El Monte High School - Trails End Yearbook (El Monte, CA)
- Class of 1941
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These are days which try lrberty loytng people to
the lrmrt Democracy IS berng challenged bt a wax
ot lute which regards human belngs as dupes and
serts and human lrte as trash The theme ot xour
year boolf calls us baclc to an appreclatlon ot the
real meanrng ot treedom and to a more srgnltrcant
understandlng ot what rt means to luxe rn a countrx
where we can walk among crowds wrthout a tear ot
tl secret polrce
In luture wars as xou thumb through the pages
til lhrs llool, we are COlllIClSIll that xou wall be able
lo trllrrm the Iact that these llllllg days were tol-
lowrml llx sunshlne and optlmlsnt, and that every El
lxlot-to Llnron llrgh School student gave ot his best
an loyalty, rn sorylce, and rn sacrrtrce to help thus
ntrlron ross lnumphanllg through those days whrch
new so tltlrlt and dangerous
lyltry I lhanlc each and every one ot you tor your
ltne r ooperalron durung the school year.
Robert S l"llClsS
"These are times that try men's souls"g these are stir-
ring and challenging times This country has need ot the
very best that each ot us has to give. lust being a "good
tellovv" will suttice no longer The call today is tor cour-
ageous leadership and a vvillingness tor selt-sacriticet This
type ot service cannot be conscriptiveg it is purely a volun-
tary attair, You young people must meet this challenge
vvith courage and enthusiasm, secure in the taith that it is
all vvell vvorth the ettort,
B L. Bergstrom
DEAN OF GIRLS
As you turn the pages ot this boolf, you vvill remember
discussions in class-rooms, conversations at noon, sunny
days on the athletic tield, triumphs and defeats in the gym,
music and plays in the auditorium, dances, picnics, parties,
books, lessons, study-hall, the library, examinations and
countless other things that have been important to you,
Each ot you vvill remember ditterent things, but all ot you
vvill remember the people you have knovvn and the triends
you have made May your memories and your triendships
be everlasting toy to you
Sincerely your friend,
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DIRECTOR OF ADULT EDUCATION
Mr Ceratd O Rrsinger, now hotdnng the ottice
ot Durector ot Adult Educatuon and Attendance, has
been at EI Monte I-Iigh School tor seventeen years.
Betore comrng here, he spent ten years as a
teacher and SUDSVYISOI' ot schooIs In the Bureau ot
Educatron ot the Phrhooine Islands
Mr Frank I Ivlountarn came here in I932 as a
branch manager ot a IocaI bank I-Ie became busi-
ness rnanager tor E U I-I S IIT ISHS
He was graduated trom Berketex as a Iamer, but
soon tound that he was more Interested an busuness
Hire Toyrrelre fkrrdersori
Mrs Dororhy Copeiarrd
Wiri RUTH Huber
iuirz Esther Srylef,
Mrs Laura Reed
Miss Berry Derrgo
Miss Margery Davis
Miss jean Irwin
Mrs. jessica Clark, 'rhe registrar for E Us I-is Si
has been in The high school for five years,
This year, ar Coiurhbia University, she was 'rak
irig courses ih resrirrg, guidance, arid counselling
She will resurrie her exaciririg posiriorr here iri july,
Harold C Webb
HeIen C Nelson
Ivlarnre Sharp f f
ArnOS D SterIer
WrIIaI1 C Alspaugn
Mary Etta BrooIeS
Art! 1Llr E, Edmonds
Ruth S. Bohn
Arrnlwur B Danner
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Edith B lmm
Cnibert E Iohmom
Camlm H Iwller
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Irma Ha, ei Em me,
Quxda B PMC
Fred Pam jcmei
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Mary lane Hof
Cosette W. Anderson
I-larold D. Brown
Edward O Post
Bertha N Linde!
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lnihilai L Hill
liiite B Hallock
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Ruth Mar er
With the able assistance ot his tellow otticers,
Richard lackson conducted the attairs ot the stu-
dent body tor the trrst semester, They planned the
tirst student-conducted Installation Assembly, of
which a recording was made, They investigated the
need tor amendments to the Student Body Consti-
tution They also purchased numerous modern phon-
ograph records and played them tor the students at
noon dances They presented the proposed amend-
ments to the student body which were xoted on
The second semester otticers, headed bx Han-et
Patterson, continued to manage student bodx actry-
ities ina creditable manner In addition to the noon
dances which new hold, this group presented the
tirr-,t noon moyio El lvlonto has ever had, For the
small clmrpu ot two cents the student body was en-
Ioitiiiiod by a riicluro which had a high rating sey-
eral years .ieo
Un Tliursdtiy mornings, commission meetings
wrin- hr-ld, at which business was carried out, and
luturr- plans were made,
lyirss Robbie Hopluns, advisor, and all ot the
-,lurlnnl body olticors did a commendable job in the
rn.iii.igr-ineiil ol the Associated Student Body Coy-
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WINTER CLASS l94I
With National Detense as the patriotic theme
ot their commencement, the Winter Class ot l9'-ll
graduated on january 30.
The seniors inaugurated the idea ot a dinner and
a dance instead ot the usual class-night program
At the dinner the class presented to the school the
money tor the tirst ot the benches to be placed
around the campus.
A picnic was enjoyed by all at Santa Anita Park
early in the tall On january ll, a dance was spon-
sored by the seniors to raise money tor graduation
The class was sponsored by Mrs, Ruth Calvert
and lylr Wilbur Coke Teachers who assisted in
the preparation ot graduation were lvliss Aileen
Eisl, Mrs Edith Irwin, Mrs Bertha Slsoymand, and
Miss Marg lane lnlol
Uutstanding boys in athletics were Larry Shims
ainura, Carol l-laygood, lohn Preston, Don Edmonds,
.tiid lnlarry Salnmolo lohn Larson was well lcnown
lnr his ability as J creative writer,
Ellie class was ably led by Allen Brown, presi-
tliiiil Eredda Davis, vice-presidentg and lvlargee
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BUI-IL PALMER '
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The summer class of "ell " will live in the mem-
ories of the students and members of the faculty
of EI Monte because of its outstanding scholars and
In the beginning of the year, a sweater commit-
tee was organized and very shortly, the neat sweat-
ers were seen about the campus, Before the stu-
dents voted on the color and style, an assembly was
given where the sweaters were modeled by senior
boys and girls. The sweaters selected were beige,
popular color of the season, trimmed in chocolate
Officers for the first semester were Bob Smith,
oresidentg Buhl Palmer, vice-oresidentg Anne Cady,
secretaryg and Sally Schuler, treasurer,
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In October, a Halloween dance was given at which
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During the year several excellent noon movies
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Officers for the second semester were limmy
Morrison, presidentg Don Oarrett, vice-presidentg
Mary Warner, secretary, Virginia Roy, treasurer
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by Mrs, Oertrude Hess, chairman of the advisors,
Mrs. India Bonney, Mrs Edith Irwin, Mr, Edward
Post, Mr. Amos Stetler.
The senior play was il? a more serious vain this
year. Usually the play Is of a humorous type, but
this year tradition was broken, and "Stage Door"
was presented It drew a full house on both per-
May 2, the seniors gave a pre-prom dance in
our own school gym. Then, according to tradition,
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, MRS. RUTH BOLIN
During the year, this class aided the junior Class
in the production ot the Iunior Eollies. At the mid-
year graduation, they helped the Winter Class ot 'LII
with their commencement program
In the spring, they chose soldier-blue sweaters.
Later, a social attair was held tor the Senior "B's"
only. Many actiyities were planned tor the tall.
There were a number ot outstanding people in
this class, Sam Henrietta, Herbert Hennes, Ered
lriye, Richard Kelly, Arthur Millier, Eugene Bauer,
Robert Crider, Ceorge Hamblin, lesus Centeno, and
Don Morton all excelled in athletics Calvert Rush,
Bob Conklin, and Donald Dulseshire were promin-
ent musicians. ,
Otticers tor the tirst semester were Sam Hen-
rietta, president, Bob Conklin, vice-president, Dor-
othy Bailey, Secretary, and Dorothy Watson, treas-
urer. Second semester olticials were Herbert Hen-
nes, president, Virginia Crab, vice-president, Flor-
ence Muirhead, secretary, and lack Robson, treas-
Class sponsors were Mrs, Ruth Bolin, Miss Bir-
dena Walters, and Miss Mary lane Hof.
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Secretary, First Semester
President, First Semester
Treasurer, Second Semester
Treasurer, First Semester
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Vice-president, Second Semester
CLASS OF l942
This year's juniors vvere an up-and-coming class vvho participated
in many school activities The lunior Follies vvas presented on Decem-
ber sixth, this imaginary voyage around the vvorld vvas enjoyed by
everyone, Mr. Harold Brovvn and the band added their lively music
to the program
According to tradition, the lunior-Senior Prom vvas successfully
given by the juniors, The evening ot tormal dancing at the Masonic
Temple in Pasadena vvas a pleasant change trom sport dances.
luniors vvho vvere members ot the Scholarship Society vvere lacdue
Duvall, Glenn Smith, Barbara Gibbs, lack Barry, Shirley Wilson, and
Loren Russell, Outstanding in athletics vvere Richard Watson, Eugene
Smith, Robert Forbes, and Don Waddell. luanita Schulz, Barbara
Mueller, Fumiye Shinto, and Arthur Millier vvon honorable mention
on their poetry in the Galitornia Anthology Contest.
First semester otticers vvere Loren Russell, president, Peggy
O'Gonnor, vice-president, Martha Smith, secretary, and Gertrude
Evvan, treasurer. Second semester otticers vvere Bill Saltonstall, pres-
ident, Tommy Applevvhite, vice-president, Peggy Koch, secretary,
and Martha Stagis, treasurer. lunior "B" otticers were Harold Prosser
president, Ernestine Mosley, vice-president, and Lucille Anderson
The teachers who guided and helped the iunior "A's" vvere Mrs.
Guida Rice, chairman, Mrs Inez McEwen, Miss Kathryn Miller, Mr
Gilbert lohnson, Mr. Thomas Potter, and Mr, Brooks Thompson. Mrs.
Ruth Galvert sponsored the junior "B's".
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El Monte is really proud of its sophomores,
Under the able direction ot the class sponsors,
Mrs, lune lnlallock, Mr, Lester Mchlichols, and Mr.
l-larold Webb, the class gave the very successful
Sophomore Frolic tor their own entertainment The
Frolic included dancing, the all important refresh-
ments, and the unique program,
Their school spirit was unapproachable and their
good times many.
Sophomore members of the Scholarship Society
were Sue Starr, Sumie Yamamoto, leannette Perry,
Sarah Finkel, Caroline l-lendin, Cordon Kean, and
lim Mattheis, and Mary l-lelen Akin.
Class otticers tor the tirst semester were Dwight
Andrus, president, Phyllis Kennedy, vice-president,
Dorothy Madden, secretaryg Marilyn Wiggins, treas-
urer Second semester otticers were Bill Norton,
president, lack Barton, vice-president, Ann Finney,
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The freshman class, sincere, eager, ambitious,
began high school life vvith all the essentials of
success Their pep and enthusiasm made them pop-
ular, their leadership made them progressive, and
their scholarship made them outstanding.
Under the excellent leadership of Mrs. Ethel
Klingerman and Mr, C. L. Wahlduist, the freshmen
held a class assembly and sponsored a noon dance in
the school gym, The Freshman Round-up, the first
class evening activity the freshmen at El Monte
have ever had, vvas a party especially for freshmen.
The class officers were Frank Morales, presi-
dent, Mildred Allum, vice-president, Nancy Povvers,
secretary, Wanda Davis, treasurer, Marjorie Shields
and Pat Slagle, Girls' Court, Dean Ritter and Calvin
Brovvn, Boys' Court,
Members of the Scholarship Society were George
Bergstrom and Franlq Weiss,
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The Cirls' League is one ot the most important
organizations ot the school, Its aim is to uphold the
ideals ot the school and to assist students and visi-
tors in every possible vvay,
The Girls' League sponsored many activities dur-
ing the year. The tirst big event' was the Girls'
League Kid Party, an annual attair helm Qonor of
incoming freshmen, On the first day o hesecond
semester, the nevv freshmen girls vvereyhovvn a-
round the campus. Several vocational semblies
vvere presented, and at Christmas time the League
sponsored a toy drive,
The Cirls' League Council is composed ot ten
representatives from each ot the tour classes. Ott-
icers tor the year were Eunice Stagis, presidentg
Barbara lessen, vice-presidentg Martha Stagis, sec-
retary, loyce Sherburne, treasurer, Miss Ruth l-lop-
lxins and Miss Margaret Crosby vvere the advisors.
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The El Monte Union High School Boys' Federation, the most
active in California, includes as its members all boys of the school.
Through the work of Supt. Robert S, Hicks and Mr. George
Phelps, advisor of the Federation, it was reorganized during the
second semester. The name was changed from Boys' League to Boys'
Federation, A new constitution was approved by the Student Body
Council and the Federation was given charge of the Boys' Court,
All of the Federations in the schools of California and Arizona
were organized through the efforts of our own Mr. Hicks, The first
meeting was held at EUHS. May l7, Meetings are to be held twice
The Mother and Son Football Banquet, the Sports Carnival in
April, and a complete Boys' Week program were sponsored by the
The Sophomore Service Club, consisting of twenty-five sopho-
more boys, are a part of the Federation, They will take charge of the
incoming freshmen next year. Social activities are planned by the
lunior Service Club.
First semester officers were Roy Erickson, president, Don Wad-
dell, vice-president, Loren Russell, secretary, Don Garrett, treasurer.
Officers for the second semester were Dick jackson, president,
Dick Watson, vice-president, Gene Smith, secretary, lack Nelson,
Ralph King, Sheldon Hill, Earl Adams,
Yodomi Okumura, limmy Mattheis
Dean Kring, Everett l-lickey, Elmer l-lelton,
Yoshi Ota, Gene Smith
wing, Elvvin Clemmer, Sylvan
lack Nelson, lack Waddell
Richard Watson, Lawrence Briano, Bud
Pollard, lack Dennison, l-larry Wall
Don Waddell, Erwin Estes, Bill Laughlin,
Donald johnson, Don Garrett.
Cal Shull, Richard Kelly, Melvin Loyd
Albert Robbins, Bill Loman.
Rresident, First Semester
Vice-President, First Semester
Secretary, First Semester
Vice-President, Second Semester
President, Second Semester
Secretary, Second Semester
The l.ion Knight organization is the most highly
honored service club on the campus lt is composed
of senior boys vvho have been elected by the male
section of the student body,
Guided by their distinctive motto, "lt shall be
done"', the Lion Knights, during the past year per-
formed many fine services for the school. On the
registration days, prior to the opening of the fall
semester, the Knights helped freshmen and nevv
students get acquainted vvith the campus and its
students The Lion Knights also ushered at many
affairs, held Student Gourt, and patrolled the cam-
pus during the noon hour The fine carnival and
successful Rioneer Day Gostume Dance were spon-
sored jointly vvith the Lionesses
The persons who did so vvell in guiding the club
through a most successful year vvere Mr, Raul l-lad-
ley, advisorg ltmmie Morrison and and Kenneth
Siegfried, presidentsg Bolt Polansky and Gordon
Wright, vice-presidentsg Gordon Wright and Max
Miirirlocl-, secretaries, Don Garrett, treasurerg and
Di I Bouchifr and Yodomi Okumura, sergeants-at-
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The Lionesses vvere composed ot the outstand-
ing junior and Senior girls. They helped the nevvi
girls to teel at home at the beginning ot the yeah,
ushered at assemblies, served at various social
functions, and promoted school loyalty, They also
held Girls' Court to help the students keep out ot
The Lionesses' social attairs consisted of night
meetings once a month, a vveelx-end in the moun-
tains, and the annual progressive dinner, In the
spring, the Lionesses and Lion Knights held a carni-
val in vvhich all the clubs ot the school tools part.
A do-nut sale was given to buy nevv jackets,
Otticers for the tirst semester vvere loyce Sher-
burne, president, Shirley Esse, vice-president, Ioyce
Dodson, secretaryg Martha Stagis, treasurer.
Second semester otticers were Peggy O'NeiI, presi-
dent, Lynii Ireland, vice-president, Shirley Gibbs,
secretary, lean Watt, treasurer, Miss Margaret
Grosby and Miss Ruth Hopkins, advisors, have done
much to be ol service to the students ot El Monte.
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President, Second Semester
Secretary, Second Semester
Treasurer, Second Semester
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The Lion Squires, composed ot outstanding junior boys, had a very active year,
The club is a service organization and was ot great help to the Lion Knights.
The groups social activities were many and varied, The most noteworthy were
a banquet at Alvin Culloclds home, several trips to the mountains and beach, and
an ice skating party.
Mr, lvlark Urner, popular physical science instructor, was sponsor ot this group.
The student otticers were Don l.awin and lacque Duvall, presidents, Kenneth Botts
and loe l-lawlsins, vice-presidents, and Ray Cos, secretary.
First Row: Sakamuto, lselson, Estes, Lavvin, l-lawlsins, Culloclz, Llrner Second Row: Saltonstall, Barry
Duvall, Watt, Stem, Berlin, Cos, Russell, Applewhite, l-lachiya, l-loult X
First Row: Simon, l-lennes, Stemr ketield, Russell, laflcson, Ofiradx Smith, Powell
Wright, Brown, Shove, Scott Second Row: Wylie, lfring, Slittlei, Dennison, line, Barn, Olcumuia, Mona
han,-Watson, Waddell, lylorrison, Boucher, lvlortrrn, Briana, Daxrs, Salamgrto Third Row: Patterson
Bauer, Sullivan, Wall, Smith, Siegfried, l-lenrretta, lvliifullnugh, Eiiclssnn, Seeleit, Garrett, Nelson, lifrlll
Wloreloclf, Palmer, Centeno, l.eBrecht, Silvas, Pieisnn, Pollard, Duncan
LETTER MEN'S CLUB '
This club was tormed in lgjtfl to lurthor interest in sports and to regulate and'
control the wearing ot athletic awards lt is one ol the most popular and most in-
tluential clubs among the boys
ln becoming a member, one must have earned at least ten points which may be
obtained in the tollowing way an "XX" lt-tter counts ten points, a "B" letter six points,
and a "C" letter tour points XX ltlcllldgtfl earns two points, but not more than tive
points may be earned in this way
The otticers ot the club were lacls Waddell, president, Roy Erickson, vice-presi-
dent, Harvey l3atI'er-son, sucretaryatreasurer, and Dicli Boucher, Athletic Commis-
ryv ,g 'ffl stoner. '
During the past year the Scholarship Society has earned a reputation as one ot
the outstanding and most active clubs in the school, The organizations activitiest
vvere varied, interesting, and vvell supported A debate vvith the Debate Club on the
subiect "Was Congress lustitied in Passing the Conscriptron Bill?" began the program
tor the year. Other events vvere a tour through a broadcasting station, and a movie?
attervvard, The otticers attended a division meeting ot the Calitornia Scholarship
Federation, and the El lvlonte Society acted as hosts tor the next meetings
Otticers tor the tirst semester were Don Garrett, presidentg Loren Russell, vicee
presidentg Pat Havvlains, secretary-treasurerg Sylvan Wanless, commissioner Second
semester leaders vvere lack Barry, presrdentg Pat Havvlfins, vice-president, Sarah
Finkel, sfcretaryetreasurer, Don C-arrett, commissioner lvlr DeCaris vvas the sponsor.
First Row: Perry, Smith, Yamamoto, Ragland, ftl in, Terracctann, Havvrins, Finlel, Slarr Second Row:
ith, lvlattheis, Xlxfilson. Havvlins, Garrett. Duvall. Polanslcy barry Wanlass, Fussell, lNerss, DeCaris,
'Row: l,f'lecl'iam, Pursell lflountioy, ltflprrr lylppre, Shandy, Davidson Second Row: Cool, Schubert,
farter. Eldridge, Pobmsonx Pow, l'llfh"i"yY Mathanf, Wahlriurst
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The stage crew had one of the most important Lrltls in lstlage productions They
toolf charge ot the moving ot sets and scenery, and managed the lights and the public
address system Some ot their odd robs vvere shovving movies and assisting at toote
This year the stage crew vvas made up ot a class in stage cratt ot vvhich lvlr
Cunnar Wahlduist had charge The class studied the theories ot stage cratt and then
put them into practice Managers Floyd Morrovv and Anton Schmalz had the respon-
sibility ot rnaeting any demand or emergency. Other important ottices vvere held by
lvlarvin Wilkerson and Harvey Ross, electriciansg Oliver Robinson, head painterg Wilda
Pursell and Kathryn lvlountioy, heads ot propertiesg and Dale Carter, head carpenter
The A Cappella Choir, one ot the best lsnown musical groups in the school, has
picture in their wine-colored vestments and white satin stoles
They appeared at the Teachers Institute at Monrovia High School, at the Thanlss-
eivmg assemblv, at Baccalaureate, and betcre the Chamber ot Conamerce At the
Easter Sunrise Service, the group formed the nucleus ot the entire choir Thevf also
sang one song, iClorious Savior," alone The second Spring Vocal Concert climased
the groups' colortul vear Thev received heartv acclaim tor their singing at Occi-
The otticers tor the tirst semester viere Fredda Davis, president, Cloria Nixon,
secretarv , hlarilvn Wiggins, treasurer During the second semester Fred Fis vias pres-
ident, lvliss Cretchen Evans vias the etticient director ot this group
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' The Conimiiicial Cjrchestra, called the los lvlusicos Club, is verv popular tor its
playing ol modi-rn music The oreaiiiialion is designed to give training to students
who eniov iinpiiliii liiilslc and to those vvho wish to lollovv music as a vocation Thex'
also receivi-rl liaininp in modern tlimilei -pil iwlavine
Thev pliiveil lor asseinblies, the lied Cross henetit Assembly, and tor the Lions'
Club Tlw, vitfiir tissisled iiuile ollifii luv the los lvlusicos Choir
Ctltii iii-T tor lliir war viere Leon Van Campen, president, Del lvlar Ciilkerson,
vice-presiclviit, lXl.irsiiii' Tlifl'l't,, secietarv , Shirlev Ciibbs, treasurer Mr Harold Brown,
ijhgiirntaii ol llii' iiiiisii' ilifiwiiI'li'iti'-lil, i,lIl'tfiflLi'LT the grOup
The Lions Band, whose membershlp was severmf-Two, proved To be one oT The
mosT ouTsTandrng musical organlzafrons oT El TflonTe has evfvr produced Emfergmorre re
proud oT Them
They made many successTul appearances aT TooThaIl games The CounTxf Ealr, and
assemblies, lXflosT commendable was The perTormance aT The lvlusleal Eeshval aT
ChaTTey lunuor College rn whrch The hand was awarded MSl,lD6'VlOVU ranng There sew
eral solorsTs and ensembles recelved spoclal rnedals
lVlr l-larold Brown cjapalaly dlreeTed The laons' Band. assrsled hy Cordon Llndsay,
Dl'QSIdGIWlQ Delmar Crlkerson, WCG-DI'C9lCl8l'll, Donald Dl.ll'QSl'llVQ, seCreTary, Shlrley
Secnon leaders were Donald Duleshrre Tor The TrumpeTs, A I Curhs Tor The
clarlneTs, Neal Lawson Tor The Tnjmhones, Qalen She-eT: Tor The French horns, and
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sTandrng srngers oT popular rnusle
These Talenred young ladres appeared wrrh The orchesrra aT many assemplres and
They dressed rdenneally rn lDQCOl'fllI'lfg blue Tormalsr Trlrnnned wrTh whiTe Tlowers
aT The shoulder, and whlTe bows aT The hernllne
Dne oT Therr humorous presenranons was a rnrnrarure plano sTunT
Maflne Terry, Wllldred Allurn, Lrlluan EwarT7, CerTrude Ewan, Shrrlev Clhps, and
l4a3 rrfl KrnoshrTa were The aieorpllshed srngers of Thls Tfersahle Troup Each glrl lf
adepT as a soloTsT or as a group srngfer
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Crrls' Clee Club made several excellent appearances durrng the gear Therr
appeared betore the Potrero PTA, the Lrons' Club, and several school assemblres
The grrls alvraxs looked xerx neat rn their royal blue tlannel slurts and xvhrte satrn
blouses, The group numbered about thrrtv or thrrtx-trve members
At the Sprrng Vocal Concert, the group presented sexeral numbers. among uhrch
were "Mx l-lerof' trem the "Chocolate Soldrerf' br Strauss, 'Plav Cxpsies Dance
Cxpsresf' hx Kalman. Mltalran Street Song" br l-lerbert. and 'll-Qomanl Lite" br Herbert,
teaturrne Elena hlartrnei, soprano, and Shrrlex l-laxman, xrolrnrst
Ottrcers tor the vear uere lvlartha Vogel, presrdentg Karr Krnoshrta, secretarxi
Pat N oungstrom. treasurir Durrng the second semester, lxlasrno Terrx acted as secre-
tarx lxllss Cretchen Evans, xorce rnstructor, vvas the sponsor ot thrs group
CONCERT ORCHESTRA '
The Concert Orchestra rncludes advanced musrcrans rnterested rn classrcal muslc
In thls group, they recerve sectronal trarnrng rn the fundamentals ot ntusrc Thex also
learn theory and background ot music,
In the tall ot the vear, the group appeared at the Annual P T A lleieptron lor
parents and teachers Several vocal and musrcal numbers were rendered
The orchestra, vrrth therr drgnrtred manner and tormal attrre, are aluraxs a uelf
come relret front the prrjrsent dat svvrng
Clttrcers were Pat lrlaurls rns, presrdent, Pat Staels, vrce-presidentg Shirlex l-laxntanr
secrotan , Dolhlur ljrlllst"I'tOll, treasurer lxflr Harold Brown rs the drrector
bolorsls uho vvon rorioerrlllon rn the lvlusrc Festival were Neal Lawson, trombone
and hantone, Shu let lrlrnrnarr, XlOlllT, Donald Dulseshlrer cornetg Davrd Nrchols, ccrnet,
Cralen bheeti, Fnyrrrgh horns
The Mixed Chorus is one ot the tayorite musical groups among the tirst-year
vocal students. ln the beginning ot the year, about one hundred students were en'
rolled, but later in the year, only those students who were willing to give ot their time
and to work hard were lett, The group then had about seyenty-tive members
The Mixed Chorus appeared betore the Lions' Club and many school assemblies
They also appeared at the second annual Spring Vocal Concert The group made a
yery fine appearance at this altair The girls wore tormal pastel gowns and corsages,
the boys wore dark suits.
The otticers tor the year were Virginia Schulz, president, lack Pearson, secretary,
Delores Linden, treasurer Miss Cretchen Evans, yoice teacher, was the director ot
Being probably the stauchest supporters ot the tootball sciuad, the girls ot the
Pep Club did their best to stimulate interest in the games by presenting drills and tancy
tormations When basketball season was in tull swing, they made an appearance at
the Burbanl-El Monte game
Their many stunts included pyramid building, letter forming, pom-pom drills, and
Upon the request ol Superintendent Robert S l-liclss, the drill team learned and
presented the Suaye Drill as their part in the Cym links held in Ianuary
To raise money tor new pom-poms, the girls made and sold popcorn balls during
a noon hour in October In May they gave a noon dance tor the same purpose
Otticers tor the tirst semester were Virginia Roy, president, Eva Boyce, yice-
president, Betty lo Nowell, secretary-treasurer Second semester otticers were Eta
Boyce, president, Alma lean Stanton, yice-president, Betty lo Nowell, SGCl'i?lfIfj -treats
LEE CLUB T
The Boysl Clee Club, under the capable direction ot Miss Gretchen Evans, started
its year with nineteen members.
The boys appeared at the Boys' League assembly and at the Rotary Basketball
Luncheon. They also appeared with the Cirls' Clee Club and Mixed Chorus in a
student body assembly, ln February, the boys presented a comic opera which was-
receiyed very well The music tor the show was taken trom the opera Faust.
Their tinal appearance was in the Spring Vocal Concert, In this concert all the
singing groups participated
Dark trousers, dark red sweaters, and white shirts tormed their otticial outtits.
The otticers tor the year were loe Parker, prsident, Robert Berlin, secretary-treas.
Although this organization consisted ot only ten girls, membership was open to
any girl interested in singing
The girls, who sang so nicely together, worlced alter school tor no extra credit,
since the Lyric Club is an extra-curricular actiyity They sang betore the American
Legion, the Monrovia l-ligh School and at the Iunior Follies
For tormal wear, halt the girls wore long blue slgirts and white blouses, while-
the other halt wore pinlc skirts and white blouses. For intormal yyear, the girls had
blue sport sldirts, white blouses and red ties, this combination carried out the patriotic
The club was newly orgeiniicd this year under the direction ot Miss Crretchen
Evans. Otticers were Margaret McCray, president, Barbara Mcliinley, secretary-
treasurer and accornpciiiislp
Tvvo home economics teachers, Mrs. Eva l. Spence and Miss Helen C, Nelson,
realizing the need tor a club in which Freshman and Sophomore grils might learn ot
other clubs and their activities, organized the Home Echo Club, Freshman girls do
not belong to manv clubs and this is to help them become more interested in school
activities. Thev strive to acquaint themselves vvith home economics and turther their
interests in the social graces
There are no grade requirements, theretore it is one ot the tevv organizations
open to Freshman and Sophomore girls,
First semester otticers vvere Sue Starr, president, Bea Lamb, vice-president,
losephine Smith, secretarv, Otticers tor the second semester vvere Patsy Ruth jackson,
president, Rhoda Wodeson, viceapresidentg Rhoda Bvrtus, secretary,
Row: Kauling, Wadison, Nelson, Gilbert, Sims, Smith, Ritchie, Iaclcson, Thompson, Martin, Starr.
Second Row: Nelson, Freeman, Walaino, Koslia, Lamb, laclsson, Martinez, Hester, Wirges, Tarson, Kuhn,
First Row: Tatasati, Morilavva, llcirnann, Karlscrn, Clayton, Oluinura, Kaiser, Stone, Brostedt, Shinto,
Hasegawa Fussell Second Row: lrlelenn, Ramirez, Yarnarnoto, Cutierez, Martinez, job, laclason, Roy,
Mueller, Erictgr ri, Watson, Ariderson, Piclett, Spencer
The purpose ot this organization is to help junior and Senior girls, vvho take Home
Economics, to become acquainted better, The girls do much vveltare vvorlc Thev
knitted vvoolen blankets to be sent to Britain, sponsored Christmas baskets, made a
Thanksgiving hornaot-plentv, and participated in other weltare vvorls. Social lite was
not neglected either A Halloween partv, a Valentines partv, a dinner at a toreign res-
taurant, an evening at the theater, and picniclarng, were onlv a tevv ot the outings
enioved bv the entire club,
Otticers tor the tirst semester vvere Katherine Kaiser, president, Doris Pickett,
vice-president Second semester otticers were Virginia Roy, president, Michive Mori-
lsavva, vice-president Mrs Eva Spencer and Miss Helen Nelson sponsored the club,
lvlany dances were sponsored by the Senior Hi-Y during the year. At Thanks-
giving the club gave a charity dance at which a can ot tood was the admission A
clothing drive tor the poor was sponsored at Christmas time
Several iornt meetings were held with the Tri-Y,
In March the boys held a banquet to which each boy invited one ot the men
teachers They had a very good turnout and everyone enroyed it very much. ln May
a new group ot boys was initiated into the club
Otticers tor the trrst semester were Kenneth Siegtrred, president, Dick Shove,
vicefprestdent, Buhl Palmer, secretary, Second SGIWWG5 ottrcers were Dick Boucherx fs
president, Sam Henrietta, vice-president, Cordon Wri t, secretary, The sponsor ot
this group was Mr, William Duncan
First Row: Waddell, Forbes, Dennison, lackson, Erickson, Patterson, Smith, Kelly, Cribble, Se nd Row:
Duncan, Stem, Waddell, Palmer, Brrano, Barry, Boucher, I-lenrretta, Watson, Russell, Siegtrre , Botts
First Row: Yr,.r,ir'rg, Scovrlle, Baharn, Holst, Stagrs, Stagrs, Sherburne, O'lXl0rl, hnlrn Second Row: Warner
Itrggrrru, lsltwwell, Terracciano, Spencer, Furl., Ireland, Hayman
Using its motto, "Others," the T ri-Y has been very progressive in service, in char-
acter training, and rn social activities ths year
N Thanlfsgving and Easter, baskets were distributed, and at Christmas money
was donated to a tund tor distributing baskets among a number ot needy people.
Ono ot the most popular clubs in school, the Tri-Y, held its capacity ot thirty girls.
lts many social .ictivtlies included the Tri eY, Hi-Y l-lallowe'en party, a Christmas party,
a point lrrrrrrrrel with the junior TrrvY, and a getetogether dinner with the "Y" clubs
ot thi: San Calrrrtg-l Valley In April some ot the girls attended the annual conterence
at U S C
The advisor was lVlrs Ruth Bolin, teacher ot history, The otticers tor the year
were fvrgee lt-r'raccrano, president, lvlary Warner, vice-president, Ann Cady, secre-
tary, Peggy 0'lXluil, treasurer
During the year, the lunior l-li-Y pertormed many tune services tor the community
and the school. They ushered at some ot the school assemblies, and at Christmas
time they donated ten dollars to the Committee tor Christmas Cheer The boys went
swimming at the Y,M.C A, at Pasadena three times, They also sold tickets to the
El Monte Theater, thereby gaining enough money to make a trip to the beach later
in the year.
There were thirty-tive active members enrolled in the club, The otticers tor
the tirst semester were Kenneth Davis, president, Don Pollard, vice-president, jimmy
Mattheis, secretary Second semester otticers were jimmy Mattheis, president, Pichard
Pearson, vice-president, lohn Echols, secretary The sponsor ot this active group
was Mr. Brooks Thompson.
First Row: Morales, McConnell, Echols, l-lennes, l'lowell, Martin, Adams, Diaz, Patterson Second Row:
Pollard, Anderson, Kloos, johnson, Davies, johnson, Cook, McMurphv, Echots, Norton, Erbe Third Row:
Thompson, Stadter, Pearson, Smith, lvlcfree, Hugh:--., Ducket, Plate, Tweedie, Clemons, Carriznn,
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First Row: Ecyce frbbot faieritine, llifnn, Pahn Second Row: Settle l-tale, King, Al in, Powers,
',flJi't,3ieigl'- Ptflerttnl l.lE:dd'itr Row: l'lt'1l, TVJMPV, Ftiltjt, lVl'rlt?, Ctittl-ilttt, Cris, Qttlltfy, lcldtflttyil,
SOP!-IOMORET TRI Y
The Sophomore TrifY, made up ot freshman and sophomore girls, has been very
active this year, The girls had apple and suiker sales At Thanksgiving, Christmas,
5nd Easter, the girls provided a tood basket tor a worthy tamily
They combined their charity work with rrany social activities, They had a Thanks-
giving party and a Christmas party, and at the end of the tirst semester, they enjoyed
a banquet with the Senior Tri-Y
First semester otticers were Willetta Powers, president, Betty Conklin, tirst vice-
rresident, lane Pickering, second vice-presdentg lorene King, secretary, Mary l-lelen
Akin, treasurer The second semester ottrcers were Mary Helea Akin, president,
lorane King, tirst vice-president, l-lelen Pahn, second vice-president, Cloria Nixon,
secretary, Peggy Trayer, treasurer Miss Mary lane l-lot, home economics teacher,
sponsored the group.
A new Ol'gf3ITlZdllOIT, the Debate Club carrled out its program tor the 5ear suc-
cessfully. The club was started tor the purpose ot tratnung and gnfing students ex-
perience ln the esssentlals ot debating
ln the tall, the club held a debate with the Scholarship Society The topuc was,
Resolved, that Congress nas lustrtred IH Passing the Conscrlptron Act,
Later IIT the gear the club had a debate wlth the faculty on the topic ot the
modern gradmg system rn the schools Club members opposed members ot Mr. Crlbert
lohnsonls American Hlstory classes rn several debates,
Ottncers ot the club were Sylvan Wanlass, presidentg Enos Stewart, vrce-presi-
dentg and betty Anderson secretart -treasurer Mr, Thomas Potter, Engllsh and speech
teacher, sponsored thus lnely group.
First Row: Wulson, Cranelt, Arlgenl Anderson! Bools urst, Stgccarl, Potter, Second Row: Lenney
Polanskg Partm, XfVanlass, Nor ton
Front Row: 'left to nphlt lulcblell. Ania, Adang Pantry Santat, Fdrnnnds, C-wbble, Cleland, Lltxxrn
Cornrc, l-lush Top Row: tlett to rrglnt Carleton, Anednntlo, Loxnngtoss, lohnson, Leonard, lones, Crubbs,
Cnnlryy, Penn, Wnllr.r1,r,1lr, Snnlh, lceavltl
The lVlachlnlsl Clulr nas lcsnnclntl lor the purpose of gntng bots taking machine
shop a chance to learn rnoro ahozlt Ihr- art ot metal-cutlrng
The flnh sponsorttrl .1 nnunlwvu ol acllvltles, namely trlps lo the mountauns and
to an lIlClll'ulVIcll plant The rnonrlwwus lrunll a chop-saw whlch thex' sold to raise tunds
tor the rlnlr Lll'TlX'IlIt"u T hw 'flctlllt also planned other club prolects, which would ln-
creaso lhrrn xl- rll ln lhw lvl rt llllllsl ctall
lxlr Inner, ma- hrntr tlr rp IllXlIlltflUIT, was sponsor or the-clnb The ottucers were
bob Crrllrlrlo .rnrl Crtlrw lhnn, lrreslclanls, bob Cleland ancCTTom STtTtlrs-,vuce-presidentsg
Don Edmonrls and lnfrl lX4alnsl-gf, rnastersaat-armsg Rlchardstbbsancl Roy Anderson.
Under the leadership ot its president, loe l-lawlgtns, and tts adylsor, Mr Harold
C. Webb, the members ot the Chemistry Club tools part in many rnterestlng actryltrez
throughout the year, During its regular Wednesday atternoon meettngs ll'I the chem'
rstry laboratory, educatlonal demonstratrons were glyen by Mr. Webb and seyeral
.members ot the club. The ettects ot chemistry on the natronls defense was also
demonstrated and discussed.
A number ot the club members took part Il'l excursrons unto several ot the local
mountatn ranges. Numerous mrnerals were collected on these tnps, and were ana-
lyzed by members ot the club in the laboratory
Gttlcers tor the year were loe l4l8WlsllWS, presudent, and Sally Schuler, secretary
Row: Anderson, l-lawktns, Ragland, Schuler, Hawllns, lvlund, Reid, Watt, Anderson Second Row:
Finke, Webb, Duvall. Polanslsy lvlorruson, Bam, Ke-lson, LBWHT, Prerson, Estes, WAfl'lglTl. Trunl
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First Row: fe sift D rirroor llrpltcrrr l-lolsopple, l-llbbar l, C",rtr,v., Curl Second Row: Haul ms, Lcunard,
The most mteresturrg experlence ot the Astronomy club thus year was a trip to the
lvlount Palomar Gbseryatory There the club members ylewed the twoehundred unch
telescope and yanous pleces ot astronomlcal eclurpment Cther tnps were also made
to the Crlttlth Planetaruum and the Mount ylfrlson obseryatory
Several ot the club members completed telescopes Models rllustratlng dltterent
phases ot astronomy were also bullt by some ot the boys4 one ot these was a yery tune
model ot the moon,
Ottrcers tor the year were loe l-lawlflns, presldent, Russell hllbbard, truce-presle
dentg and Rollrn Conrow, secretary-treasurer, Second semester otttcers were l2OllllT
Conrow, presldentg Wallace Leonard, yrce-presldentg and lack Nulton, secretary-
treasurer, and Mr Chester l-lolsopple, adyusor,
Reorganized last year under the direction ot Mr Edvvard Post, head ot the mathe-
matics department, the club strives to give its members a chance to study interesting
and puzzling things about mathematics The only outside activity was an ice skating
party at Pasadena, evsryone came home vvet but happy
At the meetings, the students learned short cuts in mathematics, worked puizle
problems, and did many other interesting things
Officers tor he tirst semester vvere lrvvrn Estes, president, Pay Cox, vice-presr-
dent, Sallv Schuler, secretary-treasurer, During the last halt ot the semester, Ray Cos
pertormed etticiently as president Ottrcers tor the second semester vvere Edgar Babb,
president, lack Barry, vice-president, Elsirn Bevington, secretary-treasurer
First Row: Duvall, Elevington, Polanslcv, Barry, Cox, Estes, Simons Second Row: Schuler, Post, Babb
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First Row: Hetllina, Bledsoe, Dinsrnnor, Elulsopple, Hermes, Benson, Second Row: Curtis, Ross, Smith
It the plans of the Radio Club are accepted, it vyill he able to send radio messages
to neighboring schools next vear to lind out vvhat they are doing tor recreation and
to improve their campuses The club vvants to purchase a transmitter and set up a
radio station at E U ll E.
The club vvas organuod into a class this year tor the Purpose ot studying radio
code and llwepiy, and practicing on sels constructed by the-se ether-minded lads who
hope to be ready lo obtain their amateur licenses, The class vvill be continued next
vear as a regular tvvu st-inesler course
Leaders ot this group vvere Harvev Ross, president, Orville Smith, vice-president
and treasurer, Bolt Curtis, segeant sal arms, and lvlr Chester Holsopple, advisor
l'Eyen a modern girl can act, thunk, and steel lrlce Qt lady "
This is the motto ot the E Us l-l S Sub-Deb Club members who end the schogrl
year with an unusually happy and worthwhile record behrnd them
Besides an lntormal Initiation at the home ol lots Bayman, the club rrrernbers
enjoyed pot-luck suppers, chrle "feeds", slxatrng partres, and weelly meetrngs The
group attended the Federatron meetrngs ot the Natronal SubeDebs at Pobrnsons Dee
partment Store an Los Angeles rn january and March The club had a cleer booth at
the carnryal f
The othcers for the year were Lots Bayman, presrdent, Laurgrtta Weddle, yrce-
. From the date of tts begrrrnrng rn thus
Mrs lnez Puclfett McEwen
prestdentg and lane Delstte, secretary-t
school, the Sub-Debs have been s
Hooler, Frnlce, Daglali Second Row: Powers,
'matt Third Row: lOl'lY'l5Oll, Weddel, Delsrle,
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First Row: l-lamrlton, Alexander
Nowell, Bryant, Koch,
Roy Krrth Ewa
Boffgm Rowg Prjgrgrr Pgrdrgg l-,rlrjfirlltjrrr lilirrriglrrcrx hlerrrrrf, Sregalrred, P-tt,tEr'Srll Middle ROWZ gl'rt1jrlt?X,
Zrrrfrgrrfgr Cyjirr l'lar':G,, Parfrrei, Stucl ylfrrglrt, Irrrtt '-,, Lfrltrlfwxell, gllIlsllllfXlKcll't'll Top Row:
ljrrggrr KCl'VrE1'tL' lylocre frrnrtl. Pubartlr lfalrrrer, lr.l.,1,er. btrrrtlr Alltrtrr,frtl'rlW, llrtrlle, bell,
" ter! Edie
The Art Club, under the drrectrorr ot Mrs Ruth Mayer, completed another suc-
cessful year Many socral actryrtres hrghlrghted the yearg one ot these was a party
at the home of the clubs sponsor, Mrs Mayer Later rn the year, the club went on an
rce skatrng party at Pasadena, desprte therr falls, everyone reported a good trme
Thus year, for the trrst trme, the students who showed abrlrty were gryen a chance
to exhrbrt thetr worlcs One exhibttron was placed rn the ltbrary drsplay wrndow, and
durrng the second sernester, a drtterent student s worlf was placed each weel- rn the
art room show case
Frrst semester ottrcers were Lots Bayrnan, president, Arthur Frne, yrce-presrdent
Second semester ottrcers were Arthur Pune presrdent, lrmmy McCollum, trceepresi-
nedtg Moraye Mrllrer, secretary-treasurer
The Club started the xeer bx lTOlTCVllTQ, the Freshman members at J bartx At
Chrrstmes trme, exertohe emoted cl Chrrstmas soirel In the sbrmgk the members ot
the Club had A romt meetme xxlth the lapsmerse Club ot the lXlom'oxra Hrgh School .
The tradrtrort ot the Jmrtrel C-rudwtrorr boirgl xxtrs Cowtmtretl
Qttreers tor the semester xxere Lorrx Sltrrrrerrrttrm, bresrderrl, Emrlso blrshrmura,
tice-presrderwtr Grace Shrmriu, recordmg secretary, Takeshr Forrmoto, correspomdmg
secretary Fomrko XX atmgbe, treesorerj Fred Irtre, sergearwteat-arms Ottreers tor the
secohcl semester mere, Fred Irrge, presrdfrwt, Emrlso Nrshtmora, xrce-presrdehtg Kaoro
Nagar. recordmg secretary Lrlx lklrtamoto, Corresbohdmg secretary Roth lvlrtakawa,
treasurer, Mrtsoo H,t:ame, sergenrrt-ent-errrrs lxlrs lxledelerhe l-lallet drrected the club
as er sponsor.
First Row: letl lu rrgltl' ltlorasltrge, Mm.3'lrs'a, Ol:-oo, lxlrtalxaxxa, Porto, Nalxama, Nagar, lxloromrl
Shrmgo, Nrslwrrrrrrra, Leos Second Row: liogfrr: is Hs"er,, Urro, Ptrga, Irrxe, Arrta, Salxamoto. lxlryamoto,
Watarrabe, Her-rmrrrvro. Toxode, Morrlertta Last Row: l-ortrtam, Ftrgrmoto, Sakamoto, lrrte, Yamamoto,
Haxrnra, blwrmerwwtrra, lorres
First Row: PLrtlryrsor'r, S.trrl4rryr'rt, Turtle, Pdrrlllfy Pgrlimrrrr, Smrth, Grbbs, folbrartlr Paulstorr Second Row:Stexxdr
Xlffrulrrlrgtrrrr, lktrrtlle, bxtrjr,-rv, blrrrlrrrr lXlrt-rrllrt,, ll.rrr:ltIr'ry lXlorz'Jtl, XX'elss, llroolxes, hlrlls, XXJIll3IT
Ootsterrrrlrrre rrrrrorrg tht- xferrfttml .IrfllXlllLlH ot th-A L.1l'rrClLlb are the Llmrters xrxhleh
are erverr eorih gear Che trl these tlrrmers lN the rrrrtmttorr lmhquet grxert earlx m the
sorrrrg Al thrs tame the rrew members XfXL'!t,' JLlCllOflL"fl otl ers slmres Arwother ot their
dlr'rr'rers wgrs the Lrrrrrtml l,xrrrrrL1et lor Lrll members
The rilrsrb mrs oreerrrrivrl UH Ihr trrrgrurrt sxstem ot sl.rx'es, Qrtriehs, and Senators
The Qlob rrsed the rrorrrt sxstem lo rlntermrrrr- the strrlos ot rts members The rahls ot
serrertorshrrr mos the eotrl ol tw,-rt momlwr-r, ers rt rs th hrehest possible DOSITIOIW.
The r'errrrrr'rgrrrrrrrt ot Ihr' club nets er tgmtle ot 'TC' or bftter m Letm
Worl me Lrrrrlrrr the ollrrtrerrl lL'.lLl'f'lK-lTlll ot hltss lN'l.,1r'y Etta Brookes, the ottreers
ot the group VVL"tlf lklorolhxf Txrtr, Irrresrderrtg Blll Norton, wee-presrdehtg Betty lane
f-Lrrrborrr, segrtgrrx, l-l1lr'lpr,r Pattersort. treasurer
The Spanish Club, alsd known as "lbs lxflontanercusf was organized to stimulate
interest in the Spanish language, and to create triendliness among the Spanish and'
English students, A student must malce an HA" in his tirst semester ot Spanish or
a MB" at the end ot the year to become a member ot this Organization
The club held its initiation dinner at the home dt lVliss Isabel Dinsmoor, head ot
the language department Several trips to Padue Hills, a theater that presents Spanish
plays, were made.
Otticers tor the tirst semester were Sally Schuler, president, Bob Nirns, vice-
presidentg Shirley l-layn'en, secretary, Stella DeLacey, treasurer Second semester
otticers were Stella DeLacey, president Shirley Flaiman, viceapresident, Lorraine
Standing: l-lanlxe, Saltonstall, lxalliwmrrri, lliiewl, Xtfilrgt, lilagland, DeLacey, Hayman, Dinsrnour, Schiller,
l-lawkins, l-ldlst, Roberts, Smith, Pcaisnn, Wall Seated: Fi'-l, lxflume, Parnireii, lslciwell, Smith, O'Cnnner,
Front Row: Fed Srrwn, Yadzta, Martin, Dans, l-lenrietta, Pahn, Valentine, Cc:-C, Flale Second
Row: Lerre, Tidd Qtfarlasz Fladle , Duvall, Cn'
Parlez vous Francais? The French Club is composed ot French students who
maFe a grade ot "CH ctr beitir in their tirst semester ot French This year the meme
bership was abuut t'fver'ityetiwe
Serrfe bt the activities that the members dt the club enid-fed were a French
dinner at a well-lfribwr'i French restaurant, gi French rnoxfie at the Fsduire Theater
in l-lbllywbbd, and a rrbufre at Fiisacleria luninr College, the title was Pwec le Sourire,
meaning With a Smile The grbub also rpnrricipat-ed in a swimming partv at Long
Beach lvlunicibal Salt-water Plunge
Officers were lacdue lDl,l'fElll, president Fai, Cd, iriceebresident, Elinor Flare' Viril-
entine, sOcial chairman Mr Paul l-ladlevf, French instructor, sponsored the gr'r,ii,iijw
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The Dramatics Club was organlzed for anyone rnterested in dramatic art acting,
producing, directing, or vvrlting
They carrled out their purpose by giving several one-act plays and clever mono-
logues at the Llonosslion Knight Carnival, ln November, three one-act plays, "l-llgh
ness," a tragedy, lll3omance is a Racket" and "A Unlcorn and A Fish", two comedies,
were given at an evenlng performance AThanl4sgiving assembly vvas also sponsored
In lvlav, the Dramatlcs Club presented a series of skits concerning leadership"
on the program l'Young Amerlca Presents," a radio program written by students of
xarious high schools
The officers for the year vvere Virginia Roy, president, Terry Stefanich, treasurer.
The sponsor of the group was Miss Alice Wever, speech and dramatics teacher.
First Row: l"llisi ll, hl,ii,inliny l-lall, Fecllwani, Anderson, lXflcDermotl, Vxflley, Howard, l-lellems, Fisher
Second Row: lfilr-rii, Clayllili,-mRr,iy, Xtwlinn, Krirli, Clalr, Cilidcwell, Wever, Carleton Third Roy: Fawcett,
Puisell, lolin--.nn, bailey Xlilarnei, Eiuloii, Holsl, Tyra, lessen, Diclenson, Smlth, Stefanich,.WoodWard,
Ktililrll Idliiiiaiili llanft l4.r-,ein lxfla'-len Xilliilirllwaiif Fine
First Row: Eliniiiii, Marliaii, l3liirni'illial lllfaliiliiilil, lvlillipr, lloiill Second Row: Eibe, hlanfblln, lohnson,
During the yriar', the rlub li.'ll'llFIlUdl0Cl in many contests, several of vvhich vvere
won li ilyi' nur own rlub l7Tf'llllil"lfS A low of the luoys entered nwoclel planes in several of
the rripl-lu which they .llll'IlCll"'Cl
Tlif' Ifli'l'lllll'I'II lllli lol entering lhe club are very simple ll your plane is a gas
niodiil, il niugl mllri, in the rrir tvvwnlx secoiids after the motor is cut lf it is a rubber
ll4ll'lfllIll1ll4'l, il niuul slay in the air lifter launching
'llirif,p1ilruoi'iil this group lil Ivviilve vvas Mr C. E johnson
lillii iii' liii llll' lll'.l 'wllllllsuillll vvere Don Erbe, president, George l-lamblln, vice-
presirlliril, Conlon llcIll'.l'll, sl:crixl.lry Second semester officers vvere Art lvlillier,
priifmirlr-nl, lloii llllll, vit ri pirli-s,if,ll-ill, Ioe Warner, secretary-treasurer
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The Lions' Lens is an organization devoted to the photographic arts Under the
able direction ot Mr. Chester l-lolsopple, science teacher, the club studied the art ot
taking pictures, developing, printing, enlarging, and other technical points in photo-
graphy, Some ot the members studied trick photography and tound it very interesting
A tield trip was taken to Palm Canyon near Palm Springs, where the amateur
photographers took some tine shots ot desert scenes. Many color pictures were taken
about the campus, Mr, l-lolsopple took the best ot the club members' pictures tor a
display to be exhibited at school
Otticers were Charles Clark, president, Eugene Wheeler, vice-president, Dawn
First Row: Shutz, l-lansen, Wheeler, Carlson, Toothacre, Perry, Simmons, l-lolsopplfff, Maytield, Fine
Second Row: lnlolsopple, Unger, Pratt, Ciammell, Smith, Stinson, Frank, Hantt, Hughes, Clark,
Front Row: Arizaga. Estrada, Penilla, Gutierrez, Valdez, Martinez, Rivas, Chico, Calvez Second Row:
Bernal, Padilla, Enrique: Arredondo, Arias, Atwater, Ramos, Paredez, Gomez, Marquez, Centeno,
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ln the community ot El Monte, where there are so many Mexican students, such
a club as Los Amigos is needed very much This club was organized to promote triend-
liness and unity among the Mexican students ot the school
Each month the club held two meetings at which they carried on their business
and planned tor the tuture activities
ln February, a very successtul Valentine dance was held in our cateteria.
The otticers tor the tirst semester were Gloria Rivas, president, Salvador Ramos,
vice-president, Mary Chico, secretary, Ben Perez, treasurer. Second semester otticers
were Louis Cuerrero, president, Cloria Rivas, viceepresidentg Beatriz Arizaga, secree
tary, l-lelen Enriquez, treasurer. The capable director ot this group was Mrs Ernesta
Atwater, popular teacher ot Spanish.
The nwenihers ot this club are all girls vvho received a "C" grade or better in the
horne nursing class Instruction is given in practical horne care ot th: sicls, The girls
learn hovv to rnake hospital beds and carry out the duties ot a nurse in the homie.
With the nursing training, a course in first-aid is given. After completing this
study, the girls are presented vvith a card entitling the ovvner to practice tirst-aid in
cases ot ernergencv
The girls obtained tirstvaid kits and made scrap-boolss, as vvell as visiting a hos-
pital and tvvo local health centers
Otticers vvere Elvina Wilson, president, Crace Sorenson, vice-president, Barbara
Sloat, secretary Miss Crladvs Daniels, the school nurse, sponsored the group
First Row: LSILICIX, ltltissrrll, Xrtrlatsnn, llernneina, Sorenson Second Row: Van Roidi, Bond, Fawcett, Pursell
tltah, laCuinIr, Ilanes, Coiuni, Patton Third Row: Xya.Ltfrp,-TJadcl,,Heuclg1,i,IeQNNilson, Cooper, Baker
Daliitrls, Dltl-.SLtIt, lkrlnuit
oat, Lind, Muellerf' ,.
First Row: Lrg-lftrtrrlit, lwtipr- Fttgirg, Cailwrii l't,rnlltat,it', Ciatrri, Sniitli, Nl riirm, Clark, lquucltei Second
Row: l',-ittuir, ldtggiiix, l.rlr,f"a',ltiiigtnn, frrirtrirrwi, lfirt-cli, Again, SIUIIIIVYVI. Iatls, llallett Third Row: Ising,
ftllurn, ltatirrreri, 1,aritlr'r',, Cooper, Xlfatt, linlr-, l-Terrrl, lxia, Danirils, lltnvtti, I-ncliei
Thr' IVlf':fliCal Clulr r'tri'irprjy-,url inatiilx ol sturlvtils vvho vvtslt to lJeCOnte CIOCTOVS
and rrrir",w,, vvas a real wrvice tn its intirnlnzirrs lt vvas orgtniled tor the purpose ot
gaining it Hl'f,'cIltjt' l irovvlrfrlge in the sttlrttj-rt nl pulvlic health and learning more about
rnedrral urhools In rarrv out this aint, they rnade several interesting trips, Thev
have lrin tlirnuglr tlrrr t.t'rreixil ltnspital and the Los Angeles Osteopathic College
Thtimf also viuttrwl .1 lt-pain' colonv
ft! their t'N.t'Illlt:fl 'tt"ttllttQ'w, llitw trail lecturtis on ntanv ot the sulatects that are
r"t'iX't'tttfl Itttwlli ltit'
llitr nlttr r-rn tnr tlir' vear were llenrv Lelirecht, president, Duct. Boucher, vice-
prtrruitlr-irt, ltwrrrrrrrlttr ltrrtv, secrvlarv treasurer The sponsor tor the group vvas lvliss
Crlarlvfu lij.,tltlt'l', llit' Mr linrrl irttrur'
Fi st Row Stewart, Reese, Gradv, l-lale, l-lubble, hlillseth
Madden Hachiva, Todd, Arias, Padilla, Pearson, W
This club was newlv organized at the beginning ot this year under the direca
tion ot lvlrs. Edith lrwin lt is a club whose aim is to turther students interest in
mathematics. No restrictions were put upon those entering the club, but the majority
ot the students were either pupils ot practical math or tirst-year algebra
Although the club was not purelv social, several activities were enioved through-
out the vear, At the meetings, the students worked trick problems ot mathernatics
that were amusing and interesting Reports on the the lives ot tarnous mathematicians
were also given
Otticers tor the tirst semester were as tollovvs Willis Kemble, president, lohri
Gulp, viceepresident, Alphonso Arias, secretary, Barbara Reese, treasurer, Second
semester otticers were victor Cline, president Gloria Nixon, Vice-president, Pat
l-lilseth, secretary, Richard Pearson, treasurer.
Leibig Row:Groriewole, Gulp, Jftillli
irst Row: Psy, Ellis, Scalora, Anderson, l-lale, l-lubble, Reid Second Row: Roy, Fine, Rosen, Mund.
Di lenson, Rosen, Lindel, Pearson, Perry, Reason
Nirconjl lrwin Second Row: Morgari,Iciries, lufloiiirr'
A nrlrr rffiri
Growing to almost twice its torrner size, the Writers' Glub had nearlv twentv
members this year
At their noon meetings, the students discussed and criticized various literarv
contributions submitted bv the members Besides these activities, the Writers Glub
had a representative in the Spelling Bee which was held earlier in the vear Thev also
had a booth at the Lioness-Lion Knight Garnival Something new and stimulating tor
the club was the meeting held with the Scribblers' Glub trom Whittier
Gtticers tor the tirst semester were Goralie Anderson, president, lean Hale, vicee
presidentg lvlvrtle Scalora, secretary-treasurer Second semester otticers were lumi-
nette Perrv, presdent, Richard Pearson, vice-president, Goralie Anderson, sacretcirf
treasurer. The sponsor ot this club was Miss Bertha l.indel, a member ot the English
This group oT boys is oT pracTical service To The school. Ahhough The school had
hall guards lasT year, iT was noT The smooThly running organi:aTion ThaT iT was This year.
newcomers or sTrangers ThaT come To
checla on people in halls during class
emergency ThaT mighT arise.
by The T-lead T-lall Guard, Dick Shovel
The duTies oT The hall guards are To assisT
The school, lceep order in The corridors, and To
Time. They musT also be ready To assisT in any
The guards were chosen Trom STudy Hall
Each period had a T-lead Hall Guard To he responsible Tor all sTudenTs on duTy, 'They
receive one service poinl per semQsTer Tor Their eTTorTs The sponsors oT This group
were Mr, ET L Bergsuoni and lVlr, Paul Hadley.
First Row: Beiesriom, XX.'lXllr7, Pace, T-enneTelT, Nlorelock, Monahan, SmiTh, Renewicls, Wickes, Andruss
Briano, Tlennes, Tladley Second Row: Bexrvseif, Shay, Weiss, Brumbaugh, Roberts, T-TeTling, Rose, Smith
CTaprooT, Third Row: Briano, Iiiye, Angelo, Orlield, T-laskins, Salcamolo, Rowland, T-Ticks, Fox, Temple
son, Briano, Dirlus, lvlenahan, Fox Second Row
First Row: Kline, Thienes, Shim, Wlorelogf
T7lii'ie, Tiir'i',Taill, l3C'TS'I'TT, Sei3lifrT, Shay, SWE
Whal Tool s lilfe a rioiivigiilioii otklfedwoocl Trees coming clown The walks oT our
campus, is none other Than The iwacprflily"oi'e:ini:ed hlialdat cluh, The renuiremenls
Tor rnemlsrership are lh.,iT you law Til lc'asT six Teel Tall and a boy As hflr W. lohnson,
lanlfy sponsor ol The eroiii 1, "This is slr irlly a hoifs cluh. Xlxfe Teel ThaT iT is down-
righr indcifrfnl Toi girls To Tir' Ti-ill lqill, .ind Therelore han Them Trom our socieTyf'
Thr: clull wan oirgj.,iiiifrurl wilh The purpose ol hringine Togeiher alTiTude sniffers
inlo an ore,iiii:,rTinii Toi nirrxfiri- lu The school and To promoTe Tellovvship among high-
slsaricling 'ylTTf'lT"lll'. Sllrriy -iprriiraoriril il lwoolh al The Lioness-Lion KnighT carnival held
Qllirii-is Tor llii'iirg-,1i,iiil,'riTliiiiWeil' Neil Tvlonahan, presidenTg Don Shay, vicevprese
idenlsg and Mir-sxrrfrfll lXflT'ilTlTTVV'., '-,T'r'Tlf'liTTjl'TTCcTST,TT'CT'.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
This is their obiectivei "To prepare ourselves and our characters so that vve
can better fulfill our future positions as leaders of the coming generations," The
constitution of the Future Teachers of America embodies all of the goals and as-
pirations of this progressive group
The F. T. A, vvas organized this year vvith Mrs Dorothy Copeland and Mr Robert
l-licks as sponsors. lt is a branch of a national organization and is a social as vvell
as service club, Our future teachers participated in an all day field trip, visiting
Occidental College, UC L A, and US C,
Officers vvere Pat Patterson, president, Betty lane Sanborn, vice-president, Lynn
lreland, Secretaryg loyce Sherburne, treasurer, and Victor Cline, parliamentarian.
First Row ibottoml 1 Smith, Mckinley Peason, Mathies, Cline, DeLacey Second Row: Stagis, Stagis, Sher-
burne, Ireland, Patterson, Sanborn, Nixon, Valentine Third Row: l-licks, ltlyberg, Mohl, Lucero, Mills,
Washington, l-lawlcins, Wiley tlulst, Wiggins, Hale, Copeland
First Row: Sanford Shaner, Art Esse, 'William Olrleal, Arno Siechort, lohn MacRae, William Rogers
Second Row: Earl llifon, Charles. Pearson, Fred Hill, Fran Gibbs
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Who cleans the canipu dEy?thMatreh t official Kampus Kleanup Days?
Who cleans up after late vvorlfersp lf you dont knovv, vvake upl lt's Mr, l-lill, that
busy man everyone has seen around the campus, and his efficient staff of vvorkers
knovvn as the l'Custodians "
All the members of the custodial staff seem to agree that Sucker Day vvas the
vvorsti Those vveren't baseballs they vvere chasing aroundg they vvere sucker sticks
ln addition to regular duties, the men in olive-drab uniforms help vvith the stage
sets and special pieces of vvork for classes They repair the walls vvhen the plaster
gets knocked off and repaint the rails
We vvell may be proud of our beautiful campus and the men vvho keep it so
The Bus Drivers should be congratulated for the fine vvorls during the past year.
ln spite of the fact that our school is growing by leaps and bounds, Mr. Butler andi
his staff have maintained an efficient standard of transportation for our students.
Besides transporting pupils to and from school, these men have taken our athletic
teams, the band, and other organizations all over southern California.
The Bus Drivers have consistently maintained a friendlv atmosphere and are
highly respected bv everyone on the campus, Mr, William Butler, Superintendent of
Transportation has shovvn that he is a tirst grade executive by the fine bus system
that he has developed The men vvho have done so vvell aiding him are Messrs. William
Staben, lvl O Dillard, Edward Workman, and Carl Soults.
The members of the cafeteria staff hate sorted thi students and faculty ex-
cellently, They skillfully prepared a variety of healthful foods and made it possible
for the patrons of the cafeteria to get more food for their money.
The cafeteria staff has also been helpful in evtraecurricular activities. They
prepared fine breakfasts tor the Lion Knights vvhen nevv Squires and Knights were
initiated Qther groups have also been thankful for their fine service.
The lady vvho has done excellent work as manager of the cafeteria staff is Mrs.
Della Harmon Her skillful assistants are Mrs Carrie Farmer, Mrs lfmelda Emery,
Mrs Marie Douglas, Mrs lsyl Meels, Mrs Evelvn Simpson, Mrs Rebecca l-lall, and
Operating both the portable and the permanent apparatus ot the Public Address
System, Anton Schmalz and Floyd Morrovv were kept very busy, They set up equip-
ment at school assemblies, dances, and at athletic events on the home tield They also
operated it and kept it in excellent condition
George Morse and Mr. li W. johnson were the advisors tor this group George
Morse took care ot all the technical points and helped vvith the actual vvork, Mr
johnson was the head ot the business department and took care ot all requisitions tor
the apparatus and helped set up a schedule tor the use ot the eduipmnt,
The vvork done by these people vvas one ot the most outstanding services per-
tormed on the campus. All those vvho vvere connected vvith it certainly proved their
worth, and are to be commended tor doing it so vvell.
Anton S malz
Clair, Ewan, , Roy Second Row: Russell, Schmalz, Seelert, Stetanich
though this is only the second year in vvhich the Royal Thespians have been
organized, they are very popular. They are chosen tor their outstanding achievements
in the tield ot drama: as actors, actresses, vvriters, techicians, and property ment They
gain experience and practical knovvledge through treduent stage and radio productions.
The Thespians have been largely responsible tor the assemblies and skits broad-
cast over the public address system. They directed and took part in the patriotic
assembly, and acted in Blackout, a play given in May.
Barbara lessen, Virginia Poy, and lack Noble, vvere the only members who had
been in this organization betore this year Miss Alice Weaver dramatics teacher, vvas
the director and sponsor ot this group
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Arnold Saltsbury, Sports Editor.
Bob Potarrsky. Ed.tor Mary Martha Flagtaod, Assoctate Edltorg Vxfalter Kelson, Assistant Edrtorg Marrlym
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Contrary to the procedure ot last year, INK BLOTS was not put
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t it seventh year ot publication l94l has brought a
l.ion's Trail has gone in o s .
new and important innovation-Ma modern and ccmpletely equipped print shop with
that crack linotype man, lvlr, Arthur Danner, in charge, 'lThe journalism statt is proud
ot the tact that Mr, Danner's department and the department ot lvlr, Lahflar l-lill,
which handled all the advertising, worked with the l.ions' Trail in pertect harmony.
We also want to thank lvlr, l-lenry DeCaris and his groups, They handled the finances
and showed us many courtesiesf'
About nineteen "news-hounds" put out the school paper this with Douglas Scott
tilling the job ot editor-in-chiet, Those lucky tew to attain the enviable position ot
star reporter were Shirley Esse, Ted Yano, George Kinoshita, and l-lelen Phelps. One ot
A A ' ' h ld
the most promising workers on the statt is Loren Russell, who is slated to o an im-
portant post on Nye ole sheet" next year
The Lions' Trail policy has continued to be complete coverage ot news tor the
tour important groups ot readersg students, alumni, taculty, and community The statt
says, "lt we have succeeded in doing a good iob ot this, the credit is due in a large
measure to our superintendent, Robert S. l-licks, who was never too busy or absorbed
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-- - is MARY MQRTHA RACLAND
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, lAMES MCCOLLUM
,sy Busness Manager
The most outstanding contribution to the l94l Trails
4' nd is the addition ot a second and third Color to the annual. The colors, blue and
Js iashave been spotted strategically throughout the book to give a pleasing variation
to the blacks
Manv other improvements have been made in the veareboolq In contrast to the
past annuals, the statt decided upon a simple design which would give tthe book a
refined touch, The suave, gray cover, highlighted vvith a distinguished gold emblem,
set the tone ot the book The addition ot eight more pages has made a larger number
ot intormal pictures possible. Other improvements are the inclusion ot curved and
angled pictures to give Contrast to the ordinary horizontal and vertical lines, and the
revision ot the Club section,
The Trails End statt vvishes to thank its advisors, Mrs, Clara Hollovvell, Mrs,
Ruth Mayer, Mrs, Madeline l-lallev, Mr Thomas Rotter and others lor their help on
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This mighty Varsity team gave El Monte its first basketball charnpionship in
twenty-three years and the first Southern California second place in any sport in El
Montes athletic history
Their constant practice showed itself in the excellent basketball that they played
The Lions lost but two League games, making thern co-champions with Burbank EI
Monte played a total of twenty-eight garnes, winning twenty-two,
El Monte entered the Southern California Play- ry W A P 9 V
offs and defeated St, Anthony, 38-26, and Corona, A f'ff' T T ' I W
26-2l In the finals, the Lions were stopped by M A
Tustin, 23-lf? ,
The players on the Varsity that received honors
were Captain Cal Shull, first-string forward on the
All-League tearn, Cene Daniels, firsta string guard
on the All-League and C l E tearns, jiniinie
Morrison, secondastring forward on the All-League
tearri, and first-string on the C I, E, team, and Neil
Monahan, captain-elect for next year
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V940 EI Monte gridiron fans saw one of the lightest and smallest EI Monte Varsity
Football teams that ever entered the field against opposing teams. l-lowever, this
handicap was overcome through excellent coaching, constant practice, and fine team-
work, The final result was a fast team that varied its plays well and bewildered its
The Lions played the pre-season games, winning those against Fullerton and Al-
hambra, and losing one in the Rosebowl to Glendale-l-loover, The Lion eleven entered
the first league fray with Montebello, the "Oilers" losing by a score of l3gO. The
Burbank Bulldogs were the next victims of the El Monte Machine, bowing to a score
. s cl T
The Annual Armistice Day game between the Lions and the Colts of Covina
dashed El Monte hopes for the league championship, the Lions losing a close game
by a score of 6-7 El Monte dropped the next game to the South Pasadena team by
a score of lf?-Zl The Lions played the final game of the season with the Monrovia
Wildcats, the latter finishing on the short end of a l9-ll score,
Outstanding honors of the season went to Dicls Boucher, guard, who was chosen
most valuable noan and honorary captain, Other players who played a great deal for
El Monte were Diclc laclson and Boy Erickson, endsg Buhl Palmer and Gene Bauer,
tackles, Harvey Pattersolt, guard, Richard Watson, centerg Don Rhode and Dick Shove
at right and left half spotsg Yodomi Olsumura, fullbackg and Cordon Warwick, quarter-
Finishing the football season with an undefeated record, the local lightweights,
through work and sweat, accomplished a feat which has not been eciualed since V930 -
they brought to El Monte a San Gabriel Valley League championship The "B" team,
under the dynamic coaching of George Phelps, posted up an excellent record of three
wins, two ties, and no losses The tie games, however, were awarded to the Lions in
favor of first downs.
Scores of the various league games played were El Monte l3r Montebello Og El
Monte l4, Monrovia l2g El Monte O, Burbank Og El Monte 32, Govina og El Monte 6,
South Pasadena 6.
Outstanding players of the HB" team were Gene Smith, centerg Don Morton,
tackleg and lack Dennison, half-back.
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Led by Go-captains, Eugene Briano, left half, and Keith Bull, right half, the Lion
rnidgets went through an undefeated season
The locals defeated Whittier, winners of the Foothill League, twice, the scores
being 2l -6 and 25-l9 Next, the Lions overpowered Fullerton, winners of the Sunset
League, by a score of l3-7 Neither Whittier nor Fullerton had been scored upon
previous to their engagements with El Montes 'TG' team Gther teams beaten were
Bonito, 6-O, Citrus, l3-2, Mark Keppel, 38-O, and Govina, l9-Oc
Promising future varsity material are Eugene Briano, left halfg lohn Yamamoto,
right endg lack Barton, left endg john Gook, guardg Bill Lunwan, centerg and Bill To-
keshi, blocking half
The El Monte Varsity began their league olay by beating Montebello, 31-lo, The
Lions drove on to deteat Monrovia and Burbank in close battles by lS-l9 scores. The
Covina Colts stooped the Lions momentarily by upsetting us in a game which ended
24-26 The mighty varsity recovered, hovvexer, and ended the tirst round by beating
South Pasadena 34-22
In the second round, El Monte conquered Montebello and Monrovia by the scores
ot 27-23, and 26-24, respectively. Fighting hard, the Lions lost the next game to
Burbank, the score being 26-27, This deteat oractically dashed the Lions' hooes tor
the League Crovvn, but they tought on, vanouushing Covina, S9-l8, and South Pasa-
dena, 43-33 Burbank, n'eanvvhile, had been beaten by Montebello, and thus El Monte
and Burbank becante co-champions
The HB" basketball leant succeeded in developing soine tine basketball platters
during the past year Willt a little inore experience, these bots should ntake tune,
ln the tirst tvvo league encounters, the Lions lost to the Montebello Oilers, 3l -25,
and to the Monrovia Wild Cats, 27-2S The "Bs" then took a 20-l7 loss from Bur-
banl Bull Pups but cante back and beat the Covina "l3's,l', 27-2l The Lions then.
drorrbed three gantes in a rovv to South Pasadena, hflontebello, and Monrovia Still
shovving blentx. ol light, tthe El Monte lightvteights returned to beat Burbank in a
2l -l3 gtrne and Covina in a 34-22 game
The "B" coach vvas the popular Mr Charles XrVilliants Outstatnding on this teani
vvere Captain lack Dennison, high point nian and center, Don McCullough and lack
Barton, torvvards, and Lee johnson, guard
The "C" basketball team vvas late in getting organized and consequently had
very little time tor practice, The El Monte MCs", hovvever, making up in tighting
vvhat they lacked in developed ability,
They beat Puente by the score ot l2-lO in a practice game, and vvon a Close
league game vvith South Pasadena, the score being i9-iS, The little Lions vvere in
turn beaten by league opponents, Covina, l3-l-l, 9-log Monrovia, lo-l8g and South-
Yasuo Shimoguchi vvas Captain tor the season, Bob Murray and Morilfavva vvere
high point men,
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Led by Captain lohn Yamamoto, the El Monte baslaetball sduad vvon the
title ot Co-champions, along vvith Monrovia and Covina, inspired by such shooting as
was displayed by Bill l-lavvlfins vvho scored a total ot 20 points in one game, the lightf
weights nipped the Alhambra Moors, i7-4. Puente bovved to the Lions, 34-3 l-lad the
El Monte sduad been able to beat Covina in the close llll score, they vvould have
become holders ot the title Mr, Lester Mclvichols was coach ot this live-wire
With only two returning lettermen as a nucleus tor the I9-ll Varsity Baseball
team, Coach William Duncan has succeeded in building up a strong squad.
After two weeks ot hard practice, the El Monte Varsity met Fullerton in their
opening practice game, They lost their game ll-6, Citrus, Whittier, and Alhambra
also defeated the Lions, The El Monte horsehiders tinally hit their stride and won
their game with Excelsior 2-I. The Varsity went on to beat Brea Olinda I2-6 in the
annual Pomona 20-30 Club Tournament The tirst league game was dropped to
Outstanding players on the l94l Varsity were Roy Erickson, pitcher, Bill Pierson,
catcher, limmy Morrison, shortstop, Cordon Wright, K eth Siegfried, and Oene
Daniels, utility men, Tod Davis, stellar third-baseman, d Lorenzo Silyas, freshman
The mastertul and able coaching ot Mr Ceorge W Phelps together with a deter-
mined group ot tulure "greats" predicted a successtul season tor the lunior Varsity.
Working with a host ot "rookies" who practiced Saturdays and through the Easter
Vacation, Coach Phleps developed a well organized nine capable ot winning the title,
The boys, like true Lions, put their "all" into the games
Because their league didn't start until late in the spring, the locals enioyed a long
schedule ot practice games Anong Monte's more important "exhibitions" were with
Excelsior, Mark Keppel, Whittier, and Bonita,
Some boys that showed particular talent in either the hitting, tielding, or base
running departments were Don McCullough, Eugene Smith, Dick Morgan, and Robert
This year the El Monte Varsity souad, led by Captain Neil George, entered one ot
the most active seasons ever undertaken by a school tennis team, Prior to the opening
ot the League competition, the Lions played many severe practice matches, in vvhich
they were victorious in eight out ot thirteen games Teams vvhich met deteat at the
hands ot the home team included Pasadena junior college, Cathedral, Orange, Fuller-
ton, and Excelsior.
ln the League race, a tour vvay battle vvas vvaged tor the championship, in which
El Monte met the best that Montebello, South Pasadena, and Burbank had to otter,
The team included as singles players, I-lahn, Morelock, Pace, Millier, and Rhodeg
the doubles players vvereffleorge and Nakama, Chidester and Lennetelt, and Garrison
and I-licks, With only three men leaving the varsity squad, the prospect tor the next
year seems to be the brightest that it has been tor many years.
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Boasting the largest group ot treshmen that had ever turned out tor tennis at
El Mgrirgv the iunior varsity tennis squad, led by LaVerne Thienes, tinished a very
successful and vvell-rounded season
ln the practice games vvhich tormed the prelude to the San Gabriel Valley League
campaign, the Lions met such strong opposition as Santa Ana, Grange, Exselsior, Full-
erton and Citrus, ln these matches, a total of more than thirty men savv action, due
to the tact that Coach Paul l-ladley believes in using as many ditterent players as
DOES The League competition developed into a stitt tight among Montebello, South
Pasadena, and El Monte. Outstanding players vvho seemed likely to till varsity posi-
tions next year were LaVerne Thienes, Cordon Hughes, Earl Pollard, Al Clemmer, and
Winning the San Cabriel League by nearly a two-to-one score over all their
opponents, the Lion's track team, led by three champions, Captain Harry Wall, lack
Nelson, and lesus Centeno, went the second season in a row undefeated.
Outstanding marks were set by Captain l-larry Wall---"lOO" in l0.0 flat, the "22O"
in 22.00, and the broad lump-22 tt., lack Nelson, "l2O" high-hurdles in l5.4, "l2O"
low-hurdles in l3,7, high lump-5 tt. lO in.
Besides making a new school record in the pole vault with a jump ot l2 tt., l
l5fl6 in., lesus Centeno did the "l2O" high-hurdles in l'5.7, "l2O" low-hurdles in
l3.S, Dick Boucher made a new school record at the shot put with a throw of 47 tt.,
ll in. tollowed closely by Lawrence Briano,
The Lion relay team, composed ot Dick Shoye, D' Smith, Fred Barton, and
l-larry Wall, won the Chattey open relay. L
ln the tirst league meet, the Lions took the lylontebello Drlers into camp by a
Bl 2X3 - l2 U3 yictory, The proposed "toughie" between the highly touted Monrovia
Wildcat spikesters was called oft because ot rain at the conclusion ot tiye events
At the time the score already read 33 - l2 in tayor ot the Lions, Burbank was the
next to tall under the barrage ot Lion points. The meet saw Fred Barton, hurdler
extra-ordinary, cover the l2D low barrier race in l34
660 yards in l Bl el minutes, With the loss ot their
hurdler, the Lions took on the South Pasadena Tiger
Barton tlew the hundred yard dash in lDO seconds.
broad jumped QD tt, ll3f4 in., a new school record.
This year's array ol stars included lack Dennison
and Lowell Smith. ' D
seconds. Robert l-laggerman ran
star player, lack Dennison, high
and eked out a 49 - 46 victory.
Norman Nlorein, another junior,
Dean Kring, Robert l-laggerman,
With some of the finest individual stars, this year's UC" track team won all but
one league meet, being defeated only by the strong Burbank team. The score in this
tussle was 39 U3 - 37 UZ.
Some of the outstanding members of the team were Captain Eugene Briano in
the pole vault and centuryg Senior Keith Bull, who was expected to capture the all
Southern California 'l66O" titleg Bessera in the WOO", Nagai in the low hurdlesg Bob
Murray in the high iumpg Yano in the pole vaultg Yamamoto and Shimaguchi in the
broad iumpg and Rowland and Tokeshi in the shot put.
Behind this fine performance was undoubtedly the work of lvlr, Lynn Nearpass
coaching the track events and lvlr tlarold C Webb coaching the field events.
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Garret, pioneered gi ngw gpgff at El Monte These boys gave of their own time and
money to practice at a private swimming pool Although the swimming teamldid not
belong to a league, it succeeded in getting enough meets to give ll DVSCBCG 'B meet
Swtmmmg lndrcafigm were that with proper coeooeration in the future, the senior
members of this swimming team will form the nucleus ofa team C3Df3l?l9 Of Compellllg
in a league. Boys that showed talent at swimming were Eddie Davidson, freestyle,
Bill Seelert, breast stroke, Anton Cchmalz, breast stroke, lohn Echols, back stroke,
Don Echols, freestyle and back tro
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The executive povver of the Cirls' Athletic Association is embodied in the CAA.
Council, It directs the activities of girls' athletics, and makes all regulations concern-
ing the organization.
The officers for this vear vvere Alma Sievers, president, Peggy Ofonner, vice-
presidentg and Barbara Mueller, secretary-treasurer, The officers vvere assisted bv
other members, namely lvlartha Qtagis, social secretary, and the following activity
chairmen Kathrvn Todd, publicitvg Gloria Cibbs, vollevballg Alta Beaston, baseball,
Catalina Cutierez, hoclfevg Marv lriye, Speedballg and Ernestine lvletsinger, Strollers
These girls are responsible for the work concerning their respective positions
lt is the CAA Council who plans the play-off rules for each sport, the tourna-
ments, the plav-davs, and the banquets Thev also arranged the plav-davs in lanuary
and in April, and sponsored the Co-ed Play-dav in lvlav
A new girls' sport has been added to the C. A. A. curriculum this year, unden
the direction ot lvliss Fisk.
l-leadstands, cartwheels, and torward rolls were some ot their routines. They
strive to obtain good torm and appearance in all positions,
A special performance was given at the Sophomore Frolic by Ernestine lvletsinger.
Those interested came out tor practice two nights a week during the semester,
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The co-eds ot E U l-l S can play baseball too lt's not only the boys who win
Teams were chosen from each class during the day, Four diamonds were available
tor the girls' use The regular sottball rules were observed in all games played during
This year, as ot previous years, baseball ranks high in the sports lineup
Only iunior and senior girls who care to, may join in Cb A. A archery, a sport
that builds up the arms and shoulders, and corrects poor posture. The bows used by
the girls haye a bull ot seventeen to twenty-eight pounds.
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Want to shoot? All right, stand with your side to the target, elbows as high as
your shoulder, thumb iust below the ear, tips ot the two middle tingers on the string,
and the lett arm straight out be sure the odd teathers ot the arrow are pointed out.
l3ullbac3l1 on the string, and let it go straight tor the target, making a bull's-eye, Thats
not all talk, girls. You can learn too, it you come out next year,
AlThough This is one of The besT ouTdoor games, noT many girls Turned ouT Tor
play. IT seemed as Though many ThoughT The game was a llTTle Too rough. because'
The game is TasT and exeihng, The girls were afrard oT hayung Their shlns Injured
Those who were sTull willing To conTlnue, played Two nughTs a yyeel Tor eighT
weeks, lnTer-class games were also played
Speedball IS a sport ThaT has been known To El lvlonle slnee The C A A was or-
ganized. Slfsrll, sporTsmanshlp and Technique are yyhaT The glrls sTrlye Tor WlTh coop-
eraTlon among The players, any Team can yyrn
Myl ThaT rauny yyeaTher was a Terrlble Thlng The glrls were ehlsled ouT oT a
season oT speedball The rain lusT wouldn'T cease long enough Tor The gurls To geT Tn
eyen one game Well, glrls, don'T be Too dlscouraged, maybe TT yyon'T raun new year.
Basketball again received an amazing acclaim by the girls. Dyer two-hundred
girls participated in this sport. Since each sport followed a different theme, basketball
chose the Indian theme. Indian names were chosen for each team, The outstanding
freshman, sophomore, junior and senior players were selected to play the final games,
The girls' basketball season ended with a banquet honoring the winning teamsg
the setting of this banquet was a feast in an Indian village.
This year, the girls played a two-court game with six players: three of which
were guards and three were forwards. It was faster than the three-court games and
much more exciting, Now, the girls' game is almost as exciting as the boys'.
The outdoor courts which were so hoped for last year have been added to the
Every day during the season many students enjoy the tast game of badminton, At
all the C, A. A. Play-days, this sport has been played and enjoyed to the fullest extent,
lt properly played, the game is both strenuous and exciting, Perhaps this is the reason
tor its ever-increasing popularity.
Oh, that rain' lt put an end to the volleyball practice in the middle ot the season
again this year, Even though it was rainy, a great spark ot enthusiasm was created
among the players. The games were played in each class during the day and alter
school twice a week, Several new rules were brought into use this years
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To assemble 3000 pictures is no small taski to identity the people is even less small, All this
and many other jobs in connection with the Annual have been done by students behind-the-
scenes, Publicity has not been theirs tor the work they have done and the contributions they have
made, but all this is recognized by the editors and the sponsors. Among these students there should
be mentionedg Lauretta Weddle, Audrey Parrick, Norma lean Young, Katherine l-looker, Margaret
Beesley, Verna Collier, Norma Zehner, Leonie Foltzer, Margaret Novvell, Donna Tolman, Wanda Lee
Davis, Dorothy Weathers, Gloria Rivas, Gertrude Boyce, Lois Brooks, leanne Olsen, Elsie l-lamilton,
Connie Aguinaga, Phyllis Bixler, Alma Cieraghty, and Kaoru Nagai. Alphabetizing, sorting, tiling,
mounting, typing, classifying have been daily jobs tor vveeks and months tor these students
An Annual costs more to produce than the students pay tor their books, To help make up this
deficit, the business houses ot the community are canvassed and many ot their names are listed here-
in as Patrons The tollovving students have handled this part ot the book this yeari Doris Clayton,
Dorothy Tyra, Shirley Wilson, Mary Ellen Dolan, Bernice Atvvood, and Elynor Valentine,
On this page too, there should be mentioned those on the advertising statt ot the Annual, most
ot the posters were made in the Art Department by Larry Smith, limmy Marugg, and Louie Sakamoto,
The outside advertising was done by Roberta l-lanley, Katherine Kaiser, lack Nulton, and Richard
Norton, A couple ot skits vvere given during bulletin period by Dorothy l-lall, and l-lelen Phelps, trom
the Radio Speech classg other skits and announcements vvere made by Shirley Clair, Betty lo Cooke,
Alberta Dooley, Tanyss Crundy, Florene Dickenson, Mary Ellen Dolan, and Shirley Wilson. A group
ot musical numbers by the Saxophone Quartette trom Mr, Brovvn's Department climaxed the adver-
tising program over the sound system,
The plans tor the Annual noon dance were handled by Barbara Bryant, Alma lean Stanton, Norma
Brostedt, and Annabel Brown, this meant the issuance ot program tickets to all vvho placed their
orders tor an Annual, as vvell as plans in connection with prizes tor dravvings, etc. Loren Trautlott
was the holder ot the lucky number and won this prize
The representatives ot the ditterent rooms deserve special mention tor a big job vvell done. To
them tell the duty ot collecting the dimes and the dollars and depositing these amounts. This group
ot students tound themselves handling real money, and the necessity to do some real record-keeping.
These students vverei Beverly Marsheck, Elynor Valentine, Delores Colduitt, Alberta Dooley, lohnnie
l-lelton, Larry Smith, Ceraldine Bruton, Russell McMurphy, Patsy lackson, Elvin Bevington, Dick Shove,
Frederick Barton, I-larold Meadows, loe Parker, Bob Novakovich, lean Patzman, jimmy Mattheis, Wayne
Duerdon, Dorothy Ogle, Frank Morales, Betty lane Proctor, Margaret McCray, Uke Miyagi, Kenneth
Dutro, Bonnie l-lolst, Audrey Parrick, lrmgard Krebs, lohn Strinz, Richard Pearson, Mildred Page, lean-
nette Perry, Lennis Camble, lean Stem, Frank Weiss, l-lenry LeBrecht, Sue Starr, Alta Beaston, lune
Cooper, lean Severs, Ceorge Kinoshita, Certie Larson, Al Stout, Bill Stem, Marian Flurst, lane Picker-
ing, Lucille Anderson, Raymond McGregor, l-larry Wall, Ayako Kinoshita, Doris Clayton, LaVora Bro-
shar, Mildred Shove, Stanley Smith, lza Rusher, David Muhlstein, Maxine Kersten, Shirley Trunk, Bob
Smith, and lohn Remmers.
The bookkeepers and the bankers have been Norma Brostedt, Darlene johnson, Peggy Koch,
Francis Tucker, lerry Bruton, loyce Dodson, and Marie Lind. To them tell the real task ot making
their books balance vvith the cash taken in each day,
To many others belongs credit, and to all who helped, even it not named herein, the editors
and sponsors owe a debt ot gratitude,
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