Garden Grove High School - Argonaut Yearbook (Garden Grove, CA)
- Class of 1944
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1944 volume:
Published by the students of
Garden Grove Union High School
h' To the many Argonauts Who have
answered their country,s call to
armshand to those Who have given
their liveshwe humbly dedicate
OUR it HONBR ye
BAUER, STANLEY L.
BROADY. ROBERT RALPH
BARLOW. JAMES WILLARD
BERRY, ARTHUR, Deceased
DAVIS, BILLY Gn
DONOVAN. WALTER EDGAR
HEBESTREIT. EUGENE F.
HOECKER, E. GRANT
FAIRES. E. WILLIAM
GUPTILL. JAMES E.
JORDAN, ELLEN JANE
HOLT. CECIL MILBURN. JR.
HOLT. KENNETH WAYNE
HFMPHRY, ELMER B.
JONES. EVERETT H.
JORDAN, DONALD S. JR.
NIONROE, ROBERT F.
MARTIN JZ, BASIL
MCKEE. RAY L.
MOORE. AINSWORTH F
THAYER, BYRON J.
WALLACE, WILLIAM N.
WEAVER. JOHN L.
VVILDER, EANNON A. L.
SCHAITER, LEONARD, JR.
SCHRADER. LLOYD CHARLES
SMITH. CYRIL A.
STRONGE. ROBERT, Deceased
TYLER, DAVID T.
VAN KEIRSBULCK, ROGER
VAN POOL, JACK
VAN POOL. JOE
VAN BEEK, BILL
POLLARD, WINSTON, Deceased WARNE, TOMMY
PYSDE. , WILLIAM
FINE ARTS BUILDING
The battlefields of the war are far away. The menace of invasion is fading. Victory may
In spite of all this, our awareness of the struggle is intensified. Three hundred seventy-one
Argonauts are now in serviceeeighteen percent of all. Three gold stars now appear
among the blue. Each week we welcome to our campus a larger number backeback
home for a few days. Their insignia and service bars testify that Argonauts Lght 9L1
around the world in many capacities.
eOur pride in their achievements is great. May the day come soon When they Will be
returned to us.
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RIISS BETH COSNER
MISS MURIEL ANDERSON
W Student Body Business Adviser
Bays' Health Adviser
Life Science, Athletics
MISS ABBY CHAPMAN
MISS JESSIE EMMA FILES
MISS ANNA FINLEY
, ., HOMER KEELE
MRS. EILEENE KNOWLTON
Freshman Class Adviser
DONALD S. JORDAN
Sophomore Class Adviser
W. V. McCLAIN
Registrar, Senior Class Adviser
Senior Problems. Pre-Flight
BIBS IRENE PRINGLE
Typing. Office Practice
JOHN L, MITCHELL
Principal Adult School
MISS CARMOLITA ROUS
Girls' Health Adviser
Life Science, Biology, Athletics
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MRS. SARAH TALBOT
Junior Class Adviser
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Walter Donovan. Charlotte Steres. Milton
Andres. Stanley Bauer, Carol German
Led by President Walter Donovan, the governing of this yearts school activities has been
capably managed by the student body officers, the Council, and the Commission. It has
been their job to act as intermediaries between the faculty and the student body. Anything
that the students wish to be brought to the attention of the administration can be presented
to the Council.
Meeting once a week, the Commission enforced the laws decreed by the Council. The Judge
of the Student Court, J ack Blystone, dealt out appropriate punishments to student offenders
at weekly court sessions.
In addition to regulating student activities, the governing groups have enjoyed a number of
social events throughout the year, Which, it is hoped, Will continue by custom.
GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS
Ruth Rez, Mollie Doig, Marilyn Kellogg, Barbara Jones, Charlotte Stores, Dorothy Ryssman,
Pauline Steres, Peggy Strange, Carolyn Broady
Those splendid assembly programs that we have all enjoyed have been under the direct
management of Carol German, Vice President. Charlotte Steres, acting as Student Body
Secretary, recorded all Council proceedings.
Milton Andres, Business Manager, and Stanley Bauer, Publicity Manager, have headed our
successful bond drives, along with numerous other duties.
Standinm Walter Donovan. Clifford Donovan. Bill Rogers. Milton Andres. Orville Rez, William Cadwalla-
der, Ralph Reeder; $ittiny Mn Dungan, Avis Bryant, Stanley Bauer, Charlotte Steres. Lloyd Andres,
Carol German, Mn Doig.
$tandinm June Fritcher, Lee Wheeler, Walter Donovan, Bruce Bartleson, Ralph Stuck, Jack Mitchell, Bill
Rogers; Seatem Jack Blystone. Pauline Stems, Mervin Patterson, Carolyn Broady, Blair Smlth, Donald
Marilyn Kellogg, Bill Rogers. Evaline Callen
Bill Rogers. Mollie Doig, Stanley Bauer
Registration day this year caught the class of 414 turning into the home
stretch, determined to blaze a name for themselves in their last year to-
At the beginning of the year they won the first war bond contest and
earned funds for the Annual by staging a drive for waste paper.
On color day a minority group of Seniors thoroughly trounced the J uniors
by dragging them through the mud two times in a row.
A highlight of the year was the Senior Play tiMy Sister Eileen.H Under the
direction of Mrs. Knowlton, it proved to be a solid success. Their competi-
tive assembly failed to be a winner, but their acting ability was upheld by
several of their number who participated in the Student Body Play.
The traditional Senior ttDitch Daytt was carried out with the utmost secrecy;
the other classes finding out about it only When the seniors failed to show
up for the first period classes.
Baccalaureate on June 4th and commencement exercises on June 8th for-
mally concluded the senior year of the class of 1944.
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BARBARA JEAN EGGLETON
CAROL LOUISE GERMAN
CHARLES NELSON GRACE. JR.
VELMA LOUISE GARDNER
ERMA BETH GUYNN
BETTY LEE HANEY
ALICE BIAE HELMS
EUGENE F. HEBESTREIT
GERALDINE LEE HOGANSON
CECIL MILBURN HOLT. JR.
KENNETH WAYNE HOLT
MYRLE JOY HOLT
ELMER B. HUMPHRY. JR.
JOSEPH M. INGRAM
BARBARA JEAN JONES
EVERETT H. JONES
DONALD S. JORDAN. JR.
MARILYN JUNE KELLOGG
BYRON W. KEMPER
MARY JUNE KENT
JOLLY W. KILE
STANLEY FULLER MATTOON, JR.
ALICE MARY MEDRANO
EVELYN RUTH MILLER
ROBERT F, MONROE
GLENN T. MYRACLE
BETTY LOU NOBLE
WALTER E, PALMER
EVELYN ADALINE RATHKE
BETTY ELLEN RICHARDSON
RUTH ELINOR REZ
MARGARET El RIVES
WILLIAM E. ROGERS
ROBERT CLARK SCHILLER. JR.
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Ralph Stuck, George Zlaket. Avis Bryant,
Ralph Crawford, June Fritcher, Mervin Patterson
Ralph Stuvk. George Zlaket. Ella Hudson,
Ralph Reader. Charlotte Steres. Mervin Patterson
The juniors safely negotiated their transition to the ranks of
upperclassmen and, thus secured, began an active year. High
on their list of successes was the J unior Play, ttNothing But
Their competitive assembly was a near-riot version of the
ttHenry Aldricht, radio show. They dominated the journalism
department, the majority of them answering to the call of
45. For winning one of the bond drives, they were all re-
warded with a jeep ride.
A muddy Color Day ended in defeat for them but they re-
sponded nobly at the close of the year by feting the gradu-
ating class royally at the Prom. Among a setting of stars,
past differences were forgiven and the two classes enjoyed a
memorable evening together.
CR'chk me Richard Gillespie, Alvin Coplin, Bruce Bartleson, Eugene Kempel'. C V Kellogg. John Bergner;
Qliddlw Pauline Hansen, Carolyn Brandy. Muriel Dungun. Alice Dodson. Avis Bryant. June Fritcher.
Ella Hudson, Joyce Littlejohn, Marjorie Littlejohn, Emma Lawson; UanU Verla Gardner, Charlene
Kemper, Mardene Barlow, Lorene Davis, Mara Dunlap, Virginia Head, Ruby Huxmn, Sarah Lopez.
G3ack me Dick Layton, Ralph Stuck, Robert Long, Bud Muuerhan, Monte Montgomery. Glenn Mark,
Walter Leachman, Jerry Nankervis, Don Mivhaels, Kenneth Ogden, Hmv.u'd Prior: Qliddlw Ralph Reader.
Phillip,Rush, Laura Mae Palmquist, Ruth Reid, Marian Roderivk. Luella Rathke. Anna. Parks, Helen
Vuicich, Pauline VVilsun, Mervin Patterson, Glenn Phillips, Ralph Crawford. George Zlaket; UMch Floy
Wilmoth, Elaine Moffitt, Mary Turner, Pat Miller. Catherine McIntush, Ruth Reafsnyder, Charlotte Steres.
Juliet Olsen, Dorothy Ryssman,
FIRST SERIESTER OFFICERS
William Cadwallader, Robert Brecher. BurIEigh Hunt,
Sarah McIntosh, Frances Shearer, Carol Montgomery
Although staggered by the defeat handed them by the freshmen on Scrubs, Day, the sopho-
mores soon shook themselves clear and came back, with blood in their eyes. They won top
honors in one of the bond drives by subscribing over $7,000.
The line-ups on B and C athletic teams were sprinkled liberally wth sophomores, and the band
had its share of them.
Their competitive assembly success, ttThe Mummy,s Touch," was professional in calibre and
they also shared the limelight of success Withupperclassmen in the student body play, ttCross
R0w D D. Olson, B. Kelsey, H. Wallace, D. Vance, J. Mitchell, C. Weber. 0. VVoodall, A. Logan, D, Torres. D. Trumpy. R. Wiley
W. Stinmson; Giow m R Schonberg. B, McCambell, B. Owens. J. Ne H, J. West. J. Rogers. F Shnurer. S, McIntosh. J. White. Junelle
Thigpen. M, Kimball. E. McDonald, G, Lance. D. Laux, J. Lanternnun; Garonw D. Spillmzm, C Montgomery, E. VVycoff, P. Steres. P.
Strange, A. Martinez, J. Smith. C. Latham. P. Powers. M Keener. ' x. ,
Giow D H. Davids. B. Hunt, F. Girton, B. Adams. H. Ferl'in, H. Christensen, V. Ayala, B, Crosby, J. Day, B. Brecher, M. Hudson.
N. DeVos; 010w D J. Crawl. R. Eidelson, B, Clark, P. Jones. S. Brown. N. Jagger, B. Galloway, B. Andres, B. Cadwallader, W. Bailie,
Louise Davis, Verna. Comeau, M. DeSutter, J Gargan, G. Bmwnell. DA Guihan, E. Bartlett, E. Ireland. NA Beatty.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
Burleigh Hunt, Lloyd Andres. William Cadwallader,
Margaret Giminez, Dixie Guihan
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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Orville Rez, J. D. Haley, Jim Bolte.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
Wilbur Watson. Donald Mark. Marilyn Garr.
Contrary to Argonaut tradition, the class of 47 thoroughly squelched
the sophomore favorites in the Scrubst Day sack rush and volleyball
contests. By so doing they were able to dispense with the customary
and very messy scrub initiation. Inspired by their success they quickly
settled into the school life.
Not content to take a rear seat in the competitive assemblies, they
forged ahead and captured first honors with their neatly executed con-
ception of the ttSqueaking Doorh mystery air show. In sports, the
Freshmen were extremely active. They were in several key positions
on B and C track and football teams and they turned out in large num-
bers for baseball.
If a good start means anything, the class of t47 is destined tottgo places."
GBark Rme J, Matta, M. Gonzales, L. Graden. J. Haley. D. Mark, A. Maroh 1ent. B Lanternman, M, Love. D Luenbergcr. R. Jone.
mnddlm M Gewnan, H. Lawson, E. KilP A. Guynn. M. C en, M. Hollenbeck, E, Matmnn, Mason. L. ' ' B. Hepn. W. Jarrett.
Hoecker UTan M. Hall. B, Mr'Damel. L Mean L. LaRue, E. Gailey, B. Leith, 1m Garr. M. . Lopez. . Hollembaek.
Bar310 B. ernan. O. Ryssman, J. Radwell. ' Powell, L. Reafsnyder, B. XVhitefield, V'. O'Connell. B, Smith, C G. X er3a, 0. R82,
W. W'atson: Quiddlw E. Sanborn F Olmrr, L. Smith. D. Twason, h Sorenson, L. Parmns. C, Young. M. Smith. I. Sanborn, R Richard-
n, G. R :e, M. Rainey; HFronH R M. Raminaz A Sieveke, DJN'olland, M. W'h Maker, V, Re d, L. Stark. B Neff. T Serrano.
Bac10 E. Dumon, L. Faler. J Coon H. Becerra, D. Allison. B, DeMonte, R. Dunbar. D. Croahy. C. DonO'arL T. Bolte. H Faber:
OuiddleD R. Callen, D. DeW'itt, P. B own, L Delgadilln, E Castrn. B.Choelo, D Bl tkman, P, C! nhardt, B, Estep, C D uns. A. Fergus,
M. Dodd, R. D01 Jins; WW no A. Faber, D. Butler, J. Brunton, L. Bryant, A. Eggleton. D. Donley, M Coleman, N. Burke, 3L Gal'CId.
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The chances of having an Annual appeared to be very slim at the beginning of the year.
The Argonaut adviser for the past few years had been called into the armed forces and
the shadow of war-time shortages loomed dark. The seniors didntt cherish the thought of
not having a yearbook and, so determined, they began to clear for action. Because of pre-
vious work on the Argolog, Elmer Humphry was appointed as editor. Other persons with
a talent in art or a knack for words were called upon to help.Mr.W.V.McC1ain assumed
the roll of adviser. Miss Abby Chapman supervised all art and make-up work while Mrs.
Eileen Knowlton managed write-ups.
The going sometimes got rough, but that they have stood the fury of the storm is proven
by the book.
Elmer Humphry. Editor
Winifred Chaffee, VVrite-ups
William Rogers, Boys' Sports
Barbara Jones, Girls' Sports
Mollie Doig, Features
Carol German, Write-ups
tStandinm Lorene Davis, Fred Obarr,
Bruce Bartleson, Arthur Fergus, Burleigh Hunt:
tSittingt Juanita Gargan, Frances Shearer,
Miss Finley, Adviser. Pauline Hansen
This year, as always, our Argolog reporters have hidden behind every bush and tree to
get ttprizeh information. Every activity and bit of gossip has been, more or less, authentic-
ally reported. Usually the paper is printed and distributed weekly. Paper rationing and
a small staff, however, went hand-in-hand this year in forcing an every-other-Friday
Miss Anna Finley, adviser, and the staff members added much to their store of journal-
istic knowledge When they attended the 21st Annual Newspaper Day at the University of
The burning or commendatory editorials, the gossip columns, and an occasional sparkling
anecdote, expressed through the Argolog, have become an integral part of school life at
tTnm Stanley Bauer. Publit-ity Manager: Lee Wheeler. Business Manager
Evelyn Miller, Art. Mukeup; tBnttnnn Charlene Kemper. Art; Alma Gsne
Schroff, Art. Make-up; Barbara Eggletrm, Art. 'lXVpist. Burleigh Hunt. Cartoonist
BETTY .FAGE t
Although it is their first year at Garden Grove High in any official capacity, ttcompetentll
is the word that describes Betty Page and Ruth Rez. Both are Argonauts. Betty hails
from the class of 40 While Ruth, graduating with her class this year, answers to the cry
In addition to being secretary to Mr. Doig, Betty also is in charge of the main office. Hers
is the voice that sends the days announcements ringing through the speaker system. A
large portion of her time is spent in selling school supplies across the counter to students.
Across the foyer in the attendance office is Ruth Rez. Her duties include keeping all
attendance and registration records up to date and in good order. Its a difficult task but
she does it well.
September 27 - School opens.
September 28 - Trouble begins.
September 30-Timid Freshmen mop up the football field with Sophomores in annual Scrubsi Day
September 31-Freshmen sneer at Sophomores. Sophomores gaze dreamily at unused initiating
October 14 1 Students from Downey burn a 9D" on the front lawn during the night. Curious Argo-
nauts wonder Where they got the gasoline. Itts rationed you know!
October 15-Argonauts get licked by Downey 12 to 7 in the first football game of the season.
October 16-G01den Fleece sponsors first rug-cutting session of the year.
October 18-Varsity football squad rolls over Brea 13 to 6. Argonouts, hopes rise.
October 29 -Va1encia and Garden Grove call it quits With a 13-a11 tie.
November 5 - Tustin football squad rolls over Garden Grove 19 to 0. Argonautsy hopes fall.
November 20 e Girls take the boys to the Co-Ed dance. The girls foot the bills.
November 21 e The boys begin paying again.
November 29-Everyone comes back to school stuffed with Thanksgiving turkey.
December 1- Some of the Juniors get their first bath as the Seniors drag them through a very wet
mud hole in annual Color Day tug-of-war.
December 10-Juniors present their class play, "Nothing But the Truth?
December 18-Junior class sponsors a pre-vacation dance.
December 19-Christmas vacation begins. Unwilling students are forced to take it because of Mr.
Doigts proclamation that no one will be allowed to come to school during the vacation period.
January 18 - Seniors set the theme and present the first competitive assembly of the year. Seniors
claim it to be the best one so far.
February 1 -Juniors give their competitive assembly. They democratically use entire class in the
February 4 1 End of the first semester.
February 8 -Grades and parents questions come out simultaneously.
February 15eSophs give their competitive assembly. Seniors graciously withdraw their claim to
February 29eLeap Year Day. Freshmen give their winning competitive assembly. It is a master-
piece e almost.
March lO-Basketball season ends with two wins out of ten games. Silence reigns.
March 11 -Big senior dance blow-out in the gym. Santa Ana Army Air Base orchestra adds to the
March 14 eMilton Andres gets a grade of 7092; in a physics test. The world of science is stunned by
March 15 - Basketball season has ended with two wins out of ten. Track season begins with Garden
Grove taking Tustin to the cleaners.
March 120eSevera1 student commissioners ditch and go to the beach. They all get caught and are
invited to a conference in Mr. Doig,s office.
March 22 - Valencia and Brea come to a track meet with Garden Grove and get whipped.
March 31 - Student Body play, tiCross My Heart," successfully staged.
April 8 e Argo-Jinks dance. Booths for dart games and fortune wheels clean every purse in the house.
April 18 11 The Frosh, Sophs, and Juniors get caught flat-footed as the Seniors sneak off for a well
earned ditch day. tIt was officially authorizedJ
April 27 e The Argonaut staff has a big argument over who did what, and why. No conclusions
May 1 - Campaign speeches are given for Student Body officer contenders.
May 14 eMrs. Knowlton gives play cast ten minutes time out for supper.
May 18-19 -Seniors present their class play, nMy Sister Eileen?
May 20-Argo-Fair and Alumni Dance.
June 3 - Junior-Senior Prom.
June 4-- Evening Baccalaureate services at the First Methodist Church.
June 8 - Commencement.
June 9 - Whoopee!
STUDENT BODY PLAY
Glenn Mark, Pat Cronhardt. Stan Bauer, Joan White, June Smith, Bruce Bartleson, William Ba'lie, Ardis Egglemn, Margaret
Giminez. Lyla Bryant, Bill Rogers. Sarah McIntosh.
The Argonaut thespians upheld a11 traditions of the school this year by staging three out-
standing plays. The success of each dramatic effort was proven by the enthusiastic throngs
The Student Body Play "Cross My Hearttt had Brent DeMonte and Joan White in the stellar
roles. Under the able direction of Mr. D. S. J ordan, it included in its cast many Freshmen
and Sophomores as well as Juniors and Seniors. The ability shown by the underclassmen
indicates that the plays to come are assured successes.
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Elmer Humphry. Stanley Bauer. Sterling Columbia, Marilyn Kellogg. Everett Jones, Bill Rogers tseatemv Barbara Jones. Carol
German, Robert Monroe, Glenn Myrar-le, Lee Wheeler. Donald Jordan, Jack Blystane ton coucm, Walter Donovan. Mollie Dnig,
Dean Beitler, Velma Gardner, Winifred Chaffee, Stanley Nattmm,
The Senior class undertook the production of the sensational Broadway play ttMy Sister
Eileenft Ours was one of the first high schools to present this stage success and because of
the advance interest shown, four performances were given.
Marilyn Kellogg and Carol German turned in excellent performances as Ruth and Eileen
Sherwood, while Stanley Bauer and Walt Donovan played fine supporting roles as Appopo-
lous and The Wreck. Under the fastidious eye of director Mrs. Eileene Knowlton the play
was a brilliant success.
J UNIOR PLAY
Brun-e Bartleson, Floy Wilmoth. Ralph Stur-k, Mara Dunlop, Lloyd Carr, Elaine Moffitt. Charlotte Steres, Mervin Patterson.
The Juniors started the high schools stage productions by their presentation of ttNothing
But the Truth? The play, revolving around Mervin Pattersorfs promise to tell the truth
for twenty-four hours, was a hilarious success. Mervin Patterson and Bruce Bartleson proved
themselves outstanding actors. The play was under the direction of Mrs. Knowlton.
The dramatization of a well-known radio program was the theme chosen for this
yearis competitive assemblies. It was unique in that no costumes and little or no
stage settings were used. A microphone, front and center, was for the most part
the sole important prop. All four assemblies played up the humorous side of their
commercials, and the sound effects for all were very neatly done with a dash of
humor or a touch of realism, Whichever the script demanded.
Mr. Anthony and his Court of Human Relations was amusingly portrayed by the
senior class at the first assembly. A variety of well-known products were adver-
tised in a musical commercial during the program.
At the second assembly, the members of the junior class gave their version of the
Henry Aldrich radio show. Practically every member of their class participated
in the assembly.
SENIORSetTop ROVW C. German, J. Scott, M. Kellogg, B. Noble. M. Doig, S. Sivy, Velma Gardner, Evaline Cal-
len; tFront ROWO D. Bell, Blair Smith. S. Mattoon. S. Bauer, J Blystone, E. Humphry.
JUNIORS etTop Rowi G. Mark, R. Stuck. L. Carr. M. Patterson. E, Copeland, E. Kemper, Di Michaels, G. Zlaket.
B. Bartleson: tMiddlei K. Ogden. J. Fritcher, H Vuicich, Ci Steres. A. Bryant. L. Palmquist, D. Ryssmzm, V. Head,
C. Kemper, Lorene Davis, H. Prior; tFronU Verla Gardner. M. Turner, S. Lamkin. F. VVilmoth, C. Broady, Er
Moffitt, M. Dunlap, A. Dodson.
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SOPHS A tBackt Et McDonald, L. Andres, W. Stimpson. R. Schonberg. W. Bailie, G. Lance, D. Trumpy: fFrontt W,
Cadwallader, C. Montgomery, J. Rogers, P. Steres. G. Bsownell, J. Lanternman
FROSHgtBackT F. Obarr, Bruce Smith, W. Watson, J. Haley, D. Mark, J. Bolte, C. Donovan; tFronU OT Rez.
M. Hollenbeck, lVL Whitaker. L. Bryant, M. Garr, Bt DeMonte.
The last two assemblies took on a touch of mystery plus murder. The sophomores
presented a truly chilling mystery play entitled ttThe Mummyts Touch? from
The Little Theater Off Times Square. The lighting effects for this little drama
were quite eerie.
The Winners in the competition were the freshmen. Through several well-execut-
ed murders, theirs was a complete and very humorous picture of what the Inner
Sanctum broadcast is like. Brent DeMonte scored a direct hit With the audience
as Raymond, the emcee of the creaking door tales.
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tBack Rom F. Obarr. W. Cadwallader, FL Copeland, B. VVheel:r. W. Donovan D. Jordan, S. Mattoon, R, Stuck, B. Bartleson,
M. Patterson: tSecondT W. Stimpsnn. G, Zlaket. 0, R82, Ii Strange. R. Eidelson, A, Schmff. A. Helms, V. Head, D. Ryssman.
S. Bauer, M, Andres, L. Andres. Mr, McClain: tFronU R. Schonherg, A. Marinez. Ct German. Ct Broady, M. Turner. B. Jones, M,
Doig. M. Kellogg, R. Rez. P. Hansen.
Like its membership requirements, the Golden Fleece society reflects a high activity record for
1943-44. The tthigh-spot,t of the year was the unescapable initiation for the new members. At
the annual Golden Fleece sponsored faculty dinner, turkey was on the menu. Later in the year,
the home of the adviser, Mr. McClain, was the scene of a gay Christmas dinner. In addition, the
Golden Fleece sponsored school dances and ushered at play performances.
Officers for the year were Lee Wheeler, president, Bruce Bartleson, vice-president, and Pauline
tBack ROVW W. Cadwallader, S. Mattoon, R. Stuck. M. Andres. St Bauer. L. Andres. F. Obarr; tMidde
A. Fergus, W. Stimpson, A, Martinez, D. Ryssman. M. Turner. P. Hansen. A. Dodson, L. Palmquist.
V. Rice: tBottomT Jt Rogers. R. Eidelson, C. German. Miss Finley, AL Kellogg. M. Doig, C. Kemper.
During the 1943-44 school year, members of the Scholarship found it wasntt
ttall work and no playtt for their society. Under the leadership of Miss
Finley, adviser, and the elected officers, the organization was a prosper-
The first event of the year was a Christmas gift exchange at a members
home, followed by a theater party. A dinner in the school barbecue was
enjoyed in March, and in May the club sponsored a moving picture shown
in a school assembly.
The respective first and second semester officers for the year were Carol
German and Stanley Bauer, presidents; Stanley Bauer and Marilyn Kel-
logg, vice presidents; Molly Doig and Ruth Eidelson, secretary-treasurers;
and Ralph Stuck and Stanley Matoon, program chairmen.
UPON R. Reeder. M, Patterson. Mr. Beatty, R. Stuck, M. Muntgumery: tFl'onU E. Humphry.
Gt Myracle, Bt Wheeler. W Donovan. Blair Smitht
Led by President Blair Smith, the Hi-Y group participated in many activities throughout the
year. Dinner parties were often held at the different members, homes and, occasionally, din-
ners were enjoyed with other Hi-Y groups of the county. Regular business meetings are con-
ducted once a week. The president was assisted in his work by Vice President Glen Myracle
and Secretary-Treasurer Lee Wheeler. The Hi-Y, a group of boys chosen from the Junior and
Senior classes, has ideals that are high. Its purpose is to create, maintain, and extend through-
out the school and community high standards of Christian character.
tBack Roxw G. Casidy. J. Bergner, O. Barbee, M. Hudson; tMiddlet W. Whitefield.
R, Galloway, D. Olson, R. Brecher, Mr. Martin, G. Lance, D. Laux, J. Radwell;
tBnttomT J. Mauerhan, M. Montgomery, R. Kelsey. J. Day. H. Wallace, E. Copeland.
F. F. A.
The local chapter of the Future Farmers of America proved to be a live wire this year. In
addition to many educational field trips to surrounding dairy farms and poultry ranches, the
F. F. A. provided much high class entertainment to the student body. Their war bond auction
in mid-year netted over $3000 and the success of the traditional Farmers Ball in the closing
weeks of school cannot be disputed. All Future Farmer activities were directed! by Mr.
Bruce Martin. t
Mxrilyn Kellr Mollie Daigu Ruth Rez
Music nearly became a major war casualty this year. but Mr. German was drafted as instructor
and the work of this important department has been conducted in spite of war time handicaps.
The Glee Club has offered an opportumty for all girls who have wanted to sing and its public
appearances indicated much hard work. The most important of these were the teachers, recep-
tion for parents and the baccalaureate service.
Mollie Doig, Marilyn Kellogg and Ruth Rez, who form the Girls7 Trio, have been enthusiasti-
cally received whenever they have appeared.
The instrument class has furnished soloists for many school and community entertainments.
The Band has maintained a high standard although; its activities have been limited by the
elimination of the usual parades and festivals. Football games, assemblies, plays and commu-
nity programs have provided a full schedule for this popular organization.
tBack me Dnruthy VVuIlzmd, Evaline Callsn, Mary Roe. Marian Roderick, Mary June Kent. Betty Haney; fSecond ROVW Mr. Ger-
man, Virginia Reed, June Smith, Vivian MacDonald, Mardene Barlow. Carol Young: Adeline Martinez, Charlene Kemper, Jeannette Brunton,
Beverly MchnpbelL Mollie Doig; tFirst me Shirley Hollembeek, Joy Holt, Marjorie Hollembeck, Joan White, Sara McIntosh, Margaret
Giminez, Lois Means, Modell Harris, Betty Richardson, Barbara McCleary, Alberta Cassell; tRight Fronw Carol German, LaV'erne Hame
brick, Barbara Jones.
Marilyn Kellog', Betty Noble
Charlotte Stems. Pauline Steres, Avis Bryant
Darlene Smith. Alhm'tn Cussell.
June Smith, Barbara Neff
Back Roxw E. VVildm'. K. Ogden, O. Ryssman. H. Prior. 8. Neff. J, Smith, A C 55311, R Ohan', R, Sturk. W.
Mr. German: Second Rom A Bryant, S Columbia, B. Bartlcson. C. German. AL Giminez. J White. S MvInLosh,
J. Rogers, R. Reid, J. Littlejohn, C, Steres, M. Patterson, VV Chaffee, P. Steres; UTrtmt me B. Jones,
M. Garr, B. Richardson, J. Gargan. W. Bailie, B. Smith
Palmer, W. Cadwnllador,
A. Martinez, M, Lewis.
E, Ireland. P. Stronge. E, Moffitt.
MERVIN PA TTERSON
WALT DONOVAN ?gw
The varsity footballers had a fairly successful season in ,43. The main weakness in the
team was the lack of experienced reserves. The line was especially hard hit here.
Special emphasis was put on physical conditioning this year to put the starting line-up
in good enough condition to play the whole game. Injuries were very light, Lee Wheeler
being the only player who was injured seriously enough to be kept out of any games.
Mervin Patterson and Walter Donovan were elected as the outstanding players this year,
and Walt Donovan and Bill Wallace honorary captains. Boys who showed promise of be-
ing in there and pitching next year were those three horsemen of the Sophomore class,
Dick Vance, Melvin Hudson and Howard Wallace.
Garden Grove-e 7 Downeye12
Garden Grovee13 BreaeG
Garden Grovee13 ValenciaeIB
Garden Grovee 0 Tustine-19
Garden Grovee21 Lagunan
Garden Grovee 1 Capistranoeforfeited
tTow Roy Schonberg. George Vieira, Robert Monroe, Everett Jones, Jack Blystone, Dean Beitler, Bill Wallace, John Weaver, Lee Wheeler,
Coach Beatty: tMiddlw Douglas Bell. Manager, Melvin Hudson. Don Michaels, Elvin Coplin, Joe Ingram, Stanley Mattoon, Sterling Col-
umbia, Robert Broady. Bill Rogers, Ralph Crawford: tFronU Howard Wallace, Dick Vance. Bernard Alvitre, Walter Donovan, Donald
Jordan, Ralph Reader, Clifford Donovan, Mervin Patterson.
Back Roxw Robert Andres. Robert Jones, Walter Leachman, Fred Obarr, George Perkins, Orville Rez, Burleigh Hunt.
Wilbur Watson: Qliddle Berle Lanternmun, Willard Jarrett, Quemin Hecker, Rodney Richardson Melvin Dodd. Albert Marchman, Sid"
hey Powell. Joe Malta. Bruce Smith, Cmn-h Beatty: 0'?an Manuel Gonzales, Clay Kellogg. Bill Tiernan, Richard Gillespie. J. D Haley,
Don Mark, Jim Bolte
PAGE 4 9
Due to transportation shortages this yeafs Bee and Cee football teams were com-
bined. There was an exceptionally large freshman turnout and the greenies, may
be expected to provide fine varsity material in another two or three years. The
squad had a fairly successful season, winning two games and dropping two.
Herbert Ferrin. Manager, Milton Andres. W'alter Donovan, George Vierira, Ralph Reeder,
Everett Jones, Dean Beitler, Douglas Bell, Coach Beatty
The ttAt, basketball team seemed to have trouble with their teamwork
this year. Although Coach Beatty tried many different combinations he
couldntt seem to dig up a quintet that would play consistent ball. Boys
who participated actively were Milton Andres, Douglas Bell, J ack Blystone,
Walt Donovan, Everett Jones and Ralph Reader. The teams very nearly
took the cellar spot in the league standings, but was nosed out by Brea.
High point main man for the season was J ack Blystone.
The ttBh team featured several outstanding players this year, but in spite
of this the emphasis was on teamwork, Which was excellent. All of the
boys played fine ball throughout, with high point honors going to Stan
In basketball, as in football, the freshmen figured prominently. Although
many of the boys were rather small for ttBty basketball, they participated
to gain experience and will provide a fine nucleus for next yearts ttBh
team. The ttBtt team dropped only one league game this year-va closely
fought game With Valencia e and earned a richly deserved league champ-
Coach Beatty, Lloyd Andres. Stanley Mattoon, Bob Andres. Donald Mark, John Day, Mervin Patterson,
Lee Wheeler, Lloyd Carr, Donald Fairrington, Clifford Donovan, Jim Bolte, Bruce Smith, J. D. Haley,
Howard Prior, Manager.
PAGE 5 1
tBacki Howard Prior, Blair Smith, Walter
Palmer, Robert Monroe, Dean Beitler,
Coach Beatty; tFxonU Ralph Stuck. Doug-
las Bell, manager, Bill Rogers. Walter
tBacki Fred Obarr. Clifford Donovan. Mer-
vin Patterson, Coach Beatty. Robert Jones,
Ed Dumon; tFronO Lloyd Carr, Bruce
Smith. Melvin Hudson, George Zlaket,
tBacki Coach Beatty, Homer Lawson. Wil-
bur Watson, Jerry Nankervis, Don Mark;
tFronU Bill Cadwallader, Jim Bclte,
Brente De Monte, Burleigh Hunt, Howard
All told, the Argonaut spikesters had a very successful season this year,
winning sweepstakes in all league meets. There were several outstanding
In the varsity division Walt Donovan, Stan Mattoon and Walt Palmer
were outstanding and could be depended on for consistent wins in their
The Bees boasted of Clifi'Donovan, who in the county meet broke the old
discus mark by nearly four feet.
In the Cees Homer Lawson and Wilbur Watson won their events in every
meet of the season.
Although the track squads will be losing a number of seniors this year,
the underclassmen can be trusted to carry on.
PAGE 5 2
Bill Rogers. Jack Blystone, Coach Eidelson, Rohert Monroe. Blair Smith, Stan Mattoon, Stan Bauer,
W'alter Palmer. Lloyd Andres, Milton Andres
At the time of writing the baseball and tennis season had just opened,
with a schedule arranged so that both teams would play simultaneously.
From all indications, both teams should make a good showing. The tennis
team boasts many veteran players; but the baseball team is composed
mainly of Frosh.
Veteran Dean Beitler is taking the helm in the pitchefs box.
tBsu-kt Coach Beatty. J. Haley, B. DeMunte. D. Mark. B. Smith. A. Coplin. C.Don0vnn, J.Bolte. D.Beit1er.
tanU Manager Oimrr, D. Fairrington, G. Zlaket, Jt Malta. H, XVallace, M, Hudson. R. Jones, W. VVat-
son, J. Day.
The Girls, Physical Education departmentts aim is to promote health habits, develop Wholesome
recreational enjoyment and to develop the sense of true sportsmanship.
The girls interested in athletics realize the importance of team play, leadership, tolerance and
the spirit of fair play.
This last year it has been impossible to have many play days with other schools, as has been
the custom in previous years, because of the transportation problem. In a way, this has been
better for the school as a whole, because interclass
games were played here at Garden Grove among
the different classes. For this reason more girls
went out for sports, thus bringing out much hid-
den athletic talent.
A11 sports have been under the able leadership
of Miss Rous and Mrs. Knowlton.
BEST ALL AROUND ...................... Carolyn Broady
MOST IMPROVED ............................ Peggy Stronge
MOST FAITHFUL .............................. Pauline Steres
OUTSTANDING IN EACH SPORT:
1. Hockey .......................... Charlotte Steres
2. Volley Ball ............................ Sarah Lopez
3. Baseball ................................ Betty Haney
4. Track .................................... Marilyn Garr
5. Badminton .............................. Mollie Doig
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EST ATHLETES IN EACH CLASS:
Kellogg. German, Haney
. Head, Brandy, Dunlop
Strong'G, P, SLGI'eS. XVycoff
.Maunon. Garr, Rice
1. Castro. Wilmoth, Brandy.
Turner. Lamkin, Dunlap,
Montgomery; 2. S. Lopez,
1. Martinez, Richardson,
Dunlop, Lamkin, Turner,
Head. Moffitt, Ryssman;
2. Delgadillo, Castro.
S, Lopez, V, Lopez.
German, Hudson Kent Haney.
Lumkin, Doig, Scott, J. Littlejohn.
Rlztttoon, German. Strange, Rice.
Gary. H Steres. Brandy, Doig.
RSLeres Schroff. Strange, W'ycoff,
M. Smith. J, Smith, Mason,
Muttmm, L. Davis.
11A J. Smith. Mnttmm. Wilm'vth,
V, Lopez; HQ German, L, Davis, Ryssmdn,
fltt, Head, Turner,
Smith. Rivhul'dson, German, Scott.
UJ Mason, Mattoon,
OJ Rice, V. Lopez,
A. Bryant, Haney. C.
Steres, Delg'adillo, 1U,
Scirofl', Snort, Dunlap. Ric
- 5::1'0. Delg'ud'llu.
Hudson, J. Littlejnhn.
ANDRES, John Milton-Scholarship 1, 2, 3,
4; Golden Fleece 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Man-
ager 4; Band 1, 2; Council 2, 3, 4; Oper-
etta 1, 2; Argonaut Staff 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3,
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
BAUER, Stanley Louis-Council 1; Class
President 2, 3; President of Scholarship
2, 3; Golden Fleece 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Body Publicity Manager
4; Class Executive Committee 4; Class
Play 3, 4; Student Body Play 3; Competi-
tive Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4;
Glee Club 1; Operetta 1; Argonaut Staff 4.
BEITLER, Dean Fowler 4Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
4; Student Body Play 1; Class Play 3, 4;
Competitive Assembly 2; Commission 3, 4.
BELL, James Douglas4Basketba11 2, 3, 4;
Track 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Competitive
Assembly 1, 2, 4; Class Play 3; Argonaut
BLYSTONE, John Kenneth 4Competitive
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Student Body
Play 2; Student Court 4; Commission 2, 3,
4; Track 4.
BROADY, Robert Ralph4G01den Fleece 4;
Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 4.
BRUNTON, Billie Eileen4Scholarship 1, 2,
3; Golden Fleece 1, 2; Argolog 3; Athletics
1, 2, 3, 4.
CALLEN, Rose Evaline4Transfer from
Burkburnett, Texas, in Sophomore year.
Band 3; Golden Fleece 3; Class Vice Presi-
dent 3; English Club Secretary 3; Class
Play 3; Competitive Assembly 4; Glee Club
4; Volleyball 2; Basketball 4; Speedball 4.
CASSELL, Alberta 4- Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band
1, 2, 3.
CHAFFEE, Winifred Lorene 4 Golden Fleece
2; Scholarship 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta
1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Competitive As-
sembly 1; Student Body Play 3; G.A.A.
2, 3; Basketba112, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Argonaut
COLUMBIA, Sterling Leroy4C0mpetitive
Assembly 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2,
3, 4; Baseball 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2; Yell Leader 3;
Commission 3; Class President 3; Class
Play 3, 4.
DAVIS, Lorene4Argolog 3; Competitive
Assembly 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball
2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3;
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Speedball 1, 2, 3.
DOIG, Mollie Ellen4G1ee Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Competitive Assembly
1, 2, 4; Vice President of Girls4 League 3, 4;
Golden Fleece 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball '2; Badminton
1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; Hockey 2, 3; Speedball
2; Class Play 3, 4; Operetta 1, 2; Class Ex-
ecutive Committee 4; Argonaut Staff 4.
DONOVAN, Walter Edgar4Footba11 1, 2, 3,
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 1, 2; Golden Fleece 3, 4; Student
Body President 4; Competitive Assembly
2, 3, 4; Class Play 4; Operetta 2; Hi-Y 3, 4.
EGGLETON, Barbara Jean4Scholarship 1;
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2; Volleyball
1, 2; Tennis 1; Baseball 1, 4'2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3;
Competitive Assembly 1; Argonaut S.aff
GARDNER, Velma Louise4Transfer from
Hobbs, New Mexico, in Junior year. Com-
petitive Assembly 4; Class Play 4; Hockey
4; Basketball 4.
GERMAN, Carol Louise4Golden Fleece
3; Scholarship 4; President of Scholarship
4; President G.A.A. 2, 3; Competitive As-
sembly 1, 3, 4; Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Band
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Operetta 2;
Class Play 3, 4; Student Body Vice Presi-
dent 4; Argonaut Staff 4.
GRACE, Charles Nelson, Jr.-
GUYNN, Erma Beth4Band 1; Scholarship
GUYNN, Erma Beth-Band 1; Scholarship 1;
Glee Club 2; Operetta 2; Argonaut Staff 4.
HANEY, Betty Lee 4Ath1etics 1, 2, 3, 4;
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 4.
HEBESTREIT, Eugene Felix-
HELMS, Alice Mae -Competitive Assembly
1; Scholarship 2, 3; Golden Fleece 3. 4;
HOEKER, Esper Grant-
HOGANSON, Geraldine Lee4Competitive
Assembly 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2;
Operetta 1, 2; Student Body Play 2; Class
Play 3; Commission 3; Volleyball 1.
HOLT, Cecil Melborn4C1ass Play 3; Com-
petitive Assembly 1, 2, 4; Tennis 1, 2.
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HOLT, Merle Joy 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band
1, 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 2.
HOLT, Kenneth Wayne 4
HUMPHRY, Elmer Burton -Hi-Y 3, 4; Com-
petitive Assembly 2; Editor Argolog 3; Ed-
itor Argonaut 4; Council 3; Tennis 1, 2;
Class Play 4.
INGRAM, Joseph Madison 4Football 1, 2, 3,
4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Track 2, 4;
F.F.A. 3, 4.
JONES, Barbara Jean4G01den Fleece 2, 3,
4; G.A.A. Judge 3, 4; Girls1 Court Repre-
sentative 2; Vice President of Golden
Fleece 3; Class Secretary 3; Class Play
3, 4; Competitive Assembly 3; Operetta 1;
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Argo-
naut Staff 4; Athletics 2, 3, 4.
JONES, Everett Hale-Transfer from Long
Beach Junior year. Basketball 3, 4; Foot-
ball 3, 4; Class Play 4.
JORDAN, Donald Smith4Football 1, 2, 3,
4; Track 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Competitive
Assembly 1, 2, 4; Student Body Play 1, 2, 3;
Class Play 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Golden Fleece
4; Scholarship 3; Class President 2.
KELLOGG, Marilyn June4-Hockey 1, 2;
Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Gold-
en Fleece 1, 3, 4; Scholarship 4; Badminton
2; Competitive Assembly 1, 3; Class Play
3, 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Operetta
1, 2; Girls League Commission 1, 2, 3;
Secretary of G.A.A. 4; Class Executive
Committee 4; Yell Leader 4; Vice President
of Scholarship 4.
KEMPER, Byron Worth-- Transferred from
Fillmore, California in Junior year. Track
3, 4; Football 4.
KENT, Mary June4Competitive Assembly
1; Basketball 1, 12, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Speed-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
KILE, Jolly William4
MATTOON, Stanley Fuller- Transfer from
Conoga Park in Senior year. Football 4;
Basketball 4; Class Play 4; Golden Fleece 4.
MEDRANO, Alice Mary4
MILLER, Evelyn Ruth4Band 3; Argonaut
MONROE, Robert Franklin4C0mpetitive
Assembly 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; Football 4; Commis
MYRACLE, Glenn Tony-Competitive As-
sembly 2, 4; Class Play 4.
NOBLE, Betty Lou4Band 1, 2; Glee Club
1, 2; Scholarship 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Com-
mission 3; Student Body Play 1, 3; Golden
Fleece 2, 3; Class Secretary 1, 2, 3; Ath-
letics 1, 2, 3.
PALMER, Walter Edgar - Tennis 1, 2; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Competitive Assembly .2; Band
4; Class Play 4.
RATHKE, Evelyn Adaline4
REZ, Ruth Elinor4Competitive Assembly
1, 2, 3; Golden Fleece 2, 3, 4; Student
Body Secretary 3; Girls1 League President
3; Operetta 2.
RICHARDSON, Betty Ellen-Band 3, 4;
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Golden Fleece 3; Oper-
etta 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Hockey 4; Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Argonaut Staff 4.
RIVES, Margaret Ethelen 4-Transferred from
Long Beach in Junior year. Basketball 3;
ROGERS, William Everett 4 Band 1, 2; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Competitive
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Class Play
3, 4; Council 4; Argonaut Staff 4.
SCHILLER, Robert Clark4Glee Club 1;
Football 2; Basketball 2; Baseball ,2,
SCHNEIDER, Dorothy Marguerite4
SCHROFF, Alma Gene4G01den Fleece 2,3,4;
Scholarship 2, 3; Secretary of Scholarship
3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Argonaut Staff 2, 4;
Argolog Art Staff 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;, Badminton 1;
Tennis 2, 3, 4.
SCOTT, Jacqueline Lois4 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3;
Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; Competi-
tive Assembly 1, 4; Class Yell Leader 1, 2;
Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2.
SIVY, Myra Shirley4Sch01arship 1, 2, 3;
Golden Fleece 1, 2, 3; Competitive Assem-
bly 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2.
SMITH, Blair Curtis4Scholarship 2; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4;
President of Hi-Y 4.
STENNETT, Lois Mae4
THAYER, Byron J oseph 4-Track 2.
WALLACE, William Newton-4 Football 1, 2,
WEAVER, John Lee4Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
WHEELER, Bernard Lee--G01den Fleece 3,
4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football
2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Competitive Assembly
2, 4; Commission 4; Arganout Staff 4.
WILDER, Eannon A. L.4Transfer from Bak-
ersfield in Senior Year. Band 4; Basketball
av; 25; , saw;
20 YEARS FROM NOW
JOHN MILTON ANDRESeHas not been heard
from since he checked out Hobo Staticn No. 53.
STANLEY LOUIS BAUEReIs taking over for
that famous Lucky Strike tobacco auctioneer.
JAMES DOUGLAS BELL-After working hard
for number of years, has finally been promoted
to Pvt. lst. Class.
JOHN KENNETH BLYSTONEaIs just embark-
ing on his seventh marriage.
DEAN FOWLER BEITLER e Is now a kindergar-
ten teacher at the Lincoln School. Lucky kiddies!
ROBERT RALPH BROADYeHas taken over the
management of the Broadbent Ballet Studios.
BILLIE EILEEN BRUNTON -.Pr0prietress of the
new Garden Grove Airport.
ROSE EVALINE CALLENeLong distance run-
ner in the Olympic games which has been re-
sumed since the war.
WINIFRED LORENE CHAFFEE e Tests para-
chutes. Whatta gal!
MOLLIE ELLEN DOIG e Still trying to graduate
from Occidental College.
STERLING LEROY COLUMBIAeConductor of
the Symphony Orchestra appearing weekly at
Carnegie Hall in New York.
WALTER EDGAR DONOVAN e Running t h e
Donovan Hand Laundry. Specialtyelroning.
BARBARA JEAN EGGLETON e Running t h e
De-Luxe Shooting gallery on the Pike.
VELMA LOUISE GARDENER eHead of all U. S.
O. organizations in the United States.
CAROL LOUISE GERMAN e Motorman 0f the
Streamliner, Silver Streak, trying to keep up
CHARLES NELSON GRACE JReHead waiter
in a French cafe. He is known as Francis.
ERMA BETH GUYNN- Champion Aerialist with
Barnum 8z Bailey Circus.
BETTY LEE HANEY -- Traffic cop on 6th and
Main in Los Angeles.
EUGENE FELIX HEBESTREITeTotem pole de-
signer in Alaska.
ALICE MAE HELMS e Opera singer with Metro-
ESPER GRANT HOEKER-Renowned explorer.
He has sailed the seven seas.
GERALDINE LEE HOGANSON-Raising angle-
worms to help Shirley Sivy hook her sailors.
CECIL MELBORN HOLT JR. - Co-pilot on a
MERLE JOY HOLTeFirst trombone with Spike
KENNETH WAYNE HOLT e Delivers mail by he-
ELMER BURTON HUMPHRY JR. e B i g g e s t
Swoonsation since Sinatra.
JOSEPH MADISON INGRAM-Dress designer
BARBARA JEAN JONES e Following in Gypsy
Rose Lee,s footsteps.
EVERETT HALE JONES e Is now running Jonest
School for Select Young Ladies.
DONALD SMITH JORDAN JR. e Preacher at the
Little Church Around the Corner.
MARILYN JUNE KELLOGGe-President of that
renowned organization, The Lonely Hearts Club.
BYRON WORTH KEMPER- The most sought
after flea surgeon in the world.
MARY JUNE KENTeThe popular bouncer at
the Casa Mariana.
JOLLY WILLIAM KYLEeSellihg woments per-
fumes in Rankins.
EVELYN RUTH MILLERe Model for the famous
Campbell soup babies.
ROBERT FRANKLIN MONROEeBusy trying
to teach the world his own unique way of doing
GLENN TONY MYRACLE -- Uncle Speedy and
His Bed Time Story Hour on the Columbia Net-
work is a ttmustt, for the kiddies.
BETTY LOU NOBLE eConductor on the Garden
Grove-Santa Ana P.E. Cantt imagine why.
WALTER EDGAR PALMEReTOOk over where
Bob Burns left off on the bazooka.
EVELYN ADALINE RATHKE eHead r e p a i r
worker on the telephone lines for the Southern
California Telephone Company.
RUTH ELINOR REZeMiss Rez, attendance sec-
retary, G. G. High School.
BETTY ELLEN RICHARDSON e Has reached the
position of head matron of the Santa Ana City
MARGARET ETHELEN R I V E S -- Butcher in
Wheelerts Meat Market.
WILLIAM EVERETT ROGERSeWorld famous
ROBERT CLARK SCHILLER JR. e Raising Mex-
ican jumping beans.
DOROTHY MARGUERITE SCHNEIDEReAfter
years of experimenting has finally perfected an
eradicator that does its job so well that even
Mrs. Pringle cannot detect the mistakes.
ALMA GENE SCHROFFe-Receptienist for Wil-
liam Everett Rogers, baby specialist.
JACQUELINE LOIS SCOTTeGuess what. Tele-
phone operator? Right.
MYRA SHIRLEY SIVYe-Still trying to stir up
that sluggish Navy.
BLAIR CURTIS SMITHeSuccessful practicing
LOIS MAE STENNETTeRunning for Congress.
BYRON JOSEPH THAYEReHair dresser, fa-
mous for his finger waves.
WILLIAM NEWTON WALLACE eA little helper
out at the G. G. Neurological Hospital and inci-
dentally Johnny,s keeper.
JOHN LEE WEAVER-Inmate at the Neurolog-
BERNARD LEE WHEELEReWell-known lec-
turer at Womens Clubs on HHow to Raise Your
Family Successfully and Plan for the Future?
STANLEY FULLER MATTOON JR. e Very busy
converting jeeps into washing machines.
EANNON A. L. WILDEReHelping Stan Mat-
toon trying to decide what to do with the head-
lights and windshield wiper.
LORENE DORIS DAVIS e Torch singer at Ye Old
ALICE MARY MEDRANOeDriving a truck for
the Standard Oil Company.
ALBERTA JANE CASSELLe-Has knocked Dis-
ney out of first place in the cartoon world with
her animated short ttLittIe Red Rabbit?
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Photos. W. A. Zimmer, Long Beach
Engravings, Santa Ana Engraving C0.
Binding, Henderson Trade Bindery. Los Angeles
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