Fresno State College - Campus Yearbook (Fresno, CA)

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I 1 ' ' .1 '. f uw , , ' H I , ' A '- 1 7, ' f.: . 14, . ' y G. W. GRAVES ALEXANDRA BRADSHAW W. B. MIKESELL Agriculture and Biology Art Commerce -1 ,,-:Q?EKT,fif.'gx"'mx.Si' faculty M. A. GROSSE G. B. COLBURN W. M. TUCKER Industrial Education Foreign Languages Geography and Geology i H. H. WHEATON Industrial Arts f'i:if9bi?Q. , t LE Mi !.lQQfg,'kx,:rI ' .g fax: ,1 ,S-2. I R. ws- ,1fGM:.. , qv :, 22' Z " Faculty A. R. LANG F. R. MORRIS Mathematics and Engineering v G. H. HUNTTING GRACE ALLINGHAM English Home Making Education and Psychology I L-- RUTH WATERMAN A. G. WAHLBERG H. C. BURBRIDGE Women's P. E. Music Physical Sciences S -:2-lwwsfaey.: . ..+.fJ.-- MGQ-.1-vsvwv.-4 e . 1 wwf- ww., . .. '- zsuwzfregvesaf' 225 -sgzgf.:,.:L5w,.fgw , :wy.-vW9k45?iy,y..,-,M , " " wPS?'?f21g?ff5-fe.. K3 Faculty 3'3"5kvi1QI" ful, . DONALD S. NELSON MITCHELL P. BRIGGS MARY C. BAKER Comptroller Deon of Men Dean of Women EMORY RATCLIFFE Social Sciences 1.ff,Fffx.:221-Z5 'L . F4 W if 2 3F'imes-- 5 J.-'f 'fxmgrf 'Su M MARGARET COSGRAVE Registrar VIRGINIA JOHNSON Appointment Secretary EARL H. COLEMAN Medical Director EARL H. WIGHT Men's P. E. l 54 55' "W.?'-ff.. ARTHUR SAFSTROM MADONNA ADDINGTON General Manager Financial Secretary ,,x, Assoczhhbn 0fi92'e . . Q. O Six thousand checks and Sl50,000 in bank deposits each year are handled by the Fresno State College Association Office, nerve center of campus finan- cial and executive activity. Arthur Safstrom, secretary and gen- eral manager of the Association, heads the office, is employed by the Board of Directors, and is subject only to their veto. Safstrom's duties are multifari- 24 ous: all internal management is vested in him, he prepares tentative budgets and administers these budgets after passage by the Board of Directors, re- ceives, approves or rejects 8,000 au- thorizations submitted each year, serves as a trustee for 85 trust fund ac- counts under the purvue of the Associa- tion, and must stand ready at all times as a general business adviser to the score of budgeted sub-organizations within the Association. All employees of the Association are hired by Safstrom, who again is respon- sible to the Board of Directors. The personnel is: Channing Manning, direc- tor of public relations, John Scheibel- hut, assistant general manager, Ma- donna Addington, financial secretary, and La Verne Call, secretary to the gen- eral manager. Channing Manning - s ' W ' slguitr mgfwfsigt - as - vm i Director of Public R e l a t i o n s Pubhk' A I Nearly a quarter-million words pour into the channels of California and West Coast journalism from the public relations office of the Fresno State Col- lege Association. Not on 'y all Association athletics re- ceive publicity, but also drama, music and activities of faculty members, ac- cording to Channing Manning, direc- tor of public relations. New enterprise of the publicity office this year was the "Loyal Stater," eight-page lithograph- ed monthly, recounting news of alumni and conjuring up reminiscences of alma mater and the Bulldog campus. The press run was 500 copies. Assisting Manning in the publicity program of the college are Students Joe Hinman, Rose Failla, Bob Tienken, and Con Lanford. -ff' il, WW' Bill D. Mitchell Herb Futrell Al Radko , . . fy f f .yew qv ,.,-wz3a,w- .YM ents si 4-' 1 D Outstanding scholastic gain made for the Associated Students this year was the tacit announcement that Fresno State's graduates would be placed on a degree-par with graduates from all oth- er major universities and colleges in America, since President F. W. Thomas had been invited to Chicago to confer with officials of the Association of American Universities, prime scholastic rating group. Not until next fall, how- ever, will the action be official, but for all practical purposes the confirmation is held to be "in the bag." Tops among strictly student achieve- ments were the activities coordination program inaugurated by Student Presi- dent Herb Futrell "to systematize and make available student executive and extra-curricular talent", the "Frosh Week," when the yearlings tagged stu- dent officials around to sundry func- tions to learn the mechanics of Fresno State student government, and "Hey- Dey," newly christened trade for the traditional Collegian Hack Race, which this year was regularized and coordinat- ed into a day of fun and frolic for stu- dents of all inclinations. Student President Futrell's perigrina- tions took him to Hawaii with the invad- ing football team, to Minneapolis for the National Student Federation of America Conference, and to Provo, Utah for the Pacific Student Presidents' Association meet, of which group he is president. Assemblies this year were well at- tended, Futrell gave accolade to the vice-presidents in charge for "a good job of planning." Faculty assemblies under the aegis of Dr. M. P. Briggs were informative and well received. Felix Skinner Fall Semester Officers President- Herb Futrell Vice-President- Bill Mitchell Secretary- Harriet Harkness Legislative Commissioner- Conway Lanford Commissioner of Finance- Lionel Steinberg Sergeant-at-arms- David Skinner Historian- Margaret Smittcamp Spring Semester Officers President- Herb Futrell Vice-President- Al Radko Secretary- Katherine Sorenson Women's Legislative Com. Roscile Phillips Commissioner of Finance- Lionel Steinberg Sergeant-at-arms l Jim Samuels Historian- Bonnie Felix Harkness Samuels Smittcomp Steinberg Phillips Sorensen .Yfudenfl ll l l l ,B .gv AY, fif. ?fdf-:QQ V.":w5f- -f' :'- 0 Sounding board for many a bright idea is the Student Council. This year the bi-weekly meetings held the usual admixture of tom-foolery and serious- ness which often taxed the chairman's parliamentary ability and the patience of the representatives. Highlights among the year's more significant meetings were the fall se- mester decision to go on record favor- ing closing of the Student Union, the Playhouse Question and Answer Ses- sion, when J. W. Wright informally dis- cussed extemporaneous student inquir- ies concerning the activities of the col- lege theatre group, the nominating cau- cus for new Student Court members, and the Frosh Week meeting, during which a proposed amendment to the Constitution was sidetracked by farcical quibbling over who had the right to cast a ballot. Announced purpose of the group is to act as an advisory board to the Stu- dent President and to serve as a body of first review for student initiatives. Members of the Student Council are the heads of all recognized student body organizations or their regularly ap- pointed representatives, Dr. Frank W. Thomas, Dean of Men Briggs, and Dean of Women Baker. .:-f Dliecfors - fwfyf ,gf ga w. ,Q-ffzg 'A ,f,s,,,,f.,,,.,f2y .,,, -. n ,3y,g5ggg,,ce:f. W is f . v :C-,if Y O As ultimate as the Allied Supreme War Council is the Fresno State College Board of Directors. Chairmanned by Emory Ratcliffe, head of the social sci- ence department, the board panel in- cludes four faculty and four student members: the President of the College and three votes appointed by him- Carlos Rojas, Mary Bell Smith, and Rat- cliffe, Student President Herb Futrell, Vice-President Al Radko, Men's Legis- lative Commissioner Con Lanford, and Women's Legislative Commissioner Roscile Phillips. i ' - x X., T Burgeoning out of the Finance Com- mittee of Fresno State's junior college and normal school days, the present Board of Directors unit was created in l922, with Ratcliffe as chairman. Unofficially the "body of many kicks," the Board often draws the un- comprehending wrath of activities whose budgets are not raised upon "urg- ent request." lts duties include collection and budgeting of all Association dues, man- agement of the cafeteria and book store, and the handling of all monies connected with the college that do not by law go through the regular college office. The Board fixes all Association salaries and upon the recommendation of General Manager Safstrom, appoints all assistant managers and other em- ployees. ,j ' 2-f. gms gc' . V P Y... -, ,X v of Raly Comm Wee Charles Brown Phillips Hinman Groze Tienken Smale Collins Johnson Long Rouch Craven Felix Hunter Loomer Olson Desmond Capps ' hav. ,ff . glgux -Y 35,1-2'i .l s ul Hudson Momson Minasian Hickman Myers Gould Claverie Cornell Hook 5, ' f, Q., gm ww ffglifw .zkyggw My WM A ' Pllbf ' R fdf bil fomm Tree Magill Roth Lcmfo rd X Mc Pherson Craven Hiesey Rddk'-1 Witwer Hein Hansen Sherwood l Women Students O Associated Women Students' affairs this year have made lively the Wednes- day meetings of the Luncheon Club, where functions of the women students are planned, discussed, and publicized to the representatives of all campus or- ganizations in which women partici- pate. The club is sponsored by Dean Mary C. Baker, Mrs. Ruth Waterman, and Mrs. Viola Moseley. Dulcie Sharp, as social chairman, or- ganized and coordinated the plans that made the Sixth Annual Queen's Ball ac- claimed "one ofthe most successful" by the 400 couples attending. The Fresh- man Women's Luncheon Club planned and participated in the Queen's Tea at which the five Queen candidates were honored guests. With AWS President lrma Mae Hins- berger and WAA President Alma Cole, went Pat McCarthy and Miriam Boney ffor the AWSD and Clara Shafer Cfor the WAAJ to the AWS-WAA bi-yearly con- vention at Modesto, March 29 and 30. Another bi-yearly convention, which in- cluded representatives from colleges and universities of many western states, was attended by Miss Hinsberger and AWS President-Elect Gladys Scheidt in Eugene, Oregon, April l5-l7. A dinner, honoring the past AWS president, was held in the late spring shortly before a swimming-party instal- lation of new officers ended the semes- ter's activities. Roessler Sorenson Jenkins A. W. .S'. Ofhkers Fall Semester Officers President- lrma Mae Hinsberger Vice-President- Mary Petersen Secretary- ' Muriel Schmeiser Treasurer- Katherine Sorenson Historian- Dorothy Long Publicity Chairman- Margaret Free Athletic Manager- Velcla Durham Social Chairman- Dulcie Sharp Contact Chairman- Gladys Scheiclt Room Chairman- Kjersti Franklin Pereira Franklin Long Spring Semester Officers President- l Irma Mae Hmsberger Vice-President- Gladys Scheidt Secretary- I Elisabeth Simmons Treasurer- Katherine Sorenson Historian- Mildred Jenkins Publicity Chairman- Virginia Duffey Athletic Manager- Clara Shafer Social Chairman- Dorothy Long Contact Chairman- Ellen Martin Adiustment Chairman- Kiersti Franklin Room Chairman- Lorraine Kamp Scheidt Spomer Shafer H insbe rger camp Free Dllffey simmons Sharp Schmeiser Durham Martin PBYBISGI1 ' x 1 -,?' ug 44 4 --I A v rf, fail V1 yggunz w r it 5 5 I! 7 v,. -Q 1 , .,f f. ff V, . g -1- .gxa x -Q-Q W. 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Anticipa- tion was the watchword when the field of queen candidates had been narrowed down to Roscile Phillips, Barbara Dibble, Katherine Sorensen, Harriet Harkness, and Doris McCorkle, as the Sixth Annual Coronation cer- emonies, set for December l, drew near. Who would oc- cupy the new royal red and gold throne, designed by Helen Goble, was a mystery until the regal march down the Rainbow Ballroom's festive aisle revealed Doris McCorkle on the arm of Walter Kraus, campus king. The queen is each year chosen by five lay judges who watch narrowly and appraise the social graces possessed by the several candidates at a Queen's Tea held this year at the Saginaw Avenue home of Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell P. Briggs on November 29. "Who is queen?" was the whispered query on hundreds of lips during the two-day interim between selection and presentation-and although those "in the know" claimed to have the right answers, the actual facts remained a successfully guarded secret until the evening of the royal march. The Queen's Ball offici- ally opened the formal dance season which was terminated seven affairs later on January 5, l94O. 1 1 1 311 hffl. L-'-51,1 , . fe Nil 41 : Q5 -- B '1 if 'A Q -11?ga111'fg?? 1-.L1f1l'5 ' Y A ,411 ,gf --Wf'!w-11h "M , 11,1 bf --1 f'- 1' L- 1 : ' :1 1 T'f51-tual-f VJPQQ- xl. 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Educwon' Ganga" 'amen my Sigma Phi camrr Ervin Lewis Austin Sedo Avedian William Banister Commerce, Special Secondary Education, General Elementary Commerce C.S.T.A., Phratcres, KiPri Blue Key, Alpha Delta Gamma, Sigma Tau Mariorie Bertram Frances A. Becl Education, General Elementary Education, General Ele Omega Xi Omicron, Vice-president Alpha Theta, C.S.'ll Summer School Senior Class Secret mf :sem 5 ilk? we ,, "i's'fLi:fQ'lBf:7:'53 ' 39'f3.Sx--,,.::,.,, as 1 x-'We 21.:.2LEe5'?'S1"1i.i. -1,,axw.':'f'-1" ,Mao fv Graduates 52 Max Baskin W Commerce l i Ellen E. Bennett Otto E. Berg English Commerce Collegian, Caravan Sigma Tau Delta Barbara A. Berg Education, General Elementary l i l Aline F. Bletcher Everett- Bondesen DOYDQHY I--I 555602 CHFYSHHG I- BYUWII Physical Education Commerce Socia Science Education, General Elementary psilon gfudenf Council Kappa Delta Pi, Omega Xi Omlcron .w.s. Luncheon Club C-S-T-A Nlclr G. Bronzan Bette v. Bolt Verne E. Bret: PIWSQCOI Education French Music, Special Secondary Special Secondary Adu Sue Brown Lois Mae Bryan Mildred Alice Burr Edna A. Bush tion, General Elementary Commerce, Special Secondary Art Education, General Elementary i Iota, Omicron Sigma Pi Kappa Delta PgCO21icron Sigma Pi. Vernon P. Brown Mary Jane Burleigh Edna Burriss Music, Special Secondary Education Education, General Elementary La Verne Call Jock G. Catich Commerce Geology Robert L. Call Industrial Arts Beta Kappa, Engineers' Club 1940 Lorraine E. Cederquist Hiram M. Ching amaking, Special Secondary Education, General Elementary Betty Cheney Education, General Elementary Irwin D. Chow Lawrence W. Clawson George R. Coats Frances Coffee Biology Social Science Commerce Physical Education, Spec. Seca lnterfraternity Council, Zeta Mu, A Band vis M. Christensen Commerce Forest M. Clihngan Heloise Cobb S.C.A., Commerce Club, Mathematics Education, General Elementary Roger Williams The Key PhfCIfEl'ES, C.S.T.A. M. Alma Cole Kathleen F. Craven .Dennis J. Curran James McEvoy Dale Education, Kind-Primary Education Commerce Phrateres, C.S.T.A., Kappa Delta Pi, Newman Club, Sigma Phi Gamma Sigma Tau Delta Ella R. Coles Ralph J. Cross Alan McEvoy Dale Education, General Elementary Social Science Commerce w.A.A., s.c.A., c.s.T.A. l Beatrice Lee Dalton Lucile J. Danielson Art, Special Secondary Education, General Elemei Robert G. Daniel Bioloy . Zeta u Graduate 54 i , i Vera Irene Davenport Aloysia .Denman Education, General Elementary Speech, Special Second Kappa Delta Pi, C.S.T,A. Evelyn l. De Freitas Education, General Elementary C.S.T.A., Phrateres, KiPri l i l I A 4 l 1 Roberta M. Denny Amalia Deil James Fred Donleavey, .lr. Ruth E. Firsick ucatian, Kind-Primary German Commerce Education, General Elementary Diana Jean Dill Barbara L. Dibble Education, General Elementary Ben C. Finney Political Science W.A.A., S.C.A., Phrateres Psychology-Philosophy Robert G. Fisher Kiersti Franklin Bill B. French Howard T. Fulton Geology Social Science Education, General Elementary Chemistry Tokalon, A.W.S., Phrateres Louis Carl Foote Max D. Fraser Marian R. Fuchs Geology Biology Education, General Elementary KiPri, A.W.S. Luncheon Club Student Council Herbert Futrell Clarence Fred Geiger Commerce Chemistry Associated Students Chi Pi Sigma, Pres. Student Presidents' Ass. Barbara L. Gear Education, General Elementary . :f:lfQ?5??W1S ,, ,.. . ,W -ffm-:Y ' -'J 'ii' ',2.:Z45W"x' 81.4535 c Q' 2' Qt: :tj ii":'4t.',v-9,4 vw oir'P"i"'+Iw, ' i '31 s"wifv.Sm5M9:5..f:2:i -wwf ' v'-f.1.j'6?4Ei1QfQffe-N5 Anita C. Goeden E. Aaron Glanzer lucation, General Elementary Speech Psi Chi Iota, Newman Club Omicron Sigma Pi Lillian Goergizian Education, General Elementary Helen Jane Goble Margaret H. Gould Donald Grant Lorraine Haddock Education Speech Social Science Education, Kind-Primo Sigma Phi Gamma, Phrateres Psi Chi Iota . . S.C.A. F. Louis Gomes Social Science I A A, C.S T A. Relation Mu Aloha Delta, Eta Sigma Chi Benito E. Grant Barbara Jane Green lnterfraternity Council Biology Education, Kind-Primary Ruth Wilma Halford Esther Minerva Hall Cathleen C. Hansen Kenneth Baird Haslam Homemaking Homemoking, Special Secondary English Education, Physical Educa Omega Xi Ongcnnn,.A,W.S. Secretory Gen. Jr. High, Special Seco o eglan Helen Jane Hall Education, General Elementary Florence Hancock General Junior High Yukiko Hasegawa Education C.S.T.A., Band, Pres. Outdoor Club Commerce . i,5fi'f 1 ' ti' my ,'.' N- iwee 1 ,rj ,,-A z., 6 ddudfe s 'X A - 56 Robert Hayes Jane L. Heidt Education Education, General Elemenl Virginia E. Hedman Education, General Elementary , 4, Kathryn Herring Geography and Geology lrma Mae Hlnsberger Education, General Elemenl A.W.S. President, Alpha Tr Tokalon John C. Herring, Jr. Commerce Beta Kappa, Alpha Delta Gamma Commerce Club , I Carl l-lobe Grover Donald Hughes Sydney Jacobsen Marian Lucille Jarman Sganish Physics Social Science Speech, Special Secondary O Delta i, Engineers' Club Engineers' Club S,C,A,, Internatignql Relations Varsity Track Robert Melvin Hunter Journalism Anne F. .Ianiigian Shirley Mildred Holmes Beta Kappa, N.S.F.A., Education, General Elementary Education lnterfraternity Council Kappa Delta Pi, Tokalon, The Key Emma Louise Jenkins John E. Jessup Richard Kangas George F. Kemble Education Commerce Education, General Elementary Commerce Willard Harold Johnson Mary M. Kasai Education Music, Special Secondary Elaine B. Jensen Pres. Kappa Delta Rho, Rally Com. Pianoforte, Phrateres Social Science lnterfraternity Council Japanese Students' Club Richard Kennedy Conway B. Lanford Commerce Journalism Alpha Delta, Newman Club Legislative Commissioner, Blue Key Student Council Beta-Kappa Agnes Helen Kleiwer Homemaking, Special Secondary Omicron Sigma Pi, Psi Chi lota 522-gi, 31 .1 , be 'fjqi,.,:x5, l-"5f',qj,'. me ul 4,,,. s-',iev'f .ic ir ln K Wigs, iv ev- 'f 1940 1591'Y::',s"."s1"-if' if EW: isewlief-ill'-fits -Fi-2-.11 t Bm' :mfr :ef -X 1 Z5l 'f'4,i1' Shirley Bell Lanford LloEyd Gordon Leighton Biology Physical ducation, Spec. Secondary Albert R. Lawless Physical Education, Spec. Secondary Blue Key, Varsity F, Alpha i 57 Dorothy Lew Ruth Lorena Likely June Lindner Virginia A. Lohman Biology Biology Education, General Elementary Education, General Element Besley Lewis Evelyn Florence Linscheid Tokalon, Kappa Delta Pi, S.C.A. President Stanley E. Lindquist Education, General Elementary Education, General Elementary Education, General Elementary General Junior High Thelma Virginia Londgreen Charles A. Macdonald Education, General Elementary Commerce Alpha Theta, Tokalon Alpha Delta Gamma, German Club Student Body Historian Leanne Lukens Arthur W. Martin, Jr. Education, General Elementary Industrial Arts Kappa Delta Pi, C.S.T.A., Chorus Engineers' Club ,.,L ,A 3 , 5 pei-' 5 i - .,,.e.,.m'q: " ,, M--gi 2: .'1..w,..I : - ,9- r assi X if .ef 32 58 Joseph F. Maslowski Eugene Maxwell Industrial Arts Biology Alice N. Maxwell , Education I Glenn R. Maxwell George A. McConnell, Jr Commerce Education, General Elemen' President, Lutheran Students Frank J. McCIurg, Jr. Journalism Football, Basketball, Blue Key Eugene McCreary Charles A. McNeil Social Science Social Science Pi Gamma Mu, The Key, Caravan Ivan Alonzo McMiIlin Education, P. E.: General Junior High, Special Secondary G.S.T.A., S.C.A., Basketball James B McP:ke Grace M Meredith Wellnam D Mllcluell John Morrison Commercial Educatlon General Elementary Blology Educahon General Elementary Clarence H Morrison Music Lols E Menard Hazel S Mills Befa Kappa Pres Student Council Educaflon General Elementary Speech Inferfraternlty Councnl Leola M Moxsy Margaret Elizabeth Murphy Karl L ljlewlan Educatlon General Elementary Soclal Science English Omega Xu Omlcron Tokalon The Key Slgma Tau Della, Sfudent Court Sigma Delta Pl '54 4 vgwleq? 'iislfxli .N r,,. 59 Maurehonna E. Olson Sumiko lda Otomo John David Otto James R. Cadmus Pork English Commerce Education, General Elementary History Sigma Tau Delta, Phrateres Omicron Sigma Pi, S.C.A. Japanese Students' Club Atsuko Ono Commerce The Key, Pi Gamma Mu Agnes Jean Otto Furn Parker Japanese Students' Club Education, General Elementary Commerce Jean B. Patton Eugene A. Peterson Bernardine E. Phillips Lloyd B. Pipes French Journalism Education, General Elementary Chemistry The Key, Sigma Delta Pi Collegian Editor, Campus Staff German Club, Eta Sigma 4 President French Club The Key Chemistry Lab. lnstructo Mary Sophia Petersen Florence A. Pereira Biology Lucile F. Pimentel Education, General Elementary Tokalon Pres.: Orchesis Pres. Education, General Elementary F.T,A., Art Center, W.A.A. The Key Phrateres, KiPri, Newman Club Alfred I. Pollock Lucille Poole Commerce Education Margaret M. Pomerantz English Sigma Tau Delta, French Club Phrateres i ,l . ff , xws, W-mf... Q ..., .V ' H lv. .r . -y,:---xref?-f afstsif-:..s,ff2:,. - ., fi . -. --.M y,,.v,., -at Sit-A: M2-.xdrf S , .ft ' 6'raa'uafe ,fxw rt 1 Vivian Proctor Q Hubert Roe Education, General Elementary Education. General Elem Kappa Delta Pi, C.S.T.A. President,Ser1i0r CIO W.A.A. Board Kappa Delta Pi, Presi 6G .John L. Prueitt Education, General Elementary Zeta Mu, C.S.T.A., Student Council l Vi Alpha, Drama, Blue Key rgil E. Rasmussen William A. Reed Wayne Riggs Clifford W. Rowlee Commerce Commerce Industrial Arts Education, General Elementary Marguerite Rauch Commerce U Charles F. Raus, Jr. Linda S. Regensburger Sigma Phi Gamma, Rally Committee Commerce Education, General Elementary A.W.S. Luncheon Club George Sadoian Nicolas E. Sandoval Edward L. Schamel Robert E. Sears Chemistry Biology Political Science History ngineers' Club, German Club Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi Blue Key, Pres, Junior Class Spanish Club Student Body Yell Leader Muriel V. Schmeiser James E. Samuel Social Science Speech Mltsuko Sayegusa Delta Kappa, Tokalon Beta Kappa, Varsity Football Commerce Secretary Student Body ' Clara E. Shafer Viola M. Skelton silcal Education,'Spec. Secondary Homemaking Delta Pi, Pi Epsilon .S. Luncheon Club Margie Elma Sherron Education, General Elementary Pres, Psi Chi Iota, Tokalon President Pan Hellenic ' v Le - slie Clark Smith Mary Sola Commerce Education The Key Earl D. Sohm History Pres. The Key, Pres, Junior Class Pres. Sigma Tau Junne Spang Mary Virginia Spencer David A. Stadtner -Pauline D. Stone Biology Music, Special Secondary Biologv Education, General Elemer Pianotorte, A Cappella French Club College Band 1 i Sarah J. Spencer Marjorie M. Spuhler Lionel. S. Steinberg Education Education, General Elementary Social Science Alpha Theta, Rally Committee Omicron Sigma Pi, S.C.A. Commissioner of Finance . Secretary Summer School international Relations Club Student Body President pro tem l Anna D. Storms La Verne Swift Mary L. Thomas Frank S. Thompson Education, General Elementary Education, General Elementary Education Geology C.S.T.A., KiPri, W.A.A. l Dorothy Mary Sullivan Shizuo Takayama Education, Kind-Primary Commerce Tokalon, Pres. Phrateres Alpha Delta Gamma, Pi Gamma Mu Charles B. Thompson Student Council Japanese Students' Club Music, Special Secondary 6 ,M.W,--we . .wswefN ' it-ziggy wwf . ay, ,. adudfe ,:'3.lg,xg2 3. ' sf 3: 'A ...M V, ...se , .Q fa lgszif ,, Z, W, f-,, 62 Louis Tomori Lillian M. Tripp Music Homemaking, Special Seco Pres. Chess Club, Pianoforte S.C.A., Phrateres, Omicron Si French Club l Dorothy N. Torp Education, General Elementary , Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi Pres. Pan Hellenic ll l l I 1 l Gene Donald Tully Alma Pratt Walken Education, General Elementary Education, Speech, General tary, General Jr, High, Secondary Rex Tyner Education, General Elementary l l 1 Patricia M. Walsh Cleo L. Whitener Esther M. Wilkinson William Wilson Wmkleman Art Social Science Philosophy-Psychology Economics Richard S. Wilkins Max R. Williamson Social Science Journalism Jack Leroy Walton Mu Alpha Delta, Treasurer Editor, 1940 Campus, Collegian Music Senior Class, lntra-Mural Basketball Staff, Alpha Phi Gamma Marlon F Winton Phyllis Anne Wood Marion Susan Young George Patterson Zebal Music Special Secondary Education- Music. SDGCIUI 59C0ndUfY Geolo9Y Piqnoforte Vice-president Junior Class Pianoforte, A Cappella Pres. Alpha Theta International Relations Vernon Madison Young Chemistry Eleanor A, Wise Jeannette lone Young Pres. Chi Pi Sigma Art Education Chemistry Lab. Instructor Sembrs Wlifrouf Plkfafes Clyde Beakley English Martherla Beal Nursing Nita A. Blayney Ed. B. in Education' Pearl W. Brooks Education Elizabeth Warren Brown Education, General Elementary Jane Alway Collins Education Jessie Eliza Cooper Ed. B. in Education' Margaret Elizabeth Cox Education, General Elementary Gail B. Driver Industrial Arts Harry Fabri Commerce Frances L. Forrester Education Frank F. Gould Commerce Vesta Hall Ed. B. in Education' Coris M. Hamilton Education Miriam L. Holmes Education, General Elementary Dan L. Jensen Lucille A. Mand Education Kathryn H. Mason Social Science Virginia Obwald Mathematics Bette J. Peak Education, General Elementary Priscilla K. Phillips Education Evelyn F. Prinz Music, Special Secondary Nell W. Robb Ed. B. in Education' Alice Louch Roth French Milton V. Sarkisian Biology Florence Schmidli Education Marvin C. Sherrill Industrial Arts Doris D. L. Steele Ed. B. in Education' Agneeta Sturgill Commerce Ann L. Toddhunter Education Jack Van Epps Physical Education Nola Cunningham Whitley Commerce English Arthur H. Johnson t Vladimir Wuyacich Education, Gen. Elem., Gen. Jr. High PhY5lCCll SCIGHCG Guillermo Mangaaang 'All A. B. degrees except those Political Science marked -125 is 5 : " i. 7' -.11--:gt iiiilgg iii. FK , on , ,.,,. .-..,. ., ,. we 1 .. iiefHii:'i "1 .-nf'ffj?Y'.fg....5s +-fi? f I. ls ci. i if f -.-el--., - 1940 ','1QP'zf.Mf:W:S ...iz , . ' 0 A M" W' . ' 63 - .,.. .- QW , .,,,w..-,,,,,2.. . ff-ave-Kw2,s.fX rvaww 1, :L z We -mc, N wB.s2,fsy,v- .f ,. 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J' ,.,, ' - E5 ' W' . 5 ' ., 'K -v-VV' if-A , V - 31 an 'iw gk 3 ' . if .V w . ' 1' -ig . -V 5 V, 7' ,,-pA...,-iq qtgf, , 1 .- nj' rd -,VL - l - Q . V .,2V.,' ,. 4f..i,1:, if V. '- -B H - ' . A , xl f 1 A ilil,'.PQ-f V V ,. J V Q., 0-yi-.5hZVi-K, K.. . . "" 'Q--1' -VV V , . 1 ...V " """'i " Q' ' "" .V . VV "'az::ET1-:TV Lf 4""""'t1'+ I - 'VV' ' 'M' X ,u ' ' KV V ' ' I' ' - . V ' 2 -N us "" 5 - f. ' L rwmk-,,p,."1" Yr' 'V' ' ' , j NK' - ' 1 - . , - sg, ,ff 1215- l jv1A..t':v!-.digg F i V- W w., V .. , .. V- ' jg x , ""2:1""' t JP' -'rfwpu . 4 Summer Sesslbn I The year i939 marked the silver anniversary session of the Fresno State College Sierra Summer School. Faculty administration again was in the hands of Dr. Mitchell P. Briggs, dean ot the summer school. An open-air student body election in the Forest Theatre put into office Ted Mulcahy, president, Marjorie Bartram, vice-president, and Sarah Spencer, sec- retary. The AWS and AMS groups, sponsors of many extra-curricular activities, were presided over by Eliza- beth Murphy and Jack M ul k e y, respectively. The Sierran, mimeo- graphed student weekly, was edited by Con Lanford. 1 1 X, vii? 0 Two-hundred and eighty students attended the awning-covered open air classes at Huntington Lake during the l939 session. "Don't spend all your spare time on the beach," counselled Dean Briggs in his opening address, but he well knew that it would become the favorite study hall of the students. When the six weeks were over, most collegians remembered many study hours there, had memories of boat riding on the placid lake in the moon- light, silhouettes around a campfire at a weiner roast, gay and none too quiet parties in Deer Creek, sunburned noses, and recollections of those queer people who got up at 6 o'clock tor a morning swim in the icy lake. The consensus was that with the titty to seventy-tive dollars invested in a summer session you learn more and have more fun in the process than with double that amount spent elsewhere in "gettin' larnin'." .K-.n-fx -f 3 , 5 nf. . ,. .- .. Q Vg, . I ' ' ..- H V Q. ,, :sn mf- -H+' Q-M13--1 6 , VL 4 s'V 5' X' I' I . ,," , ' , ffm ' ,,--,g,L ' YN: V Fifi MF, .A 4- - -.. fi., . , Ki-Klux f .4 "f.7a,:. , . I x 'y , ,ur fag.. 4144, ,,. 4-.u 31 Hx . , ,,-J' 'Mi' ,v a .X 4 -Qs. 1 D, -1, TEE , 43-1 42.2- , - 4..i2A"",' , . Ni - All -4 , f IR N' , 1 '-f'f'2 I I 1 4 1 V' 'ii 51.13" 'a-vu l' 2.51 ww- . . -. -4. - ,-ay-:.J,,-.I,',.- . , -.1---+1 --.43-w.L-f--5 if -,...... H., ,Maw-fr-few wwf. X 'Elf 4 ...A 5 . A .Mg ..,,x. . 4' 'l :' 7 . 'H H .VV 4 LH W1 ,1-1 . my 1 il ! f ,J '1 H "F Vx xg .J i , , I 1 .f yu 'a I 1 i: -! 1 ,.g,-p .-9 ,..-1. I , Nw fv . 1 4 4. Wg, ,mi ., 4- H - GF! ,-Q... .rf L 4, X mu,--' ..-L.- - f My r ' ".x.J Ji'- ' ' ' fj A L-Mi I Assemblies, hikes, steak-bakes, and numerous dances keynoted the student administration ot Tod Mulcahy, but these were only the nucleus of many extra-curricular activities. Boat racing, horseshoe tournies, and intramural baseball games added to the interest ot sport lovers. Hikes and educational assemblies were sponsored by the faculty, while the 1395 .Q -5, ,5 1 .5 fx - c llxf AWS and AMS each presented a stu- dent-directed farce. Jack Quisenberry, Mason Corner, and Wes Craven starred in the "Three Live Ghosts," a three-act play directed by Joe King and presented at night in the open-air Forest Theatre. A "boob orchestra," gathered together and led by Arthur Bryon, was received with no little acclaim by the student body. w.. fa . 2155: " N W W lr 1 1 ..4-f"f' .,-ff , ,,'-1" 5 44,,f::" i,,,,- , 1 ,J H Y fi. 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Hubert Rae, Fraternities. Collins McPherson, Assistant. Willard Johnson, Assistant. Elizabeth Murphy, Sororities. Ralph Melikian, Staff Photographer Alan Turnbull, Assistant. McPherson Park Rae Dunn Turnbull P d H Dwight Barnes, Sports Editor. Grace Goergizian, Assistant. Ed Piston, Assistant. Miriam Boney, Women's Sports. Anne Jonjigian, Senior Editor. Grace Kaloostian, Assistant. Mary Janjigian, Music Editor. Ellen Bennett, Drama Editor. Owen Stebbins, Summer School Joyce Duncan, Publications. Eleanor Class, Della Pedroncelli, Eileen Dunn, Staff Assistants. Barnes Kaloostian Goergizian Johnson Peterson Boney Duncan Hein 'lb' Murphy Stebbins Class Janiigian Bunch Eugene Peterson Jim Harkness Fall Editor Spring Editor Lionel Steinberg Business Manager felfeglhn Fall Semester Eugene Peterson, Editor. Conway Lanford, Managing Editor. James Harkness, Bob Smith, Joe Hin- man, Leo Bunch, Max Williamson, Editorial Board. Owen Stebbins, Dwight Barnes, Sports Editors. Jack Hansen, Asst. Sports Editor. Lyndon Park, Society Editor. Ellen Bennett, Women's Editor. Kerme Anderson, Feature Editor. Merritt Crayne, Stott Artist. Lionel Steinberg, Business Manager. Earl Sohm, Advertising Manager. Harry Bell, Asst. Advertising Manager. Della Pedroncelli, Circulation Manager. Reportorial Staff: Lorraine Andrew, Anna Marie Cur- ran, Eileen Dunn, Buford Georges, Angel Khushigian, Russ Leadabrand, Mary Joe Mikesell, Dick Momson, Roy Plog, Lucia Pratt, Dan Cartago, Eli Pavlovich, Clem Clark, Barbara Davis, John Meredith, Barbara Parker, Joyce Duncan, Helen Reim- er, Rosemary Selland, Jean Kauten- berg, Betty Sheehan. ou en er Radka i ese unc urro L f d K I C T 9 K t b g P d ll Selland Janigan Hinman Mk ll B h C Spring Semester James Harkness, Editor. Bob Smith, Managing Editor. Grubb Ed Owensby, Associate Editor. Williams Jack Hansen, Sports Editor. ' Kerme Anderson, Feature Page Editor. Jeanette Corzine, Women's Page Editor. Lionel Steinberg, Business Manager. Reportorial Staff: Owen Stebbins, Con Lanford, Anna Marie Curran, Barbara Parker, Eileen Dunn, Dorothy Ferson, Ruth Schwabenland, Jeanne Hargraves, Mary Jo Mikesell, Dick Momson, Dan Cartago, Barbara Davis, John Meredith, Helen Reimer, Rosemary Selland, Jean Kautenberg. Sports Staff: Michael Janigan, Ed Piston, Dean St. John, Clem Clark, Al Radka, Tom Letizio, Buford Georges. Business Staff: Earl Sohm, Advertising Manager, Mike Janigan, Lorraine Mouradick, Ed Owensby, Bill Ryan, Vernon Un- derwood, Don Walker. Owensby Duncan Ander Davis Barnes Parker D H s Bnk Sh S h abenland Pk Clk Bennett Walke Stebbins M C Il C OFIFIB Smith Dunn Steinberg Kautenberg Dfrecrory ,fnww '1w,.H-W, www ,-.-J. tw ,W Earl Sohm Editor Handbook Editor: Earl Sohm. Assistant Editors: James Harkness Lionel Steinberg. Staff: Della Pedroncelli, T. Elton Fore- man, Jane Mott, Jean Kautenberg, Joe Hinman, Bob Smith. Directory Editor: Earl Sohm. Assistant Editor: Lionel Steinberg. Staff: James Harkness, Eileen Dunn Bob Sears, Della Pedroncelli. H k Pedroncelli Smith -fa. Mott Sears I Thomas Carlile Editor Editor: Thomas Carlile. Editorial Board: Joyce Duncan, Eu gene McCreary, Della Pedroncelli, Eugene Peterson, Maybelle Web ster. ' Art Staff: Grace Goergizian, Della Ped roncelli. Business Manager: Ernest Benck. Caravan Peterson Pedroncelli 1 .T ' W, 4 ' " - M , V Duncan McCreary Webster Benck .Jes , 'ff' -'.. ' -,'L ,W My vA . 1 -Q U ,W , '35 Q. 1 1 . . . ,. 4 . AY., .Q T 34- EW- I I V I ' N ' , - ' 'iq , I , , , 3 K' ,. A . .,,. I :.- A - V - , - x -ws' 1 ' ,L V V Y E t . fx V U - ,K , W " ' , L -' 1215 A 5 ' A - , V . 'Se I .wa ,,, , M - .. ,- X354-, Nj-my 76-j , f , . k,P v- . f Lf 5 "K -. J V"i4 , ,a -' , 'f "' ' .XM n V U4 ' ' nf . Avy vp.: -- 1. '- KIV, Q 4. ' f ' ' . 1 I p ,S kg il q. . . -I f., If , ' ' . . -'fu -1: . 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Fred McGrew. Women's clubs, P-TA's and high schools were also stumped by the college platformen. Dual debate meets, which are not judged, were held with Modesto J. C., U. C. at Davis, and Stanford. In March a three-day tournament in Los Angeles was attended by a local contingent. More than half a dozen college speakers, representing as many Cam- pus groups, entered the lnter-organiza- tional Oratorical Contest in the middle of May. The ten-minute speeches were ! 1 JT Forensfbs on a variety of topics. The object of the contest, according to McGrew, was "to give general student speaking talent a chance for expression." Active in forensic activities have been Otto Berg, Alleon Noble, Stan Levy, Jim Lindsey, lrving Fine, Everette Berberian, Ben Finney, Con Lanford, Ervin Austin, Elodymae Bryant, Annette Medefind, Hazel Gonser, Helen Pearson and Bob Sears. LCVY BGFDGFIOH Fine Lindse McGrew Gonser Noble Carta , V1 , an zen, X, f N . , f 1w5w:5x?K,,a:,., 3, wfy, wgy- 1? 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L ' 1 11 '. xx H LK 's 5 7 xzgbf' 'ff :ii -1.-1.41-.'f'Ni, .-'Hi 1r3jj,5,-!:.,,Q 4 Ill 1 fm 1 ,uw ur 1 ,l.'L','fTi2 4 If fz:'f'.-' Y A v , - Lx,--rr: .1 :,4 v r I , 1 ,.414UP2f.fag1:,.b--'-' 'K :fg:5z..2Fft'3 - rf ',','..---" 6 ,,...,..f Y... I,-. J. W. Wright Executive Director The Playboase O According to Executive Director J. W. Wright, "this has been a quiet year in the Playhouse." An outstanding event, however, was the formation of two new clubs for Playhouse members: Empathy tor women students in the division, Bronze Buckle for men. At the moment, members are furnishing a small clubhouse on the east side of the Playhouse. At an important mid-year meeting, the Board of Playhouse Control voted to remove the regular ten-cent charge tor theatre programs, and to open the Red Room to students during play per- tormances. Among projected activities for next year: a department of cinematography, which will produce a newsreel of cam- pus atfairs as its first attempt in celluloid. Board of Playhouse Control Craven, Taylor, Witwer, Lanford, Arthur Safstrom, Anderson W Harkness, Phillips, King, Paiva, Steinberg, Wright Joseph King Bernice Po f Charles Taylor Ji 43 i J , .. 5,2 rf: 5 'Q L I-' 79 1 . ,wer YE- st Broffzer Rat 0 Off to a good start was the drama season at Fresno State when Joseph King presented "Brother Rat," a rol- licking comedy of military school life. One thousand six hundred and eleven were ajtlmitted during the nine-day run of the play, setting a new high in attendance records at the Playhouse. Glenn Gooder and Doris Hess en- acted the leading roles, ably assisted by Virginia Hess, Betty Rice, Thelma Bell, Hazel Gonser, J a c k Quisenberry, Wesley Craven, William R. Mitchell, Kerme Anderson, Clayton Neel, Arleigh McConnell, Leo Nieto, Merritt McGa- han, Pershing Olson, Mason Corner and Bennie Odell. i -imgyy 1 Ni fir .s,Q,sj'-,gi --.iff-ig I Glenn Gooder again starred in the second play of the season, this time as "Danny," the psycopathic murderer in "Night Must Fall." The slow, creeping horror ot the play was emphasized by "mood music" and unusual technical effects, including a disembodied court justice whose "head" spoke the pro- logue. CThe costume department later revealed that the judge's elegant wig had once been a floor mop.i Others sharing honors with Gooder were Isabelle Booth, Betty Rice, Mason Corner, Esther Smith, Elinor Mitchell, Doris Rankin and Jack Quisenberry. The play was produced by Joseph King, with Charles Taylor assisting as Tech- nical Director. Klllkvf erbocker Hob' ay O Early announcements from the Playhouse promised that a "a particu- larly outstanding production" would climax the season. That this was no overstatement was proved when J. W. Wright presented Maxwell Anderson's "Knickerbocker Holiday," with next year's student president, Al Radko, in the leading role. Although this was not the first Anderson drama to be shown to Play- house audiences C"l-ligh Tor" was an acclaimed success of last yearl, it marked the first use of dramatized poetry in a Fresno State play. The sets were built on different levels to accom- modate an unusually large cast of 43. w 'J lla Johnson ix 1, z ' -,jx 'J , r .rw -- gm Nw v H N my Nw ,X A I ' ' l . ' X ,r deign U 1' V I-il FLY: ' 1 I - f - q., .ff W--ffA -1 ' - ' ' we-'fnfrf . WJ sf, -V i H D Y 45 .,...,.,. . 3.453554-:'i.5 W IN? M 1 1, ,x :gin ' L ' ' , JI- Y , ' if X ., 1 ,. 4- , ,. ,gg ' Y . -1' ft -- v f f" " . 'fn M A -. ew. a f X. jx. 33 - N mmm s , . .ga L1 ,aff f ' :fir A-fff"uiwf it ' - nf V-if T' F! ' 'f f,-LJ,,,,.:...' P I ' " "' ' I si w ,q1,a1 ,, 5 1 ',!' " . 7-f Wq5 t X , My A-',x' , Q, K A. H w w EW , X.. 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'fy QQ" A5?0'0ff' ,www--fs 5 U4- x ig. . , YQ.. Q. Q- Bofambal 6ara'ens QD- z Bofambal Ga den ski-1E'QQ'lET limi! gg,-r'-'D ,Aw- I ,g W 5- Ps 'gg' .g1g,'1 ,5'4w'57L.'. e1,1f11:21Qg, x Qfkwf?-?f'in:??3' , . ...pw- ,.1- A wgwffygs , W W Ek aw ,, H 5 lift m SA a 2' a 1 nh 1 Y 52 59,213+ if 1: .V ii ' V - ii N, 44 it n e 'Q :- team W N .. ,, i -up Wight Bradshaw I-Ianner Barleske Beatty ,. . Q b, Ae. VQJQU wwf 1qzfA,WsffQ1:ses Si. ty-gggt,wgtge, Coacfuhg 5' aff Board of Athletic Control Back row-Harkness, Canfield, ichairmani , Lewis. Front row-Satstrom, Futrell Wight, Steinberg, Thomas. I Lfg ..-f""4' Pc: . If 'N , 'z 1. and 5. Q iv J ' A I '13 +G? A 4,1 L -nv-'rx F 1. 2 M H fl W1 I Q5 r A --Iv '. I I I S 5 , , A Q wx-.fp vs,.,v,,,n-,MQWQ yy X43-uw :- Q59 " WA NfbQ"vf:52i3 2 Q':.?,'? H'-ir'fQif 5 .4558 'kb-' 'f .. 4 fy-QQMXQQQZQSQRT1ag.Q:SekTQav-f1fXwik??l,:, Season In Rewbw A 4: 'Y -' tn-1: was ffisf7xEv.'ffw N, . . . ,, W5 I Piling up 244 points to their oppon- ents' 98, the Bulldog football team, under the direction of Head Coach Jimmy Bradshaw and Line Coach Stan Borleske, and skippered by Nick Bronzan, had a successful season both at home and abroad. Up to the time of the Thanksgiving Day massacre the Fresno State gridders had romped through eight games un- defeated in a season spotted with injur- ies and bad breaks. Opening with the Texas School of Mines, the Bradshawmen showed only fair early season form as they were out- played but got the breaks to win lO to 7. As the season progressed the team- work improved and the scores became more one-sided. Led by Vernon Hum- phrey, a substitute who averaged better than four yards per play, the Fresnans tripped up Santa Barbara i3 to 7 on the southern field. ln a game in which almost every man played, the Bulldogs outgained Nevada four-to-one to win 45 to O. Although Nevada was weak., the Cardinal and Blue Gridders showed much improve- ment in form and team-work. This was truer in the next game with the Cali- fornia Ramblers, whomthey beat 28 to 7. By the time they got up against the University of San Francisco, t h e Fresnans were able to outgain the Bay City boys 2-to-l and outscore them 2l to 2. 7 ii ii We W"- -sa fi L ll 2.62 . vi ln the traditional battle with the College of Pacific, the Bulldogs out- played the Tigers but didn't get the breaks and were only able to eke out a 7 to O win. ln the next two games the Fresno State squad played inspired ball to win 27-13 over Whittier, on the southern field, and 27-13 over Portland University. That was the end of the winning streak as the next opponent was San .lose on Thanksgiving Day, who won over the local boys 42 to 7. ln this game all teamwork disappeared during the first quarter. The only man to live through the slaughter was Plunging Bob Petersen who garnered 137 of the 165 yards made by the Raisin City team . . . an average of 9.7 yards per play. lmmediately following the game the squad left for the Hawaiian Islands where they played the University of Ha- waii andthe Healani Athletic Club. ln spite of the long trip, the Roving Bull- dog was able to lick the University 38 to 2 and the Club 21 to 6. Two of the reasons for the high scoring of the Bulldogs were Jack Mul- key and Bob Petersen. Mulkey was the high scorer of the season, accumulating 57 points. His educated toe booted 20 out of an attempted 25 conversions. End Mulkey wound up the year in a blaze of glory, earning a Little All- America berth. 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EW 'R -f ', X Bdskefbdll M - 21' O Competing in both the Far Western Conference and the California Colle- giate Athletic Association leagues, the Fresno State College Bulldog basketball squad wound up in the cellar of one league and in third place in the other. Under the direction of newly ap- pointed Head Hoop Coach Hal Beatty, the squad got off to a slow start. The combination of this and many bad breaks caused defeats in every C.C.A.A. tilt. All but two of the games in the league were lost by a margin of a few points. ln the F.W.C. play the Bulldog ca- saba tossers ended their season at Stockton with a bang by trouncing the Tiger outfit twice in a row. Before the series it was thought that it would be another battle for the cellar position but by virtue of the two wins the Fresnans were able to pull into third place. San Jose State College - - 49 Fresno State College - - - 43 San Jose State College - - 45 Fresno State College - - - 36 Santa Barbara State - - - 29 Fresno State College - - - 27 Santa Barbara State - - - 32 Fresno State College - - - 29 McCall Orchard Acker Hi Chico State College - - - 31 Fresno State College - - - 29 Chico State College - - - 43 Fresno State College - - - 42 University of Nevada - - - 50 Fresno State College - - - 52 University of Nevada - - 48 Fresno State College - - - 4'l Luckin Kaufman Leighton Petropulos California Aggies - - - 40 Fresno State College - - - 31 California Aggies - - - 39 Fresno State College - - - 33 College of Pacific ---- 43 Fresno State College - - - 51 College of Pacific - - - 33 Fresno State College - - - 47 Kennedy Offen Kish Petersen .-sif,.i2J.s'+.'4 f- .fig g Varsity Baseball 0 During the l94O season, the Fresno State baseball varsity, coached by Stan Borleske, won I3 and lost l l games. Leading batters and their averages were Angelo Petropulos .395, Ervin Austin 338, Charles Rudolf .325 and Stewart "Bus" Bachtelle .3lO. In addition to their hitting, Petropu- los, Austin and Bachtelle patroled the outer gardens and fulfilled the major pitching assignments. From behind the plate, Findley Up- ton, extra base hit specialist, handled the pitchers capably. The initial sack was guarded by Ru- dolph who fielded consistently. Coming up with a fielding play of what looked like a sure hit, Chet Stein- hauer retired many a rival and at bat punched out timely hits. Toby Lawless, playing his last sea- son for the Bulldogs, covered a great deal of territory at shortstop. Acting as team manager, Captain Roy Bergazzi also scooped them in at the hot corner. Willie Spring, Jack Roth and Oliver Bidwell alternated in covering center field. ln the role of relief pitcher, Sherril Van Lanningham turned in creditable performances. All the above mentioned and Ray Egelhofer received awards. 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M , , A ' .X E ax' as H G m 1' nr 3 M E 'E ga lla H5' -Y? 2' Q95 V. wf.:+3'N.iA if-,2'kSQ'l2Z5?f.31 , -f'2V::2ff-Gil' ffffS?f"'1:,.-a.f .as 564500 In Rewbw X. -IN -i ' -. ,G ii. l ,, j M-E W -. jj was l - u Y Y 'll 1 .. l' ln . is H. it lt TQ Q l. l. will High Scorer Bobby Madrid O A well balanced Bulldog track squad under the direction of J. Flint Hanner, held its own in i940 national competition and won two conference titles. Highest individual honors went to Bobby Madrid, undefeated in confer- ence mile and two-mile competition. Alva Collier, high jumper, hurdler, and broad jumper, came through in from two to four events per meet. The Kees- ling twins, Floyd and Lloyd, were consis- tent winners in the quarter and half- mile races. Veteran Tommy Nelson was out most of the season because of in- juries. A host of weight men, headed by Shot-putters Ed Lawton and Dave Skin- ner, Discus-tossers Herschel Holtzclaw and Gordon Davis, and Javelin-thrower Leonard Sundahl, bulwarked the Bull- dogs on the field. Joe Little was a consis- tent high jump winner, and little George Hofman established himself as second only to Warmerdam in the annals of Fresno State pole vaulters. if :V uv usual Nw m , 1 gg W uw uw Um 3 uw uw -V. .w::,.1v' ' afi,g,ig'1zYWQe LW .hi -Qs.. ww., xr, .. zznmzwmz . , ' , an D bgo 5' are fo!! ge . 54 Fresno fra e College . . A 2' ' M 5? mf. w xx Collier 3 uv ww Wu? H E msg ,,Q1g,. N. :ww ng m QW m , .,.5.vwj51,Hy r v, QPQZAV' San Jose State follege . 55 Fres0o Stare Lbllege . .76 :xg-xwsaiyia ' ' Nm-hw-.-f - I 1 ' ,, '-4:17. m,..Y,, K. - Hofmon Skinner T h e K e Lloyd slings Floyd Dovis x .....86 Fresno Stare College . .45 n Chotten 1 "ii , . . 7 V . JV A HL Z ' - 4 ? 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Dual Meet Champs Nix Poo re Cook -.1 st' ' I ' ' ' , J A mf., - ::: ' his' asf we x 'riff L at Mm ,Rigger E21 il SE W 5 E it u- - - - , .-Q-. .-71. Y-,TA . , , .,-. M - - -et -Evil, X- --R 1r-,jiri-Ffjilji-?'f"?1T'ff:-.Q H ..-1, Ja- ,. . In . r i V - - , Us - 1 V'-time 1 E '55 f ' , 5 West Coast Relays I .S ' F :.E if in ---up l 'i' L iffy? L rlrlr 5. A, . , ,. H V - lie? "1 A f J. Flint Hanner First Miss in l4 Years an "" ' O ln this year's running of the West Coast Relays, for the second consecutive year, nothing approaching a world mark was established. Barring the absence of records, the meet was in all other respects as successful as its thirteen prede- cessors. Close competition in all three divisions was a meet feature, and nine Relays records, including two national junior college marks, were set up. Stanford University ended a long domination of team honors by the University of Southern California, outscoring the Trojans 70 5-6 to 63 l-3. Clyde Jeffrey's 9.5 hundred, double victories by weightman Stan Anderson, and firsts in four relays, the 440, 880, mile and two mile, brought the Indians their upset. The pole vaulting of former Bulldog Dutch Warmerdam ,world record holder, was an outstand- ing feature of the later part of the evening, while Bulldog George Hofman's l4 foot effort in the event provided a thrill for Fresno fans. ijif 5,81 JDJ? Lloyd and Floyd Baton Passing in Medley Relay Bobby Comes Home 1 Ili E ll J, V The Bosses Shaw Wins Mile Relay ,, . ,,. f 3'53 ., lf mi - V 1 A,-mm-Fm ,I s ? - l -W-ifiilel ,, W Kd :f,Y,4,.:.". , George, Hal, and Art 17 I V: ,, 3- ,. ,. - PY' 1' f- ,Z ::,:i'X1.'?5,.1,:'5.95wJw!f1JJ5,f f- Wesf Cbasfkelays Moore Edged by Zamperini Bakersfield Record Breakers Sprint Relay Champs Edison Wins in High Sc Events Century Champs Senior College Class Victors 'ff 5V if Xszqkhbxxvvg , Up ond Over Hofmon Second with 14 Foot Voult Hommel Hops Hurdles Another Win for Moore gji lleosuring in High School High School Timber Toppers Meet :MW "" ' .-A--A:"'.. view-3 -q :S ..,galz??rW'??,'fl .t 1.5.2 .GMRS- iffifftf-'i??f: .RNS-1ll2Sf:'1f"2f fimwfrsts. freshman Football Ef??5b""2If' " I . I Coached by Hal Beatty and cap- tained by Ray Patterson, the Bullpup footballers won three and lost one game during the l94O season. Starting slowly, the team dropped its first game of the season to Menlo Junior College, l3-O. As it gathered momentum, the squad was victorious in the remaining games, defeating in succession Taft Junior College, 2l-O, Modesto Junior College, l2-O, and Visalia Junior Col- lege, l3-6. Members of the team who received numerals were Roy Albright, Don Bolt, Wallace Carson, Ernie Chitwood, Bill Dickinson, Lyle Glenn, Alvin Gomes, Joe Jurkovich, Robert Meacham, Alex Novikoff, Captain Ray Patterson, Jim Plaugher, Bill Preston, Massey Santig- ian, Robert Shattuck, Roy Sherman, Roy Taylor and Floyd Wheat. mmf t i Sports TENNIS I F.S.C.'s l9-40 tennis team was com- posed of Dean St. John, Jack Clark, Jim Hammond, Bill Peterson, Walter Kraus, Kenneth Pheley, and Lloyd Leighton. GOLF O Competing in the F.W.C. the C.C. A.A. and with San Jose State, the Var- sity golfers, coached by Earl Wight, had a poor season. Both matches with the Spartans were lost. They also ran in both the F.W.C. and C.C.A.A. matches. ARCHERY O During the l94O season, archery was recognized as a minor sport for the first time. Mark Shipman set a new school record scoring 660 points in an American Round. Other team members were Frank Jenks, Phil Hartley, Ted Maurer and Edson Pyle. J' " "wr-.r ' 4 ' i fy"-."' .W-.1 F- .ss , Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno FCSTIO TENNIS RESULTS O Son Francisco J. C 6 Son Mateo J. C. 7 Modesto J. C. 9 Santo Rosa J.C. 3 San Jose State 2 Son Jose Sfote A, .,,::. W. .QM xi if .. ' E: L3N.,g':g' V, I Despite the tact that the Fresno State freshman track team, coached by Myron Anderson and Flint Hanner, dropped dual meets with Taft J. C. and Bakersfield J. C. and only placed sec- ond in a meet with Visalia, Porterville, Coalinga, and Reedley Jaysees, poten- tial varsity material was revealed. Included on the Bullpup squad were Frank Kebo, Jack Roberts, Ernie Chit- wood, Stuart Hunter, Bill Dickinson, Tom Craven, Jim Moore, George Hel- vey, Malcolm Shields, and Frank Snyder. Coach Myron Anderson Captain Robert Heeren ffefffmiiziiazlfiieraaff 5?f'fHV""13N-I 134 :NI iQ'RFW'f?161 'W' 41162864233 Q4 9,64 ,, WM We O The Bullpup hoopmen, coached by Kermit Koontz and Gib Rambo, emerged from one of the best seasons in history with 15 wins andgtwo losses. The record was: Reedley J. C. 48, Frosh, 34, Sanger High 18, Frosh 37, Edison Tech 28, Frosh 32, Fresno High 28, Frosh 35, Madera 16, Frosh 35, Fresno Tech 26, Frosh 24, Roosevelt 22, Frosh 34, Sanger 22, Frosh 27, Coalinga J. C. 26, Frosh 54, Selma 26, Frosh 58, Cal Aggie Frosh 24, Frosh 29, Cal Aggie Frosh 26, Frosh 27, Hyde's Drivein 28, Frosh 51, Edison 24, Frosh 39, and Edison 42, Frosh 44. 'f -.P O The varsity swimming team coached by Hal Beatty had much difficulty in getting competitors as interest was lacking in other schools. The team met the College of Pacific twice and com- peted in the C.C.A.A. meet. Competi- tion in the F.W.C. was not held. Team members were Kiff, Wells, Millar, Bar- stead, Pinckney, Weymouth, Turnbull, Plaugher, Black and Gibson. Ifarsxijv Swhnmlh ,,,,,2"' 25115 H-ax., gg- 51 v " ,f--97, 1,1.- ' , 'gnu kg ,ab E--,Mf . M, -,,'Q,, zwj,-,f., lm' amu al Sports Q' W' ' 2' 'K -QQW Nfwm, 'fi nu mix 6 IIA.. ng, 1 fu-ff - nur,-ni ' H.. zu , wmwf' Yr SS .-,qf3:'f,,. L .. .M ,- f ', f 'iw 1 ' ,.,,-if 4 W.,- Y 1 C f df: . ri1!l2f1f'1- " w' .X , , . -ff .vc-13,121-' ,Z 1.-. mf ,Af , -,,.,f A,- -, 5-..-g-, "fy V.. . . . - ' Women 's Affzlerlbs "'wj5j .:1, :Q :iffy R . rf--.5 f Y. ' V --as 0 The Women's Physical Education Department, usually thought of as the same thing as the Women's Athletic Association, is a regular Department of the college offering courses for majors and minors toward graduation and cre- dentials. The Women's Athletic Association is an organization which provides the sports minded woman the opportunity to participate in individual and group activities other than the regular physi- " c , 'i . lm it ' 5 cal education. To become eligible tor membership one must have participat- ed in one athletic activity. Mrs. Ruth D. Waterman was wel- comed back as head of this department after an absence ot several years. ,v . A - . ' ' ' .-. . l-wevl-.f ,. . ,rw ' ,we f.,,v,: l?':. ' ' fnggr 515-'-l.r,. - - .. .. . i f 1 ,gi 1. QE .fli 1 Women? Affzleflb Assoclhflbn 'f 'H' v "Beg :ftifir-. 4- .ay - 1' ' - 'fag .xwr"-1 ,. I With playdays, sports spreads, and various other activities, the W. A. A. kept very busy during the past year. 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St. John Dr. Charles Nowell Fall, 1939 President Earl Sohm Vice-President Thelma Londg reen Irma Mae Hinsberger Thelma Londgreen Jean Patton Atsuko Ono Eugene Peterson Virgil Rasmussen Otto Berg Forest Clingan Ben Ohannesian Mercedes White Elisabeth Simmons LaVerne Call Oscar Bacon Patricia Booras Leo Bunch Janette Brodie Francis Castleman Lindell Corbett Helen Crabtree Gladys Scheidt Wallace Webster Murphy, Clingan, Patton, Steinberg, Ono, Newton, Janiigian Call, Oharmesian, Londgreen, Peterson, White, Webster, Ostrom, Corbett, Counter Castleman, Olson, Hinsberger, Rasmussen, Cetti, Petersen, Fisk, Bunch, Pichetto Berg, Scheidt, Masten, Crabtree, McCreary, Putnam, Simmons, Smith, Brodie SPONSORS Dr. William Tucker Dr. Gertrude Billard OFFICERS Spring, President Bob Sears Vice-President Eugene McCreary MEMBERS SENIORS Earl Sohm Virgil Counter Elizabeth Fisk Eugene McCreary Robert Sears Lionel Steinbern Howard Wylie Leslie Smith Karl Newton Kathryn Mason Elizabeth Murphy Anne Janiigian JUNIORS Jesse Fishback Gail Hyne Malcolm Masten Jane Mott Pershing Olson Merilyn Ostrom Alba Pichetto Mildred Seaward 1940 xlfv A 4 ., A ,f.',.-. ,im x V JM ii A 1 s .1 ,, M- . WM xg, in ,X Iolc lon 554. ,.: :VW ,we??zx.. N' 'Q ., Q.. , f 2 va- Mm by Women's Honor Fraternity Founded l926 Franklin Murphy, Sullivan, Noble, Van Hassel, Londgreen, Ostrom Schmeiser, Lohman, Pichetto, Hinsberger, Janiigian, Sherron SPONSOR Dean Mary Baker OFFICERS Fall, 1939 Spring, 1940 President Mary Petersen Barbara Dibble Vice-President Irma Mae Hinsberger Anne Janjigian MEMBERS SENIORS Alleon Noble Virginia Lohman Thelma Londgreen lrma Mae Hinsberger Margie Sherron Kjersti Franklin Alba Pichetto Meri lyn Ostrom Dorothy Sullivan Muriel Schmeiser Barbara Dibble Elizabeth Murphy Mary Petersen Anne Janjlgian JUNIORS Martha Van Hassel Mary Petersen Barbara Dibble Toby Lawless Bill Banister r - 'i,,:z Blue Key National Men's Honorary Service Fraternity Founded l937 SPONSORS Dr. F. W. Thomas Dr. E. V. Tenney Dr. M. P. Briggs Earl Wight OFFICERS Fall, 1939 Snrms 1940 President presided- Albeff lT0bYl Lawless Albert iTobyl Lawless Vice-President Vice-President William Banister William Banister MEMBERS SENIORS Albert Lawless Conway Lanford James Desmond William D. Mitchell Frank McClurg Earl Sohm Kenneth Luckin Ernest Wilson Mitchell, Rasmussen, Sohm Lanford, Dr. F. W. Thomas, Luckin, McClurg, Brown, Sears Futrell, Desmond, Wilson, Berg, Dr. E. V. Tenney, Radko Herb Futrell Otto Berg Robert Sears Virgil Rasmussen William Banister JUNIORS Albert Radko Charles Brown Jones, Kaluakami, Allyn, Simmons, Diel Chambers, Klein, Long, Johnson, Spomer, Raus, Kaprelian Taylor, Andreis, D. Hess, Dresser, Felix, Krunchian, lchiba Scheidt, Gonser, Griffeath, Pipes, Dewing, V. Hess, Camp S sf ,Q x W ,,,,,, . , Uwe 5' Sophomore Service Society Founded l938 SPONSOR Virginia Johnson OFFICERS D Fall, 1939 Svrms, 1940 President President Margaret Free NancY MOFTYSOU Vice-President Vice-President Dgrgfhy Lgng Elvira Spomer MEMBERS LOW JUNIORS lMembers in the Fall when they were High Sophomoresl Gladys Scheidt Elisabeth Simmons Cheryl Dresser Nina Krunchian Virginia Hess Glenna Ruth Pipes HIGH SOPHOMORES Margaret Chambers Bonnie Felix Amorel Kaprelian Dorothy Long Lorraine Camp Margaret Free Nancy Momson Elizabeth Taylor Fumiko lchiba Clare Griffeath Ruth Diel Mildred Dewing Katherine Anderson Barbara Allyn Elvira Spomer Hazel Oonzei Lorraine Klew Meredith Jones LOW SOPHOMORES Doris Hess Frances Raus June Karvalcani Margaret Free Nancy Momson Bill Banister Otto Berg Aww' Del a Gamma Fall, 1939 President Otto Berg Ervin Austin Bill Banister Leslie Smith Virgil Rasmussen Donald Webster Shizuo Takayama William Menard George Fuiihara Robert Smith Herless Hein Ohonnesian, Briscoe, Herring, Maxwell, Webster Fuiihara, V. E. Storli, Rasmussen, Smith, Conrad, Hein, Austin Nichols, McDonald, Odahl, Menard, Brown, L. Smith, Takayama l National Honorary Commerce Fraternity SPONSOR Victor E. Storli OFFICERS Spring, President Bill Banister MEMBERS SENIORS Ben Ohannesian Charles McDonald John Herring Otto Berg Glenn Maxwell Albert Odahl JUNIORS William Briscoe Charles Brown Roy Nichols Oliver Conrad 1940 lg lli.. ,Il l ti Wig will V5 1. i i Z ,. i 5. i li Otto, Lutz, Ferrel, Miller, Counter, Meisenheimer Ellis, H. J. King, Neel, Scott, Browns, Mann, Campbell Atkins, Dr. Robert DuBois, Leigh, Gray, Siven, Main, Young 1:S"'t?"ES' 'W13t?kQZ:?'f6?.i' .et .. 'eifeyrgeifefw xi? :S 'sitiY:f'wfft Writ? W: w , Cf: ' P1'.S'Qma ,V . , ,fy Az df-:,,v',Q.,, ,,,,, an ' National Professional Chemistry Fraternity, Beta Chapter Dr. Robert DuBois Fall, 1939 President George Hare Vice-President Carl Siven Thomas Curtt Arthur Goedell John Otto Clarence Geiger Virgil Counter Don Howard William Leigh Founded l928 SPONSORS Henry J. King OFFICERS Spring, 1940 President Clarence Geiger Vice-President Lester Mann MEMBERS SENIORS Clifford Weber Vernon Young Albert Browns JUNIORS Leon Moore Paul Moranda Carl Siven Lester Mann ' A i Robert Meisenheimer D'-7'V'd Wmleslde SOPHOMORES Robert Ferrel Max Millar George Hare Paul Harrison Brent Lutz Bob Scott Harry Gray Kenneth Neel Arthur Campbell Robert Ellis FRESHMEN Leland Atkins Bill Main George Hare Clarence Geiger J it ,:iSik"S?Jf" . ., ,far j?n::kr:Hg -f' I W' ' 'Lxffifc f":: -- veggie v Kappa' Della Pi uk . not Y Hubert Rae Marion Winton Gor-nl-no Chapter National Education Honor Society Founded 1935 SPONSOR Dr. A. R. Long OFFICERS Fall, 1939 Spring, 1940 President President Hubert Rae Hubert Rae Vice-President Vice-President Marion Winton Marion Winton MEMBERS SENIORS Chrystine Brown John Otto Vernon Brown Dennis Curran Vera Davenport William Duntsch Irma Mae Hinsberger Anne Janjigian Stanley Lindquist Virginia Lohman Thelma Londgreen Virginia Long Leanne Lukins Edward Schamel Aloysia Denman Janette Brodie Elam Hill Elizabeth Avery Francis Castleman Richard Fickle Merilyn Ostrom Barbara Poston Van Hassel Tyner Long Brown Hmsberger Otto, Shaffer Castleman Lukins Curran Londgreen Lohman Thompson, White Corbett Lindquist Proctor Davenport Poston Walker, Brodie Kenneth Pheley Vivian Proctor Hubert Rae Clara Shafer Charles Thompson Rex Tyner Alma Pratt Walker Mercedes White Marion Winton Marion Avakian Lois Bryan Pauline Stone Teddy Wimoth JUNIORS Lindell Corbett Marvel Hopkins Kathryn MacDonald Nadine Stokes William Roush Helen Crabtree Martha Van Hassel Seher, Campbell, Sullivan, Green Fuchs, Holmes, Alen, Davenport, Diel, Krunchian, Woodward, Cordinale Solo, Bush, Frietas, McCombs, Avedian, Kaloastian, Sherwood, Melchoir Kokinos, Pimentel, Lathem, Burleigh, Appling, Beck, Baldrica, Storms t--,,,.,-i,,.i,, i3.:.Qze.i,rwg,g.g,-,,,-,-,Q,:,, U , K ' F 0 U b Founded i924 Miss Floy Lewis Fall, 1939 President Zabelle Kiramidiian Vice-President Barbara Poston Junice Alen Seda Avedian Anne Baldrica Catherine Beck Mary Jane Burleigh Edna Bush Vera Davenport Evelyn De Freitas Amalia Diel Grace Kaloostian Zabelle Kiramidjian Nina Krunchian Cheerful Lathem Alice McCombs Elaine Appling Jackie Melchior Beatrice Cordinale SPONSORS Miss Nellie Hamilton OFFICERS Spring, President Zabelle Kiramidiion Vice-President Agnes Selland MEMBERS SENIORS Marian Fuchs Barbara Green Artemas Kokinos Lucile Pimentel Mary Solo Anna Storms Dorothy Sullivan Gertrude Seher Shirley Holmes JUNIORS Barbara Poston Agnes Selland Vivian Sherwood Margaret Woodward SOPHOMORES Frances Smith FRESHMEN Pauline Campbell 1940 Zabelle Kiramidjian Agnes Selland Barbara Poston Lorraine Cederquist Mauryene Skelton 'M 1"-sg-.ffgeriff .g.1SJ'?-"5 ' , 1 :w 1 we ,Q - ,gi,5+gf:.,,, , A 0m 2' on 51' ma' Pi Honorary Homemaking Sorority Founded 1919 SPONSORS Miss Grace Allingham Miss Cora Burdick OFFICERS President Vice-President Mauryene Skelton Lorraine Cederquist MEMBERS SENIORS Junice Alen Sue Brown Lois Bryan Lorraine Cederquist Amalia Diel Anita Goeden Ruth Halford Eleanor Burr Katherine Carr Faye Henderson Margaret Said Nadine Stokes Lillian Goto Dorothy Hall Mildred Jenkins Betty Blauret Frances Clark Evalina Fuller Jenkins, Gordon, Moody, Otomo, Tinklin, D. Hall, Halford Brown, Phillips, Goto, Raimondo, Carr, Kliewer, McClurg Bryan, Alen, Voice, E. Hall, Stoakes, Moore, Diel Esther Hall Agnes Kliewer Ida Otoma Beatrice Raimondc Mauryene Skelton Lillian Tripp JUNIORS Eleanor Voice Helen McClurg Margaret Moody La Von Phillips SOPHOMORES Lillian Moore Catherine Tinklin FRESHMEN Vera Jensen Marcella Metcalf i ii s , Selland, Belcher, Davis, Cochrane, Potter, Blade, Mikesell Hobler, Van Hassel, Pyatt, Hansen, John, Thompson, Martin Gleason, Anderson, McKinnon, Sanborn, Henningsen, Luse, Van Zanten F37 YW 1 WHL IFQ FSZYI st?-' , " 21 'rip 2iz.f35g33"' gswl ' Freshman Women 's luncfzeon Nab gQ.z.,gg,w:,-pig -iw 'iaiw.:1fS5f3g fjfzli Q? Honorary Service Sorority Founded i932 OFFICERS Fall, 1939 Spring, 1940 President President Patricia McCarthy Betty Olsen Vice-President Vice-President Helen Van Zanten Barbara Sanborn Verlinda Blade Joyce Hobler .loan Luse Ruth Pyatt Nadine Hansen Mary Jo Mikesell Nancy Gleason Grace John Letha Martin Rosemary Selland Patricia McCarthy Helen Van Zanten Mary Janiigian MEMBERS Joetta Belcher Margaret Anderson Norris Thompson Mary Lou Henningsen Audrie Potter .lean McKinnon Barbara Davis Dorothy Cochrane Ruth Van Hassel Betty Andreis Elaine Callander Eleanor Christiansen Betty Olsen Mary Janjigian Betty Olsen Mary Janjigian Aline Bletchcr Frances Coffee Cole, Shafer, Palmquist, Platt, Mott Patton, Sailors, Broadhurst, V. Hess, Post, Bennett Felix, Kautenberg, P. Olson, M. Olson, Corrick, Curran Pipes, Van Hassel, Bartlett, Lathem " Si- ,Egwfffsixief-'Qggz..5fa,.r 54304 au Delta Xml, gn .. ,sf ssl l l f"f.f 2 I 'l'3.f' Q. ' g I ' 3 M :ff ' Margaret Pomeranfz Karl Newton Sgma De! d Pi 11' 1 :tm .. Mx Carl Hobe Alma Walker Patton, Shohzade, Schamel, Biggam, Carlos Rojas, Newton, Dr. Guy Colburn Grubbs, Whitfield, Hansen, Farris, Lowry, Petersen, Morrow, Kaloosfian Coffee, Shafer, Platt, Palmquisf, Coles, Blefcher, Elliot l , g . .,,. l if A - f,,gq57'r: "fy-:eg-vf' l Women' Afbfef 2 As oc bf bn r , , ., ., . ,M Jane Mott Alma Cole ' l Virgina Hess Mary Francis Witwer D. Hess, Mill Bell, Felix, Smith, Gonser, E. Mitchell, Hayhurst B. Mitchell, Ford, Nieto, Neel, Gooder, McConnell McGahoin, O'Hara, Corner, Rasmussen, McGaha, Samuel 385 J Q K 1 P Ig.-.-V: ,- ,,,,, f Q 1, ,,..y.W .1 B onze Buckle E l l l Wesley Craven Kerme Anderson Roger Club 6601858 dub M 25 "1 'Q .Q '1"f:f "Sfx.?'.f"-, Earnest Som ,, . if .,s , ,:sy5ggeM.5fu- 1, . 'Qegy fommerce flab Louis Mudge Victor E. Storli Mrs. Helen Rohrer Fall, 1939 President James Harkness Vice-President Evan McPherson Alan Dale Earnest Sam J, F. Donleavey Ethel Walker Lois Bryan Herless Hein Walter Heisey Donna Henderson Pauline Remington Margaret Smittcamp Billy May Bob Howell Norma Warner Beverly Michael Elbridge Weymouth lrene Heisey John Parker Verna Cerini Earl Yocum Esther Oberg George Helvey Francis Fisher Virginia Harlan Carolyn Amos Betty Van Ness Bill Hall Elmer Karle SPONSOR W. B. Mikesell FACULTY MEMBERS J. Donald Pymm Franklin Roberts OFFICERS Spring, President Herless Hein Vice-President Earl Yocum SENIORS William Reed James McPike Wayne Campbell James Harkness Marguerite Rauch .IUNIORS George Doyle Evan McPherson Warren Mason Dorothy Price Alfred Ginsburg Mildred Landers SOPHOMORES Joann Herd Armen Minasian Roy Nichols Doretta Miller Pauline Bertram FRESHMEN Louis Shein Gilleta Bales Doris Hoffman Roberta Simpson Dora Miller Melba Medley Eileen Braase Barbara Scott Grace Goergizian Melvin Schneider 'I940 Herless Hein Jim Harkness Hall, Scott, Nichols, Georgizian, Campbell, Warner, V. E. Storli, Mikesell, Walker, Minasian, Larsen, E. McPherson Futrell, Fisher, Heisey, Henderson, W. E. Mikesell, Cerini, Mason, Herd, Donleavey, Bertram, Helvey, Braase Ginsberg, Oberg, McPike, Sorenson, Shein, Price, Hansen, A. Dale, Landers, Doyle, Harlan, Rauch Sam, Remington, Yocum, Bryan, J. Dale, I, Heisey, Reed, Michael, Smittcamp, May, Madley, Parker l f. , . - l lg V Dorothy Sullivan Jean Harbers ,fiyf V1-if-. ...Xie as .i ,,:3e,l 2':. 3' Pfz dferes 1f.nTfeJ,f .rm -vw.,,xv..- Dean Mary Baker Emily Cost President Dorothy Sullivan Vice-President Jean Harbers Seda Avedian Lois Bryan Evelyn Defreitas Kjersti Franklin Artemis Kokinos Marian Fuchs Viriginia Long Jean Patton Anna Storms Mourehanna Olsen Jeanette Brodie Vivienne Hansen Pauline Kezirian Pauline Hughes Mildred Landers Arleen Mann Margaret Moody Betty Johansen Martha Van Hassel Lorraine Camp Jean Harbers Nancy Momson Enid Mills Jeanne Routt Elisabeth Simmons Barbara Parker Zabelle Kiramidjian Johanna Anderson LaVerne Beck Ellenor Christensen Emmy Lou Sinclair Naomi Dees Edith Dadenazzi Jean Holcomb Eunice Klyver SPONSORS OFFICERS MEMBERS SENIORS JUNIORS Mrs. Helen Rohrer Glenna Walters President Dorothy Sullivan Vice-President Jean Harbers Laverne Swift Helen Goble Katherine Meier Elizabeth Murphy Barbara Green Anne Janjigian Atsuko Ono Mitsuko Sayegusa Elaine Jensen Kathleen Craven Jean Dill Merilyn Ostrom Alba Pichetto Barbara Poston Margaret Robinson Maudie Lynd Cheerful Lathem Kathryn McCrory Helen McClurg Edith Shaffer Margaret Smittcamp SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Hazel Gonser Joan Herd Gertrude John Elaine White Armoril Kaprelian Maudie Lynd Glenna Pipes Bonnie Wortman Mary Janjigian Vera Jensen Grane John Lorraine Mouradick Nancy Kohlmann Lucia Pratt Ruth Von Hassel Peggy Wilds Betty Rudolph M R h GRADUATES r er'te ou ' ' Allgnguwglker C Lucille Pimentel Dan Kjerulf Cecil Sargent Ge 5 l :fig Q0 I 1. - f LQQ5' 2, Fall, 1939 President Dan Kjerulf Vice-President Bill Morris Dan Kjerulf SPONSOR Dr. Karl Falk OFFICERS Spring, President Dan Kjerulf Vice-President Cecil Sargent MEMBERS SENIORS Cecil Sargent Frank Ruff l Elizabeth Dill UOYG P'PeS JUNIORS William Morris Barbara Horton Vernon Ludike Martha Van Hassel George Wolf Helen Gates Leon Moore SOPHOMORES Mads Beck Martin Schreiber Gerald Devereaux Mervyn Schwartz FRESHMEN Eileen Dunn Hugh Rudorf Lorraine Andrew Esther Kaloostian Jean Kuhnes Frances Pariott . Clifford walker BH' HU"eY Abraham Goldman 1940 Conway Lanfard Laurence Smith Relaf bn flub Dr. Hubert Phillips Dr. Charles Nowell Full, 1939 President Con Lanford Otto Berg Barbara Dibble Sidney Jacobsen Con Lanford Grace Meredith August Cetti Ted Day Lindsay Hallock Herless Hein Gail Hynes Venecia Mecchi Nina Krunchian Leo Nieto Walter Berg Edith Dimmick Earl Johnson Madeline Kovacevic FAC U LTY Dr. Karl Falk Dr. Earl Lyon Osta B. Feurt OFFICERS SP President Laurence Smith MEMBERS SENIORS William Reed Earl Sohm Lionel Steinberg Dorothy Sullivan Marian Sue Young JUNIORS Arthur Mittby George Moranda Merilyn Ostrom Alba Pichetto Harold Samuelian Laurence Smith SOPHOMORES Howard Sailors FRESHMEN Marcella Metcalf Thelma Pickett Louis Saettler ring, 1940 Harry Blair Tom Walls Sanarini, Helvey, Austin, Raimondo, Homer, Meredith, Clark, Bennett, Spelvin, r Newman Club SPONSORS Rev. Msgr. James Dowling Agnes Tobin nu, 1939 President Tom Wal ls Vice-President Laurence Smith Dick Kennedy Dorothy Sullivan Laurence Smith Tom Walls Johnny Murray Margaret Free Evelyn York Edith Coffee Evelyn Lynch Mary Pohl Norman Streckl Laura Bruno Nancy Kohlmann Snyder Coffee, Romano Free, Kennedy, Nicely, Streckl, Livingston, Giometti, Cetti Failla, Smith, Beck, Kemble, Campos, Father Dowling, Lubisich Catherine Doyle OFFICERS Spun 1940 President Tom Walls Harry Blair MEMBERS SENIORS Anita Goeden Rose Fai lla JUNIORS Harry Blair SOPHOMORES Craig Kennedy Eva Austin FRESHMEN George Kelvey Margaret Bennett Martha Boydston Evelyn Giometti Katherine Lubisich Eugene Sullivan Otto Berg Elizabeth Murphy Pi 6 , , ., A. .. ,, , 5 l fx. amma Mu National Honorary Social Science Fraternity Beta Chapter, Founded i929 SPONSOR Dr. Kenneth Potter OFFICERS ran, 1939 spring. 1940 President President one Berg one Berg Vice-President Vice-Presidenl' Elizabeth Murphy Dr. John W. Groves Elizabeth Landrum Dr. John Brown Mason W. B. Mikesell Dr. Charles E. Nawell Dr, Hubert Phillips Dr. Kenneth Potter J. Donald Pymm Emory Ratcliffe Otto Berg H Elizabeth Murphy Bob Sears Barbara Dibble Rose Ann Failla Virgil Rasmussen Elizabeth Murphy MEMBERS FACULTY Dr. Francis F. Smith Dr. Edward V. Tenney Dr. George W. Graves Stanley Pretzer Madonna Addington Emily Chambers Marjorie Burr Eunice Mar SENIORS Shizuo Takayama Eugene McCreary Atsuko Ono Earl Sohm Ben Ohannesian JUNIOR Alba Pichetto Ernest Wilson Helen Gates Dr. E. V. Tenney Dr. Gertrude Billard Fall, 1939 President Ernest E. Wilson Vice-President Alleon Noble Betty Fuchs Stanley Pretzer Mary Elizabeth Tibbs Selma Auernheimer Ervin Austin Otto Berg Wanda Brand Dorothy Briscoe Avis Burrows Lois Bryan Avis Christensen Elaine Abe Jean Beckner James Chesebro Dorothy Childers Anno Mae Cochrane Lindell Corbett Helen Gates Ralph Green Olive Carter Alvin Coles Bob Crabtree Geraldine Erickson Fred Green Dorothy Hall Ethel Anderson Lorraine Andrew Judy Bernhard Eugene Childers Dorothy Cochrane Mable Cook Edith Dimmick Ray Franklin as N ,NLC Candies ' iii' . ,.,t, Sta ent ffm' ffbw fl: ocfhf bn l l SPONSORS Glenna Walters Mrs. E. V. Tenney FACULTY J. Fred McGrew OFFICERS Spring, 1940 President Ernest E. Wilson Vice-President Helen Gates MEMBERS SENIORS Vera Davenport Elizabeth Dill Diana Jean Dill Ben Finney Marian Fuchs Carl Foote Esther Hall Shirle Holmes Y Sydney Jacobsen Anne Janjigion Conway Lanford Virginia Lohman Priscilla McCombs Ivan McMillan Mildred Michaelian Alleon Noble lda Otomo Hubert Roe Marjorie Spuhler Frank Thompson JUNIORS Henry Hall Marian James Grace Kaloostion Barbara LaRue Cheerful Lathem Mary Machida George Martin Masagi Goto Mariam McLellan Venecia Mecchi Arthur Mittby Elinor Mitchell Catherine Nicely Ellen O'Conor Alba Pichetto Barbara Poston SOPHOMORES lmajane Hayhurst Leonard Heinrichs George Hobbs Mildred Jenkins Nina Krunchian Una Koch Eric Larson Beverly Michael Enid Mills Brace Morris Evelyn Nutwell John Parker FRESHMEN Evalena Fuller Margaret Gillis Mary Gillis Mary Grant Richard Habib Virginia Hawkins Evelyn Hicks Margaret James Mary Janiigion Letitia Johnson Barbara Joint Pauline Kupelian Bob Lanford Neil Medefind Mary Mochizuki Dorothy Perry Y Bonnie Renner Margaret Robinson Earnest Sam Nadine Stokes Martha Van Hassel Wallace Webster Ernest Wilson Eleanor Winton Jack Piro Roy Plog Wanda Robinson Sara Sandrini Martin Schrieber Burton Young Lindsay Reeks Billie Rhodes Ruth Van Hossel Dorothy Walters Nell Watters Grace Wilkins Earl Yocum c .i X l ' 5 Wi". 'f zz el s A 3 vifflzi ' , A' ?F?f75',.f ee -1- its , 2,m5a'f'5Y,,5,La-3 'Z-Y 1- .lapane e Students dub .Wm . t,...i ,, ,, Mrs. Mabel R. Cunningham Fall, 1939 President Atsuko Ono Vice-President Herbert Matsuura Yukiko Hasegawa Hldeyo Saiki Atsuko Ono Elaine Abe Masao Baba George Fuiihara Masaji Goto Kiyoshi Hamanaka Fumi Ichiba Amy Kasai Hiroko Kamikawa June Kawakami Nao Kawakami James Kubota Shizuko Tada Tsuyuko Abs Masaye Arita Roy Fukuda Lil ian Goto Ben Jinkawa Sumiye Jitsumiyo Shlro Kawakami Frank Kebo SPONSORS Helen Kazato OFFICERS MEMBERS SENIORS Mary Kasai Mitsuka Sayegusa Ida Otomo JUNIORS Emma Hatayama Thomas Kasai Patsy Kodama Mary Machida SOPHOMORES Satoshi Kusakai Kenji Maruko Herbert Matsuura Shigeki Mochizuki Fusa Morita Chlsato Ohara James Okada Sierra Uyeoka FRESHMEN Yoshiharu Matsumoto Fumiko Mikami Takami Misaki Mary Machizuki Kango Mori Toshi Mari James Murashima Shiogo Okamura Dean Mary C. Baker Spring, President l do Otomo Vice-Preside nt Willy Suda Sachi Nada Shizuo Takayama Arthur Ninomiyo Ethel Otomo Willy Suda Jack Okawara Harry Osaki Nobuo Renge John Sakai Alex Sanada Florence Sayegusa Sadami Shimizu Helen Yemoto George Saiki Yuko Omata Kazuye Sekiya Noboru Suda Kazuo Tachino Grace Tanabe Moriyo Yasuhira Frances Funahashi 1940 Atsuko Ono Ida Otomo Jean Patton Louise Alleq 1'i.g:i'Q-M322 , qw:-i'1.-rx. ,. fm -ofxgf' -Mmmyw y- sg-.:' ,wx MTX 53:4-'f.,f 'IX Wif,1Z,f7S5fu'!5viY, JEQASYQ' 'Wt 431 YI. :Z -:ww zwqzfiswr-we ,xx O fr dub X , F 8066 dab Mary Campos Leo N iefo ' ,, ff: ':,.jg:,4,:.f. W , v , 4 X W... T '-1,-YQWQ' if?X, gn' alfa e dab O. M. Braun SPONSORS J. W. Mosten OFFICERS Fall, 1939 Spring, 1940 President President Lionel Steinberg Bob Sherwood Vice-President Vice-President Douglas Champion Kenneth Howtby MEMBERS SENIOR Lionel Steinberg JUNIORS Robert Whitten Lester Terry Don Whitten Newton Byrd Robert Sherwood Dean Testerman Earl Yocum Kenneth Howtby Norman Cook SOPHOMORES Don Brown H. Holtzclaw Jack Swiggitt FRESHMEN Wolter Blackburn GRADUATE Douglas Champion Lionel Steinberg 1-1 M- . . , iv -4 e,eg-.,,,ff,1i.,...'xygm ...,.- . ...ww li . 61 P17013 6111 President Carl Nichols Carl Nichols Howard Hunter William May Jim Alexander John Segesser Clarence Thompson Fred Green Lawrence Wilson John Wallon Charles Duncan Elbridge Weymouth Jack Fisher Max Koch Henry Keith Harold Comstock SPONSOR Frederick R. Lennox OFFICERS Spring, 1940 Vice-President Lawrence Wilson MEMBERS SENIOR5 Holger Selling JUNIORS Earl Davis Ray Emberfon Eric Ruxfon Bob Granger Russell Gash SOPHOM0 RES Charles Sfenenson Clarence Linenbach Paul Harrison Bob Harrison Merrill Cook Barrie Canfield Mark Shipman FRESHMEN Eugene Seitz 1 i .,,: , . I Founded l94O SPONSOR Frederick R. Lennox OFFICERS President Vice-President Jack Charles Fisher Edward Chapin, Jr MEMBERS SENIOR Earnest Sam JUNIORS Edward Chapin, Jr. Jack Charles Fisher Robert C. Granger Jack Savfe Jack Billy May Ray Howard Lawrence Wilson Henry Keifh Jim Marfin Ernest Chitwood Glen Beck Dale Knopf Otho C. Stockdale George Bopp Russell Gash SOPHOMORES Melvin Biedermann Harold Comstock Merrill Cook FRESHMEN Charles Duncan Stanley Crawford 4 Robert Flores Wallace Masfen Frank Maglio Jack Wifhrow Gene Ferrua Marion Winton Mercedes White X, ,.-7-4 ff-ggozis 3253 ,f .:,144:j P hnofor e Club Miriam Fox Withrow Fall, 1939 President Marion Winton Orange Critchfield Armorel Kaprelian Marie Couto Lola Franchini Georgia Swiggart Marion Winton Mercedes White Virginia Hawkins Helen Richardson Hazel Peterson Kay Williams Clarence Morrison Sarah Bedrosian Wanda Brand Edith Dollar Margaret Widney Frank Tweed Willis Wallace Hamilton Bond Lenice Silman Emma Russell Mary Kasai Helen Gabrielson Kazue Sekiya Silinabel Smith Marjorie Clough Jo Ann Hickman Ellen Martin Jeanne White Evelyn Nutwell Margaret Robinson Mildred Landers Barbara Joint FACULTY Mrs. Lyllis Lundkvist Helen Kazato OFFICERS Spring, 1940 President Mercedes White MEMBERS Wanda Robinson Jackie Melchior Betty Baker Mildred Dewing Thelma Jokumsen Mariorie Nelson Dorothy Cochrane Audrey Aitken Dale Parker Theodore Dolbotten Vernon Neufeld Milton Hughes Reed Adams Elias Wiebe Gertrude Seher Eleanor Winton Pauline Kuelian Dorothy Perry Catherine Tetstall Elaine Appling Elaine Heckman Katherine Folmar Verlinda Blade Frank Snyder Eugene Sullivan George Chaney Alvin Coles Bob Voris Virginia Carpenter Marrion Sue Young Louise Bates Fern Addington Verna Townsend Pi Betty Bennett Foil President O fngmeer? Club eu , SE39S"w-f"w ,H 'x ae, X x X X X X 1 1 i 9 i i A fn 'fgiyffj 651' , A -5,1 f- rg-:gf f--ff., ' V .ff v -E":'f'1'ff"ilfv 1. Us J ,. .rm-., .'.-,,53,,, J ,1,..X,. .2 ' ,. -4.4,c:fuf .1f.'.4E?:fL1i4'y.:-x"f,,.. , , 1f:"Q-H.,---' f ' ' 1.:k1Uf'JjQ5g,f 'V ' 4, if.-H' A . ew mei" '- . SPONSOR 3 Dean Mary C. Baker "bf . nn, 1939 PRESIDENT spring, 19-so ' Roscile Phillips Margie Sherron dll' 6 80 C DELTA KAPPA President Representative President Representative Kathryn Herring Margaret Smittcamp Eleanor Wise Norma Shoemaker A oMseA xi omlcnou President Representative President Representative Barbara Wilson Mariorie Bartram Barbara Wilson Eileen Sullivan ALPHA THETA President Representative President Representative Phyllis Anne Wood Lyndon Park Phyllis Anne Wood Mary Frances Witwe SIGMA PHI GAMMA President Representative President Representative Roscile Phillips Mattilea Hamilton Roscile Phillips Dorothy Lewis PSI CHI IOTA President Representative President Representative Anita Goeden Sue Brown Margie Sherron Eleanor Cassell DELTA MU PHI President Representative President Representative Vivian Stott La Verne Call La Verne Call Marvel Hopkins DELTA SIGMA EPSILON President Representative President Representative Alice McCombs Bonnie Felix Alice McCombs Bonnie Felix Brown Call Witwer Goeden Wood Felix Hopkins Lewis Sullivan Wise Park Wilson Cassell McCombs Shoemaker Phillips Stott Smittcamp Hamilton Herring Sherron Mrs. John Ed Herbert President Phyllis Anne Wood Vice-President Mary Frances Witwer Eleanor Class Alma Dutton Frances Beck Dorothy Ely Harriet Gould Faye Henderson Barbara Allyn Pauline Bertram Miriam Boney Betty Carr Marjorie Capps Alison Dietrich Ruth Hughes A9 wifi xl?5lgw6 HMM Meta ' .Qgilifii SPONSORS Mrs. Ruth Waterman Mrs. William J. Mortland, Jr. Lorraine Wickstrom OFFICERS President Phyllis Anne Wood Vice-President Donna Henderson SENIORS lrma.Mae Hlnsberger Aloha Engel Sarah Spencer Phyllis Anne Wood Thelma Londgreen Ethel Walker Lyndon Park JUNIORS y Donna Henderson Louuse Manson Mary Frances Witwer Helen Lehmann Doris McCorkle Helen Wiesner Jean Livingston Gladys Scheidt Helen Crabtree SOPHOMORES La Verne Weirick Fay Chism June Monroe Elsie Anne Works Clare Griffeath Frances Raus Evelyn .York Mary Evelyn Lingle Norma Warner Jean Kinnee FRESHMEN Nancy Kohlmann Dorothy Rees Olive Taylor Evelyn Pierson Ruth Schottstoedt Dorothy Walters Ellen Martin Frances Sauer McCorkle York X N i xx QS L gag ,qs MWA Henderson Lehman Wood Walker Dutton Capps Martin Lonclgreen Scheidt Raus Lingle Park Griffeath Hinsberger Witwer Allyn Baney Monroe Taylor Sauer Bertram Gould Class Warner Kohlmann Hughes Dietrich Works Spencer Livingston Rees Pierson Beck Ely Chism Henderson Carr Manson Kinnee Wiesner Crabtree Wei rick Schottstaedt X 9 K in X Y xx xnxx is 's Delta Kappa X Kxx ,NNS s YW! SSX ' x- 15 milf? O. B. Feurt Favors Cunningham Hedmari Spencer Thompson Sanborn Creager Shoemaker Long Wilds Wise Maxwell Schmeiser White Cornell Hall McCrory Henriingsen McClurg Meier Olsen Gleason Herring Frisch McDonald Smittcamp Sutherland Webster Fall, 1939 President Kathryn Herring Vice-President Eleanor Wise Betty Hall Virginia Hedman Lillian Baldwin Clare Favors Dorothy Long Beverly Cornell Rosalie Creager Nancy Gleason SPONSOR Osta B. Feurt OFFICERS Spring, 1940 President Eleanor Wise Vice-President Dorothy Long SENIORS Kathryn Herring Muriel Schmeiser Eleanor Wise Kathryn Meier Dorothy Torp JUNIORS Kathryn McCrory Delores Sutherland Margaret Smittcamp SOPHOMORES Mildred Maxwell Doris Spencer Margaret Cunningham Norma Lee Shoemaker FRESHMEN Mary Lou Henningson Harriet McClurg Norris Thompson Peggy Wilds Mildred McDonald Jeanne White Barbara Frisch Barbara Sanborn June Webster Betty Olsen "" Arch Quinn Spring, La Verne Call Vice-President Dorothy Ferson Bernadine Phillips Beverly Platt Winifred Telkamp Eleanor Winton Olga B. Shannon Marion Shook Margaret Sanders Jean Smith he f e . Dff d Ml! Ph ' ,. W, -- SPONSORS Emily Cost Mrs. OFFICERS Fall, 1939 President ' President Vivian Stott Vice-President La Verne Call SENIORS Bernice Elliott Dorothy Ferson Marvel Hopkins JUNIORS Peggy Appling Berry MacKenzie Jane Mott La Verne Call Helen McClurg Betty Schumann Muriel Gerbifz Dorothy Morrow Vivian Stott SOPHOMORES Dralee Abrams Cloe Jean Collier Margaret Henson Christine Brentlinger Helen Fiske Joyce Huffman Dorothy Condley Besse Grubbs ' Audrey Lee Prather FRESHMEN Marjorie Anderson Frances Fisher Janet Lovelace Verna Cerini Gertrude Gobenfelt Eleanor Pierce Catherine Tetstall Barbara Wakefield 1940 x Ns Hopkins Fiske Gerbitz McClurg Quinn Stott Shannon Huffman Appl ing Condley Schumann McKenzie Collier Morrow Fisher Prather Gobenfelt Brentlinger Hansen Smith Pierce Anderson Lovelace Ceri ni Wakefield Winton Shook Ph il lips Call Sanders Tetstall Ferson Abrams Telkamp Elliot Grubbs Platt Mott N F' S V-QQ E' K my NX ' s 3 ..J,if,.m-,seei,,,- A me X 'A 15450 x L 'S t xx x it xl i' ix BWKHPPH '23 thx qua? Herring Barnes Hunter Morrison Samuel Gooder York Lanford Andress Nichols Call Hallock Craven Hornbuckle Skinner Shute Tidyman May Lilliehoorn Masten Fallonsbee Alexander Smith Neel Coburn Dack Roln Medley Gibson Sta rns l-leisey Stevens Howard Ford Sheldon Parker Wachtmonn Hampton Rudorf McKee Davis Dalstrom W i lson Dr. Kenneth Potter Fall, 1939 President John Morrison Vice-President Robert Hunter Edgar Dock Lewis Fallansbee Patrick Ford William Addington James Alexander Earl Davis Curtis Follansbee Eugene Gibson Dwight Barnes Wes ey Craven James Ford Glenn Gooder Irvin Craig Wallace Carlson ,, . ,x A H 135:fQZlQiQ t SPONSORS Dr. A. Y. Eliason J. R. Burkholder Paul V. Sheehan OFFICERS gp,-ing, 194Q President Edwin Andress Vice-President Robert Call SENIORS John Herring Russell Medley James Samuel Robert Hunter Rollin Morris David Skinner Conway Lanford John Morrison William Storns JUNIORS Walter Heisey Bill Houghton Morgan Sheldon Carsten Henningsen Desmond Hornbuckle Sidney Shute Floyd Sturns Al Lilliehoorn Fred Tidyman Malcolm Masten Bill May Laurence Smith Lindsay Hallock SOPHOMORES Frank McKee Roy Nichols Clayton Neel Bill Hampton Tom Craven Don H ug hett Jann Parker James Rohn Henry Wachtmann Richard Wilson FRESHMEN Hugh Rudorf Bob Shattuck James Yurk Bill Howard Milton Hughes Gene Coburn Romaine Dahlstrom Clifford Walker .'9if"f3if3333f'9 'fff3l?"'8ailf : Mfxg gimrfwwwg Q, w1-r3,,,W:- ..,. sv-f. is , .M ..,. V,-.Q,-Qewtm, . wamwmw,evws.vsw zrwiif Q- 0m ga X ' 0m ' ro . SPONSORS 1 Flay Lewis Mrs. Seymour Mathiesen OFFICERS , Full, 1939 Spring, 1940 President President Barbara Wilson Harriet Harkness Vice-President Vice-President Eileen Sullivan Barbara Wilson SENIORS Marjorie Bartram Barbara Green June Nelson Stanley Lee Von Tuyle Chrystine Brown Elizabeth Murphy Eileen Sullivan Lucile Danielson Barbara Wilson Cathleen Hansen JUNIORS Betty Eckert Vivienne Hansen Margaret Roberts Elisabeth Simmons Virginia Glaze Harriet Harkness Dulcie Sharp Katherine Sorenson SOPHOMORES Irene Borleske Jean Harbers Meredith Jones Nancy Momson Catherine Collins Amy Lou Hickman Patty McKinnon Jeanne Routte Marjorie Smith FRESHMEN Margaret Anderson Kathryn Cullington Patricia McCarthy Audrey Potter Verlinda Blade .lo Ann Hickman Jean McKinnon WN Murphy Anderson Blade Momson my X l!Q l 'S .N- Y N Q 'limp 4:29 W X 'Yr i' h i'i' Cullington Danielson Smith Borleske Bartram Harkness McCarthy Eckert Brown Joan Hickman Nelson Routi' Amy Lou Potter Hickman J ones Green Sorenson Roberts Van Tuyle Simmons Patty McKinnon Jean McKinnon Wilson Collins C. Hansen Sharp Harbers Hansen Sullivan s L i S' P 1' C711' lord vysxyosxxx 'f xi 'N x Q K: . N 5:5 , ' 5349, fffmyif. , :,. X X L Lang Young Griggs Roush Banks Dysinger Brown Phillips Campbell Waters Ostrom Melton Goeden Kliewer Cassell Smith Hedrick Christensen Thompson Ledbeiter Long Bermingham Brown Haddock Free Lindner Camp Dresser Klein Johns Sherron SPONSORS Jane Gale Mrs. Paul V. Sheehan Mrs. OFFICERS Fall, 1939 President Anita Goeden Vice-President Eleanor Cassell SENIORS Sue Brown Viqla Campbell Lorraine Haddock June Lindner Anita Goeden Agnes Kliewer Lois Lang JUNIORS Eleanor Cassell Lucille Ledbetter Merilyn Ostrom Cheryl Dresser Bernice Melton La Von Phillips I SOPHOMORES Mary Ann Bermingham Margaret Free Lorraine Klein Jean Christensen Marie Banks Barbara Thompson . ' - FRESHMEN Jean Dysinger Shirley Griggs Dorothy Hedrick Carlos Rojas Spring, President Margie Sherron Vice-President Cheryl Dresser Virginia Long Margie Sherron lone Young Mary Smith Sybil Brown Joy Waters Lorraine Camp Grace John Phyllis Roush 1940 Wzwwpn: new X"- ,oft-av X , 6 f Q x J eff ta , W gwtfewfqswm, pw, t N g 'Q AX e ' " N .Sigma P19i6'a'mma' JM, SPONSORS Mrs. Ray Mosely Mrs. Granville Centers OFFICERS Fall, 1939 Spring, 1940 President President Roscile Phillips Roscile Phillips Vice-President Vice-President Dorothy Lewis Pauline Remington SENIORS Hazel Barnett Mattilea Hamilton Jean Otto Marguerite Rouch Kathleen Craven Jane Heidt Betty Peak Doris Ruud Helen Goble Leola Moxsy Roscile Phillips JUNIORS Jean Beckner Marcia Gardner Katherine McDonald Pauline Remington Barbara Falconbury Dorothy Lewis Margaret Moody Rae Humphreys SOPHOMORES Marjorie Ruth Barbara Fike Phyllis Mason Faith Roessler Marjorie Clough Elvera Spomer Geraldine Nelson Evelyn Boyd FRESHMEN Edith Coffee Barbara Joint Doris Riege Maxine Dudley lla Johnson Maxine Dudley Erma Schmidtke June Taylor RKWN W N Je Xe Roessler Craven Clough Spomer Taylor Hamilton Gardner Phillips Lewis Rouch Barnett Moody l-leidt Boyd Goble Otto Moxsy Johnson Ruud Nelson Humphreys Remington Riege MacDonald Ruth Falconbury Joint Schmidtke Beckner Mason Coffee Fi ke Dudley X X -:si V ,f.5,.,:: we xt, up Jiri: 'YES'iss,-,:g'Al-wg'.l:'L1 W .. , iff +1 'E iifiif' 3- r ,i p3,:,5.,1., fy ..le1-if - - ,gum is 3'4-iifftvymtf . 5 lee., xr.: 4 1, ::. lx J 1 Hsieh-1 34 Xi .':rfM6,??f,'Q4" J' 53' If ' J' " "' ' " " inte -F are My fauna? ,.i.wi3:-,- as 1 -- ,vi : ..: '. W .ga vz:,a:::,,, Fall, 1939 PRESIDENT Gordon Davis VICE-PRESIDENT Karl Buckman MEMBERS BETA KAPPA President Jack Morrison Representative Bob Hunter SIGMA TAU President Jim Desmond Represenative Earl Sohm KAPPA DELTA RHO President Karl Buckman Representative Harry Blair ALPHA President Virgil Rasmussen Representative Dick Anderson ZETA MU President Lawrence Clawson Representative Jim McPherson MU ALPHA DELTA President Louis Gomes Representative Bob Smith Spring, Karl Buckman George Milnes President Ed Andreas Representative Bob Hunter President Earl Sohm Representative J i m Desmond President Willard Johnson Representative Barney Loomer President Gordon Davis Representative Dick Anderson President George Milnes Representative John P rueitt President Jim Hammond Representative Louis Gomes Bob Smith 1940 Andress Johnson Davis Clawson Buckmon Desmond McPherson Banister Sohm Gomes Morrison Milnes Mulcahy Smith Loomer Rasmussen Pruitt Blair Hunter . ' Spring, 5: 'l Y? .2vl2?Li"ii4 L21-lfikf' '-if 3 fin 25 " :fl SPONSORS A Dr. Karl Falk Herbert W. Wheaton John W. Wright OFFICERS Full, 1939 President President h Virgil Rasmussen Gordon Davis Vice-President Vice-President Gordon Davis Howard Hunter SENIORS Edward Anderson Lytton Hayes - 'Frank McCIurg Virgil Rasmussen Gordon Davis Toby Lawless Bill Mitchell JUNIORS Dick Anderson Everett Bondeson Howard Hunter Dave Thorpe Ernie Myers SOPHOMORES Gene Bonniksen George Petersen Tony Engel Jack Quinlan Bennie Odell Bob Sherwood FRESHMEN Jack Clark Richard Hoffman Malcolm Shields Jack Quail Bob Cloverie Stuart Hunter Duane Zamzow Richard Shepard Howard Henderson Jack Quisenberry Harold Hook 1940 Qi .Wm 'lulliufw f f K Q' - 1 O bl 53.3 sei? 303: 101 Es :AKD N 13lWQ5'3l" 70 " Claverie Quinlan Mitchell Petersen Thorpe Hunter Clark Bondesen Bonnicksen Zamzow Hunter Anderson Rasmussen Engel Shepard Shields Davis Hook Sherwood Henderson Quail Quisenberry Hayes Odell u X AX Ms xx xxx c J Q XXWASQXN xv x Q X i we Dela fps Yon Xx 1 :RX , Starns M. Ellena D. Ellena Duffey Dibble Noble Jenkins Titus Copland Hess Heisey Jarman Durham Pichetto Stokes Eich McCombs Horton La ffoon Hess O'Kane Felix Mikesell Briscoe E. Burr Cartwright Costa Kingen M. Burr Fall, 1939 President Alice McCombs Vice-President Bonnie Felix Mildred Burr Eleanor Burr Virginia Costa Mildred Briscoe Martha Cartwright Margaret Copland Virginia Duffey Marion Jarman SPONSOR Mary Chacldock OFFICERS President- Alice McCombs Spring, Vice-President Bonnie Felix SENIORS Barbara Dibble AHSGFI Noble JUNIORS Velda Durham Barbara Horton Jean O'Kane Virginia Hess Alice McCombs Nadine Stokes SOPHOMORES - Jane Eich Irene Heisey Bessie Laffoon Melba Ellena Doris Hess Mary Titus Doris Ellena Mildred Jenkins Mary Starns Bonnie Felix Rosemary Kingen FRESHMAN Mary Jo Mikesell GRADUATES Miriam Holmes Patricia O'Kane 1940 n A ' , l i X., 2 , l ' l .. ,. 1 ..i , . Q. ,. i,.. .,1..,.x, ..b,iw,, Ka pa De l R60 Arthur C. Forsblad Fall, 1939 President Karl Buckman Vice-President Harry Blair Willard Johnson Bill Duntsch Harry Blair Harry Bell Robert Crabtree A ' ii' R ar . ' SPONSORS M. A. Grosse J, Fred McGrew OFFICERS Spring, President Willard Johnson Vice-President Holger Selling SENIORS Clarence Morrison Frank Ruff Holger Selling Gene Tully JUNIORS Karl Buckman Jesse Fishback Charles Fisher Bob Forsblacl SOPHOMORES Leland Forsblad Vernon Loomer Russell Petersen William Kane John Luther Merle Rush Warren Stallings FRESHMEN Harold Campbell Oren Lee Christensen 1940 5 will X N S ' YQ? AX xx SQ Nc Qimdzrs mt ' Petersen Selling Stalling Fishbock Luther Christensen Fisher Buckham J ohnson Bell B. Forsblad Loomer Rush Duntsch Blair Tulley Morrison L. Forsblad 'I'-Y4"I1Y'-2-is Ni Gomes Mulcahy Luckin Smith Giese Miller N X ".. iii fi N I D xg fm e d Evan McPherson Horner Jim Dale Collins McPherson Rae Hansen Kemble Alan Henry J . King Hinman Caldwell McNeil Johansen Benck Lowe Eller Zimmerman Larson Wilkins Offen Mills Kennedy Boyer Drilling Corner Walls Dale Dr. Charles Nowell Fall, 1939 President Louis Gomes Vice-President Collins McPherson Ernest Benck Alan Dale Jim Dale Ray Ball Ed Giese Tom Horner Ashton Boyer Art Caldwell Tom Drilling Bernard Miller SPONSORS Dr. E. V. Tenney OFFICERS SENIORS Louis Gomes Dick Kennedy Jim Hammond Charles McNiel George Kemble Lowell Mulcahy JUNIORS Kenneth Luckin Bob Smith Collins McPherson Ted Day SOPHOMORES Carl Eller Bob Johansen Jack Hansen Eric Larson Joe Hinman Joe Little FRESHMEN Duette Mills Ralph Pilegard Henry J. King Spring, 1940 President Jim Hammond Vice-President Collins McPherson Hubert Rae Bill lsakson Leonard Sundahl Richard Wilkins Tom Walls Mason Corner George Pannett Burton Lowe Evan McPherson Matt Offen Angelo Petropulos Robert Zimmerman -A ll-L - , m'-mgemww--v-1-vkfwzti -,ezwwf-:f:P1'mt:.q22f:ffvf?f"23K-P6122 f fs -1 N Sqgma Tau SPONSORS Flint Hqnner Dr. Hubert Phillips Franklin Roberts Carlos Rojas Dr. F. F. Smith OFFICERS Full, 1939 Spring, 1940 President President Jim Desmond Earl Sohm Vice-President Vice-President Charles Brown Bob Sears Ervin Austin SENIORS Bob Sears Bill Banister Fred Donleavey Herb Futrell Earl Sohm Ray Crimmel Bud Fisher Jim Harkness Bill Wmkleman Jim Desmond Jack Magill Jack Mulkey Bill Mitchell JUNIORS Hamilton Bond Eddie Eller Walter Kraus Elmer McCall Charles Brown Oliver Howard George Kaufman Joe Orchard Don Chenoweth Roger Jensen John Kaupke SOPHOMORES David Dermer Clarence Linenbach Bob Smale Robert Tienken Gene De Young Craig Moltzen Ross Sniffen Don Walker Brix Fenston James Rata John Stewart John Walton Russell Hudson Jack Roth James Sullinger Robert Tucker FRESHMEN Everett Elder Ray McGill Norman Rice Jim Uhlam Bob Granz John Olsen Wendell Smith Vernon Underwood :sal ix -siilik Granz McCall Desmond DeYoung Mitchell Tucker Kaup ke Harkness Rata Howard Banister Sears Brown Futrell Hudson Kraus Orchard Smale Fisher Sohm Magill Elder Walton Donleavey Jensen Winkleman Rice Sullinger McGill Stewart Smith Linenbach Austin Tienken Bond Walker Dermer Olsen Chatom Carlos Rojas Roth 'J -J X Y? ai 5 . X . -.s wk, 8' 5 2HU:::::-' X " -whim e d 'lf' wi: Qsfiihx 0 -'XXXL s X T if i i :tv nn: 3:59552 xy K4 LX N l U SPONSORS Hoi BEUTYY Rex Brlttlngham John Ed Herbert A. G. Wahlberg Fan, 1939 orFlcERs spring President presidenf ' Lawrence Clawson George Mil,-,es Vice-President V' . ' Dick Turnbull Iflggeffigssgugl SENIORS Radko Bradley Lee Jarnigan Kish Upton Hanson A Arbonies ThompS0l'l R, Steinhouer Janzen Testerman Franklin Zebal Kastner Poore McPherson Prueitt R. Turnbull Renfro Daniels Seares Groves A. Turnbull D, Manfredo Aitken Daniel Richert C. Steinhauer Pyle Horg Brown Campbell Pease Milnes Tripp Burgess Clawson L. Monfredo Robert Aitken Lawrence Clawson Bruce Comer Lloyd Daniels Robert Daniel Martin Arbonies Wesley Jantzen George Kastner William Bradley Charles Campbell Donald Brown Robert Richert Lawrence Horg Ben Finney William French Adam French Lloyd Manfredo Arthur Goeddel Harlan Pease Robert Hanson James MacPherson George Milnes Ernest Poore Arthur Smith JUNIORS Chester Steinhauer Raymond Seares Jack Tripp Roy Renfro Richard Turnbull SOPHOMORES Robert Burgess Robert Lee George Kish Donald Jarnigan Edson Pyle Donald Manfredo Dean Tesferman FRESHMEN Charles Franklin Albert Radko Gordon Williams Pot Zebal John Preuiti Jerry Warren George Wolf Grover Groves Russ Steinhauer Alan Turnbull Dick Thomason Findley Upton 'I 940 gqn memos-Cum MISS MARIE BOLTON ROBERT ARANCIBIA HOWARD GENELLY JACK LAWSON 0 lt is the duty ofa yearbook editor to act primarily as a coordin- ator of the personalities, special abilities, and skills of his staff members, directing and motivating their individual proficiencies toward an integrated achievement. 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