Fremont High School - Flame Yearbook (Oakland, CA)

 - Class of 1942

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Q a FRE II' I'lIGI'l SCHOOL OA I.A ,CALIFOR IA The Fremont Creed o We will do right for the right's sake. We will respect the rights of others. We will never bring disgrace to this, our school, by any act of dishonesty or cowardice, nor ever desert our suffering comrades in the ranks. We will live for the ideals and sacred things of the school, both alone and with many. We will revere and obey the schools laws and will do our best to inspire a like respect and reverence in those about us who are prone to annul or set them at naught. We will strive unceasingly to quicken the public sense oi civic duty. Thus in all these Ways we will transmit this school not less, but greater, better and more beautiful than it was trans- mitted to us. -Frank Stuart Rosseter. ri 5 Dedication . . . In dedicating this Flame to you, our , faithful counselor and advisor, Mrs. Frances Mohr, We, the class of Ianu- ary, 1942, wish to express our sincere appreciation to you for your Wise guid- ance throughout our three years at Fremont. We may have "Winter Carnival" for the theme of this book and our class dance may be called a "Snow Ball," but none oi their chill can enter the Warmth of our affection for you and the gratitude which We owe to you, our counselor. Counselor's Message . . . Hs the Class of lanuary, 1942, prepares a final record of its activities in a new FLHME, it is incongruous in some Ways that its theme should be "Winter Carnival." The incongruity is not with the "Winter." But now most certainly is not a time of carnival. It is a time to challenge the best efforts of all of us to our clearest, most serious thinking and doing. In a topsy-turvey World you are to take your place under conditions that make it hard for anyone to keep his head. It is not idle to assume that Fremont has provided you with some of the skills and ideas with which you will meet your problems. The Coming years will provide the testing of you, Fre- mont's "products," I am confident now that most of you will meet the perplexities ahead with honesty, courage and intelligence. Rnd so it is with this feeling I bid you simply "Godspeed" FBQNCES MOI-IR. F A c u L T Y . W OFFICE STAFF r. F.FF j 11. 'rumm-an F. Moonsx-mno F noxsr-11: .V I jk' f . if W "..-3111 5 V ' RK. . J i' ig. .b ' .' - ga. '- , ...I wel' 7 ' ' 'F -: M 1 6. - . " 'J ' ' . 1 -F""' . - ' 1 - 1 A. 1 ' - .1 1 -' . ..'- f N - 1 - 1' . 1: . 1? :VJ NN? " 111 U- A 1' L ' H - W1 N 1 A1 " w 1' , ' 1 fd , . 1" 1 .f ive '11 adn- "fiy L77 Q 1+ , 'f " JJ F. n1.Bn.Ecm' K. maxnnnsn n.n1.1.5N E. mm 1. armnnsou 13. :max-:za 1-1. msn F. snxsn 15. nnnsmzn n.nzm1m'r ' V ' x.. . ,F .1 x 1 . - 1 ' 'K X V bi 9 R "' 3. ' 1 x i ' 'VE 'I-' vu- 1 .- . 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TWEEDIE w. wamous . ,N V At 1- -1 M ' Q ' 1. . f .uf ' Nor 1u:Pr1F:sEN'1'sD Nor REPRFSENTEZD 1 W 2 1 H . W W , 'X 5 4 ,:'-:' :.- Y ,.11 ' ' ' ...ff -QQ L a.F1naMs 1-1. de civnnv M.sonuM G.sNow L . . J M ,411 'xi 1 '1 .1 1' '- ,. w ' 'I' if 1-1. o'coNNF:l.l. .iss K I ' '- ' ' 1' ff . if: -1" X-'w-x 273 JL" v.wsF11v1r:n c. WICKERT a. wmuams H. w1u.mMs STUDENT ADMINISTRATION AUGUST 1941, JANUARY 1942 IHMES DUNCRN TEHN KHRN President Vice-presiden! HHROLD RYLHND BBRBHRH HEDTKE FRED HNDERSON KENNETH HBBOTT Head Yell Leader Girls' Conirol Boys' Control H 12 President r 2 DONHLD LOVE DHN MHRKS BETTY KELLUM GORDON MCHNDREWS RALPH WHLTERS CHROLYN NELSON L 12 Presxden! H ll President L 11 President H I0 Presidenf Green and Gold Flame rs w w GIRLS' STUDENT CONTROL BOYS' STUDENT CONTROL Mfrs- i 1.5 'I' ' Q.. KENNETH HBBOTT KENYON COOKE BETTY FROST LOUIS HGUIQR ee 'Q SP u MRRILYN BLBERH Xa BETTY LOU HNDERSON FRED HNDERSON An . - 2 T? 0- Q , Q. a- 5 I . s . ,, V -A. I 'ff J' r- 4 E 141 - .5:5.. HNTHONY HNTENELLI PRUI. BQUILIN9 luv V DOLORES BHLDHRHMOS EUGENE BHLUGO GEORGE BELDING ,N 45 5, V , Q BRRBHRH BOLTON 'us U m,,' I ,, ., 1 12 ' x u I g Q' , 'QT ' Q - ' RICHHRD BENNETT BRRBHRH BOTTS I 1 g tTi'w. A1'l I ' MHRIH HNDHEWS LOUIS HSSHLENH HUBERT HTHHYDE WINIFRED BRRNEY ROGER BI-IRR , " I :. Q 'N g f "aw 'L ilagqtv 'ITG' .424 Q""' I .E I .va-. 1, J' fi, , -.an .3554-1' I 'la' 4 gi-Q .gi-:I 53 5 x .1 I 3' f , . ,.' f ,W ri Q Q A lu VA ' f Q ' , Q 252. mf- ' , L , ,' 4 nh 'Ag Q 1, f ., :-,w +f.---.fl "7 'f-:e?1::- 'I " 11 . " .ff - vff- Zig.-1 1' if . if' - .. f ,QF . 1- , nf F 4 , , V 4 ,,..?-5 1 'M fa Q fr- OT: W s J if P f-.1 1. 'lexiL:.12t-ffl , , IEHNNETTE BHGLIN1 QRIO BHSSIGNHN . I " 'wif-A I E... 3 K v - . .. 1 A, , . I . I Air z LOUISE BEST IBMES BEZEMEK IFICK BIHNCHI " 'A Rt Qui" Y ...: 5- - f M 4 I ff -F . . - I , ' I 'cr I I I V E.E:Qf, f ' I - ' Y , l .yin--11, E1 Wal- A, ,T ' if : I-179yv ,M ff' IOHN BRHDLEY RBYMOND BRHINE MELVIN BRUNELL MORRIS BHIN 1 55 IA I Barry BEcKwrrH 6' MURIEL BIRBECK 52 x 1 HDELHIDE BRYHNT F Wx I , . a f 1'-, X. ' 2. X gfi ,- ' n.- ,XQ G -, ,Y I PEGGY CONHHRN I. ,I L, Q75 FLORENCE CORBETT El' U WILLIHM CUNNINGHHM fd- , L ,Tw .- , I' , Y' If "' lk A ' Z -fr . ' .'- ' W .' 114 . -1 , -,M . ,.hv,QL.::fa , Ag, I, ,V F., A .,, N A cu: VINCENT CONTI if ARTHUR COWIN x 1 'Y 18 III II LQVERNE DHVIS S'-a Y "' 'I'-' - ,' 1 ii, , ..:! . , .I Yr' , MILTON BUDGE ii A .R-Aa 2 'EF . . H I S RBLPH CHMPOS , 1 - Hi : '-" V.ff'Ni'-, M 5- I - if ' I f REI, MRHGHRET COONEY V C Q 6? 3 W. vw- L. - ,. v g N X 'fb . 1 1 JL EUNICE COWLES FLOYD DeMHRCO LOIS DOWNEY DOROTHY DRIGGS N IHMES DUNCBN ROBERT BURROWS ' EFL-, 1: N Ns, 1, ,sm , f5i5w:i Il . A ,V .f,,. of ,A I I I N' , '- I ,V . ,- .U , ,. 3' 5,411.- MHIEL CBRLSON IHCK COOPER A1 L , ., CLEHO EUCOX . .' ,YS , I: 1 "Q 1. 155 ,fi5l3JIx Af 'Q AY ,av . wi' 91+ IEHN DICKIE . ,,,. 45 'F ' 6 ,lx-faq? :H 'Fu H, i im! P If HHHOLD DYDE s. ,I rw I -- :Q M I, ' H yn ..f -I m Q A ' 5 . I -Gi-toncla cam-mann . Q kv. WILLIHM CHRPENTER IHH COOPER VDOUGLHS CRQIG! I is . if if I cbmuns , . X . 'ISU'lf', .5 , ' -.Jr Y 1 -.4 A If I RUTH CITRON Jacoufzumt CIOOTS I , . H, M c. U ,, f A fiafizisiz . , , ,, ,.,,.:, WI-IRD CHICK C - I , "' ' ff. , Q 2- ,yy Rfb? FRANCES DICKINSON I ROBERT DORN A 'SEZ Mi, , -Q - Q, V .,.,.. , gk Q ,,,,. Yi '21 gg? 'T' I 1,4 I VI' .- 1 I 1, x- PRISCILLB EBSTMHN IBCK EDSCN' 1 .-ag . A 6 ,4 BETTY LEE EDWRRDS BEVERLY EDWHRDS MBRVIN FLHGG ' HLBERT FLBGLER T3 DHRREL FRHGH STHNLEY GHMMELGHHRD ALBERT GLHNGRHSSO K--TLPBNIEK GOLLING FRHNCYS FRIESEN DOROTHY GHRDNER .1-f 257' LOIS GIER LOREN GORDEN . RRLPH ELKINS ctfw X. IBMES FLEEMQN gl 39: W QV , ., IOHN FURRER IRCK GHLLBGHER BETTY LU GEQRY .W if .3 , r V ELDRED GILLHRD ROBERT GORI FERN ELROD IHCK FENSTERMHCHER s -ev D- In IOHN FILIPICH ,X as y ff- 'M YF -N . 5 f 0 - . SM ,, f 'r- 4' Q. COSTES FLORES IRVIN FORD MQRY IEHNNE FORD an DOROTHY GETZ . . . I 'K , i : .L , Syl! J11. -6" Q -ls ' - v, ', , .. 94 'f , I an . . EUGENE GINTER BHRBHRH GIRHRD WINFRED GOLDEN .PL R I 1 'T 1 4' X' .f' PHILIP GRHY LEON GREENWOOD VIRGINI9 GREVES rv - - - f- ,V Y Y-. ---., . ,Y..l,4 - x x IOHN GULBRRNSEN K x:'X I H l i , ,ok X "v Nm K x . , EE:-gqs: i GORDON HBRPER qv 4 I As. f Aj! 7' LRUREL GULBRRNSEN THORH GUSTHFSON 4V :: ,.t i , if X A -x ' 4 I W W O W ' Qnif-Ee?f'r,. . V lv!-25551131 : X . X LOIS HHRRINGTON CLINE HBRT gg. , I DORIS HERNDON wx: 4 - H f H al- S , 4 O I IHCQUELINE HRLLMEYER IHNE HHRDY -33- El x 1-2 . Ali H., Z ,. J -M , EHRQL c. mzfrra -4. 6? ,'f' Q. Y 1 74 P 1' - 1.riQ'x BHRBHRH HEDTKE , r-as ff .:::- 1 Q .J SO . ,av H in fm . TOY HNNE HHRDY IOSEPH HENRY MARY HILL HERBERT HILLENDHHL LYMBN HOLMHN is .Af ,fx--Ax t v 7 Je Y A ' l I N l STHNLEY HOLMES LOIS HOOSON BETH HORST WESLEY HOUSMHN -fi-.kj I? ,ur x , ' f fr ' A K .J ,, - M M . D 1 ,i CV 3 K My I 5 I Y ,, , Q, O M + M 1 W 11 ,' if V151 Q ' A ,Q Q- I 0. 1 i STHNLEY HOWHTT ROY HUGHES RICHHHD HULL V IHMES HUNTER MHRY E. HUNTER WHLTON ISHKSON , H f-gg,-f ' . ni V, . 1 D A ., - ' "TA, Y i 5, f -5' V3 W ' we TQ Qi ,. 3 Q E qv ml ' ig. A sy W, x 'J - 4 ' I 5 3 ' M .':' V If ,f '. -1 ', A 4 , f. 5? Gif , ' - ,iyfby L., . :,, if iv K . V 1-Z' ,F w -' ' fx ' 5, "H ' " . T N .'mf,, - g if , X, Z L H. 1 I Ailglnf ' Q 1 W .11 ,fa 15, f., 1 .. J KURT IHECKEL BILL TRHDIN ' FRHNK IENNINGS , MHRGUERITE IENSEN W, IUDITH IOHNSON LEOLH IOHNSON STHNLEY IOHNSON 11. - 1 .H1 LL . SYLVIH KING , - n 15 '- Nl 'I 12,31 ? NJ., -5, , 5. iw M' 1 A! r N wrrn 1 - Iossmel LQRUSSB 5 r HEX! ,L 4 "X qv: sr E Y L' AA45 A IHCK IORDHN STOIKH KHLHUZ IEHN KHRN KIKUE KHTO ' ip' '- 1 .. I Sf 1 ui , I ' ' .- gl! I ,.- 'hfv V 1 I . I 1 .fx V v . MHHIORIE KRUSE BHRBHHH KVQRNSTROM NICHOLHS LBMBRS RHLPH KRHFFT H 'x 'fa' . gk -Y :K .1 . Y 2 ' Y N 1 L, ff! 5-ii f 4- Yr: -r - di 1, Eff 17.4. ra-if IOHN LEWiS CLHRENCE LIZDENIS BEBTRICE LOFGREN GEORGE LOPES 0- Q 21 s.. IN . N ROBERT KELLY PHTRICIH LRRKIN C' ' 'C' . X X14 5' ' STHNLEY LOPES 1-A, -Q CHHRLES LORD MHXINE LYNCH DONHLD MHDSEN LEONE! MHGRI IOHN MHLCOLM KEITH MBNN BHRBHRH M!-'INTER GERHLD MRRION MRRVIN MHRKEY MELVIN MHRKS ' CHHREES MHRTIN Y HOWARD MHHTIN BERYIQ MHY IHMES MCCHRTHY .pu QL 'll 'x 1 ,gba J Y, , 5 1' ' 1 I - "' ' T 1 f S 1 'Q N.. .T SP' J ' I WY f 1'-JCE. rig - Y , Pi' 7 .. ,.-...... . , A. . ,..+ X. I VINCENT MCDONHLD GRYLE MCMHHON EVELYN MEDRGLIH A+. HUDREY MONFORT IOHN MOSS HRTHUR MUELLER DOROTHY P. MILLER WILLIHM MILLS 41 Q' x x x 255 2 V . ig ,A t, A WL I TOM MULDOWNEY RUTH MUNSTER f 3 'fri' " bi Ts. .Qlfi W - ' f ,- "IM-I 5558 .Q . a' ' ' V - 4 , ' s. ' - - S V , ,h h PK was 1 , - f,Q: -, MW H I Hy I . vi - X 1 Nz? WILMH NEIL CHROLYN NELSON HHROLD NELSON MORGAN NELSON , A , in Gal ZR M Y N E lfxgf lei. - lox-IN N1coL1N1 GEORGE NORDMRN LINCOLN OGDEN RUTH oLsoN .54 H A w 7 J L 'X' T If I! 4 Y fl" Ex T4'-ff"93 v- 'P V. ,f Q 4 xwg ,3 f -- R . 1 fm f - -is-.,-,'y.'Q45,-QE '- f , ,Lu g - ' V": 3 4' 73? 1- " 'L I M, 'J' E' A A rajwgg-,-kg.'.g:I.-K 3 -..f..,s' ,, 'S 1 ' T Howann OSMER Donomy OUGH ,S ' 1 . . -' 2' 212. T Jaxx , 3 ' , q, "gf -A L 1' if :if if-if ' O - T .O -512 7 - - 1 ,.AL fi ' ' 1 , -D 1 Davm PARKER BERYL PEDERSEN L l.. , +..,,, 1 .. , PHTSY NEWELL ELEHNOR OLTMHNS LOIS PHGE FRHNK PERHRH A fi- -3 . F ,,.. "'f' F ' H VICTORIH MISHKIHN , 'QT iwffffx LUELLH NHTFINGER :D Y 7 IVK: Qtzfx if I Y ROBERT NICHOLS . " lfwg ' kiwi, 1 ,H fy. Yew R 52:3 T A 1 : 5 X. ' . RICHRRD O'SHHUGl-HVESSY MHRIORIE PARIS ,H , lg SW ' .R ,. I KEITH PERKINS H i.- .4 I I i ' . A , 6 II at Q gi Q. I , , ,K 6- I Q ". 2.4 H 1- - ' QI-E ,V . f, 54 ,1- -Q GER!-ILDINE PETERSEN IOHN PETROCELLI GERHLDINE QUINTELL FRED RRULINO RLRERT REHI. DOROTHY REED E . A 5 . - I f M 'I I , V '1 g A ., g . 'V 6 I , Q " , 9 Q A ' A, ,. H 3 H I 1 A . Y :L xx 4 4 hi, f ' . MHXINE REED FHITH REYNOLDS GEORGE RHODES YVONNE RICHARDSON VIVIRN RIGGS DHLE RISDON I Q , ' Y 'lla i I N A I - 'IF I I2 f- 1 L' A5 YI' v , ' 1 I ., it ' . 5.7, . " VN 1 .B Q' EC- . IL ill, T- LA ' , ,, .-. X ' Ei' 3 . I ROBERT RITCHIE . BETTY ROBERTS HELEN LEE ROBERTS THEODORE RODRIGUES ELISB RUIZ ' I-IRROLD RYLRND S l ,Z-'. L, 7, , ' iii - f ,, I , , , '?P I I 1 6 ' .53 -R' f it 6' f x I" ' 4' R N 'I 2-Q' . , .tx ., It - 0 ' . H A-if kv' L ' "QW '14 I f vw 1' ,Hal . , - f . X K K5 K p 'I--! 1' f i -ff! . MIK,-,ZI MARGARET SHYRE CRT!-EERINE SCI-IEIMER QNNIE SETRRO NROMI sI-IQCKLETT I-:ILEEN SHRW FIRLEY SILBERMRN I , L ,. LLTL lid .JET ,4- Y- J Q TX I 1 . -I -,4'Q.5. I 5 5, .vp W 'Ip r , V R.. I - . . 4 R-, I H., 5- 'U-' I 5-A 'G' I , ., L. . , - 'RV. . f' jf3", 'fl if i , A IJ -- 1 , 'I .. 'nu Eiemwg I RBEL SILVB LUCILLE SLHVIERO KENNETH SMETTS RICHARD c. SMITH STERLING SMITH VBUGHN SOBRIIRN I X ,T - F 6 .T - Q' 1 ' I .4 5 x 'Q f A I"-R-.. l ' 1 111 E" I Y EI, I 5- - L .f a - .I I MHHY SOKOLRCHKO ERNEST SOUZR IRMQ soum DOROTHY SURTEES IRMES SWHN VERNI-I SWRNSICK Q 'VV 1 T g,f7 AX ,Nw WHLTER THYLOR Hi VICTOR VHLLEHGR ' ELHINE WEISE 6 I . ff glam A A KATHERINE TEVES tx '-rv PBTRICIB VanNOY 54 T' , Q- f ' T IHCQUELINE THOMHS ELEHNOR TIETIEN .,'N . - .1 V I ' 4 ., T ,. ,Q ' Q K 1?-y f T' , 1- 'fry -ig J' ROBERT VQHVLEET LHRRY WHLTERS RICHHRD WHITE RICH!-IRD WHITESIDE ' "H in " 5. 5, . h ,l I M' if - A A . ' T 1 4 1 , -i , I 40.9 ,x f MTYQ P' 1 ,. 3 V R , ...- HLICE WICKBERG r ' 1 1 . Z-"1 ,T ?. X , 51' BETTY TRHVIS F BETTY ULISSE RHLPH WHLTERS , . ff -,wwf -I - T . ,', r1q.j,,, ' 4 , 5 -. I QI" T f T- fx T,-, . 4 -:ga-.. 'Q a-. :Z 'J , -.1 o A MQRIE WILKINS I - fx ' wa . X l HRIEL WHRD BHRBHRQ WILLIAMS carl-mnms w1Lr.ra1vTs man WILLIHMS Mears w1LLmMs T BETTY WISE HNNETTE woonwaan msrn woonwaxn ist .x ' ,ER ,li Y is - '. . ,gf I V V' "' Av . 1 - PHT womans zLr:aNon E. WRIGHT moms Yawcsv nonzm YEHMHN I CLRYTON YOUNG Toarms Youncsn NOT REPRESENTED In Memonam - anna!-ma mmm nossm' Posr man cfmzmnnn Dowaua waumz mann Nam wanna oLsr:N THORNTON MHRTIN Hanow Banana FRANCIS Gmcxus Bon Mansu FORREST DE CHBINE ED DUFFY SKIING THROUGH In the frost-bitten months of l939, about 250 of us "mushed" into Fre- mont for the first time. It was a cold blizzardly Saturday, as we remem- ber, and Fremont seemed like an enormous medieval castle with which we would never become familiar. Taken into the frigid igloo, tauditor- iumi we first learned the school hymn and yellsy this was followed by a tour through the gigantic build- ing where we struggled through a maze of halls and doorways until 13253- fm-Au H f THE YEARS .... 'Pa helped to make it a gala party. Then a Grand March climaxed the pro- gram by leading to refreshments which came from doughnut trees and cider streams of Pleasure Island. With Mrs. Mohr as our Ski Tow, we ascended the hill into the Lll. lim Duncan, as class president, helped her keep us on the trail. With clear skies and bright sun, we burst into spring with the Lll Mothers' . , W M I -2259 rf '55 E it il 71. 43:-f, - : Ui . " f' e L-'-1 'ff' . .1 xii? h Qfuzff .. -,::p.'5E,WgML -V,-q., 2-:gf Zig, V . if 3'- zs EP- 4 3 l"" ' I l Bill 1 1 if rig - ,Ez Zi" i 5. nib' 'il ff .-'. Q ' J iii f si Exff itl iiflgli Lzgif . we came to our true destination-the cafeteria! The greater part of our first six months was spent in skiing around the halls and receiving twhat we thought werei icy glances from the upper-classmen. Bob House was our class- chairman and guided us through the stormy season. The ice was broken when we girls were guests at the "Big-Little Sister Party" which had as its theme "Pllice in Wonderlandnp but we stopped wondering after the pink lemon- ade and cookies! ln the fall of 1939, Bob House steered us, as we whizzed down the Toboggan Slide into the H 10. ln November we really became acquaint- ed at our Sophomore Hop. Sterling Smith was its able chairman. We'll never forget the fun we had at Pleasure Island and we'll always remember the Marionette Show with Eugene "StromboIi" Balugo aided by his stooge, Hal "Foulfellow" Byland and Eleanor Wright, the lovely Spanish Senorita. Catherine Williams and her talking piano, those tapsters Helen Roberts and Pat Van Noy, and last but not least, Pinocchio portrayed by Ward Crick, Tea. Eleanor Wright was general chairman of the affair. Irma Souza, Leola Iohnson, and Sterling Smith warbled sweet melodies. Tom Miller strummed the gui- tar and Catherine Williams performed at the piano. In the midst of spring flowers, tea, sand- wiches and cookies were served. When autumn came, amid the fall of leaves in harvest-time, Indian Summer became the theme of our lunior Prom. Big Chief Ken Qbbott, assisted by Little Braves Dale Risdon and Pat Working, formed the general committee in charge of the event. The Indian Summer theme was carried throughout the program by a skit written by Bob Nichols called "Indian Chief" or "Whom Shall I Marry?" lane Hardy, Mar- garet Cooney, Faith Reynolds and Sterling Smith added to the entertainment. It was a grand pow-pow but no one was scalped. On our snow-shoes we tracked into the LIZ, with Ieanette Baglini heading the procession. Ht this time we gave our "Big-Little Sister Party." The theme was "Spring Parade" and many models paraded new fashions from dit- ferent shops. Leola Iohnson, Margaret Cooney and Ioanne Younger sang and lane Hardy furnished the music. - -: " lrfqrfl-gif? 11-is -f'7I,1'-E -'21 .5"' -3 gs . -r H 7251 51-f. if 5,9 7-if 4:15 ,. 1. .2-I ' . Wiziliazi iv. '3 "-. QHFPS -. 11753. Qglzl... :I ti. 5-4. 1.7: 'nw 516' 19' 'n 3. brail- iq ,c "'N55':' in fi 'JG 579' :RFQ J. '41 02- a 5,5 991. ,144 rise? 'Q Sh'-'ff . l:'W?4"? ft. f1mE+4+ . H 11: fihtfirv if 1 . ' DAN' MARKS BHRBHRH COLLIER IUNE KROHN MISS H. BROHM V. Presiden! Vice President Secretary Teacher Counselor N LOW ELEVEN CLHSS lcontinued on next puge9 I x Li, ,Hp 0, W ,,,, W 1 MRS. V. COBB BETTY KELLUM MRRY PQPE BHRBHRH HBYES President Vice Presxdent Secrelcry .xfiieY'cx2,Exi!:E:l ,1-.Q , Y 1 , ,wg f, . M w xx TEN' A G. MCHNDREWS BERNARD CHBRRI. IUNE RODGERS MRS. C. WICKERT President Vice President Secretary Teacher Counselor .l nw, mwuq.. Four hundred trembling LlUs gathered in Snow- land Quclitorium on the Saturday before this term began and learned the history of the school, its traditions an d govern- ment. They were shivering with excitement Csnow foolin'l. Qfter the ice was broken and they had settled down for a term's, stay with us, they seemed to enjoy our social activities, especially the Block F party given for the boys and the Big-Little Sister trip to Mother-Gooseland given to the girls. 3 P A 1 . :fl ..:' 7-A'5" iQ f 45" fi : 5 f -,. .. ess- A -"'-L .4 'E' 1, . sf A et. ff ',f. ' Te 'st 1 .fi . L N 'arf it its if 2 t.' S1715 -IS' jY'. Lt- :-' '.xt1:,1. 1:1513 , High Sophomore Hctivities Under the leadership of Mrs. Carol Wickert and Gordon McHndrew, the l-ll-U class made "Patriotism" the theme of their Sophomore Hop. Soldier and sailor figures stood in front of the Plmerican Flag as part of the red, white and blue decorations. Low Iunior Iournal The L11 class established a welcoming com- mittee headed by Mary Pope, to acquaint the new Low Iuniors with affairs at Fremont. tNoth- ing cold or wintry about themll High Iunior Theme "Eskimo Capers" was the theme of the H11 dance given on December 4, 1941. Edith Mac- Namara was general chairman of this event which was held in that enormous lce Palace, the Brasefield Gym. Low Senior Winter Carnival Qttired in frilly aprons, the L12 girls towed their L10 Little Sisters through the make-be- lieve land of Mother Goose. During their too- short stay, they were welcomed by Miss Patri- cia Moorshead and Marge Manhard, general chairman. They had so much fun meeting nursery rhyme characters, waving large red balloons and eating all-day suckers, that they were reluctant to leave. SNOWFLAKES OF MEMORY Beautiful scenes of yesterday Flash through my mind and melt into snow flakes of memory. Two meetings were held by the L12 class to familiarize themselves with future opportuni- ties in college and the business worldy one for the commercial students and one for the col- lege students. Mr. Richard Kretsinger, principal of Central Trade School, and Mr. S. D. Benbow, principal of Merritt Business School, spoke to the commercial group and Professor Harper of the University of California spoke to the future college students. Carnival Season for Entire Student Body ln this term's winter carnival, we had four after-school dances, including the one spon- sored by the Block F Society honoring the foot- ball squad. Of our two night dances, our favor- ite was the l-lallowe'en Dance held for couples only. In company with witches and goblins we danced to the music of Homer Nalty's band. We scooted, skated, floundered and fell at the skating party sponsored by the Block F Society which was held in the Dimond Roller Rink. Saving our money in the Fremont tSnowl Bank, we Were able to buy tickets for a second party they gave in the Oakland Boller-land. No term at Fremont has ever had better as- semblies than the one just passed. Especially did we enjoy the Nutrition Fund assembly with its characters, "Daisy May," "Lil' Hbner" and "Mammy and PCIPDYH and its setting, a large barn. Term Plays Hdds to Carnival Spirit Under the skillful direction of the new drama teacher, Mr. Henry Hobson, the term play "Berkeley Square" was presented by the les- ters' Workshop on December 5. The cast was headed by losephine Northege and Clyde Stul- macher, aided by Ierry Martinson, Cleao Cox, Beatrice Biron, Shirley Chapper, Bob Nichols, Qian Levey, Qlfred Hbraham, Louis lllssalena and many others. We, the class of lanuary '42, hope that as you read our summary of this term's activities, you will not forget us, the senior class who climbed the icy peaks and snowy glaciers with you in 1941. wg' M. 'ff Q. ev' it ,if gf' sf.w1?'fe ' J ' If-In . I .1 : 2.8, H If Pi .L 'Ke?i?7'?"n 3 . V as vi-xg.: f3,.g,?s"'f M 4 . ,- - r 114' '-4 , .wh F M, 'vs r ' '-5' TORCH HND KEY Service to Fremont and to our com- munity Sponsor: Mrs. Sandstrom President: Ieanette Baglini TWELFTH GRHDE HI-Y To create and main- tain high stand- ards oi Christian character Sponsor: Mr. Eustis President: Dale Risdon ELEVENTI-I GRE-IDE I-II-Y To create and main- tain high stand- ards ot Christian character Sponsor: Mr. Dunlap President: I im Wilson TENTH GRADE HI-Y To create and main- tain high stand- ards oi Christian character Sponsor: ' Sergeant Logsdon President: Gordon Mcllndrews w f H ,f ,-- - .LMXV fi' jf' rl EBU IH In H ,gf P NK, -Q.: r -rr-P ,F--nr--in . quirk-h pv- 1 4 9 A If 5' A5 Ji WTF 43 F' ff' - ai F? 'uit' " ki 9 , 1: fx. . 1, . v ,f gi it .1 'J' ' Q, . 3 -f , li I iff' , , '1,.'N2'f' , im - 7, 7:-x 'M .,f, 3E Q 3 I'F'I"'F"R"""'t"4-9' ,V ew 1 v ' bl -in J ' 'Walid 5 3. 'FN FRENCH CLUB To provide opportun- ity to converse in French Sponsor: Mrs. de Civruy President: Lyle Eastczbrook F REMONT TRI-Y To find and give the best Sponsor: Mrs. Dozier President: Mary Hunter JUNIOR STHTESMHN To study government problems and or- ganize model gov- ernments Sponsor: Mr. Planer President: Ioe Close BLHCK F SOCIETY Hn athletic honor society Sponsor: Mr. Berven President: John Nicolini ORCHESTRH To create more beau- ti 1 u I music: to study basic prin- ciples oi harmony Sponsor: Mr. Hllen GIRLS GLEE CLUB To creaie beautitul music Sponsor: Miss Brohm President: Marge Paris BOYS' GLEE CLUB To create beautiful music Sponsor: Miss Grimwood President: Eugene Ginier H CHPPELLH CHOIR To create beautiful music Sponsor: Mrs. Cobb President: Lorrmne Tower YEHRBOOK GROUP To create a book of happy memories Sponsor: Mrs. Curryer President: Carolyn Nelson WRITERS' CLUB To create and under- stand good litera- ture Sponsor: Miss Byers President: Clara Meyers LES BRTISTES To increase art knowledge Sponsor: Miss Plummer President: H1 Rodrigues TRHF F IC CLUB To develop rules of sate passing and to insure common safety Sponsor: Sgt. Logsdon Captain: Bl Zivisler I-".T.H. To- interest students in teaching as a career Sponsor: Mr. Kintner President: Paula Notzli BI-IDIO CLUB Preparation :for amateur licenses Sponsor: Mr. Snow President: Morgan McMahon RIFLE TERM BHN D REVIEW OFFICERS I : Af '1:.:4:.,j ' - ,-'A I . , 11 -111' 9-..,1 1, -278:15 3. xr 511. ...I . : -aj' ,, . x ,.., -e .. - - n- Hef- . - .1 'r-In I. . Eel, " " 5 N' ,fgerfiur 113 wi J-'I ' v " - , - . -1 Z I 2 A 5 I ,' s Y EH . 9 :Q-F. 3 ,z f'."v'N.-v. 1 ix :J V L :Hi ip- 2- , , ,V 7 ir ., - L73 I. Fg,'fYl6J:,-' ijgfv . ..., -V Ar fill: 1 EMF ' ,f.- 1 ,- 352' A , .Y ' .5 ' .p If-f - isa Q Q. ' :gf , ,,V,.L-,rj r .1 , 1 3 ,,' T i V A an ,. I. .m Q71 J' , '9 . , lc . V..,,,-I 7 A 4 . - .wr"s- "7.- ' -- 'RSF ' -1' 11: ' . Q 'ILIIHUAINM rhtffl 'f I ' , I I. Y x I . a ' -' A I I 4' 4 il , I A ,.,.,.B .-, ii l',,,i.1 . .. v w -I L I I . - IQ- I L 1...-2-G" ' I , ,V. xx u 5-'-,-I , V 7, -I ,N, I-. -1-'q"""l I i 4 f iQ F1 r - if ,,.. wig "" Zi rl-4 nfl:-5 '32 ff'-t'-F' 4,g If :ll P. E. INSTRUCTORS-tLeit to Rightl: Harold Berven, Leo Pawek. Blvin Eustis. William Rockwell. Football Summary . . . Fighting to the final sound of the gun, the Fremont Tigers ended in second place for the O. H. L. championship. This proved to be one ot the greatest seasons Fremont has ever had. H defensive team that could stop almost anything in the league, a pass offense that was just about tops, and a fairly good running attack would have won the championship if it had not been for a few strong Pirates. Upholding the standards ct the strongest line in the league were tackles lim Duncan and Bill Mills and guards lack Schantin, lack Galagher, Babe Mesguita, and Bill Iardin. Bob Gori and Iack Russell proved to be a good passing team with Lauren Ruse sell and H1 Titus doing all-city work. The quarter backing was outstanding with lack Hlexander and Doug Craig calling signals and trying to learn the coach's dream plays. Tiny Balugo probably would have made all-city if he had not hurt his leg, intercepting passes and trying to keep up with Ken- yon Cooke running interference. Merle Theobald, a great asset to the team, showed his ability in blocking, tackling and running. In brand new suits and green jerseys the green hornets, with a 5-3-2-1 defense, had 12 points scored against them and in turn scored 74 points on opponents. Coach Leo Pawek, the best, gave his all to have Fremont rated as the best in the city, but it seems that a better team from Castlemont High took the honors. Mr. Pawel: did a swell job of coaching and, although he is losing many good men, we believe Fremont will have a winning team next year. FINRL SCORES FREMONT O - OHKLHND U FREMONT 16 - TECHNICHL 7 FREMONT 13 - McCLYMONDS U FREMONT 27 - ROOSEVELT U FREMONT 13 - UNIVERSITY 6 FREMONT 6 - SHN LEIHNDRO U FREMONT 0 - CQSTLEMONT 12 1941 FOOTBHLL SQUHD First Row Left to Bight: Hensley, Hlexander, Titus, Duncan, Schcmtin, Balugo, Iardin, Mills, Russell, Galeria, Gori. Second Row Leit to Ri ht' L Russa, Corbett B F 1' Y F k G 11 h B C ' G d' G ld F t h R ll G'll C h g . a , owen, eix, eaman, a e, a ag er, oss, raxg, ar mer, o en, ens ermac er, usse , 1 , oac : Leo Pawek. Third Row Left to Right: Freitas, Weber, Leppla, Managers: Centoni, Smith, Pareas, MacGregor, Snare, Issacson, Cooke, Car- stensen, Hill, Kraft, Lynch, Barker, Mgr.: Hudgens, Mgr.: Eustis, Coach. hu Merle Theobald rambles for a touchdown aqmnsi Uruverslty. lack Hlexandar nms pass over for a touchdown bealuxq Roos- evelt Lauren Russell dashes Z0 yards wxth Kenyon Cooke lrymg to block Oakland- man. 4. Castlemoni ends -Premonfs hopes and wins championship. 5. Bill Iardin' Qackles Do Cx-ui of San Leandro. while lhe line closes in. . Fremont line siops altempled touchdown by McClymonds. il -1 GORI GOLDEN BHLUGO GHLLHGHER L. GHRDNER FENCE RITCHIE HLEXHNDER - FELIX ' YERMHN ' R Nl -4. USSELL WET :i...,...-Y,.,-,. . W ,xii N CRHIG X Xu J 1 DUNCBN THEOBHLD RUSSH ,Oz COOKE I HRDIN TITUS SCHHNTIN ROSS ,xx ww MILLS KRHFT BHSKETBHLL TUMBLING GIRLS' CREW TUMBLING T555 Ml' Q . ,ijiifa-L.-Lv, 'fix wp' -Tr '- -. .af - -- Y V -:,:,.::::. ,f-. " pm? l 6552. w 1 3 iw x , V 1 M . gg, Wmxfifvl f L 5 Q- gf. L., Q ' . 1, ,f --"' T -1 . NY - L 5 . V., . , ' 4: L -1 - it ' 5, ,k -, 'AV' 1:3 ' vf 4 1. 5, qu 4 ,A Aai Fj sg , , H- 1 14' . -.X iw . X X A -N . 32 51..- ' L ' .. 3 ww as ' ff 2 -' g A I ' I! ' 'ff-v ggx Q nw A 'AH 5 U' 1 K ?q , -. ' 'Q'A12 ,Mr 4 V , 3 Q V, ...ge Q i 5 V X xx W X XJ I 1 M Rx i V ' X I + ' n H f 3 f ,-4. b- A wgi. iq, LY 1 xxx L Q777 ' f Slim!!! i 'ii- in-n-nu? G.H.I-1. 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H -.,,.,.,.ffx. 4 'A . . , . ,f ., 1 ,tx ri: " 1 ff"--' , A - 1 -:fl T, ,ffm ,V M -,q- -rv. lf' .lr.,:tf':,l'1l l'4fhM2A.1.tn.:i"l 'urwa::.:g.'.mm.w.,..n..n...-...- -t, .t 4 g. - 1---wwe-asun-u-ev-am'-.nuff Hb' Qff5W""3'f'1'lP":' "' 9' ll- A' 'r L ' ' FAREWELL Because the theme of this book has been "Winter Carnival" you may be led to believe that our stay here has been nothing but play. Far from it! We have made our marks by sheer, hard effort and while we did not relish them, we are proud of the long hours of home work and class effort that is at last rewarded by our high school diplomas. Whether we go forth into the business world at once or whether we continue our education in some higher training school, we come to this farewell with real regret. Fremont to us will always be the friendly schoolg the school of hard work together with a carnival of fun. ln short, we shall always remember Fremont as the School of Happy Memories. AUTOGRAPHS . ACKNOWLEDGMENTS To Barboni Studio for photographsy to Mr. Wilburn Smith of the Oakland National Engraving Company and to Mr. Clair Pierce of the Golden West Printing Company for technical assistance. To Mrs. M. Ester Curryer, Sponsor and to Miss Hlice Plummer, Hrt Directory to Mr. William Dunlap, Business Hdvisor, and to Mrs. Frances Mohr for advice and guid- ance in the preparation of this book. To Beverly Edwards, for designs of division pages and senior panelsg to Georgia Marshall for cover design, and to Bob Stinnett, Student Photographer. ' at W, ,,:T,,,, ,,, I 4. Ei Q 1-J' ' 'L' "-at 5 gf. ' 4 ss? FV. 'Y A .9 ' fr , ..g ' :1ilgl" -ff -. V ,. v.,'1.-mill v rw- H iw nc, ,X ., , .. , X A r 1 45. Q, ,A I .4 4 rn., ,. N in .441 LW ' H ' 2.4 wr 2 ' - I 7' 3 , . if 5 - ,Q 1 Y if . X ,P -fy i g . -Q1 if V14 1 dl L xr 4'-"5" JJA 'VHA 511' 6- ,0 va. ,A-W f fm, ' 'li' 4- f ' ' '. " .1 x L . 1 ' s' L nf-., F A X W... qi' .u'l'.. Sf' mg ,..., , Y 552.3 4-.. . 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