James Garfield High School - Crimson and Blue Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1929

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Ht 0 THE future CO'l'lSlL7Tl.LlIlO7l oj complete Wcvrld Friendship, LU1Il'1 the hope that tlle great International movement may produce permanent peace among all natzons, this 1929 Crimson and Blue is sin' cerely and tllouglttfullv dedlcatecl FOIIY f i i s 5 that t e li, ra Q 1, Rs t " +21 A. QQ5 HE staff of this Crimson and Blue of 1929 has earnestly tried to present to the students of Garfield High School a value ,. able year book depicting the school life and emphasizing the importance of World Friendship "Ami the sung. frmn l1cglm11v1g ln mul Ijmn1Li.1IqLm1 m the fzcllrr ujJj7'1u11J l.ux1,rl,1,mxx ANT .wc ilu' umrllxxg Fvxcrldxhxltw nmdu .rt Chlrjluld ffm .SJIUUI uxn' 11: Jun rumm, m Jxalu. mmf m scllmvl Lulx1'1!1u.x uf vwvrx' lypu. Iillllljul lu lil! 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I believe it will def velop in me the habit of punctual' ity and regularity, respect for the personal and property rights of others, a feeling of individual ref sponsibility for the common good, and a Willingness always to give a square deal. I believe it will help me to build for myself a clear head, a true heart, and a strong arm. ALL HAIL TU GARFIELD HIGH Vv"111'1'1' 11111'1111' 1111111111.1111N 111.1 111u11' 11121115 N1'.1111 s1111's 111 11111111151 111116, T1lL'l'1' 11.111111 1111' H1111 Sg1111111 111.11 wc 11111: T11 111-11 111' 11 111 111- 11-111-' 111- 1- 1 1111119111 111l111xIk'1' 1711151 11147111 11111-.1111 .111 1111111 N1'iy', 1511111 1'.11Nc 111 111'1' 11111' 411111 111 111'.11x1' All 11.111 111 l1.11'111'111 11111111 1"11'1' g11'.1111111g 11111 1-151' 111y.111x' 1'111' lI'lIl11 411.111 s1.11111 1111' 1111113 P11111 1l1'1'S .11111 111111 xxx' 1111'11gc 111 111'1' f1l1I' 111y.11 111111115 111111 true, T111'11 11'1 11111' 11111111 FIX' 411111, T11 1111' 111' 1'L' ZUS 11'I 11111'111 A1111 1'.11N1' 111 111'r 1111r song 131. pr.11s1' All H.11I 111 C1.1r111'111 H11111' S Twelve OUR MOTTO THERE is no American youth, however poor, however hum- ble, orphan though he may be. who may not rise through all the grades of society and become the crown, the glory, the pillar of his State-provided he have a Clear Head, A True Heart, A Strong Arm. -JAMES A. GARFIELD. So long as we love, we serve. So long as we are loved by others I would almost say that we are indispensable, and no man is useless so long as he has a friend. Thifteen ROBERT L1 mms STEVENSON. International justice is administered an the Peace palace at the Hague. ' Rosco C. INc:ALLs SIXIGCVI vii' Alice Reiterman Dov WAdamfson Girls ' V Principal Boys ' V Princlpal Ra1phWDetter B0y5'vp1-mcipal W 29 Scvente: 1 , FA CU LTY first runv, fcft lu 11111111 Miss Fumx Rlsrli BIIYIY, Smm! S.1unLf, Mlss Kl11x13x'l1fx'l Hll.I.NlXN, Ifngllxlz, Miss l9Rxc'1-, Am-.sz Gu-1.5 1'l1x'.s1.L1l EKIILLLLILIIPH, Mnss Rl"1'1i M. Fulxxi.-xx. Niurlwf nmrm, Mas, Lfwlsls. Al'I3l'.l,I. Smml Sucmc, Miss I,.Xl'1.lXI' lirfx1R1N4:A Cmn- nmmml, Mus, U11-'xxx FLIKTK, .NfL1zl1u1mmf.s, Mas. Mx'1'1'1r- l3RxN'1'n1xx'.x11s1-.. Hand nj' Sm-ml Suamu, Mus. Fwy Buwliu. Mum, Mus. Vlkmlxlx F. C.Xl'I'S. Hmm' Eumwn11..x, Miss Svxluvi H. Hxluwlv, Ihmi my Mkzzlmmnl im, Miss fXI.lil'R'I'X HIKQISFY Head uf Hmm' E..m1m1x.'s, Miss Alllllll I7m1l'm9H'I'Y. L'z7TdP'X' mmf muy fcfl In Hglzl Mk XX'YlI.I,IXM A. l31.xr's, SL1m.u, Mus. Lum ID.-wus' Amms Hume Iium1.m11U, Mlss M uma Huvxlxs. lluqzsz IALA 1, Mrzs Fl.URlfNlfL Trixlu' lS.xm'R, Sgxume. Miss MYR'l1.1 Ci1,xm's Axmu-.xx's, Ewwllslz G Cum. Mus. Mun Armxax Hwxvxrw. Sum! Sm-mu, Mlss ElvI'I'H Iluixr-. Cuurlik, Emzhslz, Mxss lbunmrm' Hwy xx'1w4w1w. Axzmg It-.ui nj' Aw-1. Miss IiLs11f A. B1-.11. I'IuL1,l uf English, Mus. Fun' M, liukxnxxz, Nfczrlzuwmxrm, Mlss M.xm' CTx1.1.x11xx, Engfmlz, Mxss Ivixm' RLVIH D1f:sr-LY. Hmm: Eym1mmLs. Mn. IXIUNZU B. Fmzf msn, Agrmg Hmd .mf Furmgn Lmlgmlgc Tlzmi ww, 1'4" 'H rxfflvrz Mk, I5 XV. XXIWXNISHN. Iiuvs' YM- I'rmL1jml, Mu. UICIWRKVI. l51nm,. AWIJIIIUTYHIIIQN. MR. f3xR'IlIl'R limnwxlw Fl'l'.IMHRRlS. Plzvsuul ELiltCLlIIU7l. Mn Ll'I'lil'R Ibwuf Bkumi, Muvh Am, MR. vv'XLL.Xlill HENRY Hum, Suum-sg Mlss IVf.XMli E lhm4m11,1,. Clmvxnmpmlg MR. UINJRKQIC vv7XRRl:N Emi. Muir. Ar-zsg Mks. Rl'lS1i'l"l x I1 lilwxvx, Cuumulmg MR. Luwlw XM Fr I.I.lN'S, Sm ml Sncmu. Mu, Vm1.11, HuLM11s Busr, Head nj Simms, Mu C N. Cxmlix, .m'xw1.f Lf Affmulzuru, MR. CZu.x1u.11s LH- CURNVII. Mvflz. Am, ffxghlcmx ,9- igl,! FACULTY First row, left to Yiglit: MRS. ANN.-I WILSIIN AIQNES, Mathemfmcsg MISS ETHEL REITERMAN. Ang MRS. LUCILE V. STURTEVIINT, Art, MRS. ZELLA U. YIIIINIQ. English, MISS PERSIS B. PORTER, Commercialg MISS ELIZABETH SCHELIJ, English, MISS MIIRQIUERITE A. MILLIER, Girls' Physical Education, MISS CARMEN M. SOSA, Modern Lan' guage, MRS. EITNA H. MAIIPI-IERSON, Modern I.anguageg MISS ALICE REITERMAN, Gwls' VicefPrincipalg MRS. MILITREII I. MOYSE, English, MRS. A. LAURA MMIRUIIER. Home Economics. Second row, left to riglitg MR. W.aLTER G. PIIWELL. Orchestra and Bawdg MR. LESLIE E. LYNNg Modem Language, MISS LAURA NEIMEYER, Englisli, MISS ETHEL G. INIIALLS. Head of Music, MISS SELMA L MESLOH, Girls' Physical Education, MISS M.-IRI' A. W.aRNm1ctR, Music, MRS. Lucy E, STEARISIS, Science, MRS. LIIRA A. SLITII- ERL.'xNo, Dramatic-sg MISS MAE Lawn, English, MISS LILLIAN L. MERRILL, Social Science, MISS ELIZABETH M. WK?RTl1I.liY, Eiiglislig MR. ERNEST W. LEEPER, Head of Mechanic Arts, MR. JIISEPH K. BELEQRII, Boys' Physical Education, MR. HARRY G. ROGERS, Mechanic Arts, Tlzird row, left to iight: MR, HERMAN L, SCI-IRIIEIIER, Boys' Physical Education. MR. RUSSEL R. PETERSON, Social Scienceg MR. SHERMAN G, OYLER, Scienceg MR. GERALD G. IMLIRREY, Meclianic Arts, MR, CHARLES LESTER SUFFIELD, English, MR. IQXNDREXV P. Nineteen V.'XNIJERBlLT, Nleclianic Arts, MR. Rosfzu C. INIQ.-XLLS, Pvincibalg MR. GEITRIQE F, SAWYER, Commercial, MR. PIETER j. K.-KPTEYN, Mrvderwi Lan' guage, MR. HUGH SP.-KULIJING, Commercial, MR. VVIILLIAM STURK.-KN, Acting Head of Commercial, MR. FRANK W. ZINR, Boys' Physical Education. HEADS UF DEPARTMENTS fuxt nm' luj! In fwfr! . Al, Miss Annu Hxxs DlllllHIN, l,1fm1fy, MRS Mum A lluxxluxxxxlln, Smml Siu-me, Mm Aimulx HIKIIWIN. 11mm EnlP"ll77HInN, Mm Fxru Hxzrl Hxmwl-. IUMA .'NfL1!11cnmtu,x iww,lujzzwf1glzz Mlss Mun IE ,Ixunw,U1rI.v' Plz, EJ., Mlss Hsu A lik 1 1, lg'w1g11.J1, MN Iwruwllax Hwxx41411-, :Mr TV1l44ffIHlI lilum, INK-XII4 Xlfm Tlmuf 7'-vzv. lcjnl lu fxgfzf MR . V . AluxiuliwwwxllzIfulxlalwl,l.Ln1gm1gc, Mu, lguxlsl XXI il IX L1 1 PIR NIL-.M Am, Mu XX'l11,1xx1 H, Slwmxx, Qlmmm-.ml Ml: Flaw M, -lmixsux. Bum . , , Ph, bi , Ima X umm H111.x11 Q I5I'.5l..N1QWIk:.' Ilx .wmxnx mt, jw H tim! Tim! num lm wmm, Ilzu uzzrld uw' .Nlmff1v1'1ll1m'xln'jm L1 flu! Rum RT Bmkxs 'CYIIX GARFIELD STUDENT BODY GOVERNMENT HE chief purpose of the Student Body Government of the Garfield High School is to further the general welfare of the student body and to develop among the students individual responsibility, honesty, cooperation, and a spirit of service. All students who are regularly enrolled at Garfield High School are members of this organization and are entitled to its privileges. All instructors are advisory members. The officers are elected by the student body and hold position for twenty weeks, or until their successors have been elected. The principal and elected officers, together with presidents of various organizations, form the Board of Commissioners. The President, Boys' Senior Service Commissioner, Girls' Senior Service Commissioner, Boys' junior Service Commissioner, Girls' junior Service Commissioner, Head Yell Leader, and Commissioner of Publications are elected by the student body. No one is permitted to hold an office twice in succession except the school treasurer unless the Board of Commissioners and principals agree that there is a condition present to justify the exception. All candidates for any office must be on the eligibility list which is prepared by the faculty and the principals. Each candidate fills out an application blank for nom' ination. All candidates must have received recommended grades in at least two solids and must have passed in four solids during the term of their nomination. If the officers do not receive passing grades during their term of office they automatically lose their positions. A merit record of 9070 or above is demanded of all office hold' ers. They must have given fifteeen weeks of active and satisfactory service before nomination. They must also have on file an affidavit required by the Board of Ed' ucation and the Principals' Association of Los Angeles. The president and members of the Board of Commissioners are inaugurated in public assembly and take their oath of office, administered by the principal and for' mer president. Garfield has a check system to which the candidates must conform. The check system is for the purpose of eliminating the number of offices one student may hold and to distribute responsibilities among the students. No one may hold offices which total more than fifteen checks. The election of officers is held during the last five weeks of each semester. The exact date is set by the Board of Commissioners. The Student Council is one of the most important sections of the Student Body Government. It consists of the chief executive, and presidents of all home rooms. I1 is a medium through which the student body business may be presented for approval. 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Seeond row, left to right: Margaret Price, Editor of Crimson and Blueg Stanley Vogt, President of Boys' League, Earl Irving, Secretary of Student Bodyg Cliarles Wreii. President of Senior Honor Soeietyg Dorothy Shipley, President of junior Girls Atliletir Association. Third row, left to right: Vv'arren Tliompson, junior Boys' Serviee Cornmzssionerg james Dijjenwirtli, Senior Boys' Service Commissioner, Leonard Wlllld1H,S, Boys' Atlif letie Association, Frank Humberstone, Commissioner of Financeg Clyde Tison, Honorary Meinber, Fourth row, left to right: Mr, Storlqan, School 'l'reasurer, Miltori Molirman, President of Student Councilg Guy Wrinkle, President of Student Body, Hilrna Piplqin, Head 'Yell Leader, Mr. Ingalls, Principal. The Board of Commissioners of Summer 1929 planned the following: 1. Printing of a hand Guide Book for new students. 2. Placing on sale of the Gzirheld window stickers. 3. Promotion of the reforganization of the Boys' Athletic Assoeizition. 4. Promotion of the organization of the junior Girls' Athletic Association. S. Stationery for the Board of Commissioners. 6. Authorization of the use of the felt emblem and chevron for the junior Garfield Service. 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Class Qfficers Mhntcr - 192 9 ."'1.1111111111111'1'1 N' ' ,Gwyn-y1,1f'1,111-,1,, ,111-1 1-111-11.111 311111111111-' 11. 1 CLASS HISTORY XV29 HI. 11.155 111 V1 111111 112212 11.15 11111111111111111 111111111 t11xx.11'11 11111 111111111111 111 C1.11'1'111111 H1111 S111111111. 11 11.111 115 111'1Q111 111 5111111111111111' 11111 111111111 1111111 11111-s .11111 111'1. 5111111111 111 11111 11111111 111.11112 T1111 111.155 XX'.1r 111111'11.151111 1111 11111111111111 1111111 1111111111115 111 F1'1Wl'l1.lI'y .l11k1 1.111111 1111 111' 111111 1111111 S.1111'.11111111111, 111111 1111111 H11111111111111 1,.l1'1'x, 111111 1111111 51111111 1'.15.1111111.1, .11111 111111 1111111 1911111111111 H1111 T1111 11111111111 111.155 111' '111 15 111111 1111111115111111111 111 11111 111'1.1111:.11111115 1117 1F.11'1'111111. 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A1S11, 11115 was 1111 1'11'sl 111.155 111 111111511111 11111 1114155 1111 111 11111 5111111111 11111'11r11 111.111- 11.1111111. T1111 1111 1111151511111 111 .1 11111111111 1W12lCL1L1L' 111' 11111 411111111 s11:11 1111111111.1c11111111tw11c11t11c 111.1111 11111r.1111111 1.111111'5. T1111 11.111111'11 111.15 111.11111 11y 11111111 S1111111, 1l11k.1 R111111r1.1 M11I'.l11'h 1.11111'1' 111111111 1110 111.1111111i L11,s11'1f11 E111 111 1' M11111-1 1-11111131111 R1J1i1iR'ILX M1111,1x G1f11s11N R1i1'N111,11s H11111111 VVVRIKQHI' Mui 8111111111 OFFICERS . 1111111111111 XIIIC P11'.11111:111 . 5611111111151 T1'1'11.111ru1' 1311511 I.ULlglLC C1111 I.c11g111' T11'cv11yfc1g11t DANIEL BFRNSTEIN "Dan" Honor Society Service Library Club Business Club Winner ot' Davis Medal Tuom,-is Cfxmros liTlJTVl1l1f'.l "A" Baseball "A" Football ll Club CLYDE DENHW "Dennx"' Pres. ol' Home Room Band and Orc-hestra Achievement Society Sr. Service Commissioner Pres. Student Rody VV'2El LESTER EW.-xR1 "Les" President ol' Senior Home Room Honor Society Service Football Letterman Senior Play VlRtlINl.-X FllRlJYlfl" "Comic" f:.A.A. Atalzxntans "Peg 0' My Heart" Give Club Servicu KENNETH Gm' "Slim" Hook Store Manalrer Secretary ol' Service Sr. Service Commissioner Sr. Boys' Glee Clllh Vice-President Senior B Home Room Twenty-mme KEN N Em B1c:RsLER A'T0go" Boys' League President Letterman Football Letterman Track Lead in "Cherry lllossomu and "l'eirs!y and The l'irato" ESTEI. CARLISLE "Ed" Achievement Peg O' My Heart Service Science Club K.'XTHl1RlNE ECCTERT "Kimi Business Club Economics Club Pilirluette Club Servire liirl Scouts BERT FaLr:oN ER "Benin" Assistant Editor of Lou Chief' Electrician Stage Crew Radio Club Achievement Club l,xNtEs GoTo i'fi1nmy" Pres. Achievement Club C.S.l". Captain ol' Tennis Team llebatinil Club Sbal-tespearean Uratoriczil Contest M.xR'E l'l.'XLllliRT A'lW,r1z" Garfield Service Senior Play Vice-President of Senior A Home Room Camera Club Library Club R 11' H x11'1s11111zx "N11y'11' Survive li1.x11,11 H1111 1' l flYll77lf'. 1: 11111. M 1111.11 RI ll ,l111'1'1 "l5u11m111.w" i'.S.l-I I'1-mi1l1-nt .X1:1l11111:111,- IA-2111 in Pm: U' My H1 llvzul Y1-ll L1-41111-1 11..X l'11-N. lh-1-N1-y 1'l11I+ M11z1,11a131' Kl.lN11l 1 lll 111. A1117 g 12:11 l'1L'l1l S01 X iw' ll115i111-NX Club A1-l1i1-1-1-11111111 5111111-11 Kuna-3. C'l11l1 l'1w,-N. tlirll L1-:1v1111 C.111x11 1, L1x1 -fjlllllllti. 1-1-1-111111111 1.1 1-1111 x111 A1-1111-11.1111-111 11111. 1-1-11 11' My 11.-111-1 1l..X..X. .x1111..1.1 s11.1'1 ,I11Sll'll lVll'lllN'1 .J .. 171. 'l'on11i5 IA-111-1'111:111 'I'1':11'l1 l.ollv1'111:111 I-'11111h11ll llzuxlxc-llmll I4-l1v1'111:111 S011-i1-11 R x1'x111x1: Hll.l. "1i11y"' .X1'l11m'1-1111-111 C'l11lv 'l'1':11-lx IA-tu-11111111 l'11--i1l1-111 uf 4':111u-1:1 l'l11l .X111111:1l Stzxfl' llx11111 ll -l11,s11x "l1ll" 11.11--1m-N, 111.1101 su.-1.-11 XVI". fl!! Yi11--l'11---. 111' lI.li. NHT F5 lX1XlilllX li11u111,1ss1,11i ".XI111'z" 1l1:111+111':1l l 111114-H :11-111-1:11y 111 S1111l1-111 H1-dy 12:11l'i1-l1l S1-1vi1-v :1l11111l1:111-l ll1111111X l411X1111-., t'l11ln l'1w 1111111111 l.1x11111 Q K IUIQIX 1 1:..-1-1,1111 1: 1--.,,11,1.11 1. L'l11l- lC11X1114-XX L'I11l1 I.11u Sv:11'l' l111111x1 lw11'C1111x11c'1X '4R1'11c" 1.11 11.1.1 s.11111.-.- 1'11.-1.-1-1,1.,....11. s.-11..1- 19111-A 11111. 1-11.-1-1 1.11.1 11.11 l'i 1.111 l111111'11111 Mmux "li11111111" 1.1-:11I 111 l'1'1: 0' M5 H1-:11'1 H1111-11 51111015- .X1:1I11111:111M Swxivn l'14-- 11111111 l-'11c- tllrlf Tlnrlx GERSCJN REYNOLDS rmfka Lightweight Football Swimmim! Peg 0' My Heart -w Student Body Business Or- I ganizatiorl Pemry and the Pirate SH.-xm. SMITH "Sal" , Basketball Travk Lil-lhtweilrhl. Football Man- N axzer Gmffield Service MAE SToUT "Mamie" Garfielzl Service Achievement Cluh Swimminnz Club President of Home Room W'!r4 Girls' League Rep. H.-xRo1,1w WRIIQHT 'iBell" Track Letterman Senior Play Boys' Leaszue Rep. Garfield Servire Thirtyfone l l l l l 4 r I w l 1 4 1 I M, ,, , l JESUS SALAS uclmiel' Garfield Service Cafeteria Los: Staff Print Shop C Track Team GRACE STUFLE "Grazia" G.A.A. President Honor Society Atalantnns Camll Fire Girls Pres. Service Club ROBERT WlLLl.'lMS t'Bob" B I-'netball Secretary nf tl Club Track Treasurer nf Iloys' League At-hievement Society Great souls by instmct to each other IUY11, Demand alliance, and in friendship burn AIJLTISKJN Class Q111Ce15 Summc-11 1Q29 Roberts Verna Veda SUMMER 1929 CLASS H11 sc111111' fl.1ss 111 S11111111cr 'YW IS .1 wry c11s111opol1t1111 class. Altl111L1gl1 thu 11111- 1111'1ty 111 1ts 111c111l1t'1's l1.1vc lWUCIl 111 t11lI'lAlL'lLl s111cc it 11pc11ctl Ill SL'1TlL'll1lWL'l'. 1929. they ca1111c llfillll 111.111y 1.l11fcrc11t sgluumls, wry 1'cw 110111 tl1c 5.11116 11116. T110 scl11111ls 1111111t-Ll1.1tply I'fI'XI'L'SL'IltL'd lll'L' R11xx'.111 Aw1111c 1l1'.1111111111' Sglmwl, Bclv-:tlurc lil1'111u11t411'y. H.1111111cl Struct Sclwul, HllI1lIWl1I'1US Avc1111c Sglmol, .111d two 111' IlN'Cx' 11tl1urs Thu class 411' S29 15 tl11' lurgcst class t11 lw gmtlllzltcd l-H7111 Q3Lll'llClLl, It l1Lll1llWfI'S l1lllCly'1XK'l7. Tl1c S11111111t'r 'IU gl.1ss IS wt-ll YUPl'C5CllIL'k.l lll scl1olg11'sl11p, F11111' 1ll'C lil! 111c111l1u1's 111' thc C.1l11'111'111.1 Scl11ml.11'sl11p Fc1.lc1'.1l11111 .mtl twn .1rc 1111v1t1.1tc 111c111l1urs, Fl1I'Q"l1YL' studcnts c.1r11rLl Uoltl Scrvlcc .lXX'1LI'Llb 11ml 11ca11'ly cvcry st11t,lc11t rcvcivctl c1tl1c1' SIlVCI' ur l3r1111:t' g1w.11'tls l1t'1'uru g1'.1tl11.1t11111. Atl1lut1fs l111vc lwccn wull 1'1:11rcsc11tud 111' l111tl1 lmys .mtl QlI'lS, 111.111y 111 XX'l10I11 I1.1vv rcccnutl 41tl1lut1q lut11'1's .111tl 11111111'1'.1ls. The Sc111t11' Class Play, "Thu 'I-111l111' Mutlc M.111" was 111't'sc11tt'tl M.ll'Cl1 12. 11229. 111 il rcculxl l1rc.1k11111 .1111l1t'11uc. In l1a1tl .1 l.lI'QUI' c.1st 111.111 .111y 11tl1c1' pl.1y 111'11d11gcLl .ll flllfl-lUl 111' ll Su11111r Cl.1ss Ulfilllilgllfl M.11,ct111,:11 R11111.111s , P1c.1111w11 A1,111-Z111' M1 111 X'1.t"I'fmtiu11z V1111x1 1.111111 . Suu-awry V12111 M1111'111ixs1-.x Tretmtrur D.1x'14, M'1111.1111 . .Log Rcp11rte1- 1lL.1I11'1t1-. Vv'l11s1, Gwlx' Lctlgzac Rcp1'u.su11tt1t11'u L11l'1s Rl.11'l4' , . Iinys' Ltfilglitf Rcp1'cxc11l11t11'c MCIlll7L'fS 111' tl1u cl.1ss ll.lVC p111't1c1p11tcd Ill cvcry npcrcttu tl1.1t l1.1s 11-:cn g1vc11. Many studc11t11 111' tlmc cl.1ss l1.1vu held zxctivc 11111ccs Ill tl1c St11tlc11t Body gUX'A'l'11' 1111'11t and l1.1vc w11t1'1l111t1ml wry Illllill t11w.1rLl thc l1cttcr111c11t 111 U.11'11clt1 Hlgfll St'l11111l. 'Tl11'rty"t1111 VELM.-K ALLEN i'Sl1o'rty" Chairman Senior Usher- ettes Florence Nightingale Re- serve Achievement. Club World Friendship Club Girls' League Rep. Lawaiiscze Antlxsors 'iLf.lTry" Senior Play, "lt Pays to Advertise" and Operetta 'Penny and The Pirate" Mforld Frientlship Club Credit Manager President Boys' Senior tllee Club. tlarfielml Service Lois BARTLu:'r "Candy Kid ' Candy Store Manager Senior Uslierette Honor Society llarfieltl Service Clovis Club . RN xisr BERRY "l33n'Ty" .Achievement Club Garfield Service "G" Club World l"riend:-hip Club Assistant Janitor P.-u'L BLYRWELL "Plato" Achievement Club Senior Play, 'The Tailor Made Mun" S'2!t World Friendship Club Forestry Club Garfield Service t1.'x1uuIiL C,XT.'XTJti i'Gab-" Tennis Club "ti" Club 3 years Los: Staff S'29 World Friendship Club Senior Play, "The Tailor Made Mun," S'!9 Tlurzyftliree M.-uuox AN1wERsoN "lVlar-fly" Business Club Kersey Club Honor Society Garfield Service World Friendship Club DA N B.-um ETT "Burner H H.R. President Soccer Team Garfield Service Hold l'in Award Honor Society Senior Boys' Cleo Club E'r11LrN BATES "Busta" tiirls' Letter Club Spanish Club H.R. Presirlent H-111 Business Club Honor Society lm Bm mos is Y "Adele" Honor Society Service Cluh Girls' Athletic Association Ke-rsey Cluli- tloiny: to College Club CLlSll3ETll C.Xlx1l'liliLL Fuzz "Atalantans" - Girls' Let- ter Club Crimson and Blue staff California Scholarship Fed- eration Lot: Staff Senior Play. "The Tailor Made Man." N.tIHlNE CH.-XR'I'NIZ "Eemian Senior Girls' Commissionei W'2fw Crimson und Blue Staff SYS Pres. of' Commercial Club liirls' Letter Club California Scholarship Fed- eration NVorlml l"riendship Club Farm Yusl Annuul Slufl' S211 Stare Vvuu' Print Shop Senior Safely l':lll'nl M,Xlll4,I, C,Ru.u '4AlfWlIml.w" llirls' Alhlclim' .X vuviill iam liurfiulll Surviw Upvruttu SUN "Slime: ul' Nzulleff' Vlfurlml Flivmlxhill Vlull ihzvupfiw tiillx lull-is 1711-,1-'I'rf.xxx'1l R I ll 'kfiwvlnxlul' Iiuyx' Senior Svnvivo Vumrnivimxeu' S121 Senior Url-hestru Al-lmiovunwnt Cluh Sunim' Pluy "'I'lu- 'I'uilu1 Manic Mun" Vrxxrlbilll Izumi P.Xl'I. 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Secretary Student Body Football Senior Play "The Tailor Made Man" National Athletiz' Honor Society Gmrusif -I.fXMliSON "Bones" Football General Manafzer of Ath- letivs Senior Avhievement Club Lead in Operetta, "Peggy and The Pirate" Senior Play 'Thinyffuc XVIRHINIA GUTIIRIE ' Gmgev Garfield Service, Gold Ser- vice Pin Hall Iluty Captain World Friendship Club Business Club Kersey Club Honor Society KARL HARMEN UPop" Chief' Electric-ian Stage Crew 4 semesters Football Manager Fire Brigade Garfield Service Senior Play "The Tailor Made Man," SY!! Rcmum Hicz.-xsnim "Bob" Senior Achievement Club World Friendship Club Goin!-2 to Collenle Club Stamp Club Camera Club CLYDE Hi:NTER lkHlLHl1C Garfield Servire Senior Achievement, Club World Friendship Club Garfield Fire Brigade "A" Basketball Squad EARL J,-XCKLIN i'Willie" Track Senior Play, "The Tailor Made Man" Garfield High School Bank Loi! 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A-li Senior Play, "The Tailor Made Mon" S'2!l Track BERNARD Novsn "Noysic" Letterman Baxketball 'LIS "G" Club tlarfielil Servire l'l.'XRRY PAUL HB'l'OLU1l1t.H Senior Play Operetta S'12El llinner Club llanring Cluh VYurltl Friendship Club M.'Xlt'L.XRlZ'T l'Ric1n "Peggy: Etlitor Crimson and Blue SYS! California Svholarship Federation Preaiilent ol' Home Room W'12T Girls' Letter Club Husinesr Club Garfieltl Sei-vivo Senior Play SY!! Ser. Honor Soc-iety WHEN antl 'LIN Enxx'.xR1z R1c11i.xRnsoN "Ed" "C" Football I year "A" Football 2 years Manager of Crow Country 'l'raf'k Team Aswiftanl Janitor CL.-xYTor: W. Rimes UKLIIELU Orchestia and Bzintl Football ancl Trark Senior Play Home Room Presitlent "G" Club Tliinyfseven Eusemi MYERS "Gene" Hoy! Glee Club, Quartette Letterman in Track Cross Country Team Assistant Yell Leader "tl" Club YVVILLIAM -I. URTGIER "Gang" Senior Play Football. 4 ycara "fi" Club Service Ilcatl Fieltl Manager l:liTRN PEN.-i i'Dimples" llonor Society Kersey Club Business Club Shorthand Club fiarfieltl Service Loiilf Rl.-XVltT 'iPontiac'i Letterman in Football '26, '27, '25, and Track '16 Manager "A" Trark '29 President "G" Club SY!! Vive-Pres. Boys' League Senior Class Boys' League lit-prescntalivu vVY:Xl.'l'l-.'? RIESIEN Bud "fi" Club Lifzhlwciuht Football Servire Tracfk Manager Asxistant Fieltl Manager lNl.'Xl.KItJLM RlD:5liR'l'S Nlwrk Senior "A" Prcsitlenl S251 liofineas Manage-r of Crim- son antl lllue. SY!! Operetta, "l't-Btlbfy and The Pirate" Letterman "B" Football llrum Major v i F1,uR1uNvi Run I xxl "Fllu'ru'H A1-hifweluelu 1'lub Upervltu, "'I'ln- Sinn-I ul Nupll-5" I lu ml lul llulu Vlfnrlll N W Cluvix Club 4 Ataxlumzmx-4. 1 1 l - lm 4'lub XfliNf'l'Sl.XlNl S HSIIIPTIXH un,-ra.-1.1 s.-I-va.-v "ll" Vlub XI,lN Ill" VVml4l lwwrulxlxuv tlub "li" linxlu,-lluxll lmu Staff 1s.umR1-. Sum xx "Sui" liurfivlnl Se-rxir-v l"m1-airy l'lub Slzunp Club Alnuix limx'xm1Sx11lu MSU117lXH Ilzuu-lm! 1 lub Ss-ninr Sm-rvim-u Sa-nim' l'l1xy Sffl' S1-nim' lhmml Rl ru 5l'l-,lik ASpupk1u" wus I,L-uuus' I sw 'wulul l'ulifm'niu S1-lxulzu-Nlup lfbzlvmtimx Iiirlw' Letter Club lim-wey Vlub llnrfiulnl Sm-vivc Rum TII'1,1l'QkY "Hzunpu"' Svvu-tux'y Hun Yin-ld Y., W ll! null A ill Senior l'l:ly S114 Nami:-S' wif. Hin-lx' lxller l'lub Lmr Slufl' Sw x vu! ul , cxlliwlul "'I'lu- sawn-I ul ' W L1 l'l' SXLIIIIYU lull' Hvml uf lluvlwy 'l'u-:nurur Girl! .Xlhlctil X-Nm-iznliun Nun--I'ze-xinlm-lit Girl! lvl 1.-1 l'lub lwn-ov K lub umm um-n.lNn1.,,11..l, CUNRXIF Sru W: "Ibm relax" llu -un-fx C lub X1-lum-vnu-lu Vluh Wmlfl Flu-mlwluip Flub Hull lluly l':xxvt:xin liublvmn- Ulm lx lluxw s Sklllll ' I'r1n:lg1u" lluxu--N fur S4-niur 1'lu.s N +1 lluxllu-W k'Iub hnrlxm-141 N-rum hluv Klub M-hu-u-lm-ul l'Iuly Nvllimlblll Sfxlllll "C'Ju1gu" llluuu Sul-imy 4i:url'i1-lvl Sn-rx-in-0 l'lliqm'lVv Vlub llufxxmw Klub l':nI'm-wrizn Sr-rx-if-uf ux SIRXNIN lmug -lulm lldvmluu- uf' "H" Club und "ll" liuwl.--llmll Xvhimvnn-nl Vlub liuxlxu-W Club 'lk-llw ul' Swlmul llzmnl. uwlv TllliUNllSlHN h.x1lll'l'H llnuuu s.,.-am 1.1110 4 lub 91-nina l'Iuy SUS: C'm11l1lm4-lzxl l'Iub Wm Ill l' r lvmlxlup llub Tlxxrzywxglxr CLYDE T1soN "'l'i11y" Head Yell Leader 3 se- mesters Board of Commissioners "G" Club World Friendship Club Senior Play S29 M.-xajukui TUCKER "Shorty" Glee Cluh and Oixeretta World Friendship Club Senior Play S129 Florence Niyzhtemlale Club Garfield Service AIJKPLFKP VlLL.-XRRE.'XI "Dinglel1oofer" Cross Country "A" Track Grruwcza WIESE '-cimhby' Vice-Pres. Girls' Lemzue President Home Economics Club World Friendship Club Lou Staff Senior Play S'29 Rum' WHELCHEL 101,06 President California Schol- arship Federation Senior Class Play S'29 Kersey Club Business Club Came from North Hiuh School, I1 e s Moines. Iowa, in B-12 BERNARD WILKINS "Buvney" Garfield Service Thiny-nine ANTUNIQ TURRES "Tauri "G" Club Cross Country 2 years Achievement Club World Friendship Club C Football ANtLliLlT.K VILLALUBUZ "Angie" Kersey Club Shorthand Club Story Tellim: Club Girls' Letter Club Honor Society CLIFFURU VJ.-XLTER Cuff Senior Play S29 Cross Country "fl" Club Viforld Friendship Club Garfield Service Business Manager, General News Manaszer ol' Gar- field Log CHRISTINE WENZIN HSTUHCSH World Friendship Club ANIBER Wlrxxxs "Willgie" Mailim: Manauer of Gar- field Loi! Cafeteria Service Garfield Servire World Friendship Club Senior Class Play S'129 Dnfwrm' XVlNIIllliLL MDM' Annual Staff, S19 Captain Hall Duty Garfield Service VVnrld l"riendshi1i Club Kersey Club Girls' Letter Club Californa Scholarship Fed- eration l7llYl.l,lS XX'1'1': "VVmy" Wsm1'lxl Friemlxlxip l'luh Business Club liirlf' Leaguo lim-11, Honor Sm-iely Seninr Play SYM FRANK Ym ual Vtilll 'lmmly Track "ll" "ll" lfcxwtlulll Senior .-Xvhiovonwenl Gzlrfivlal Servive Worlzl l-'riennlfhilw Club XVI Tlll mt IS Fnmlllsllxp' Smnctlruzg duup mt tlzc l1CdTl lun speml lmd lqccp- XX'cl1lll1 lllllf gnutcm wlnlu :vu gum: llmzxc tlml lrL'm'tw1.v ux In hw. 'Vx' WRINKLI-Q 4'S1v114t.w" l'w'c-sislvnl Stumlcnl lhnly Q' --. I-fl-Jill-m sum-m mm.-in I'rs-sinlm-nt VVol-lnl Frionnl- Nhil, Vluh I.n-Hvrmzm '25 und 'lit lfnnthzull, 'l'rzu'L, I' 1 0 N - wmrltry Uranlurix-:nl Curr:-N!:l1n . l,l'XN1Jli Ylill mxna "R H7l7llC Hill! Lellex' L'Iulm llunm Sm-ie-ty NYm'l4l l"l'ivn4lahi1, Clulu Vluvls l'lulu lic-rxey l'Iulr Hlnxm' V xx IUYH1 4fQXH.... iw! ,3 1 l 1 1 r., .Xl Vjyiii-4 F-fvix MERIT SYSTEM ARFIELD High School has in operation an effective merit system that has for its aim the encouragement of regularity and punctuality of attendance and good conduct. At the close of each ten weeks a merit hanner is awarded the three rooms attaining the highest merit records. As a result of high merit standing for the last quarter last spring, Miss Calla' hans B11 home room held the first merit hanner the first ten weeks of the winter semester. Mr. Carters B11 home room won the second banner, and A9 home room won the third. For the first half of the winter semester Miss Schelds A9 home room took the Hrst hanner. Mr. Carters B11 home room took second, and Miss Callahans B11 home room took third. Miss Herrings A10 home room was first in the race the last of the winter semester. Mr. Carters All room came second and Mr. Hooks A10, third. M ERIT REGULATIONS 1. A student shall hegin each 10 weeks with 100 merits. A merit grade will he given at the end of each 10 weeks to he placed on the report card of each pupil. 2. Merits shall he based on character, conduct and attendance. J. Any student who has helow S5 merits must see one of the Principals. 4. Any student who has helow 75 merits must hring one of his parents or his guardian to see the Registrar and the Principal. 7. A student must have a merit record that will average 90 or hetter for all the time he has heen in school in order to receive a recommendation to a husiness position or a recommendation to college. 6. It will he possihle to have more than 100 merits as the end of a term as a BONUS of merits will he granted, as follows: a. No unexcused tardiness in 10 weeks . 5 mcrits h. No unexcused ahsence in 10 weeks . 10 merits c. 95 merits or over at end of 10 weeks . . . 5 merits 7. Demerits will he given hy the Registrar and by the Principals. Fortyfone S Ggntlq mel' 3312 Home Dlbom 11Home Rooms - 3412 ' Q26 'Sl29 ' C A 10 Home Rooms-102 -233 -107 tyfivc O Home Rooms -545 -303 'lO6'BX B10 Home Rooms -301-108 - Cafe A9 Home Rooms -234-B7 'A9 I1EmE5120om5 - 1-522 25111 A8 Home Roorns - 208-300 A8 Home Rooms -206-BVI-327 FOTIy'5Cl'E7l Z AZ Home ROOITLS - 344 -2-if-205 A7 Home Rooms-34O'247 B 7 Home Rooms f lOl - BVIH,-BI-32 5 Alumni Qfhcers 1929 VPres. Irene l'laml1n.5GCY PaulineVlR'ymuulh.TrfaS lsrael ALUMNI ASSOCIATION HE Garfield Alumni Association was organized in 1927 with Katherine Weher of the class of S'27 as President and Miss Mary Callahan as sponsor. Marion Moore, S'27, is now President of the organization. The purpose of the organization is to keep the graduates of Garfield in touch with the school and with each other. This is accomplished hy parties and Home Coming Day, Each semester the organization gives a party to the memhers of the graduating class, who hecome memhers of the association upon graduation. A Home Coming Day is held once a year. At this time, memhers of the association come to school, visit classes, renew old friendships, eat luncheon together, give an assemhly program, and close the day with a hanquet and dance. The last Home Coming Day was held Friday, May 10, 1929 and a party was given for the class of winter 1929 on Friday, February 1, 1929, Another party is hcing planned in honor of the class of Summer 1929 for Wediiesday, junc 26, 1929, the night of graduation. Della McKenna and Ray Bennet, of the Senior Class of Summer 1928 and Harold jillson of W'29 were elected to the Ephehian Society. Appointments are made on a hasis of scholarship, leadership, and service. Fovtv-'nine Friendship is the foundation of all organizations KCEI IZGTE 1 h Marma Mc Cul-dy Margaref Price Malcolm Doberts CRIMSON AND BLUE STAFF ELillAY7"l7l'C11lL'JV A.x.w.111tr Elfltm' SUYIIUTX XXTIU Scnxmzw SIU Chaim 111111 Urgm11:,u1111 Mx1u,x111 1' l'111r'1-3 lB1'xx1-, TV1ll.ll-,R . Cx11M11 LIN1. lJu1w1'11x' XX'vINI'Hl'l.l, NXIWINI' C11 xlarxlz Fmu Am E1.1:.x111-51'11 Cm1'1a111,1. finyx' Sf'1l7'l.x , Vvvll.I.l,X?x1 l'c11'1's X'I11Udll17?'lX . AL1111111' M1"1'u 1211113 S1'cu1i'1Q YYHNNT' Mc'KHwRx11c'1X Culevxdm- , C1,xY1'ux Rlczus Smlpsfwtx Vx"lLI,IX!x1 Q5RI1?IlzR Hnmmr . . F111.1w Ycms1' Sp1m.wr . MISS lvl-.NI.X'Il'X'I, H1-.11 um ART STAFF Arr Edmfr M,-x1u'1.x M1'C1'111w Axxlmnnf Mx1z111 K1L1'1sx.'x1111 Ax.u.s1.1nz . , , 1D1iL1111.x Bfx1a111z BUSINESS STAFF B11.m1u.sx Nlmmgw ,.., M.x11'u1.x1 R11111-3111s Advcmsmg Nfmwgur . L1r1v1N1i L.x1v1s11 Typmr . 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T1111 111111111 111' I111r 111'1j.1111:.1111111 is "Sc11111.11's11111 1111' S1'1'x'1Q1'.'1 1f.11'11 1111111111ur 111111 IS 1111'L1g1'11 111 L1111' 1111 .11'1lX'1' 111111 111 I1.11'1'11'111 S1'1'x'1cc .11111 111 110111 11111111' s111L11'111s 111 111.1111 1112111 sc11111.11's11111 1'141IX'S1X 1 1 MEMBERS OF CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Aho, Vienna "eAuerl'vach, Sylvia Baher, Delpha Becker, Vivian Bennett, Ray Berry, Beulah Berry, Eulah Bonewitz, Darrell Brodsky, Ida Brodsky, Leonard "'Carnphell, Elizaheth Casale, Edythe "cCharney, Ben Chartniz, Nadine Cohen, Israel Comertord, Imogene Conley, Helen Cowl, Edith Dohson, Clifford Doering, Lillian Fausey, Marie Fischer, Pearl Fisher, Dorothy Gonzales, jesse Geckle, Louis Ginshurg, Alice "Goggin, Rose Goto, james Guy, Kenneth W '29 EARL Iavmu RUTH SPECK SAn1E MUNITZ 19284929 Greenhurg, Louis Hertwig, Fred "'I'Iodson, Edith "'I'Iumherstone, Frank "'Hunt, James aklrving, Earl Irving, Kenneth akjiackson, Carol "'Jacohson, Julia jiakeway, Stella jillson, Harold fjoycc, Marguerite Kayl, Josephine Keith, Leone Kellogg, Louise "'Kelly, Dorothy Kowallis, Winifred "Kirchgesslei', Martha "gKlitgaard, Marie Kuntz, Eddie "'Ladish, Ludine Liahle, Verna Luna, Raymond Lewin, Odette "'Llewelyn, Jack "Long, Blanche Lopez, Consuelo "'Max-tin, Sam McKenna, Della Officers President Vice-President Secretary ADVISORS McGowan, Clifton Miller, Duane Miller, Josephine 'Milleig Nathan Moran, Roherta :"Munitz, Sadie Nordstrom, Mary Pallais, Blanche Pope, jack "'Pott, Minnie Price, Erma 'l'l'rice, Margaret Rogers, Carol Romo, Lupe Russell, Evelyn Sackville, Alma Schatz, Thella :l'ShaW, Alma :"Spcck, Ruth Stofle, Grace Smith, Dorothea Stevens, Rohert Schempp, Alfred Tawa, Violet "'Velarde, Blas Y. "Whelchel, Ruby "Wirichell, Dorothy Zavodnick, Milton S '29 RUBY WHELCIIIEL ALM:X SHAW JUSEPHINE KAYL MRS. MATTIE BRANN-iwAIrE, Miss MAME GoonELL, MR. GEORGE SAWYER A star indicates membership both semesters. Fiftyfseven THE ACHIEVEMENT CLUB-AN HONOR SOCIETY SENIOR IJIVIsIoN HE purpose of the Achievement Cluh, an Honor Society of Llarlield High School, 15 to recogni:e not only high scholarship, hut also outstanding service to the school in whatever capacity rendered. lt strives to encourage each nieniher in the development of any special ability which he may have and to train liini to use this ahility for the common good. Each cluli, the Senior High School Society and the junior High School Society, is divided into two sections a Scholarship Division and an Achievement Division Since it is the avowed ohlect ol' the cluh to train for service and eiliiciency, nienif hership is earned in part hy assistance rendered the school through team activities, holding office in some organization, or hy helping in the government of the school. Twentyfiive points are required for menihership. Eighteen of these must he made in seholarshipg the others may he earned in extra curricular activities. W' '29 Officers S '29 JAMES Goio President CIIARLIQS WRIiN Hsaotn jiucsoiv Vit-c-President S-uw MI'NI'I'z Rosii Goouiiv Sm-,eww LLZIWINH Lfxnisii Advisors: Mrs. Mattie Branthwaite, Miss Manic Goodell, Mr. Fred johnson, M Marguerite Millier, Mr. George Sawyer, Mrs, Zella Young. JUNIOR DIVISION iss The junior Honor and Achievement Society draws its nienihership from the stu' dents of the Garfield junior High School. The qualifications for menilwcrsliip are the same as those required for the corresponding senior group, The purpose of the Cluh is to help and encourage the younger students to work for high scholarship and to give them practice in service and in leadership. Almost every nieniher is active in the Uariield Service Organi:ation. Vv' '19 Ojficers S 'IU Sramox I'RoIfs'I President VVVILIU.-X l'l.XI.Ii Rfwmowo R.-usiors ViI'efPresidem MvRIsI.Ii Hurrtuiaus QiI..XIJYS Lsuixuz Secretary DoRo'rIIv H.-xaoissnv Advisors: Mrs. Mattie Branthwaite, Miss Marguerite Millier, Mrs. Zclla Young. Fiiiv-eight pf.. vm.,-.,-.,.J Fifnyfmne Junior Achievement Gf1RFI1iLD SENIOR SERVICE 1'11'f1 11111. 1111 111 1'11j111: 1111111 .X11l1111'11, 1111351 XY111111, 11111111 13111111111 111111 ,'11111'11'11 .11'11, 1f11:11111'111 C,1111:11111'11. .X111111 U111111, .X11111 11111111'1'1111' C111111, 1111.11'1111 A1111111, .N111111111 .XI1'111'111' 311111111 1'1111'. 1111 111 113111: 311. 5. C1 U-1'11'1' 11111121 ,1f11111.1111'1, .X11111 171 ,X11111 X 1111111 A111'11, 1311111111-1' XX'1111111'11, 1.1111 15111'11u11, 156111111111 B1'1'r1'. E1111111 151'1'1'f. H111 11, 13. 1411111111 fQ11'1.1 1.1111111111 1 T111111 141111. 1111 111 1'1g111: A111111 Frc11111111111'1, F1111 E11111111, 1f11.1111'x XXVITTI, 1P1'111'1g1' ,1111111'11111, lJ.111' 131111111111 1111111 H111'11'1'11, v1.11111'1 lP11'j11'1111'11'1l11, 1411111111 151111115 fxI1f,' s111111-111 111 1i.11'111'111 H1111 511111111 111111 f1'1'1s .1 111's11'1' 111 1111 Q111111't11111g 1111' 1115 s111111111 111.11' 111.11111 .1111111111111111 1111' 111c11111111'f111p III 11.11'111'111 5111'1'1111 11.11'111'111 51115 V111 11 1111' 111'g.1111:.1111111 111 11111511 11111111115 111 11111' sc1111111 111111 .111 11.1r111'111.11111:, 111 t111' 1111111111 111' 1111' 111111111 111 11111 cxtcnt 111.11 t111'1' s111111' 111c111Q1'11'1'x .111111 111 11511 1'1'4p1111s11111111' XK'lSL'1Q' .11111 11111, I1 15 1'1111s1111'r1'11 111'g1'ss.1ry 111 QL 111'1111111'.11'1' 111.11 y111111g 1111111111 111' N -111111 1lIl 1111y1111'11111111' 111 g.1111 11111111111 111111 g11111.111c1', 111 11111111111 1111' 11.111115 111 ll1l1l.l 1111, 111 .ISNLIIIIIIILL 1'1'sp1111111111111', 111 SL'11'1'11llIf111, 111 r1'11111111111'. 111 1-1111p1'1'.1111111, 111 1'11111'f lusy, 111111 111 x1'1'1'11'1'. M1-111111'1w111p I4 111.11111 1113 1111011 .11 1111 01111 111' 1.1111 s1'1111'st1'1' 1111111 11111s1' s1111l1'111f 111111 11171511 I111' 1111'111111'1'411111. T1111f1' 111111111111 1111'111111'r5 111111 11.111 c.1r1'11'11 l111'11' 511111111 1111111 s.1t1.41'.11'111r1l1', 11.1111 1111111 .11 11'.1st Ui 1111'r11S, QIIIL1 111'1' 1'111'111111111'11111'11 .15 111'p1'1111.11111' 1111:-:11s 111' 1111111 1111111111 11'.111111'1', 111.111 111 1111ys11111 0111151111011 111'p.11'11111'111, surviuc 1'11111f 1111ss111111'1', f1'1'1'11'1' s111111x111', 1'11'11fpr1111'111.11, 111111 p1'11111p.11, T111' 11'11rk 111' 11111' 511111111 11111111 11111 111' 1'.11'1A11'11 1111 x.111s1111'111r11y 11'1t111111t 11111 11111111' 111111ls 111- s1'1'1'111' 11111111 s1'1'1'11'1' t11111'11ts 1'1'11111'1'. S1111 JUNIOR GARFIELD SERVICE First row, left to right: Ella Petroff, Rosie Virarnontez, Georgia Mae Russell, Lee Denenliolz, Sylvia Friedman, Dorozliy Malone, jean Henderson. Second row, left to right: Seymore Swartz, Marjorie Gould, Bloornie Sliarrnon, Flor' ence Holden, Vivian Moore, Grace Clark, Stanley Swiatelq. Third row, left to right: Mr. Fellows, Warren Tliornpson, Cecil L'L1ljl'lLl'ff', Leonard Moran, Arthur Wardle, Edward Cabrara, Miss Reiterman. The junior Garfield Service is sponsored hy Miss Reiterinzin and Mr. Fellows. It is one of the most zietive organizations in the school, and its various committees help to curry on the work of the student body organization. These duties range from complete charge of the grounds at noon, to charge of halls in building UC" during school hours, and ushering in the hallcony during the school programs. Bitter his life who lives for self alone Poor would lie be with riches and a throne, But friendship doubles all we are and own. HENRY VAN DYKE Sixtyfone SENIOR GIRLS' LEAGUE First 1'11xx', 1111 111 l'l311II A111111 Dc11c1111111:, 171151111 KX'11:, M111'1111'11' 1.111511 R11111 Spuk B111111111' P1111111x, F1'.11111'w 131111, T11c1111 511111115 1717111 K11111111, 1l11.v1' 151133111 H1111 C11c1'111'.x, 5111111 111111.11111 Q . , .1Uc111111 r11xx', 11'11 111 1'1311l: C111111Ax'1c XX aux, D111'111111:11 571lll11. L11 YU1111' 1711111111-1, 15511 11111 l5c1'1wx', L1111111111' H11111, Gc1'11'1111c 111111'11111.s1111, K11113' D1 NUI11, 1.1115 17111111 F1111'1'111'1' l.1'111111111, H1'1'1'11 1'1'u11111111, .N'11xv 1111111 C C111111111111, 1I111111.x111' T11Il'x1 1'11w, 1111.1 111 113111: 11111 5111111 .'11111'11' I3c111c11, E111111 'T1'111'1'1', 1711111111 EIIQU1, R1'111'1' H111'11,x, A11311' Cf1'1111'11, 1i1'111.111 811111, H1'1'11z.11111111111 lJ111'.111, I111111111111 G1111:,.111'.1. X'1'1'.L 1.11113 1511111111 1'11xx', 11'i'1 111 l'lQ11lI Cf11111c1'1111' ll1111'11'. QL11111 11111121 C.11111'11111' 1.111133 1111111 K1'11113g, 71110111111 K.1111'11.111'111, 11111111115 fX1:.11111, D111'.1111y 1311111'11, If1l11'1 l,.11w1111, M11111' 1.111111 131-1111 XX'1'11.1111.x1, 11.1:1'1 111211. T110 50111111 f1ll'1N. 1.1'.13111' 11 11111' 111 1111' 1.11'31'f1 .11111 1111141 .11.'l1x'1' 111'3.1111:.1111111f 111 U.11'1'11'111 H1311 311111111 l1N111111'1'1 15111 1111'1111'1' I111' 11111'1'cf1 111 51111.11 111111. 111.1111-11111'.131' and s11111111,111' III 1111' Q1I'1N 1,x'f1HlQr 111' t11c1111s111p, s11rx'1q1'. .11111 111y.111x S111111' 111 1111' 1111151 11111111111111 .1c11N'1111'N 111 L111' Lc,13111' 111111'1'1'11 1x1'11.11'1' xx111'11 111111 .ls I111' C111'1s1111.1N 1111111'11111111111x A1 Cf111'1s1111.14 111119 .111 1111' 311'1s 1'1111p1'1'.111' .11111 .1w1x1 111 1111' 5111111111111 .11111 111s11'11111l11111 111 l111' ff111'1N1111.1f Ql1AlS T11111' s11111'1'x'1X1' .114,1 I111' f.l1IIlIllll11l1Y i.1lkNl 1E11Il1I'11'l11l1'IlN 1'lC11 YUII' At 11111 1113111111113 111 1'x1'1A1' 11'1'111. xx'111'11 111'xx 311'1s 1'1111'1' I111' 1111111111 11111 11'.131111 111115 111 .1n111111.111113 11111111. .11111 111 111'11c1' 111 111.11Q1' 111c111 11'L'1 xx1'11'111111'. ll 31x'1'f 11.11'l11'x 1111111113 1111' 31111 111 .1111-1111 SXKZX 11111 BOYS' LEAGUE HE present Boys' League organization first originated in the Los Angeles Puhlie Schools in 1912. The League is really an outgrowth of the old Triangle Cluh of the Y.M.C,A. Mr. A, Ra Pett , astor of the First Ba tist church of Philadel hia, was or' Y Y P P P ganizer and the principal leader. His activities were semifreligious, and he strove to brin the hoys more closel to rether. After a few ears, the nature of the cluh H Y f-, Y changed until it functions in a social manner only. The original functions of the league are now executed hy the HifY Club. The Boys' League of Garfield High School was organized at the request of the hoys under the leadership of Kenneth Bicksler and Fred Hilker. Kenneth Bicksler was head of the organization committee. Fred Hilker, a memher of the committee, later hecame the league's first president, The activities of the League deal mostly with prohlems pertaining to hoys and the hringing together of hoys. Following are the present officers under the sponsorship of Mr. johnson and Mr. Adamson: SNNLEY Voirr . President FRED Evriczie . Vice President KENNETH IRVING Secremryffveasurer A Friend is worth all the lwzmds we can -run. Youxo Sixiyfzhrec VJORLD FRIENDSHIP CLUB HE Wlm1'lll Fruumlslup Cluh was 17I'gllI'lIZCLl un Oczulwr ZZ, 1928 XK'lfll Mr. R. l'ctc1'so11 .ms fpnnsmi This Qauuc .mlwuut .ls zu V0lllIltllI'y cxprcsnuu on thc put ul flfl uppcr kllX'lrlUI1 smullvnrs who were lntcrcstcd Ill thc funtiulmmm' of world pu.1cu, thc pm111ut1u11 ul lI'lUllklNl1lP, thc fnstrrlng ol' sufml l-muxx'lulgu, .lml the flunly ol' lu lvru.1ticm.1l pruhlrrlms. A culxstitlltiml was klI'LlNVI1 up hy thu llrst PI'L'flklCIll .mul .uluplul hy thc clulr Thu cluh hm lWCCOINC gllllilmlcnl wllh thu Lm Auuclu l4UklCI'.lllUl1 of XVurlLl FI'lx'lMlSl1lP Clulws. Tllrouglm thu yan' thc IWTIHQIZIIXIS l1.1x'v lwrn ui' il xulrlul lm' lur-3. All lmvu lmkl .ls thuu' cumml tlwmc tha' pmnuwlum ul xvurlnl tmcudslmlp .mul mu-Ill pmlrc, XX' A' U Rlwlll 5I'IiIilx Um' VvlRINKl.l, l7L'xN1u lNllI,I,l'R Muuzlx MQC1 lun' V111zxxLu1u,l. CJFFICIERS S 'IU Pruxulum l,Xl'l, Ll1lNli9 lxL Vlucfllwxxmlwll l-l'm'lI,l,l-, lVl1'fll'Rl1Y Zml Vuufl'ru.s1llm11 lll'RN.Xlil1lVllfliRS'IkI'.N SL-lrurury Iuxl x I.nr'r-1,111 Truuxurur SY! vm 1'lxl'IfRliVill IM PRESSIONS liv M-ulcz.-xR1i'I' flkll-LH VII SXX'.lylllLf llmlcrm, Cuulxng lwrurzus, Slglllllg music, Y.1pp1r1g slcuvc dugs Slmntung. Mdrhlu wlumns, F.ull-d llllllfy Lum-ly Alxxnlys, llorgculzs rums Rmnu. Dununy INllSlC. Dmwsy vxulturs, liluu'lNl4uCli luulvclls Silvfr aprmklcd Vvmcc. Cavcllcros, KTTIIIISOII sglshcs, Triclalmg fuuxltuins, lJQlIlClI1g,S1llglIlg f Mildfld. lllhlflllg lunar. Sllfllf :Arm-ls. CYITCIWIIIQ I'L'pIllL'S, BCJIIIIQ 10111-IUIN Al-I'lk'.l. Uluwnug colors, joyous music, Slunlng lWI'lQlll llghts, K.1la1iLlusuop1c Y, '. l .mm Ru.u'mg traffic, Towhng buildings, Shoutmg vmcus, Evcr muvmg Now York. G1-mln ocean, Wllldlllg' highways, Golden Sunslxmc, Snowfulppcd mountains Cilllfliflllil. Sixzyffour 2 World i 1 Sixay-five FIRE BRIGADE F1111 1'11xx', 11'11 111 1'1g111: R1111111 H1'1111, 1'r111111,1 H lx1111'11111x, l.11111111'1' 511I11L'7', C111111111' 1-111113 1.111511 P1111u1'.s1111, 1.111111 B1311111, D1111 .XI111111'11 511111111 l'17XX'. 1111 111 1'1g111g ff, Qjllldj 111111111111 lf.111sr1111, 11111111 7x11111z1, Guy XX'1'1111111'1 XX'111t1'1 HML1111111, R1111c1'1 C11xt1'11, T11111 KI1N1111Ax', 111111121 I'I11g11. T1lll'k1 1'111x', 1111 111 1'1g111: K1111 H.111111'11, j11111111 Xc.11'1, 1.511 111111, 1111111511 'X11111111 1 . 111111111 I5111'gc1', N1111111111 1Xl111111'y, Sp1111x111', M11 C111'111'11. F11111111 1'11xx'. 11'1Att111'1gl11: Hsrgc .Xf11111111'.111, 1115 NI1111111, C1,11z1111 llyggw, Cfl1111'1c.1 NX'1'c11, X11111111'y'11 1111111 1f1111'j' 1l11w.11'1 l71'11'. A1111111g 11111 11111141 .11111 11111.41 111111.11110 111'g.1111:.1111111 111 1111' 11.11'111'111 H1211 511111111 lr 111,11 111 T111' I'lI'1' 131'1g.1111'. T1111 131'1g.1111' 1111.111 11s 1111111 111 11221 111111111 11111 x111111f111s111p 111 N111 If L, C111111'11 T111' 1111t11'N 111 1111' 111'g.1111:.1111111 11r1' 11x1'r1111111 111111111' 1111' 1111'1'1'1 112111 1-1x111p 111 11111 l111yf, 11 1111111111 111g11 111111111 111111'1 .1111l .1 511111111 111211 5111111111 11111-1 T111's1' 1111s1t11111f .111 111111 III 111211 1f1111'111 111' .111 11111-1 111 11111 .NQ1111111 111111 1111111 1111'11111,1l1' 111:1111g11 111 1'1'1'1'1x'1' 11111111 .11'1' 1111111111 11111111 .15 11111113 11111111 111111111111 111111111111 lifp1'1'1111 .lllkl ,11111.111 111114111 xx'1'1'1' 111111111' 1111111 1111' 11119 21? .II111 1N'1.11111x'1'11 1.111111 .11111 1l11fN1'1 131'1'1' w1'1'1' Q1'111111' 1'1111'1s T111' 1111 111'1g.1111' 111111111115 .11111 s11111'1'x1f1'N .111 1111 111'111S XX11111 11111 111'.11'11' 1'1111t11'1'.1 111111111 1111' sl11111'111 1111111' 11 11.11 4111'1'1'1'11111 111 n11'.11'111g I111' 111111111111 111 11111' 1111111111' 1xx'1'111y 11111111115 T111' 111114 11.1111 .1f 1111111 1111111111 'Q1111 111111111111 1111 1.111'111g 1111.15 111 1111' 1111 N," .5 1 , 11 S1X1X .XIX I z Q , U 1' I 1 Oratorical Contestants 'First Aid Club Tennis Club Ticket Squad Lunch Line Guards Noon Boundarylldne 'SEUCY1 CLAVIS CLUB Motto: Open Sesame Officers: President, Alina Sh.1w1 vieefpresident, Ruse Hugging SUCI'1'l.1l'y, Ceeili.1 Hlll'llk'l', The purpose of the Cl.1vls Clnlw is to develop llll interest 111 lib1'11r1.1nsl1ip .1s .1 x'11e11ti11n Qlllal .1 love for books .1nd reading .ls .in a1vue11tiun. CHEER LliADL'QllS' CLUIT Charter Members President lneritus, Clyde T1x1wng president, Hilnm Pipkinz vieefpresident, Albert Friedlzmder: seeretairyftre.1s111'e1', Robert Biggs: direetor, Melvin Roberts: direetnr Eugene Myers: sp1rns1n', Mr. Suffield. TH li K ERSEY CLUB The Kersey Clnlw, so n.11ned in lionimr of Mr. Vierling Kelsey. State Superni' tendent of Puhlie Ii1str11etmn, is limited in nienibership to students whu are inainring in euinniereigil work 11nd who 11i'e meinbers of the Hunur Society. Offieers: WY9 President, Msrguerite 'luyeeg viee-president. lgflllilli Berry: see' retary, Elizabeth Denringg treasurer, Bl.1nehe Long. S29 President, Bl.1s Y. Velurde: vice-president, Ethel -Inliiisun: seeretatry, Elsie vlulinsong sponsor. Miss Porter. TH E GO1NGfTOfCOLI.EG E CLI VB The Coil1gftofC11llege Club is Q1 new elub 11t Garfield High S1-liwl this ye.1r, lt is organized to prnmnte the Interests of students who plan tu go to eullege. Member- ship is voluntary and open to students of grade B9 illltl above. The Club meets regularly onee L1 month and has other meetings subieet to eiill. Mr. Ingalls is sponsor. It is the hope of the members :nf the Club that through these meetings Il better understanding of eollege entrsinee requirements illltl the value nf enllege tmingine may be developed. THE BUSINESS CLUB The Business Club of Garfield High Sehool is an orgzinizattion of students from the Com1nerei11l Depumnent with nu grade lower than Offieers: W'29 president, Martha Kirehgesslerg vieefpresident, LSlVCfllC Cer' rold: seeretary, Elizabeth Fink, treasurer, Blanehe Lung. S'29 president, Nadine Chztrtnilz viee-president, La1Verne Cerruldg seeretury, Annie Herrera: treasurer, Alice Mirz1nda1g sponsur, Miss l,.lllllIlC E. Herring. Sixty-eight Z ' Q -5 1,21 , ' A X, l '- Fy.,Lfg.If,lIWII lE,5 !i all - A H 7255155 fivgr l l - T -W fm-aw..-Q 6 1 , ' 'K l I 'I s Xl 1- L Y A au- 1, -,lli f-Q 5.1921 f-': ,Jef Q 3, f-l3'?ef"5igf I .,Nf.4,,- ,r -A, V- ,. .,,. .l . , . , '. -f-., ' A .' -' .4 J' . k",rY X-wif", g'5r.l,',-QV Clavis Club Going to College Club F1 1? . YellLeaEiers'Clulo Kersey Club Business Club iv SENIOR SAFETY PATROL The Senior Safety Patrol was organized in September of 1928, under the sponf sorship of Mr. Oyler. This organization is a part of the Garlield Service. The Safety Patrol regulates traffic in the halls at noon and in front of thc school. JUNIOR LYSH ER SQUAD The Junior Usher Squad has charge of the seating in the halcony of the audi' torium at all assemhlies during hoth the afteroon and evening performances. It is a hranch of the Service and is sponsored hy Mr. Fellows. JUNIOR SAFETY PATROL The purpose of the Junior Safety Patrol is to regulate the hall traffic. Mr. G. W. Earl is sponsor. Rohert Strand was president for XVY9, and Cecil Zachary was president for S'29 term. SENIOR USHERETTES The Senior Usherettes greet the guests, direct them to their seats, and. hand out programs at the evening entertainments. There are thirteen memhers under the sponsf orship of Mr. Oyler. Velma Allen is chairman, THE ETIQU ETTE CLUB The Etiquette Cluh studies the customs and manners of foreign countries as well as those accepted here, It hopes to have a party soon in order to illustrate and em' phasize certain points which have heen discussed. Miss Alice Reiterman is sponsor. THE SHORTHAND CLUB The Shorthand Cluh was organized in Fehruary and is limited to A12 shorthand students. Meetings are held every two weeks at which time papers are given upon assigned suhjects and word forms are discussed. Also advanced and former short' hand students tell of their experiencees in the Business Wiirld. Miss Pauline E. Herring is sponsor. JUNIOR GIRLS' LEAGUE The purpose of the Junior Girls' League is to promote friendship and coopera' tion among the junior girls. Miss L. Dyer and Miss C. M. Sosa are sponsors. Gladys Taylor was president the first semester, and Dorothiel Strain was president the second semester. JUNIOR LIBRARY CLUB Officers: president, Evelyn XVit:p vieefpresident, Winifred Lloyg secretary, Jean Richards. The Cluh was organized in January 1929 under the sponsorship of Miss Doughty. Seventy Safety QU :iii ir 1 fl!-if! A u fifwie fi gi k ' IV' ' X , lv ,. vv f , 1 Etiquetfze Jumor G1r1S League entyfo V 'QUI Uf i Senior Ushers Shorthand Junior Library World fairs reflect interest in fine arts SENIOR ORCHESTRA Flrst ww, Ictl tu Vllllll Uvulc fgllly. Allru Slllllll, L.lLlI'.l IJuul.np, livvlyu S.1dlcr. Uludys X'1ur11.14tc1', lgC.llI'lfU Ulsuu, .Lumct MLlCI,lTIlflld, JKXSCIWIHIIIL' Kdyl, Hmm BUI'QlIll.ll1. Summl nm, lvfl In YIQIIII ,Ink Llcxxcllyu, Mr. lyuwcll, rl.lI'I'y Downs, l..1xu'rm'u Hum' lH'I'FlUIlL', AlLl.lIl1f.l lh1'lu'1', l3l.1m-Imp liullrr, Hurlrudv XVr11qum, Lllklllh' Imullflm, kI.uucs I51rt'IAQ11xx'1ur'tIm, ilcurgu l31'uxx'11. Margucritc Muuwu, CILLYIUII Rlgfy Thuxl ruxv, lv!! tu rxglmlj iflxummlm Cf.1lLlxxx'H. Hxlrtlcl Lvwls, INI'.ln'l L.lslxy, KTLIXUFIY ML'M.1l111, .Iuhu M.luuI.1, Pxllwrl I':l'lULH.ll1dCI', Clmrlcs Simpson, llurduu Pupc, l'.aul ML'fXIf'l'Lx3 l"uu1'Ll1 ruxxp llfvl lu rlglxlz Flwd U1'.11clu'x1, M.muuL'l Aguxlnr, l7uu.1ld Chrlstliclw, Alfrcnl Bustlllus. vVVlH1.lll1 Lcwlf, klusslv Curvautcs, Will1:1r1x Tru1.u1u, Arthur Szuulur' sun, F1111 XXVUXIIIUIIIII Tlxc suulm' OI'Cl1UbII'.l uudcr thc gllwlc ICALICISIHIF uf Mr. Powcll has prugrusscd m.1' tcrnllly tmx'.1r'Ll .1 gmml ut' quup-:r.1t1vc muslcqll pcrfcctiuu. Thc PI'.lL'llCk' and 1ustruut1uu ulwtgzllwd lu Ihr 0l'ClM'SlI'.l lms gwcu Lu us pupils vallugnlwlc k'XpCl'lk'I1A'L'. Tllc U.u't'1vlkl UI'Cl1CbII'.l pluyf qu must uf thc sclmul qlssuluhll-ss and :ull cvcxuug L'IllL'I'l.lII1I1lL'l1IS SCl7U'I1ly'fUlAT THE GARFIELD BAND First row, left to right: Francis Kowallis, Fred Vxfeymouth, Chris Kitching, Sylvia Friedman, janet MacDonald, Doris Hurst, Gladys Viemaster, George Brown, Alf treo Bustillos, Hixon Boranian, Lloyd Patterson. Second row, left to right: Fred Craichen, jefferson jorgenson, Williziiii Troiano. Raymond Rahiola, Israel Lasky, Charles Markin, William Lewis, Arthur San' derson, Rohert Strand, Ovide Gray. Third row, left to right: Mr. Powell, john Smith, Kenneth Lagro, Paul McAlfrey, joe McAlfrey, Gordon Pope, Clayton Riggs, Edgar Rogers, jesse Cervantes. Fourth row, left to right: Ray Anderson, Alfred Galnhoa, james Dieffenwierth, Gil' hert Rogers. Donald Christlieh, Ralph Wilsiili, Dan Barnett, -lack Llewellyn. The james A. Garfield High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Walter Gran Powell, distinguished itself early last fall hy its spectacular marching and good playing at the foothall games, The following semester was devoted almost entirely to concert playing, with the exception of one day each week, taken for marching practice. The ohject of the Band is to furnish entertainment to the school and to give practical experience to the Band students. The Band played a few selections at the ground hreaking ceremonies of the Samson Tire Factory and also at the Community Health Center opening, reception, and concert. Seventy-five 'Ilm Pl! SENIOR GIRLS' CILEE CLUB fum nm, Ir!! In rxglllg Rulw I'11'IIx. Tv1.ulfIyn Iln:111pfm1. vlulm Luxtxmvr. Alllllu H.u'wy Uvlrlm l.L'XX'II1, lmlf lwltkun, 1'.I11r1.-,iw llkulvkllwmllll-L-A ,ImyI'l1111v fjnlxy-lx 12,,v1l1m' lm Pflllllll, Ruth SINIIII, YVUIIIIL' IvIqlfu1'1111uk. wud ruw. lrfrl lu rxglxr, Bc,1l1'14v f"r1cdI.1mlvr. LLICIHV Luxxxf, Sum Nl.mu IV11,'Inl1llx.lX'll H411 1511111-. Muy LW MfM.1l1wl1. Ruff Txplllfky. M.11'1u1'1r Tl1L'1xL'l'. - v l'zu'mn, Ruth Imrtlx-wL1sL', Amt.: film, Luulllc Twin L1 X crm 1111 ww. lufl rw IAIQIIII Ruth Ls1r'c111.n, lil.1dyx flu, Mamwrmc l.x'll1,fXll1l.l Slunxxg Bxrdn SGIKILIUII, I"IUl'L'Ihx' RUl'j'.lll, Lurmc fxcllh, Qlllmul l3.lrfu'r, TX'1.ll'Q' cihllllfy. l.lll'l'.l1llk' Hun urtll nm, I.-in lu Vlglllf Holm Mlrclmull. l5vnl1'1gu l'.11'1ul.e. Iknlllrxmln' lir1mllw.ug, An QCIIIM' C.Vml'y. H1lJ.1 l'l1Il1x1g1w11, Cqmul -lnkwrw, XxXlIlIHf1'A'xI fmtiuy. M,4lm'I filllgll, M.lr'1v H.lllr1WI1. f:x'l'll'llklx' llulu. Ulflflfflflb? FUR THIf Ylf,-XR WIS l"2'J lMw1Jw1z . -In IIX l.1-llxl-.R YM' P?'C.N1LfL'71I HH wx Fl IIINMIIIN Suifqzwy R1 in SMIIII Tmfmm . . . . Mum, Hxxsr x I.1Ivmrmm . RVVH L1HIliUl'SI-, El,Xl,XSl- Qluunl-xsll Rl SmxL1lClI1.u,n1.m . . Ywvxxr fV1fffi41RYx1Il'k S C'l'C'llIX'X1X' SENIOR BOYS' CLEE CLUB First row, left to right: Robert Douglass, Fred Eppieh, Dave Mahler, Marvin Tlirondf son, Earl Hall, Earl Irving, George jameson, Harry Paul, Paul MeAlfrey, Henry Sohlwe, Second row, left to right: Clyde Tison, Raymond Luna, Max Offenlaerg, Paul Mitch, jerry Shinkwin, Wialter Hartman, Sam Butt, Dan Barnett, Paul jones, Miss Ingalls. Third row, left to right: Thomas Kupferer, William Norlwerg, Reggie Crawley, john Higgins, Karl Harmen, Gilbert Moreno, George Kurutz, Ernest Casale, Harold Hayes, Lawrence Atkinson, joe McAlfrey. The Club sang for the Student Body on various occasions during tlie year, and OFFICERS FOR 'THE YEAR 19284929 President . . LAWRENCE Aricmsoiw Vice President . I'IARlJLD I'I.-KYE5 Seerew,ryf'l'reasu're'r . THOMAS KIJPFERER Lzbmrzans . CLYDE 'TisoN, EARL H.-XLL AL-comptmisr . . PAUL jomas Sponsor . ETHEL G. ING.-XLLS Seventy-seven JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB HE junior Cirls' Glee Club is eomposed of girls from grades seven to nine in' elusive. It gives students who like to sing special training in pamsinging and interpretation, The Clulw sang for tlie Student Body on various oeeasions during the year. and assisted at lwotli aeliieveinent demonstrations. W'ZS M-ink SHM.xieoH-' DIIRTHIEL Sraxm I-iFORGI.'X M.-ui RllSSIfI.I. Bieoomni Sii.xaMoN Mfxiuow TVRNHR Doaorm' SHII'LIiY OFFICERS President Vieefprexxdent Secretary Treasurer Lil'7m'rian Axsr Lilurumm Spmixor, Mas. Frm' H. Bowina S29 VIX'I.'XN Mooiui DUR'I'IiIIiL S'rR.ux B.-wir V.xN Dvxia Graoma-x M,-ui RirssuLL Iboaoinv Loaazms MARK SIIM'XKlJI'I" THE JUNIOR ORCHESTRA The junior Oreliestra is progressing splendidly under tlie direetion of Hixon Boranian, a student leader, and Mr Powell, the sponsor Il plays at all junior Assenilalies. MEMBERS Violin: I'eter Aeosta. ,Iuanita Beeker, klaek Cleveland, Kennetli Hill, Loraine Hilton. Natlian Ivlassion, Ilgisto Monare, Lucio Nava, Edgar Rogers. Frank Surei, Vu' guna Seward, Melvin Tetro, Adelaide Vieinaster Drums: Anna Dorman, Norman Manley, Corners: Russell Dere, Sylvia Friedman, Charles Marlon, String Basses: Frances Kowallis String, Ralph Wilsrmri Tuba, I-ladys Taylor Clarinets: jefferson -lorgenson, llliillip Vvielwer. Piano: Murrine Sowly. Bells: Roy Davey. Cello: Bessie Korn. Viola: Howard Donaldson. Director: HIXIIII Boranian. JUNIOR BOYS' GLEE CLUB The junior' Boys' Clue Clulv Iias a niemlversliip of tliirtyfnine lwoys eliosen from grades seven, eight. and nine. W'ZS Eiwrisi' Karl Crain. Auasox Ronigar B,'xRRi' Hfxaoro Monia-ii' Fiufn H.-xui Gicokmai S.xi,ni OFFICERS Prexzdcm Viecfprcxxdent Scerctury Treu..mrcr Lilrmxrmn Asst Lzlrrarum S'Z'1 ERN:-.sr KITZ Curr Tiioryn-sow R.II.I'II Coox Li Roy SI'IiUI4IIiI.I+ RoisifR'1' TRL'I'r'i' Aiwrira Hl'Minaas'i'oNi5 Lil' Rox' Senor-'ll-21.11. ALI-ruin IMY, Faian H.-xui. Capzamx Sponsor, Mas. Froy H. Bowan Sfuentyfexglit . I Junior Orchestra Scvemyfnine J "PEG U' MY HEART" ELI U' MY HEARTM ww PI'CrL'l1lL'kI IW tlw class of' Vv"29, Nox'cmIwr IZ .md 13 Lmdcr tI1v LIIITCIIUII of IVI11, Lom I5. SutIu'rIgmd. Nh-.w. C.I11II1us1uf AIIUII, IIN mn Ezlwl, Ilcr AIIIItgIIlCT lI1Y1'1.x, zl1cImlIc1 M12 Brent . Peg U'CowmcI NIV Hulvlqm, I1 Idzvyur Sw GemIII IXKILIIT . Bumlctt, the nmld Susmz, 41 I1ouxcmuuI . Bcuxmz, I1 Izouxcmun The cmirc .ICIIUII mkcs CIIICIICSILIY, Act I In thu morning. TH Ii CAST SYNOPSIS XIIIUQINIX IJHIIIIYITI' , . ISI! L K.xR1,1s1,l-. IvIx1u:xsu 1- K1,lxo1.lim-,mp MA14114 H XI.IlI'RIk I'QI:NNI"'I'II Kim' . HxRoI.lw j111.sox Mmm I',RIII4 -Iowr. Rlllll-IRIN Momx . I.I',S'I'IiF, Exx'.xR'l Ill-Rsox Rl-x'No1,m , I.R.-wi: S'ro1f1.1. . Cfxkmral. Llxmg H.-xuouw VVIRIHIIT plum III thc IIVIIIQ room of thc qoumry Imomc of Mrs, Act II In tIac CVCIIIIIQ. our month I.m'1'. TIN curmin drops for Il fcw wuonds Iwtwccn fucnvs I .md 2 of tI11s glut to 1r1d1u.1tc .1 I-sw Ixoursi p.1ss.1gu oi' IIIIIC. Act III. TIN ncxt morning. Mum' Ivy Scmor UrqI1cstraa diructcd Ivy Mr, I'oxx'c Harold Rwsun BcrtFz1Iuoucr . .lguncs Vv'4lItcr Elwood I'rvmI1 Bcruurd XAIIIIUJITS Gordon Vv'1II1.1ms . Fred Yost . Idrls IJIoyLI STAU E STA FF STAK 3 E ART CREW' Stags .Vfmlugcr . Stage Elm trmml A.Y.Yl.iILI?II liIulv'1I1I111 . Smgc Smgc Sings Sldgf Sldgc Lxaum I3ons.u't, Fmlmrvs Gordon, IVILll'lC.l McCurdy, Clifford I3oIwsonA I5cIpI1.1 BQIIWCI' I Ijropx Pvops IITIIIWN Prupx Ilrnfwx fxglzrx W 29 Class 'Q wr Eightyfune W'29 "THE TAILCR MADE MAN" HE S"l9 class play, "The Tailor Made Man," was presented March '21 and ZZ under the Llireetion of Mrs. Lora Sutherland, CAST In order of their first appearance A. Huber, a jewish tailor . Peter McConIgIe, his assistant Mr. Rowlands, a newspaperman . Dr. Sonntag, a scholar . . Tanya Huber . . Iohn Paul Bart . Pomeroy, a valet . . Mr. Stanlaw, a Millionaire Mrs. Stanlaw . . , Corinne Stanlaw , . Bobby Westlake . I Mr. Fleming . Mrs. Allison . Mr. Carroll . Mrs, Ogden . Mr. Ogden . . . I the Viscornte David . . I Captain Mayfield . . Mrs, Mayfield . . Nadine Chartniz . , . Rose Teplitslgy .... Mrs. Kitty Dupuy, a dworeee . Bessie, her daughter . Mr. jellieot, a yaehtsman . . Abraham Nathan, a finaneiere Mr. Xk'7IIlIL'l717ll?6, dzret-tor in corporation . Mrs. WI1iIL'l1mbC . . Frederick, their son . W'aiter .... W'lIeating, LI butler , lkliss Shayne, a stenographer . G uests :It . I I I I . I ' Reception I . I I A I . I . I , Grayson, a seeretary . Pianist ..,. . . Mr. Russell . . I . Mr, Flynn I I..illNlII' I . Mr. Cain I Delegates I . MUSIC uneler the LIlI'L'CIlUl'l of Mr. Powell. IneInlent4II IIIUSIC lwy Vliilltltllllll clI'Cl'lCSII'il. - Overture IIIILI Iwetween nets Ivy Garfield UrelIestr.I. I'IaIrIIIoIIIeII Duet: Hillnn Pipkin :Ind Gene MeVv'iIlizuns. . ALBER'F Muni WILLIAM ORTGIER . CLYDE TISON . EARL IRVINI: L.AIVERNE GEROLII , PAUL MCALFREY . GEORGE MAY MARVIN THIIRNIISIIN ELIZABETH CAMPIIELL MARIURIE TUCILER PAUL BURWELL GABRIEL CANTANII MARIE KLITGAARII CLIIIFURII VVIALTERS LAURA DUNI..-XI' I'I."xRRY PAUL DAVID MAHLER K.-'IRL HARMEN AMIIIIR WIL.RINs IYIAIWINIZ CHARTNIZ Rusk TEIILITSRY . VERN.-K LIARLI4 . Gl..'XIJYfIli WIIiSli . joHN SMITH j.IxMIas DIuIfIfI:NwIERTII . DUANI4: MILLER RUBY Vv'III5Lc:HIeL CUNRAII SCH-'XTZ . GIZRIJLII CONR.-XII Glillllllli j.rxsIIisox M.xRc:ARI2'r PRIIiI-. . jour: STR.-KN!! . l'IIYI.LIs WITZ E.-IRL QI.-xc:I-QLIN CI..-xI"I'IIN Ruins KIRI. HARsIIsN ART STAFF under the LIIFCCIIUII of Miss I'Iz1ywo0Ll: HIILIII Fullingtnn, FI'2lI1CISclOI'k.IUI1, May Hunt, Wll1I1II'FCd Kowallis, Irene Parsons, Vsfynneth Pnvitt, Phillip WeIIeI', Iolal WlIeelIeI. ADVERTISING, IJJIYILI MzIIIleI', Earl Hull. Eightyftwo u...-.,, , Exghlyfthree -.f ...v --- Y J S Class 'Play "THE SINGER OF NAPLESM HE Singcr of N.1plcf w.1s prcsvntcnl May 24 lwy tllc C4lI11lWlIlCLl glcu clnlvs nndcr Llmu gcmml Llmruqtion ol' Miss Ethcl U, Ingalls. CAST Guxscppl, Nfupnr mlomn of Cmmtexx of T7'I.XIId7I7ll.Y estates HENRY Svkllilili Humor, xlrccz .mzgur . , . . . Il XRHLI5 HAYES Uzczalo Nlusxxmlx, Nluolrlfs foster .srm . SXM BlI'I"I' . . . . -Ionx Mu Ik.XI..X Tumm, lu rnlnnzuw Lil Tmzunzi, , BE:X'I'Rllili l'nu'1nx .xxn Rnrn SMITH Palm Nigoln, zrzmnlguz' nj zrnupv of .Struct snlgurx , , lf.XRI. IRYIMQ Clulvrwlllz, lns llnnglzlcv' . . Rl"I'll l,oIf'I'l!oL'Sli Tumlnm, frlcml of lln' cjlllL7llCS.S Sum BIANI' lVllI'fIlI41KIW.X Mm'gm'1tl1, frxmnl nf llzu Connlcvs . M NRI!-, HxNSoN 511110, Twrlnmlv rnxnm . . MARVIN TIIRUNIWSHN Slg71U'V' FU7'IlL7hl!U, ll .lmsswrzalqur , RXYMHNI1 Ll'N.X Mlmtzm, L1 ?71l17l11UnflH7l ..., lVlXl?IiI.N N Tnuoxnsox Sigvzom Txntxwlclto, mollzur' of thc L'UH7llCSX , fH'R'l'Rl'I1l' D.-XL!! Sxgnm' Tmlnzullo, llur lmxlmnd . , lil-.olilll-Q Kl'Rl"I'Z Szgnnr Annzrn Run, .1 mn-l1cr Hnnu' Pwr Prclrn. nn mt xlrulum . Kil,olu.l- -I,xMIlzS11N Gznunxm, rm Inn Kuupur Hlxlu' Sonny-' CHURVS CAST LllXX'I'L'llCC Atlnnfon, Max Ulfcnlwcrg, .loc Mqfxlfrcy, Rolwrl Knnsy. Uillwrl Mo' runor vlolmn HIQQIIIQ. K.n'l H.1r1ncn, Rolwcrt Ilmlglxxss, Rugglr c:l'UX'x'lL'y. Vxflltrr' H.n'i' num, Hvorgc lnncson. Frcd Epplclm, lhvc M.1l1lcr, Vdlliqnn Norlwrz. -lolwn Scott. -lcrry Sl'lIl1ldlX'lll, EI'llx'4l Clmllc, Louise Fostcr, Florcncu I1l1lWI1lI1I, lV1.lI'IUI'lk' Lun:. L.1 Vcrnc Pursonf. Etllcl limv-sr, Kntllcrinc Brudlmng, Mnlwcl Cmgo, M.n'y Chcrnsy, ,Inf Qcphlnc Cowl. Lorr.nnc Hnnt, Hclcn Mitcllcll, Hilda Fnlllngton. Rntlm Lzlrcnson, Yvonnr McCormick, tllwdys Cox, Murjoric Tnckcr, Low lxlllilll, Anim Clnrli. Hallcl Ggngos, Carol jdpksnn, Rose Tcplirsky, YVinil'rcd Coffcy, Elcnmsv ll1NklP1lSflll'L', Bculf rico Fricnllnmlcr, xlulm Lcitncr, Lcnnc Kcith, Pauline Dnpcrznnlt. MilI'QllL'I'lIL' Snntlm, Unlcttc Lcwin, Alum Slmw, ,Iulm Harvey, Mary Lcc MLxM.lllllIl. Blllllx' S!-lL.lLlUIl, An' LfCllI1C Croslwy, M.ldClf'll Tlmronrlson. Spccianl ll1c.1lr-: orrlwslr.1 was sclcctcd from thc Scmor Urclwstm lwy Mr. Powfll to zmcoznpuny 4111 ulxnrns and cnscmlwlc numlwrs. ART CREVV' Plmilllp Vv'clwcr, Wy'Il1l1Ill Pavitt, Chas. WFCII, Irons Parsons. Hilda Flllllllgllill, Wirmifrcd KlJXh'lllllS, Lunrcncc Nursall, james Bonncsnr, Carmen Rwcrn, M155 Rcitcr' nun, Iolgl Wlmr-lr-lmr-I, Rolwcrl Kaufmann, Miss Haywood fdlrcctorj E1gl1tyffo1o' HHHZ8 Q The Singer of Naples " E gl L j1 ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM Music, Selections from the "Fortune Teller' '..,. Victor Herbevt CXRITHESTR.-X, directed hy MR. W. G, PowhLL Welt-ome .......,.. GUY WRINRLii Piano Trio, 'Sunrise on the Hills" ....... G. H. Nash DOROTHY Do12R1rvu A7, Ti-iran.-i JEROME A7, EYRLYN Rommx A7 Teacher, MRS. MARY A. WARNor:R The Balanced Aquarium . , . . . . by the Sfienre Depanment Ross SUTHERL.-KNIT BIO, ANNA ELLINQQER Alu, LILLIAN BARRY AIU, BoR1c:A RAIJICH AIU Music, "O'er the Summer Tide" Qfrom Lakmej - f f f Delibes "The Snow Storm" ....... james H. Rogers THE JUNIOR GIRLS, GLEE CLuR Directed hy MRS, FLOY BONVER Contributions to the Home ..... Home Econmnics Department Dresses worn hy models were made hy the girls of the clothing classes Directed hy MRS, ALIEERT.-X HRQREY Explanation.: by Run' WH1iLt1HEL A12, ALMA SACKVILLIZ Blo, Luoxu KEITH B10 Piano Solo ,.,.. Composed and played hy BL.-iNr:H12 l,.'XLL.-XIS MRS. MARY A, WARNOQR Geometric Construction ..... by Nfatliematicx Department W11,1,1.aL4 ClRTIllER All, EARL IRVING All, CHARLES WREN All, GEORGE j.-iMlasoN Ali Directed hy Miss H.AKZIfL l'l.-XRROD MUSlC,F7l671dSl1lP ,...... VJ. E. Huesclie Amiei juN1oR BoYs' ULEE CLUB Directed hy MRS. FLoY BOWIER One Act Play, hy tlic English Department "PARADISE" Scene: A Wiriter Night in a Railroad Station Dim-ted hy MRS. LHR.-X SUTllIlRI.:XNI5 "Come Klflzere the Liliex Bloom' '....... Girls' 'Trio RVTH l.,UlfTHlllTSli, C.xRoL lrxcixsox, HILIW.-X Fi'LL1Ni:'1'oN Directed hy Miss E'rHiaL 1Nf:.xLLs Band Concert: a. 'liglit Ctiiulryu Oiierture V. Siippe lv. "Suite frown the South" . . L. NiL'0fl6 l. A Legend from Lu Proveiice Z. iMI7ll7'1.Yl1 Dtmec 3. ln tllc Tuifem L. "Stars and Stripes Forever" Mavcli . . . P, Sousa Directed hy MR. VJ. G. POWELL Eighty-six Eighty-seven BLUE HAPPINESS Theres something hlue About my happiness. Blue as the lake That stretches under the trees -P Blue as the sky Before the stars come out. Blue and quiet and cool. Not crimson Like your happiness Not sparkling and excited and crimson. My hlue happiness Comes seeping in from without And Welling out From within And 1 am filled with happiness Blue and quiet and cool. 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Second row, left to right: Earl jacklin, John Isenherg, Lucille Smith, Ludine Ladish, Thelma Katzenstein, Irene Hudson, Hazel Erickson, Philip Duhin, Rohert Biggs. Mr. Adamson. Third row, left to right: Vernon Holmes, Malcolm Roberts, Paul Mitch, Harry Paul, Marvin Throndson, William Mortensen, Ralph Kaplan, Clayton Riggs, Mr. Storkan. The students of the Salesmanship course feel that they henefit greatly from the Salesmanship course. Not only do they henefit hy the knowledge of the art of sales' manship, hut their personality, speech, appearance, manner, and husiness methods are improved to a high degree. The art of straight thinking and straight talking while on one's feet is emphasized through sales talks, oral applications for johs, hiographical reports, and practice conversation. The theoretical side of salesmanship is actually put into practice hy real selling experience. Many students went to the Broadway Department Store on Broadway Day, Others took part in hat-selling contests. Obtaining advertisements from the local merchants for the school annual affords real opportunities in practicing sales- manship. Actual current prohlems arising from advertising and selling are hrought into class, and discused and remedies are suggested to solve them. An alumnus has remarked, "The selling of advertising for the annual while in school has heen the hest experience of my life." The advertising section means a great deal to the success of the annual and the students of the salesmanship classes are justifiahly proud of their contrihution to its success. Ninetyfthvee THE BANK HE hank is the center of all school finances and husiness transactions. All hank activities are under the supervision of Mr. Storkan, acting head of the Commerf cial Department. A student is appointed each semester hy the commercial head to hold the position of Commissioner of finance. Tom Richardson was commissioner for the winter semester and Frank Humherstone held the office for the summer semesf ter. Student working in the hank receive valuahle commrcial practic and training. OFFICE PRACTICE Office practice is a two period course conducted hy Miss Pauline Herring. lt is open to girls who wish to he major stenographers and secretaries. The girls do regnf lar office work and in answer from various teachers' requests they go to them and take dictation for making and printing special forms or for the purpose of letter writing. In this way they gain much practical experience. THE CAFETERIA The cafeteria, under the supervision of Mrs. Hazel Green, offers to students vo' cational training and experience. Students are taught how to select halanced diets and how to make various sand' wiches and salads. They learn how to set tahles and how to serve and have training and experience as cashiers. Mrs. Green has had in her force the past semester, thirtyfeight students under the direct management of Norma Rohinson. This group has given true Garfield service hy serving for all hanquets. STUDENTS' STORE The Students' Store has terminated another successful school term. The store clerks for this year were Alhert Muto, head clerk: Roland Wilsriii, second clerkg Conf rad Schatzg James Hunt, Carl Cooper. The manager for the winter semester was Frank Humherstone. Tom Richardson took the managers duties for the spring semester. THE CANDY STORE The Candy Store workers give service to Garfieldians hy making it their real pleasure to serve everyone with his favorite candy har. Their work is varied for they take monthly inventory and daily counter check of hars, open cases and hoxes, help select or reject supplies, do ianitoi' work when called on, and act as super salesmen, This means scramhling for a hurried lunch and rushing to fifth period classes, working at racehorse speed during rush hours. Their greatest enjoyment is seeing Garfields hank halance grow. Ninetvfonr Bank and Cafeteria Force W Nineryfjive ....-------- Y W YY vrw Y, THE MECHANICAL ARTS DEPARTMENT THE DEPARTMENT HE work in the Mechanical Arts Department is earried on hy seven men: Mr. l'alfrey, Wrvmwd Shop: Mr. Cornell and Mr. Earl, Auto Shopg Mr. Vanderhilt, Mechanical Drawingg Mr. Rogers, Prmtingg Mr, Brode General Shox Mr. Lee wer, . . . w l l Electricity and Head of the Department. The men of the department are very much pleased with the new huilding addition, and helieve that Uai'l'ield has one of the finest shops in the city. PRINTING QMr. Rogersj The huilding program of the Mechanical Arts Department made it possihle for the print shop to receive larger quarters. There is now an outsidc entrance and a much needed room for hand composition. The activities of the shop are far great' er than in the past. The school paper has heen made a regular six page issue. It is entirely hand set hy the students in the print shop, In addition to this, there has heen increased work in programs and other school printing. MECHANICAL DRAVJING QMr. Vanderhiltj Students of the Mechanical Arts Department are taught the graphical language of the industrial world through the medium ol' mechanical drawing. Mechanical drawing is the language of the industrial world and should he understood hy every one connected with industry. Mechanical drawing teaches sueh desirahle character' istics as ahility to work accurately and neatly, ahility to use various drawing instru- ments, and ahility to make drawings and hlue prints, LATHE VJORK IN AUTO SHOP QMr. Cornellj Boys taking auto shop through four semesters are given ample opportunity to develop knowledge and sl-:ill pertaining to machine shop practice. The autoniohile repair shop could not do without the lathes and the department is very glad to report that many of the students are ahle to perform very creditahly on these machines. The lathe course is open to those hoys only who have had advanced auto mechan' ies and who plan to go in lathe work after they leave school. The class does actual work for teachers and students who have cars and for the general puhlic. The lathe shop is a husy place. The hoys get all the work they can do. ' Ninetysix .4 .Ls..u.x.f4-..v..--- - ---Y,- , 1 X . r A5 Nmctyfsevm Battery Department ELECTRICITY AND AUTO ELECTRICS fMr. Leeperj Those choosing to enter one of the electrical trades are linking themselves with one of the most recent hut most important and progressive industries of the century. The channels of specialilation are so numerous, and the opportunities in the many fields so varied. that the student aspiring to a vocation in the electrical trades should make a thorough study of the fundamentals of electricity. This is the aim of the electrical classes, The course is so fundamental that graduates can quickly adapt themselves to any of the many specialized electrical activities. All of the graduates from the electrical class hold positions dealing directly with the electrical industry. Better think it over, hoys. and join one of the electrical classes. WC lUl5 SHUI' fMr. llalfreyj Vv'ood shop is open to all hoys of ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades, Each hoy is required to make a specified nuniher of pieces during the semester. These may he for his home, the school, or they may he to fill individual orders. The hoys do all the finishing and polishing of the furniture they make. The wood shop itself is a large, well lighted, well ventilated and well equipped work room. Une of the projects in the wood shop this year was to study furniture of Spanish design. This study led to the development of several pieces of very heautiful fur' niture. Furniture of early California design was made hy the hoys in advance wood work. AUTO SHOP fMr. Earlj Auto shop instruction is the Mechanical Arts Department parallels the hest trade shops as closely as possihle. NVork is done only on written 'oh orders which come through the departmental offieeg thus a complete file is always availahle rela' tive to shop activities. Classes operate under student forenien. each class having elected two foremen who alternate weekly on the job. The foreman acts as the general superintendent of the shop. A hookkeeper handles assignment cards and at' tendanee records. The hoys maintain and run a eleanfup wagon equipped with a mop rag. This is an extra precaution against greasy floors and messy equipment, ss. .Q wt 4-. v flf.f,f,UQg, , . T U. fruwiiif' E'-Jigs? L """i .gt " ' .c Ninetycxglit Electrical Shop Wood Shop Ninetyfnine blle ho v 1 ,-.L THE STAGE CREXX' ARFIELD HlQ11 5111111111 s1.1g11 1111111 11 .111 1'x11'.1 c111'1'111111.11' .11'11x'111' T1111 1111ys 111 1'1111111111'111111 111111 1111111' 4111111s111', M11 1.1111111111 11111111 .111 51.1111 11111 .11111 1'1111N11'111'1 .111 s1'111111ry 11111111111 1'1'g111.11' f111111111 11111111-, 15111 11111 1111.1 XX'llI'1i 1111- 1111514 111111111111 111111 11.111 1111111 1.1111 5111115111 111 11.111 11.111, xx'111'11. 131111111 11111 11111511111 M11111111 y11.11' 11111 1111111 11.1111 1111111 1111'111' 111.11111 51111 .11111 51111111.11 s111.111111' 111111s I111' 1111111111 111.1111 fXss1111111111w .11 11.1111111111 1'11111111'11 :1111111 1111111 111 51.1g11 S111 1111 .11111 .11'1'.111g1'11111111 r1g1lIN 11111111 li .11f11 1'.11'1'11111 1111 115' 11111 st.1g1: 11111111 1111115 '11111 s1.1g11 1111111 11 1111211151 111v111s1111111. 1111111111115 111.11 11111 111111 11111111 f1111111111111g .11111111 1'.11'111'1111'y, 111111'11'11'11y. .11111 11111 .lI'l 111 11.lI1QlI1Q 51111111111 T1111 11111- 1111 .1 1111111 1111s 111111111 111' 1111111 .11111 11111111111 .1 211.11 1111.11 111 111111111 .l1Wl1IIX' 1I1l1lS 1.111111 X11111.11g1'r 1111I11111x XYIIIIXMN 1f1111'1 111'1111.1.111 B111x11111 XX'11,111m A111 .11'111'1.1.111 M11,111x'1'x L111111 I'1 1111 1111.111 1f1'l-111 'VI S1 1111 1"111111111.111 111 11111.11 151-111 11 l'1 1111 1111.111 11111111111 11111111 . 17111111111 M1 L1111111111 11111 x111111f111'. g1'11.1111' .111111'1'c1.1ls1 1111111 LIIl11I'lI1Q 1111111115 111 111.11111 .111 s1.1g11 111'11111111111111s Ll s111'1'11sf, U111' 111111.11111 11111 111.11111 11111111111 111' 11111 xx'-1111 11111 1'1'.11' 11.1.1 11111111 11111111 111' 11111 1A11111111'111g 111111: PRINTING RINTING has always been a popular subject with the students of Garfield. The past year has witnessed an increased enrollment as well as additional room for new equipment which will be added as needed. Some students have been enrolled on the four year period basis and all students above the ninth grade have received instruction on the double period plan. In the past no special effort has been made toward the placement of students, due to the fact that most boys were in the shop for only two periods each day. A check made on former students revealed the fact that some fifteen boys are now working in some branch of the printing trade. Because of this fact, a course may be offered on the four period plan next year, cooperating with industry and fitting these boys to go into the trade as apprentices. The course itself is divided into the following divisions, namely: Hand Comf position, Imposition and Stone Work, Press work and Binding, In each division of the printing industry as taught at Garfield, individual jobs are taken up and done upon the same basis of operation as in the trade. In addition to the course offered in the art itself, the student gathers knowledge, in the following things which are of benefit, namely: English, grammar and compof sition, spelling, word division and punctuation, simple arithmetic necessary in the trade, and the student must learn to be careful and accurate and must have some ability to do the job correctly and artistically. While all boys who take printing will not follow the trade the educational attain' ments are such that the knowledge gained is always of use and help to him. One Hundred One CHAMBER MUSIC ENSMEBLE HE Chamber Music Ensemble consists of the leader, Mr, Walter G. Powell. and a small group of students who are especially interested in music as a vocation. The Chamber Music Ensemble responds eagerly to calls for entertainment either within the school or without. It has played at school banquets, teachers' meetings. and various Belvedere Gardens banquets and programs. This industrious group practices either after school hours or at the Mr. Powell. MEMBERS MR. Powiitt . . . Btaxczniz BVTLER ALFRED Besritts I-IIxoN Boa.-xNi.-xx GoRnoN Pomi Roahm' SMITH j.-xcziq Liiwtfttvx IDoNfxLn Cinusrisis ...,. . VOCATIONAL ORCHESTRA home of Viola llxaderl Viola Violin Violin Ohoe . Cello Bass Violm Bassoon The vocational orchestra consists of ten students who meet eighth period everyf day for practice under the supervision of Mr. Powell. They play all popular pieces and are in demand for entertainments and dances given at Garlield. 15 Ut the ten members four are seniors. This means that there will be a place next semester for two new tuba players, a clarinet player, and a pianist. The money they receive for playing at the entertainments is used for the purchase of IICVV IDLISIC LIIILI IIISEFLIHICIIIS. MEMBERS JAMES Diiiififiixwmarn . . . Tuba jam: LVELLYN , Bass viola G1.AnYc:ii Vimaasran 'Trumpet KRIS KI'I'tZHliN . Saxophone PHYL1.is Wi'rz , . Piano joiz Mc:ALi1nRm' Tnonpez Fnuonin Woons Violin ISREAL L.-xsicv Drums DAN B.,xRNis'r'i' , . . Tuba CL.'xYToN Riocss ..... Clarinet and manager AGRICULTURE ACTIVITIES There has never been a time in the history of our country when the need was greater for training in Agriculture than at present, The field offers an attarctive o ortunit ' for an inde wendent career. l Students have the opportunity to carry on their work through the proliect method Each one is assigned a number of jobs in connection with the successful development ol' his project. A large number ot' llowers and ornamental plants are grown for use on the grounds and in the buildings. One Hundred Tivo ' fe. One Hundred Three Horticulture Q X S' ' THE LIBRARY IIE vocational work of the lihrary consists of a lihrary practice course offered to upper grade students. Those who take this course are ahle to determine the value of lihrarianship as a life work. The course paves the way for entrance into lihrary work as a page in the Puhlic Lihrary, or, in the case of students who have achieved a high scholarship record and notahle skill as typist, it makes possihle entrance to the junior Attendants course of the lluhlic Lihrary. HOME ECONOMICS HE homefmaking courses have made valuahle contrihutions to Garfield during the school year 192829. One practical demonstration of the training received took place on April lo, when the students in Foods classes assisted in the preparation for the East Side Health Center hanquet. Added equipment has facilitated instructions in the Foods classes. A weekly luncheon has heen served to teachers and principals. Each student has heen given the opportunity to play the successful hostess as well as the waitress. At the achievement program which came during "Better Homesi' week, the mean' ing of "Better Homes" week was explained with some suggestions as to how the Def partinent in its varied efforts sponsors the movement. Students enjoy the Home Economics Department hecause of the many opportun' ities to serve Garfield. Costumes for "The Singer of Naples," designed in the Art Department, were made in the Clothing classes. HOME NURSING OME Hygiene and Care of The Sick, organized under the auspices of Amerif can Red Cross, is designed to give most practical knowledge. Bed making. Care of the Small Child, Control of Communicable Diseases, Suhstitute Appliances for use in caring for the Sick in The Home, and First Aid ara among the topics disf cussed and worked out hy class memhers. Red Cross Certficates are issued to all students who successfully complete the Course. First Aid, which is also sponsored hy The Red Cross, is given to the hoys who will find it particularly valnahle in industrial work, in which a large majority will he engaged after graduation from High School. One Hundred Four , ff ...nf V,- I-, Librarv ,.w..,.-4v"" ' ff-""" Foo cl S One Hundred Five Horne -L.--- J1- 1 N w All nations are united in fviendly competition by the Olympic contests. VCV' Club Smlall GG' Numeral 3 f Elgll "A" FOOTBALL REVIEW THE fact that a football team finishes very near the cellar is no indication that it is weak. The "A" team found itself in this predicament last season. Undoubt' edly it had better material than any team that has ever taken the field for Garfield. The team was vastly improved over last year's but other schools in the league had improved as much or even more. As a result, Garfield did not place high in the league standings. In practice games and scrimmages Garfield showed great promise by winning several battles. The league opened with Garfield entertaining Belmont on the Bulldog gridiron. Belmont had a decided edge in the first half. The second half was an entirely differ- ent story. The Bulldogs had the ball in scoring position many times. The game ended before the necessary scoring punch materialized and Garfield took the short end of an 18 to 6 score. Statistics show Garfield to have made fourteen first downs to Belmont's nine. The Bulldogs' only victory was over Harding in the second game, the score being 19 to O. This victory was the result of the linesmeifs taking advantage of fumbles and miscues. The following game with Fremont was a nightmare and Garfield was defeated 48 to O, though it had been conceded an even chance to win before the game. Then came the bitter game with Roosevelt. The Roughriders had not lost a game, and Garfield was not even conceded an outside chance to win. Roosevelt scored early on a blocked kick. Another score in the second quarter gave them a 12 to O lead. Staging a desperate rally, Garfield pushed over a touch' down and converted the extra point. The Bulldogs were well on their way to an- other touchdown when the half ended. An intercepted pass and another blocked punt gave the Roughriders a 24 to 7 victory. In the last game of the season Garfield threw a big scare into Fairfax by leading them 3 to O at the half. Fairfax came back strongly in the second half to win 19 to 3. Too many completed passes caused the downfall of the Bulldogs. Much credit should be given to Coach Fitzmorris, who stood by the team through all its ups and downs, smiling and never grumbling when his men did not come through as they should have done, The prospects for next year are much brighter, due to the increased number of experienced men who will compose the squad. One Hundred Nine 1 4 l 1 J i 5 -. 1 Alfred Bustillos ' Guvnygigxkle 'J'-nn... ',-A AL- l 6 i 4 3-'V J 1 A 4. ,, Emmmwmn Wi11iamPotts 3 Kenneth Bicksler A.E4Fitzmorris,Coac11 Earl Hall M ' 4 ' Ur W' j ff , 4' 1 5 X 1--'. 'Q WL' ,5' A We -A Harman Earl Irving WiIli3mN0l1JPl'Q George May Stewa1'kBukt 1 Om' Ilml.l:'c.i Tm "B" FOOTBALL First row, left to right: Eugene Joyce, Frank Yamaguchi, George Kurtz, Lionel Lopez, Emmett St. Marie, Ben Shine, Keniehi Saito, Ischy Sano, Walter Reisen. Seeond row, left to right: Raymond Swedo, john Maloof, Bill Mclford, Wsilter Lyons, jesse Cervantes, Claude Hoff, Rohert Craigo, Hertwig, Sam Butt, Bert Green' wood, john Filipoff. Third row, left to right: Coach Belford, Alfred Gamhoa, Felix Ruiz., Vern Tipton, Eddie Gerrold, Rohert Karney, Louis Mahie, Thomas Kupferer, john Smith, james Hemphill, John Theriot, Lester Ewart. Fourth row, left to right: Diek Moran, Henry Garcia, Bere Moongean, Louis Ohonr, Dave Huff, Lawrence Nursall, john Otto, Alhert Bellsterss, Norman Andrews, George Nursall. Small, enthusiastic, and full of fight was Garfield's crack B Foothall team of last season. The squad scored three victories and was defeated twice, hoth times hy close scores. The size of the Belmont team evidently scared the Bulldogs out of the first game. During the latter stages, the Pups awoke and growled a little, hut did no damage, and Belmont won 12 to 0. Harding was easy meat for the up and coming Bulldog pups in the second game, and we scored a decisive Z0 to 0 victory. The third game with Fremont was nip and tuck till the last quarters, when Fref mont hloeked and recovered a pass deep in our territory, from whence they scored the six points necessary to win the hall game. A hard fought hattle with Roosevelt, and the Bulldogs had another victory to celehrate, the score heing Garfield 6, Roosevelt 0. Fairfax took a had heating in the final game. The hoys gave everything they had, and scored Z4 points. holding Fairfax to 6. One Hundred Eleven CROSS COUNTRY First row, loft to right: Tony Torres, Cuciho Gonztilcs, Guy XX'r1w1klc, Gcrold Con' male, folm Ttirm-, Glen Boite, Henry Mimsml. Sccond row, left to right: Coach Scllrocdcr, Maxam Haw, Fred Eppich, Donald Clzrxxtr lcih, Manuel Auilcz, Ruciolph Nauru, Edward Rzclmnlsmi. Third row, lcft to right: Carlos Villarreal, Raynlond Eaton, Louis Gcclqlc, Allen Fluld, john Nfdztolu, Adolph Berks. CROSS COUNTRY Undcr thc capahlc and efficient tutoring of Coach Schrocdcr thc cross country team won all of the dual mccts in which its full strength was uscd. This includcd victorics ovcr thc U.C.L.A. frosh, LA., and Manual Arts High Schools. Thi-sc vis' torics wcrc nicrcly prcliminarics for what was to conic. On Dccclnhcr li, Coach Schrocdcr took his Hock ovcr to Griffith Park to com' pctc with all thc high schools in Southcrn California that might cntcr thc racc, Thirst' cntcrcd wcrc dccidcdly not in Garficldis Class, The Bulldogs won in casy fashion, This victory gavc thc Bulldogs thc pcrniancnt posscssion of thc cup. 'They had won it thrcc succcssivc tinics. One Hundred 'Twulvc "A" BASKETBALL ASKETBALL has never heen a success at Garheld. This year proved no excep' tion to the rule, Coach johnson was handicapped by having only one letterman return for the team. Practice was held every night on the dirt court, while our league games were played on the opponents' hardwood floors. The floors were a handicap to Garfield hoys, accustomed as they were to the dirt court. A glance at the league standings shows that Garfieldi lrmt all five games. Taken from that point of view, the season was a total loss. However, to those who will he out for the team again next season, the knowledge and experience gained is well nigh priceless. The first game was with Belmont on the Garfield court. Belmont won 'ZZ to 14, The score, while fairly close, does not tell of the terrific fight and the fine floor work displayed hy hoth teams. Belmont had not anticipated such a hard game. The defense of the Hilltoppers decided the game for them. The second game was with Fairfax on the Colonials' Court. Garfield fought hard and viciously, hut was defeated 35 to 15. The score at half time was 22 to 2. In the second half, Mohrman scored 10 points, thereby saving Garfield from a com' plete rout, Full of fight and confidence, the team journeyed to Roosevelt for the third game. The ensuing game was a repetition of practically all contests held with the Roughriders, The game was rough and fast. Both teams were fouled more than usual, due to the closeness of the contest, Nine seconds were left to play, with the score tied at 21 to 21, when Jessie, Roosevelt's star center, dropped the hall through the hasket just as the gun went off to end the game. Roosevelt won Z3 to 21. Fremont gave the Bulldogs the worst heating of the season when they trounced them 31 to 13. The Pathfinders scored 16 points in the first quarter, and estahlished a lead that was far too great to overcome. The final game of the season found the Bulldogs fighting for all they were worth against the Harding Warrimnrs, Harding was well in the lead when a rally staged hy Garfield hoys nearly overtook the early lead piled up hy the Indians. The rally was too slow in coming, however, and the gun ended the game with the score 18 to 15 in Harding's favor. One Hundred Thirteen Raymggiggfqren Cris Kikhinq 11. Johnson Coach Milton Mohrmarv. Rex' Cheney Richard Harvey Y John Strand Henry Anderson Aldo Mazzanti John Carrier Paul McA1frey Helgri Sabbe . Mg, W lu Hm1Jv'uJ fwxafrwwl nw "B" BASKETBALL Left to right: VVENDESL.-mo S.-xLlNAs, joiz MEDINA, FRANK DiMMi5'r, H1XRI7LI? BARN1 H.-xR'r, Iivrsi' Su.-xL1sL, PAUL BL1iov15LL, GLENN VAN Hoax, PAUL JOHNSON, DEAN SELL, EUc:ENu Mc:WlLLi.-iM, MELv1N lVl0HRM.-KN, Manager, ARTHLJR FWZ' MORRIS, Coach. LTHOUGH Coach Fitzmorris' elass "B" haskethall team won hut one league game last season, the hoys received much satisfaction from their torrid game with Roosevelt, the winners of the championship. The Bullpups gave the Roughriders a terrific hattle and nearly scored a victory, hut weakened in the closing minutes of play and allowed Roosevelt to snatch the score from their hands, Belmont gave the Garfieldians a 21 to 11 sethack, and Fairfax heat them Z3 to 12. Fremont won 16 to 14 after having to play an extra five minutes hecause the score was tied at 14 to 14, Garfield weakened in the last quarter against Roosevelt and lost 17 to 14. The team wreaked vengeance on Harding and defeated them 27 to 7 in the last game of the season. This year the entire squad was eomposed of inexperienced men. Next year most of the hoys will return to see if they cannot reverse the tahles on their eonquerers. Joe Medina was high point man in a majority of the games, McWillianis ran a close second for individual honors. Pat Scalise proved most valuahle heeause his dazzling speed. The team had several guards, all of whom were well ahle to defend the home haslcet. Sell, and Barnhart, Van Horn, and Demmitt were among the hest. 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Tl11' g11.11'l11'5 .111 1'.1g1'1' 111 l1.1x1' 111111'1' 1111'11 11111 I111' "fl" .1111l "ll" 11'.11115 F1111 Ill 1l11' 111.1l1111g 111 1l11'51' 10.11115 .1 11111111l.1111111 IS l11'111g l.111l llll' I1111111' l1gl11xx1'1gl11 .lllkl l11'.1vy' xx'c1gl11 11'.11115. lN4.111y l1'll11XK'S l141x'1' l11'1'1111111 81.113 1111 HAM 11211115 klllx' 111 1l11' 1'x111'1'11'111'u Q.11111'1l xx'l11l1' UC". 111' "DH 1111'11 Tlu' g11l11111'.1111111 111 1'x'111'y ytllllli l1'll11xx' li 1l1.11 111 .1 511'1111g l1111ly, Tl11' 1111151 pl1'.15f .1111 Qlllkl c.1511'51 xv.1y 111.111.1111 5L1Lll .1 l1111ly 14 111 Q11 111111 11311111113 llll'1lI1 .11l1l1'111' 1-111111-51, 17115 H11111l1u1l S1x'11'1'11 TRACK RCSPECTS for a strong track squad were extremely hright, at the opening of the 1929 track season at Garfield. One or more lettermen performed in every event. with the exception of two field events, the shot put, and hroad jump. Howard Allen gave promise of hecoming a real treat in the shot, when he was forced to leave school to work. The same calamity overtook Lionel Lopez, a promisf ing young polefvaulter. In order to work up enthusiasm and provide competition, relay meets with Lin' coln and L.A. High Schools were scheduled. Garfield won the majority of relays from Lincoln, hut showed a decided weak- ness in thc field events. The following week the Bulldogs took part in a gigantic relay carnival at Los Angeles High School. Schools from all over Southem California competed. Garfield took third place in the Class II Section, hy virtue of winning one relav and placing third, and took fourth in the other two. The distance medley team, com' posed of Lloyd, Wririkle, Conrad, and Tatar, were the winners. The first dual meet of the season was held with Roosevelt on the home cinderf path. Roosevelt was favored to win hy a close score. A prevailing fact is that Garfield teams always perform just a little hetter than usual when competing against Rome' velt. just such a thing happened in this meet. Garfield won easily with a clean sweep in the 100 yard dash and the mile and took first and second in the 220830, and first in the shot put, high and low hurdles, the pole vault, and high jump. This aided materially in Roosevelfs defeat. Belmont, with a strong array of field event men, was next to invade Garfield. A clccc meet was the result, with Belmont winning 59 to 47. Had her second and third place men come through as it had heen thought they would, Garfield might have won. At the annual A.A.U. relay in the Coliseum, Garfield won the eight man mile in the class division. The team was composed of Scalise, Moto, Gamhoa, Lloyd, Riggs, Vogt, Melford, and Eppich. Each hoy received a gold medal for the victory. The third dual meet was held with Fremont, at Fremont. The track men fought nohly, hut the field event men fell low. The Bulldogs scored only 3 171 points in the field events. Fremont won 70 1f2 to 33 lf2. Myers proved a sensation when he won hoth hurdle races in good time. The milers made a clean sweep of their event, and Vogt, Eppich, Wrinkle, and Norhurg placed second in their respective events. One Hundred Seventeen TRACK LETTERMEN Lower row, left to r1ght,: Bula Hcnrli, Hill Norlmrgli, Dim Clirmllcilm, Gem' IWcy'urx, Glen Holes, Stanley Vogt, .Xlimuel Amlcz, Sum Muljhrd. Seeond row, left to right: jerry Conrad, ldfis Lloyd, lizll Poltx, jolm Tatar, llual Nlzttlz, Carlos Villiiwul, Leonard Vvhlliunzs, Guy Vernilgle Last row, left to right: Coizeli Selzruetler, David Hoff, Bill Mulfurd, Fred Xkfxllvroolq, Rex Cliuvicy Fred liplmli, Siilmrim- Gonmlcs, Comer Tliompsmi, Tlioniux Kirpf fcrer, und l.oiox Rirliwr, In the last dual meet ofthe season Fairfax gave us a terrihle shellaelng, winning 75 to 29. The two outstanding races were the mile and the 4-HP Tatar won the inile after a terrific lwaule with Carlson, and Eppieh lost the 4-HI after another such hattle with Ivliller. In the league trials the following week Garfield qualified the second largest num her of men, with a total nuinher of 19. Fairfax won the championship for the seeond consecutive time. Belmont placed second, Fremont third, Garfield fourth, and Roosevelt fifth, in the finals at the Coliseum the following week. Wriiikle, Uarfields favorite, was sick in hed. Conrad and Boiee rose to the oeeaf sion and turned in two fine performances. Conrad tied Collier of Fremont for first in the SSO and lioiee eaine through with El fifth. The time was 1,1414 -if? seeonds. Ivlyers ran a good raee to take gi third in the high hurdles. Berry of Fairl'.ix won in 15 -ff? seconds. The mile raee saw Tatar take a first hy passing Thomas in the stretch after a see' saw raee. Villarreal took a fourth, and Potts fell haek to fifth. The only field event nian to place was Norherg, who tied for fourth place. One Hundred Eiglitcen uB'TRACK ARFIELD was well represented by a potentially strong "B" track team. The squad made a fine showing in all its dual meets and in the League trials and finals. Decisive victories were won over Fairfax, Belmont, George Washington, Lincoln, and Polytechnic, winner of the city Championship. Fremont was the only school to defeat Garfield. In the Minor City meet, Fremont won the title, scoring 34 points, Belmont, the dark horse, ammassed 29 points for second. Garfield was third with 25 points, Roosevelt, Harding, and Fairfax followed in the order named. Scalise and Gamboa starred for the Pups, Scalise taking a first in the 100 and a third in the broadjump. Gamboa won the high hurdles and a questionable race in the low hurdles. The judges gave him second. Shine ran a good race to receive credit for fourth, In the longer races Panton took a third and Davis, a fourth. Aside from Scalise, Medrano was the only other field event man to place. He took second in the high jump. Yamagucchi, the favorite in the pole vault, developed a lame foot in the trials and did not compete, thus crippling the team. Gamboa survived the Southern, California preliminaries, and ran a splendid race to place fourth in a blanket finish at the trials. Scalise arose from a sick bed to run in the preliminaries. Although he placed in his heat, he was too weak to stand the strain of the semiffinals, and failed to get a place in the finals. This is the "B" team's first year. Coach Belford deserves much credit for turn- ing out such a fine group. MCMTRACK Coach Belforc.l's class "C" track and field squad, came within one scant point of winning the Minor City Track Meet this year. Garfield scored 26 points, just one less than the total amassed by Fremont, the winner of the meet. Garfield's men who distinguished themselves were Koontz, who won the 220 and placed third in the 100 yard dashg Lavaneri, who won the pole vault and placed second in the broad jump and took third in the shot put, Merlino, who tied for second in the pole vault, Gonzales, the winner of second in the 220, and Atkinson, who took third in the 660 yard run. Lavaneri, diminutive "C" pole vaulter was the only "C" to place in the Southern California meet. He tied for third place. The team was delivered a staggering blow in the 100 yard dash, when Koontz. who was leading the race mistook a group of fellows around a pole for the finish line. He soon discovered that the finish was some eight yards down the track. As a result he was lucky to receive third place for his efforts. One Hundred Nineteen A rack SBTFI. YJ A V B" A Track Team C3121 1 .ee - BASEBALL LETTERMEN First row, left to right: Leo Ray, Vernon Ray fcaptainjg Gilhert Moreno. Second row, left to right: Walter Beaucliarnp, Bill Dolan, Vernon Holmes, Aldo Mezzanti, Emmett St. Marie Third row, left to right: Raymond. Gonzales, Paul Gonzales, Coach A. E, Fitz' morris, Eddie Gerold, Felix Ruiz. As the annual goes to press, Garfield is about to take the field against Fairfax. The Bulldog nine has previously defeated the Golonials 24 to 10. The next game is expected to be much closer than the first. Coach Fitzmorris has built a strong defense that works well with the team's sturdy defense. Proof of this is found in the fact that the team has won three of six games played. Two games have been lost to Harding who will undoubtedly win the champion' ship. Both games were lost by the margin of one run. The first was 2 to 1 and the second 5 to 6 in ten innings. The Bulldogs at present have defeated Fairfax 24 to 10, Fremont 10 to 9, and Roosevelt 5 to 3. The team lost one game to Belmont, 3 to 1, on account of poor base running. Leo Ray, Gilbert Moreno, and Walter Beauchamp represent the first string pitchers. Vernon Ray and Felix Ruiz hold down the catching in good fashion. The infield iinds Moreno or Ray at first, Ruiz at second, Holmes or Gonzales at short and St. Marie at third. Every man in the infield is a veteran and capable of turning back all types of competition from other teams. The outfield is composed of two veterans, Aldo Mezf zanti, and Bud Mohrman. Bill Dolan is playing his first year and doing a line joh of it. Mohrman is a steady fielder and a reliable batter. One Hundred Twentyfone QT In L" X. 1 I IC Hll1lLiI'CLi Tu'cnlx"l14w V-.,.,4Wv., .,.,, i . 1-JV T QL,- il- , :ff " F,-gl! W L M' , Q A bi- 'nj . Ur 4,,.. 4" a .--f .' q ' .. Tennis Letterman f Cheer- Leaders ' 1 R i W l I 1 Faculty vs SeniorsW29 Q i One Hundred Twemvftlzvee fE'ai1'fax Here 'xC" Tearn .lg , K- W.- --. . A Q Patg:X1i?3guq,1ise -Q Between Halves ' """--mg, I , 4 X ' J 1 1 X 1 -r "f 53' T1-V' f' Qf6Z'5.Lv2'?' 5 ' 'v , ' .5246 ' ff n' -L ' - . Y - "fl - A - ' .-v"-.Q 'Fred C0l1SQun1 ,7 1 0 l r f if-up--' I if ix 'Inu 'tis' is ra-. QL , Wrinkle wins 880 Conmex-Thompson A an Galnboa Cohseuin 1 at Coliseum J Dr COENXX.. Um' Hluuimni T uwallyfjnu ATALANTANS First row, left to right: Marie Culbertson, Elizabeth Carlson, Nadine Chartniz, Rose Teplitsky, Lois Pitkin. Second row, left to right: Angelita Villalobos, Sadie Munitz, Lorraine Hilton, Della Wenquist, Donna Engel, Miss Mesloh. Third row, left to right: Miss Ames, Lupe Salcido, Annie Herrera, Dorothy Win' chell, Margaret Price, Evelyn Bates. Fourth row, left to right: Miss Millier, Blanche Long, Ruth Speck, Laura Dunlap, Miss Iacobs, Eleanor Tielding, Elizabeth Campbell, 'Yvonne McCormick, Miss Reiterman. The object of the Atalantan organization is to establish closer relations between the girls who have earned the LG" letter, and to promote interest in athletics among other girls of the school. A girl becomes a member of the club when she receives the letter "G" and gives assurance that she will keep up to the standards for which the letter stands. The letter is given on u basis of 500 points, 250 or more to be earned in athletics. At present the club numbers thirty-eight. W '29 OFFICERS S '29 M.'xRouEiuTE jovcie President BLANCHE LoNo YVONNE MCCKDRMICK VicefPresidenr LUPE SALCIDO BLANCHE Loma Secretary LORRAINE HILTON PRESENT MEMBERS Delpha Baber, Ethelyn Bates, Beulah Boyd, Ida Brodsky, Elizabeth Campbell, Elizabeth Carlson, Edythe Casale, Nadine Chartniz, Louise Chester, Marie Culbertson, Iuanita Foster, Alice Garcia, Mary Glora, Celia Hafner, Annie Herrera, Lillian Mar' tinelli, 'Yvonne McCormick, Florence Meyer, Veda Mortensen, Sadie Munitz, Beatrice Partida, Lois Pitkin, Minnie Pott, Erma Price, Margaret Price, Florence Robjant, Lupe Salcido, Ruth Speck, Rose Teplitsky, Gladys Viemaster, Della Wenqui.st, Dorothy Winchell, Eleanor Tielding, One Hundred Twentyfhue GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIGN HE Girls' Athletic Association was organized for the purpme of promoting sports- manship, cooperation, and athletic competition among the girls in Garfield High School. The president is elected hy the active memhers of the Girls' Athletic Assoeiatio... and is a memher of the Board of Commissioners, The qualifications for memhership are as follows: To hecome a memher of the G.A.A., a girl must earn at least fifty points and have no failures in any subjects. She must earn at least twenty'five points during each semester in order to retain her memhership. The points may he earned hy taking ac' tive part in after school sports, service in the gym, high scholarship, or hy receiving a grade of "A" in Physical Education. At present there are seventy-five memhers enrolled in the association, The five major sports are haskethall, soccer, hockey, tennis, and hasehall. The minor sports are volleyhall and swimming, Regular practices, games and spreads are held in order to confer awards, Awards are given as follows: For 100 points earned hy first team memhership a numeral is awarded. When a girl earns 270 points she may wear the G.A.A. c The numher of points required for a letter is 500. is awarded a hlue star to wear on her letter. The GAA. initiations were held Octoher ZS, Big events of the year: Letter Cluh hike, April 13, 1929. hevrong 400 points, the G,A.A. pin, For each additional 200 points she 1923 and March 11, 1929. Senior and Junior G.A.A. Aud. Call, April 29, 1929. G.A.A. Banquet, May 9, 1929. Overnight party to Griffith Park, june 7 and S, 1929. W' '29 Gmctiz Sroifui Yvomvii MctCoa ANNIE Hiimuaiwx F-xxrvin 13LvRM.xx OFFICERS President MICK VicefP1esidenr Secretary Treasurer S '29 Yvoxxis Mc:CoRMu:i4 Amix SHAW M.xRnf Cl'L11IiR'1'SON ELl'l..Xll1i'l'11 C.xRLsoN Head of Baxlqetllall Head of Volleyball Head of Hotlgey Head of Soccer Head Uqlicf-8717115 . Head of 'l'1'atlg Head of Haxeball Spon.w'.sg Miss MARY B. bl.-xczoiss, Miss Miss Sutra.-1 Mrstou, Miss Gizxrtic Ames. Lituxrv M.'xR'rlNr:i,1.1 . Blfl 1..-xii Born . Liuiii S.-XLCIIWU Ftomixczia Rlllikl.-XNT Eviiuw Rrssi-21. . Doxxx ENUHL ll1i'X'1'RlIi1-I l'AR'I'm,x M.xRc:i'iaR1Tia Mittnza, One Himdred Tatum xx Senior G.A.A G.A.A.Banque One Hundred Twentyfseven Junior GAA BASKETBALL HE first sport for girls for the school year was hasltethall. It proved to he very popular, as fiftyfone girls went out for practice under the leadership of Lillian Martinelli, head ot hasltethall. The tenth grade team won the chaniiionshiw. The . l l twelfth grade was second in the race, the eleventh grade took third vlace, and the . . l ninth grade, fourth, VOLLEYBALL Due to the fact that volleyhall and hasltetliall were in progress at the saine time. and that hasliethall was the more popular of the two. the volleyliall season was short. Girls in the eleventh and tenth grades were the only ones who reported for volleyhall practice. The tenth grade won the tournament hy taking two out of three games. Beulah Boyd was head of yolleyhall, SOCCER 'Thirtyfnine girls under the leadership of Florence Rohiant. head of soccer. were out for soccer. The senior girls won tirst place. The tenth grade won second. and the eleventh grade. third. HOCKEY Hockey seemed to he the inost popular sport of thc girls' aliterfschool sports. Fiftyfseyen girls went out lor it under the leadership of Lupe Salcido, head ol' hockey, and Miss Millier, coach After tour weeks of regular practice, a tournament was held. The eleventh graders won every game they played, and therefore took first place for the season. The twelfth grade was second and the tenth grade, third. BASEBALL Basehall season was rather short with only seven practices. Beatrice Partida, head of haseliall, helped Miss Millier take charge of the fifty girls who were interested enough to come out for practice. The results of hasehall were the same as those of hockey. The eleventh grade won first place, the twelfth grade made second, and the tenth grade, third. TENNIS This was the second season the girls were ahle to play tennis, as there were no courts availahle hetore. Thirtyffive heginners and ten advanced girls played. Wlit'li the annual went to the press, the results of the tournaments were not known, although practices were heing held twice a week. Evelyn Russel was head of tennis. G.A.A. INITIATION PLEIXIE I prtmme to take tm active part in girls' sport.: in Garfield High Srlmol, to abide by tlie etmxtitittion tmcl. l'J3'flt1ws of the Girls' Arlilerie Association, to do all 111 my power to promote IIS best iriterestsg and to do my best tn lwc up to tlie Axxoeiutiml Creed at all time. One Hundred 'lleelityfeiglit , X I 2 Z VXA: ' lwrel ll. AA Tenlzh Grade Basketball Team. ggi'-L I ',,,, 4, xv., Quinn . ., .T 1 A .vin 5 5' 'ff fs. ,.q.,.Q 4 m A A . A M . X L iri . 15 K I Twelfth Grade Soccer Team 9 6 5? 9 P1 Q'-" 'N v " X , -FWHM gauw Q t -,,.,,,.,,,,,G ,- e ' e'Q 5 X x X 1 iv' GX LL NLG X 5' Eleventh Grade Hogkev Team - Tenth Graile Baseball Team One Hll11d1'6d Twentyw ' T s T xx 47' , f N 53 . "1 Elf . Iii A Q Ao' 4 u ' -an-A.. ., .SAA 'xl -l N xx' Tenth and Eleventh Grade Volleyball at Hfy 5 Al' ' V Twelfth Grade Hockey Teaxrm.. IJ. "' SIS' 1. Gynx Class In Dancmq 1...- ,-,, W, Tu ing - -1- . Kp- .- nn --. u 's --nv- .nw iw- we .,, 1 One Hznufrui Tfllllk 'i :rr .5 ,. , I. XQ . arf ,A b "' x e X 1 'lvlary B.Jacobs Millie r Selma Mesloh Grace Ames 57- ' , gp -ic. 0 if, ?'. --f -. .ng f -Y' i l 5: I7 V A ' 1' 'lf' Q zfffffif , Q ' 1 ,I ' " 'lf' - 5151 l Hd" 2 49' 'I !'hld1'ed Reed Dr. Elizabeth Davis r' GIRLS' SPORT COACHES M ARY B, JACOBS has heen a memher of the department of Girls' Physical Ed' ucation since Garfield opened. She is sponsor of the Girls' Athletic Association and Girls' Letter Cluh, and is Head of the Department. Marguerite Millier has been a memher of the department since Garfield opened, She is one of the sponsors of the junior Scholarship Society and is sponsor of all Girls' After School Athletics, Selma Mesloh joined the department during the spring term of 1926. She is sponsor of the Girls' Corrective and Nutrition work of the school. Grace Ames, joined the department in the fall of 1928. She is sponsor of junior After-School Athletics, and also of the Junior G,A.A. Mildred Reed, the School Nurse, cares for the sick or injured and teaches the classes in Home Nursing and First Aid. She is sponsor of the First Aid Cluh. Bernice Norris Frazier, who is at school three days each week is the Pianist and Accompanist. Dr. Elizabeth Davis, who is at school two days each week gives Physical Exam' inations, serves as Health Counselor, and is often needed when emergencies arise, One Hundred 'Thinyfone I The Radio broadcasts ncws and brings nations togzzhcr 51.5 1 if 1 SEPTEMBER Tliusday, ll 511111111 11ug111f. A551111 Iwly 111'11gr.1111 113' Music Dupt. Clydc 131111- 11.1111 i11 c11.1rg1i Lug 1ss111'11. Nuw 1111Ls1111' scrviut' 1ll1L' 1111u11s. 15111111111 111111 5111118 111 Vv'1'111111sL1.1y, ll 1'11'.1f1' 51111 111y SIX pr11g1'.1111s XN'll1l 11111. CI111111 T1f1111 11'.111s 11s lll c111'crs. T11L1rs11.1y, 13 C1111 C11111 t1'y1111ts. Ix11111L1.1y. 17 S11.111s1111t 1111111111 1'41l' C1'1111s1111 .11111 131111' 511 M11t1111 M111111111111 poses. TL1cs11g1y, IS S1'p.11'.1t1' .1ss1'111111i1's: Q1IA1S t11 t111' .11111g 1VI1yh 111 1111- g1'.111L1st.11111. Firit .1pf1c11r11111'1' 111' I111' 11.11111 .1t t11u 1111ysA .1ss1'111' 111y. 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I4 Slxxlxufx xx'. xxxxxx l'Ixxxx "Txxx'IIIIx NxgIxx U Txxwxlxxxy IS I"xx'x' llrx .Ll Ilx Ixlllxl Sxxxxxc xxxxc rxxxxg xIxf Ixxv .xlxxxxx Tlxxxxwxlxxxp fx' 'xlx .xxxxI H x Ixlxx .xxxxxxxlf gxxvxx Sxxxxxxxx lvlllx lm x- xx l3.xx'lx I"x'xxlxx. II .'XxxxxxxxI Iklxxx lxxppx' "l3xxx'-I I Ixxxxl-x ,xxxIxxI I xxx Ix I Ix.xxI sxxlxNqx'xIwxI,A' IvIxxxxxI.xx'. I4 'lf' .Xswxxxxx .xxx'.xx'aIx'xI, Ifx'x'x'x'xxxxx' gxnxxl xxpxxl xl Sxxxxxx Llxxx. XX'cxIxxuf-.I.xx', 161 I Cuxxxxxxxx x llllflll fxlllllllll I'x'!L'IIlIt III. TIxxxx'sd.xx', T Av xxxxxxxxxwxxxxxx Ilx ffxxxxx1'x'I V.xf.xl1xxxx Um' Hxmx I xxx xx xxlx B12 Officers Senior Officers 5129 B0y5'Week. Queen offlay andA1:'cendants , , -,l ,-.,, , 1 1 um -'ii . -------vm R . , .iiiinnunnn . V , Q . . 0 1,4 A .Play Dance , Mrs. One Hundred Fortyfzhrec J. A. COLEMA .flaw 4 v AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone ANGE Lus 9068 'wflww 4440 XVHITTIER BoULEvA1:n Los Angeles. California One Humivcd Furry' T..- .- -.-.- , .- 4, H - . W Freedfisemann Eveready xl Stewart-Warner 'Temple l l, HURSTVKLINBERG SALES N COMPANY W. T. HAZEL, Prop. Electrical Appliances I N RADIOS I . 4:24 Wham AN sam 1, Two Stores A V , , . Y, Li . 4' l, W . ARIZONA AT XVHITTIER Il Man In restaurant: "Say, waiter and says cluckcn couqucttcs hcrc on tt W' mcnu. What part of the chicken 1 EASTMONT fluff' "O, that is the part loft ovcr from yesterday." W ANGELUS I Charles W.: A'Wl1:1t would you uk .N for a voice like nuns?" It i i g A A My -A lj Misf Ingalls: l-C:l'll0I'Ol'OI'll1.N 1- I "Regal Poppy' f New Ivory China Free to YOU I. H. SCHATZ I MARKETS l OUR NIOTCTO G. T, DAGGET . .Quality Sgwicc . First Always I- ST.-IPLI3 AND FANCY GRcIc:IaRIhs X 41981 I 1237 A 468 S. Eastern AN, 9381 1' 'ufslwlllmcf ANli13? .I I 47v9j lmz, Cumpliments of LAWRENCE W. BERLIER flSTliUP.'XTHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEUN The Gardens Hospital One Hundred Fo1'ty'flI'e --Y fn- -f 7-1 1 ,U Y Cmnplzmcnts of TT I TE STATE SALES CU. T 1 T l 1 T ID1Sl7'lI7llll77'S uf SQHRAFFTS CHocoLATus T Tmd 1111151 qzmlzty L.Cl'lTLi1L,S SHS lixs1 S111 x111 S11111-1' T V X'AN111k1 Zflfl' T FRANK M. XVILSON M 11 S1'1u:1f11x C1c11c1'111 Nargcfx D1xc11.wx 1115 1 -fr -Y---.-Y- W .I - Y Y Y V T Y Tv W TT T P,xv1N's FAMILY 1 V H SHUE STORE W R1'l1q1Nc Slums for thc X Xylmswlc F111111ly A CT1n1pIct1' l.m1' uf Hmwxzcry T -FN XV1111"111i11 131111, W Los Angulcs T 3 M H gkn Tf VT'11n1u11 111111 Cl11l1f1'1'11 T -ET VY v T T YYY Y Y W H111 "l5.11'11 tl11s 111-1113 1l wT111'I cut X' .1 tlnngf' SIN: "IM you 1110.111 111 s.1y 111111 your lw41r1l 14 t1111gl1r1' tl1.111 k1tul1r11 l11111l1'111111'A' THE GARDENS HOSPITAL T l3cu1'gc M.: "Vw'l11'11 xx'.1s 1l11' g.11111' uf TN Bl5LVl5l71iRl'iU-NRT'l1N5 W l1.1s1'lw.1ll Y'11'ft 111c11t111111'1l 111 1111- Bllwlufy' ANUEUIS 7313 W Hk'IlI'3' ll.: "Vs'l11'11 1111- p1'111l1g.1l son Y ii i i A Y Jr 111111lc Tl l1u1111' run." Om' H1u11f1'1'1f Furl vfxxx' With admiration for the boys and girls of Garfield High School HARRY M. SUGARMAN, President and General Manager West Coast Junior Circuit Inc L'East Sides Greatest Entertainment" O Hundred Form-se Dad.: "Vv'l1crc is Hulcn7" ll' K H 'Q -- ' .., " . V ' ll Mu.: buns to bu Tlu B.ll'luf ul W Two Mlumn People EM IN Saville." X l Dad: "lf tlmr glrl guts lm' lmir Clll Mdflflllllltly Brand lsu I'lls. klc: l l1'tc4c'l' Milf, P 1 1 l mn lr 1 Potato Cjhlps flw IS Ulgl!lCCll. Y, Z 1? if in Lx , Y, :W i f r .4 l, l l 1 EAST SIDE LUIVIBER l ' WHT NOT YOU, COMPANY , H WC Supply llmil-ld l l' 33 6,15 l Lumlwcr, lhlllll .lml 'w I qi" 1 Building Supplics W ' l AN1:1c1,m 4 ww, l? SCUUDER Fool: PRUDUQTS . 1 . 4. , 1 l ll 440122'Xfl' 1,'fIlfU"' xl ', Los Axmau s, C.x1,1r-uRN1.x l . . v . . ' l 1 W l, ll p Y---, ,V - , - ,--. ,N Y i Y J'-if J: i-1' OUR BQOSTERS .IUHN E. SYLVIA .... 528 S. lndizmzl St. rl'HE A. LIETZ Cu. 913 S. Gramd Avcnu: B.+LzIcfl3AKER . . , 4449 Vvlhittier Blvd. ljli:.1lwtl1 C.: 'XXX' lmxr lqwc ncw lxlltrns :lt our lmusu. Mau'g.1rul Cl 3. "Huw you Il.lIl1L'Ll rlmum yctflu lfli:.lln'llx C15 "Nm tlwu' mutlm' wuulkl lmly full tlmum 'Mum' .mx xx xx YVILKES DRY CLEANING PARLOR UHCIIUY PTUSSUJ- BCIICT Dl'L'.g.gL'Lll- 791 ATLANTIL' BOULEVARD ANGELUS 8276 Ona H1mll7'cll Fnrtyvulgllt Allen Hotel Supply Co. They Supply The Garfield Cafteteria Caterers to HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 131 N. Los ANGELES ST. ALLEN MEAT IS A REGULAR TREAT O Hundred FoYtv'111'n ,,, , Y ,- Y Y- -,-, ,-, : '.- --- - - fl " , , 1 l CULBERTSON BRCS. A 'l BANDINI ll y Cl771fYLlL'flJT.9 ll BARBER SHOP VIC Fm""" lllllw w xl. Nr-xx'1mu:r,R MTR Atlnmiq l 1. 748 W11.1.l.xx1sn+x AN UI!! , P"'1l"'1f'4"' mul' ' l L77 Y Ami ggAYYVIl ll x- U- ll I' l V W l lv ll D l DR. KARL M. NVALZ Q MLTUAL DYE VVVORKS ll l l W IJUTIHNI I 49611 XXH111 HMA , ANKiIiI.l'S IZZS XVHIVNIIY N30 Q 464I'XX'ri1lll11-'R Blxlw, 11 ANl.r11's N710 ll ll ll 1: 1' , il l ll lv l , l l WW" N-'WIA W 9 Blllidllil Puldllc Market . l , N ll Mk'.llS, Fruits .xml Vcqutnlwlcs ESTRADA s cn-XRAGE I ' swim and lx-lu-.-ry Sm-iff Huw S11 uv. P1-up. FLW: ANU HAMMEL q 21103 Arllmll- AN Russ l ,l --., , , ll ll L l., l ,, ll, MI'. lkmm-ll: "Our mx! Qclcutunm will AN 'P-W4 3517 E. ZZNIJ SIL W N 1 U ' . sig' hc .All HMV... LH .-L.- Lm ANIKIIIH JOHN XV. QEREENWOOD Lloyd P.lIIv1'w11: "ilu: I lllrl llmflwul Tftlming Slhlllkl Slmvvl ur lx Pl4W'1l! tllflt-H or Trucking Haml Wcwrk l P ll LA Bull l'.: "Aw yum tlmc lW.ll'lWl'l' wlw cut my lun' l.lst liruc1"4 PHARMACY B.ll'lWL'l'I "Nu, Vw lmly wmkcal lmcrc Folm .mn Nm' YORK il vcquf' Om' Hlmdrcll Flfty BELVEDERE GARDENS V Compliments of the 4 l BAPTIST CHURCH i lx W Sunday School 9:30 am. l I DiSfffbHf0TS Of 1 Morning Service 11:00 a.m. ' Young People 6:30 p,m. W Night Service 7:30 p.m. 1 F. A, Lwnnas l 1, -1 """'U""' Q' r Pastor i - EXQVE 6155? 0 , L , Inn h , r 1116 lV1cDonnell Avenue V W L L T T Y VY I T A-T T 77711 I , ' ' rlzrlwrzwuaummmmfvunm-my ll +, -r e 1 , , , , - 1 , , , - ,N W ' . 'N S W The Best Butter sold in ll i, ll 1' Southern California ' l 441 N. FORD E. L, Tnomsox Co., INC. if W , JACQUES CoRACo, Prop. l r TRINITY 6558 , I M A- i i lr i Aliigw i All NEW FURD v. E. GARDNER DRUG STGRE Real Estate Broker Free and prompt delivery 401 N- FORD AN 4603 5217 WIIITTIER AN 7150 Of all U10 llffilf SUFPUSCS When the donkey saw the zehra There's nothing to compare I , , With treading in the darkness HC began to Swlthh his mul' U11 li SECP that iSl1'f Il1Cl'C. "Well I never," was his comment, "There's a mule thait's heen in jail." Grocer to boy: 'I-Im! So you want ai joh, eh? Do you ever tell lies?" Boy: "No hut Ill he willing to learnf One Hundred Fiftyfone Harry I'. Qrushing into liimuyj: "Quick, I xxuuit C.it'sair's Luth." l , I 1 Tumlh' Different - I RAMONA CLEANERS Altering Remocje-ling Miss Duuglity: "You'rc tum IEIIU, Bruf tus hunt you to it." I 4759 NX'7III'I'I'IIiIi N iyiggxr -A- YY wjlf 211 IIT V' Oigcu Lnlpplies YYY I wg- II I ' ' ' I' I Rubber Stamps IN GOLDEN GATE RADIO CU. Ii Sf:HL'QfAI1T'S STA-g'1'1UNERY I' Rcpzxiring, Building' and W I STORE S0"Vif'mg I MTS VVVIIII ui-ii Bivlw. I I . . . Fiuxk SIIHRIQ Pulp. ' ANl,I4l,l 5 0442 I I Y, Adding Machines I SISU WIIllfIL'I' Lus Angrics 1, Typvwriters 'I - Q IL: if J fi IT' i I I J I 'ix ,, IT I Depmii 'Yum' Suvnigs with P 'X EYH ffl-WW5 ' Eximixmw Fliriilw EAST SIDE MVTIIAL BUILI3INll,xx1wI-OAN I im, ft. ci, mtmuiui ASSOCIATIUN Clptnnictrxst ' -WIS Vvyillilii-,Ii BIXIU, I .ww XVINUNA AN lu. ' I , .. ' t QL' 5 I Lux AN1:ii1,1fs, fIXI,IIHRNI,X ', I Blvtl, 74I9I Ir ,YYY -ig: rig: MY 'I isrr W-4' Y su MAY - Miss Bt-Il: --LIIYL' mr .1 scntciicv with .1 Inisplzicrtl iiiutliiicrf' R.iIpI1 Vvfg "NNE ruth' .ilung thu Iwzicli IUUIQIIIQ fm' PCIICIIIIF on Iiursc I1.lcI4,u HAYNES GARAGE Cevicml Alun Iicptnring Battery, Igmtwn Suwzcc ANc:ial.1's 17S-I 4784 XNIII'I"I'IIiIi Lus Axuisiras, BLVD, Cu.uf. I CALVIN ART SHOPS I , YSIJSGSIII Vv'ii1'l"i1iiR Bun. ' ANn,111.i's WN I Kodak Fmislmig Fmmcx , Art Giits Pictures u Greeting C,'zu'ds Stationery , . . , Yvuiim' Mgf.o1'r1i1t'Ixs KIUIIIIIIIUII mt supciiluuusz HSlIIIk'I'I-Illlilli is .ui uxcrss ui tw' muuli. Guy Vs' 3 "IMI yuu Imw juuiii' Ii.m' .,.. cut. Dave NI.: "Nu, I xx'.isI1vLI Il .mtl il SIIIHIIIILU Um' Himtircti FII-IVX"fII'H J. Com plimcnts of B. RANSCM Corporation Developers of MONTEBELLKH PARK MONTEBELLO PARK GOLF CLUB BANIJINI GAINSBOIIRGH HEATH STAR RCCF CCMPANY Dealers in ROOFING PAPER ROOFING CEMENT ROOFING SI-IINGLES ROOFING GRAVEI. 3960 S. Grand Avenue HUMBOLT 0801 Hundred Fiftyfthree ll V R Meet me at-RR NYAL SERVICE- + THE PALMER DRUG C0. , Brmg your girl in and 15 get E glass of wld water 4, 1 ,u , N , l KERN AND WHITTIER ANGELUS 7900 r L.-Y ,V -4 ,s,,--- ,',- I ,,.- ,-.1 , - 1 ff: Y TS-1 7 -A-Af i' f ll ll ll R In Apprcclatiml of Your l W l , M Compliments of fl Support Durmg flu' 1+ Q , ,N ,N E Past Tear l ll ,A 3 3 FRENCH if SON, INC. 1' ,I lr 1 x WESTERN H CONFECTIONEKS l, 1 FUNERAL DlRlic:'mRs l 1 W l, x ,l ASSCJCIATICDN R Known for Service ll CHRISTUl'HliR C.xNm' Cn, ' 1' Nj l N ' Y! 1 CLOVER LEM" CHor1uL.-xTEs l, ANUELUS 0198 r M r 1 1 R . - . f ., w E4 AI HUFFMAN CANDY CU- N601 East Flrst Strut ,N L15 Angeles, Californian ,N , GEU. W, Lmm' Cxxm' Co, X N , , , ' R ,H f., Y J ,-f--- El' , ,Y f ,-,A-f ,f .jg 1' :L if A AY f 'A Af f 'Y' J 'gif' A l l FRANK BELCHER I w' x I 'l Welcomes you ll 1 W to l' HOLLENBECK PARK One HlL71d7Ell Fzftyffuu Y. Suv " W Qggx gt-5 D' f- 5 L: nm mm' mm- mu- -u up-4 -E -we-1 ,.Iv..-.A-. mu cn ww. 'mm I' xv, ' ...........I Aww- CLUB PINS AND CLASS RINOS Q mmm SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS iii- - 'Sin ' Designers at your service Q We invite you to use them aw- 1. A. MEYERS E3 oo., INC 822 So. FLOWER STREET ............ LOS ANGELES R? Famous for College jewelry 'mm' 'N , If Q-xl mf? If ' 'Q K ' 'Y' "Q john S.: "Say, whats the Idea of I - - sw , - ' wcarmg my ram coat? The Offzmal Id Melvin M.: 'We1I, I've got your suit ' WI on and I didn't want to get it wet." Rooter Cap W' Q C0-ed Hat Mr. Best: "What is steam?" X' with the new Dale H.: "Water gone crazy with WI ' the heat." 1. BULLDOG ' A I. L .-LL, , . I L we 'N XI It Pays to 'Trade at Now AT YOUR I I STUDENTS STORE THE FIRST STREET STORE 3640-42 E. FIRST ST. Satisfaction Guaranteed or H INC. 'Your Money Refunded 14 It LL- I L, ., . One Hundred Fiftyffive h 4 QfQ9n ATHLEUC HJHPMENT x . V Y N N W ' -l-R.Xl'k ,xx1wL.Yx1 llxlmkxis SXYl'.X'Ix SHIRTS mn f,llrX'l'S 'X Fl-,lgr L1-"I"1'r-.Rs xxlw l1M1sLliMs A'llliI.l'f'lllE Sunnis ' we rv.m- Slzlurduy: .U I D751 Lf E1'a'Tvll11Hg fm' lmlmlr' mul Uzmlom' Sjwrlx 138-140-M2 SOUTH MAIN ST vm mms ww won nw.. ...umm n u xx ox ml nw. ml .owl Shakespeare didn't own il Clothing Store but . . . POLONIUS advised his sou Laertes, fin "Hamlet"j "costly thy habit as thy purse affords ...for apparel oft proclaims the manll' Polouius was really voic- ing a wonderfully wise man's opinion on the value of Good Appearance! fpesmondg MEXICANOS - w l'11lmq1m'u l ds. l.l cl.lS.l l:llllk'l'lll Llc y ulwlrmlmn P7 LJEFERINQ RAMIREZ Pr: ml ll ual Eu 'ummm lflrgqm ll l Vclmlmlrm Sx'l'VlClu l..1 jmmcml Hull uxtlllnlwlxllly wx Los 1'X7l'L'lL'.iLlL'NAlU IWW L -U49 llwuklymm AN 015 11 b w 1 4 w w I I I Ll ClRl'Il'kNIlXXk TRINHY mm EASTERN YVHULESALE GRUCERY CO. Vxfllolcsalu Grm'urs Los ANGELES. CTALI F Om' llluulvml I"1j1,x w I N N 1 +I MX GARRANZA Y lf WHOLESALE CARRANZA BATIHIING SUITS , TENNIS RACIQETS - I l GYM CLOTHING l I Divectoves de Funerales O I at I , ,I ' Mexmmos , I' ADAMSGOODMAN ' I ll Co., INC. SPORTING GOODS N X I 261 N- FORD BLVD- l 1041 NCJRTH BROADWAY . ANGELUS 6198 ' 1, VJESTMORE 4477 l l E E S e-, ,LI L . - - ,Ae SS Teacher: "Why do the bells ring ' V' i Y Af' Y Y On Christmas?" IN C. R. LOUCKS L. A. MAXON Clyde T.: "Because some One is pul ling On the rope." 'l 1 THE BELVEDERE GIFT SHOP . " ' h Las " "HOW are you getting On at school, Gifts T at t CeOrge7' "Final We're learnin I words Of four , L STREET CALIF cylinders now," WE'RE STILL AT THE FOOT But Many Say We're at the Top Because We Carry the Latest Styles AT THE LOWEST PRICES GROSS SHOE OO. 4630 Whittier Boulevard I. B. COLEMAN, Manager One Hundred Fiftyfseven , 3646 E. FIRST LOS ANGELES, CH 3523 CH. 3997 J. C. Mm:H1i1.L AND M. SNYDER COTIITLICIOTS and Builders 4464 Whitticr Boulevard ANu1il.l's 70?-4 937 Sunol Drivc IHS? Cgnlzona EDDY I! Mr. Lucpvr: "NVlmt IS the must mmxnun cnmluctur ut' ulccL1'1c1tyf"' Iguufs WL: "Vv'hyfu1'f- Mr. Lccpurg "Curruct. mm' what IS Ll common um! uf 11xu.m1ru111cut of ch-ctrlclty jzurncs VJ.: "The what, sir."' Mr, Lccpcr: I-cTLll'I'L'Cf.u Cmnplmxcnzx nj' LANES LUNCH ROOM F1iTT15R1,v .-uw W111':"1'1fiR The shgulcs ut' night xwrc f-.IHIIIQ fast: A foul Qtcppml un ll and Hcxx' put A crash! HU dlul wltlmut ll rmlnd. Thcy upcmml up 1115 hc.1Ll .xml fouml Excvlslm. Ohcstcr Tummy -luhxmw BONNIE BEACH MARKET WYIILIICXMIC mmf Iltffdll Fruztx and Vcgctufvlcx GfUL,L,7Ali'N 4278 Wl11tticr AN 5613 "ll Puyx In lmvk YVCIIM 0. K. BARBER SHOP 4iSUVv'H11"l'Il-R Los AN1:Ial.:as Bun, C.xLl1f. MARKS POULTRY MARKET FORD AVENUE GENERAL STORE Y I PoL'1.'mY I, VJ11-Iss, Prop. FRESH Em: as RMSMTSK Form BLVD. M17 WI .tt AN MW Bctwccn Brcwklyn :md Duzicr y m 11 xcr -- l Ona Humfrcd Fifzyfcxght .,. " ' "' 'V l 4 l GOLDEN GATE DRUG STORE ' Full line of 1, l DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET PREPARATION, PERFUMES, ETC. 1+ ., We have the I Best of T lr SODAS AND ICE CREAMS li 'T i' T J. LAMBERSON D. J. GILLIS I, AL Y Y Y Y Y V A Y V A f Y R 1' ' YY Y LA- Y Alhert Mutoz UI think I'll commit I suicide." 1- Dave Mahler: "All right, hut dOn't 1: Home of forget to turn Off the gas when yOu'rc ACE HIGH through. MALTED MILKS I V Mr. Fellows: 'xWlierc was the Declan' 4433 Whittier Boulevard ration of Independence signed?" W ANgeluS 9138 Frank D.: "At the hottomf' I 1,-, , A Compliments of 'KHARLEYH "ROBERT" BAKER BIGGS 1226 SO. ALMA ST. ANGELUS 8194 One Hundred Fiftyfnine U Coon SERVICE I NORMANS TAILOR l I I ,I Wu Satlsfy Our Customers TRY US AND BE CONVINCBD Jfbf-YD V 4545 WHITTIER BLVD. ANCIELUS 3448 L LL L I H. S. DOWNS-JEWELER It Pays to Trade Hcrc 4602 WHITTIER BLVD. ANGELUS 7091 IV-11 4'-'-'i' -A " 'S-g -'-'-' -7 -'S-1 'S I I JOHNSON AUTO SUPPLY CO. All Vvhrk Guaranteed PISIUN UIIINIIINII I'Is'mN PIN FITTING ALIIQNINI: Runs Q 765 ATLANTIC BLVD. ANGIILUS 2035 Om' Hxmdrcd S t 1 i Amgmmmmvigmwwmg, 2 W HONEY NUT BREAD Made in all varieties and 2 Used by the L. A. City Schools S 2 Q Q Bakers of 5 3 BARUCH MILK BRAN BREAD 2 Z S BARUCH M.-xRsHMEL1.ofToAsT LOAF 2 I and I Z GILBERT THAYER BREADS 3 5 Q Baruch Baking Co. E 2 Mfluality goes in before the Name goes on" E S 3545 Pasadena Avenue CApitol 5770 Q LOS ANGELES O Hundred Sixtvfone HOXV MUCH DOES IT COST YOU TO SPEND-5100? ANSWER 5100 Down and S4 ii 'Ycar For the Rust of 'Your Lift' Every dollar you spend has an invisible string of pennies attached to it. This string of pennies reaches up through the years. They represent the interest money which that dollar would bring you, if you saved it instead of spending it. Think of that when you spend money. Start a savings account now with our bank and make you money earn more money in iterest. 6 BELVEDERE STATE BA K 4591 WHITTIER BOULEVARD One Hunilrctl Si I I :fr to "rr sro E i SEVENTH AND FABER 1 OLIVE f ' 8181 il L T, N Football Equipment T . V A 1L 6 ' , l. ,f It more than meets the requirements of the game. It is a silent teamfmzite stands the gaff because it is Correctly 'I N designed and made right. You will find the task of se- lecting the right equipment for yourself or your team W Q made as easy as possible at DYAS'. Our equipment is Y. very complete from whistles to helmets--secure yours at A 'x DYASY ll Q LowER STREET FLOOR 4, I I Ti fr I 6 A' J f' f ' Y 'l""l ' 6 ix Doo Toos PET SUPPLIES ,N l, , LILYfAN FILM SHOP fu D. E. MCGUFFIN fi The Pet Store of the East Side W V y li 24fHoiw Service i SEED FEED i 4619 WHITTIER ANGELLIS 650 MARGARITE ST W BLVD. S406 W ' W Y -vi V if if 7771 l STEVENlS MARKET The rain it falleth on the just And also on the unpust fella Whe7e only Fresh M t. d Ve enables But mostly on the just because ea S an g . 11 Are Sold The unjust steals the lust s umbrella. WN 4929 WHITTIER ANGELUS H BLVD. 765 6 One Hundred Sixtyftliree QL'.u,l'l-x Slakvlfzla NATURES BEST MILK and CREAM Furnished U.1rhclLl High Sqhml hx' HENRY CREAMERY C 0 r p 0 r a tio n uybciv iii CSU GS? il-B f-EJ fl? Puweymx of HENRY'S IRRESTIBLE ICE CREAM k?Z'3CT1'JL?5fXS7 E, xf Lf-YBJQIF 1639 N. Main St. CAPITOL 5720 One Humircd Sur! j + 1 K 4 ,E W - i . -,4 QL 1- . , 7 1 Lf Y ff 1 Al One Hundred Sixlyjivc 2 f 1 Y Cownplivncnts of DAY E USIC CU. NVhere you can buy such Nationally Known Radios us: ATWATER KENT RADIOLA SPARTAN MAJ ESTIC KoLsTER Wagga Planos-dGmnds-Uprights--Players 63:59 Rfxmo SERVICE-The bcst in Los Angeles 4633 WHITTIER BLVD. ANGELUS 5963 One Hundred S I U IO TOWEL CA E CU. v' For Better Linen Service FOR OFFICES RESTAURANTS FACTORIES DRUGGISTS DOCTORS SODA FOUNTAINS 125 N. 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