Fremont High School - Flame Yearbook (Oakland, CA)

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' ,. z5?,cvwpwf9if9g-zzfaf'-mfr: .Qs:?3.?,,, . ,-aww wgixgwwgg., .V sf- ,L ' ,.., A aw A mf ik W s mmm W M W iw " W was iff W' ik E Uifnrf wf Q U Q if QQ Q QDKMWZQQQUQW SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Miss Edith Garner, Mr. Hans Hansen, Miss Hattie Haub, Miss Elizabeth Hiner, Mr. Ben-Ami Kaplan, Mrs. Frances E. Mohr, Miss Edith Newton, Mrs. Lucile Quellrnalz, Miss Myrtle Richey, Mrs. Doris Sandstrom, Miss Elsa H. Shadall, Mr. lohn Bunting. SOCIAL STUDIES AND MATHEMATICS Mr. Harold Boles, Miss Alice Anne Brennen, Miss Gertrude May Forge, Miss Thecla Garvey, Miss Thelma Missner, Miss Le- nore Nickison, Mr. Edward I. Planer, Miss Reba Polson, Miss Avice M. Saint, Miss Alma Ad- arns, Mr. Edward l. Albrecht, Mr. Vincent Anselmo, Miss Edna M. jones, Mrs. Wilhelmina Middleton. ADMINISTRATION DR. REX TURNER Principal MR. RICHARD KRETSI NGER Vice-Principal MISS PATRlClA MOORSHEAD Vice-Principal ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Miss Katherine Alexander, Mrs. Lillian M. Anderson, Miss Ade- line B. Brohm, Miss Ruby I. Burford, Miss Beatrice B. Bur- nett, Mrs. Mabel Curryer, Miss losephine Devine, Miss Alice Dillon, Miss Mabel L. Ellsworth, Miss Lynette Furley, Miss Eliz- abeth McMillan, Mrs. lean By- ers Medley, Mrs. Ada H. Plum- ley, Mrs. Katherine C. Rankin, Miss May Robison, Miss Vir- ginia Socolofsky, Miss Minnie Sorum, Miss Viola Weamer. saws! i i l BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Miss Elsie Allen, Mrs. Irma Burke, Mrs. Marjorie B. Coch- ran, Mr. Frederick Cooper, Mr. William Dunlap, Mr. Harry C. Eckhotf, Mrs. Ruth Elberson, Mrs. Mattie F. Gary, Mrs. Edith Hillblom, Mr. Ierome W. Kint- ner, Mr. Walter Maurus, Mrs. Carolyn Maxwell, Mrs. Grace Stuart. MUSIC - ART - FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mr. Arden Allen, Mrs. Violet S. Cobb, Miss Omo Grimwood, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Dadmun, Mrs. Verna M. De Witt, Mrs. Helen M. Dozier, Miss Myrtle l. Har- mon, Miss Mary Walters Heyn, Mrs. Dorothy Leeman, Miss Alice G. Plummer, Miss Hester S. Gamble, Miss Alice May Wil- liams, Mrs. Hedda deCivray, Miss Ann Brutton, Miss Aimee Patterson. HOME ECONOMICS INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mrs. Mildred Nor Down, Mrs. Margaret Hedstrom, Mrs. Em- ma H. Reitf, Miss Corinne Sweet, Mrs. Mary Gladys Teel, Mr. Emil N. Bansmer, Mr. Ralph Bennett, Mr. Robert E. Gilbert, Mr. Loren N. Stevens, Mr. Willis H. Watrous. GIRLS' AND BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mrs. Freda Sydney Baker, Mrs. Roberta D. Bedell, Mr. Harold Berven, Miss janet E. Cameron, Mr. Robert F. Curran, Mr. Frank M. johns, Miss Ann Rita, Kram- er, Mr. Frederic Ludeke, Mr. Leo W. Pawek, Sgt. Clarence W. Peterson, Mr. William S. Rockwell, Mrs. Lola F. Tweedieivf jOHN R. BUNTING Mr. Bunting Says OUR COUNSELOR 'A' To Mr. Bunting, who has been our adviser, counselor, and friend for the past three years, we the graduating class of january, l94l, sincerely dedicate this Flame. We appreciate the ti m e, thought, and guidance you gave each one of us as we came to you with our many problems, and hope we may return in the future successful men and women be- cause of your encouraging words and help. As this Flame goes to press, we of the high senior class meet each other in the halls with mixed emotions. Our three years together rapidly draw to a close. The Flame, so much a part of Fremont, is also a part of us, the class of january, l94l. Most of you, as individuals, know your counselor's hopes for you. As years go by, come back to Fremont and let us know the details as these hopes come to fruition. -fy W N wisp Wi? Wh, 5331? W fig, :gi-Iiiiwv W A N 5,-,140 X SENIOR CLA S S JANUARY 1941 Barbara Abel Bill Gray Doris Tapley Lawrence Abreu Bernard Acton Mafy A'be'S Betty Albright Robert Allen Ruth A"1fl'10"1Y Annette Armstrong Raymond Atfield Lue Baldwin Ernest Ballard ' Keith Banfield Betty Sullivan David Adams Virginia Anderson Leslie Baldaramos Stanley Bartle ClASS OFFICE President BILL GRAY Vice-President DORIS TAPLEY Secretary BETTY SULLIV Virginia Ahrling Elbert Andrews june Baldwin David Blain I Don Bland Vluriel Brewis Dhyllis Brown vlarfin Caldeira Tlelen Cooper Ellen Bodholdt Bill Brown Richard Brown lack Chalmers Victoria Corbett George Bovyer jean Bammel Don Buntain Clyde Chase jack Corder Herve Boyer Leroy Brown Fern Burdick lack Cherne Genevieve Correa Bob Boyle Pauline Brown Marcella Butts Arnold Cline Peggy Corth Lillian Cramer Nancy Curtis Al Dias Bruno Di Ciucci Walter Ehlert Barbara Eppley David Farrell Madeline Filipich Ernest Fraga Frank Franz june Dailey Robert Dillon Ida Erickson Lena Filteau Dorothy Frates Rita DeDeaux Charles Durand Lillian Eskilson William Firth Doris Freeman Helen Delaney Robert Edlund Ernest Farias William Flagler Gordon Frey Beverly Frey Milton Frost Ted Fullmer Alice Furtado Mary Gallettine Athene Ganiats David Garliepp Katherine Gerbart Bob Glockner Bella Goldberg Mariorie Goodison Hazel Gothesen jackie Grogan Virgil Guerra Rita Halder Carroll Hall Leonard Hancock Tom Hancock Doris Hanson Eloise Hansen Richard Galeria David Gilbert Patricia Grange Marjorie Hamilton Loring Hanson Leslie Harlander Mary Hayden james Hotfe Esther Holloway Alma lsalcson Betty Harper Marvin Heffley Kenneth Hofmann Betty Hopkins Eugene lacobs Eugene Harrison Norma Henning Bert Holland loe Humphrey Dale lamieson loyce Hasha Bill Hildebrand Bill Holland lean Hutchison Bette jetton Harry Hatch Frances Hilton Rhoda Hollenbeck limmie Ingram Robert johnson Wallace johnson Raymond lohnsfon lean losephs Walter Kaiser Barbara G. Kendrick Barbara King Wyatt Kirfh Arvid Korling Raymond Kretz Robert Kruse Lyle Kurtzner Helen Lakis ,lames Lawson Marjorie Lays Russell Leach Edward Leavitt Virginia Lee Bruce Leppla Sigmund Lewand William Linford Anna Katoria Sylvia Krausse Rosemary Lamont Shirley Leber Alice Link Al Florence Liserra Dallas Madsen Clarence Matthews Antoinette McGee Eugene Messelback Henry Loetfler lack Marco Herbert Maxey David McKnight Grace Meyers Eleanor Luclwigsen Norman Marks Clyde McAuley Dorvalino Medeiros john Mikulas Wilbur Lynch Fred Marshall Shirley McChesney Doris Merrill Mary Miller Tom Mackin Betty Mathias Betty Ann M I Shasta Meservey Virginia Misakian Fumilao Nagata Delphine Nielsen Marvin Oliver Gregory Orr D'Arcy Parker Lucylle Nagle Charles Nittler Louise Oller Rose Marie Ortiz Laura Pascual Mitsugi Neishi ' Duane Nordseth Norman Olson Bill Oser Kenneth Perkins 3 Carmen Nelsen Rodney Newmen Marilyn O'Donnell Betty Ogburn Nobuko Omura Bette Oppeclal Reese Oversteg lvlarcelle Paris julius Pemei' Walter Perreira Eleanor Perry june Pettas Pauline Reiber Lorraine Ritchie Barbara Rose Fae Perry Frederick Platt lack Reilly Doris Rodgers Corinne Rose ,:,: 5:5?, ,,.,,,.,. , in .:-l-..:.:,1 " - .T ' 797' 5fiE,:':il 0--I V, Ag-M, .-em: ie " Manuel Perry Irene Rajcich Marilyn Reynolds Robert Roeber Betsy Ross . .,::a:::.ss z .. 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Smith Eloise Spamer Louie Spincich Bonnie lean Stammer Lauraline Sterling Virginia Stobing Nadine Storer lack Stover Ruth Strobel Gus Stromgren lean Stuart Beatrice Stuhlmacher Robert Surrell Dorothea Sutton Antoinette Szybalski Harry Takasian Marve Taylor Bessie Thompson Dolores Thompson Marion Thompson Dana Tocchini Leo Tocchini Helen Tocci Emily Toci Hugh Tower Marian Train Nadine Tripp Olga Truss lim Tullis l l lean Van Amburgh Harry Varena Milda Wagner Fay Wales Margarette Wallace Loyd Ware Dorris Wasarhaley Helen Washburn Bob Weis Marianna West George Whalen Flora White lack Williams Cordon Wood Duane Worthington Bob Wright Merna Wurthmann Patricia Young Robert Youngstrom Cedric Wood CAMERA SHY IN MEMORIAM Elizabeth Copeland D Louis Ebner Norman Thompson George Lord Frank Brown john johnson Bernard Brown Mary Mosca jeanette Ruhl , fi ' ., 5 1 , w K , gi- 5' ' 6 .M , , i fy, i tru i 1 5 4 'S i A ' ,Jw 2, gi im L9 I l' ,, . X il 4 ,ga ' J se 1? 'tw i 6 M it VK f ' 1 Q U K Q 4, W . .:i2ig'CM if Betty Mathias Mabel Ellsworth Hall Clark Editor Faculty Adviser Sports Editor Thelma Carcler Betty Wicks . Assistant Editor Feature Editor l3Ckk9Opl5UlgJTOr I Yvonne Boerner Bea Swartz Proofreader Proofreader STAFF AT WORK I O Q P U B Green and Gold Stuff Q, l I :, . "E: xg Q' X 3 A J' ti' 5, M it i it 5 'FY Q Er, W .., ss 'lf Q 198 was it 3'QSz'! M Q i:,p?ggzS'f:?',aQ',. . ,ax Q K K i YE . 4 .ff we-.' 4' Hugh Tower Circulation Manager Connie Spielman Copy Editor TIONS... Flame Stull' Bob Glockner Marve Taylor Business Manager Sports Editor Bill Hildebrand Helen Jamieson Staff Member at Large Staff Member at Large . N' . af. , x nf' U' fs - if ,af '--- 'M' ' - f f ? "':s-2:-: a::s::zg,ase ' i , gg . . 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The theme of the party being nautical, the decorations and programs were carried out in "ship-shape" form by the LIZ girls, who entertained the girls of the class at this traditional get-together on Thursday, February I7, I938. MAY DAY . , . Tradition gave our class the responsibility of decorating the door of every classroom in the building with a May Basket filled with flowers. lack Corder was general chairman, Betty Mathias, chairman of the flower committee: Beverly Frey, chairman of the art committeeg and Donna Harris, chairman of the food com- mittee. HIO - Class Officers: Bob Wright, president: Donna Harris, vice-president: Rhoda Hollenbeck, secretary. NEW GYM . . . Construction on our long-awaited modern gymnasium was started Monday, November 25, I938. The ground-breaking exercises were held at I I :OO a. m. on the same day. SOPHOMORE HOP . . . Amid the atmosphere of the Alps and the surroundings of an Alpine Lodge llater converted into a refreshment standl we enjoyed our first big social event together onffhursday, December l, I938. The program featured a group of novelty numbgswalph Peterson's orchestra played for dancing. LII - Class Ofiicgrs: Don Buntain, president: Eleanor Ludwigsen, vice-president: Eloise Spamer, s I ST. PATRICICS DAY ' 'SERT PARTY . . . Replacing the traditional Ll I tea, we had a St. Patrick's Day Dessert Party for our parents on the evening of March 9, I939. The purpose of the evening was to get our parents acquainted with the aims of a modern high school. A short program was offered, which featured a monologue by Bert Holland. HII - Class Officers: Rhoda Hollenbeck, president: Doris Freeman, vice-president: Betty Albright, secretary. NEW GYM COMPLETED . . . Our new gymnasium was publicly inaugurated on October I3, I939. Fremont held open house for the occasion, and between eleven and twelve hundred parents from the community attended the affair. At the request of the student council and the Fremont faculty, the Board of Education approved naming this gymnasium in honor of a man who gave the best part of his life to our school, Mr. H. D. Brasefield. IUNIOR PROM . . . A barnyard frolic was the theme. Several bales of hay and thirty- five yellow pumpkins made an appropriate setting. The girls dressed in gingham and the boys in jeans. This memorable event took place on Thursday, December 7, I939. Rhoda Hollenbeck was the student chairman of the affair. LI2 - Class Officers: Clyde McAuley, president: Eleanor Ludwigsen, vice-president: Edith Payne, secretary. BIG AND LITTLE SISTER PARTY . . . Life-size replicas of Cinderella, the prince, the fairy godmother, and others, aided in carrying out the theme for this party, held on Thursday, February IS, I94O. The girls of our class played hostess to the LIO girls, presenting for them a novelty program, which featured a skit entitled "Cinderella" HI2 - Class Officers: Bill Gray, president: Doris Tapley, vice-president: Betty Sulli- van, Secretary. SENIOR BALL . . . The Ball was by far the most colorful and most memorable event of our high school career. Stardust was the theme, which was carried out by a I2 x I4 foot mural depicting a boy and girl sitting on a hilltop gazing ata starry sky. lack Buckingham and his sweet swing orchestra were engaged for the event. The Ball was held on Friday, December I3, I94O. MEMBERS of the class of january '4l who received recognition pins from the Oak- land Press Association are: Betty Mathias, Phyllis Riehl, Marve Taylor, Ken Dunham, Mitsugi Neishi, Doris Tapley, Mary Miller. SENIOR DINNER . . . The Senior Dinner, our last social event together before gradu- ation, took place on Friday, january IO, I94I. Bill Gray, Helen lamieson, Gerald Roinestad, Eleanor Ludwigsen, Bert Holland, and Alice Schnaidt presented talks. WUBW W WW 711115 we Ali W my W , us . ,, ,.,., W . .,,,.. zz- Q , 1' 'A ' ,- wx, Fw I Eff nf' A W lu, 12: V ' If Sf Q 'iam Wx ..,:,.i wg X .- ..,.-.-.43 5.40- ,L .Q .W .,.. 4 . Q my Qi mf' Q22 zz- -VVA i K5 , ,.,.:- g'1s:s-if iz- 1 1" R ORCHESTRA IUNIOR STATESMEN NATURE STUDY 1 ISYS i imnawmumrq- -' - M- -, A-484 .W N 4 2 SWK! X :::' mf 5 + A A Y, ' LES ARTISTES , ? .A., . i BOYS' GLEE GIRLS' que EXECUTIVE BOARD Bruce Leppla Boys' Student Control Chairman Shasta Meservey Girls' Student Control Chairman Betty Mathias Green and Gold Editor Bob Beveridge Head Yell Leader Bull Gray Earl Fngg Kenneth Abbot Eleanor C-ehl Gordon Fake Audrey Donaldso H12 Presxdent L12 President H11 Presndent L11 Presndent H10 Presxdent L10 Chairman ,. , Waklgl-W3 'ga W f ag, .J , A Y .M M WSF? . . ' a rw- PH: 5 . New qv.-.-x. www! QQ ,AGS Sw -.f f,.-Qmmmf WKZ584? ---fa 43 , gag '1 -'A-N?r"'A.,.,l -33 W Jw, - Q 2,5-. .gy , EQ Q .fa mg? T5 V' " ..n My ? . www-p-n-a n nm. aw. W QQ 'QLD' 'KW 226 11, - 5 hw, 'ff'-"' " V! 5 " :'v M- M M 'svwmz-W2AQ mwnmsmuu-sm A, ,awww :RWM . ,E gm Xa2j153,m,QQ ":?1.,.M ' 2.3 ,V .1 fb-.LA A vm. x at M., mlm ,. W l EWR! has if kg D W -X Q WWWW ik, ICE SKATING ..,,,'-.W fx 5X l 9 J 3 X - - , V . . ,...,,Q:- - - ' ' -' N-- ff- ,,1a'.--,f,fzN..f 1 1 H b 1 . ., ,. 1 .. -, , ,, ,-2-1 FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF lLeft to rightl: Frederic Ludeke, B squad coach, Leo Pawek, head varsity coach, William Rockwell, assistant varsity coach, Walter Maurus, assistant B squad coach. FOOTBALL SQUAD First Row Left to Right: Figg, Theobald, Whalin, Moody, Mackin, Boyle, Hofmann, Storey, Wood, Murphy, Tocchini. Second Row Left to Right: Ponsi, Coppes, Youngstrom, Rivers, Perreira, Balugo, Mills, Yean-ian, Olson, Reilley, Kirth. Third Row Left to Right: Mgr. Ritchie, Nelson, Duncan, Shannon, La Russa, Bain, Fenstermacher, lardin, Cori, Cook. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Andrews, Mgr.g Osegueda, Golden, McKnight, lmsen, Brown, Benigno, House, Chase, Mgr., Nelson. FOOTBALL SUMMARY . . . Led by two all-city linemen, co-captains George Whalen and Charles Storey, the Fremont Tigers battled themselves to the second rung on the O.A.L. ladder. A swift striking passing attack with all-city halfback Art Murphy throwing and the two all-city ends, George Whalen and Gordon Wood, catching the ball was supple- mented by the powerful ground attack starring fullbacks Merle Theobald, lack Coppes, halfbacks Art Murphy, lack Reilley, Leo Tocchini, and quarter back Earl Figg. Figg was a brilliant field general, always pulling the team together and capitalizing on the breaks. As a blocking back Leo Tocchini was among the best. The line was the strongest part of the team. Flanked on both ends by all-city players, Whalen and Wood, and anchored at the middle by all-city Bob Boyle, the line out-charged, out-fought and outplayed every other line in the league. Taclelef Carlj Moody and guards lim Mackin, Ken Hofmann, Bob Mills and Toby Perreira made up the rest of the wa o go . When asked after the season had finished about five minutes previously if he thought the season a success Cfimach Pawek bubbled through tear filled eyes in his inimitable manner, "They are the greatest bunch of fellows ave ever had." FREMONT 0 - TECHNICAL 0 The highly touted Bulldogs came to the Fremont saw-dust pit to hold a supposedly weak Tiger team to a scoreless tie. Coach Pawek uncovered a new kind of attack that astounded the Tech squad. lack Coppes found a gapping hole at left guard and used it for many yards. ln the final quarter Keith Mann sped around the ends behind some excellent blocking to give the pups a scare. The most interesting feature of the game was the kicking of Tech's Ed De Barnabo. One kick traveled over seventy yards. FREMONT I8 - OAKLAND 0 The Tiger goal line was still impassable at the end of the second game. The Fremont passing attack really opened up in this game. Art Murphy made the Cats' pass defense look like a sieve, by completing passes almost at will. The game also uncovered a new star in the person of Merle Theobald, a sophomore fullback who bucked the Cats' line to pieces. Figg scored the first touchdown on a 45 yard pass from Murphy. The two other touch- downs were executed by Murphy and Theobald. Both were completed by short line bucks over center, FREMONT I2 - McCLYMONDS 2 Once again the Bengals romped on to victory on the swift moving passing attack. Both touchdowns were scored as the result of passes, one from Murphy to Whalen and the other an interception by Eugene "Tiny" Balugo, reserve center. Balugo went in when the man of the week, Bob Boyle, was injured. He intercepted one of George Mendoza's passes to run behind seven man interference to a touchdown. The Tigers' goal line was not crossed but a blocked kick resulted in a safety for the Macks. The first touchdown came after Murphy had completed passes to Wood, Figg, Coppes and Whalen in succession. FREMONT 0 -- UNIVERSITY 0 The Fremont varsity came its closest to collapse in a dead, thrilless game. The passing attack bogged down, the running was poor and the blocking generally ineffective. The man who saved the day was Art Murphy, his passing was good but the catchers could not hang on to the ball. Figg, Whalen, Wood and Coppes each caught two passes and that ended the Fremont offensive. Leo Tocchini proved a surprise as a ball carrier. Uni was held to their own territory for the most part and were a distinct disappointment. FREMONT 6 -- CASTLEMONT 6 A terrific battle resulted on the meeting of the two grudge teams. lt was one of the most "manly" games of the season. The Fremont touchdown was scored by Merle Theobald on a twenty yard run. Merle swivel-hipped his way through and around the entire Knight team in the best run of the season. Every play in the book was used by both teams in a battle to move past the 40-yard line. The last quarter found the game opening up with both teams trying to make a last minute score to win the game. On a blocked kick Hoffman of Castlemont picked up the ball and was pulled down by Gordy Wood in a beautiful shoe-string tackle. ROOSEVELT I9 - FREMONT I2 The high-riding Cowboys of Roosevelt swept over the startled Tigers in a surprising upset. Expecting an easy game the Tigers were set back on their heels and beaten in a few lax moments. joe Penzini interceptd a pass, Bob Bargas, and Hank Marquis passed and ran over and around the Tigers to touchdowns and Fremont was beaten. ln the third quarter the Tigers came to life momentarily when the passing attack opened up the Ted defense and Merle Theobald cracked through the line to two touchdowns. Theobald went over for the first one and Murphy tossed one to Tocchini for the other score. FREMONT I2 - SAN LEANDRO 0 This game was being played for two weeks in advance at the Tiger campus as San Leandro had already won the O.A.L. title. Coach Pawek devised a defense for the tricky Pirate attack and the league-champions were set back roughly. lack Coppes and Toby Perriera were the two biggest guns of the Bengal team and every man played his best game. Chuck Storey and Gordy Wood were a Gibraltar on the left side of the line as were Per- riera and Whalen on the other. Power and passes were the keynote once more in the Fremont attack, and they pushed the Bucs around at will. Coppes scored both touchdowns on short bucks through the center. The victory over the Pirate eleven gave Fremont the moral crown of the season. All in all, the season was a great success and showed the true power and ability of a muchly underated Tiger eleven. The team scored 60 points and had 33 scored on them. The amazing fact that they scored IO touch- downs and not one conversion reflects in no way the quality of the team. Whalen, Storey, Wood, and Murphy were put on all-city teams and Hofmann, Perriera, Mackin, Figg, Coppes, Mills, and Theobald received all-city recognition. lt was a great season and a great bunch of players. Coach Leo Pawek did an excellent job of making a team good that was supposed to be second rate. If a coach of the season must be chosen it must be Coach Pawek. ! E K l 1 3 9 5 ? 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