Fremont Junior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Pomona, CA)
- Class of 1941
Page 1 of 82
Pages 6 - 7
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Commissioner of Finance
Commissioner of Entertainment
Boys' Welfare Commissioner
Girls' Welfare Commissioner
Boys' Athletic Commissioner
Girls' Athletic Commissioner
Junior Red Cross Commissioner -
Dorothy June Evans
OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1941
President - Sue Matthews
Vice-president - Charles Whitaker
Secretary - Patty Ward
Treasurer - Peter Ekstein
OTHER TBNTH GRADE MEMBERS OF COMMISSIONS
Safety --------------- Bob Austill Edward Myers
Janice Baker, secretary Ruth Orem
Doris Everett Jessie ReynOldS
Melbs Frye Mariano Rodriguez
Jack Kraft Geraldine Singleton
Robert Kuntz Patti:Strange
Sue Matthews Patty Ward
Donald McLeod Raymond Watt
Publicity ------------ Same as Bulldog Club - on Page 1
Citizenship ---- ------
Doris Everett, se
Boys' Welfare -------- Jack Kraft
Girls' Welfare ------- Olive Croxen
Girls' Athletic ---- --Betty Brown
Dorothy Mae Evans
Junior Red Cross ----- Ruby Chastain
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THE WORK DF THE COMMISSIONS
Much of the credit for the smooth functioning of Fremont's business
affairs and social life is due to members of commissions, who, under the
guidance of the commissioners and faculty advisors, perform a variety of
The Safety Commission
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Q Spode gl? ev Traffic officers have kept
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NTNNNRN 5 to handle cases where stu-
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rules. They also tried
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N.,-'Qil -""" Q25 cooperating with the Junior
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Xqt ,f ' Qgld, -A XR. service is important to the
Qggsgliifg xkj 'Q school and to society in
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Qtr The Entertainment
. Commissioner presided at
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absence of the president.
Special services of this
group include the occasional
arranging of flowers for the school officeg ushering at school affairs, this
year particularly at the April 4 performance NMusic on ReviewH3and.keeping a
'scrapbook of school affairs. This commission was supervised by Mrs. Madsen.
The Finance Commission, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Douglas,
collected student body dues, issued student body cards, and assisted in the
disbursing of funds and rendering of accounts. Students who failed to pay
promptly were interviewed and urged to discharge their financial obligations.
Work was provided for those otherwise unable to pay.
The Citizenship Commission, under the direction of Mrs. Hathaway,
records citizenship data and compiles the quarterly honor roll and the annual
roll of those eligible to the Scholarship Party. The commission occasionally
interviews students who are judged in need of student guidance in their
adjustment to our miniature democracy. '
The Publicity Commission, better known as the Bulldog Club, is under the
direction of Mrs. Furr. The members gather news, write the articles, and
THE WORK OF THE COMMISSIONS fCont'd,
assemble, staple, and distribute the Bulldog, which is issued bi-weekly.
When called upon, the group also handles publicity for school affairs.
The Boys' Welfare Commission arranged a Father-Son Banquet on
December 15 and a Mother-Son Banquet on May 9. Both of these events were
well attended and much appreciated. The LaVerne College Quartet came to
Fremont for an assembly program at the invitation of this group. The boys
also sponsored a noon indoor tournament and attempted a model airplane
contest, which was dropped for lack of entries. One of the most important
activities of the year was the issuing of'aihletic equipment during the noon
hour. Mr. Montz is advisor for the Boys' Welfare Commission.
Miss Hoyer's Girls' Welfare Commission had a full year. Doris McKinney
served as commissioner until illness made it necessary for her to resign,
Pattie Strange then assumed the position. The girls started activities by
making and distributing HGet-Acquaintedn Tags, which the art classes
decorated. Then 115 pompoms were made for the first conference football
game. They were sold almost at cost, for the purpose was to give color and
life to the occasion.
As is customary, the commission sponsored an after-school party for
girls, the Mother-Daughter and Father-Daughter Banquets, which were very
successful, and an assembly, which this year was a Hallowe'en assembly. The
speaker discussed the tradition of the holiday and girls' opportunities for
setting standards of fun. The last event of the year was a tea on May 28 for
tenth grade girls, at which Miss Ethel Allen, dean of girls of Pomona High
School, talked about the new vistas which lie before the girls.
The Girls' Athletic Commission, which is made up of four members
selected from each grade by the commissioner andtemrnr-in charge, has several
duties. This year it took charge of after-school and noon tournament games,
of a play day after school, and of awards for points. It has been proposed
that next year the commission organize a club composed of girls chosen from
those who have attained at least the first award.
The Junior Red Cross Commission, which is sponsored by Mrs. Douglas,
is the school's service organization. Regularly throughout the year these
students appeal to the school for contributions of various kinds. Some of
these things are ready for sending to those whose lives will be cheered by our
thoughtfulnessg other contributions are used by the group for making gifts.
The calendar for 1940-41 follows:
October - Junk Drive
November - Thanksgiving offering
December - christmas stockings for Marine
Hospital, San Diego
January - Hmarch of Dimesu
February - Valentines for tubercular patients
at Van Velser Sanitorium,
March - Easter favors for tubercular patients
at Van Velser Sanitorium, Baldwin Park
April - Good Will assembly, and exhibit of
treasures from many lands
Boys' and Girls' Welfare Commissions
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The Fremont Junior High School Q ,
Band has had a successful season ' 5' n
this year. They gave a concert in .H
conjunction with the Girls' Glee J
Clubs and the Revelers and cleared 1
3240 assuring the Band of seven-
teen,new uniforms. The Fremont Band BA N D -
won a trophy in the Monrovia Parade f
and participated in the Whittier
Day Parade, Cinco de Mayo Parade, ,
and Memorial Day Parade.
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Robert Lineberry, president of the
Band and solo trumpet, aided
materially in its achievement. Other
tenth graders who deserve credit "'-' """-'-""
are: trombones, Charles Whitaker,
Lucio Cenicerosg trumpets, Dick
Wilkinson, Richard Mathis, Robert Ribalg clarinets, Doris Everett, Mac
Woodard, Laliallette Childers, Ivan White, saxophone, Betty Brown, oboe, Kenny
Barbara McBride and Dorothy June Evans have been the drum majorettes.
Doris Everett has acted as the efficient secretary to our Band, and her
presence will be missed next year.
The Fremont Orchestra has played at all the banquets given here at
school and at outside functions. Tenth graders who have served the Orchestra
admirably have been: accompanist, Barbara McBride, bass, Dorothy June Evans,
cello, Stanley Drennang violin, Eunice Glenn.
Eight members of the Orchestra are playing in the Young People's
Symphony of Pomona.
Lucio Ceniceros and Richard Mathis are tenth grade members of the Brass
Club, and Jim McCulloch of the Woodwind Club.
I wish to encourage this fine group of graduating musicians to continue
the study of music, in co-operate with their future instructors, and to bring
new laurels to the school they serve.
LOUIS F. RONFELDT
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Fremont's boys' singing group, the Uhevelersn, has had a very successful
year, singing at approximately fifteen places. They appeared at the Fremont
Mother-Son banquet, Christian Church, Mother-Daughter banquet, in HMusic on
Reviewu, and in other programs.
The tenth graders will be missed from the group because they have been
loyal and always willing to give their best in making the group a success.
Those graduating are: Manuel Avila, Joe Beck, Robert DeMille, Jack Kraft,
Bert Monson, Kenneth Raybould, Mariano Rodriguez, Raymond Watt, and August
The social events were a snow day in February and a picnic at Washington
Park in June.
All in all, the year has been a very outstanding one with the fine
leadership of Mr. Bolinger and the fine cooperation of the group. We hope
that the remaining members will make next year still more successful, as we
are sure they can do.
MARIANO RODRIGUEZ, President
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throughout the year. Besides pf'Lf U
the showing of movies for PJQONXEQTIQN
classes whenever called upon
--and there were many cells-- they provided and set up equipment for school
talent assemblies and most of the home football games. At nMusic on Reviewn
323552223 in charge of lighting and of setting and changing scenes and
Although they are not organized as a club, several tenth grade
students have rendered a real service to the school under the direction of
Mrs. Penley, our librarian. Those performing this service were: Olive Crox
Mario Enriquez, Doris Everett, Eunice Glenn, Dorothy Keast, Hideko Takagi.
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activities of the two
Fremont radio clubs are becoming more and more interesting. Already two members
of the senior club,
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Wayne Guyton and Hubert Shaffer, are ready to take their
the Federal Communications Commission for the class B
or's license. Both of these boys also belong to the valley-
eur Radio Association.
Other tenth grade members are Kenneth Berk and Ernest Sprague.
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Mr. Weide, instructor
gi Tenth Grade Members
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lie! ken! Dwight Cetron Jimmie Wallace
lf1g,,'fQ1 Dan Fumes Charles Whitaker
N--W" Earl Grady Dick Wilkinson
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Miss Klingaman, instructor
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AL""f" 1 X, Elmer BOStiC Fred Karns
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as it, .1 C ' Claud Wilson
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Mr. Tay, advisor
Tenth Grade Members
Betty Cooke Lois Powell
Norine De Mille Genevieve Reeder
Betty Freeman Bette Reese
Juanita Gately Dolores Southwick
Russell Hale Milton Stites
Eldora Honea Pattie Strange
SHG Matthews Kay Walton
NDO You Believe in Luckn was the play given
by the Senior Drama Club.
The advisor of this group was Miss Rice, who left school for
the year after her marriage to Mr. Fred Ten Eyck. Mrs. Richards
assumed the sponsorship of this club along with Mrs. Ten Eyck's
Tenth Grade Members
Geneva Bishop Barbara Jordan
Helen Ghisam Vera Mendoza
Dorothy June Evans Thelma Pinkerton
Dorothy Mae Evans Geraldine Singleton
Lenore Gow Jean Urch
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Olive Croxen Dorothy Hoover . e ,. 4
Norine Deiliille Barbara McBride If ,
Dorothy June Evans Patty Nielsen , '
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Edna Grant Doris Ross ' 1 ::.- , ,X
Carol Graveson Dolores Southwick fu K gil- Jixbfenf
Dorothy Hinks Patricia Sprague X5 Nfl"
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Girls' Athletic Awards
consist of a school letter,
three chevrons, and a star,
according to e point system.
Points accumulate from year
year When a girl has earned
500 points, she receives her
school letter. When she has
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that several of the girls listed X
below won enough points in the 'Q Q, C
fourth quarter to receive the 4--'ff' 'NE,oX...,
next higher award, but that has M' Ure!
happened since this Bulldog
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Tenth Grade Girls Who Have deceived Athletic Awards
Third Chevron A I A 0'
sue Matthews 2455 Letters
Dorothy Hinks 2225 Edu? Mae Greet 955
Second Chevron Eunlce Glenn 945
Carol Greveson 1996 gorothy June Evene 920
Patricia Nielsen 1825 Ofotey Mae Evans 970
Geneva Bishop 1762 GeneV1eYe Reeder 850
Vera Mendoza. 1675 Doreen been . 855
Betty Brown 1601 Evelyn Griffith 855
Barbara Moeriae ieoo Gladys Frank - 790
Dorothy Hoover 1560 Nell ewsheasby 775
Doris R055 1550 Doris Everett 650
Pattie Strange 1545 Betty Freeman 650
Lois Powell 1500 'Timm Sgfemere 650
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Jessie Re olds 1440 Q . ,
Dorothy Cgnuggi 1561 ?atI'5-Cla Weed 617
Geraldine gingleton 1500 Mythe Roseland 600
Hidekg Takagi 1275 Dolores Southwick 585
Dolores Vigil 1180 Ida Jane Ewbank 575
Janice Baker 1110 Arline Williston 550
Bette Reese 1075 Ruth O
Olive croxoo 1025 , rem 550
Norine nomillo 1015 Eldere Henee 510
Betty Krsuter 1000 DOTOTJWY Keast 500
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Football this year did not come up to standards of previous years.
HLady Luckn must have completely forgotten Fremont. The following seniors
won their letters:
Sophomore Team HGH Team
Jack Kraft Merle Stone Jim ie Beamgn
Gland Hogan Kenneth Bark Grady H311
Jim McCulloch Jesse Ontiveras Hgygld Rgynglds
Fred Gruneweld Orlando Barela Gene Rice
Bert Monson Lloyd Smith Euggne Riley
George Clifford Wayne Guyton Simon Baltigrrg
Joe Beck Mario Enriquez James Strong
Bill Brooks Russell Hale Mgnagerg - Dick Wilkinson
Basketball season started all right, but ended wrong. As in football,
basketball was not so good as in previous years. The following seniors won
Sophomore Team . ugn Team
Jack Kraft Fred Grunewald Harold Reynolds
Bill Brooks Orlando Barela Dick Wilkinson
Jesse Ontiveras William McCryndle Vernon Daniels
Fred Karns August Weigle
Joe Beck Vincent Alvarez NDN Team
George Clifford Monte DeFrance
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the standards of past years. Four
new records were set at the first
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new records are:
Wayne Guyton -- 20' 5 5f4" broadjump
Wayne Guyton - ll' 95" pole vault
Orlando Barela - 58:5 550 yard
Mariano Rodriguez - 2:ll:5 880
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ended, it would have been a very successful
season. Some of the players showed a great
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The members of the
Class of 1941 of Fremont ,f,.
Junior High School, being KILL ,,,f-
about to depart from these 'A
halls, do severally bequeath vb 5 Q D
their outstanding character- QSQN . O
istics or possessions to
those persons and places f
best qualified to profit, QIAZXLKZY ff!!
or least likely to be fgyff L'
damaged, thereby. 'R KV, L-'J
Wayne Adams - wills his f
ability to drive with one X
hand on the wheel to some 4fi
up and coming Romeo.
Beatrice Alcocer - her D14
coiffures to Norma
Benita Alfaro - her lazi-
ness to Dora Avila
Vincent Alvarez - his good grades in Spanish to the poor unsuspecting
eighth graders who are taking it next yeari
Bob Austill - his citizenship office to Al Wade
Janice Baker - her little feet to Donald Duck
Simon Baltierra - his Wcornyujokes to the Bulldog
Orlando Barela - his curly hair to Stanley Dirks
Robert Barela - his questioning nature to some quiz program
Kenneth Bark - his height to Ansel Bray
Ruth Barnaby - her fur coat back to the rabbits
Jimmie Beaman - his rubber bands back to the office
Joe Beck - he's taking her with him
Geneva Bishop - her NmemoryU to the Quiz Kids
Elmer Bostic - his red hair and freckles to Bill Howell
Martha Bott - her many admirers to Ann Sheridan
Jack Bright - his shyness to Lillian Turner
Billy Brooks - his basketball shoes back to Gluck'S
Donald Brooks - his arguments with Mr. Tay to some debating society
Denver Brosman - his manners to Emily Post
Betty Brown - the treasury to Uncle Sam
Melvin Brown - his nickname to Jack Benny
Dwight Catron - his ability to dodge work to someone who'll need it
Wayne Catron - his A' s to Albert White
Ambrocio Ceniceros - his boots to the Wwide open spacesu
Lucio Ceniceros - his lost books beck to Mrs. Hathaway
Ruby Chastain - her aceordian to Major Bowes' Family Program
LaVallette Childers - his ability to dodge Miss Neely to Marie Grace
Helen Chisam - Bob back to the Army
Jeannette Cleveland - her complexion to a gardenia
George Clifford - his beard to UFather Timen
Betty Cocks - her pretty eyes to Eddie Cantor
Jack Carver - his jokes to the gutter
CLASS WILL Ccontinuedy
Jack Collins - his car to Pomona Junk Company
Dorothy Copuggi - her hair to UGoldie Locksn
Bob Cross - long eyelashes to the ninth grade girls
Olive Groxen H her pin curls to Charlotte Strona V
Vernon Daniels - his interest in flirting to Kenny Doyen
Monte De France - his permanents to Le Hoy's Beauty Shoppe-
Norine DeMille - her continual chatter to the birdies
Robert DeMille - his continued friendship with Jack Carver to
Harold Deweese - his acting ability to M.G.M.
James Dickerson - his Pomona sweater to the cleaners
Stanley Drennan - his physique to Atlas
Max Dunn - his dice to Bruce Chisam
Doreen Egan - her driver's license to Molly Zatinsky
Peter Ekstein - his Spanish to anyone who'll accept it
Bessie merson - her calm indifference to Mrs. Furr
Mario Enriquez - Biology back to the bugs
Dorothy June Evans - her baton to Marjorie Hogan
Dorothy Mae Evans - her pitching ability to Bob Feller
Doris Everett - her place as Mr. Ronfeldt's secretary to his wife
Ida Jane Ewbank - color combinations to the Gypsies
Dan Famas - his loud voice to Rita Vigil
Gladys Frank - her hair fixing ability to Max Factor, Jr.
Betty Freeman - her A's from Miss Beard to Mary Lou Sasser
Melba Frye - her blue suit to a jailbird
Juanita Gately - her acting ability to Eloise Cleveland
Eunice Glenn - her position in the library to some bookworm
Lenore Gow - the soldiers back to the Army
Earl Grady - his ballet lessons to Mrs. Madsen
Edna Grant - her original dance steps to Arthur Murray
Carol Graveson - her baby talk to Betty Boop
Evelyn Griffith - her reversed pin back to the Marines
Jean Grissom - her wardrobe to the movies
Fred Grunewald - the Bulldog to the Westminister Dog Show
Iretta Guymon - her quarantine sign to some ditcher
Wayne Guyton - his track records to Jimmie Walker
Russell Hale - his dates with Mrs. Vickers to little Marvin
Grady Hall - his late hours to an owl
Lowell Hamilton - his disposition to the HBad Humor Mann
Franklin Hanson - his caveman ways to Allie Oop
Dorothy Hinks - her lovely singing voice to Allegra Dailey
Bobbie Hite - He's in too much of a hurry to get to High School to
Claud Hogan - He's going to take everything with him.
Eldora Honea - her skates to Geneva Barnes
Dorothy Hoover - Some of those red clothes to Santa Claus
Mary Ireland - her slim waist to Edna Mae Oliver
Jimmie Jackman - the Fremont girls to his brother
Lowell Jackman - his blond hair to the admiring girls
Barbara Jordan - her ability to HCatch her mann to the Mounted Police
Fred Karns - his social standing in Fremont to Peggy
Albert Kaufman - his brains to the future tenth graders
CLASS WILL fContinuedJ
Dorothy Keast - her gift of influencing people to the student
body ticket salesmen
Sylvester Knapp - his dirty cords to the Rinse Company to use as
Jack Kraft - his place Uway up tharu to Shirley Stephens
Betty Krauter - her bangs to Hitler
HPudgyH Kuntz - takes his sunny disposition to High School
Billie Lee Lawson - first aid to the unfortunates
Robert Lineberry - his trumpet to HGabrielU
Richard Mathis - his size Nl2'sH to Charlie Monroy
Sue Ellen Matthews - skating ability to some lucky guy
Bud Mayfield - his build to Bob Tolleson
Barbara McBride - her new piano to Paderewski
William McCryndle - He'll be back next year.
Donald McLeod - his pink gold watch to some envious person
Vera Mendoza - her lockers in P. E. to some girl who'll want one
Jim Mhoon - his superiority in scholarship and citizenship to
Tom Modgling - his flashy shirts to the circus
Bert Monson - his dancing technique to Fred Astaire
Edward Myers - his scientific habits to the coming Biology classes
Kenneth Nall - his oboe to a snake charmer
Patricia Nielsen - her tiny hands to Dracula
Teddy Nufer - his dimple to Shirley Temple
Gregorio Ojeda - his charming personality to Deryl Gilstrap
Jesse Ontiveras - his mile record to J. D. Carlton
Ruth Grem - her riding habit to the Diamond Bar Ranch
Lucy Ortiz - her dependability to Rosella Nagel
Both Payton - her boots to the Lone Ranger
Thelma Pinkerton - her height to Mr. Cutler
Lois Powell - her yodeling and cowboy songs to Gene Autry
Kenneth Roybould - his English accent to Otha Attebery
Genevieve Reeder - her rhumba steps to Carmen Miranda
Bette Reese - her personality to iugh Herbert
Harold Reynolds - his love affairs to Clark Gable
J essie Reynolds - her vitality to the Pep Boys
Bob Ribal - his weedeto David Sommerville
Gene Rice - his striped scarf to the zebras
Joe Rice - his blushes to Lilliabelle Olson
Mariano Rodriquez - his-gentlemanly manner to Bobby Jones
Eugene Riley - the contents of his shirt pockets to HTobacco Roadu
Edythe Roseland - her fingernail polish to the Fuller Paint Company
Doris Ross - her place as yell leader to Walter Harris
Bob Royalty - his gum back to the Dentine Company
Rosie Sanchez - her meekness to Luis Marquez
Hubert Shaffer - his radio ability to N. B. C.
Nellie Sheasby - her appetite to Anna Mae Ireland
Geraldine Singleton - her tardiness at her safety post to Mary
Lloyd Smith - his big brother to Jean Summers
Dolores Southwick - her friends to Barbara Adams
Ernest Sprague - his wavy hair to Hody Lamarr
Patricia Sprague - the HMeowU column to Walter Winchell
Milton Stites - his cigar to the UEl Ropou Company
CLASS WILL qcontinuady
Merle Stone - his large group of sisters and brothers to the
UOld Woman in the Sheen
PattieStrange - her wisecracks back to Bob Hope
James Strona - his rowdiness to Mark Hormell
Jean Summers - her laughter to Gracie Allen
Charles Sweet - his Fremont letter to some beginning athlete
Wilma Swenson - her French braids to Teddie Lois Kemp
Hideko Takagi - her good nature to Betty June Hamilton
C. L. Tolleson - the rest of the Tollesons to a genealogist
June Traister - her little brother to the eighth grade girls
Carl Tucker - his motion picture projection job to Calvin Dick
Jean Urch - her detention hours to Sing Sing
Dolores Vigil - her voice to the Contented Hour
Jimmie Wallace - his accent back to the sticks
Kathleen Walton - her basketball ability to the Girls' P. E.
Pat Ward - her Ngo-get 'emu method to Frank Buck
Raymond Watt - his shyness to Dean Netz
August Weigle - his arguments to some soap box orator
Charles Whitaker - his Hcropu of hair to Mr. Anderson
Ivan white - his friendship with Miss Bell to Mr. Bickerton
Dick Wilkinson - his cousin to the Pomona girls
Arline Williston - her camellias to some florist
Claude Wilson e his ahscntmindedness to the elephants
Mary Wilson - her oral reports to Irene De Weese
Mac Woodward - his vocabulary back to Webster
Ruby Young - her rowdiness to Lorene Lawson
On the day after their
5333? graduation, the Fremont Junior
AL,, 3,1 High School Class of 1941
assembled on the front steps
SgX5x,Uf5 for a group picture. This
'high 'QQQE3 XJESD' '53 was at the request of Mr.
I VJ' Montz' S Photography Club,
-Vg 0 CID fNfN2f?: the members of which desired
jfu- """ I to test their skill in
C, 155 55 Q1 photography. But alas,
j 55V .5 fe, fate intervenedg the picture
.tg A429 If Q3 never was made!
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I 555, happened. "Sonny" Clarence
if HF1 'l xii Landon set up his tripod
fy' lxffg E3 end mounted thereon what .
Aff Enix fi appeared to be the latest in
Q3f2:E,,.k,,---.7 cameras, but in reality
fi,-' Cfifgylj gsm gh a time machine with intell-
Qggmmmgg, ..,, is kt ,hee ..,: ..f- -.--- Utes H igence. As Sonny slowly
W squeezed the bulb, the Class
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' of 1941 was transported back-
ward in time, each person stopping at that period and in that place where
he best fitted.
In a few moments hy means of Retroactive Television we shall product
scenes from the past so that you may learn the fate of these people. But
first you must hear what some faculty members who witnessed this strange
event were overheard to say: UThis is truly a fitting end. It always
was a backward class.
Sometime during the Stone Age
Enter Bone Crusher and Hi Jumper
Bone Crusher: Hello, Hi Jumper, what's new?
Hi Jumper: Why, hi there, Bone Crusher, I hnven't seen you since the
B. C.: Nope, I went with Grady Hall to the lend of Volcenia to fetch
fire and I ain't been back since.
H, J,: See any new girls over there?
B. C,: Yep--they've got quite an assortment from the 20th century.
There's Ruby Young, Jean Urch, Mary Wilson, and Iretta Guymon.
Most of them seem quite satisfied, but Ruby's peeved because
she doesn't have her skates with her.
H, J.: Anybody else traveling that direction?
B. C.: Yep, saw Franklin Henson swinging along through the trees and
Denver Brosman was riding a dinosaur. Wasn't going very fast--
just out for n jeunt with Ruth Barnaby. By the way, your outfit
looks a lot like mine. Make it yourself?
H. J.: No, I had Betty Cooke design this from a skin I got from Kenneth
Berk. That boy sure is good on bringin' animals down with a club.
CLASS PRDPHECY fContinuedQ
B. C.: Yeh, but he doesnft have Wayne Catron beat. Have you seen the
mastodon tusk necklace he collected for Lenore Gow?
H J' No, I haven't seen it, but I read about it in that Stone Slab
gossip column.Pat Sprague puts out. Say, I sure feel sorry for
Gene Rice having to chisel all that out for her.
B C.: Oh, well, he got lots of practice chiselin' before he came here.
Say,the girls seem to find plenty to do, don't they?
H. J.: Yeh, Thelma Pinkerton keeps busy designing new hair-dos for the
girls. That effect she gets with bear grease and sea shells
is too, too stunning, don't you think?
B c New, 1 don't, think, but I'd rather have the gif-is fixing freak
hair-dos than joining Martha Bott's Stone Age Camp Fire Girls.
H J,z Or sitting around gnawin' on bones all the time like June
Traister and Juanita Gately.
B. C.: No lie. Say, how about us joining Hubert Shaffer's Smoke Signal
Corps? Bud Mayfield and Claude wilson just joined.
H. J.2 Nope, smoke irritates my nasal passages. I think Ild rather
sign up with McCryndle's Drum and Bugle Corps.
CA shriek is heard.J
B. C.: Say, what's that horrible noise?
H. J.: Probably Donald Brooks dragging Nellie Sheasby around by the
B. C.: Don't you think we'd better go and rescue the poor little thing?
H. J.: Yeh.
Rome, in the time of Julius Caesar
Enter Lucretia and Antonia
Lucretia: Greetings, Antonia. We're having lovely weather in Rome
Antonia: Yes, Lucretia. I pray Jupiter may send a nice day for the
gladiatorial combats. ave you reserved your seat at the
L.: Indeed, but they're costly this year. A thousand sesterces for ours.
A.: I care not for the price. I wait with impatience to see that Greek
team which our new Director of Public Games is importing. Methinks
Fredericus Karns is the best man Caesar has ever appointed.
L.: Yes. I saw that team when they exhibited in Sparta. Its members
are Jesse Ontiveras, Josephus Beck, Jacobus Beaman, and Georges
A.: Ah, the one who inspired the Greek poetess, Genevieve Reeder,
to write the ode-- the one beginning, HThou runner of long racesn.
L.: Aye, truly it was. Georges Clifford is also posing for that fine
statue of Apollo that sculptor Lloyd Smith is making.
A.: Such honor! DO you plan to see the chariot races also?
L.: Indeed, I am anxious to see whether the Woman's Club entry,
Patricia Strange, will defeat Raymond Watt. Methinks that with
Gladys Frank in that chariot as backseat driver we can divert
him from the course. May Diana help us.
A.: Yes, what honor it will bring to the women of Rome! If only our
I orator, Betty Brown, can win the debate with that Greek champion,
Bette Reese, we shall gain our rightful place in public life.
Perhaps Soon Caesar will even be willing to accept the wise suggestions
CLASS PROPHECY CContinuedl
made by our Wemen's Club traffic committee. Jessica Reynolds and
Geraldina Singleton have truly brilliant ideas about slowing down
the speed of chariots.
L.: Ah, you talk of speed. How I should like to see a running match
between Robertus Hits and Dorothy Mae Evans!
A.: Would not the men blush with shame if a woman could outrun a man?
L.: Yes, but much as I enjoy athletic contests, I truly adore the drama
That new play of Carola Graveson's should be wonderful with handsome
Robertus Ribal and Russell Hale in it. I hear it's called HThe Boy
A.: Yes, I'm to attend that performance as a guest of Senator Petrus
Ehstein and his wife, Olivia Croxen.
L.: Ie she the one who bought that group of handsome slave girls from
A.: Yes, and what queer names she calls them by--Edythe Roseland,
Bessie Emerson,and Norine DeMille-- though I think the last named
came from Gallia.
L.: Have you heard that the handsome Captain Maximus Dunn and his Lost
Battalion have just returned from Spain with many captives?
A.: Yes, and five of the captives were bought for the household of
the great physician, Robertus Austill.
L.: I know. I saw the auction. The girls are named Benita Alfaro,
Beatricia Alcocer, Vera Mendoza, Lucia Ortiz, and Rosa Sanchez. There
was one more, Dolores Vigil, a singer, but Lieutenant Eugenius
Riley kept her to sing for the warriors at barracks.
A.: I have not met this hugenius, but others of the LodLBattalion
I have talked with-- Privates Jack Carver, Tom Modgling, and
Nyard birdn Dwight Catron. Such mighty men of Mars!
L.: Well, Antonia, I must be on my way. I go to confer with Eunicia
Glenn, our new librarian, about some new books on science and
philosophy which the writers, Woodard and Kaufman, have just
A.: You say-- Ha new librarianu? What fate has befallen the clever
one from the Orient-- Hideko Takagi?
L.: Killed by a stone dropped by a worker on the aqueduct-- the one
the Mathis-McLeod Plumbing Company is building.
A.: What dreadful experiences we poor mertals have! I,too,suffer, Lucretia
I am on my way to see the lawyer, Mhoon, about a divorce from
my husband.Caesar sent him on a mission to Cleopatra-- and he went
England, in the days of Robin Hood
Enter a traveller and an outlaw
Outlaw: UI shot an arrow into the air .3 ' . '
It fell to earth I know not where.n
Traveller: Qpointing to arrow in jerkinl Knave, call you this earth9
O.: Be not wroth, sir. I was just having a bit of target practice.
And who might you be?
T.: I Seek William URobinU Brooks.
O.: Good fellow, you have found a guide. I'm one of his men. How
may I serve you, sir?
GLASS PROPHECY Cconbinuedy
I would fain know how the band has fared while I've been in the
Tower of London.
Were you released?
Yes, after ten years, and I've come to summon aid. Three more of
Brooks' men are planning an escape and they need horses.
You must mean Childers, Daniels, and Dickerson, the ones who shot
Aye. Is Guyton still Sheriff of Sherwood Forest?
true. And we must beware, for Nall, the King's Jester, warned
me to be on the lookout for the king's men. Three are expected
through here today--Bright, Myers, and Tolleson.
The very three blackguards who caught me! How I wish I might see
a copy of the Sherwood Journal.
I have one here. I've been carrying it for days hoping to find
someone to read it to me. Ivve been studying Hhitaker's Grammar
of the Saxon Language, but making slow progress.
Ah-- Grunewald is still editor. And what's this? Poetry?
Must be some of Monson's. Is it dedicated to Ruby C jtain?
Aye. It says, NTo Rubyn. I
What means this sign?
Why, it's a reward notice. It says, UAttention, all loyal
members of the outlaw band. --- Reward for the capture of impostors.
Very tall man, correct name,Jack Kraft-- posing as Little John. Short,
pudgy fellow-- correct name, Robert Kuntz, posing as Friar Tuck.
Twenty-five pounds each,if captured aliveg one hundred pounds,if
KA trumpet soundsj
Soft, what's that?
We must be off. It's trumpeter Lineberry calling in the band.
Oklahoma Territory in the 1880's
Enter a man and woman
Welcome back to Oklyhomy. H0w's things in Californy?
them oranges back with ya?
Nope, I couldn't smuggle 'em across the line. Didn't
caught like August Weigle fer smugglin' shoes into the
How d you make the trip?
Come by stage. Calamity Beth Payton is sure a rootin'
Near busted Wayne Adams' record of seven miles an hour
with that covered wagon up ta Mud Flats, Arkansas.
Sure, thatls why we was goin' so fast. We was attackted by a band
of bandits. fShe removes her sunbonnetl Got their autographs right
here: Mariano Rodriguez, Robert Barela, Ambrocio Ceniceros, Gregorio
Ojeda, Oscar Enriquez, Orlando Barela, Simon Baltierra,Manucl+Ayila-
Bring any of
wan't to git
that he set
LuCiQCeniceros, Vincent Alvarez. Goin' to embroider 'em with lazy dazy
stitch come time fer sewin' bee this winter.
Didn t nobody come to the rescue?
Yep-ethe Californiy infantry-- but twarn't no use. Them boys from
south of the border dern near cleaned 'em out. Warn't but five of
CLASS PROPHECY fContinuedI
Any I know?
Sure, I recognized 'em all-- Dan Fgmas, Bob DeMille, Harold Deweese,
Kenneth Haybould-- and the last I seen of 'em was the top of Carl
Tucker's hat disappearin' down behind a rise. I bin talkin' quite a
spell. You might as leave tell me what's been happenin' hereabouts.
Had a right smart election last week in Grenfield County. Sweet
defeated his opponent fer mayor of nog wallow. C. A. Hogan's in
agin as sheriff. 'Pears to me Sweet's gonna make a powerful weak
mayor. Howsomever he'l1 try his durndest.
I hear that new feller that come to town jist 'fore I left-- that
DeFrance feller-- swindled the Old Maids' Society outn their hard
earnt egg money.
Yup, they was a savin' fer a new stove fer their club house and they
was plum mad but-- by cracky-- it sure was Lodaciously funny to see
the petition they sent to Sheriff Hogan just when he was gettin' ready
to string DeFrance up. Got it right here-- Ulnssmuch as
there is a
scarcity of men in these parts, the undersigned solemnly petition
your honor for the life of this culprit.H
Signed-- Doreen Egan, Geneva Bishop,
Ida Jane Ewbank, Betty Freeman, Dorothy Keast, Betty Krauter
town, it must be worser'n ever.
still singin' HNew San Antonio
Them poor girls sure do have a time
Now them new dance hall girls is in
How is the dance hall? Lois Powell
Yup--but that ain't nothin' tothe dance routine them Prairie Flowers
guts on. Wouldn't surprise me to see them names on Broadway--
arbara McBride, Jean Summers, Uvelyn Griffith, Dorothy June Evans,
an' Eldora Honea.
Saw Merle Stone limpin' along in store-bought shoes. 'Peared he was
Yup, them teachers is teachin' a powerful heap of stuff. Miss Billie
Lee is teachin Okie dialect to the new-comers an' Miss Edna Cthat's
Miss Edna Grant, has the little Indians doin' the war dance.
Speakin' of enterprisin wimmen, how's the Matthews Land Investment
Co. gitting along?
Fine, fine. The land rush went off without a hitch-- after a couple
a accidents. Earl Grady was the starter and he shot hisself in the
foot and'got lead poisonin', an' Dick Wilkinson wrecked his pappy's
new buggy. That new Jordan gal walked across in front of his team,
and Dick clean forgot about his drivin'-- went plum offn the bluff.
Who was first over the line?
CA gunshot is heard offstagel
My stars an' stripes!
Wonder what the excitement's about? Let's go see.
New York City during the Gay Nineties
A man and woman enter riding e tandem bicycle and singing'PA Bicycle
Built for Twou. They fall off.
Now that we're off, let's sit here in the park and talk.
What a lovely mustache you have!
CLASS PRDPHECY fContinued1
M.: I wish I could find a nice safe investment like that-- something
that wouldnft go out of style in a hurry.
W.: You spend too much time at wrestling matches to get rich very soon.
M You women are just envious because it isn'b ladylike for you to
attend. when Jim Jackman puts on a bout, it's a corker. He's
matching his cousin Muscle-bound Jackman against Hurricane Hamilton
tonight. Boy, my money's on Hamilton.
W.: How vulgar! Oh look, there's Wilma Swensorvs third husband, Bob '
Royalty,in a handsome uniformg
M.: Yes, he's the new supervisor of street cleaners.
W.: Really? Well, I must be going. I'll have to stop at the Dorothy
Hoover Better Bustle Shop and have this fixed. It slipped when
we fell off the tandem.
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-Tune 13 - Banquet - Program - Party
June 18 - Commencement Exercises
June 19 - Picnic at Washington Park
The Class of 1941 wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. Chance
and the class advisors, Mrs. Parker, Mr. Stevens, and Mrs. Vickers,
and to the co-advisors, Mr. Bolinger, Mr. Glenott, and Miss Klingaman,
for their guidance throughout the year and for all of the assistance
they have given in making our social events and commencement festivities
We wish also to express appreciation to the ninth grade guidance
teachers and assistants, Mr. Anderson, Miss Beard, Miss Hoyer and Mrs.
Madsen, Mrs. Richards, and Mr. Tay, who arranged decorations for commence-
ment and assisted with the class banquet. We are especially grateful to
Miss Klingaman and the tenth grade girls who cooked the class dinner and
to Mrs. Douglas and the ninth grade girls who served it.
We are sorry to leave Fremont, but hope that we a,n be l credit-
when we are at Pomona High School.
Sue Matthews, president
Class of 1941
The faculty and student body congratulate you graduates upon the
successful completion of your junior high school course, and we express our
appreciation for your loyal service and efficient leadership at Fremont.
Our best wishes go with you with a sincere hope that, in these troublous
times, your lives be dedicated to the preservation of the American way of
life by jealously guarding at all times our priceless heritage of freedom,
justice, and democracy.
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