Anna Head School for Girls - Nods and Becks Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)
- Class of 1942
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VOLUME THIRTY FOUR NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY TWO
PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE
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Thus has been a year to be alnve an It has been a tame
of portent of change and thnnkung that If we could
step asnde and look at thus year oblectnvely there would
doubtless be thmgs to surpruse us we applned ourselve
watched our school puvot from a lnfe patterned on
peace to one patterned on war though the change
has been slow and at times :mperceptuble and w
have trued to duscover that change to detach It
and to Interpret It on the followung pages that
they mught an some measure serve as a record
of our small part un the hustory benng made today
to that task. And we have been surprised. We have
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Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hyde, Principals
Eugenia Cross, Tennis
Mildred Davidson, Fifth and Sixth Grades
Pauline Gagnebin, Art
Joyce Gordon, Latin
Andre LeBre1on Hull, Playschool, French
Marie Moralh, Chemislry
Augusta Morse, Mathematics, Physics
Eleana B, Neal, Spanish
Margaref Srnifh Allen, Tennis
Jane Badenhausen, English
Milda Nixon Bainbridge, Piano
Janine Cahen, French
Kathryn Schneider, History
Margeret Suter, English, History
Molly Thomas, German, Latin
Alice Thompson, Seventh and Eighth Grades
Patricia Tudbury, Biology, Science
Betina Noyes Tracy, Dancing, Dramatics
Leslie Underhill, Physical Education
Claire Upshur, Singing, Lower School
Jeanne LaCoste Wallace, Primary
Betty Whitehead, English
Ruth Greenlaw, House Dean
Helen Black, Dormitory Supervisor
Moy Bell Truit, Financial Secretary
Barbara Cross, Registrar
Priscilla Wilson, Secretary
- ALICE ANN WRIGHT
MILDRED RAE HUSSER
Democracy ns on trtal an the world today on a more colossal scale than ever before
A war ns belng fought to perpetuate and to protect our :deals of self government
and again we reallze our relation to It In that our governing body ts one elected
by the students from the students Though we have had dtftlculttes our essentlally
snmple form of democracy has proved successful and tanguble enough to stand In
some measure as a concrete symbol of that for whach we are lighting Our Student
Councnl functnonung as a governung body and as a clearing house between fac
ulty and students thus year has endeavored to ellmunate trnvnal offenses and
petty rules that we mnght concentrate to more advantage on the larger questnons
at hand And our records ofthe Student Court prove that the endeavor has taken
effect for the lust of oHenders has conslstently decreased whsle honorable men
tton an cttnzenshup has been awarded by the Councul to several gurls Thus award
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denotes a particularly fine spirit of cooperation and responsibility, and, in several
instances, a good share of voluntary work on some school proiect. Receiving such
distinction were the following: Frances Amonette, Georgia Flye, Jane Greenwood,
Cornelia Levis, Kathryn Lipman, Beatrice Moorhead, Constance Morshead, Patsy
Okell, Betsy Roth, Patricia Schneider, and Helene Shafer.
With the able assistance of Mrs. Hyde, the following girls have worked as
Council members under Elise Perrault, our Student Body President: Barbara Hyde,
Vice-President of the Student Body, Kathleen Greenlaw, Secretary of the Student
Body, Jane Ristenpart, Senior Class President, Patricia Griffin, Junior Class Presi-
dent, Hatherly Bliss, Sophomore Class President, Dianne Reinle, Freshman Class
President, Mildred Rae Husser, Judge of the Court, and Alice Ann Wright, Presi-
dent of the Athletic Council.
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Hctherly Bllss Duanne Relnle
Pvesldent Jane Rustenpart
Vtce Presadent Betty Fowler
Secretary Treasurer Mary Hepner
President Patsy Grumn
Vnce Presudent Jane Bennett
Secretary Treasurer Jeannette Blaur
President Hatherly Bltss
Vuce President Constance Hyde
Secretary Treasurer Patructa Lunforth
Presudent Duanne Relnle
Vrce Presudent Jean Hawley
Secretary Treasurer Marlon Peterson
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MARY JANE BOLES
MILDRED RAE HUSSER
ALICE VICTORIA JOHNSON
MARY JANE STEPHENS
ALICE ANN WRIGHT
ALSO: SALLY O'HARA
MARY LOUISE DAILY
ROBERTA DE VELBISS
LAURA LEE KNOX
MADELAINE LE PROTTI
Also: BETH NOEL
PEGGY DYGERT IWITHDRAWNJ
ROMALIE HOBSON IWITHDRAWND
MARY LEE mom
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ALSO: CAROL CUTTER
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Seventh and Eighth Grades: First Row: Dowrene Hahn, Eleanor Harris, Phyllis Barr, Sally Marsh, Clare
Breuner, Wendy Joseph.
Second Ron: Georgia Ann Vlfeston, Marie Kohlhoas, Senwone Wallace, Marlon Eva, Norma Berry, Virginia
Third Rolf: Jean Deylncenzi, Alison Shand, Ann Prev1tiss,louise Rodgers.
Also: Rosalie Barringer, Anna Bozhius, Patricia Boshell Maurine Bourne, Mary Colby, Jodiann Eckoft,
Mary Loulse Erdman Barbara Holmes Jannce Lornbrecht
Fifth and Srxth Grades Frrst Row Mary Leone Rach Elrzabeth Deanesly Karen Bliss Adelande Herman
Sncond Row Susan McClfaye Shrrlry Maclfarlanr Katharmg Marshall Elnzabeth Mllar Katharwns Hunt
Also Brllre Jean Harrls Carol Holmes Anne Thunen
Primary Fnrst Row Margaret Deancsly Frorlta French Paulo Rlordan
Second Row Nancy Wcnrd Marlorle Colby Sully lensen Alison Dlbble Patrtcra Crum Nancy Schwaner
Anne Thunen Roxanne Haug Margaret Hughes
Also Carol Loyd
Play School First Row Jayne Cross Jeannune Hull Amerlgo Franchettr Bobble Rice
Second Row Fredrllca Powell Mum: Gardmer John Barchhelcl Nancy Page Alrce London
Also Wrlllarn Hartt lll Kathryn Hughes Peter Prentlss
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Fran? Row: Ty Roth, Joyce Finlay, Mary Janney, Mary Srevens. Rear Row: Alice Victoria Johnson, Mary
Joyce Finlay Hepner, Alon Klein, Anneffa Brendel, Pafricia Parker.
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Mary Jane Boles First Row: Susan Pillsbury, June Seifert.
Second Row: Peggy Allison, Consiance Morshead, Elizabeth Campbell, Mary Jane Boles, Parricia Gwynn,
Joan Peacock, Jean Hawley.
Third Row: Peggy Duffy, Georgia Flye, Jane Benneii, Nancy Shean.
Probably publlshnng the yearbook IS the most dlvertnng and stumulatlng pur
sult our Organizations have to offer Certamly we have found lt so The an
nual Nods and Becks Dance held the evemng of the eighth of November
adopted a cnrcus motuf and was clumaxed by the sudden appearance of some
two hundred balloons needless to say they disappeared quute as rapndly
At the Country Fair Nods and Becks took charge of the Coca Cola booth In
all our work thus year we have received mvaluable asslstance from Mlss Jane
Badenhausen and Muss Pauline Gagnebnn and we should like to extend an
expression of our appreclatlon The following gurls constltute the T942 staff
Joyce Finlay Edntor In chlef Mary Janney Asslstant Editor Pat Parker
Business Manager Alon Kleun Assistant Buslness Manager Prlscolla Noble
Literary Editor Mary Hepner Dramatlcs Editor Patrlcua Everungham Athletlcs
Editor Annetta Brendel Soctety Editor Allce Vlctorua Johnson Alumnae
Editor Betsy Roth Calendar Editor and Mary Stevens Snapshot Editor
The Qulps and Cranks staff this year has Improved the paper immensely
One Important move was lolnung the Natlonal Scholastic Press Assoclatlon
which offers to nts members crltlcal servlce and glves them new Ideas Many
lower classmen have been added to the staff nn order that they will be pre
pared to carry onthe paper and more feature artlcles a series of ullustratlons
and cartoons and the publucatnon of twelve nssues rather than seven have
all served to enlarge the scope of the paper At the Country Falr the Qulps
and Cranks staff managed the Coffee and Doughnut booth and nn Novem
ber ut orgamzed and presented nts annual Fashnon Tea In place of the tradu
tnonal dance two barbecues were held thus year Mnss Betty Whutehead as
Qunps and Cranks faculty advnsor and the staff nncludes Editor In Chief Mary
Boles Assnstant Edltor Georgua Flye Busnness Manager Eluzabeth Campbell
and Nancy Shean Joan Peacock Jean Hawley Peggy Duffy Constance
Morshead Susan Pillsbury Harriet Webster Patrlc1aLnnforth Jeannette Blaur
Patrucua Gwynn Duana Bell Jane Bennett Peggy Allison Joyanne Hull and
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The Cast of H,M.S. Pinafore
First Row: Eleanor Harris, louise Rodgers, Becky Balyeat, Maurine Bourne, Patricia Close, Phyllis Burr,
Sally Marsh, Lois Stutt, Dowririe Hahn, Alison Shand, Jeannette Blair, Harriet Westling.
Second Row: Kathy Greenlaw, Joyce Finlay, Elizabeth Campbell, Peggy Duffy, Shiela Seograve, Mary Louise
Daily, Constance Morshead, Jane Bennett, Patricia Farrar.
Third Row: Mary Stevens, Helene Shafer, Alice Victoria Johnson, Marie Kohlhaas, Jodiann Eckhofif, Anna
Bockius, Georgia Ann Weston, Suzanne Imrie, Judean Young, Joy Rudolph, .loyanne Hull, Kay Lloyd,
Constance Morshead Patricia Everingham.
Patricia Gwynn Left to right: Ty Roth, Jane Bennett, Joyanne Hull, Elizabeth Campbell, Peggy Dufty, Nancy Shean, Mary
louise Daily, Georgia Flye, June Seifert, Kathleen Greenlaw, Beatrice Moorhead.
Muslc floats from out the audltoruum and we know that the Glee Club ns un
sesslon Thus actnve organuzatuon under the able leadershlp of tts President
Connie Morshead and nts director Mrs Upshur has this year absorbed many
new members At the Country Farr the Glee Club sang danced and provided
uproarlous entertaunment and at the Christmas Program a complete cast
contributed to the Chrnstmas splrlt by stnglng carols between scenes of the
Dramatuc presentatlon Each sprung the Glee Club presents an operetta and
thus year on AprnI1O Gulbert and Sulltvon s H M S Pnnafore was given be
fore a delughted auduence The principals were Sur Joseph Porter Joyce
Ftnlay Captain Corcoran Jane Bennett Ralph Rackstraw Shlela Seagravc
Duck Deadeye Peggy Duffy Josephine Mary Louise Dally Hebe Elnzabeth
Greenlaw To close the year the Glee Club sang at the Baccalaureate servnce
at the Alumnae dinner and at the graduatlon exerctses
The Dramatlc Club gave three very excellent performances thts year Pat
Gwynne an able presldent and Mrs Tracy comblned therr efforts wtth those
of the cast to turn outa splendid performance of Street of Dreams on May
fifteenth The play slmllar to Stage Door had a strong cast In Nancy Shean
Peggy Duffy Jane Bennett Barbara Bliss Betsy Roth Rtta Marrlott Elnzabeth
Campbell Mary Loulse Dally Joyanne Hull and Jeanne Mllls There was an
added attractlon to the play un the fact that for the first tame In the history
ofthe Dramatic Club boys were nn the cast and everybody was also thrilled
to dlscover the Identity of the much advertised Mystery Man Besudes the
play the Dramatic Club performed In the Chrtstmas Pageant and gave a
version of the wntches scene In Macbeth for Halloween whtch was notable
for tts artistry color and rhythm
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Front Row: Barbara Hyde, Bettie Greene, Harriet Webster, Constance Morshead. Back Row: Kathryn Lipman,
Cornelia Levis Barbara Bliss, Jeanette Blair, Cornelia Levis, Patty Sayre.
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Betty Fowler First Row: Judean Young, Polly Parsons, Patricia Parker, Alice Victoria Johnson. Second Row: Lois Stutt, Joan
Peacock, Betty Fowler. Third Row: Patricia Close, Patricia Everingham, Patricia Schneider.
The Socual Servuce Club us one ofthe most actuve school organuzatuons During
thus year ut has sponsored the Country Faur the Chrustmas Prouect the Easter
Party and the Furst Aud classes Its members have knutted sweaters for the
Red Cross made bandages for the Brutush War Reluef collected books for the
U S O and adopted two small English children Proceeds from the Faur were
donated to varuous charutues and used to finance other school prouects thus
by the Chrustmas Prolect the Club was enabled to collect food toys and
clothung and to turn them over to the Salvatuon Army and by the Easter Party
to entertaun about twenty Oakland orphans Under the supervusuon of Mr
Hyde the Social Servuce Club organuzed two Furst Aud courses forthe gurls of
the hugh school Thus year the club has functuoned under the very able durectuon
Bluss Secretary Treasurer
The aum of the Book Club us to guve gurls who are unterested un books an opor
tunuty to duscuss wuth each other any sublect pertaunung to books As war has
made everything un school lute more seruous ut was decuded that perhaps ut
would be wuse for the Book Club to try to duscover what books and theur
authors had to say about lute un a more deflnute way A plan was finally
devused whereby one author would be duscussed for two weeks or a month
as the need arose The members would not only read the books of an author
and duscuss theur luterary merut but they would also learn exactly what sort
of man produced those partucular works Thus year has been a transutuonal
one for the club It us hoped that upon the findungs of thus year wull be founded
a club which wull be charged wuth vutal meanung The plan affords an oppor
tunuty for unterestung duscussuons un many fields wuth the excellent advuce of
Muss Margaret Suter
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ALICE ANN WRIGHT
The Athletnc Councul of 1941 42 has been presuded over by Aluce Ann Wrught who
has won the pennant for two thousand ponnts The mam purposes of the Council
as stated nn nts Constltutnon are as 'Follows To promote efflcnency IH athletnc actlvn
tres to uphold a hugh standard of sportsmanship and to develop a spnrnt of co
attended Domnnncan playday on October 'llth at whlch Georgia Flye won a cup
for tennls srngles and on November 23 the new rldlng club organized by Ty
Roth the KTanga partlcnpated un an excellent horse show at Mnlls College At
the Country Farr the Athletnc Councul challenged everyone to a dart thrownng con
test whale the Block H Society sold tickets for the concessions The Annacade tea
turung the upper school swnmmnng classes staged a beautnful performance set to
music and scenery Though for some tnme after the outbreak of war nnterschool
games were cancelled they were later resumed Basketball matches were held
wnth Mass Burke s to whom we lost and with Mass Hamlin s whom we conquered
The Tennns team tied Mass Burkes and the Douglas School where they spent a
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peration among the classes. During the first sports period, fifty-seven Headites
weekend, and won from Miss Wallace's and from Castilleia. We did not partici-
pate in the Ojai competitions this year, but at the Tennis Luncheon, which took
place in May according to custom, Mary Jane Boles won the second singles cup,
while both our doubles teams reached the finals. The Senior class acquired the
Basketball and Volleyball pennants, and Nona Dedmon won the Badminton pen-
nant. The Nips and Tucks fought with spirit, only to divide the honors between
them-the Nips winning in Basketball, and the Tucks in Volleyball. "Alice in Water-
land," a swimming show by the lower school and Mills Playday on April 25th
helped to complete a full program. A Block H party and a Hyde-Out weekend re'
warded the Athletic Council for its contribution of splendid athletic activities to the
school throughout the year. The Council this year included the following girls:
President, Alice Ann Wright, Vice-President, Peggy Dufty, Secretary-Treasurer,
Harriet Webster, Block H President, Georgia Flye, Recorder of Points, Patricia
Schneider, and Managers Margaret Bechtel, Jane Bennett, Elizabeth Campbell,
Mary Janney, Alon Klein, Kathryn Lloyd, Constance Morshead, Patricia Parker,
Ty Roth, and Nancy Shean.
All Star Hockey Joyann Hull
Peggy Duffy Elnse Perrault
Jane Bennett Aluce Vucforla
Johnson Also Constance
All Star Volleyball Jane Ben
nel? .loan Peacock Nancy
Shean Karhleen Greenlaw
Alon Klein Also Margaret
Bechrel Grefe Unger Alice
Smce Nods and Becks had lo be sent to press earlner thus year than ns usual we
were unable to Include the All Star teams whnch had not at the time been made up
Badminton Outstandnng players Frances Amonette, Becky Balyeat, Nona
Dedmon Patrucua Parker
Hyde, Alice flnln lwfzglle. l
Sailing . . . Outstanding sailors: Jane Bennett, Mary Janney, Jeanne Mills, Nancy
Shean, Alice Ann Wright.
Swimming . . . Outstanding swimmers: Beverly Hill, Joan Peacock, Nancy Shean,
Alice Ann Wright.
Riding . . . Outstanding riders: Anna Bockius, Ty Roth, Alison Shand.
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First Row: Constance Mors-
head, Georgia Flye.
Second Row: Elsie Perrault,
Elizabeth Campbell, Jane
Ristenpart, Mary Jane Boles,
Margery Rieger, Hatherly
All-Star Basketball: Elise Per-
rault, Peggy Duffy, Alon
Klein, Joan Peacock, Nancy
Shean. Also: Margaret Bech-
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The fall season was opened thus year by a lunuor class party whuch was held on
Fruday September twelfth at the Duablo Country Club The party was held un order
that the new lunuors mught become more acquaunted wuth the old lunuors
On Fruday evenung September nuneteenth a group of gurls from Mass Cohen s
classes un French ll IV and V went to San Francusco to see o French play Les
Plaudeurs meanung The Suutors or Pleaders Everyone went to a French restau
rant before the play
Over the week end of September twentueth and twenty flrst Peggy Duffy enter
tauned the lunuors ata house party un Brookdale
The sophomores gathered for a barbecued lunch followed by a movue at the
home of Joyanne Hull on Saturday September twenty seventh
On Fruday the thurd of October the senuor class was guven a delughtful buffet
dunner by Beverly Morse un her home After dunner the gurls went to a movue
On October the twenty flfth the lunuor class dressed up un theur new fall outflts
and went to Ruchmond for cu lovely luncheon guven by Harruet Webster un her at
Before goung to the Country Faur the lunuors were entertanned wuth a delucuous
dunner guven by Bebe Moorhead
The annual Quups and Cranks fashuon show tea was held on November flrst and
was o great success The fall fashuons whuch were from The Mademouselle Shop
were modeled by Pat Lunforth Harruet Webster Jeannette Blaur Aluce Ann Wrught
Gruffln Eluse Perrault and Pat Gwynn The commentator was Eluzabeth Campbell
Many curcus anumals adorned the walls of the audutoruum on the nught of Novem
ber eughth The occasuon was the Nods and Becks Curcus Dance wuth the musuc of Jack
Lux and hus orchestra Mr and Mrs T R Hyde Mr and Mrs W A Funlay Mrs
Ruth Greenlaw and Muss Jane Badenhausen assusted the edutor un chuef Joyce
Funlay un receuvung the guests
Beverly Hull who luved for a year un Chuna entertauned a group of her class
mates at a Chunese Chow dunner un Chunatown on the evenung of November twen
Patrucua Hyde who graduated from Anna Head un forty one was entertauned
durung the Thanksguvung holudays by her famuly ata luncheon at the Claremont
Country Club on Saturday November the twenty second Many of thus year s sen
uors as well as last year s graduates attended
A luncheon was guven by Pat Everungham for a group of her senuor fruends at
the Claremont Country Club on December suxth After the luncheon the gurls played
brudge whuch really turned out to be Rummy Hearts Slap and l Doubt lt
Those adorable heart shaped lapel puns that a few of the uunuors are wearung
were the favors of a perfect luncheon party guven by Sonia Shafer The event was
held at the Women s Athletuc Club on Satuuday December the suxth and was at
tended by many lunuor classmen
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At the sunsor sensor Chrsstmas Formal held December twelfth the couples
danced to the mussc of Buds MacDonald and hss orchestra The patrons and patron
esses were Mr and Mrs T R Hyde Mr and Mrs C W Grsft7n Js Mr and Mrs
C H Rsstenpart Msss Jane Badenhausen and Msss Betty Whstehead
Joyce Fsnlay and Mary Janney were hostesses at a lovely luncheon honorsng
Jane Rsstenpart whsch was held at the Women s Athletsc Club on Saturday
Several partses took place dursng the Chrsstmas holsdays On December twenty
thsrd Jeanette Blasr entertasned a group of sensors and lunsors wsth a tea at her
home Patsy Grsffln gave a brsdge luncheon at her home for some sensorsand sunsors
on the twenty seventh On December twenty esghth Bebe Moorhead snvsted several
lunsors and thesr escorts for dancsng at the Palace Hotel On the thsrty flrst Dsana
Bell entertasned several Anna Head frsends at a brsdge luncheon at the Women s
Athletsc Club On New Year s Eve Jean Hawley snvsted several of her classmates to
her home where they welcomed sn the New Year wsth a msdnsght supper
On the twenty fourth of January Helen Sweetser snvsted the sensor class to a
tea at her lovely home sn Alameda The occasson was her esghteenth bsrthday
Valentsnes Day afforded the opportunsty for several partses On Valentsne
Eve Dsana Bell entertasned some of her school frsends and thesr escorts wsth a
dsnner dance at the Hotel Claremont On February the fourteenth Barbara Barr
snvsted a few of her frsends to her home sn San Leandro for lunch and tennss Agnes
Borland took three of her frsends to the csty for lunch at the Town and Country Club
afterwards the gsrls went to see My Ssster Esleen Pat Sayre gave a luncheon at
her home sn Alameda for a group of sensors and sunsors
A brsdge luncheon was gsven by Susan Psllsbury at her home for a group of both
sensor and lunsor frsends on Saturday March fourteenth
Attractsve clothes from the Sather Gate Apparel Shop were modeled by equally
attractsve Anna Head gsrls at the Socsal Servsce Club fashson show and brsdge tea
on the twenty first of March
The sensor class gave the sunsors a barbecue pscnsc thss year snstead of the tra
dstsonal Sensor Junsor Dance The gsrls from the two classes went out to the Dsablo
Country Club for swsmmsng on the afternoon of Frsday May flrst After swsmmsng
the gsrls had dsnner under the forest trees followed by the readsng of the Sensor
Wsll The party was a spectacular success
The tradstsonal Alumnae Dsnner a memorable and thrsllsng occasson took place
sn the Alumnae Hall on the evensng precedsng graduatson
On Frsday afternoon May twenty nsnth the members of the graduatsg class were
gsven thesr long awasted dsplomas and were escorted by the lunsors to the garden
where they sang thesr farewell song
As the yearbook goes to press plans are stsll besng made for the celebratson
whsch always follows graduatson an event to whsch all the sensors are looksng
forward wsth great expectatsons
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aur the cool of mountaun born nughts ond valley
warmed days the country sude rolls to a dup and
ues stul a good summer but gone
we begun agaun ut s all fresh books and a clean
puece of paper eager faces and new ones and a
short rolled long pants and a good deal of nouse
straun the sudes of the statuon wagon Just board
ers Headung ut for a Hyde out pucnuc mostly water
brungs the f1rst Student Body meetung and the whys
of our varuous organuzatuons
the lntermezzo Truo makes us know and feel the pueces
of theur program
Domunucan Playday And we ll all come back
uf you let us
To see what can be done'
Mrs Tracy s dancung classes do some be ututul work
un patterned rhythm KN-K Us
and oh the lughts the laughter the mystery man
the reams of crepe paper the rattled puppy and
the hot dogs the stage show and the faculty s
headless couple remember the Country Four? La
Pan Amerucan Aurlunes tantaluze us wuth puctured
Hawauu and the old order changeth
Mrs Happer brungs us Pekung untouched un lantern
Quups and Franks hold a Fashuon Tea fashuons
f1owers and food all good
we goto Alaska wuth the Glacuer Pruest and see the
Nods and Becks Dance a curcus gone hugh hat
wuth formals and punk lemonade
we rude un the rung Mulls College Horse Show
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vuneyards of the Garonne valley the valley of the
Charente nn wooden shoes
puppets untold for us the history ot coFfee
us Thanksgnvung week end enough sand
the K Tanga Club Horse Show
a blackout falls to dampen the splrlts ot the couples
attendnng the Junnor Sensor Formal
carols and the Chrnstmas play are the prelude to va
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Durung the wlnter months ownng to the seriousness and the de
mands ofthe exlstlng conclltlons our actnvutnes aside from school
work and sports were reduced to a munlmum ln the t1nal term
however we returned to our tradntuonal events In order that as
normal a program as passable might be pursued and malntauned
The Social Servnce Club Fashion Bridge Tea
nounced by llttle garlanded clothes horses
H M S Plnafore has an excellent effect on the au
dlence and IS lots of fun forthe cast Jr.
the Athletlc Councul dnsappears to Hyde out reap
pears wnth mumps
nomnnatnons electrons appolntments
beginnings of another year
Malls Play Day helps to clumax the sports year
the Senior class entertalns the Junlor class at Diablo
the Tennns team f1nds cornpetltlon at the Berkeley Ten
nls Club and we flnd the AnnualTennls Luncheon
at the Claremont Hotel as good as ever and more fun
Street of Dreams presented by the Dramatic Club
an excellent performance
Baccalaureate Service IS held for the Sensor Class
Alumnae Dlnner thetradltlonalSenlor ceremony
and so we graduate
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Umversuty of Calnforma
Betty Anne Austun
Mary Jane Ellicott
Nancy Lee Tllden
Amelia Ann Barry
Mary Jane Hammerland
Grace Ball Secretarxal School
Reed College Jeanne Creech
Pomona College Dorns Jane Taylor
Wellesley College Edith Bushop
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San Francisco College for Women Nadlne Jackson
Smnth College Cnssy Madden
Armstrong Business College Barbara Parker
Pune Manor Junuor College Myra Anne Knox
Unlverslty of Southern Callforma Dorotea Montenegro
Wllluams College Patrucla Parller
Barbara Brauncl was married to Glenn E Collins Jr after attending the University
Barbara Brookman attended the Unlversuty of Calufornla but us now employed
Barbara de Juluo as now starring un East Bay Ice Shows
Madelune Irvnng attended the Unnversuty of Calufornla for the flrst semester her
father was transferred wnth the Army she ns now luvung nn Everett Washington
Shnrley Rodgers us engaged to George C Haas
Helen Snegfrued ns employed at Merrntt Hospital Oakland as an X ray techmclan
Peggy Swift as contnnuung her study of the dance In San Francisco along wnth aca
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Luke a bombshell out of the blue or a shot out of the dark we were nn war' War
came to us so suddenly so unexpectedly that the speed of nts comlng was breath
takung and seemed unbelievable The first months of an all out program for de
fense have passed and now we are all aware of the seruousness of the sttuatnon
the perulous dangers that surround us and the uncertainty of our very exustence
from day to day Thus nn us should be formed stronger phnlosophles deeper con
ceptuons of the values of llfe new adlustments and above all a wnllnngness for
We all doubtless have token many thungs for granted that we are fortunate nn
havmg the love and unterest our famulues glve us the many loys that each day
brungs to us good health our excellent schools our friends and neighbors our
beautsful surroundnngs the wonderful opportunutues our country offers us our
freedom of speech freedom of the press freedom of relnglon and above all the
mere fact of benng alnve
Let us take nothnng for granted from thus moment on rememberung what a pruvn
lege tt as to be an American and the truth and worth for whnch our nation stands
Let us work whule we work and play whule we play always conscnenttously Ltve
smule work and serve for today can never be caught and relnved When ut ns spent
ut us flnushed but nf luved to nts full mstead of benng a wasted day ut wall prove a vuc
toruous day If we pass the torch of love and kundness onto all wnth whom we come
In contact the fire of courage and hope that as krndlecl at home wull spread to our
men at the front and lught thenr way guvung them the power to bring Peace on Earth
to thus war torn world
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One day a young musslonary was standung quuetly outsude a Chlnese temple Has
attentnon was attracted by an old woman who was buyung several prayers from
a priest Her poor bent body was covered only wuth tatters of clothung That she
had worked un the rtce flelds all her life could be duscerned from her gnarled hands
on whnch there were many gapung cracks As she turned to go In to the altar the
young man saw In her eyes the longnng for freedom of the spurut Her eyes so full
of grief hope despaur rebellton Through her eyes alone could he see what went
on nn the soul The rest of her face was merely a mask of wrnnkled leather which hld
By burmng the prayers whuch had cost her last small coins she belneved she
would be set free He felt the nrony of It The woman gropung after somethung whuch
was so near and easy to attann and whtch she would probably never flnd She was
pourung out her soul to a bruck wall
As he stood there he thought of all the luves that had been spent ID the some
blund way The Nordic trnbes the Egypttans the Babylonnans all wnth theur heathen
gods of nature the Greeks trynng to explom llfe through phnlosophlc dtssertatuons
the Oruentals trying to rnd themselves of thenr burdens by nnfluctung upon themselves
the most terrible tortures Stull they all lay down at nnght wnth the same gnawlng
at theur Inner being that had been there before
Among all these depressung plctures he saw one that was lughted wnth hope It
was a snmple pncture lackung un grandeur nt was of a man wnth a knnd earnest
face stttnng tn a meadow among some chnldren He felt a peace steal over htm He
knew where he was goung He would reach has goal by the grace of God
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Just at dusk the corn stood stlhouetted agaunst a multicolored sky It seemed s
If the corn fassels were the plumes of the helmets the leaves the banners the
broken stalks the s
pears of forgotten knughts
I looked out once and saw them
Not as soldners
But as ragged chtldren lean
Wnth theur hands outstretched
And thenr hatr tangled by the wnnd
Then agaun they ve been luke young women
Crushed nn the prtme of lute
By some great sorrow
Or lake children happy
Or luke aged men greyed and bent
They change wnth the weather
Wuth the wand wath change of mnnd
Ive seen them
Young valnant and brave
Thenr proud heads flung hugh
Looknng upward ever on
Or like kntghts nn retreat
Theur pennants tattered
Swords broken and plumes los
They seem to know how one sl
My pennant ns lost
No battle won
And yet even so
As they ll turn again
Charge agaun and flght agatn
And so do we all
For never forget
Woman has an nnner love
Every chtld an Inner toy
And every man
Though he be beaten back
And trampled upon
Has an Inner strength
And so do I
So do we all
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My lufe before I was pucked was spent pleasantly un the fields of Indua But as all
good tumes wull come to an end I was packed unto a chest and sent to England
There I saw many haughty government offlcuals who I am sure felt very umportant
My comrades thought them very handsome and stylush but I luked the lnduan
people better They were sumple and looked comfortable un theur few clothes whule
these Englushmen had so many extras that they looked luke too much stuffed unto
a very small chest
Whule I was un England I learned about a new world called Ameruca I seemed
to hear more about ut as I stayed longer un England One day we were moved from
Wunchester to Southampton where the gossup of the town was of nothung but the
New World Saulors would talk excutedly of ut and the New World was the place
My comrades agaun duffered from me for most of them wanted to go back to
Indua and the others luked to explore wuthun known boundarues They saud there
were always new thungs to unvestugate un one cellar and why then goto the New
World? But I luke to go to far lands
Luck seemed to go my way for the very next day we were hurled on a shup and
heard All aboard' All aboard' And even more we heard excuted chuldren cry
ung We re off to the New World' We re off to Ameruca' But wuth all thus pleasant
excutement and gauety there was a good deal of angry talk The thung that troubled
me so much was that thus gossup was mostly expressed by the government offlcers
After a week I began to make out what I thought was foolush talk It seemed
as though Ameruca was backung out of the Englush laws but I dudnt know why
for some tume After what seemed luke years I found out what ut all meant
There was a great deal of excutement Ameruca was to be seen' When we landed
a hugh Amrucan oFfIcuaI came on deck and seemed very cross He saud the govern
ment had no rught to tax the people and that Ameruca should uf anythung tax
England Then I knew what ut was all about and whule I was thunkung ut all over
a strange thung happened
Many men dressed un queer clothes came on board and began throwung my
comrades unto the bay' They shrueked but I was the only one that heard them
and these so called Amerucan Induans went on throwung them un
At last all of them had gone but alas' A man had come and had thrown me
overboard too' Thus paper us gettung wet so I must stop but I do hope that some
day people wull have more respect for a wonderful chest of tea luke me
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Have you seen the tender crescent
Sllppnng In stardust
and blue to black sky
I have watched It
Above the dark pnnes
and scraggly apples
I have smelt dew
And ID the Net breeze
grass and damp d bark
I have felt aged
And of chuldhood
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Hence craven fear' Wnth thee tus always nught
Ever the cl ad :mage of the past stands mockung thee
Get thee gone' I say what s done no crungtng will ettace
And the echo of the crime a mere transient shadow casts
Begone' thy bony fingers shake with ague
Thy twutchlng sockets rust with rnvers of thy sweat
Thy very Image conlures up thyself
Wlth all thy hosts of panic and of pestllence
Mud mnldewed hollow bones l see thee crouching shake
Which had by velvet sllks or flery duadems
Stull show theur hndeous forms all naked tothe eye
Thy fellowshup as not for me cold corpse
I would be free and bold defy and laugh
But yet however I may scorn thy dark
My bloody mind returns to the turret by the starr
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Homework :sn t so much fun
You have to bother everyone
Luke Daddy what are two and two?
And Sas who fought at Waterloo?
lffwmf sux and nnne are twenty
four or then
Or say Mom IS at only ten?
I ut Q my homework ns O K
W fry pale at on so anyway?
Katharlne Marshall oth Grade
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I am going to her house today I have been invited to lunch She will be playing
the piano in her room when l arrive and her mother will usher me to her door I
am the only outsider she ever sees
My hostess lives In a large rambling house with bare cold walls and plain
furniture and the brilliant chords of Chopin or meloduous themes of Bach fugues
resound through the house unresisted by heavy draperues or rugs in the spacious
When I open the door I find not a robust healthy woman for surely such a touch
could come from no other but a small ethereal girl young for her eighteen years
It seems that she has no knowledge of my presence for she continues improvising
There is no hesitation as she plays Rather she becomes more enrapt with every
phrase as she brings to life something that an instant before had come into her
Coming face to face wnth such a person a feeling of shame creeps over me I feel
small and unimportant Ashamed for the moments I have capitalized on my minor
abilities Dwarfed by the extent of her ability which overshadows mine as would
a liner towering over a rowboat
would suspect but of everyday things The cat caught a mouse today or I took
some pictures of our view from the front porch After lunch there is more talk
of trivial things lt is good for her resting a brain forever overworked by such cre
I can t stay long A basketball game calls me back to school It is good to get back
I engoy my game ever so much and I wonder at what I have lust seen I am re
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Thoughts travel far into the realms of light
Unhundered by cold distance and vast space
By gray confusion inthe gathering clouds
And early darkness coming from the west
Unseen they leap beyond the farthest star
The earth can find to stars invisible
Lost in perpetual darkness to our sight
Farther than fear and higher than contempt
They soar above the world more free than air
Nothing can stop them only their own strength
Betrays them and they falter till at length
They rest among their kindred on the shore
None can ever return again to creep
Into the mind of Man where it was born
And yet its children follow at afar
To step beyond into a greater light
Where brightness breaks in waves about their feet
And rolls before them like the open sea
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Have you ever stopped to consider the pllght of the Dentlsts Daughter? Reflect
and puty her you who shudder at the very thought of the dentnst and keep procrastn
natrng untul you are forced to go There can be no procrastlnatlon for the dentist s
Dentists daughters lnvarlably have crooked prominent and cavlty fllled teeth
The only reason I can thunk of to explaln thus phenomenon IS that dentists must
keep nn practuce some way so convemently there as provnded a daughter on whom
to try out new methods
Having vlsated my father professionally for many years I have a fearful sense
of awe for hum deeply nngrauned from many hours of wantnng In the ante rooms
of has offlces All those people gomg un and out must have had some plece of tor
ture wreaked upon them yet as they come out they smule as nf nt had been enloy
able and my father grlns affably back
It ns my turn Beung a mere daughter the nurse favors me wuth only a Grade B
me quickly and bends over my mouth wlth a frown Thus frown as always an all
knowmg one and worrues me I hope that those two pneces of candy I ate yesterday
left no traces Here as that mean looklng drlll agann Why does my nose always Itch
at a crucual moment luke thus? Now the chnsel I repeat the Gettysburg Address to
myself Beads of perspiration break out on my forehead Everythnng IS qulet except
for the occasuonal rumble of the drlll
.lust when I have completed the Address for the thlrd time the drlll stops I feel
weak wuth relief The ordeal ns over and I know Daddy us lust as glad as I am I
totter out unto the wantlng room An old frrend of the family as waltnng I smlle hero
:cally at her My she says arent you lucky to have a dentist for a father'
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There as a flnaluty
That I hate
About shuttlng doors
Something us shut ID
Somethlng lovely lost
Somethung that was there
There no more
From our Itttle cnrcle
Round and round
And thnngs to see
My house shall be
Come wnnd come weather
Storms do not due down by beung shut out
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smile. She saves the flash of her back mlolars for the regular patients. Daddy seats
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Peggy Alluson Entered 1939 Men granted that
hls speech was wlse House President Sergeant
at arms Soclal Service Club Qulps and Cranks
Mary Jane Boles Entered 1938 Laugh and the
world laughs wlth you Edutor In chlet of Qulps
and Cranks Cheer leader 1941 Vlce Presldent of
Social Servlce Club All Star Tennis Team
Agnes Borland Entered 1935 I agree with no
man s opmlon I have some of my own Treasurer
of Sophomore Class Treasurer of Jumor Class
Manager of Swlmmlng In Junlor year Glee Club
Annetta Brendel Entered 1940 I ll not budge an
unch Society Editor ot Nods and Becks All Star
Rldmg In Junior Year
Ellzabeth Campbell Entered 1940 Much Ado
About Nothing Business Manager of Qulps and
Cranks Hebe S Plnafore lngrld
Street of Dreams Manager of Baseball
Patrlcla Close Entered 1940 He s a very devil
Glee Club Book Club
Vnrgmua Collins Entered 1941 There IS a history
In all men s llves
Nona Dedmon Entered 1941 Men of few words
are the best men Glee Club Senior Badminton
captann All Star Badminton
Doris Conn Entered 1940 Give every man thlne
ear but few thy vonce
Patrlcla Everlngham Entered 1936 Hts very foot
has muslc an at Athletic Edltor of Nods and Becks
Sergeant of Polnce In The Purates of Penzance
Junior representative of Qulps and Cranks Tennis
Patrlcla Farrar Entered 1940 Gave me that man
who IS not passuon s slave Sensor representatuve
of Nods and Becks Secretary Treasurer of Glee
Joyce Finlay Entered 1940 Why should the devnl
have all the good times? Edttor In chief of Nods
and Becksgmchard the Purate Kmgxnn The Plrates
af Penzance Sur Joseph Porter K C B In H M S
Plnafore Tennis squad
Betty Fowler Entered 1938 My heart was wnth
the Navy men who went abroad to due Vlce
President of Sensor Class President of Book Club
Socxal Servlce Club All Star Ice skating un Fresh
Kathleen Greenlaw Entered 1939 He travels
fastest who travels alone Secretary of Student
Councll Presldent of Junior Class Socual Servuce
Club Badminton manager In Junuor year
Patrlcna Gwynn Entered 1940 Age cannot with
er nor custom stale her ll'1f1l'tIlE variety Pres:
dent of Dramatic Club Exchange Editor of Qulps
and Cranks Society Edltor of Qulps and Cranks
In Junuor year Stage crew
Mary Hepner Entered 1940 Merry as the day I5
long Dramotlc Edntor of Nods and Becks Secre
tary of Senior Class Sensor Volleyball captaln
Beverly Hull Entered 1934 My man s as true as
steel Chairman of Sergeants at arms Clttzen
shnp Commlttee Sensor Swnmmnng captann Sensor
Muldred Rae Husser Entered 1934 I do not un
derstand I pause I examlne Judge of Student
Court Vlce President of Junior Class Cltlzenshlp
Commnttee Glee Club
Barbara Hyde Entered 1936 The world belongs
to the enthuslast who keeps cool Vnce Presldent
of the Student Body Presudent of Sophomore
Class Treasurer of Glee Club In Junnor year All
Star Basketball ln Junior year
Mary Janney Entered 1939 Who walks wlth
beauty has no need to fear President of Glee
Club In .lunlor year Samuel nn The Pirates of
Penzance Asslstant Editor of Nods and Becks
Manager of Solllng
Alice Victoria Johnson Entered 1927 Endued
wtth the sanctnty of reason Alumnae Edltor of
Nods and Becks Secretary Treasurer of Book Club
Glee Club All Star Hockey team
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good cause Asslstant Business Manager at Nods
and Becks Manager of Volleyball All Star Bas
ketball Tennls squad
Cornelia Levss Entered 1939 Nemo me umpune
lacesslt President of Socxal Servuce Club Head
of Red Cross Knlttung for Gurl Reserves In Jumor
year Dramatic Club
Kathryn Lipman Entered 1940 He looks qulte
through the deeds of men Cltnzenshlp Committee
Socual Servnce Club
Kathryn Lloyd Entered 1941 Laugh yourself Into
stutches Manager of lce Skating Glee Club
Margery Maker Entered 1941 What should
man do but be merry?
Mona Marx Entered 1941 Good a pl y
lucule Mnchel Entered 1939 And then the whln
mg schoolboy with hls satchel and shunlng morn
mg face creeping like a snail unwillingly to
Snapshot Editor of Nods and Becks In Junlor year
Rudmg manager un Junuor year Production Mana
ger of Dramatuc Club Glee Club
Beverly Morse Entered 1939 She that was ever
fair and never proud had tongue at will and yet
was never loud Treasurer of K Tonga Club Book
Constance Morshead Entered 1940 They that
stand hugh have many blasts ta shake them
President of Glee Club Manager of Tennis As
slstant Sports Edntor of Qunps and Cranks Tennis
team un Junlor and Senior years
Priscilla Noble Entered 1940 He sand lnttle but
to the purpose literary Editor of Nods and Becks
Qulps and Cranks staff un Junior year Social
Service Club Dramatnc Club
Sally OHara Entered 1942 So wlll he speak
perhaps whale men applaud
Patrlcla Parker Entered 1940 You run about
my lxttle mold your lambs they are alive Busnness
Manager of Nods and Becks Badmmton Manager
Book Club Social Servnce Club
Joan Peacock Entered 1939 Not peace but a
sword Manager of Lufe Savung All Star Basket
ball Tennxs squad
Ellse Perrault Entered 1936 Who bears the palm
deserves nt Presudent of Student Body Secretary
of Court ln Junlor year President of Block H In
Junior year Tennis team In Junlor and Sensor
Vurnnda Randall Entered 1938 And thereby
hangs a tale Sergeant at arms Glee Club
Margery Rleger Entered 1941 The women par
doned all except her face Tennus team
Jane Rlstenpart Entered 1940 They say best
men are molded out of faults and for the most
become much more the better for bemg a ltttle
bad Presvdent of Sensor Class Qulps and Cranks
staff Tennus team nn Junior and Senior years
Soclal Service Club
Patrncta Roeckner Entered 1941 An unforgiving
eye and a damned dlsmherltlng countenance
Sensor representative of House Council Sergeant
at arms Glee Club Soclal Service Club
Betsy Roth Entered 1941 Who would be a man
Club Calendar Edxtor of Nods and Backs Dra
Mary Jane Stephens Entered 1940 I strove wuth
none for none was worth my strife Dramatic
Club Glee Club
Mary Stevens Entered 1935 I shall devise some
thmg Snapshot Edutor of Nods and Becks Glee
Club Dramatic Club
Lols Stutt Entered 1940 Her halr was thuck wlth
many o curl that clustered round her head Ser
geant at arms Llbrarnan of Glee Club Book Club
Socnal Service Club
Helen Sweetser Entered 1941 Stull you keep o
the windy side of the law Anna Head Horse
Show Glee Club Socual Servuce Club
Alnce Ann Wrnght Entered 1936 like a knight ln
gllttermg armor laughter stood up at hrs side
Presndent of Athletlc Assoclatnon Presldent of
Freshman Class Vuce Presndent of Athletlc Assoclo
tlon un Junnor year Soclal Servlce Club
Judean Young Born wcth the glft of laughter
Entered 1940 Glee Club Book Club Soclal Servlce
Club Dramatic Club
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This lipstick is a new kin
Are you kidding?
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