Fremont Junior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Pomona, CA)

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V ..l.L.................. , 3 ,.-..........---............. . .V w., "'.......-......-.-.-- ,... .1 N ,X -J he Ufvwm . y -, , EQEAUAH JBUUUULtUDfl3GE !UU!t pit e te, HDPE UQUQAXU UQDN To all the 650 former Fremont students and faculty members how in the service of our Country we dedicate thie annual ae a salute to their high courage and patriot- iem. We give our pledge to cooperate with the war effort and to help preserve the democratic ideals for which all of ue would give our lives. fx .J"' QD muussiwaurgmin D 0 6 91. Q. c. . We Q,?,'VX GX A Z2f"'Xr'N,,1 M- ,fig The purpose of the Bulldog Staff has been to produce an annual of which Fremont may be proud. The book has been divided into sections representing the various as- pects and activities of our school life. We hope that our readers will enjoy this annual, and that in after years it will serve to strengthen the memory of pleasant friends, places, and events. -- The Staff H v 1 I h -M4 . . ., . S 45215 fflix X mls 1 J LWDQWW ULAX in DM 4-.' Qififl-' if 31 ' - XXX b.' N. E fs.. -'-' 1:1 - -iiffffff-2-1i",1Zg. ,. .. 2 . 'E121H?if'T!5:l-' "'f'r'ff: 1- 1. ' ' ,'.4 Q S ' -iw-F p 3 H4241 f ffx -Q f- ---X -'-' ,f N f ? 3 1' Q X. I . X A 1-ig ' T XS ' 1' 2 ! www X X -..W A --k.4-1. X.. 'xv ' .- -.. , ,-- '-4 X- X U:U2EE!bClQDVQlU QBUAAEFUZ ' PICTURE CLoft to right? -v u TCP: Mrs. Hazel Vickers, Miss Marjorie Moyer, Mrs. Edna- bel Miller, Miss Anne Juhl, Mrs. Mary Alma Wiles, Miss Agatha Palmer, Mrs. Bertha Hardy,Miss Lorraine Amundson, Miss Alice Blanchard, Miss Emila Hunt, A Mrs. Novello Bott. MIDDLE: Mr. Fred Cutler, Mr. Arthur McCanne, Mr. Phillip Mitchell, Mr. Clifford Chance, principal, Mr.Edwin Anderson, Mr. Max Henthorn, Mr. Franklin McGowan, Mr. Paul Hartman, Mr. Maxson Weide, Mr. Harvey Stewart, Mr. Herbert Tay, Mr. Hilliard Barnard. BOTTOM: Mrs. Mary Alice Parker, Mrs. Myrtle Davis, Miss Alice hlingaman, Miss Sarah Belle Hall, Mrs. Eliza- beth McGrew,Miss Phebe Sheldon,Mrs. Edith Holland, Mrs. Alice Bromley,Miss Emma Koenig,Mrs. Faye Maple strmmmimt' mcomv assumes PICTURE QLeft to rightj n Q STANDING: Eleanor Whitcomb, Audrey Harbottle, Don Colburn John Lagioe, Ken Carpenter, Mae Whitner, Jackie Lusk, June Spoon. SEATED: Marie Kennedy,Mrs.Mary Alice Parher,Frank Wilson, Georgina Holstrom, Conchita Lopez. The Student Body Cabinet of Fremont Junior High School is the governing body of the school. It is composed of a pres- ident, a secretary, and ten commissioners. The group meets every other week so that the commissioners may bring before the Cabinet any problems to be discussed. The members are selected by an election held at the end of the preceding year. For 1945-1944, however, on account of the unexpected removal of the tenth grade to the Junior college, elections had to be held September l7 to fill the vacancies left in the Cab Frank Wilson ---- Georgine Holstro Ken Carpenter--- Marie Kennedy--- Jackie Lusk ----- Mae Whither ----- Don Colburn ----- Audrey Harbottle June Spoon ------ John Lagioe ----- Conchita Lopez-- Eleanor Whitcomb Mrs. Mary Alice Parker Cabinet. Each member sponsor. WSTGI IH ...- ...- inet. Membe --President Secretary Commissioner -Commissioner --Commissioner --Commissioner Commissioner Coimissioner --Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner rs chosen in September of Boys' Welfare Girls' Welfare Citizenship Entertainment Safety Finance Girls' Athletics of of of of of of of Boys' Athletics of Publicity of Junior Red Cross is the sponsor of the Student Body of the Cabin et also has a faculty .E 1 2 X MN 'Q N ' f , V E -il. QB P mf' 'U 3 , - me 51,m.,,.f51aff -it-6 .szulenf goofy 6aAinef K Sak? Ciommiadion 7 bs I ,X 'v 4. 6 2 'W v MEL' 1 Y : 4 Q BL Gfizehakila ana! jinance ommidaiona x ' - SBAXUZEEUV VLCDMWGUSSSEUCDRI PICTURE Uieft to rightl: TCP ROW: Charles Harris, Roland Reiss, Joe Betz, Eddie Kearney, Bill Harbottle, Louie Perez. MIDDLE: Eleanor Whitcomb, John Lagioe, Mae Whither, June Spoon, Ken Carpenter, Joyce Wiley, Jim - Clinton, Jackie Lusk. BOTTOM: ,Conchita Lopez, Audrey Harbottle, Mrs. Mary alice Parker, Don Colburn, Vivian Doyen, Frank Nilsen, Marie Kennedy, Georgine Holstrom,Joanne Wallace. The functions of the Safety Commission are to direct traffic and maintain order in thehalls and to sponsor safety education for the school. During the last quarter several members of the commission resigned and new mem- bers had to be appointed. The commisstner, Don Colburn, was elected by the stu- dent body. The commissioner and the sponsor, Mrs. Mary Alice Parker, appointed the other members of the commis- sion. I NINTH GRADE MEMBE3S:Ken Carpentopryin'Clint0nfLb,yVi51an Doyen CSec. Q , Audrey harbottle, Ceorgine Iiolstrom, Marie Kennedy, John Lagioe, Conchita Lopez, Louie Perez, June Spoon, Eleanor Whitcomb, Mae Nhitnor, Frank Wilson, Bill Harbottle, Joe Betz. EIGHTH GRADE MEMBERS: Kathryn Stone, Phillip Argo, Al- bert Sanbrano, Charles Harris, Ed Kearney, Joanne Wallace, Patsy Wilson, Dorlis Steidley. . -' u"'f1fKf5lYi,lYfNif-H We I fl S--f""' I free, lx and X .5 f . 9' N o " as Aff? A " e' Ef'?'3fa42f.Qfr . N95-'LQ-4t:.j-125 'S'-' vw 'g-.,. :fb-"' ITUNAIQICIE SR ClfUUU7lEElQ!S5U'IUU5 PICTURE QLeft to rightjz TOP ROW: Fred Hollingsworth, Raleigh Everett, Joe Betz, John Dark. MIDDLE: Mrs. Hazel Vickers, Betty Ann Sellborg, Connie Madden, Miss Emma Koenig. BOTTOM: Louise Powell, Joanne Wallace, Audrey Har- bottle, Jackie Lusk, Pat Glynn. K A N QE ISI lr UZUIQIARJGZE CECDMXMXUSSEUGDISI The purpose of the Finance Commission is to have stu- dent representatives from each grade tahe charge of student finance. The members are selected by the Treasurer, Audrey Har- bottle, and the sponsor, Mrs. Hazel Vickers. Membens have to make good grades, have' good personalities, and be efficient. The members are: Ninth Grade: Audrey Harbottle Joe Betz Louise Powell Eighth Grade: Joanne Wallace Raleigh Everett Seventh Grade:Connie Madden Fred hollingsworth The chief services of the year were: selling of student body tickets at the beginning of school, being in charge of ticket sales for the UJunior Revue,Ugiving re- funds on locker keys at the end of the year, checking student body cards at pay assemblies, being in charge of locker fines. cturszzttmss-mtv cessmussuen Since training for citizenship is of first importance in any educational program, the Citizenship Commission aims to stimulate, direct, and supervise the conduct of each Fremont student. The Commission is comprised of the Finance Commissioner, Jackie Lusk, and two representatives from each class. The commissioner is elected by ballot in the annual election and in turn selects the members of the commission on the basis of excellency in scholarship. Aembership for 1943- 1944 was: g E NIQTH GRADE: Jackie Lusk '- M Eeverly Nielson g'g gf: EIGHTH GRADE: Ed Scott 1'i-' 5 "'.,5 ti Patricia Glynn ,-L ..., ,,i ,,,.,, SEVENTH GRADE: John Dark 023 QQ? Z Eetty A.Se-llberg TQ O O O O 0 Cl Sponsors were Mrs. Fern feet i o 'i t' Einzgn Madsen, first senester,and Miss Emma Koenig, second,f7X -dlgf 1XjQQ' - N---fn semester. LLQ.1i 1-'. A'1:' 'gfLf:XQQ?s5V, 'i", 5LqgS,fEV 'wt ,.,. ffifdl .A.. 'apr ""-.- 2tww:ww,Jr'hvw4- This year the Commission has made a careful check of citizenship records and has notified each candidate as to his status each quarter. The Commission is proud to state that no commission members or officers were disqualified because of demerits. p CEUUQIILSSQ YX7'EEIllQIi4MDEE QCDMMUSSSUCIDISI Welfare Commission is to make Fremont girls feel at home in their school, to xgiymm welcome new girls, and to geTT?twQ provide entertainment for ifi fig? . .h x ,- all girls. Q9 Qymrdy Every year it is the Com- qgesf mission's duty and privilege !if?f to sponsor the Mother-Daugh- ,4,f,gEx ter Banquet, as well as to ff"'kQuJjhn WW'rR1 give teas for girls of the YP gjjj J ig, different grades and their ,f XXQqjf fp! mothers. 1 2 ,qw W!,f'uJ Marie Kennedy was the Som- f If ,KQPMV ffXj7jN missioner this Hear. Miss K RfHf'?iLE'9' ,e13f5FQf! Marjorie Hoyer was the fac- - hw! fkf X,.fQ,31jjfij ulty sponsor. Members of the K- f Tlg',L, QlfgfRi Wye' Commission were: X'l' QQQQG Q 'yi- ' 9 NINTH eaaoaasz Georgine flcga we rep: A Holstrom,Marcia Angus,Marie Kennedy, Audrey Harbottle. EIGHTH GRADER3: Delores Heaney, Joanne Wallace, Dorlis Steidley, Bonnie Whitcomb. SEVENTH GRASS. Patty Lehman, Lucille Gouvillon,LeeCra Matthews, Blanche Brazel. The chief events of 1943-1944 were: September 24 -- TAG DAY October 29 -- Seventh Grade tea March lO -- Eighth Grade tea April 21 -- MOTHER-DAUGHTER BAMQUET May l9 -- Ninth Grade tea. "T: - - ' 'x UBCDVS Wh U, FFAXUQH Q, GEMM U SSSUCDR1 The duties of the Boys' Welfare Commission ,-U-M-Nw are just what the name implies. They are to lOFP1CEf see that the new boys in the school get ---'--- -we acquainted quickly, and that the boys in gen- leral keep a high moral standard. I 3 The l945-1944 Conmission was made up of Ken Carpenter, connissioner, and five other nenbers: Joe Dickerson, Warren Mattox, Don fgg552..1 Eolstrom, Bill Harbottle, Earle Murie. The Q Samet 3 sponsor was Mr. P. T. Mitchell. Wwgglnglw Highlights of this year's work are: October 8 -- Fire Prevention Assembly Iovember 9 -- Water Safety Assembly February 9 -- Speaker:HHow Important Is Two-Fifths of a Second?H -------- April 21 -- Speaker: Importance of Safety 'ii' ' ' may 5 -- FATHER-SCH BANQUET me ensues oofvmm somone Th pres e purpose of the Junior Re sed in the words of our pl d Cross can best be Sf edge: HWe believe in service for others, for our com- munity, and our school, in health of mind and body to fit us for greater service, and for better human relations thr have joined the American help achieve its aims by w members everywhere in our l945el944 members of the Juni were: Eleanor Whitcomb 9 the world. We Red Cross to together with other lands.n oughout Junior' orking own and or Red Cross Commission Commissioner Foggy Cooter Cherie Hart Bob Dickinson Len Ora Matthews Bonnie Whitcomb Fran? Ojeda Tillman Long Sh.r3ey Aria Elbert Cooter Charles Strona Lidia Quijas Patty Lolnan Tilton Smith Wave Lee Catalina Guevara Fred Westphal Tob Fagsl Ethel Richardson Main events of the year's work were: October: Membership and Service Fund drive that netted 385.5E. Novemberzorganization of Civilian Defense Groups December:Gifts collected for soldiers at the Gfdu nance Gase Gifts for Christmas wrapped for soldiers in the hospital. X Q42 JC raised for Chinese Relief. Christmas assembly sponsored, with Mrs. SYF- lgany as guest speaker. March: Mar Fund Drive for National Red Cross raised Q29-45. May: A fleet entered in the Memorial Day parade, Miss Alice Klinasnan, sponsor, wants the student body to know that 'the Junior Red Gross appreciates the work done by students and teachers in our Civi- lien Defense 5roups.H XWEEELEFAAUQEE GVIDMMUSSJVIJIQS PICmUrU QLeft to rlghtl TLP WOW Downie olsufem, Joe DlCK8 pon, 3111 Harbottle, Jmlreu Mathew, nee Ora natlhex IDDL lenche 'reAe1, JO1Dle NhltC HD,dOH11G Wallace, Audrey fereottle, DOFllS DtGidlSf,N3lC13 Ano S ucllle UOUV17LOH, Deloxee ea1eJ,Eeuuy Leblen DOTWO1 Mies oyer, or Lue Olaifv Werie Aenned UQEUD VUDDSS lxD!b4X!b4kVlSSUCDN .L PI TU? CLe1t be mum: 1 P HCW Pabty Lelnen, ohlilej 1 18 va CHtlVSTBS, Wave Lee, L14 Qui1es, l6J Ncstpkal, Bob D10 x1LL"OL.L IDDL Cat llwa Guevefq,Pegg COOiS1,201Hl6 Jh1uCOmb, T1ltOH emlth, ilnky eooter, Leak CJeda 3OTmC1 Lee Cra wattleus, M155 M 1n,am n, Ghelle left, leenof Hlltcomb, Gherles DtLOD3,TlllMaH Lomb I f"N V. N .1 N. f 1-5 . . , J .L LJ : 'H H 1 1'-1 J- . ,-. , ' . ,- ' ' j . .L : ., . Co il in ' g 1 7g , 4 4 'EF , W' M' -1- ,. v F L - .1 " J- ' 'I S a "1 'vu 17' , .- f- - -,A 1. - ,.1 - .fl T.: 1 2 1 a. L3 ' 'J A -J l i L " KJ ' -5 1 - ff V: - rf .-, ' - ' ,- - L1 M ' .1 '. .L " u- 3 T - ' ri ' 'H . -, 'jj 1 , w J. J. , .., . .Li - -1. A v L ' J .Li Q i ' . 'uf ' -f . ,fr 4- -T .1 ., U - . : 1 . - . .. 'X 1 "' L- PL .1 N123 J. La xl-.L 5 LQCA: J , . ,,.., -7, --. . ' if ,, 1 Ken CarpenteL, Qeile gurls, Jr. nltCLGl . K . . ,' If . -XA yd H H -.- x KT T7 -0 ' fp . U J. ...I '- n ec 'wr J- 1 H--W K -:W-. -Q - . u . , A A ,L .. , 4.1 . . ., . , . 1 .2 - .. -P f - . ' '- 1 .J 1 - x ,J - , R L, ' -M H 1 V ' ls- " -.- 1 -A L.. 0 -5 1' "1 , ,,, ' .. , . .- . . ' 1. - J. . .Ui ' Il: - Ch . x.. Ou ' :' ly 1 'I " L ' , ' . rf-.. ' . 'Q' . .. fi 1 fm., . - L .: .4 L hui 0 1 , jlr. 'if' W '.," frj ' . ,.f . ,-,. , Q' J' J. M v ' -' ..-' -1 ' - .1. D' ca. ' . 4 I. . 5.7 Q: , 1 , -'v .m, A f - ., ,., ., 'T ..: .. - - f u 'till' 'fF??'f 'gf- Q-In 'I -fs' awk: .ol . f FQ I, 5'-.L . 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Shirley Lill, Mae Whitner,Mrs. Ednabel Miller, Louise Powell, Joanne Wallace. QUUQELSBQ AXUUWIVEUUQ QUUMMUQESUQDRI 1 PIGTURE QLeft to rightjz TOP ROW: SECCND: BOTTGM: Ruth Denille, Mary Manzanares, Donnie Wniteomb, Donna Dunlap, Joyce Earns, Marcia Angus, Eleanor Whitconb, Joyce Gastleberg, Gloria Castleberg. Delores Eeaney, June Spoon, Ars. Mary Alma Wiles, Georgine Holstrom, Earlene Edgar. fl Z ,ibn L.. I A W FL 1 Lil Z-a. fy, L U Sv U Lt E IQ U' 49 S if E4 LT Ai U' FH Ui U X -r 1 X UDUJUBIPU CIQUUV Q CDMAXiUSi5U'LDl1tI X I I f f 1 7 I The Publicity Conunissi 'n operates 'q5f4D ax both as a commission and as a newspaper staff. Public relations and out-of- -0 A school publicity were handled this year ., by Goncnita Lopez,Publicity Cozznzission- Sggfbsg M' er. Heading the Bulldog Staff was Par, Roland Reiss, Managing Editor. Sponsors were Miss Sarah Belle E-iall and Miss 't'- nggatlga Palmer. ' nw 6 .-I-c..ibers'i'1.ip on the staff is entirely voluntary. The regular staff was made up of the following students: Bob Dickinson,2usiness Manager,Eetty Stevens, Lucille Mufer, Peg Kcniston,Juns Spoon, Jin Deeming,Pkillip Argo, Ecvsrly Nu3ent,nrlene Peck, Mae Nbitnsr,Tilton Smith, Jeanette Long, Norman Patrick, Betty Lou Ubitcburon, Viola Gray, Don Soden Edwina Grant, and Gloria Payton. In the p-oduction of the annual, the regular staff of twenty members was aided by two ninth graders, Jim Clin- ton and Richard Clinic, and by Miss Hall's sixth period ninth grade English class. The purpose of tle Bulldog Staff is to publish biweek- ly the BULLDOG, the school paper, and to produce the ans nual at tho endnof tho year. -31 HS ' frilfxxw 5' ' -...Iv 'N - - :I:. -:ada -.1:"f , .3 . 0 News !f5F -:2'g,ii':f:sf1 sk, :taxi-'5 ' ' J ,wwwnww- N wen + . X .-..oA'f..f -l-. I 3-. ,U I- 4 .,,' ,, 5 A s 'hz tn . 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A ,r . Q V 1 A 1,1 .C 5 . A , V, - I' -2 -. ' la' I 1' ,fef Q. ,Ziff ff ff! 1 iQg?1 Nxf I ,numb Cfi:E:!v xx o ILHQSPRA 'H I KN mmmw My X ku Q ff' J Hr yuan all IVV cf M1134 h" Never ,.JJ J, g lf' CEUUQHS9 A5UU'1UlEUUCE CIDTJDMMXUSSSUGDN Wx, The Girls' Athletic Commission con- trols the Fremont Girls' Sports Pro- gram. Every girl is invited to par- ticipat honors a 4 letter are earn A I f'I I .- be girls earn athletic ocording to a point system. is awarded when SOO points ed.Tho first chevron is added fggikj when lOCO points are attained, Second CfbHj C' and third chevrons are added for l25O Eggs and 1500 points, 4 star is awarded as Qdai the highest honor. Ing This year tournasents have been gnxxu played off both with class teams and ff! , after- school teams in volleyball, .ukisqn Q9 speedball, basketball, and baseball. Under tic suocrvision of Ars. M.A. Iiles,tLe Girls' Athletics Commission sponsored a potluck dinner for the girls and their Mothers, a basketball and baseball play day wit? the girls of Emerson Junior High 5chool,a miscellaneous play day,and an assembly pro gran. The Girls' Athletics Commission stresses good spor s manship, dependability, honesty, and a clean mind in a clean body. so . fs, USGDVSB AXUEMEUUCII ..tl,ilDMWiUS3i5UCDlQl fl 'HJ The purpose of the Boys' Athletics , Gomnissigner is to prodote interest in Q3 athletics in school,work with the spon- ff sor on game schedules, arrange for pep rallies, arrange for decorating goal posts, be in crargc of publicity for boys' athletics, and to work with the sponsor on the matter of awarding let- ,Qing tors for eToot'oall, baseball, and track.. I mTbo only nenber og the commission is N.mZfEi9 NgwyAw9 tts commissioner. ibis year Jonn Lagioe mm, film served in this capacity. Jr. Fred sQji31Uhf335,i1f'-NN Cutler is tis SQOHSOF4 7 1 'x ,. g ,L I , ,.-- ,f ff I, 'x ff ,,. XX H "'1' B 1 Q A: a "553j:, hNqG3,.f ' ,f . f' . 3, ,q,,,.? I, If' I ,f 1 I, . fx ,- ' x xxx 1 ' xx x RJ' I x.JX-7 Y-2 f ' ' T 1 1' If I X 5 XXX xx XL x X X X ,I F X-xx X WN . I , 1, I x I cite- f. '-yJ -' ,1 ff Q Tfmflx ' j ks. ffrf-'x'1'xZ'f h' XC "f,'g5?f'1 4 v1?,g.- Q' ,f ,ffgvsf 'PML' 9' jj: fgfyfxlf'--' A 4' X lf, g g:3f'Q'f'7'5-' .. x ui 'X i ff-:Af ' 5flvl':'I1MW,,X T ' v,Uf -swafr-23 ' QQ 191 ' T 4 x' S' :hz .E -xxx Q , Lf WF NNN U li "P DAVD VE U U 2 l- L1 K-Jig .-x At the first of this year the Ninth Grade were rather surprised to find themselves the top class at Fremont. The previous spring the school had elected school offi- cers fron the class that would be tenth grade this year. Since the tenth graders were sent to the junior college, the first two weeks of September were spent nominating and electing ofiicers and getting various commissions together. The commissioners were selected from the Ninth Grade. The class were not prepared for this sudden change and the great responsibility of leadership, and it took a while for then to start running smoothly. Credit should go to the ninth Grade for adjusting themselves to their new routine and shouldering the re- sponsibility of student povernnent. at the first of the year they were eager to assume tie honor and the glory of their new position as top class of frenont. However,since they lacked preparation for the great responsibility that this new position brought then, affairs did not go so sgoothly as everyone had hoped and expected they would. It was not until the third quarter that responsible Ninth Grade leaders had matured enough to realize that their past administration had been lacking in effectiveness. Working in coniittees, wiich were aided by Mrs.Parker,MES Juhl, and others, the ninth graders themselves inaugurat ed a program of better methods of control, with the re- sult that Irs ont is again approaching the high standard of democratic self-government for which it has so long been known. F T X x In April, the Ninth Grade formed a Class Cabinet, which included Joe Eetz, president of Ninth Grade, and a representative from each of the five ninth guidance groups: Cherie Hart, Earle Nugent, Roland Reiss,France Guzman, Hugh Hunt. After the Cabinet was organized, it made plans for graduation exercises, and set dates for the social events attendant upon the graduation. The activities honoring the graduating class were chosen from a list of possible social functions. The choices were a banquet on June 2, in the school cafeteria, and a pic- nic on June 8, at Washington Park. Graduation exercises,attondod in graduation gown,waw held on Friday evening, June 9, in Fremont Junior High School Auditorium. X' 1 'rkgv x , x fvz pq C' M 'Q 1. Z1 NJ I! Q Q9 I X K- K . -. lf if M EV "MTN-fr-fs 'r f" X N ' if j X ,r "N ', NMA EN-x' -'x I' f w A, 'X X if-N. ffLs,' 4! f'4f l x 'X WQW'?N f 1 S W -.Alfxx 1 xx . ix af, ' Yi ix A, gk I , Ria, "X n .Lx ,KX ,I K ,'v,a,A,W.f! -Nxxxgl-hx, XXX HI .x Y X ,W X l kr . ML S NUIQIUU C1 UPAMDEE IICTJQ Left to llvhu 3CllC1 S'C ND THIRD FIU' U TOr QCv ACW Dorothy oaollnsly V lU7Hld wal e Lamar JOHk1uS, lll lalvottl a le fJ1lS, Drank Wllson, fl1lV Cooker len Calpemter, voo Qalpl oofa1nS,5of Re1na,Robelo lofales, Mlce oarloe o, wolaad eLf Jln C1lHtOd,DOH oolburn, Gene lo enzle, Join Qlslop, Wayne nle1tz,Bob Payton Douall roebel Ken1etb lruee, Duane T11 ,Weooe Jonee,Jolnqe n1JLS, 1ul1CJ Haloottle, Dolotlv Dlcklnsou, Geol 11e lol GTO1, elorla Daebl berg, Vlvlan Doyen, Arlene Deo , q1lL3 A1ant,1ary uernan dez fern ?uJent, tlel BlChaldSOH arlene bOlfllD,,QGVGWlj S1mpson,Dawn .lan 3011,MmlCld unbu ,David Ma well,aarl Nugent, dunk unt, Calloe Cen1oeroe,Qt Qley Slnuson, Loule Pelez, Nllma Crandall, LOulSG Powell, Gonoklta Looez, Pee A ll ton, Mae WbluDGF, Uaeklf Luox, June Soool, Lacllle uuler, Yolanda aueeada, CO1oh lo Ulfua, Joe Betz, uoknuy Jacoosen, Earolu v1l"a1s Iowald Stone, Gene onlol, Loule aFl6H'ClG3 Janes Pen1Ld,Lony breemao, Uolnloll1n.eworth lellmo 'alllnetLl, nurllebt DOW1o,D3Vld en HGtt,f1llldm Val1eroy,Rlohard Gl1m1e,C btono lea elaox, James Claancl,aIle LOUlb 3ZZ3I1Hl Place Lavare, e Clem, Iall n leanol Nh1Uoomb,1ae W uso1,D Jer J h arles Stlll Lowe, elly, Lawrence lenpe, Joln mbwoe, Lalbara Ong, uojoe N1lGy, Inez Oweue, etey boeveoe, 3118 leanody, Lally NoDLf ee, QlCfH1d Lowell, Tu ene ull rwt ,lllly Dell,raul AIHSLTOHQ, +ran. 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JN. x f L, ,.- A JM, N P L EEUfDll'1UU'1 CE1UDAMJfE PICTURE CLeft to rightj: BOTTOM ROW: Erlinda Rizo, Elsie Marquez, Concepcion Lopez Theresa Sanchez, Mary Rico, Delia Aramhula, Isabel Baltierra, Alvin Lattinore, Howard Evans, Bob Nagel, Raymond Ayala,Arthur Reeder,Johnny Pivac,Joe Fernandez, Carl Dickinson, Johnny Cabrera, Fred Westphal, Jerry Sandlin, Janes Matthews, Cecil Cleland,Jach Hall,Lidia Quejas, Simone Cabrera, Joanne Worthing. SECOND:LornaShields,Emmajear Basinger,MaryOrosco,Beo1a5oyd Dominga Cahrera,Carmen Castro, Delores Heeney,Darlsne Smith, Joanne Simpson, Wanda Bright, Peggy Santa, Charlene Colvin,.Mary Fee, Mignon Ridenger,MarieCastro Eva Cntiveras, Charles Harris, Phyllis Smith,Roy De- Forest, Sadie Trobee,Raynond Thomas,Vida Faye Aldridge Dale Burns,Margcry Mathis,Bichard Treat,Arthur Garcia, Ines Andrade, Donald Keith, David McMullen, Margaret Mason, Alrred Shearer, Donald Lacey, Beverly Cranbrd Mary Powers, Gerald, Spotswood, Ted Crosby,Leonard hdwards, Candelaria Mendez, Consuelo Velasco, Phyllis Tefft, Raymia Johnson. THIRD: Georgia Crawford, Betty Helgeson, Charlene Potts Verla Elmore, Lorraine Lazenby,Bsther Nixon,Barbara Cass, Patsy Wilson, Margaret Stites, Bonnie Whitcomb, Beatrice Hull, Charlotte Sanchez, Meredith Purcell, Patricia Derrick, Frieda Crowell, Frances Grady, Joyce Long, Marjorie Payne, Bill Penton, Raleigh Everett Ted.Peterson,Louvette Waddle, Clifford Steward,Rexene Whitener,Dorlis Steidley,Eileen Carls,ludrey Jacobsen, Martha Famas, albert-Westbrook, Don Zane, Bill Heaton, Marilyn Banta, T . FOURTH: Carol Worthington,Mary Perez, Louie Bench, Billy FI? Buis, Marcheta Lyon, Kathryn Stone, Ruth DeMille, Mar- gery Tinsley, Glenna Boyd, Janice Garhe, Anna King Lois McKenzie, frances Carraher, Cleora Bott, Jo Ellen Bale, Islay Mae Hein, Shirley Bell, Joanne Caldwell, Florene Puster, Barbara Tolle, Joanne Wallace, Mar- jorie opencer, Bob Singleton, Phillip Argo, Eddie Kearney, Florentine Rodriguez, Raylene Scott, Gesche Kruse. - TH:3fren Ojeda,Frank Diez,Shir1ey Raburn,ShirleneStein- berg,Joe,Ann Cole,Pat Glynn,Wava Lee,Eloise Gilbertson Margaret Wolfe Earlene Edgar, Joyce Karns,Bob Sommers, Jack Dempsey,Ke:ny Johnson,Joe Dichersn,Burton Arant, Rosario Gutierrez,, Ivan Woods, Warren Maddox, Bobby Brown, Henry Baltierra, ward Newell, Donald Barton, Fred Thompson, Henry Gonzales, Victor Perez. TOP RCW: Raymond Nabarette, Cqnaeio Perez, Eddie Lopez, Pete Hernandez, Joe Qnriquez, albert Sanhrano, John Trujillo,Edwin Hanney,Gerald Roza,Hcward Sands,Charles Hicks, Donald Tennant, Gene Lee,Ray Jones,Ralph Brown, Tillman Long, Wallace Adams, C.J. Alexander, Charles Dalrymple, Bob Stover, Glenn Bosch, James Alderson, Everett Ayala, ,Bill Guest, Elvey Black,Kenneth Potts Bernard Trejo, Carlos Barela, Clifford Jeffries. X I 1 I Q ! 'I 1 Left to EOTTU SECGL SLE 'XY Fi 'U Ur! CEUDAXUD EE Lui :CC .V I rigbtjz Royden Eanpton, Grant Titsworth, Joy Malone, Gloria Payton,Jim Deemin3,Joe radilla, Ray Cntiveros Carrasco, Manuel Mendoza,Nina Gagliano,Marjorie Ralph White, Patty Lehman, Crva Niley,Cenevieve Downs,Edsel Hood, Vernon Jobnson,Fred Crowell, Eric lanney,Ricbard Base, Jobn Hernandez, John Erainard, EenryParra,Lewis Salado. TD: Patricia Flamne, Shirley Aria, Shirley Mill,Cloria Contreras, Mary Ortiz, Dorothy Ruiz, Evelyn Guzman, Ainnie Duran, Antonia Hernandez, Maria Aendez, Helen Carroll, Joan frank, Betty Jean Higgins, Jo Little, Ruth C'Hrien,Jeanette Lon5,Edwina 3rant,Peggy Cooter, Betty Lou Wnitckurcb, Joann Eaker,Eetty Ann Sellberg, Donna Rickard, Lorraine Lyon, betty Ann Harper, Lee Ora Matthews, Connie Madden, Betty Powell, Lucille Couvillon, Joyce Ferguson, Loretta Schwartz, Janie Calcote, Joyce Castleberg, Esther Caudillo, Kellie F1 eonzales. TFIRD: Consuelo Lopez, Elaine Barkley,Arlene ?eaman,Elaine 7 7-1 .H lates, alvera Tarin, Vivian Taroya, Judith McCarson, Mary Lou Jenkins, Ramona Alvarran, Madeline Garcia, Dolores Monrov Elancne Trazel, Donna Dunlap, Mary Ellen Barbara Shields, Lora Lee Hell Joanne Jfoiwua Catali 'Angeli -J S Burns, Dorothy Flair, Lois Rickard, Cleo Keith, ingsworth, Verna Baker, Lleitz, Irene Van Scboonhoven, Eladys Lavars, fenry, ,-', Verna Boyd, Dori el, Martin Bracamonte, s Jones, James Wilson, na Guevara, Carmen Cardi ta Gampos,WRuth Ramirez. FOURTH: John Clark, Herbert Dieses, FIFTE BACK Mae Ho Virginia eoraon, eeneva Morse Raymond Famas, Della driguez, Henrietta Ayala, Ascension Juarez, '1 A rn , Jessie Egrnett, Alys P ll Maxine Tucker,3etty ilexander,Evelyn Lottridge, Ju , Edna A Jo Cl Hunt, Wanda Rodri 1.1 Gilber Y 1 " . , 11 ri5LJ.'i3 Shelby Turner arsball, Debby Jean Turpin, Viola Gray, Bonnie N Eleanor hatcliff,Joan Vigil,Rennette Slagle, , Jean Sands, Manuel venger, Teverly Iugent, helen Mounsey, Margarita Diericb, Esther Wright guez, Jerry Cunningban, Wayne Brown, Don Nice, t Eusb, Jesse Castro, Robert Gilmore. ello Perez, Eugene Rosa, Gerald Soderberg, Bob , Norman Eatrick, Dick Netz, Harold Reed, Bob , Robert Lesley, Mary Lanzanares, Mary Lee .L F1 1 1 1 Basinger, Riclard Aria, Bob beaten, iedoy tasn, Pete Maldonado,Don Holstrom,Don soden, Roy Herring,Cbarles O'Erien, Charles Diaz,David Marquez,Lawrenoe Cuellar, Fred H ollingsworth, Kenneth Darnard, Wallace Dalton, Dick Collins, Lee Enderly, Toney Davis. RCN: Abrego Printz Everet Gutier Tommy Wilson, Ralph omitb,Dean oingleton,Efraim , David Riddell, John Dark, Bill May, Robert ,Holmes Helson, Jack Eunsaker, San Firestone, t Schmidt, Frank Doyen, Phillip Montoya, Manuel rez, Robert Ortega, Frank Cjeda, Eenry Cabrera, 'I Ray bailey, Wilford Wilson, Gerala Stanley, Truman Cude, Bill Reynolds, Norman frown, Cob Dickinson,Noel Hart, Dick Foggins, Jimmie Meadows, Leroy Carel, Bob Lewis,Steven Manzanares,Eaynond Printz, Melvin Hogsett Dan Landon, Clif?ord Vaughn, Harold Taylor,3ddie Mar- sball, Bob Cleveland, Bill Towe, Carmen Juarez, Arlin Jeffries, Eliseo Rodriguezf ' -15?-4 " v",' - ' wa 1,9---..Q..., Wu..gfwSmE- 1- I Q K I nf , , 9 , '43 " , -Hx! " A .... ' ,mf sin. -1 1'-il. 1 'Lain 7 a H .J I UD I p-1 II Qi '1 Ld or Cz... "'7 xx 14 "' f v f 3 1 Q, 5 ui + D 4 1 Q' A. - . v A, G, 5 ' "2- R13 5, '. if ,. '4 . fig , A, v , , . 1 -. - ' 5""i- Q 'NNI ' ,f 71 ,B A? P .E A , U , ii S 'ff 97 ttttkii' A X F , . - 1 pp- : A W, .1 1: ,I 4' va. 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Iii QD U it dt"U'UUi M AN USE ACF XXEUPQ1 ,J ,Ai a '.. 3' The crowning proof of Fremont's cooperation with the Pomona Schools at War Program in the Fourth Warlpai Drive came when our MinutefMan flag was so proudly rais- ed on February 25. To fanfare from the Bulldog Band and the twirling of the batons of the drum majorettes, the student body and faculty gathered around the flagpole for an impressive flag-raising ceremony. The picture on guests and school E. Avery Gray is officer of the Sc fornia War Financ in the center gro Treasury Departne director of Fone vice-president of James B. Pettitg School color guar .L .L th o a ho e UP nt na e opposite page features distinguished fficers present for the occasion. Hr. t the microphone. He is the liaison els at War Department, Southern Gali- Gommittee. Before bin, left to right, are: Mr. Harry Buchanan, specialist, ,Wasnington, D.C.jMF. Johnston Walker, Junior Gollegeg Mr. E. Page Hubble, Home Builders' Loan nssociationg Mayor di 'orlis fteidley, ont unior High o l' c ' l Fren"' J"' ' ,'n Mr. George Ritter,president of Ecard of Educationg Mr. George Stone, cashier of FirstNational Bankg Mr. Roy Fryer, general chairman, Pomona War Finance Coqnitteeg gudrey Harbottle, treasurer of Fremont Junior High Scroolg Georgine Hglstrom, secretary of Frenont Ju- nior Hign Scnoolg Er. Paul D. Walker, executive vice president of Fomona First Federal Saving and Loan Associ- atidng Frank Wilson, president of Fremont Junior High School student bodyg Mr. Clifford Chance, principal of Fremont Junior High Schoolg Joanne Wallace, Fremont color guard. -x fx E U 4 PM el D M AX I? U an 6 ff' ' " TAN Lff' Ei If ff f X 'fA : 4 A 'TT' 17 'TT' "Lie L. avg xx Ls I sl 5 Wag QQLXLLM f 51 Jx.-1-I' 1.4,-Jr, I f-Q 8 9 15 l6 17 20 El 23 24 28 29 50 l 4 6 7 8 ll l2 li 14 18 20 21 22 26 27 -v-N CEAML EERIEDALD llQD4l3-UQDfCL4L SE?TEM3ER NOVEMBER Farewell, lOtn gradersl 4 Emerson hostess to Or, reck! first dey of girls' volleyball. school. But--look at 5 Girls' Atbeltic Asso- tiose lovely girlst cietion semi-annual ADAISSILN DAX. Holiday initiation and potluck Football begins today. lO Report card dey. Acc dues peid already. Armistice day assembly First assembly,-- --J.C. s cepel a cboir candidates introduced. Fremont wows Emerson, ELECTICF DAY. 20-l4g ssjorettes and Assembly: table tennis bend doing fine. champions. ll Armistice. Holiday. first Jebinet seating, l4 Qeginning of Book Week. First nesting BULLDOG. l5 Pomona Jar Crest Drive First fire drill. l8 Citrus beats Present, TAG DAY. 2C-O Girls' Sports organized. 24 Out For Thanksgiving- First Junior Red Cross meeting. First sir raid drill. DECQHBER War bond rally assembly Hi-Y organised. l Miss McAdem left. OCTOBER Miss Koenig came. 3 Dues paid yet? lf not, First drama club play: no assembly for you. HLucky Pennyu l2 China relief. First issue of BULLDOG. lo Girls' iles Assembly: First meeting of clubs. Christmas canteta. Girl Reserves organize, lT Out for Cbristnas First big football gene No school for two Sbino won, l8-O. weeks! Fire Prevention Week assembly. i 4 P.T.A. potluck supper 5 Back to school and go-to-school night. ll Fresont vs Qouite- Columbus Daygnc holioay T151 1 3346 each. Victory over Webb, l5 Fre ont cegers trounce sccinetion, Webb, 22-8. Fremont beat Emerson l4 50 students made the Score: 6-O. Honor goll. Asseibly: football pic- 21 Ars. Maison went to tures,rules,equipment, teecr at Li,b ,,-. school. Circus dayg out early. New teeciers: AR no Faculty picnic, Ganesra. Cowen and ers. 4cGrew. Safety Court. War information movie We won Uplanos gene, 24 Varsity players re- 27-12. special girls' regarding Red asseubly Cross 25 ceive football letters Merch of dimes .-ff 'J , , N h10"'V 1, L , fJ,L,J,f N h Q -LXR- S 9 15 l6 17 20 21 25 24 28 29 EO 1 4 6 7 8 ll 12 15 lb l8 20 21 22 26 27 CEAXELEENUDAAUQ T1QD-G3- SE?TEMBER Farewell Gr, heck school. tiose lo ADAISSIL Football 4oo dues First as . J' canuida 'T' TT""VT"" K?-T Cllr' 'U L LC V Assembly: , lOth graders! 1 First day of Eut--look at vely girls! N DAX. KO1iiay begins today. paid already. sembly,-- tes introduced. TDALET. .1.,,v, Q . .. - table tennis champions. First Sabinet nesting. Tirst nesting BULLDOG. First fire drill. TAS UAE. Girls' S First Ju meeting First ai War bono ports organized. nior Red Cross r raid drill. rally assembly Hi-1 organised. OCTO EER First drama club play: ll First is First me Girl Res First bi Lucky Pennyn . sue of BULLDGGQ eting of clubs. erves organize 3 football game Chino won, 18-Q ?ire Prevantion Week assembly P.T.A. p otlnck supper and go-to-school night 1 Columbus Victory accinat Fremont Score: Assenbly: tures,r Circus dayg out Faculty picnic, Daygno noliday over Webb. ion, beat Emerson 6-0. football pic- ules,equipment early Ganesra We won Uplands Safety Court. gase, 27-12. Special girls' assembly regarding Red Cross UCD-CL 4 -- 5-.. io -- ii -- 14 -- 15 18 -- 24 -- 1 -- 5 -- 12 -- lo -- 17 -- 5..- ii -- 13 -- ii -- 21 -- 221 .... 25 NOVEMBER Emerson hostess to girls' volleyball. Girls' Atbeltio Asso- ciation semi-annual initiation and potluck Report card day. Armistice day assembly f1 1 fi --J.o. a capelia croin Fremont wows Emerson, 22-145 najorettes and bans doing fine. Armistice. Holiday. Beginning of Book Week. Pomona Jar Chest Drive, oitrus beats Freuout, 26-C Out for Thanksgiving- DECQAEER Miss Mcsdam left. Miss Koenig cane. Dues paid yet? If not, no assembly for you. China relief. Girls' Zlee Assembly: Christmas cantata. Gut for Christmas No school for two weeksi Back to school Tremont vs Boiita- Tie: l gage sack. Freeont cagers trounce webs, 22-8. 50 students made the Honor goll. Ars. Maison went to teach at Liib school. New teaciersz an no Gowan and nrs. ncErew. War information movie Varsity players re- ceive football letters March of dimes FEBRUARY Karita Campfire Girls have overnight. Boy Scout Week begins. Safety Assenbly:HHow Important is 2X5 of a Second?n Valentinefs Day. Magician at assembly --Wendell Dyke al- most Hlostn an arm. Girls' and Boys' Else Zlubs and band gave Naslington Day as- sembly program. Minute-Man rlag pre- sented to our school Plans for BULLEOG an- nual inaugurated. Leap Year, girlsl MARCH Assembly. Fremont-Jierson dance. Hurryl hurryl get in your subscription to the annual. Where are you going? To the Rumnage Sale, of course. Another circus day. Out early. JUNIOR RSVUE -- a great success. Everybody all dressed up to have pictures taken for BULLDOG an- nual. Locker check-up. Out For Easter vacation APRIL Pan-American Week begins Shi Today's silent pass:nv ing day. MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET. National Public Schools Week begins School exhibit and pro- gram in the auditorium. Public Schools Week Assenbly . MAY ' Election assembly FATHERnSON.BANQUBT Alcott sixth graders U. visit Fremont' Washington sixth grad- ers visit Fremont ELEGTIGN DAY. Mother-daughter picnic for Glee Club Hamilton sixth graders visited qrenont.'y Kauffman sixth graders at ...i" renont. A 'V Music Tea Scholarship picnic 1 JUNE Ninth grade graduation banquet Ninth grade graduation picnic. Here's the day we have been waiting for. BULLDOG annual received --hunting autographs Graduation of Ninth Grade GGOD OLD VACATIOIL L- 4 Ullllflll UDCDF3 IBANUD The members of the 4? r' TU LDCG BAND are .:NER!"MfWf C-fvyn ieiirffrf' Jyxleixcted from the instrumental clssses , dugg-f'j7'NL,',,,p fcjlff' This years" :members were: d,,,,f'Alj..l fm 15311, fxyafajeg Alrierscn Marie Kennedy Ai:fxjfsjQfif',yQffXfF?hIllip Argo Tillman Long -ij-f K, smite sm-lent Dick tz V tb2f?' ff Joe Betz Norman Patrick ,'NXJc Ann Biggs Meredith Purcell ,,.. X 'f" Bobby Bird Louie Perez Bray Lloyd Reynolds -Q Donald Brown sob Schmidt Dsle Burns Tilton .Smith V' 5 Ken Carpenter Marjorie Spencer QQQM-Mm,-,mv Carlos Ceniceros Dorlis steidley Zhmvemiid e37jTr"r'H'N Don Colburn Charles Strone yFV'QywEy fQQXf'wi22p5geTed Crosby Jack Swede lm ya XWQIIZY "-"-'-'- a 'fr" "L" Joe Dickerson Barbers Tolls Lawrence Ramps Louvettc Nsddle Audrey Harbottle Joanne Nsllsce Charles harris Don Zsns Edward Kearney The director of the Bend is Mr. Mex Henthorn. During 1945-l944,the Eulldog Tend played for JEJOlf4 , footbsll genes, was feeturcd in the presentation of ,.q9 the Minute-Man flag, played for assemblies, and was fgf in one parade. , .. -sw f W LJI.. ng Wir !A LD!l4ul,L1l51 L U2 ,X ffl The Fremont Orchestra hes two , X objects: l. to teach students to f,U plsy string end wind instruments ,, fhw XX and 2. to develop e musical or- K jx ffl gsnizstion that will tslze part fx in the activities of the 2-1-J I' school. This year, the 3.-J? X, orchestra played for X J f, XXL' the Junior Revue, for jef , ity ' ,ji twc or three P.T.A. fT,O'f,'P :',f7 D programs, and in Qyxir J kj! - 5? '."f assemblies. lmmigg 159 My fyf "MWwW This year there "ig" In ff were five violin lg f K players, two sexo- M I? jff y phone players, two G?fHy :fD,y gi tll,i,Lm1LgE?, ,,,,,, clarinet players, i4Uy, f XXX Lg J N'f ""-' "-t ' 4? two trumpeters, fj fQ3jlq .A I t 25 two French horn ' P players , one " ' drummer,one trom- ,QQ bone player, one 3' 1271 cello plsyer,one - bass fiddle plsyer. J WWHUDGG BAND PICTUE CLef't,to rightjz V TCP RCW: Dale Burns, Ted Crosby,Tilton Smitn,Joe Betz, f Charles Strona, Audrey Harbottle, Dorlis Steidley Noiman Patrick, Louvette Naddle Tdward K , L earney. SECOND: Mr. Max Henthorn, James Alderson, Donald Brown, Dob Schmidt, Tillman Long, Ken Carpenter, Don Colburn, Bobby Bird, Parbara Tolle, Joanne Wal1ace,Jo Anne Biggs, Joe Dickerson, Dorothy Dickinson. THIRD: Louie Perez, Bill Heaton, Lawrence Hampe,Donald 7 -rf: . nans, marie Kennedy, David Bennett, Phillip Argo, Marjorie Spencer, Meredith Burcell, Lloyd Reynolds. KNEELING: Louise Powell, Wilma Crandall, Earlene Edgar. J. 9' JA . 1 l,x 1 1 ft ,. ' fZS.2i-35"' QQQWESUEA PICTURE CLeft no r ghtbz w ' TOP Row: Charles s penter, Eddie Kearney, Louise Powell. -, MIDDLE: Mri Max Henthorn, Marjorie Spencer, Phillip A' - T' 1 : " ' rgo, Lileen Carle, Raylene scott. BOTTGM: David Dennett, Jo Anne Biggs, Audrey Harbottle, Sadie Trobee, Margery Mathis, Earlene Edgar. 4FmmJg?WEJd3f+15ihvWmiW XX' ex ? QQN f-" , I v , X fqf'gi1H'r-Qian --..-,,,""'S, Kilim' ,,.o" 3 trona, Joe Betz, Don Colburn Ken Car- f Offhedff ff -an J 3 ll S 4 irgi, gde . 5-x lx! N.. l 12,1 26. r" ,svn W? -4 ,W .,,,, Le cm euhmifisg efimi-,tt it nee PICTURE CLeft to rightjz ' TCP ROW: Joyce Wicks, Frances GQZH3H,. Dorlis Steidley, . A Carol Wortrington, Esther hixon, Inez Owens, . Kathryn Stone, Mae Wtitner. Insert: hrs. Devis Lucille Hufcr, June Spoon, Peg Koniston, Patsy Wilson, Eoatrice Hull, Florene Puster, iildred Coons. MIDDLE: Petty Orem, Bethel Ely, Dorothy Snbrinsky, Dorothy Dickinson, Charlotte eenchez,Concepcion Lopez, Yolanda Qu-suda, Wave Lee, Rexene Whit- enor,Mery Fee, Joanne Sinpson, Joanne Caldwell, Dawn Flanagan, Conchita-Lop-2, Margaret Wolfe, Phyllis Tefft. ' BOTTCH: Eevcrly Nielson, Shirley Eell,Lorrsine Lazenby, Cleors Bott, Lois McKenzie,Edne Msrshell,Elean- or Ratcliff, Dorothy Ruiz, Arlene Beck, June Edgington, Charlene Modgling, nsrcie Angus. ' After months of unusually hard work, the Girls' Glee Club have finally' written a record of improvement and achievement. Having lost the graduating class of lest yenr and the present tenth grade from Fremont, the girls 'Prom the first worked under e handicap. However, pains- taking persistence 'has brought artistic production of vsong. . The girls have given twenty programs in the school and community. A trio of worthy mention is Margaret Wolfe, Dorothy Sehrinshy, and Beverly Nielson. Othen5 'who have served in tie sextet or es soloists are Lucille Nufer, Conchite Lopez, June Spoon, Bethel Ely, end Mae Whitner. Kathryn Stone and Margaret Wolfe have been vel- ushle end efficient sccompenists. 'On May l5 the Glen Club had e mother-dnunhter picnic at Ganesha Park, followed by n visit to Mrs. Psrker's charming Cape Cod house. On may l9, the girls sang at the Music Tee. A donation to the Red Gross closed the work of the club for this year. Q . LBGDVSE CIEIQLIIEE CIZILUJU3 PICTURE CLeft to rightjz ' d'TOP ROW: Bill Fenton, Henry Psrre, Wayne Kleitz. MIDDLE: Mr. nceowsn, Frank Wilson, Reese Jones,Carl Dickinson, Dick McCulloch. ' BOTTOM: Earle Murie William Velleroy, Phyllis Tefft, 5 Larry McDuffee, Donald Barton. U3 QDVY59 CEELUT if CEUIUEB all sott than tha Como in to t Sponsors Mr McGowan, and Mr Coleman: Th' Gleo Cluo favf fOUl pr1i,'mfnoof This year the Boys' Glee Club hardly had a chance to show their ability. No sooner would they get led down to some good work under one teacher t teacher would loavo and another would ako over tho sponsormhlt of the club. this year were Misa Moldon, Hrs Cummings, or isbn s ifofnh J, uurox t iiiootion o 11 Cuinln VlPtOF' osuomtly unlor tl dll ctw Q J McGowan, M Mirah and r Eonthorn C ndrogational Church orcgran, under th ulFoCf1uD of dr Cut11iOs he Senior Qoy's Qltrtct Jis M Ly o burn, Fran! Wilson, L rle uuiie, hon Cqrpci uqrtot sing 'oi Cir stain 9100 Q, ruoo ra' iyin t C wt r Son b nquot DCU UL.. had J A 1 "CE u fly. Jiuouition numbers DGQG Cut Thy 4 gh 'Tlo los ry , uiaor uirection o ur Coltnan. mheoe wore tworty thrcc m mbors. The ten ninth grade monbor wh: Ansel Bray, marle Murlo, Diol McCulloch, Larif hcDuffee, Roost Jones, Jack Swoedt Willium Villfxoy, Wayne hleitz, Gary Wood, fro K lson xfx x Vwflww fs f ,lx V Q iv' 5 for X- r-Y'-XY If ' X Xglfixljf xlrj A s XXXX ,ff -X X ff' MLW - . '1 . 'Cd W C, 3 " C ., """i"' 5.1 ,SZ ll" z' lf.. 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':'-C vi- ' u'gN ffqgn vilfgpxlm ,fmwalg ,trip ,f' 1 -1 'B ' J' J ' . f-7-EI" J' -h.wN ww Wrv -tim K bww f . wig Hi M N' ' . 'X 'xx ' N-M N 'x ' X., X .X . E, "x XX--, LN X' I 0, x N., f"4"" -M Q, X I, .4 .. . I. ,jan ---1 x I 'Hfi I I -I 'h U . ." ' 1 'U 'x 4"',f'- ' :'- , ' n Z' I' ' A I A 1' 4 ,fx A ' . ' ' lm-1--.w .. ' I ' , ll! n.. I -' If f , . I 1 1 Y' ? i -29, fi? 1 j i 15f7X?a9 7-'Z C-. fbi? X i BJJ A535 X55---A--li -21? ff! l J ww genial! A O 5 .X Q, F O -5f,,,.-v""""'-f-C,S' fig!! f'Ntg9?m' . LNfMx K 5? 2 iQ? v fj - A., fin ,1, 9 ff , ' 4 4 .. A f -f L- f 'Wiki L' ..-' f IQ JN' Umm M Qui MQ Tho purpose of the Drama Club is to give practice in acting and to grovido asseibly programs. The members are selected by tie sponsor, Mr. Tay, 15153 irgovts. The uombers this year were: NINTH GRA73 MEMQERS: Hollis G1llinstti,Goorginc Holstrom, Louise Powell, Floyd bmith, Zloznor Uhitcomb. EIGHTH GRADE MLHE3Rb: Jo Ellen Bale, Ruth Degillo, Bonnie Whitcomb, Pit Glynn, Dolores ioansy, Joanne Wallsoo,Jo1nno Worthing, Islay Mao Eoin, Donald Keith David McMullen. I oEVEnTd TRAU? MEHEERS: Betty Powell, E3FOld Reed, Rennettc Single, Bobby Jean ' Turpin. The sponsor was Mr. Her- ,RWM bert Tay. -' A ' . . Y "'j?'. bhort plays given lor as- Iggy' Q semblics were "Lucky Penny," x X ff "Fortune is st Cowboy," "The fl X71 ghost in the Green Gown," , X gy.. in ls ny :ie-d?' "W i ldcst Niilie,H HThe White Elejhent ingress weve- Comes Home," "Sylvis,'s Aunt? ,Z l 1 The most ambitious work of the Enema Club this year was the JUNIOR REVLE, given march 24. The Revue was something new in the way of school shows.. It combined singin , dancing, and acting, withxspecialty numbers between the acts. se. s ..is ,Ni D ' x "X -I I . . Q X Qtxj especially effective in s'nsyue " y were the costumes decorated with ,5 iff fluorescent paint, which glowed f 'J 'P izsfx beautifully under the ultra-i4i,Q,let , K sq, f iight. X-J f . L. -,, , ,iwwell-trained chorus gave some kZ,vd gdM,-llmqig' very'spectnculsr numbers: The Pep- . -iN' ' " I ' 1 .,.'l W bpermlnEXCsnuy Sticn number, the I u snowball sequence, tLe flower gar- " A R .mu den nunber, and the Army-navy ,I -T Q finale. I S . X" xl! xx fx f x ll - f I K XXX ff! XXNR f-'----- x : 14- -- -A """""'----4--N.---f- f ' ,I 1 : W N- ----- -N-Li X UAXMX U3 CEU FDU? The Stanp Club was organized last fall.Eech member had his own collection and continued to add to it. This year on account o? the war, members collected snericsn stsnp only. Many nembers collected the new issues as soon as the Post office offered then for sale. The sponsor was Hr. Hilliard Bernard. Members of the club were Larry McDuffee,Dsvid McMullen, Eric Penney. ELUVBIDAXVDV SUAKFL? 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' JT' 1 ' - 0 'X 1 - X I 1 ' N ' y I , Q J 1 ,, ... rn 3 L .a.. 4 -3? 1.3 - fi -L ,n 1 1 Y - - , . , ., I . M, A F n , 41.4 "' . A G 0 S -Ng . T C' L ' ' 3 -tl d :yr 'L-"1'T1 C' 'LU' -s '1 711 fn L ' cm 'u -wif:-fm, mf!-3 1 :' Q W' to ' onto the Q tc -- U2 fri lo 1 ' ' . - - '71 -, .- ' . . , - J. '- f. 'h- next Stf' ' tf 123. po 3tQ 11 ' - mo1t Ln the mid' 4'ur: 'FAH' .. 1'3E5 'i" O ,r ' QJ '- Yooy' in '2'ffo -WWA 'Uno ' - karf ' - Ls' 1 , tkoy get Arai us o' G vis. WSU y aw' nf - , -. - - -1 - , ,. , N.. ' . . I . . t XTS 5.1123 L .fl .' c. 1 . 213. in he-1 1 ' Cu 3 '-v'L1ouH3-1 ' 3.4 X oz b 'L ' L1 ' H Zh' ' 1 ' - - 1 al. ' 31 Az- 2 an ' 1 ' . ' A '1' I J. fa -I ' --1 '1 "' ' ' ' ' na' :L'l'WJo th' no 21'. PICTURE CLeft KDRAMMQT oU.lP to plenty- U . TOP ROW: Mr. Herbert Tay, sponsor. SEZOND: Nellie Gallinetti, Patricia Glynn, Louise Powell, - Dorlis Steidley. W THIRD: Bobbie Jean Turpin, Ruth Denille, Betty Powell, Donald Keith, Harold Reed. 4 .- FOURTH:, Eleanor Wnitcomb,Islay Mae Hein, Rennette Sleglo, A Patsy Wilson, Joe Dickerson, Tillman Long. BOTTOM: Delores Heaney, .Jo Ellen Bale, Joanne Wallace, - Bonnie Wnitcomb, Joanne Wortling, David McMullen. dKTD ' 1 WEQDKQUUQN THMW emo T nmuerwnw STIAIQVTEF PICTURE CLeft to rightjz , , T ,TOP ROW: Joanne Wallace, Dawn Flanagan, Allen Calcote, Albert wcsubroeu.' I - ' ' MIDDLE: Mrs. Bertha Hardy CLibrerimnJ, Kathryn Stone, Dorlis Stcidley, John Legioe, .Gene Smith, Mrs. Mary Alice Parker Csponsor,.Frojection Olubj BOTTOM: Mary Frances Grady, Eoverly Simpson, Laurel Strone, Jim.Olinton, Devii Qnxwell, Richard Olinie. Note: Girls--Library Staff 3oys+-Projection Club. E' I q,,,i ...O lmLn-, g gn? . W w n 2 awww, . it- M-..,-1 " - -M. . ,., . QW 4, ..,.f D x I 'Eff N, . . A. y I I J! , 'wax 'Wx Jw V Falna L fubf I Q-9-im 90, LLDUDF X-K F ff JK-,XX projecfion ana! olurary .SQ 1,A'..q,,-fn A DK .gclzofarakila 1 onor Wo!! .gfuzlenfa 194 , I 22 " A ,, ll 'w 1,1 1 X - x, , wr- .J H, 'f""'+-P-'--1-Y - ' ' V U sg 'M e -.i,,,,,, -1 'll Guigan meknde roulmi A tecfeanarsmmm crane K el G I L K7 4. . f SJ f"""vnw4i2j?gKu4fF5?ff?:5?ig:h k 2 1 y .M L ,r PICTURE ILeft to rightlz 5.1" ' TOP ROW: Helen Ruiz, Joanne Wallace, Margaret Wolfe. MIDDLE: Dcrlis Steidley, Gloria Castlcberg,Georgine , Holstrem, Kathryn Stone, Pat Nileon,Jim' Clinton, Raylene Soett, Florene Puster, Joanne Simpson, Lucille Couvillon. BOTTOM: Edwina Wrant, Herbert Dieses, Ruth Demille, Donald Holstrcm, berg, Pete Jaldo Eileen Carls, Joyce Castle- nado, Bonnie Whitcomb. The students on the Honor Roll are those who have all Ns, and R's in all subjects for the whole year, Each student takes six subjects. In previous years, citizenship grades have been considered,but this year the Honor R011 ie.based upon scholarship grades only. . CDUWUIIUARI UDUWEFEEISISIIE PICTURE! fLeft to rigntb TCP ROW: Elvcra Tarin,Margaret Stites,Virginia Gordon, JoyceQKarns,Joyce ander, Joyce F Eleanor Ratcliff, - ard, Mrs. Miller Long,alys Bull, Betty Alex- erguscn, Geneva Morse, Miss Sheldon, Miss Blanch- SECOND2 Reymia Johnson,Freda Crowell, Eva Ontiveras, Ines Andrade,Juditn AcCareen,Margaret Mason, Laura Lce.Hollings , Esther Nri5ht,Wand THIRD: Mae Ferguson, Mrs. Eeverly.Cranford, Jill, Shirley, Ari Eelia Arambula, Manzanares, Mary E Margarita Vigil, BOTTOM: Ralph Smith, Robe worth, Lucille Couvillon, a Diericb,Lee Ora Matthews iVickers, Miss Amundson. Mary Lee Powers, Shirley a, Irene Van scnoonhoven, Mary Lee Basinger, Mary llen Burns,Mary LouJenkins Miss Klinganan. rt Printz, Maxine Tucker, ,' Vida Faye Aldridge, Herbert Dieses, Gerald Spderberg. " Cx X C ..L.,-4 fl E .Mjf ,.. -l. X X cc. ...X 5 ..r-4 , , N Xi I '11 I ll .fP Rl! 'X I 1 rp 1.-lf :V L. X CEUWUEUAAN UDEEENSE JUNIOR RED CROSS Realizing that our country at wer needed the coopera- tion of all school chilircn, the American Junior Red Cross organisation of our school urged clubs to be formed to carry on civilian defense work. The following clubs or- ganized: sewing Club, Knitting Club, Quilting Club, Scrap- book Jlub. Herbert Dieses and Mr. Weide's first, fifth and sixth period classes worked to mshe ssh trays for soldiers in hospitals. SEWING CLUB The prupose of the Sewing Club was to make costumes for school productions and to iid th Red Cross. Membership wss voluntary on the part of girls in tbe home economic depart- ment and other girls interested in sewing. Hsin events of the your were: l. Making 100 fracture pillows and 200 pillowcsses for the Red Cross 2. Making costuies for the uJunior Revueu in Marci, The sponsor was M iss Lorraine Amundson. HFITTING CLUB gifwuw A nQ All members of the Knitting Club were QQQEJI Volunteers: t ink-mggg :stty Jean Alexander lLf'ZgXx Mary Ellen Eurns ??Qg X Margaret Jason QQgE Mm: i ne Tuclaic r j Lucille Couvillon Z0iggQ4g Lora Lee Hollingsworth iggfggs Mes Ferguson ' " ' The sponsors were Nrs.Huzel Vickers, and mrs. Ednsbel Miller. ffygg A as The girls knitted 576 six-inch squsresfQ3Q27 gi? Sis this year,--enough to make six efghsns XXXL' til fi for thc soldiers. QUILTING CLUB The purpose of the Quilting Club, sponsored by Miss Phebe Sheldon, was to msho quilts for babies without homes and for soldiers overseas. Any girl wis eligible to this club. This yesr's members were send: Uiorich, Judith icC1rson, Charlotte Sanchez, Gloria Peyton, sau ievcrly Nugent. The girls mide ten baby quilts and two soldiers' quilts. SCRAPBCOK CLUB At thc close of the year only two sctivs members were in the Scrapbook Club: Margarita Vigil and Vids Feye Aldridge. The sponsor of this club was hiss Alice Blanchard. CBUCDEL UQEES UQWEES The Girl Reserves is an organization affiliated with the . W. C.A. All ninth W grade girls are eligible to become net- QT x bers. Their slogan is "To face life y C455 squarely," and their purpose is "To ,. ii, find and give the best.H QQ?ru The sponsors this year were Miss Q5 Agatha Psimsr and ings sarsnssiie Hall. , Miss Dorothy Mcsdsm, another sponsor, Zgg, left November l. QT5 The members were: Wilma Crandall, , U 8 president, Arlene Beck,vice-president, ,gQQfMQY,LkK Lucille I-Iufer, secretary, Audrey Her- fQff'iifYX, bottle, treasurer, Fern Nugent, pub- 'WET W ' licity chairmen, Jo Ann Biggs, Dorothy Dickinson, Harriett Downs,Nellie Galli- nctti, Louise E-swell, Ruth zopff, and Q, J Lawson, gguest-member. ' Memorable events of the yesr's activities were: Cctebor l5 -- Organization of Fremont Girl Reserves. October -N Eotluck and swim at the Y. November l -- Miss Hcsdam left, Miss Hall became co4sponsor. Mid-November-- Talks on dnte etiquette by Miss Juhl. January le -- iccognition service. January 28 -- Boy-Girl Dex Luncf and Dance at Y. Merch 8 -- Girl Reserve Conference fDistrictJ st Sdn Dcrnsrdino. March 21 -- All-city Y party rt Y. Merch Bl -- April fools' party at Y--entertaining Emerson Girl Reserves EFUDIQEMGDINU Uilfl-V The Hi-Y is affiliated with the Y.M.C.A. The Fremont Hi-Y get off to s late start this year. Applications were passed out and fifteen boys ettendedi the first meeting. Cfficcrs were elected ss follows: Bill Harbottle, president, Don Colburn, vice-president, Ken Carpenter, secretary, Earle Murie, treasurer. More members entered until the club numbered fifteen ninth grade boys plus five eighth grade boys: Ninth grade members ere: Louis Fsrrenechea, David Bennett, Ken Car- ivy penter, Carlos Geniceros, fffp I Don Colburn, mlbcrtwGooter, fffmlib Wendell Dyke, Dill hsrbot- fu tle, Lamar Jenkins, Earle Ifgf' Murie, Louie Perez, Sten- ' ley Simpson, Charles Strona, K Frank Wilson. The club sponsored dances, picnics, and had frequent swims at the Y, sent repre- sentatives to Hi-Y Convention Q29 x'1 Q29 34 ,. CEL! fl? U- S QI QD Ui ll fs ga 3 The first troop of Girl Scouts in Pomona was organized this year by some of the Ninth Grade girls, Tleir troop leader was Mrsu HgS. Strona ,ml sue they were sponsored by the Jomeu's V,F Wi iffy The tw: main representatives were Mrsn Ong A211 and live. AAVA iieeayc S f,QEQVQ Girl Scouts get on Tuesdays. On off weeks, Qff'l5HX the girlssywnlled Xxmiisges for tim? Ilei Criss. 3 fHtLQ A cami? sale was given at Vrenont to get mor- X Xf-.2 ey for uniforms. A dence and wsirer bake was RtQ,fQt given tc encourage new members to goin. f'f' XX Tre Girl Scouts are helping the war e fort sgifq X, both at home and at ECffG1g They rope to grow " F if into e strong organizat on in years to came. PTY SQQUTS Many Ecy Scout troops are represented among the buys of Fremont. It was not until Eoy Scout Week this year that we realized how many Scouts we rexlly mei, since most of Scout activities are carried on outside school and off school grounds. CA I:-'E JJ 1? Hi EE HI Rl 41. S The Camp Fire Girls of Fremont Junior High School chose Hksritan as their group meme. Their purpose is expressed in their wstchword: Tchelo, which means uwork, Leeltl, and love.H Oificers of the ,roup are: fwx Delores Feenoy, presiient , VVJ ffE9.tl'7I'J',2'l Stone, Vice- presie Mr-4. oemig ooriis steioiey, sec- Rs.jJg7 Y-fl reteryg Margaret o itss, re- f,ql gfAX D SMX porterg Charlotte Sanchez, gg l sifmwkfex Q.Jh tressurerg Joanne yellace, '45eVC?Wr-3lqEyf-'eN.fKTZ36fX song-leader. Cther me bers -Axfkhxi Qgewfxxfeff W src: Eeverly Qugent Hands QXHQXEX ELQjlV!'L!h R Qicrichl :ether frigotf Lyfgigxhg izz.. NxxJf5Q' 1 Gloria rsyton, Marg Qll3H Uxriygv vgL,, Euros ,Te1'1is. Lee Taller, ileezior' Lg-ffiigffi RstclifT,Dsnne RicLsrd,Fryll- A Jjgfgl 6gQWQ is SLitk,3li1ue 9srclsy,Hsryf X ?fqi2Ei AIIL, HtQ,Q lerzanares,Lcis iickiri,fsr47'N Egfgifr fQWiE3? bare Toile, Joann Usker,Tern 321 QQEQQQX Iugent,luirey Larbottle. The X gl fQgQ5Qi5 :'. guardian is Miss ?kebeSkelion. kif, ' "WH Sponsors are lr.Tsy and Mr. 5 Greece. ' 465 Tre Camp Fire Girls raise R efaf Q and lower the school flags xngl Q: .Q each This year the :', Qin ,U group hae seversl Likes,ie- sesutg iEEfr?s3 5 s cluding an overniiht onoghad ' W a Grand Council Sireg had s cake-baking ccntestg spfnscred .,', e bond for the camp, and helped buy a hospital plane. 5. "1 ,,.-'-'--?,.xA 1' - .V .' XR 1 T f 2 zw- , A ..,W I '1-. ,X Iin., ."': :E E- 'I i WIQI -::A fi -1'-- V- 1 1 Q . AX UWM KWWCE S WAXEDSUUV EFCDCDUEEAMLIQL A 'ln 'Q' Fremont Varsity had a very successful year. The team wen six games and lost two: Chino and Citrus heavy weight High point nan was Co-Captain Q Ralph Stearns, wle was our full back. JQSR The turnout for the team was ffkfl I "f3h large.Twenty-one boys report- M ed for training. Every boy N , lf , 1 who went out tor Ioetball made GUY' L59 a football letter. AEZFTXX 1453 Q D A -4,41-J ' ' rfgfgiy ', . rg x 'J KK ff all 7 ' Liv' W- 5' F' if WA !'W0 0 . I S 'V c . N, 'e f"'FkxXx 1--'N f- ' IM. Nxflenrers of the team were: fbi. Haley btearns, Don Colburn :ti X Ce-Captain Earle Jurie -x..:5::, T, , ,, Q 1 r Q -N .. R 455 qarlftugent henry Lopez SYN ,ff'7 ReeseXJones R.G.Nood ,'N 0:32 Qlmries easier Glen Jorthupp 'T 4- 62 Stanley simpson Ted Brake QL Frank Hilson Robert Avila UJQEQQ Wendell Dyke John Lagloe Ljf j X YE? Charles Strona, Duane King -9 N 3 y Ge-Saptaln Ken Carpenter Q5 Fill Harbottle Elbert Ceeter ff,2hf, Qxybeule Perez IZ Ip , Xkrcx 5 X If xy 1' ,,-.-....,,,--....- f. -.....,i.,-u' -lDeT3.-tllllt E10 ll -2 QEQEETTT -llllleCQ5!-l-,- Cot. 7 Chino X Team Fremont lS- O Oct. l3 Webb 3 Fremont O-l3 Oct. 20 Emerson Emerson O- 6 oct. 22 Crlno C ?remcnt O- 6 Oct. 28 Upland Jr. 1. Fremont 12-Q5 Nev. 5 Sept Reserve Treqent 0-19 Nov. ll Emereen Fremont le-20 Novf L8 Citrus X Team Fremont mlg-QQW Season Total -------------------------- W- ----64-so WON 5 LOST 2 rsnnnu-a etunuiti rnoonnnln PICTURE CLeft to rightl: . - TC? ROW: Louis Barrenecnea, R.C. Wood, David Bennett, Duane King, Henry Lopez. SECCID: Mr. Jack Clifford, Bill Harbottle, Charles Mosier, Stanley Simpson, Earl Nugentgiiohn Lagloe THIRD: Glen Northupp, Elbert Cooter, Frank Wilson, Ken - -1 Carpenter, Richard Avila, Ted Brake, Mr. fred Cutler. f BOTTOM: Don Colburn,Louie Perez,Ralph Stearns, Charles Strona, Wendell Dyke, Earle Murie, Reese Jones. T TUJUU4 QELMDIE EFLUTDI' ' Il I lu-UKL7 AX gf R PICTURE lLeft to rightly . - TOP RCW: Henry Gonzales, Charles Hicks, Carmen Castro Mr. Paul Hartman, Manuel Mendoza,Johnnie Trugillo, Donald Tennant. SECOND: Royden Eanpton,Mannel 1odriguez,Eddie Marshall, I- Jerry Cunningham, Don Holstrom, Bill Reynolds, Pete Hernandez, Johnny Hernandez. TVIRDi Lewis -Silado, Mike Ortiz, Clifford Jeffries, J Henry Ealtlerra, Kenneth Johnson, Phillip' Argo, ' Gene Lee, Clifford Stewart, Bill Fenton. TCURTH: Jack Looney, albert Sanbrano,Albert xestnrook, Edward Kearney, Harold Evans, Robert Singleton, Charles Harris, Bob Nagel. BOTTCM: Ray Dailey, Raymond Drintz, Dale 3urns,Richard Treat, Jerslo Snetswood, Robert.Gilnore, Melvin Hogsett, Raymie lgomas. - 3 B mv E M1 1 f fu. ss 1 na 3 vl ,mx E W Gyn n .szzuenii gracle joofgaff .llama maya w .img ms W sux ,I F f Ii ii , , f 1 13-Q..-T .....-.. -, 1 ,ff ,V f--E Q V 1 E, num grade Z?aALef4a!! lam I ' 7 3 , Y- " , 9 3 ,J I 1-Li, anal .SZUQHIL gl'aJei jeamd l eumann-I ermmni msnouxriinugnm, ' PICTURE lLeft to eighty: " TOP ROW: f MIDDLE: scmiom: I x Joe Reina, Stanley Simpson,Jobnny Jacobsen, Earle Marie, Lamar Jenkins, Ralph Stearns, -Louie Perez, Charles Strona. Carlos Ceniceros, Wendell Dyke, Frankie Wilson, Louis Barrenechea, Don Colburn, Bill Harbottle,Ken Carpenter,John Hollings- worth. ze' sf or' enbnnri U3AS5EH,BAU.-U. f PIGTURECLeft to rightyz L TCP ROW: Henry Baltierra, Manuel Rodriguez, Joe Hernandez,3ernario Trejo,Don Tennant, Charles Hicks, Bob Stover, Bill Fenton. ' MIDDLE: Henry Gonzales, Richard Treat, Johnny Her- BOTTOM: nandez, John Trujillo, Pete Hernandez, Bill Reynolds, Raleigh Everett, Phillip Argo, Fred Hollingsworth, Louvette Waddle. Elvey Black, Robert Singleton, Ed Kearney, Albert Westbrook, Albert Sanbrano, Charles Harris, Jerald Spotswood. A Q1 's .. Fr IJ' .C- . -L. f-rw , if ...J A X-p ...L- --N ...-- a Q SS 'X AX' L pun- J ,,..... " , l? 4' K, f 1 .7'fZ-F, , 'LLM L-L. f xg ' nf g Xtffl N fel-s NNN HH CEP DAXEIDEE f N 'Tai ' ' r' - N. -- X - 'CSX-"AV I7 1- " 'T f' 'N N r N it-if lv-QQUW Ll ftfNH.ll , my Q. ti: it i, , xi. - i tw, Basketball this year was not a very big success since Fremont, only a ju- nior high, was matched with many teams way out of our competition. I ' CD This year the team was divided into R iff' a first string and a second string, FM instead of' as C's and D's. K Q The first string. won but three out of eleven games played, ,while the second string won eight out of nine. Our only equal opponent was Emerson. The first string lost the first game 33-15, but came back in the second to win by a score of 28-22. The second string won both of its SElII16S,ll-9 and 9-8, to give Fremont the series by 3 to l. - High point man on the first string was Don Colburn, with Stan Simpson and Ken Carpenter right behind bin. On the second string Charles Strona was high man. r The members of the teams were as,Qollows:j,wfiQ? FIRST STRING-z Don Colburn Ku wi ,?'f5ff2f'f N Earle gfiurie 1 qi 8l5tnxaY.xi C Ken Carpenter C f, 'K , Stan Simpson 1! If Frank Wilsonfkj' X Ffsrzdsll Dzzfkef L, ' X sscomv strains: ' H L. ' f 1 . E K , Carlos C n" oei os x 1535 X2 Louie Pe ezgk iff' ini' "f Louie Ba eneo .:,. ff' Q bf Eill Harbo J X' ' ' my Lamar Jenkins ,. Cha rl e S t ro Joe Reina 5 " " ' Ralph Stearns! XIX ' D' 'QA John Hollingswodv th Johnny JacTTsef ' ff 'A gg ,ff ,... , , Tj fyf " a M,-,f 45,3 ffiyul jk-' J xIf,.4.,-A N . I IQIUNUEH GUQAUDEE UBASEEUQCAQH I"'I v Y This year Fremont had e fair eeeeon. Fremont won three games end lost four. It still has two genes to play. Pitchers were D. Colburn and E. Murie. Catchers were L. Berrenecnee and Pinky Cooter. Ccoter ned the highest betting average, with Perez and Murie follow- ing. The whole Fremont team did very well despite their lack of experience. Members of the teen were Louie Barrenechee, ?rank Wilson, David Maxwell, Dcn Ccleurn, Stanley Simpson, Ralph Stearns, Louie Perez, Elbert Center, Ken Cer- penter, Bill Harbottle, Jack Sweede, Hugh Hunt,Eugene McKenzie, Roland Reiee,Peul Armetreng,Dcneld Greeber, Earle Murie, Charles etrone, manager and ecerekeeper. ping C o nice C " to C C V. E Apr l8 Jr. Republic Tremont 12-5 May 3 Emerson Emerson 7 May 4 Emerson novice Enerecn lf l May 8 Republic Republic 7 l Hey lO Emerson Frencnt 6-4 May ll Emerson novice Eremcnt 9 May 15 Republic Fremcnt l Hey 18 Emerscn Fremont 3 Nifljf f"2i lQeputn.l11.c: jff15'enon't 6 G11 'if . A. E.mez'con Frezw if 6-2 igsgmg xNsw,j K I D . . .V 6 I ' i ff . C10 Q mf V V v W 'IS U ui no Ui There have been seven track meets this year, in which Fremont was undefeated. The whack meets weep held as follows: ' 2 The first mee? tes an inter-class meet where gf? classes competed against one another. Fifth period won. Claremont was the place of the second track meet. Claremont, Webb, and Pomona took part. Pomona won 83-12. The third meet was at Pomona High School where the Sophs and Fremont competed. Fremont won 57-52. The fourth meet was also held at the high school.Ghino Claremont and Pomona took part. Pomona was second. At Qonita the fifth meet was held. Eight' schools were represented. Pomona was again second.CThis was the meet Wendell Dyke will never forget??J The sixth meet was the biggest one of the year, with twenty-three schools took part. Pomona was ninth. The seventh was a C.B.L. track meet with eight schools taking part. Pomona was third. This year's high point hen were: Wendell Dyke-H -------- 56-5X8 points Louie Perez ----- ------28 points Charles Aosier ---- ---- - , 18 Ralph Stearns ---- -w---l7g Three boys earned soph letters: and Louie Perez. ff .-.tj Qi 5 1 points points Mendel .JNNV . . f Q lADyke,Earl Ck' fg- fri 1 if ft X I f xf 1lIigJ g!XQQb T ,g 6 ff! nil LU l , x,,,....., W Y 1... , ..- Murie, F.. 5 'T V., 1' . Q' f 1 'I L. 1 N UR! 'U' Url AX Ili fllfAxi3EEU3f-Nil U. f! 1 ' n ,T 5 Q i , 'Y 'Q I rlmr -51 ' A-D . - G .- . ' Ploil oinoit to rigntl. Q X J TC? QCW: Bob Payton, Fngnk Hastingsf lrs'Blsok, btsnlov Simpson Paul Armstrong Don Colburn .J - 9 1 ,J 9 Donald Grsebor. t. MIDDLE: Cnsrlss Strona Lamar Jenkins Eugene McKenzie 8 H U 3 , ,S .., 9 Davio Maxwell, Louis Bar ensonsa, Ken Carpenter, Louis Perez, Nayno Kleitz, ir. Raul Hsrtman.' BOTTOM: Aolsno Reiss, Elbert Cootor, Bronx Wilson,Earle Murio, Ralph Stearns, Eugene Griffith, Bill Har- bottle. UUEAX CFU? PlCTURE:CLeft no rightb TOP RO SECOND THIRD: BOTTCM W: Hugh Hunt, Lamar Jenkins, Stanley Simpson, Eugono Wood, Emerson boy, Charles Mosisr,Louis Esrroneonos, Carlos Csniooros. : Ray Jones, Tod Peterson, Raleigh Evorott, Don Tennant, Eddie Kearney, Robert Singleton, Charles Hicks, llbert Jastbrook. Wendell Dyno, Eisrson boy, Louis rorsz, Earls Huris, Rslpr Stearns, Charles otrons, John Eollingswortn, Bill Fenton. . Manuel Hsnioto, Boo Dickinson, Harold Taylor, Johnny Hernandez, Edsel Hood, Dick Hoggins, Fred Hollingsworth. gfude Kaffegaff jealfl MMA, cf2,Afl., am! .SZWML Q,-acle EMA Q B TE as we S In Zgaffefgaff ea N3 ,NE N35 S 2 S ea Ns 2 us Ti w Bm Q3 renaming uiasmlinuinaa PICTURE CLSft to rightjt ' . TOP ROW: MIDDLE: BOTTOM: Georgina Holstron, Marcia Angus, Lucille Nufer, Inez Owens, Barbara Ong, Marie Kennedy Charlene Modgling, June Edgington, Mrs. Wiles Wilma Crandall, Earlene Edgar. Peg Keniston, Mae Whitner, Vivian Doyen. QEUUEUXBQ EQASSTE UBAAU. Il PICTURE CLeft to rightj: TOP RCW: MIDDLE: BOTTOM! Mae Whitner, Mrs. Wilee, Marie Kennedy. Joyce Karns, Wilma Crandall, Barbara Ong, Patsy wilson, Earlene Edgar, Candelaria Jendez. Ruth Denille, Bonnie Whitcomb, Jo Anne Biggs, Vivian Doyen, Georgina Holstrom, Shirley Bell OGEUUDELSSQ WCDU.U.lIiiVU3filU.!l PICTURE CLeft to rightjz TOE ROW: Helen Ruiz, Audrey Harbottle, Inez Owens, Mrs. Niles, Lucille Nufer, Barbara Ong, Frances Guzman. - BCTTCM: Marcia Angus, Arlene Beck, Conchita Lopez, Jo Anne Biggs, Marie Kennedy. ZW 82 SW CEUQAXUDEE IBAXSBUYEEUMAQH , PICTURE CLeft to TOP ROW: MIDDLE: BOTTOM: Jerald Donald Albert Robert rightlz Spotswood, Gene Lee, Charles Hicks, Tennant, Bob Stover, Bill Fenton. Sanbrano, Pete Hernandez,Edward Kearney Singleton, Albert Westbrook, Raleigh Everett, Bill -Reynolds. Leonard Edwards, Truman Cude, Johnny Hernan- dez, Jerry Cunningham, Dick Hoggins, Donald Holstrom, Fred Hollingsworth. :inn iii W'-' SEEDS? 113606515 U?!XU.!l approximately fifty f girls participated in the baseball program this year. Tournaments were played off beth dur- ing class time, and after school. A great deal of en- thusiasm was shown for this sport. ln- V SWQQWS G tgrx Dx law! ,E br xM. 4 50 G E fXQ9a X. . N.--.. N. X to A flfn terest ran high to the very end of the suooessiul season. lf Ill 1lZ,'H:"U3..7XlH1. The girls' volleyball teams played against one another at noon periods and after sohool.Play- ers get 50 points if they were on the team and lOO points if they were on the winning team. The winners also had their picture taken for the annual. ' .fr"Yl K f fl ctfft? X57 5 ' XP. ff" . Rs- S47 test fefl Q 5 3 ,.. V ,.,: 'lg 5 f' 7: ,Q -- X if L J i 7?-E, "" CX? , -5- .9 Ut XS Pf "" 1 was ., ,. -- PYP! ' ceq., 'fjfhl '-. -.:.... .-.:v.4-.g -1' e. '- 'nfs' 4-:"1'.:' +I.: E 'A-ff: '1'f:1.A.1f5f: -:.!:':g ,- 'gs '5 " --'-'fl-FC-' -'JZLF1-1 1 .-'f 1:4--'-1' i.:'-' '. .. N,-.. , -,1, ,.,. .f--U,-..-.--z 'z' 1: ,. ,- ,.g.,:...,, ,, ff:-3413.35 izggjzfg 1- -' '-,-1.,. - if x , ' Q' rf IBM 3 UC UffUlfB19N UAH. Girls of all the grades of Fremont were eligible to Join the basketball teams, and ap- proximately sixty-five girls participated in after-school matches. Both nine-court and three- oourt basketball were played. were chosen in The teams class and the gates were play ei off at noon and after school. The winning A team received lOC pointsg the B's received EC points towards their letters. The their members of A team had pictures taken for the annual. J 1-1 5,4 ,K Xxx., ,ff 1 XXX 'I ' '. an .Ql fg. 1 F f X f Q' . f 3 nee r w NO! 3, 'MY i L ,X If wx f-- I ,' vxfvw.g f ff , sw i I I UTUH U 4 LW, .J M X X Y' F , ' , ' F I . 1 an 1 iw 1 hp UUWUE A2523 YXYUIQLU. .U ,I . '- , l . ...,:-..,5.,:.Vm.l. x . v .J ,. J L 'ri itiiiff , ,Q iv , if ff? Qi , WM L ere aw f C of 'C 2'-f narcia ADQUS--USF sweaters to Lois Mggenzie, Joyce Ara--the Hawaiian leis in her car to the Hula Hula girls. Grace Avila--her quietness to Joanne Caldwell. Arlene Beck--her leg make-up and anklewirap shoes to Cleora Bott. Q Jo Ann Biggs--her dark hair rats to Margaret Jolie. June Boyle--her tallness to Charlotte Green- wood. Patsy Brown--her dark complexion to Gloria Q Payton. Gloria Castleberg-- her grades to Betty Muntz. Mildred Coans-- her figure to Betty Powell. Wilma Crandall--her short ekirts to Jo Little. Dorothy Dickinson--her red hair to Raleigh Everett. Bethel Ely--her white skin to whoever wants it. Beverly Kelley--her pretty hair to Robert Single- ton. Peg Keniston--her pin curls to Joe Dickerson. Marie Kennedy--her knock knees to DorlisSteidley. Harriett Downs--her windbreakers to future ninth grade girls. Vivian Doyen--her nickname HPeanutn back to the peanuts. June Edgington--her looks to Hedy Lamar. Mae Ferguson--her ballet dancing to Belita. Dawn Flanagan--her dimples to Elvey Black. Clara Fuller--her engagement to Wava Lee. Nellie Gallinetti--her worn-out huaraches to Frances Grady. Frances Guzman--her long nails to the Cat People. Barbara Hanpe--her quietness to Bobby Cleveland. Qand the teachers sanglij Audrey Harbottle--her tap dancing to Ann Miller. Cherie Hart--her high-pitched voice to Sam Fireston Mary Hernandez--her cute eyes to Gesche Kruse. 43,1 N Si, W, , I A 4,-I . ., . ... . -.- ... , ., -A.,,:.,.,,L,..3gg,:5:f::g,g,:.,-,WV-. .4 -f.. -. ,. 7-. -3-. ' . .n.: Richard Climie--his red hair and freckles to Dean Singleton. it Jim Clinton--his place o' the brojection crew to Harold Reed. . 1 1 Don Colburne-his girl craziness to Tillman Long. Elbert Kenneth Gooter--his figure tb Enrlene'Edgsr. Crosbreehis quietness to Pete Hernandez. J Wendell Dyke--his peroxide bottle tosnycne vho wants it. f ' I John Faro--his mathematics to Beverly Cranford. Lony freeman--his trsch ability to Robert Singleton Eugene Griffith--his eyes to Charles Hicks. f Lawrence fenpe--his looks tc Boris Kerloif. Bill Harbottle--he's lcsving Shirley Bell behind. Frank ?sstings--his art ebility to Richard Base. Harold Eoggins--his algebra sbility to Jack hell. , John Hollingsworth--his wool shirts tothe wer eifor Richard Howell--his nickname back to the frogs. Hugh Hunt--Lis heir to Alvin Lsttimoro. Johnny Jacobsen--his muscles to Eddie Kearney y Lamar Jenkins--his short legs to Billy Heaton. Reese Jones--his orsl reports toGsr1 Dickinson. Duane King--ris grades to Bill Buis. Kenneth Kruse--his oourtesus remarks to all apple polishers. John Lsgioo--his shortness to Richard Treat. henry Lopez--his horsing around to any hoodlum that wants it. Pall Msnzsnsres--hi Arthur Marin--his s David Maxwell--he's him. Louis Mezzsrini--He I Dick McCulloch--his ' Larry McDuffee--his Eugene McKenzie--hi Robert Morales--h Charles hosier--h Earle Murie--his Richard Ness--his y Esrle Nugent--his Billy O'Doll--his Lawrence Ferre-- J- I wolves. is is s loudness to Charles Harris. pare time to Alvin Lsttimore. taxing all his girl friends with 's taking Conchitn with him. lumberjachets to the lumberjschsl cute eyes to Carol Worthington s shop ability to Mr. Weido himsel att sms endance to Rennette Slsgle ll shoes to Phillip Argo. ers from shaving to Richard Treat politeness to David McMullen. strut to anyone who'll take it. work hsbits to Rsynie Thomas. his class attention to Jimmy Meadows. Robert Peyton--hc's too happy to be leaving anything James Penrod--his sweet shirts to Louie Bencr. Donald Peoples--his girl-craziness to tht eighth Q SC Louie Perez--his ability to pole vault to Manuel Mendoza. -4-, Y' FT l - - - , , ' . . . . . . . . . f. w . ., :.. :..'1P:..'f-'.-x. ru ...fu '- F'a..'5'r:, '-:.. ,. . -w win 1 1, '-'A 1 --o."fVr'!'N'f',"'8F'-.--v --g- ' -- ' 1: 'f-EL? 111 haf-.Zh.'f-aze..'5--W """' 1-Q f..'u.'a"1-'af"'f- 2- "ft '-- 'I :ab ty. enema atQu ways wma awa I "1 ' ,.":: . I. A:.:::,i Joe Rolna ne s lE3V1DJ hlnnie Duran to the s nool Roland Qel s D13 cute walk to Ray Jones Lloyd QUdTlguGZ hls curly hall to Jlm y Rodgers Bob bohmldt hlS wavy tal o larlene kott stanley blmpson F1 qulebnej to Rudolph cha flnyd bmltb lgiigkyslquc lvar5Jood3 Gene nlth bl vomoe to r nk mlnatra lilton onlth 11 rt ablllty to Jalt Dlsney Don Spooi hls Y Q ness to Arthur Avlla Rwlpk stearas h1S football ablllty to B111 uton Allen Stlll hls looks to Ckarlos Atla Ctarles stone klb bor o to the race trac? Howard Stone bls quietness to J mos uOH1OG Charl stroma Fls good ,r dos to Martha Pawast Jadl Sweede T15 cute snlle to all 8t1 or de g1PlS J1ll1 m Villeroy L1 popularlty to ple unlucky person Joe Vega YLS mUS1u ablllty To mobort Lo ley Harold flll13US, 11s quietness to may 1 lley Franlle dll on t twlnkl ln Ml yo to led Peterson G n Mood 113 t lluo s to led wood 11S bono deux to Pe G ry Mood M15 tall t l s to Rus ell lhom s F15 boldn ss to Anita Ar nt hor peace of mlnd rad cs .LU t1lCu lull nl nova 1 Qllly lowe to next year's seventh State of Callfornia, County ol Los Angeles, th1S 9th day of June, l944 A D lhe above testlmonlal of our deslres sl ll stand as Az' 'gr TL i"Y'?o'ElXli1'5? K Lh,Dy V' our 1 st and flu l wlll and testament bfygfld ply 174 jf nv R Subscribed and sworn to b fore me thlS 9t1 day o Jul 1944 VOT' Ima hut X tary PUbl1C County OI Los Angeles State of allfornia L11 N 2 A . --, , . , Af 'L' F v 0 3 ' C' - ' ' , " 1 X .. u " Q r .L , L .... 'f ' A 'a ly . 'Y f- .' 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Sec! tary: Look herel Don Colburn, Ken Carpenter, HJamesH A and treir County Slickers are playing at Jack Bal- tierra's newfremodcled South American Cafe, featur- ing tkat great samba dancer, Jeyce Ticks. Late Comer: It says here that David Rennett and Jilma Cran- dall, wko have made such a good dancing team at the Sugar Howl, are now Mr. and Mrs. Third Lady: Yes, and Joyce Ara owns the Sugar Bowl now that Anita Arant has married. First Lady: John Labioo and David Maxwell are technical advisers at the For Theater now. Third Lady: Barbara Cng and Louie ierez own it now.Louie want so much Bobby had to buy it to know where he was all the time. Secretary:The thrze smiths, Floyd, Gene,and Tilton,bought out the dry goods store of Pats and Donald Brown. Late Comer' mont First Lady ing. Third Lady gram Secretary: Isn't it good to know how many of the old Fre- class have made good'on stage,screen, or radio? Yes. Cherie Hart has a radio program every morn the stars in uJanice's Other Eusband.H nary Hernandez and Pauline Torres have a pro- callcd Hniddlo-Sized-Sistor.H Dorothy Sabrinshy plays the title role. Late Comerzlra Llack is in Hollywood making ndhy I Shall Never Love Againu with UTwinkle Toesn Audrey Harbottle as his leading lady. First Lady Stanley simpson '-c' and June Spoon are open- ing tonight in the iramatization of Janes Penrod's great novel, HI'll Always Lick Up to Ycu.H Third Lady: Ansel Bray and Vivian Doyen are in Cecil B. Roland Rciss's HHow Dry Are My hills.H Quite a hit. A Secretary: Nell,what jo you hnow'. Waverly Simpson owns the first National Bank now. First Lady: Why, didn't you know that? Cf course, I may '1 be wrong, but I heard it was oecause Jack Sweede was the new janitor. Third Lady' Did you hnow Mae Unitner,Eleanor Nhitcomb,and Virginia Naito had all formed a Man-Eaters' Union? Third Lady: And such menbersi Dorothy Dickinson,CDon Col- burn, or nothing at allj Conchita Lopez, Lucille tu- .o, .Q-rw J., , .:1 Ter, and auth Zopfi. Late Comer: Hugh Hunt and Larry Mcouffee started a Woman- Haters' Union. . K. w Y Secretary: Some of the more prominent members are Ralph Stearns, Donald Peoples, Joe Vega, Howard Stone, and Eugene Griffith. First Lady: Well, I never thought I would live to see the day when that would haopen. Late Comer: That is rather surprising. But there's the other side,too. Arlene Bech, Harriett Downs, and Clara Fuller have arranged an Escort Eu- reau. Their motto is: UWe'll take out anything. Some of the girls are Nellie Gallinetti, Mae Ferguson, Polly Leshman, and Marilyn Lowe. First Lady: Now I remember hearing about that. Some of their steady customers are Duane King, Johnny Paul Jacobsen, Richard Howell,and Haroldhoggins Third Lady: Well, the hoys havon't started one of Udose yet, hut if they did, Lony Freeman and Dick Late Comer First Lady Secretary: Third Lady First Lady Third Lady Secretary: Late Gomer: First Lady Third Lady Saleslady: Q u Secretary Saleslady: A n Saleslady Secretary: McCullogh would he at the head of it. : It says here that Joe Reina is on Broadway now as a famous double-talker. The Fremont Staff always did think so. : June Boyle has finally landed R.G. Wood and taken him back to Scotland. Look here. It's advertising Ted Brahe's Brahe Relining Shop. : Didn't he finally marry Betty Stevens? : I think so,but he had quite a time convinc- ing her because she said she wasn't going to get in the grease pits and fix brakes while he sat around reading Fsguire. : I see that Eob Schmidt finally opened that French bakery he was always bragging he was going to have. And every time Gloria Castleherg goes in there and asks for French rolls, he gives her a dozen doughnuts instead. marriage to Richard Hess. Lookl Here's an announcement of Jackie Lusk's :My goodnessl I thought Jackie and Reese Jones were going together. : They were, but Reese ups and marries Fern Nugent. CSaleslady entersl Just back from my rounds. I just finished set- ting Wanda MoKenzie's hair. She was telling M6 Joe Eats has just taken over the Market Spot. Yes, he broke so many things he finally had to buv it. J -L- Barbara hampe was telling me that Mike Carrasco has gone to Hollywood as a great lover. he's Q playing with Yolanda Quczada. They call Mike the uBig hunk of mush.U I stopped at Robert Blair's house to see if he wanted a hair cut or some of that special shavine cream that Donald Spoon manufactures. Q 'F I just knocaed and he threw a book at ne. He's writing a new song,supposed to be a great love song. Kenneth Crosby is goiha to sing it over John Faro's radio station x O Third Lady: Grace Avila is married to ner soldier now.I guess Jobn Rodriguez is out of luck. ?irst Lady: Lloyd Rodriguez is a famous dress designer. Some of his models are Mildred Goons, Bethel Ely, Frances Guzman, Georgine Holstrom. Saleslady: Gene Wood is designing airplanes. He has just finished his ten-motored transport. The pilot to fly the test nop is Allen Still and the co- pilot Robert ?ayton. Some of the nostesses are Eileen Skeffield,Helen Iuiz,and Grace Lavars. Late Comer: Have you heard of the expedition digging to China? Dr. Garry Wood and nis devoted followers Howard Stone, Russell Eames, and Robert Payton. Secretary: Charles Losier and Robert Aorales are now in China ready to let then out. Third Lady: Eugene McKenzie says it can never be done. First Lady: How does he know? Secretary: He goes to Louis Mazzarini's Geology School. Late Comer: I near Hazel Lawson is the Scout Leader for Girl Scouts,but Beverly Nielson is trying to be a Boy Scout. Third Lady: Paul Manzanares is trying to follow in Henry Lopez's footsteps as a great football star. Saleslady: Kenneth Kruse, Wayne Kleitz, and Lamar Jenkins are still trying to finish that subway from San Francisco to New York. Secretary: John Hollingsworth, Frank Hastings, and Law- rence Hanpe are working on the road from Nome in Alaska to Chile. Third Lady: Donald Graeber and Clarence Glenn are still trying to raise Japan soil. Late Comer: Yes, I bear that was sunk by the ammunition the U.5. poured on it during World War Il. --Laurel Strona and Beverly Simpson QQINHEEUQUUDRI The Staff wishes to thank all those who have helped in the production of the l944 Bulldog. Especially do we wish to express our appreciation to Mr. McCanne for de- signing the coverg to Mr. weide for cutting the block for printing the covergto Miss Hall's sixth period ninth grade English class for write-ups and the class willg to the Cabinet for planning the picturesg to Mr. Chance for arranging for materials and the printingg and to the numerous people who cooperated so willingly when inter- viewed hy staff members. WQNQEAHUEEMQQWAWGE 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 trouhlous times, your lives he dedicated to the preserva- tion of the American way of life hy jealously defending at all times our priceless heritage of freedom, justice and democracy. fs fUj+vwa:P 1 Lf 4 - is X f' fL,.fz',v!fL, RJR. K ' h"x FAJX X fag, rxfu 1 Q3 mx I! 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Fremont Junior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Pomona, CA) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 128

1944, pg 128

Fremont Junior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Pomona, CA) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 76

1944, pg 76

Fremont Junior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Pomona, CA) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 135

1944, pg 135

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