Army and Navy Academy - Adjutant Yearbook (Carlsbad, CA)

 - Class of 1938

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The Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Eight ADJUTANT THEANNUALUFTHE BATTALIDN CIF CADET5 San Diego Army and Navy Academy Carlsbad-By-The-Sea California 1 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT I CD .C -o- I P- .O I 'U O .D 2 B- e, of CO hom wqy from A as E O I 5 O P- THE N INHEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT C III N T E N T 5 INTRODUCTION Book I ADMINISTRATION Book I I CLASSES Book III ORGANIZATIONS Book IV ACTIVITIES Book V ATHLETICS Book VI TAPS .' , -bi? ,wgdg Vin ny? 2 .3 Qlf,I I ll 5 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT T H1 HE ADLILITANT STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Cadet Ist. Lieutenant Carl J. Mengedohf ASSOCIATE EDITOR Cadet Ist. Lieutenant Bill C. Marks MILITARY EDITOR Cadet Major Thomas B. de Forest BUSINESS MANAGER Cadet Captain Charles S. Simpson ASSISTANT MANAGER Cadet Sergeant Frederick A. King HEAD COLUMNIST Cadet Lieutenant Sidney M. Smith FEATURE EDITOR Cadet Sergeant Burton F. Spranllle DISTRIBUTION MANAGER Cadet Sergeant Walter Frantz EXCHANGE EDITOR Cadet Captain Charles E. Chambers FACULTY ADVISER Captain Kenneth A. Keveren, U. S. Army Res, SPORTS EDITOR Cadet Lieut. Adj. Kenneth R. Hobbs 1 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT I l DEDIEATIUN Because he has given so generously of his time to the preparation of our i938 ADJUTANTQ because he has been an ever- ready adviser to the Editorial Staff through- out the year, we dedicate this volume to our friend, Captain Kenneth A, Keveren, U. S. Army Res. gg A 9. 2 c'f2 5i!5i"'2flf if fll iw1f'.'.'.'.' I1 'frsm ' ui vw! 5 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT FEIREWCIRD The aim of the 1938 Adjutant is not to detail the hap- penings of an eventful year, but rather to catch the glimpses of all those happenings, so that in the future these words and pictures may awaken fond and intimate memories, thus cap- tivating again, as in the days gone by the true and indomitable spirit of the San Diego Army and Navy Academy--a spirit that will make you live again many of your golden hours. This, then, will make long ago not so far away. My Message to You: I want to extend to the Cadets of the San Diego Army and Navy Academy my hearty congratulations for a record of achievement which is so fitly summarized and exemplified by this beautiful Year Book. As an admirer of the ideals so consistently upheld by the Academy, I send you my cordial best wishes. l WALTER R. HEPNER, President San Diego State College i "5?S' V lf-TTL! 'f5fIlgf'hxrl:llgE,5:r ' so ' ln Q,...'.....4 ,,k -iff ll 'VJTVQK 'TW To the Faculty and Corps of Cadets: l earnestly hope and confidently prophesy for the San Diego Army and Navy Academy, a continuance and increase of its well deserved success. J. H. PENDLETON Major General Retired United States Marine Corps 6 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT PRESIDENT THCINIAS A. DAVIS 7 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT THE CEILEINEUS MESSAGE To the Graduating Class: Two conflicting sets of emotions arise within my heart as each Commencement season comes around. One is the gratification I feel over the achievements you have made in your high school years, the growth and develop- ment I see in those fine bodies of yours since the first time l saw you in your school life when, in some cases, you were only eight or nine years old and taking up the lowest grade work the school offered while now you are tall, erect, splendidly developed, real men, the changes I have noticed in your pro- cesses of thinking and reasoning, and, best of all, your growth in appreciation of the finer things of the spiritual and char- acter sides of your life. On the other side, is the feeling of sorrow on your leaving for institutions of higher learning, the breaking of home ties, the loss of opportunity to serve you and to help you in the same intimate and friendly way, the anxiety that I feel just as your own parents are anxious for your health, happiness and general success in your future endeavors, when we want so much and are so ambitious for you. So, good-byel dear fellows, I shall always prize your friendship and look back with tender memories upon the happy' days gone by. Your true friend, THOMAS A. DAVIS. '4 Q U 'p J, . - x v P, . n 1 . . X 1 L I . . . N I E A , N -Q,-, . Q.: M ' 4- , ' 'Z . Fw " 2' l-'J : fglrg affg 3" 1 . ,- gfyfr 1, , n' WJ.-iz A '- ' 57 115. N.,,, 3,,gQ f 'tim 53:5 W . ,.1.- Q -.fav 2':, "if5f41f 1 ' Tia ,S v w: 1 MSIE! 5, L ' iC1.35f'vI'- k. . X img 2,1 , '- - -1 '- . 2? iff' ' mfisfff-r. 4 'W ,"::lkg-556-je.: lf, ' ffgciill-ft.. ,-is V g 'sqm Qf' , I' ' 2,5135 ff ll' X " , 1 '- :5q5sf...6 A' X-, I .Wuxi- .,f I - , ' N , ,glen xT?v1:I A ,A N 5. nik: ff A T371-'V?. ' 1' ' r , A2 - Q kim, .b ,gfysgg .VJ .w A P' y. 'g,,,'- f , V1 'L 'U 'fl-1 '-rF"i,' - t , ' '.U,1 51 , . , V 1 . . . xi, Liga Vgn X If-N! 527' F' ' f, gf, , N wwf H '3i11gsn,' 't4C1-iam " 5211-,A.j,.'Ar,' N .gd 31 53.1. A:-, rl 'X :guy V Q 9 g, wa, 1 . I ,. , x . if te,-3-W, in '4 V k 2- ' " .4 4 ' 91 Q , . 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' ' 'Z 03' . ,.,3vf4?VY .N . ---.1-'g,g'3a,ff,'. 'F ii:fs5MZA:".', 9 1 yt- Lf' Q Q'g,'f:Q 1: J 'tF1'v'. ae Wag 3.1. 2 mia... m " Y 1-'ali T."--K 5- , 1 's' - , 5 ,, .H- r . Q 51 N W 1 , , ."' u a W fa . . - ,di THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT VW, .V,, -M it c. ,,,. to W, E l i i t l TO THE CLASS OF l938: One of the hardest tasks l am called upon to perform each school year is in writing a few words of farewell to our boys who are leaving the school home. Each of us want to vary our annual message to a degree at least, but it all comes back to a repetition after all. We hate to see you go, and yet, we are very proud that you have accomplished the task set before you. We realize that perhaps, by reason of our own weakness, we have failed to do certain things for you which we possibly could have done. We know, however, that our spirit was good, and it is certainly our hope and desire that you as individuals, and you as a Class, have de- rived some benefit from your stay here. Our best wishes go forward with you into whatever line of endeavor you enter, and our hope is that we will be kept on your active mailing list. Sincerely your friend, JOHN L. DAVIS, JR. Vice President and Commandant J THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT MAJCIR PE"'ER5lIlN'E MESSAGE i 1 The close of the school year brings to us I the realization that the happy associations in , our work at the Academy must be broken. i For most of us, it will be for a short time only i and the next school year will find us working l together again. Our seniors, however, will go on to new work in college and university, and . will have new associations and new friends. We congratulate them for their accomplish- ments with us and wish for them continued success in whatever they may do. S. W. PETERSON Superintendent l Back Rowe-Mr. Shattuck, Mrs. Shattuck, Mrs. J, L. Davis Jr., Mrs. Black, Mrs. Atkinson, Mrs. Curtis. Second RowfCaptain Allen, Captain Keveren, Captain Petersen. First Row-Major Peterson, Major Atkinson, Colonel Davis, Maj0I' Davis, Captain Massey. Ili THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY f 3 1 i . 5 . s z 4 1 E w i 3 5 I MAJOR W. C. ATKINSON Supervisor of Music MRS. W. C. ATKINSON Dramatics and Public Speaking E . 5 s 3 CAPT. G. L. ALLEN A. M., B. D., LL. B. Department of Languages CAPT. E. T, MASSEY, B. S. Principal Junior School Assistant Commandant 11 EIGHT ADJUTANT i CAPT. W. H. PETERSEN A. B. Physical Education, Science CAPT. K. A. KEVEREN B. A., M. A. Department of the Social Sciences I v THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Q 7 , 1 3 1 I 1 i sfly MRS. M. CURTIS A. B., M. A. Instructor Junior School Social Secretary MRS. J. L. DAVIS, JR. Instructor in Shorthand, Typing MRS. RUTH BLACK Housemother DR. G. W. GETZE, M. D. Academy Physician MRS. D. SHATTUCK Secretary I I MR. D. SHATTUCK Business Manager LTI-IE CLASSES 1 4 4 , 1 6 -!.i,,sQ' I zz 4,7 t 'I . V, 1 -ini, rf Q V, A A ' fy' " f. V . 4 P. ,rx .1 , 4 - ..,, . .. E, Y .J 1 U., ,, -.pq F 5. +P ..,. ' M., .5 R . ' 3 . E ,lr L w :Ax- . S+ 1 - x ' -wg.. V -as-qux . , Q' 'gif-1 ,J1Me,w, , 1' - :iff -172'U92iff'f'fvY9f'f?f1W'ffffA' ' Q . iff ,R . , -M rn'utahw,f-w:'Mb,,,w ' ff, "1j,"yz'31f,f'f-w"f.' . Q f,:',-,. .- ,. ',1 L" xv' ' A' '9"i2-v-M"n5u'nW1-n '.,.-H'1.f,'5-' m ,1Qs,:e,,,e,.f . ' sw-'K if 'V - . a 11 ifwmf- If 'IF -A g u ,-1. png,-1 ry-, W ,, ,bp f 5. , ,L . i 1, , We y V , r ,Q -. W' ' L r T , ' , Q., 5 1 I x4.,,.n A lk. .A ,. . in 1 , ,, .LV L . i . . .gk ., View 'M " 1 ' xi-V, , HM' V t X? .3 . W A . if gf: 'J' fm , .1 V vi : - A , if ...4 ' ' V11 ' f -, :. ,' ,gf ,, Y. , , 4 . , ,A A . 5 . . ' X ' -up Q MM- 1 'A gi,Qy'Q",wax' r 5 . 'W K' 5. , .3 "!"14'i"1 -. ,... , , ' we am. v 1, va -,L ' gx ' ' 'Q ,A 5' Tw' ?'?7"1e7H -.A ' K 1 N V, We . .' .Val .141 L" ,. ' gf,.,,,.5,.,-.L'.,m'..g.d.,g.,,.3,,.1 . - . , 'vwmuw-qgui-in J ,, - :L 'W 5- Mx-gr" 91" V ,, , ' . Y : .113 iw- - A f ' ' 'W 33 . ' 3215 .. i, , A 5- S. - w f ,Q I ' A N , ,. , , . ,gf 4, b , 1 zz A ' 4 " A, I, ' '- ing ' ' ' -Mnaxzww x .l ,A H , . num: m THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Senior gate, the Wiwhing well beyond. a pillar'd Shade High ovrfrfsrched. and echoing Walks between? 'Milton Freshman Hall shaded o'er with Eucalyptus I 3 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Standing: Mengedoht, Frantz, Smith S., Hobbs, Hallberg, King, Birch Seated: de Forest, Capt. Massey, Marks. THE SENIOR CLASS M , "' 1 if' The Academy Ring, a Tradition of the Senior Class 1 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT ,I ' S : -Lo IW 4 MJ IIA JT!! LJ jf ,ff 4,19 ,, if Liv Lfvlyiffwd' jif! IJ . M, My THOMAS B. de FOREST Cadet Major New York City, New York July 11, 1920 Entered 1928. Junior School Sergeant 1931. 2nd, Lt. 1932. Junior High School Sgt. 1934. High School Corporal 1935. Capt. 1936, Major 1937-38. Varsity Football, Baseball, Swimming, Tennis. Capt. Varsity Basketball, 3 year letter man, Capt. Varsity Swimming, High point man inter-company swimming meet, 2nd. high point man Metro- politan League swimming meet 1935-36. Rifle team 1937-38. Ribbons: Scholarship, Military, Dramatics, Commandant's. Medals: Winner individual drill 1934, Sharpshooter 500 bar, Pres. Junior Class, Pres. Senior class, Vice-Pres. Dramatic Club, Cast of champion- ship one-act play, "l Am a Jew", "Allison's Lad", "Queen's Husband", "Saturday Eve- ning Ghost", Letter A Club, Literary Society, Quill and Scroll, Military Editor Adjutant, Treasurer. Rifle Club, Preparing for U, S, Naval Academy. ' '4l"J Vg def ' My .J-o-4-41 ' J -Q? BILL C. MARKS Cadet lst. Lieut. Seattle, Wash. March 14, 1921 Entered 1935, High School Sgt. 1936-37, lst. Lt. 1937-38, 2 year letter man, Baseball, Basketball, Capt. Basketball 1938, Member Literary Society, Quill and Scroll, Adjutant Staff, Military Masquers, Rifle Club, Boat Club, Letter A Club, Cast "Queen's Husband," "Allison's Lad", Championship one act play, "Gun Shy", Best actor San Diego County 1938, Vice-Pres. Junior class 1937, Vice-Pres. Senior Class 1938, Treasurer Dramatic Club 1938, Associate Editor Adjutant 1937-38, Ribbons: Scholarship, Purple and Gold, Quill and Scroll, Military, Dramatics, Command- ant's Athletic, Sharpshooter's Medal, Prepar- ing for U. S. M. A. 15 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT CARL JOHN MENGEDOHT Cadet lst. Lt. Seattle, Wash. Oct. 13, 1919 Entered 1935, Corp. High School 1936-37, lst. Lt. 1937-38, Basketball, Baseball 1937- 38, Member Quill and Scroll, Literary Society, Dramatic Club, Letter A Club. Boat Club, Rifle Club, Band, Orchestra, Cast "Prince Chap", "Gun Shy" 1938, Editor-in-Chief Ad- jutant 1937-38, Editor Annual 1938, Vice- Pres. Military Masquers 1937-38, Pres. Quill and Scroll, Pres. Literary Society, Junior Class Reporter 1936-37, Treasurer Senior Class, Ribbons: Band, Quill and Scroll, Literary So- ciety, Athletic, Dramatics, Preparing for Uni- KENNETH R. HOBBS Cadet Lt. Adj. Upland, Calif. Nov. 5, 1920 Entered 1935. Sgt. High School 1936-37, Lt. Adi. 1937-38, Adi. Battalion Staff, Mem- ber Quill and Scroll, Military Masquers, Letter AlClub, Boat Club, Adjutant Staff, Literary Society, Rifle Club, Varsity Basketball, Base- ball, Sharpshooter 500 bar. Ribbons: Military Athletic, Quill and Scroll, Adiutant Staff, Secretary Senior Class: Preparing for Forestry, University of California. lf versity of Washington. - l THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT . U U l 1 Apu f . AJMJC. b - , Vwfpffvv i7 Z AM!-L fan, ' Q JAMES A. BIRCH , W Cadet lst. Sergeant ' A xl-A Barstow, Calif. Nov. lst., 1921 Entered 1935. lst. Sgt. 1938, .Member Rifle Club 1936-38, Rifle Team 1937-38, Boat Club 1936-38, Medals: Most improved musician, Sharpshooter, Ribbons: Athletic, Band, Baseball 1938. Preparing for musical career. - 1 . WALTER AUGUST FRANTZ Cadet Sergeant Cleveland, Ohio May 30, 1918 Entered 1935. Quartermaster Sergeant, Battalion Staff, Member Student Council, Ad- jutant Staff, Rifle Club Pres., Military Mas- quers, Manager Stage Crew, Ribbons: Drama- tic Club, Adjutant Staff. Medals: Academy Rifle, Expert Rifleman. 17 ..- . .ilxt if-Q THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT I V -f J' - uf I I., 'fnlfll Q, ,-'V V' fl 'S E : lt Vi' L' J, t I- 4- ' I 7 A A . f 1 l 'l f ,f . 1' 1 J' ll A-" jf' LP L It " I A l ' A l J I l f rr ,j I L I I gl 1 , UI 1 ,i FRED A. KING Cadet Sergeant Dallas, Texas April 14,1918 Entered 1935. Sergeant 1938. Member Literary Society, Quill and Scroll, Military Mosquers, Rifle Club, Adjutant Staff, 2nd Place winner Individual drill, Qualified Amer- ican Rifleman, lst Class, Ribbons: Quill and Scroll, Adjutant Staff, Military, Asst. Elec- trician Military Mosquers, Vice-Pres. Rifle Club. Preparing for Southern Methodist University. SIDNEY M. SMITH Cadet 2nd. Lt. San Diego, Calif. April II, 1920 Entered 1934. Corporal 1936-37, Znd. Lieutenant 1937-38, Member Color Guard '37, Boat Club, Letter A Club, Adjutant Staff, Rifle Club, Rifle Team, Rifle Sharp- shooter 3rd. Class, Baseball, Ribbons: Mili- tary, Athletic, Adjutant Staff. Sports Editor, Campus Editor, Assistant Commodore, Aca- demy launch. ' ., , .DA A-Y ,.1, it -lr ' .i44-1'-s-, 'M hx- v 4 ' 1 W?'f""'f4""'Z"'uV7-3.4" THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT CHARLES J. A. HALLBERG, JR. Cadet Private Carlsbad, Calif. Sept. 24, 1921 I Entered 1936. Member Student Council, Quill and Scroll, Dramatic Club, Literary So- ciety, Rifle Club, Boat Club, Color Guard 1936-38. Ribbons: Quill and Scroll, Scholas- tic, Purple and Gold, Cast of "Gun Shy" 1938. GRADUATE STLIDENTS CHARLES E. CHAMBERS THOMAS D. CLARK ESTAS L. WILLIAMS Cadet Captain Cadet Private Cadet Private Washington, D. C. Boston, Mass. Plattesmouth, Neb. March 4, 1919 Nov. 28, 1918 Dec. 17,1919 Preparing for M. I. T. Preparing for Pomona Preparing for University of Nebraska SENIDR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT "JIM" BIRCH: leaves his musical ability to Gareth Black. "TOM" de FOREST: leaves Barbara Busher to Johnny Jund. "WALT" FRANTZ: leaves his Buick to Brown. "DUNE" HALLBERG: leaves his high I. Q. to Gage. "KENNY" HOBBS: leaves his wig to Taulbee. "TEX" KING.: leaves his Southern drawl to Gomez. "WILLY" MARKS: leaves his sunny disposition to Kelsey. "JACK" MENGEDOHT: leaves his journalistic ability to Sprankle. "SlD" SMITH: leaves his position as headwaiter to Stumbo. 19 mffiym i 0' 45 ' , 9' ' X p-rE"Ts1iN?irN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Stumbo, Miller, Gage, Kelsey, Longworth, Van Fleet, Sprankle, Simpson, Mrs. Atkinson THE .JLINIIJR CLASS The Junior class under the guidance of its president, Captain Simpson, has completed a glorious year in the Academy. Although a small class, it has been outstanding in all Academy activities. Two of its members, Captain Simpson and Sgt. Sprankle, were in the cast of "Allison's Lad", the Academy play that won honors in the County and State tournaments. Captain Simpson, president of the class, and a company commander, has been an inspiration to his classmates throughout the year. The class was well represented on the Adjutant staff, The Quill and Scroll, the Rifle Team and the Literary Society. Cadets Miller and Stumbo have been prominent members of the cadet band and orchestra, and have done much toward the success of these popular organizations. Mrs. Atkinson, class adviser, is held in high esteem by the members of the class. Every Junior will remember Mrs. Atkinson for her kindly smile, enduring patience and ability in dramatic production. Cadets Sprankle, Gage and Miller, as class officers, are to be commended for their loyal service during the past year. 'WWI I Eff .css X gil Uma s1f'.'.'.'.' if 5Fl'Wl fl 3 I ,'L .4 1L,..4' THE Nl 7 T W DRED AND THlRTv EIGHT ADJUTANT M ull ,yy V -'W' wif.: -1,,,w fini. Back Row: Hurst, Getze, Smith D., Ponty, Duehren J., Anderson, English, Good- man, Brown, Capt. Petersen. Front Row: Jund, Aldrete, Dailey, Wood R., Shapiro, McFadden, Duehren W., Sumner, Agular. THE SUPHIIIMCIRE CLASS The Sophomore class this year has the distinction of being the largest in the Academy. The spirit and loyalty of the Sophomores has at all times been steadfast and commendable. Captain Petersen, class adviser, has served the class with unusual tact and ability, and it is hoped that he may serve us next year. President Aldrete has been an outstanding class officer, and has had valuable assistance from Vice-President Wood R., and Secretary Ponty. f 216 f Wi ' . r ' lf LU rl MW ' b Wifi ' ' l t:'::!?b-4 x4""12f Srlqk - r,7Z?.!l?W 5 , fri LLlfl'lfl"U"'L ' . Ay, 1 " f f ii ixmyx 'tklll , 't ' - .1-1 -Aw ,M ! . lp, E g f!i,ifi""lV ' , l ', fl A ! lt lvl 7 'if' 21 1 . f. 1 L ,lzj Mfr, .', ' ' Atl- 'j " '1 4 1 ll J i ,, rr, f f-'fi ' si r ' t ' J 1 X 'W lx - ,. THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THlRTYlElGHT ADJUTANT Gomez, Mengedoht G., Severson, Schneider, Schillinburg, Fuentevilla, Maxson, Davis J., Capt. Keveren V .4 f 1 c' J ,JM ,. C 4 X, THE FRESHMAN CLASS The Freshman class, although not the largest in the Academy, has had an abundance of real school spirit. Many parties and social functions have been enjoyed by the first year men. On the evenings of No- vember fifteenth and May ninth, the class was delightfully entertained at supper parties by Captain and Mrs. Keveren at their St. Malo Beach home. The birthdays of Cadet Maxson and Cadet Fuentevilla were celebrated in traditional Freshman style. Many beautiful presents were given to the lucky cadets. The class has, in the main, made an excellent scholastic record and the members are determined to keep their record throughout their Sophomore year. Captain Keveren, as faculty adviser, has been alert to the needs of the class, and with his help the first mile has been a happy trek. Cadet Davis J. has been an efficient Class President, while Cadets Schillinburg and Schneider have served with distinction in the offices of Vice-President and Class Reporter. 22 ' vw'-1 Jon J mjiz THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Capt. Massey, Paup, Black, Pelton, Kornberg, Wood A., Horwitz, Taulbee, Davis C., Tyler, Myers, Mrs. Atkinson IJLINICIR EEII-IIIIUL The Junior school under the direction of Captain Massey has com- pleted a very successful year. The course of study has been patterned after that used in the Los Angeles school system, especial attention being given to arithmetic and grammar. Capt. Massey, Mrs. Atkinson, and Mrs. Curtis are happy over the results obtained in their Junior school classes. f ' f - - f f,-fd. f' ' l fx , 'fl4,4j!'K. '11 f T, 1ff4j"1l,g !1i-1 f .1 , . f ff 2-,. f L-,-:' , ,f J ' w 1 Efffii AWWA. 23 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Front Vivw .X4llHilliSlI'll1iOI1 lluilflings, Offices in background Zin illflemuriam MERRILL S. WHALEN 24 . 7 ,M nv: A 5 4' pe . .4 , 4 if f , '. 'i - Ei , " , . wg, , K ' " "J"'1gg1 "Vik W , f' . ' a , QA m . 1 . y ' .gv ' ff," M, .!.. ,j5,i':13fs' if 3'5"-7431. w'f'f:fi::e ,'1 f ' .z 1' V H' nw' iw 1 'Em ,. " 5-fffiwu-2 , :fn il-'B'?A"Y7fif' ' Q H akfgig-l,:17f:: 4- -, , 1. 'vw , m, . V A v -Hp, cf, .' 455,43 L nm W ' . . I, Ai, . . V . A, x ,ul N 4. ..,:'iff?yM3: , A Q, l 4 ., 1. -W A ,,...f'M.' A - ,:,3H,i3gf 1 Y ffwJC'i'f1m."5w?f w , .A ""e'eZi.j, N., ,-I a -f--.A ,.,4 ,,., u - 1.11, - 1 M " wg . 1 A, ,aw , 1 'wi' 2 f -'Juv ' M' . ' ,mmf-ru ii ' 53.732 . 5' '.' A .fm Q H S.. .,yg.X , . A K f 6 f- my 2 I mv K . y I. :fi ,, . .. 2 1:15-. . .vzixpgh 'Q 5 I' + M '-B w, 1 4- . ' 1, .r , -f.,-L qv., , w 3'-X "5 ' : If 1 W f ,. I1 !v k'. 'mv Q ffegff 5-F, , v , ks. f ' ag LQ4 iii .... , ,f Wg, ,,., 5 " 511 511- -.4 J' l'5:?' ..., .gf :',k3, .af 2.0. .-., iw ww, H' 'g 4 'L , ,, .ri ' ,- .4 W x . u 5 4 wi Q 131-'zu-sf. ,- VA.: an ' A , , 4 xf -" p ., , .N J, Y , V . ,Ei gi 7 ,, ..,,!., i .f 'Q u 1 , ,, , 1 4 1 - ,H mum - L L . 3 .rf ,,.' I , 4 2 if THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT COLOR GUARD Cadet Hallberg, Sgt. Gage, Cadet Smith D. 29 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT YVFIUYXI f'l'XI'Il XVI?I'I4"I"I'VI4'0l4'I4'I1'I"l'QHY ITI"I'Y VI' 'I'III" XVXIHI XIX Major John L. Davis, Jr., C. N. G. Captain Keveren, U. S. Army-Res., lst. Lt. Massey, U, S. Army-Res. STUDENT COUNCIL Cadet Lt. Marks. Major Davis, Cadet Hallberg, Cadet Sgt. Frantz 26 -4 I rn Z Z 3 fn Z I c Z U Z fn U 3' Z U -1 :E 3 T Q I -I P 0 L- c -I J' Z -4 RDUND KE BAC , , I EATTALIDN AND BAND, ACADEMY IN 27 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Captain: Charles S. Simpson, Commanding First Lieut.: Bill C. Marks Second Lieut.: Sidney M. Smith Sergeants: Gage and Sprankle Corporalsx Aldrete, Dailey, Hurst, Ponty PRIVATES Agular, Bohannon, Brown, Davis J., English, Fuentevilla, Getze, Goodman, Jund. Kelsey, Kornberg, Longworth, Maxson, Myers, Pelton, Schneider, Shillingburg, Sumner, Tyler, Van Fleet, Wood A., Wood R. SENIIIIR CIIIMPANY Through the undivided cooperation of the members of the senior com- pany, the unit has enjoyed an unparalled success throughout the year. lt has shown a spirit of fair play and sportsmanship that is seldom found in a group of men segregated into as many different grades as one the men of this company. The company has participated in several maneuvers, cross- country marches and over-night guards. As many of us leave school, we leave behind us, our sincere wishes for the continued happiness of the CorpS. We know that the friendly rivalry which was prevalent during the year among the units will serve to inspire only fond and pleasant memories. --.4 x,: f :h,.lyr1?1i1K. ' xf K ,Va Rx , if "'w,fq,'i fm .gr Wifi?-We ti Slf423Z-2-Y- ll i f if fm 28 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Standing: Capt. Massey, Major de Forest, Capt. Simpson, lst Lt. Marks, 2nd Lt. Smith S., Lt. Adj. Hobbs, Capt. Chambers, lst Lt. Mengedoht Seated: Major John L. Davis Jr., Col. T. A. Davis, Major W. C. Atkinson CUMMIEEICINED EIFFICERS The ambition of every serious minded cadet is to win the coveted gold chevrons of the commissioned officer. The gold braid of the cadet officer is not merely a symbol of rank or position within the battalion, rather, it signifies that a sacrifice has been made by the individual cadet. Before he dons an officer's uniform he must manifest qualities of leadership, cour- age, honesty and loyalty to his fellow officers and men. The cadet officer of today leads America's armies of tomorrow. The commissioned officers of the cadet battalion will carry on for God and Country. ? 'T-iii? :z,76:g n0 ,.N:e M-.-1,1 llf. . . . . P1-. S' ixuan tariff 29 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Sgt. Sprankle, Sgt. Gage, Corp. Hurst, Corp. Ponty, Corp. Aldrete, Corp. Dailey, Sgt. King, Sgt. Frantz, Corp. Miller, lst Sgt. Birch, Corp. Stumbo NDN-EIEIMMIESIUNED IIIFFICERS General John J. Pershing believed that the non-commissioned officers were the backbone of the army. This is true of the non-commissioned officers of the cadet battalion. The non-commissioned officers act as intermediaries between the offi- cers and the privates by whom orders and commands are executed. Each non-commissioned officer is a potential commissioned officer, he is the timber from which the commissioned officer is hewn. lf the responsbilities of these positions are taken seriously, the suc- cess of the commissioned personnel is assured. .-1,35 x 2-viirgijlfg, L V 'Wf' dw g-l gsm 'W-Y in 91 ' -fili-P il' 30 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT CI R' C H E Ei T R A PERSCJNNEI. AND INSTRUMENTATICJN SAXOPHONES BRASSES First-W. C. Atkinson First Trumpet-Cadet Williams Qecond-Corporal Stumbo Second Trumpet-Sgt. Birch Third-Cadet McFadden Trombone-Corporal Miller RHYTHMS Drums-lst Lt. Mengedoht, C. Bass-Capt. Chambers ' PIANO-Mrs. Black Looking back through the year we recall first the dance engagements in this vicinity. Then come the San Diego County one act play tournament for which we furnished the music. We then journeyed to Pasadena to play for the Pasadena Playhouse one act play finals. l'm sure that none of us will forget the engagements we played at the various schools during our stay in Pasadena. All in all, that trip was a lot of fun. Coming back to the Academy, we recall several more dance engagements, even the trip to Perris. That too, has become a yearly engagement with us. Now the year is almost over, but it has been a lot of fun working with you. l'm sure you are a "swell" bunch of fellows and "girls" Mrs. Black, W. C. ATKINSON 31 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT BAND MAJOR W. C. ATKINSON, Director CADET OFFICERS Captain Charles Chambers First Lieut. Mengedoht C. First Sergeant James Birch Corporal Roger Miller Corporal Woodford Stumbo PERSONNEL AND INSTRUMENTATION Comets Solo Cornets-Cadet Williams, Sgt. Birch First Cornet-Cadet Duehren J. Second Cornet-Cadet Black Third Cornet-Cadet Davis C. Clarinets First Clarinet-Corporal Stumbo, Cadet McFadden Second Clarinet-Cadet Currier, Cadet Horwitz Third Clarinet-Cadet Severson Saxophone Alto Saxophone-Cadet Mengedoht G. Horns First Horn-Cadet Shapiro Second Horn-Cadet Taulbee Third Horn--Cadet Gomez Trombones First Trombone-Corporal Miller Second Trombone-Cadet Anderson 3 i kg. THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT BOVIIQVIG Sousaphone 'ISI' LIEUT. Mengedoht Cgpfqin Chambers B055 Drum Snare Drum Cadet Clark Cadet Duehren W. A 0 x '...-gf 1517523-1-13.'ff5 Gy., 'uv 'IW2' , IAWM. I ARMISTIEZE DAY PARADE To: The Band From: Major Atkinson It is true that I have directed larger and better bandsg but I can sincerely state that I have never had a band in which each individual has responded so readily. It has been through this individual responsibility and team work that this year's band has been a success. I appreciate every effort you have made, and sincerely thank you for your cooperation. My best wishes to each of you. W. C. ATKINSON as THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT RIFLE CLUB The San Diego Army and Navy Academy Junior Rifle Club is a charter member of the National Rifle Association with headquarters in Washington, D. C. Practice and record fire was held on the beach range under the super- vision of Captain Massey, instructor in charge. Qualification medals are awarded, and in this way the individual cadet can improve his own record, and advance as rapidly as possible. Cadets Frantz, Goodman, and Davis J. have each made a perfect record, a score of fifty out of a possible fifty points. On the fifty-yard range, Sergeant King holds the record with a hundred points scored out of a possible hundred point score. The Rifle Club, the largest organization on the campus has stimulated an interest in small arms firing, and has many distinguished marksmen, sharpshooters and rifle enthusiasts as members. 54 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Back Row: Capt. Massey, Birch, Simpson. Goodman, de Forest, Smith S Front Row: Frantz, Wood R., Davis J., King, Anderson RIFLE TEAM The Academy rifle team has attained a high standard of proficiency under the able direction of Captain Massey. Cap- tain Massey, himself a holder of the U. S. Army expert medal in small arms firing, has developed a formidable team of cadet riflemen. We believe that the fine training received by the cadet riflemen will prove invaluable to them during the years to come. WW! f ,-:ff IT? E SMI-1-1-72 f'7r5,,V ' ll A SFIWY 55 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Capt. Mtissey, Coaclxg Sgt. Frantz. Cadet Gnnflman, Cadet Davis J. DISTINGUISHED RATING Cadet Goodman qualified in the junior division of the National Rifle Association as a distinguished rifleman, the highest grade of shooting pro- ficiency. As a member of the Academy Junior Rifle Club he won his qualification medals under supervision of Captain Massey. Of a total of 7940 junior shooters of the United States who have qualified so far this year in all grades of shooting proficiency from the beginning grade of dis- tinguished rifleman, only thirteen have succeeded in attaining the distin- guished rating. Cadet Sergeant Frantz qualified as Expert Rifleman, a grade held by only eighty-six shooters in the junior division. Cadet Davis qualified as Expert Rifleman and also as American Rifle- man third class, on the fifty-yard range. Although but fourteen years of age, Cadet Davis has received his certificate from National Headquarters as an Assistant Instructor. lf ,Z ww-,af f e,.,.. MQ, 3.31 'A vt H , - ' Qc' 1 PJ' K 'ily Q QQ' Q ,R , .AN 1 . .5 Aff v ' I " ',- ' V: , a V ' ' Q! grim . ,MK-gv',,:,. .1, -sg. , r -. fu". ' 1 , 9 I V ,,, - Q 1 w 4 'F ' vp 'mf .J 1 r , ' 1 w v in 'l rf- wx. .44 V, :gig , hgh X 'TLV 1 ff- ., ,I my IL. Af' :q"'b , .wi ,4,. -3-:f' ."?. -2. -... , xxx, mv, .-,V wh t.. L1 , A . 'Y J. 'x', 1 -, .' 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The battalion commander and adjutant, with the assist- ance of Captain Massey solved many technical problems ap- pertoining to the military functions of the Corps. ll svn 2-E-'f-iQ? ? llff' -125655 . 5 AFTM. 37 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Back Row: Hurst, English, Hallberg, Mrs. Atkinson, Getze, Smith D., Sumner Second Row: Ponty, Miller, Frantz, King, Dailey, Aldrete, Gage Front Row: Hobbs, Mengedoht C., Chambers, Simpson, de Forest, Marks, Sprankle MILITARY MASEILIERS A cadet organization interested in the arts of the theatre. "I serve", the motto of this organization, characterizes the thoughts and feelings of each member of this praiseworthy group of thespians. The past yearf has been a busy and very successful one for the Masquers, a year filled with happy events and fond memories. The club selected "The Saturday Evening Ghost," a three-act play, as its opening vehicle, which proved to be one of the best comedies yet presented by the cadets. The contest play, "Allison's Lad", followed by the comedy, "Gun Shy" brought to a close, one of the happiest years in the history of the Academy. The club officers include, Mrs. Atkinson, Director, Capt. Simpson, President, Lieut. Mengedoht, Vice-President, Lieut. Marks, Secretary, Sgt. Sprankle, Advertising Manager, Capt. Chambers, Business Manager, Sgt. Frantz, Stage Manager, Corp. Ponty, Property Manager. The members wish to express their gratitude to the following young ladies who have contributed so much toward the success of the dramatic P roductions: Misses Busher, Ramsey, Carriveau, Getze, Scott and Rockett. 58 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Lieut. Marks, Cadet Getze, Major deForest, Cadet Dailey, Sgt Sprankle, Capt. Simpson CAST ALLl5DN'Ei LAD The Military Masquers won recognition again this year by winning first place in the county and tying for first place in the finals at the Pasa- dena Community Playhouse. The tournament is sponsored by the Play- house and is open to all high schools in California. Cadet Lieut. Marks who played the title role in the play, "Allis0n's Lad" won laurels in San Diego County for being the outstanding actor in the tournament. He was ably supported by Cadets James Getze, Thomas de Forest, Burton Sprankle, Charles Simpson, and Harlan Dailey. The favorable press comments on the production were indeed gratifying to Mrs. Atkinson and her players. The success of the play was due to the great team work of the cast, to the many hours spent in rehearsal, and the great determination to succeed. lt was indeed an honor to share first place with Monrovia High School, may the futune casts have every success in their productions. ig' f -if " ' -t BF" ' YA . 59 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Standing: Capt. Simpson, Corp. Dailey, Mrs. Atkinson, Cadet Getze, Major de Forest Seated: Sergeant Sprankle, Lieutenant Marks CAST TU LI RNAM ENT PLAYERS The tournament players have this year, as in previous years, won not only the highest honors, but the acclaim of dramatic critics throughout Southern California. Mrs. Atkinson, dramatic coach, has given unselfishly of her time and efforts that her players might receive the finest dramatic training available to high school students. Her pupils have often shown the results of superior training by their outstanding performances in the San Diego County and state-wide tourna- ment plays. 40 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Hobbs, Mengedoht C., Simpson, Chambers, Sprankle, Marks, Hallberg, Williams King, de Forest, Frantz, Capt. Keveren LITERARY SIIICIETY The Literary Society is composed of those cadets who manifest an unusual interest in the reading of good literature. Many of the members are leaders in the Quill and Scroll, and officers of the Adjutant staff. During the year, several interesting and scholarly papers on early Colonial literature were prepared by the members of the society. Captain Keveren, adviser to the society, gave a series of short talks on American literature and its appreciation. Cadet Lieut. Mengedoht served as president of the Society, Lieut. Marks as Vice-President, Lieut. Hobbs as Treasurer, Major de Forest, Historian, Capt. Simpson as Recorder, and Captain Chambers, as Secretary. T-'--'EQ' 5 1'1" fm? .Sf I., .140 A.zu..'.'.,'y1., .... I 16 ' .I fn 41 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT ANNUAL CILIILL AND SCROLL BANQLIET, SAN DIEEU CCILINTY CHAPTERS THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT EILIILL AND SCROLL The Quill and Scroll society has enjoyed a highly successful Year. Leaders of the society have been responsible for the success of our Acad- emy newspaper and our excellent Year Book. The interest, cooperation and journalistic aptitude as shown by Captain Chambers and Lieutenants Mengedoht and Marks is indeed commendable. The highlight of the year for the literary group was the Quill and Scroll banquet tendered San Diego County chapters the evening of April 6. Embryonic journalists from Point Loma, Oceanside, Grossmont, Herbert Hoover, San Diego, Sweetwater and La Jolla high schools met with the Son Diego Army and Navy Academy Chapter to enjoy a banquet and series of inspiring talks on journalism. Captain Keveren, adviser to the society, selected as the guest speak- ers Colonel Davis and Superintendent McDonald of Sweetwater High School, who spoke on journalism as o profession. 41? 'KQV' si ' 45125242-Zilfrlis 45 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT ANNUAL STAFF The Annual now being a reality, it is only proper that a few words be said in behalf of the graduating seniors of the staff. The members of the staff have worked together as a unit, writing copy, blocking ads, writing news, sometimes rushed, but always under the line. Lieutenant Mengedoht, serving in the capacity of Editor-in-Chief, took readily to printers ink and showed definite editorial ability. Lieutenant Marks as associate editor covered his field remarkably well. Captain Simpson and Sergeants Sprankle and King worked together like veterans, while Lieutenants Hobbs and Smith S. proved their ability as columnists with consistent and clever scoops. Captain Keveren, our yearbook adviser, enjoyed the whole-hearted cooperation of the entire editorial staff, which accounts to a great extent, for the success of this volume. 44 8 ,r, K 5 K... , . 4,31 , qw '3-'Fm 1' f' Q A 225- ?fg7,"'X'i ' ' x ' f 5,35 ' ,. 473771 , - ' " 1 ggi. Afni 1 ' j g 'N iq-"Q n n Q 4 -l X 1,29':3,,:,:, " -fm 55551 ' , nf 352:25 'f 1 ' M. 9, -JL' :,,I' ' 4 ,mmm , ,,.-Jw! X., 1 lu Y. . -x . ,V 5, -52:5 Q A V 4 ? . A. 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' V THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT n 43 M D .I U N N ff CZ Lu Y- I- LU .J DCU EE 4-7 aa 2 In C cv IP 5 o V2 Q4 E U2 :S 43 S1 o C1-4 E. cd E 'U o o U xi o va 5-1 ev 'cz CI 41 en, Second Row: Mengedoht THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Gage, Hurst, de Forest, Hobbs, Anderson, Van Fleet, Coach Petersen Ponty, Mengedoht C., Goodman, Stumbo, Marks tCaptainj, Severson, McFadden, Fuentevilla BASKETBALL The anticipation, preparation and fulfillment of another successful basketball season has come to a conclusion. Coach Petersen has enjoyed the hearty cooperation of the entire squad which accounts for the remarkable showing made by the cadets. The many exciting games, trips and friendships will never be forgotten by the members of this year's basketball squad. lt is needless to mention that the loss of the squad through graduation this year, will be felt by the present junior class. There have been many outstanding players on this year's squad, and to list each man would be a task indeed, so to each and all we say, a fine team has completed a great basketball season. -16 if A 7x,Q,w" 'ill-5'i'l6'Ml J ella LJ lf' ' K. ll Q q 'i if , THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT l i Standing: Coach Petersen, Gage, Hurst, Hobbs, Hallberg, de Forest, Smith S., Anderson, Goodman. Kneeling: Mengedoht, English, Birch, Brown, McFadden, Kelsey, Ponty, Marks, Aldrete. Sitting: King, Mengedoht, G., Severson, Stumbo, Dailey, Davis J., Fuentevilla SOFTBALL Softball has become one of the most popular of American sports. lts popularity in our school is no less remarkable, since forty-five high school cadets signed for the softball team. This game combines the thrills and sport of baseball with the adapta- bility of indoor-baseball. Our team has shown great improvement in the few weeks it has been in training. With the effort and improvement shown, we should win most of our games. Our team is made up of a number of classmen, ranging from Freshmen to Seniors, and it is hoped that a great team will be the result for next year. X 'Wi -l7 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT ' Back Row: Coach Peterson, de Forest. Mengedoht C., Getze, Goodman Front Row: King, Gomez, Maxson TENNIS We wish to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Williams of the Cali- fornia Carlsbad Hotel for the use of the splendid hotel courts. Tennis has always been a popular sport with the cadets, and this year has been no exception. Tennis enthusiasts could be found on the courts nearly every afternoon and week end. Coach Petersen has done much to stimulate interest in the game and has developed several formidable tennis players within the Corps. Menge- doht C., de Forest and Goodman have been ardent tennis players this year and have played an excellent game of tennis. r.:-,er Af 41:5 M1:-1-:--Tir. sql, ,., 'u R 'iflwf 18 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Back Row: Marks, Miller, Sprankle Front Row: Major Davis, Schillinburg, Maxson, Currier, Coach Petersen Seated: Davis J. BARBELL5 The barbell class has been under the supervision of Major Davis, and very gratifying results have been obtained. The muscular development shown by those cadets participating in these exercises has been remarkable. An even larger class has been planned for next year, and it is rumored that certain faculty officers are to take advantage of this splendid class conducted by the commandmant. -li", 'll ' , 49 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT I I THE DAVIS CLIPPER READY TCI PUT TCI SEA IN THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT 1 THE ACADEMY BEACH, THE ELLIE PACIFIC JUST BEYCND THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT 5 'X THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT 53 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT ADDRESSES AGUILAR, ABERLARDO Cltlaltepetl No. 56 Mexico, D. F. ALDRETE, HUMBERTO Mexican Malt Plant Tecate, Bapa Calif. ANDERSEN, ROBT. HARRY 1702 Vista Way Oceanside, Calif. IIIRCH, JAMES A. Barstow, Calif. BLACK, GARETH HUNT S. D. A. N. A. Carlsbad, Calif. IIOHANNON, ROBT. W. 4835 Oak Park Ave., Van Nuys, Calif. BROWN, ROBT. E. 1419 El Rito Glendale, Calif. C HAMBERS, CHAS. E. Apartado 93 bis Mexico, D. F. CLARK, THOMAS D. 36 Congress Place Pasadena, Calif. CURRIER. WARREN III Len Rey Avenue El Centro, Calif. DA ILEY, HARLAN JR. 1620 N. Normandie Los Angeles, Calif. DAVIS, JOHN L. III S. D. A. N. A. Carlsbad, Calif. DA VIS, CHARLES H. S. D. A. N. A. Varlshad, Calif. de FOREST, THOMAS B. 645 Magnolia Ave. Pasadena, Calif. DUEHREN, JOSEPH REED 521 North Ditmar St. Oceanslde, Calif. DUEHREN, WILLIAM 521 North Ditmar St. Oceanside, Calif. ENGLISH, JACK REEMO 157 Vista Avenue Pasadena, Calif. FRANTZ, WALTER A. cfo Apex Electric Co. Cleveland, Ohio FUENTEVILLA, LUIS Ilellsario Dominguez 456 Mazatlan, Slnaloa, Mex. GAGE. GLEN 328 S. Roxbury Dr. Beverly Hills, Calif. GETZE, JAMES Carlsbad, Calif. GOMEZ, ARMANDO Apantado 2471 Mexico, D. F. GOODMAN, SIDNEY Virginia Hotel Casper, Wyoming HALLBERG, CHAS. J. A. Carlsbad, Calif. HOBBS, KENNETH 819 N. Walnut St. San Dimas, Calif. R. HORWITZ, DAVID 1118 N. Cedar St. Glendale, Calif. HURST, ROBERT H. 2400 Buchanan St. San Francisco, Calif. JUND, JOHN HICKS Rox 618 Nogales, Arizona KELSEY, RICHARD C. 1102 S. Pacific Oceanside. Calif. KING, FREDRICK A. 1122 N. Edgefleld Ave. Dallas, Texas KORNBERG, PAUL P. 2033 Cedar Avenue Long Beach, Calif. LONGWORTI-I, ROBT. L. Carlsbad Calif. MARKS, BILLIE C. 1216 W. 49th St. Los Angeles, Calif. MAXSON, BARNARD U. 1140 So. Bronson Los Angeles, Calif. MENGEDOHT, CARL JOHN 1007 Warren Avenue Seattle, Washington MENGEDOHT, GEORGE F. 1007 Warren Avenue Seattle, Washington MILLER, ROGER E. Home-t, Calif. MYERS, BRUCE M. 1711 Lucerne St. Stockton, Calif. McFADDEN, ROSS JR. 1361 Miller Drive Hollywood, Calif. 54 PAUP, MARVIN K. JR. Kingman, Arizona PELTON. ALFRED TH EO. 715 N. San Vicente Blvd.f Los Angeles, Calif. PONTY, GEORGE S. 4112 11th Ave. Los Angeles, Calif. SCHNEIDER, THEO. H. Sunnyside, Calif. SEVERSON. JACK N. 431 S. Nevada St. Oceanside, Calif. SHAPIRO, CHAS. J. JR. Chloride, Arizona SHILLINGBURG, C. G. Chin Lee, Arizona SIMPSON. CHAS. S. 3664 Mt. View Dr. San Diego, Calif. SMITH. DAVID F. P. O. Box 373 Fontana, Calif. SMITH, SIDNEY 4922 Saratoga St. Ocean Beach, Calif. SPRANKLE, BURTON F. 501 Kinsley Ave. VVinsIow, Arizona STUMBO, WOODFORD L. 115 E. 7th Street Escondido, Calif. SUMNER, Walter H. 654 Del Mar Chula Vista, Calif. TAULBEE, HOWARD S D. A. N. A. Carlsbad, Calif. TYLER. RICHARD J. cfo Lt. Comdr. G. J. Tyler U. S. S. Ramapo cjo Postmaster San California Diego VAN FLEET, JOHN H. 1102 No. Euclid Ave. Ontario, Calif. WILLIAMS, E. L. 120 S. Nevada St. Oceanside, Calif. WOOD. ARMAND 1470 Hornhlend Pacific Beach, Calif. WOOD, ROY W. 195 La Vereda Rd. Pasadena. Calif. Sept. Oc t. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oc t. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Febr. Febr. Febr. Mar. Ma r. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May May June June June June June June June THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT THE LCIE, 19137-138 l6-Opening day of the fall session. l-Cadet Officers appointed. 9-Cadets attended Southern California-Ohio football game in Los Angeles. I5-President's reception. 23-Military Masquers held initiotions at Hulburd's Grove. 27-Adjutant Staff Banquet held in Academy dining hall. 29-Senior Class Hallowe'en dance. l-Col. Davis addressed San Diego Ministerial Association. IO-Band Banquet at California Carlsbad Hotel. l l-Cadets parade in Armistice Day celebration at Vista. 17-Final dance of l937. l7-Christmas Vacation began. l-Cadets attended California-Alabama football game in Pasadena. I5--Mother Davis celebrated her 8lst birthday. 4-Col. Davis presided over luncheon honoring Pres. Buswell of Wheaton College. 9-Lieut. Marks presented with American Legion Scholarship Medal. 26-Col. Davis addressed Daughters of American Revolution. l l-Mr. McCann of Oceanside presents scholarship medals to Cadets Getze, Schneider and Pelton. I5-Military Masquers won lst place in County Play Tournament for the fifth time in seven years. I5-Lieut. Marks voted best male actor in County Tournament. Zl-Military Masquers won lst place in competition with winners from ten counties at Pasadena Play House. The 4th time winner in 5 years. 22-Orchestra played at Pasadena Play Tournament, and gave spe- cial concert at Monrovia High School. 26-Band played at celebration of opening of new highway near Oceanside. 26-Band played at luncheon attended by Governor of California. 30-Mr. Richard Garrick, traveler, author and Army Officer, ad- dressed cadets. 2-Senior Dance. 4-Reserve Officers' Dinner held at California-Carlsbad Hotel. 6-Members of Quill and Scroll Chapters of San Diego County ban- aueted in Academy dining hall. 8-Easter vacation began. 23-Band participated in San Diego County Musical Festival. 28-Mrs. Curtis arranged enjoyable tea dance for cadets. 5,-Orchestra played at Perris high school. 7-Col. Davis addressed Daughters of War of l8l2. 20-Orchestra played at Oceanside. 28-Band banquet at Oceanside. 30-Memorial Day Parade in Oceanside. 4+Military Masquers banquet held in San Diego. 5-Baccalaureate sermon by Dr. John Bunyan Smith at 3:00 P. M., Final Band Concert at 8:00 P. M. 6-Senior Prom, San Diego Club, San Diego. 7-Military exhibition directed by Capt. Massey, 7-Senior Play. 8-Graduation Exercises, Baccalaureate address by Comm. Albert Park Jr., U. S. N. Ret'd. 8-Awarding of diplomas by President Thomas A. Davis. S THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT In Compliment to Colonel and Major Davis: their splendid staflg and Cadet Corps of fine young men we gladly contribute this page CARLSBAD COMMUNITY Is fortunate to have them here U . . The Home Builders Store "The Complete Store For the Builder" Robt. W. Baird, Manager - - - oooooo QQQQQQQQQQQQ 51 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT o::o::::::: -:::::::::::oo:::::: f x A Good ldea Out of a Coffee Pot About nine years ago the first Hollywood Hair Curler was made out of the tube of a coffee percolator. Today Hollywood Rapid Dry Curlers are used to curl the hair of women in 56 countries throughout the world. This is mentioned merely to suggest to you young men that you never know where you'll find a good idea if you keep your eyes open. 57 Ross McFadden Hollywood Rapid Dry Cutler THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT oaaooo0a0ooooooooooo::::: :ooo - - - QQQA - - AA A A A A A A ---- A A -AA -A- ----v v-- --,--------9 li 0 RICHFIELD STATION il ll L- F- FOSS 55 BARRET's DRUG STORE cARLsBAD,cAL1F. Carlsbad. Calif- Yale and Bulldog Tires II II A' """" 'A "A"' "A" - - AA- ll Qeogaqaaoaoooooooooomo- - v-- -- - -vvv- --o-vv--oQQ,,----,,, MODERN suolz REPAIR Tasty Sandwiches Silex Coffee U Compliments 5 F F' Sh R ' ' 'I 0' oe e""""'g 55 THE DOROTHY comin All Work Guaranteed " EE SHOPPE at Mrs. James Cochran, Prop. Oceanside Malts Candy ll ll ll """""x:"'::::'x:ami:'m::xmm:x: """"'ii BUICK OLDSMOBILE fl na nn fr II ll 0 H. L. SCHWARZ IC if 107 S h Hu S MONTANA LUNCH Q t " out I feet Carlsbad, Calif. 5 Oceanside, Calif. e ep one 5 g Tl h 10 H U 5 C DIESEL OIL PEARL OIL KEROSENE l STANDARD Burner Oils Distributed. by I FRANK BLINMAN I 901 Second Street Telephone-Oceanside 617-J Oceanside, Calif. ooo0O:::0'::T-::::'::::"'::::"':::::""::::0-C:00000osoJ 58 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT ftticettttttobbctaoattc 03993 sane-5-99000-oqgqqqgoo IP ll :I Compliments to Cadets E , Covers by EE The S. K. Smith Company II PALOMAR and MARGO il II The David J. Molloy Plant ' THEATRES Il ' U 5 2857 North Western Avenue EE Oceanside, Calif. l Chicago 0 ---- 3 vv---vvv ...... .Q ---..------ 5E.,,.---...,. ....., .... ' ..... - -- STANDARD GARAGE 5 Complete Auto Maintenance 2 2 Auto Body and Fender Repairing J Fountain - Films 3 and Painting 2 M . l . 0 Phone 572 E agazlnes and Patent Medicines Second and Elm sts. l 3 Carlsbad, Calif. l , ::::-:: QQQQQQQQG ::-o t , Harris or Frank's Uniform Department u 4 o Q OFFICIAL OUTFITTERS i for 5 THE SAN DIEGO ARMY I ' AND NAVY ACADEMY o o E l-larrls 81 F rank a I , 637 South Hill Street - Los Angeles Q Home of Society Brand Clothes For Men and Women ,,,,,,,,,,,-..-Qo-o--Q--.--good Q oooqo -Q QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ i THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT Compliments of San Diego Products Company -,,--,----------,..v---- ------ U 3 Graphic Am ink co., Inc. 4: ll 0 240 Werdin Place u u :E Los Angeles if Printing and Lithographic Inks Lirhogfaphic supplies Y Bronze Powders u ll RAY COX Tires n as ll ll u rr an an ll if Fisk - Airflighf ii Quality Retreading ni 4+ 4+ 0 ll 0 San Diego, Calif. 0 E 1220 Second Fr. 6925 The Blade-Tribune Oceanside -is proud of the Academy. -is proud of this yearbook it has been our privilege to print. 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Carlsbad :Q EPIPHONE-Guitars IL alifornia 1: DALLAPE-Piano Accordions 1: ROTS-Violins, Violas, Cellos, ,:,:::::-:::::::::-::::::: 0 asses. n nr 'I EE FINDER and HERZOFF II II I MUSIC STORE 55 PA'r's BARBER sHoP 1: Home of the Everett Electric 1: Orgatron C lb d C rf QE 1225 Fourth Ave. Fr. 7746 3' S a ' a ' ' II Expert Instrument Reconditioning E if "Service for and by Musicians" g :I -QQ .,....,,,...,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, :.--::::::o:::::2: -AAA 22220 Il if Compliments I II II , , EE Young s Bay Clty Market 0 0 if San Diego n if "Serving Only the Best" II2:202202222222::0"::':::::::::':::::::":::'::::::::::::' u E Banquets Parties I SAN DIEGO FOOD SPECIALTIES SHOP If Creators and Purveyors of 0 "DEE - LISH - US" II Brand I CHOP SUEY - CHOW MEIN If CHICKEN - VEAL AND BEEF STEAK TURNOVERS In FRUIT TURNOVERS Ii Tamales and Chili 3 phone R-4767 3328 Adams Ave. li nr ::-::-::::::::-::--::-:::::::::AA- Cl Qooooo00o0000QQ0QQ0ooooooooooooooooooooeooooooooaooooooo Qoegeqooooooooaoqeoooooooeaooogeeeeooooooogoqeoosooooq THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY ElGHT ADJUTANT Medals - Trophies School and Class Pins Plaques and Rings SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TROPHY 8: JEWELRY CO. ' 860 South Flower Street Los Angeles, Calif. ooooooooooooooooooo noooooooeoooooooeeaooooeqqqaoooooooooo CONGRATULATIONS CADETS! We wish to thank you for the splendid co-operation shown in making the photographs used in your beautiful yearbook DON AND HENRY DETWILER Detwiler Photo Service Carlsbad, Calif. COMPLIMENTS TO THE SAN DIEGO ARMY AND NAVY AADEMY A QLJQHQLE 5 5 ilt 11,5 LEAN ERS --A---oo----- --oooo--oooooAA--------- - A -:::::::: ogg THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT "'Bi?fiiii'IiEiQi?""""""""""'""""""""" ,y BETTER , 3 i SIGl1TQg San Diego ss, Consolidated Gas and Electric id Company xxx N X Electric Building, 861 .Sixth Avenue San Diego, California Whale studying to pass exams And midnight oil must burn A better scout needs l.E.S. For himself-iusf one good turn! 5 . ' Tl lx 1: I 'tvs' fp, ff , V-N I Q f sa9fS n x - Q , ' ,ll E g t .X Q . . N W sr ,. .l " N , , i ooooooooooooeqqeyugqg---ooo----------------,-----v------- V Another successful school year is drawing to a close and we are truly appreciative of the good will shown our establishment. We wish a happy vacation for all, and will try to have plenty of "Sugar Donuts" to tempt the Cadets upon their return. Carlsbad Bakery i 5 5 lb ll u 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O nu 0 1' 0 0 O 0 U ll O li ll ll ll 0 ll ll ll ll 0 ll ll ll 4 63 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT foooooooooooooooqeoooc : : : :oooo:::o::o:::::::::: : : : :::::roo:- I II gl Bauer Lumber Company, I..tcI. II 1 5: "A SLIVER OR A TRAIN LOAD" ll I! FULLER PAINTS 'I :L PLUMBING II 'I Il ' " I . I: BUILDING MATERIAL AND BUILDER'S HARDWARE I ll ,i,l...T.., 0 I If Free Estimates on Plumbing and Building Material Cheerfully Given II Phone Oceanside 550 or 18 Carlsbad, Calif. mn Il mu ll:x"'x::::'::'xx::33:xx::::::x::':x::::::x::::x If 4 OPEN ALL YEAR AROUND V lu CALIFORNIA II nom. ARLSBAD nu I MINERAL SPRINGS II Is of brick and concrete ,, structure of a modern ll pattern with prevailing :I Spanish atmosphere Il throughout. A large :I ,:.:,..d colorful lobby opening at ,, A one end into the beautiful lr emu-menu-m music lounge and ball- 11 room, at the other into II the restful inviting dining MINERAL BATHS AND COLONICS II 0 :I Carlsbad Mineral Baths are noted the World over, :I being identical with the Spa Baths of Carlsbad, II Bohemia, and noted for their wonderful curative properties. Colonies and Massages. Expert male and female attendants. Open day and night. RATES American European Single ...... 54.50 to S 7.50 Single ........ 32.00 to S5 00 0 ll Il II II Il Il I Il Double ...... sooto 12.00 Double ...... ., 3.00 to 8.00 Il , All rooms outside exposure. Private bath or shower. I II lb 61 room, adjoining the avia- tion cocktail lounge. In the patio at the back one mav rest and relax with fi vista over the beautiful lawns and flowers into the blue Waters of the Pacific. SPORTS Our Private Beach Surf Rathing, Golf, Tennis, Vvllev-Ball. Horseback Riding and Putting Links. C. H. WILLIAMS Manager 9oQQQQQQ00Qooooaooooooooocqgqqpeooaooooaoooooeoggoqqgogqooo ... THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT ::::Qo::ooq-c:::ooo:::::::ooq::-ooQ:: :cocoa-:::: c :: :cc- Personal Service Laundry Carlsbad, California Service Quality We Are Proud to Serve 4 the San Diego Army and Navy Academy Appearance Does Count Phone Oceanside 714 ::::ooo:::: F5 THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT ADJUTANT I I I I I I I K"""""""' ""' :::::' """ ' """"""' " "" " If cADE'rs WELCOME 55 OCEANSIDE LAUNDRY at fag-513335 the I , . II Billy Weber, Prop. Malted Mllks I SWEETWOOIYS II Corner Topeka and Cleveland- I Il Oceanside, California Adjoining Palomar Theatre I Oceanside, Calif. IE vv,:,,,: II :I If AIREX PRODUCTS 8z PAPER CO., LTD. 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