Corona Junior High School - La Corona Yearbook (Corona, CA)

 - Class of 1939

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fwmfff- 1--en , .Ego-1.2---,e. "V 'f pw "1" W . 4, , . AND THEIR PICTURE wears the mantle easily. "Coach" to allillthe boys, and father confessor. to 9-4's who need one. Has done all of his teachln at Corona. Llkes beansand cornbread an Mr. Raymond L. Mahoney, Vice Principal, teaches P. E: Title ls new this yearsg sports, but certainly not detentlons or jlgzerbugs. Exposed to' knowledge at Laverne Co . S. C.. and Claremont. Mr. Howard Mullins. easy-going native son, played the slip-horn with the Trojan Band: lncldentally acquired a llne arts educat on. Teaches art and ls an artist, yes, even in temxrament. Gladly helps whenever the artlstlc touch ls needed, and that has been of . Mlss Olson ls from the land where there are more Scandlnavlans than Iowans, North Dakota. Atitfndeg the Egstmaln School of ngu1slchand1Uj Si 0. Likes t 1 lmrnl , grapes, ,an perapsaman,u a susarumo. Sigqgolag fortlixqn the cubicle vmre she patiently and quletly develops the great or near great planlsts of the future fwe hopej. Mr. "Pheellp" Ramsey sponsored the 9-8's, taught business science and social studies. Developed a Kangaroo Court that served him well. Exposed to learning at U. S. C. Likes football and food. It ls rumored that despite his broad shoulders, he ls an excellent housekeeper. ' Miss Frances Ra5gnon.d's sojourns ln the hells of learning included Cornell, Columbia, San Diego tate and two schools In France. Has a widely varied vocabulary ln Span sh Latin. and Frenchhand she can be highly lndlgnant in any lanlgxage. Halls from boston, but prefers ice cream to beans, and has a better sense of umor than most Yankees. Miss Josephine Reho , mother Tro and pr ud f 1 th b to t the girls and la the chlef xworrler for Bllj?l?'l-181081 evcents oat ghygzlegldl' gilgh' ldogs her wonglng nicely however, and she has done much for our muslc. She flddles qulte we , and ls generous with her time and talents. Mr. Ralph Rich originally came from Oklahoma, but that was a long tlme ago. and one can hardly tell lt now. He attended Compton J. C. and Whittier He develops the athletic s ars of coming years. Makes many feminine hearts beat a blt faster. Has a good physique and a nice marcel. X Mrs. Catherine Robinson- attended Nebraska Wesleyan University and U. B. C. Is interested ln. photographyg painting, sewing and cam? ng. Has been ten years in California, and has two children. She manages the 7- 's. Mrs. Hlldiiarde Sage sponsors the journalistic efforts of the prospective great editors, in publi ing the "Broadcast". In this publication shestruggles to untangle the hoard of lnlttaled romances. called personals. She has a taste or Grand Ogiera, Ballet, and U. C. L. A. Participated ln some flne musical productions ln the t a number of years ago. Mlss Hazel Smith is a science teacher, tap-dancer, stargaaer, and counsellor of the 8-4's. So modest about it all shehates to use the word "I". Recently coached a group of faculty men ln a dance and was shocked at their conduct. Miss Katharine Smith, from "Old Kalntuck", but has hardly a trace of the accent now: still says "You all". Attended Northwestern and U. S. C. 'Ileaches P. E. and how to make the fat ones thin. Always ln a hurry and usually arrives. Likes basketball and dancing, and, perhaps, men. Mrs. Mina Taw who has courageously aided all students who had a yearning to act, was educated ln' New York State and at San Diego State Colle . Mrs. Taw teaches English ln addition to dramatlcs. Her groups have provldege much good entertainment for the assemblies. She worries about her productions, but they are always presented nicely. . Mies Sarah Thrasher ls a well known English teacher. Her chief responsi- bility hes been the directing of the governmental the student body o ization, and ln this actlvlty she has always n a valuable counsellor. Is lngrested ID ranching 1Callfornla stylel. and outdoor life. ' was Alfred W aber, e uh 1 n b ll en lb and are not to bg treated sso?nuseum.m.uw 0 fl Wes at 1 mms 're for use l ! 1 1 l questions that the various instructors could Xggiatgeymv Arttegglgingcfor answers to and other colleges. Likes tennis, swlmmlng. enchllades, and theniacgplosltie sseg, sometimes. Mr. Ira Wright halls from Idaho, but has been in this state for several years. Teaches math. and social studies. and subdues the 9-2's feomewhatl. Directed the nlnth grade play and lost many pounds trying to act all the parts: now recovered, Likes eachlng, barberlng, and the ladies. A good fisherman and a good director.

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I . .,:.f.....,...-fe.e.,.s.-,, FAC LTY MEMBERS Ml' I.. th Ran , the kindly person who has dl!!-!Ct6d the destlnles of thls, our school for thes ssmfnyavearsfeyis certainly always looking forward for the good of the youth who enter and leave Junior High. Has a saving sense of humor and a friendly attitude, especially toward the erring ones. Mr. Ralph Ambrose teaches the boys how to saw and hammer, and how to draw stralfiht lines. Training at several Nebraska, schools andat Santa Barbara. Excels as t e school photographer and the chlel putter up of scenery. Belleves a flrm hand is worth two In a corner or something like that. but has a good sense of humor. Always lends a. hand and a'capable one. Mrs. Grace Brooks has been dlrectlng the youth of Corona for several years at. Junior Hlghf She teaches social studlm, and advises the 8-1's. Likes pets and likes them big and beautiful. Has been zenerous wlth her time after school helplmr slow students nnlsh their work. Mass "Mime" cuck ls Mlss'M.arquls's pal, a penmsn and a pretty pleasant gerson. She's -the one to see when a 7-4 gets ln trouble. Photgmphy ls one of er hobby interests-some pictures for the annual please, Miss lick! Miss Ruth Cunningham says she was born ln Colorado too many years ago, but has llved in Calltornls as man ea Attended y y rs. high school ln Corona and has taught at Norco. so she ls almost a native. U. C. L. A.. and U. C. at Berkeleyf Teaches math and likes lt and her 8-5's. For exercise she knlts. My, my. L k Mr. J. Lorln Farmer is the talent scout for the Junior High. Develops the future Nelson Eddys ln the Boys' Glee Club. He sets a good example by warbllng very cspably ln public. Can be justly proud of his Trounadors. Tennlschamp of the faculty. They say he lnslsts on the "J. Lorln". Mr. H. I. "Brick" Froseth crossed the Rockies from Colorado: says going west was all right. Teaches Electrlclty, Woodshog and P. E. and pinch-hits where needed. Usually agreeable, but has red halt. Ll es all sports except baseball. M.lss Jeanne Grlfnn, a quiet young lad from th Cornhusk eu-0 , Calls the University of Callfornla her Alma Matycr. Instrugts In Engllirh Tnd 51121 Studles. Likes hlklng, travel stories, Spencer Tracy. and the "Cuddle Cuties". Lleadsrthe lntelllgentsia on their quarterly pllgrlmages and has lost very few students us ar. ' Miss Margaret Horst has been teaching P. E. to Corona girls for twenty years, but she still likes to direct the play activities or the girls. She has faith ln youth, and demonstrates lt. - Miss Fern Johnson, from "Old Wyoming". where she learned to shoot, but she has lived in the metropolitan areas too. Acquired wlsdom at Santa, Bu-bam and "Dear Old U. S. C." Likes the Mlckeg, Mouse and Rooney, Yearns to play the xylophone and to hear "You Leave Me reathlossn. Teaches the girls how to stamp and kick. Has a soft heart despite the stern demeanor. ' Mr. Hans Koolen tries to inspire the young Elnstelns ln science and mathe- matics. Halls from the Cornhusker State. Quite lntereswd ln all athletics. Has trled several schools from coast to coast. His Brat year ln Callfornls and he says he likes l . ' - e Miss Elizabeth Marquis ls a. loving member or the faculty: she loves the subjects she teaches, her room members, all students, and music. She teaches Art Bhd English. Says she has had 8 lot of fun, but dwllnes to expand the theme. The Fark dungeon ln which she holds forth has not dampened her enthusiasm or spr . - , ' - Miss Margaret Mitchell, born ln the Sunflower State, but attended Redlands Unlve-rstty. Apparently too retlrlng to sit lor a picture. 'Serves as head of the totalitarian- 9-l'sg teaches English-thorou hly. Likes reading. football, and basket- ball. the latter two from the sldellnes. grgues agreeably. " Miss Vlrglnis, Moon, the name of an instructor, not of a song, and Irom Santa. Barbara since she teaches Homemaklng. Belleves ln no hand-outs, so what was the attraction in the home-ec department? Said to be proud of her conquests, lf any. or many. A helpful person. Miss Dorothy Morgan. born a Jsyhawker. but came here from the "Show Me" state. Absorbed knowle ge and wisdom at Santa Barbara and S. C. Is busy making future homemakers and lt may be that she has yearning in that dlrectlon 1'lel'S8lf. Mothers the 'I-6's ln the kitchen. LD

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