George Washington High School - Continental Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 36 of the 1945 volume:
CALI FCR N I A
RALPH E. WINCHESTER, PRINCIPAL
SIDE BY SIDE
HARRIET C. ROBBINS
GIRLS' VICE PRINCIPAL
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Betty Lou Pe k
GIRLS' VICE PRESIDENT
THEY LEAD US
DWIGHT E. LYONS
BOYS' VICE PRINCIPAL
BOYS' VICE PRESIDENT
IOHNNY IVIARTI N, PRESIDENT
Dashing about the campus and thru the
arches in a constant quest for service, and
themselves excelling in character and citizen-
ship, the W'45 Knights rounded out a semes-
ter, successful in all fields undertaken.
In addition to raising the flag to the tune of
"Call to the Colors," they also included in their
calendar for the year a dinner at the L.A. Ath-
letic Club as guests of Mr. Brandon, finally
crowning the semester's activities with the
K and L.
After repeating "The Knights' Pledge" for
their last Thursday meeting, Washington's
finest will take with them, when they leave the
campus, many heartfelt memories of happy
times as Knights of W'45. As old Willie
Shakespeare, the bard said, "They are as full
of valour as of kindness, and princely in both."
Betty Childers Tom Barsam Marilyn Dankers Christ Caras
Marjorie Meeker jimmie Long Elaine Mertz johnny Martin
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ACULTY Dobyns Burgess Hodgeman Chase Kalpakian Allen Ahrens james Fisk Garst Heaton Hodgens, jorgensen, Glick, Greensides, Kemp,
osey Ley Draper Goble Carver Butler Hunt Moore Everest Haggart Kelly Hansen Cunningham Crumpacker, Guideninger, Carlson, Maupin,
ollinger Morrow Duda Carmichael johnson Baker Barroger Deitch Bennett Barry Fox Helvey Edwards, Bennett, Heilman, Duncan.
With their smart navy blue sweaters and bright red emblems, the Ladies
take their place vesicle the Knights as one of the leading honor organizations
of Washington I-ligh. Each of the bright-faced young girls has stacked up
proud records of willing and valuable service to the school. To put it
briefly, they've really earned their rank and emblem.
The Ladies are the official hostesses of Washington. They can be found
in the cafeteria every day after nutrition hastily scurrying away with the
unsightly glasses and bottles left there by their classmates. Further-
more, the Ladies, with equal effort from the Knights, are responsible for
making each Alumni Day a campus highlight and a real success.
Miss Robbins, girls' vice-principal, is the sponsor of this select group.
Needless to say both sponsor and Ladies deeply regret graduation when they
have to bid one another goodbye.
A'leen De Fazio Burton Chauncey Virginia Dobyns Nick Calloway Elloa Douglas limmie Gomes Zoe Gardner Charles Henderso
Beverly Nelson Hugh McCIaskey Betty Perkins Ronald Raskey Bertha Stockton David Tong Leda Stockton Shirley Smith
ATER l-IONCDRS UNTIL
FACULTY-Blumbcrg, Parkill, Hertzog, Burston, Spears, Spellisey, Sanders Smtes Veidt Smith Segal Wilcox Knapp Andrews Richmond Worm
inghaus. Walker, Davies, Rcbok, Rollins, Houston, Dixon Ray, Sampson Siemens Potter Walter Doug Stone Wyatt Hatfield Cundiff
EPHEBIANS-Lett to Right
-Row I: Zoe Gardner,
Aileen dc Fazio, Virginia
Dobyns. Row 2: Charles
Henderson, Christ Caras,
Edwin Ables john Wm Acord Earl Anderson George V Anderson jas E Atkinson Virginia Bachman Virginia Badger Rickie Balser
Robert Ban Gene Barrett Tom Barsam Alice Block Bill Bohannon Don L Bowers jackie Boyce Dorothy j. Boylesn
june Bramblet Tom Bristol jack Brotherton johanna Brouws Martha Brown Bill Burger joyce Burke Duane C. Butler
Eleanor I. Carlson
Helen Lily Carlson
Barbara L. Castle
Marian L. Churchill
loyce A. Clemons
Emily Donna Cohen
Doris lean Crocker
Eileen Rose Cromk
Barbara Bell Cross
Marilyn L. Dankers
Aileen De Fazio
Don De Sues
Virginia Ann Dobyns
Betty lane Duncan
Gladys L. Ezell
George W. Fischer
Gloria Elaine Foster
Ernest C. Graham
Mary Ioan Gray
Constance E. Greer
Conway W. Harris
Blanche E. Howery
Rodney E. lbers
Evelyn L. jetfries
Grant R. jensen
Tony A. Lietzan
Don N. Lystra
Bessie M. Martin
Evelyne V. McCarty
LaRue M. McKinney
Clifford L. McNulty
Ruth LaVerne Means
Barbara Elaine Mull
Beverly june Nelson
Dolorys Belle Oates
GCDAL IS REACI-IED
klyce P. Partello
letty Lou Perkins
Doreen C. Pilkington
Ronald D. Raskey
Nalt E. Rawlings
Sloria Iane Rich
Patricia F. Rodricks
Marilyn I. Rothman
Louise Rae Rugglefs
Margaret I. Ruiz
Charles I. Ruth
Dorcne C. Selander
Barbara A. Smith
Mary Iane Smith
Roy A. Stephens
Bertha E. Stockton
Leda B. Stockton
Pauline I. Traviss
Melvin E. Vette
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13, Douglas, Gloria Loster, Helen Rokos. Row 2: Don Robinson, loyce Damon, Ron
Raskey, Thelma Perry, Chuck Disparte.
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sENloR Bow IN THE SERVICE
When the graduating class of W'45, the Chevaliers of George Washington High School, march down
the aisle to receive their diplomas on commencement day, they will be thinking of the members of their
class who are now in the service of their country, fighting so that this very ceremony may take place.
They will be thinking of those valiant boys who have exchanged a graduation robe for a service uniform,
a peaceful happy-go-lucky high school senior's life for that of a man in the service of his country.
These seniors will realize how fortunate they are that they themselves are not among the missing,
away at the bloody business of war on this proud day, and they will silently pray for the safe return of
their pals who could not stay to graduate.
They will reflect upon the reasons why their ranks are so depleted, not only by those boys who have
entered the army and navy, but by those who chose the Maritime Service, or the Air Transport Command,
and they will think of the boys who, entering high school with them, graduated with the last class, and
are now in the armed forces. These things will be in the minds of the seniors on commencement day.
Many of the boys will be wondering how soon they will join their pals in service. And all the seniors will
be thinking of what they can do, both individually and collectively, in order that the sacrifice their class-
mates have made shall not have been in vain.
GRADUATES OF W'45
Duane C. Butler
Bill P. Dennis
William H. Eason
Peter T. Estes
Gene G. Graves
Marvin D. Leivensten
Alfred l. Lund
P. Lemuel Majors
B. Bruce Rogers
Charles l. Ruth
Arthur l. Salvail
Louis j. Uranga
Don C. Young
Catherine R. Vicari
Robert D. Warner
Ruth H. Weinstein
Robt. L. Weisbrich
Mary Bills Wells
Barbara E. Wessel
Gladys O. Wick
Dorothy Rose Wickens
Darlene Rance Wilkes
Vern E. Wilson
Dewey R. Woodward
George W. Woolery
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Perhaps the biggest event of the season, with 250 couples attending, was the annual
Sadie Hawkins dance. It you weren't there, you should have been.
The entertainment was excellent with Barbara Pollard singing "Dance With a Dolly"
and putting all the Pollard charm into it. She was followed by Ron Whitson singing "Night
and Day" and he did such a swell job that he was returned by the crowd to sing "All or
Nothing At All." Oh Frankielll lsighl
The celebrated Lil' Abner and Daisy Mae were chosen toward the end of the evening.
They were Don Risen and Bobby lean Taylor. They got the wonderful prize of one bag of
carrots. Perhaps the most comical couple in Skunk Holler that evening was Zoe Gardner and
Ronald Rasl-Ley. Ron attended wearing a long,streaming corsage given to him by Zoe.
During the intermission, if you felt the need of something to brace you, tree orange
juice and cookies were served in one corner of the gym. Chuck Henderson, the celebrated
speaker of NVashington, acted as M.C. All in all it was a grand dance down to the last squeeze
of the hand in the game of electricity during the second intermission.
A good way of selling bonds and stamps was the Stamp Stomp held in the boys' gum
and sponsored by the Sub-Debs. Chuck Disparte and his Rambling Ramblers furnished the
music and Chuck Henderson, dancing with Zoe Gardner, the entertainment. There was a
good deal ot standing around until the stick cheat, and then things really started humming.
YANKEE DOODLE DANDY DANCE
The most recent social, as this goes to press, was the Yanks' Doodle Dandy Dance held
November 27 in the boys' gym with Chuck Disparte again furnishing the music assisted by
Betty Duncan as she sang "Somebody Loves Me."
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With streamers, laughter,
Oaky Doakes, and the delight-
ful music of Bill Fredrich, the
annual K and L took place.
Oaky Doakes, the character
from medieval times, was the
theme, and beautiful blue
lighting furnished the setting.
The K and L has long been a
tradition at Washington and
one of its most gala affairs.
The senior play, still to be
produced, is the sparkling
"lanie," titled from its main
Lights, dancing, top hats,
and the good old make-you-
want - to - dance music drew
crowds of happy Chevaliers
and Yanks to the senior hop.
The Yanks went to great trou-
ble to represent all of the pop-
ular night spots and famous
street corners of Broadway that
the Chevaliers will soon visit
as they seek careers in the far
cities of the world.
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Coach Les Heilman
has rounded out his
second season as var-
sity football mentor at
handling the Cee team
for several years, he
took over the Bees for
one season only. With
the transfer of Coach
Marlett, Mr. Heilman
stepped into the varsity
spotlight, and has han-
dled two fairly success-
Capt. Wayne Waddell
Although failing to bring home the bacon the Southern League football title for this year Washing
ton's Red and Blue eleven made a gallant try for top honors, finally being eliminated by Fremont in the last
game of the season after taking the league lead the preceding week.
The Generals i944 pigskin squad consisted of hard-fighting, daring, and spirited gridders who loved to
play this great American sport and were headed by an equally fine coach, Les Heilman, who developed an always
dangerous team from what material he had on hand.
ln the initial league tilt of the season, it was quarterback Dick Contreras, who proved the game's hero with
his unstoppable smashes off tackle and sweeps around the ends.
Ends, Bill Evans and Harlan Bateman, stole all the glory for Washington during the Roosevelt grid battle as
their defensive play was all a coach could ask for.
Standouts in the Manual Arts contest were linemen Wayne Waddell, Floyd Powers, Bill Bradshaw, Roy
Skinner and Warren Richardson, who stopped a touchdown-driving Toiler eleven cold, on the six inch line.
On the following week, Polytechnic collapsed before the Bill Mossman-to-Dick Calvert aerial battery, after
which Fremont thumped the Generals who, when the curtain finally came down, ending the season, found them-
selves resting in third place.
VARSITY FOOTBALL-B. Evans, Gallagher, Moore, Bateman, Richardson, Capt. Waddell, Calvert, Rogers, Rennie,
Powers, Cantril, johnson, Kapple, Conteraras, McCIuskey, Mossman, Haley, Morning, Manning, Zurek, Fisher,
Skinner, Badostain, R. Evans, Caustin, Schultz, Holloway, Barrett, Wolfson, Bradshaw, Grewell, lensen, Debbas,
Husbands, Hagan, Church, Pierson, Corwin, Graham, Lindsay, Slane, Blackard, Pederson, Smith, Heidenthal, Win-
nigar, Briggs, Greenwood, Heilman, Hauser, Mgr., Bailey, Mgr., Artz, Galloway, Kesslar, Minutella, Hutton, Mgr.,
Kauwell, Mgr.. Riblett, Mgr.
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Bill Evans Bill Gallagher Bob Moore Bill Powers Warren Richardsor
SGUTI-IERN LEAGUE CCD-CHAMPS
Capt. Ron Gifford
EE FOOTBALL-Morris, Davis, Campbell, Quaid, Capt. Gifford, Dill, Logan, Moffit, Cary, Barnett,
zbber, Hawkins, Cairns, lones, Bernard, Harper, Wilson, Pinnock, Spring, Ballas, Geddis, Smouse, Mc-
ormick, Parker, lack Baker, Pinner, Berner, Collins, Brancati, lacobs, Dewey, Evans, I. Anderson,
arup, lohn Baker, Sukdol, lohnson, Moore, Corrigan, Kazarian, Feinstein, Butler, Braievich, D. Ander-
fn, Walton, Wyatt, Mgr. Marsh, Walsh, Scott, Orman, Brillon, Coglietti, Tartakow, Mgr. Cannon.
Ted Aarup Richard Bernard Tom Butler Delmar Dewey
Wayne Fienstein Gil Hawkins Roger Pinnock Bob Quaid
Looking back over a success-
ful season in which they suf-
fered only one setback, the
diminutive giants of the Wash-
ington Bee team find they have
come out ahead of the varsity
in the Southern League prep
Because of limited space, it
is impossible to heap upon
them all the praise they so
rightly deserve. Singularly, they
are just average American kids,
but together they form an un-
defeatable combination, a
triple-threat gang of grid war-
riors with the indomitable Yan-
kee spirit to win.
lt is hard to name any out-
standing players, as they are
all outstanding. ln the jeff
fracas it was Gil Hawkins and
Dick Bernard, against the
Rough Riders of Roosevelt, El-
wood Tartacow and Delmar
Dewey took the honors, Ron
Gifford and Hugh Corrigan,
against Manual Arts. At Poly,
Neil Walton, Bob Dill, and
Harold Logan formed a stub-
born wallg and in the now-
famous Fremont tilt it was Bob
Harper, and again, Tartacow,
Sifford, and Dewey who spark-
ad the team to the hard-won
victory placing them in a three-
Nay tie for the championship.
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Coach Gail Wyatt was the main reason for
the General Bee's "esprit de corps" during the
football season. The feeling of good will was
so high toward this popular, good-natured
helmsman that he became the ideal of the
Although normally mild-mannered, Wyatt's
determined nature during the actual games
proved to be the light that lit the fire of victory
in the eyes of the Bees whenever the going was
Capt. lim Brideweiser lack Brotherton Wally Eldred Don Risen Ed Sheldrake
Captain lerry Taylor Bull Catron Art De Goede George Naumann Allen Trainor
VARSITY BASKETBALL-Hinkelman, Sheldrake, Long, Risen, Mitchell, Uslander, Barsam,
Henderson, Elred, Daffin, Shakespeare, Steinberg, Brideweiser, Brotherton.
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BEE BASKETBALL - Tabah, Prouty, Waadt, Catron, Yost, Taylor, Carmichael, Lowerison.
Nauman, DeGoede, Trainor, Lockett, Sabkoski, McBride, Reynolds, Tomlin, Waltemeyer, Fike,
lohnson, Little, Doig.
AND omiaia SPQRTS
ALL CITY CRCDSS COUNTRY TEAM
This year's Varsity cross-country team proved to be one of Washington's most successful teams in years.
The season was marked by six victories and one loss.
This year's outstanding stars were as follows: Dick Knorr, Bill Busby, Iim Reynard, Iimmy Summers, Deon
Carico, George Moffitt, and john Giberson.
Living up to expectations this year's Bee cross-country team ran an undefeated season.
Outstanding runners were Bob McHenry, Dave Herman, Bill Kitts, Dale Wright, Love, Allen, Short, and
CROSS COUNTRY-Left to Right-Row I: C. Minton, D. Carrico, I. Sommers, B. McHenry, B. Busby, I. Rey-
nard, I. Gibberson, D. Wright. Row 2: M. Vette, T. Shakespeare, B. Vaughan, G. Moffitt, D. Knorr, D. Herman,
B. Kitts, D. Allen, E. Hare. Row 3: B. Moline, T. McKiernan, B. Roberts, R. Beckett, W. Newstrom, B. Rawns-
Iey, E. Gable, D. Nightengale, R. Froment. Row 4: Coach Wyatt, T. Hill lmgrl, I. Sullivan, L. Fisher, M. Lowe,
I. Short, I. Iacobsen lmgrl, Mr. Cundiff.
DEVELOP SCI-ICDCDL SPIRIT
ATHLETIC CABINET-Left to Right-Row I: Bobby
PETE RETA Fredson. Row 2. Mr. Carmichael, sponsor: Bruce Marsh,
Ray Larson, Frank Carringella, Don Albitx. Row 3: Larry
lacobson, Bob Zuber, lohn Homuller, Ralph Kauwell.
Row 4: Ted Hill, Eli Point, Rudolph Mammoth, Gene
Cheer leaders are always necessary to give the student body a sense of unity during
athletic games and this year the cheer leaders have worked hard to lend enthusiasm to all
the competitive events held here at Washington, The yells were led by Lloyd Ballantyne
and the boys were really put through their paces, especially Bob james, who proved to be
the fast stepper of the quartet. Although Tiny Tamburri worked hard at the business of
leading cheers, he managed to find the time to water the track at one of the games, while
Don Albitz's quiet manner was quickly shed as he donned the garb of yell leader.
Although the song leaders are not allowed to participate in events that are competitive,
the girls "strutted their stuff" at the few rallies that we did have. While Ann Beller did the
very necessary job of conducting the audience, Denee Colden and Becky Chambers performed
their clever pom-pom routines.
Yell and Song Leaders-Left to Right-Row l: Denee Golden, Ann Beller, Becky Chambers. Row 2: Bob lames,
Antony Tamburri, Lloyd Ballantyne. Don Albitz.
Action has been the keynote of C-.A.A.
during the past year. The energetic and
peppy 'fems' have had hours of fun and
frolic through the sports offered. Practically
every day swarms of girls move over the
girls' athletic field, playing volleyball,
tennis, speedball, basketball, and hockey.
Swimming, too, has its place, with the aqua-
tic-minded girls traveling to the Y.W.C.A.
pool. One of the most vivid memories of
C.A.A. is the annual banuet, at which
everyone goes all out for a good time, such
as at the 'Winter Carnival'
G A A c A A CABINET-Left to Right-new 1: Dolores lanes, lean campben, loan Basis, Ann
, , , Brown, Miss Sylva, Ann Beller, president: Dorthey Andrews, Marjorie, Meeker, Greta Olsen.
Row 2: Beverly Giese, lean Reed, Shirley Huckins, Pat Olsen, lanis Shaber, Par Kieth.
WCDRK AND PLAY
Bond and stamp sales were
boosted this semester by the
method of having individual
groups and clubs sponsor a bond
week. Each of the participating
groups :selected a hero to honor.
information concerning each
hero was posted in the main bul-
letin board and posters were dis-
played in the main halls. Some
of the bond weeks were adver-
tised by having a program put on
by the members of the group.
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tisement were used. Some groups
played records during noon, some
presented talent, and one class
staged a dance.
Whil-2 most of the groups hon-
ored a Washington Cold Star
Hero. several honored one who
was still alive.
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SCHOLARSHIP-Left to Right-Row l: M. Winchell, M. Wurzer, M. L. Reina, D. Reid, M. Rollins. Row 2: V..
Olson, S. Tyler, B. Vinger, E. Schultz, G. Watrous, S. Bakes. Row 3: I. Beak, L. Baldner, F. Eagle, B. Melone, M.
Churchill, B. Filt, I. McNamara, B. Fischer. Row 4: I. Mayer, G. Donnelly, A. Hassoldt, I. Hunt, R. Michael, D.
SCHOLARSHIP-Left to Right-Row l: B. Klein, B. Amos, B. Barnes, B. Buchanan, D. Elias, T. Dusinger, A.
Beisert. Row Z: P. Buchanan, D. Blunden, M. Mack, M. Lindquist, D. Benson, R. Cox, C. Lodge, B. Lang. Row 3:
I. House, L. Emmert, S. Margolis, B. Matthewson, B. Grannis, K. McDonnell, D. Gallagher.
NEW TORCHBEARERS-Left to Right-Row l: D. Hartley, I. Shaber, I. Palke, D. Duckett, P. Griffith, D.
Schocppe, A. Avak, D. Cornat. Row 2: I. Iames, B. Lockctt, I. King, D. Aggen, A. Scherer, I. Selman, L. Kay, K.
Kelly, P. McKinney. Row 3: P. Bercovitz, S. McBride, D. Staltz, B. Merritt, P. Keith, D. Andrews, I. Schvessler
M. Fife, B. Kunsman, E. Bosch, M. Hunt. Row 5: D. Walter, C. Minton, E. Willis, L. Hinkelman, R. Evans, M.
Loeterman, C. Fischer, V. Larson. Raw 6: W. Blakeslee. G. Caras, I. Reynard, R. White, A. Aiello.
OLD TORCHBEARERS-Left to Right-Row l: B. Greenhoot, K. Dalis, I. Simpson, M. Cissna, G. Peal, I. Patzer,
A. Gibson, R. Felhman. Row 2: E. Iohnson, M. Foster, V. Dobyns, M. Federer, E. Tucker, A. Partello, E. Goldring.
Row 3: I. Cassidy, I. Locektt, A. Trainor, R. Pinnock, B. Foster, F. Baffa, C. Owen, M. Holmes. Row 4: I. Muth
B. Mastcn, I. Lukken, L. Steel, M. Meeker, V. Hahn, M. Woolery. Row 5: B. Teaford. A. Gustelius, G. Spear, E.
Luckenback, A. Beller, B. Kimbrel, I. Gomes. Row 6: L. Minner, B. Burger, B. McDonnell, H. Watkins, H. Ver-
man, V. Iorden, C. Woolery. Row 7: Sanderson, A. DeCoede, R. Weiss, R. Parsons.
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BOYS' AND GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET-Left to Right-Row 1: Virginia Hahn, president: Barbara Guidotti, vice presi-
dent: Miss Robbins: Ann Brown, secretary: Marie Brown, treasurer. Row 2: Art De Goede, vice president: David Tong,
president: Mr. Doig: Bob Barnett, treasurer: Jim Reynard, secretary.
iTUDENT SERVICE Left to Right-Row 1: R. Darling, T. Deisinger, A. Gibson, T. Gates, H. Folmar, V. Calhoon, R. Baffa, J
eightner, C. Avila. B. Barnes, J. Fossell, M. Burgess, L.. Field, J. Dunn, F. Cyers. Row 2: J. Doerfier, M. Demint, J. Anderson, J
rlckson. M. Aldredge, E. Andrews, L. Baird, B. Burns, B. Bronse, M. Ehlers, M. Brott, R. Abramson, A. Beisert. Row 3: L. Fasold,
3 Bradbury, K. Bostlman, A. Brown, I. Eagle, J. Fifield, D. Baugh. A. Durfee, C. Dierkens, J. Ellis, J. Bunting, V. Carroll. Row 4
Il Gagishian, M. Darvns, D. Flourmay, J. Clemons, M. Allen, B. Fisher, I. Erchert, D. Gallagher, A. Coagn, V. Dixon, F. Atkinson,
Gallagher, H. Burningham, B. Fike. Row 5: S. Chase, J. Folley, K. Beason, J. Balsidall, C. Elbeling, W. Bell, V. Butler, B. Funk,
3 Allis, F. Eagle, C. Brems. Row 6: J. Brotherton, D. Anderson, F. Baffa, M. Galloway, F. Foster, I. Gellespie, J. McCants, D. Glinn,
M Fragracomo, D. Federar, P. Dramen, E. Basch, B. Fitt, A. Aiello, K. Farris. Row 7: B. Gallagher, B. Bode, A. Beller, Daly, Blan
arte Furst, Flury, Alsap, Geisler, Fischer, Andrews, Alpimion, Gable. A. Morning.
STUDENT SERVICE-Left to Right-Row 1
R. Madden, J. Leland, C. MoClyman, E. Mc
Rae, D. Jagger, R. Jackson, V. Jackson, D
Harley, l. Laffargue, J. Henderson, D. Morris
C. Henderson, C. Miller, J. Peterson, B. Hol
brook. Row 2: G. Hale, C. Lodge, V. Lesher
S. Marvel, H. Johnson, D. Mergelmeyer, G
Noble, R. Marshick, J. Means, R. Means, M
Haycook, K. McDonnell, B. Milone, D. Levack
Row 3: J. House, D. McLean, B. Nelson, J
Kraus, S. Morris, E. Halley. M. Mertho, R
Mason, L. Henningsen, M. Lindquist, B
Holzwarth, F. Holley, A. Jones, J. Nunn
Row 4: M. Morrow, C. Mueller, L. Kay, K
Kelly, J. Kemster, K. Kiapas, L. Hahn, W
Meier, M. Moseley, P. Mitchell, J. Harris, A
Happner, J. Holt. Row 5: P. Hallhlan, L
Henderson, P. Hynes, B. Mattson, D. Kuester
M. Komada, M. Mitchell, P. Noe, M. Coyne
M. Lewis, D. Morand, D. King, D. Dahlouist
Flow 6: P. McDonald, D. McBarry, J. Lock
ridge, P. Jensen, M. Loving, J. Marcel, M
Morgan. J. Huff, R. Hednrickxon, F. Heath
L. Hodges, E. Markart. Row 7: M. Harris
M. Knox, L. Hansen, N. Bartlett, M. L. Reina
R. Little, D. Lovgren, G. Maney, M. MkcGre
gor, P. Longnaker, V. Hodge, C. Liffreing, V
Kendall, M. Marsh, J. Mclntosh, H. Jones
Row 8: B. Heller, E. Maderk, M. Len, P
Newman, C. Kwasryock, K. Hill, P. Stein
berg, B. Nosker, J. Leonhardt, H. Houston
STUDENT SERVICE Leli lo Righ!-Row 1
A. Vacarra, C. Shafer, M. Vauano, J. Sears,
R. Rook, N. Posllo, B. Perkins, P. Terusa, S.
Olson, J. Webb. M. Sluarl, B. Taylor. Row 2
M. Rolllnl, M. Robbins. M. Reeves, D. Raiser,
J. Shafler, P. Schultze, 8. Youngberg, B
Whealley. P. Savage. Row 3: J. Shaber, L.
Preshlw, M. Parker, M. Smiih, S. Sullivan,
D. Wynen, I. Savage, D. Snaln, M. Ward, B.
Klein, S. Ward, R. Vardanian. Row 4: C
Russell, D. Parkinson, R. Tilley, G. Robinson
E. Regan, 8. Wick, J. Weinsieln, A. Parlello
B. Weller, N. Plmonlal. Row 5: F. Smith
Y. Shelton, T. Syersen, E. Vance, J. Wilhelm
E. Swanson, N. Wollnaur, D. Tubb, D. 0s-
lunder, B. Pollard, S. Nlchols. Row 6: F
Wood, M. Sundberl, I. Tanner. J. Weessles,
B. Vlnger, G. Wairoul, H. Smlth, P. Thomas.
Row 7: B. Whitmore, S. Trlska, E. Price, D.
Rank, L. Oslrlnq, M. Presler, J. Simpson, J.
Twogood, J. Zunlgn, D. Sherman. Row B:
B. Sheaiher, B. Wlnlers, S. Tyler, H. Werges.
V. Welllnglon, E. Srnllh. Row 9: G. Woolery,
0. Rouse, D. Sialker, D. Walker, E. Shaw, R
Rollins, J. Slaphent, D. Walton.
TRAFFIC SQUAD-Left lo Right-Row 1: K. Cooley, B. Sorenson, J. Martin. P. Hamilton. C. Owen. Row 2: M. Modelad. J. Clapp,
C. Henderson. L. Hahn. Row 3: J. Clarke, R. Weiss, Mr. Edwards. R. Delaney, G. Reardon.
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SERVICE SQUAD-Left io Righi-Row 1: B. Chauncey, R. Evans. D. Baker. R. Pinnock, J. Long, C. Lawerison. D. Robinson, J.
Gomes, A. Trainor, H. Waddi. Row 2: B. McCIuskey, F. Baffa, F. Jordan, D. Anderson, H. MoClaskey, J. Davies, J. Baker, R. Woods,
J. Brotherlon. Row 3: H. Verman, H. Watkins, B. McDonnell, B. Soloman. B. Burger. B. White, J. Clarke, B. Bispo, A. Aiello E.
Ables. Row 4: J. Uiley, B. Evans, J. Brideweiser, P. Sieinberg, R. Raskey, R. Delaney, R. McBride, C. Disparle, l. Brown. D. Fike.
gow iS: R. Barnelt, T. Barsam, L. Hahn, C. Henderson, E. Daffin, C. Caras, L. Hinkleman, A. de Goede. 0. Henderson. G. Caras, C.
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DRUM AND BUGLE-Left to Right-Row l: Schmitt, Escovar, Fehlman, Peterson, Moody lDrum
Maiorettel , Patzer, Rokos, Grossman, Manning, Christian. Row 2:Greer, Souto, Madshon, Colvin, Ham-
ilton, Houston, McCants, Matsen. Row 3: Studts, Doolittle, McBride, Taylor, Ray, Scott. Row 4: Rogers,
Blunden, Lesher, lsenor, Collier, Swanson, Vlottes, Wellington, Powell, Bode. Row 5: Frazee, Williams,
Flanagan, Petterson, Hartman. Row 6: Weed, Clark, Campbell, Anderson, Swanson, Osborne, McFarlond.
Not Shown: Pochrandt, Watson, Pallitt, Hill.
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THE BAND-Piccolo: V. Butler. Flute: I. lbers, D. Englund. Clarinet: L. Flynn, R. Doris, I. Rizzotti
I. Ieffries, F. Ralston, M. Toffel, R. Van Warmer, C. Argabright, P. Andrews, A. Powell. Sax: I. Long
I. Patterson, P. Ekloff, D. Lufford, H. Swanson, G. Mertz, D. Wright. Bass Clarinet: N. Paul. Cornet
l. McRae, F. Carew, B. Lord, D. Edwards, L. Emmert, D. Reid, T. Rizzotti, I. Leibrock, E. Perry, E
Sochet, E. Markus. French Horn: B. Lampton, E. Schroeder, L. Kester. Alto Horn: O. Christian, I. Bacon
C. Berkirst. Trombone: C. Campbell, N. Schumow, W. Newstrom, W. McClaskey. Baritone: B. McDon-
nell, W. Richardson, D. Reid, H. Camp. Bass: T. Sanderson, I. Coon, E. Beebe. Percussion: C. Manning,
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Cheering our bright eyed
lads of the gridiron to victory,
the Band and Drum and Bugle
Corps teamed together on
Hughes field to spend long
hours at practice and drill.
Blasts of silver bugles and the
beat of rolling drums touched
colorful routines with a mili-
Classics were interpreted
by the orchestra to please
each listening ear, during con-
certs held throughout the
semester. Inspired musicians
gained valuable experience in
arrangements for the Christ-
mas program and Midwinter
With spiritual, classical,
humorous, and popular songs,
the Boys' and Cirls' Cleo
Clubs lent their harmony to
them all. Christmas programs,
aud calls, operettas, musicals,
and the graduation program
were stimulated by these
groups who found their way
into the hearts ot Washing-
ton music lovers.
The music department has
added one laurel after the
other to its crown ot out-
GIRLS' CLEE CLUB-Left to Right-Row l: M. A. Stewart, N. Bartlett, B. Kordahl, B. Duncan, E.
Swanson, D. Tomlinson, S. Mezzanatto. Row 2: B. Holzworth, V. Peterson, M. Wells, A. Carmichael,
L. MacDonald, D. Smith, I. Monson, l. Tanner. Row 4: T. Osborne, I. Ogden, C. Mitchell, D. Kotoff,
M. Ports, A. Whitlowe, M. Rice, P. Griffith, L. McKelvey. Row 5: D. Ellis, E. Price. I. Ballanger, I.
BOYS' CLEE CLUB-Left to Right-Row l: I. Blackmore, A. Tamburri, B. Ratner, T. Butler, .
Taberty, D. Parker, S. Wimbrough. Row 2: C. Hill, E. Kapple, l. Sochet, Mr. Hansen, W. Parker
Guasti, L. Riblet, H. Argo. Row 3: E. Swenson, I. Clarke, E. Thompson, R. Weiss, W. Blackeslee, .
Denny, F. Furanna, I. Clapp. Row 4: D. Richardson, C. Roller, R. Cannon. D. Callahan, C. Reardon, .
Bohmer, V. Wilson, C. Iohnson.
THE ORCHESTRA--First Violin: I. Martin, Concertmistress: M. Moritz, N. Frey, T. Gcear, C. Olander,
P. McKinney, I. McCants, B. Reichel. Second Violin: V. Taylor, F. Holley, I. Van Parcen, I. McKowen,
C. Endsley, I. Benton, G. Leroy, M. Engeldorf, F. Gottlieb. Viola: B. Chilcutt, V. Hyink, W. Newstrom.
Cello: I. Smith, C. Shearer, M. Vernon. String Bass: B. Robertson, P. Mitchell, D. Weiss. Flute: D. Eng-
lund, M. Schwartz. Oboe: D. Walter. Clarinet: R. Hanson, C. Henderson. Bassoon: I. Coon, D. Walter.
Trumpet: D. Economy. I. Leonhardt. E. Kelley. Horn: L. Kester, E. Schroeder, B. Lampton. Trombone: N.
Silveria, N. Schumow. Tuba: T. Sanderson. Percussion: W. Mikesell, I. De Maree. Piano: B. De Maggio,
C. Woods, R. Sullens.
CONTINENTAL STAFF-Left to Right-Row 1: Ann Brown: Lois Hildreth, picture editor: loan Patzer, art editor:
limmie Gomes, editor: Barbara Klein, copy editor: Barbara Greenhoot: Diane Reid. Row 2: Charles Williams, assistant art
editor: Dorothy Wickens: Gerald Wells: Don Mazen: Louise Marquis: lim Roberts. Row 3: Dorothy Andrews: Leo Hahn:
Miss Knapp, sponsor: George Woolery: Shirley Schroeder: Charles Henderson: Mrs. Hazell, art sponsor.
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