Garden Grove High School - Argonaut Yearbook (Garden Grove, CA)

 - Class of 1949

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' vf ,:.:gi,..: ,. - . Y , A 1 M., V D I .,b:,i3 A 1 jk fl- ,, -4 j2f1".w'jyl3flV9 ,, ,,-f0"'Jf'AXf"'j- R . K- ,. ,-. AFLGUNAU ' A A . a.. ,N '1 5 . - C. 1 . . Y QP QM 1 OOO Z ' ffifnx ,l -"- f 5 --ig f A 'gif Q 1 9 4 '5 V! - Sm Published the Student Ur Garden GTUVE School . 'A , wwwffff, iybfwiiwwiiibfw WN fggwv Aziiiw 49EI'S' P13117 SHERIFF AND DEPUTIES THE WAGON TRAIN GAMBLING THE OLD MUSIC HALL GUN PLAY 3 . , , y X ' 1 I ' , , ' , I ' 'N ' , 1 ' . 1 ?'3W W 'f-M tit PLECOPCIBFS of DRTV Editor - Lorna Sweet Assistant Editor - Betty Bolte Art Editors- Kazuko Aoyama, George Schoonover Business Manager - Asa Herren Write-ups- Jeannine DeWitt, Carolyn Fury I 1 H IKI UMM 256 ,QW flaiweef f4.f,e,.6Q4u -L -L., ,V C 1 .. N D ' " ., .11 , f M L tl il Dedicat1ugM lU With unconquerable spirit . . . pioneered ahead through barren territory . . . i and like the Argonauts . . . in search of the Golden Fleece . . . on to their goal . . . the completion of the long-awaited new buildings . . . Argonaut Hall and the administration building . . . Argo Hall dedicated to Argonaut boys who died in World War II. She . . . in home economics department . . . paved Way to progress. . . . He . . . blazed the trail for the new buildings . . . both she and he saw their dreams come true . . . We the 49ers . . . grateful for their inspiration . . . dedicate with respect . . . the 1949 Argonaut to Miss Jessie Files and to Dr. L. L. Doig. . 4 3 IAfI'4 n iff - My ff MQW 1 1 I 1 7 I f 1 X f z -1,7 1 1 1, ,1- ,,,,f if ,'l J' 27, 4' rw "J ff. A OFFICE FUR 'E f F II Ni' WHQUII T1'EtlI'1 RECUPUBPS Wagon train records . . . kept by these three . . . a hundred questions answered . . . help all . . . from the shy pioneer . . . on through to the end of trail . . .'tPauline, have the papers come?" . . . "How many hours do I have, Mr. Reynolds? '...' '-Jack, may I have a note to go to town?' '... these are . . . but a few . . . of the many things . . . they do . . . to help the caravan . . . along the trail. UOT.H'1Cll l'lI'E Staking a claim . . . working together . . . they've had a busy year . . . completing the Ar- gonaut Hall . . . main office and advisory classrooms . . . Initiation week . . . guarding the trail . . . on the alert for improvements . . . Mrs. Grace Perkins . . . Willis Cadwallader . . . Mrs. Hattie Drake . . . Richard Haster . . . Lawrence Wood . . . united . . . to give wagon train a clear trail to follow . . . All chosen from different walks of life . . . to make Garden Grove High a swell homestead. I 'l'Rl'b I I4 1' llis Q l ll I Xlrs. Grave l'erk lilchu 'l H Xl Hattie Drake. Not Sh l VVood, X XC? Gigi? 1-CZ' ra r - wx V : ., t ' ,up- -.,,..-A QC , ,,,: Q ix 'N PAGE 7 ,- " Ix-.. .X r Xi Who has more right to celebrate the 49er Centennial than an Argonaut? The Golden Fleece sought by the original Argonauts and the gold of California sought by the Argonauts of 1849 were not more worthy objec- tives than that which actuates the Argonauts of Garden Grove High School --the golden opportunity of education. Greek mythology, California history, Garden Grove High School life, are all imbued with the same spirit: the questing urge, the desire to fight on in the face of difficulty and the fierce drive to attainment. Of such quality were the 49ers made. Of such quality are all Argonauts made. X9 N a x x ' X y I lil UUNMJ' ' ' i-1 f ' 'Wm U ymiilll - :QB we mics. mimhh' 1 i V .fs iv Y' ' . Uyaii. .4 QUKKKIA5 y Minis. l"""i 1 NS. 1-,nu ' H - -gikinl , Trail Guides Blazing the trail . . . preparing Wa t f helping to make the journe gon par y or the tests of tomorrow . . . y easier . . . for spirited pioneers . . . experiments in biology . . . odors from chemistry . . , ro' t tunidades ricasl' at the trai1's end . . . th to help and give guidance . p Jec s . . . notebooks . . . Hoppor- is is the faculty . . . always on hand . . leading all to knowledge and success. , if if 1 ' 5 W if 'i DONALD KENNhIDY- MRS. SARAH 'l'ALI5U'l' - - MRS. MARY Mr-CLAIN 3 VVILLIAM HATCH - Senior Adviser, Senior Junior Ariviser, V. S, Soplimnurr- Adviser, VVor1rl Freshliian Adviser l'l'nIrlem:4. Wmrlish llistory, I41n,g'lish liislnry, English Urienlzltion . 1 l i fll Ht iM ER KEN LIC ---- Mm-hzmia-ul Ilmxvimm ,xmmH,xM ICIDl'ZI.SllN d1g.,l4L... . mein Al1.:'cfIn'a1, 'I'rig'unu - 'vrmis 1Il4IUliGICGlI.I. 7 Musiv 'l'hm-MVN, lnslrumvnl, Ii:mnl. 4'hm'us - - Yuivv NICLS NICLSQIN -- Art. .Xpplu-ml AVI ISLANUHAIUP ISIC.-X'l"I'Y -- - Physir-ul liduvzllibn, Aihlvtim-s MRS, MARY ANDERSON -- QM' u 'A ..,,,,..,......-.--f- Humemukirlg MRS, MARY MI'I'CHEl.I. -- I'hysim':ll Edu:-zuliuvm, Girls' Allmletivs , u-'7V F SS ANNA I+'iXI,I'1Y -- Engzlish, Spzlnish, .lullrlmzllism S. .IKlSI+1I'HlNH .XTICN f Sn-nog'1'zml'y. Iiusim-ss Mum-him-, 'l'A'pin:'. 'l'1'zm:4m-l'i1mli4.n SS INIVIQIICIA .XNIJI+1liSUN -- Liln':xx'y, l,il:r:l1'5' S1-iw-vu-v KI+lNXE'l'H IIVNGAN --- Houkliovpirlu. Husinvss l'rnlvl.-111:-u Business lmw. 4'1unnwx'm-in! th-uzralpllx' X INll'l'4'Hl'II.I.f locxnu-u'y, Imiin FIINIAH HIHGICN - Muthvlnzltivs. llus'nvss Mallhvmzlli:-s, I'hysim':1l lllzllxvsuliun HARRY IT. l1.XllI3if1IL -- VVUWI Shim, Iflnzinvs. .Xutu Shop KHNN ICTH WA I l"' 1191211 Shim. WVuml Sham. lXIsu'him' Slum FUKIil1IS'l' IDVNIYIN --- Am'im-uliurv MYHUN K. KZHSUII - 4'un1111e'1'4'i:ll lim-11p.g'x'uywl1y, lkiuluuy CIIARLIGS MlI.Ll'Ili f lil:-m'11'iw1l -X""v:1-Vlivs. I'hysim's. Aviemtiun, IJl'iv01's' Emlumliiovw ROBERT lNIl'lI31I'IIiY -- CIIQ-lnistry. 121-num-Iry-'l'1'ig:urm11wlry. Shun Mznlhn'111:ll'4-S. Applin-al Srivvurv Q CIYSTUDI ANS f Stand ng- Fordyce lilzistwolml, Charlie Ml'C'onnell, Mrs. Bertha Collins. Mrs. Hazel Clark. Wendell New- som, Iiurlney Ric-harzlson. Sealed 7 .lack McConnell, Gene Qill. X " u A K. s srl lk. i -Wx- N if ., 7 ' R " fra S 5 , WXX x L - X- s., X X N X XJ ' -5 -M YY' 1 - .5 c gsm 1' 1 "'.. Q-CT" BUS DRIVERS - Standing - Jack McConnell. Rodney Richardson, Gene Gill. Seated-Wendell Newsom. Charlie Munz. Guards of the Wagon With picks . . . shovels . . . and brooms . . . in hand maintain grounds . . . halls . . . and class rooms . . . clean . . . from early morning . . . to late afternoon . . . they work . . . all for purpose of keeping the trail clean . . . much credit . . . goes to these custodians. The Roundup Lead the Wagon train . . . morning . . . afternoon . . . picking up . . . and loading students . . . to and from school . . . Wendell - "Boys, better behave or out you go." . . . Rodney - "Girls, can't you keep quiet a minute?" . . . patiently . . . enduring the noise . . . and confusion . . . they travel on to the main camp. PAC F10 xr: JOHNNY HAXTON Stud nt Body President. S'l'l'lJENT HUIIY UFl"ll'l4IHS -- Hd . PUB H935 :lf X ISP! V , UTH IHHTHII-IPl'l Fzimlyn Fury, secret ar., 1 A -, a De. :assistant pillnlirity nmnaf.:e1'p Erlvvarrl Morimoto, as- sistant business !'IHll1ilfJPl'l Assn Herren. business man- uuer: lion .Iorrlzm, Fm-ulty zxrlviser. Seated - Nola VV:u-rl. vim- presialvnl. I'Alll'2 ll Left to Right - Johnny Haxlun, l!l'PSillPH!I Kenny Ilun ' n I 'i " ' I" -' D ilfl Shearer. Duhlic-ity V' Xudre ' 9h r i kiwi ,i gg E? Q. M H x if ,4- XN ur I? Hal -as .aa xl T119 POSSE Journey halted . . . to maintain law and order along the way . . . under leadership of Sheriff Johnny Haxton student deputies carry on . . . all give helping hand . . . Carolyn - "Asa, watch out with that money." . . . "What assembly should we have?' '... exclaims Nola . . . all Work diligently . . . and successfully . . . to provide fun . . . and to keep law and order. + b, A 1 v .7 ,Q wi 1, "Fin ,f Axlm .lu , f ml ll' ' A , , r J x f ff, ll xml GIRLS' lil-I.XlLi'l'I UI-'l"ik'l'2ilS ilzxmonzn lixssmzin. rhaiirmzxn ol' dress ix-s4uliLtions1 ' " ' ' ' - " in of i' ' rl" ll X !l!.ilI'1l1I broil, assistant mhzinm: me-ss 'gu 4 - lions: Iva Stu:-y. ll'P2lSUl'l'l'I Dolores Sellers, vice nresi dent: lu!-'i'l1l9Y1P llonley. presiilr-nl: Mrs, Flilvenv liurlhe. zulviseli Put Alzliloon. sw-1'otz1l'y. TRAFFIC U4 !l'li'l' - - lion Hunt, Lowell Cuilin. llenny 'l':i5'lor. .lim I,inlov1. U U Johnny Perkins, Don Jorflzm. mlviser: Ilivlnmwl Apple' Irury, Western feminists . . . endeavoring to instill unity . . . convention at Newport Harbor . . . meet- ing girls from other schools . . . the fashion show . . . Big Sister day . . . Co-ed dance . . . "Whose boy friend should I take?" . . . led by Mrs. LaBarthe . . . fun for feminists on covered wagon. UBPHVBII COLIN A caravan court . . . the traffic court . . . a group of students . . . moving along . . . to keep the speed down . . . and make the trail . . . a safer place . . . "Cut that speed" . . . "See you in court." he did too. I saw him . . . with help of Mr. Jordan. . . they learn to govern. . . and be governed. Desperadus Pioneers . . . in new frontier organization . . . first year of Boys' League . . . aim to establish an organization . . . of which . . . all the '4men" will be proud . . . entertained by Army and Navy speakers . . . movies to see ..scramb1e for seats. . . a friendly atmosphere . . . added to the wagon train . . Mr. Jordan on hand to givesuggestions. -"--M..,,.,,,M 1 BUYS' Iilfl.-XGVE UFFXCEHS - W Huck Row - Don .Iorflan. Boi- Ari-ln-r. lluzirie Kich- arllson, lT2lI'I'9l liruih, Burns Sriuley, IMI: Mz1yhel'1'y, .lim Linton. Front Row f Johnny Hzixton, Bill Starkey, vice 1xx'e-aliclvnti David Malta. 1i1'esirlentL Bill Phillips. secl'etzii'y: Jimmy Hinkle, Huy Post. Standing Iron Silnaxlw-1'. plllilfn-ily: IC.Iw:nrnl Muri- mutrx, ussisluvit husim-as xn:enIp:n'l': Asw Iil'l'l'4'll, luusl- f .., , ness ln:1n.ny.fl-V1 .lzlwk I-llclvr. H'll Phillips. 'IW-ri liilzulzl. Q .luhnny Ilzlxlun, 1uw-sinh-Ill. lim-m-lim: ff Carolyn Fury. Hs-1-rm-l:x!'A'1 .Immun .xpphh Ivury. lil-vz-l'ly Ilmirl, .Xumlrvy Sllalrlw. zlssirtuul plllili- m-ily: Maxim- X'VilmulI1. .luzlnnn Ammlm-Inury. Yu-im'Eu l'I:1ym:m. 1-lc-VII: .lim Ivul sun. --lluirmun: Huh .Xrm-In-r. 1'liI'I' Stunt. S8811 of JUS1IiCE Trail scouts . . . guiding the Wagon train . . . government in action . . . training for citizenship . . . and leadership . . . trial by jury . . . making plans for all . . . 4'ThroW that ticket away' '...' 'Wait until D. S. arrives." . . . "guilty or not guilty?" . . . paving the way . . . to justice for all. UUMMISNIQ IN -' l'au'un:u:l1. Ilun ldich-lsun. Iiurns Sriglm-3 .lamvl llzlrrliol. l'Ilm-un:-V .lunvrm Sent:-cl W- NV:1nrI:n Mllrruy. lie-ily Hull: Allwlrn-5' 1'ripv, Slzlnwlinpt Mllrirll Ilvzul. Marilyn XllbI'l'I sun. l.uwn-ll Catlin. Iilll Vlxillips. llulu-ll Ilvnny 'I':lxlm-, lim: Str-n1.l. Hum-I Wnml W-'vw 5 .,. 1 X f N WI' 4fQl Hr" 1,111 ll,'l ,,,,n 1 u N' a I 1' Q' 8 wig X5 :EIU V xxl V J K rxlf I 0 1 I I ., li. W i "' A X my lf'lil'ISHM.XN tbl"l"lt'l4IltS Standing: -- Connie Cope, zlrl-ss i'e1n'vsi-iilalivv 151 .loan Rainey. set-retary 2: Arlene Cox, dress i'em'es+-ntative l: Luc-ille Queja, dress representative 2: Marian Mori- moto, dress representative 1, president Z, Seated e 'Fed Kitada, Count-il 2: Carlton Jordan. Vive president 2: Boll Bowen. Vive president l: Javk Elder, Counvil lp Marshall Vander Linde, ser-retary 1: Roll Mayberry. president. l. PRUSPBCTURS Adventurous prospectors . . . hit and miss . . . these are the freshmen . . . getting lost . . . but finding themselves in time for after school sports . . . the pride of being . . . one of the caravan . . . Sub-Debs at last . . . fun practicing for "The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter" . . . getting stuck . . . but always digging their way out . . . always on top . . . with a "hi" . . and "How ya doing? '... prospectors make western frontier . . . a nice place to be. Rat-k Row rf l'au1 Condit, Larry lllinger. Roliert ltlaylierry, John Duc-hart. .lark Mit- chell, Javk Elder. Third Row f ltolnert Baker. l'ete Leon. Jimmy Noriz. .Iavk Dales. Ruth Anderson, Kenneth Casada. Ricfhard Fletrher, LeRoy Plow, VVayne Croswhite. Dorothy Critton, Elvira Altamirano, Second Row 7 Arlene t'ox. Juan Cadwal- lader. Judith Conley. Jean Biers. Diane Rnllsehweiler, Jeannine Donohue. Ardith Dari-h, Jonine Booth. Connie Cone. Sandra Rates. Joy Cronhardt. Rita Anderson. First Row e Esther Lopez. Heverly Daven- port, VVillastine Cooper, Valrita Allen. Mary Flores. Ellen Doherty, Frankie Bolls, Virgie Green. Seated-Gary llonley. John Ac-osta, Clare- win DeWitt. Melvin Cotta, Bobby Bowen. Curtis Alexander, David Ramirez. PAGE 16 lim-I: livm' Ib:ll'I4-nv L4-wis. Ann IH-'x'4vl'1'. Jzlvk Iiru11slxzul1'. l7.arl'yl Holt, .Ivrry G1':n,iwl'n, Espo- rzxnzn llunzailffs, Huy Jzlrrell, 4'urltm1 Jul'rl:m, Imrvn K1-mpc-r. .lvunneulm-l1r1ir1A:S. Se-1-unrl Iinw -W Maury .lsmv lnlnwlun, Mary Hon- dm-1'snn. V111 Larkin. .lm-:xnvitv Fisher, Rlunflinzl ll:-rnzlndvz. Plveflyn llunrhvs, l':1l Halnmloml. Mary llivks. Sllurnn Huyvs. Rau- Dunn. 'Fhirui IimvfAlurx.:nr'zl flulivrrvz. .Iustinu Her- numls-z, li'-tty Huihun. Shirlvy Ellis, lmrlpnf- Ifilrh. Knlhlvn-n Julin. lfiilc-en tlillhum, Kath- lvvn Gillhum, Lizlrmv Kr-nl. N-:nts-11"-.lzzvli Jwlmsmm, Juvli lfllclvr. .Tzu-k Mit- vhvll. Jilllllll' I'lullr-nlu-wk, Marty tl wfsljn. .Iumz-s Ilznszlmnwal. .-Xndres l"lux'c-S. Ifu1'1'n-sl llunivin, Jr. lim-lx It-vw -Ili--lmrml Alvyr-rs. lmliuy Uhmer. lun Nisllino. P4-r-il Murrif-llzl. Ale-lvin limlnvy, Xluzvs Mnrum-s, Him-lmrml Mumuyu, linlwlw Huis. Sm-4-mul Row -,Ivwn X'fr:4l1iuku, Muriun Muri- lmmio, tin-nrgia Mr'lf'u:'l'lnrI, l"':11'l4wtte- Jurms, Ynrlnzl Villm-l'. .Immun Suulv. .Xrlvf-n I':urs1ms. l'l:nl':1 Ms-lvill. I'hil'vI Rum' t'nnnin- YilI:1r4-nur. l'ul'irm Ynlvn- vizl. .lllnv Stout. .lum-l I'u1'l4-V. Nnrwv Sfrulrle-. Xylvvlu- Pzlrsnns, Wumlxl Ne-nl'ing'. Mary Lou Xlugzunu. QP'lfl'llf.l4'l'I'X Lily. 4'l1.u'l1-s Neal. Vs-rlin Hun- -m-k. Eznrl uslrnnw, Wuxm- M1-rshun, t'Inyzm1 Kirk, l'h:ll'lvs Nuts-S, 'Fc-cl Kitzulal, liz:--k Rum .ln-xslvSa1l:uIu. M:n'L:zuw-l Ii'xlnirv'c. VV:vmI:n XV:l'srm. .lwm Iininz-y, I"llvin Sm-sl. 41:1-111-1-1' Smfth, Imzmlrl 'I'uu:'un. Phil Smith, Nw-mul Ham' - Allry Inu l'ust. Alix-P Svhoun- mwr. AI'-vy IC svinusn. Santos Vzlswuwz, Luvillv 43114-jan. Shirlvy Slzlrlwy. Szxnrlrzl liull, Mnrshz1ll:1 Qtwwnri, Ylfurlmz-:1 Hpxnlim-Ia. lmnnan Wure-. Sue- Ntunlvy, 'fhn-l:n:1 XVi1sy, Yr-uivzl Uhum-k Smi'h. Jimmy Semin. IXIurshulI Yun D1-1' l,in4ln-, liu:1:ll'l XV:14l+1, Hurhly Vogel. Iiulnnrl 'I'hu1n:xs, .Inlm-s VVille-X. l'.Xl2l-I IT ali! W 4 5 7 lx X7 KJ xv' A S ei? 9 -of ' ' lj! if N ! 2 5. A a , 1 H Ifff snmnnsh t y SOPHOMORE OFFICLRS Back Row-Bill Phillips, Coil. 'il representative 1, 2: Jim Matsunagu. treasurer 2 Duane Richardson, president 19 Rim-hard Applehury, traffic vourt 15 Ray Ramirez xiue president 23, president 1. lfrunl Row-Luzina Powell, dress 1'epresenLa.live 2: .Xu1,l1'e,y Urine, secretary 2 liolmlvy VVhe-eler. dress representative 1: Elisa, Head, vice president 2. Diligent settlers . . . move ahead . . . scout the land . . . ever venturing forward . . . to their claim . . . in the hidden treasure of knowledge . . . meetings . . . abundance of activities . . . victorious on Scrub day activity . . . memorable Toyland Danse . . . "Go-Getters" a success . . . so they con- tinue on to their goal. PAGE 18 lim-k Ilowff.l:um-:4 t':tllih:un. 'I':uiit'hi Aoyziinzt, In-llzn Admins, Willnur tlratnt, Autlrr-y t'ripe, lflugone llf-ar, John Aniling, Howard Cl'tlSNVhilP. Iiozellat Burden. .lohnny Horre-go, Pat Ehrhztr. Chu:-k Carver, Betty Ann lflue-mio, Harold Kasey. Don Frazier, Tommie Evans. Ric-hard Apple-bury, Vernon Ewnltl, Raymond De-XVitt. Front Row - Lorin Elam. Caroline Gurr, Put Hurn:-i, liai'llm'zL Callen, Roberto Cullen. Mur- lvnv Fletz-hs-r, Helen t'oc-hrun. Jeri Bryant, lloverly Hamilton. Elisa Hemi, Anita Block. Hortenss- Fuler, Viviun BP2lUt'h2ll1lIl, Ines Ayala. Snuttlrl - Charles Uornell, Douglas Davis, Allen Fisher, Frank Hanson. Manuel Hernan- tlvz, .lurk Eshoni, th-orp:P Goss, 'Pom tluihnn. lim-k llow -- Pill Ls-wis. Vivtor thstrom. Hur- old l'e-:tri-0. .Jerry Hill, Hit-k Mit:-he-ll. .lurk hitthaln. Duane- Rirharclson. Middle' Row - Ftllix Martine-z. Ritfhurtl Pink- haun, Juno Mulford, Gloria Lopern. Margie Mitt-hPll, Ann Johnstone, NVanrla Murray. An- ettu North, Virginia Laux. l'vi:i-ry Jones, Fliko tlzuki, Adele Melvin, Virginia ltla, Susan Latr- nwr, Put Linton. Het-tor Uvhozt. Kent Morgan, Alf:-1-tl tlrfhoa, liivhartl Larkin. Wnltt-r Kreut- zvr. ,ttlolirh Maya, Ste-re Larsen, Bob Rin-irvr, Willis Kohler. Stlated iw Tommy Km'zLn:lu1,:'h, Hola Mustoe, .iiinlny Rnntlolph, Jerry Latham, Roh Johnson, imlton Killion, .lim ltlatsunairrzi. Frank Mar- tinvz. Mzilvin l'nlmqulst. .lm-k liow-. Hit-hurtl I'f-1-k. Kc-nnvth lklsuylir-i'i'5'. Bm-k Row - Kvnne-th Prim-0. .luliun Valdez. Hill Snurlork. Iiivhunl Slmvvr, l.t-onortl Svhnei- slt-Ir, t'Iyfio Smith. Mitltllv How f Evelyn Wull'. tllzulys Spikflr, Alvthu Strnytlr. Hors-rly 'l'it-tlgt-n, Phillip Yami. llolxluif- tvlivt-lvi', ,lux 'l'.iylor, Ilwiyrht Smith, Jimmy Stout. Front Row Q Anno Sinirork, l'9t.rLry W'hitP. f'lill'UllIi Shipzvliizlsa. Donna. NVat'kPr. llufzlvlita l'inon. Aurora: R.2lfllll'6'Z. liunna Powell. .loan Wt-lls. Nunn' St-fvens. .lvun Wzirrl. lfuyv l'ritle- moie-, Rosa Iwi- Whitt-t'ivl1l. Se-:itenl f Curtis Stout, .limmiv Iioire-rs, VVil- Iizim Stroud, linrolrl 'IW-zurtw, Rub' ltmnire-z. llill Phillips. l'.Ull'I HA i Q IV 1 I A f W" F W W it Z l 47 ' ' ' Q' .,l'0G',00 d V r if W ' if A fl ft 4f,V ., - " ny . -12 R.. V , New ' .vnu lu Li' I ' 4 47 22 f, v I, G fs' " E N ' W, ATOM- E A J 'ah' 'E' ' Dau? .l VNIUR Ul"'FIC ERS 7 Standing - Noise- Kitadcn, Council re-m'esent:1tive 1: Johnny Perkins, yell leader, 1, 2: Lowell Uatlin, treasurer lg lion Stl-null. l'tllll1l'll 2: Iiolv Archer. president 1. 2: Seated - Put Mzlttoon, sem-retary 2g ,lean Head, Girls' TAF-H1l'llF' reywesentative 1: Shirley Mnermun, vice 1u'esi4lent 1: Iva Stacy, sec'x'et:1l'y 1. Nut Shown-Ha1'lmru Devker. Girls' Ileaprlle dress reirresenlutive 2: Robbie U'Mu- hundro. treasurer 2. Vigilantes strike at last . . . stake a claim . . . pulling hard together . . . term papers completed . . . 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Huldinq the P.E11'1S To quiet, unassuming Edward Morirnoto goes this year's honor of being chosen the most worthy boy Argonaut in the Class of 'fl-9ers. For his ex- cellent scholarship and high attitude rating, .Edward merits the honor. As assistant business manager of the Student Body, he did an excellent job. In the past, only one girl has been selected each year. This year, because of close competition, the judges thought it only fair to select two girls. Both rated very high in attitude and in scholarship. Both were very active in schdol organizations. To Jeannine DeWitt and to Nola Ward goes the honor for being the most worthy girl Argonauts. ,wo . M itifgjw nlllfll. 4ron nw-. -nnine I I' L R I DeVVitT, Nola W Hazel WVoos1, I n Shearer, Hsu-k Row -f .I Dodson. hd ard M IX! 2 Q ummm END UI' THB TRAIL C .ss SENIOR CLASS 4,lFFIK'l'IRS - - Standing -4 Kenneth l'm'tei'. mlhlii-ity inmzurer 15: lluy Post. president 1: liarri Souza, vice president 21: Ilzuviml Mzitta, treasurer 1: l'lil'1'orrA Stout, ire-zxslirer 23 Geume Schoonover, yell lemlf-r 2: Johnny Hzixton, mllxlivity rmmsim-1' 13 Asn. Herren, presi dent 2. Seated - Beverly llmlrl, Girls' lieupzue- :lm-ss i'em'esenl:11ive I: l':ut Kelly. sei-l'vt:u'y 2: 'Dolores Sellers. Vive imresimh-nt 1: Maxine XYiln1nH1, 1'-iunvll I. 2: I'helIie: Floilfl. Girls' liezlsrlle :Ire-ss i'e1vl'r-sr-nizntixw ff. End of the trail at last . . . in 1945 as prospezrtors the seniors entered G. G. . . . in search of golden fields of learning . . .then fun and heartaches . . . the first final exams . . . memories of MSnoW Ball" dance . . . "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay' '... making friends . . . on last stretch in trail . . . winners cf competitive assembly with "Squarlng lt With the Boss" . KVOE broadcasts . . . last minute voting for queen of Farmers' Ball . . . senior candidate Wins . . . fun getting ready for 'Snafu' '... then graduation . . . now offered a bright future . . . yet to be unfolded . . . they go forth to encounter new experiences. 9 1 f V Q . dr 'ii ,, l ti y,ei a rw 43 , g i 4 n , 3 S. 1 I ' X X 4 FN1 J: X KAZl'li0 AUYAMA -Volleyball 2: Svholnr- , A ship 3. 4: Sevrm-tm'y :lg Argolog- Zi: Arpro- 4 X 1 nnui 4 K BETTY BOLTEgRerl Cross liepresentative 4: Commission 43 Tri-Y 1. 2: Golden Fleece 4: Argonaut 4: Junior Play: Senior-Junior Play: Americ-am Legion Contest 4: Competi- tive Assemblies 1. 2. 4: Senior llitvh lmy Play DELI. BENDER,-Transfer in Sogmhomore- year from Pasadena: Footluxll l, 4: Haskel- lmll 1. 2: Trzwk 1, 21 Basohzill l. 4: Hi-Y 3: Senior Play: Pep Assemblies . 'Q S IL :W X few' CAROLYN CALLEX UOATS-G A A. 1. 2. 3, 4: Basketball l. 2: Captain 1: Baseball 2: Class Secretary 2: Council 3: Gles Club 1, 2, 3: Uperetta 1, 2: A Clpellzii Sonfr Leader 2, fl: Tri-Y 2, CI. 4: Sub ln-bs l, 2. 3, 4, .Junior l'l:1y YYANIDA BORDEN ---Ti':l11:'l'or i':'o:u .Xin- merlu High in l'il'USlllllIlYl year: llllerollal: Senior Ditvh Day I' ai J: ll and Zi. 4: .lunlol Play: Y-'lleens 3: llnrelxrull Il, I IZUUEIET CAHSELI.f-Ifoullvall 2, 4: Trzwk H.. nl: l",F.A. 2. 4 IIUISERT FAVANAGll4l-'ootbnll 1, 2, fl, 4: liaskellnall 1. 4: 'I'rzu-k 1, 2, 3. 4: Commis- sion 4: Hi-Y 1, 2: Argolog' 3, 4: Argonaut 4 CHESLEY f'l.ARK-Football 4: Track 2. 3, 4: Basketball 4: F.F.A. Sentinal 2: vic-e president 3: President 4 PHELLIS CLOUD - Transfer from Ana- heim in Freshman year: Golden Fleece 2. 3. 4: Tri-Y 2. 3: Opereltaq Argonaut 4: Bas- ketball R, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Sm-holarship 3, 4: Senior Play: Volleylmll 4 MARILYN UOMEAIY -Y Home Evonomics Mnjorg Senior Problems Ululu 4: English Club 2: History Club ii IIILIIA Il.'1vlDSffMzljurs-ll in Home numivs: lflmslish Club 2: Ilistmw Club P Senior Prnlvlenls Ululv -1 -IEANNINE DE VYITT - Girls' League .iudg'e: Class Vive president 1. 2: Sub-Delis 1. 2, 3, 4: president 3, 4: Golden Fleet-e 1. 2. 3. 4: viee president 3: Tri-Y 1, 2. 31. 4: vire president 2: president 3: Sehulairship 1. 2. Il. 4: via-e president 3: president 4: Arfrnnuutl Junior Play: Senior Play: Com- petitive Asselnlilys 1, ZZ. -I: Amerie-un Le- triun Contest 2, -1: Hardin Brmfuleast 4: P011 Assembly Chairman 4: Glee Cluly 1: Senior lhitrh Day Prngrzun 3: A Uainella 11 Hrezt Exchange Assembly 3 ISEYEKLY lllllllifliatsketlmll 2: Badmin- lun 2, Il. 4: Student Body secretary 3: Song llemler 4: Unum-il il, 4: Glee Flulu Ll, 21, 4: Uperettzi 1. 21Gil'lS' Reserve 2. il. 4: Suh- Ilelus 1, 2, fl, 4: .Iuniur Play ANNA ll0DS0N4Glee Club 1. 2. -1: 0l30i'- etm 1. 2: Golden Fleeee 1: Sc-hulurship 1, 2 JIM D0liSONfSrhularshin 1: Board of Punt:-ul 51. 4: Renard nt' Uuntrul 1-hairman 4: Golden Flew-rv 3. fl, 4 MERLDENE IYONLEY--Junior Play, Sen- .K EQ' -bdfrv lor Play: Girls' League president: Red Cross representative 3: Girls' Reserve 1, 2. 3: Competitive Assembly 4: Sub-Dells 1, 2. 21. 4: sec-re-tary 1: sergeant at arms 4: Pep Assemblies . 4: Argolog 1. 2. 3: P ' 1 - 4 SHIl'l'Ll'lY DRAKE-Junior Play. Seniur Play: Girls' Reserve 1. 2. 21. 4: G.A,A. IJ. 55. ditur 'E DAN EIDELSON-lfuntlmll 3: Basketlmll 13 Track 2: Tennis 1, 2. 3. 4: Class presi- dent 3: Hi-Y, Operetta. 2: Commission 4: ' Golden Fleeee 1. 2 GERALD FALER--Hi-Y 1. 2: Senior Proh- lems Club 4: History Club 3: English Club 2 JIM FUKUDA - Bnsketlmall 1. 2. 3, 4: Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1. 3. 4: Class vice president Fl: Argonaut 4 2141! f 1 f ,.,.7'QfZf wiv ' yy dvd-ok J. Club 1. 4 J ,N V rx 1 X X xg J IFELIA fiAKClAf1'lnske-tbzlll 2. 4: Hnrkm' 2, Sl: Softball 3, 4: Vnllvyball 1. 4: GIPP IHHYAIRD GARR- -lfootbnll IZ, 4: '1'r:lr'k Ti: JAMES GILLESPIE AHI-Y l, 2: Englisli l'lub 12: History Club 3: Senior I'Vr1bIPms Club 4 FARMEN GOSIEZ-f-Basketball IZ. 4: rab- luin Il: Houkvy 3, 4: Softball 1. 4: Smwfl- bnll l. 2: Vollf-yball 1. 4: vslmnin 1: Hull minion fl, 1:11..X.A, 2. I LEIVIS GOMEZ--Tlnsketball 4: llase-ball fl. 4: Senior Problems Club 4 -IUIINNY HAXTON-Football 1, 2, 3. 4: . 1-'uptuin 4: Baseball l. 2, 3, 4: Brnskeftbzill I, 2. il. 43 4-ulwtuin 4: Sturlefnt Body prvsi- llunl: Commission 1. Z: ww-fsiflvnt Hi-Y 1. 2. :lg Class prosivlrxnt 21: Ulnss businf-ss inun- MURIEL HEAD-Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Oper- ettu 2, 3, 4: Sexte-t 4: Tri-Y 2: Sub-Delis 3. 4: Commission 4: KVOE radio brozulc-:lst 4 ININNA HEPI'i'l'runsl'vrre-sl from Anaheim in Sophomore ye-ar: ills-9 Club 2, 3, 4: S4-holurship 2, 3: .lunior Play: Se-nior Play: Sllil-IJPUS 2, 15. 4: Hand 15. 3, 4: G,A.A. Il, I: Girls' lieservm-1 2, 3, 4: Girls' Imagrue, .iudprvg Rell Cross rvprese-nL:LtivP 3: Operettu 2. Il, 4: llitrh Day Pl'Uf-fI'Hl'll 3 ASA HERKEN-'l'ransferre-d from Tustin in l+'re-shman year: Football 2, 3, 4: Track il: Baseball 22: Tpnnis 45 Golf 3: Class treasure-r 22: Student Body business man- ugorl Class president 4: Uywretta 2: Coun- 4-il :mtl Commission 4: Hi-Y 2, 31 IHLL HOLDEN-Transferred from New- port. High, Newport, Ke-nturky. in Sopho- more ye-ur: Football I3 IHDNALID HUNT-Foollrzlil 1. 22 H:IskPllv:l1l 11 'l'l':ll'k 22 'l'l':lfI'i1' 1'nl1y'1 jllsiim- VICTORIA IIAYBIAN 1 Transferred from Whittier High in Freshman year: Basket- ball 3, 43 Hnvkey 3: vaptain 3: Baseball 3: Board of Control, clerk 4: President 'Pri-Y 2 ,XLFREID KOENES - Football 35 Senior l'Il.XNlll'lN 'Il4l'l,"'Fl'illlNll3l'l'l'll l'I'Uu1 Coin! rzulu in Sulrlmlnmw- ye-ur: 'Przu-k 1, Hamel unrl tlrvhestrsl 2 IIILIAIE JOHNSON 7 'l'l'2ll'lSf0l'l'Pll fron: Wumlrnw Wilsun, Lum.: 149:11-ll, in Junior yvzlr: tllvv Club 33 Junior l'l:ly .IUYFIC -IONLINff-'I'rnnsl'r-1' Irruu Hllllllllil- lun liwu-h High in Freshman year: Tri-Y 1, 2. Ili lilrewtlzl Il, 4: Junior l'l:ly, Senior l'lHb' IIICLEN JITIllD-f'I'l'elnsl'+.-1'l'e4I in Junim' year ltzzskvllmll Cl, 4: rzwtuin Ii, 4: Hom-key Zi, 4: 1-:lmuin Il: 'Pe-nnix Il. 4: limlmintun 3. 4L Snfllnlll il. -li Yolleylrzlll 3, 4: G.A.A. Cl. 4: Umnxnissiun -I ' ig l X ' l X , df ,,, l 'x., 5 1 ' 1 'dflkl' ' ' X J' X: f 445,111 .. ,ll 5'.YI' lil4lI,lA'flinsk1-llvull I, Z: Vulleylmll l. 2: Hm-key l: Baseball l: l'lu,s5 yell I1-:1rI1'l'4: H1414-' l'lulr li .X4'2ll1e'll:n l. If: UIWV- vllu 2. 45 G.A.l-X, l, 23 Girls' lleservv ser-- rvl:ll'y l, ll: Ar:.:'ulr1g' 2: Junior Play: Class sovrx-1:nr'5' 4: Se-ninr Din-h Dany Proaqrum fl: llrvzl Hlxvlizxrlue Assn-nmhly JEAN lilNfii'l'l'?lTlHf'PI'l'Pll in .luniur your !'l'um Szm llvrnzwrlinn Iliuhl Ulu-11-llsl l: Ulf-14 Ululv 3: Sub-lhalns Il, I .llARl'l'lI.X KITAIPA -' A 'l'l'aLnsl'e1'1'enl from ev All-Kindly High, Pasadena-L. in Junior yr-ur: Sonior l'1'lllIl9l'llS Clulm 41 History Cluln Il lwolmlmns Club 4: History Club 22 HELEN LAXKE-Lilve Vlulr 1: Y-'l'r-r-ns 1, I. 41 AH-Zfmlug 4: .-Xrgnnuut 4 BARBARA LEVYIS-l'.S, Histury assislunt soc-retary Il: 11199 Club 1L A Capella 1: Rand Il, 4: Girls' Reserve 1, 2. fl. 4: Sul:-Delns 1. 2. 3. 4: treasurer 4: Brea Ex:-hanue As- , svmlsly Il: Ditvh Day Assembly Il EDWIN .YIAUP H IGRSON-Future Fzuwners 12, 4: president 2: treasurer 3: secretary 4: Sz-hulurship 3, 4 DAVID MATTA -- lfuullmll Il: 'l'l'1ll'k 13: 1 Donkey lieu-zkvllrull 'rtllllll il: tlass treas- urer Il. 4: Buys' llealglle, pr:-siclvnt I: Cum- missiun Jig Hi-Y Z, 31 lx 1xl'I4IlXX I l"I'lX WHT! llltll nn S U St-'n 0 RH KN SIUNII' I' I I 1 wi Hgh in anim XII YIORFNO Hukstlxill 1 mk 11 N ' YYAKII MOHI.NIO'l'0f'l' 'z 'k 2 S un L-1 R fy assistant lrusin'-Ss niainzv-ex' -1: I 'mln 1 'neve 3, 1 'v olars in , L.. Z. 1 AY" - :ut 5 'anss 1'1"c ' nm ' 'ui il H! . Fruitu, Columdu. in Sophomore yeau' MAR! ICNF 3ll'NION-Basketball 1. L. 1 zselmll 1, Z. L 'mi eg: . L. C, C " - 1,5 4: Hm-key l. Z.. 2. Zl'l1l!HiI10Y1 , L, I. 5 ' Ip- 9' 5 'Q 'f I . Llllpl-"0 2 '- ec-ns1.L.J. 1' - : 135. 3 ' J Aseiemlrlx L ' ' "' ,XSHM1 ilu '1 S nim' llitvh z,' ' 1" '2 7' '.L' z i ' . :-'semlrly DONALD l'A'l'RlllGE" 7 " ': f' - ' ' - "1 5' Hif' . , ' au-1. 'n S 1 in ure yw ': 'mths 1:"'z1' 1,.1, L '.'... 3. MARY Llll' IINUN -- T':tnsf9rrQ4I t'r "mr City 'n S it ' 5'-' "2 .lsketlmll 2 "f,'2, :Iasfz L.J. I :- 'ntun Zi: I., .. . Zi. BOB Ml'liA'I'A --' I4 lsketlvzill 1, 3, 41 Track 1. 2, Si. 4 LILA NEVAREZ -f-l3'1skc-tlmll 2, 41 Volley- lmll 1. 4: Suftlxzlll 1. 43 Hin-kc-5' 22, 42 Bild- inintnn Il, 4 REIKU NISIIINl!-'l'i'unsferrPd front Hunt- ington Rear-h in .Junior year: Girls' Reserve 1. 2. 3, 4: Vvllflli Friendship KENNY NISHIOIK,-X-Hslske-thall 1, 2, 54, 45 'Pram-11 2, R, 4: Buselxzill 3, 4g F.F.A, 1 L' RAY I'0S'l'7Foo1Iv:lil 1. fl: Class prxhsiileni v 4: Vonimission 1, :I NOLA I'0S'l'LETIlW'AITl'IfBa:-:ketlmll 1, 12, Il, 4: Hoi-kr-y 2. Il, -1: Volleylmll 1. 2. 3: OTILIA l'IN0N-Tx-:Lnsffwrerl from Ana- heim in Sophomorv year: G,A.A. fl: Haskel- lmll 3: Softball Il: Yolle-ylmll 3: Norkey Il KENNETH PORTER f Trunsfei'i'e1l from l-'ullvrton High in .lunior ymirq S1-'nior play llaseliall 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Gif-0 Plulv 4: Uovrettu l. 2: Girls' He-serve 1: Board of Control :lg Golflvn FIPF-r'P R, -I: SPnior l'l:1y AIQMIDA RAMlREZAl5usk1-tluill l. 2, fl, 4: Tennis 1, ZZ. 3: Softball 1. 22. 3. 4: I-Im-key 2, 3. 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. trvus- urvr -4: Glen- Vlulx l. 2 VIRGINIA lillliE2iS---I'Insz'lish Club 2: Stin- ior l'rol11e'ms 4: Ilistrwy Ululv Il: Mujorpd in Ilomc- ICl-onomivs -GEORGE SCIIOONUYER - Foullizxll 2, 4: 'Frau-k 1, 4: Argonaut 4: II'-Y, svn-iw-tziry. 1 4: Commission 2. 3: Connwlilivf- Assenihly 2. 4: Junior I'lz1y: Senior Play GINNY SCOTT-Rasketllall 1, 2. 3. 4: Bzul- ininton 1, 2. 3. 4: 'I'ri-Y 1, 2, Il: Radio Ill'rvzul4':lSt 4: Vollsfylmli 1. LZ, 4: vzlptuin 2: Sulv-Delis 1, 2. 3, 45 president 1, treasurer Ji: Uominission 3: Aryxonuut 4: tile? Club 1, 2. -i: Ulu-weltlzi 2, 4: Se-Xie-1 4: A CH,l'lf'll2l 1: Arxrolog' 1: Junior and Senior Play ,f 1 R.-XMONA RYSSMAN44l.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 4. treasurer 3. president. 4: Basketball 1. 2, Ii. 4: Tennis 4: Hockey 2, 14, 4: Hasr-hull 1. 2. 3, 4: Soeedlmll 1: Volleyball 1. 2, Cl, 4: Farmers' Hall Que-on 4: Glen- Uluh 3, 4: Opera-ua 3, 4: Band K. 41: A Cum-lla 1: Council 1, 3: Connnission 2: Trl-Y 1, 2, Il, 4: Golden Fleece Il, 4: Junior Play: Com- petitive Assembly 1: Diirh Day Progrzim: G.A.A. Award Winner 4 JOHNNY SAENZg-Transferred from Ami.- lmim in Sophomorv year: Band 2. Ci: His- tory Club Si: Svnior Prolulvms Clulx 4 JACKIE SAIN-Masks-tliall 1, 2. 4: Volley- : E199 Clulv 1. 15, ervttw " 'Z' A Capella 1: Suli-Delis 5 . unior Play SALGADO-Footlizlll 2. Cl. 4: 'I'l':u-k Sl, Cluh Il: S1-nior Prolnlenis Plull 4 Sub-Deb, president 2 LARRY SOUZA- 'l'i'ansl'erred from Long I:e:u-h Poly in Junior year: Ransketbnll 3, 4: Floss vi:-e president 4 BONNIE SOYLAND - fl'v-ansferred from Webster. South Dakota. in .lunior year: tllee Club 3. 4: Uperetta 3, 4: G.A.A, 1, 4: S+-xlet 4: Iiadio Hroarlc'a.st 4 KAY SPI'RLOCKfTransferred from Miami, Arizona. in Senior year IIERYL SRIGLEY-Basketball 1, 2, 4: Hfwkey 2. 3, 4: Badminton 2. 3: Sub-Delis 1, 2, 3, 4: secretary 4: Operetta 3, 4: 0 Y-Teens .., 4: Golden Fleevfl 4: G.A.A. 4 IDOLURES SELLERS 4 Transferred from Oakland in Sophomore year: Baseball 2: Class president 2: Class viee president 2: Illee Ulub: 'Pri-Y 2: Sub-Debs 23 Yell Leader 3: Junior l'lay: Commission 3: Uperelta 3: Girls' League. vin-e president AUDREY SHARPE - Transferred from Redlands High, Detroit. Michigan, Fresh- man year: Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: Uperetta: Exchange Assembly 35 Competi- tive Assembly 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Y-Teens 3, 4: Red Cross representative 3, 4: Golden Fleer-e 3, 4: Seholarship 2, 3. 4: Sturlenl, Rody, assistant nublic-ity diref-toi' 1 v DUN SHEARER--Class president li irresi- rlent fl: Vive president 33 Football l: Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: Track Man- ager l, 4: Tennis 2. 3. 4: Commission 13 J lm Hi-Y L, 3, 4: Secretary 3: Golden Fleece .., 4: Uperetta 3: Council 43 Argonaut 4: Stu- dent Body, lxublil-ity nianarrer Pllllill' SLATE-Footllall 2: Hasketlxall 1: liadminton 2, 3. 4: Band 1: Hi-Y l, 11: 'l'ransferrecl to Uranfre in Aw-il PAT SNllTllfLi.A.A. 2, 4: Artrololl' 2, 42 editor' 4: Basketball 145 Hoc-key 23 Badmin- ton ZZ, -1: Volleyball 2, 4: Baseball 15: Com- petitive Assembly 2: Girl Reserve 1, 2: PAT Allilihlfl - Tl'ElUSi'91'l'P1l from VVilson. I mg"Bear'h, in Junior year: Student Court 4 Yl'1'eens CZ. l: liaskellmll 1: Senior Plllh' 1 ISAIHSAKA S'l'EVENS--Sub-debs 1. 2. 3. 4: sevretary 3: Rand 1, 2, IZ. 4: Glee Ululy: hols Reserve 1 J, 3, 4: Dm-h Day lrof :ruin 3: Urea Exr-hansre Assembly K'l.ll"F S'l'0I'T-Football 1, 2: Basketball 2: Tram-k 1, 2, 3: Council 1, 2: Class Yell Leader 3: Uommission 35 Board of Control 4: Class treasurer 4: Competitive Assem- bly 1, 4: Junior Play: Hi-Y president 1, 2: Radio Broadvast 4 s i i . ' r -if ' , , , I 4 - v ' . A V , 1 I , I ' fy 1 f ' fx ' E 4 , q' f 1 ' n f 1. f I f - 1 fc , , If' - I' Ag lll'ANI'l s'ruli'r-Wif...iil,:.1l 1. zz 1::mk.-lumix I 1 1: Tvnnis 2: Baml 1, 2, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2: Arun- lug 4 ,,,. f f' leyball 1, 2: Buselmll 1: Glas- Clulm 1, 2: Girls' Reserve 1, 2. 3, 45 Sub-debs 1,2. 3.4: , A Caumllal 1: .Xl'S'UT'ltiUt editor 4: Son! leader -1: -Xrgulug 1, 2, 3, editor ll: Juniur Play : , 5 lg 5 e . ...Qu ,. 4,3 , "f if BUNNY 'l'AYl.0K--'l4'uuI.lm.ll 1. 2, Il. 4: ' lmskellulll 1. 2, Fl, Al: Bslseluull l, 2. Il, -lg ' ' Class yell lm-wmdel' 1. 3: Bansl 1, 2. Il, 41 ' ' . . , . . " If Commission 4: Jumur Play: 1-ll-X 1. 2. Il: Radio Broadcast 4: Oneretta 3 RUBY THOMAS-Bzlselnall 1: Hoi-key l. 2: Vnlls-ylxall l: UTl9i'ettn: Glen Clulm 1. 2. SX: Girls' Reserve l, 2, Cl, 4: Umnpetitive As- smnlnly I: Ditch lmy Play: G.A.A. 1, 2: Se-nim' Play k.N'llI'Jl, 'l'lil'.IlI,ll0----ltaskl-Llmll JL. -I: Hmwkey Il, 4: Sufllmll 3, 4: G..X..X. Il, -li Sm-hnlnrship Il. 4: Vive presirlent 3: Suriul lihElll'lllilH 43 Golden Fleece 4: .lrifonaut 4 Ynllvylnzlll Ii. -l. NAIHXE VASEY -- 'l'l':lnsIn-l'l'1-11 frum Url-- gnn in Sl-ninr vvnr: tllvv Clulw Upeu-tial: .IO IYALKl'IKf--'1'rzunsl'u1' l'rum Wisrmusln In Svnim' year: Lllee Club: Uperellu NULA WY.-Xlill-Volleyball 1. Il: liasulrull 2, g Il: 1-Im-key 2, ii: Basketball 2. 3: Class sw- LURNA SW'EE'l'-Basketball 1. fl. -l: Vol- F11 ff, ff' A3114 ,- af 'A-.arlw wi ' relzlry 1. R. -l: treasurer Cl: Student Body Vive president 43 Svholarshin 1, 2, 3, 4: liulclen Fleece 3, 4: Tri-Y 1, 2. 22: Girls' llle-0 Clulz 1: Junini' Play: Cmumission 3: Sul:-Delis 2, Ii, 4: Argonaut 4 MAXINIC W'lI,MOTll-Girls' Il:-agua dress r9pres9ntMivP 4: YJl'fw-ns 4: Live NVires ::. 4: Tl"9H.SLll'E'I' Ji DON VYOLLAND-Foulball l: Culnpvlilivl- 1, 4: Juniur Play: Senior Play: president: Glee Clulu 1: Oper- Hi-Y fl. 4: A Capella.: KVUE Radio HAZEL W'00ll--Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Y'ul- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3. 4: Hfwkey 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Tri-Y l, 2. 3: Sub-Delis 1, 11. ll, -L: Golden Flu-eve 2, I-l. 4: Scholarship 2, 3, 4: Arxxonzlut 4: Junior Play: Senior Play .KNITA VVRIGIIT lSl.Al'liE'l'l4Ili -f Trams- t'erred from Laguna lhfum-li in Senior 51-nr: Argolug' 4 .., W WWW . 453:51 4 M A dual lvhv' A W Q2:Q f X NW' 48 Us Y4 I .XIUHIY Xl"l' WI' Xl' ' .. . . 'll - Slnmlinu lim lnllkllilil. buys' sports: .X 1 llilnn lu me 111 ml l lu 1A"Z C1 ': '1 . lv" luvr: 2-0 'xv .' - in 11:- - u'::1 1 .' v: 'n- '. .'v'S1..--..- 1- H 1 4 . H , :' 14 "si-'. 41-'llc-1 ' . ,v ' l l IIA Imllv. :i..1.l.u1l All! 1 Illll! llx Ivunniln- IlvXVill. xx'rilm--lu 4 nm N ll pill ll uilx HIAIXX I ill 1 vt gg 'mu -' ,.4vs:u 49ers keep the di Miss .hm U u, lmgl. mugs' sluvts: I,ux'nu Sxvv--, -4 ' :wi .U-s .N- ln :lt :lil I vt Slmwn Nolan Wu' . ..., sz '1- i- 1 ui , "- DlBI'V EEDEFS ary . . Work diligentl t . y . . . o complete it before deadline . . . "George what darling cartoons!" . . . l'Are the wrt - ' 7 1 e ups done, Jeannine?" G' . . . . inny exclaiming . . . 'Tv go to the engraversu . . . B t ' e got to e ty and Lorna running r t' p ac ically . . . to get students . . . t forphotographer . . . "To o pose . . . Whom should We d d' e icate the 49ers' diar ?" " Wagon look like?" . . . ' ' 'L A . . . are the Wrong cutsl' . . . a hand job Well done. Roving journalistics . . . furni y . . What does a covered Miss Finley These of applause for a Roving Journalists on covered wagon . . . much t b . . . rewriting of art' l ' o e done 1C es . . . making the dum my getting out of class . . . for interviews f??J Press Club meetings at Santa Ana d . . . an Orange . . . Journalism day at Redlands . . . all 49ers hunt for their names . . . 'ok J es sneered at then a e th . . . p p rs rown into trash can . . . an in' tice . . . but all wait anxi l ' Jus- ous y for next issue. . IUIUIAHI S'l'.XI"l" f Curly Iiustlvmzln. Hula:-rl Vin' Nut Shown f- llun Urn '- , . . 1 . oul :mul Anilzx Wrigh lilzu-kvter. ummli, I'alt Smith llltul' L51 Heli-n Iiunu. lmlurvs Me-rshun, liurluwl Armour, .loan liuinvy. Uni-ulyn Ifury. editor 1 Miss Annu Finley. iss. Arlene Vox. .lim Hinkle Italy lie'zll'snvcl1-I' Imwm Qt Sl'HUI,ARSHIl'7 Top liow7.lzu-k Kraushaar, Fred Larsen. Bob Wylie, Edwin Mzu'l'hersun, Dun Sim-fveke, Dalton liilliun, Bill Spurlock. E11 lllfwrimoto. Middle Row 7 llnrumi Shias-iixznsa, Iluriko Nishimf. Hazel VVoo11. Audrey Slmiqee. sm-izll vhairmin 23 I'hvllis Cloud, presimlent 1: llzlchel 'l'Vujllln, snrizll 1-hziirmun 1: li:xi'liax'zi Nearing. Johnny 'runt Row -7 Miss Anna Finley. uclviseiz Susan Larmer. Connie 'o1:e, Juan tyflwallmler, Jeannine Donohue. Jeannine DeWitt, 'L-sith-nt 2: Yushiko Tanaka. Margie Mitchell, vice presinleni lg - ilurney, Iilerltlene Donlay, Czlrulyn Fury. Vive . 1 mn. sw-rvlzll'5'-tl'1':i:4L1i'Fi' 23 .lalnet flarsliol. Making the Grade They . . . the brains . . . by making the grade . . . lead the covered-Wagon train . . . like the '49 Argonauts . . . venture forth . . . in search of Wealth . . . knowledge . . . dinner at Anaheim . . . in October '... election of officers . . . Scholarship pins . . . memories of Scholarship day in April . . . advised by Miss Finley . . . honor to be a member . . . to lead. WEQU11 Wheels The Big Wagon wheels . . . rich in experiences . . .activity kids . . . carrying a big load . . . club pins . . . Kickoff Dance . . . stage play . . . Biltmore Theatre . . . dinners . . . initiation . . . semester lists . . . the rush to see if they made it . . . laughs with Mrs. LaBarthe . . . Golden Fleece is fun. Ton Huw 77 .lulmny lim-nw-gn, Ilun Stroud. vim-0 pre-uimlent 11 lmn Slw:l1'eI'. .lim Ilmlsnn. Kenny l'u1'ler, Luis Golnvsz. Sem-und Row -7 lizly li'1mi1'ex, R11 Mo1'ixnntn. 1l'ezlsL11'el' 2: llxinny Eiilelson. Burns Sri:- ley. Dim Sie-vi-lu-. .lim lfukunla, 'l'l1il'il Row 7 Hazel l1Voo4l, l.ow0ll i':1ilin. lmresiilvnt Z: Bill Slz1l'kex, 1wVe's'4li-nl 1: liill Phillips. llvfty Ilullz-, ll:u'lv:11'a Ne:u'inQ'. Plwllis Cloud. Front Row 7 Mrs. Eile-env l,:illzxl'the, :vl- viser: Jeannine DeWitt. liwvhol 'l'ru,iiIlo. vice presiclunl Z: Jsmet lieu-wlinl, Nom Vosf llelhwalilm-. 1':l1'ul5'rI Fury. nululii-115' 1, 3. svn-retury 2: Audrey Sharpe, lllnrfriv Mit- chell. lic-ryl Sripzlvy, Merlllene liunlvy. Janet Gurney, I':1t Maltmm. llainmmi IiA'ssm:in. SVU-l Huck Arles-ne l':u-sons. Aylea-ne l'arsfuns. .lean Yoshioka, Nislrinn Murimoto, Mary Lou Post, Mary liemlerson. Sf-sited. Left f June! llurncy. I':1l Alillllltill. Iwi Stacy. .lean llc-al, .ls-wi-Il Hull, Gwen Anil'-rson. Sean-41. li'i:ht -f VVnmlu VVat:'on, .lozm Rainey, Marilyn Morri:,on. Virzrinizi Lewis. lfuurlli Ibm' 7 tlfzvlys l'us1lull1w.li1n-, .lzlnet Gilr- sliol. llvllzn Alanis. Vurolyn Fury. l'a1 Elirlvar. .lime Mlllfrilvl. llvirfry Jones. .Ioninc Booth, Mur- shulla Sl:-wart. 'l"h'r1l Row f'.lllll1' llunn. lievmwly Moerman, Shir- ley Mm-rmun. llollllie VVhe0lvl'. Audrey Prine. Elisa Hemi. .Xnns-thi North. ,lean XfYzlrfl, l'eLTR'Y VVhite. Marlene Fl:-tvher. Sm-ond Row -- .lounmi Applelnury. Marie Sullivan. Ginny S1-oft, Alarlrmnzi lla-pp. lllerlflene lbonley. .lzlvkle Sain, Parolyn Fallen Coats. Gloria lioperai, Caroline lflelr-her, Ilarlmra Wltlohunili-o, l"l FSI lex. lleverly Ihmlrl, l'ul Kelly, Lorna Sweet. .lean Kimz, Shirley llrzilw, Nolan Postlelhwaite, Muriel Hemi. Malrlenv Munion, .ls-zlnnine IJPVVHQ. Nola Ward. DHHS f Row - llzii-l--nv l.1-wis. .li-:innirie Ilonohue, Row 7 Vu! Smith. Hazel W'oml, Beryl Srig- P.UT.IlEllES of ll'lE Town Young pioneers . . . just three years old . . . many pioneer activities . . . receiving trophy for Anaheim parade . . . hay rides . . . formal dances . . . beach parties . . . packing Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets . . . initiation of new scouts . . . ordering club pins . . . after school meet- ings to plan new activities . . . friendly f... blazed a trail to Catalina in the summer . . . slum- ber parties . . . all working today . . . for better girls tomorrow. HEl1Jl1'1Q HEIIEIS On the Golden trail . . . with aid of Mr. Nelson ...extend helping hand . . . a Christmas box . . . to a nee-dy family . . . collecting money . . . doing little things that count so much . . . rep- resent Garden Grove at County meeting . . . busy in service . . . working for a worthy cause . . . the Junior Red Cross. lllflll URUSS RHI'Rl'ISl'GN'l'A'I'lYl+ZS -ff Darlene Lewis. Ann .lohnslone-. Marilyn Morrison. Betty I-lolte, Nels Nelson. adviser: Audrey Sharpe-. Ginny Lewis, Beverly T'iedg'en. ZVINVA' Flores. elve- ,I ,A I 'tgp T!!! if 1 L 13 Standing - Nula Ward, Gladys Postlethwaite, Janet Gardiol, Carolyn Fu ry. Lorna Sweet. Merldene Janet Gu mey. Carolyn June Dunn, Beryl Sirgley, Donley, Ramona Ryssman. Callen Coats, Jackie Sain, Jewell Hall. Joanna Applebury. Jean Head. Iva, Stacy, Gwen Anderson, Pat Mattson, Seated - Jeannine DeWitt. Shirley Drake, Ginny Scott, Pat Kelly. Marlene Munion. Madonna HEDD- Beverly Dodd. Muriel Head, Ginny Lewis. Marilyn Morrison. Front Row- Beverly Moerman. Shlrley Moerman. Standing-Ruben-ta Cullen. Pat Burns. Iris Ryssman. Ann Johnstone. Ruzella Borden. June Mulford, Aletha Strayer. Pat Ehrhar. Della Adams, Marlene Fletcher. Kneeling -- Peggy White. Vivian Beauchamp, Hor- tense Faler, Audrey Cripe, Bobble Wheeler, Elisa Head. Barbara Callen. Seated - Shirley Pearson. Beverly Hamilton, Phyllis Cronhardt. Aurora Ramirez. Joan Welles. Jean Ward. Donna Wacker. Nancy Stevens. Buttons and Bows On the Western front . . . there is variety for the Y-Teens . . . Y-Day at Hollywood . . . at end of a hard day's trek . . . thereis fun . . . many pioneer activities . . . skating and potluck dinners in Youth Center . . . World-Wide cooperation on large scale . . . work and play make Y-Teen members . . . true pioneers. l O PAGE 38 ... v Y 4-,H , YW I W -ra L XXL 1 ft -J- APUUIICI TUB C8I'Il1Jfl1"E .ll'Nlllll-SICNIUII Hl-Y - Stunclim: -- Roh l'mphr4-ss. sergeant-:nI-arms: .luck lilu, Gi-ox'p.:e S:-liomnwer, Nolie Kitaula, Dell Renfle-V. Sealer! 7 l,+'r'lei' l-lzmn, Lowell Caitlin, Dun Shearer. pl-esimle-nl: .lim lflinkle, Asn He-rren. sem-l'et:iry-li'e:is- uri-rg Norman Monte-L-. l4'i'unl RnwvK'u rly 'l'nylm'. Jnlmny l'1-rkin liostleinan. Johnny Hzixtun. Benny A new organization joins the caravan . . . just formed in April . . . meeting on Mondays . . . evenings spent in discussions and religious devotions under guidance of Rev. Vic C. Hayman and assistant Jack Reynolds . . . recrea- tional and social activities follow . . . occasionally a combined meeting with Girls' Y-Teen group . . . meetings to continue during the summer for interest increases. i f ' 7. .f55K111E',at3f" lif ,i3t't:N...,. f---fr-me "" V"1"f 43i ..ygfw M gf2, ' .i ., ,.,.. ,.,,. ' gf, 1 wygswz ,.,.-,if H- - ,ff-i . liz. F l"IilGSHM.XN-Slbl'HUMUlllG lll-Y -' Stumlim: g Inez Ayzllzx. Hilzis Lewis, 'Vulnmx Kzivunuiigli, lbwune Ii'4-huiwlriun. Richallwl Apple- liury. .lm-rry llill. Dwight Smith. Uurli:-1 Stout, Holi llii-'selt lJ'i-k Slmv4'i', Seated f Hill Phillips: ?191'l'l'l5ll'y-lI'P2ISlll'E'l', ,lim ltlatlsunnirzl: J In limrf-i's. llny llzlmirvz: lwerlialf-nl, Tommy lluilizm. Not Shown -f .lolmny llurn-ego, vine lnresinlent. ow-Alzlrk VVzu:1.:ner. l'uul Knowlton, llolyert linker, Kenneth Price. Kenneth l'EiSZillll. Chuck Smith. Jimmy Nurix, l42ll'l'Y lllinger. Melvin Uxxltzu, Bob llarlsy, Vic-tru' Uslrunx. Middle Ruwiflnn Pzutridge, Moses Murunrs. John Anxlinfl. James Hasegawa. Jimmy Rogers. VVillis Kohler. lien Hsuna. Front llowflklr. llunivin, ullviserg Johnny Avustn, lflurl tlstl-on1. Edwin Mau-l'hersun, Curtis Alexander, Chesley Clark. Jimmy llnss. liolrert Cassell, Eugene Hear. 'l'aiic'hi Auyunw. Nm Shnwnffihul-k Hailey, Dun Heal, .linnny Cullihun. l'zxul Cnndil, Don Cross, Howard Uruswhile. Flzwewin Dewitt, liuluert Doss. Rim-hurd Fletc-her. VVilluur Grant. Charles Hum-uc-k. Dirk Mvlieehan, l-Roh May- nerry, Raymond Post, Iiulrert Sumlen, llurry Souza. He-:UL ' vu 'V xqxxgll 'D w'l2374i2h. - sq AN When: QUY1l'H4mnn' Kl . RYS5 Ramon-1 . lllvnn. Nurlf' Su OIT1BSlEHClBl"S ln raising cattle and farming . . . Farmers' Ball exciting . . . and Ramona Ryssman crowned Queen of the Ball . . . field day at Chino . . . livestock shows . . . all under leadership of Mr. Dunivin . . . a fu America's future food producers. ll year for lim-k ll ii 1 ll vt mf- '11 9 xA - X s J v P. A 3 v.5 Dghv fun! ,fi . D x x v 7'?.!"ixjJ 0 if I0 3,0411 K WBSIBPTI HBITIS After a tiring day . . . on trail . . . stop to be entertained . . . by "Snafu" cast . . stars shine brightly . . . tryouts . . . rehearsals . . . fun backstage . . . "Butch, please get your cue" . . . confusion . . . nerves on edge . . . opening night March 11 . . . rushing to be made-up . . . "Where's my Jap flag?" . . . Quiet! . . . "Well done," says Mrs. LaBarthe . . . director . "Snafu" a great hit . . . exclaim trail party. STAGE CREW - Standing W Jackie- Hestel. Shirley Drake. Hill Starkey, Nolan Postletliwuite, Joyce Joslin, Beryl Srigley. Kneeling - Ruby Thomas, Barbara, Stevens, Marlene Munion, Marilyn Morrison. Seated -- Hazel NVood, Asa Herren, Janet Gardiol, ' HSQUARING IT VVITH THE RUSS" Left tu Right - George Sm-hoonnver, Hazel Wood, Ginny Scott, Cliff Smut. Alerlmlenc Hunley. Dun Xvolland, Audrey Sharm-, RUDEU Gather around the campfire . . . for the evening's entertainment . . "Curtain! Hurry, you're on now." . . . "Is my make-up on straight?" . . . "Who is going to win?" . . . three cheers for the seniors, for they won with "Squaring It With the Boss' '... and close behind the vigilantes with "Diet Begins Tomorrow' '... the prospectors and the settlers entertaining . . . with "The Lighthouse Keeper,s Daughter" and "The Go-Gettersw . . . beauti- ful strains from the orchestra . . . fair competition . . . the American Way. PAGE 44 IXIIII llll I IIFAIINH . lc l in ltigh "nn-ulvn F1 1 urnex Xlurilvn 'Kim Ill nf xx Nf! .xg X s 'l'l H14 HHH IW l fi . . rv .Izxnc-I 'v'i:4n1,Iv:1 . . , 1 Q Srn,,,,in ,V H A -pl, IJ-I, "I I I 'lpllf JVH. ' I ' pf I, X 4 . 46111. '7"1l1, i 7-Q X N- L I' L . X mon lfxlflgplqly lin , flgpqlv .11,,r "'1,,.'r ""ux""'m1. .s 'fa 1',,. 1- U 11,1 , X 17.57, Ji on 7,1191 nl Nmizlk ,,Ug::x,,17-lllfgltv, 4 NW: ' "Pimp ' li' 111111, I HI Standing - lieu' 'x' 'I'uylm', llullun K1 rn "PICKS" f -'vv. Ili! old lkls , 'Hin Slmvz-V. .I.l, uh s C"1l'x'1-1' Ml lm NY'1I11I:l Mlll .1S. . I h. Svzllwl- Ifvlln In l"lI IA-was t I tlllt l r. t ,' V, 3 , . ' ,i W ff if J gf! ,J V , ft! f tt , A V ,xml xtf AVL iwx , KL tl ,I V, t fkfv X !i t ll l 1 fu i . . i .Swim 11, I 1, 1 Wm nk . ET ' N,-.U 7'lgq , .kata ' . 11,- "n"" .1111 I-,.. BAND f First Film- --- Mr. Gill. Howard L'l'Ut4',VhltP. Harold Burke. I-my Garvin. liarbara Stevens, Kent Mit-has-ls. Hill Phillips. Barbara IJ94-ker. Third File- --v Kenneth VVylio, Dun Tuasum, Bobbie Armuur, Jimmy iiandulph. Donald Blavkman. Charles Kates. Curtis Alexander. Fourth File 4 Charles Hmm. .lc-'an Caflwal- latch-1i'. Uharlv-s Nval, Barbara Lpwis. Hill Starkey, Arthur Mvlntosh. Fifth Film- - Forrest llnnirin. .Ir., Andres Flores, Duane- Stout, Burns Srirrle-y. Num-5' Stevens, Connie- Cope, Wayne Cruswhitel, FLAG BFIARERS -- Front linw -- Matlunna llpmv. Rita Anderson. Shirley Muernian AIAJORETTES - Middle- Huw -r .le-ii-ry Si-hauer, Shirlvy Starkey. Wanda Milrray. FLA!! 'VVVIRLERS - - .Irfan XV:1rrl. Maririef Mila-ht-ll. Elisa Henri. Ztlnrmtn. Vlfalter Kreutzer, Glu-nn Hlnglisli. Sevnntl File- -- Jimmy Hollonlicvk, Dun Maurvr, Rub Smith, Jerry I' A G E Good Ulll l'lHl"mUl'1Y As the wagon wheels roll . . . the pioneers are entertained by music . . . the universal language . . . band hurrying to catch the bus and on to Montebello for concert . . . honorable mention in Anaheim Halloween parade . . . G. G. procession won many points in Western Band Review at Long Beach . . activities by the sextet . . . band . . . and Glee Club . . . radio broadcast . . . majorettes marching their way into everybody's heart . . . band and all do their bit for the trail party. Sl4IX'l'l4I'l' XK':in4lzi VV:ilson, nwonmzillisli llttllllll VVm-km-V. I'hm'llis Ulotul, tlinny Scott. Muriel Hvaul. llawlem' lit-wis. , .4 . Q GIRLS' GLEE CLVR r- Hawk ltow - Ginny Scott. Ruth Anderson. Bonnie Soylzmd. Middle llow - Annu Dodson. llita. Anderson. Liunne Kent, Nadine Vassey, Ellen Doherty, Frankie liolls, Elisa: Head, lXlzu'g'ie- Mitchell, Jean Ward, Belizt Garcia. Armidzi Ramirez. Marilyn Larkin, VVandzt Watson. Re-tty Fluegiqe, lievt-rly Moe-rman. Ramona liyssmnn. Shirley Moerman Front Row f liiln Nevarez, Arleene Parsons. Darlene Lewis. Muriel Head, Beverly llozld, Janet Porter, Gloria Low-i':i. .loan XVQ-lls, Jo Walker, .Xylm-ene Ibirsons. Dorman Wztvker, Phellis Ulouil. H+-verly llzxvt-npolt. .lean Hvurl. Illullonnu llvlm, Ilswlene l"it4-li, I xi I 1 Horlenst- lfuli-r, Viviun liemn-hnmlv. A naar Broadcast HAIJIU GRUVI' 7 Standing' -f Robbie Armour. Janet Gurney. Iva Slam-y. Donna VVar-ker. Btnny Taylor. l'lif'ford Stout. Phellis Uloud, Muriel Head. Don VVilc-ox, Merlflene Donley, Howard Uroswhite, Jeannine DeWVitt. Hazel Wood. Darlene Lewis, Mrs. La Barthe. Wanda Watson. Seated Y Cwrolyn Fury. Pa! Mattoun. Marilyn Morri- son, Bill Starkey, Kent Morgan, Linley Jensen, Ginny Scott, .lim Hullenlueck. 'Ihc chcres done . . . the fun begins . . . practice broadcast . . . ride on the school bus . . . KVOE, Santa Ana . . . QUIET . . . broadcasting . . . Glee Club sweetly sings . . . the band strikes up a mellow tune . . . five junior girls and "Diet Begins Tomorrow" . . . then . . . it's all over . . . ride heme on the bus . . . discussion of good and bad points . . . telling other sudents of the adven- h ' ' ture . . . what fun hearing the record played back . . . "Surely t at isn't my vo1ce!' . . . "Did your clarinet squeak?" . . . "Gee, we're practically radio stars" . , . hope to do it again sometime . . . maybe become professionals someday. Blackouts of '49 Argo Blackouts of '49 . . . replace Argo Jinx . . . amateur show . . . volunteers for skits . . . plays, monologues . . . and musicals . . . last minute rehearsals . . . at last . . . opening night, April 1 . .. excitement backstage . . . faculty quartet . . . what talent! . . . freshman play . . . lilting melo- dies sung by . . . lovely lassies . . . M. C. keeping spirits high . . . laughs for everyone . . . iLI..Xt'liUl"l'S Back Row-Juriitli Conley. Sandra Hales, Beverly Tierlgren. Mary Henderson. Audrey Sharpe, Wanda VVatsnn, Pat Lewis, Asa Herrera, Linley Jensen. George Sc-huonuver, Duane Stout, Seated, Third Row - Anita Block, Marilyn Larkin, .lean .lennim.:s. Sei-ond Row 7 Marilyn Morrison. Connie Cone, Jonine Booth, Nam-y Strulvle. lion Shearer. Front Row 4 Sandra lloll, Hera-rly Davenport. liar- lvnv Lewis, Shirley Starkey, Barbara Spurloz-k. -M Qi E .fix v yo' .dw AWD my .-ww' , , I ' may -...- " . 1 20444-- Hack Row - Darrell Lealh. Bobby Iiieger, Raymond Gonzales. Joe Vance, Don Maurer, Tommy Kavanaufzh, Joe Salgado, lie-su-1' Hsxnn, Rob Cassell. Uhesley Clark. Third Row - Duane Richardson. Art Reafsnyder. Moses Mnrones, Ted Almazon. ltogzers. Johnny Haxton, Dell Bender. Front Row - Don Stroud. Leonard Schneider, Jimmy Matsunagai. Bob Wylie. Bo! l'mphress, Lowell Catlin. Hay Rnniirez, Johnny Rorrepzo. Art Carlson. Couch Blanch Realty. Varsity Football In the final league standings with Tustin taking the title from defending champs, Laguna, the Argonauts en-ded up in fifth place, winning only two games, dropping five, and tying one. Outstanding for their exploits during the season were Johnny Haxton, who was elected honorary team captain by his teammates, and Bob Umphress, who was chosen the most valuable player of the year. After the final count, Umphress was the only Argonaut to win a berth on the League's first team. G. G. also placed two men on the second all-league team, Guard Jimmy Matsunaga and tackle Joe Salgado. Honorable mention went to Don Maurer who played a bang-up game at tackle all season. The Argonauts, only tie of the season was with Valencia, the second in two years. In the final game of the season, G. G. rolled up its only win by dump- ing Capo 22-13. lion Sicveke, Bill Spurlnr-k. Clair l'ren, Di:-k Biers, Dick McKeehan, Johnny Perkins. Benny Taylor. Second Row - Hector Un-hon, George Sc-hoonover, Asa Herren. Hubert Cavanagh, Howard Garr, Frank Hanson, Norman Montee. Jimmy l PAGE 52 APQUHEUIS of THB WGBH During the season, G. G. students elected for each game an outstanding Argonaut. First was Dick Biers for his outstanding job of backing up the line in the Santa Ana game. In the Huntington Beach game, Lowell Catlin received the award. Bob Umphrcss was chosen in the Brea game. Honored for his all around playing in the Valencia contest was Johnny Haxton. For the vicious tackles he applied in the Tustin tussle, Dell Bender was elected. Jimmy Matsunaga was chosen for his play in the Laguna game. Don Maurer was honored in the victory over Capo. lJlx'Ix HIICHS HHH llMl'HRlfISS JOHNNY H.XX'I'UN IAWVICIAI. t'A'I'l,lN nm Ami tlznne Bren Gunn- Vzulenria Gunn- Hunlirmton Reach Hmm JIMMY MATSVNAGA IJHN M.Xl'liIGli lllilll. IEIGNIWIIK Laguna Bear-h Game Vzmo Lizune Tustin Gzune -n CEE Fllll'I'HALL -- UBB FU0llJEll Although the lightweights had no organized league, Coach "Gov" Green's charges had a total of six games, winning one, losing three and tying two. The win was a slaughter given Laguna by a score of 46-0. G. G.'s two ties were with Orange 6-6, and Tustin 7-7, their three losses were handed them by Anaheim twice, 13-0 and 26-0, the other was a rout by Huntington Beach, 26-0. BBB P-Dnlball Coach Don Kennedy's Bee football squad ended their league season with a .500 aver- age, winning two, losing two, and tying one. Two fine power runners were found in Dick Applebury and Dick Mitchell. Nobe Kitada did some fine passing until he was injured late in the season. G. G, started its league season by rolling over Brea 19-0, and the following week they stumped Valencia 12-0, However, the following week started the Argonauts' down- fall, for they dropped two in a row, one to Tustin 7-6, and the other to Laguna 13-6. In the final game of the season, the Argos showed some of their old fight by edging out a tie with Capo 6-6. Standing - .lar-k Love, Leltny Uhnier. Marshall Vander Linde, .lark Dales. Jack Mitchell, Jim Pe:-nr, Tommy Guihan, Melvin Palmquist, Melvin Rodney. James Hasa- r-Lawa, Jimmy Hollenheck, Coach Edgar Green. KneelingfTed Kitacla, Richard Peck. Jack Johnson, James XVilley. Dalton Killion. Bob Mustoe. Clarewin DeWitt, Tirso Yni- quez. .lim Stout. BEE FOU'1'HA LL. --- Bark Row - Jack Kraushaar, Bob Smith. Jillian Valdez, Phillip Smith, Kenneth Price, Burns Srigley, Raymond DeWitt. John Amling. Willmur Grant, Kenneth May- berry, Fred Larson. Dwight Smith, Coach Don Kennedy. Middle Row - Adolph Maya, Melvin Cotta, Pat Lewis, Jesus Moreno, Curly Bostleman. Curtis Stout, Clyde Smith. Richard Apple- bury, Dick Mitchell, Jack Elder, Steve Larsen. Front Row - Nobe Kitada. Ines Ayala, Roy Jarrett, Roland Thomas, Chuck Smlth, Dick Green. Manuel Becerra, Bill Starkey. Johnny Duc-hart, Bill Phillips, Jack Ida. . fi -.. l f' lip PACS E 54 Xl Va1'S1W 335148113311 VARSITY BASKETBALL-Jim Fukuda, Kenny Nishioka, Johnny Haxton, Roh Murata, Ray Ramirez, Rob Ifmphress. Bob Archer, Clair Uren, Leonard Schneider, Luis Gomez, liicharrl I-'len-her. Hubert Cava- nagh, Don Shearer, Paced by Bob Archer, who was the season's high point man and G.G.'s lone all-league performer, the Garden Grove varsity basketball squad could do no better than tie for fourth place with Laguna Beach, the champs of the 1947-48 season. Winning but four of their ten games, the Argonauts had many close contests. In their second league tilt, tragedy struck the Argos, not only the loss of the game, but also the loss of first string center Johnny Borrego, who chipped a bone in his elbow when he fell to the floor. Borrego was lost for the remainder of the seasong this handicapped the Argonauts, attack considerably. Garden Grove's cagers won and lost to all their opponents except Brea and Tustin, who defeated them in each contest. Capo was the only team G.G. won over twice. IHGE H.-XSlil'I'l'HA LI. - Ilzu-li limi' ley Clark. Middle Row - Jack Kraushaar, Steve Lar- sen. Dick Mitchell. Dean Short. Julian Val- dez. Coach Don Kennedy. Front Row - .lack Elf ler. Jim Hinkle. Dirk Green, .lim l'e4'ul'. Johnny llm'hart. - Itlanawers. Ilon Maurer. Chess Burns Srigley. Ken Mayln-rl'Y. Nobe Kitada. BBE Basketball Outlook on the class B crown was not much brighter than the varsity. Breaking even, Winning five and losing five in league competition, the B casaloa quintet had a mediocre 1949 seasong thus snapping Coach Kennedy's two championships in a row. All but Nobe Kitada moved up to the varsity squad from last year's classy B championship team. Jimmy Hinkle with 157 paced the B scoring attack during the season. Tennis With the tennis season just opening, information on "Pop" Eidelsons racquetecr prospects is unobtainable. Garden Grove, the defending Orange League champions Who breezed by all op- ponents, is conceded only the slimmest of chances to Win the permanent flag. The 1948 championship team which was made up of six seniors has left much to be replaced. This yearis team is composed mostly of saphomores, which means inexperiencc but a good future. Mr. Eidelson says- "Tennis is 30 percent know-how and 70 percent practice." TENNIS - Sl1lY'ldil'lEl'-'N'Pl'l'l0T1 Ewald, Richard Larkin. Kent Nlnrsrarl. Harold Teague, Charles Andersen. .lack Kraushaar, Arthur McIntosh. Don Shearer, Glenn English, Dan Eidelson, Art Carlson. Dalton Killian, Boll Wylie, Pat Lewis. Asa Herren. Seated - Curtis Alexander. Dun Beal, VVayne Croswhite, Bobby Bowen, Marty Gee-slin, Ronald VVade, Loren Kemper. "Pup" lflideison. coach. THXGF1 I Xillfl ST CBB and DEE TEEl1'1'1S The Cee and Dee teams followed in each other's footsteps this season. Both teams lacked ma- terial and experience, and failed to win as many games as they lost. The Dee team, by not taking the championship, broke Coach Edgar Green's two consecutive championships. The Cee quintet was led by Jim Nishino with 17, Marshall Vander Linde fol- lowing closely with 13 points. The Dees were paced by Ohmer's 10, closely followed by Guihan with 9 points. I, X l 1 I 4 l CHIC li.XSliIfI'I'l4Al,I. ff- l.vl'l ln liiuhl 7M:1ni1u-I ilvrnzimlvz, Jimmy Hol- lvnlvr-vk, Jun Nishino. .lm-k Mill-livll, l'u:u'h lflmlqlul' lirvn-n, .lsivk ibzilvs, Hill Phillips. 'IR-xl Kiiuilu. Mui'- sliull Yann ii:-1' liimic-. IJFIIC l4ASKl11'l'l4Al.li-f i lim-k Row -- Brian Miller. 'Vmmny Guihan. Clur- win Ili-Will. lfrnnt Ituw - Jimmy Sain, .luim-s llzisiurawu, Hull .lnlinsnw IA-limb' lihme-V. VARSITY - , Standing-Manuel Hernandez, Coach Edgar Green. Dell Bender. Benny Taylor, Phillip Vega, Luis Gomez. Seated - Chesley Clark, Bob Darby, Jimmy Hinkle, Bill Phillips, Johnny Haxton, Nohe Kitada.. J AYVEES f Back Row -- Ted Kitada, Jack Elder, Jack Dales, Johnny Saenz, Coach Edgar Green, Middle Row - Bob Glaze, Bob Mustoe, Ray Spurlock, John Amling, James I-Iasagawa, Jimmy Sain. Leroy Ohmer. Front Row -- Marshall Van dm- Linde. Duane Stout. Tom Kavanaugh. Jim Pecor, Bill Spurlock, Dick Green. Rudy Luna. VHFSRY 335813311 Coach Green's varsity horsehiders are, at the time of the printing of the Argonaut, preparing for a season opener in the Orange League. The outlook of the team is bright and it may go as far as to win the league championship. In pre-season con- tests, the Argonauts dropped three while winning three for a mark of 500. ' ilT.l1'1lU1' vEl1'Sl'EY This year the Junior Varsity has a league of their own. The team is mostly composed of freshmen, which means inexperience. Their pre-season contests were all failures. With more support and better pitching, the jayvees have a slim chance to win the league championship. . as PAGE 58 mm VBPSRY TPECH' Garden Grove's varsity track squad, after having had a most successful season, Went into the Orange League meet as slight favorites over their arch rivals, Laguna Beach, but the Artists would not take defeat and didnit. They nosed the Argonauts out in the final tally by one point 44-43. This was Laguna's third track championship in a row. Those who could be depended upon to take first or second nearly every time included Burns Srigley in the Sprints, Ray Ramirez in the quarter mile, Bob Umphress in the broad jump, Frank Hansen in the shotput, and Don Stroud in the pole vault. The final scores in the var- sity division were: Laguna Beach 44, G.G. 43, Brea 24, Tustin 23, Capo 6, and Valencia 3. BEE Tl'ElCli For the second time in two years, with little competition from any of the other league schools, the Argonaut Bee spikesters took the league championship in the middleweight division. Tustin came in second with 28 points to GG,s 521!2. Dick Green, Richard Applebury, Tirso Yniquez, and Dick Mitchell were the Argonauts' stel- lar performers. UBB TFHBH In the Cee division, the Argos ended up in third place with 20 points, behind Tustin who scored 371!2 and Laguna Beach who edged the Argos with 22. Jack Mitchell and Jack Elder took the only first places for Garden Grove. Mitchell Won the shotput and Elder the high Jump. The lightweights might have come closer if they had not been without the services of Tirso Yniquez, who would have been a great help in the hurdles and sprints. VAIRSITY TRACK - llziuk Row - Moses ltloroncs. Bula Cassell. George Si-lioonofer. Harold Btsey, Leonard Si-hne'der. Johnny Borrcgo. Adolph Maya. .Vmmy Mui unuga, Jimmy Rogers, Coach Don Kennrdy. Front Row-Don I'atrimli.:'e. Chfsley Clark, Bob Vmnhress. Ray Rimirez, Burns Srig- lry. Lowell Catlin. Frank Hansen, Hubert Cavanagh. HEIC AND CEE TRACK - Back Row-Kenny Nishinka. Steve Lar- f-en, John Amling, Dick Mitchell, Bob Mu- rata, Lester Hann. Clyde Smith. Dirk Green, Di-an Short, Bill Starkcy. Chuck Smith. Middle lbw - Coach Don Kennedy, Melvin Cotta. lJ:mri3'l Holt. Kiyoshi Kamei, Jim Fukuda. .lun Nishino. .lac-k Mitchell. Jack Ida, Julian Valdez, Don Shearer, Mgr. Front Row - Clarc-win IJeVVitt, Charles Neal. Frank Martinez, Richard Applcbury. lfrvd Larsen, Jack Kruusha-nr. Jack Elder. Tirso Yniqucz, Johnny Duchart, Ines Ayala. f'-N Jo,,'vf'0. 513, 963 as. The GAA 49er of this year Ramona Ryssman an outstanding athlete in all sports a total of 1865 points a good captain and manager a competent G.A.A. officer . . . all members proud of her and glad to have her receive the GA.A. award. The strong pioneer Women on the trail Girls Athletic Association . . . include all sports from basketball to badminton comlng out after school "I've just got to make first team." H W many points do you need?" Got your letterw . G.A.A. spread . . . plenty of G.A.A. MElN1Hl+IllS - Top Ruwftiinny Scott. Hazel Wousl. Beryl Srigley, Adele Melvin. Rachel Trujillo. Ginny Lewis, Jewell Hall, .Iuanna Anplelmury. Pat Matluun. Gladys Postlethwaite, Eleanor Jones, Carolyn Fury, Janet Gardiol. Alllrlle Row-Carmen Gomez, Armicla Ra- mirez. Annie Moreno. Margie Mitchell, .lean VVarfl, Eli:-ia Head. Doris .Iune Smith. N012-x Pnstlethwaile. Etta Mae Neal. Barbara Dec- ker. Pat Flhrlwar, V',':xn'la Murray, Esther Gar- l'l?l. Front Row-- Rafaelita Pinun, Rachel 'l'el'- ronez, Lucy Pirmn, Elsie Ilelgradillo, Virginia Ida, Harumi Shiyzemasa. Mary Lou Pinnn. Nola VVarf1. Ramona Ryssman, Shirley Drake, Helen Judd. Lila Xcralrvz. Helfa Garcia. Alice Irlzl. Y' PAL? M 641 I n Standing-Betty Mitchell, Ginny Lewis, Mar'lyn Morrison, Iva Stacy, .Joanna Apple-bury, Jewell Hall, Nola Postlethwaite, Shirley Drake. Hazel Wood, Tlonnie Soylaml, Marlene Munion, Ramona ily:-sniun, Cwrnlyn Cullen Coats, Lorna Sweet, Nola Ward, Jackie Sain. Ginny Scott, Bn-yi Srig- ley- Hclen Judd, liar-liel 'l'ru,iillo. Mary Lou Pinon. lila Xevarez, lielia Garcia, Armida Ramirez, Carmen Gomez. Seatcd-- Uarolyn Fury, Eleanor Jones. Gladys Postlrtliwaite, June Dunn. Carol Fletcher, Bobble Armour. Doris June Smith, Pat Mattoon. Janet Gurney, Lucy Pinon, Esther Garcia. Elsie Delga- xlillo, llhell's Uloud. Pat Soule, Alice Ida, Vic-ky liwyman. .Innei Hnrdiol. Annie Moreno, Barbara IN-4-kel- Standlng-fSantus Vasques, Mary Flores, Marlene Fletcher, Barbara Callen, Roberta Callen, Peggy NVhite, Beverly Davenport, Sharon Hayes. WVanda Neariniz, Jean Biers. Shirley Ellis. Ardith Darch. Faye Prldemore, Marshalla Stewart. Connie Cope. Arlene Parsons, Joan Soule, Valrita Allen, Nancy Strulile. Ayleene Parsons. Pat Larkin. Second Row-Lucille Queja. Pat Hammond, Betty Ann Fluegge, Mary Hicks. Adele Melvin, Jessie Si-Llgudo, Darlene Lewis. Virginia Ida, Rafaelita Pinnn, Rachael Terronez. Alice Schoonover, Joan Rainey. Mary Henderson. Mary Lou Post. Sandra Roll. Sandra Bates, Mary Jane Landon, Jonine Booth, Virginia Laux. Front Row - Lianne Kent. Rita Anderson, Della Adams, Bnhbie Wheeler, Audrey Cripe, Aletha Strayer, Rozella. Borden, .Iune Mulfnrd. Jean Ward, Harumi Shigemnsa, Aurora Ramirez. Peg- Lry Jones, Wanda. Murray, Pat Ehrhar. Vivian Beauchamp. Hortense F:-iler, Gloria. Lopera, Joan Wells. Nancy Stevens. Elisa Head, Margie Mit- chell. Etta Mae Neal. BaSllBllJ8ll my Wf--WM. --ww Basketball . . . fast and furious . . . practices on . . . Tuesdays and Thursdays . . . selection of various teams . . . games . . . interclass battles . . . and at last . . . the bi test of skill . . . playday at Fullerton . . . Helen Judd, captain . . . helped the seniors defeat Valencia 27-24 . . . juniors led by captain Carolyn Fury . . . met defeat at thc hands of Newport Harbor 49-20 . . . running over Brea Olinda 33-10 . . . the sopho- mores led by Virginia Ida . . . a fighting battle was lost . . . by the freshmen . . . headed by captain Mary Henderson . . . in their game with . . . Laguna Beach 26-23 . . . Happiness and heartbreak . . . come with sports . . . but always winning over . . is that great trait . . . good sportsmanship. l'Afll'l GI v Hockey Jl'NIUR-SENIOR HUCKEY -- Standing-Barbara Decker. Beryl Srigley, Ra.- mona Ryssman, Ginny Scott, Rachel Trujillo, Nola Postlethwaite, Mary Lou Pinon, Armida Ramirez. Annie Moreno, Carmen Gomez. Kneeling - Jewell Hall. Janet Gardiol, Ginny Lewis. Put Mattoon, Carolyn Fury, Eleanor Jones, Alive Ida, Connie Nevarez, Lucy Pinnn, Iinris June Smith, .loannn Amilelmry, FRESHMAN AND SUPHOMORE HOCKEY - Back Row-Lianne Kent, .lean Yoshiul-ca, Mary Flores. Santos Vasuurz, Lucille Queja. Jessie Sa- isado, Virginia Ida. June Mulford. Jean Biers. Darlene Lewis, Mary Henderson, Mary Recerra Faye Pridemore, Rita Anderson. Front Row-Aurora Ramirez. Gloria Lopera. Elisa Head, Margie Mitchell. Jean VVard, Joan Wells. Rufuelitzi Pinun. Harumi Shigemaszi. Etta Hue Neill. Hortense Filler, Vivizln Reaurliump. Raising the dust . . . also the grass . . . playing hockey . . . "Oh, my achin' back." . . . skinned shins . . . black and blue . . . swinging sticks . . . Of course it won't rain for . . . the game at Griffith Park . . . but it certainly did snow . . . those cold wet prac- tices . . . really took a 49eris spirit . . . then playday at Tustin . . . seniors beaten by Orange 4-0 . . . juniors tie Tustin 1-1 . . . sophomores lose a real scrap with Laguna Beach 2-1 . . . freshmen panning out a 1-0 victory . . . over Fullerton . . . though bruised and . . . sometimes beaten . . . still hockey . . . brings a great spirit . . . of true competition . . . for real pioneers. PAGE 62 Standing-Barbara Neuring. Eleanor Jones. Gin- ny Lewis. Ophelia Pinon, Shirley Drake. Nola Pnstlethwaite, Rachel Trujillo, Ramona Ryssman, Jewell Hall. Pat Matoon. Middle Row-Carolyn Fury. Gladys Postlethwaite, Bella Garcia, Lila Nevarez. Barbara Decker, Janet Gardiol. Seated -Alice Ida, Carmen Gomez, Armida Ra- mirez, Annie Moreno, Otilia Pinon, Lucy Pinon, Elsie Delgadlllo, Connie Nevarez. Standing- Marx' Beverra, Luville Queja. Della Adams, Virginia Ida. Arlene Parsons, Shirley Starkey. Ayleen Parsons, Joan Uadwallader, Ra- faellta Pinon, Harumi Shigemasa. Standing- Alvlru Varella. Wanda Nearinir. Bar- bara Vanderheiflen, Betty Gulhan, Jeannine Don- ohue. Mary Flores, Front Row- l'9mly Jones, Anita North. Nancy Stevens, Jean Ward, Pat Ehrhar. Wanda Murray. Joann Wells, Gloria Lopera, Elisa Head, Audrey Crive. , Volleyball Service . . . Side out . . . Practice after school . . . Practice games with Capo . . . Play- day at Anaheim . . . Net ball . . All team victorious at playday . . . a clean sweep at Valencia . . . Seniors 33 . . . Valencia 20 . . . two Junior teams victorious over Laguna 44-21 and Tustin 36-31 . . . The Sophomores Winning with flying colors over Tustin 56-16 and Newport 35-33 . . . In their first school volleyball tournament the Frosh defeated Brea 54-30 and Huntington Beach 40-23. PAGE 63 x i S0ftba 11 .ll'NlUli-SENIOR - A S1anding-- Mrs, Mary Min-hell, instructor: Nola Postlethwaite, Iuivhel Trujillo. Bonnie Soylanrl. Ramona Ryssman. Carolyn Coats. .larkie Sain, .Jewell Hall, Carolyn Fury, Pat Muttoon, Seated - Sec-ond Row -- Shirley Drake, Otiliu l'inon, Armida Ramirez, Elsie Delgadillo. Bar- bara Decker, Esther Gurc-ia. Janet Garrliol, Front Row -Alive Ida, Barbara Jones. Gla- dys Postlethwziite. Ginny Lewis, Luvy Pinon, Annie Moreno. Lelia Nevarez. The last of the sports . . . Long hits . . . Foul ball . . . Strike three, you're out . . . Sunny practices . . . See my tan? . . . Slide in . . . Junior and Senior playday at Brea, May 24 . . . Freshman and Sophomore playday at Capo, May 26 . . The last high school playday for the 49'ers of the diamond. FRIGSIIMAN-SUl'HUMURl'I f Stzlndinir--Mrs. Mary Mitt-hell. insiruvxori R310 llvnn. l'eL1'LZ5' Jonvfr, l'-it Plhrluzir, lvzxnrla Murray, Beverly Hilmilton. Hfnfnol- ita Pinon. Elrerzl llairvu. Alzxry lflqxixiosw. lC::Veruliz'l Gonzales, Shirley Starkey. .Ioan i':ulw:1llzuler. Second Row-Vi1'i:'iviiu hh. Nunn-y SR-'.'el1s, Jean Ward. Hwrumi Shigeinuszi, lie-rerlx l'JzuCnpurt. Shalrun llzirvs. .Xyleene l':irf sums. Margie M t-hell. Elisa Hs-'ul. 9' d -Xlarv l-'lorm -Xrlene l"i"so - .Pate - . . en , . nh. Mary Lou Post, Alive Svhcmoliovm-r. Eslhe-1' Lopez. I,uv'lle Quejax. VVill:1rline l'u1mLl', Ardilh Dzu'm'li. l'., .. '-I PAGE 65 IINYI' t ri' 'v--lt:-urmnn li, .is , , Xlzqrleno Mun- Heicn Judd. Kneel 1. - Joanna Apple- l Jewel Hall, Pat M t on. Seated- J Vi rd, Margie Mit h ll, June Mulford. '1'B1'1niS Tennis . . . a game of long hours . . . needing much practice and skill . . . long . . . short . . . 30-40, your add . . . "What's the score?" . . . after much practice . . . playday at Santa Ana . . . senior doubles . . . Helen Judd and Ramona Ryssman ...- defeated by Newport Harbor 6-0, 6-3 . . . Anaheim singles . . . won over G.G .... Marlene Munion 6-1, 6-0 . . . Jewel Hall and Joanna Applebury . . . triumphed over . . . Fullerton 6-2, 6-2 . . . Pat Mat- toon . . . as junior singles defeated . . . 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Phone 5751 Corner of Garden Grove Blvd. 8z Pine BEATTVS METZGER STORES SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE TIRES AND TUBES 11092 East Garden Grove Blvd. HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES Garden Grove Phone 2005 By Post Office - Phone 5301 GARDEN GROVE NEWS PRINTERS Telephone 15160 GARDEN GROVE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS 'Ir STAR MILLING COMPANY at' 13072 South Euclid Avenue Phone 2111 1 . Emm y MOON!! BOB SHREEVES SERVICE Corner Verano and G.G. Blvd. Phone 2022 CHARMEE Nl' BEAUTY SALON Zula Hinkle, Operator J SPECIALIZING IN COLD WAVES 12941 Seventh Street, Garden Grove Phone 5032 Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated School Supplies Headquarters Bobby Sox for Teens All Your Makeup Needs YOUR FRIENDLY STORE THE GEM 5 8: 10 No matter what the occasion you will find the best in... Garden Grove, California MALTS 9130 ti' M' 1:00 A. M. SANDWICHES Ph Los ANGELES TIMES 'H055601 HAMBURGERS AGENCY at I . n Early Morning Delivery HUBER1' w. HEAD Bradley 'S Garden Grove 1030 .M' f A 12811 s. Ninth st. Phone 6721 S am San a na BEST WISHES ARCADE YARDAGE SHOP to the 1949 Quality Yardage and All Sewing Needs McCALL 8: SIMPLICITY PATTERNS ARCADE BAKERY 11032 Garden Grove Blvd. AND CAFE B. ANDRES Andres' Hawm LADIES' APPAREL Clothes to Fit All Occasions CHlLDREN'S SHOP Infants Wear Boys and Girls Wearing Apparel For School For Dress Shower Gifts 11038 Garden Grove Blvd. Phone 2-3091 11038 G. G. Blvd. Phone 2-3091 Congratulations SCHNElDER'S MARKET and Good Luck Groceries - Meat . Seeds and Plants ! GROVER S MARKET Phone 449 Telephone 5391 333 E. Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove Blvd. and Euclid BEST WISHES success TO THE TO THE SEN..-,RS 35113539 ' 0 DR. and MRS. DR. 8: MRS. O. S. SPECHT JOHN C. KRAUSHAAR PAGE 76 GARDEN GROVE FEED CO. CORNER EUCLID and ACACIA Handling a Complete Line of ALBERS QUALITY CONTROL FEEDS Hay, Grain, Insecticides, Seed and Fertilizer Pet Supplies DRY CLEANING - PRESSING ALTERATIONS HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED GROVER'S CLEANERS Located in the Andres Arcade Garden Grove Blvd. - Phone 2203 Parking in Rear DOLLY Uilesl ELSON, Owner 4-Day Laundry Service CLARK'S REPAIR SHOP Agents for Maytag WASHERS - STOVES - IRONERS DEEP FREEZERS ABC Washers and Ironers Thor Washers and Gladirons 11032 E. G.G. Blvd. LA VERNE J. REAFSNYDER STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Life - Automobile - Fire 12671 S. Pine Garden Grove, Calif. Phone 5452 RADIO TELEVISION MORSE RADIO Sales and Service Authorized Dealer, Philco and Emerson 105 S. Euclid, Garden Grove Phone 2-3151 Garden Grove Lockers AND Orange County Frozen Foods WISH YOU A MAXIMUM OF SUCCESS 13212 Century 136 Garden Grove Blvd. Phone 375 Phone 458 PAGE 77 QQCLASSWARE HARDWARE I-IOUSEWARE Z MOWER'S VARIETY 12881 S. Euclid Garden Grove, Calif. Phone 2-3361 TOYS -- NOTIONS ----- STATIONERY GOOD LUCK SENIORS CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1949 'A' W YOUNG'S BARBER SHOP 12933 Euclid Garden Grove WI-lEELER'S MARKET PETE'S GROCERIES Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Every Day 10281 GARDEN GROVE BLVD. LUCKY ANNE LUNCH Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Every Day 10281 GARDEN GROVE BLVD. SEE RANDoLPH's MARKET BARTLESON REALTY Co. AND SERVICE for 8681 Garden Grove Blvd. Homes ., Ranches - Gr oves Complete Stock of 8152 Garden Grove Blvd.-Phone 6636 Groceries - Meats - Frozen Foods Gas and Oil Phone Garden Grove 2-3321 Outboard Motors Ralph Hill, Prop. RALPl'l'S SPORTING GOODS Bicycles, Parts 8: Repairing 125 W. Acacia -- Phone 5631 - Garden Grove C l ' WALTER B. THoMAsoN 'mgratu ahons and Jeweler Best Wishes BOB MIDDLETON 12951 South Euclid - Garden Grove Phone 6571 10731 Garden Grove Blvd. HONOLD BROTHERS MORTUARY Garden Grove, California 410 West Garden Grove Blvd., Phone 760 WACKER'S GROCERY Groceries Fruits Vegetables 12965 Euclid Phone 5961 GOOD LUCK SENIORS Dr. and Mrs. Karl Brigancli , IX Best XWishesto the Class of 1949 ' p from 1 1 f A . 5 lx PM A C. M. English andiAssoc1ates, Inc. I 2 'P' 1 Al i ll' Dpen Sundays 4 Dutch Boy Paints - Plumbing Supplies Builders Hardware - Varieties 10164 Garden Grove Blvd. Phone 2165 F ewell Concrete Pipe Co. 40 Years' Experience A. V. FEWELL L. L. DOBKINS Manufacturing and Installation of Concrete Irrigation Pipe and Irrigation Supplies, Concrete and Pumice Building Blocks - Septic Tanks - Cesspools Machine Trenching and Bulldozing 10752 Penn Ave. Garden Grove, Calif. Phone 5756 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 Safeway Store Garden Grove Glenn Tramel, Mgr. LUPIEN TIRE 8: RECAPPING COMPANY COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES if NELSON'S PHOTO SHOP jk Commercial Photography -If Photo Finishing A' Portraits W Photo Supplies HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHER NEW AND USED BATTERIES PORTRAITS AND GROUPS 13021 Century Blvd. - Phone 2153 12883 Euclid Phone 6736 Best Wishes to the Seniors Kellogg Supply Co. ZLAKET'S FEEDS - SEEDS - FERTILIZER FOOD MAARKET all GARDEN TOOLS DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 358 or 441 Arno Soest Sam Mitchell "Your best bet in food and clothing" 143 N. Euclid Phone 442 Garden Grove Warehouse Company BEANS AND GRAIN BARLEY ROLLING 10771 Pearl St. Phone 430 Garden Grove :tux A 'K N ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP 7 F. A. SHERBURNE 12802 Euclid Garden Grove YH I ' V HUNGRY? wALT's DRIVE-IN FIRST AND HARBOR JANITOR SUPPLIES Buy with Confidence Orange County's Only Exclusive JANITOR SUPPLIES HOUSE TO THE CLASS OF '49 Congratulations on Your Graduation and Good Wishes for Your Future KLEEN-LINE CORPORATION SANTA ANA 2150 South Main Santa Ana Phone Ki 2-8893 .X X' - Gallinger Construction Companyv' X . ' General Contractor for ALT' " I 5 New Cafeteria and Administration Buildings ' b 4 I at A M 2, -I M I I Garden Grove High School l Y kg X7 JOHN DEERE TRACTORS - FARM IMPLEMENTS CATERPILLAR DIESEL TRACTORS - ENGINES - LIGHT PLANTS SALES 0 PARTS O SERVICE A Complete Line of Farm Tools Shepherd Tractor 8: Equipment Co. 17th and Harbor Blvd. - Santa Ana -- Ph one Klmberly 2-4425 GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS - CARDS - DIPLOMAS SCHOOL JEWELRY - AWARDS JOSTEN'S FAMOUS TREASURE CRAFT RINGS ENGRAVERS CORPORATION 214 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles FOR THE BEST IN FLOOR MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS Consult the Hillyard Maintaineer Lenzi Allred, 9032 S. Magnolia, Anaheim, Calif. Hillyard Sales Company tWesternJ St. Joseph, Missouri SCHOOL EQUIPMENT OFFICE AND SCHOOL sUPPL1Es - PENCILS - NoTEB00Ks - ETC. 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