Fullerton Union High School - Pleiades Yearbook (Fullerton, CA)

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( U- w -rU:U(o M - . rr— ' Cu - - — , " ' " -Ao ' ' ' " t7 - MODERN PROGRESS « 1 • ■f- ■ -V: V ,V ' iT " fc i «2 l o . 6if - 9 , - ,, -y J- .■r ■) . A I . ,1 JN [neteen J hirty E.[ght PLEIADES STUDENT PUBLICATION FULLERTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL We are continually striving to raise school standards and advance in the field of education. It is therefore appropriate that we give illustra- tions of the progress of the modern age. Because the school is so closely connected with this advancement we are endeavoring to bring to your attention some of the most meritorious achievements in certain fields. FOREWORD «4 r-»tr-,-f ' It is only through the individual and cooperative sighted men of the time that modern progress is ; genius, foresight and effort have been outstan : in this publication. It is with a feeling of gratiiuae ana indebtedness that we dedicate this annual to the outstanding contributors to modern progress. cf the far ,- whose recognized ' V -e . ,jv « ' " 4iS8?| DEDICATION « 5 » « 6 » « 7 » ' «9» Herbert C- Hoove: ADMINISTRATION « 10 . iu L_ Cnapmuii oiev ard Hale Schiii ' . ' hi ' jgv ay 3oard. of Jrustees To our Board of Trustees we owe our fine school and many in- teresting activities. Their fine support and cooperation with the various organizations of the school are deeply appreciated. The board as you no doubt know is the power behind the scenes guiding the destiny of our wonderful High School. They meet at regular sessions to determine the policies of the school district and school. Through their foresight and effort they have builded a school of which an enrollment of 1300 students may well be proud. The members of the board are: Harold Hale, Fullerton, presi- dent; Mrs. Sidney Chapman, Yorba Linda, clerk; Claude Ridg- Way, La Habra; L.B. Steward, Fullerton; J.W.Schiller, Buena Park. 11 Mr. Plummer, you have been our loyal and dili- gent leader for many years. May you remain an integral part of the school and community life of Fullerton for many more. (CZ- lf ' -t- ' i ' - V ' - ?- _-3S _ «- --;. ' SUPERINTENDENT Louis £. iPlunnnrLer «12 Mr Redfern, we are proud that you have been advanced to the position of principal and wish you many success- ful years as an adviser among the boys. a j KajJ- ' - PRINCIPAL . S. Redfern « 13 ' ■ ' isl, to you the girls of the High . are ] irly indebted for your ■ and helpful coop- ero o. DEAN of GIRLS E,mma §. J asf - fV - Ojjke Secretaries BACK ROW: Mrs. Carmen Adams, Miss Doris Griffith, Miss Gos- sie Pettit, Mrs. Marguerite Lindsley, Miss Bertha Page, MIDDLE ROW: Miss Ida Middleton, Miss Edith Morgan, Mrs. Enid Scribner, Miss Lorain Raupe. FRONT ROW: Miss Connie Blose, Miss Betty Wood, Miss Elizabeth Bailey, Mrs. Jerry Walker. 0,(i « ] L, A. AMES Manual Arls M N BULLIS Manual Arts I S ARNOLD Head. Soc. Sci Dept N. L CARMICHAEL Library K BARTLETT Home Economics C CARTER Kr.jthernati ' rL- " . M BINKLEY Library W, W. CASE M jnu:il Aris FACULTY E. COOLEY Physical Education W. p. CORBETT Manual Arts E M DUNN Home Economics U C CRUICKSHAHK Physical Educalion. E S. DYSINGER Soc, Sci , Stagecraft I B. ERNSBERGER Mathematics 15 » D V BRUIv ' SKILL Commerce A, C CLEVELAMD Social Science C. CULTRA Commerce M, EHLEN Language M. T FRENCH ; f G O. G _ English H W GRISWOLD Heme Economics A HANSEN Malhernatics C W iiA;-,: Manual Tiaining H, S HELM Head W I. HILDEBRAND Manual Ar!i. L HINKLE H.-ad oi An Dep;. E i KAST Dean o( Girls, Soc Sci M Y HODGDON An A KELLY Language M. V. JEFFERS Lanquaqe W. M. JONES Social Science G H LEWIS Head oi Phys. Ed. Dept. V, UNDE English E. M . KITCHING Library E H. LOGAN Physical Education E T. LONG Home Economics L J LOADER English M KLAHN Language « 1 fi » V, B LOOMIS Art G, G MILLER English R- A MARSDEN Head ci Man, Arts. Depl. R, M. MOODY English A M, MARTIN Natural Science B R- MOORE Home Economics C, R, McCORMICK Manual Arts M L MURPHY Social Science J N. MIANO Mathematics L A. MYERS Language 17 H D- NASHOLD Head of Music Depl. E NELSON Manual Arts. Printing W, L PICKENS Physical Education D. NEWTON English F. C. RANDALL Phycicai Education L E REYNOLDS Head of Math, Dept. A. L NUNN English A S. REDFERN Principal, Soc. Sci. F, RHEAD Physical Education . .V u C - Mm f i — .4b » L RUBY Commerce N A RUMSEY Physical Science R L SCOTT Pyiysical Educaiion H L SHELLER English A A. SHEPARDSON Mathematics R SMITH Physical Education E A SPALDING Kalural Science R. TILTOH Music H E WALBERG Muric R G STRANGE Social Science D TURNER Language E. A, STRAW Commerce R TAYLOR Home Economics D E. CHARLSON English R. E. WINTER Science E VON GRUENIGEN Physical Science i ii 13ray norn Butler - fB Vaughan Renneker Day Lyon Student Executive 3oard The Executive Board members were the student body officers, the athletic and forensic managers, and the editor-in-chief of the Annual Pleiades. The officers were: Joe Bray, president; Har- old Piorn, vice-president; Marge Roll, secretary; Bruce Butler, treasurer; Bob Vaughan, Boys ' Athletic Manager; Fern Renneker, Girls ' Athletic Manager; David Day, Forensic manager; and LeRoy Lyon, editor-in-chief of the Annual Pleiades. The Executive Board arranged the assembly programs, the monthly school dances, and the Pow-Wow, which was considered the major activity. The Board met v eekly in the office of the principal, Mr. Redfern. Guglielmo Marconi CLASSES «20 A , ■ -t5: yy . i! Neis Nordheim rw- Schumacher Kennan Senior Class The senior class of 1938 has during its four years of study, educa- tion, and pleasures achieved much. As freshmen we produced the " Villain on the Hearth, " which was written by a class member. Bill Goodchild, Kenny Wygal, Ruth Holland and Delia Mae Collins served as frosh executives. As we were passing our second milestone of high school we produced " Noah ' s Ark " and took an active part in the Pow-wow. The officers for the second year were Ray Stone, pres.; Harold Horn, vice-pres.; Carol Campbell, sec; and Jeanne Jacobsen, treas. With the third milestone growing dim in the distance we realized that we had had the most successful year to date. We were for- tunate m receiving exceptionally fine sweaters in the class colors, blue and white. The prom given the seniors was very skillfully carried out in the colonial theme. Bob Vaughn, Paul Thornton, Virginia Rogers and Bruce Butler served as class officers. In our fouth year we were again favored in receiving extraor- dinarily valuable class emblems, the ring. Of sterling silver and black enamel with the seven pleiades on the crest, it pleased everyone. As our fourth year dramatic offering we produced " New Fires. " The Senior Ditch-day was held at Camp Seeley where everyone enjoyed himself, though there was no snow. Class Day was spent at the Norconian Club north of Corona. Everyone had a marvelous time. It was an experience that will long be remembered. Class officers were Kendall Neisses, pres.; Billy Nordheim, vice-pres.; June Schumacher, sec; and Lloyd Kennan, treas. 21 V ;,X PATRICIA ADAMS BUD ALLEN LILLY ANDERSON jifli; L «aquo Pff.idonl ■! Poolball 1. 2, 3, 4 Girl;; League Vice-Prosi jirl Mor.erviM " . I , ' . ' .. - . ' 1 Bar.kolball ?.. 3, ' , deni P:t siddr l 3 Captain ■! G A,A 1,2, 3,1 Pl.-iati 1 2, 3. ■) Basoball 1, 2. 3. 4 BiqFI Sect.jinry 1 C S T 1 HiYi!, 3, 4 Girl ReservoK 1, 2, 3. 4 f Girln Lcaqiie Play 4 Eliquelto Club 1. 2. 3. 4 »f cjfii:lh and Lalin Club:. ' . A ■• i. !-. 1. ' ,:. 3. ■) •rRANK APALATEGUI lAY BACKMAN JACK BAILEY l noncc Club -1 , Science Club B Ba; »(bo|l. ' l LLSLE BALDWIN c:sr •! football 1 I C. Gorman Club 1 Latin Club 3 Science Club RAMONA BASABE Sonq Leader 3. -1 A A Song Leader 2 Big F 3. 1 Spanish Club -1 Senior Class Play -1 Freshman Class OffiC ' -. A A I ' , 3 .1 OLA BOYD ' llee Club 1, 2 i. ' liquelle Club l.i ELSIE BARBER C- EDMUND BERTOTI football .1 ' ■ Track 3, 4 .J GERTRUDE BARBER Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Pleiad 3 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3 i Etiquette Club J. 2. t NESDON BOOTH : lONE BROWN E RRAY tudetil Body President -1 alio Club 2, 3, 1: President 3 Pleiad 1, 2, 3, 1, President 3 csr. 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3. 4 VIH .- . IWN Lf: (in i£ ljb j, -J Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4 Stuifent Director Girls ' y League Play 4 ay Contest 4 .liquetle Club 2 Pioiad ■! BOB BRECKENRIDGE C BUCKMASTER Glee Club 1.3, 4 Sports 1, 2 Etiquette Club 1, 2 ' 2 DARWIN BUIS Track 2. 3, 4 OMIS M BUNTING Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Etiquette Club 4 BRUCE BUTLER Student Bo-dy Treasure Hi-Y 1.2. 3.4 Class Treasurer Boskeiball 2. 3. Track JOAN BUTLER Girls League p;ay A CappellT 3, 4 G A A 1. 2, 3. 1 Etiquette Club 1, 2. L 3tm Club 3 Dance Ciub 2. 3, ) NILA BURNS Etiquette Club I, 2 Girl Reserves 3 Hospitality CommiI:ee Girls ' League MORRIS CAIi; 3. 4 Lt, «22 -s. KENNETH CALDWELL MARGARET CARIKER ELTON CARNES B- Track 3 Orchestra 1. ' 1.. 3 Biq F G A A 1, 2. 3, 4 Enqueue Club 2 LOUISE CARSON CATHERWOOD RALPH CHAMLEE MARILYN CHAPMAN M CLARKE Girl Reserves 2 Etiquette Club 3. 4 DELLA MAE COLLINS Class Treasurer 1 Girl Reserves 2, 3 Spanish Club -1 Etiquette Club 2 Forensics Club 4 DELMAR CROW MAC DANIELS FRANK CHILDRESS Hi-Y 2 Swimming 1, 2 Track 3, 4 Water Polo 1. 2 M.-CLAY H- EnquU t ' lub 1, 2. 3, 4 Girl eserves 3, 4 Swimming 3, 4 HELEN CHRISTNER Forensics Club 4 A Cappella 3, 4 Girl Reserves 1, 2. 3, 4 Etiquette Club 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2 DORIS CLEMOHS G A A 1.2, 3. Glee Club 1. Z A Capell. Christmas ub 1. Z 1 I Ila4 _M as Play 4 ).» T KENNETH COOtlEY VENA copelai;d Latin Club 2. 3, 1 , 1 Swimming 1, 2 ' l ' (W - LENA CRISMAN Dance Club 3. 4 G A A, 1. 2, 3. 4 Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Hockey 2. 3. 4 Baseball 2, 3. 4 , -1 DA ' i HD DAY Executw Board 3, 4 GirlS ' .teague Play 2. 3, • ' eiads I. ' S, 3. G5unty President 4 Latin Club 2; press r prcsontative 3, 4 Forensics 1. 2. Manager 3, 4 Christmas Play 1, 2, 3, 4 MAXINE DEAN Biq F 4 Girl Reserves 3, 4 G A A 2. 3, 4 Eliqucl:c Club 2, 3. 4 y «23 v-i .- y LEONE DEIST G A A 1.2 Orchoiira 1. 2, 3 RUTH DICK a A A 1 French Club 2 Glno Club 1 lUNE DRAGOI AIJ EiiquoHo Club ' i lOHN DRAKE Annual Plniados Smil ■ C Fcolball 3 Water Polo and Swimmtn ' i 1 . 2. 3, -I Track ■) Lalin Club 2. 3. ■! Ploiadr. I. 2. 3. 4. Socrolary •!, Vico-Pro idonl -1 FRED DUKES Orc-heslrn 3 t CONSULO DUNCAN Spanir.h Club -1 Annual Plciados 3. -1 Girh. Loaguo Cabini-: G A A 2. 3. 4 Pros:, Club 2. 3. -1 U MILDRED DURHAM ii. 1 .VYMONA FRIEriD ' rchestra 1, 2, 3 ,OHN FULLIN WIDER r ■r rL ::iasK PI •: GILLILAN iirl Reserves I. 2, 3, -ig F3. •) .-itm Club 1 A Cappella t ay ■! 1. 2. 3. ' , CHARLES F EARLL Football 2. 3, 4 ' ilch Oay Comniilloo I MARGARfT FOILES Dance CUlb -1 3lce Oifb 2 MARIAN FUGI! Etiquette Club I, 2. 3 lapanese Club 1, 2. 3, ■) Dance Recita! 2 Swimm;nq 2 Baseball 2. 3 Volleyball 2. 3. i BILL GARRETT Water Polo 1, 2, 3,, Sv immmg 1, 2, 3| Track 4 Orche KATHRYN EDDY Latin Club 2 Uniform Dress Board 4 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4 Life Saving 3, 4 G A A 1, 2, 3. 4 B.gF4 KENNETH FELKNER MURIEL FRENCH Latin Club 2 G.A A 1. 2, 3, 4 Sports 1, 2, 3. 4 Girl Reserves 1 FLOREEN FULLERTON Basketball 2, 3 Baseball 2 G.A, A, 2, 3,4 ROSEMARY BiL. _. CHILD Football 2. 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2. 3. 4; Captain 4 Class President 1 Hi Y 2. 3, 4 24 MIRIAM GREEN Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3. 4 Etiquette Club 4 Spanish Club 2 Uniiorm Dress Beard 4 MARION UNWALD FLORENE HAMILTON Latin Club 2 Girl Reserves 1. 2 Etiquette Club 1 GAA. I, 2 MARILEN HART Class Piny 4 PI Gi BOB GRIFFITH Faotbali 3 Swimminq 3, 4 Water Polo 3 Press Club 4 Torensics 4 N GUGGISBERG CLARABELLE GRIGGS Big F 3. 4, President 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4 Etiquette Club 1, ?., Secretary 2 Spanish Club 4; » Secretary 4 forensics Club 4 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 LLOYD HAINS BETTY HARPSTEL Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, ; Club 2 orm Dress Board • ' quelle Ciub 2, 3 Girl } Latin Unifo Etiqu MANN Press Clu Christmas Pla Orchestra 1, 2 ROY HASLAM Football 4 BOB HEINZ Glee Club A Cappelia FRANK HAWKINS BETTY JEAN HERING Girl Reserves !, 3 :. r a. G HASENPLAUGH Football 2, 3 Hi-Y 1 FLOYD HAXTO Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 Water Polo 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 4 Yell Leader 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2. 3 Football 3 - (.J ' j JOHN HERRMANN Track 1, 2. 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 H ' -Y 2, 3, 4 r- 25 HAL HEVENER ■ootball 2, 3, 4 owimming 1, 2, 3 Water Poio 1, 2, 3 Sweater Committee 3 Hi-Y L2, 3, 4, Vx -President 4 ELBERT HOFFMAN Water Polo 1. 2. 3, 4 Swimming 1, 2, 3 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 l.aiin Club 2 3. 4; Vice-President 4 Pleiad 4 L ' - ■ : . iE Basketball 2. 3 Volleyball 2 Baseball 2 G A A 2, 3 Welfare Ccmmittce, Girls League 3 WYNELLE HOLBROOK CS F. Uniform Dress Bcord 4, Chairman 4 Pleiads 1, 2. 3, 4 Latin Club 2. 3, 4 frl Reserves 1, 2. 3, 4 A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4 MARY HODSON Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. 4 Pleiads 2, 3, 4 Latin Cl ub 2. 3, 4 Uniform Dress Board 4 Etiquette Club 2, 3 Forensics Club 4 FRED HOLLEN S a5 ?crel LILLIAt; HOSKEM ,. - I J- ' ' " GEORGE HOLSER BILL JIOLVE Scii-ncc Club ■ ' . I ' colball ?.. 3, 4 A Cdin-lla 1 Track 3 Indian StTvicy Glut 3 Hi Y2, 3.4 Track 3 Pleiad 1 , 2. 3. ■! Chn;,lllia;i Play A HAROLD HORN H.-Y l.Z. 3, i Pres 2. Treas A. Class V -Pre:; 3 Foolball 1, 3. Water Polo 1. 2 Co-Caplain 2. Prom Comm, Chairman 3. StudenI Body Vice-Prosident 4 ESTON BOB HYDE olo 1, 2. 3 inq 1, 2, 3. jy Water Polo ; r» Swimming 2 Y Latin Club 2 WILLODEAN IVIE G A A 2, 3. 4 GloeClub 1,2, 3 Bar.kelball 2. 3. 4 olleyball 2. 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Program Committee, Girls ' League SON RAYMOND lACKSON Basketball 2, 3 Football 2 i . : j.cA 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Class Cheer Leader 3 KATHERINE JAYCOX G.A A 1. 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 2 Etiquette Club 1, 2% GlceClul] JEANNE lACOBSEN Class Treasurer 2 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3. 4, President 2 Girls ' League Treasurer 4 C S,F. 4 Class Play 4 G A.A I, 2, 3. 4 DOROTHY JENKINS G A.A I, 2, 3, 4 Etiquette Club I, 2, 3 Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4 French Club 2 L HNSor; Hi-Y SwimTiung 2, 3, 4 Indiar. Service Club 2. Football 2, 3 Science Club 4 NORMAN JONES WALLACE JOHNSON Football 3. 4 Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 LeROY iqw«;s Tennii3i4 ' HiyY3. -. MASASHI KARIYA Pleiad 3, 4 lapaneje Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Spanish Club 4 Science Club 4 Football 1, 3 Track I.Z, 3 4 CLOVIS KELLER . ' J LLOYD KEI. ' NAri Ciar.r. Tre-3r.urc: • ' Sv. ' eater Ccmn-.i tee 3 Indian Service Club Science Club I Basketball 3, 4 Ba.--,ebali t 4 V iLLIAM LAMB Science Club • ' President 4 V, I C German Club ' Pleiad 4 Latin Club DON KNOWLTON Science Club 4 Indion Service Club 4 Baneball 3. 4 Orchestra i, 1 ' ' j ' [yS " i jw CViliinet . ' •■ ' Jance Club ' I. 4 ■Gins Lea-i ' je Pliv 4 Senior Play 4 PHOEBE KRATZ Girls League Cabin. Pleiads 4 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3 GloeClub 1. 2 Etiquette Club I. 2. .1 Christmas Play 2, 3, 4 LeROY LEEP Football 2 Glee Club 1, 2 26 » v w ELOISE LEWIS Girl Reserves 3, -1 Forensics Club -1 Vice-Presidenl -1 A Cappeila 3, -1, Vice-Presidenl -1 Chnslmas Piay ' i WILLIAM LOITZ CSF. ■) Pleiads 1, 2, 3, 4; President Band 1, 2. 3. -1 Tennis 4 lenco Club 4 DOROTHY LOUCKS G A A, 1, 2, 3. 4 A Cappeila 3, ■! Glee Club 1. 2. 4 Christmas Play 2, 3. 4 :STER LOVERING Football 2, 3, 4 IRENE LUCAS ,i ' ' ' ' RUTH ANNE McBRIDE Girls ' League Play 3 Pleiad 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4 Etiquette Club 4 G A A 1. 2, 3 4 Latin Club 2, 3, 1 THELMA McKEiJZIE Swimming 1,3,4 Volleyball 1. 3. 4 Hockey 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3. 4 G A A 1, 2, 3. 4 ALBERT MICHAEL! AILEEN MIMTON A Cappeila 4 Glee Club 1, 2 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Etiquette Club 1 LeROY E LVOM IR CSF 4 Pleiads 1. 2. 3. 4 Vice-President and President 3 Editor Annual Pleiades 4 Track 1. 2, 3 S B Executive Board 4 Latin Club 2, 3. 4 GARNER McCOMBER " ; - McMAHAN ;j,.,f ._: .. i, 2. 3, 4 A Cappeila 3, 4 Latin Club 2, 3 " B " Football 4 Forensics 4 CHAS MIDDLETON Spanish Club 4 KAZUNO MIYAYA Pleiad 1,2, 3 Girl Reserves 1, 2. 3, 4 Japanese Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 Uniform Dress Board 4 Etiquette Club ! OSCAR LOVERiriG KATHLEEI! LYKAS DORIS McKENZIE Gtrl Reserves 2, 3 Treasurer 4 G A A 1, 2, 3, 4 Gig F4 Etiquette Clu Girls ' League RUBY McMAY Big F 3, 4 G A A 1, 2. 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 1 Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4 EARL MILES Hi-Y 4 Track 3 4 Kayak Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 Science Club 4 Press Club 4 BETTY LIPPE Spanish Club -1 Girl Reserves 3. 4 Etiquette Club 1 Program Committee, Girls ' Leorjue -1 VIVIAN LONG Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 Etiquette Club 1, 2 EILEEi; LIVINGSTON French Club 2, 3 Etiquette Club 2. 3 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3. 4 ERIvEST LOPP T iO II MARY M. MOORE J Etiquette Club I. ' . .. 3, 4 ' Ml ih 27 lACKIE MORGAil HAROLD MORRIS C, A A : E!iqu !t » Chit ' I FRED MURPHY Track 1 2 3, ■! Baftt ' lball 1, " Girl; Loaauc Play 3 ror ' . ' n;iir:i Club DOROTHY r;ASH ELEAHOR MORRIS Girl Hfsorvp!, .1 Eliqij. ' tlc Club 3. .; EUGENE NEEDHAM Foolball 3 Baskflbai: 1. : Clar.r. Play I. •) Girls ' Leaque Play ) ;• o f .f iki JM aiA KENDALL NEISESS GAYLE NELSON FUMIE NISHIMURA Senior class President Basketball 1 Girls ' League Cabinet 4 Hi Y 4 Hockey 2 Etiquette Club 1. 2. 3, 4 Science Club Tennis 3 Swimming 2 Sec -Treas. 4 G A.A. I, 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3. 4 Giris ' League Play Hockey 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Play Dance Recital 2 JOHN NISHIZU BILL NORDHEIM A Hi-Y3, 4 Pleiads 1, 2, 3. 4, Enqueue Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 4 President 4 Japanese Club I, 2. 3, 4 lajanese Club 1. 2. 3, 4 Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Captain 4 Girl Reserves . 2 .u Class Vice-President 4 Latin Club 2, 3, y Vice-President 3 CS.F. 4 STANLEY OLSEN MARGARET PALM DOROTHY PALMER Indian Service Club 3, 4 Transferred to Weekly Pleiades 3 Long Beach CARL PATTERSON HENRIETTA PATTON G A A, 1. 2. ■iff. Glee Club lA?. A. 2. 4 lACK PATTON Football 2, 3, 4 " B • Baseball 2, 3 Spanish Club 4 BILL PEARSON Football 1.2.3. 4 Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4 Baseboll 1, 2. 3, 4 Hi Y2. 3.4 HAROLD PLUMMER HiY I, 2. 3. 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3. 4 Indian Service Club 3, 4 Pror.idoiSl 4 GLENDA PEPPER Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. 4 Vice-President 4 G A A 1, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4, Vice-President 4 ■ ' A ' eekly Pleiades 3 ROBERT PLUMMER Hi Y LEWIS PETTERSON Glee Club 1,2. 3, 4 " ' i CORINNE PORTER Glee Club 2. 3, 4 Stagecraft 4 Christmas Play 3 French Club 3 Etiquette Club 2 f r ' 4 28 BERNAJ B PISIL Wol«frVol V 2, 3, 4 si tMg 1, 2, 3, 4 1 Manager 4; jjslant 3 icki VERNA P LAWREIICE Lalin Club 2 G.A.A- 3 lAMES POSTON GEORGE POWELL Football 2 MARQARf " ] ' . ELLEN REEVES Etiquette Club 2 Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Forensics Club 4 VIOLA RENNEKER Swimming 1,2.3,4, Captain 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 1 Big F 3. 4 GA A, 1, 2, 3. 4 All Star Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 NELLE RIEMER PAULINE PRICE Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Gir! Reserves I, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Etiquette Club 2. 3, 4 EARLENE RICKETT G A A 1. 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 1. 2. 3, 4 Etiquette Club 1. 2; Vice-President 2 Sports 1 , 2, 3 French Club 3 VIRGINIA RILEY ( MUi . 29 :UNIOR ROBERTS Girl Reserves 1. 2. 3, 4 Secretary 4 Class Secretary 2, 3 GA A 1. 2, 3. 4 VIRGINIA ROGERS MARGE R- Ji Secretary 4 Secretary 3 Student B- Girl Etique P 4 .en 2 erves 1,2,3,4 ce President 1 Big F 3, 4 G A A 1.2, 3, 4 AUDREY ROBINSON Big F 4 G A A 1, 2, 3, 4 Etiquette Club 1 Latin Club 2 BILLY RUGE !7 rL] m.di WANDA STEDMAII Girl ' Reserve;: 2, 3. ' 1 Presidcrit t BigF4 Pleiad ■! Class Play t Chnstmaa Piay -1 Lalm Club 2, 3 APRIL STEMPLE rror. ' --h Club 2. 3 C]ar.r Sonq Leader 3 Girls Leaaue Cabinet -1 Cla:;r, Play ■•. Girl Rer.erve:; 1, 2. 3, ' . lACQUELII. ' E STER rrr jvRAY STOt. ' E Unitorrri Drcris BoTr J ' Chairman -t Pleiad 3. ■! French Club 2 Life Saving 2 O A A 1. 2. 3, 4 Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, i Fcolhall 1. 2. 3. ' . ; C ' lplain ■ ' ij Bar.)t£-lball 1. :!. 3. baseball 1. 2. 3, 1 Track 3 H. Y ; 3. •); Presiler.l Class President ?. TED RUSSELL liK-t 1, 2, 3, -1 C Captain 2, ■ H Caj ' tain •! . !. Y 2, 3. -1. S. creiaiy .j •.rl t nat; Play il) V w- V : OB SATTLER oolball 1. 2 Jiieball 2, 3, ■! •;jy it Club 2 3 •! W- ' ' ' DOROTHY SCHULZ LJiquelle Club 1, 2. 3, 4 Girl Reserves 2. 3. 4 Swimming 3 ' Jance Clubt ' l if " A ALVir; SEAMAN JUSTINE SMALLEY G A A. 1, 2.3. .) Hig F -1 Girl Reserves 2. 3. 4 Etiquette Club 2 Program Committee, AMERON SOPHA ItiAl CY HUTHERFORD f L ' inn Club J. ■! Eiiquotio Club 2. 3. 4 GRACE SALZMANN Orchestra 2. 3 G H SATTLER Swimming 1.2.3 Watur Polo 1. 2, 3 Kayak Club 2. 3. 4, Caplain 3, 4 Indian Service Club 1.2.3,4 Science Club A CLYDE SAUER Science Club 4, President 4 Hi-Y Latin Club Forensics Club lUNE SCHUMACHER BAY OTIS SCOTT Pleiad I. 2. 3. 4 C S F. 4 Class Secretary 4 French Club 1, 2. 3. Secretary 2, Treasurer 2 Dance Club 3. ' % DOROTHY SHERMAN Latin Club 2, 3. 4 Pleiad 1,2, 3, 4 Etiquette Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ROGER SIEBE ELSIE SMITH Sports 1 G A,A 1 Dance Club 3, 4 I. RICHARD SMITH Track 2, 3, 4 RICHARD SOTELO WILMA STAMBAUGH Class Play 4 Glee Club 1,2, 3 Latin Club 2 Senior Ring Committee 4 G A A 1,2, 3, 4 - Girl Reserves 1-2| 3,,-; Secretary 4 wV - , LAUREN STERLING W, Football 1, 2, 3, 4 BERTALEE STRENGTH j, Ba. ' .oball 1. 2, 3 Tennis 2 Girl Reserves 2 Etiquette Club ' . . LORENA M SWEENEY V ILMA THIS CLARICE TINKER a eu Club 1, 2. 3 A Cappella 4 Chri:;lmas Play 2, 3, 4 WARREN TRACY Kayak Club 3, 1 Con Irucleci S ' .-nior Plaque PAUL THORNTON Class Vic. -President 3 Hi-Y ?.. 3, -1 Christmas Play 4 Class Play -1 Band 1. 2, 3. 4 Track 1. 2, 3, 4 RAMONA VAt; WEY G A A 1.2 Orchestra 1 Girl Reserves 1 Etiquette Club 1. 2 t 9.- BOB VAUGHAN Basketball I, 2. 3. A, Captain 1 Baseball 1. 2, 3. .1 Class President 3 Boys ' Athletic Manage: •! OLGA WARCH EVELYN WALKER EVELYN I., 7 ALKER G A A 1, 2.3.4, Secretary 4 ,A Girl Reserves 3. 4 Spanish Club 4 n W Biq F 3, 4 . AUDREY WfT Girl Reserves JACK WATSON Latin Club -1 Indian Service- Club -1 r v. ®if Board 4 HARRY WILSON Water Polo 2, 3, 4, Captain of Light- weights 3 Swimming 3 Latin Club 2 Indian Service Club 3. 4 Hi-Y i ROSE WHEELER MARY LEE WOOD HARLOWE WHITE Latin Ciub 3 Junior Varsity Base- ball 3. .1 Senior Play Advert CommitleG •! Science Club Senior Diich D Committo KENh easurer PiSsMenl 1 que Play 3 AUDREY YOUNG Girl Reserves 3, -I Class Song Leader 3 Hockey 3 G A A 3 , J l RALPH BL VJ RALPH lOE ZeJxeR ( SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES BETH YOUNG Pleiads 2. 3 Girl Reserves 1 Etiquette Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Latm Club 2, 3. 4 . i 31 ESLEY WN EDWARD ' CARTER IVAN CONNER DON FINCH JACK GALLAGHER BILLY HAND BILL HAWKINS FRED P ' .oiT ' ;h HOK: iREY TOM nA I .- i r.i ' j OLGA WITT CALVIN SHIPMAN AILEEN-6UTHERLAND BILL WARDRIP lESSALYN WINDNAGEL DONALD WITT ■ ' .- -• OFFICERS Dudley Boyce, Vivian Macdonald, Glenn Sutton Bud Dav son, Joan Cody, Jean Cody, Kenneth Hoffmnn junior Glass BACK ROW— H. Burdick, J. Blair, J. Baird, M. Beatty C Bartt ■ ' THIRD ROW -P Bnycroft H Chancellor, A Bniley, D. Burdorf, i Barton, D ' D. Bely. -mis, A. Adams, F.Bowles ,, Z. Barn- ::ton, H. Beltz, M. y r-ard. •1, R BA :. .V— J. Cny. N Davis, J. Chilton, C Chri=tlieh THIRD ROW— J. Cough- ran, H. Crom v.- ■ ildress, W. ( ■ ' " , :)W — J. Chap- man, D. Brev.- ■ -cvn, M. A ., ___: .,.-. ;.: _,::,ank, FRONT ROW— V, • -nip, M, Carey, 1. Burns, A. Caldwell, D. Carson. v «32 BACK ROW— R. Fraser, H. Dawson, A Druan jur-,- R F.-i Clark, R. Foist. CENTER ROW— J. E : : J- Cody, K. Fowler. FRONT ROW— V, .:.,.„., , ..a.v.-v_.n, ■•. burn, D. Chronister, F. Dalessi, H. Eddy. id P FrK-V-r O, : ;iy, 1. Col- BACK ROW— W. Gibson, D, W. G. Guinn. THIRD ROW— G. Gage, D. Gilfry, C. Gerjets, J. Griifen, j i Lii.nell, J. Fugii. SECOND R W " - ■ ' L, Flanigan, M. Enoltt, P. Gunby, N. Jordon, B. Harris, N. Granz — D. Farren, L. Fletcher, J. Greenawalt, D. Gross, D. Hall, B. hass. BACK ROW— O. Johnson, C. Horton, R, Hicks, R. Heiden, G, Collins. THIRD ROW— N. Holve, J. Haseltine, D. Johnson, D, Hatch, J. Hill, O. Hudspeth, D. Hermes. SECOND ROW— D. Hammond, M, B Hillis, R. Jackson, M. Hilzinger, L. Holt, L. Journigan, J. Hatch, J. Hilbert FRONT ROW— K. Hoffman, S. Jaberg, N. Johnson, J. Hemmerling, V. Jackson, E. Joseph, N. Johnson, E. Johnson. 33 dhet Ait BACK ROW -R. Kaub, R. Kelly, .! ,. .i-.., .. R Kauble. THIRD ROW- -I, Faiver, L Kinney?: Hyde: T. K. M. Kelly. SECOND ROW— R. Kibel, K. Lynas T , S, k i.i..;.. t.iu.-i, lA enward, R Keele, B. Kraemer. FRONT ROW— N.xL3iS Long, R. M. Leimer, C, Knight, H. Ledbetter, R. L k QJ-tt ? Knov lton. BACK ROW— B Lnkemon, C. Lewis, H. McClintock, J. Launer, R, Mar?.o. THIRD T. Nomura, I. Lotze, D. McCoy, D. Lyon, R. AUec, -.- - - .. - ' . - _ugue, M, McDanel, V. McDonald, V. Macdonald, M. Marcy, L. Merritt. FRONT ROW— C. Merrill, D. Martin, G. Newsom, C. M. McKenzie, M. Medland, E McCloud. BACK ROW— C. Potter, L Poore, J. Peek, B. Parks THIRD ROW— E Pane A Pr:dd;s, G. Proud, F. Olson, R. Wall.: .1 ROV L Van : riiUips, E. Otto, B. L. Edwards, B. L. Porter. FRC ' , ■. ' — - -..--. :...; V. Palmer, M. J. Oxarart, M. Phoenix, J. Prough, l, Weill. «34 lL BACK ROW R, Stroscheini, B. Starbuck, G. Sutton, D. V : :a D lack- son. THIRD ROW— W. Stocks, R. Smith, A, Swoop, R. Steveiiocn, " ck, D. Stoy, D, Simpson. SECOND ROW- R. Umbarger, B. Swan, : . ler, O. Smith, D, Sheets, D. Smith, M. Starbuck, H. Woer, FRONT ROW— O. Woite, N. Thuet, B. Stovall, G. Spohn, E. M. Swoffer,. M. B. Sutherland, S. Trotter. BACK ROW— W. Shaffer, C. Scott, J, Raggio, J. Rr.br.rt-. r Ri.pr, THTPn ROW — J. Shaw, W. Schweiss, D. Reimann, L. Richard .runk. SECOND ROW— C. Shaw, M. Royer, B. Riley, ivl ociiuie: ■ ■ B. Riggan, L. Ragle. FRONT ROW— A. Rubidoux, G L Richc: B. Schroeder, B. Schroeder, V ' ■ : i, B, L. Sauer. BACK ROW— E. Waller, R. Zeller, B. Yorba, J. D. Wh;- ;i Winter. SECOND ROW— H. Watmer, B. J. Windnagel, w .. .uai.:w,,, ;.: v..in- denberg, A. Watts, V. Vetter, M. Wood. FRONT ROW— A. Vanderburg, J. Werner, M. Wilson, C. Thurston, C. Wheeler, M. A. Whitaker, B. Wagner. 35 OFFICERS Jnnet Koch, Roy Schumacher, Lillian Funnell, Shirley Johnson, Fldon Knaus, Marion Holbrook Sophomore Glass Cierley. fcj: H. Beals, ' , ' " ' :riker, G. Buckmaster, J. Brown, I. Ash- . ...ard, N. Games, R. Brown, D. Ball, J. . — G. Alvarez, M. Armstrong, E Beatty, V. Armstrong, 5 ' as FRONT ROW— M, Bastanchury, C. Bowne, C. Mlin, B, Bland, V. Blackburn, J. Adams. BACK ROW— H. C ROW— D. Conrad, : ROW— R. Delop, I FRONT ROW— E. C I. Crawford. THIRD R. Collins. SECOND ■ :jer, R. Caillaud. ■ ilkins, M. Coltnn, L. Briggs. • ■ ' ?(- - rj «36 " c •4 n ' iH ' Cj r (p7 BACK ROW- Ford, R. Eimers, J. Earll, R. Dukes, E. Feltnor - " - V— L, Flynn, F. Dutton, J. Drake, S. Elhs, C. DePauw. SECOi: .eto Z. I. Elson, E, De Witt, M. r,.,,.-,.. 1 r:.,-.„v n, M. Don. inw;,i nv W— L. Dillow, B Enyart, F De! A. Craig, D. Delop, J. Edwards. BACK ROW A, Fuller, I, Hn-iMcr. F Halm, I. Franklin, G. Frainpi D. Fin! ' E. Foust, F. Gallag.,..;, .. .;v... ., : Jlenn. I ' i. l., .iwV-L Funnell, R Gobar, J. Franco, M. Fredette, H. Everett, M. Finley, J. Holguin. r Gradv. H. Hardisty, J. :ald, W. Fowler, BACK ROW— B. Harris, W, Ho ' jsev.-orth, A. Hinsdale, L. Houston, W. Hodson, G. Holzgrafe, E. Hartmann l- ' .OW E. Hodge, C. Hart, L. Greenwood, J, Heinz, R. Hering, R. Haxto;. . ND ROW— W. Jarrett, E. Hunter, D. Hatch, H. Hart, E. Granger, F. Holmes, F. Howard. FRONT ROW— R. Hibbs, H. Hamblin, B. Hope, G Guthrie, M. Holbrook, K. Griffen, J. Harwood. « 37 » . •V JflT i-J f , fy r BACK ROW- -W. Kennon, M. Jcnes, I. Liedtke, M. King, J. Leander. THIRD ROW - -C Kavanagh, E. Knaus, K. King, F. HoUoway, R, Lee, E. Lamberth. SECOND ROW— C. Jones, L. Jeffrey, S. Kistler, B. Kinsman, T. Karl, B. Johnson, C. Lemke. FRONT ROW T. Itano, J. Johnston, S. Johnson, R. Huffer, D, Jager, M. House- holder. BACK ROW— G. Lee, R. Wangrud, W. Neiman, K, Miles. THIRD ROW- -L Murao, S. McKinley, D. McGregor, J. McGraw, H. Miyaya. SECOND ROW- - M. Molina, W. Milhous, D. Morrison, M. L. Meddows, B Mmter, V. Luzar. FRONT ROW— P. Lippy, C. Leader, B. Kammerer, T. Ledbetter, J. Cook, F. Koontz, B. La Porte. BACK ROW— C. OMohundro, W. Rittenhouse, C. Negus, A. Oliver. W Rain- bolt, F. Nugent, C. Potts THIRD ROW- -J Porlwood, B. Reott, J. Nishimura, A, Naylor, G. Niguetle, K Page, W Nott SECOND ROW— I. Merritt, B. Nay, N, Martin, W. Nixon. G. Marley, M McHenry. J. Naylor. G, Montgomery FRONT ROW — D. Navarro. F McGaughy. M. Milhous, B L Minion, M Mlchaeli. il 38 » BACK ROW— F. Robison, W. Parks, O, ?-- " ■ " •• ' .urnacker, L ' - - - C. Summers, W. SawhiU. SECOND ROW ■; H. Reise, ' ; D. Rhyne, A. Stevenson, J. Renneker, L. Whitteinore, L. Rogers. FRON ' I r.OV. ' - M. Ratliff, L Riecke, D. Rickett, B. L. Renken, R. Sharp, P. Redman, H. Pride, N, Peterson. BACK ROW— R, Wrigley, B, Swisher, C Smith, H, Walhng, J. Whitelock. THIRD ROW— W. Smith, A. Schroeder, H. Nishizu, H. Vail, R. Winter, E. Webbe- V. Walberg, G, Wright. SECOND ROW— M. Williams, ]. Wright, C. ' . ' Woods, K. Vorse, L. Wham, B. Sterrett FRONT ROW— J. Yorba, J. £;_..., J. Smith, M. Vincent, A, Stone, J. Welch, E, Tindill, E. Tanner, L. Van Compel. FRESHMAN OFFICERS Jean Royer, Charles Hertzler, Donald Richey Jock Rogers, Dons Ann Bray, Marian Eraser, Jack Lee 39 ,4 y s CHARLES A. LINDBERGH t) So L ■•? »- ' " . « 0 . ' V ) ' {jfij 1 " Jr v ; - ' ORGANIZATIONS II «40 Id , ' t y fc Annual G leiades Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF --------- Le Roy E. Lyon, Jr. ASSISTANT EDITOR --------- Margaret Marcy PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR -------- John A. Drake BOYS ' SPORTS EDITOR -------- David M. Day GIRLS ' SPORTS EDITOR ------- Nelle Mae Johnson ART EDITOR ----------- Dorothy Sherman SOCIETY EDITOR ---------- Patty Redman FACULTY ADVISER -------- Gilbert O. Goodsell EDITOR ' S NOTE— The building of the 1938 " Pleiades " has been one of the most interesting and enjoyable tasks I have ever undertaken. I wish to use this opportunity of expressing my sin- cere appreciation to all v ho made this possible and to those who have assisted me. With deepest regards to the school and to our adviser, Mr. Goodsell, I am Sincerely yours, f -n « 41 » Redman She: Goodsell C. S. F. The life members of the California Scholarship Federation are: Patric: Jacob:.. .. ,... Schumacher. The f : Helve, Ruth Anne Sherman. icbnoe, Wynelle Holbrook, Jeanne ., Bill Nordheim, and June ?rs were: John Drake, Billy Kazuno Miyaya, and ' Dorothy Al cyomans The Alcyonians, or members c; ::., i,,j:iOnal Honor Society, are elected each year by a faculty committee. These members are ■seniors chosen for their character, scholarship, leadership and service. The members this year were: Joe H. Bray, David M. Day, endall Neisess, Jeanne Jacobsen, Jean Launer. Ruth Anne Mc- Bride, Margaret Rainbolt, William Lcit?. " " ' " • iheim, Elbert Hoffman, Patricia Adams, Edna Webbc; . Kratz, Fumie Nishimura, Katherine Gillilan, Marilen Har ' He Holbrook, John Drake, Jacqueline Sterrett, and LeRoy : n, Jr. « 42 » n lelad. The High School scholarship society, the Pleiads, had iho lorriest membership of its history this year. Oi the seventy-: ;rs thirty were freshmen and twenty-three, seniors. FuUerton played host to the chapters of the Northern Orange County District of the California Scholarship Federation in Octo- ber. The District President David Day presided over the banquet which was carried out in the Indian theme. Margaret Marcy v as elected to serve as District Secretary next year. Local officers for the first semester v ere: Bill Nordheim, president; DeWitt Lyon, vice-president; John Drake, secretary; Bill Holve, Treasurer; and Wynelle Holbrook, sergeant-at-arms. Second semester officers included: William Loitz, president; John Drake, vice-president; Marjorie Nordheim, secretary; Bill Holve, treas- urer; and David Day, sergeant-at-arms. .ry 43 » r? ' 4 t " ' . S ' U K ' ' s yv- .A ' , I ■ ' J { ' 7 A, Latin Club ,s_ - , Y ' ' J. V } ■ y A ' ' ' " r , y ' ■. the officpr ' of j e Latin Club wgre: D WJ iyon, consul; Elbert ' Hoifman,! vic©K:onsu1; Nelle Mete i prcretor; John Funnell, j A r ' , f ' j- -J quoe fbr, A hold pr entaHve. The , ' I ' J f Dcmiriguez, aedile; i nd D vid Day, press re- first biaevenVon tri L( in GJ u calendar-w B ,]Ke imf ' iatioh held, in l ove bei tljl I b«k Walton cabjjT in Hillcyest rk. Tjiere was d piaJsalksian - ebruary o the proceeds from which ■ ' were Med to bilyRomttn r cfe formeiGluib nfiuseum. J ' 7 The ' annual Ror ' ;rx uet was hg id in Jhe cofeten ir The Latin Cluo was ' q Te € [ vke ItiSgest ongantsiiyliorii on th e cam- v . pus drid VasodvH£ d by Mrs. jWfers. } s C A 44 » Spanish Qlub The Spanish Club this year adopted the name of El Sancho. Dur- ing the year they went to Padua Hills, Olvera Street, and to several Spanish motion pictures. The officers were: Felix Castro, president; Glenda Pepper, vice-president; Clarabelle Griggs, secretary; and Ramona Basabe, treasurer. Miss Turner v as the adviser. Jrenck Qlub «45 Mr. Myers was adviser for tl: • first semester were: Shirley ,. ....., w _:. : vice-president; Marian Holbrook spcrnta- For the second semeste: Aimee Nougue, vice-prec ar:.. .-i...... o.._.: Jones, treasurer. Several trips to Los An annual banquet were tht If 11K..11I 1 i-i - 1; V :{icers for the .!ar,vui-King, .- ' .s, treasurer. arks, ] :it; L- .-.-certary . i. aia .:i-h movies and the ine year. Japanese Qtub The Japanese Club wn ■:e most active on the campus. It v as advised by Miss ........ .: ..on. The officers of the club this year v ere: Satsumi Iwata, president; John Nishizu, vice-presi- dent; K-: Miyaya, secretary; George Fujii, treasurer; and Grace K . ... », member-at-large. El Dorado The officers of the El Dorado Club v ere: Felix Castro, president; Mike Molina, vice-president; and Dolores Navarro, secretary. One of the purposes of the club was to cr-- - ' - -j good-will attitude among the students on the campus. Ir. ry they presented a program to the Parent Teacher Associuiioii. Their adviser was Miss Bartlott. «46 Qirls ' League The officers of the Girls ' League this year were: i ' :._. president; Lilly Anderson, vice-president; Margaret Rain; retary; Jeanne Jacobsen, treasurer; ■ ' ■ can, FuUerton; April Stemple, La H.,.-; . . ..: Park; Mary Ann Gallon, Orangethorpe; Phoel Linda; and song leaders, Peggy and Patty Redman. „..,._-;ia Ycrba Q ' lrl Reserves The officers of the Girl Reserves v ere; Ruth Anne McBride, presi- dent; Kathryn Eddy, vice-president; Virginia Rogers, secretary; and Doris McKenzie, treasurer. The group presidents were; Wanda Stedman, senior; Verle Jackson, junior; Mono Ratliff, sophomore; and Virginia lUsley, freshman. The annua. ' ' - t- Daughter banquet was held m the Spring. i:«47: J(.ayak Qtub The Fullerton Kayak Club is the - ' carries through the summer mt: active during this period, with beach bay races. The club was star ' who copied the design of the :. ... well as boys build kayaks and to date Fullerton Kayak Club is the largest c ' Sattler, Jr., has been captain for two ) . ' ' Migh School which lyakers are very parties, stunts, surf, and by Mr. Marsden, ..-......- kayak. Girls as 130 have been built. The ' ■ ' ■ ' A in the world. G. H. Science Qlub Lamt Trea - Pres : this year by the students who ::ite interest in science. Among the ' " ' •hibit Day attended at Cal Tech. :ie first semester were: W. A. S. jr., Vice-Pres.; Clyde Sauer, Sec ' y- ■ ' Ellis, Pres.; Lisle Baldwin, Vice- Treas. " •-iLiJi «48: yi i Etiquette Qlub The officers of the Junicr-Senior Etiquette Club were: president, Martha Starbuck; vice-president, Wynelle Holbrook; and secre- tary, Jeanne Werner. The president of the Sophomore Club was Zella Elson and the president of the Freshman Club, Dorothy Austin. All the clubs met once a mo; ■ idvised by Miss Linde. Indian Service Qlub The Service Club attempts • life. One of its chief activ: dances. The officers were: naijia r.uiuii.ei, pieau Boyce, vice-president; and Lloyd Kennan, secreta; Miss Newton is the adviser. ;s ol y ■r. v.. Jorensic Qlub o tl. Mar- ■ " • " ' ' ih, advised by Miss Newton, was quite ■ David Day won the county award in lal Oratorical Contest. Public Speaking Class ■ " ' - ' :■• ]-) Yorba, president; Eloise Lewis, vice- rid Bcb Griffith, second semester; and Uniform " Dress " Board It was the duty r ' ■ ' ' ' - maintain the uniform dress regulatio: ..; .;: semester Jacqueline Sterrett was the chairman with Delia Sheets as her assistant; and the second semester Wynelle Holbrook was the chairman with Kathryn Eddy as her assistant. 50 » Hl-Y The officers of the Pii-Y were: Raymond St ' " v ,.....■;,!. .r f tt , ' Havener, vice-president; Ted Russell, secretai treasurer. The senior officers were the same -i for ine entire club. The junior president was DeWitt Ly ;:, .. phomore, Stanley Ellis; and freshman, Pat Hardy. The advisers were Arch Raitt, Mr. Redfern, and Mr. Cruickshank. G. A. A. The staff of the G.A.A. was headed this year by Fern Renneker. " Bobby " Randall was the very capable adviser. Evelyn Walker carried cut the duties of secretary as did Nolle Johnson her posi- tion as treasurer. The highlight of the year was the very success- ful annual indoor banquet held in the gymnasium. J- ' ' f : 51 ress Qlub Our school paper, : year by a grour " ' K K f r V 1 K 11 ' " sports, Vr ol Hi-Lights, was formed late in the ' ■ ' - J. - ■ ■■•i-iQ were advised by :.jIlowing journalists: slant editor, Margaret .re editor, Marilen Hart; , orts, Fred Krause; girls ■ulation manager, Dorothy Craig. ' Big 3. Gr; :-r r Mrs. Scott and headed by " Punky " :un doing things this year. One of the irticipated was the job of ushering ■ highlights of the year were the members. ft ■ t- i Dance Qlub Under the inspiring direction of Bobbie Randall the dance club this year put on one of its most successful recitals. The work of the year was devoted to preparation for this main activity. The program was presented on May 7. Along with the many solo originals by members of the dance club, several group dances denoting American life and ideas were given. JHlgh School T)ances There was a much better t: year than there has been which the Girls ' league se: dance were verv Harold Horn, Stuut-. and committees wer ■ ' eshmr :nces. 53 » Qkarley ' s unt " C " ' ' Aunt " , the play successfully produced on Broadway o: ■■ " od, was the play chosen to be produced this year b -JTue under the direction of Miss Newton. F: . ith three boys, who weren ' t tc :, playing the leads in this c y, ;vv-o oi me boys, are in a very embar- o _ ;neir Aunt from Brazil hasn ' t yet arrived tc : to which the two boys ' girl friends are invited. As a substitute they ;p their companion, Babs, to r. ' ' ' ■! humorous situations evolve, as the real Auw. jw_i jr..-. . 1 ;:;. ' ..T orrive, never ceasing until the end of the play. X CAST Brassett (a college scout) . Eldon Knaus lack Chesney Bob Jones Charles Wykeham .... Kendal! Neisfess Lord Fancourt Bobberly . , Elbert Hoffman Undergraduates cf St, Olde s College, Oxford Kitty Verdun (Spettigue ' s word) Pat Adams Amy Spettigue (Spettigue ' s niece) Jean Launer Stephen Spettigue David Day Colonel Sir Francis Chesney Farmer (a college scout) Donna Lucia d ' Alvadore:-. E!a Delehay Maud (a parlormaid) Paul Egeler LeRoy Lyon Joan Butler Beverly Kraemer Audrey Watkins 54 » Xflckens Qh-ristmas Qarol : i L I i t ' O i i t7_ " ' ._. 1 1 ' Dickens ' " Christmas Carol " was presenter; week previous to Christmas Vacation. Uno .- Litchfield and Miss Newton with the cooperation of Mr. Dysinger, and the students of the high school and junior college, this beauti- ful pageant was presented. All who saw it acclaimed it as the best of the cycle of four plays given. It is the story of the effect of the visions of Christmas past, present, and future on the hard, miserly Mr. Scrooge. Perfect character interpretation combined with excellent direction, and marvelous staging helped produce one of the most spectacular events of the year. High School Members of the Cast of " THE CHRISTMAS CAROL " David Day, Bill Holve, Bob Gobar Virainin Brown, Glenn Wright man, June Edwards, rt: --;;i. jeMnne Jacobsen, Patty Redman, ' - Kratz, Eldon Knaus, Ted Russell, Wanda Stedman, Marilen Hart, the me:: ' ' ' high school A Cap- pella choir, G. :::d Freshman chorus. SNew 3 ires CAST Lucinda Andrews, a widov , Marilen Hart Suzanne Toler, a spinster, Wandn Stedman Sid Sperry, a farm hand, Kendall Neisess Jerry, his son. Bob Gobar Stephen Santry, an author. David Day Billy, his son, Elbert Hoffman Phyllis, his daughter, Jean Launer Anne, his wife, Wilma Stambaugh - ' U --- Olive, his daughter, Katherme Gillilan Eve, his daughter-in-law, April Stemplo Dick, his son, Eugene Needham Doctor Lynn Gray, a country physician, Paul Thornton Mary Marshall, a neighbor, Ramona Basabe Mrs. Marshall, her mother, Jeanne Jacobsen Angle Sperry, Sid ' s wife, Glenda Pepper T ' . . - : resented an intrigui; ' il comedy, " New F.; ,.- :-. ... .: ......jtic undertaking of t;. ,..,.;r. The story deals with the problem of a well-to-do author who has suddenly come to the realization that his family is becoming .;. His wife and elder daughter have snobbish social ideas, ins elder son has married and expects his father to support them, and the two younger children have become spoiled brats. How a stubborn young doctor and a case of scarlet fever resulted in the successful solution of the problems made one of the most interesting plays to be presented in thi. ' - ' ' ■ .-tory. 56 » Pasadena !Play CAST OF " SO WONDERFUL (IN WHITE) " Ginny Brash Marilen Hart Peg Shipman Jean Launer Gail Stevens Katherine Gillilan Jane Held Audrey Watkins Eleanor DeWitt Virginia Brown Cresson Wanda Stedman Bushelmon Neoma Guggisberg Frankel Glenda Pepper The New Girl Jeanne Jacobsen The drama students of Fullerton Union H Wonderful (In White) " , a one-act plav in the Senior High School Di vision nf ' Tournament for Second the County contest held at the State finals at the Pasadena CJoniii. The action of the play dealt with the pi in the hospitals. L. -flu .-) in «57 tf Band Under the dire ' ' i the high school band was very active ' er part of the school year. During t: It all the home games and did stunts in th ' : , :ig field. In the Armistice Day parade it ■ me of the members of the Junior C : won first prize in the division of the bands. In February it presented an assembly . jm during which was !• ow number r: d by the pipe organ. It also participated in the Spring Concert. 58 !rf ) L.,U - ai ' Ai. t |E d:fl| P Orckestra The orchestra has grown in ability and numbers through the efforts of its director Mr. Walberg. The organization has lent its fine atmosphere to many occasions. It has become a school and community expression. The leader and the members of the or- chestra have brought much credit to Fullerton High School. Mr. Walberg has kindly given his time to individual students out- side of the regular class period in promoting the study of each particular instrument. The enthusiasm and interest of the students helped make possible a trip to hear the Philharmonic Orchestra at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Auditorium. The Orchestra exhibited its talents by participating in ' ' --•= ' - " ' nal Spring Music Festival, the Senior Class Play, Girls ' I ••■ , and various other activities. (59: n ' ' ' iVfvj -fil i-r ,. ' C ' ' ' ' - C .t.i " tv : i ' " . — 2 7 A y Qappella Qkolr Th.r- A n O: v.- Concert : Choir played an important part in the celebration :.: season. For several years preceding Christmas ;:ols were broadcast throughout Fullerton from the auditorium. Foremost among the club ' s activities .on in the Christmas play and the annual Spring 3reshman. Qhorus The fifty-. ' i ' s ' lirlont.s n[ the Freshman Cb- rnc; should be praised for their work. They hav n their ability by their sue : ranees. The chorus is well organized and function;: ..,.,;. .. .., ...nder the capable direction of Miss Tilton. 60 » ■Boys ' Qlee Qlub The exceptional work of the Boys ' Glee Club, u- ' ship of Miss Tilton, brought pleasure to many a ence. The members worked steadily and sincer ' great credit. The school appreciates the part they iiove contributing their talents to the enjoyment of others. Qirls Qlee Qlub Under the direction of Miss Tilton, the Girls ' Glee Club took an important part in many school activities. The spring music con- cert and the annual Glee Club assembly were enjoyed by appre- ciative audiences. The problem of melody writing played an im- portant part in the girls ' class work. f h- M JAMES I HILL SPORTS «62 •ir m z y ' ,- - r ; Oi- 1. ■■ ' c - ■ -.X, ,b . . ,1 . 1 .- ' V ' ' ;Lr .:f - - ' ' . V .; -■ C jt.- . ' . ry J vy A COACHES Pickens Fullerton Union High School is fortunate in having an exception- ally capable coaching staff. Coach Glen Lewis, despite the heavy burden of his duties as Head of Department, turned out excellent " C " and " D " basketball and lightweight baseball teams. Coach Don Cruickshank produced a strong Varsity football team and powerful track teams. The " C " track team took the Foothill League championship. Coach Wendell Pickens, new to the department, coached a first- class Varsity basketball team and Varsity baseball team. Coach Alva Straw, also new to the department, assisted Coach Cruikshank with the Varsity football team and coached the " B " basketball team. Coach Jimmy Smith has one of the most enviable records of the staff, having turned out championship teams in swimming, water- polo, and " C " football. Coach Art Nunn produced one of the best " B " football teams in several years. Coach Bob McCormick assisted Don Cruickshank with the A, B, and C track teams. Coach Gerald Boege again guided Fullerton ' s tennis teams through a successful season. We are not only indebted to the coaches for turning out fine ath- letic teams but we wish to extend our appreciation for their inter- est in other school and community activities. - - .SONG LEADERS Ran-.ona Basabe Betty Lou Porter « 63 : McCorinici: Boege , ( atUk chd oapi oioii-; Cooney J4j- ' P ' - ' Uawson « . i ' if-i J i ' Earll jodcliild ' ' VARSITY Coach Don Cruickshank and Coach Alva Straw were fortunate m having ten returning lettermen on the varsity this year. Despite a number of bad breaks the team was able to capture several vic- tories. Besides those whose pictures appear on these pages, special credit should be given these boys who did their work solely for experience: Ends: Herrman, Peek, Friend, Sutton and Vanden- berg. Tackles: Haslam, Roberts, and Morris. Guards: Needham, Wygal, Yorba, Hevener, Kersting, John- son, Holve, Gobar, Horton, Patton, and Cooley. Half- backs: Baldwin and Swisher. The team was capa- bly managed by Bernard Pospisil. The members of the team were sponsored and intro- duced at the annual Hi-Y Football Banquet held in the cafeteria in December. f n (HI ,- , S-. .j _ _. J . ' • « 64 » «1«BV --f Lovenng Pear Pu:ki . FOOTBALL FULLERTON 7 FULLERTON 20 FULLERTON FULLERTON 6 FULLERTON 7 FULLERTON 6 FULLERTON FULLERTON SCORES CHAFFEY ANAHEIM HERBERT HOOVER 24 MUIR TECH 6 SOUTH PASADENA 41 SANTA ANA 7 GLENDALE 18 WHITTIER 13 After playing off a tie with Herbert Hoover, Glen- dale emerged winner of the Foothill League crown. lA i iBt " © V ( - y Simpson 4Sk Starbuck Sle ri:ng Po-pi. il 4Al 65 -W " B " Football By the skillful use of his material, Art Nunn molded one of the best " B " teams in several years. Ted Rus- sell and Don Stoy were co-captains; and the team was managed by Bob Breckenridge. The lettermen included: Edmund Bertoti, James Cox, George Cril- ley, Kenneth Fowler, Dick Ganong, Woodrow Gib- son, Charles Griffin, Charles Huddleston, Owen Johnson, Lawrence Murao, Tomomi Nomura, Joe Noutary, Lawrence Roberts, Ted Russell, Otis Scott, Charles Smith, Lewis Solesbee, Don Stoy, and Art Swoap. The " B " team was sponsored and intro- duced at the annual Hi-Y Banquet held in the cafe- teria in December. Coach Art Nunn ' s " B ' s " were unusually successful this year, losing only two of the nine games played and being scored against by only three teams. FULLERTON 20 FULLERTON 20 FULLERTON 22 FULLERTON FULLERTON FULLERTON 13 FULLERTON 7 FULLERTON 6 FULLERTON SCORES BREA ORANGE G ANAHEIM HERBERT HOOVER 13 MUIR TECH SOUTH PASADENA COVINA 6 WHITTIER 12 GLENDALE « 66 ; r - m p, r j glr K l ii. ' " C " ?ooiha[[ Coach Jimmy Smith ' s Cees again proved the out- standing football team on the Campus. Headed by Captain Fred Robison, the team had an almost perfect record. Lettermen included: Bill Brashers, Richard Brown, Don Crystal, James Drake, Perry Haxton, Donovan Holve, Oral Hudspeth, Bob Ke- wish, Leon Loumagne, Vincent Luzar, William Mil- hous, Henry Morimoto, George Morse, Charles Ne- gus, Masami Ogata, Fred Robison (c), Alvin Rog- ers, Glenn Savage, Raymond Sutton, Clark White, Lloyd Wise, and Jack Yorba. The team was capably managed by Glen Wright. At the season ' s close, Fullerton stood first in Foothill League with nine victories of ten games played. SCORES FULLERTON 12 BREA FULLERTON 20 GARDEN GROVE 13 FULLERTON 27 ORANGE FULLERTON 26 EXCELSIOR FULLERTON 24 COVINA 6 FULLERTON 7 HERBERT HOOVER FULLERTON 13 LOYOLA FULLERTON 14 VALENCIA FULLERTON 6 EL MONTE 13 FULLERTON 13 WHITTIER 7 67 » (A 17 ( h ' i4 1 A iti) 10 I Capl Allen Butler Dawson ijooacniia Pec » 5? Varsity basketball ■■■Al Pickens, in his first year of Fullerton High ty Basketball coaching, produced an un- ;. ., .;;...-_ th and well organized ball team. Although it did not capture the championship, the team won thirteen of the twenty games played. Lettermen included: Bud Daw- son, Bill Goodchild, Jimmy Peek, Bruce Butler, Bill Pearson, Ray Stone, Bob Vaughan, and Captain Bud Allen. The team was managed by Bob Brenckenridge. SCORES -lughan FULLERTON 40 SOUTH PASADENA 25 FULLERTON 14 ORANGE 11 FULLERTON 39 BREA 19 FULLERTON 21 TUSTIN 18 FULLERTON 25 EXCELSIOR 29 FULLERTON 27 ALUMNI 25 FULLERTON 17 WHITTIER 32 FULLERTON 27 TUSTIN 20 FULLERTON 46 MUIR TECH 41 FULLERTON 26 GLENDALE 39 FULLERTON 40 SOUTH PASADENA 25 FULLERTON 30 ANAHEIM 23 FULLERTON 23 ANAHEIM 19 FULLERTON 28 WHITTIER 36 FULLERTON 28 MUIR TECH. 25 FULLERTON 21 GLENDALE 32 FULLERTON 15 ORANGE 14 FULLERTON 22 SOUTH PASADENA 18 FULLERTON 10 HERBERT HOOVER 18 FULLERTON 5 ORANGE 6 p " ( P, f O ( . ' O. A O ,C f J(T I : " .. I « 68 " B " l asketbatt Coach Alva Straw ' s " B " team had a rather tough season, but the team members gained much valuable experience. Every letterman will return next year, and the ' 38 Varsity ' s prospects look very promising. Lettermen in- cluded: Edgar Fisher, Kenneth Fowler, Dick Ganong, Woodrow Gibson, Marvin Kelly Irwin Lotze, Dale Mendenholl, Bill R Dick Hemes, and Captain Don Stay n it- team was managed by Francis Nugent and Martin Echito. SCORES FULLERTON 26 WHIITIER 46 FULLERTON 41 MUIR TECH 55 FULLERTON 17 GLENDALE 32 FULLERTON 25 SOUTH PASADENA 26 FULLERTON 18 HERBERT HOOVER 23 FULLERTON 32 WHITTIER 29 FULLERTON 19 MUIR TECH 42 FULLERTON 20 GLENDALE 16 FULLERTON 18 SOUTH PASADENA 34 FULLERTON 17 HERBERT HOOVER 23 FULLERTON 18 ORANGE 25 FULLERTON 20 BREA 13 FULLERTON 22 TUSTIN 14 FULLERTON 21 ANAHEIM II FULLERTON 18 CITRUS 27 FULLERTON 27 TUSTIN 20 FULLERTON 18 EL MONTE 14 FULLERTON 16 MONTEBELLO 13 FULLERTON 32 REDONDO 33 FULLERTON 19 TUSTIN 18 FULLERTON 20 ANAHEIM 22 FULLERTON 16 ANAHEIM 19 69 class " C " and " D " Basketball Glenn Lewis coached the " C " and " D " basketball teams, teach- ing the players the foundation and fundamentals of the game and playing a regular schedule. The teams were managed by Pat Hardy, assisted by Roy Trail and Aivin Rogers. The lettermen of the " C " team included: Dick Brown, Joe Dobashi, James Drake, Leonard Greenwood, Clarence Jadd, Bill Milhous, Henry Mor- omoto, Joe Nishimura, John Wright, and Captain Leon Loumagne. " D " lettermen included: Dan Jackson, Charles Kavanagh, Cle- ment Miyaya, Charles Pryor, Afton Spurlock, Dick Wright, and Captain Leland Boucher. " C " SCORES " D " SCORES Fullerton 18 Bre.i 11 Fullerton 19 Brea 15 Fullerton 13 Orange 14 Fullerton 8 Orange 16 Fullerton 8 Yorba Linda 4 Fullerton 8 Yorba Linda 4 Fullerton 20 Valencia 19 Fullerton 8 Valencia 7 Fullerton 26 Whittier 30 Fullerton 13 Brea 19 Fullerton 19 Brea 19 Fullerton 17 Whittier 13 Fullerton 9 Wilshire 7 Fullerton 22 Wilshire 20 Fullerton 27 Muir Tech 24 Fullerton Fullerton 18 20 Muir Tech Anaheim 16 22 Fullerton 18 Anaheim 15 Fullerton 18 Wilshire 6 Fullerton 11 Glendale 16 Fullerton 12 Glendale 20 Fullerton 11 Anaheim 19 Fullerton 9 Anaheim 7 Fullerton 13 South Pasadena 12 Fullerton 10 South Pasadena 9 Fullerton 13 Herbert Hoover 29 Fullerton 22 Herbert Hoover 24 «70» ■ " ' %s,-» l ' t - - -t- t fi Varsity Jennls Although only five lettermen returned this year, many new players reported for tennis to round out Coach Boege ' s Team quite successfully. The team en- joyed a good practice season defeating Orange, Pomona, Covina, Excel- sior, and Anaheim. In the league the team defeated Whittier, Muir Tech, and South Pasadena, to end up fourth in league standings. Inexperience of many of the players cost a number of matches. The team lined up in the following order: singles — Harold Plummer, first; Bob Stevenson, second; Oakley Waite, third; Bill Parks, fourth; doubles — Joe Bray and John Langfcrd, first; Bus Parks and Horton Sherwood, second; Bobby Delop played fifth singles and acted as substitute in league matches. Only two members are graduating, so the team next year should be quite strong. Lettermen were Joe Bray, Harold Plummer, Oakley Waite, Bob Steven- son, Bobby Delop, John Langford, Bill Parks, Horton Sherwood and Bus Parks. JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS Despite the fact that this is the first year I :i has had a Junior Varsity Tennis team, quite a number of fellows reportea and formed a fine team. The team had no practice matches but immediately entered into league compe- tition. They had defeated Muir Tech and Whittier and lost to South Pasadena and Glendale with six more ' ' ' ' ■ ■ ' • ' mainly started to give playc:. i experience in playing other si- well, Russell Johnson, Willi : Bobby Delop, Richard Smith .:, .;.....:, The team was supervised by G te. 71 Capt Pryor Cooney Douse Earll Garre.t Hodman lones PospisU Smith Sulton Walberg Wihon Varsity Waterpoto Although it was forced to retire to third place in Southern California standing, Coach Jimmy Smith ' s Varsity Waterpolo team defeated the two cham- pions, L. A, High and Ingle wood. Coach Smith started from scratch this year, building a team with only one senior playing first string. The lettermen in- cluded Glenn Sutton, Jack Smith, Elbert Hoffman, Jack Earll, Bernard Pospisil, Bob Jones, Bill Dauser, Kenneth Cooney, Har ry Wilson, Victor Walberg, Bill Garrett, and Captain Art Pryor. FULLERTON 3 FULLERTON 9 FULLERTON 8 FULLERTON 10 FULLERTON 7 FULLERTON 2 FULLERTON 6 FULLERTON 8 FULLERTON 11 FULLERTON 2 SCORES U.C.L.A. FROSH 5 HUNTINGTON PARK 2 HUNTINGTON BEACH 4 WHITTIER MUIR TECH INGLEWOOD WHITTIER HUNTINGTON PARK L. A. HIGH HUNTINGTON BEAC 6 4 ao 4 A ' % L ' Lgktweiglit Waterpolo Coach Jimmy Smith ' s lightweights successfully defended their Southern California championship for the sixth time in seven years, by virtue of a tie with Inglewood. Managed by Roy Schu- macher, the team had the following probable lettermen: Billy Clay, Oral Hudspeth, Fred Nott, Charles Childress, Max Royer, Charles Potts, Gene Feltner, Chet O ' Mohundro, John Drake, Kenneth Hoffman, Perry Haxton, Kenneth Page, Fred Dutton, and Captain Fred Robison. FULLERTON 2 FULLERTON 2 FULLERTON 4 FULLERTON 5 FULLERTON 1 FULLERTON 5 FULLERTON 2 FULLERTON 7 FULLERTON 4 SCORES HUNTINGTON PARK L. A. HIGH BEES 3 3 HUNTINGTON BEACH 3 MUIR TECH INGLEWOOD WHITTIER HUNTINGTON PARK L. A. HIGH BEES HUNTINGTON BEACH «73 JJarslty Swimming Although the Annual went to press too early for details of the Southern Cal meet, Fuller- ton ' s swimmers were well on their way to- ward another championship. With a team composed almost entirely of juniors, Coach Jimmy Smith made a most creditable show- ing. The probable lettermen included Sam Collins, Kenneth Cocney, Jack Earll, Paul Egeler, Floyd Fiaxton, Bob Jones, Art Pryor, Jack Smith, Victor Walberg, Bob Johnson, Fred Robison, Don Vandenberg, Glenn Sutton, and Cla rence Scott. The team was captained by Glenn Sutton and capably managed by Howard Eddy and Paul Withers. v - ••-. i 74 Lightweight Swimming Like the Varsity, the Lightweight Swimming season closed too late for a complete record. However, also like the Varsity, the Light- weights were on their way to another cham- pionship. The probable lettermen included Charles Childress, Billy Clay, Oral Hudes- peth, Chet O ' Mohundro, Max Royer, Jack Hil- bert, Fred Dutton, Charles Negus, Perry Hax- ton, John Wright, Bill Spencer. The team was captained by Fred Robison, who was later re- cruited by the Varsity. Every letterman will be returning next year, and these combined with the returning Varsity lettermen will keep the swimming crown safe for several seasons to come. The team was capably managed by Roy Schumacher. 75 Allen Dawson Goodcl.ild Ilarpjr Pearson Richardson Simpson Varsity ' Baseball At the time the Annual went to press, Fullerton ' s baseball team led in league standings. Bud Daw- son was elected shortstop of the all Southern Cali- fornia Second Team. The team ' s members included; catcher, Ray Stone; pitcher. Bud Allen; first base, Bill Pearson; second base, Bob Vaughan; third base, Bill Goodchild; ss, Bud Dawson; If, Claud Harper; cf, Lloyd Kennan; rf, Louise Richardson. Reserves in- cluded: catcher, Don Simpson; pitcher, Glenn Buck- master; outfielder, Walter Beard. SCORES FULLERTON 4 WOODROW WILSON 8 FULLERTON 3 WOODROW WILSON 4 FULLERTON 14 POMONA 6 FULLERTON SANTA ANA 10 FULLERTON 4 POMONA 3 FULLERTON 7 SANTA ANA 4 FULLERTON 1 WHITTIER FULLERTON 7 MUIR TECH 4 FULLERTON 3 GLANDALE 1 FULLERTON 9 SOUTH PASADENA 5 FULLERTON 6 HERBERT HOOVER FULLERTON 4 WHITTIER 5 FULLERTON 7 SOUTH PASADENA 6 FULLERTON HERBERT HOOVER 4 Vaughan «76 junior Varsity ' Baseball Unfortunately the Junior Varsity had hardh bequn its season when the Annual •.■ quently the record is far from coiiip, Coach Lewis saw much promise in anticipates coming out near the top in lea ing, if the present attitude holds out for trie remain- der of the season. The squad members included Arthur Bacon, Frank Benjamin, Bill Dauser, Gene Feltner, Karl Fisher, Edgar Fisher, Dick Ganong, Robert Gobar, Hal Hevener, Robert Joyce, Rudy Kauble, Don Knowlton, Charles Lewis, Lee Lou- magne, Henry Morimoto, Joe Nishimura, Masama Ogata, Clarence Scott, Don Simpson, Harlowe White, Bernardo Yorba, and Captain Don Stoy. The team was managed by Jack Cierley. •e 77 r - ' :i ' ' Y N. ■C •- J : jt i VARSITY TRACK The Varsity Track team this year was not as strong all ' round as in years past, but had some ol the most outstanding individual periormers. Bill Nordheim took first place in all the dual meets in the 220 low hurdles, besides several in- vitational meet victories. Frank Chil- dress was outstanding in the broad jump. These two members were the only two to enter the Southern Califor- nia finals. Nordheim is one of the fast- est hurdlers that the school has ever had. Varsity lettermen were: Bruce Butler, shot; Frank Childress, broad jump; Norman Davis, sprints; Marvin Hartmann, high hurdles and broad jump; John Herrmann, 880; Masashi Kariya, shot; Earl Miles, mile; Fred Mur- phy, 440; Bill Nordheim, sprints and low hurdles; }. R. Smith, high jump; and Darwm Buis, low and high hurdles. SCORES Fu: Fuiii-i i ' -Jii uj, Fullerton 42, Fullerton 35, Glendale 81 Whittier 50 Muir Tech 69 Herbert Hoover 77 Fullerton 39, South Pnsadena 74 « 78 » i-. 3 e Jrack This year ' s lightweight teams were very powerful due to the number of out- standing members. Darwm Buis was outstanding in the 70 yard high hurdles and m the 120 low ' s. J. R. Smith set a new school high jump record of 5 ' 10 3 4 " for class " B " and was never beaten in league competition. Lawrence Roberts was never beaten in the " B " shot competition either. He also won the novice title at the Chaffey invitational. He set a league record of 51 ' 3 " . Tomomi Nomura was outstanding in the 220 yard dash, getting second in the league finals in record time. Many of these mentioned should place in the Southern California finals. The " B " team took second in league stand- ing and also in the league finals. Lettermen were: Ed Bertoti, broad jump; John Blair, sprints; James Cox, sprints and low hurdles; Lester Hamilton, high jump; Tomomi Nomura, sprints; Ted Russell, shot; Lawrence Roberts, shot; and Art Swoap, 1320 yard run. The ' C " team was not so successful in dual competition, consequently placing last in league standings. However, due to individual power they captured the League Finals, defeating Glendale by one point. Don Crystal, a freshman, was outstanding in the 120 low hurdles, setting a new school record of 13.8 sec- onds. He also won the novice race at the Chaffey Invitational. Bob Kewish was outstanding in the shot. Norman Johnson set a nev hundred record of 10.4 seconds for the league. Bill Milhous set a new " C " ;: record of 20 feet and won the League Finals. Le " " ' " ■ ' " " O; Don Crystal, high jump and low hurdles - ■ ' oi- son, sprints; Bob Kewish, shot; Bill . ' ■ ' . ■ sprints; and Glen ' ■■ , shot. ■ J- y-i _ ■B ' SCORES Fullerton 29 1 2, Herbert Hoover R5 Fullerton 53, South Pasadena 42 Fullerton 51, Glendale 43 Fullerton 59, Muir Tech 35 Fullerton 32, Whittier 63 Fullerton 18, Herbert Hoover 59 Fullerton 35, South Pasadena 42 Fullerton 37, Glendale 40 Fullerton 35, Muir Tech 41 Fullerton 37, Whittier 40 «79 i ' ot ' f ic 4r. . 4i if aOr W J M Randall Logan Rhead cow. 5 Cooley COACHES Headed by Florence Randall, the girls ' coaches received the ap- proval of the girls throughout the year. This was proven by the enthusiastic cooperation given to their coaching by all classes. Miss Randall, better known to the girls as " Bobby, " presented an enjoyable dance recital with the aid of her dance club. She helped, also, m the coaching of basketball, hockey, and baseball. Miss Logan or " Logie " proved the effectiveness of her coaching by turning out a first class tennis team. She also coached a hockey team and helped a great deal with the refereeing. Under Miss Rhead ' s able supervision swimming was one of the leading sports this year. Life-saving and various after-school sports were also coached by Miss Rhead. Besides coaching the seasonal sports, Mrs. Scott or " Scottie " also coached swimming. The archery teams under her supervision were very successful throughout the year. Miss Cooley, this year ' s addition to the coaching staff, was the First Aid instructor. She also helped coach the after-school sports. 80 ' Bask Basketball, under the capable management of Edna Webber, was a very successful sport this year. It developed into close competition between the juniors and seniors for the champion- ship. However, after three close games, the seniors took the honors. The winning team was coached by Miss Cooley. Playday was held in our own gymnasium with all teams winning except the freshmen. The Big F Society acted as hostess, and the G.A.A. took char ge of other duties. 3nterclass Swimming Many girls, by their faithful practice, showed that the; keenly interested in swimming. They were very capabl; _...:.:. aged by Gerry Newsom and coached by Miss Rhead. After having interclass meets, the seniors, the champions of last year, again carried away the title. The playday was held in Santa • • oved very successful for FuUerton. The senior, junior, s i freshman teams were captained by Jackie Sterret;, w., .... . . , Lois French, and Charlene Egeler, respectively. n » Volleyball Although volleyball is not liked so well as some of the other girls ' sports, there was a very good turnout this year by all of the classes. The juniors took the championship with the seniors placing second. Fumi Nishimura held the position of manager and assisted the coaches with the teams. 3nterclass Jennls Under the management of Ruby McNay, tennis proved to be a very popular sport this year. The interest of the girls was shown throughout the season. The seniors won the championship with the sophomores and juniors tying for second place. Playday was held in Santa Ana with Fullerton carrying away the honors. The senior, junior, sophomore, and freshman teams were captained by Aileen Sutherland, Margaret Knowlton, Barbara Sterrett, and Doris Ann Bray. 82 X a A yrjL, ]? ' i j y Jiockey Do you like to play hockey? Many girls proved that they did by coming out for faithful practices throughout a successful season. Dorothy Brown deserves much credit for the way she performed her duties as manager. After a close race, the seniors became champions with the juniors running a close second. ' Baseball Because it came so late in the season that the winners were nr ' yet known, pictures were taken of the junior and senior teams to represent baseball. Miss Cooley and Mrs. Scott coached all four of the teams and were helped by Elva Mae Sv cffer, the manager. 83 Swimming Life-SavLng Under the capable coaching of Miss Rhead and the managing of Gerry Newsom, the swimming and life-saving team was very successful. The team demonstrated its ability at the P.T.A. exhibit held in April. The girls learned the different methods of saving lives and the different strokes. ll-Star Jennls The all-star tennis team was coached by Logie and managed by Ruby McNay. The girls proved their worth m the sport by prac- ticing faithfully and attending all of their games willingly. They displayed their prowess in many successful meets held during the year. 84 » L % lyg t dl ' t»w- f .-s - ' , -i i: 85 » V. U- ' -d .:-. Ur Iv.- ' . t ' -c?. c -- -A-- UL_ • Af- ( . STUDENT t wOf «86 : A % ,1 } «90 f a I r 3 n Pernor lam. Leaves have their time to fall, and flowers to wither at the North- wind ' s breath, and stars to set — but all, thou hast all seasons for thine own, O Death! — Hemans. We regret the untimely passing of: Bradley Humphreys — September 10, 1937. ' Betty Kammerer— March 25, 1938. 93 » y A ) 1 ' ; V V i ] ' ' ' c ' h A ' is V) " xi J I N . I J J ' i :. V J ' r j 3n Appreciation We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the cooperation of the following people and organ- izations who diligently worked with us in producing the 1938 " Pleiades " . Fred Smith Los Angeles Engraving Co Don Steans Don Steans Printing Co. Jarrett Photographic Studio Sam Babcock Babcock Cover Co. Earl Dysinger School Photography Gilbert O. Goodsell Faculty Adviser «95 M tr " y.


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