FAIR DEALING H THE T. V. ALLEN CO1 ll A-AIA KERS OF- Class Rings - Book Diplomas Graduation Announcements 1 810-16 Maple Avenue Los Angeles, Cal. ! M nMx-lltlli-ll:-UM-u-nllu1wlr1MHurmtvIllM11lllliwlln-Wvl-1-ulilullvllll i1vvv lllill1 l1ll1ll1-ll-Qllil i Phone 3312 Glass Work of all Kinds 1 1 Lund Sz Sons Paint Co. Il Manufacturers of 1 "Thr Star Brand" Paints 6 and Enamfls 1 H 1122 Lincoln Avenue-Anaheim j1.-..-..-..-..-..- -..- - -..-..-..-..- 1 Q ltloving Storage General Trucking Anaheim Truck and Transfer Company Phone 3201 112 S. Claudina .l........-. .....-... -.-- ...-......,........,........... uu..nun1nu1nu1uu1 411 ... 1 -. 1 in, C. W. BOHNOFF HARDWOOD-LUMBER 1500 South Alameda Street Los Angeles, Cal. -gig.-nu-nll1un1n,,1 1.,u1,,.,1,,,1.g.1..i,,1..i lXfIeat-Groceries-Lunch Counter Koeh1er's Market Congratulatfx the dass of 1931 1 1 19 Lincoln Phone 4622 Page One Hundred thirty-two THE BLUE AND GOLD -..-.-..-..-.i-...-..-..-..-...-..-..n- ...... .,.-............- -...-.......-..? We Pay 6 per cent : 'l Safe investments never cause worry. I A Why not invest savings in- GD VVLCLVZ OZ 95 Q Individually Tailored 3 Anaheim Building' Q 5 and Loan Association TONY FAUST Center and Lemon Streets i 154 W. Center St. Anaheim, Cal. i ., iiill1ql1lU7'qlil1glg1n"llg1l51lqll11 illl 7 llly lIwiIIlIIllIill!TllllTillillT'llillTllilUTllT'lTll7T-+ PROPHESY ln the magic mirror of ten years hence, imagine our surprise to find: Louise Amspoker-Helen VVills Il. Dave Arthur-A missionary. ltlarjorie Baker-Dean of Women at U. S. C. Frank Bath-A plumber. ' Fred Bath-Chief justice of the Supreme Court. Verena Baum-A scenario writer. f:07lti7l1ll'l1 on page One Hundred Thirty-seven -- nnii 1 1 -uniuu-uuinuxuuiuuiuu--uuluunxuiiiunxuui ill1nl1ul1ln1n 1' 1 1 1 inn-anuznni-Q.. l l Q9rzu15e fllnuntg Q , , i A i M. Eiuste sd CO. Inc. l I f g t Dealers in U Ute 1. 5 E Tractors - Trucks 7 Mrs. Kate E. McCnllah, Director , --All Branches- Implements Music, Dramatic Art, Dance I and Whistling i Anaheim Santa Ana I 1-hone 4312 422 W. Center st. 1 'F ma C. Aves Telephone 2719 E R d, 7' 2, 10 H P 4' i FERN Electric S O f Aves Beauty I Satisfaction for more than 90 days I l "l-IVES FOR WflVES" Atwater Kent-Philco g Kelvinator l 103 S. Palm St. Anaheim 113 S. Los Angeles St. Anaheim H , . +i.'i"1"'iu'-"T"T"'i 1 3'"3"'il'li'IIliWlfillillillillillill1lllhllllllnil51illTp.igli'4 Page One Hundred Thirty-three THE BLUE AND GOLD E..-.. -----.. ....- .... - .... -..- ......- .... -..-.......-........-......-.-..-..-..-..-.. "If lt's Insurance, We Write It'i "THE INSURANCE MAN" PHoNE isis ll i 120 North Los Angeles St. Anaheim ,',,,.,,...,,.-...-n--m-uu-uu-uu- uvu- --uu-uu-nu-nn--nu-nu-mi-nu-un-wi-nn: - -nu--1--.-.--..-.- HE PROBABLY COULD Miss Holt: "Of what value are birds?" H. V.: "Don't know?" Miss Holt: "What do they eat?" H. V.: "Don't know." Miss Holt: "Well, can you answer the next question ?" H. V.: "No Ma'm." Bliss Holt: "Is there anything you can answer ?" H. V.: "Yes Ma'am." "Well, let's hear it." "The telephonef TITllTllTlllllil"Tlll'l1'u'T'n"u' ili7ilT1lTT lll"1llTllTllTll7lllll i Henry M. Adams, Mgr. Telephone 4617 i H "Grade and Trade Marked Lumber" Q ADAMS-BOWERS LUMBER oo. "Better Service" Lumber and Building Materials ll 417 S. Los Angeles Street Near S. P- Depot l il Q..-..-.......-...-,..............-....-....-...-.. ---..----- in-...-...-..-...-...-....-.. Page One Hundred Thirty-four -Q11 THE BLUE AND GOLD il ....,,. -.---.---- ll-in-n---als 1ll1ll1ll7llill7lll Tiilillllli-llIlllllfillTllT'l'lYlll Artist: That's my latest paintingg l it is Called ulllen at Work." It is I , very realistic. 1 PCETSQH S 'E Foster Cheatham: But theylre not ! COf1feCt1OneI'y at work. 1 Artist: That's the realism. Home Made Confectionery H 'Ill' l' H I Mr. Rinehart: "VVhat makes you ,I 157 W, Center Anaheim H think they have a phonograph and a H f X ' 1 H player piano in the House of Repre- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..u,..,,,-.. ..... ..-..-..-...-....i' sentatives ?" ri H R. Lewis: "VVell, ll'IcGruder's ii Hudson 8 Essex 6 H said that the clerk kept the records if and rolls. 'H if Two Cars of Proven Worth it "I hear you're not going to F " Yosemite this year." 1' li "No, it's Lake Tahoe I'm not go- T Robert H. BO1'1ey 1' ing to this year. It was Yosemite I l' 332 W. Center St. Phone 3407 'E didn't go to last year." 'T ANAHEIM U -I"--1--I----1-I----If--n--I ---- -n-...T..-..u-.....-...-..-i-.--u--i----- ----w- ----it South Lemon at Broadway if l H ILGENFELD' PITNEY sTUD1o HOME Student Rates Deluxe Ambulance Service ll 1 222 E. Center st. Phone 4623 l , l' I Phone 4105 Anahelm ii f ll I i i i H. N. Whlte Hardware I I I Give Her a Home A i PHGNE 3214 ,, Exclusive line of G Z Graduation gifts, Fostoria Glass' Em ware, Bavaria China ,p Standard Electric Ranges 801 E, Broadway-Anaheim ll -,,-n,-,,-,,-,,-,,-,,-,,-,,-,,-,,,-,,- -.,-,,,-.n-,,- .... - .... -.u-,.-..-..-..-..-..-...-..-.4. Page One Hundred Thirty-five -1IITII1Ill1ll1lll1NIln1Ol0l70Ill1nlp:llOl1-IIOI1MILA!!! THE BLUE AND GOLD How a Student Advertisement An- nouncer Would Describe a Final Examination to Student Assembly Yes, this is absolutely the finest cx- amination ever given in Anaheim Union High School. You remember the fine examination the old timers brag about a couple of years ago? Well, this one is twice as hard and will go down in history as the exam- ination of all time. If you miss it, you will always regret it. There will be many features: a strict prof, struggling students, the star of the act who gets the nosebleed after the first twenty minutes and has to leave the room, the comedian who comes in thirty minutes late and gets a big laugh-well, I'd better not tell you much about it or you won't en- joy it. Tickets-oh,-er, admission is free. Thank you. uw And, lo! I looked again, I thought it must be grass, But, no! It was only The Freshman Class! 1- lull!!-lilly.. 1 .-. .-1 nllillillinnx-nl1-llilllilqilllllnn I l l l i 1 ri H I i i in i ii i H H 1 I i l 1 l L ! 1 I I I l I I Horse Gnwds-Dog Togs-Riding Equip- ment-'I rweling Bags-Ladies Fancy Leather Goods-Suit Cases GOFdO11'S Harness and Luggage Shop Phone 2430 Res. 4067 141 S. Los Angeles Street W. S. Gordon Anaheim -.l.1n-nn-M1 1 1 1 ---.- n1un1nn1n1 FRANK TAUSCH For GENERAL INSURANCE 111 N. Los Angeles St.-Phone 2401 -Anaheim- -ll-lg11....I1I,-.,.1..1pg.-.gl-..1q...-ll.-1.1.11 L. C. Vincent G. C. Mahaffey Vincent Furniture Co. New and Used Furniture 504-6 W. Center St. Anaheim .-...-gq1lq.-anlunlnp-n.ininuinpilninlun-n1 The lpiicllswifclls Hotel "The Hostelrv for the Faculty" CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1931 5- E- ADAMS, MST- ANAHEIM, CAL. .l,.........................................,,...,.....- - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1..1..1.,1..1l'.....,-.,,1 Pave One Hundred Thirty-aim THE BLUE AND GOLD +-------------------- - - ---------------- ----------if i l l SIDNAM REALTY C i "See us for the best in real estate and insurance" l' ii 122 South Lemon Street Anaheim, Calitorma i5..-.....-.........-..-..-..-..-..........-..-i.- -...-.......-..-..-..-..-.... .-..-..-..-..-...u, Continued from page One Hundred Thirty-three lllarshall Beebe-College football coach. VVinona Benson-School Librarian. Edna Betszold-Newspaper editor. Niels Boegc-A Cowboy Way Out VVest. Vivian Boyd-A Social Reformer. George Brenner-A Tired Business lllan. Helen Bruns-Owner of the Ritz-Carlton. Nora Busch-A newspaper photographer. Martha Bushman--lVIatron of an Orphan Asylum. Virginia Carmack-Running stiff Competition to Babe Ruth. Continued on page Une Hundred Thirty-nine ,Ru-.,,- ---- .-..-.-- -n.- u-.n--.-n--.--an--.--.-u-.ll--u ----- .---.--.---nn. H .l I i Harry C. Arthur, Sr. and Earl Brothers extend to the students and faculty of the Anaheim Union High School, in behalf of the N GX N HEIM 1 THEATRE Sincerest good Wishes for the best things in life f f l this year, the next and always. I I 5 , ii 1: in H 4.-.......-..........-.....-..- - - - -.....,..-..,.- .. - - .. - - - - .. - - -...-.,.g. Page One Hundred Thirty-seven THE BLUE AND GOLD .-nn1u.n1 1un1ma1uu1nn1vm1m1'-n- -m1 1nn-nn.- .1 11,1111-mp1 1 - 1 1 -I-11'-1:1 Dave: "Are you going to use your American Dem. book this period P" O. Fulfer: "I'm afraid I am." Uave: "'l'hat's fine. Then you won't mind if I use your biology bookf' 9lC'9lHK' "VVhy is she so unpopular ?" "She won the popularity contest." was Frank: "What makes Chet think he's a musician ?" Fred: "Oh, I guess it's the drums in his ears." was Dot: "Don seems to have some a- bility in his head." Margie: "Sure, he can wiggle his ears." 1,1.41...1..1a.1u.11viu1in1u1niiu1m1uu1nn1nn...un1n1u-1.1.1 Mrs. J. M. Darnell Phone 3215 The Mission Studio Anal1eiin's Unique Koclalz Store Developing, Coloring, Picture Framing, Enlarging, Printing, Copying, Commer- cial Photographs ------- - FILMS LEFT BEFORE 9 A. M. OUT BEFORE 5 P. M. 314 W. Center Anaheim O CWC fy EOR EVERYONE Gifts that are suitable for every occasion- We are showing a nice selection of rings, bracelets, wat' clies, and bins. Many beautiful bieces of costume jewelry. Your visit always welcome 7 . Cl. Iifienhrinle PATTEN Sz DAVIES LUMBER CO. H. G. Merrill, Mgr. 703 E. Broadway Phone 3622 ..un1mi1uu1mi-W1 1 1 1m1nn1uu1nn1un1uu1un1un1uq1uu-nn1uu1uu- 1 -n-uu1uu-1:1111 DODGE BROTHERS Motor Cars and Trucks OHAS. H. MANN 210 South Los Angeles St- . 1 PHONE mi ANAHEIM 1.4-ul1nn-..,.1......un1m41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1m1,,I1q,1w1..1.,,1.u1..1..1..1..1..1 Page One Hundred Thirty-eight 11111 u141u1uu1lu1lu1uu-u.1nn1uu-1:1 THE BLUE AND GOLD Fresh Meats Fresh Fruits - ll Fresh GFOCCFIQS 5 Fresh Vegetables l K Special Delivery A On Fresh Fish and Meats That Anaheim People Like Best 'L l 9 - ll Knott s Market ll Free Delivery 115 N. Los Angeles St. Phone 2502 T .1w1uu1uu1au-nu1uu- 1uu1-1:1-u-main.-1uu1un1un--uu1uu1un-uu1uu1uu1un-uu1anim-In-Ml-Hlg' Continued from page One Hundred Thirty-.te-ven Billy Chambers-A Senator. Dorothy Clasbey-fAn Artist in Paris. Loren Cloud-An actor. Edna Conliffe-A slogan writer. VVelton Craig-A U. S. Senator. Violet Curran-An Opera Star. Shirley Criss-Restaurant Proprietor. Eugenie Culler-President of the Western Air Express. Esther Dahnke-An aviatrix. Evelyn Dart-An English Teacher. Continued on page One lin' 1111 forty-one un- :nu-uu1nu1uu1u -10: in? 1un1nu-I-411 inn- -I, - 1111 mini 1 1 -- 1aq1gg1-nie? ll STUDEBAKER E "Builder of Champions and Pioneer of FreefWheeling" 1 extends best wishes to the I Senior Class of 1931 ll ll Glen A. Peck l Studebaker Sales and Service 'E 113 South Palm Street Anaheim, Cal. ll llllllllUl1llillTllTllTlUiIUilllTllTllllllllTlllliIlITlIlill'l1llTllllllllllIl!7IlilllIlll7hMn1llllllgq4 Page One Hundred Thirty-nine THE BLUE AND GOLD .!..-..-.,-.........-i.-..n-M-i,-........ -...-MT.-.- - -n-..n-....-..-..-...-...........- -..-.7 1' Freshman: VVhat time does the I Say It ugh Iilouprs ll . Q . P 5 H H next train come in. y MACRES FLOWER SHGP Q Old Station Agent: Ive told you AND NURSERIES five times that it arrives at 4:44. l U 14 , . I NVe Telegraph Flowers if ll Now, get out and don t ask me again. All Over the VVorId What's the matter with youg are CORSAGES OUR SPECIALTY ll you deaf? l -I,oc'A'1'Eu AT- 1 M Freqhmall, N0 I just to See i 604 VV. Center--Phone 2259 Day or Night H lf K h ' , 5 and on the H ll y0LlI' Wl'llSlKEI'S wobble Wl'lCIl y0Ll Say il Highway hetw. Anaheim and Santa Ana H H 4 :44. ..-...-......0-,.......-...-..-..-..-..-..........-.,. H M susan 1 H ,Q hir. Rinehart: l'd like to see you l W' B' Holland Phone 3302 il ,Q pass at least one test this year. l 1: Billy Chambers: So would I. 5 y W' ' Holland Electric Co. i ,. hflr. Hedstrom: I saw a dog yes- ll tertlay that was worth E525,000. i Elffffiml Spffialiff-' ll Fred Vail: How could a clog save 2 H so much. ll , H H Q ll9 N. Lemon St. Anaheim : ,l ...-..-..-.. ..... -- .... M-. I .-..-..-......-..-..-..-...................-...l I A .. l l it . 1 W I S E Nl Fl N 3 ji Schne1der's Market 1 J E W E L E H S j I Ed- W- Svhflefdw, PT019- Bulo'va, Elgin and Hamilton ly Watches H -FREE DELIVERY- --Exclusive Agents for- l M Lucien Lelong Perfumes and Powders M 131 W. Center Phone 2159 ,L ANAHEIM Q 223 W. center sn. Anaheim ,L ,l I Q li In in-In-In-M-M-in ll ll WE PAY 8 PER CENT l On Small Installment Accounts Or On Larger Sums On Certificates l Security Absolutely Guaranteed by ll5'h On Trust 'i . ll Put your surplus funds on mterest 7 12 Collect Every 3 months 1 ll ll ALVA E. HARGROVE CO, County Agents T gg......-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-..-..-..n-.,...i.-..- .... ....l-.,-..........-..-..-..-..-..-,.i. Page One Hundred Forty THE BLUE AND GOLD 1.1 1u.1.p1u--4.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Specialist in EAIQ-N055-TH IQOAT LATEST APPROVED Non-Gperoiive-Melhods Which give wonderful RESULTS 1n1n-'11uu1n-1--1mm-1-1-1-an-.mir H H in infected and enlarged Tonsils, ad- DP' enoids, mastoids, nasal catarrh, deaf- H Chlf0PfaCt0r and Dletman ness, goitre, head noises, sinusitis, run- 'V ning ears, enlarged glands, etc. Our "Chiropraefirf Gets Results" painless methods remove the CAUSE. lf 13th Year Health service F r ,rhcolisultitlon grit, 5 515 VV. Center St. Anaheim .ve y urs ay rom p. m. Telephone 4301 H -...........-...-......-........-.....-...-....- .... -....-...,-.......-...gn-..-....-....-...-...-..----..-- --------oil Continued from page One Hundred Thirty-nine Bob Dean-hflayor of Cypress. Edgar Dougan-A doctor. Ernst Drews-Chief of Police. Harold Doane-A Captain on the Leviathan. Katherine Dohm-Assistant Editor of the Evening Gazettte. Lawrence Dyckman-Following the footsteps of jack Donahue. john Eaton-A Street Car Conductor. Pat Ferris-A Champion Typist. Lfcola Felton-A Blues Singer. Eloise Forsyth-A Scenario writer for De llflille. Norman Friedricks-A glass blower. 1nuzuniullnuilnlnuvul-nails:-unveil: 1v:1111 un1.nn-.lq1n1lg1u1gq1--1.g1.-1..1.w ll Wm. A. Dolan, President Ben Baxter, Vice Pres. H Fred C. Rimpau, Vice Pres. F. H. Dolan, Vice Pres. I I F Anaheim First Neufiioiniaill Banmlls . ANAHEIM CALIFORNIA I' Ross L. Phegley, Cashier , Wrrz. H. Bruns, e1ss't. Cashier Carl W111. lllohr, Ass'l. Cashier Page One Hundred Forty-one THE BLUE AND GOLD 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11'-nn1qn111n1qn1u-1 1 1 1 1 1n.-up-n1nn1. 1 SHIPKEY gl PEARSON Inc. Distributors Rio Grande Gas and Oils l406 W. Broadway PHONE 4620 Anaheim 11.1up1M1,,1,,1.n1.,1.,1q,11l,1..1.1..1..1ql1..1,.,1,.1 1 1 1 1 14,1 1..1. Odessa Fulfer-A kindergarten teacher. Eleanor Gaston-An equcstrienne. Albert Gray-Master violinist. VVilda Green-A physical education teacher. Corrine Grimm-A movie director. Iris Hannah-A telephone girl. Charlotte Hapgood-A mathematics teacher. Frances Hein-lVIary Pickford's rival. Don Horton-A deep sea diver. Verna Hoskins-Proprietor of an exclusive shop in New York. Irene Hylton-A Buyer for Bullock's. Lillian Ihara-A store owner. 1nn1u.1.n1u1nn...nn1m1-.-M1 1nn1nq1n,1nn1,n1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111--nn.....ua1rn1up1u1.n Stetson Hats Florsheim Shoes Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothes l T ji F. A. YUNGBLUTH K'lTl1e Home of Hart, Sclwffner and Marx Clothes" ll lllanhattan Shirts Phoenix Hose ll 40--ll1uu1ln--llllliuuiwn 111111111:i1 an-nn1nn1nn1 --no-n1--1 1.1, Page One Hundred Forty-two THE BLUE AND GOLD ..-..-..-....-----..-----,------......-...--4. I I I I I pceinicoceirr L tome I I Sun Proof Paints-Wall Goods 7 Art Goods i I 166 W- Center St. PHONE 2311 Anaheim '1u.1-1.-...1-ui..1..iun1unxqni 1 ...I-11M1'nina--I...-un-.lm1....-.. 1 .- .-.,..1m.1lni1i.ninn- Pearl -Iaggers-A modiste. Esther johnson--Teaching in the Ozarks. Peggy ,IohusonefConducting a newspaper column. Buster .Iones--Trying out with the New York Giants. Paul ,Iungkeit-A bronco-buster. lfstella Kamrath-liliss America. lfsther Kzunrath-First lady of the land. Ellen Kay-Principal of Fremont. Olga Klaus-On the Fanchon and lllarco Circuit. lllarie Labourdette-Greatest woman aviator. Shirley Lamb-Preparing to swim the Catalina Channel. Continued on fage One llumlrcd Fifty-two 'P R. AI. Grange, Rlanager 1422 W. Broadway I I Home Oil Company Distributors of Associated Products I I PHONE 2126 ANAui:1M,cAL. mln .......-..-..-..-..-.- ... -.......-........-.. .--.--- ....-...-....-,.,.-I.-....-..-,.......i. Page One Hundred Forty-three THE BLUE AND GOLD .ku-1n1u1uuiun-uu:uu-un1uuiuu-nl-1uu1M1uu1un1nu-1nn1n1n1n1. 1 1 1 .1..1..1.1 i :z I H Whatfv Wrong With This? , Newspaper headline gives all the Cleaners 85 DYGFS credit for a football victory to the 1: interference runners. Comzrarulates Candidate for class office with- T Elle Clc1SS of 1931 I H draws because he thinks his opponent I 'S beffef Emfd for 't' Delivery Service-Phone 2320 ll Q "Yes," said the student, "I was i 2 lazy and didn't work. The teacher -Mf5- M- M- Adams. PYOD- 11 had every right to Hunk mef' i- - - - - - - - - - - D - - -'l my "O course I haven't an excuse," i ' ,l said the tardy one, "I don't mind the T H demf"tS-" M 1 Superior Radio Service QQ 1' I ,, . . . ,, 1 ri Irate policeman Cto Albert Tous- 1I'm"U Sf"'wf" at " Fm' Prm' l il seauj : Don't you know you are sup- . , 1: posed to give half the road to a wo- Edson 4 Crosley '- Phllco man driver? Dealer 1- Albert: I always do if I have any I :K idea which half she wants. I Phone 4304 3948 W' CWC' N1 ANAHP,IlW Bl1ll1uu1uu:ll1uiuu1uu1uu1uu1uu1m1..u1 1,,,,.?,,,, 1111 ,,,,..,,1.,,1..1,.1..1..1 1 1 -I ri To the Class of 1931 I Goes the Congratulations Morris Realfy Co.. ll 2 "When in the market for a home or grove see lllorris Realty Co." H E is it 123 N. Los Angeles St.-Anaheim rr 15 I ' Q '1 1 1 I-1uu1uu1un1.111W1un1u..-W1un1...1.41.1uu1uu-an-un-uu-uu1ul--uu- -11111-I-1Iv1lv-'U-' I rj JACKSON DRUG Co. F SQUIBB PRODUCTS-237 E. CENTER ' T .-"u-- . ff Meet Your Frlends at Our Fountain u -, -no-4, fi We Carry a Complete Line of Parker Pens and Pencils 1 if And Don't Forget Girls Our Cosmetic Deparment 2 ls Complete and How! us .y..-.. ..... - .. -.-W...,.....-..-..-..-....u.-...-r... -..- ... - - .. - .......4 Page One Hundred Forty-four THE BLUE AND GOLD iIlillllilllflllill?IITll?IITIllllIiIllIITllTllilli'llllllllllliKlllill1lll lllllif+ i 5 'Tm going to double my salary," remarked Miss Hampton as she fold- N ed 3 Check. WHERE THE STANDARD H 'W' OF SERVICE NEVER H. Lear: "What kind of a radio VARIES H do you have?" I , B. jones: "The railroad kind-a I , I I l H whistle at every Stationin i Il the Spirit of a friendly cooperation H, we suggest an affiliation with ,J Miss Walker: "What course do 1' you expect to graduate in ?" X Q A "Tex" W.: "In the course of 'file Cwjguillern Ouniy 7 time." 1' nw I 3614! ll judge: "What is your age, Ma- H dam Q" ! Anaheim, California Aged witness: "I've seen thirty- ! I two summers." Branches at Jl'dg'i: end how long have you El Monte, Buena Park and Cypress " been blind? i H 1-.11 1..1..1.. -.-1i1i, .tml-un-nn1nu1 --w1n1 11:01:11-nu-ul1nun1nn-coin-ll I l I I H Renner's Grocery Q RIUTCELSMITH GROCERIES, FRUITS, FLOUR, Fufnltufe C0-A FEED and VEGETABLES i 1 Home Furnishings H I -Free Delivery- n : -1 Phone 2418 216 W. Center 151 N. Los Angeles St.-Anaheim ,, 11.1,qill...'ig'-...filling-'1111,1ni.qi.l1..q1..1nilpi..-.q1ql1pl1..1pg1.g1l.-..1n1u...p1 WINCHESTER PRODUCTS "As Good As the Gun" THE WINCHESTER STORE M. W. MARTENET 323 West Center Street 1.n1u-gg-ggi..-n1..1..1..i.,Q.l.1 1. 1 1 1 1 ini. Anaheim, Cal. 51-lt. qip.1u1..1uni,.i.lQll1 Page Om Hundred Forty-five THE BLUE AND GOLD ?n1np-nu1nn1uu-un1nn1ul- 1111111111-111111:-nun-:nu-iulin ::1:111:11 11:11:11:-lc? Two students were comparing va- cation experiences. J C ' H "Pittsburgh," said one, "is the ' ' Dennq O' H smokiest city I ever saw." LL "I was in a place much smokier Smart Styles ll than Pittsburgh," replied the other. 5 Sound ll Where was that? asked the first R . . I ll showing much interest. S3.Vll'1g PTICCS H "I don't know where it wasp" was Q l the reply, "it was so smoky." "" ---- "-"'-"-"'-"""- - -"-"' I more i f Mr. Hedstrom: "Ellis, what is the PHONE 4519 1 formula for water F" U E. Porter: UHIJKLMNOJ' T ' 5 H H IKKU IIB : ll Mr. Hedstrom: "Are you sure 5 Q M that's right?" ll Q H . 1 Open 11 a. m. to 2 a. m. K P.. Porter: Yes, slr, yesterday you : 5 1 Eid the formula for water was H to T- Mori 323 E. Center 11 ' Proprieter Anaheim I -M1urns-unsuiunnun-u1u1m1uw-un1u1um--iiu-ll-ll'1"l""""""""""""""""""""""""" 1 ,411 T p FI 1 W 11 . 1 y es of ora or l E. M. J: ll ,. Lumber Company Inc. L 0BttiIie Stenheri glflnrisie 1' ' H 2 '- "Everything for a Bmldmg I 'll The Friendly Flower Shop l ll -Flowers by Wire- i PABCO PAINT li : l ,I 301 Emily St. Phone 3230 ! Lumber-Builders Hardware F ANAHEIM Phone 2319 1133 Lincoln Blvd. -..I-.nn-11111n-111:-an-1ul1uu--au 11111 11:11:11-u11111111 I-uu1uu1 l1ll--ll1ll1ll'1ll'-ll"ll-"U" ll Phone 3611 Melvin Mungesson fl 3 1' IQ FIVE POINT PHARMACY 1 ll Drug and Drug Sundries Fountain, Candy, Cigars, fllagazinex, Stationery H00 Lincoln Blvd. Anaheim, Cal. ,i,................-...........-1.-1 .---......-.-.. ........-......-.....1-1,g, Page One Hundred Forty-six 51- THE BLUE AND GOLD IfVhat I Learned About High School from the Movies l.-They all play ukes and spend at least half their time singing the latest popular music. fAn invisible orchestra always accompanies them, no matter where they are.J Z.-The boys all wear sweaters and golf knickers. 3.-All teachers wear glasses. 4.-The students and their par- ents never agree on anything. 5.-All high school campuses have the Hollywood Hills as a background. nw And you've heard of the senior who was so conceited he worked crossword puzzles with a pen. .g1.gg1..1g.i.41.g1..1 1 1gg1gg1.g1 1 1 11.1--u1uu1l.--u1u.n--1.-un1ug1u1nu..n1n-ul ,--------------H--------------H----M 1 E ir M. S. ROBINSON ll . I Furnishers of Welding and Cutting ll Equipment for the ii High School I N Phone 1669 I V. B. Anderson, Proprietor lll Spurgeon St. - Santa Ana, Cal H CREATIONS OF DISTINCTION in SENIOR CLASS ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONAL CARDS and ENGRAVED STATIONERY lolioners or orolion 525 South Spring Street, Los Angeles Hollyu ood San Diego Page One Hundred Forty seven THE BLUE AND GOLD .,..-..-..-...-.....,.-....- ....,.-..........-.,.............,.....-..-...-.,.- ....-........-...-.... ....,........... A i ii .V 1. i 1. 1. i -I -I 1. U i I! i Il is ii l 1: i. ,, ,. .. ,. .. ., ,. I: ,, ll 1: il F i n What a Freshman Thinks About "Well, here I am at high school. It doesn't look so very different from Fremont. "Gee, I Wonder if those fellows are seniors. They sure look important. That big fellow in the middle looks like he might be student body prcsif dent or something. Here they come. I'll bet they are going to haze me. Shall I run? It's too late nowg I'll have to face the music. "Well, what do you know about that, they are freshmen the same as I am. They thought I was a senior and wanted to know the way to the gymnasium. Huh, I'll bet I do look just as good as a lot of these seniors at that. This place is going to be a snap. "Well, can you beat that? I failed in two subjects. And I thought all the time I had that prof kidded to a standstill. Guess I'll have to study next quarter. I don't think it is as much of a snap as I did at first. Still it's not so bad. Only two more quar- ters to go. Being a freshman could be worse. Both the yell leaders are ll n L. N. Wisser Sporting Goods and Cyrlery H Sportsrnerfs Headquarters 1: 169 W. Center St. Anaheim A. U. H. s. '07 ...nfl ...1m1nn.. 1nr1nn1nn1nin1nun1 tnninu freshmen. Wish I'd gone out for foot- ball. "Gee, school's almost over. I've got to study if I want to get through. Pa might give me that trip to Oregon if 1 get pretty good grades. Wow! I passed. I'm a sophomore now." meow Miss Spicer: "If a father gave l9c to one son and 6C to the other, what time would it be F" Travis McDonald: "A quarter to two." 5K'9K'3Yr "Yes," sighed Alva Adams, "there's a world of difference." "Between what ?" inquired Joe Badger. "Between the North and South Poles," replied Alva. .m.-.ni.-nu1...-nu1m1..1u-1.--nn1nn..nn-uni- STOP VVORRYING ! VVC Do Repairs We Sperialize On Fords George J. Poirier 243 N. Los Angeles St. Phone 3524 Anaheim 11-u-uniln..nu1nu-my-. 1 1nu1nn1n.i.p1nn1... TROUP - BARNE FURNITURE co. Illajestie Radio Dealers and lllajestir Electric Refrigeration 221-223 E. Center St. Anaheim 4...-..-. - .-...........-...-..i.-..-....- - ....-...La-...-...-....-....-....-...- -...- - -.-..-..- Page One Hundred Forty-eight THE BLUE AND GOLD 1uu1nu-nn1nn1un1 -uu1uu1un1nn--uu1no1nn1:n1un:ul 111:11 nn1nnm-an-111ml-nl-:finale Miss Holt: "Now, Class, we will i qi fl study a very absorbing subject today: li Turn to the Chapter on the manu- facture of blotting paper." . I: I D 'VI S 'M One day Eugene Culler dashed I ul down the street to the house of a C friend not far away. Viciously he ! 3 I rang the doorbell. Impatiently he 5 H waited for the door to openg gasp- I '-'10 H ing he called for lllrs. Brown. g SIFHESM , SZ?-3222 ,, ee usic "lUrs. Brown," he panted, "your A I 1: b S -I Ln , Phonographs ccessories E Oli is Wm? ,, . . Band and Stringed Repairs ll VVhy, Cxene, said the astonished I Instruments lady, "john is not at all spoiled. In fact we have been very careful to-A. Egg ' 'M ' l . . . BI 1 re L "VVell," interrupted Gene, "if you IUPB 11 K U " don't think he's spoiled, come and see T ,217 East Center Street what that steam roller did to him." A' L' KNIPEANAHEIMPHONE 4502 l . ll ! l l The House of Conzplrte Service 2 Motor and chassis service, Radiator service, I Ghlass replacemepts, Body service, Battery ser- I vice, Duco service, Fender service and Brake 5 SCFVICE- N i for Economical Transportation I CHEVROLET Z l ll l New and Used Chevrolets Motor Cars and Trucks G. M. A. C. Terms Eddms Motor Co. it -Exclusive Chevrolet Dealers- 249 N. Los Angeles Street Anaheim :i ilullU1llTIl13ll1lDUli-1537337 Til""'l i77i7i7lT7iTT lllflilillliiillllllli Page One Hundred Forty-'nine THE BLUE AND GOLD wsu.--.-M.-.. .-..n.- - -..- -.iii--ii.-ii..-.ii--n.-i-ii-.- li Ken Wire: "I heard that Allan i Mackay electrocuted himself. How i j did it happen?" i A. VViebe: "He sat on a bun with i u 1111 nninn-nii1-.nina-uw1nn-n--nn1no-'ig' LAKES l Extend Sincere Congratulations to the V a currant in it." I H new I 1931 lllr. Sharpless: "And do you mean I Graduating Class 5 to say that during the skirmish you 1 Anaheim UTU071 High School ii were where the biullers were thick- ! H est ?,, I -..........-...-.........-......-.......-........-.......n " - - - ll lg Dick Mabee: "Yes sir, under the Q Phone 2029 Egflfiygtlrifiizfal Q ammunition wagon." ! 1 enum I H is i if Ruth Barnes: "I want a can of in- E A, 1: sect powder." , 5 Clerk: "Do you want to take it l 'RADIO' T with y0u?" ! ll R. H.: "No, 1'll bring the bugs 5 if l1 Cl ' Y' i : is are an you um Live it to them' Corner Lincoln Sz West Sts.-Anaheim I i V T lll.TllTlllllT T UU1 Ol-i Tlllllllllli 1II2II1ll2llZlllilliIlTlllllillillllllllillilillil 7 ll H ,. l 3 Stevens an ngelen Co. W ualit Merchandise - Moderatel Priced ii I 3' 5' H 301 NVcst Center Street Anaheim, Cal. 5 H T NIllllTllTllTlllllITlllTllllllTllT I? T Tllllliulill llT1TT ll1llilllllillilll1il H i i Q H R Fox 7 l 2 d- - i Schaffer's Hardware T : Fe I' T 5 . F Q e al fucks Paint-Oils-Crockery fi CONGRJTULATES THE Glassware I CLASS OF I U l 1931 g Phone 2419 175 W. Center ,, Q i ANAHEIM ll 'a"""' """ """"' "" """1"'Jl"1ll- 1 -lI-ll-ll-Il-ln-u-n--N-,pu---1-gi Page One Hundred Fifty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1vm1m11nn1m11nn1M1nn1nn1M.-nn1lm1m'1nn1 1 1 1 1nn1nn1nn1np1u THE BLUE AND GOLD 1 1 1 1 1un1nn1nn:un1m11nn14.n1m,1m,1.,..1.,1,..1,,.1n-.M-M1n1u1u--n--1 1nn1n1q Sq, For Your Health and Happiness QQ in Your Favorite Flavor .. ...... ..-......-,,-.n-,.-..-..-..-,,-..r ....... ---- - -- ll DAUL D. TSDIQICK l Real Estate W Il For Profit and Pleasure Own A Valencia Orange Grove l 107 S. Los Angeles St. PHONE 2406 Anaheim .-..-..-..-..-..-.,-..-.,-,. .... n.-..-,.-,.....-,.-. .. - - .-..-..-......-.,- . l If Quality Were Measured In Pounds- Our Suits Would Be Heavyweights NVe are proud that our 3425 suits are over-weight as far as quality is concerned. Here there are no .lack Spratt suits which have been on a Hollywood Diet-they are of rugged, sturdy material. Of course, we don't claim them to be S50 suits, but we do honestly be- lieve they're the best in their class. 1 Worsteds, blues and fancy tweeds 25 are on display in our windows. . . r, it H See them and judge for yourself. Q Iwo f"0l'SCfS Remember the extra trousers. W' IQ. A. LITTLE Inc. 181 West Center IVF Give S.-II. Green Stamjrx e it Page One Hundred Fifty-one THE BLUE AND GOLD Continued from page One Hundred Forty-three Lucile Carpenter-A Head Nurse at the Good Samaritan Hospital. Victor LaMont-In the stock exchange. jack Leonard-A second Valentino. Grace Ledford-Editor-in-chief of the New York VVorld. Dick Lewis--A cattle rancher. Edward Long-A druggist. Arnold Lund-A chaffeur. Fern McCulloch-Proprietress of a confectionery store. Hilva Marchall-Teaching at A. U. H. S. Grace Mauerhan-A bank president Ruth Meger-A milliner. Earl Mills-A cross country racer. Clifford Moore-Mayor of Chicago. . Virginia'Morris-A New York society leader. Helen Mott-Teaching German at a Chinese girls' school. Rowland Myers-Making a non-stop flight around the world. Berthyle Nelson-A gym teacher. Joe Nightingale-A polo player. Continued on page One Hundred Fifty-four +:1ll v111rrv2i11 ll1l ivvviii hl1ll1 1 1 1 1ll U A. J. RALPH INSURANCE AGENCY H General Insurance Santa Ana California ii . L ' Insurance Councilor A COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF YO UR INSURANCE 1 What You Ha-ve-lVhat You Can Carry ii find What You Should Carry ll lil - -W I M T For The Best Protection of Your Business i..,..-..-. ..................... - Page One Hundred Fifty-two THE BLUE AND Gow TIHIIE GIRE T SST f IFCCDIRTMIINIIE IIINI TIHI WCDIIQILID Not Rockefellefs -Not Henry Ford's 24' YQMIIR GWINI 1? No amount of admiration or esteem of an- others' wealth can equal in importance the feeling of satisfaction belonging to you when you have created a financial reserve by your own efforts and for your own use. Education and financial security are two very valuable possessions .... The State insists that you prepare for the first .... You MUST prepare for the second. What you will be . . . You are now becoming. NORTH AMERICAN BUILDING-LOAN ASSOCIATION 243 West Center Street San Diego ANAHEIM ?,i:l::Znc'sCo 523 South Spring Street Eureka LOS ANGELES Page One Hiundred Fifty-three THE BLUE AND GOLD ,,,.-..- - -.,-,.- - -..-..-.,-..-..-.. ....... ..-..- -.-..-....-..-.. Ford Motor Cars Performance-Endurance-Stamina-Design if Mechanically Right Built To Serve You Long, Well and Economically Agreeable Terms - Liberal Appraisals HQM66 die naw Aeaffuoben Qillli. flllinmpsnn fllnmpzmg ll 320 N. Los Angeles St. PHONE 3320 Anaheim q..-..-......-..........-..-..-..-..- -...-.................-......-....-...-....-...- - -..-..- -.. Continued from page One Hundred Forty-two VVillard Paxton-A Scotland Yard detective. Donald Pietzke-Proprietor of a machine shop. Carlton Peterson-A traveling salesman. Dorothy Pibel-Teaching American Democracy. Inadale Pierson-A professor at U. S.C . Evelyn Polhemus-An actress. Ellis Porter-Coach at U. C. L. A.. . Sherril Pohlmann-Governor of California. Evelyn Proffer-Leading lady for Buddy Rogers. Melvin Randall-An Army officer. Doris Rassmussen-A psychology expert. ,lohn Reed-An astronomer. Stanton Riley-Successor to Buster Keaton. Leona Roberts-A comic opera star. Ruth Rockwell--A lady Auctioneer. Arthur Sanders-A famous surgeon. Roland Schindler-YVorking with Einstein. Lorena Schroeder--A famous novelist. Continued on page One Hundred Fifty tix Page One Hundred Fifty-four T H E mn E AN D G o LD Q I I I I I I I I I l I l I 1 -1- Q ii I? ia!-1 ,SE if? U '9. 'vw nag' I :Q':a'mml lwzswiiz lgmmmmff ilfvegg- Sig Q giaiggiiw ig 5:-awe I-.R I.- IS Sqifiisiim 5 8f':53s in-' Kang 03 .Y :mi isp. I asfls 2 IN .-. lb ,U Q . ig: 422: if jg F lylqzl Ilya Ui- Qin Si I :Br 5 f- N fa : N: E 535 OQEW QF 55' ! gb 0u::-"2 "QS- !'i EC"5"!G QEUQL .M 5 !,,2wrnS lg' 'I 3 , 'igQP'14:5-.r I.-. 3 if ' :af Q: c- ?"'1 +5 wigs w IQ- 54 2 525g gl S' T ta 635. .-,Img E, F3 NI SWIM HI -- Sami' i"8?,,U" QW' 5 Q39 1 L5 S27 W5w!u5 H? Z 55? I!2 m 1 gig! 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BEST WISHES 4 lI'ICOPpOPCIlQCl i Gfficial Junior Class Jewelers i Manufacturers of 1 Class Rings, Club Pins, Fraternity Iewelry ' Trophy Cups, Athletic Figures Medals L 860 South Flower St. Los Angeles, Calif ll -iv- Continued from page One Hundred Fifty-four Herta Schwartz-A sculptress. Francys Shea-A costume designer. john Shoemaker--A barber. Ora Sihilling-An aviatrix. Grace Spielman--A concert pianist. Irma Strickland-A real estate saleswoman. Virginia Stroup-Manager of an orange grove. Evelyn Sweeney-First lady of the land. Kevin Sweeney-A talkie producer. Adele Summers-A governess. Verna Taber-Manager for the New York Yankees. Harvey Tedford-A diamond king. Mildred Templeton-A World Champion golfer. Dale Twiggs-Building the Boulder Dam. Milton Wallace-Ambassador to China. Carver Walker--A professor at Wellesley. Wilma Watts-A scholar. Lester Whalley-Running a dude ranch. Ethel Wilhoit-Deeply involved in the study of bugs. Kenneth Wire-A lawyer. Frank Woodington-Filling Mr. Junkin's place as truant officer. Eunice Wyler-An evangelist. Thomas Yellis-Justice of the Peace in Olive. Esther Zeppenfeld-A home economics expert. Page One Hundred Fifty-six ..1m.1l1.1!.... .,.. 1. .- 1 1 11.0-lm-un1nu1nu1un1nu1nn-. 1 - 1 1 .-lui.,-...1n.1.,1 1...-,glI,-.Iq..-4.1ug14...1nu1n4.1..ui..u1,,.i.u.-...,1.,1..1..1q.1u.,1..1,.1..1..1..1..1..1,.1 THE BLUE AND GOLD Phil Karp: "I left some original jokes here yesterday. Did you see them ?" llliss Golder: "I read them but I certainly didn't see them." Lee Benson: "lYIay I accompany you across the street." Bundle-burdened old lady: "Certainly, sonny. How long have you been waiting: for somebody to take you across?" Visitor fto Paul Jungkeitlz I see you're putting up many new buildings in this city." Paul: Yes, sir. New buildings are the only kind we put up." 1 1m1u.1ql- 1-1.1,-i1nn-nn-un1-'nine-un-wifinn1nn-nn-nn1un1un1nn1n- - - 1 1un1un14T GREETING CARDS. STATIGNERY - KODAKS l Office Supplies and Equipment , TYPEWRITERS All Makes. Sold, Rented Repaired, Exehanged at STEIN'S-of course 307 W. Fourth SANTA ANA 118 iz. Fourth Adding Machines Office Repairs Check Writers ii Safes Rentals .Repairs Line-a-Time Film Cabinets I i R. A. TIERNAN oo. Ti H I TYPEWRITERS i GUARANTEED FACTORY REBUILTS OF ALL BIAKIQS Phone 743 401 West Fourth Santa Ana, Calif. Q T --n-u-u-n-----nn-uu-u-n--nn-nn--nn-nn-.m1.m-m.-ii.-.. 1 -..,.-.,.,- .,., -.,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,- E T twedf mnfwal Z0 GQFUGW eWZ0d66"l' we li i . ., T Cqfcm and Eff! A ll i ii ANAHEIM LAUNDIQV 1 Odorless Dry Cleaners I 'i ........-.. ------- .-..-....-.-....-...-..-.... ...... - - - , -,,,,-4, Page One Hundred Fifty-seven 'FP THE BLUE AND GOLD 111: 1111 1111v11111111111111 In 1u1n--Il-1011115 THE FF-X I RY IEFX N D THEATRE , EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF it 1931 ' WE THANK THE STUDENT BODY AND FACULTY T FOR THEIR PA TRONAGE, AND ASSURE YOU OF OUR CONTINUED C0-OPERATION 1. DURING THE COMING YEAR. ii ii li ii ,, Earl Yonker, Manager, A. U. H. S. '27. ii i li K lY-IiI-lllli'liu l'lllllI'Tll?ll?nlT"Tluiuilili-ui--illln7--l..l..1"'T' 4 HOW TO ENJOY A VACATION WITHOUT LEAVING HOME The Beach In order to enjoy a beach trip without going to all the bother of making the trip. the Blue and Gold makes the following suggestions: First, put up a lunch and leave it on the lawn. It will thus be dried out and thoroughly unpalatable by noon. Second, put on your bathing suit and sit out in the sun, enjoying all the eHects of troublesome flies and sunburn. Third, have your little brother or sister fthe neighbor will be a satisfactory sub- stitutej throw sand in your face at regular intervals. Fourth, take a dip in the city park plunge. Fifth, brag about what a swell time you had at the beach. The mountains. A few suggestions are also in order for enjoying an overnight trip to the moun- tains. First, get some burlap bedding and sprinkle generously with sand and burrs. Second, put an anvil under the mattress. fOr sleep on the springsj Third, be sure there is no salt in any of your food, and that there are ashes in all the dishes. Fourth, brag about what a swell time you had at the mountains. Page One Hundred Fifty-eight THE BLUE AND GOLD I ---------1-11-- v1------ n Qu-u-au-os-sfo Fw H Manufacturers of ., ' School Annual Covers, Catalogue Covers and Binding, Edition Binding, Folding, ' Paper Ruling and All Classes of Book ' Binding and Gold Stamping ---- The Best Equipped Bindery lifes! of Chicago Henderson Trade Bindery TELEPHONE 4268 -H-3 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles, Cal. Some things will not forget: The way Charlotte Hapgood fainted in the senior play. "Mistletoes and Moonlight." Ed Launder as the stern parent in "Seventeen". Marjorie Shaw-Our baby talk lady. The dog who insisted on taking American Dem. Trying to collect class dues. Marsh Beebe's thrilling run down the turf at Garden Grove. Playdays and Chet Brandt's orchestra. The first annual Turnverein. The scrap over Senior sweaters. Freshmen's green garters. Getting our pictures taken for the annual. Receiving our 57.50 book deposit. Senior ditch day. The cake baking contest. Armistice Day and the cups we received. "So long." Page One Hundred Fifty-'nine THE BLUE AND GOLD A U T O G IQ A D H S Q I X 461' MICH SCHOOL N 1- 4' '1 5 Q-Ro 0 Wi on Se? SIE . . 2 . . x, ,X. . b.. X F' 7 'A '7"'4k' 4 4:-':f:1"ww Av-55,3 IXHXLFXA Q01 X: ' ' " ' ' 'C' Y' ' ' ' HY' 1 'M' J 'XL he .X 5, 45? if A .543 my 1 F2 X 't a 1 1- 34, H Awww: , MEX' 1241 eg .5 - ,,.' .WA . 4j.,XXX 44 . . , ff. . , . , , . .. , . Ni., , .Lf Z vt F' , ,44 .4 ,, . L XXXL .X Xl .,,X X1X4X-?X,7X.XX XX if .4 bw XX X Wei' 'f4fl4444W :- 4 4 I .mf . ,. 114 . . -4 ii,,f.4,4'f4f414 1 . 2. -v4 4:44 , 5. 41 ,L -54 .4 . X'5T'g.,' 14 L,-My '.M1,i4.f,X.-'-,J - M lg., .' X W441'-44 ' 4- X X. X 4144 .. " i.44.X4 54 ' VX N, .XX , .. .51-'r -4 ,,...w XXX. 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1929

Anaheim Union High School - Colonist Yearbook (Anaheim, CA) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 1

1935

Anaheim Union High School - Colonist Yearbook (Anaheim, CA) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

Anaheim Union High School - Colonist Yearbook (Anaheim, CA) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

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