El Monte High School - Trails End Yearbook (El Monte, CA)

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N DRED TY TW darn' ow. rLe.ZT ear. Lage' Ffqqh, 'PS 4, was aa! A dw J' If V" ',' I' J' X ' 1' Y U , ft D 1 J . ' , ' ill' 1 JJ 'L . 7,114 f ox v- 1 , MVIJ: 1 1 , . i "'l JV fx! 1, -l ltr J A x'-1 X if I T H E T R A I L ' s E N D NI ETEEN HUN AND Fon - o fry lg., f, I 4- V ,. V - Q , .- 5 7fX'1,Q ifffk-1.121 N - ' Af 5 4 1 .' . . . -. . if l ' " Y 'u' 0 . '- 1 N ' X I X .:.. 52-.Z ' , R f 1 Q 5 f 1 X O Q f s iff .. T2 PUBLISHED ANNUA-LY BY THE STUDENT BO TRAILS END as I . A'L , , 1, OF EL MONTE HIGH SCHOOL, EL MONTE, CALI IA 3 1 1 , x I f I 7 I 1 ' 4 ju M J f JJ cfiiift WM jgyk FCDREWQIQD As another eventful year draws to a close we present this an nual Trail s End as a study in pictures This year has seen a world embroiled in conflict A new regime scheduled to war time and defense changed the regular school atmosphere into earnest endeavor toward victory. A new consciousness of America's greatness arose: pride in our democratic principles of government was evidentg ioy in our country's freedom filled the atmosphere, an appreciation of our splendid cultural heri tage was developed. With flags flying and hearts high, "Trail's End" says, "God Bless America." v - I . - ,wi 1 ' u ' xrfpj ,ijj YI if!! ,J QI " i ' ,U . X V j 7, N , if '51 Jil ' -f Y . ' A- 1 fi. , ' X J 1 i . 1 'X I xj 5 ,I -f i 1 5 1 J 'nf in, fl 6 ,ff y ' ' ffl IM J", "ij jjj D J .1 ,- 'J ffffi if 5 , W J ,f w .J . X Us ' A . ff ,sf JJ lx J f 'X jf, ,Wi y , '9 ' ll If .K fXf ff 6- ' F I ' J ' L ' Q ' .' .fi A il J l 7 I -' 1 L , ' ' x x-XJ f f I - ll ' 1 ll ' ' ' 1 I ' O , 1 I N 1 T ' n ADMINISTRATION W' .fix f I I ww JUQ' CLASSES "' 1. f A I ACTIVVHES J . - ' ' I ATHLETICS FEATURES I ' I , GLENN SMITH, Editor . . . MARIAN HURST and FRANCIS GUESS, Associoie Editors 6 N I I d X 1 5 X. . 4 .- 4 V If f C I x x X, . , T E NT S f .deff cf .ZCQCL fc! C I VIQITAQTEIMIMGA 7 fu, QfV'f , rg F' . ff , V ,ZW , gl, i f . fu 5 filsL,,D -V . . Q Q, 43 ,I , E I - ' ,- V A fag. 4 f ' , fx ., - I f 'M' f ' D Q U ,W . .- x . I . 2 fs ' 9' X ' f px of , K. In - XY ny ' Q hi ' , I I LQ AV Mrs! 1 x ' ' 1 f ,tj XM, Q A fl Q 4 ,X ' X N L wx. P ,, ri -Qi rw . . A ADMIIXIISTRATICDN We have been frequently reminded that "time marches on," and so it does. Not one of us would have it otherwise, even if he could so order it. We live in a time frame of reference. If this were not so, then there would be no such thing as memory, and how we do cherish the gift of memory, the ability to recall names and to identify them with the faces of friends and acquaintances! The fact that we do sometimes forget makes a book like "Trail's End" have considerable value to us, and it will grow in value as the years come and go. "Trail's End" will remind us many times of one of the most interesting and eventful year in the history of our high school. Let us be grateful that we have been given the privilege of working and playing together throughout this school year with so few of the blessings and conveniences of life denied us. It may be that we do face a day of uncertainty, a day piled high with difficulty, but I am sure that we shall rise to meet it with courage born of faith and confidence, with true perspective and singleness of purpose. Let us be grateful for the honor of a hard task in a difficult day. Cordially, R. S. H. ROBERT s. HICKS, SUPERINTENDENT The Board of Trustees, or the "power behind the throne," includes Supt. Robert S. Hicks, Harold E. Pearson, clerk, W. S. Rohn, Caryll Pitkin, Edith Stelhorn, and E. M. Thurber, president. We respect these people as we respect no other organization, as they are the ones who are responsible for the school. These persons are rarely seen by the students or faculty, but are vitally important to the faculty and student body, giving us things we would not have otherwise. lO s , I I , fi 1 M X PCDWERS Tl-IAT BE 'Q' x fm- W-Q-la MR PEARSON MR THURBER NR RAHN MRS STELHORN MR PITKIN ,fl L 7 1' ' I 4 f r xg L ! f IT 11 f ,X 1 f ,J fl lyk: I' 4 ti' ,' , 'M ' LU 'A 4 f Q' ' ' 1 - 4 f .4 . V! ,xg ' ,fl A f' J 1 'Ll if R 1 f R fl' 212 For four years we have been friends. Now you are going away. Precisely what you will do, where you will go, what high adventures will be yours, even you cannot say. But this much is true, and apprehensible: something of what you be- came here, you will remain. You may easily forget most of the facts you learned, and the theories, even the skills may escape you. But what you became here you must, in a very real sense, forever be. On that foundation you will build your house. Education evades concrete definition, it lives only in its evidence. I sincerely believe that the evidence of your lives will prove the value of your education here. But you will understand that I speak in terms of qualities and not things, there is no other you. WT? ' ' I B. L. Bergstrom, Principal i' , I El Monte Union High School ' I MARGARET CROSBY, DEAN OF GIRLS B. L. BERGSTROM, PRINCIPAL . The school year of 1941-1942 is pictured for you in this book. Here you will find cherished memories captured in ink and imprisoned on paper. As you turn the pages you will recall classes, games, and activities that you shared with your friends. I am grateful for the opportunity of sharing them with you, and to all of you I wish the best of luck! Wherever you are during the coming years, may you remember this year at E.U.H.S. with pleasure. Sincerely, I Margaret Crosby, Dean of Girls El Monte Union High School . GUI? PIQINCIP I speak of the evidence of your qualities. In that f A I I have the profoundest faith. For that is you, and ' fl" ' ,. ,,,, J GERALD O. RISINGER, DIRECTOR OF ADULT EDUCATION Best wishes for the Class of 1942. Many of you will assume your share of the country's defense soon after graduation, whether it be in the armed services or in war production. One of the prin- cipal obiectives of adult education now is "pro- duction for victory." To this end the greater por- tion of the program is directed, and many men and women are being trained under working conditions for early employment in war indus- tries. Graduates who desire to take this training will be welcome at the National Defense Train- ing office. FRANK J. MOUNTAIN, BUSINESS MANAGER Before this ink is dry, we shall be saying fare- well to one more class of graduates. When the last diploma has reached its owner, these former students will then realize that it was not a mis- take to call the ceremony marking their exit, "Commencement," The whole world, a stormy one, lies before them. A serious lite now begins. What has already taken place-school history -is recorded here. Ambition, talent, achievement and enthusiasm are reflected from these pages. A bit more effort might have meant a better scholar, a faster race, or a larger score. But all of that is over now, except the pleasant mem- ories and lasting friendships, which extend be- yond these pages. Sincerely yours, Frank J. Mountain Al. AND COUNSELQRS I3 GRKEIQS Y U' do 55. K, RE GIST FROM LEFT TO RIGHT MISS MISS MRS. MRS. MISS MRS. MRS. MISS MISS MISS MRS. STAMMER JONES McCRUMMEN ANDERSON MARTIN REED HORINE IRWIN DERIGO KINDLER COPELAND RA FACULTY MISS WILLAH ALSPAUGH MISS COSETTE ANDERSON MRS ERNESTA ATWATER MRS INDIA BONNEY if DR FLEDA BRIGHAM MR HAROLD BROWN MRS RUTH CALVERT MISS EOMA CLEMANS MR WILBUR COKE MRS CHOENS MISS GLADYS DANIELS MR ARTHUR DANNER MR HENRY DeGARIS MISS ISABEL DINSMOOR MISS ALPHA DUNCAN MR ARTHUR EDMONDS MISS GRETCHEN EVANS MISS AILEEN FISK ny..- I FACULTY FACES YQ Mr. Willard Goodhue Mr. Joseph Herrell Miss Robbie Hopkins 16 A? Q Vx ,V EVE, ,,.: ,eg Mr. Paul Hadley Mrs, Madeline Halley Mrs. Gertrude Hess Mr. LaMur Hill Miss Rufh Hopkins Mr. Max lrelcnd W' is 54 is Mr. Chose Harper Miss Enger Hillix Mrs. Edith Irwin Mr. Word Hcrlman Mrs. Clara Hollowell Mr. Gilberf Johnson f2"5 ff ' -af ', Mr. Roberf Hough Mr. Chester Holsopple Mr. John W, Johnson l ' AW vw-ye 7 . S Mr, Fred Jones Mrs. Ruth Moyer Mr. George Phelps Mr. George Schneider Miss Emma Taylor Miss Alice Wever .ir 0 4 " Q - , .454 R W x Q Jli, ,,., . r. pri, Ja . ,fy . 9 157g l inau- Q Q. 545' "2' Q 'Z "' Q. , K 'Qaxv rrr- ryL Mrs. Carolyn Keller Miss Katherine Miller Mr. Edward Post Miss Namie Sharp Mr. Brooks Thompson Mr. Charles Williams mari -qgr' Mrs. Ethel Klingerman Mrs. Maryetta Murray Mr. Thomas Potter Miss Willa Sherwood Mr, Morlm Urner Mrs. Florence Cawood Miss Bertha Lindel Mr. Lynn Neorpcss Mrs. Katherine Putn Mrs. Bertha Skovma Mr. G. L. Wahlquist Mrs. Claire Bennett W.. ... . , .- vm ---v -Mr bv 1 , -'sn Miss Kathleen McNally Miss Helen Nelson Miss Virgina Reeder Mrs. Eva Spencer Miss Flora Birdeno Walters Mrs, Alice Wolvin 1 . vhw Mr. Lester McNichols Mr, Vernon Patterson Mrs. Ouida Rice Mr. Amos Stetler Mr. Harold Webb X.-4 '..X -"l K v Patterson Vice-Pres. Bill Norton, Vice-Pres. Guess Annual Bob Nims, Newspaper Tyra Lnonesses Dick Watson, Lion Knights COMMISSI ASSOCIATED STUDENTS AND COMMISSION. Backed and aided by a hard-working, coopera- tive group of fellow officers, popular Loren Rus- sell, as president, conducted the affairs of the Associated Students for the first semester of the 1941-42 school year. A campaign rally assembly, carried on in the manner ofa large political con- vention, was a highlight of Loren's term. Pat Pat- terson, as vice-president, Joyce Dodson, as secre- tary, and Betty Corwin, as commissioner of finance, fulfilled their duties as officers most commendably. Loren brought honor to our school by his being elected president of San Gabriel Valley Student Officers' Conference. Joyce Dodson, Secretary Victor Cline, Newspaper Jack Robson, Lion Knights . s q ON Jack Barry, also very prominent in school ac- tivities, was elected president for the second se- mester. Bill Norton, as vice-president, Mary Helen Akin, as secretary, and Neil Monahan, as com- missioner of finance, worked efficiently for El Monte High School. The getting of "EImo," that charmingly fero- cious lion mascot, was one of Jack's many achievements. Miss Robbie Hopkins, faculty adviser for the commission, is, in a great part, responsible for the smooth management of Associated Student affairs. Mary Helen Akin, Sec. Bill Stem, Boys' Athletics Sue Starr, Scholarship Bill Houghton, Yell leader Betty Corwin, Finance Fred Barton, Boys' Ath. Judy Perry, G.A Jack Barry, Scholarship James Fortune, .A. I sincerely hope that my term of office during the first semester met with the expectations that were held for me. If so, may I take this oppor- tunity to express my appreciation to those who so ably helped with the fulfillment of those ex- pectations during the fall term. Your Vice-Presi- dent Pat Patterson, Secretary Joyce Dodson, and each commissioner served with cooperation that was tops. Without their help l'm sure that any success we did achieve would have been impos- sible. Miss Robbie Hopkins, our faculty adviser, was our greatest help, and her endless hours of effort in our behalf were greatly appreciated. LOREN RUSSELL, A.S.B. PRESIDENT, FALL In years to come, when you are looking back on this ol' annual, it may be the only remembrance of the really swell times you had in El Monte High. If in any way we could help you to remem- ber the pleasant things-those things that bring a twinkle or a tear to your eye-we would like to do it, it would fulfill the purpose of the book and make a perfect ending to an enioyable term of office. At this time I would like to thank every teacher and student for his help and cooperation. You will never know the pleasure and the grand experiences that you have afforded me. So, to all my friends, I would like to say: Carry on in the American way. JACK BARRY, A.S.B. PRESIDENT, SPRING 1 3 fp , 5 9 9?--X if I onohan Finance Louis Guerrero Activities George Kmoshnta Act ties Billy Saltonstall, Assem. Don Brock, Assemblies Glenn Smith Ann Stagus Girls Lg Don Garrison Boys Fed Virginia Nichols Don Waddell, Nat. Def. Ray Cox, National Def. VIYQIHIC 0 Connor Flag bearers Lionesses . - y ' ' , . . ,I U If 1 -in 1' I, xr' 1' -fb' 'I ' V! BUYS .14- 'Sgr I 20 ,-5 'J 6' pig: 'E FEDERATIQN -afmfaw v 3 'fn- ga Nv- 4 A ffwgaagyq me a' X13 M 'Q' QW 7 N ' "' f 2 . g mf - 1 ' ,V 5 Jr: nl, W, 7? r! I 4' ,, , 17' an w ,, 3 :,.. gZ'E'-my 3 ' f ,,AA is TL ' , 'G 'fr V j -2 3 I five 1 , LY , Z ,..1 in H I If ..:,-, :Zi A fl H Lt . 9, 15' If A Z AAI, M 'X O f J, I .- wb . A ff: -1, 2 ji 1 ,. Y 5 x ' ' ' ' -1 I T 45 4' , .2 - .. A ' A gf if 545 -1 "1'.5V , ff .15 t I 45? M - , I ,fx , f 1 A '5'-Z ' V H 'K Q ' ' A"' ---. 1 '- ' ' ,A . 7 ,I , ,Zi Q I ' 1 A! , 2- . El M. xy: . I-z. Y Hx ,V M: I V :Q -:v.: 25. ,FY N "Q A QQ Q .QE 4 . . '33 3? I .V "' 6 , 1 f- , , .JV 'L 1 "7 ' , 'V -f ' he an - - "-- W . - 4 "' I : .' U k 5. .V X F X y 'TQ iv 5 M l The Boys Federation has ably promoted an assisted the actlvltles of the boys In the high school It has helped these fellows understand and assume civic responsibilities and maintain for themselves hugh standards and morale Under the sponsorship of Mr George Phelps the Federation grew to become one of the finest organizations on the campus The officers for the past year have been President Jack Dennison Vice President Bill Norton Vice President Don Garrison Secretary Treasurer Jack Nelson Commissioner of Activities Eugene Smith Judge Sam Henrietta They had charge ofthe parking and traffic on the campus held school court sponsored the Mother-and-Sons football banquet and the an- nual sports carnival. The Boys Federation was also the originator of the Employment Service which has helped some fifty boys to find jobs. S., Jack Dennison President Bill Norton Vice-President Gene Smith Activities Sam Henrietta .udge Don Garrison Vice-President Jack Nelson Sec.-Treas. l Martha Stagis Mary Helen Akin Vicki Henrietta Betty Conklin President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Officers: President . . . Martha Stagis Vice-President . . Mary Helen Akin Secretary . . . Vicki Henrietta Treasurer . . . Betty Conklin Commissioner . . ........ Martha Stagis Sponsors . . . . Miss Margaret Crosby, Mrs. Edith Irwin Purpose: To offer every E.U.H.S. girl a democratic medium through which to develop and express ideals of sympathy, fellowship, and loyalty to the highest interests of the school, the community, and the nation. Activities: Do you remember Luggage Day? The day the girls lugged the boys' books around? Or the day you donned your shortest dress for the Kid Party? Or the superb assembly featuring Mr. Brown's Commercial Orchestra and a fashion show? Or all the Christmas baskets that you brought cans of food for? Or the Midyear Fresh- man Party? Well, we could go on and on, but the Girls' League was responsible for all of these and many outstanding events. no GV LION KIXIIGHTS TOMMY APPLEWHITE SAM HENRIETTA JACK NOBLE DON WADDELL 24 JACK BARRY ROBERT BERLIN RAY COX TOMMY ENGLISH NEIL GEORGE BOB HOLLOWAY GEORGE KINOSHITA DON LAWIN NEIL MONOHAN BOB NIMS EARL POLLARD JACK ROBSON LOREN RUSSELL SKEE SALISBURY BILL STEM DICK WATSON JAMES WATT OFFICERS Furst Semester Presudent Jack Barry Vuce President Jack Robson Secretary Treasurer Don Lawun Commussuoner Duck Watson Second Semester President Don Lawun Vuce President Bob Berlun Secretary Tom Applewhute Treasurer James Watt Commussuoner Jack Rob son SPONSOR Paul Hadley PURPOSE We the members of the Luon Knughts of EI Monte Unuon Hugh School un order to de loyalty to encourage an actuve sp rut of co operation un the unterest of student welfare and un general to aud our fellow students un observ ung and perpetuatung school tradutuon customs and rules do adopt thus constututuon PLEDGE On my honor as a Luon Knught I prom use to support the constututuon of thus assocuatuon to be loyal to thus school and its ideals and to to encourage honor and servuce on the part of my fellow students and to the best of my abuluty thunk and act un a manner worthy of the or ganuzatuon and its hugh udeals ACTIVITIES Ushered at ball games and all special affairs Went on post around varuous points of the campus to assist and protect the students for theur own benefit Put chaun at the west end of Campus Avenue to stop cars from comung onthe campus duurung noon Desugned ordered and sold new type Luon transfer stuckers to enduce and promote loyalty Gave social for Luonesses Com pleted aur raud post system Luon Knights gave bicycle rude for Luonesses REQUIREMENTS Two recommendatuon grades No grade lower than a C Senuor boys Must submut customary essay Why I want to be a Luon Knught Voted un by boys of student body Bergstrom approves lust observe school customs and tradutuons I promuse MOTTO It Shall Be Done 25 I . I , I I . ' - ' , 2 - , , " , . I . . I , I . . I I . I . I . I . . . . . I ' , ' 1 , ' : . , : ' ' , - . . . : I . . . . . . . A . , , I ' . . velop and maintain a high standard of school I I . i 1 - ' H - 1 , . . . I I . . - I . . . . . I I I . I . . . ,, ,, . , . . . I H 7 I I O I ' . . ,, . , . . . . I . . . I ,, ,, K 'V ,F 4 ,. 'W 2vLI'a"ii1 "e:"'IT-kit :A I - It f 1 Y A 4' IVAJEAN CUNNINGHAM JOYCE DODSON MOJAVE MILLIER DORIS MILLS VIRGINIA O'CONNOR PEGGY O'NEIL BETTY SANBORN MARTHA SMITH SHIRLEY GIBBS COLLEEN MOODY PAT PATTERSON MARTHA STAGIS CLASSES After four years at E.M.U.H.S. these Seniors left us to go into the world to make their own lives. Behind them they left a very good example for other classes to follow. They conducted a paper drive to raise money for their "Winter Class Annual." They netted S75.00, which was 525.00 more than was needed. The Senior play, "Stage Door," was a hit, and the Senior "A's" was represented by Kenneth Batts. Their sweaters were soldier blue, with a new type of emblem with their name on it. The sponsors of the class were Miss Ruth Hop- kins, Miss Mamie Sharp, and Mr. Wilbur Coke. ROY FOX,PRE5IDENT WINTER CLASS 30 HALL OF FAME Julie Santar-Art Audrey Emlett-Music Murilouise Crossley-Scholarship Fred Iriye-Sports NNN-.. The outstandung boys In athletlcs were Fred lruye Kfootballi Eugene Bauer ffootballj Don Martun ffootball trackj Mltsuo Hazama Cwres thngj Rnchard Kelly fbaseballj Jake Santarffoot ballj Herbert Hennes Kbaseballl Jesus Centeno ftrackj Klyoto Shlmamura and Jose Marquez Cfootball and track! In art Jake Santar The outstandmg gurls were Maruloulse Cross ley scholarshup and Audrey Emlett musnc The ofTlcers were Roy Fox President Florence Mulrhead Vnce President and Dorothy Bauley Secretary ORENCE MU RESIDE ROT A I f ' I TOP ROW: Bernice Atwood, SECOND ROW: Norma Barstedt, George Carleton, Jesus Cenfeno. THIRD ROW: Raymond Elmore, Audrey Emlefl, Helen Enriquez. FOURTH ROW: Keay Hachiua, Walter Hacker, Delberf Harral. , 194 f Q, W W ,, fi in Q Z gg 4 .f if aff. .A , W W 411, fi-:VA ' --. '- 9 4 1 .A -, un' ' A FQ iff-fi 1-I Ki , 5 'f' 7 i t 'ur af Q w . ui W ix, 'ffm 4 ,gv .f"' wzfffg? V if T' . v ,. V 3,2 Maw: V, W 'zz ,gg ,, I f ,if 9 Wi 9 mi CLASS CDF WINTER I 4 Q TOP ROW: Jose Marques, louise Maihieu, Mary Meyer, SECOND ROW: Dorofhy Rudd, Jake Sanfar, Edward Sawyer. THIRD ROW: James Strcmon, Mitsue Takasaki, Shirley Thomas. YCURE Tl-IE TCDPS X Top Row ADELINE SMITH Ou?sfcndmg Arms! SHIRLEY WIL SON Oufsiondmg Dramohst BARBARA HUFF Outstanding Scholar Second Row JACK DENNISON Boys Federation President JACK BARRY President of Sfudeni Body Second Semesier LOREN RUSSELL Presldenf of Siudent Body Furs! Semester A1 leff JACK NEl.SON Ouisfcndmg Afhleie 19411942 ,af- M "ix Q' IDS ,Jai Top Row DONALD DUKESHIRE Ouistandmg Muslclun CAL VERT RUSH Outstanding Musuclan TIPPIE MUSTAD Oufsiand ang Sporfswoman Second Row SKEE SALISBURY Editor of Luons Truul GLENN SMITH Eduior of Troll s End MARTHA STAGIS Girls League Presudeni 37 Nw No word less than "outstanding" would describe the unusually talented class of summer, 1942. lts accomplishments were numerous and its good times many. The popular matinee dances held in the school gym were an innovation of this class. Several gay evening dances and a full-length movie were activities of the seniors. Particularly entertaining was the laughable, annual play pre- sented by each graduating class, "You Can't Take lt with You." The baccalaureate and commence- ment exercises were a fitting and beautiful con- summation ot its four years' work. lt was the first class at El Monte High School to have slip-over sweaters as well as coat sweat- ers. The sweaters were of Copenhagen blue, with emblems of a white lion's head with blue let- tering. DON LAWIN, PRESIDENT, FIRST SEMESTER af' -IU' SUMMER CLASS GF 4 s 4.612412 38 Barbara Hut? Secretary Gloria Gibbs Treasurer James Watt Vice-President Bob Berlun Vlce Presrdent Stella Delacey Treasurer Frances Tucker Secretary The outstandung members of thus class were Jack Barry student body president Loren Russell first semester student body presudent Duck Wat son football captann Barbara Huff scholarshup Calvert Rush and Don Dukeshure musncnans Ade llne Smith art Shnrley Wllson dramatnst Don Lawun and Bob Holloway sensor class presldents Arnold Sallsbury newspaper edntor Glenn Smuth annual edntor The officers for the first semester were Pres: dent Don Lawun vlce presndent James Watt sec retary Barbara Huff treasurer Gloria Gibbs Second semester officers were Bob Holloway Z ipresndent Bob Berlun vnce presndent Frances Tucker secretary Stella De Lacey treasurer The sponsors of the Sensor Class were Mrs Ouuda Rice Miss Cosette Anderson Mr G E Johnson Mrs Bertha Skovmand and Mnss Kath ryn Muller BOB HOLLOVVAY PRESIDENT SECOND SEMESTER 39 , ': , :' - , .7 , ': .Imi- ..,i. .I .7 . I. .2 .I .I .I I .:.-.I :- V , : , .. z 1 , I , - 57 :. ' ',. ,... 1' 1 ' ' 5 he ,wf.,3'ffn,fw2 - J B. 1 W. 25. TOP ROW: Grace Adam, Mildred Adams, Marfha Agin, Hazel Allen, Tommy Applewhiie, Beafrice Arizaga. SECOND ROW: Edgar Babb, Jack Barry, Fred Barfon, Alla Beaslon, Don Beckman, Amelia Bedolla. THIRD ROW: Phoebe Benson, Florence Berlin, Robert Berlin, Lawrence Bevingfon, Kafhleryn Beyer, Colvin Beylik. FOURTH ROW: Annabel Blue, Wilfon Bools, Virginia Boone, Lawrence Briano, Belly Bracken, Annabelle Brown. 4 . tfxw ti Z' 3,7 r lx I 1 , 2 .W if 1' X .,AA W , 5-3. TOP ROW: Wally Bruce, John Buchanan, Eva Buechle, Buelah Burkett, Eileen Burkhart, Billie Marie Cald- well. SECOND ROW: Anna Centeno, Bobbie Chapman, Howard Chidester, Ladena Child, Shirley Clair, Lloyd Claprood. THIRD ROW: Virginia Clement, Lenore Cleveland, Ritchie Cogswell, Robert Conklin, Bette Jean Cook, Boncile Cook. FOURTH ROW: Cecil Cooley, Naomi Coons, Janice Corey, Kathryn Corum, Gloria Costi, Neal Cox. SUMMER GRADUATES 15 CLASS QF SUMMER if-114 f . y i ' ., ., A' S U, Q lil ,if 42 TOP ROW: Raymond Cox, Joann Cramer, Bob Crowder, Iva Jean Cunningham, Harrie? Cushman, J. Kennefh Davies. SECOND ROW: Sfella Delacey, Jack Dennison, Warren Dodge, Joyce Dodson, Roberi Doidge, Mary Ellen Dolan. THIRD ROW: Carol Donn, Roberfa Drury, Donald Dukeshire, Jack Duvall, Carl Ellis, Elmer Ellsworfh. FOURTH ROW: Edith Elmore, Doris Elsasser, Thomas English, Don Erbe, Beify Erdman, Francisco Espcrza. l 4 Q in A1 'S EH '-.f L Q Jfxfif' S' I will , JA TOP ROW: Erwin Esies, Gerfrude Ewan, Fay Ewing, Elaine Failh, Virginia Falcon, Giles Fenn. SECOND ROW: Bernice Fisher, Edna Fisler, Rober? Forbes, Jay Fugitf, Toshio Fuiimofo, Neil George. THIRD ROW: Gloria Gibbs, Shirley Gibbs, Wynono Goafes, Esther Goetz, Barbara Jane Gordon, Duane Gorrell. FOURTH ROW: Jack Gray, Bill Greene, Carol Grice, Dorofhy Griffilh, luis Guerrero, Francis Guess. is 1 will X. K ,x CLASS QF SUMMER -we ff' ga X V ' Q i " . :M ff- , , ,. 1, A , -s D if ,,.A- Z ,v-: V, I3 'F 9 4-0' 54 ff, mv ff? - I IE 4-Q Q I f 1,A K A 'ir ""': ":' 5 44 TOP ROW: Alvin Gullock, Robert Hagerman, Donald Hahn, Shirley Halverson, George Hamblin, Roberl Hamlin. SECOND ROW: Ruth Hamm, Ronald Hanlxe, Roberia Hanley, Sarah Hansen, John Harris, Howard Hawkins. THIRD ROW: Florence Haygood, Jeannette Hayman, Charles Hazelhursf, Bill Hecox, Roberla Heller, Mary Jane Henkle. FOURTH ROW: William Hennessey, Sam Henrieria, Gerald Hicks, Yasuko Higa, Richard Hill, Barbara Hoehn. ,410 lull TOP ROW: Bob Holloway, Bonnie Holst, Lila Hornbek, Warren Jack Hoult, Barbara Huff, Marian Hurst. SECOND ROW: Mary lriye, Burnett Jackson, Leon Jiles, Donald Johnson, Edna May Johnston, Emma Jones. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Jones, Kirniko Kadota, Tsuruko Kanalci, Jim Kaspar, Gloria Kean, Walter Kelson. FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Kendall, Dolly Kersten, Maxine Kersten, Kathryn King, Joyce Kingdon, George Kinoshita. CLASS CDF SUMMER 3 5. if - , lx 5 , I Q- if Si, rw , .4 Mn Q, " if . I S.. ,. W , W q :AV 1 , E3 fr' XX W'-1' A 'v.1 t H 5 ,.v.-fi ' f 3 I , if " f 1 19 Yfis, 1, ,F ,ii H -eff' A L :93fE,, . 73' I , S S , L gwf i1: ' M so '1.S. ' 14 .:S.SiS ,S i 4' 1-f-if 1' ' Q is i Q SS sfo bS TOP ROW: Peggy Koch, George Kocher, Kay Krafka, Audrey Kurth, Jocelyn Landmesser, William Laughlin. SECOND ROW: Don Lawin, Kaiherine Lewis, Martha Louis, Donald Lovifi, Raymond Lowery, Wayne Mc- Cleary. THIRD ROW: Margaret McCray, Arlene McGregor, Virginia McNichols, Richard McNiel, Bob Mc- Phail, Blanche McPherson. FOURTH ROW: Desmond Machen, Beverly Marscheck, Efhel Marfin, Virginia Marlin, Theodore Mason, Maxwell Meadows. 46 vi if- MCI?" im 1: , 'IWW is Q .f 5 f 4 x Q it 2 In-, 1 ' 4- QL-W new-' 5 ff TOP ROW: Betty Meagher, Irene Merlo, Neil Monahan, Doris Moore, Norma Morien, Jack Morgan. SECOND ROW: Barbara Mueller, Betty Murtaugh, Tippie Mustad, Betty Nelson, Jack Nelson, Lawrence Nelson. THIRD ROW: Wm. Neuemebel, Faith Nichols, Lynn Nielson, Robert Nims, Jack Noble, Peggy O'Connor. FOURTH ROW: Virginia O'Connor, Kiyomi Okito, Satsuka Okuma, Peggy O'NeiI, Susie Otsuka, Mildred Page CLASS QF SUMMER - f ig, 2" . , 6 M .fn ,A - W 5' R.. P f , m J V If .,.,. , 3 G 7 . M -Q, me fi 'EI' ,Z my M ':', v... K' , -5 'Q Q .1 X X J ji X KX V gf N. Al ,W ,f ,F 2 , ,g . - 'llvf A , ,N i TOP ROW: Befiie Palmer, Dan Parfin, Walter Paffen, Frances Pearson, Emily Penilla, Joy Perafone. SECOND ROW: Virginia Peffker, Jane Pickering, Doris Pickeif, Doris Pierce, Marvin Pollard, Beffy Powers. THIRD ROW: Mary Willetta Powers, Gloria Ramirez, Belle Redfern, William Renwick, Madelyn Rhea, Buddy Richardson. FOURTH ROW: Veda Richardson, Marie Rippey, Jack Robson, Virginia Roney, Harvey Ross, Beverly Rouse. 48 . -Lp: .'.',"h-. in iav 1:15- V J ,X :. .. iv.. we .,,,., . ,ri . if 1 "" 1. i". i - ds., . , iffy ,wgfefgx irq . . I Qg'3k"QI., Lffiw fglv ' 454235.51 l 9 1 2 , x l " T 4 9 4 N- game, N 1 pas. 'SS W Q , lx Ve, .u - A Y . A , K kk M I ,, W, illl Q' 515' ' ., Snag? tLx,,x2?J we, 'l QW? 'J' my L in .full X .,'- Q I , I x ily, li gb. .3 3 4 . J' ,gf Q , 1 ' I A ' 'W , 0 -719,1 sy' y ' A J. ' A Y Q if 8 Q l i VV ' J X r In , ,f i X 2 m . i , VI, s , if Q A 1. in tix 2, 7 1 I i v.- , r ii ,, 'lg'-'fa ' ' , K fi if 1 ' Wit, I , I ,,, !. 4. TOP ROW: Patsy Rubarth, Calvert Rush, lla Rusher, Loren Russell, Fulwyo Sakamoto, Louie Sallamato. SECOND ROW: Hiroshi Salxato, Arnold Salisbury, Paula Salmans, Clarence Saltonstall, Donna Sanders, Bob Savoie. THIRD ROW: Juanita Schultz, Winifred Schulz, Betty Mae Scovell, Dewey Sewell, Nancy Shanks, Dwain Sharp. FOURTH ROW: William Shaw, Galen Sheetz, Juanita Shelton, Fumiyo Shinto, Melissa Ship- ley, Robert Shue. 4 CLASS QF SUMMER -ss: BY T N fin? lem, .gl 4 Maxx TOP ROW: Douglass Simmons, Adeline Smith, Eugene Smith, Frederick Smith, Glenn Smith, Lorraine Smith. SECOND ROW: Martha Smith, Richard Smith, G. Robert Smith, Buddy Staggs, Martha Stagis, Elizabeth Startup. THIRD ROW: William Stem, Virginia Stockton, Lois Sundmacher, Forrest Sweet, Kifo Tamaki, Yoshito Tamaki. FOURTH ROW: Burton Temple, Dorothy Thompson, Rose Tiberti, Yemi Takeshi, Gordon Tolman, Viola Trembly. 50 X stiff: ff 4 wif: gp, 3, l.. ' QM? fr :ff . , Q . fx 'Q Q I . ... . I we Ai , 1, . Q v,g.3,. . .. ,X .. f , 4 'f. vii: : ' I -A If 2 K ,. In . ' , Ju' ' W .A I . xy ig: ,. :V 1 A' ' l i., .5 K ,W 2 EV , ,' ,..vf1 i ii 3 5, ,Q 3, 'W' " 5 ix . l f A I is 1 1, V J ,ig X s'+ 'A -w Z Us tl ' ff' 1? 1 X ' A: ' . is 'J . fx . " , 4 T A ?i?-""' "' FQ, sw - Q? , '.vlu'v' . 4 ' f'-. , T g 451' ,t , .43 457' . W , i , Q, T . A 5 TOP ROW: Frances E. Tucker, Dorothy Tyra, Yoshito Ueda, Eddie Verloop, Martha Vogel, Don Waddell. SECOND ROW: Robert Wade, Morton Wakefield, Florence Waltrip, Ayako Watanabe, Fumiko Watanabe, Martha Watkins. THIRD ROW: Richard Watson, James Watt, Robert Whitaker, Bernard Whitehead, Evelyn Whitney, Willard Whittinghill. FOURTH ROW: Sarah Wiley, Jack Williams, Lorence Williams, Harold Wilson, Helen Wilson, Shirley Wilson. CLASS Qx 'u Q1 'mf SUMMER Iv X5 S- TOP ROW Martin War! Mary E Wye!! Konae Yamcmofo Yurlko Yumomofc SECOND ROW YGSUKO Yumashlro Ted Yano Beffy Yule V ef, . ' H V ,,, A x Q: WJ , A3 4, 2 -9 -1,, gf, ' fg ,.A: K: QA 4 I ' 1 Q, im f 7+ WJ hafhiw x 1 'nik 53. lk.. 1 E 3 6' ixra V .41 x X V ., .,.., '31 . I . 'ij' ' Q O Y I1 me " we 1 ,:,.,,., 6, W , qw, K 1 cf, 'J f s TP-IIQCDUGI-I THE LENS 1 x.1' 55 i Q I 1 . ! L1 Q . m..',! N,-Q!! ' I . 4 I , X Q - - ff S. i' I f - xg "' " 1Z.,"v,- ,. x'f , P 1 -' , Tj' S x f n' .4 .Q 2 . ' , . Q 4 Rf' 1 ' , K A X r - - . - 1 f Lv . K xx E 1 ' 1 , N ' , x 'YF -' ' f xii! s - , 1 3, J ll I x f . 1 - J N, -- Qu ,X ' ig! 'Q' ,-Q I F., 'M f 'l ,. ,V x 7 4! i 5 4 F ' ' , we 1 I ' ' ', ' , X 4 ,Q x at Ak s X ' A 'Y SEIXIICDIQ ll ll TONI STRINZ ART HOBERG During the year the Senior B s helped with the startling Junior Follies. They decorated the audi torium for the midyear graduation. They had charge ofthe properties, and the selling of tickets forthe senior play, "You Can't Take It with You They chose valley green sweaters with em blems ofa circle design with the E and W 42 The outstanding members of the class were Leonard Nathan, scholarship Tod Davis, basket ball, Art Hoberg, baseball, Bob Weis, art, and George Boyd, tennis The officers for the first semester were: Art Ho- berg, president, Toni Strinz, vice-president, and Gloria Gifford, secretary-treasurer. The officers for the second semester were: Toni Strinz, presi- dent, Edmond Pencin, vice-president, and Gloria GiFford, secretary-treasurer. GLORIA GIFFORD "A MQ ' f if is 5- , 1' I ,i-mf , ,N .f A-Y.-l I fa .g N f J V ' L ,V -'X ' I 1 4 -v , 434 by A, HJ ,V 3, I 4-fr, M l .V . 1 9 R1 4 f V .3 VV 4 I my yy , lg ,' A if , 0 ' Ml A, r .au if :ua A Vwgifz., ' H- fl 3 4 4- gs x F, I 1 I. 1. - .. . e. - 1 , L1 H + 'ri' 1 2 HX I . ' H al 'fs f J -A F 11.3236 ' A' V ' J 1 2 -ff., fit: ff ' A-it X X ' 1,4 M J kxfy . 'Zh I '13 t 'L 5 i'W" ,. Mm, , Q i Q ' - , .. ff 1 V :Q J F ' -3 ' V I , ., ,,, 5 j " 5- . W .mu at . i . A 2A'A - f - TOP ROW: Omar Albers, Dean Alderson, Esther Arita, Dorothy Arnspiger, Tetsuo Asato, Betty Bond, Eugene Briano, Lois Brooks, Bob Buehrle, John Carnathan, Jack Connelly. SECOND ROW: Rollin Conrow, Tod Davis, Wilma Drum, Marvin Fennell, Eugene Gailey, Gloria Gifford, Jesse Gomez, Rodney Gustafson, Mary Jane Hagan, Tom Harrison, Miyoko Hasegawa. THIRD ROW: Harvey Hennes, Russell Hibbard, Leatrice lcke, Donald Lee Johnson, Antoinette Kidd, Eleanor Klein, Ruth Klotzbach, John L. Larson, Gladys Maddox, Lily Miyamoto, Michiye Morikawa. FOURTH ROW: Ellen O'Brien, Pauline Parker, Isabelle Penner, Natsuko Salzamoto, Lorraine Schober, Joy Settle, Don Shay, Richard Shim, William Slocomb, Raymond Spooner, Lois Steffenson. FIFTH ROW: Thomas Stinson, True H. Stone, Shirley Tabb, La Verne Thienes, Peggy Trayer, Harold Walker, George Ward, Lilian Webb, Norman Wensell, Ann Williams, Judith Wirtl. jLJlXlICDl2 " " Wi! . 7 '7 , 'Lil ffl ljlfrk 1' , , i C . 4 .P ji V, k U- . , lr , f A . lj t 1 A sl ll ', 1 fl I l lr ll ll ..- ll A , AZ, STANDING: Yosl-mio Nakamura, Wallace Leonard, .lack Barton, Victor Cline, Alberl Cook. SEATED: Belfy Conklin, Marilyn Wiggins, Margaref Snyder, Helen Scouras. Julie Marlin, Belly Sherlsurne, Leola McGee, Jock Lang. gg :- , F- es J f, 131. " 'Ax QCA ab 3,6 f cr .Dis -L Ql4l743n ' nvi- 'TX 17 'Y' 'mfs , 415 526 Mfr X.: H X t "" J,-.M '67 WQW.. fl vu., c I3 I 01 "' ,15- -lx www fifw 113' sf' -nr. t -N JT 494 TOP ROW Betty Mae Abbott Shurley Adsnt Lola Agnn Helen Mary Akm Joe Alexander Dorot Allen Lucllle Allum Luculle Ander on Raymond Anderson Dwrght Andrus James Angelo SECOND ROW Mary Ann Anglea Alberta Archer Glorua Arnold Vurgunna Atwood Ellen Bader Ella Nora Baker Loss Bartholomew Jack Barton Edwm Basore Paulme Beach Lawrence Beaston THIRD ROW Betty Beaver Benlamnn Bement Carolyn Bently Ernest Bethel Norellen Blackburn Murrel Blew Gordon Blame Lows M Bogue Juanuta Bowers Jrmmy Bowlun Leland Braswel FOURTH ROW Donald Brrerley Don Brock Donald Broombaugh Donald Brown Jerry Burroughs Mary Burroughs Shnrley Butler George Byles Jackie Caldwell Myrtle Callahan Dorothy Carlens FIFTH ROW Vnrgrnla Castrulto Nyra Chamberlain Nedra Chase Mary Chico Mcrjarle Childs Vlrglma Chnsum Richard Chornea Juanita Clem Tommy Clement John Clemmer Vuctor Cline SIXTH ROW June Cochran Frances Coleman Vrvuan Colluns Wrlluam Conger Betty Conklrn Albert Cook Evelyn Cook Jlm Cook Wulma Cooke Wendellyn Corbett Collean Cox SEVENTH ROW Norma Cox Vlrglnxa Cox Charles Cravatt Dorothy Crawford Kenneth Crossen Robert Curtis Charles Davldson Kenneth Davies Bull Davls Bull Davis Eleanor Davis EIGHTH ROW Florence Davis Peggy Davis Lucia De Angelus Fern De Frotes Rnchard Depert Frank Daz Ella J Donaldson Lounse Dawnurn James Duckett Darlene Dunn Pearle Dusksn NINTH ROW Russell Eaks Florence Eaton Don Echols John Echols Claude Elllnton Grady Elrod Ruth Emerson Allen Englnsh Russell Errckson Eegar Ewan Sarah Funkel JUNIORS 59 I , Q I 3,55 ri- III, IIII X I A In , , -1 f 3. 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' 3 k N i . 46, -V ' l , 1 - 'N 'W ' ,5 , ' F T' . 1 If ,H Q W l 1 , , Q' yr? ' .., 'ISE ,M 'li 'M A i if' T 4 . "ia: 3 1 ""i 2 . -:WPA :er Y ' if , . 1. A ,ILL 7 A Y , .Ky V 4 .., 4 Au ,IX Nl0RS 60 TOP ROW: Ann Finney, Fred Fix, Richard Foster, Donald Frame, Anita Frey, Ben Froggate, Marion FYOSCNIUBY, Alice Fullwood, Betty Funo, Betty Gessler, Florence Gipson. SECOND ROW: John Godfrey, Leona Goetz, Juanita Goodman, Hugh Gordon, Wanda Gossen, Eileen Grady, Dewey Graham, Dorothy Green, Albert Gronewod, Dorothy Gulley, Satsuke Hachiya. THIRD ROW: Gladys Hagen, Naomi L. Hager- man, Vesta Jean Hale, Peggy Hall, Mary Hallett, Mariorie Hansen, Terry Harvey, Betty Hashimoto, William Hawkins, Warren Hayden, Yoshialra Hazama. FOURTH ROW: Victoria Henrietta, Lucymay Hockenberry, Ray Holridge, Anastacia Hoquin, Mariorie Hollis, Rose Horspool, Barbara Hubbell, Mariorie Hunn, Elaine Hunt, Searcy Hunt, Marilyn lseri, FIFTH ROW: Joe Jaclcsan, Ruth Jewell, Harold Johnson, Patricia Johnson, Jimmie Juris, Shigenori Kadota, Eddie Kaita, Dorothy Kallmeyer, Yulrio Kawai, Eileen Kean, Gloria Kean. SIXTH ROW: Willis Kimbel, Jarane King, Claudeen Kiler, Joe Kizziar, Lawrence Klein, Norman F. Klein, Alice Kling, Elaine Kahlhauer, Dean Kring, Tatsuya Kuwahara, Thad LaComb. SEVENTH ROW: Ralph Leonard, Wallis Leonard, Harold Lloyd, Virginia Lockwood, Aletha M. Lovingfoss, Clara J. Lucero, Bill Luman, Robert Lutton, Pat Main, l.awrence Mariger, Norman Marltsbury. EIGHTH ROW: Anna Marlo, Donald Marshall, Carol Martin, Dave Martin, Elena Martinez, Juanita Martinez, Ophelia Martinez, Raoul Martinez, Jimmy Mattheis, Alfred Matthews, Kenneth Mattson. NINTH ROW: Fred R. Matuskey, Eddie Mayeda, Amelia McCain, Floralee McCain, Jack McCarthy, Earl McCauley, Joyce Mc- Clarey, Glen McCleary, Grant McClelland, Russell McMurphy, Robert Mechem. ' R . T gs. ' is ,Q I ,, - ff Q 'ff .ggi ,T T f. ff 1-1551-, , V z l Q 4 +- 1f'l.f'f fic- f' J . J il ti " ' qs N . I - ' :Q-11 :Lg ' xiii? l f f , uf'-iz QF . . 3 , we 1- ff -- L' 24 . if : A " ' J. - , 4 ' M 'Ii L, I ,, 1,3 l , 1 Let . if ri . . , Ml-Y' , 2 6 I. 5 . .Q :J Z.: R' . I x K 4., If . L- , - . f g ' ' .g l 4 A- ' ,5 ea V L g A E g? Q j 4 P -' " - 1 ,.. ,ig ew .11 34 - e ' f 'fi' A ' 1 ,. - I f ' ' A ' f " - AY , ' . . 1 , T , 5, .,,, , ,. ., S ' A v, + QQ , ' 12 - 2' " . . .Y is Y. 1 , , x , ,x A V A 'L' j.. ' Q y-A ,,, .W l , l mf 'Q A " ' , fr-.l'fr1l D , c L . U9 5 ' S -A' -' 1 t : Afzff, I Q. VE LWWKIW " 4 ' , J ' ,"' if Q' 4 ai- ' ,Jil '.:-- ,lj lf'?'W TSI at n 1 .255 5 5' H, M 14? e ff , z f' mn' t X' 1 - , , , . M . , 4 R fmt ' X "j ' : , 3, lg K 4 , A115 3 I ,. 2 A qt' TOP ROW: Richard L. Melton, Carol R. Metsinger, Ernestine Metsinger, Alfred Miller, Raymond Miller, Mojave Millier, Doris Mills, Ruth Miyakawa, Jacqueline Mohl, Ardyce Moller, Michael Montante. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Montgomery, Colleen Moody, Dale Moore, Elene Moore, Frank Morales, Kenneth Morgan, Takumi Morikawa, Sumi Moromi, Jane Morrison, Marcello Morrow, Ed Munger. THIRD ROW: Hideko Nakama, Yoshio Nakamura, Leo Nemtzow, Gloria Nixon, Lawrence Nopper, Norma Nugen, James Nulton, Helen Nunn, Betty Oaks, Dick Ogden, Dorothy Ogle. FOURTH ROW: Lillian Okada, Dolores Owen, Jesus Padilla, Jack Parker, Wayne Parker, Ray Parks, Walter Patten, Genevieve Patzman, Patricia Patterson, Richard Pearson, Jeanette Perry. FIFTH ROW: Norma Peters, Loren Pettinger, Andrew Phillips, Beverly Pollard, Donald Pollard, Harry Pollard, Betty Proctor, Jim Proctor, Margie Propei, Helen Rohn, Salvador Ramos. SIXTH ROW: Barbara Reese, Patricia Regan, Carol Jean Richie, Donald Riggs, Richard Rindels, Phyllis Rippie, Nadine Roberson, Earl Robins, Dorothy Robinson, Avelina Rodriquez, Ray Rodriquez. SEVENTH ROW: Jock Rhode, Dorothy Rose, George Rose, Samuel Rosen, Dick Rowland, Juanita Roy, Frances Salgado, Jack Soller, Corinne Sansom, J. Scarlett, June Schmidt. EIGHTH ROW: Helen Scouras, Josephine Sergi, Duane Shaffstall, Evelyn Shane, Bill Shaw, Dawn Sim' mons, Don Simmons, Novilla Skaggs, John Skinner, Dolores Smith, Laurnetta Smith. NINTH ROW: Robert A. Smith, Tom Smith, Tom Smith, Tom Smith, Margaret Snyder, Mary Stanfield, Wallace Stadter, Richard Stafford, Lucille Steek, Augusta Stuart, Albert Stout. fr 'RL JUNIOR5 61 WSW? 1 4 L77 ww. -Win hav' We L15 4-.21 4,1 1 wwf? 'Q WW M I M Q B, xi' l I L any "' W 7 ff' 5 M' A m 416 gfii. 'J 7-in 'ff 1--1 a 'rg TWV 3,11 Irs-if ff' 44 T' "f EY-as 6,1 mi 'W JUNIORS 62 'D' mf. IMQW fy if wry- v AL.-f x TOP ROW Margre Slonehouse Mary Slrallon Tollornae Slrrnz Mary Sulzer Roberl Sweeney Helen Swefnlcke Gladys Tedford Vlvlan Thomas Bally Tnllery Wnllell Todd Bull Tokeshl SECOND ROW Shrrley Toolhacre Olive Torrance Jlmmle Tozler Jack Tracy Darrel Truby Elynor Valenlnne Glorla Van Campen Pauline Vnsser Muriel Wallcle Mlls Walula Belly Jean Wollnng THIRD ROW James Waner Cravens Wanlass Joe Warner James Walanabe Barbara Weslon Lurse Whrle Manlyn Wuggnns Jack Wrlllams I.ors Wlllnams La Rae Wlllrs Josephine Wlll FOURTH ROW Paul Wrser Lewus Woodard Andy Wrughl Palrucra Wrughl George Weygand George Wilkerson Johnny Yamamolo Sumle Yama moto Pal Youngslrom Earl Adams Earl J Aldrldge FIFTH ROW BlllA1chely Glen Beard Geraldyne Beussel Eldon Belofe lela Bennet? Tlburcro Besserra Kalhleen Blanchard Mary .lean Burkholder Dudley Art Canavello Jane Carllon Anlolnelle Chasse SIXTH ROW Elvm Clemmer Mary Colburn June Marne Dahlln Benny lee Dickenson Roland Hale Dlnsmoor Earl S Duerdun Donald Ellnoll Anno England Elame Essen Bullre Lee Farris lesfer Foole SEVENTH ROW James Fredruclcsen lenor Garcia Alla Louise Gardner Theodore Georgue Jack Hole Belly D Harder Caroline Hendln Ernesl Henson Doris Hewgley Mary Hnlburn Belly Hull EIGHTH ROW Jack Holloway Belly Ann Howard Arthur Hulchlnson Lee .Iohn son Slanley Jones Jnmmre Jordon Shsrley Joseph Aluro Kalo Kay Klnoshlla Hazel Klrch Bealrlce Lamb NINTH ROW Gerlrude Larson Marne Lawun VIYQIHIO Lee Belly LeFevre Waller Lewis Norene McLean Llola McGee, Ralph McGlmpsey, Reginald Mannmg, Mlm: Monzer, Alberl Marquez e- .. ,. f - ,. W, A A I F eff, 1 I M' ,. 4 I . 5' If '7 I - .2 ' 3 .5 .F 'f -' ' ff f Q I we f -'v 1 r I X ,T ' l, T l ' ' I x . 1 . . 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'Lg '7- -63 ". .11 .ft K lg 44' J 'e "A 'X fV SCDPljS5lK7lGRES X 9' El Monte IS really proud of sts Sophomores Under the very capable durectlon of Dr Fleda Brlgham and Mr Lester McNlchols they produced the very successful Sophomore Frollc The Sophomores have been partaklng an some of the successful productnons of the school also In the all school play Mary Ellen Lovemark play ed a lead There were many Sophomores also In the operetta The Pirates of Penzance Mass Sophomore was Nancy Powers The Sophomore members of the Gnrls Court were Pat Slagle Julna Martin Vnctorla Henruetta and Pat Hsllseth rugg Cartj Marne Morris Cmalorette and dancerl Kay Kunoshlta fslnger wlth commercial orchestral Jackie Scarlett Csmgerj Duck Morgan Cfootball basketball baseballj Frank Morales Cfootball basketball wrestlmgj Eugene Platz Cfootboll trackl Art Sanborn lbasketball tenmsj and Plnkle Kloos Csportsj The OTTICCFS were Flrst Semester Jack Pearson Presldent Frank Morales Vnce President Kay Klnoshuta Secretary and lrmagard Krebs Treas urer Second Semester Sol Polansky Presldent Blll McConnell Vnce President Shlrley Smith Sec retary and Kathleen Jacks Treasurer 1 N rl X - I l ' I , . , I - I ,, . .,, . . , : I The outstanding Sophomores were: Jimmy Mo- , . . . 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J an awww s fi. f ' ,qv- 'K iT. 4-5 TOP ROW Prlscllla Morrlson Shnrley Morruson Ruth Morse Donald Mortensen Arthur Mueller Wrllxom J Needler Marlella Nelson Ray Nmeto Hlroshn Nlshrmura Marlorue Nyberg Charles Nowell SECOND ROW Jun Okuma James OGrady Loulse ONenl La Marr ONenl Royce Ople Lawrence Ortega Anna Ortuz Dorothy Palmer Norma Palmrose Johnnle Paredez Jenne Pardee THIRD ROW Henry Parker Orvnlle Parker Dorothy Patterson Robert Patterson Lucnlle Paul Betty Paulson Bull Penfold Thomas Penfold Ben Perez Florence Peterson Eldora Peyton FOURTH ROW Eugene Platz Gordon Potter Kal Poulsen Jr Nancy Powers Davud Prentice Jane Prlndle John Ragsdale Jennle Ramlrez Mary R Ramos Lenore L Randolph POYYICIC Jean Reeves FIFTH ROW Lulu Rae Reynolds Ruta Reynolds June Richards Norman Ruggs Jerry Rnley Eldrnd Ruchle Dean Rutter Benlamsn Robbins Betty A Roberts Kenneth Rogers Audrey Rohrer SIXTH ROW Carl Romano Dolores Ross Barbara Rowden Kenneth Rudd Paul Ruedy Lonnue Ruth Dorothy Rye Arthur Sanborn Carmen Sandstrom Donald Schultz Lllllan Schwarz SEVENTH ROW Rocell Scott Dolores Sherry Margorne Shnelds Jasuo Shnmoguchx Osomu Shlmoguchr Perry Shuppey Lorenzo Sulvas Betty Sums Jean Skmner Pat Slagle Barbara J Smuth EIGHTH ROW Barbara Lee Smuth Barbara Mae Smuth Charles Smlth Larry Smnth Ruchard Smnth Shurley Smlth Wullnam Smith Wynema Smuth Glorla Spurlock Richard Stae Eugene Stanford NINTH ROW Randolph Stansell Bob Stanley Howard Starr Rmchard Stevenson Herbert B Stme Tsuyako Suglmoto Allce Belle Surber Fred Swnft Itsuko Takeuchu Charlette Tate Corene Thompson 0 ? 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Lyons, Howard McCall, Carol McCollum, Alex McKay, Bruce McNichols, Albert Marcum, Robert Mark, Lois Marlo. THIRD ROW: Marion Marshall, George Mayfield, Russell Miller, Barbara Nordstrom, Alice Nutt, Grace Oishi, Betty Pace, Raymond Perez, Clarence Pierce, Nola Pierce, Lola Poppleton. FOURTH ROW: Walter Ragsdale, LeRoy Raines, Gabriel Rascon, Richard Remmers, Dwight Roberson, Feliz Rodriquez, LeGrande Roskelley, Johnnie Rossel, Jiro Sakamoto, Evelyn Schutzer, Charles Schuster. FIFTH ROW: Marguerite Sell, Eugene Seifert, Mitsuki Shimamura, Annie Simonian, Bruce Skovmand, Robert Spencer, Edith Stadter, Willa Mae Steele, Jean Stem, Betty Ann Stuart, Martha Yvonne Swiney. SIXTH ROW: Gerald Sorensen, Noboru Takasaki, Tom Tamaki, Donna Temple, Frank Terracciano, Jacqueline Thatcher, Della Trowbridge, Lucille Trunk, Eleanor Valdez, Janet Von Hoehne, Elfreida Weatherford. SEVENTH ROW: Leroy Weatherford, Josephine Webb, Ida Jean Westfall, Eugene Wheeler, Jackie White, George Wight, Jewele Willis, James Work, Genevieve Wrokman, Phyllis Wright, Bob Young. EIGHTH ROW: Henry Zamora. .4 SOPHO- MORES 69 PRESHMEN The Freshman Class has been nrreproachable cmd thoroughly refreshmg Theur vlvaclousness stuck to utlve ness and un quenchable determunatuon have made them a popular class Being a beglnnlng class they have had very llttle to do with school affcnrs but they dnd have a successful noon dance In the Orientation Bulldlng and an entertaining All Freshman Amateur Hour The outstanding Freshmen were Bob Elllngwood and Charles The offncers for the flrst semester were Kenneth Anderson presldent Joe Roland vuce president Barbara Nordstrom sec retary and Beatrnce Brown treasurer The offucers for the second semester were Jum Fortune presndent Bob Ellmgwood vlce presndent Dorothy Van Fossen secretary and Shlrley Moffutt treasurer The sponsors of the class were Mrs Ethel Klmgerman and Mr Gunnar Wahlquust . . . . ,, . . . ,, 1 I ' ' ' ' , . , . . . . . . . . ,, ll Tompkins, scholarship, and Kenneth Kring, sports. . : I ' 2 , ' - ' 1 , - I . 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TOP ROW Robert Adair Boyd Adams Rlchard Adams Ellen Akey Duck Alexander Frank Angelo Joe Arbuckle Lee A Archer Elmer Atwood Charlene Baker Erlene Baker SECOND ROW Harold Bartel Geneva Basham Clyde Beoston Albert Bellaver Joyce Belt Bull Berry Petra Beserra Floyd Bevlngton Louls Blanc Rlchard Bloomtleld THIRD ROW Bull Boergadnne Yvonne Boots Ray Branson Paul Brown Jack Burns Reba Burroughs Dale Burt Jean Busby Nona Busch Bully Butters FOURTH ROW James Callahan Barbara Cameron Raymond Cann Audrey Chomness June Chuld Earl Clark Stanley Clark Vernon Clark Raymond Cleland Leland Clemlnson Lark Cline FIFTH ROW Barbara Clyde Prescott Cogswell Lawrence Collins Jerry Connelly Katherine Conrow Delmar Cook Helen Cooper Milton Corum Dvck Corwnn Robert Cowdrey Charles Cramer SIXTH ROW Fred Cronn Lawrence Crook Rosemary Crowe Ball Cruz Barbara Cullnson June Culp Ralph Curty Janette Davls Lester Day Jean De Bere Dean Dennison SEVENTH ROW Blllne Denton Betty Jo De Wntt Mercedes Dual Kareen Dlttus Betty Dnxon Dolores Doane Roe Dolge Lynn Gloria Donn Phyllus Drake Evelyn Duncan Norman Dunlap EIGHTH ROW Harold Dunn Yvonne Du Ron Florence Eaton Bob Ellenwood Richard Ellis Jo Ann Ells Ralph Ellsworth Marlorle Elrod Sylvna Elsasser Ruchard Ensign Wlllus Erno NINTH ROW Dale Evans Charles Farr Florence Farrls Ray Glbson Farrus Kothyrn Ferguson Margaret Ferreura, Joan Fleldvng, Bull Fake, Beverly Funney, Ivan Flood, Harry Fonda Donna Bartell Dorls Bowlun l.,........ 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SECOND ROW: Jack Gleason, Gwineth Glenn, Elmer Goetz, Margaret Goetz, Felipe Gomez, Blodgett Graff, Harold Grant, Leigh Grant, Berta Green, Art Greenleaf, James Griffith. THIRD ROW: Janice Grissom, June Grissom, Betty Ann Gritton, Socoro Guevara, Donald Gullock, Esperanza Gutierrez, Donald Hacker, Dot Haddox, Pauline Hadley, Jean Hale, Walter Hodlock. FOURTH ROW: Richard Hall, Albert Hallett, Delbert Hallett, Richard Harnblin, Charles Hansen, Jean Harnack, Murilea Harnley, Dorothy Harpel, Charles Harris, Howard Harris, Tom Hashimoto. FIFTH ROW: Phyllis Hatfield, William Head, Virginia Henderson, Elvira Hendricks, James Henry, Mary Herrera, Robert Hicks, Golda Highley, Beverly Hill, Russell Hill, Edward Hillman. SIXTH ROW: Betty Hintermeister, Julia Hoenig, Wilbur Hoff, Alberta Holden, Charles Holt, Jack Holt, Margaret Holt, Wil- math Hoover, Gertrude Horn, Carmen Horta, Glen Hostetler. SEVENTH ROW: Lois Hostetter, Doris Howard, Lorraine Howard, Laura Huber, Floris Hudson, Earl Humphrey, Phyllis Hunn, Joe Huss, Barbara Hutchin- son, Dale Hutchinson, Raeola Hyde. EIGHTH ROW: Valerie Hyde, Iris lseminger, Donn Isensee, Norman Jabs, Richard Jackman, Rene Jacques, Ernest James, Carolina Jaramillo, Frank Jaso, Betty Jean Job, Dorothy Johnson. NINTH ROW: Jerrold Johnson, Thomas Johnson, LaVerne Jones, Ethel Kalus, Masaoa Kanaki, Shiro Kato, Imogene Keith, Marjorie Kemp, Florren Kennedy, Jimmie Kerr, Betty Ann Koenke. + 3 Y . is N8 . SL- e , ff ., V, , 'TI' A yu? 41 54. 1 AG Q ' itfilfwf '51 f' M Q uv 4 W ,ZW fvbzw YF? W pu 4 f .-.iii .4-. 'ff fr -ol' ,J -.4 'Q x 91 f-. I Q '11 ,li 'JY ZX V7 5 1 P' 1 I an O n,. J -3 -Q rx-.yd ..,-1..-, fn q 3 f- -,4 M Y TOP ROW Gertrude Krebs Kenneth Krung Kenneth Krug Colleen Lacey Jeannette Lamb Phyllus Lamb Wulluam Lauback Vurgunua Laughlun Raymond Leach John Lenz Carlos Leon SECOND ROW Ruchard Lubrung Vuola lundros Fred Lundsey Shurley Lundstrom Sally Lloyd Ruchard Lofaso Raymond Lomelun Vernon Lunn Donald Lutz Kenneth McAfee Adaur McClelland THIRD ROW Donald McFann Hazel McGulpun Bully McHenry John Mclntosh Ruth McKee Glorua Mcliauwn Jeanue Mclaughlun Mary McNeul Sybul McPherson Betty McPortland Betty McRedmond FOURTH ROW Shurley Mack Mary Mackley Jock Madden Margaret Mahon Donald Maun Mary Mardon Eluas Marquez Barbara Martun Rosemaru Matbans Hudeo Mayeda Elsue Metsunger FIFTH ROW Jean Muller Wanda Muller Joann Mulls Margareta Mushler Davud Muxon Mary Muyakawa Shurley Maffutt Alex Mouuca Patrucla Montgomery Pat Ann Montgomery Al Moody SIXTH ROW Bennue Jean Moody Beverly Moore Duck Moore Elmer Moore Elvura Morales Marue Morales Barbara Moreun Betty Morgan Mary Morgan Trunu Morun Mary Morrell SEVENTH ROW Elvuru Moss Dorothy Mulqueen Jack Munn George Murashuge Shura Murata Carroll Myers Yaeko Nokama Robert Nolley Gladys Nelson Mary Jo Neslun Dorothy Newberry ElGHTH ROW Emmy Nucolous Betty Nuxan Lowell Nlust Mary Noble, Bob Oaks Frank Oddo Betty Offutt, Louus Ogle, Annue Ortuz Kazuo Osumu Carmen Padulla NlNTH ROW Clark Page Bettue Palmer Bonnue Palmer LeRoy Palmer Edythe Paul Robert Pearson Rosella Pefuner Eleanor Perkuns Robert Phelps Geraldune Phullups Ruth Puckett L I0 FRFSHMEN 73 ar 5 , , A 'f 'T 5 V ' A , ' ff, K1 F JA Q " f " s I as I , -5- . f 'N v X. b , -J Q , . 4 , 'ff ' l v 5 N . 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M44 JK ASQ 'r P at xx 'ww W 2 mart 4,6- vxi' lf -' Us lad ll FRESHMEN 74 TOP ROW Marvun Puckett Louuse Pierpont Anna Pnnson Peggy Poe Roberta Poe Thomas Ponder Bar bara Porter Fred Potter Vsvlan Potter Robert Pratt Susan Prentuce SECOND ROW Bobble Propes Faye Pruett Ruth Rahn Cecllla Ramirez Elsne Ramlrez Amparo Ramos Hnpollta Ramos Charles Randolph Lyle Ranlun Julia Lee Ray Betty Lou Raymond THIRD ROW Barbara Reason Kenneth Redd Mildred Reeske Mary Margaret Reid Modesto Reyes Norman Reynolds Beverly Rhode Kenneth Richardson Kenny Richardson Pauline Riggs Loulse Rlley FOURTH ROW Lucille Rnley Gladys Rlndels Bull Rlngland Robert Rupple Richard Roberts Sybul Roberts Beverly Rohweller Eloise Roney Franklin Rose Robert Rose Betty Ross FIFTH ROW Donna C Ross John Ross Marilyn Rouse Joe Rowland Maxumnna Rulz Opne Rundle Frank Rushton George Sakamoto Kunlalu Sakamoto Delbert Salgot Robert B Sanders SlXTH ROW Gerald Sansom Pete Santar Wllluam Savane Ardyth Schaefer Donna Schallharn Paul Schlenz Alfonso Shlnkle Richard George Dorothy Schraunder Joe Scott Wendell Scott Betty Sellards Rosalee Seifert SEVENTH ROW Serrano Paulune Sessuons Robert Sesslons Glenda Shatstall Mildred Sharp Janus Shaw Bull Dons Shlpp Bull Shobe Kenneth Siemens Evelyn Sngerson EIGHTH ROW Charles Simmons Simmons Peggy Slater Mary Sloat Walter Slosson Clark Smith Earnal J Smnthy Frances Smith Smith Horace Smlth John Oluvnr Smith NINTH ROW Llberta May Smuth Marlorle Ann Smith Mary Lou Smnth, Max Smith, Robert R Smith, Austm Snyder, George Sowa, Betty Stanfleld, Alpheus Standell, Dlxle Steele, George Steele , 4 44 4 4, 'W , 4 , ., ,-4 ,y ' 4, 4 4 'Q . 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Q, V, I ny? 4 1 1' , V I. ,I 4 Q 2 ' Al 'L Eg T L ,flJs 'y , .I I f """i ,X J ,L , Q I- ,- Q TOP ROW: Neva Jeanne Steers, Bill Stephenson, Robert Stimmel, Ann Stodden, Bonnie Jean Stokely, Gertrude Stone, Jim Stout, Blaine Strauser, Ruth Strickler, Doris Sundmacher, Ray Tannahill. SECOND ROW: Mildred Tate, Charles Teater, Kathleen Terry, Clifford Thomas, William Thompson, Arthur Thorpe, Robert Tichenor, Frank Tokeshi, George Tokeshi, Jack Tolle, Don Tomlinson. THIRD ROW: Elaine Tomlin- son, Robert Tracy, Bob Travis, Harold Trowbridge, Alfred Tucker, Sachie Ueda, Willie Umemoto, Wallace Uno, Chris Valenzuela, Edith Vallicella, Herman Vanderbush. FOURTH ROW: Ariena Van Dam, Dorothy Van Fossen, Andena Varner, Jayne Vaughan, Gloria Wakelaud, Wilma Waller, Willis Warner, Donald Webb, James Webb, Russell Weinberger, Margaret Wernicke. FIFTH ROW: Esther White, Josephine White- head, Robert Wiclxline, Shirley Wiedow, Elizabeth Williams, Charles Wilt, Mamie Winston, Buddy Withers, James Worley, William Wyatt, Liberta Zaragoza. SIXTH ROW: June B. Zickert. . f f ' ' 4' Vive' fide I " I ,iff FRESHAAEN 75 I 3 J. If ,23 as P4773 L -nl" 'iff' it L. Q AIA. KK' X I bf. FRESHAAEN '31 'nr f 1 'gg ag 'va- L7 Q i4"'I -QV Q "- GZLI L ,- aff it 'W' fhlnhnmwr I Q 9139 'Y 'Q' :gg I' 'U-we A 7 A 'V' 0 4 'HAIL In AAJL Hifi. 4mAL4hJh 4 fr fr I ' -we IWADQ-.1 if 'U f 'af' P 4 sl I' TOP ROW Bob Adsnt Angellta Arrsaga Lloyd Babb Dorothy Baham Annlce Baker McBeIIe Basore Lola Beard Lorame Becker Elmer Balls Carol Blomgren Norma Brrsco SECOND ROW Bull Brooke Glenna Brooks Harry Brostedt Raymond Cann John Caulluns Harland Chase Burton Chrlstuansen Caroline Clandon Forest Cooper Mary Duerden Robert Dunham THIRD ROW Dorothy Eberhart Jack EI: Tom Emback Vlrgmla Estes Margaret Flecher Louis Gray John Green Stuart Guss Bull Haden Leland Hoase Glorua Hernandez FOURTH ROW LeRoy Hlxon Royle Hogan Gene Hohenshelt Dorothy Holland Bob Jearnett Kenneth Johnson Bob Klmberlmg Wrllnam Kung Alfred Krkosko Arthur Lock wood Genelle LaHue FIFTH ROW Selso Loloca Jim Lambell Barbara Lea Bonnle Lee Mary Llngle Patrucra Lucero Marlorne Reet Lawrence Mardon Norma Martm Charles Murray Bull Martin SIXTH ROW Betty Mathrs Elva McCIeary Bettue McDowell Margaret Mechem Carmen Ruta Mlals Rlchard Mitchell Lorrame Moss Curtis Murray Eugene Muslunskle Bobby Nelson Betty Norton SEVENTH ROW Thomas O Brren Edward Openshaw Charles Orheld Eugene Penfold Bob Peters Glorra Pollard Morgue Reat Don Rector Joe Reed Wallre Reed Earlene Reush EIGHTH ROW Betty Rlchardson Jack Rutter Bull Bobbuns Bob Rohde Arlene Ramberger Roland Russell Jeanette Shane Lee Shlrle Bert Smrth Jack Snook Elaine Stefany NINTH ROW Edwln Storlle L J Tenell Carroll Turner Phyllis Wepler Arlene Wetlel Patrucna Wrllrams Kenneth Wilson Aluce Wood Hatson Wood Shlrley Woodburn Kenneth Yeager I ' 'fr' 1 .rx I i ,ww - ' 3 I vi . 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ACTIVITIES A A INK AND LAYCDUTS NCDW Q-X MARIAN HURST Associate Editor NEAL COX LEONARD NATHAN Art Editor Wuth all the tearnng of hatr and shouting that was done tt was with great surprlse and pleas ure that we were able to complete such an out standung yearbook We fussed and crabbed and stewed We shouted at each other and always dnsagreed Sure ut took tlme and plannung but that tame was spent In duelung wnth various members of the staff and faculty untul we felt we could blow our brarns out Seruously though we trled to put nn thas edu tlon the things you want the things you like We consnder thus Tralls End to be the most outstandnng ever to be conceived by the Annual Staff land of course we admlt wnth the deepest modestyl We wnsh to extend our thanks for the help contrubuted to us by Mrs Clara Hallowell Mrs Ruth Mayer and Mr Tom Potter And so hanrless and hoarse we of the Annual Staff dedncate thas book to you the student body Fellow Students of El Monte Hugh School I has been my prnvnlege and pleasure to assnst an recordlng our school history of 1941 and 1942 through the Trails End That thus yearbook be somewhat of a monument to the summer class of 1942 us my snncere hope The sponsors and staff have worked faithfully and wuth lnterest Thelr cooperatnon and effort should be recognuzed through the contents of thus our seventh edltnon of the T anls End I feel deeply grateful for thelr unlrmuted support Sincerely Glenn Smuth Editor AT TRAILS END 81 F ul' KY , - , , I 5 . . . . ,- I I ' ' ll ' I ll I I , . . Y I tg . . I u x - : nf I ' I I ' ' I V perhaps the last for the duration of the war, may Y .. y I I . . . W 1 u - f l ' . I . . I , r ., I, , . . . ,, ' I I i MEMBERS OE Tl-IE PRESS FRANCES TUCKER, Associate Editor GEORGE KINOSHITA, Associate Editor VIOLA TREMBLY, Business Mcnoger ARNOLD SALISBURY, Editor-in-Chief' LOREN RUSSELL, Sports Editor JACK MORGAN, Printing Foreman M Apu LIQNS' TRAIL if INK BLGTS If you wanted all the campus "dope," the first place to find it was in the "Lions' Trail." Be it where's or what's, who's and how's, it was there you found it, covered and written by capable news reporters. Besides printing the campus chatter, it kept you posted on all sports and scholastic events. We recall with delight some of the features we have enioyed. Remembering these columns of interest, we cannot forget those persons respon- sible for the work. Editor, Arnold Salisbury, Associate Editors, Frances Tucker and George Kinoshita, Sports Editor, Loren Russell, Reporters, Don Lawin, Rose Tiberti, Stella De Lacey, Helen Anderson, Shirley Wilson, Dorothy Green, Tetsuo Asato and Ted Yana, Exchange Editor, Edna Fisler. Much credit goes to the bookkeeping and sales- manship classes, and to the printing department. Mr. Vernon Patterson, capable journalist, was the adviser for the group. The "lnk Blots" is a publication sponsored by the Writers' Club. It is composed of contributions from all the English classes in the school. The obiect of this booklet is to publish the best creations ofthe students of El Monte High School. "Ink Blots" contains poems published by Califor- nia Anthology, which were submitted by our students, and other poems. lt also contains the prize short story of the year. The staft of this literary work is: Editor, Richard Peg-is-Qing Assistant Editor, Betty Finney, Publicity Manager, Jayne Dawson, and Artist, Som Rosen. 83 J I Name of Club Advlser Officers Flrst Semester Presudent Vuce President Secretary Sergeant at Arms Second Semester Presldent Vnce President Secretary Sergeant at Arms Actuvutues Servuce organnzatnon come Lnon Knnghts socual actnvutles ntnatuon dnnners Name of Club Advusers Offncers Furst Semester Vlce President Secretary Second Semester Presudent Vnce President Secretary Aims and Actlvutues Bag brothers LION SQUIRES Mr Herrel Russel McMurphy Allan Engllsh Albert Cook Leo Nemtzow Yoshlo Nakamura Don Brock Gordon Kean Leo Nemtzow Junior boys assisted Llon Knnghts skating party EAK SENIOR HI Y Mr Danner and Mr Hull Don Waddell Bull Saltonstall Gene Brlano Bud Pollard Art Hoberg Tru Y ou standnng clubs service to the school ushernng prlntung schedules ou ungs fleld traps IOIDT meetangs wlth the TrlYs Name of Club JUNIOR Hl Y Adviser Mr Brooks Thompson Offucers President Hugh Chudester Vnce President Jack Wlttnnghnll Secretary Jerry Rlley Actuvatles Servnce organuzatuons some :deals Gurls Trl Y branch Y M C A selected group get together Trl Y Lf' - . ,ff JI V A '. l - ' l I I, . . . J ll D - : l Rf ',f' '- ' ' ' ... ' ...Be- ,Y n'Il.!l , I l '. rkxrr' If , ....... - l', I' ' , I ..... . . D l 'l rl fra , .. . . 1 ,. rf , . I J 19,1 '4 . f' g r' "1 President ....... Sam Henrietta l ,V Af ' 'yi l U ' . ...... V . ' . A lv l All K . - . . .' .I .I .' .. .. LL ' ... Z . ...Jr,Hi-Y... t- W I , - lg ' ' . v' ' - . 1- ...gghw ,,,ih .. I ' x fs 4 . 4- ' 1. ' I Qwgwqzif ' ,,,, Q in ,Q . s Q 45 ' L?"- qw I nv Q 1' m X AV , if fag' A 7 , Q fs Q 15: Q - A I Q? fi A ' h 'X ' -5 or wx ' :Q " ' Nr. ff' 7:5 3,33 f ' 2 1 i 'Jn V ,S J A 9 " 1 f-f . M ..,,, Q Af. nn.. ...j........l . I '3- , . J: . Name of Club . . . . . SENIOR TRI-Y Sponsor ...... Mrs. Gertrude Hess Officers-First Semester: President .... . . Joyce Dodson Vice-President . . Dorothy Tyra Secretary . . . . Peggy Koch Treasurer . . . Gertrude Ewan Activities: Service club. . . social get-togethers with Senior Hi-Y . . . other Tri-Y clubs . . . welfare work . . . students and community families. Name of Club . . . JUNIOR TRI-Y Sponsor . . . . Miss Jean Irwin Ofticersz President . . . Joyce Kingdon Vice-President . . . . Joy Settle Secretary. . . Mary Jane Henkle Treasurer . . .... Wilma Drum Activities: Tri-Y conference . . . Whittier . . . charity work . . . doughnut sale . . . knitting . . .completed blanket . . . K.K.K. campaign . . . Christmas- tree sale . . . limited membership . . . Junior girls . . . voted into club. Name of Club . . . . FRESHMAN TRI-Y Advisers . . . Miss Bertha Skovmand, Miss Alpha Duncan Ofticers: President . . . . Patricia Montgomery Vice-President . . . . Joanna Mills Secretary . . . Barbara Hutchinson Treasurer . . . .... Joanne Ells Activities: Newly organized . . . club . . . not many ac- tivities . . . youngest Tri-Y group . . . Freshman girls . . . aim . . . render service . . . any worthy cause . . . ioint meeting . . . of Tri-Y's . . . K.K.K. . SOPHOMORE TRI-Y . Miss Kathleen McNally Officers, First Semester: President .... Vice-President . . Name of Club . Adviser .... . . . SueStarr . Pat Hillseth Secretary . . . Pat Jarvis Treasurer . . . Julia Martin Second Semester: President . . . . Josephine Smith Vice-President . . lrmagard Krebs Secretary . . . Betty Sherburne Treasurer . . . .... Pat Slagle Activities: Eat during class! . . . Sophomore Tri-Y sucker sale . . . fun and social events . . . gives help- ing hand . . . local family . . . in need . . . supplies them . . . pleasure . . . and welfare work. 87 SPLASI-I if DQCTCDI? IN IICDLISE? Name of Club . . Adviser . . Officers: President . . Vice-President. . Secretary . Activities: SWIMMING CLUB Mr. Lynn Nearpass . Jack Nelson . Bob Whitaker . Judy Perry Water babies and mermaids . . . field trips . . . swimming pools . . . places where swimming practiced . . . developing swimming into art. 88 Name of Club . Sponsor. . . Officers, First Semester: President. . Vice-President Secretary . Second Semester: President . Vice-President Secretary. . Activities: MEDICAL CLUB . . . . Dr. Brigham Donna Sanders Jean Patzman Lucille Allum Marilyn Lovitt Walter Patten Kathleen Jacks Interest . . . medical profession . . . renders service . . .campus . . . K.K.K. campaign . , . field trips . . . visit to hospitals. 4- 4 if f 10, 15,51 .ar POLISHED PEOPLE vt l-IALL GUARDS Name of Club . . SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Sponsor ........ Mr. De Garis Officers-First Semester: President ..... . . Sue Starr Vice-President ..... Sol Polansky Secretary and Treasurer . Caroline Hendin Second Semester: President ........ Frank Weiss Vice-President ...... Bonnie Holst Secretary and Treasurer, Betty Louise Roberts Activities: standard of scholarship . . . Foster higher broader ideals of service . . . students of El Monte Union High School . . . several field trips . . . Griffith Park Observatory . . . N.B.C. broadcasting studio to view a broadcast. Name of Club . . . HALL GUARDS Adviser . . . Mr. B. L. Bergstrom Officers: Captains: Period I-Eugene Briano Maxwell Meadows Period 2-Robert Whitaker Jim Parsons Period 3-Robert Flores Tom Davis Period 4-Dwight Andrus Frank DeLacey Period 5-Geo. Wilkerson Robert Sweeney Period 6-Jerry Burrows Jerell Sorenson Heads: Walter Kelson, Maxwell Meadows Activities: Assist newcomers and strangers . . . campus . . . order . . . corridors . . . people . . halls during classes . . . assist . . . emergencies . . . one service point . . . each semester . . . period . . . captain . . . responsible . . . stu- dents . . . on duty. 89 Fl L l Q mmap Y- O lie, - " ' JW P? Svww- MAJ Nl 'K ul' -in-1 , 'ir Q ' 1 Fig is ... -H-haf .Ai Name . . . . HOME ECHO CLUB Advisers . . Mrs. Spencer, Miss Nelson Officers: President . . . Virginia Laughlin Vice-President . . Betty Ann Gritton Secretary . . . Grace Forgery Treasurer . . . . . . Karrene Dittus Aims-Activities: "What's cookin'?" . . . "enticing odors" . . . lucky fellows . . . capture these maidens . . . mem- bers from Home Economic classes . . . keep the pot boiling . . . 2 cups of sugar ...Miss Nelson and Mrs. Spencer. Name of Club ..... ELLEN RICHARDS Advisers, Mrs. Eva Spencer and Miss Helen Nelson Officers-First Semester: President .... . Lucille Anderson Vice-President . . Norma Brosdedt Secretary . . . Annabell Brown Treasurer . . . Satsuki Okuma Second Semester: President . . . . Satsuki Okuma Vice-President . . . Helen Swetnika Secretary . . . Muyako Hasegawa Treasurer ....... Helen Freeman Activities: Limited to Junior and Senior girls . . . Home Economics . . . purpose and obiective . . . broaden knowledge . . . field of homemaking . . . increase interest in homemaking . . . Red Cross and Bundles for Britain . . . food sales . . . teas . . . welfare work. Name of Club . . ASTRONOMY CLUB Sponsor ..... Mr. Chester Holsopple Officers-First Semester: President .... . Walter Kelson Vice-President . . . Leonard Nathan Secretary . . . Rollin Conrow Second Semester: President . . . Leonard Nathan Vice-President . . . Albert Cook Secretary . . . Wallis Leonard Activities: Students . . . studying heavenly bodies . . . trip to Griffith Park Observatory . . . other field trips . . . discuss topics . . . general interest . . . weekly meetings . . . past years telescopes made . . . members . . . war . . . conditions . . . securing of materials . . . impossible . . . halted . . . building. Name of Club Adviser ..... Officers-First Semester: President . . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Second Semester: President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . Activities: telescopes. . CHEMISTRY CLUB . Mr. Harold Webb . Joe Hawkins . . Ray Cox . Walter Kelson . Joe Hawkins . . Ray Cox . . . JacqueDuvalI Strange smells . . . strange noises . . . amateur chemists. . . experiments. . . smells fill Science Building . . . odd noises . . .only minor explo- sions . . . chemists truly enjoy them . . . field trips. . . secret formula .. .valuable . . . who knows? TUBES AND TPI FSCOPES 91 D, E25 17 X, sk ' 1 s J L v 4 , f X 'Z faf gg. s few 'Z vim its F M? 1 u 2 , agggwwi ZF 1 iw. U WMA nvfcwp r I' Y, x Y J: QgE, f W .ilu ,M ' wlfw-4146 W 4 EXITS SENIOR PLAY On the nughts of the 'l4th and l5th of May capacity audiences enioyed to the utmost the rollicking comedy by Moss Hart and George S Kaufman You Cant Take It With You lts unfaillng good humor its varied characters and uts optimistic philosophy of life were only a few of the reasons why the Senior Class chose this play It shows un their many moods the members of the lovable Sycamore famuly headed by Grampa Vanderhof Thus part was played by Jack Noble and Don Lawin Grampa who had learned how to get the best out of lufe and the Sycamore household constituted a luving commentary on the truth that the time to enloy life is now The plot uncludes Tony Kirby CBob Nims and Jack Robsonj who falls un love with Alice Syca more lGertrude Ewan and Beverly Marschekj The imaginary boundaries of class distinction serve to keep them apart but Tony refuses to give her Pompous Mr Kirby CTom Englishj us finally con verted to the happy go lucky madness of the Sycamore family Thus cure is brought about by his surprise vusit to the Sycamores while they were entertaining an ex Grand Duchess of Rus sua lMargaret McCrayl No mention has yet been made of the strange activities of certain members of the household who are engaged in manufacturing fireworks' nor of the hand printing-press set up in the par- lor- nor of Reba lShirley Clair and Juanita Schultzl the colored maid and her friend Donald lDuane Sharp and Lawrence Bevingtonl. Mrs. Kirby was played by Barbara Mueller and Virginia McNichols Essie Carmichal by Bonnie Holst her brother Ed by Don Waddell and Tom- my Applewhite. The portrayal of Penelope Sycamore was done by Shirley Wilson and Peggy Koch, Paul Syca- more, the husband, by Bob Shue and Dick Wat- son. Boris Kolenkhow, the strange Russian, was played by Francis Guess, Mr. Henderson, the in- come tax collector, by Jay Fugitt and Bob McPhail, Mr. De Pinna, the ex-iceman, by Edgar Babb and Bill Nueneubel. Two casts were chosen, in order that more peo- ple could display their talents. Under the able di- rection of Miss Alice Wever, dramatic coach, the play was received most enthusiastically. 93 ALL Tl-IE WOR Name of Club . . ROYAL THESPIANS Adviser . . Mr. Robert Haugh Officers: President . . . . . . Jack Noble Vice-President . . Russell McMurphy Secretary . . . . Bill Norton Treasurer . . Sam Rosen Activities: Biggest school performances backed by Royal Thespians . . . composed of students . . . out- standing in dramatic performances . . . in fu- ture . . . assemblies . . .who knows.. .a great actor, actress . . . a comedian . . . Royal Thes- pians production . . . world renowned? 94 LD'S A STAGE Name of Club . . . DRAMATICS Sponsor . . Miss Alice Wever Officers: President . . . Shirley Clair Vice-President . . . Bonnie Holst Secretary . . . Victoria Henrietta Activities: Make believe Wells or Fontaine. . . prospective artists . . . opportunity . . . makeup practice . . . learning lines . . . set building . . . Miss Wever . . . emoting. ff ' X ur, . .2 f Q .153 N' U u e I 4 QI' r if ' 'F Q f f .sf , K .L U , wg A, Q A P A I - ,fx an -...H ff DQ 5 S Kg Q Q ...Ja :- H gy, 1' V Q. ,sl H. , v 1 1 ,' V . 9, -' .4 :sri , Af W Q J W 3 ' "25 f f , W , W .M- fs -7. an ,ww-nk I an X , ir, . "' f ' .ff me 'LT Q ' A W n 4 - f" .- 1, if-. W . N -f-f ' -A-1 -Qs R ,Q Q 5752 as Q Af", 9 M44 Er, If-f Q, V-if ,nam ,- I , , , - f x- , if ' A ug .f -1 list. as fy fi .3 f Qs , fl, Q 4554? 'vwff U Z I fs, 2 ' J VV J .:Vv ,, V F , ,Q , iw 1' If I , , ., ', if. 4 cg, ,H Nome of Club . . WRITERS CLUB Sponsor . . Miss Bertha Lindel Officers-First Semester: President . . . Richard Pearson Vice-President . . Jayne Dawson Secretory . . . Jean Hale Second Semester: President . . . . Jayne Dawson Vice-President . . Richard Pearson Secretary . . . Charlene Baker Activities: Tomorrow's great . . . poets . . . authors . . . sponsor . . . edit INK BLOTS . . . inspiration of the month. INK SLIIXIGEIQS l-IIGl-I FLYEIQS Name of Club Sponsor . . Officers: President . Vice-President Secretary . Activities: . FLYING LIONS Mr. G. E. Johnson . Larry Klein . Norman Klein . Fred Potter Active and successful year. . . model airplanes . . . some have won contests . . . built models . . . own amusement and interest. . . for gov- ernment. s A xg MV, , , 4, af 5 ,Q X- 5 4, . , ,IT ull U73- ' H? 0 iw I o-A145234 M. Tzlli, qu as ,4 .-..,:., f 5111- 6 WIIIard WhIttInghIII A. Name of Club Sponsor Offlcers FIrst Semester PresIdent VIce PresIdent Secretary Treasurer Second Semester PresIdent VICE PresIdent Secretary Treasurer ACTIVITIES LOS AMIGOS Mrs Ernesta Atwater LOUIS Guerrero Mary ChIco Lorenzo SIIvas EmIIIa PenIIIa Henry Zamora Danny Lopez Joe Cervantez Mary ChIco SpanIsh speakIng students better under standIng of school and IIS actIvItIes useful socIaI partIes hobby show of arts and crafts SSWIUQ for Red Cross Padua HIs FLLJENTLY Name of Club LOS MONTANEROS AdvIser MISS Isabel Dmsmoor OTTICSTS FIrst Semester PresIdent LorraIne SmIth ' 'VICE PresIdent BIII Saltonstall Secretary VIrgInIa OConnor Second Semester LIONS JAPANESE CLUB The Lions Japanese Club has been very OCIIVG durIng past years However due to war condItIons the club wIII dIsband at the end of thus year to be reorganIzed at some Iater date OTIICSYS PresIdent VICE PresIdent Record I ng Secretary CorrespondIng Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms George KInoshIta Ruth MIyakawa Dora Kuwahara LIIIIan Okada Betty Funo YoshIo Nakamura SPEAKING Name of Club Sponsor OTTICSYS FIrst Semester PresIdent VIce PresIdent Secretary Second Semester PresIdent LATIN CLUB Maryetta Murray Frank WGISS Lark CIIne Helen Brown PresIdent Betty Lou Roberts VIce PresIdent Wendellyn Corbett WIIIard WhIttInghIII VIda Johnson VICE PresIdent Secretary Dolores Owen Secreta ry ACTIVITIES ActIvItIes Promote Spanlsh culture and Interest good InItIatIon banquet annual dInner poInt standmg many years B grade ead system status grade C or better ersI"IIp sportsmanshlp Interest socIaI events IDISFSSIIDQ tours partIes IDIIIGIIOD dInner trlp to Padua HIIls 99 ' I 1 1 : . I . 'II. ,-1' 4 . . . . . . 1' - ..... ' ....... if . . . , Il ...... ....... ,HL Lf 2 I ' ...I - "" . CULTURE IIN! BLGCM i 1 X9. ff' Act I The Scene-A Rocky Sea Coast. Morning By mistake, the nurse, Ruth, has apprenticed young Frederic to a band of pirates. Being a slave to duty, he is determined to leave the pirates when he is twenty-one and devote the remainder of his life wiping out piracy. The daughters of Major-General Stanley, pic- nicking on a lonely strip of beach, stumble on the pirates' lair. Frederic asks their sympathy. Mable offers her love to assist in his reform. The pirates return and seize the girls. Maior-General Stanley arrives and rescues them by pretending to the tender-hearted pirates that he is an orphan boy, and so they let him go. OO Act ll The Scene-A Ruined Chapel-By Moonlight Fearing the pirates may discover he is no orphan, General Stanley is in hiding. Frederic arrives with the policemen preparing to attack the pirates' lair. When the household has retired, the Pirate King and Ruth come to inform Frederic that, hav- ing been born in leap year, he has not yet reach- ed his twenty-first birthday and is still a pirate! He sees his duty and returns to the band. That night the pirates attack the castle and overpower the policemen defending it. The Sergeant of Po- lice demands their surrender "in Queen Victoria's Name." Ruth then discloses that the pirates are all noblemen who have "gone wrong." The Ma- ior-General forgives them and offers his daugh- ters in marriage and all ends happily. PIRATES GF PENZAIXICE By Gilbert and Sullivan Directed by Miss Gretchen Evans THE CAST: Mabel, the Heroine .... . Joy Settle Frederic, the Pirate Apprentice . . Jack Lang The Pirate King ..... Thomas English Maior'General Stanley . . . James Moncton Samuel, Pirate Lieutenant .... Bill Lang Ruth, Pirate Maid-of-All-Work . Gloria Nixon Edith ........ Jacqueline Scarlett Kate .... Mildred Adams Sergeant of Police . . Jack Pearson Isobel .... . Dawn Simmons Jijkif 4 ! I Y' , WV! -ff 4 I P? 1 xg! Name of Club . . . A CAPPELLA Sponsor ...... Miss Gretchen Evans Officers-First Semester: President .... . . Tom English Secretary . . Dora Kuwahara Treasurer. . . . Joy Settle . Yasuko Higa Robe Mistress . Second Semester: Secretary . . Mildred Adams Treasurer . . . Jackie Scarlett Robe Mistress . . Pat Reeves Activities: Name of Club Sponsor . . Officers: President . . Vice-President Treasurer . . Activities: . GIRLS' CHORUS Miss Gretchen Evans . . Jackie Scarlett Betty Lou Raymond Dorothy Van Fosson Christmas cantata . . . two performances . . . "Pirates of Penzance" . . . sponsored . . . song contest . . . school participation. Baker P.-T.A .... Jr. Woman's Club, L. A .... Name of Club . . . BOYS' GLEE CLUB E.U.H.5., P.-T.A .... Christmas assembly . . . . . . M' h E Opening of Christmas Tree Lane. . . Lion's Club Sponsor 'SS Grelc en Vans . . . Rosemead . . . Eastern Star . . . Pirates of Officers: Penzance . . . vocal contest at Occidental col- preside,-,f . I I Ed Sawyer lege . . . Rosemead Community Church . . . Secretory , - Bill Afchley E-U-l'l-5- B0CC0l0U"e0fe- Treasurer . . Wilbur Hostetler Librarian : . . Don Wood A 1" 't'e : Name of Club . . GIRLS' GLEE CLUB C Nl' S , , , X December . . . patriotic rally. . . Christmas can- Sponsor . . Miss Gretchen Evans Nota . . . Christmas Tree Lane . . . "Pirates of Officers. Penzance, 5 , - V 441' . I V President . . . . Lulu Rae Reynolds 3 1 f, jf! 1 jl1l ' f dice-President ..... Bebtrice Ggwn firpf.. ' . fb, ' 'I I ff Secretary . . . . . Luca De Angeles V ' . ' . " ' I ' l ' V Treasurer ...... Yvonne Holt , ll ll! ! U I V0 X 1, - 6 Z K ,JJ 1 I 1 1 f Lf t J .1 ! ! V' , l I M ' I I! 'X-J I .f A! musical prese ' ns . . . Christmas ky' f f '1 .J-. "Pi t of Pen ance". .. creditand ff! " K 4 VI! A X Yf' I, n u n . . . entertainmery. I ,X f - ' ,, I , ' I' , ' fl, cm ff! C lf., jp ' If J I . L 1 X VI, f ,111 1 J I . 'f l 1 ,1 f N V! W j f 1"' " ,f I ll' 1,1 ,fi 1 I ffl 1,1 vllllfv .11 , Y 'ful I 4' 1 1 yy 4 V I fi! lf if ,JD f -1 I " ,X f' I "fl v f 5 1 XM J uf I' I . -1 ,wif l :sf X, V' 0 I X f I 1 I I if fl ' -Ai!! .fyygy Activities: STREAMLINE STIQLJTTERS Name . . . MAJORETTES Sponsor . . Mr. Harold Brown Maiorettes: Gloria Van Kampen Ernestine Metzinger Jorane King Rosemary Crowe Pat Hillseth Lucille Anderson Marie Morris Natalie Walters Betty Connors See those flashing batons? Those colorful uni- forms? And those . . . ahem-trim figures? . . . Yes! Here they are, that dashing front rank of the band . . . accompanying the band at almost all its performances, these girls make their spectacular appearances . . . the kind of ap- pearances we have learned to enjoy and ex- pect . . . besides performing at assemblies and sport events the organizations have taken part in concerts for the P T A and outside at tractions such as music week but dont let the happy smiles fool you Its hard work these girls do and boy do their dogs bark when its over land I aint woofinl FLAG BEARERS Cute as a bug s ear were these flag-bearers in their iaunty blue-and-white out- fits. Always in place for the essential and inspir- ing flag ceremony-the presentation of "Old Glory," the Bear Flag, and the Lions' Flag-were Sarah Finkle, Betty Meagher, Peggy O'Neil, and Virginia McNichols, the head flag-bearer. Mr. Brown was in charge of this precision troupe which acted so neatly at all student assem- blies and big games. r X I J . I V , l w T VL' I l IXQJJ. I 'X . ' l "fx J A' i if ff! i T-pf Ifjx, , - ' J! t J f ' ' ,A it ll fp pl Aff . , J X i L 11 X ri J ' f l JJ! - J , J - P e fjffp l l 1 Wi 'wp ,gl yfjjlyff Qf' 'W 'ix I F' ,f X , l fv , lg-4 X 1 ,lf I ' Name . . EL MONTE LIONS BAND Do you hear that music? The rustle of drums, the blow of trumpets? lt's the kind of music that Conductor . . Mr. Hal Brown makes a kid turn around and say, "Here comes a parade!" Officers: And with the rustle of those drums and blow presidem i A . Culver, Rush of those trumpets, the band brought to you, with Vice-President ' . . Betty Conklin :hke flashing front ranks, the kind of music you u e. Secfefafv ' ' ' Mary Helen Akin Not onl has the band erformed for school Y P Treasurer . , , Bob Conklin activities, but also in local parades and concerts. STRIKE UP TI-IE BAND N. T Lx XJX I ' x . " I - i l , f ft-MN' 105 lyxl Name LOS MUSICOS lCommerclal Orchestral Sponsor Mr Harold Brown Oftlcers Presndent Davne Nichols Vnce President Shirley Glbbs Secretary Vlrgunla O Connor Beat me Daddy with boogy beat' Sweet or slow swung or low It s the Commercial Orchestra who can play lt' The Los Muslcos have become very well popu larlzed through their art of playing popular musuc They have always been well received un our assemblies and made a bug hut wlth all durlng our exchange assemblses Durnng the year one of their most entertaln mg programs was for the Red Cross Benefit Very ably connected wlth the orchestra IS the Los Musucos Chour of which all are outstandlng vocalasts The talented young ladies who appear wuth the orchestra and help put the listener on the desired mood are Shnrley Gibbs Vlrguma OConnor Kay Klnoshlta Mnldred Allum Ger trude Ewan Marlorue Raymond and Llllnan Swartz Name CONCERT ORCHESTRA Sponsor Mr Harold Brown Offncers Presldent Don Dukeshure Vnce President Galen Sheetz Secretary Marulyn Wlgglns These fine advanced musncnans always come as reluef from our present day swung They can bring to us with dlgnlty the muslc we luke to hear The waltz the tango the sym phony All done beautlfully and well Besides learmng the classncs they receive trammg ln the fundamentals theory and back ground of music T07 l V' L 1 I w . . . , I I G ' ' ' Treasurer , , ,,,,, Bill Hqughton Tl'eCISUt'er' . . ..... Lois Kl0tZl9GClC I I . ' . ., . ' - ' 1 I ' s - . I I I - . . . . I . l I . . . , I - I - I : . . , . . . , . . . I I I ' I . . I . . Name of Club SUB DEBS Sponsor Mrs Madeleine Halley Officers Presudent Vuce President Audrey Kurth Martha Smlth Secretary Dorothy Thompson Treasurer Claudeen Kuzer Actuvatues Create finer understanding of gurls acquaint gur s with ladylike habots bowling skating swlmmung blcycllng barbecue pot luck dlnner member ship Juniors and Seniors Name of Club Sponsor Officers First Semester: President . Vice-Presiden . Secretary . . Second Semester: President . . Secretary . Activities: Art-minded students . opportunity . . . express 108 ART CLUB Mrs Mayer . Adeline Smith . Moiave Millier . Dolores Smith . MaryJaneHenl4le . . Dolores Smith create a pleasure . . . . artistic emotion. Name of Club AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Sponsor Mr Brooks Thompson Oftlcers President Aaron Benson Vlce President Harvey Ross Secretary Harvey Hennes Actlvltaes Purchased radio equipment tape machine code practice learnung codes Name of Club LION S LENS Adviser Mr Chester Holsopple Ofticers: President . . . Tom Smith Vice-President . . Albert Cook Secretary. . . LaurenFine Activities: Hypos . . . developing pictures . . . pho og- raphy . . . developing and printing pictures . . . cameras. . .taking pictures. . . poses. . . mili- tary service. . . valuable. . .called into service. I V 4 f if 1 .4 v by ' sx vs' 'I I S 'N . 4. 9 ' A 'Q I '7 1 . U X ,. ' 'Q x f , 5 J I' s 13 ,I Y-' 'tx 4 ., , l3C5u'ri1DnilEs + PQRESTS f FQQTHILLS HO Name . . MACHINISTS CLUB Sponsor. . . . Mr.Jones Ofticers: President . . . Willard Whittinghill Vice-President . . . George Kocher Secretary-Treasurer. . . Leon Giles Activities: Expressive comments . . . banging of fingers ... working with machines. . .training ...shop work. . . plane . . . win this war. Name Sponsor , Officers: President . . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . . Activities: Learn . . . woodwork . . . . . . students and teachers . . B... keep 'em choppin'! WOOD CHOPPERS Mr. A. E. Edmonds . Bob McPhail . Lester Foote . Bill Hicox . Fred Fix better cooperation .grades . . . A or Name of Club . Adviser ..... Officers, First Semester: President .... Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Second Semester: President . . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Activities: . OUTDOOR CLUB Mr. Harold Webb . . Ray Cox . Don Waddell . Joe Hawkins . Erwin Estes . . DonWaddell Robert Hagerman . Russell Hibbard . . RayCox Boys . . . outdoor activities . . . promote inter- est . . . outdoors . . . members acquainted with . . .camping . . . hiking . . High Sierras. Name of Club . Advisers .... Ofificers, First Semester: President .... Vice-President. . Secretary . . Second Semester: President . . Vice-President. . Secretary . . . Activities: Good sportsmanship students . . . like horses excursions . . . trips . . SADDLECLUB Mr. Amos Stetler, Miss Gretchen Evans . Marian Hurst . Toni Strinz . Kay Beyer . Marian Hurst . Bob Allen . . Toni Strinz goodfellowship . . . want knowledge of horses . . . riding . . . baskets for the poor. 52 . 'Ill c xy PLATFQIQMS PEDACOCUFS Sponsor Mr Tom Fone' Advisers Mr Robert Hicks Officers First Semester MVS Dorothy Copeland President Joe Hawkins Officers Vice President Victor Cline President BeHYJ Sanborn Secretary Jean Hale Vice President Victor Cline Second Semester A .I President . . . Victor Cline Secretory ' ' Dons M' IS Vice-President . . Jean Hale . , . , Activities: Secretary . . . Sara Finkel Cooperation. . .students and teachers ...cadet A T' 'T' : , C W' 'es , teaching . . . opportunities . . . monthly meetings Promote interest . . . fundamentals of debat- - ing...pOiSe..'C,eGr1hinkmg Hispeoking I U ... reports.. . phases ofteachlng ...several public manner . . . engaged in various debates Speckers ' - ' one - - - -le"mY TUCke" Boker - - - . . . faculty . . . interesting . . . amusing. club name. 'l'l2 f 43? 'ls-1 'Qs af' is if Y X l 2 LIQIXI LANCERS Name of Club . . Sponsor ..... . Officers, First Semester: President ..... Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Second Semester: President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . LION LANCERS Mr. Paul Hadley . Bob Halloway . Jacque Duvall . . Erwin Estes . Edgar Babb . Jacque Duvall . . Erwin Estes Robert Hagerman Robert Hagerman This newly developed organization is planning to maintain the high standards of the Lion Knights and to be of any possible service to the school. The boys accepted in this group are all out- standing, intelligent citizens and students. Fellows, we're all wishing you the best of luck and hope you become one of the most outstand- ing groups in the high school. I. M BUS DRIV BUS DRIVERS-M. O. "Jake" Dillard . . . Edward Workman . . . Carl Soults . . . Bill Staben . . . Bill Butler CSupt. of Transportationj. We have an efficient and first-grade bus sys- tem developed, under the fine supervision of Mr. William Butler. The Bus Drivers should be congratulated on their fine work during the past. Transporting pupils, athletic teams and the band isn't an easy iob, so with appreciation and thanks, we say, "Keep 'em rolling!" Name . . . . CUSTODIANS Head Custodian ....... F. M. Hill E. V. Nixon, S. B. Shaner, A. L. Siechert, Wil- liam Rogers, J. L. Pleasant, John MacRae, Joseph Emery, George P. Moss, William O'Neill, Frank Gibbs. Gardeners: Henry J. Morales, Charles Pearson, Emery Weaver, Arthur O. Esse. 4 ERS "Keep Kampus Klean" day is every day for this fine group of men. You've probably seen them hurry and scurry, hither and thither, saying "unkind words" about those "- -e -" kids who throw stuff around. Yes, we may well be proud of our beautiful campus and these energetic men sho' keep it so. CAFETERIA STAFF: Manager, Mrs. Della Harmon. Assistants: Mrs. Carrie Farmer, Mrs. Emeld Emery, Mrs. lsyl Meeks, Mrs. Rebecca Hall, Mrs. Lola Workman, Mrs. Irene Burkett, Mrs. Della Gable. Yes, sir, they dish it out, and that ain't hash! fslurpll This eFficient staff has served the student body in more than one way. These are the women who stand for that: "l want apple pie!" or "Gimme that salad!" or "Shoot a 'ptady' to me, lady." Yes, they "dish it out," and they can "take it," too! CUSTGDIANS if CAFETEIQIA STAFF 115 WW ,0i4ffvQL!Z2!g7,,,,,,,A2,,Q0fJ 'A"4-cle ,-541.414 LaA!d"4f'4'-44.w64.en.4 ,ngalf -:dak wu.4Qf:iTo0J2Az4"'f"9'AWX'J WJ ,464 rD0f' 'iQA2L04L,V .27MQ -ff! 01114 I fi EDITHJHTA fffffv ' AJ Lfyzf-44,4 J, .,4 - s .1 . ' . ' .7 J 7' 0 Z Q ., V . J fs , VO I I " , x . If 1- ' v s . 7 4? yr, 171144 fi. 0721, . 1 f .A .A . f- , M -f 1.44 ff-.1 X. YL, ,KAL f -4 91- fffyfjlgif . ' ,1 . fx ,' f, X ' , , YL, 1.44041-f ,I . ' 'V ' MHLENQS BUYS SPQRTS COACHES: Lynn Nearpass-Head of Physical Edu- cation Department, Varsity Track, "B" Track, "C" Track. Charles Williams-Varsity Football, "B" Basket- ball, Wrestling. George Phelps-Varsity Baseball, Varsity Bas- ketball, "B" Football. Willard GoodhuefVarsity Football, Varsity Baseball, "C" and "D" Basketball. Lester McNichols+"C" Football. Paul Hadley-Tennis. Harold Webb-Assistant Track Coach Bob Haugh-Intramural. George Morse-Director of Equipment. I 'gif l x' Q , ,.f, 6-T 5 , AU!!! pgs, McNlCHOLS Name of Club . Sponsor . Officers: President. . Vice-President . Secretary .... Athletic Commissioner A-sf q":,97 HADLEY LETTERMEN'S CLUB . Mr. Nearpass . Jack Nelson . . Gene Smith Lawrence Briano . Fred Barton WEBB HAUGH M0355 Requirements: Ten points for entrance . . . varsity letter, 10 points . . . "B" letter, 6 points . . . "C" letter, 4 points . . . "D" letter, 2 points. Aim: To further unity among sportsmen . . . control awards. 'll9 GQ LIQNS + FIGHT LICDNS 5- 1., ,M fb iff itll, TWA' vi s 1 X' ' 3 -1 1 'I Y . I v Q I .Q LJ 1 gl? s . ,J wi 3' . V x .., . 1 J N Q s Y xl , I IX e-' .1 ' l MIX -4 i .3 Y , Q ' X o' 1 2 I. , f .- ', i V ' r ' o R - 'J ,I ' .1 ' N , J , . 5 1 :FX ' g N Y x x y. b . r J v. 'X v vj C J H. ' ' ,f ,ff A All 1 N I '51 120 ELMO: This, ladies and gentlemen, is Elmo, our sweet and lovable mascot, donated by Mr. Gay, and named by Bob Patterson. Elmo is a great, big, ferocious lion, but where lionesses are con- cerned, he is nothing but a wolf. Having the King of Beasts for our mascot is only natural, since El Monte High is the King of schools. The whole student body is concerned with Elmo's social aspirations. Since he has become such a celebrity, people have named hamburger stands after him. x .- , 3 . 1,-' X N ' . c A J ee-... ,sg A ,.ffg,, -ii, f, on L uf'-il J" I P' A .Pl .r .Ly - jf' ,471 ' ,L lb ..l'r"a j' Ur ' ul Ll . LLL -1 S-xfl YELL LEADERS: "Give 'em the axe! Come on now, let's get behind the team and really yell!" Such was the enthusiastic cry of lively Louie Sakamoto, first semester head yell leader. Under this able leadership, and with the invaluable assistance of Sol Polansky and Gene Smith, the Lions roared on to victory. None the less lively were the second semester yell leaders. Bill Haughton, that drummer man, with assistants Sol Polcnsky and Joe Emery, was an inspiration to the whole student body. SONG LEADERS: Five vivacious song leaders help- ed promote pep and enthusiasm at different games and assemblies. Attired in natty white pique outfits, with the Alma Mater song in blue around the skirt, they were the center of all eyes at many school and civic programs. These girls worked with the band and added a lot of zip to its front ranks. Head Song Leader Shirley Wilson's helpers were: Martha Stagis, Mary Helen Akin, Jackie Caldwell, and Glynda De Garmo. 5... X 1 Af Q 1 S yy s 0 s -1' .i . N4-JLK-fi. UL 'N-kkx 'A S.,g X '4 iff- :4l.A, :fx 4 X l x ACTICDN CDN THE GRIDIRCDIXI VARSITY FOOTBALL. Despite handicaps, the Lion varsity football team, with the help of three all- league players and the fine coaching of "Chuck" Williams, finished a good season. The big event of the year was the trip to Yuma, where the Lions swamped the Convicts, 'I6-O. The highlight of the season was the presenta- tion of all-league honors to Jack Dennison, half- back, Don McCullough, second end, and Dwight 147 Andrus, second-team guard. Other stalwarts on the local squad were Omar Albers, end, Lawrence Briano and Gene Bauer, giant tackles, dynamic Bob Forbes, guard, Captain Dick Warson, center, fleet Jack Dennison, quarterback, whirlwind Jack Nelson, right halfback, charging Bill Luman, left halfback, and punter Don Waddell, fullback. Assisting the team greatly were George Morse and Manager Bob Hagerman. 123 sy "B" FOOTBALL. Led by Jimmie Freeman and Gene Briano, the Lions pushed across a lone tally in third quarter of the championship Montebello game, which was enough to defeat the "Oilers" in a fast and furious fray. This championship team, inspired by the out- standing coach, George Phelps, won all of its league games except one with Covina, and that was a tie, 6 to 6. Outstanding players were: Ends, Joe Warner, Jack Barton and Johnny Yamamoto, tackles, Joe Kaufman, Bill Norton, Jack Miller, and co-captain Bill Stem, guards were Minoro Tokeshi, Harold Johnson, Bud Pollard and Louie Sakamoto, cen- ter, co-captain Gene Smith and Bob Erbe, backs were Jim Freeman, Bill Tokeshi, Bill Penfold, Gene Briano, Ronald Hanke and Bob Murray. "C" FOOTBALL. Under the fine coaching of Mr. Lester McNichols, the Lion "Cee" pigskinners had an unusually bright season. The team, captained by Yosh Hazama and "Pinky" Kloos, started the season with an impres- sive 24 to 6 victory over a much bigger Citrus eleven. The Lions finished the season with three wins, four losses, and two ties. Bill Hawkins, fighting end, was easily the best lineman on the team, while Yosh Hazama led the backfield men. Other boys who saw plenty of action were: Jerry Burrows, George Sakamoto, Howard Hawk- ins, Hiro Nishimura, Archie Escuiura, Yosh Na- gai, and Frank Morales. STARS ON Tl-IE FIELD Tl-lEY DEFEND SUR ,MW OUTSTANDING ATHLETES: Jack Dennison . . . Football Tod Davis . . Basketball Jack Nelson . . . Track Art Hoberg . . Baseball 126 GGAI. "TCD W " I Q I' VARSITY BASKETBALL The members ofthe speedy varsity basket ball team brought high honors to El Monte this year Tod Davis Jack Nelson and Richard Kelly took all league honors as forward guard and center respectively Mentor George Phelps led the boys through the season to e with Montebello at the finals The complete first string lineup was as follows Jack Nelson guard Richard Kelly center Tod Davis and Don McCullough forwards. Neil Monohan, captain of this outstanding casaba squad, played guard. Sl-IQCDTING "B" BASKETBALL. The members of the "B" team were the hardluck kids of the year. Captain Dean Kring led a hard-working, but unsuccessful, team through a season of exciting games. Although the players were of the highest caliber, Lady Luck didn't put in an appearance for any of the league games. Guards were Don Brown and Gene Smith. Bud Pollard filled the center position, with Dick Depert and Dean Kring as forwards. Chuck Williams coached this am- bitious team. 128 I .1 ff l-IIGI-l WITH "C" BASKETBALL. The class "C" basketballers lost the championship to Monrovia only after a hard- fought game. Under the splendid coaching of "Lefty" Good- hue, and captained by Bill Hawkins, the team piled up many honors. Regular starting forwards were: Bill Hawkins and Tetsuo Asato, center, Johnny Yamamoto, and the guards, Dick Morgan and Sam Shimoguchi. Players who saw a lot of action were: Al Clemmer, guard, Aleck Mackay, center, and Jim Cleminson, forward. ..4,w 1 ,gl Tl-IE HBEESH AND "CEES" "D" BASKETBALL. The "Dees," coached by "Lefty" Goodhue, were in a three-way tie, along with Monrovia and South Pasadena, for the league championship. First-team players were at the forward spots, Bill Savoie and Art Sanborn, Lawrence Harvey handled the center position, and the two guards were Frank Morales and lchero Kosha. Frank Morales, presiding as captain, inspired the team to victory. TAKE QCDLJT TCD , Y N als i X'l . ,. lu N f i.. , VARSITY BASEBALL. Coach George Phelps led the horsehiders during the first part of the season. When he left, Coach Goodhue had the difficult iob of taking over in midseason. Veteran Tod Davis captained the squad. Bill Yoder filled the catcher's mitt, although only a Sophomore. Other Sophomores who made varsity were Dick Morgan, shortstop, and Lorenzo Silvas, left field. Holding down the bases were Art Hoberg, first, Don McCullough, second, and Bill Stem, third. Loren Russell and Norman Tietien played center and right field respectively. . J XM Mx- TI-IE BALI. GAME an fl .U As .,.-51" fan-" . .. 2 I i ii 3 2 6- T' H' l'Y?':.'5T.'4n'iiZ' X fif. A Jai av- I, - 1 1 . ', , l ,I . 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V. tennis team took its first league meet with an impressive score of 'IO to 'l, mowing down Burbank in the process. Outstanding doubles players were: Jack Hollo- way and Jack Gray, Norman Dunlap and Hil- bert Lee. Outstanding singles players were: Darrel Trub and Larry Klein, Clyde Hawk and Bruce Mc- Nichols, Arthur Sanborn and Bob Patterson, and Roland Dinsmoor and Hugh Chidister. Coach Paul Hadley guided the group. AND FOLLOW THROUGH Qtr! 9 l. I fin. KE A FL!-XSl-I Tl-IEY XS 'S famsw 'W-.. , iso .f 'JB WRESTLING. The high school wrestling team soared above expectations when they finished high in Southern California competition. Wrestling sometimes several classes above their weight, the fellows brought laurels to the Lions. Captain Millsap lead the squad. The outstanding wrestlers were: Wendell Mill- 134 sap, an 85-pounder who wrestled in the 95- pound class and rated second in league compe- titionp Clyde Beaston, 103-pound class, came in second, Frank Morales, l'l2 pounds, came in third. Vern Orr, 120 pounds, Harold Johnson, l35, Dick Bloomfield, 154, and Bill Shaw, l75. All these boys took fourth. TRACK "C" TRACK. Captain Yoshinori Nagai showed a fine spirit of sportsmanship and leadership when he led the "Cee" team to victory as league cham- pions. Outstanding men were: Yoshinori Nagai, tops in the field of low hurdles and broadiumpingg Gene Briana, pole vaulterg Jim Wark, in the high jump: Lawrence Ortega, Art Escurjuri, Dan Prado, Alfonso Cerrano, and Kenny Kring were top sprinters. Ted Beedle and Ted Anderson led the field in the shot-put, and John Yamamoto in the broad- iump. Coach for the group was Mr. Lynn Nearpass. CDUCDTES FRCDM Tl-lli PRESS October T0 Press box notes from the Moor Luon battle Moose Bruano huttung that poor Moor safety man The Luons wuth a fourth down and forty one yards to go un the second quarter The boys un the press box clamorung for use of the bunoculars Dennuson showung plenty of ftre and spurut A rumor that the Moor touchdown pass was really uncomplete Who knows? Hard tacklung un the Bee game and mutterungs of Waut tull next year November 28 Nothung more can be saud about the Bees They re the top gruduron squad of Monte The Lul Bug thunks however that we should mentuon the names of the senuors on Coach Phelps squad Co coptauns Bull Stem Gene Smuth Teddy Yano Ronald Hanke and Mutl Hazama are the graduat ung lughtweughts Only a fellow who goes out for sports knows what ut means to play your last senuor game Whether you re a thurd strunger or the star ut guves you a thrull that comes once un a lufe tume Dont forget those flve names they ll be mussung next year March 26 Capturung ten out of thurteen possuble flrst places the E U H S track and field varsuty squad squelched the unvad ung Burbank Bulldogs 69 44 on the Luon turf last Thursday afternoon The local ranks swept all the duvusuons In the class B encounter the pounts tell 48 47 wuth the mudget mark ungs 59'2 l7'z un favor of the locals Hughlughtung the meetung was a 22 ft lwg un leap by Nor man Moreun un the lughtweught class Fred Barton local speed phenom contrubuted hus usual double wun wuth flrsts un both of the sprunts Hus tumes were recorded as lO3 and 223s Jack Nelson capped both the hurdle races Lawrence Bruano Jack Dennuson Stach Holguun Ernue Bethel and the relay outfit were the other wunners Gene Bruano was the top man un the B duvusuon The Luon mudgets captured all the first places to swamp the foe January 22 El Monte s hugh rudung varsuty hoopsters took theur seventh straught league vuctory last Tuesday from the Burbank Bulldogs on the Bulldog court Tod Davus agaun flashed as local hugh pount man scorung 20 pounts Herky Kelly followed Davus un the scorung column wuth ll pounts February ll The local trackmen trekked to Glendale s Hoover Hugh last week and put on commendable performances Some of the wunners un the varsuty events were Jack Nelson Bob Hagerman and Fred Barton Thus boy Nelson amazes your reporter Dud you know that he had only three days of practuce before the meet? Dud you know that hus tume of 91 over the dustance" Aprul 23 Coach Paul Hadley s varsuty tenms team made theur flrst T942 SGVL debut last Monday afternoon wuth a con vuncung 92 truumph over Monrovuas sloppy net squad on the new E U H S courts The Luons monopoluled the wun column losung but one doubles contest Captaun Don Hahn playung first sungles turned un the usual wunnung performance Hahn turned down Goodale un a sux love game Neul George teamed up wuth Lefty Al Cook and gave the green and whute boys the run around to n easuly 61 6 Others contrubutung to the Luons vuctory column were How ard Chudester George Boyd Alvun Clemmer Bruce McNuchols Jummy Mattheus and Darrel Trub 137 - . . U tu - ,u ,, - - ' ' ' I I I . ,, ,, . . . . . , . . . . . ' ' It II ' 1 I uf . . ut , ' ' - . . - H u, . I . A . ' H H . . . . . ' , . . ., . . , I , , . . . . ' T I I . , I I T . . , . . 70-yard high hurdles is lust about the record time over the I . . . ,, . . i . - uf u , . . 4 v 1 I . Q . . . . . , ... I F I I u I . V . Y . . I .u uf - - - I . I - - ' - ' ' . , ' , - - - - - uf 11 ' ' ' ' ' wi ' , - , -T. - , I I - - . . . , u , , . fl - an X-X. CCDUNCII. MISS EOMA CLEMANS MISS BIRDENA WALTERS MISS AILEEN FISK GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION consists of around two hundred and fifty girls, who take part in their favorite sport after sixth hour twice a week. Throughout the year there are several diFfer- ent maior and recreational sports in which the girls can participate. This year that very popular game, bowling, was introduced into G.A.A. The girls had two groups: one on Tuesday after seventh hour for beginners, and one on Wednesday for the ad- vanced girls. The girls bowl at the local bowl- ing alley. As well as being fun and exercise for the girls who take part in the sports, such participation teaches them clean sportsmanship and gives them a chance to make more friends. THE G.A.A. COUNCIL plans the activities and makes the rules and regulations concerning the organization. Officers this year were: President, Judy Perry, Vice-President, Shirley Toothacker, Secretary, Joyce Kingdon, Treasurer, Barbara Mueller. Members and the sport they managed: Helen Brown, tennis, Mary Colburn, baseball, Muriel Moody, hockey, Mary Helen Akin, volleyball, Josephine Smith, basketball, Ernestine Metzinger, tumbling, Martha Stagis, Elynor Thompson and Elaine Hunt, bowling, Jean Bemar, recreational, Alta Beaston, speedball, Eileen Carlson, outing, Betty Logg, song leader. 5s , 'xx MISS KATHLEEN McNALLY ffjfij Jqqffwz JI Jgzffffclafnfff Jw 'VM Wffiflw I , aff!! O fxrfxwffffw xfvaei M0 cdllzgciy 5525535 ffamm fir' 'Wil -ffafu X fwffxffw TUMBLING Thus IS the second year that tumblnng has been In the G A A actlvltles The gurls do all sorts of acrobatlc work and strnve to obtain good form and appearance In all posutuons They are often called upon to do special performances Ernestlne Metzlnger a very promising little tumbler was manager thus year BOWLING Bowlung a new sport thus year had a spectacular turnout The managers were Martha Stagls Elaine Hunt and Elynor Thompson Several of our faculty members loaned the group and made fine shownng HOCKEY One of the fastest and most excntong games IS hockey Besides being fun It ns a game of skull and speed SPEEDBALL One of the oldest and best games nn the G AA ns speedball lt calls for skull sportsmanshlp and technique 'Zu ,fd spew ,, 'l A yfdo - A 1 f . I ' f , A O , A . L 405 ' ' , ffl ff , T 'x I 1' ,f bf - "' 1 X 4,77 , K I 8 I , . 9' X, F , ' 5 ' 41 1 N , . f .Off ,iff Q f fe I. - f- . . ff 'Q 1 I, - f 'I ' , T . 1 " t ., 1 A y ,X ' . Y ff , 1 I "X , JI, . . . . ' l ' . V 4,' lg! . . , . T bf . . I .. . I the .U Q I 5 , , . G - 3' 5' . ' . . . . ' 'fa 3 ' 'ct v ., 'A MQRE GIRLS BASKETBALL. Every season the girls have a dif- ferent theme for their sport. This year the basket- ball theme was called "Colleges." Every team had a college name and song or yell. The season ended with a colorful banquet where awards were given to the outstanding players. VOLLEYBALL. The girls showed more enthusiasm this year than ever before for volleyball. The games were played during school hours and after school twice a week. TENNIS. This year the girls had fine new courts to play on. A large number of girls turned out for this sport. Helen Brown was the manager this year. BADMINTON. Every day during the season, the girls enioy a fast game of badminton. At all the G.A.A. playdays, badminton is played and en- ioyed to the fullest extent. It is a very exciting game and has ever-increasing popularity. BASEBALL. Softball rules are used in all games played by the girls. Teams were chosen from each class during the day. Four diamonds were avail- able. ARCHERY. This sport develops arms and shoul- ders and corrects poor posture. The bows used by the girls have a pull of seventeen to twenty-eight pounds. 143 S x, wx I '1 n 'x l iz V . . ' , Q Y- , -5 Q N 4 5 V X o . " I . . .' ' 1, x , .' - Y: . ' ' x . Q " ALA, Va X 'D - .L t , 1 V , , ' n ' gl' . 1 . N V .X I, -' ' , E ' W . 3 I ' v ' 4 xt E -I . 1 . . x fx v I -- 'x '4 V K fd FEATURES CALENDAR September 19-Fair Play-School closed at noon. Student body card holders received compli- mentary tickets to the Los Angeles County Fair. September 28-E.U.H.S. Band at Fair-On the last day of the Fair our band performed for the Fair-goers in their usual splendid manner. October 3-Football with Alhambra-The opening of the football season was greeted with much enthusiasm. This game was played at night on the Moors' field. Score: 26-6 in their favor. October 10-P.-T.A. Formal-The P.-T.A. spon- sored evening dances on every other Wed- nesday during the summer. As a grand cli- max they sponsored a formal dance. October 24-Basketball-The game to open bas- ketball season was played with Colton High School at night. Score: 44-42 in favor of the Lions. October 31-Color Week Dance-This was the cli- max of a get-together week. November ll-Holiday-Armistice. November 20-21-Thanksgiving Holiday. December 48.5-Junior Follies-There were both afternoon and evening performances. 146 , ..1- ' faaav' 0 ,-v Q f I " I ' 6' 0 CALENDAR December 18-Cantata-Given by the vocal de- partment in two performances. One for the students as an assembly and one in the eve- ning for the community. January 5-Christmas Vacation. January I5-Campaign Assembly-This was the first campaign of this type for student body officers at El Monte. The candidates were nominated from the floor. Each class had placards to identify it. January 23-Class Night and Dance-The class of the winter of '42 had its dance in the gym in the afternoon, due to the emergency. January 29-Commencement-The exercises were held in the auditorium. The guest speaker was Reverend S. F. Pugh, of the First Christian Church. February 6-Loyal Lion Day-On this day Elmo, our mascot, was presented to the Student Body Association. February 19 8. 20-All-School Play, "Ever Since Eve"-A gay comedy showing the activities of a typical high school student and his friends. One performance during the afternoon and one at night. CALENDAR February 24-28-Spring Vacation-Due to the Su- perintendents' Conference in San Francisco, vacation was set forward. March 2-G.A.A. Bike Ride-Fifty girls iourneyed to Santa Anita Park on their bikes. They left at 9 a.m. and returned at 4 p.m. March 'I3-Senior Night Dance-The theme of this gala occasion was "Jinx." It was built around the superstitions pertaining to Friday the 13th. March 19 8g 20-Operetta-The vocal department presented the "Pirates of Penzance" in two performances. March 27-Boys' Federation Sports Carnival-The Sports Carnival was full of excitement and laughter. April 1-Dress-Up Day-To celebrate the end of annual sales everyone dresses in pioneer cos- tumes. An annual was given as a prize to the most original costume. The winner was Mel- lissa Shipley. April 2-5-Easter Vacation. April 14-Tennis-This game was played on our courts with P.J.C. Score: 13-7 in the Lions' favor. CALENDAR April 17-Service Stomp-Senior sponsored mati- nee dance. Theme: Serving Uncle Sam. May 8-Senior Matinee Dance. May 14 8- 15-Senior Play, "You Can't Take It , vt with You"-Both performances were at night. May 23-Junior-Senior Prom-This year it was de- cided to have a Victory Prom. lt was held in the El Monte Civic Center. May 28fCampaign Assembly-This was the sec- ond of its type here at El Monte. Both were successful. June 4-Installation Assembly-New otTicers, new ideas. June 5fAnnuaI Day-This day was set aside for the signing of annuals. June 12-Class Night and Dance-The summer class held their dance in El Monte Civic Center. June T6 8- T7-Exams-Oh, dreaded days! June T8-Commencement-This year commence- ment was held outside on the old campus. The girls wore white gowns and the boys blue. Qlvdjwf wfwf ,, Afwffgfifff X' ffw wif ff ,M H f" Q ,MW I! f fi 1711 W He D A KMQQW W1 W Q AUVQGRAPHS f . k f , A K 7,5 I, Z fig! , fy , 1 In if ji Q A. f ' XX if ,ff '7 f ' Lx ff . fl, ff w f . 1 , if I ff: f ' L ff ,A 11 I ' gl, ,I I I ,iffy f 4 fp , 1 0 ff' 'QM "dxf 0 'X J A affix 0' f f 6.111 . i ,Af '05 .N 50,7 uv- ffjr J ' pl er ,ff . xi ll J .xv T K .A WJ' .J . X F x 1,1 fl 7 V - -Q 1 ZW . 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