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

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GERTRUDE BROWN Senior Orchesfra, Kerse, Club G.A.A., Service. JACK BRYANT Sfaqe Crrff Ornlwus Club Of- ficials Cleb Flro Brlgade Draoa. A ESPERANZA CABANILLAS Servlce, Alrlell: Cub l.cFrq Awards. W OPHELIA CABANlLLAS A"'le'l: Club Servlce. l DOMlNlC CASTFO Choral Club Ser-., C Trggr. CONSUELO CENlSEROZ ' Big 4 Cub Servlze Choral Cl.: Kersel C-:: Azrieverfer' Cl.b. 'C semlo .P fro, Howl 4 Srfrvllg- K1-rv-. ' r "Al RTO AMPARAN Sowlrf, Swell 'Cf CMI C"f la Q ,b A.-llgf-,,.s--WA Q ,r .," ' , . C rar: D Bmw ri FAITH E A'NES lf Sr'-1' C- C .r C ' C F'T'lf'i C-.' Sf' CHARLES BAKER Y C Srrr f ,Wi BlLL BAXTER Ac"lGver'6" C .C E U-- bal, '-'B' Tracr Sew :S Se' ' Ccurcrl, ERVVIN HENRY BECKMAN Sfrlcr Loc Slay Sfwlfc Car 'A" Clvcral Club. DONALD BELDEN B,A.A. Cabmev, 'B' 'H ': C' Foolball, l-ll-Y, Serv? FRANK BERNARD 'C' Foolball Gyrr' Sgrvlgf Fire Brigade, Scrvlcc. ,1 I A . A ' E BILL NG me Room Presldcnl, Aqmfgvn. mehr Club, Senior Log Slgff, Vocaliorual Orclweglra Servlggl CLOVER E. BLEICH Service, Serllor Play, Glrlg' Glfgg Club World Frlerwdslwln Club Kcrsev Club. RUTH F'AULlNE BRANDSTETTER Log Slafl, Choral Club Kgrgpf Club, Servlgry Tvplrq Ancydgv THOMAS BROCKIE Knlgbl, Hl Y, Blq 'O" ClLb Baslrelball, Tcnrls Tear". HERBERT BURNS Home Roorr Prgglggfv, Sh-all "6" Club, "B" "C a-1 D' Bdsk-:vball l,-gre-year, PATRICIA BUTLER Sewlor 'A" Aufillor, Afllrvff "col Club, Sprvlcc T.plrlq Awards Kersc, Club, N FRED CARVNHGHAN Service, Blq '4 Cp: Ngrlg Frlerldslllr Club. EnLEEN CARPENTER Leg Slaq Kersev Club, World l:'l5"'JSl'lr' Club Silver Sew:-t Ur Cboral Club. HHDED CHAYMAN Sbrwie Kerse. Ci' A71 'ref' C .c, 'fARlE CHAVEZ Nrgrlg Frlgnqgblp C .D Kn'Sf'. Cho Big "4 C,n Cvri Slee C'-c Ser-fce. HARO ,CL .,f' K' +, " f' ':fadSm"K bn 4 sw Crngfv .q CSF, MJ?" Boawffresideqk-H MARY QONDON f ' C'a'e131ne Vice-Prf's?uf:" CSF C-:, rd Sa.cf-r Cn. C. 1 Sew 1-Q PM Gmc 9-rf Cn. I-LFPED D'-.WELSCN 'E Tfazr E F1Z'L3 S'1 f' : C,C cfwesw mvswfosfi Se' 1' Lag S'a" S fer Sew 1 P' Ar' www" C .L '.:. A-was UAPOEPY DENMS CSF Lw Pff-"wr Sf' .' PJ, C'a'eJ'9 r-1g"f: PQ." pfri uf' IJJ 1 5' wusrir. C .L 1-fswfx SPE' zgwwws r C'-'.: C -L S- .' ,.J J r , -A NAFNE DWEQVE Ac' eve"-1" C.: C.:, J Sager C .L C','a:C1.:, S-, 'e J. Len:-r C .L GAA. CCNA DOERR SQ'-C' WA V-lf' p":S1l'J" Fi' Ev-ina" C'.L Ny : if-f'.1s'1:. C'-:. S ,r PJ. L-"-f C'-z, CONCHA DUENEZ GA.A S-w - Lmv., C.: A"1-' A C .L T-'Hs C -L JAMES DUPAND B :VJ C Fz.':.a' A 3': B Tm-ii A Buena E Q Cr C .L S-w - FCPPEST ELUS A E3f'L.:W' SNVVWYQ PETE EPOPKIN A F,,vr.JH Brq -1 C ,r A ' -V-'--HV Cnr, A 5.1.5- LJ' V4 Y EESSrE FAPLEY Sewrg-1 A C'. Orghf-sua S-1 Hu Ori'-?S'f3 AQHM-VD"-r' C-r. J.' -f Pfrgv-'-"f Or 1'-:evra PQBV DARLENE FESPERMAN '3's Grfe Cnc A C'. Cr. '.,,S S?'VC9 A'k 'avg' 9" C .f C'1'1 CLE. CFU? FLCPES Bq 4 C 1. Sw. V1 C' rr C .L ANSELO FORNASER CSF AJv'SQ'. B.:fz SQ' 'f 51, F"-2 B' gJ:-- ,A -' ,.,.f'. - C HCMER :FEIEFCKS S-in 39. EHEN MAWE FRCENI Az' ea'-er' C .Q S MADELINE COOK ' Senior Glrls' Service Corrrvis- siorer, Senior "B" Vice-Presl dew' Chafelairwe, Achieve-Wef' CLD Cup am: Saucer C-b Er,'eb?a' PETEP Covos ww DAQS CSF L'e Mercer S.A.A, C'a'e af'-e S-?:'-rar. Se' L' 'A Se:'e'3'v Le"e' C .: Lane' .L ." .ew ze J'5 C'z'.e GAA NNLMA DeFPATES C S S C LCUNS DrAZ Si-'f :ff Lgg Su" .1 L3 BJSEL3 CFACE DWEFFENYJNEPTH S-1' .r Pa, 3': Cnr. ' VAf'lf',N COLEMAN DCRRANCE Ai' fvQ"f'v C.r. 6,15 Gee C.L Lbrurd' Keri-er BA'-ess C .L 5311 Siwfe Pr' lJs'e' NELLIAM DRUUAS Bas-acyl Blq G Levverrfar Fve Brvqade C994 D319 Of' 1'f's'rJ Fawn: B121 EDMUND ECHEVERRVA A1Mevff"err1 CMD CSF Se' Q' BLA Cmms Orr.he.S C-:. 'C F.:,'ba5N SANTA EUZONDO Air!-we"-e'rC.r. B'q 4 C!.b Kersev Cnc Sewrze H-"-2 9.-'- Tfeasuef FPANK ESTEINOU Brq '4" Cub Dart? Cri'1:S 'rg ANL-:vevvre-ry CML Ufg,r?,- C .L L.q SHN. ' IORETTA A EUSTON Grrs Serbs? Cabr-ff Adwfv, '-e'f Cut C.r. .111 Sam:-: CML Big '-4 Cub Swv-'r S-r.r 1- PI' CMAPLES FIDROEFF A Fzsfbali L-a'V-2" 3' A Trng' LQ 5'3" Sen ie P-1: s 9. RN" are-eros' 1. JACK FLAHERTY Svgqe Myaq-fr B F 'EJ CS Sefz' ' 'CNY FOPNAS A .ww BY rg - Fl'-1 E' gg:-A B4 C C.L 5-r. - s 1 E 3 D ALO FQAWKLNN AA 9'-3519" Brq Cv .5 K' Q" CSF Beau r.' C " S CSE C--NC A 'fAR3AiE' SARC A - .war 3: 5' e'JS' L C .5 Krae- , C .2 Se' L' -Lg 5'3" Bg -1 Q C .: SQ'--1 NICDIQS DAN GARDNE S ' Achievement? ,. , i Horne Roo ' at-,,Da7re,:ff ' Orchestra, otball Btbnd. IRIS GERRELS GWENDOLYN GOIT Girls' Glee Club Presiderv, Kersey Club, Darcirq Club. MARGARITO GONZALES Acl-ievernert Club Log Stat' Choral Club, A J 'ff-A, I-.ff"'-'-yLf"if'w JOHN GOODWIN Achievement Club, Service. FRANK GRILL Knight, Hi-Y, "B" Football, Service. JAMES E, HARNETT "A" Football, Home Roo'w President, Senior Play, Track, Service. MARY LEE HARRIS Senior Play, Achievement Club, World Friendship Club Secre- tary, Letter Club Vice-President, Kersey Club. LUCILLE HEMSTREET Cup and Saucer Club President, Service, CSF, Kersey Club, World Friendship Club. EILEEN HENNING Senior Log Staff. THOMAS R. HIGGINS CSF, Service, Track, World Friendship Club, Home Room President. CHARLES HILLS Knight, Hi-Y, Senior Play, Achievement Club, Gym Serv- ice Supervisor. FLORENCE l-IUFFMAN Kersey Club, Letter Club, G.A.A., Usher Supervisor, Serv- ice. LAWRENCE HUMM Kersey Club, Achievement Club, "B" Football, Service, Fire Brigade. BILL JACKSON Orpheus Club President, Kersey Club, Senior Play, Service. MARJORIE JACOBS Kersey Club, Service, LOUISE JELKS Letter Club President, Log Staff, Kersey Club Year Bock Editor, Senior Play, Achieve- ment Club, BERTRAM JENSEN H Gy c en' Q A J 'NOV 0 idert SIX 1 I gf: G.A.A. 5 . lu, S E I N O i LESLIE-GILTZOW Sf-rvire. LATT SP Lila Mr-i-ibm, Achieve-"ent Club Senior Pla, Svlviic W..rl'1 lritr JShir, Club ROBERT OONZALES Seryize Lgg S'3'J. TONS' ECNZALES A ara B Basvvca' A yu E Tfatv Sf-wie F'-2 Bfqaue. LORRAINE HAMUD C'a'ei3i'e Presi:-ef' Ac'ieve- 'rec' Cru: President Bow: ct Cgvwiggiofers Auv sor. Beau, Go J Serviie F". EUNICE HANKEY CSF Lle Meecer Puciizw Czhwissiorer Se'io' P31 Se 'tor Log Stab, Crateaire Eoneciat MARGARET HEALY Senior P.ay Achiever'-rt Club, Letter Club Secretary World Frierdship Club Kersey Club. LOUISE I-IEISE CSF, Criatelaine TriY Kelsey Club, Service. BARNEY HERRERA OrpheuS Club, 'C Basketball, Worla Friendship Club, Service. " and "D" DENNIS HICKS Choral Club Vice-President World Friendship Club, Serv- ice, 'B" Football Manager, Big "4" Club. PAULINE HILLS Senior "A" Treasurer, Achieve- rnent Club, Kersey Club, Girls' Glee Club, Typing Awards. KENNETH JOHN HOLZMAN Radio Club, Public Address Systerr, Achievement Club. EUGENE HUNT Big 'G' Club. PEARL ISOM Home Roorn President Service 6.A.A., Girls' Glee Club. RALPH JEFFERY 'B' Trac: Marager Orpheus Club Al Ctr Chorus Service. MARK Jnsrso serve JIMENEZ I Se' :r Barn Serv. LAWRENCE JOHNSON Servce Fire Bffqa:-e C'o'a' C'.L B Traci. ROBERT JONES Achlevewefr C,b 'BH Trad Le?fer"ar B.A.A. Vrce'Pre-sI- den' Servlce. JEAN JUDD A:"'a-ve"-V' CLE CSF Sew' ze Kerse, C,L. f VELVIN KETLI Sew in A Ur J'-I LIN E , Em me ' E '- GLENN KLEIN C3:'E'9'-3 Serfie T'J:-r, ELArNE rwcrr E Kerse. C ,L Set'e':a'r Sew At' Prf:"'?" C,L CL""f:' A,-.aus Ore Sbwzr- C:L' KACJPU KUMAI CSF Erasure" CSF Lrr-e M:-'r ber C'J'e'3"e A3'rQve"fArr CML Pre-SHP" Bur: rf Cf," r-rss Vers EL'-:L af, GRACE LEFFLER AL'-21e"e'V CILL Sf-'far PJ. CLL :vi Saucer C ,L CMH- IJVD Semi:-'-. KATHERINE LILLIE Gold Service Pi' Cn, and Saucer CML Brq '4 CML, A:.r.everrer9 CILL. CLEVON LLOYD Brq 4 CIM, Pws"1"" AC"7:v9"e'v CML INr,r'1 Erie' JS'IL CML Prfesru-:N CSF Cy." C LL. ' I I 1 0-ff 1 'f : I ff 1 '. LEONARD Luwrrm ,I df' 4 Kfiqhv N A S S Prnsiaerr ' I-MY Tr-:asa-Sr BAA C,brr,fAf 'A ALJ B 54sre"LJl li-' we-rr' y EDININ MALONEY A F,,rLJ A Tr, . gi., .. LOUISE IJARSWALL KerS9r C ,L Af -M --L' C ,L Sew To LC S MARTIN few-f. C ,L Cnr: C .L Et". 73, BESSIE N'A'S.JC C':'i- 3 'L' Se' Mg SU" GL J Sew 3-S 3 ' LNG' C ,L Ai' ew-" Q" C ,L WAY MQATEER v'v,' : F' QLJSL L C .L ,-2' , -gg Su" S--'Jga ifi T L.C, ',E ffsff. C .L IA 'JAE MLM -LAW Az' e.e"f" C ,L Ke'sQ. C ,L Wy: E'e':s'L C,L L.g L... Q, r, NCRA NLNAMARA Sen gf Kws-. C -L, ARDELLE KAY Kersey CIub, Service CI'woraI Cwb. EDWARD KEISER Rail: CMD PUIJIILQM Manager! Gr" Cr..b Choral Club Serv- ,fp ELSIE KING Ai"-eve"e" C ,L Sew T.:- Ifg Awafzs Kerse. C,L A"- r e": C ,:, FEAR-, K.RCL4CvESSLER Ac' ef-e"e'f C15 'rlyg F' e':s' L C ,L Ke'se. C ,L Leu? C ,L C'3'e 3 'e, JULIA KOSAREEF CSF, Le"-2' C,L Tr' V Seve 'an A, C", C':',s Ng- 3 Fr'ff'ds"L C ,L. HENRY KPEUTZER id 4 C,L G." C,L if B' :gate 'C Trai. -4,--L PW-sue". LARRY LESTER B Bas-f9'LJi L-e"ffr"y Pre Brrqnuf-, Bars Cmus Sezre IBN. CL'.'Jr CLD Servrie. Lours LESTER .-.Y - . 44A-LD armaauri ISABEL LORC-E Kersey CMD Adria-ver'ew Sfrmor PIM, ROBERT LORING AC'rfeve".errf Club, Gyrr, CIULJ, Chr: Crut, Sewlie. FREDERICK MAMEY Serwce Kersm CILD. JOWN MANNING rC',b Af Dr-:"e1' CIDD Swrpr Bri S'f'r',' OrLVwS'rJ S-:rv-in V, J' gl Or:Ef-svn. NORA ELAINE MARTINET Kf-rser C ,L C':':s C ,L Uris" 3 S6-wr:-E. DONALD IJASON Sv' L' ' A Hr," 9 RLLH Frei' xv" SPN in Y4jJ','J O' ' ' "1 Cr," C ,L Lf-"er" 3' BERNARD M1C,ANAHA'SI At' Aw' C ,L Ifinee. J if- 325 rf!" Ser. ,P EZANCES VZWNWEV S' ,' Q.g E:'Z' CLJ3 C ,L :MS 29" Ai' Qenf' C ,L Se' L' C'i'QS": Sw, 1-1 UAF CN MENS v - CSE Ai'L.e"e" C.: Lf C Tw:- ECBEV MFEULER SEVEN ELNVNN C, MEYEP f Baer: Q4 C,""rssr,'ers S XAyY' M, Pu, PM Buggy, J, V - C"-1' CSF C:r.'1S-Hvif' P' 'y EUGENE MEZO91 C F.L'r.:a' fwfi Uftyh-Ln, D cw' H A . ,,,,f,,.. f - .XX 'ii 24 if rdfifr r.'CNT,rg,'fiP' A r H.-"f-" C .L rl-'sn ' C.L, J'1S:, -r C .L ' C." 3 Afwvzs JCHM VCCFE 3 C ,:. F- Bun-1.4 Ju E Tu v CSF FUSE Crffffwff Au .-"-" C ,L K-'S-, C .:, P-,-r.1'q S- r-'Jn CSF S-w - frAA NOLANL MCRQAN H-"-2 Rug" Uresjw' A Terr S L-HW'-r' ga' WJI1 Fr -'J SML, CSL Kms-v CSL Of :. ,:C.L, TCSHI NAKASHVMA Aarrlevfr--rvC1uL K-rs-, C .r, Swvich ANNETTE NEER Smrvrwam Awams Krfrsrfv Cm: Achlfw-"i-r' C ul, Swvrcr- JUANITA NORMAN Chafelairwex Usher Ks-rss. C .113 CSF Achieverwerr CML, LVLLIAN OCHOA Chow! C1ub Big 4' CMA: Servrze Canvarr ' 4 f' X LAURENCE OVERLEY Service. " ANGELA PADILLA Kersev Clut. Wpriq Vrle'Jshlru CWub Brq 4 CML AQ'u+-v- r' 5-'Y CML. WESLEY PAULSEN ' Servrce. MARCVELNNA PENA Ache-re" ef' C..n Brq '4 C .L Vrzv Presqer' Kersf-, CLC GAA W,r J F"-VJ sfir, Cnc, APLENE PHNPLWS Servrce Grrs Gee- C-: Ore Cmrus CJ. :wJ S3-:er C -L ARLETTA ROSE DVERCE Kefse. C .L Se' :I Orirfs ra f Ser-'iff T,:.'q yi S'.,r".,': Amarzs CYRNL POPEPSZK' F re E' Qillf CHWS 9O9CV'CH r Lag S'3'4 A ?LI,'CJ A T'3:r Sf-f. :-2 S-2' gr Lgq 5'1" S E N I O DORIS MILLAP ACN-2vPr'Qr" C .:, Vx, Awarj S-:rum-1 wmv Mousow A LW---Q Q ,L K-rw y..r, .. rn'-NUEL MQ-VE'-1 AJ ef-"-2" C .L ' 59, Yu POBEPT MORENO Ai' meme" C .L S- I'-'L3 Trai' NA' MCRTEMSZF K-frsf-. Cut, in-s -" A C Ori!-SW: AQ' Qv-'Q-" CJ., 'warg F"-2' 15' L C ,L L-' Cum. CONCETTA MOTTOLA Cc"rr-ercfaf Awarns A:'re. "ew Cruz Letter Cub Segr-r 'arv Kersev CML Sw:-r Sew me Prr., DORIS NELSON CSF Lire MF"C?f Cui, J J Saucer Clur. Presraenv Cm: News VI:efPres3o-err Gm: Serv ke Pr' WJNJ FrIe'JS'r:. Club Epmebiarr, PHILLIP NELSON Big "G" Club Orpheus CMAQ VFcefPresIden0! Senior Log Surf Home Room Presiaem A and "B" FOOQCGM. ARTHQR ORTEOA A ard C Trac' Cr: s Couwrv HLY Sari:-3 War Prienasnip Cum. PHYLLIS OSULLVVAN Service, Kersev Club A:hlrs.r wen? Club. AMINA PALACJOS Service, Tvnrrq Awaras Kar sev Ciun Biq 4 Cnc. GEORGE PANTON Srr.aH "6'.Crub A an B Trad Frre Brrgau-2 Sir. ICP OSCAR PERDONC Log Sw", Traf- RUTH PERFECT Biq 4 Cruz: War 1 Frrerur SML CMA: G A A Serif Girls G12 C:,L, WrLUAM PMKERTON Crrmen C.L A 3 Try: Cfsf C' "r, S uf ' 2' Fug B gnu A C M L ONZO ARR W Hd F7 F C .ah em- Ln S' v E M' if ' A s A li ,fx 1 ,, J MARGARET PRATT Sr ve' Serv .-f -" Yfrsg. C ,L Cz" "ef: 3 Angus JOHN FENCE Or:.'e-s C .:. JOHN RAIGOZA Svudem Bodv Vlcerpr-3sI:1enlNBIq "4" Club Presldenf, Achleve- Club, World Frlefvdship Club 'AN Track and Foofball. HERLINDA RAMIREZ Glrls Glee Club A- . , . Cl b SDrvl'e W' ,, Qfaffnf ,, , , J J Ffe' J EV: C -L 3 :J 4 C .L TfeJs.f-f IMLDRED RANSOM Gold Sew ae P' GAA PWS fue" B:a': :.' C5""'Ss-:'e's C'a'ea"e CSF. NARGAPET PEAV C.: avi Sa..:f:f C-: V-fri Frle':s": C-: Sew :ff 3 fs See C-: C':': C.: f f 4' V PENEE Poaqams N,.1F'e,sl,.C..,K.. M 56 C C C-: Gif ef- -: .' wJ Sa,iL' C-: Swfif- V I POBEPT PCJBEFTS K':VSf'v C .L F ' fffi-H" . C rf ' 0 f ANNA BELLE ROSEN Agllevenef' Cub Senlte 9 f gr LCQ 5'3" Chai' Cl-: EEPNARD ROZZEN Azhlevenef' Ch: Sew if- SQ 'lm Lcq Ass:c'a'e Ex ',' Stage C' -' E'-2i"'i 3' ALICE SCHICKEL Glpe CILL Danlfq C -b, Kw- sey Club. DORGTHY SCHLEMLUN Kemp, C'-L Sf-wma-, HOSE SEPULVEDA Curvllvlevclal Awami Aclllevn welll Club Blq "4 Club Ka-r se, Cn.: WMM Ffl-'1s'llx, Club HEANOR SHANK Sf-rlL,r Loq Su" W:f1 Fvlfffx Slug, Club A5"7QvH"D" C.: Cup. .1'xSJ-'-f CM.: WCHAPD SILVER Ofbheus CH.: Oli? als C .5 Radl: Cla: Shin A PJ, Servlge CHARLOTTE SKQUEIDO Wav 1 FFS-'JS'll: C-: Kf-'sa Cl.: Ai' ww-A" C .L r-ALE Shflllrl Cuz: C ,:. S-w '-1. PFVMCJND SVll'4 H."-2 R:L" Vessaf' S' 3 3 C ,: A B V: 2 Bas--'ca CSC N.. 'J'-2 U-'V L,-2' Ai' 9'9"-3" C .: AL SONN A Ryze L 'QWJ' H-W Rez" Pe: Je" Q-1' .' A 71:1 EELJCAH -CHNSCN STE:-'EN SCN S+' L' C'i'es": A Cn C' "Hina K-rse. C .5 CQ: iv. 3-F MARTIN RAMIREZ Ac"leve"e'f Cl.: Cross Cam' 'r. "A V1 B Vac' Sew- 'Ce Wx' 'i FC-E"'jS'-F. C .:. J'CTOPlA PAMlPEZ Czfn' C-: Sf'i'f-'y. S'-'. 1:- ' '-:AF l,:."1 A.N:':S F" l C Ar. l . , 5 ' HAP' WENTEP A X Ng 1 1' Q' 15' :K C .L Kass. r- Y 53 4 f - 3 V K X :...' 4 -... . Jr-r .- .L CEC . A 5 IEP!-. GAA LQ--Q ' - C KVS2, C.: " C .L 'I 4 9. 'fE'.Ev E12 Ufffr'-VE Ci: 7-" f C .:, 1 FSC. , .nm , lu, .EfJf "C'iC,J'.LC ,-.,,,J,,.,,,.. CL Cues C.."'. 1 .Mfrs A wasp 5, --- Q .L X 5' gap- CU- .' lf'-LLP PUSSELL L-qE:'.' CSF E.: .'C.' ,, SS 4,,,,S l,,.,,,, , Q, J., ,-, f'AULlNE CCGUV S-wr Q's fl-A C .r N.1:Vf'-'::':. C .r CAPMEN SELEDON A 'l-vwwlf' C .L Wg : Pv'f"1S'Lf C .:. 3 q 4 C ,:. V, A A 9-w. NORVAL SMANK lEPl?APD fll- L1 s C .1 C g.. ,, f H, Q, , Ml' l lf f- P ' rf'-2. ' llg V ", My l-. x I .7 5,AnAAAff' ,HULL Al! 'SLSMN SH' .' 5 if' V4 Y :Mi U.. 5 J .3 1' 1 'J.:S--' ' N1 A I 2 E: T'lLCPA Sv'Tr+ Aka-A-"C.:, "1 C,: V-'S-. C .L " Q EM E.1AEE"f CQ' Ac: Q F - 1 1' . X ',J . , lvllr- - ' 'L AMEN 5' ::'l A . Ayr. -HV-L Q- N.. .., , ' '-' S'E.E'-5 2 Q' C, ' f' , .x A N I IQ S Vice-Presideril, Vocational Acliieverrierit Club, Orchestra Conductor, Senior Band. VELMA STUART Home Room Presidect Orrihe-.s Club Accocipariist, All CH, Orchestra, Achievf-'rf-ar Cul Senior Orchestra. LORENE E. TAYLOR Senior Play, Drama, VIRGINIA TETRO Kersey Club, Service rrert Club. MARGARET TOBIN Achievement Club, Service Kerv Sey Club, Board of Commissicr- ers, Student Body Secretary. MANUEL VALDIVIA Arriev Service, Achiever'-ent Club CSF, Big "4' Club, DON VINCENT Fire Brigade Junior Chiel. WILBUR WALKER Fire Brigade Secretary Kersey Club, "B" Track. MITSUKO WATANABE Kersey Club, Girls' Chorus. OSAM WATANABE Service, Gym Club. DOROTHY WILKINS ARTHUR WILLIAMS Service, Gym Club, Home Room President, Vocational Or- chestra. BETTY WOOD Service, G.A,A., Tri-Y, Cup arid Saucer Club, Kersey Club. MARIAN WOODS Service, Choral Club, Kersey Club. OPAL YOST Girls' Glee Club, Secior Log Staff, Service. FRED YOUNG Service. I AMELIA ZEREDA Service, Choral Club Kersei Club. TEN KATHLEEN SUGIMOTO CSF Life Member, CSF Secre- tary, Chalelaihe, Big "4" Club Secretary, Worlo Friendship Club. MAY TAKAHASHI Achievcrrwril Club, Hall Serv- icrw Superinterdent, Big '4' Club Girls' Service Cabirel, World Frierrisrip Club EUGENE THETFORD Fire Brigade, Achiever .evil Club, Service Cariain Hall and Gym Service. MAROUERITE THORNTON Choral Club, Achieverrierit Club ESTELLE VELARDE Chatelaire, Cup and Saucer Club Vi:-efpresidenf, Service Achievement Club, Horre Room President. WILLIAM VICE DONALD WALTERS 'IB' arid "C" Traclr, Radio Club President, Gym Club, Service, Achievement Club. HIROM WATANABE Service, Gym Club, Salet, Pav trol. JEWELL WEISSINGER Service, Kersey Club, Cup and Saucer Club Girls' Glee Club, BOB WILGER "A" and "B" Basketball, Big "G" Club, Home Room Presi deril, Home Room Vice-Presb dent. Baseball Manager. RUSSELL WILLIAMS Traclr Manager, Safety Patrol, Service, ALVIN WIND Service, Radio Club, 'AN Foot- ball, ALFRED YANEZ Service. JOE YARAS Radio Club Secretary-Treasurer, Gym Service, CSF, Achieve- riierir Club, HELEN YOUNG Letter Club, G.A.A. Service, Serior Log Start. EDNA 'MAE ZEHNER Service, Kersey Club Tri-Y, ghoral Club, Cup ang Saucer lub. CAMERA Sl-TY JOHN BACICH RAUL CRUZ A B, C, Traci Radio Cup Ere Brigaze, A Football Base- ba Lefverman, Leg Sm: Gr" , Service. HARVEY DOERING Mocel C-o Offcer, Sew-ce. . CARL KIRKWOOD Neo' Sew ze S. :ervsor Sage Crew, Fire Brigade. DAVID CROSBY EUGENE CURRAN B' "G Club, N. A, S, S. fc ,r3,f-I Lora A, Su'he'lard. Miss Meme E, Goode M's SENIOR SPONSORS STANDING: Mr. George P. Diehl Mr, George W, Earl Mr. George E. Sawyer. SEATED: Mrs. Zella O. Yeung M V' iia E C 5033 Miriam M. Binge' Mrs. Y v- 9 A Basebai, B, C Eoofcai A , B Track. vu X- HOWARD ooerziiie Model Ci-:,. rzuoom-1 vwsfirzsvic ' , v s 4 -4 f , -:N ', I Q Y RICHARD vvriirirsif ' ' ' jifr M4 ' Y 1 Boa NOBLE if 'fy J l .25 X MEMORIES TO A SCRUB Chinese bells a-Tinlaling, lE!:5g?iJCnaLy?! 5? I Sfnq' 'jx ln The evening breeze. Bring baclc memories of SweeTer melodies. Memories of far-oTf China As The sun wenT slowly down, And The Temple bells were ringing ThroughouT The orienfal Towns. EILEEN HENNING SPRING BEAUTY The Trees are genTly swaying To The music oT The breeze, The birds are sofTly singing Their sweeTesT melodies. The sun is smiling benignly Upon The earfh below, And all of naTure's gifTs Lovelier seem To grow ln The Springfime. EILEEN T-TENNING Tenderly you seem To fling On some one's Toe. ln a group you always cling Darfing To and fro. Always waifing for The ring To grin and go. Like a flower fasf asleep BuT never so, Dreaming of Things To aspire. Always be iT so. Ohl scrubby scrub, liTTle lass, Why do you flee? We seem To hear you pass Before we see A wee liffle puf'fing scrub Running from Three. WhaT is hidden from your class? The sun l Tear. Buf you never fail To pass A subiecf clear. Wifh all your fau:Ts, alasl You are very dear. -LEONARD LUMPKIN A LAST WORD E The members of The graduaTion class of Summer T937 express our regref af breaking class associafions and friendships formed wiTh Teachers and pupils here aT Gar- field during our high school years. When we leave here, we shall Talre wiTh us pleasanf memories and high ideals which will linger with us always. BuT even while our hearfs are full of sorrow aT The Thoughf of leaving, our eyes are Turned Toward The fufure wiTh iTs many advenTures upon which we are abouT To embark. As The years go by, we will frequenTly experience wifhin us a Teeling of silenT graTiTude To some Teacher or classmafe who aT The righT Time gave us encouragemenT and helped us To carry on and To succeed. You, our successors, The Senior 'B's" are ready To fill our vacanf places as you finish your lasT lap of high school as we filled The places of Those who preceded us. You are now The leaders of Garfield. We lcnow ThaT you are pre- pared To accepf This responsibiliTy. We charge you noT To beTray The TrusT placed in you. And as we say a lasf fare- well, we will wish you good luclc and success. rv H DONALD MASON L Presidenf of The Senior Clegg ELEVEN ,Q X -""'--.. S1 '-,,.4--P? .1 ,IA ,EYKT lx "11 'sf Y w-gpg-ln' 'NT if 1' -...ac DRAMA- SCNG UF MY HW-rf Q LOGUE 5 Tull S NANC A F55 S JF 1 IN THEIR VW' YGUNGER DAYS Baby pictures '1 ., .-.- Nu F ' W , Q ' 1 W - - , - - ,- .. . A pi 'F SAE' 7'.',7E': fn,- A F! P! 'n-g-' L4 f I--3 f--,, C A S":.f':' H A B "3 A 3 559.gif 'IA ' 1 r r 4 gf. 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IA 1, n.. w rw , 14, U, ff, f H- Mr ORIGINAL STUDENT LITERATURE DURING SUMMER I937 TI-IE I-IINDENBURG Through The black sTormy nIghT Flew The gIanT Hmdenburg The prIde oT a naTIon s buIldIng mIghT KepT Tune To The ATlanTIc s song AnoTher TrIumph Tor man' From BerlIn To The greaT New York' The zeppelln had abouT compleTed ITs span BUT TaTe yeT rode The Hlndenburg Her nose pOIS6d To Touch The moorIng masT Never dId The capTaIn or crew SuspecT ThaT Thus would be The lasT OT a naTIon s prIde The Hmdenburg Screams and a bursT oT Flame Now all ThaT IS leTT oT The d rglble ls ashes and a TwIsTed Trame And memorres oT The HIndenburg ROY SPAULDING MOUNTAIN Oh' Thou grand and solemn mounTaIn So Torever grand and solemn Purple wITh dIgnITy way ouT ID The dIsTance Always solemn always dIgnITIed Always complacenT and composed WheTher IH The awakenIng oT sprIng In The summer s heaT or dreary auTumn season WheTher IH The bleak oT wInTer s snows Even IT Thou arT solemn and complacenT ThroughouT The cenTurIes oT PGSSIHQ years Thou hasT beauTy Thou hasT beauTy EverlasTIng raresT lIvIng beauTy BeauTy everlasTIng and raresT IIvIng Because Thou hasT resIsTed The scorchIng heaTs ThaT have baked Thy crusTs To dITTerenT colors FROM A SOUL OF MUSIC As she saT There soTTly shrouded n nIghT Tme s dusky veIl The embers Trom The TIFSPIGCG shed TheIr glow And her ouTlIne In The darkness edged by IIghT so sTrangely pa e Seemed lIke a phanTom spIrIT loaTh To go As she saT There aT The organ and her TIngers TelT The keys The musIc senT a npple cross The room As IT grew In Tender volume TII The chords rolled TorTh wITh ease ITs glory and ITs splendor TIlled The gloom IT Ted The hungry embers wITh The passson oT a soul ThaT had learned To lIve and love and lose IT all And The Tlames roared up IH madness Trom The darkesT blackesT hole And The beauTy oT TheIr brIghTness burnT The wall And The hearT oT gIrl and organ came TogeTher In The swell WITh a glorIous blended anThem Trom each core Then The musIc slowly Taded and The TIrelIghT dred as well For The room was much Too Tull To hold IT more So she saT There wITh her soul subdued and all The playIng s passron dImmed BuT sTIlI The musrc and The embers shed TheIr glow TII IT as a subTle rnpple Through The dusky nIghT TIme skImmed And The phanTom spIrIT played There loaTh To go DOROTI-IEA SARGENT TEST PILOTS LIFE A TesT pIloT s lITe IS a dangerous one He wIll Take oTT a shIp ThaT has never been Tlown JusT To see wheTher or noT IT wIll Tly He wIll Take up a shIp whIch has never been Tlown He wIll barrel roll IT loop IT and dave He wIll QIVG IT a nune G and a couple oT Tlrps JusT To see IT IT wIIl survIve Now he does noT Thrnk oT The chance he Takes BuT he drmks To hIs healTh InsTead He TesTs ouT a shIp IusT To make T saTe For The ones who wIIl Tly IT perhaps when hes dead And The blowIng wInds ThaT howl Through Thy deep ravInes BOB ZARIN6 RaresT lIvIng and ImmorTal beauTy Because Thou hasT resIsTed The beaTIng raIns ThaT have Tormed rushIng TorrenTs down Thy gulhed sIdes And The bITIng cold oT wInTer s snows SPRINQ RaresT IIVIDQ and everlasTIng beauTy Because Thou hasT resIsTed TearIng blIzzards And many oTher naTuraI abuses Through The counTless cenTurIes oT passIng years Thou hasT beauTy alone In The early dawn When The sun rIses Trom behrnd Thy cresTs And accenTs Thy awaken ng Always so'emn dIgnITIed and complacenT ALEXANDER rourzreen DUARTE TIs sprmg agaln and The skles are blue The hIlls are sTeadIIy growIng green BuT here I sIT aT my desk and dream OT The counTry ouTsIde and oT Ts beauTITul hue The Tlowers are bloomung The bees are busy And The bIrds are sIngIng once more I can smell The TragranT blossoms oT The merry Trees Oh' TIs sprrng agaIn IT only I could be ouT There Too ROBERT FUGITT I ' I I T, I , ' - ii - . . 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A-dv-1 CALENDAR OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES IN THE SPRING SEMESTER June I Drama class osves n double a sembly a one acT play Double assembly Tor The purpose oT STudenT Body nom naT on speeches One Two Three ouT Sensor Grls Play Day STudenT Body elecT ons Speaker Trom L A J C Talks To Sensor Ayes Sensor Bees are green wsTh envy Sensor Bee Comsng OUT Day All Hs Ivlahnee dance Double assembly Tor purpose of snaugura son Junsor gsrls Play Day Sensor AchsevemenT Honor Day All CsTy Fsnals Commercsal awards assembly Commsssson ers BanqueT Sensor gsrls Farewell ParTy Boys LeTTer Club Assembly Heres The verdscT promoTson slsps ue Junsor and Sensor CommencemenT WhaT page are you on7 Ssgn msne Every one ss busy geTTsng Logs ssgned sNQAQ,yss STUDENT POETRY THE BOARD APPROVES CAFETERIA FOOD The gavel was rapped wsTh execuhve grace The Board oT Commssssoners Then Took sTs place In came Mr Wood And hss smsle boded good ITs csrcumference Traveled Three Tsmes round hss lace He exclasmed Ivlrs Green she cooks all our Tood I-las asked us To ascerTasn wheTher sT s good She has senT us some now Some pses and some cow To scorn sT I m sure Twould be Terrsbly rude Scorn a hamburger luscsous and warm sn Ts bu 7 Scorn a pse Trom wh ch sweeT sT cky Th ck su ce does run7 They consumed Them wsfh ease And Thesr palaTes d d Tease For more And unansmous sancT on was won EUNICE HANKEY TWEN PORTS UNKNOWN TO YOU Way oul sn The ocean near The horszon blue Have you ever waTched a shsp saslsng To porTs unknown To you7 Now Ive always had a hankersng To sasl away on shsps lske T aT To sasl away To porTs unknown and perhaps never To come ac Now ld lske To sasl To Chsna and ld lske To see Japan Id lske To see a hundred porTs The whole world ld lske To span BuT alas I nn only a young lad whose lsTe ss so lonely and blue Perhaps noT now buT some day I II sasl To porTs unknown To ou BOB ZARINO THE OLD APPLE TREE On The hsll sfandsng alone Is The old Apple Tree WsTh leaves ThaT are blown By The wsnd so Tree ITs branches lske a dome Spread Toward The blue Bsrds come To resT aT home And ssng sweeT songs To you Oh how I love To lse NeaTh The shade oT The apple Tree And waTch The squsrrels run by IT all seems lske heaven To me ANTHONY SCIALDONE THE RIVER A crysfall ne rsver of molten glass Frsnged wsTh waTercress and verdanT grass Flows lssTlessly down The valley floor To The blue green ocean s open door I-lere and There along sTs edge A swaysng clump oT humble sedge LsTTs a Token of naTure s blsss AT The wsnosng rsver s noble ksss ROY SPAULDING TH E ROBIN Have you ever seen a robsn wsTh hss redbreasT showsng hsgh7 And have you ever nohced ThaT hss head ss Toward The sky Then early sn The mornsng long beTore sT s Tsme To rsse You may noT see buT you can hear Thss robsn n The sk es BOB ZARING Teacher Who can name one smporTanT Thsng ThaT d dnT exssT Ten years ago7 Douglas WhsTaker lvl .. J' 1 S . h Q- y I b k. l 3m , I I - ' 1 I . I I T 4+ I . . . I ' , l ' . . . Y g 8- . . . . - 9- ' A . IO- ' - I" . HZ . . , . . . ' ' sz- - ' ' . - , l5- ' . ' ' - . ss- ' ' ' . ' U l I7-- ' . ' 2I-- ' ' - ' ' d . Vs U 22-23-Senior Aye Clearance. ' , 24- ' ' . ' 25- I . l ' ' . - - - ' I ' , ' ' s 'I . A ' I rs. ' I , I , I ' I . ' 7 Z I - ' : e. Tvfssx 4555: W5 A A16 QW 'Wg' fo 05' ig... G'f ir March E25 l 'Fl e5 'HE3 'LOOM May? F if Q Ma IIIIIUW fix L' W I-4 'Q XI! A 5 RX l TWENTY SEVEN 1, YQ' gin,- 'S mmol ij H11 i bi --av, I 4: H W. lm -1? 4-fx 'W 'W' LJ-A X43- wil K THIRTY rgkf Q35 BOYS ATHLETICS GYM TEAM TED C 5 Xa n War Bob Gaharn C a Anr SECOND W A M mn Carl en a oh G e n l UV' RD ROW Bali Wa Gasavo a Arho Wrllarns Eugene Hunf esey Cl, o D fo a y P e A TRACK PICTURES IST ROW Lelrl Rrghl Manage John n O I' TTTVTWVT I ax er Cayron Beckman RTC ar l-louslon Elmer Hoagland Ralph Ja Coby lgnaclo Benrvrclez Tony Gon zales Coa hes Morey and l-lun? ZND ROW Lyle Johnson Franlr Loya Sleve Calyun George Panfon Donald Walers Donald Belden Pele Erop lun Tony Fornaserl Diego Ara Man ager Lours Goyalc 3RD ROW Gene Curran Roberl Nrghf nngale Howard Haynes Rudy Sulenla Rrchard Roberlson John Moore L onzo Pnzzaro Wallace Brand? Joseph Badlla Leo Guslalasson Jaolc Mor gan Manager Calvin Carpenler B TRACK IRST ROW Eluseo Arranaga Al Lo zano Arlhur Orfega Anselmo Mo reno Monlgan Kachalurran Yoshuo Olcr Talcashl Talclrnofo George Tas: opulos SECOND ROW Coach Morey Vrrqul Mler Tony Moreno Rrchard Man son Jarnes Durand Roberf Jones Cor nellus Rawdung Frank Orozco Roberl Marlun Ello Barocchl Coach Hun? Tl-llRD ROW Manager Kesler b e Cazares Ganf Frosl Bl Wa wryechuck Joseph Lurnpsdan Everell Jensen Bull Srnllh Tyler Mabey Torn my Marhn Manager Alvun Sharlo FOURTH ROW Manager Harold Ray Clare Andrew Jarnes Parcell Renclds ggro Bal Kvrkpalrrclc Mylo Przoa Roberr Welkur Thornas Dow Rrchard Albrechf "C' TRACK TEAM SEATED l-larry Sfeele Oscar lseva Ernesf Luas Berr Walls Ralph Guher rez Mlsh G males Shaflozr Oslwno rnrz SECOND BOW Coach More, Jrrnrny Redrnans Graharn Jacobs Frank Gal lego Wllrs Wllson John Gaunan George Mafalsz Fred Waflreen Jaclr Talahaslnr C a l l-lvl Tl-llRD ROW Alan Lewdey Reber? Roesfh rnanacers Juyerwno Rndru ouez Dawd Warn Johnny G f-Zales Eellx Sallzar James Bussen Joe Ren Terra Tony Ta rnansoi' Jesus Loe a x. l 4' la 'T x . ' A I! f 'Q We-J '51 f wp , " Q 'T A ' V ' ' I ' K 3 All ,. Q l 5 ' A V 5 V Y n 1" v l I 'Z i?'!:....f A - .4 -sq M ' - ' 'V . V Q h - Mfr' ,T ' N E "' - .4171 Lv' SEA er: o cl- Zmlf Ale 'de' Doar'e X K V, 1 Do lfE'S Henry Turley' DC' Mae 4 3 It , son . r h r ee Bezrerv A 1 I N d typ 5 ' . l-letror ron. V A 4' I l sv ' K , X RO Q rnrjld Veflerlgv Les. V , T ' E I ' - 'er Back-'an Louls Pa'ras a" " rw 'T' f T Z R l elibf ' Bill Martell " " E Maron Ke edy. 'I' , Z L Tl-ll 2 e fren - 4 7 ' i Gard + r ' I . W C W f re alll v -CK Bill A x I rlc , s N . ' l so , Bill Co lr, Busle Cu -' gs B'll B l , , 'h d Q . X y l ' ' T A f N J A T - A T 1 A 'xr' . I 1 - ., I l ' e- . nf , 1 1 l V - E : A , - if , ' , ' A Y : . Ga- ri l , r , il - 1' 9 y ' T ,A l T , ' ' Bo ' , ' ' - , l ' 1, BOYS' ATHLETICS SOFTBALL - BULLDOGS FTPST POW: ETd:'w Fezze' I-Te", Sam chez George Tasbcfcs Safe? SJ- fT"d Pead Leaf?" have Ercslic -chrw Sjeffr-. SECOND FOW: Mrager Ced! Leach, Frcrh BYJCW, Themes Uucsh, Schh Moore Pau Cuz Czech AMT-,r E. Fi'z"c'rT5. SOFTBALL - TERRIERS FIRST ROW: Hcrdd Faviha Pcberf Rcbedscrw Lee McWi'Ticrvs. Ma: Sho- ich Giberf Pro-fehcic, Joseph Abam, Marie Yharfe. SECOND ROW: Manger Frahic Arri- ola, Richard DOVM Richard Reber?- sch John Joseph DonaTd Sirmar. Frahk Lifvza, Coach Arvhur E. Fifz- morris, TENNIS TEAM SEATED: ATvTn Johrfsmne, BUT N:r+h Thomas Brodie, NoTa'1d Morgar' Jes- sie Nekcn, Joe Corvhrv. SECOND ROW: Coach Fredricison, Johh Radovich Rcberf Jchey Gcrdorw Adrgeff BMT Carerwsweiqhr, T'TE'LJ9rf Burns-Manager. B-I0 TENNIS TEAM SEATEC: C:e:'- F'e:":rs:' L:-'sZ':' Bc: S:"e J-'.s Calsher Me!-J' Rccrre' Fa. B's"::. SECONO RCW: Mexce SQN- ': L:.e Crcwr:-e' Cveirge Kf"'E h Lips Metacc Gercc Mcife-31 Tr-HRTY-ONE BOYS ACTIVITIES IN DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION GYM TEAM T The begnnnnng oT The gymnashc season Garhelds muscle men showed greaT promuse by downung I-Iolly wood and Iosnng by a Tew pounTs To The sTrong WashrngTon Team The T:rsT league meeT wuTh RoosevelT ended rn a Thrallung aImosT unheard oT Tue DnshearTened very IrTTIe The boys gave Eranklun a beahng In The nexT league encounTer From ThaT Time The league opposuhon oTTered very InTTIe enablung The Garheld squad To Top Llncoln and BelmonT by overwhelmung scores The NorThern League champlonshup was pracTucaIIy a cer TalnTy wnTh only RooseveIT To be considered as a dangerous Toe In Thus meeT RooseveIT scored some unexpecTed polnTs and Thangs looked bod aT The end oT The Thrrd evenT The Iopsrded score aT ThaT Tnme was RooseveIT 29' 2 polnTs To Garheld s 4' 2 The boys ToughT hard and came Trom be hlnd To Trail RoosevelT by a very Tew ponnTs BrTTer dns appornTmenT rengned when The announcemenT oT all around wunners was gnven Garheld placed TursT second and TourTh and won The NorThern League champlonshzp by The small margun oT Two pounTs Thus ausplcuous occasuon broughT Garheld 'Ts TnrsT gymnashc champronshrp oT The NorThern League In The all CuTy Trnals Garheld s prospecTs dnmmed because oT lnlury and hard luck and In The process oT elnmlnahon placed buT Tuve oT The champnonshup Team The boys so qualufyrng were Price and ValoTT In Tumblnng Warren and WaITers un The Ionghorse and I-lenry Turley In The srde horse Bully Prrce successTuIIy defended has AII CrTy T:Tle by wan nmg wITh ease Blake Warren Garfuelds Ionghorse sensa Tron IosT by a Iow margnn The T1rsT place berTh Davnd VaIoTT a comparahve new comer In Tumblung Took a TnTTh place I-Ienry Turley was a lrTTIe oTT Torm buT managed a sIxTh Don WaITers was unlucky In one oT hrs leaps and placed near The end when he should have been close To Warren The Trnal AII ClTy score gave Garheld TsTTh place and RooseveIT suxTh Coach Zlnk as hughly pleased wrTh The showrng The Team made and expecTs To do beTTer nexT ear wuTh has reTurnmg IeTTer men TI-IE SCORES The Tollowung are The scores Garheld 73' 2 73'f2 RooseveIT Garheld B4 60 Franklun Gar weld I I I 36 Lsncoln Garheld I l3' 2 34' 2 BelmonT League Emals Garheld 56' 2 RooseveIT 54 f2 Fran lun 30' 2 BelmonT 5 Lrncoln-4 ClTy Finals WashangTon 35' 2 FremonT 22 M nual I8' 2 Hollywood IB Garheld I0 THIRTY TWO SOFTBALL OFTBALL IH I937 was more or less experImenTaI The coach was noT permuTTed To converse wnTh The Team aTTer The game sTarTed Two Teams oT equal abIIITy were organ zed One Team was called The Bulldogs whrle The oTher Team chose The name Terrners Mr EnTzmorrzs The soTTbaII coach decxded ThaT Two heads are beTTer Than one and so he se IecTed PeTe Eropkrn The Th rd baseman and John Slevln The plTcher To co prIoT The Bulldogs For The Terruers were GuIberT Provencuo shorTsTop and I-larold Elavnlle The TooTbaII Tneld was reseeded and as no oTher Tneld was avaulable The Two Teams were IrmuTed To smal space WrTh only Three weeks oT handucapped pracTlce The Bulldogs meT The BelmonT I-I:llToppers on The STevenson Tueld The Bulldogs won 9 To 8 IT was a hard ToughT game desplTe many errors Tor The Bulldogs Meanwhrle The Terruers meT wuTh mnsTorTune on The I-lnIlToppers grounds Theur score was 7 To 0 nn Tavor oT BelmonT On February 25 boTh Teams wenT To Luncoln The Terruers eIecTed To play The TlrsT game Due To a baTTed ball whnch duverTed an The ouTTneId and wenT To The Tence Tor a hom run The Tugers scored Two runs The Tnnal score was 3 To I The Bulldogs In The second nnnung deTeaTed The Tugers The game was called OTT un The Third nnnung because oT darkness The Tnnal score was 22 To 0 John Slevln The Bulldog prTcher plTched a no hlT no run game On March 5 The Bulldogs played on The STevenson Tueld and whsle The Terrlers v1slTed The KuTeTIyers dramond The season Slevnn ouTpnTched RoberTs oT Franklun by allowung only one run and one huT whale The opposing pnTcher was Touched Tor Two runs and Tuve hlTs Through The eTTorTs oT Eropkrn Moore BrloTTu and LevuTT The Bulldogs managed To puT Two runs over IH The slxTh mn ng wrnnmg The game 2 To The Terrners Tnnally Tound Thenr baTTrng eye when They scored nlne runs aT The expense oT The PanTher puTchers and won 9 To 6 The Bulldogs wenT To Lmcoln on March 29 and The Terrrers played Theur game on The STevenson Treld The Bulldogs won a one sided aTTarr by The score of 20 To 2 STagunq a I6 run rally In The TursT rnnrng gave The Bulldogs a decnded lead ln The TrT+h unnung The Bulldog co capTauns John Slevun and PeTe Eropkun gave The avaulable subsTlTuTes a chance To compeTe by replacung mosT oT The T:rsT Team The Terriers deTeaTed The second Luncoln Team by The score oT 20 To 4 They scored I6 runs In The second Trame The Bulldogs meT Therr TnrsT and only deTeaT oT The season when The sTubborn BelmonT Team deTeaTed Them wnTh a score oT 3 To I On March 30 The Terrners also IosT To Bel monTs second Team The Bulldogs closed Therr successTuI soTTbaIl season wuTh a vncTory over The Franklin Ten John Moore Raul Cruz and PeTe Eropknn played Thenr lasT game wuTh a vrcTory oT 3 To 0 The summary Tor The season shows ThaT The Bulldogs won 5 and IosT I whsle The Terruers won buT 2 and IosT 4 TogeTher They won 7 and IosT 5 games N. a . ' ' A 1 - 1 ln A . U . ' - I ' ' 1. V . X 1' 2 2 ' 2 . f' . . . ' ' ' ' S- . . ' I I I .' I . . . Bulldogs played Their besT and hardesT Tough.T game oT The W! 2 . V 2 . 2 . 2 ,S 2 M gf. w- . V . . 2 ' ' f- f . ' . S . I ' - f I ' ' . .' .. I , k' - f . . - QQ G - f BOYS ACTIVITIES IN DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS A TRACK HE A Track squad was weakened very much by The lasT Two graduaTung classes There were only a few e Turnung IeTTermen Mr Morey and Mr HunT were The coaches for Thus years Teams The fursT league meeT was held on Aprul 23 aT The Franklun fueld The Bulldogs IosT To The much favored PanTher Team by The score of 80273 To 23 I 3 In The second meeT Gar fueld played hosT To The champuonshup BeImonT Team The Bulldog fueld The Hullfoppers won 78 To 26 O May 7 The A spukeTers IosT To The Marshall Barrusfers 72 I 3 To 3I 273 on The wunners Tueld In The meeT wuTh Luncoln The Bulldogs had hoped To wun by movung up Theur B s buT aT The close Garfueld was on The shorT end of The 5I 273 To 52 2X3 sco e On May I3 Marshall and Garfueld Traveled To The Roose velT fueld for a Truangular meeT Garfueld RoosevelT and Marshall each Took 4 fursT places However ThaT was noT enough for The Bulldogs The funal scores were as follows RoosevelT 59' 2 Marshall 42' 2 and Garfueld 30 In The NorThern league funals aT RoosevelT BeImonT Took fursT RoosevelT second Eranklun Thurd Marshall fourTh Garfueld fufTh and Luncoln suxTh CLASS B TRACK HE Bullpups enuoyed a successful season and funushed second un The NorThern League In The dual meeTs The squad came ouT vucToruous wuTh no defeaTs and one Tue I The fursT meeT of The season Garfueld won over Eranklun by Th score of 80 I5 In Thus meeT Garfuelds Tom Dow broke The school hugh lump record by Iumpung 6 TT I' 2 un The nexT meeT wuTh BeImonT was anoTher lopsuded affaur wuTh The lughTweughTs wunnung by The score of 80 20 The favored Marshall squad was The nexT vucTum To go down un defeaT 56 39 The Luncoln meeT followed wTh Three B s IosT by compeTung as A The lughTweughTs subdued The Tugers 67 28 In The Truangular meeT wuTh RoosevelT and Marshall The Team suffered some duTfucuITues The unexpecTed loss of a fueld evenT man hampered Garfueld s chances ex ceedungly The squad foughT vaIuanTly buT succeeded only un Tyung RoosevelT The scores were 44'f2 44'f2 30 The same suTuaTuon prevauled un The NorThern League funals The RoosevelT squad won wuTh 39'f2 pounTs and Garfueld Took second wuTh 34'f2 AT The Tume Thus arTucle was wruTTen The All CuTy meeT was a week un advance and noThung defunuTe had been decuded TENNIS TEAM HE Tennus Team of The currenT year was unsuccessful u wunnung The anTucupaTed NorThern League Champuonshuo The Team was raTed To place hugh buT made fourTh place only In The pracTuce games meduocre playung characfer uzed by senTumenTal whums proved The Teams undoung Garfuelds hopes were bolsfered when The Team defeaTed The RoosevelT neT men four To Three un Theur fursT League encounTer In The nexT Three meeTs Garfueld s expecTaTuons were lowered as The Team IosT To BeImonT fuve To Two To Marshall seven To noThung and To Franklun by The same score In The IasT league encounTer The boys defeaTed Lun coln sux To one CLASS C TRACK HE Cee Track squad was crowned The NorThern League Champuon The mudgeTs enuoyed an undefeaTed season wunnung over all The compeTuTuon oTfered readuly In he NorThern League funal The squad amassed a ToTal of 38' 2 pounfs wuTh Franklun The nearesT compeTuTor scorung 34 In Thus meeT The 660 record was shaTTered by The Garfueld uan ErnesT Luas when he ran uT un I 288 The fursT dual meeT was undoubTedly The hardesf foughT of The schedule The Eranklun mdgeTs succeeded un Tyung The score before The lasT Two evenTs The conTesTanTs un The lasT Two evenTs proved To be Too sTrong for Eranklun and won 43 34 The ouTsTandung performance of The meeT was Garfueld Harry STeele who broke The school hugh lump record by I mpung 5 TT II The followung dual meeT wuTh BeImonT was noT so close The squad pulled away early To wun by The score of 47'f2 29'f2 The ensuung meeT wuTh The Mar shall mudgeTs was a lopsuded aTfaur wuTh The MarshalIuTes re uvung a wallopung by losung I02f5 69 3 5 The squad had luTTle compeTuTuon un The nexT dual meeT wunnung over Luncoln by The score of 63' 2 I3f2 In The lasT meeT of The league The squad won over RoosevelT and Marshall The score of Thus Truangular meeT was un The order menTuoned 39' 2 32 2I'f2 The All CuTy was sched uled To be held afTer The Senuor Log wenT To press and no resuITs can be guven here SPORT GOSSIP LasT fooTbaIl season a local sporT shop esTablushed The cusTom of guvung a bIankeT I5 unches by I5 unches an exacT repluca of The Olympuc Games blankeT To The mosT valuable player un hus recognuzed sporT un Garfueld The aThIeTe keeps The blankeT wuTh hus name and The desugnaTed sporT I adduTuon To Thus Tollowung The same model anoTher blankeT 6 feeT by 6 feeT wuTh all The sporTs and Theur wunners us guven To The aThleTuc deparTmenT LasT Tall AnTon Sacher receuved The foofball award and un baskeTball Bob Wulger was The wunner Thus sprung Eugene HunT receuved The blankeT for Gym Club PeTe Eropkun receuved The award for baseball and Bob NughTungale was elecTed for The Track award GYM TEAM OuT un The gym we have a Team Whuch we call The muscle men And by muscle men I mean III guve you an example f I ca on Mason clumbung The rope Goes To The Top un noThung flaT And ull Pruce knows hus dope As he goes down The Tumblung maT WuTh HunT on The hugh bar Who us our all around sTar And long horse Blakes own par All cuTy record us wuThouT a mar Wulluams us anoTher of our sTars Who un free X us luke a graceful swan Also ThaT sTar of all sTars Sude horse Turley The Don Juan ThaT guy Graham on The rungs In The meeTs he dud hus share Induan club GalopTer does fancy swungs Who mussed all cuTy by a haur Parallel BeckerT The hugh pounT man Also dud well un all around LasT buT noT leasT head man Mauor Zunk who does hus rounds ANTHONY SCIALDONE Tuuuzrv THREE T ,I I I .. .. .n + . . f . . f T. uuu . g ri .' 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GEORGE JAMES RILEY MANUELA ROBLES MELVIN RODMAN ROBERT RODRIGUEZ ARLYNE RUTH LILLIAN RUTKIN A 9 Brass Ensemble The Song Thal Reached My I-learl Jordan Ruchard Garcua Oren DeBoard Edwm Drsmulces Doug las Whrlalcer Erwun Thomasson Wayne Green Calvun Carpenler A 9 Sfrmg Sex+eI Moonflower Frnml Donald Zachry Marfm WaI+e Florence IvIcKenrIclc George Amour ChrIsIIne BIIIIngsIea Charlolle McLagan MembershIp In Honor Socsely Belly Qurbell Membershup In Servuce Edward Duncan Servuce CommIssIoner Membershup on Board of Commussnoners George Salo JunIor Chanrman Recognuluon Awards D W Adamson VIce PrIncIpal Jumor Boys Glee Club Sweef Genevueve Henry Tucker I-low Can l Leave Thee7 F Kuchen Creed I-lope Greenmg JunIor VIce Chaurman Presenfahon of Class Aluce ReI+erman VIce Prrncupal Conlerrnng Cerlnhcafes of Promohon Herberf Sudney Wood PrIncIpal Accepfance Donald Wood PFGSICJSHT of A 9 Class Welcome 'ro Senuor Hugh School Roberl Esfrada Presuclenl of Sfudenf Body Drsmussal Donald Wood INQAQMI HIDEO SADAMURA GENE SAMFORD EVA SANDERS WILLIAM SANDERS RAYMOND SAN PEDRO GEORGE MASAO SATO MARGARET LOUISE SAWYER ROBERT SCHELL PHYLLIS SCHMID PATRICIA SCHULZ BETTY SCHWARTZ CURTIS SELF WILLARD SHASTEEN UDENE SHEEHAN JEWELL SHEN HELEN SHEPARD HENRY SHIRLEY MARGARET HELEN SLINKERD CLARENCE SMITH LEDA MAE SNYDER BARBARA SOHN WILLIAM STAFFER LOIS STANCHFIELD ALBERT LEROY STEVENS ALBERT SWANSON STEVE SWIATEK MEREDITH SWIFT PAU L TAYLOR EMMA TERRAZAS IRVIN THOMASSON WANDA THOMAS MARY LEE TIMBROOK SHIZUO TOYOSHIMA ALLAN TURNER TALMADGE TURNER JOHN VEST DON NABELLE VROOMAN MARTIN JOSEPH WAITE JOE WALTHER MARJORIE WANLASS MARGUERITE WARD PEARL FRANCES WARD LINDA WARREN TERU WATANABE RALPH WEIDMAN HELEN AUER WEIDNER PAULINE MARIE WEIDNE DOUGLAS WHITAKER MAXINE WILMA WHITE RUBY WLKINSON BETTE LEE WILLIAMSON ELMYRA WILSON DONALD WOOD WILLMA WORLEY MARY YAMASHITA L DONALD ZACHRY P o FERN AVEDESIAN . ,, ,, , TI-IEJUNIORS I WONDER WHY ARE ALWAYS READY FOR WORK AND FOR PLAY KNOWLEDGE HREE years have gone by sunce we Tursf passed Through Garfueld s doorway We were Tremblung and frughTened B 7s lookung wuTh fear Toward our fuTure Now we are smulung and happy for we have conquered our fears We have broadened our munds To help us To masTer skulfully The knowledge whuch we wull gaun un Senuor Hugh school ThaT whuch we acquured un Junuor Hugh school s only a founda Tuon Tor our fuTure knowledge We have made fruends perhaps lfe long fruends Who knows7 BuT remember There us one fruend ThaT we made who wull always be a fruend IT us knowledge For no maT Ter who you are or where you go you wull always fund a use for whaT you have learned ARLYNE RUTH MAIDS AST year The Mauds unauguraTed a flower servuce whuch has been expanded Thus presenf sprung Term The Mauds opened Thus servuce To sevenTh and eughTh grade gurls These gurls are assugned To cerTaun rooms wuTh Maud capTauns un charge The duTy of The flower gurl us To keep fresh Tlowers aTTracTuvely arranged un The room Sunce There us very luTTle servuce for The newer gurls The Mauds hope Thus servuce wull full The need for a duTferenT kund of servuce operaTed wuTh Them n brungung flowers They also Thank Mr CarTer for Turnushung so many of The room bouqueTs The A 9 Mauds graduaTung Thus semesTer Dolly Beckman Dorene Davus Dorus Anne Dawson Hope Greenung BeTTy HerberT BeTTy Jean KuTTo Louuse Lease AfTon Mayby CharloTTe McLagan Euleen Osborne Nora Paredes BeTTy uubell Arlyne RuTh Helen Shepard BeTTy Lee Wulluamson and The Presudenf Mary Yamashufa THE SOUIRESA HE Squures under The fune leadershup of Mr Hook The sponsor and Wendell Denus The presudenT have done bug Thungs Thus organuzaTuon us a servuce club and The mem bers receuve 40 pounTs oT servuce for Theur work Some oT The duTues of The boys who belong To The club are To puck up papers on The lawn To keep order To help any Teacher who needs help To persuade boys and gurls noT To do The wrong Thungs buT To do The r ghT Thungs and They Try To beTTer The The lufe un Thus communufy The club us made up of abouT TwenTy fuve boys from The A 7 To The A9 The requuremenfs of membershup un Thus club are noT Too easy and noT Too hard If you wanT To be come a Squure you geT an applucaTuon blank and full uT ouT you have To have a cerTaun number of servuce pounTs and aT leasT Two R s and no N s If you are accepTed by The whole club you are nexT unuTuaTed and you are Then a member RoberT Gray us so smarT Norma Payne wears so much IupsTuck AlberT Kurka IusT wull dress un whuTe Edufh Noll us so very quuef Bruce Anderson prefends he us such a bug bully Euleen Osborne buTes her fungernauls Nora Paredes us eduTor of The A 9 SupplemenT BETTY JEAN KITTO STORY OF THE HEBREWS They have been conquered They have been exuled They have been persecuTed They have been beguuled Through The ages BUT They have come up smulung They have remauned here Proud wuTh banners flyung God s people Through The ages JUNE KINTZLEY JUST IMAGINE Arlyne Rufh The TallesT A 9 George Ruley Doung a Toe dance Dorene Davus WuTh less haur Bully Puazzu NOT a PesT Nora Paredes WuThouT any books KaThryn Osborn WuThouT her vocabulary HELEN SI-IEPARD ThaT us The sTaTue of The famous lnduan chueTTaun Black Hawk Hmm he had a son Tommy dudnT he7 DocTor Oh donT worry abouT ThaT I can see anoTher paTuenT and so kull Two burds wuTh one sTone Bob Schell Am I mad' My moTher wenT Through my pockeTs IasT nughT' Donald Wood Dud she fund anyThung7 Bob Well uusT luke all oTher explorers she found maTerual for lecTures B II Speakung of baseball Ive even goT me a baseball dog Jum WhaT makes you call hum a baseball dog7 B II Cause he wears a muzzle caTches flues chases fowls and beaTs uT for home when he sees The caTcher comung Camper Well whaTs on The menu7 Camp Cook Why we have Thousands of Thungs To eaT Camper WhaT are They7 Camp Cook Beans' Lous Sfanchfueld found a buTTon un her salad She remarked I suppose uT Tell off whule The salad was dressung Husband I senT un for someThung ThaT was adverTuzed To 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