George Washington High School - Continental Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1948

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In recognition of their good sportsmanship in this situation, their scholastic achieve- ments, and their athletic prowess, we, the Continental Staff of Summer '48, dedicate this volume to the Vikings, Winter X Class of 1948. i t 'ffl .f,?.' , A Ai K , . N h ff 'i x " X' lf 4- f i7 if fs' " V ll' XL I, X-' f EZ 4 'N K r gk is 41 3 52'o:"J, P j , X My f f out 'Y'- ! f 0?-M f - tc ax in -5. :4 ff-4 is lj ij X-I, so I it PURBWURD The past has shaped the present, and history repeats itself. Evidence of this is everywhere today, especially in the world of fashion. The l'0ld Look" of the nineties has become the "New Look" of the forties. lnspired by this throwback to an earlier era in women's fashions, the Con- tinental staff has selected "Gay Ninetiesl' as the theme for the 1948 yearbook. Since pictures are of prime importance in a yearbook, we have attempted to create a "New Look" photographic- ally by reviving the f'Old Look" of the family album. Old time song titles have been used here and there in the copy to develop further the Gay Nineties flavor. Inside the pages of this old fashioned memory book you will see modern blades and belles, and you will find reminders of all phases of school life, the whistle that marked the end ofa victorious football season, the orches- tra that played 'Goodnight Ladies" at one of the sport dances, and the laugh sensation that "Best Foot Forwardn became. When one attempts to revive the old, one cannot wholly escape being influenced by the new. Therefore, this book, though executed in part in the manner of a bygone era, has much in it that is streamlined and modern. We hope you will like this combination of the old and the new. L!.j"N 3131, - ,mfs ff W A , W4 Q X X , x MA K U29 WKAMWX xv! 'fx WW? W W' W X W W' M xy if B 'W Nw X 'K XXNJ QM? 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New X f u l, W M 2 W I A .7 4' ff 4 4 , QQQF -f X ffm X X f x wxxwff easv ' wi V' 1'-mv f KQWN-W ,Z xwgnvsff A X M245 9 1+ A 4 f X X X , if '3,w,f'W:-f 1 Wffr' , 77W ,ff f f f ,ww fn: riffs' 1. ,, gy if v ZW f, ff! f ,f V , 4 , ,Q ' WW' ffhff ,Q Qwmf"v K ,pm , fm' ' aff wif' M' W 'efkfff Q N' ,iwfih ffivgfx '- MMM' Q f N94 Saw f ' f 'MW' - WW y fffffl LWW9 Af 2. ff VWZWZ wwf ,g fp f N 4 ff , - , Af , , . iff ,Alf it r ,4 2 ,L VKX, Z 4 X wQ,'lff7'iiff'iiP'+f!' my Whether seated in the traditional little red schoolhouse or in one of the modern up-to-dateicity schoolrooms, teach- ers have but one goal, that of making better citizens for the World of tomorrow. The faculty at Washington are skilled technicians, trained in the art of educating Washingtonians. These men and Women Well deserve the respect and ad- miration of everyone at Washington. "THE BELL DUTH RING" Tor the first time in several semesters Washington l-Iigh School returns to the publication of an annual CUN- TINENTAL. The attempts, during the war and for the few years following, to publish a book each semester be- came economically unsound and resulted in a book definitely inferior to this present publication. The staff and students of VVashington began early last September developing the plan for this issue. They organized and successfully conduc- ted a sales campaign which has resulted in the printing and issuance of more than 1700 year books. The learning experiences involved and the managerial problems have given opportunities to a large number of students to apply, in a very practical way, knowledge ac- quired in the planning, writing, and printing of this issue. The book in itself is a compliment to all who participated and it will serve as a valuable volume in the later re-call of your years at lvashington. Changes are taking place which will gradually change the outward appearances of Vlfashington High School - a new graduation platform, newly acquired property, an im- proved baseball diamond, a new girls' playing field fas well as a new girls' gymnasium Hoorj, a band and instrument l l l room back of the auditorium, and a complete remodelling of the cafeteria are the steps now in process. Though the sur- face of things may change, the values which you received from the staff of over a hundred well trained teachers can- not be reflected in buildings, helds, or even graduation plat- forms. The knowledge acquired through regularly assigned work has helped carry you to graduation and will continue to help in many unrecognizable ways in years to come. But perhaps the biggest value which has come to you came through the close acquaintance with an exceptionally fine teacher. It may have been only a casual word of advice, it may have been helping you out of a personal difficulty, or it may have been getting you into difficulty at the moment which cleared the way for direct and frank dealing with future problems. VVithin your memory there has been no beginning of education or will there be an end. The foundations and ex- periences through which you have passed will build new foundations upon which you will develop the structure which best fits your life ambitions. DR. JOHN L. ABBOTT PRINCIPAL and VICE-PRI The theme of this annual is the "gay nineties" either because of the "new look" which is partly patterned on that period, or because it was fifty years ago and "fifty'l is considered a most important anniversary. just why the decade of the Uninetiesn has been des- ignated as "gay" l clon't know, and doubtless the people who went to high school or were young adults then little dreamed that adjective would become an inseparable part of the title of the era. lt probably seemed a joyous and relatively uncomplex period to those who hrst so de- scribed it, and so the Hgay nineties" have become part of our folk-lore, a time when life was very amusing. What of the Hfortiesl' of which you are a part and which will always designate your high school life . . . how will they be described in the future? The hrst half of them was torn and distraught by war, the second half by an uneasy and hardly-less disturbing peace. Maybe some fu- ture historian reading of global war, the magnitude of in- dustrial production for it, V-E Day, V-I Day, the utili- zation of atomic energy, the shift in Russian-American relations from war-time allies to the Worldls two chief peace-time rivals, will call them the "fantastic forties". May you always be glad that you spent three years of the "forties" at Washington, may you remember that they were often gay, and may you care to come back fre- quently to see old friends. HARRIEI' C. Roisiansis CIP!-XLS Jflost of us like to think of ourselves as being as u -to-date and modern in our thinking as the latest thing 1 p I . b . . b in et- ro elled trans ortation, whereas, in realitv, we J p p rv u , A , ma still belon f mentall f to the eriod of the little surre ' .Y . fb i .P . A with the fringe on top. Wve like to think that certain eo le chiefl and includin ourselves, are the so-called P P., Y , g , Q l "carriage tradev, that influential and sheltered few for whom the best should be reserved. While the days of the handle-bar mustache and the leg-o-mutton sleeve are definitely passe, some vestiges of gay-ninety thinking - chiefly racial intolerance and snob- bishness - are still visible. just as we have relegated that picturesque memento of the past, the shaving mug, to the antique shelf, so must we set aside some of our outdated notions. Children are not born with pre-conceived ideas that one group is inherently superior to another, they acquire those views from contact with their elders. VVe must see to it that our influence on those both younger and older than ourselves leads to a more democratic conception of life than the limited point of view of the nineties. We should strive to spread culture and education among members of our own group, but more important still, foster and encourage these privileges for all groups the world over. RALPH E. BAUER 'h.-3125? fx. T2 i,,, 5' "J,"-Y'?:'S4' W -, ,W ,r...,gQ.4L,ijg.. " All ' L I ,l Y- IVKIXP A IV WN if gif! -, mf 1 .IVVIKIKAV 'SL-I I V I ll' I SECRETARIAL STAFF Row I: Shearer, Kapple, Jorgensen, Nissen. Row II: Wesser, Gregg, Glick, Thomsen. , j -------A A f 1 J, Z.-W pt!! rr ,yrrlg AVVV MJ , - f . '2 ' gp -4 ,o ', 7, 1' f at ,ef ' MATH AND SCIENCE Row I: Burch, Bently, Johnson, Kelly, Bar- row, Sanders. Row II: Losey, Potter, Spears, Burgess, Foster, Segal. Row III: Maupin, Noonan, Jones, Hawthorne, Lawyer. If t 1 3-.. BEM 5, I: 5 'x -J CO-ORDINATORS 8: LIBRARIAN ART, MUSIC, 85 LANGUAGE Row I: Sessions, placement, Haggart, evaluation, Richmond, social rela- Row I: Eklund, Gagne, Miquel, Hansen, Davise, Aherns. Row II: Draper tions, Spears, health, Andrews, librarian. Row II: Noonan, visual aidg Abbott, Anderson, Jones, Hazel, Goble, Sintes. A Seimans, vocations, Heilman, attendance office, Kelly, fundamentals, Southerland, counselor. ULT , CU-URDIN Q S. PHYSICAL EDUCATION SOCIAL STUDIES 8: ENGLISH Row I: Baker, Walker, Sloan, Helvey, Hyde. Row II: Menzies, White, Row I: Spellisey, Duncan, Haggart, Richmond, Knapp, Froggatt. Row Il Kettering. Row III: Sylva, Francom, Shanks, Talley. Heaton, Gill, Bell, Elser, Hertzog, Sessions, Hodgman. Row III: Smitl Parkill, Randall, Sawyer, Pope, Garner. Row IV: Menzies, Soderber Barrow Q ZaU,ZMfQ,Q fzififlifzf no , COMMERCIAL, HOME ECONOMICS, 8: INDUSTRIAL ARTS Row I: Rollins, Swope, Burnett, Seimens, Crumpacker, MacCarter, Barry, Stone. Row II: Barrager, Cundiff, Quistorff, Summons, Wauchope, Dobyns, Miller, Row III: Cole, Wittenburg, Overfield, Carlson, Cotte:, Moore, Christians. 2? fl' QU ll 519 12 57. '2 be -l K 2 W 'kwfi' T6 A will QE! ATURS, AND SECRETARIBS A-71 Qaining recognition is the goal of almost eveyone. Teenagers, as Well as older people, like to climb high on the ladder of success. To high school students at the turn of the century the most coveted honor was to he named valedic- torian, and the next most desired honor was to be named salutatorian. Today these two honors have disappeared, but in their stead many others are offered. To ambitious generals the new goals are: to become a Sealbearer, to be chosen an liphebian, to be elected to a student body office, or to be selected as a Knight or Lady. ln this section are shown those few students who set their goals and achieved them. "THE HIGHL EDUCATED MAN" BPHEBIANS John Lundgren Eleanor Eklund Harry Kent Carolyn Nelson Pat Richardson Joe Sullivan Hale Tolleth Louise Worth and SCROLL Don Doney Harriet Feather Jeanne Haskell Hale Tolleth Dot Willis Charles Weymann Louise Worth Dorothy Beard Dorothy Bristol Betty Dangler Harriet Feather Beverly Graham Catherine Graves Marion Hayes Richard Henry Harry 'Kent Janet Kordahl John Lundreng Jean Nagle Delores Nelson Regene Neuberger Nancy Norsworthy Adele Paul James Reeder Pat Richardson Jackie Sailor Robert Susag Hale Tolleth ALBEARERS M N911 Ww BPHEBIANS 1 7 Phyllis Anderson Elsina Baker Marion Blackstad John Fodor Ed Walters Art Glassman Jeanne Haskell Nancy Hodgens Terry Jiriks Ed Larson Vincent Punaro Kay Smale Mary Spring Doris Petersen ., , ,W QUILLG SCROLL ff! 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M, X Gloria Reina Jacque Cannon Mary Eshleman Harriet Hopper Marjorie Marcy Jack Shakespeare Phyllis Anderson Elsina Baker George Balian Alma Barner Dorothy Claudino Dale Coogan James Crawford Katherine Doerflinger Art Glassman Yvonne Grover Jeanne Haskell Nancy Hodgens Terry Jinks Myra Johnston Isabel Kachadorian Tina Larsen Carolyn Neal Robert Perpall Joyce Regal Ruth Saladak Carolyn Somers Wanda Toliver Charles Weymann Tom Ban Marilyn Ehlers Carol I-lookanson Ed Larson Newton Serrio ND MAXINE SMOOT Donna Allen President of Ladies Eleanor Eklund Harry Kent Midge Mason ALVIN HOPKINS Peggy 0SSf0f1 President of Knights ' Walt Sullens ,M WW Dorothy Bristol Wayne Fitzgerald Bill Lewis Drucie Mitchener Pat Richardson Joe Sullivan Guy Brown Helen Geiser John Lundgren Colleen Moran John Sgroi Hale Tolleth Betty Currie Bill Harrison Hugh McElhenny Carolyn Nelson Darlene Squires Louise Worth Betty Dangler Stewart Hopper Anthony Magliari Beverly Nesbit Bill Struve ADIES High school in the gay nineties knew no such organizations as Knights and Ladies. There were ladies and there were gentlemeng but all well bred young people were ladies and gentlemen. The terms carried no particular distinction. Today our Knights and Ladies are a group of young people set apart. To be- come a member of one of the organiza- tions is one of the highest honors a student of YVashington can obtain. The VVinter Knights were led by Skip Hop- kins, a good looking, brown haired young blade. They indulged in such helpful school services as the muscle straining job of scrubbing the inside of the gym and washing the outside of the bungalows in preparation for a paint job. VVith the beginning of each day some of the Knights hurried into the yard to raise the Hag and again at three- thirty they hurried out to lower it. You see, one of the services the Knights per- form, in addition to clearing the halls 'Wvhen the Bell ls Ringing" for a fire drill, is that of seeing that the Hag is properly taken care of. The Ladies were shepherded through the semester by Maxine Smoot, who was kept quite busy preparing for the Ladies' Alumni Banquet. This dinner is held each year in the cafeteria. The Ladies of yester-year and those of today have great fun reminiscing about every- thing from the day 'WVhen l was a Lady" to the length of womenis dresses. The Ladies joined the Knights in spon- soring the Knights and Ladies Dance. This dance is always held in the gym, but you would never have known it was the gym last November after Carolyn Nelson, head of the decorating com- mittee, changed it into an "Qld Dutch Garden." H John Fodor Jackie French Jeanne Haskell Nancy Hodgens JO ANN HORNE Jo Ann Mathews Dean Miller president of Ladies Betty Regnier Gloria Reina ED WALTERS President of Knights Phyllis Anderson Bob-Creps Pat Garner Carol Hookanson Bob Mulky Jo Ann Rountree ' Lola Baersch Shirley De Lamar Art Glassman Bob Hooks Stella Owen Jack Schroeder Elsina Baker Don Doney Billie Gregston Harriet Hopper Violet Pecorelli Kay Smale Marion Blackstad Kenny Fife Yvonne Grover George Hunter Bob Perpall Mary Spring ff oo ff Bob Cameron Charlotte Flora Darlene Hall Ed Larson Vincent Punaro Burton Tibbs fxjg S W f f X fi Xl J4 X f ff XZ, X , X ,, 4 . y, ff' jfoanne Horne, president of the summer Ladies, and Ed Yvalters, president of the summer Knights, suc- cessfully led the Knights and Ladies through another semester of tradi- tional activity w h i c h included the semi-annual dance, talks to the new B10's, the Alumni Banquet, partici- pation in Girls' Day, and an active part in keeping the cafeteria clean at nutrition and at noon. Dne bright, sunshiny afternoon found Art Glassman heading for the paint store. They were at it again! Those trash cans, newly painted last semester, once more needed a fresh coat of paint. They always do. Thatls why the Senior B Knights always make this task an every semester af- fair. Following in their steps, the new Senior A Knights applied that tradi- tional blue to the steps of the bleach- ers on Hughes Field. T h o s e outstanding beautiful "Dixie" features at the K 85 L were the efforts of the Ladies under the direction of Phyllis Anderson. They also played the part of hostesses at the Tenth District P.-T.A. conven- tion, at Dpen House, at Alumni Day and at a luncheon for the Fremont and Manual Ladies. Charles Weymann Marion Hayes Secretary Ann DeBoer Treasurer ff fffxfj rx N I f "Safely Through Another VVeek', was sung by each of the three top cabinet members at the end of every seven days. X "A Nlerry Life" was that of Tony Nlagliari, student body president. His duties included many things, among which was presiding at the aud calls. Tony negotiated a clean-up campaign for the better- ment of Nye old school" and worked for greater co- operation between the faculty and student body. If during first period last semester you often saw a blond haired damsel scurrying busily in and out of Nliss Robbins, office, you could have been very sure it was Carolyn Nelson, girls' vice president, as her duties brought her to this office many times. "Nobody Knows the Trouble llve Seenl' could have been her favorite song after the elections, as she had complete charge of this tedious job. She also handled the publicity of the school. "Now Our Nleeting's Uvern were Joe Sullivan's famous last words, as boys' vice president and president of the Senate. It was through his fine guidance that the new constitution was put into effect. The adoption of this constitution required much time, patience, and effort. These qualities, which Joe has in abundance, he gladly gave to his school. To these three and the rest of the lVl4S cabinet the students of 'xvashington say, 'fThanks in helping to promote the welfare of our school." PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENTS, JU 1.15" 2 V 7' , 1 ff I W 41' f y j f I W My W I 1 'gm f , 4 was Q .a g Midge Mason s 5 f H1 f x,, . , - 1 fig! ,, its ,, ixwlsw, ,. wr, Q ,fp 4 1 om f f eq X we , fwfr , V I 3 if i X - M Q 1' " A' N' X Qi we Pat Richardson Beverly Nesbit Hale Tolleth Betty Dangler Donna Fosdick Bil'ie Gregston Nancy Norsworthy G. L. President S. S. President Continental Ed. Schol. President Girls' Sen. J. Girls' Jun. J. Girls' P. Sec. Ed Walters Jack Schroeder Don Doney Joe DeSues Bill Harrison George Balian Walt Sullens B. L. President S. S. President Surveyor Ed. Athletic Man. Boys' Sen. J. Boys' Jun. J. Boys' P. Sec. CABINET SENATURS Guy Brown Peggy Ogston Katherine Waffel Bob Creps Vincent Punaro Marilyn Burns Eugene Zuniga Phyllis Anderson Elsina Baker Marjorie Silvers John Smart Boyd Whalen Dick Reynolds Dot Willis Marilyn Moyer x Barbara Bozeman John Magliari Joan Odiorne Eleanor Arturo Marilyn Noreen Ronald Trupp ff .. owwyfxg JE? l I x . A 'A t li 43 . X f N xx 1 f, V E Za nigh: V . ff X ' -Q22 'l' A qi , . Z5 -4 .',f A ' ' 'V Y- Q - , 5 zfifgk 1, ' Q-' . P I ' .-S l,.:' S x , 7 ' , wx ees -. M A S.gw'Z.1.,fN.s ',: ' as ' .- WL? wavy- ' , . N g- ' f A f K5 f I A A yu calMfwaa-m ,,f - 4. I Q- Z A1 f f' it f ,sw 5 fff 4 1 4 " , 5 JGES, CABINET, AND SENATUAS If Barbara Hale Adrianne Boyd Kay Smale John Fodor Duke Walker Mickie Delahousie Doris Petersen Don Doney Secretary Treasurer G. L. President B. L. President S. S. President S. S. President Continental Ed. Surveyor Ed. N :Not a barbershop quartet but a trio, that was Bob Cameron, Marion Blackstad, and Ed Larson. Under the leadership of this team, the student body profited by a further step in the development of the new con- stitution. All gave thanks for the memory of that wonderful cabinet aud, the presentation of Les Brown and his hand, and that Cabinet dance, "The lVindy Lindy." "Barber, Spare That Hair," refers, of course, to that fellow with the dynamic personality and the butch haircut, Student Body Prexy Bob Cameron. His name will head the list of the outstanding student body presidents to hit the Cherry Tree Campus. "The most Wonderful things that ever happened to me" is Bob's only way of expressing his feelings about this honor. Wie all have great admiration for Bob and will never be able to express sulliciently our appreciation for the line work he has done with the very capable backing of Nlarion Blackstad, girlsl Vice and Ed Larson, boys' vice. 'rival :J by jd: Ct! I" 652 dl. if-77 ff QQ x J in gr J f f 0 V Z 1 of wg 5 z f ' f Q. Wx X W ! 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M' -A K ff' , X Kxhr NNW 4 ' ' l 1 Janet Reynolds Eleanor Griesser Ed V055 John Wilson Dave Armstrong John Magliari Ann Norris Joan Odiorne Shirley Jumper Palma Salez Max Dollard Marilyn Knudson Mary Medlin Marilyn Burns Joan Echols Jim Kunz Dick Reynolds Bob Creps Charlotte Flora George Hunter Violet Pecorelli SENATUP-.S qi ,yr XV ' ,pf l lf fy ,rl in it M ',- J I" ljvll W . 5' All W' KV li, nb ,J F I RST YEAR Row I: Morrell, Rector, Lucht, Bennett, Roxstroum, Wahl, DeCastro, Larsen, Noreen, Scott. Row II: Minutella, Trunec, Kelly, Law- yer, Abbott, Hazell, Davies, Simons, Jones, Felt. Row III: Crawford, Erickson, McCullan, Lindhardt, Lewis, Blanke, Clies, Tib- erio, Horton, Procopio, Arturo, Anderson. 1 NEW TORCHBEARERS Row I: Payne, Brown, Davidson, Allen, Calhoon, Lawyer, sponsor, Werminghaus, sponsor, Forney, Kott, Trainor, Clara, Stultz. Row II: Knudson, Thomas, Cox, Hecht, McClaskey, Simons, Fleerer, Ferbrache, Gutherie, Dimitriou, Barkin. Row III: Van Cleve, Rahn, Simmer, Wegener, Coon, Weniger, Lafazan, Richardson, Coward, Victor, Ravenscroft. Row IV: Lundgren, Loomis, De Rome, Drew, Gates, Jacobson, Allen, Niven, Gambold, Wilburn, Lannon, Monk. Row V: Beaney, McClure, Merrill, Kreiner, Witke, Sogomonian. x: scnunz-ins OLD TORCHBEARERS Row I Cain Kelly, Squires, Reina, Dangler, Lawyer, Heywood, Smoot, Foster, Crown, Baker, president, Lundgren. Row II Willis Hamilton, Haskell, Grover, Anderson, Miller, Vivonia, Olson, Johnston, Doerllinger. Row Ill: Serrio, Balian, Hookanson Regal Hopper Toliver, Listen, Marx, Neilson, Beard, Bates, Smith. "The Highly Educated Many' will tell you that the Scholarship Society has fun, too. There's more to this business of studying than meets the eye. The W'48 semester boas- ted a Very Wonderful banquet, With "Christ- mas" for its theme and good food and super entertainment for everyone. The semi-annual Scholarship Tea was only one of the highlights of the S'48 se- mester. The theme 'lSchooldays', was car- ried out in all the decorations, and every- one enjoyed himself. Other important items in the summer semester were Scholarship Week and the traditional banquet. The Scholarship Assembly, held twice each year, pays tribute to the Sealbearers. I 'iii W bii' -. I ' .f l a x r I 3 :pf 5 'gf' .--c ig?-1 My N,'Ng x J Y P 'fs H1 QQ it DW QQ gg A . WXfD KZXJED ,Z wx isifffg X Q A The fun he had in school lives always in the memory ofthe student. This was as true of your grandmother's time as it is of the present generation. But the older era did not offer so many outlets for social activity as does the modern one. To be a member of the debate team or of a literary society was considered quite the thing fifty years ago. Beyond them, there were few organizations which sponsored social life. But how different is high school social activity today. A glance through the following section will reveal what a wide range of choice a student has to develop his special interests and have fun doing it. Service clubs, sports clubs, and school sponsored parties and dances help to keep our Marthas' and Georges' from being "dull boys and girls." MEP-.R LIFE BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET Row I: Perpall, White, spon- sorg Walters, president, Kil- gore. One of the most active service groups of the year W a s th e Boys' League. During the lirst s em e s t e 1' Ed lvalters, with the help of cabinet members, Louis Kilgore and Bob P e r p a l l, spon- sored two intramural and n o v i C e track meets. GI RLS' LEAGUE CABINET Row I: Wilson, Spring, Rich- ardson, president, Hamilton, Foster, Squires. Row II: Smale, Hookanson, Alle n, Robbins, Sponsor, Blackstad, Gill, Spon- sor, Baker. The Winter Girls' League W a s prexied by P a t Richardson, Who, with the aid of several other students, led the girls through the B10 Get Acquain- ted Tea, the Girls' League assembly, and the making of appoint- ments for Girls' Day. GIRLS' LEAGUE SCHOOL COMMITTEE Row I: Kanoulf, Anderson, Amacher, Squires D., Presidentg Ahrens, Jumper, Lester. Row II: Bruffy, Arturo, Morrell, Wells P., Wells N., Kott, Reiman, Jones. Row III: Rice, Richardson, Evers, Squires M., Jumper, Carmona, Littleworth, Skrumbis. GIRLS' LEAGUE CAB INET Row I: Calhoon, Hamilton, Smale, president: Dube, Ander- son P., Anderson N. Row II: Clara, Skrumbis, Gill, Hey- wood, Lister, Rush, Gambold, Spring. Jnother fine presi- dent of Girls' League, Kay S m a l e, helped sponsor Cotton Hay, Girls' Vveek, and the putting up of a new bulletin hoard to dis- play the latest fash- ions and hair styles. The League planned a Big and Little Sister party for the girls new to Washingtoii. BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET Row I: Smart, Fodor, presi- dent, White, Summers. The Summer League, led by Johnny Fodor, sponsored Wrestling, tennis, and volleyball tournaments. The Win- ners of these tourna- ments received small individual cups and had their names placed on the large league trophy. The League also co-sponsored the Sadie Hawkins dance. GIRLS, LEAGUE SCHOOL COMMITTEE Row I: Wells, P., Lister, Rice H a l e, Anderson, president Ahrens, Kott, Wells, N. Row II Morrell, Kimbrell, Skrumbis H al l , Kanouff, Littleworth Evers, Riggs, Kelley. Row III: Richardson, Bruifey, Jumper Reiman, Arturo, Squires. Row I: Willis, Burnett, sponsor, Doney, co-editorg Haskell, co-editor, Soderberg, sponsor, Weymann. Row II: Monk, Drysdale, Houlihan, Thurlo, Simons. Row III: Terra, Sprin g, Feather, Frantz, Heywood, Payne, Hernandez. VOCATIONAL PRINTERS Row I: Hubbell, YVagner. Row II: Matlock, Goff, Soafer, Burnett, sponsor: Schultz. Row Ill: Noe. Pilgram, Ferjo. Row IY: Johnson, Lee. Caley, Casper, Doney. '- ..- . . v, . - .-.. L , I. WIN SUP-.VE UR Row I: Haskell, Doney. Horace Greely might well be proud of the striving young journalists Who produce the Surveyor, Washingtonls W e e k l y news- paper. The stall members take a serious in- terest in journalism and their paper, and they are proud that it was once chosen the best high school newspaper in Southern Califor- nia. They are continually trying to keep it "Cn top". Bossed by a tall young blade Whom every- one knows as Don Doney, these ambitious journalists peeked into every nook and cranny on the campus in their effort to scoop their mortal enemy, "Dinwiddie's Daily." The paper is noted for its foot high head- lines Whenever the Generals win a sports event over another high school, not too dis- tant from the Cherrvtree campus. Printers pictured are responsible for pro- duction of The Szziweyor, The Continental, and all other school printing. , . 2,3 - -A ' 3 . ffcf. ' ' Q , Q-.Tlx .L V .-his? , Z :-.-:fry - I ,'14'73ii'Ey-if. Row I: Geyer, Gray, Coffman, Patzer, art editor, Jones, art sponsor, Tolleth, editor-in-chief, Knapp, sponsor, Smith, group picture editor, Geiser, senior picture editor, Lynn, copy editor. Row II: Anderson, Richardson, Matthews. Voss, Petersen, Kelley, Dangler, Susag, Rooney, Churchill. Row III: Purtha, Neilsen. Grey, Swearinger, Thompson, Mitchell, Mitchell. T E P. coiiiiniim xx Row I: Smith, Geisler, Tolleth, editor, Patzer, winter art editor, Coilman, Gray, Lynn, Moran. To trace the development of this super colossal '48 edition of the Continental, one must go back to September 1947. The staii was organized the iirst day of school and by the third week the senior picture schedule was underway. Choosing a theme was the most impor- tant of the first steps. After much discussion, the Gay Ninties was decided upon. A Continental rally on the football held one bright day in October, netted enough sub- scriptions to make possible a one hundred and twenty page book. Deadline for the layouts was set for De- cember l5 so that all picture sizes would be available for the group picture schedule in January. Christmas vacation proved a sky watch- ing time for anxious staff members who hoped a continuation of the '48 drought would see them through a dry week of pic- ture taking. They were not disappointed. S CONTINENTAL EDITORS Tolleth, Patzer. I .1 4 vas- 1 up Row I: Lackey, Heywood, Doney, co-editor, Burnett, Soderberg, Haskell, co-editor, Payne, Frantz. Row II: Davidson, Simons, Foley, Posito, Martin, Monk, Fleming, Desby. Row III: Knight, Rio, Bates, Reyburn, Flaws, Buchea, Drysdale. VOCATIONAL PRINTERS Row I: Datria, Johnson, Dougherty, Kemp. Row II: Soafer, Burnett, Haskell, Noe. Row III: Floyd, Casper, Doney, Ferjo. Row IV: Cook, Wagner, Cassevens, Caley, YVhziley. Co-Editors Ikw Sbv 7 l A - A ,L if.: .-'woi Jr I Vffo .g', I A . -. V ., if ,Q ir: I 11ksV 0 I .TVN . 4. 1 "5.?Ti3!3?'1- , .,:-233.2 ? i - -2:77, SUP-.VE UR Doney - Haskell "Woe Be Unto Youw were the words heard many times from Bungalow 20 where the Surveyor stories are written. Jeanne Haskell, editor, hurled this threat at all those report- ers who didnlt meet deadlines for their sto- ries. Assisting Jeanne was Don Doney, who spent most of his time in the print shop. Together these two fine editors published some giant size issues of the Surveyor. Among these was the "open house issue", which contained eight pages, four dedicated entirely to original stories written by Wash- ingtonians. Another oversize issue was the alumni edition of six pages featuring pictures and news of former Washington students. The Surveyor was rated one of the thirteen highest senior high school news- papers in its class in America for the first semester of this year by the National Scho- lastic Press Association. The entire Sur- veyor stafl deserves much credit for this accomplishment. Row I Geyer Coffman Gray Jones Peterson editor Knapp, Voss, K. Rooney, Pickett, Swearinger. Row II: Mathews Gray Neilson Kelly Doerfllnger Schultz S Rooney, Boyd, Phillips, Beggarly, Brumley. Row III: Mitchell Mitchell Davis Niven Perpall Bates Freem an Purtha, Lowerison. ln February a new staff took over. It included seven A-11's getting experience in annual work while receiving student service credit. Since the layouts were finished, work was started immediately on the preparation of pictures for the engraver's deadline in April. This kept Bungalow 33 in a happy turmoil of scissors, glue, rulers, and paper cutter for many weeks. At the same time the art staff was work- ing on the Gay Nineties cartoons and the old fashioned picture frames. The editors and both staffs searched for clever song titles and bits of Americana of the Gay Nineties to spice the copy and to inspire the drawings. A Sears Roebuck catalogue of 1898 became an authorative source, and much dust was blown from many an old volume in the search for information and ideas. 4? Row I: Coffman, arty Petersen, editor, Gray, art. Row I: Geer, McCormick, John- son, Keyon, Letson, Cogan, Wood- ' worth, Carroll, Peterson, Kasson, Sherratt, Owen, Lawson. Row II: Beezhold, James, Balan, Helm- reich, Sylvester, B a r r y, Burke Tatge, Carson, S r z a n a , Cook Yapel, Kelder, Mazelaw, Marvin Row III: Lambert, Simpson Berry, Greaves, Rasmussen, Wick- man, Krsuse, Mitchell, Dehn, Mor- in, Ernest, Downie, Rice. Row IV: Ellison, Wilson, Allen, Wheeler, Annis, Toliver, Marlatt, Nylund Shaw, Pleasant, Fleeger, Walsh Beach. Row V: Mitchell, Frattl Rau, Brewster, Frasier, Cruick- shawk, Murphy, Leverett, Dogwin, Anderson, Hoffman, Earley. FIRST PERIOD 9 7 THIRD PERIOD Row I: Silver, Sulzinger, Morrell, Morx, Babe, Weaver, Miller, Bobik, Larson, Christensen, Roxstrom, Hawley, Hitch- cock, Hale, Rooney. Row II: Nesbit, Rol- lins, Huff, McGivney, Shortel, Silberman, Weinert, Doran, Pierce, Schickner, Fer- brache, Fleeger, McCafIerty, Finovich, Jacobson. Row III: Redd, Pacl, McCord, Lowerison, Van Nest, Wilson, Stegner, Jumper, Norsworthy, Jackson, Wool, Shaw, Lowe, Peirman. Row IV: Leonard, Gavin, Holbrook, Collier, Matlas, Tuttle, Riggs, Cain, Baril, Squires, Cantowine, Corbin, Angus, Row V: Estep, Jensen, Gannuscio, Murray, Jones, Wear, Burkhart, Davis, Dennis, Smith, Herring. NOON PERIOD Row I: Sandoval Rieg, Steel, Rutter, Valse- lew, Helton, Hees, Davidson, Moyer. Row II: Renfeldt, Zila, Gruba, Sehell, Jump, Hall Claney, Hylund, Kelder, Fratella. Row III: Dalton, Tiberrom, Rio, Knight, Ingersoll, Tri- ola Gunn Fosber Carleton Ma'esti Matlos 1 Yi gr 1 .l 1 1 Biber, Cooper. Row IV: Kesferson, Leavy, Taylor, Beyers, Conlin, Marr, HamTon, Rush Foley, Beach, Hullinger. Row V: Rich, Arch: " borg, Kilgore, Maglinri, McDonald, Feenstra Budai, Shear, Colbart. You may have found yourself sing- ing "lfVait for the Wagon'l fjail Wagon, that isj if you Went i'Dream- ingl' down the halls Without a hall pass. You very likely were hailed by a Student Service hall monitor, and "Woe Be Unto You" when you could not produce that hall pass. The Stu- dent Service Worker produced a cita- tion, and you sang 'Tm Going Down the Road Feeling Bad" on your Way to court. STUDENT Row I: Evans, Swank, Gessler, Hiesler, Ogston, Kezas, Nesbit, Regnier, Ceder, Abress, Cush, White, Virtuel. Row II: Ferguson, Lee, Reid, Gonderman, Houlihan Barnett, Knauer, Desby, Worth, Lewis, Bateson, Goodale, Ludker, Wagner. Row III: Arnell, Melen, Hutchingson, Velderrain, Ketten- hofen, P u rth e, Flaws, Thurlo, Hartog, Browner, Barson, Norris, Wegener. Row IV: Reagan, Craw- ford, Mills, Vale, Langie, Gun- ning, Kind, Siemund, Brown, Bick- ford, Nelson, Miller, King, Lund. Row V: Jeshey, Schnieren, Brown, Wyman, Antram, Cope, Decher, P al m er, De Longfield, Diezel, Moncrief, Priest. SECOND PERIOD There is another phase to Student Service activity, working in offices. These valuable office helpers kept very busy in the various ollices and Working for individual teachers. Among their many duties were typ- ing, filing, delivering summons, and working with records. The Student Service ran very smoothly this past year. SEB. A FOURTH PERIOD Row I: Missakian, Gordon, Squires, Kinney, Dougherty, Hutchins, Bruce, Carroll, Pon- trelli. Row II: Lane, Ridenhour, Linville, Babcock, Johnson, Thomas, Kesterson, Tay- lor, Flury, Burks, Davidson, Moore, Carey. Row II: Jarrett, Morris, Dorris, Silberman, Beaden, Craig, McKinstry, Bean, Ridinger, Ziemer, Alvis, Forbes, Brown. Row IV: Blumyer, Mann, Dick, Schank, Bruffy, Put- nam, Jarrett, Dixon, Burks, Butler, Dow- dell, Pontrelli. Row V: Clark, Getman, Rudd, Dufur, Enscoe, Wilson, Earnshaw, Stevenson, Larma, Calhoun, Coleman, Pacl, Wooden, Dressendorfer, Klump. FIFTH PERIOD Row I: Kalkenstien, Gallagher, Swezey, Krag- ness, Dehn, Richard, Cowan, Edwards. Row II: Green, Hees, Scholine, Peshke, Ball, Dela- housie, Sellick, Listen, Helton, Larson. Row III: Britton, Hustler, Snyder, Rutter, Agge, Spillmen, McKnight, Huges. Row IV: Lundie, Smale, Homuller, Foerstel, Atha, Hansen, Lac- key, Skrumbis, Atimion, Taylor. Row V: Ban- ken, Tuttle, Rawnsley, Dern, Sheldrake, Geis- ler, Dube, Wright, Tona, Cluff, Woodworth. VI GIRLS' AND BOYS' USHER SQUAD l 1 i Row I: Smith, Currie, Mason, Randall, Allen D., president, Eklund, Squires. Row II: Turchi, Hopper, Heywood, Kezas, Clifford, Allen C., Weaver, Flora. Row III: Dowie, Sailor, Garner, Grover, Beard, Nels-on, Flora. Row I: Punaro, Gherardi, West, Reynolds, Creps, Harrison, Wilson, Stacy. Row III: Doore, Sullens, Hunter, Magliari, Rayburn, MacLean, Bartee. Row III: Summers, Fife, Walters, Jones, Komada, Shrode, Reiman. Row IV: Fitzgerald, Fodor, Cross, Nickerson, Groh, Winn- inghoff, Rio, Tolleth. i SIXTH PERIOD STUDENT SERVICE Row I: Foster, Burns, Anderson, Gieser, Mulkey, Schroder, presidentg Frantz, Smith, Hees, McNamara, Steili, Bazacas. Row Il: Dollard, Boydston, Kott, Smith, LaDass0r, Baker, Dekareik,.. Cramlig, Kinney, Stevens, Churchill. Row III: Glau- dini, Freeman, Beggerly, Coleman, Grippo, Nissen, Larson, Horne, Flora, Brackley, McGinnis, Thomas. Row IV: Robison, Smith, Teschner, Raven- scroft, Sanchez, Blackburn, Rivello, Tannehill, Mabott, Cohen, Ziegler, Tabian, Wilson. TRAFFIC SQUAD Row I: Gueer, Miller, Gauthy, Cook, Pickett, Eby, Cullen. Row II: Bur- rows, Montgomery, Size, Danna, Curwick, Tryon, Glick, Wuozer. Row III: Smith, Tronske, Lane, Tolleth, Kent, Lannon, Ainslie, Wilson, Serrio. Row IV: Wolf, Shakespeare, Sander, Whymper, Pina, Armstrong, Kil- gore, Voss, Sneegas, Wilson. Row V: Beck, Mitchell, Currey, Miller, Downs, Jenks, Jones, Bateman, Ban. BAND Row I: Winter, Crittenden, Bristol, Bellegrins, Trisler, Swedelson, Abbott, sponsor. Row II: LaDassor, Reed, Streeker, Necesany, McCullam, Evving, Kukdy, James, Haney, Floyd. Row III: Bennett, Guertin,, Pass, Adams, Beri gan, Kent, Lawhorn, Peck, Mitchell. DRUM AND BUGLE fDo you remember those wonderful football games and the girls in Red and NVhite who Went "lVlarching Along Together" between halves? They were the Drum and Bugle Corps, no less. Their eventful year included many pleasing demonstrations at the sport rallies, the P.T.A. Convention, Cotton Day, the league games, and at the Col- iseum for both the Cathedral and the Milk Bowl games. Marching at the head of the girls the first semester was Carolyn Nelson who turned her baton over to Donna Bateman in February. DRUM and BUGLE -I' -' i ' Row I: Lengyer, Thomas, Pace, Brown, president, Hansen, sponsor, Harrison, secretary and treasurer, Frantz, vice president, Buffehr, Beers. Row II: Crockett, Magers, Harvey, Summers, Holtrichter, Mitchell, Stew- art, Campbell, Imamura, Eby. Row III: Edwards, Snavely, Allen, Reedy, Dawson, Shear, Chapel, Stewart, Mc- Conkey. ' V I , ', f l, 0 Row I: Ortiz, Fox, Sasse, Wells P., secretary, B i n g h a m , Alexander, Davise, sponsor, Kitto, Belew, Wells N., treasurer, Beard, Sisto. Row II: Coates, Tannehill, Sturtz, Simpson, Atimion, Debbas, Malin, Cox, De- Vean Cor ell Cfharshafian Berman I Y I 7 I Felt. Row III: Reid, Lackey, Pacl, Dressendorfer, Wooden, Noga, Fer- guson, Wad, Perreault, Wegner, Terry, Agee, Farmer. Row IV: Craig, Utley, Lewis, Neal, Dehn, Williams, Mc- Cormick, Allen, Erickson, McKee, Foley, Wisdom. Row V: Bruce, For- tin, B e a c h , Brandt, Fancher, Mc- Laughlin. :Z : '1 5 fl K' 'fl 'Ei Q31 M? r-'W' C if Q f' P BUYS' CLEC CLUB CIRLC CLEC CLUB ORCHESTRA Row I: Wood, Giles, Drew, Serratore, Mays Brlstol Row Il Surnock Abbott Crawford Nevvberger Bennett, McCutcheon, McKowen, Budwig. Row III Biddlecomb Bergman Eaker Canheld burst Nicholas, Covalt, Brown. Row IV: Rush, secretary Spear Dresman McVIurraw Henrxchs Dixon Magnuson, vice president. Row I: Foder, Walker. Row II: Sgroi, Lewis, yell kingg Mulkey. Row I: Flora, Clifford, Gregston. Row I: Friser, secretary, Smith, presidentg Shanks sponsorg De Sues, vice presidentg Mergell. Row II: McLlough, treasurerg Kennedy, Hufstetler, Smith Seyferth. Row III: Missokian, Chapel. LETTERMENS CLUB Row I: Hanna, Komada, Nichols, treasurer, Francom, Cameron, pres- ident: Stewart, vice president, Wey- mann, secretary: Tibbs, McE'lhenny, Row II: Bartee, Blaize, Downs, Chase, Miller, Currey, Richards, Es- hoff, Wilson, Montgomery. Row III: Johnson, Cross, Reyburn, Larson, Holt, Cannon, Rippe, Gordon, Wil- helm. Row IV: Miller, Shelton, Zuni- ga, Moulder, Eby, Osterhues, Pina, Hooks, Hopper, Parham, Hunter. Row I: Dollard, Woodward. Row II: Hollingsworth, McLean Colson. Row I: Rountree, Horne. Row II: Flora, C., Flora, E. Row III: Mathews, Gregston. 1 SPORT C BITS AND SPURS Row I: Morgan, Craig, presi- dentg Warnock, sponsor, Schneider, secretary, Hyam. Row II: Ferguson, Beckley, Beach, Paul. Row III: Drew, iVIcC0rmick, Thompson, Haw- ey. ICE CUTTERS Row I: Woodward, Secretary, Strode, Boyer, vice presidentg Hawthorne, s p 0 nso r 3 Cook, president, Kelly, Cummins, treasurer. Row II: Montgom- ery, Herring, Choumas, Stella- botte, Saunders, Miles. Row III: Danforth, Jones, Stephans, Jacobs, Wolf, Banken, Piper. Row IV: Young, Hull, Whaley, Goodwin, Wilson. PIN CHOPPERS Row I: Morris, Ellis, Champ- lin, vice president, Beard, president, Bi s h o p, sponsor, Routh, Richmond, treasurer, Former. Row II: Chavez, De Vean, Houlihan, A n d r e w s , Atha, Hulings, Wegener, Max- well. Row III: Erickson, Thom- sen, O'Keefe, Beaty, Keller, Del Ciello, Callahan. If 5 ."? lg- ' ': Q, . 2 KK ' 4 1. - '- ,Nl Q XX I , A n, aio 9 if ' 11 I , ' f , , ,Q N J .NQQ . r I if ft 'A ll L Y fx., , e--4 ,A ,leaf ix" I I X. Q il , o 3 3' :fi "' n ,'. V .,o .1 Y 1 6 Q f' f . f .2 "'Put on Your Old Gray Bonnetl' but don't "hitch Dobbin to the sleigh!" Bits and Spurs, an active bunch of gals who can ride any hoss with four legs, have loads of clean fun on horseback every week. "Flirting on Ice" is even more entertaining than perfecting "figure eightslll Twice monthly, Polar Palace is the meeting place of the Ice Cutters, an up and coming club of the school. The Pin Choppers throw a wicked curve at that head pin down the alley at Nlorningside Park. They have tournaments and competition a p l e n t y each VVednesday. Their Hforml' is good and strikes are made in abundance. "Sailing, Sailing" - over the tennis net. Gbject ofthe game is to hit the ball. Boy do the Racadets make a hit! HO, Dearl What Can the Matter Be?'l might well refer to the R h y t h m Rollers. From what you hear they are always hitting the lloor. lf you want a laugh just drop in at Hollywood Roller Drom any Saturday night. "The Light of the Silvery Nloonu - is just a reflection of the ice when the Silver Skaters are on parade at Polar Palace. Recently they had a get-together skate. RACADETS Row I: Amacher, Richardson, vice president, Currie, presi- dentg Pope, Smoot, Norsworthy. Row II: Cox, Rabb, Owen, Pi- mental, Boyd, treasurer, Roun- tree, Haskell. Row III: Kelley, Deisinger, C r o w n , Dowdell, Lackey, Butler, Grippo, Garey. Row IV: Malone, Willhelm, Evers, Littleworth, Foley, Wis- dom, Downie, Agee, Geisler. RHYTHM ROLLERS Row I: Polacek, Davis, Price, vice presidentg Barry, spon- sor, Delahousie, president 9 Janulaw, G r e e n, treasurer Row II: Oliver, Rooney, Peter- sen, H e s t e r , Bolt, Morgan, Spillman, Berman. Row III: H o o d, McConnell, Wehr, Wiese, Williams, Lilleiloren, De Lamar, Schmoker, Thurlo. SILVER SKATERS Row I: Ehlers, House, Graham, treasurer, Weaver, secretary, Smith, president, A I l e n D., vice president, Squires, Smith P., Eklund, Jansen, sponsor. Row II: Dimitriou, McCafferty, Anderson, Medlin, Scheppers, Rain, Simmer, Mathews, Guth- rie. Row III: Grover, Allen J., Cluff, Hookanson, Allen C., Jacobson, R o o n e y, Bruffy, Washburn. Row IV: Klump, Hill, Craig, Hodgens, Heywood. "Casey would waltz with a straw-berry blond and the band played onf' Girls' Night and Boys' Night are the big moments in each semester for every dashing blade and gay damsel of the service clubs. Each of these six organizations serves the school in some way. The Co-Eds work in the student store, the Embassy keeps the scoreboards, and ushers at football games, the Prytons this last year painted the numbers on the audi- torium seats and replaced the sundial on the quad after sending it to Italy for repairs, the Sub Debs work in the attendance office, night school and counselor's offices, the Tri-Y has complete charge of the lost and found, keeps flowers on the Hughes memorial desk, collects tickets in the cafeteria lines, and cleans the trophies in the main hall. Charitable activities included ragdolls and scrapbooks for hospitals, boxes of food and clothing for foreign countries, and the Tri-Y fashion show to help swell the Hughes Gridley scholarship fund. The summer presidents were: Co-lids, Shirley De Lamar, Embassy, Bob Hooks, Keys, Art Glassmang Prytons, Howard Voss, Sub Debs, lVIary Spring, and Tri-Y, Elsina Baker. CO-EDS Row I: Kordahl, Bristol, Smith, Gle ser, Eklund, sponsorg Ogston, Witten- berg, sponsor, Clifford, Mitchener, Dangler, De Boer. Row II: DeLamar, Anderson, Baersch, Scholine, Hall Foster, Grippo, Cannon, Kanouff, Hale. Row III: Hansen, Dunbar, Wil- son, Littleworth, Lockhart, Hester, Clark, Jacobson, Boyd, Horne, Knud- son, Gregston. KEYS Row I: Signor, Sergeant-at-armsg Brown, Lewis, Hopper, Vice Presi- dent, sponsor Burnett, McElhenny, President, H a r r i s o n, Secretary, Glassman, Tyson, Treasurer. Row II: Metcalf, Reiman, Zuniga, Schroder, Pina, Kinney, Mazzarese. TRI-Y Row I: Spears, sponsor, Garner Worth, Allen D., treasurer, Eklund president, Squires D., vice presidentg Kezas, secretaryg Flora, Childs, spon- sor. Row II: Baker, Skrumbis, Willis Wells P., Wells N., Kelley, Turchi Riggs. Row III: Rice, Squires M. Downie, Cain, Roisman, French, Sim- mer, Jones, Swarthout. Row IV Davis, Reina, Luckenbach, Heywood Allen J., Hopper, Grover, Crown. 9 PRY-TONS Row I: Tolleth, Sullivan, vice presi- dent, Jones, Struve, president, Lund- gren. Row II: Smart, Burrows, treas- urer, Susag, Perpall, Ogston, Benton. Row III: Rio, Campbell, Taeger, Kil- gore, Kunz, Voss. EMBASSY Row I: Mulkey, president, Hooks, sergeant-at-arms, Anderson, Walters, secretary, Hopkins. Row II: Thomas, Walters, Ansnes, historian, Currey, Row III: Walker, Foote, treasurerg Garcia. SUB-DEBS Row I: Keeler, Nelson, Smoot, vice president, E l s e r, sponsor, Mason, presiclentg Andrews, Richardson, Cur- rie, Nesbit, Norsworthy, treasurer. Row II: Chaney, Mathews, Rountree, Evers, Spring, Blackstad, Washburn, Haskell, Helton, Pimental, Pecorelli. Row III: Hamilton, Voeltz, Rooney, Geisler, Hookanson, Owen, Bateman, Jones, Dube. Row IV: Trainor, Burns, Echols, Kimbrell, Clara. SERVICE CLUBS DBPARTMEN COMMERCE HONOR Row I: Clark M., Grey, Hayes, Pontrelli, Moore, sponsor, Wilson, president 5 Overfield, sponsor, DowDell, secretary, Butler, treas- urer, Dressendorfer, Pacl. Row II: Clark P., Hustler, Silberman, Nissen, Sulzinger, Breda, Bassi, Salez, Ross, Sene. Row III: Maz- uren, Beyers, Crawford Paine, Steyner, Kramer, Pleym, Carmona, Hale, Wooden, Desby. Row IV: Gates, Noreen, Loomis, Preble, Brown, Dein, Allen, Morrell, Marx, Niven. Row V: Thomas, Silver, Ravenscroft, Colman, Lind- hardt, Jacobson, Dube, Sanchez. "In the days of the "Shocking Miss Pilgrim" typists Were rare and rather suspect creatures. Today they are trained in every commercial department in every high school in the la n d. Expert typists and those who excel in other helds of commercial Work become members of the Commerce Honor Society. TAG's Row I: Horton, Hind, Hunning, Hawley, Decker, Enscoe, Argue, Anderson, Antuno, Noreen, Fluck- igen. Row II: McGinnis, Lucht, McCormick, Sheldrake, secretary, Worth, Kramer, president, Garner, sponsor, Simpson, vice president, Wilson, Jumper, treasurer, Coco, Gray, Thompson. Row II: Coates, Felt, Hustler, Van Vlenten, Salez, Debbas, Atimion, Romero, Heft, Posito, Abbott, Taylor, Reid. Row IV: Paine, Wright, Rollins, King, Lund, Knauer, Bedking, Lewis, Desby, Hawcroft, Gill, Faimer, Keany, Lambert. Row V: Beach, Stegner, Brown, Bickford, Ayres, Drahos, Ross, Martin, Russell, Carey, Crawford, Clayton, Cruise. Row VI: Brandt, Logan, Kindle, Ely, Lystra, Langie, Noga, Bens- coter, Mazuren, Van Nest, Bull, Roberts. "JVlother, Pin a Rose on Me, for I'm going to serve again at the K Sl LH, was the cry of many a Teen Aged Girl in November and again in April. The members of this club did excellent work in serving refreshments not only at the K 81 L, but also at the Senior P r o m and other functions during the past year. TAL CLUBS CAMERA CLUB Row I: Calhoon, Jones, Flaws, secretary, Coleman, treasurer, Wooden, vice president. Row II: Norman, Matlos, Moyer, Silber- man, Agee, Nelson, Posito, Coco. Row III: Williams, Dressendorfer, Calhoun, Pacl, Cogan, Vivonia, Payne. 'tWait Till the Clouds Roll By" to take that pic- ture is perhaps some of the advice given to the Camera Club members in their lec- tures and movies on artifi- cial lighting and b e t t e r methods of picture taking. On the schedule this term were field trips to the Zoo Where these camera fiends enthusiastically s n a p p e d pictures of the animals that are found there. SCRIBES Row I: Flaws, Payne, Allen, secre. tary: Warnock, sponsor, Ryer presidentg Williams, Coleman Row II: Agee, Simpson, Letson, Nelson, Silberman, Monk, Simong, Felt. Row III: Shealfer, Pacl, Cal- houn, Nielson, Wooden, Dressen- dorfer, Benscoter, Davidson, Robi- son. Row IV: Jones, Calhoon, Mc Cormick, Lucht, Horton, Clayton, Anderson, Wilson. 1 The Scribes, a newly or- ganized club, specializes in writing to teenage boys and girls in foreign countries. Since the club members are interested mainly in helping students in other countries, they have only one social alifair a semester. During the past year they corres- ponded W i t h students in Greece, Italy, and Cwermany. CLEF CLUB Row I: Kent, treasurer, Kitto, Bristol, vice president: Hansen, sponsor, Davise, sponsor, Lund- gren, president: Neuberger, Bing- ham. Row II: Frischknecht, Cain, Lees, D u b e, Bennett, Wieniger, Cutherie. Row III: Brown, Esholl, Balian, Regal, H 0 p p e r, Wiese, Allen, Comstock. Row IV: Hard- ing, McConkey, Petrillo, Alexan- der, Pace, Magnusen, Myers. The Clef Club, for all types of musicians, every school year presents two semi-annual programs. The Winter group offered num- bers from the "Song of Norwaym along with sever- al solos. At the end of the and call the audience was asked to select the numbers they liked best. PHILHARMONIC This club's main inter- est is to promote and support the concerts of the Los Angeles Philhar- monic Symphony Qrches- tra. The members attend a rehearsal at the Phil- harmonic Auditorium once each semester, and they sponsor a pay as- sembly once a year. Row I: Balian, Weniger, Cain, Magnusen, Warnock, sponsorg Harding, McKowen, Eshoff, Kent. Row II: Leist, Dimitriou, Lees, Waddington, Neuberger, Nicholas, Covalt, Sasse. Row III: McMurray, Allen, Lund- gren, Hushower, Biddlecomb, Necesany, Lannon, Furst, Ben- nett. SHORTHAND C L U B Have you ever seen a piece of paper covered With dots, dashes, and odd curlicues? Did you know that these can really be read and under- stood by shorthand stu- dents? The Shorthand Club gives additional time for practicing this art of dots, dashes, and curlicues. Row I: Dube, secretaryg Jacob- son, vice president, Overheld, sponsor: Lockhart, presidentg Rollins, sponsorg Marx, Agee, treasurer. Row II: Dowdell, Pontrelli, Norman, Morrell, Slusher, Butler, Spillman. Row III: Silberman, Dressendorfer, Bittorf, Pacl, Wooden, Canfield, Nissen. - v- - - -e ev BOOK WORMS The belles and gay blades ofthe Bookworms spend many an hour with good books. Under the guiding hand of Terry J i n k s , president, and Miss J u ell e Heaton, sponsor, this c l u b has grown and widened its interests. The members enjoy reading all types of books, non-fiction as Well as fiction. Row I: Ciemiega, treasurerg Flury, Jinks, president, Heaton, Saladak, vice president, Hod- gens, secretary. Row II: Flee- ger, Toliver, Bailian, Neuber- ger, Lund. Row III: Belew, Neal, Gambold, McClasky. ROCK HOUNDS Row I: Kilgore, vice president, Ormsby, president, Anderson, sponsor, Thirkel, treasurer: Saunders. Row II: Shippey, ser- geant-at-armsg Montgomery, Kanouff, secretary, Wolfe, De Sues. Row III: Porter, McTag- gart. "Oh dear, What can the matter be ?" This is often heard When one of the many stone polishers breaks down. The Rock- hounds is one of the new clubs at Washing- ton. All of its members except one are boys. They polish and cut stones, which they make into rings and bracelets. The members may find that this hobby will make an interesting Vocation after they graduate. rg A . . A arc, ART HONOR Row I: Thompson, Johnston, secretary, H a z el 1, sponsor: Patzer, president, Ahrens, sponsor: Geyer, vice presi- dentg Coward, treasurer. Row chell, Faye: Drahos, Richardson, II: Colson, Mitchell, Fern, Mit- De Vean, Bosnak, Churchill. Row III: Wilhelm, Bandy, Fos- ter, Nelsen, Kelley, Nielsen, Rodes. Row IV: Campbell, Maloy, Clapp, Lacy, Kott, Saladak. HW h i l e Strolling Through the Park One Day," this reporter ran into the Art Honor So- ciety making sketches of American life to ex change for those made by the children in Hol- land. They received many interesting sketches in return. IXIARTHONIANS i Row I: Felder, treasurer Zil man, Taylor, Hogue, president Gallagher, secretary: Shockly Steele, Dalton, State. Row II Steed, Swope, Carter, Carlson Crumpacker, Boughn, Beechmg Row III: Magliari, Adams Ayres, Pearson, Jump, John son, Cunningham, Brown. Row IV: Milberger, Pearson, Hes son, Taylor C., Cooper, Tyler Peck. li Ji 4 4 should be able to tell xou ' VVe all know that th , , Nlarthonians served t all the important t e 1 s I and luncheons. At thc P.T.A. Convention last April l the Nlarthonians 'ldid our school proud 1 j - ' ' by serving two thousand Women f r o m all ox er Southern California. "Who Put the Ox cr alls in Mistress Nlui phyis Chowder?" Ask any Marthoniang s e Row I: Silvers, French, Garner, Reina, Chaney, vice president, Gagne, Turchi, presidentg Duncan, sponsor, Baker, treasurer, Flora, secretary, Miller, Trainer. Row II: Olson, Torry, Lynch, Simmer, Be- lew, Pacl, Silberman, Ravenscroft, Thomas, Jones, Spillman, Berman. Row III. Stein, Davidson, Matlos, Moyer, Dressendorfer, Gatefred, Gillett, Smale, Ciemiega, Canfield, Calhoon, Jones, Carmona, Agee. Row IV: Williams, Dehn, Payne, Kott, Norman, Lewis, Foley, Whit- son ,Kimbrell, Prene, Hale, Wilson, M. Clark, P. Clark, Freeman. Row V: Morrell, Marx, Gates, Fortin, Holston, Flaws, Jacobson, Bruffy, Coleman, W o o d e n, Roisman, Niven, Gambold. Row I: Urrutia, Hooks, Eklund Y Foster, treasurer, Draper, spon- sorg Pecorelli, president, Eklund, sponsorg Allen, vice president, Littleworth, secretary, Hamilton, Hunter, Gutos. Row II: Barkin, Downie, Jumper, Crown, Squires, Reina, Sterbenz, Alvis, Monarch, Mitchener, Clifford. Row III: Fon- tana, Champlain, Morris, Henry, Olson, Smith, Sullivan, Holston Bateman, Susag, Cain, Nevaresi Row IV: Feather, Beckley, Hel- bach, Lannon, .I e r s o n , Larsen Y Lone, Heaton, Voeltz. Vivonia, Brown, Sweazy. Row V: Brown, Collier, Reyburn, Magliari, Reed, Ziegler, Bates. ADELPHIANS HThis Is a Sin Trying VVorld," but the Adelphians are trying t h e i r best to improve it. Every Tuesday noon you see this group of friendly-minded students gathered in one of the bugalows. They study world conditions and have speakers attend their meetings. The mem- bers of this group will certainly prove outstanding in later life. THE SPANISH CLUB The 'Spanish Cavaliers," otherwise members of the Spanish Club and students of the five, six, seven, and eight classes, hold their meetings, which are all in Spanish, once a month during second period. These eager seekers-for-knowledge of things Hlfspanolasw study the history of Spain and Spanish speaking countries and put on plays about them. The Spanish seven and eight classes presented a comedy entitled "Duels por la Luz de la Lunaf, P 1UIESPIANS Row I: Frantz, Lewis, sergeant-ab arms, Hopper, W 0 o d , Tolbert. Row II: Worth, Cannon, Allen, Kent, McKinnon, McElhenny, Hey- wood, Luckenbach, Spring. Row III: Dollard, M u l k e y, Elhers, Worth, Ortiz, Reeder, Brown. Row IV: Ogston, Knapp, Palombo, Col- lier, Hartong, Monarch, Jones, Conway. Row V: Stacy, LaFeu- vre, Sime, Neuberger, Lacy, Bandi, Jinks, Lucas. "Here Lies an Actor." The Thespians started the year by going to see 'iMac- bethn at G i l l e r 's Work- shop. The next meeting was a demonstration on make- up by Mr. Clewe, a former t e a c h e r at Washington. Other plays the group savv were "Romeo and Juliet" and "Twelfth Night." sQg,g,,E.st-akwntbw-,casa LATIN CLUB Row I: Conlin, Riggs, Lundgren, historian, Norsworthy, president, Weymann, vice president, Kelley, secretary, Marcy, treasurer. Row II: Lager, McCord, Clara, Fer- brache, Fleeger, Hecht. Row III: Martin, Wiese, Flury, Toliver, Witke, Wahl, Malone, Hodgens, Petersen. Row IV: Minutella, Mc- Lain, Weaver, Van Cleve, Brown, Mitchell, McFerran, McClaskey. The Caelicolae's most im- portant event of the year was the annual initiation. The Latin V's are always sold as slaves to the higher classes. A ft e r the lowly slaves pass under the Ro- man Y o k e they become members of the club. The socials included a banquet and a spring picnic, FRENCH CLUB Row I: Dangler, secretaryg Miuqel, sponsorg Paul, president, Sintes, sponsor, Serrio, vice pres- ident. Row II: Smith, Trunec, Hopkins, treasurerg Abels, Kach- adorian, Murphy. Row III: Con- way, Kellner, McGuigan, Darce, Hookanson, Missakian. Row IV: St. John, Torbert, Coogan, Hopper, Wilburn. "Say 'Au Revoir' But Not Goodbyem, as do the, members of the F r e n c h club. The Cercle Francais held its initiation February 20. The French Vis gave the program and were ac- cepted as new members. Other events of the year were hearing an opera, see- ing a French hlm, and din- ing in a French restaurant. TYROS Row I: Holm, sergeant-at-arms, Murphy, historian, Kenyon, ser- geant-at-armsg Allen, secretary, Wilson, vice president, Mrs. Swope, sponsor, Lowe, presidentg Mrs. Cotter, sponsor, Cantowine, treasurer, Baril, Parker, Graham, Barkin. Row II: Peterson, Riggs, Krause, Kuster, Sayers, Toliver, Fleeger, Pierce, Niven, Diesman, Mylund, Ernest, Carson, Hawley, Welding, Budai, Ferguson, Britton, Marvin. Row III: Robertson, Kor- dal, Porter, Hushower, McMur- ray, Putnam, Brawner, Gonder- man, Rasmussen, Huff, Mabbott, William, Morin, Mitchell, Gud- geon, Hartong, Beezhold, Whener, Shorten, McKinstry, Rau. Row IV: Lamb, Ridenhour, Reagan, Bab- cock, Schenk, Davis, HoiTman, Craig, Corbin, Earley, Barsam, Covalt, Ridinger, Moreno, Cruick- shanks, Marlatt. Row V: Cope, Hansen, Yates, Getman, Collier, Bergman, Drozda, Antram, Wheel- er, Blackburn, Boynton, Angus, Odiorne, McKee. 1 i .LW ... , ., , MICROS Row I: Edwards, Metcalf, Rahn, president, Burch, sponsor, New- berger, secretary, Brown, vice president. Row II: Surburg, Thomas, Gambold, Coogan, Robert, Barsam. Row III: Fleeger, Blac- hart, Nash, Frischknicht, David- son, Lachnit. Row IV: Williams, Thompson, Loomis, Toma. Row I: Lewin, Smith, Henry, Glaudini, Robert, Ludiker, Hohen- thaner, Tatge, Norris, Jarrett, Kel- der, Bateson, Mazelow, Gillette. Row II: Duncan, Blanden, Jack- son, Pleasant, Shaw, Hall, Milice- vich, Wooll, Mullinix, Desmond, Bozeman, Schickner, Dick, Cush, Goodale, Fisher. Row III: Mit- chell, Peterson, S e m o n, Walsh, Tipton, Starren, Hook, Johnson, Shaw, Annis, Ziegler, Helmreich, Cohen, Wishman, Jarrett, Schoc- uerweg. Row IV: Darnall, Ander- son, Fratt, Hyink St. Amant, Lev- erett, Godwin, Earnshaw, Rudolph, Sullivan, Weed, Frasier, Holdrook, Chernow, B r e w s t e r, Hudson, Row V: Lane, Rabe, Smith M., Teschner, Ru d d, Reams, Sims, Gale, Welts, Short, Durfur, Kitts, Johnson, Carroll, Woodworth. JR. ADELPHIANS "The Bell ls Ringingu and that is the end of another weekly meeting of the Ir. Adelphians, who, in addition to some social events, found time to keep an adopted French family supplied with clothing and food. Under the guiding hand of Yvinter President Greta Fluckinger the annual pro- gressive dinner party was a huge success. The summer group was led by .Io Anne Cdiorne. Row I. McKee, Mul- i A 'f ' ' inix, Crawford, Deb- bas, Kramer, Hertzog, sponsor: Fluckinger, Posito, C 0 c 0, Grey, Odiorne, Baril. Row II: Sana, Jarrett, Bla- den, Bozeman, Simp- son, Stimion, S al e z, H u s tl e r, Abbott, Hohenthaner, Krause. Row III: Kind, Gun- ning, Benscoter, Sie- mund, Bickford, Brown, Stegner, An- derson, Wilson, Jump- er, Lambert, Arturo. Row IV: Hawley, N 0 r e e n, Sheldrake, Langia, Noga, Framer, C a r e y, Earanshaw, Beeching, Van Nest, Mazuren. Row V: Welts, Gale, Getman, Lane, Cantowine, Put- man, Wilson. CHRONIAN SOCIETY "Comrades" could Well be the Chronians' theme song for the goal is developing comradship throughout the world. 'lihis year Was a busy one for the club. Among the activities were a United Nations assembly, featuring Miss Elsie glen- sen as guest speaker, a study of the United Nations based on the "Question of the lVlonthl'g and the lVIemorial Day assembly. 1 Row I: Skrumbis Kezas, Allen D Allen, vice president G r 0 v e r, president Hodgens, Furst, Toli ver. Row II: Cannon treasurer, Sullivan W i t k e , Anderson Flury, Hodgens, Mun selle. Row III: Cox Wright, B el e W, De Rome, Lewis, Posito Taylor,Reid. Row IV De Longfield, Erick son, Lucht, Horton King, Lackey, Cal houn, R e i m a n Squires. TEEN-AIDERS I Row I: Lynch, Vereker, Stevenson Berman, Silberman, Thomas, Sil: ver, Skrumbis, Clara, Trainor Row II: Kimbrell, Matlos, Moyer Davidson, Fox, Monk, McClaskey Strife, Clark, Letson, Clark P. Wegner, Cox. Row III: Victors Sanchez, Ravenscroft, Nichol Dressendorfer, N e l s o n, Rush Gottfred, Gillett, Lowerison, Auf: fort, Herrin. Row IV: Wooden Calhoon Calhoun Jones Lacke y 1 Y wisdom, Foley, iKnight, Raul McCord, Reiman, Squires. Row V Wilburn, M i n t o n, Cvambold Brown, Cluff, Magliocco, Herrin Scheppers, Pacl, Coleman. y 3 1 CADETS Row I: Kent, treasurer, Hodge- man, sponsor, Henry, president, Clifford, Flaws. Row II: De Rome, De Castro, Toliver, Fortin. Row III: Blanchart, Wright, Morris. "School Days" is the theme of the Cadets, those eager teachers-to-be who take classes When a teacher is otherwise occupied. In their meetings these future teachers discuss the prob- lems they will face in their profession. The social af- fairs of the year included a picnic and a dinner. l TEEN-AIDERS II Row I: Kelly, Wells N., Butler, treasurer, Bentley, sponsor, Hol- ston, vice president, Dube, presi- dent, Wells, P., secretary, Mor- rell, Marx, Scholine, Williams, Copple. Row II: Lewis, Rawnsley, Barnett, Olson, McLain, Dorris, Richardson, Agee, Spillman, Torry, Prindle, Jones, Rice. Row III: Rox- troum, Christensen, Rosenberg, Vivonia, Heaton, Wilson, Miller, Hale, Carmona, Crown, Simmer DowDell, Pomeiii, Hall. Row IVi DeCuir, Bradshaw, Dern, Kelly Cogan, Kelly, Martin, Jacobson Flaws, Fortin, Bateman, Geisler Row V: Zink, Taylor, Payne Bezanson, Roisman, Norman, Nis- sen, Erickson, DeLongfield, Toma Thomas. 1 MINUTEMEN Row I: Squires, sergeant-at-armsg DeBoer, secretary and treasurerg Allen, vice presidentg Siemens, sponsorg Smith, president, Clif- ford, Norsworthy. Row II: Train- or, Owen, Downey, Hamilton, Hale, Wilson, Grippo, Gregston. Row III: Reiman, Scholine, Hall, Anderson P., Grover, Anderson N., DowDell, Smacher, Mason. Row IV: Arturo, Evers, Cannon, Hop- per, Lynn, Geisler, Foster, Silver. D o n ' t be "Too Late! Too Late in These Words were uttered by the Miniite- men, whose job it is to pub- licize and sell subscriptions to Washington's Surveyor and Continental. The Min- utemen had a busy year and the Generals were grateful for their contribution to the school. BELLE LETTRES Row I: Knudson, Cannon, presi- dent, Andrews, sponsor, Voeltz, Grippo. Row II: Christensen, Rox- stroum, Gates, Heaton. Row III: Kursteiner, Furst, Whitson. f'Get up, Jack! John Sit Down I" Although the Belle Lettres do believe in peace and quiet in the library, they spend most of their time in the Work shop re- pairing books and maga- zines. lVIany of the girls wish to continue their lib- rary work after they finish school. You may find it in- teresting to Walk into a library some day and see those same familiar faces at the desk. MATH Row I: Ciemiega, Hamilton, treas- urerg Hodgens, vice presidentg Johnson, sponsor, Crawford, presi- dentg Lawyer, sponsorg Cunning- ham, sponsorg Downie Flury. Row II: Vivonia, Torrey, Barnett, Miller, Belew, Hecht, Mc- Claskey, Lynch. Row Ill: Wil- burn, Coffey, Green, Swanson, Axe, sponsor, Jinks, Porter, Blaney, Gambold. Row IV: Bates, Shep- pers, Minton, Chapel. Everybody talks about the weather but only the lVIath Club has done any- thing about it. The mem- bers ended the drouth by planning a picnic. As it rained that day, they stayed inside and studied the slide rule. I' L.-Lip F' MMWM ZW ywww xlf M QMLMMTXM Elf Back in 1898 they were playing rugby instead of foot- ball and Casey was at the bat for the third strike. Casey struck out, but baseball and football are still All-American sports in the year 1948. At Washington, sports are of prime importance. The thrill of having a Championship team is dear to the heart of every loyal General. During all the seasons, spectators by the hundreds gather on the held or in the gym to shout encouragement to the teams and spur them on to victory. "BP.UTITER, TELL ME UT THE BATTLE" COACHES Bill Sloan, Washi11gton's football mentor, this year coached the team to the city championship. He revealed himself as one of the ahlest coaches in the city and worthy of all praise QW S TF sim i in Q1 -4 5 Zi I I 6 3 via 7 vw ' ,W ti ax.,-'-' 1 2 - EA Q ' g . , X 'S i f a. S X .. A - X 5 1 5 , 5 5 E J ,ii S 'S 25 5 2 52 E S X W fL - A f o X lx X X "-gs f 'few wi, ,Z ig' - T Pk, -" - f wigs, As line coach, Jack Shanks proved his value to the team. Under his coaching, Washington had one of the hest defensive teams in the city as Well as a smooth running high geared offensive line. W R Scum Ars Umustsmr Los Anaeuzs Ton ' Farmonn' 34-Q6 nsnsmer-cm 'JEFFERSQN 3+-7 WASHINGTON Roosevcu' ASMNGTQN MANUAL. Z5-U Asmncavon Cnnaenlinzt on -Urmenms. CURE Q- L o'v' 9'-Wm.:ref2.S -a+'-STRUVE :NT 64'M'JE'NKiN5 F195 KOMAUA 30 -'wxuumeuoms -3?:H1NKLEMIkN PEYQRSE-N 15 'W SBS , 23? H QNTEYZ. , 35'H OPPER Q XM , W 'M WM 1 f 'M 4 f- k'Jx 'N .MM I I N ,, ,,, f ' vw' , iff 51 , ' f , X W 7 2, IM A mars: Starting with a 12-6 win over the Huntington Park l . .2 . l .li Row I: Terra, Richard, Hines, Milicivich, Gherardi, Turk, Rainay, Mag- liari, Doore, Holfman. Row II: Chapel, mgr.g Barnes, Gomen, Seltzer, Clarke, Cecere, Gardner, Burkhart, Dimitriou, Francom, coach. Row Ill: Alexander, Smith, Becker, Gordon, Mazzarese, Steele, Kragness, Burner, Wear, Pack. Ramblers, the General "Bees" were under Way. They finished the practice games with a 6-6 tie with South Gate. The league season started with a thrilling game with Los Angeles, ending 13-13. Not doing so Well as the Varsity against Fremont, the midgets lost 12-O. The let- ferson game ended in much the same Way with VVash- ington the loser 18-0. The Generals seemed to have had luck all through the season as they ended with a 24-0 loss with Roosevelt and a 25-O loss with lVlanual. The Gen- erals did not regain the spirit they shovved earlier in the season. Perhaps if they had, the "Bee's" would have come through with a victorious season. Some seasons are bad, some good, this just happened to be a bad one. The team was made up almost entirely of inexper- ienced players. They will have gained much knowledge and experience and will return next year to go out and Win for the Vvashington Generals. VARSIT ACTION i k BBE FOOTBALL OOAOH Gnce a gain Cliff Francom, Bee football coach, can be seen walking around the cherry tree campus. Back in 1937 he Walked across the stage to receive his diploma. Even then he was quite a big Wheel for he was a Knight, a Pry-Ton, and an all city blocking back. Later he went to city college Wh ere he was Junior All American. Replacing Fremont as Southern League champions, Wash- ington's powerful Generals smashed all opponents for the Dixie crown. The power laden backheld and immovable line provided one of the best teams Washington has had in its twenty-one year history. ln the opening league game VVashington showed great of- fensive power by ploughing under Los Angeles 42-6, with six men scoring. Next week was the Fremont classic, Fremont having been undefeated for nine years. Exploding for four tallies in the second quarter the Generals crushed the Pathfinders 34-6. Undefeated Jefferson was next to fall, 34-7, against a tough Washington defense and smooth running offensive. Roosevelt, set to upset the Generals' high scoring outfit, traveled to Wash- ington for our first home league game. They put up a stubborn defense for nearly three quarters. Final score: VVashington 33, Roosevelt 0. The last league game was against Manual Arts, the only squad standing in the way of an undefeated season. Though high spirited and ready to hold down the rampaging Armymen, Manual was also downed 25-O Named for all southern honors were end, Bob Hooks, guard, Norm Parhamg tackle, Dave Beechg back, Burt Tibbs. Backs Hugh Nlclilhenny and Cameron were named co-players of the year because of their inseparability. Nlost players on the 1947 squad played their last year for VVashington, and will long cher- ish the memory of it. LL LA --. The hrst time the Generals got the ball in the game with Cathedral they moved down the field and finally scored on a sensational pass by Cameron to Fife from mid-field. Early in the second quarter Cameron spotted lV1cElhenny and passed to him for a 48 yard touchdown play. After the kick, Cathedral had to punt and on two long passes a touchdown materialized, Tibbs scoring on a 36 yard pass. Un the kickoff Cathedral scored on an 85 yard return, Mike Serna scoring, Tom Burke kicking the extra point. The half ended 13-7, VVashington's favor. Early in the third period Cathedral drove 57 yards, Ben Stodola scoring from 19 yards out. Washington came right back, going 51 yards, lV1eElhenny adding the last 7 for the score. Cathedral took the ball, after the kick, and drove 75 yards with Stodola driving over from the three. The third quarter ended with the score 24-21. Sensing danger, the Generals fought back to drive 57 yards. Tibbs did some Hne ball carrying and pushed over the TD. Cathedral, being unable to move, was forced to punt. McElhenny took the ball on his own 22 and raced 78 yards to score. Cathedral was again forced to punt, and, climaxing another march, lVIeElhenny dashed 32 yards un- touched and Cameron added the first extra point to terminate scoring for the day 43-21. 4 my ,wwf-f' City Champs! After the crushing defeat of Can- oga Park, VVashington was proclaimed City Champ. This year's potent squad personally set a new scoring record for one twenty-five minute period and helped to set two others. On the hrst play, after Washington and Canoga Park took over, Canoga recovered a had pass from center in the end zone for a safety and two points for Washing- ton. Canoga kicked off from their twenty to lVIcElhenny who returned the ball to the Hunter forty-five. After eight plays Tihbs carried the hall over from the three. On the second play after Washington kicked off, Mac intercepted one of Bowerls passes on the Generals' forty and returned the pigskin to the Hunter fifteen. After a few plays he plunged over from the one. Following the resulting kick- off Mac again stole a Bower's aerial and brought it back to Canoga's forty-eight. A Cameron to lxfliller pass on the first play netted a TD, lVliller receiving on the ten and going over easily. Cameron added the extra point to make the score 21-O. After the kickoff Canoga made their only first down on a nice end run, but the downs ran out and Canoga had to kick. lVfcElhenny took the ball on the Wfashington nine and on a sensational 71 yard runback carried the ball to the Hunter twenty. Mac seemed to be caught several times on his jaunt down the left side-lines as eight Hunters had chances to get him. A couple of plays later Cameron, aided by a beautiful block from Tibbs, turned right end to score. The gun sounded after the following kick off and ended the day's proceedings with the score Washington 27, Canoga Park O. BAS ETBALL Our varsity basketball team got off to the slow start of a horseless carriage, but gained momentum as rapidly as a jet-propelled job. Led by Coach Norm Schachter, the team Won seven out of ten games for third place in the Dixie Loop. The closest game of the season was the second game with Roosevelt, when Oliver "Swish', Jones brought us up from behind by scoring four points in the last fifty seconds, hnal score Was 46-44. Another hard fought game was with Jeffer- son, when our hoopsters finally began to click on free throws to Win, 35 to 32. The most outstanding game of the season was the second game With Fremont, When Don Eby finally got the ball. With the cooperation of his teammates he scored 48 points to set a new Southern League record. Eby Was named for All-Southern and All-City. Chet Noe also was All- Southern. In the city playoffs we waxed the undefeated Huntington Park Spartans, who had Won the Eastern League title eight out of the past nine years. Then We were beaten by Dorsey. VARSIT Row I: Moyons, Noe, Hester, Eby, Larson, Osterhues. Row II: Groat, Mayrshin, Reed, Ste- wart, Miller, Rippe. Row III: Missakian, managerg Borbilk, Reedy, Azarian, Jones, Henderson. Don Eby Bob Hester H. Osterhues Chet Noe G. Larsen ' X54 - A-' 1 BEES Row I: Hays, Minerva, Bradach, Cline, Whaley. Row H: Wilhelm, Benner, Perks, Wilson, Bartee, Johnson. Row II: Missakian, managerg Ronci, Whit- ten, Banken, Mire, Schachter, coach. An interesting sidelight on this year's Bee Basketball season was the practice game with Jo r d a n when our Mighty Midgets defeated the team coached by Bill VVhite, the twin brother of Washing- tonls Bob VVhite. Uur B Bucketeers were coached by Norm Schachter, who was All- American in college basketball. The cap- tain, Llohn Bradach, was named an All- Southern "player of the year." He, lVlire, VVhitten, Cline, Ronci, Perks, and Benner were the backbone of the team. l' If you want to start a barbershop quartet, you can depend on Coach Bob VVhite to help harmonize a few choruses, for, like the bird of the same name, he enjoys singing. When not singing bass, he coaches baseball or basketball. In four years of high school Work, Coach White earned thireen varsity letters, and he set a school record in high jump. He attended SC. and p l aye d pro baseball for the Yankees before coming to VVashington. BALL CEES Row I: Kreta, Blancher, McKinney, co-captaing Segal, Luymes. Row II: Franklin, Lager, Squire, co-captaing Raia. Row III: Seyferth, managerg Gordon, White. S , 7 flu 79' M I :ABL W1 J I .1 If f 7721. ,, CROSS CUUNTR l e i Row I: Hanna, Atkins, Reyburn, Ronsevel, Young, Dollard, Irvin, Chase, Williams. Row II: Mergell, Reeder, Bowe, Balyer, Breunig, Cota Sudds, Haley, Archibald, Caldwell, Rio. Row Ill: White, coach, Cissna, Edwards, Whitmore, Vanderlaan, Von Ravensberg, Dennis, Short Valasko, McCullough, manager. I Qver hill and over dale, for a mile and eight tenths run those Crazy cross country hoys. Nobody but themselves know how they do it, hut the lVash- ington cross country teams really know how to run. All three went up the ladder to the city meet, and the results were amazing. The varsity Row 1: Hanna, Atkins, Reyburn, Young, chase, Irvin, short, Doiiafa, placed SSCUUJZ dw bees and tenth Row II: Hailey, Cota, Breunig, Sudds, Rio, Archibald, Rounsevel, Row III: , . Edwards, Cissna, Whitemore, Vanderlaan, Von Ravensburg, Valasko, Peck, grade both placed hrst. This was one Dennis. ROWIV, Mccunoughy managers White' ot those rare times when one school completely took over all three races. WRESTLING Washingto1i's Tennis Team, dis- continued during the war, made an excellent showing in its second season since the war's end. The boys were led by Coach Jack Shanks, a newcomer to the Cherry- tree Campus. lnterest in tennis was so great that the Boys' League sponsored a tennis tournament, won by Leroy Nelson and Vic Swearinger. It will take a lot of hard work and the support of the student-body to make another championship team such as we had in 1940 and 1941. TENNIS Q , . . ,,,, V, X s A af xx It is said that wrestling is the oldest known sport, since it was forty-five hundred years old at the time that Christ was born. Every hold known now was known then, without any exceptions. In most countries in the' earlier times, wrestling was required of every young man because it was supposed to teach him aggressiveness and control over thestrength and limi- .4 tations of his body. Though there is now intra-school competition the classes do have matches among themselves. f'if Xi If gf' . ,, fr, Row I: Abels, Roth. Armstrong, Nelson, Stewart, Reed, Brewster, Swearinger. Row II: Allsen, Crystal, Carlson. Lucas, LeFeuvre, Serratore, Shanks. f , f 1 4 f f T fo QM' i ,, 5 7 f aa 7 f BASEBALL Under the guidance of coach Bob VVhite, this yearls varsity baseball nine showed pos- sibilities of having one of the strongest teams in the city. After a fair start in practice games, win- ning four and losing three, the Generals got away to a great start in the Southern League race, winning their first four games before being dumped by Fremont. Regardless of this defeat VVashington was still favored to capture the League title. Returning to action were four varsity let- termen led by All-City first baseman, Dale Coogan, t h i r d sacker, Charlie Weymanng pitcher, Gary Webb, and catcher, Chuck Reeve. Two members of last year's team, outfielder, Bob Stewart, and second baseman, Dean Miller, also returned to action. The Generals started the league season by dumping Los Angeles 8-6, after trailing 6-3 with only two innings left. In the next game, highlighted by Jim Cline's relief twirling, the Red and Blue squeezed by Roosevelt 8-7. The Generals then took the measure of Jeff- erson 5-0 and lVIanual 5-2 before dropping a 5-2 decision to Fremont. The team, however, immediately retaliated by blasting L.A. 14-5 in the opening second round game. 7 , . visx wwf .ff zljf:i 'ff JR. VARSITY Row I: Hucldleston, Mollner, Nive, D aw so n, Jordan, Luymes, Walker, Schachter, coach. Row II: Harris, Bartee, Wilhelm, Margolin, Page, Guertin, Reeve, White. Row III: Dierking, Jeffers, Squire, Connor, Kinney, Robinson. VARSITY Row I: Osterhues, D'Eramo, manager, Parham, Jones, Webb, Reeve, Weymann. Coogan, Holt, Hunter, Noe. Row II: Seyferth, White, coach, Possemato, Gordon, Koch, Cline, West, Stewart, Groh, Miller. 10TH GRADE Row I: Leind, O'Dowd, Lamb, Rokos, Raia, Davis, Schachter, coach. Row Il: Stewart, Launia, Block, Carter, Haydon, Swarthout, Reina. Row Ill: Wise, Combs, Schvner Miller, Pruce, Woods, Sowby. ".'Ql3f'L."WfsdWiE-K Pillinikf. 4' 4" .JE'sn'f"' " ...Ali 'ff-.Qi 'Q' " ,'Nf-VA., -1.3 -' ' 'ir Atkins Mile Irvin Mile Haley Mile Young Mile, 880 Rounsvel, Mile Smart, 880 Stacey, 880 Chase 880 Hanna 880 Mile Al Johnson 880 Mergel 880 Breunig, 440 Choumas, 440 Hooks R., 440 Crawford BJ Reed HH HJ Shelton HH Stoutsenberger Cummins, Relay, Fagan, Relay, Revburn, Relay, Blaize E 220 100 Blaize B Relay LH HJ HH L.H. 220 220, 100 880. Foote Relay 100 Zuniga Relay, 220, Montgomery, 220, Grace, 220, L.H. 100 TRAC dt this Writing Washington's track team had suffered defeats from Fremont and Jefferson, the latter expecting to be a strong contender for the State championship. The respective scores were 53 to 51, and 66 to 38. The Generalls strongest track events were the high and low hurdles, the half mile, and the mile. VVhizzinl over the highs in 14.8 and the lows in 20.4 was General VVarren Shelton who accomplished the former feat al- though nursing a bad knee. Tron Lungs Hanna paced off a 4:40.0 mile in the Jeff meet. This was the best time in the city to date. The nucleus of Washington's '48 track-Held team lay in the field events, with the mighty heaves of shot-putter Bob Cameron setting a new mark of 58'5" and a strong pole-vaulting Combination cleaning the board in the top-heavy Jeff meet. The bright spot in defense for the state title lay in the already mentioned shot-put and in certain track events. FIELD I, was W 2, if 1 sf. ,fwyi 'f X' X Lf W1-1 ff I 7 ' Frantz, HJ. Walters, H.J., Fitzgerald, BJ. Hoodenpyle, BJ. Mazaresse, BJ. Perpall, BJ. Whitely BJ Dougherty, P.V. H.H. Cameron, S.P. Hinkleman, S.P. Hollingsworth, Hooks, S.P. Longnaker S P McLean, Shot Put Rasmussen, P.V. Tubbs, S.P. 5-P- Schroeder, S.P. 4 .W JE! 4 BEES Row I: Towne, Cecere, Summer, M01-gencer, G01-den Clark, Suddg, Reynolds. Eshoif. Trupp. Cota. Ciancimruino. Row H: Pick. Hc- Conkey. Robson. Caudle. Lane. La Yoix. Pack. Dudas. Pass. Caldwell. Archbald. NIcTaggart. Francom C. Row HI: VVhite. Mangry. Lynch, Dennis. Flanegin, Ferdinand. Hurley. Vander Loan. Kampmann. Morgan, YYinter. Manager, TRAC CEES Row I: McGuire. Jeskey. Datria. McYey. Chace. Edwards, Brekke, Evens, Turchi. Faucett. Row H: Freeze. Prest. YYeesner. Smith. Reese. Riley, Trviu. Francom. B I ' w 5 i .. 1 if ' JL f ual M Q WW. QQ- www 1' ,S N ff fx Q I W ' WA xv .f fr ,N :iv 3: . fx W. X. t, V an f K - , "' s , iw X Sr , if .. , I If x l , , , , X, , 1 f 4 7 f 45 f , 0 f W , WW WT 4 Q, ff ff A ' I 4 - 3 , ,,',,, , :si K? ' f , 1 Hi 162, fi? fiwgw 9, Q3 4 I Z f J Rowl Colson Wilson, Carrington, Voss, Venne, Pecorelli, King, Bazacas, Berger. Row II Frise Straushein Brown Ormsby Herold, Metcalf, Walker, Punaro, Mays, Fanucchi. Row III: Banning, Jaeger Weaver Tomasello Larson Lara Pickering, Lund, Siler. Row IV: Kettering, Jacobs, Welch, Passalocqua Hoodenpyle Glassman Fodor Patterson Estep. ln the triangle meet between Huntington Park, Garfield, and Washington, Garfield was the Winner 612 to 582, Huntington Park 0. The next meet ended in much the same Way, Hamilton 61 Washington 59. The third meet ended differently, Gardena 402 Washington 792. This was the lift that the Generals needed to start the league meet with a 59 to 61 Win over Los Angeles. The next meet Roosevelt overpowered the Generals with a 68 to 52 win for the Roughriders. Washington Won the Jefferson meet with a 95 to 25 Win, even though the Generals' first five men were out. Manual was overpowered by the General gym- nasts in a hard fought meet ending 622 to 572. Fremont, the favorite, beat us 64 to 56 in an off day for the Generals. Fremont and Manual later bested our team in the Southern League when we placed third. ln the all city meet, the five men Washington entered all placed high, to bring the Generals into second place, ending the gymnastic season for the year. l BANNING BROWN FoDoR HEROLD LARsoN BERGER CARRINGTON GLASSMAN LARA METCALF L E T T E R M E N Johnny Bazacas exhibited good climbing ability in the rope. Eddie Larson showed winning form to place first in city and state in the long horse. Duke Walker displayed fine form and abil- ity on the high bar. Ed Berger unleashed great speed in the rope climbing. Vince Punaro and Johnny Fodor went through incomparable exer- cises in free ex to place third and fifth, respective- ly, in the city. Dick Venne came through with a fifth in city on the rings. Our tumbling whiz, Gil Patterson, took a fourth in city. Howard Voss showed lots of form on the difficult high bar. Wes- ley Miller revealed surprising skill in free ex. Gil- bert Siler was a consistent climber in the low sixes. 'fSusie" Gordon provided an exhibit of good form throughout the season. Herb Heroldls surprising ability in the side horse gave him a second in the city. Superior work was done by Banning on the long horse. Paul Frise managed the team to suc- cess. Harry Pecorelli was superb on the rings and parallels. Eddie VValters showed a lot of improve- ' Tx M ment in free ex. Aubry Nletcalf went through beautiful exercises on the side horse. Bill Carring- ,G .M 9 ton was marvelous on the parallel bars, and Kenny l . Brown was outstanding on the bars. .Q - i 9, X ,Io 1 0 g QS ' . Q x. fvsc, gl 5? - f LI SILER WALKER TOMASELLO WALTERS MANAGERS and COACH KETTERING GIRLS' Row I: Hopper Lister, vice president, Slyva, sponsor, Smale, president, Riggs. Row II: Jones, Van Winkle, Wells, P., Wells, N., Cox, Andrews. . I I I Row III: Calhoon, Ingersoll, Spring, Heywood, Regnier, Hutton 6 WASHINGTON WINNERS r Row I: Lister, Lundgren, secretary, Andrews, president, Helvev spon'or, Nelson, treasurer, Beard, vice president, Marx. Row II: Arnell, Riggs Melen, Wegener, Richardson, Waffel, Van Winkle, Anderson. Row IIIi Ingersoll, Lynn Ceder, Felder, Smale, Borchelt, Helbach. Row IV: DeLonfield, Regnier, St. John, Lillefloren, Toliver, Morrell, Snyder, Holston '31 . six 5. :Z . -f-L zilmzfwf, ' ? ' "NfNf3f'NfN I TIE S 'Q 0 4 'His 6 Q3 EQ? cf Q fm M9 J 6 W W sf 7 Xx J f X If 1 SPORT !w'XK tm -ia ,IZVL f'7. . W? I.. xp! I A ' DANCES .nmw wf I o 'tl' A a O If 11 . 0 5 . 4 5 . 1 f an O oo V L fs ' 'ijlfever Say a Nlumblin' VVord" if you expect to stay in a dramatics class. Une of the most pleas- ant memories of the school year Was the Senior Play on January 14, featuring Hugh lVlcElhenny as Dutch, a boy from Winsocki Prep School. He always meant good, but he got his pal Bud, played by Jack Tillar, into more trouble than he Was already in, for it seems Bud asked two girls to the Senior Prom. Une was his girl friend, but the other Was a glamo- ous movie star. The plot traveled from one hilarious sequence to another, and ended with a grand finale. This must be put among the other Washington achievements. DRAM wwf , A Mrwk limp LQJLMAVM QXMMAQ KD ' 'U'e'P"f-.pu LW-Qwui 5 H www X'v'!2L-ffif!-M- ATIUS 1 5 o 0 A v O 'lThere'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonightf, was on the lips of all the damsels and gay blades as they piled out of their surries Cjalopies to youj on that night of January ninth at the Senior Prom. Each damsel was in her gayest gown, full skirted as any her grandmother wore, and was es- corted by a gay blade who, however, did not sport a handle bar mustache, nor a low slung derby. The gym was elaborately decorated in a Chinese theme. Those who were there will have many memories of that night, the waltz contest, the mad band, the lloor show, and the traditional crowning of George and Mar- tha in the persons of Hugh lVlcElhenny and Carolyn Nelson. SENIOR PROM NIGHTS AND LADIES "I Wish I were in the land of cotton, old times th e r e are not forgottenf' Nor will those who attended the semi-annual Knights and Ladies d a n c e forget that "Night in Dixie," when over five-hundred George's and Martha's turned out for the K 81 L dance. Fun was had by all while dancing to the dreamy music of Paul Mahan and his band. To add to the entertainment Beverly Cortese sang, "Love is Funny." x f ,mf Q W . NW! 1 X, u..- 'Ts aff-. .-M f X Hr- ' H. 4 xi , W 2fw2lQs??l,'i'A I I ' , ,MW W' 'M ff 1 K7 f fly' ,VJ j , 'A 1 V: 'M i ' "ig XZ : X ... f ff .- """'J., . www., ' " 'fl' " "W U ..- ,,,, . , wwf. 1. r' ,ff .. ' , X I4 vw Uf , f f . , ff fu , 1 ,4 1 ,, Z Z . .fl f Q f 5-,V , , f Q f W ,ff ff f , 5, y 'M 5 ,A ! ,A u, gm xx 'S Q3- Q fm 4 4 -WW Q, , J f f I I 5 ,K f . ...,. -1-qi..-,wlzigxzx fri, f- K fff' 1 I n nl Zh ,f WY Graduation has always been an important and greatly anticipated occasion. ln the Nineties the girls, wearing white dresses and carrying traditional bouquets of roses, and the 'boys Wearing high still collars and hair parted in the middle, were thrilled, and perhaps a little awed, to know that the goal they had worked so hard to achieve had finally been reached. The Seniors today in their dark blue robes and tasseled caps feel much the same as did the seniors of half a century ago. lVashington's Vikings and Larnplighters will "Pull To- gether" and "Light the lVay" wherever they go. " DUATIUN S " SENIOR CABINET W '48 X X i , ' N A ' i' w"5"-Hx o - M ' Row I: Hopkins, Magliari, Richardson, Zuniga, Allen, Kordahl. Row II: Brown Ogston. THE VI INGS Marie Abbott M. Alexander Donna K. Allen Joan Amacher Norma Anderson Virginia Anderson Anne Andrews Neil Ansnes Rolland C. Appel Stanley Aston Edward Azarian J. Bandurraga Doris Bandy Lois Bandy Milton A. Barrows Dorothy Beard David Beech Jr. Daidra Bingham Arlys Bloss Robert Bonano William Boomer Allan Boyer John Bradach Dorothy Bristol Margaret Brosius Guy L. Brown Kenneth Brown Rosalie Brown J ,-L... ' .ze ff f in-4 . Aff! fe J zf, 1 , ff, W f f Z f, 3 f f I f z f . Q AI fs Z 7 7' J KX'-fy' Pnlh . f X f X ' 9 f f 1 C . , .. X if 'iff Z f 2 V' ff f I' W 58051 2:2 fi AMX , I 4? ee X' l XR' 1 K v,.w.f, MW 9 awww' js 1 2. .1 . f X V, U, , , 5 fl-.42 f i ff I. V 1 . m..,.,g.' Q' ' ' - ,W . WTCV' P, 4 ,K M.. fig f f .Was Rx XX N. f s .Q '. rg f x if X gf sm 4' f w a X K 1 S M.. X fs f fy ff ze? p ,c L, 2. 635 N ww A ,. X, '44 ,G 5 ref " 'f , ' .X 're j X Q XX., sf Bertha Hulda Bruckel Lenorad Buffehr Alice Burkhart Robert D. Burns Martha A. Butzke Charles C. Caldwell Donald J. Card Antoinette Casaline Betty J. Ceder Joanne Champlin Robert D. Chase Marilyn Clardy Sharis N. Clifford Patricia M. Coates Bobbie H. Collins William L. Craig Joanne C. Crutcher Dennis J. Cullen Jr. Shirley Y. Cunningham Betty J. Currie Betty M. Dangler Ann Louise DeBoer Beverly L. Delahousie Claire H. deRome Joseph E'. DeSues Jr. Ruth M. Diltz Ronald N. Edwards Eleanor A. Ecklund Joan O. Ellithorpe James A. Engelund Valda J. Framer Harriet C. Feather Wayne R. Fitzgerald Donnajean Fosdick James H. Fuller Robert E. Gamblin ,. Qi W ,V V Z, ' , f I3 2 x sk.. .. .1 '75, - ff- 3 ff x wa' Z, 14 V . Q f fb., 4 ' Ella Louis Gerlach Helen M. Gieser Glenn M. Gill Emmett F. Glasgow Doris M. Glick Beverly A. Graham Catherine L. Graves Barbara J. Grover Donald E. Guidotti June D. Gunny Darleen T. Guth Lewis J. Gutos Juana J. Harden xllllillnv. Ll'..-,.l2-,e William E. Harrison Edward P. Hastings Marian E. Hayes Vera F. Helbach Harry Henderson William R. Henrichs Richard A. Henry Robert M. Hester Clairabell Hogue Rhoda Honescko Lois May Hood Alvin Earl Hopkins Stewart W. Hopper Edwin L. Hustead Catherine M. Hulingls Betty Hyam Juanita P. Iantorno Carol J. Ingersoll Lois M. Jackson Eugene O. Jenkins Sylvia B. Jerson Bette M. Johnson Patricia A. Johnson Richard M. Johnson Richard V. Jordon Jeanne E. Joslin Eileen A. Jumper Ann M. Keeler Harry C. Kent Elaine Kezas Ronald L. King Joan Alberta Kitto Mary Joyce Knapp Janet A. Kordahl William H. Lewis William F. Long Jr. John T. Lunclgren Helen A. Lynn Nancy H. McConnell Robert B. McDaniel Hugh E. McElhenny Jacqueline J. McKinney John W. McLean Mary Jane McRae Virginia A. MackeY Anthony J. Magliari Ellsworth Magnusen Leonard J. Mallano John N. Marcus Ing-rv I-I lhllqrolz 59.5 X 9, WH'-Q, L,, , N M . V , a. . wifmfff nw' w ftifjfiff ,. f f 4.. - .wx x 4-.K 'SN I M15 ,,.. U x 'sf f A 'N N. W W f , sf S av X 5 X A mg, Q Q.. X. f yes Us X 8 R It M X K W ts , ,fx z . .po ,W ENN' 'bi ff' N ' t5MQs.KEm. N at X QQ. 3 N Bi ff , -Pi .2 W, ki, N mMZ5ig.' . . -f x M N A 4. . . is :jg S ,f . . sfn . -f Q sfwy 9,3- 'RN . f, 'f t ks s, is: :anis -Q: , - 3 s t by gf Q if if " 27 5, ' X mf. .- fi .. V av We A as is sf 4 Q R I M 'f 1 4 ,, 5, Q W , W ' X X 5? 3 4 . iyks. t mr!-fr -,f x '27, V 72 i ami ' 1 f f a A . f X li' Q Mi '17 g, X Q I .V . I X., V, , 2 ' Mflsfv f X 0 f We f 5 X W5 Q Nsffb y . X W X X - szrmlfiifr' 61:9 ff V I 5 S7 x N X0 f X N h X X 5 s X, X, f ,Misa 1 v . fi Q,1LW.,, ff if X 1 6, 4 1,1 Z 0 'W' .f,f f f f . Z. my 3 s L ww. ff Y 5 1 Z, f sa.a eff of 474 Y f xii 44,1 175 X 5 af fr, Qty , .26 Q ,sa , 4 ff '35 s ,Xie ff Q A7 ' Wilt f , . --,W . ww 1 Helen M. Miner Harry D. Mitchell Drucilla R. Mitchener Collen M. Moran Carlene L. Morgan Arthur J. Murrselle Jean E. Nagle Frank R. Necesany Carolyn J. Nelson Dolores L. Nelson Beverly Ann Nesbit Ann R. Neuberger Ronald B. Nichols William O. Nickerson Nancy J. Norsworthy Peggy J. Ogston John R. Ourada Adele L. Paul Viola May Pearson Leonard S. Pekarcik Dale L. Peterson Norman R. Pickett Albright M. Plies Gloria V. Ramskill James C. Reeder David Carl Reid Florence P. Richardson Irma J. Richmond Dean P. Richter Donald P. Riddle Oonagh J. Rohan Katherine M. Rouse Jacqueline M. Sailor Grace N. Santoro Geraldine S. Sawyer Jack L. Schaening Howard W. Schauer 'fl Q , ,A,,, 4 Theodore M. Schultz 'milf Q' John P. Sgroi 'I Chester Sheidenherger , Charles D. Simpson V X it Avery J. Smith Felecia A Marr Angelina C Martino Marjory L Mason Dolores Miceli Bonn1eJ Miller Marie A Miller Zoella M Miller Patsy L. Smith Robert L. Smith Shirley Mae Smith Maxine Ann Smoot Paul A. Snavley Jr. Frank Sonleitner Marion O. Sorby Darlene Mae Squires Irvin M. Starr Virginia D. Staunton Rodney J. Steel Melvin Stoutsenberger Rosemary L. Street William H. Struve Walter T. Sullens Joe R. Sullivan Robert W. Susag Janet R. Sweazy Jack E. Taylor Donald A. Thirkill Henry A. Thomas Robert J. Thomas Bob A. Thompson James Lee Thompson Hale R. Tolleth Don L. Tolley Edith Torbert Gloria May Triola Louise M. Triplett Roger W. Tronske Helen J. Tyler Robert A. Tyson Ann M. Van Valkenburg Troy S. Vaughan Ruth J. Vogel Kathleen M. Waffl Cynthia J. Watson Sarah L. Weaver Gerald L. Wight Tom A. Williams Jr. Gerald A. Wilson Charles O. Wintjen Beverly Mae Worrell Ellen L. Worth Estalene R. Zelman Frank M. Ziegler Robert Lee Zink Eugene W. Zuniga .,w' N? iv CYS . vi! 'Ng 3 f -f 3. H c ,SQ SENIOR CABINET '48 Row I: Garner, Delahousie, Pecorelli, Cannon . Row II: Creps, Flora, Baker, Hunter, Blackstad, Punaro, Anderson. LAMPLIGHTBRS L Gloria S. Acheson John Adams Donald Adams Thomas Ainslie Carolyn Allen Beverly Allison Marilyn Alvis Joan Anderson Marian Anderson Phyllis Anderson , 1 , S' .fr X 4- -If xi., f f f Mt 4 f 2 sf., 'WT' Douglas Allen Jerrie Allen Jacqueline Appert .lack Archibald Mary Armbruster Arleene Arnell Mary Astuto Lola Baersch James Bailey George Balian Robert Ball Barbara Ballard Thomas Ban Beverly Barkin Alma Barner Ruby Barnes Elsina Baker Shirlee J. Barrett W nf x ww , as . - - a J 6 1 N , X, ,, , ff , . 'E' 'f 1- X 21 X X I -V ,E X X X f f X W f A' S a X Q27 X ZR f, 42 E Q f S fag.. Q f SMX 4 Z Q fx X ' f fe Z yr .M ..x. '- K . , is. . .K Wm, X ,U as 1 f X V ,.f. fe ' 5 4 V Lf 1 7 I X Xxx f f es f Slf , X Y. be f . is Z Wx 4 W 41 If ' f 1, ?W ! ' Q 7' ff MSM, fy f 524 5 f f yi fm Q i 'if: ,.m Xi Q , ,,,, f' Z 1 V ff., ' .lime 1 V. , S 1 . ! sg, . E , , sais:-W 'S C f f si ? f Z Z , , Q jfs s f L! 2. . . 4... gp, .. ,S t, G- ., 'Ga l ..4. Engl L I W... , X X l' X 0 f is X f Q7 ' 1, f g if if ? 'wh fl ,fi ,, f as sa a 4 f f f W. Q W 1 X ,Z "" f i ff Q. . f , J f f 'Q' f 44 ' ' ff X 4 gf ,, . . ,f W Q I ff X. f Doris Barrett Nathan J. Bateman, Jr. Helen L. Baughn Mary L. Baxter Billie C. Beaton Patricia Ann Beaton Joella L. Beaty Stella M. Beckley William Beers Lorraine J. Belew Jo E. Belles Lawrence M. Benton Eric M. Berg Joyce F. Bergenholtz Edward B. Berger Joan M. Berutto Thomas A. Bigelow Betty J. Bittorf Edgar F. Black Marian L. Blackstad Eugene C. Blaize William B, Blaize Lora J. Bloom Phyllis E. Bolt Ronald H. Bowles Shirley Mae Borchelt Floyd E. Boyce Adrianne L. Boyd James F. Boydston Viola E. Breda Frances R. Broder Joyce M. Bull Phyllis Burr Ronald T. Burnell Paul R. Butterfield Ada Mae Cahoon Robert L. Caldwell Robert J. Cameron Joyce Lee Canfield Jacque Lee Cannon Charles Allan Carlson Merilyn J. Carter Robert J. Casper Shirley J. Chaney William O. Chase Frank J. Choumas Renay A. Ciemiega Dorothy Lee Claudino -,,,,1i , T-- ...,.....,..,.... Frances M. Coco Peggy J. Coffman Patricia J, Coleman Maxine T. Collins Dale R. Coogan Patricia Mae Coon Leonora J. Corso Jeanette Coward Albert O. Cota Jean Cowley Dorothy Mae Cox Jack D. Crawford James A. Crawford Patricia H. Crawford Robert A. Creps David M. Crockett Marie Crockett Aaron L. Cross Sheila Cumming Richard L. Cummins Edwin L. Cuneo Robert Curiel Elaine Curtis Roy Dahlerbruch Ronald L. Danforth Gloria Danylciw Patricia Darce Jolene Davidow Mary L. Davis Rosemary Davis Patricia DeBord Pete J. DeDoes Robert Dehn Barbara Deisinger Mickey Delahousie Shirley DeLamar Betty Delmar Diane Diefenback Mollie Dimitriou Eleanor Dixon Katherine Doerflinger Virginia M. Donnell Donald Doney John M. Douglas Mary J. Dowda Kenneth D. Downs Mary Doyle Phyllis M. Drowden Mildred L. Dufur Vera Ann Dupree Robert E. Eason Marilynn E. Ehlers Geraldine M. Ellis Ralph A. Ellison Alice Erhert Mary L. Eshleman Juanita L.Evers Thomas R. Faddis, Jr. Jeanie Falkenstien Gene A. Fay Parda A. Felder Juanita Fellows Joy A. Ferguson Kenneth J. Fife Charlotte Maye Flora Erline M. Flora J. Elise Flury John T. Fodor Lee R. Foote Lynne A. Frantz Jackie Ann French Jeanne E. Fritsch Daryll G. Fugit Betty J. Fullerton George R. Gallagher Armando B. Garcia Donald R. Gardner Marilyn L. Garey Patricia J. Garner Russell H. Garner Charles E. Gauthey, Jr. Cletus P. Geisbush Daniel P. Genatempo Kay Gereke Goldie M. L. Gesquiere Frederick M. Gherardi Shirley A. Gibbons Joan J. Glasgow Ronny S. Glasgow Arthur R. Glassman Gemma M. Glover Art G. Goertzen William Gordcn Sam Grace A lliert D. Graham Norton Lee G:aham Carolyn M. Gray Robert F. Greaves, Jr. Jeannine Green Billie Lee Gregston Tom Grey Mary E. Griffith Maxine E. Griffith James A. Groh Yvonne M. Grover Shirley A. Guidotti Betty AnnGutherie Robert Gutknecht Robert T. Haley Darleene C. Hall Jack L. Halstead Eddie E. Hancock Theodore T. Hanna, Jr. Arthur A. Harmsen Audrey L. Harrell Eleanor L. Harris Jeanne D. Haskell Ina C. Hawley Martha D. Heath David J. Hebner Joan A. Hedley Lillian R. Hees Joyce Helton Milton D. Henningsen Nancy E. Herold Margaret L. Hessen Lois J. Hester Marion H. Hewitt June A. Heywood ShirleyA. Hitchcock Nancy Lee Hodgens Joseph R. Hoffman, Jr. Margaret E. Holman William E.Holt Jack H. Holtman John Holtrichter, Jr. Barbara R. Homuller Carol Joy Hookanson RobertJ. Hooks Harriet A. Hopper Dolores Jo Ann Horne Shirley M. Houlihan Kenneth A. Howland Alfred M. Hubbell I r lf x. Z, J 4.2. ,ff , isp . ,.i, .5 . I 4 1 i L 4 MP i' , S 4 ' i f . N. .Al V .- W .. f 'Ks x V x Qt 3 1 X . . X . N X f X I S Jggg ffxy. . X, K Q W 1 1 . , , X gi f N i .haw 2 WRX W A 0 W ' X fk . ,, W- 7 X i f f f X I Q txt? X J f W Q Sfy 3 X X I X! 9-, if y , f . f X . N X t . 7 x . , i ' X X X Y x Xt X. X S N N K XXw X' xffx " 1X ' NN 1 N ' fs..-A 4.5. A 1 .Q x .1 aw 'i", K' M? Q' ya fd '53 Z '72 D55 ' ', , ,, , W , f 1 ff f ff X X f X, jf f Q f 4 .fizzsffi 3 Q Q fir-: FEW X x X X W M Wa, f MQ' , . Z 5 xl' W + Z X X J Ng X q V fs y .X ,fx I 6 .X ga ,NJ V ' X f W, "if X 5 ' Q S f og ,SX ,wwf V 1 Mi' D 4 X N XY!! X -' of X , gig- W' Xe ,5.zmQ,-jf? . .5 g 261 z., is an .- 1' .9 .. if 'gs3.-:g.?QA,..n7Egg.ff,J.. .. .9763 if -,:...::f-fa.r1.f:,cwei we ,M- '3i:!'..f. 'E' I' 2,5 ,f-Ngifgg -, 57551 f: r 'M " 5 ,.. Z I . sz 7 f gf Z ov gf ff N, X F X XX S! f 7 .V i f fxys s 7 f Y Sf f X X I j W ff , 4 . .f Q, 35, . AAN MX " Wiz 1 as ,. -ffw ws f 'QW to '25 y f f I ,. ZX 1 7 1 W 1 ' Q f ,gn W ,,,k I I U - e AW 'WQWQMYS ,. Wm LM fm' Ronald C. Hufstetler Q . Jaunita La Vonn Wanda Beth Hughe George W. Hunter Elizabeth J. Hutton CI I . Dennis Kay Irwin Joyce Y. Isenburg Robert D. Jackson Martha R. Jacobs Charlyn J. Janulaw Donald L. Jenks Terence Jinks Donald Lee Jipp Audrey M. Johnson Barbara L. Johnson Eleanor M. Johnson Betty Lee Johnston Myra A. Johnston Colleen G. Jones Gurvan R. Jordan Joanne Jurewitz Isabel Kachadorian Kenneth E. Kane Virginia A. Kanouff Marilyn J. Keeler Roger Hall Kendall Patricia Lee Kennedy Richard A. Kester Carolyn M. Kettenhofen George L. Kezele Louis C. Kilgore, Jr. William R. King Roy B. Kinney, Jr. Peter H. Kling Werner P. Koch Patricia A. Koerner Robert L. Koller Patricia J. Kooken Margaret A. Koval Myron E. Krause Elinor De Vine Lacy Robert H. Lane Thomas R. Lannon Theodore Lara, Jr. Edwin E. Larson Gerold R. Larson Tina B. Larsen Philip B. LeFeuvre William W. Leonard Bernard L. Lichtman Alan G. Lickhalter Dona G. Lillefloren Lois J. Lineberger Marilyn J. Lister Harold K. Liter Lorene E. Littleworh Frances L. Lockhart Mary Lou Lofland Jeanette I. Long Nancy L. Long William F. Loy Walter C. Lucas Barbara A. Luckenbach Lois E. Lundgren Gerald D. Lyman Howard L. McCusker John W. McElvogue Violet McFerran Mildred C. McGuigan Nancy J. McKinney Audrey L. McKnight Marilyn G. McNamara John C. McTaggart Eleanor N. MacMullin Esther M. Magliari Marjorie E. Marcy Jo Ann Mathews Betty Matlock Marjorie Melen Merle H. Mergell Mary H. Milich Dean R. Miller Don El Miller Aram A. Missakian Mike A. Missakian William F. Mitchell, Jr. Faye Mitchell Fern Mitchell Robert A. Moe Mary L. Mondell Blaine L. Montgomery Stanley R. Moore Robert Moreno Donald Morgan Suzanne Morton Wayne G. Moulder 15,4 if 4' 5. W .Q 'ff 57 Z ffx f X rg 1 , f a J f f 5 7 V f , f J 47 f., X Q ic R . 1 it. if as k. 4 f s W S+ . S .1 L Y , r t e G Ytjvft N' ff', in 5.1 ff -Q X5 gy 'qw in g sigh 4 ,ff -'ffzff t . ..,. , X f 1 l 4 , f , .,.,, .. ,4 1. Q , f V 1 7 f I X X ff' z , v . 4 :Wf , '- " ff 4 Z f J A f ff f W ef' ii f f 1 , , X ,. f f, ' 3 , M. ff' ' Q . " aa , J , y jg Zz 1. jg f 4. f f' 1 f ff f f W ,r 2, fy! f f , .,, -.1 bf, f . ff 'gif 7 I W J' f f wash' . .nf . ,, I 25 , ... ,, ' 'W i fi 'ff V - , : ,1..4L..wZmzm :' , :- -1 Z . .1 0, -4 " f i . 1 ff Lu- if . ' Ziiffk f rg- f Z N L -.W ., .wg fx 2 s f X f Z .sf Q' ' f M56 f v f f sf f K. . fd' ' fy :SQ 'K . X we Y .X V is kkkk . . X x X X N X Q l S X sl.. ng, is , . fi, , 5 i . X V ' x QW' .... 5--af - 'f:.5Wfi?. K Q21-vf: . 'l . 2 1-2554: F116 2513 is f 3350 ! ' 'fkx X X N x X ,gms . . X . . ' if .ES 5. . ii A . - -sq.5.l.sf K . 'K is K- N -'1 f -' 1325 sf X x N 'R f , f.. X ! f. H x, . y, . vt ,, , ,Wu If X N AE 2, SQ? .. gf. 4 f ,, x. if ffsifmfiszlfvf I. 1 A f' f 'P 'X f ' F ' ' fx s f . , 11" 3. ,. .l 1 . . , I, , I. QW . ,n f r, X W"" 4. Z f f 4 Z fp X f 4 f , . .W W 4 ""i X..-,1 For S fe. 4- . a S .Q- x X.. . gf i six,- ,,,qa!'1L'iii3Qs 4 . Q X i t 'Q-A ' 14:1 'Q . 1 lf' - ,, 'F "S ww Q ss R is wb UA -7 W l X Q W af V' f Af ff ff XZ ff, ,,.: V.e, , Jw. . ne.. ' , 'Q Robert A. Mulkey Billie J. Murphy Vern E. Mushett Doris Myers Ralph J. Myers William L. Napier, Jr. Carolyn J. Neal Opal L. Nelson Max B. Nevares Betty E. Nichol Hazel L. E. Niemeyer James E. Nolan Robert F. Nolan Bonnie J. Oddie Robert W. Olson Richard W. Ormsby Mary L. Ortiz Raymond H. Osterhues Donald B. Otto Stella Mae Owen Ernest L. Page Margie F. Palmer Norman Parham June C. Parker Barbara L. Patterson Blanche A. Paul Violet V. Pecorelli Berkeley D. Peet Robert C. Pefpall Doris E. Petersen Richard L, Petersen Patricia A. Pickett Martha Mae Pimental Charlotte L. Polacek Elizabeth W. Polvado Gloria S. Posey MarilynJ Prebish Roy Dale Puckett Vincent Pun .ro Phyllis L. Putnam Barbara L. Rabb Lois A. Rasmussen Ronald D. Rasmussen Dennis Lee Raymond Clarence L. Razer Philip D. Reed James J. Reedy Joyce E. Regal Betty L. Regnier Don E. Reiman Gloria A. Reina Dorothy V. Reischel Helen B. Renn Robert E. Renz Jean L. Rew Stanley S. Reyburn George W. Riblet William L. Richard Laura B. Rieg Dorothy C. Riggs Ferdinand W. Rio Joseph E. Rio Richard B. Rippe Madeline M. Rivera Edwin W. Roberts, J r. Clara J. Robison Arthur Ronci Kathy L. Rooney Wynona A. Rose Thomas W. Rounsevel Ina J. Rountree Ruby K. Routh Albert F. Rudd Shirley A. Ruland Lorraine R. Rutter Sharon F. Sage Wilma R. Saladak Ted E1 Sanders, lr. Violet R. Sasse Fred E. Schindler James F. Schmittling Shirley M. Scholine John E. Schroeder Grace M. Schultz Walter A. Schultz Mary M. Scott Raymond H. W. Scott Beverly D. Seastedt Diane J. Selan Antonio P. Serratore, Jr. Newton R. Serrio Fred A. Seyferth Jack R. Shakespeare Alfred R. Sheather Sally A. Shepard Turns P gindnrc Q31 .za ,if ff W7 f f Q f 9 Z , li V .. .9 x xx X fx? S ff S25 QW AN! f f X W f f 'Qs f Xyie i 5 X xf x! 3 wfQ f .eff . if, K -f, Q. V! M, ..,, .W iq, . if f Ma 235 ff 1? M , f f ' f ZX X A 2 jj X I E - - .7 . ,fe f Q f as . ,. . Qlff if ff .fi QL ,! X ff ff fl cf? X f , X , ty 7 aff xi 1 , G! Z, Nh xi x v 2 if . Qxfxtiif f ff f 7 ff .. E 155 wry: , ?luL I ZW. lff, ,,,, I ,, . . ,gy -,ge iffy! f 7 ' , M2 A W Q . 43. -W 1 .5 325 f M .. . 'kwa ffeww. mi Jeane O. Silver Carol M. Sime Lucille C. Sisto Robert A. Size Billie J. Slusher Amber Kay Smale Beverly J. Smith Bole A. Smith Derline J. Smith Donald J. Smith Edwin A. Smith James D. Smith Lewis G. Sneegas Johanna R. Snyder Carolyn J. Somers Mary A. Sorensen Mary J. Spring Terry L. Stacy Vera D. Steed Ivy M. Steele Beverly J. Steele Ardeth A. Sterbenz Robert D. Stewart Patricia L. Stipes Mona L. St. John Robert P. Strecker Gilmore K. Swanson Doris A. Swarthout Victor H. Swearingen Richard D. Terra Roy P. Terredonno Dolores Thomas Robert A. Thompson Jacuqeline A. Thurlo Frank B. Tibbs, Jr. Lucio Ivo Tiberio Jack K. Tillar Wanda J. Toliver Richard C. Tomasello Phyllis L. Tomasick Jim P. Tubbs Cecilia M. Turchi Edward Urrutia Joyce U. Utley Roberta E. Vale Virginia M. VanderZe Doris D. Vannice Rilla J. Vaselew -,.. -www ,.-f-f. ,....-- August F. Vazzano Joanna R. Vicari William A. Vogt R. C. Von Ravensburg Howard M. Voss, Jr. Duke J. Walker Phyllis N. Wallace Edwin C. Walters John R. Walters Johnny S. Walters Willadean Walters Patricia A. Washburn Richard W. Weaver Robert F. Weaver Gary L. Webb Jacqueline L. Weencrg Margaret D. Welborn Gloria K. West Charles F. Weymann Mary J. Wilhelm Charles S. Wilson Betty A. Winninghoff Muriel L. Woodworth William F. Wyatt Arlene J. Young Lloyd V. Young, Jr. Edward B. Zimmerman Arnold Zuniga Beverly P. Cortese .144 4.2 WWA My GAMER Winter Noemi Beckley Douglas M. Birks James A. Bishop Richard L. Cannon Frank Cantril Jerry E. Carroll Theodore Coon Warren Cotton Nathaniel M. Doke Keith R. Eaton Marjorie Lee Eaton Betty Irene Evitt Eugene T. Faulkner Thomas Leo Folsom Phyllis G. Fosburg Louis L. Friedman Robert C. Froom Virginia E. Fuller William D. Garvin Jr. Betty J. Gibson Roy S. Groat William D. Gutzman Carl F. Henderson Janie D. Holt Arthur J. Hubbard Jack L. Husbands Genette Jones Oliver R. Jones William R. Kohler Jack M. Logan Wanda L. Lund Donald K. McLaughlin Thomas L. McMurray Marlan L. Modeland William C. Nickens Patricia R. Noe Gerald F. Norman Clillord H. Oscarson Theodora A. Palombo William R. Parker Gloria A. Patzer Norman H. Phillips Richard D. Porter Jean E'. Price Wallace F. Read Anna May Shockley Martha H. 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