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

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My f X W 4 I,-' CWA - J , '. ,nxh v mg 3 - 5 my Qi: "Q--Rf U ADMiNISTRATION BUILDING Three- K D Four PRESIDENT FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON November 25, 1939 IU dear ur Weir This will acknowledge the rece1pt of your letter of hovember twenty flrst re- quest1ng the President to write a dedlcatlon for the James A uarfleld Jlgh Scnool's Senlor Llagazlne, the "Sen1or Log " I regret to advlse that lt wlll not be possible to comply wlth your request Slrce assuming h1S pre ent office the Presldent has str1ctly adhered to a pollcy not to wrlte axcluslvely for any publlcatuon I am sure, upon further consideratlon, you wlll apprec1ate the dlfficulty of maklng an exceptlon to th1S policy 1D one part1cular lnstance and w1ll understand why he cannot meet your wlshes In accordance wlth your further request I haue pleasure lh sendlng you herew th ar .ncopy rlghted glossy photograph of the Pres.dent Very slncerely yours, IEPHEN EARLY Secretary to the Pr ldent w gp N Yxwl fri! 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F -' ' x54 I XX x AX . 1 K , ' J X X-xx w Il X 3 .- , y I K X tl ' A I X X X Q ,pf y K FOREllIOBD FOREWORD of the Sen1or Log of the Wlnter of 1940 m1qht well conta1n some h1stor1cal facts con cernmq the eventful year of 1939 and so 1t IS the purpose of th1s book to QIVG not only the usual school l1fe of Garfteld H1qh School but also to lead the reader 1nto ser1ous cons1derat1on of the future Tl'11s book has been ded1cated to the futures of the students now 1n Garf1eld H1qh School Naturally the thmqs thwt are happenmq tn Europe now are of v1tal 1mportance to these futures but the plan for preservmq Unlversal peace IS st1ll more 1mportant Today 1n the early weeks of 1940 the world IS much closer to peace than 1t was 1n the late months of 1939 For the f1rst t1me 1n hrstory countr1es are admlt tmq that they should love the1r nergh bors not necessar1ly because 1t IS the rtqht thmq to do but because 1t 1S wrser Leadtnq statesmen know that 1f peace IS to come 1t must be world w1de A book called World Un1on Now con tammq a plan for a Untted States of the World has already been wr1tten Probably the t1me w1ll come ID our lrves when all the countnes w1ll be un1ted not only by a mater1al bond bu by a sp1r1tual bond as well Thts World Un1on w1ll be a Umversal Utopta of thought a Shanqrt La f1ll1nq every mor tal s m1nd so full of love and kmdlmess that there w1ll be no room for qreed hatred or Jealousy Nothmq has ever been accompl1shed w1thout f1rst betnq a dream and surely a World free from soclal and econom1c unrest has always been the dream of man the common averaqe man who 1S the f1rst to feel war and the person most 1n need of peace World Un1on IS no lonqer Just a dream A plan has been made and to see the fulf1llment of th1s plan w1ll mean the ex press1on of love and brotherhood by every l1v1nq mortal and rel1q1on IS the medlum that must be used 1n accom phshmq th1s because 1t IS the one thmq that everyone has 1n common We must l1ve for today and keep our m1nds and hearts so busy thtnkmq peace that we w1ll have no t1me for any thouqht about war lf th1s can be ac compllshed there w1ll never be a black out of hope IU the m1nds of the l'11qh s hool youth of our nat1on By S1ANl.EY W El? IX BUILDING 100 'be PRINCIPAL HERBERT S WOOD PRIIICIPIILS IIIESSIIGE HERE is a lone Jumper tree on a shoulder of Mt San Antonio Old Baldy to most of us whose stubby solid trunk and short gnarled branches tell the story of a lifetirne battle against the winds and ice of wint r and the heat and winds of summer lt is a remarkable example of tremendous strength developed through long and continued resist ance to destructive forces. lf a tree from the valley which had been shel- tered from wind, snow, and heat were transplanted to this exposed place on the mountain, it could not survive the first winter. lt had not been condi- tioned and hardened by adversity. lts fibres and cells had not become tough and resistant through the years but had become soft and weak and the tree had not built up the strength required to meet the terrific battle with the elements Each one of you is like that tree on the mountain You must grow and develop by meeting and overcoming the obstacles and problems you meet not by avoiding them Each prob lem solved, each obstacle overcome makes the next one easier to van- quish. An old mountaineer once said: "lf you are lookin' for wood that will stand all the iolts and strains, cut it from a tree that's been exposed, for storms tear and twist, but they sure do build character." Herbert S. Wood, Principal. Seven E1ql11 D WALLACE ADAMSON Boys V1cePnnc1pa1 1 5QI' Q. ALICE REITERMAN Gu-ls VxcePrmc1pal MARIE ALDEN HOPKINS Regxstrar -15 MRS. MARION B. GIRARD Counselor FACULTY TOP ROW M1 s Bor ha hureh M s Gladys L Chandl r Mrs Vtrqtnta L Camas vxrqll H Best Harold W Coooet Mtss Ch rlotte l Brcckaway Mrs Mattle A Brar hvvatte Mrs L1ttle SEATED Wrlton Vw' Cook MIQS Ann P Alllson Mrs Beulah H Alexander Ms Edtth I Coe e MISS Ada Astels Mxss Mfr e G Andrews Mrs Almeda H Breeze Raymond R Brown Ten FACULTY Doro hy Pet n Lester Fredertclc on lovto M Danna ck SEATED Georqe 'W Earl Nzss 1-lee-'1 H Haroxnq Mls Abme H Doaqhtf Ms Ge-nna T F 4 Mrs W1 bera P Culbertson Mrs Charlotte Forest MISS l.o1s Ercss Ar har E FIYZYWOYIIS ' s .t C. ,r, . e-, . . f,l' ' . -, TOP ROW: Charles Lee- Cornell, George P. Dtehl, Miss FIuthkM. Dtckey, Mlss Marie Foreman, Mrs Lilfypj FACULTY TOPROW H H cd H-Hz H 'V D rr als ' w rv d SEATED H ra Ab 1 E Hrqbev J x 'i r r s ' '1 HL, TQ FACULTY P ROW: Ernest Wesley Lafgsc, Iss L1 lan curse ..err1l, ...rd Laura Magruder, It SP1 a Oulse Neslvh Jou.,1as Loundss, Evanqjme ,Achmku .Jf:s. atrryn Mil , ,avrd Mxller. TED: Prefer Jsrle a':.uy:, Mrs. urdeta Krrenki Mrs' Qlze .,oroth'j Kunkel, Mrs .Lldrad Moyse Mrs, M ud Mallyy, Mrss Marguerite A2215 QAIQ11, Mrs. Edna Macpherszri, Mark Davrd Lehrrrer. VGII FACULTY STANDING Iohn PBINTGX' M L L Perry vhss El za et 6 Qknr Schopbach Mrs R 11' N I rd Vva'1er G P 1 SEATED Samuel O6-1r1 h RL. e 1915 n M155 M 1 Q S Mana Sosa Mxss M1 c ec R ed A rc qaf y r H R e Q FACULTY a d r SEATED 'W TJ e- : . rs. aux' ' T i 1: Scheld Hrs. ,.,5:':ar-1.,f , . u 1 fc ga , ' , , ct-Je 1. : 'C , 'ss ll Pe K 3 , ' e :nie Russell, ills, ETH I Rexterrrian ' L ' , , ' 'a I 5 ,geo de .. 'J e , . arty G, iff r-. TOP ROW: :d'11fi Taylcr Ylr- EQ' T:-,'::.ey Azdrei-.' Tiiclefzglt, Frank 21112: -Iii l 3 , A 62:9 Lf'.':e:A. : ...Sizes wfvvlld? 15155 'lenia Allie 'fright lfrf. Zilla 'f:'g:: f.f1sS j'.Z119f ff y 5 'Walters Mrs. Fira F. ,'f1:5,:'.-.' !,.5s Cistzus .'.::::::, .'.:,,1e:ti SfTf.,iIT Q 4 N2-wx MRS THELMA SENTENCE MRS MARTHA GATES ext Book Clerk Swrtchboard Operator ffffqi MRS MAYBELLE THOMPSON Secreiary xlowf THE GARFIELD LIBRARY Thirteen Fourieen COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 0 JOSEPH ABAlA Boys Athlenc Assocra non A Baseoall Letter man Hall Control Brq G Club Serv ce RAYMOND ABJNDIS World Prrerdshr Club S rvlce VIOLA VAN O ADAMS Kersey Busmess Club Achtevement Club World Fnendshtp Club G1rls Athlet c Assocratron Ser VICE OSCAR ALMANZA L1fe Me-mb r of Calrforma Scholarshrp Fcderauon ARMENIA AVAKIAN World Frrendshrp Club Kersey Busrness Club Semor Band KUNIO BABA VIRGINIA BABLE Glrls Athletrc Assocratron Semor Gxrls Glee Club Kersey Busmess Club Glrls Letter Club Servlce VELOY BATES Servxce WALTER BEECHLER DON BARKER mentor Log Staff THELM A BARNETT mentor Gxrls Glee Club Servlce Tr1Y MARIORIE BASTIN Semor B V1C6Pf9S1dEHl Acbxevement Club Serv 1ce Cabmet Servlce B Football Letterman Ass1stant B Coach Footbal Club Small G Club Servxce IACK GORDON BELL Calrforma Scholarshrp Federatxon A and B Foot ball Letterman A and B Track Letterman Board of Commlsslcners Knlqhts N A S S Sixteen VVorld Friendship Club B Basketball Service H1Y ANETTA ADAMS DANTEL H ALVAREZ Semor Log Staff Servrce World Frrendshtp Club Servlce Boys Chorus Club ELLEN ANDERSON C5l1fO1'l"15 Scholarshxp Federatlon G1 ls A hletrc Asso clatlon World Fnendshlp Club Servlce LLEANOR AGUIRRE World Frlendshlp Club Kersey Bust ess Club Acluevement Club Semor Play Serv c GUSTAVO ARVIZU Senror Orchestra A and B Track Achrevement Club B Football Semor Band I ' V , f f .. ,, - v i N V I - 1 . -. 9 , e ..e . - 1 f . , . .r,, A , , , C '16, ' - If H lr rr V , , V , . r - 1 A 1 , - ,. ,. , ,, H - H 1, . ' ' I ' - rr fl rr ra , - f ABA' lLLAS Q HELVN BERNAL S J1 e 1 r P ClRl ARRl' Po m PfGSldGHf NARY BOLANOS SGDIOI B Secretary Ke-r sey Busmess Club Com rerflal Awards Ac.h1eVe mewt Club emo L S a'f A A BROCKIE S C A V1ce res den lx rsey Busmess Club H Room PIGSI S rv1Ce V ci Fnendslwm Club Kerscy Buslness Club Acl1u m rlt Club Carr e el C Lb Servme ANTONIO CASILLAS W 1' ci Frlendsh D Club MIQUFL BOTELLO B Tra lc Letterman 'World Fm wdshlp Club A lflev 1t C ub Gym un S TUAA lA BRYANT 'N ca IO e Orclv-stra K I B Club Glrls r G 1,0 r Cl Fr ndslup C liers B sm ss C b A li ev 1 Club Cam e Ex C .10 S rvlce M1-XG ATENO CASTlLLO Pub C Club Cross DOR'S BOUT TINGHOUSE Kersey Busmess Club S mor Plav Serv1ce OR 'AL BURNS nd B F b man A Baseball C ll F ctnall lub Sevce HARVEY C'-IANJLER Orpheus Club B Traclc Track Letterman B vs Chorus lUANlTA Cl-IAVEZ Vlorld Frlendsblb Club Cup and Saucer Club l,OIll"ll9fClEl Av ards Ser e Tr Let errnar Lb t rman Track Ser Fl-IRISTINA CHERNEY wrls Alhl9llCASSOC1dYlO"l World Fnendshwp Club lull Y Comm erc1alAwards Letter Club B l7oo'ball Serv1ce 9 X1 I . 1' I A Q Seventeen er A 'I ' H C" , - "J M L? , A M . A A l C ' , S I .r Ogg cf l , ueljlfe, A I ..-E BOY: 2 Lf Q , Y .IIC . K . X SSIVKTE bexix r " " -P l- 'C 1 n I , 3 - "A" a ' ' ootball Let- . T 'e sey uslnfzsg ' , ' , " " ', B13 , . Crue - Leffer CU: G1 ls' li "G" It Q ' ll C. lu, den: ,l Club, Servlfe. MANUEL Cl. gl NORMAN CALDWELL S'fEK'.'ART CALDVVELL HARRY CAPE Servlie forl' K 5 , VJ: 1 le ' lub, C I 1 , - ' , ' , ey 11' fr lu , Q l LOC 'BLO l l' C ll 2 s l' ' . 1 R I V Horne . 0 ' . cl ' lA ', 'li my , , ' ,H I "C" ' , Cguriiry "A" , - 1 . ., " "I 1 . VJ,-Q lfffk ' K - , f W mx . ' A lv ' I X ' 1 .' S M U. o NAOMI DELANEY Vtforld Frxendshxp Club Kersey Busmess Club Semor A Secretary Ser vlce Tr1Y DONAVAN DOWNING Servlce Gym Club IACK DUGGAN Home Room Presldent Service ANTONIO ELIZONDO MABEL LILEEN DUNDORE Gxrls Serv ce Cabmet World Frxendshxp Club Kersey Busmess Club Achrevement Club Cup and Saucer Club SELMA DZIDA Calxforma Scholarshxp Fed eratlon Kersey Busmess Club Commerc1alAwards Chatelame SETVICG SAM EGIGIAN B and C Basketball Boys Chorus Track Man aqer Home Room Pres1 xdent Serv1ce World Fr1endsh1p Club Boys Cho us Se vtce IESSIE ELLINGSWORTI-I World Fnendshlp Club Cup and Saucer Club Servxce LOVA MAY ELLIS V1cePres1dent ot Tr1Y Aux1l1ary VICE Presldent of Blq 4 Club Achlevement Club Concert Club Serv ce Exqhteen GERALDINE CIOUEIROS Cal1formaScholarsh1pFed eratxon World Frxendshlp Club Achxevement Club Semor Play Servxce BILL CLARKE Orpheus Club Sen1or Band Boys Chorus Ser vlce VIRGINIA E COLLEY Kersey Busmess Club Cup and Saucer Club Trl Y AUX1l16fY Choral Llub Servlce BUDDY CURRY Semor Play ANTHONY DALEO Kersey Busmess Club A Country B Football Sem Pl-IILLIP DeGRAZIO KATHLEEN CONLIN Achlevement Club World Frxendshlp Club Langu age Club Tr1Y Servlce RAYMOND CORTEZ Se vxce MANUEL CRUZ World Fnendshrp Club Boys Chorus Servxce and B Track Cross or Play Presxdent of Radlo Club Service Captam A Foot ball A Track ' 1 1 , - 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 , . . 11 11 L L . - 1 H , 1 A 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . , - I . 1 1 Y Y . , . , I . 1 1 A I . LORA EVANS Semor Grrls Glee Club S mor Usher Semor Play Service 'RAN CISCO GALLEGO Achzevement Club B and C Track Letterman Natronal Athletrc Scholar Qhlp Soclety Semor An nual Sports Edrtor I-I1Y CECILE GARDNER CahformaScholarsluplfed eratrcn World Frrendshrp Club Publrcrty Club Chatelame Semor Play ALFRED GOMEZ C Bask tball World Frlendshlp Club Boys Chorus Radlo Club Ser vxce HELEN EILER Achlevement Club Semor P ay Servrce Tr1Y ENRIOJE GANDARA Cal1formaScholarsh1pFed eratlor Achlevement Club Oratoucal Contest Arr1ualCartoon1st Semor Play ANTOINETTE GENETTY World Frrendshrp Club Kersey Busrness Club Achrevement Club S mor Play S rvxce SIDNEY GORDON Southern Calrtornla W1n ner of the Oratorrcal Con test of Nauve Sons of the Golden West Novrtrate Member of Calrfornxa Scholarshxp Federatron Board of Commlssroners World Frrendshlp Club Servrce Commxsswner RALPH GUTIERREZ B and C Track Letterman A Track Captarn Cross Country Letterman Blq G Club Llttle G Club DORIS FRANKS Senror Achievement Club Glrls Arhletlc Assocra t1cn Kersey Busmess Club S rvrce IOSEPI-I GARCIA Achxevemenl Club Radlo Club Semor Play Ser vice Gym Club LOUIS GLIST Vrce Presrdent of Student Body L11 Membershlp 1n Calrlorma Scholarshmp Federation Ach1evement Club Presrdent World Frxendshxp Club Presl dent Kmqht ZENNA GORDON Publlcrty Club Kersey Busmess Club Ach1eve ment Club Grrls Letter Club Servxce DOLORES ERIEZE Secretary of World Frlend shrp Club Glrls Athlehc Assocxatron Athleuc Club Trl Y Auxlllary Trl Y TONY GARCIA Servxce TI-IELMA IUNE GOFF Semor Achrevement Club Grrls Servxce Cabmet World Frlendshlp Club Kersey Buslness Club Chatelarne RUTI-I GRISSOM Cal1forn1aScholarsh1pFed erauon Novrtrate Member Grrls Athleuc Assoc1a tlon World Frlendshlo Club Senxor Gxrls Glee Club MARTHA ANN I-IARTMAN Advrsory Board Achleve ment Club Letter Club Chatelame TrlY Nmeteen 1 V , . , - D .F , , , , . 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HAH H ff H H , , ROBERT HAYES Stage Crew Home om Presxyt Serv1ce AYMES etter ross C u B1 G Ser MARY H NSCHALL Servlce 'I'ryY Aux1lxary Language Club World Fr endshlp IOSE I-IERRERA Servlce SO' EDAD HERRERA Kersey Buslness Club Comnoercral Awards Ser vrce DENA HIRSI-IEIELD World Frmendshrp Club Cup and Saucer Club Trl Y Auxlllary Choral VIRGINIA IVEY World Frrendshrp Club Choral Club Serv1ce FLORENCE JACKSON World Fuendshlp Club Cup and Saucer Club MELVIN IACKSON Orplceus Club ELEANOR IUAREZ RICHARD IEFFERY Dance Orchestra Senlor Orchestra Foo oall Band S rvzce Track Manager Gym Club ESTELLA IIMENEZ Novmate Member of Calt forma Scholarshrp Federa non Aclnevement Club Semor Log Staff Chate lame Advzscry Board IACKIOHNSON S mor Log Staff World Fr1endsh1p Club Kersey Busmess Club Language Club Servlce Acluevement Club World Frzendshrp Club Cuo and Saucer Club Lanquaqe Club Servtce ADELA URADO I Cahiornra S holarsh1p Federatmn G1rls Le-'er Club Tr1Y Vice Presxdent Senxor Play Chatelam BILLIE KEMPF Semor Achtevement Club Kersey Busmess C ub B q 4 Club Concert Club Chatelazne Twenty Club Servlce NED I-IOGGAN Calriornla Scholarshxp Federatlon Servlce CECIL HOLLOWAY Vzce Pres1dent of Boys Athlettc Assocxatxon Commrs sroner V1cePres1dent Alpha Chapter I-I1Y B and Basketball Letterman Natxcnal Athletrc Scholar shtp Soc1ety Knrghts ELDON HUGHES Presxd nt of the Kmqhts Prestdent of Gama Chap ter I-I1 Y Natxonal Athlet1c Scholarshzp Socrety Boys Athlehc ASSOCIGTIOU Cabmet A and B Football Letterman , I , . . 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I I 9 , , .-. 11 In I - I I 1 5 0 IOHN K RINIK World F re dsblp Club Kersey B SIYQSS Club Servrce JOHN lA' ES LIMNEOS National Atbletlc Svholar shrk QGC1Glf Achleve rn nt Club World Frle-nd shxp Club A Tennls Kruqbts Head Yel' Lead r Boys Atbletlc Assoclatron Sec retary Cr ss Country Small G and Easketb ll Q FRANCES A MARKLOFF Semor Orchestra World Frrerdshr Club Trl Y Auxtl ary Servrce ROSE KEZMAN aemor Achlevement Club Glrls Letter Club Secre tary of Chatelarnes Ker sey Busmess Cub Ser vrce RU l"-l ELlZABETH LINDEN Sem r Acblevement Club LU and Saucer Club Tn Y Aux1l1ary Club Pres lde Trl Y Servlce Cup and Saucer Club Achrevement Club World Frlerdshrp Club Kersey Bas ness Club Servrce VV ll LIAM MASON B Football Letterman A Football SETVICG BASIL KIRKWOOD Boys Atbletlc Assocla tron A Letterrnan Gym Club Servrce . FRANK RALPH LINZA A Footb ll Letterman A Softball Letterman Blq G Club Football Club Servxce Board of Commxsstoners Edltor oi Log Novrtlate Member of C5l1lOf1'lld Scholarshrp Federauon Presldent of Language Club Kmqht lOSEPl-llNE MCGINNLS Calrforn1aScholarsh1pFed eratron Achrevement Club Semcr Log Staff Senxor Annual Sport Edr tor CC'umorc1al Awards HOWARD LEAR Calxfcrma Scbolarshrp Fed eratron Semor Play Se nor Annual B Track QEYVICS BETTY ELEANOR LITCH Rubllcrty Club Staqe Sec retary World Frlendshxp Club Servlce Bu 6ffClub ,Z1f rp Club er PEARLINE MAY MCRAE Acnrevement Club Ker sey Busmess Club Tr1Y Auxrlrary Senxor Play Servxce x MINNIE A MELFORD World Frrendshlb Club Cup and Saucer Club Hom Room Presrdent SOP!-IIE MELFORD Ach1evementCl b World Frlendshrp Club Kersey Busmess Club Serv1ce Captam A GH' OUG Q, ' 1 A Z ffl 6 1 Y ' C lESUS LOPEZ VVlNlFRED LOUISE LORD ALBERT G. MaCD!ONALD l Fl RQAIN L 9 ' - ' t , T ' ' 1 f A o . ' . ' , I l I S 4' A H "C" "D" - 1 , ' . ' A f X by HAZEL MOLINE World Ertendshrp Club Kersey BUSIHGSS Club TrtY Auxtltary Gtrls Chorus Service Tl-IERESA MORA Cup and Sauc r Club Gtrls Chorus Servlce EVA MORAD Cornmerclal Awards Ker sey Bustness Club World Frtendshlp Club Achteve- ment Club Servtce ALMA MARIORIE NELSON Cauforr za Scholarshxp Pede- MARGARITA MORENO Achteventent Club World Frtendshtp Club Callfor ma Scholarshtp Eedera tion Clavts Club B16 Fou Language Club ROBERT MOR 1 ENSON Achievement Club B Letterman HrY Orpheus Club Se-rvtce ERNEST MOYA Cross Country A and B Tra k Servxce rattort World Erzendshtp Club Kersey Buslness Club Gtrls Athletlc Assocta t1on SCTVIC JAMES THEODORE NELSON Btq Four Language Club B Track H1Y Servrce ROBERT NORTH A Letterman Btg Four Language Cluo Brg G Servtce Twenty two ALICE MENDEZ World Frrendshtp Club Kers Y Bustness Club A hlevemenf Club Clavls C ub Etg Fcur Language Club WICAELA MENDEZ Acmevement Club World F tendsl'1,u Club Trl Y Btg Eour Club Kersey Bustness Club EMMA A l' EINDOZA World Frtendshlp Club Cup and Sauc r Club Servlce Club IENNIE MINNITTI PAULINE M MENDRIN Achlevement Club Calt forma Schclarshtp Federa txon 'I'r1 Y Auxt tary Lan guage Club SGYVICG IOHN P METCHIKOFF Orpheus Club A oot ball A Track Servtce LEONARD H MILLER Sentor Play Achrevement Club Kersey Buslness Club Camera Club Ser wx e Letter Club Girls Athlettc ASSOCIBTIOH V orlcx Erzend shtp Club Gt e Club Tr1Y HILBERT MIRANDA Boys Chorus Hall Control Achrev re ' Club S rvrce ANTONIO IMIOLINA Senror Achtevernent Club A Track lfanager O pheus Club Btg G Club Boys Cho V , D . . . 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I l l 1 1 '1 -- Q MANUEL OCAMPO World FYlQDdSl'llP Club Servlce MA JIE LOU PAETH World Frlendshlp Club lfl Y T easurer Servlce MARIORIE HELEN PENNY C and Saucer Club World Frlendshlp Club Trl Y Auxlllary Semor Usl er QGYVICG ANNA PIETROPAOLO Cal fcrma Scholarshlp Fed eratlon Glrls Athletlc As soclatlon World Frlend Shlp Club Kersey BUSI ness Cub S v1ce TSUYAKO OKI Cal fcrrla Scholarshlplfed eratlon NOVllldl9 Member Chatelalne Kersey Bus ness Club lapawese Club SSIVICG ALTOJPARKER Sellor B Presldent Na tlonal Athletlc Scholar Shlp QOClGlV Preslderlt Krllkjht B Football CHRIS GEORGE PENOLIS Orloheus Club Choral Club ROSE ROSAI ES PINEDO Achlevement Club Ker s y Buslness Club Ser V1CE HAROLD ORTIZ SETVICS EVELYN F PAVLOVICH Llfe Membershlp 1D Call forma Schclarshlp Feder atlon Glrls Letter Club Chatelalrle Kersey Busl ness Club SSIVICQ KENNETH R PERRY World Frlendshlp Club Kersey Buslness Club Home Rc m Presldent SSIVICG ALBERT EDW PLAXTON Home Room Preslderlt Orpheuse Club Senlor Play Gym Club Servlce HERMAN OSTROWSKY Assoclate Edltor Serllor Loq VICE Preslderlt Se mor Achlevernent PfSSl dent Radlo Club PTSSI dent Camera Club Head School Photographer GLADYS PEARCE Secretary Cuo and Saucer World Frlerldshlp Club Athletlc Club Trl Y Ser vlce TOHN PETERSON Gym SGTVICG Supervlsor Boys Athletlc ASSOCIGYIOH Cablnet Servlce Captaln Boy Chorus Home Room Presldent GASTONI POTY A and C Track Keri sey BUSIPESS Club Stage Crew SGTVICQ ANN PRCOVICH RAYMOND PRESHO chleve-ment Club Com BUSIHESS Oillce Staff S ercla Awards Kersey mor Log Staff H1Y Ser u lness Club Servlce VlCG Q ,.,, I3 1 ll- l vVGI'llY three , , , X . , . , . l . - . , 1- 1 ' . 1 1 1 ll . . 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I 9. l 1 1 ' 1 ' 5 , . , PAUL POBERTSON Kersey Busmess Club Servme WAYMOND ROBERTSON and B Foot a Letterman Football Club Bxq G Club Track Servxce WILLIAM RODARTE Assistant 'vlake up Ed1tor World Fnendslup Club Boys Chorus A Bas ketball Servlce YUKIO SADAMURA ANNIE RODRIGUEZ SSIVIC Tr1Y Kersey Busme-ss Club AChlEV9 ment Club Commercla Club DOROTHY ROZZEN Tr1Y Auxlllary Secretary Achzevement Club Semor Annual Semor Play Loq Staff u MORRIE SACHS Senlor A Presldent Ach1evement Club Home Room Pres1dent A Foot ball S9fV1C9 Commerc1al Awards Kersey Busmess Club SSTVICE DAISY SAMARDZICH Se-mor Achtevement Club Kersey Busmess Club Com merctal Awards Dancmq Club Servtce BLAS L SANCHEZ Servtce Semor Play Twenty four 'IJ ,Z J Jj,.,.ff"tLf RAYMOND PRICHARD Natxonal Athletzc: Schol r slup Socmety Boys Ath letxc Assoctatton Gym Club Manager B1q G Club SGIVICE IOE PUERTO orld Frlendshzp Club all Control Choral Club HENRY OUESADA and B Track Small ub and asketball Btq G Club world Ff1EI'ldSk1lP Club RITTER LUCILLE RABIOLO STELLA RAGON Achl vement Club World Frtendshlp Club Kersey BUSINESS Club Trl Y Pres ldert Servlce ARTHUR RAMIREZ World Fr endslup Club Achleverrent Club Radlo Cl.1b Servlce Club Achxevemeut Cub Kersey 4 TnY Club Club Cu, and S ucer C ub TUY l'Il6l1dSlllID Club Kersey Buslres Cub Cup ard uc r Club Athle-tlc Club TUY LOUISE SANCHEZ Commerc1al Awards Cup and Saucer Club Kersey Busmess Club Athletrc Club Servxce MAURICE SCHWARTZ Boys Athletxc Assocla hon Cabmet Comm1ss1on er of Publxcrty ead of Semcr Card Stunts Small G Acblevement Club ELMER SNELL World Frlendsbrp Club ball Club Servxce B1q 4 LEROY SPERBER Clavls Club V1ce Presr dent World Ff161'ldSh1P Club Achxevement Club F1re Brlqade Serv1ce ALFONSO SANTILLAN Hall Control Squad Hall Servlc El IZABETH SHUBIN World Frrendslfup Club Ke-rsey Busmess Club Tr1 Y Aux1l1ary Seruor Annual Servlce MERRILL SOLINA Wcrld Fnendshrp Club Tra k Manager Serv1ce ALVARETTA STEUBEN World Frlendshlp Club Achlevement Club Ser vrce Captam Semor Play Chatelaxne HAZEL CLARICE TAYLOR FRANCES TOWNSEND Smdem Store Manager Cal1forn1aSCho 6fSh1pFGCl Ke-rsey Busmess Club SYGUOD Commercral Awards Ser vlce Achreve-ment Club GERALDINE SAUSEDA World Frrendshrp Club Ke-rsey Busmess Club Language Club Serv1ce TrxY Q ROSIE SIMON World Fnendshlp Club Kersey Business Club Achrevement Club Ser vrce MANUELA SOTO Callforma Scholarshxp Fed P Weekly Log Assocrate Ednor Grrls Athletxc As SOCIGUOD Cbatelarnes Tr1Y ALDINA SUAREZ Achlevem nt Club Tr1Y Auxlhary Presldent GIYIS Chorus S cretary Dano mq Club Service ANDREW SAWCHUK Advlsory Board Presldent Home Room Presrdent Servlce Supervlsor F1re Brxqade Chref Achxeve ment Club JOHN SMART Nauonal Athleuc Scholar shrp SOCISQY Semor Boys Servxce Commxssxoner Boys Athletlc Comm1s sloners Studeni Body Presrdent Kmqht ROBERT SO H ome BYO P Small Gviflub orp 2yyServ1ce f I' ELOY TAFOYA World Frrendshlp Club A and B Basketball Alcuevernent Club Bxq G Club Log Staff mf' Twe-n'y uve 1 ' . 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' a L' DOPOTI-'Y WANLASS Norld Frxendshlp Club Kersey Buslness Club Comme-rcral Awards Se mor Play SQTVICS BERT WATTS Gym Club Captam Boys Athletxc Assocrauon Cab 1netB1g G Letterman Bard Drum Mayor Ser vrce .TACK WEDDLE Noon Servlce- Cabmet Fu' Brxqade Chref Ad vxsory Board Achreve ment Club H1Y STANLEY WEIR Edxtor of Semor Log Vrce Pres1dent Kmqhts Basketball Team Secre tary of H1 Y Home Room NORMAN WISDOM BETTY IANE WOODS becretary of G1rls Glee Club Cub and Saucer Club World Fl'lGFldSh1p Club Senlor Choral Club SQYVI e TONY ZAPATA Qervxce Twenty s1x VINCENT TRUIILLO Boys Chorus Gym Club Servlce DAN UROFF Gym Club Servxce I-IENRIETTA UVALLE Cup and Saucer Club Se mor Choral Club G1rls Chorus Club SGIVICS RUTH VILLANUEVA EMELIA VALENCIA Cup and Saucer Club Achrevement Club G1rls Chorus Club Archery Club SGTVICG ESTHER VALDIVIA Kersey Busmess Club Commerclal Awards Achxevement Club Danc mg Club Serv1ce AURORA VERDUGO Cuo and Saucer Club G1rls Chorus Club Ser VICE World Frrendshlp Club Concert Club SEYVIC I , I HA. I I President. I ' S ' , 1 , 1 I I I 0 EPHEBIIIII 0llTH We wrll never brmq chsqrace on thrs our crty by an act of Chshonesty or cowardrce We wrll frqht for the lcleals and sacred thrnqs of the cxty both alone and wrth many We w1ll revere and obey the CITYS laws and w1ll do our best to motte a lrke reverence and respect IH those above us who are prone to annul them or set them at naught We wrll strrve mcreasrnqly to qurcken the pubhc s sense ot c1v1c duty Thus ln all these Ways we Wlll transfer thrs C1lY not only less but greater better and more beautrful than 1t was transmrttecl to us 2 l . ew Left to rxqht Iohn Smart. Evelyn Pavlovxch, Louxs Ghst George MacDonald. Alton Parker 'l Ienty se Jen IUIIITEB 1940 DRIHIIIIS THE MAD HATTERS TWO MAD HATTERS CAST lerry Hatter Anqehca Bunny Hatter rocery Boy loe Hatter Frsh Boy Margaret Hatter wendolyn Hatter Grandma Hatter Dtana Hatter Prrscrlla Harrtson Nancy Hayward lvluqzle Mullen Henry Harnson Elrzabeth Harnson Geraldrne Crquerros Antomette Genetty Howard Lear Buddy Curry Leonard Mrller Blas Sanchez Cecrle Gardn r Dorothy Wanla s Alvaretta Steuben Eleanor Aqutrre Adela lurado Dorothy Bozzen loe Garcra Tony Daleo Nad1ne Boulttnqhous lara Sheldon Lora Evans Camera Man Albert Plaxton WHEN THE SUN RISES CAST The G1rl Pearlrre McBae The Boy Henry Gandara Nur e Helen Frler Tv en'y exqht WHEN THE SUN RISES M THE MAD HATTERS th dA! y WHEN THE SUN RISES STANDING SEATED ALL HAIL TO GARFIELD HIGH Where purple mountams hft thelr heads Neath skres ot deepest blue There stands the Hugh School that we love To her we ll all be true' Her crrmson banner ralsed alott Beneath an azure sky And ratse to her our sonq ot prarse All Harl to Gartleld Hrqhl Her qleammq red s tor loyalty For truth shall stand the blue And here and now We pledge to her Our loyal hearts and true Then let her colors r1se alott To the bree7es let them tly And rarse to her our song of pra1se, All Hall to Gartreld Hlqhl M rx M STAGE CREW MRS LORA SUTHERLAND D1 ector . 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Forty INTEGRITY lntegrity means to me that single qua ity which sets man above the lower ani mals and distinguishes one man from another lt is that trait which will not allow a man to lie that inner force that compels him to keep on fighting against even hopeless odds because he b lieves in the righteousness of his cause lntegrity rs that which enables men to rise to the greatest heights of achieve ment and perform those sterling deeds which are the heritage and the eternal inspiration of the human ra e 'When I tnink or integrity 1 am r minded of Leonadis and the three hun dred Greeks at the pass of Thermopolae defying an entire army certain of com plet annihilation yet maintaining their ground because they knew they were on the side of Justice When l think c ing upon himself the gigantic task Ct uniting a nation divided against itself and finally when l think of integrity l can ee George W Norris in the United States Senate for thrrty years as a bul wark for the freedom of the American people The thing that is cracking civilization throughout the world today is the lack of integrity shown by nations in their dea ings with each other lt this nation IS to keep its place as a leader of world culture we the people of the United States must take it upon ourselves to make integrity the cornerstone of our individual and natronal life This wc must do in order that mankind shall not stumble back in painful retrogression to the depths of barbarism but that all th nations of the earth shall be able tc achieve the great peaks of a contptisl ment which are commensurate with h genius and ability of the human race Sidney Gord is STREAM LINED They knock off the edges And fill in space And call it streamlined They plan and scherne To change a scene And call it streamlined Cars too fast to hold gror n And made without sound And called stream lined But the Human Brain Still runs the same Don t forget Nothing they can find Has made it stream lined As yet Anetta Ada MOODS OF THE WIND VV1ld wind untamable wind Shudders windows and slams l shiver in my corner and Futily try to warm my blue frngers Wind wind wind Persistent prying trying wind Cutside swooping wind Swaying trees rustle a million leav As the wind flirtatious wind plays havoc Pauline Mendrtn OUR MOTTO There is no American youth however poor ho ever humble orphan though he may be who may not ris through all the grades of society and becom the crown the glory the pillar of his state provided he hav a Clear Head A True Heart A Strong Arm lames A Garfield . l , I . ' ' J ,. tl t r t . vit xi - t- I Q ' i x X--V Tx K I fl-j 2, ' - A f t f I I . T' ' c , " .1- . V , y 1, Q 3 w ' I ' f ' 0 9- l V 4 - C - ii A7 ., ti- f I t it Y QA . , - - ' ' ,r . . fl integrity l picture Abraham Lincoln, tak- f I s . ' , A ' - ' ,f -- - ms. Q ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' doors. . . T , . A l I 5- V I 1 r V 1 ' , e f- ' Q.. ' ' I W- J 1 , , I - if I4 ' e . ' e ' 'tv' Q' 2 L O, It V I I -in x i 1 I ,n i ' 0 -W . r . . ' VP . W X CI' TOP ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: " SEATED: TOP ROW SECOND ROW SEA TED TOP ROW SECOND ROW SEATED MR. PAINTERS B-12 HOME ROOM :CONTEST WINNERS! . " T-1 Lx' , V- WW: . MRS WINSLOWS HOME ROOM CONTEST WINNERSJ MISS WINFOBD S B 11 HOME ROOM ONTEST w1NNERsm T I 4 2 1 2 7 :M ' ' , . w T 1 : f' : 'T '. ' ' '- Y- ' , , 1 LC : E' :. 'Kg' 1. E- , 'g:. i V xxx. ' . vi, ' I I ifml : ., 9 lv' : ' ' :' f ., ' f J' -1' ,fltfzvg ' ,. - : 1 TOP ROW: 1-1 MRS. MOYSE'S A-10 HOME ROOM 1coNTEsT w1NNERsu SECOND ROW:: 'ri 3.1: If 5: 71 f, A.f.,:i Fi:.1I-i Fi1',i -V.. 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A 5 'L 1- ' g .1- BORES L1fe 1S a beaut1ful thmq but there are certatn 1nd1v1duals who are capable of maklnq me forget that fact These 1nd1 v1duals may be class1f1ed alonq w1th all other pests who lnfest the World as totally undestrable elements they are the bores Perhaps you have been fortunate enough not to have run 1nto a person who 1S constantly complammq about h1s real or fancted 1lls He wtll corner you anywhere and at any t1me preferably wh1le you are readrnq a mur der mystery story that cla1ms you body and soul and w1ll proceed to QIVG you a deta1led l1st of all aches operat1ons 1ll nesses and fractures that he has suffered durmq h1s l1fet1me You wlll ltsten 1n squlrmtnq aqony as the mmutes fly by You w1ll make up some excuse desper ately 1n the hopes of teannq away only to d1scover that 1t leads to further d1scus s1on of tmaqlnary 1lls By the way how d1d you flnally break away? There IS that pleasant out ot town 1nd1v1dual whom you must entertatn He nods conqemally to everythlnq you say he seems to accept every thmq you utter as the sacred truth and h1s pOllCl9S would not dream of drffer mg w1th yours He never has an op1n1or1 of h1s own therefore he agrees and con sents to anythmq He attends a party only to warm the seat and even the cleverest conversatlonahst who ap proaches h1m qu1ckly feels staqnant and over GIIUSIVQ Thls type of bore 1S the un1maq1nat1ve unor1q1nal eternally un welcome wet blanket Another fellow you l1ke to avo1d IS the one who pounces upon you as you stroll peacefully alonq He anchors h1m self to your buttonhole wh1le he qushes forth the contents of the latest Joke book he has Just read Between each stale unconv1nc1nq anecdote he slaps you heartrly between the shoulder blades as f to 1mprove your sense of humor Iust when you feel that another slap would fold you up he spots another unsuspectmq v1ct1m strollmq by and the bore dashes off And of course there lS no one ahve who has not had to cope w1th the btq qest spec1men of boredom the fellow who thtnks he 1S the center of the urn verse HIS over confldent strut h1s con denstnq gestures h1s sly all knowmq wmks all brand h1m as the empty bluff he IS He w1ll burst 1nto any 1ntensely 1n terestmq d1scuss1on about South Ame' Forty s1x 1can b1rds w1th an 1d1ot1c remark about the staq party he attended last week He w1ll talk and expand upon h1s favor 1te IODIC h1mself subllmely unconsclous of the d1squsted qrlmaces and snorts of those about h1m I am sure you w1ll agree that he 15 the b1qqest of all bores Manuella Soto OFFICERS OF ORGANIZATIONS Yell Leaders Frank D1 Noto Bert Watts Bertran Moomuan Iesus Lopez Bob Schel Douglas Wht taker Beta Chapter of H1Y V1nce1t Mott 'a Atred Stqutedo Alfonso Pena Georq Kttabaya t Head Ushers M1 dred Moore E1leen Osborre Gama Chapter of I-I1Y Bob Maldonado B1 I-tunes Bob Collar Ted Lamont Busmess Ofhce Stalf Standmq Roy Presho George Rtley G W H9SlQ 'sponsort Talrnadqe Turner lack lohnson Seated Frances Federoff Esther lacobson Clar1ce Taylor E1abeth Gara bedxan n Advxsory Board Top rom lack Woddle ack Sh pxrc Andrew Sawchuk Bottom row Nora Parede E tella 1m1n Martha H r '1 ear' Belden Semor A Ofhcers NdOIlll Delaney Morrrs Sachs Martha Hartman Rarnc Robert Zubta Boys Chorus Rrchard Grllenberq Frank Baud Arthur D11'or1 TnY Auxxllary Standmq Elva Br aux Betty Rrqqs Dorothy Rozzen Seated Dena Hrrshfteld Aldma Suare Semor B Oihcers Vlfqlnld Taylor Alfred Stqur edo Mabel Walker Radxo Club hm Chavarrxa Phmlhp D Grazto Glenn Reese Ar+hur Iurado World Frxendshxp Mrsa Ito Rcb rt Maldonado Carl Gu lavlch Dolores Frteze i I ' ' l I I Y I . . 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One way to succeed 1S to d1scover that you cant do everythmg You always can krll t1me but rt wrll not prevent tomorrow from bobblng up as usual One cheer 1S better than a dozen groans Grve me another chance IS the whrm of the coward An ounce of laughter 1S worth a ton of sarcasm Every man belreves rn a square deal for hlmself He who laughs last has the least sense of humor A word to the wrse IS suffrcrent but few are wrse enough to know lt All thrngs come to those who go after them Some people are never happy unless they are feelrng sorry for someone else Many a man rel1es too much on h wlshbone and not enough on hrs baclc bone The people who never learn are those who thlnk they are too br1ll1ant Our struggles and our suffenngs our ambrtrons and our defeats our yearn rngs to be better and stronger than we are are the vorce and the current of the Elan Vrtal rn us makes us grow wandermg planet rnto a theater of un end1ng creatron that v1tal urge whrch and transforms th1s Henn Bergson Man exrsts by 1nst1nct but he pro gresses by rntelllgence Henn Bergson Man rs an artrst as soon as he rmag rnes and long before he reasons Bendetto Croce MAN Men are not anrmals erect, but 1m mortal gods The Creator has grven us souls equal to all the world and yet not satrable wrth a world Franc1s Bacon Forty exght OFFICERS OF ORGANIZATIONS Noon Con ert T 1 R w loc 'Vl1rl11 Albe t ltfll VOSIFU C 1 s Pr Bob Core r 111 r L y And r o1 oo Grundy B1ll1 lx Pro1ect1omsts 'vhe otrc1 r 111do 'la 1 'Wane Bob lask Clavls Club Top row Verla lcl1n 6 Boton ro Catal1n1 Antort Mrs L v1n Tr1Y Top Ra,on orl Adela lurad t11 1 n Km z S lllllt K S11 Arko LIOYI Dar xca Bostcl Bxq G Georgc K abar asln Vrctor L a ert Mo tol Fu-e Bnqade lam: Me-dde V11 Rudy Rrtschel T Mueller Cup and Saucer G1a"fs Pearc Orpheus T , r 91 S r e ' vrcl l"lOVJdI'G I-lavrn Jl RUG nar B ot ton1 rox Plch ro ar Betty As a gad1'lo Pubhc Address System En ll tt Chavarna M1 Le er ls,cnsorl V B auford pk rn d n Cha fa t 1l0lG1rls Glee Club luanrta Bryant X rgtr Babl Barbara L111es lcra Evans ll Kersey Buslness TY fsy orsorl Llttle G Curt 1 donado 'l' Evelv ua 1 fren Var a vn lf' s o nth fre Sht oo lflal ' JPubIxc1ty Club S ardmg Mrs Fe to ls uonsorl Betty L1tcl1 lf Ro1as lhIfSl row: Gordon lones onso Gomez Second row Mak to On: Lxlro Mardmr G11 Ivarnnez Maurxce S Hfartz Salazar Frank 14jAlpha Chapter of H1 Y Standmq lol1n Anderson George Soto Seated Trtty Srmth Cec1l Holloway 4004! 1.- M If bs 11 nt' W ' ,Aw w rl -1' ww, ,A .-mild' J . 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' c ' e, , 1 1 , L. . , 1 I . 1 R 1 1 ' 1 1 . . 'O 1--4 .fi Flfty wwwx U ' x - 2 3 1 H . 1 ,-4 K , " 1 , - ' r 5 f I 3 a- I 1 55 , I ,,' . R uf K A Vs. - B i, - J V '- L ' - -!- .-1 - ...... A y,. Q Bs , Vocmiional Avis KU Lathe ln Mr Cornells auto shop 12? Battery rack m Mr Mxllers auto electnc shop 133 Cosmetology class 147 Typmq class 151 Workmg on paddle boards ln Mr Swan s wood shop CSD Mr Leepers electnc shop WJ Expenment m chemxstry lab C81 Dressmakmg class 191 Dnll press ln auto electncs UCD Ironmg m clothmq class Flfty one 4 0 f gf nm mem wma nu ns K coufuuon mu .M 53 TURMOIL THE MST I W foorsrm Dnncme Qfnffggfaggggw fi: 'W mms em a SNKKLEFD. Nle :VJ gd 6 sfswl gf A ' 5 Y f' neerneuov cvewowe cu v STU . llllll lv X lllllfk X T N o 0 'Sgr ML OOO 559 Z2 f M HOUIDV DH SEPT20 f SEPT cf 'K X FSSNA ww lib. lllu OCTN X-MUENIENT Tl-IRT CGRTHIN R66 ef 9'1'2'h'iAi 2P9'6fiw 0 :men seouxeun semov, Q, new OCT9 Louis G 1' X "" . 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'- iff V . 7 Q 'P 0.915 , yu 1 ig, will, ' N x fe? X w I 0 ,- A ,,, ' -' D IM 5.46 nl X 0 ' , . v J - - K Z- - ' Q x' X 1 . . -s X -5 0 L ' L QC I 'Fx .. ,' I K isx1!!QJ' 'C X N N N , x .Ilia ' S ll ' ' V ll ' 1 , , H E' X, 'T' -mil' xi 7 'J ngifv WJ YW! MMU wwwmo vwuwu vmuua 4-HST H by , . . 5 - try W . . KM Q i 2 - GH BFIEL D nruLerlcs T0 THE FUTURE GEIIERIITIOII AY they ever uphold the great tradi tion of those students that have gone before them Love ot God and love of Country will insure them the same bounti ful life cherished liberty and happiness which We all have enjoyed in this Country of ours. May they always adhere to the principles of good sportsmanship, with a little regard for the other felloW's point of View which our great school system inculcates into her young men, and spend their leisure hours in the Wholesome surroundings of the athletic field where fair play predominates. These things will put strength in their arms, truth on their lips, and cleanness in their hearts. E. P. lSlipl Madigan. E P 1Sl1pJ MADIGAN S1 Mary s Football Coach Fifty-seven 111 Aldo Accanero 1321 Rrght Haliback 121 lack Bell 1401 Rrght End 131 Orval Burns 1481 Rxght Halfback 141 Rudy Fanska 1361 Le1tTa me Q M1111 Center 161 Carl Guslovlch 1431 Quarterback Yasuo Hata 1291 181 Eldon Hughes 1301 Center 191 Lexaus Iones Right End 1101 Tom Ioseph 4 Rlqht Tackle 1111 Vrctor Launcella 1451 Left End 1121 Frank Lmza Left Hallback 1131 Pete Metchxkolf 1411 Leit End 1141 Roman Ohnemus 1341 Left Halfback 1151WaymondRobertson1491 Rrqht Guard 1161W1l1xam Payne 1531 Left Tackle Lf! 1171 Gene Salalz 1351 Rrght Tackle 1181 Ioe Suarez 1331 Left Guard 1191 Morne Sachs 1381 Left Guard Elmer Snell 1211 Rrght Tackle 1211 Stanley Surma 1441 Fullback 1221 Charles Wrllramson 1421 Right Guard 1231 Irm McGuire 1161 Center 1241 Ixm Robmson 1131 Left Hallback NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Bob Collar 1391, Fullback Wxllxarn Slayton 1521, Q11ar1erbaCk B111 Mason 1241, Rrght Halfback F1fty e-1qht ,ahh . 1 , 'Af , K. Q' ' .N 4-Amir:-3-, i V I A X I . . 1 6 1 171 , Right Guard 1501 1 51 ' 1471 Q. 1 - 1201 s,,n' A FOOTBALL RESERVES TOP ROW Richard Grllenberg Manager Georg Riley Fred Belletxnr Raul Perez Mike Botello Varius Thomrsian Sam Fotis Manager SECOND ROW Donald Hunt Manager Walter Bxlotti Manager Manuel Morales lack Shapiro hm Semponls George Railsbach Iohn Cravea Manager Francisco Gallego Manager loe Merlxno Manager THIRD ROW Coach David Taylor Glen Darroch Gerald Brady Daniel Medina Phil De Grazio lohn Persich Marion Tinnel Clarence Brown Coach Horace Hunt SEATED Dale Wheel r Gregory Almanza Torn Ioseph Bill Mason Leonard Fitzgerald llm McGuire lame Robinson Gene Robertson Edwin Lauricclla Bob Collar CLIISS II FO0TBlIlL Under the guidance of Chief Mentor H L Hunt and able assistant Coach David Taylor the inspired Bulldog eleven of 1939 climaxed a highly 1m pressive grid season with three vic tones two ties and one loss After an impressive scrimmage with the Fremont Pathfinders the potent Bull dogs in the second practice game of the year handed the Frankhn Panthers a 12 to 7 defeat This was the first time Garfield had defeated Franklin in four teen years Fighting against the Bal risters from Marshall High the locals bat tled all afternoon to a 6 to 6 deadlock Thus ended the practice tilts Playing their first game in the Eastein League the Garfield aggregation ' - vaded Reeves Field. This tussle proved to be a well matched battle between th- Bell Eagles and the Bulldogs and re- sulted in a 6 to 6 tie. ln their second showing of the season against the strong Spartans from Hunt- ington Park the Buldogs fell before the Spartans 7 to O after a heartbreaking game. The following week Garfield took revenge by annihilattng the invad- ing Bamblers from Southgate 26 to U. When the Bulldogs of Iordan and the Bulldogs of Garfield met the result was a 6 to 6 tie. The Bulldogs ended their grid season in a blaze of glory by overthrowing the 1938 champions from Bits 7 to O. EASTERN LEAGUE STANDINGS School W L C Huntington Park 1 000 Iordan Garfield Be Rus Southgate Powerhouse Moves H. L. HUNT-Head Coach - DAVE TAYLOR-Ass't. Coach Fifty-nine ll--An FOOTBALL IN ACTION HJ Surma converts mms Gamel C21 Oil to the races flordan Gamel l3l Bell B Game MJ Power attack iBel1 Gamel Good Interference lMarshall Gamej Surma gallops fRus Gamel Park Gamel C81 Surma plunges lFrank lm Gamel C91 V1c on end around play llordanl UDP Last mxnute IDSIHJCIIOH llll Slayton breaks loose lBelll fl2l Gax-held scores Uordanl I l SIX y 4 I' , 4 I Q I5 ' I . . C53 , . 163 ' " C71 Toss up fl-Iuntinqton 5 . , V ' . ,T I 'M' - A N B RESERVES TOP ROW Harry Ioseph Harold Small Oscar Burton Iohn Ohaneslan Raymond loscph Robert Savage Lours Enqbarth B111 Brown Mark Hardrsty Wxllram Rrdley Manager SECOND ROW Head Manager Walter Beechler Dave Glotch Francts Katchaturxan Lawrence Clrtton Edward Pentreld Iohn Gonzales Roy Galmdo Gene Wray Allred Matevoslan Manuel Hernandez Manuel Garcta Manag r Coach Lester I Frederxckson SEATED Chrxs Petrofams Sal Flores V1ncent Romero Carlos Torres lack Parcells Reyes Ogaz Wallace Rxchardsorz Bob Anderson Damel Phtllzps Charles Garbedtan lack Parsons GRIDIRDII LIGHTUIEIGIITS The 1939 L1ghtwe1ght Football squad went through a talrly rmpresslve season wrth three v1ctor1es two ot whlch were two pract1ce games were w1th Frankhr and Marshall and the Bullpups showed plenty ot t1ght by defeatmg them 14 to U and 7 to 6 respecttvely The league cp ner wtth Bell was a thrlller wlth the Eagles comlng out on top w1th a 7 to 6 score The Cnmson eleven lost the next two games Wtth Huntlngton Park 12 to 6 tadeout 1n th1s grtdrron warfare the Bull pups defeated the league champs trom lordan by the score 18 to U and IH so do1ng showed a t1ght1ng Splfll that had not been quenched by prev1ous defeats "B" REGULI-XRS TOP ROW Walter Vrncent Luck Ande son Paul loseph B111 1-Imes Claude Rcllxck B111 Makrdxchran Phrl DeranJa Alton Parker Wrllxam Yoso1an SECOND ROW Head Manager Walter Beechler Assrstant Manager Clarence Ryckert Robert Funk Amsh Sogoran Iulren Zapper Peter Waroft Wlllldm Mutto B111 Wardle Gerald Carter Coach Lester I Frederrckson SEATED Wrllard Shasteen V1ncentMottola Eugene Anderson Ruben Arroyo Robert Maldonaldo Bertram Moomnan Clarence Smrth Wrndell Shark Fred Sheldon lack Strllwell Stxty one 5 1 X - practice games, and three losses. The and to Southgate 6 to O. For a brilliant ffhfw f A BASKETBALL TOP ROW Arthur Fra tco Mgr Henry Barrto Amor Medtna Ta nad e Tarn r Howard 'Vt Cau ghy Vernon Foster Carlos Moreno Alfonso Gomez Mgr Coach Zxnk SEATED Henry Quesada Beral Leach Wrlnarr Ehch Eloy Tafoya Ca Wesley Schnetder Aust Lee Raymond Robl s Gus Arvrzt Mgr CLIIS5 "Il" BIISHETBIILI. ITH three V1ClOI19S and three losses to thetr credtt the A basketball team under the lead ful season tn the f1rst half of the sched ule Th1s book Went to press early before the season closed The squad opened the season by an overwhelmtng vlctory over the Bell Eagles l938 Eastern league champ1ons by a score of 42 to 32 Bob Soto Wlth h s excellent floor work and accurate shoot mg was htgh pomt man Wlth l5 d1Q1lS On the followtng Tuesday Garfteld went to Hunttngton Park and after a hard fought game the Bulldogs founfl themselves on the short end of a 33 to 27 score Ray Robles dtd an excellent Job at guard Moreno was h1gh pomt man Wtth 12 po1nts Tne Garfleld aggregatton 1nvaded the Sxxty two Ramblers court where they met a deter mtned Southgate squad Although Elo 1 Tafoya was htgh potnt man for the locals The Bulldogs next went to Iordan where after a close game they lost by a score of 24 to 2U Rus Vlktngs came to the Bulldog court where Garfteld annexed an easy vtctory wtth Bob Soto httttng the hoop for lQ pomts and Henry Quesada dolng more than hrs share of the guardtng the locals found themselves vtctonous at the end of the ftrst half The followmg men closed thetr bas lcetball careers for thetr Alma Mater Eloy Tafoya Henry Quesada Robert Soto Raymond Robles Carlos Moreno Austtn Lee W1ll1am Eltch Wesley Sch netder Henry Barrlo and Talmadg Turner 2 I f ' ' A ' f , , re , ' , 1 n ershtp of Major Ztnk had a fairly success- the Bulldogs lost by a score of 34 to 19. . ' t t ' - Q , . . . XL gr. 0 yy -I try? GN s K ' af 152- Y it NNW! LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL TOP ROW Augustine A ala Manager Manuel Bnone Paul Medma Alb rt L Bas Earl Wallace Albert Ayala Maurtce Sch artz Gus Arvtzu Manager Coach Zrnk SEATED Herbert Savage Paul Aqqagtnt Frank Gtlo Trurr n Benedrct Cap Rulen lorgenson Ltorrel Goldwater Lo ell av1s Myron Ababurkc lo McElroy LIGHTWEIGHT HODPSTERS AKING the relns of the lO39 Lrght wetghts MaJor Ztnk started the sea son wrth only one returnmg letter man and a group of enthustastrc under Mouldtng rnto shape a scrappy and hard ftghtmg qumtet Maror Zrnk en gaged hrs Bullpups m several practr trlts 1n whrch they were very sucessful lnsprred by the wonderful practlce sea son the Bullpups elced out a 33 to 30 vrctory over the B ll Eaglets tn the openmg ttlt of the league season Tru man Benedrct played a wonderful often SIVQ game to take hrgh scorlng honors Wtth l5 d1g1ts ln the next game wtth l-luntmgton Park the Bullpups found themselves on the short end of a 27 to 20 score A good defensrve game was played by Goldwalter LeBas and Mc Elroy Travelmg south the Pups mvaded the rambhng squad from Southgate to re son lostng to the tune of 37 to 30 ln a mp and tu lc battle the lordan ftve barely trrpped the locals by a score of l7 to l6 Facmg the Vtktngs from Rus the battered but not drscouraged Pups played an over trme game but farled to htt the bucket for the wtnntng pomt and rn so domg fell by a score of 28 to 30 Turnmg the tables over the Bullpups rn the ftrst game of the second round the Bell Eaglets trounced the locals 2l to lo Turnouts of the season were not yet determtned at the t1me thrs went to press because the Pups had yet to meet Hunt rngton Park Southgate Rus and lordan Srx x ree 5 ' Y t 7 s, ' , Q e , , , ' ,W , ' , ' ' . 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