George Washington High School - Surveyor Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

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X x X L' 'B 'fiery f .. N87 -dy 45 J K ' 1 0 ,519 xg IJEIIIEATIIJN To Mr George M Khngner popular .md respected Dean of Boys who has served h1s eountry vsell by hrs cheerful and L rprrblr gurdfmee of so mmy students who tod ry rre rn the ll'lUCLl forces or the Umted St rtu ' 7 . 7 ' 7 9 , ' - 1 fl . A 7 1 ' V 2 .' 2 2 1 ' ' L '.'. George Washington High School EHIEVEME T As this book went to press, George Wasln- ington High School was well on its way to buying a Mitchell B-25 medium bomber. A word of thanks should go to Phyllis Seid- kin, for it was not only her idea to buy this bomber, but it was also through her hard work and perseverance that our school's name will tly to victory. XWhile this article is being written we have only 515,000 to go. Perhaps, as you thumb through this book, that very same bomber which you bought with your nickels, dimes, and quarters is preparing to wing its way over Tokyo or Berlin to deliver the decisive blow against the Axis. M f -'f.u-JJ' . ..,-1-U4 M6395 awww STAFF YAI C0-Edifory BCRDEN ROSENBAUM DOROTHY DOUGHTY if Art Editor STANLEY SADLER iff Pfwfugfwjlbel' EVELYN LOCKETT ff AH?1'L'I'fj.5'j7Ig Manager' BEVERLY GROSS 727 Gmdlzate Edimr EREDA BYERS Ainsworth, Mrs. Melanie Avina. Mrs. Rose liannister, Mrs. liirchlyn liartholoinew, Mr. Bruce lieckwith, Miss Paula liickel, Mrs. Mildred Browning. Miss lidith Burke, Mr. john -I. liussenius, Mr. Wfilliain Carroll, Mr. Cecil Cauley, Miss Kathleen Clayton, Mrs. Lillian Collins, Mrs. Alice C mvni pe, Miss Margaret Counihan, Miss Catherine Cullinan, Miss Laurette Davis, Bliss Catherine MR. UNNI XVIISON Xirilti .mtl Ifllllilrlllvlfl ll H FACULTY MR. uimusr Ai. CUMMINGS, ilfmi-fp.1z Miss ELEANOR M. JACKSON, im Pi-fm-fpaz MR. G. M. KL1NcsNiaR, vm Prizzrifml Denny, Mrs. Margaret Douglass, Mr. john Fagin, Mr. A. -I. Forcade, Miss Dorothea Gates, Mrs. Bernice Gould, Mrs. Betty Gowan, Mrs. Birdeena Gray, Mrs. Vallena Heaton, Miss Margaret Herrick, Mrs. Lenainae Hunter, Mr. Hugh Alarnes, Miss lithelinda Kellogg, Miss lfrina Kennedy, Mrs. Florence Kirwin, Miss Marie Knott, Mr. Marion Lockhart, Miss Mahcl MISS KIZK ILIAVMLIRPHY gli wmv! l.1l1i.1r-mu Logan, Mrs. Edna Magner, Mr. Willirriii McMillan, Miss Doris McNair, Miss Ethel Mills, Mr. Wzilteir Morton, Mr. Frank VU. Mullany. Mr. George Murphy, Miss Cecilia Murphy, Miss Iilizaheth Oberlander, Mrs. Dorothy O'I.eary, Miss Alice Parsons, Miss lfleanor Pearson, Mr. Seymour Perino, Mr. -I. A. Poole, Miss Margaret Raphael, Mr. Henry Rauner, Miss Mildred MR. IASPIER PERINU Pbrrzri Rausch, Miss josephine Roberts, Mr. john I.. Scharff, Miss Arline Shearer, Miss Florence Sheehan, Mrs. Catherine Sillwerstein, Miss Edith Swanson, Mrs. Myrtle Taylor, M1'. Orville, A. P Tobriner, Miss Ha'dee Uhte, Mr. John Vanderlaan,Mr. dred Walgsttrff, Mrs. Fralnees Wfilliamson, Mrs. Elsie Wilscin, Mrs. Alice Wilsrvn, Mr. Onni Yager, Mr. George Ryan, Sergeant 'lack MR. llI.DRlZD YANlJlll N .llirlfu Hlrlllri ARET DEN NY NIISS DORIS McMII.l.AN MRS. MARG i . - Ar! Phyrical Ezflzmlmrl Mrzrlvnle Shop I EIGHT VR XWILLIAM MAGNER 'Fl nn You Eaqlesf sa s . Cummings "l.et's get lmtk to l'11nd11111e11t11ls' is .1 Nl0.L1.1II tl1.1t we l1e11r on .lll sides Stlltllll pulwlitutions distuss it. News papers t0IIll1l.llI1. liyeryluody is talk lllllj lllttilll VVl.LlI1slLllHCI1l.llS,U .1ll s.1y- ing dillierent things. lt seems agreed tl1.1t we l1.1x'e gone .1w.1y from soinewlmere .md must get lmtk t'.1st. Wfe llalVL' found ourselves in .111 edut.1tion.1l desert, so to speak, .ind must, like tl1e eowlwoys, slup le.1tl1er l1ome to Clllllp. liut tl1e word lil-tII1LllllNCllfLllSH tonnes lrorn .1 l.11ti11 word meaning litllllltldllllll. 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"iffy 011, Y1111 l,.1g!111 IVHJ MIS5 IELEANOR UIALKSON, I7u11u 111 111111 P.HLli NINE ARTHUR JOHNSON F LL TEH 1943 The Fall 1943 term began with a bang. The first day of the semester, an issue of the Eagle was given to every student. The third day an outdoor ceremony was held to plant the ivy which was brought from Mount Vernon directly to our school premises. Two days later another rally was held to promote the sales of student body cards. The success of this rally is demonstrated by the fact that for the first time in the history of George Wasliington High School, every pupil was a student body card holder. One of the most noteworthy events was the winning of the Hearst national history contest by Ernest Page, a German refugee. The success of this term was due to the able leader- ship of Art johnson, president, Phyllis Frates, vice- president, Barbara Chambers, secretary, Geraldine Prexiderit Small, treasurer, Felix Ordoquihandy, yell leader, and jack Anderson, athletic manager. Surely a group of 0 . . Washington s finest. PHYLUS FRATEs BARBARA CHAMBERS GERALDINE SMALL ERSKINE SHAW' FELIX ORDOQUIHANDY IALK ANDERSON PAGE TEN SPHI G TERM 19411 'l'lie Spring 'alt term was indeed a victorious one. The 150 basketball team, under the coaching of "Tiny" Bussenius, won a city championship, the sales of war :stamps and bonds soared, and the school was allowed tc Hy the Minute Man Flag. The senior-soph reception and Hello Day, received NKl'lOlCl1C21ftCLl support from the students and thor- oughly accomplished the task of getting newcomers acquainted. The term was marked by many fun-packed games and Wiir Bond rallies. On the more serious side, a Red Cross assembly to encourage all pupils to aid the Blood Donor Drive, and a Brotherhood Week assembly were held. Clark johnson reigned as student body president. lle was assisted by Vice-Prexy Harriet Berman, Secre- tary Udclle Menzes, Treasurer Robert Barry, Custodian ff . KILARK JOHNSON PIz'tfift'IIl Erskine Shaw, Athletic Manager jack Anderson and Yell Leader lfrank Gordon. 0 imiuuiri' isiiiusmm iinniiu Mursizns non iifuuw izaskmiz si-MW FRANK ooiuJoN lark Awinnizstm -5 Q' I ml '11 fl 1 If V FN PAGE I"Ul'RTEEN RICHARD ABRAHAM . . . Nay join Aiiny An Lorps . . . hopes to become al lawyer . . . likes tn tin nwvic pliotograpliy work. RICHARD ABRAMSON , . , Chief' zieenmplisliinent is gixitlugitiun . . . enjoys fnotlwall, huilils mmlel planes . . . tn be Navy pilot. ROBERT ALEXANDER . . . Huh flares fmmtlmll . . . likes to Cnllect stamps . . . Iiom-s he will heroine an extellent s.ilesm:in. CONSTANCE ALLEN . , . "Skinny's" main interests :ire singing. and playing tennis . . . Plans tu xunk at telephone t'niiip.iin'. XVILBUR ALLEN . . . memluer nf R,O.T.C' .... "Rui" is ninth interested in ratlin , . , he is nne uf the silinnl engineers. HENRY ALTARAS . . , H.ink's .imlwition is tn he .in Ainw llyer . . . enthusiastic over inothall . . . Ivaselwall . . , model planes. ZOE APPOSTOLIDES . . . niemlver of G.S.S., Blink XV, Pan American League . . . lite memlwer, tal. Srlinlaisliip Fetleriitiiwn. DOROTHY APPLEMAN . . . "Dnllv" lungs in he ii mmlel ni dantei . . . her f.ivnrite lmhlwy is eulletting plin'ingi'aiwli reeniils. OUIDA ARNOLD . . . "Skeets" intentls in enter I. C .... her favorite pastimes are eating . . . going tn mmies and reatling. MARIAN ARTHUR . . . fi.S.F., G.A.A. zintl ii Piugiain Cnmniittee member . . . "Touts" eniovs skating and tnlletting rcenrds. LORRAINE ASNARD . . . will gittentl Cfal . . . she lwelnngs tn the fi.S.F. .intl the Piugrain Cinmmittee . . . likes to talk on phone, BENITO BACII . . . tlesiies tn heenme ii tlieinist . . . will snnn enter the Arniv . . . likes In ilu shop wnrk .intl likes llving tim, REVA IIAKIZR . . . View nl' fi.S.S.. Senini Atlviwi, li.A.A.. to study rntiil .it I. C' .... past Siirveynr Ciiit'ul.itinn Manager. DAVID BALI .... member nl' Chess fflulw . . . V.'P. nl' Li,S.I.. is a moving pitture nrniet'tnr , . . he Dlxins tn .ittenil tf.iIiI'nrni.i. SHIRLEY MAE BALLEXV . , . "Blue" is Vining tn gn tn I'Iatw.iii, likes tn tlance, gn tn mnvies . . . will prnhiilwly lweinme .i nurse. RUDY BEHLMER . . . memher nt Hi-Y, swimming team, teim play east . . . linpes tu we xi mnvie iwlintngixipliei' . , . tn Nur. R ii A gl M A, jjff, NIARY BELTON , . . lat-Iings tn Tri-Y , . , "Sis" emnvs hoist bark ritling anil Ping-pong . , . she intentls tn th- ntlite wink. DAVID BENTLEY . . . meniher nf Eagle Sntietv . . . plavt-tl un the basketball. snttii .intl swimming te-.unsg Senior .itlx. t'li.iiim.in. HARRIET BERMAN . . , Stutlent Ihitlv Yise Piexv . . . fnrmei Victory Corps Setietary . . . intenils tu yin-1 Katlet Nuises' Corps. VIOLET BEYEN , . . ii,A,A., Cuineia llulw, Viitniy Cinrps member . . . iitlnies nlintngixiplis . , . litmus tn le.nn tu html sunn. IIESSIE BILLICK . . . "I'letsi"' ix an .iutuglilpli tivlleetui' . . . likes to gn lvieytle iitling .intl tlanting . . , she is entering vl, V. STANLEY RLAI KFIELD , , . lwelnngs tn tennis team .intl l,Qiiinera Club . . , "Blatkie" misses time reatling . . . plans tu gn tn inllege. ELAINE IILUINIENTHAI. . . . "Blume" sm-mls lots of time talking and laughing . . . rireleis tn gn lmi'selw.iek iitling in summer. ROBERT BLIIINIENTHAI .,.. linlw liniwes tn he an elettiical engineer . . , in .i izitliu tlulw memlwei . . . hnnestlv likes math. WAYNE DUDE . , . 'iXY"l1itex"' will pinlwalilv entei eullege . . . his favurite spurt is lmsketlmill . . . he likes ilning int wink. DOLORES IIOEHLER . . , swimming .intl lxitlmintnn .iie "l'ug's" favorite spnrts . . . inemlwer ul Ci.A.A ,.,. plans tu enter I. ff. ANNEKE BOGARDUS . . . Nan Impex tn hetnine ii setretarv . . . plans to enter the lwusiness mnlil . . , she spenils hnurs hiking. I.lI,AS IIRENNAN . , , is quite il linnkwniin . . . Passes her time swimming iinil iliawiiig . . . will Iwimlmilulx' het-vine taieer girl. after jgraduatiorr . , . likes to go skating .mil to write letters, f,S.l:., Blotk XX, li.A.A .... to .rlterul ll. K . .rtter her igrailiratiorr . . . iolleits starnps for hobby. hlerrrlver ot Adxarrted Mixed I lrolrrs orils . . . tennis rs her sport. enter' the Army . . . to tolleee. GH!-lll ATES UF 'A .IU E'41l HOXVARD BRliXY5'l liR Yritory Iorps member . . . soon urll he in the Army . . . Howie hates to do .rnytlrirrjg but sleep. MARCiARli'l' BRIDGES "Margie" plans to be .r secretary FREDA BYERS Former G.S.S. secretary, Blotk XV, senior advisor, Eagle Staff, G.A.A. graduate editor of the Surveyor. CiliR'l'RllI7li BRILI. ., . MARY VAIIAL 'lrr'Y past president . . . G.A.A. . . . likes all sports . . . intends to enter Irrture business world. Bli'lil'Y BROK K Sl'llRl.EY KQALICI -I. C,. xxrll be seeing Shirley soon . . . enjoys nnrxri. iollt-its ret' . . , prog-pong, tennis are both ' favorites . . . enjoys reading. ROBIZRT BRUK li "Red" nants to he .r ti-rest ranger BARBARA LAPANIS Iollectx records for a hobby, to . , . plays a trumpet . . , will break .r record on to junior College . . . enjoys .ill sports greatly. BlfVliRl.Y BRYAN A.XlL'.X'.S. member , . . .rrnlwrtroirs lil.'lON ffARl.UMAliN0 Blotk XV member, basketball 30's to he .r singer . . . eollt-its glass . , . "lilt" likes to drive ears . . . rrrrk-rratks lor her hobby. lmsltetlntll rates espeeially high. lil.lZABlZ'l'll BURNS "Lin" favors tennis .mil ilrrxrrriz. PAT CIARTER Member ot' the Ci.A.A .... does Q lhesiderit john Daly, Vice President Amr Kurtis, Setretary Margot Fischer JOYCE CASRIEL Joyce enjoys as her pastime and hobby singing . . . still undetided as to what future will be. ALAN CHAIMOV Senior advisor , , . hopes to be a doctor . . . will enter Navy . . . mainly interested in photography. DON CHAMBERLAIN lfaglc Soiiety . , . will enter Army . . . school broadtastrog announeer . . puts on Victory forps airings. MARILEA LHURK H Enjoys playing the violin . - . ,IACK CIPPARONE "4 ip" is an are at basketball and spends a lot of time in the gym. . . . to enter the Army Air Corps. MARILYN CLOSE l,ow senior secretary . . . will attend California . . . likes to swim, rates it as favorite sport. "AI" enj ALICE IOHEN oys dimming and has ilo're it professionally . . . hopes to attend the College of Paritrt. XVINIFRIZD KOHITN "W'inkie" to heiome a seiretary . . . vtrll .r lot ot reading in spare time . . . plans to enter college . . . likes tollege uork after her toniiorg graihration. Hill go on to the Univ. of Minn. badminton, swirnrning and skating. hot javz Howard lirenster Mar'i4.rret Brrduex Cievrtrude Brrll Betty Brotk I Robert Bruce Beverly Bryan lireda Byers Mary K .rjal Shirley Calrt Barbara Lapanrs Elton Iiarlomagrro Pat barter' Alan I Irarrnoi Don I hamberlain Marrlea I hurth jatk Klrpparone Marilyn Vlose Aliie Cohen plans on going to junior . . avid listener to enjoys swimming. lilrzabetlr Burns loyee fiasrrel Winilrcil C ohen PAGE IflI"'liIiEN PAGE SIXTEEN VIOLA ELEANOR CONNOR . . . Ellis rates ice skating as her favorite SPOYI . . . she wants to go to business college later, EVELYN COOPER . . . Likes badminton as her favorite sport . . . Will enter the business world after her graduation this year. DE METRE CORIDS . . . Football, basketball, Block XV, any athletics interest "Sammy" . . . plans Navy after his graduation, PATTY CORNITIUS . . . Former assistant girls' yell leader, G.A.A. member . . . Pan American League . . , to Montana Univ, TIMOTHIE COURTNEY . . . Very prominent in the school for her work in the Senior Play and parts on the Victory Broadcast KING CRAMER . . . Collects guns . . . has famous collection . . . rifle team member . . . goes to Army after graduaton or engineer. ELEANOR CRONIN . . . "lo" enioys good hooks. listening to records, watching games, plans to attend State Teachers College. RUTH CURILOW . . . Member of Public Speaking Class . . . on to Medical School to become hygienist . . . collects photos. ANN CURTIS . . , G.S.S. . . . Tri-Y, L-I2 and H-12 V. P., holds six American swmming championships . . . to Stanford. CORALIE DAGNAN . . . Likes to swim, take pictures and hear popular bands dance time . , . Will become a future typist. JOHN DALY . . . High senior president, Eagle Society, Hi-Y, football, track, Block W, senior advisor. to Army Air Corps. ROSE D'ANTONIO . . . "Rosie" . . . plays the piano and sings has a secret desire to sing on the radio . . . favors swimming. EARLE DAPPER , . . Errol prefers sports. especially football and basketball . , . will be seen in Navy blues soon. LOYS DASKAROLIS . . . G.A.A. president. former G.A.A. sec., G.S.S., Block W member, enioys all sports . . . will go to collCHC. NANCY DAVIS . . . Nance will go to San Jose State College. . . . hopes to be a future interior decorator . . . likes tennis. BETTY JANE DEI. CASTELLO . . . Del collects salt shakers as her hobby . . . plans to attend State Teachers College in future. LOLA DELLA MAGGIORA . . . enioys dancing by the hour, Del collects records . . . likes football games . . . will go to work. MARIAN DENNIS . . , A.XV.V.S., G.A.A., Block W vice-pres., swims, plays badminton . . . collects records . . . to State College. LYDIA DE NOLA . . . Lydia is not absolutely certain as to what she wishes the future to bring . . . likes all sports. HERMAN DEURLOO . . , Football, soccer . . . member of the Block W . . . Marine uniform next . . . spare time at Kelly's Cove. DONALD DEVLIN . . . Member of the R.O.'I'.C .... also Lieut. Colonel . . . not certain as to what the future will bring to him. WII.I.IAM DIMAND . , . Bill is interested in all sports, none in particular . . . is not quite sure as to his role in the future. MARION DOBIE . . . G.A.A., othcials group . . . likes ro play basketball and badminton . , . will go into Cadet Nurse Corps. DOROTHY DOUGHTY . . . G.S.S.. Surveyor editor, Eagle start. locker room, Victory Corps broadcaster , . . plans to go to college. JEAN DOUCHTY . . . Member of the choir. music club, lows to sing . . . "Angel" is looking toward California University. JAMES DOWDS . . . Baseball is favorite sport and he spends much of his spare time at it . . . is undecided as to his future. BORIS DRABKIN . . . "Borsi" wants to go to iunior college to be an engineer . . . usually found around the various shops. PAULA DRESCHLER . . . "Paul" future secretary . . . she likes to read, swim dance, play badminton . . . plays the piano, w f , GRAD ATE5 UF ' f C4-.aj , : 'G i 1 IiIZR'l'HA LOUISE DUNN 'U E XA "Bert" is it G.A.A.'er, thrives on l N' tltinting, listening to recortls . . . fYY1 l.ulifmni.i will be her next stop. SHIERIIY IDUNNING PAUL EUPHRAT "'I'uni" tlesires tu he .i file clerk "Pedro" will join Navy Air C,uiT-s U" il NUUCIJIVY - - A SIN YIWUUHII . . fishing is his favorite spurt. S ,,: movies hy the thifen .intl survives. . will gmc, lnmlwl- huxmcv- ,gown IIDXVARD IEASSA 'LHUINIAS FARAUAY Iilettetl I4lS.Il3Cff.ll1l3 . . . R,O.'I'.i . Army Air Cnrps filter gixulutitiiin V-'PUIII - - - will I-C0 IU!" AYUIY . . , thief interest, hubby gtntl . . . KH lie ti ph.irnigitist Liter. p.tstlme at present is riutuniuhiles. JAY IfA5'l'IiIIXY'UOIl BARBARA ITINNIGAN SALLY I3I.IiISHhIAN VIIEAN I:lIlX5I.lI II.ls gtml srl IIN' AIIUY Ai! fl' Pi Pl.1ns to be rt teleplmne tipemtm' Rmtlljc j, ll mgmher of the Illutk "Slmity" vs.ls tl.iss setielaiy ill lit-I , , . tulletts returnls . . . IIIICIILIS .tfter het' l:v'.ltltiatirrii . . . cnllefls XV . , , will work after graiduntinn luninr ye.ir , , , will gn un tu lunnn U' 'Um-'In -I IIAILIICIUV 'II IIN' fuluffi Pisfl-IFC? A - . likvs YINWS lm-I Minis, , . . is very active in :ill spnrts, tnllege. . .pl.1'is to heroine gi nurse. HARRIITIA IZLKIIARITI' MARGIYI' FISC HER DICK FOSTIZR DAVID IIIIIIZIUISNBIEIIU ll-UTIUI llklu' IU-UW IIIIUHS -IS hcl' Hlltili XV, G-A-A-. ITU-NIIYUF SUWH' Delmtinp.: Club . , . Musk K Gavel Likes .i xgtiiety uf' things its his lmhhies . . . indefinite its tn wlut tl.iss . . . whiz git lmtlininton and . . . Musit fluls , , . Ngivy after hnlwbies .intl pastimes . . . still the future may lmltl fm' het g-ml. other spnrts . . . to enter uillege. grntluattiun . , . zimlaitiun, lawyer. nntlg-trtlqtl ,rs ni his tlefinite Intuit-, IIIf,I'IARI5 IZIJXVARIPS JIIANIIA FISHER CAROL FOX rllflillhilf IIRIIZIUMAN "Mnnk" will he ri finest mngigr 4 lnss setietxtry exetutive tnnntil Ilntletitletl its tn what itle.tl is tn Blutk XV . . , ,Ierry rs nn lshkt-1Ii,tll . . . passes time on .irtheiy mnge , . . term play . . tlriinigi etlitor he .ifter grntluzttiun . . . likes tn .intl swiniinirig ttnirns . . . rnllti . . lv.isketli.ill .intl tmtk his lures. Ihigle stiifl . . . V. K. lwrtizitluaister. listen tn rnusit iintl the intlin. skating .intl thinting .ilu fnuriles. IRXVIN I2ISIiNS'IiAIYI' JEAN IiI'I"I'I2R O'I'II.l.IA FIIANZIEN AIIINIE IilII.MIiR Irwin pl.iys flmllnill .intl is ui- l'.ist Ci.A.A. prexy , . . Ci.S.S. . . Tillie will enter the emiiiiit-rt'i.xl "Bugs" will he .i tt-letype upei.itni interestetl in it .is Ll spurt . . . tI.lIllIIlL1 in linvtnite pastime . . . field aifter her glattluntitin , , . .it XVesteln Ilniiin . . . mlitmtiliu, still intlefinite .is lu his future, .ilsu likes lmsketliaill .II'lLISWII11lDIIlLI. she eninystennis, theater :intl music. .intl hiking .ine hen Lnurile spirit'-. lleithqt Louise I7un'i Sheriv Dunning Iftlwairtl Ifiisszl luv Eiisterwnntl Harriet Iitkh.irtIt Rithgivil Iitlxxtiitls Irwin Iiisenshiilt Patul Euphrat 'I'linnms Ffirtulaiy Barbara Finnigim Margot Fischer Iusnita Fisher Ienn Fitter S.tllv Fleislinigin Dick Foster I ptrnl Fox Otilla Franzen Ieim Fraser Diivitl Friedenbeitg Ierume Frietlmain lirie Iiulinei Jn! "VI " U ' ' i I'AlQI3SIiX'IZN'I'I'iIZN if-4 I , J f J X . fi V 'AXWL M45 If Pxktili IZIGIITFEN ELVIARA FUSCO . . . G.A,A., Red Cross chairman, Music Club. . . . .Floral Arts Club . . . "Ellie" desires to become a teacher ALBERT GANEM . . . Baseball team . . . armed forces after graduation . . . professional baseball player is his ambition. MATTHEW' GATELY . . . Member of the Faltons . . . football, skiing, swimming are favorites . . . to Army Paratroopers. ROSEMARY GAYLE . . . Swimming rates high along with other sports , . . not definite as to what her future will be. GEORGE GLEGHORN . . . Stage Crew . . . C.S.F .,.. will go on to California after graduation . . . prefers basketball in sports. JACK GLENDON , . . Member of R.O.T.C .... Senior Advisor . . . likes mechanical gadgets . . . will enter the Naval service. WERNER GOLDSCHMIDT . . . Ambition to be bookkeeper or accountant after graduation . . . pastimes basketball and tennis. BERNARD GOLUMB . . . Belongs to Chess Club . . . longs to read, swim . . . proud of chess victories over Mr, Vanderlaan. PAUL GOODMAN . . . Undecided as to what future may hold. Paul desires a variety of things for his entertainment. ELEANOR GOODWIN . . . "Blondie" . . . plans to loin Wfaves after her graduation . . . desires to become a secretary . . . swims. RUBY GORDON . . . Member ofthe Floral Arts Club . , . plays golf and badminton . . , good swimmer . . . to Iunior College. MARY GORLATTI . . . Designs on being a buyer, until then. she will work in a department store . . . collects pictures. ANTOINETTE GO'I'ELl.l . . . "Toni" is a Block XV member . . . bowls . . . swims well . , . will enter iunior college shortly. FREDERIQUE GRADWOHL . . , Music Club member . . . "Freddy" plays the harp, desires to become an expert . . . to college. ROBERT GRAHAM . . , Bob will ioin the Navy. later business world . . . collects records . . . enioys movies and baseball. ESTHER GRAVITCH . . , Enter business world as a secretary . . . collects pictures . . . attends shows ..,. md plays tennis. CAROL GREEN . . . Floral Arts Club . . . took care of props for senior play . . . is interested in interior decoration. LOWELL GREEN . . . Dances divinely, enjoys it as her thief pastime , . . to become a secretary . . . enioys swimming. BURTON GREENBERG . . . Mike Masuuers . . . V.-P. of the Debating Club . . . to California, later a lawyer . . , likes tennis SERGIE GREGORIEV . . . R.O.T.C. oflicer . . . Saber Club . . . "Whitey" likes ice skating . . . hopes to become a musician. RICHARD GRIGSBY . . . Basketball, baseball and football arc favorite sports . . . movies patron . . . to be an engineer. THERESA GROGER , . . CSF. . . . "Terry" plays the piano . . . bleacher coach minded . . . reads . . . to enter college. DOLORES GUTHRIE . . . "Bunny" dreams of being a singer . . , enioys meeting people . , . would rather swim, and likes to eat. MARCELLA HABER . . . Marc is a member of the Pan-American League . , . will attend California . enioys reading. GERRY HAFNER . . . G.A.A .,.. spends spare hours bowling . . . "Shorty" was the Vice President of the ,lunior Class. ARTHUR HAGSTROM . . . Block W' . . . will enter Army Air Corps . . . Art is interested in cars, swimming. eating, sleeping. CHARLES HALLER . . . Saber Club, Rifle Team . . . "Wl1itie" is interested in archery and football .... to enter ArmY- EDWARD HANCOCK . . . Eddie is a popular figure around the school . . . has a variety of interests . . . future undecided. jA i0'fy -'41 N 2, , M 1 - I, ..,. 1 ifcl ,IM K HANl.I5Y , 5- tg I.-mx lj vsxulxtlvc unlwnll, rm-mlm: ' Q ul 'H lmskctlmll tn-.un . . . ,Luk Lnlcxul llu' Nuy in M.nllm. , ! f l' 1 fl If I KONSTANK li llAR'lAl'NCQ DONNA LOU Hll.LHOl7Sl2 , I lN1cmlucrnl' 0.53 .... lmnkxng . . . 5p.ukx flula , , . Nmgl- new , . . H funnlc L'n11v5N Iwl.lYiull Pin!-i'Iw-mf. null lwwmc lon! nlismmc lulu- . 02 , ,A will mn llkcx lu L'.ll , . , lmtln .uc .all llgllt, plwnc ..pQ,Am,f , A , llkgx lumix, 4 i - yvkfg I K lEl4IZAl4li'IH HARXVUUIJ MARqg,s,R13'1' H0i,ADAY t..A.A .,,. 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Block XV member in hasehall and foothall . . . plays eheekeis for a hohlw . , . enjoys playing hasehall. ISABEL KATLHIAN . . . G.A,A., Executive fiounril . . . "lssy" will he either a hank stenographer or a costume designer. GRACE KHACHADOURIAN . . . memher of Ci.A.A .... Music Cluh . . . wonderful pianist . . . to go to I. C., then eastern college. GLADYS KNELL . . . "Bubbles" collects stamps for .1 hohhy, For sports, she likes ice skating and loves to go lvowlng. BERTHA KOBLICH . , . Member ot G.A.A, . . . "Bea" collerts records and charms . . . prefers badminton as favorite sport. HILDEGARD KOCH . . . member of the G.A.A ..., Rifle Cluh . . . enjoys swimming and horseback riding . . . saves souvenirs. RITA KRUNER . . . Nusit' Ciluh . . . Red Cross iiluh . . . has ll good yoite and would like to someday he a famous singer. ROBERT KRONES . . . Senior Advisor . . . likes photography, swimming and ice skating . . . will enter Army or Cal. PAYE KULPER . . . W'ants to hetome a model . . . "Lucky" will go to Detroit after l1er graduation . . , enioys howling. RUTH LACHTMAN , . . "Ruthie" may go to ,lunior College, Favors playing tennis . . . tavorite pastime is letter writing. IOE LAVIGNE . , , CSF., Senior Advisor . . . wants to he an i1nalyti1'al chemist . . to enter fial alter graduation. STEEFI LAZARUS . . , Business school alter her graduation , , . wants to he .1 setretaiy . . likes tennis. danting. YOUNG LEE . . , Mernher ot' the Red Cross . , . will go to I. fi. alter l1is graduation . . . l1is favorite hohbv is photography. CHARLOTTE LEEPER . . . "Chuck" will go into Ferry Command . . . collects teeords for ll hohhy , . . enjoys swimming. ETHEL LEFKOVITZ . . , Badminton and sxximming are favorite sports . . . wants to go into the husiness world to work. HAROLD LESSER . . . The Army Air Corps will he seeing ll.1l anytime after june . , . likes to play foothall, haskethall, BERNILE LEVINE . . . Red Cross Kiluh , . . G.A.A .... Victorv Corps . . . favors tennis and pingfpong , . , will he setretary. CEC.lLlA LEVY . . . "Hoosie" howls and plays tennis tor her sports life . . , sings and dances as her pastime and hohhy, BELLA LEXV . . . lunior College alter graduabon and then In hecome a private setretary she hopes . . . enjoys all sports. BERNICIE LINDSEY , , . 0.5.8. Block XV. Tri-Y, Ort'hestr.1, L-10 Executive Countil . . , Likes music as tayofiie hohlwy. MARGARET LIPEN . . . Riekie's ambition is to traxel around the world . . . before then she will probably go to ,I, Ci. JOHN LOPEMAN . . . on the '41 hase-hall varsity , . will enter Army Air Corps . . . tommereial flying is ambition, ROLLIN LOVUE . . . memher ot toothall varsity 'lifts . . . commercial flying is amhition . . . to enter Navy Air Corps, KONNIE LUET . , . ite skating, NVlIIHl11ll'lLX and singing are her sports. hobbies and pastimes . . . to he U. S. radex nurse. LOUIS LUNA . . . Louis is not quiie certain as to what he wishes the future to hring . . . eniovs many various sports. RICHARD MAASS . . . "Dit'k's" favorite sport is swimming . . . sleeping is a wonderful pastime . . . playing piano is hobhg, Rlf HARD NALLETT . . . nlemher ot' the foothall team . . . likes to hunt ducks . . . will enter Air Corps after graduation. GRADUATES nr jora MANrsc,Ar.t,o 9 " , XP llrnminent rrs rt hrlslcctlmll plrryer' 9 , . . will iurn the Metlitxrl Lnrps ' N . . rrrnhitinn is rt tnrrirncrxirrl rrrtist. Q -.w,.-ft' Q' F212-iarila. . , :Q . . rZ!sS?4rEfi"Sai:r JIMN MAI I.l.b rfrzrisrorsr Ml:NlDl:l.I. :TEM-,,.. --1 A NWI' llff llmlltl-'l""' l'-'AU' Pl-lm XYf'ill join the Mrrrine Corps after fri? "' W sfllsf UPll0IAU - V - Slw HWS grmlurrtruri . . . enrnys plrrying A Q lnmlrng rrntl enjoys re.rtlrng. lwrrsketlmll, tlmtlmll and luselmll. SGVLIK H- IEDXVARD NARA PHYLLIS MENSOR "lirl's" rrrnhrtinn is the Army Arr' Member nt Rifle flluh , , , cniriys l"'l'N - - - lm lklcdlh JVC hlwkcl' lenwrs rrs rt spurt , . . tu he rr lull, tmrtlmll grntl sevlllsl NNUWS- nurse rttter lrrture grxrtlurrtinn. l5liVliRl.Y MARKEI. lll7lil,l.E MENZES VAUGHN Mllf l'lEl.l. 'l'RliN'l' lNlHSlfl.Y 'iirirxgeru is .1 seninr rrtlvisnr' . . . Ci.A.A ..,. will gn tn C,. rlntl "Mitkie" likex tn drive . . . lr.1s lNlernlwcr ul the luselwrrll te.lln . . . 'l'rr'Y , . .rrnhitrnn rs prrv.rte then Strrnlnrrl . . . thrcl pristrme designs on lvecnrning ar rnerL'h.rnt N.tvy .rlter gr.ttlrr.ttinrr . . . Lrvurrte N'-'Url-IIY - - . PFCYUIK el-lnsillrlr rslHe.ttl1r'0r'nl1ing . . .getting suntln. m.rriner . . . enjoys lusketlmrll. spurt rs the grrrne ut lmselurrll. RII'I'li MARKMAN BARBARA Mlflllvllil. lXlARfilil.l.A MI'l"l'lil.MAN l70R0'l'llY Mlllli Rturrlrng, swirnrning, howling .rntl "Bulwhre" urrs prurninent in seninr "Mrrrr'ey" hnpestrisurnetlaylwetnrne "Divttre" will pmlmlmly lsqtrimr- ,I xnrlkrrrg r.rte .rs her rutrvrtres , pl.ry t.rsts . . . member nl' G.A.A. .rn nttLrp.rtrun.rl therrrprst . . . serretrrry . . , rnller sk.rting rs ling-us tn l.rter lwernrne rr nurse. . . . h.rs lrrrpes ot being rxrtlin actress. tlrrrwing .1 l'rrvur'ite . . . likes tennis. her itle.r nt .rn extrrr nite time. Rl'l'A MAYIZR STACY lNlE'l"l'lER PA'l'Rlf,lA lXiOl,l2R MAL! 0l.M MURRAY Rrt.r plrrrrs nn ht-ing .t setrettly Alter grrnlurrtinn Nrrvy V-ll . . . Wfill nttentl University nt Hrrwriii "Mall" is rt wuntlerlrrl n.rr'tnrrnist nr .r tlressrn.tker . . . tnr spirits .rrnbitrnn is metlitme . . . favnrrte .titer gr.ulu.rtinn . . . zrrnlwitinn ...uuultl like it tithe his .rrnlwrtirm slut- tlrrmses prrrgvpnrmg .rntl tennrs. sports .rre sxxrmrning :Intl smiling. is In hecnrne .r future terither. . rnernluer nt the lmselarrll te.nn. 1Ol.l.lSliN Mt'lN'l'0SH Cilfillllill MIRANDE SHIRLEY MORSE 'l'Hlil.MA Nllil.AN Slutty' L-rriftys wllettirru Plrritrvs , . . XX'rll enter Arnly' 'llrnk Colm alter hlL'I11lV.'l' ul' I,-IJ exetutire currntil 1l.rss lwrrnker . , . rnemher nt tirrl she would like tu gn to Univ, nt g4l.ttltr.ttrnn . . . lrrvnritc sports . . . senior .ttlvisur . . . "Sant" will Reserves . , . will enter -I. K. trtlif. . . . likes tn gn swimming, .rrc rrrttk rrntl also lmrtlmrll, mntimre her studies nt Strrnturtl. :Intl then plans tn enter hnsrrresx. Inc Mnnismlcn Icrm Maples litlwntl Mara Bevcrlv Markel Ruth Mrtrlcnmn Rita Mrrver fnlleen Mclntnsh Preston Mentlell Phvllis Mensor Ud-elle Menzes Barbara Mcrmel Stacv Mettier. George Mirrmtle V.rui:hn Mrttlrell Mrrrtellzr Mrttelmrtn Patricia Moler Shrrlev Morse Trent Moselv Dorothy Muir Mrrlrulm Murray 'lilrelrnrr Nrel.rn PAGE TVVIENTY-ONE PAGE TVUENTY-TNVO it aa by F' N lilfili X i I ROBERTA NEVINS . . . Bobbie is chairman of the senior .idvisors . . . Dliwlllu lllt Piano and skiing arc- her pastinics. AI.lt lf NEXVMAN . . . "Al's" ainhitiou is to he an interpreter . . . bicycle riding and hiking are her favorite sports. KQHARLES NEXVMAN . . . "Chuck" likes a variety of things for his hobbies and interests . . . future is still undecided. I.OlS NIELSEN , . . "Stinkie" is a member of the Cfarnc-ra Cluh . . . will bc a nurse after graduation , , , likes basketball. MARIORIE NIELSEN . . . Ci.S.S., Tri-Y , . . Margie hopes to graduate from medical school and Stanford . . , roy in dance. BEVERLY NILSEN . . , for fun ice skating, swimming . . . "Bev" plans to work after she graduates . . , dances to relax. HELEN NOUGUIER . . . active in horseback riding in shows, women's cavalry . . . rates iitterbugging as accomplishment. EMII. OIST . . . mechanical engineer if his ambition turns out . . . enjoys swimming and basketball . . . will enter Army. ADELE OSBORN . . . Girl Reserves, Camera Cllub . . . to be a photographer is her hope , . . likes to cook, bowl .ind ride. HELEN PAPPAS , . . member of G.A.A .... "Pappy" plays the piano . . . after school pastime is playing game of tennis. JENNIE PARA . . . will become a cadet nurse . . . fishing rates first as favorite pastime . . , hopes to be Army nurse. ELEANOR PARAC . . . "Elly" will go to junior college after graduation . . . has dreams and ambitions of being a nurse. MARIAN PERRY . . .president of Block XV . . l G,S.S., G,A.A.. banking statf . , . "Killer" engages in sports as a pastime. jEAN LOIS PERSON . . . G.A.A. member . . . prefers writing letters, talking . . . likes badminton and swimming . . . to ,l. C. MARGARET PETERSON . . . CI.S.F., member program com- mittee. treasurer Tri-Y . . , Margie as hobby collects charms. lwlYR'l'HLE PlE'l'5liHlNlANN . . . to join the Spars is her clesifecl ambition . . . dancing and swimming favorites . . . likes sports, YHARLES PIRONI . , , "Chuck" will ioin the Navy . . . likes to play football , , , his favorite pastime tinkering with cars, NORMAN POSTON . . . he has an odd hobby of collecting old cartridges . . . Navy after graduation . . , an lke Vlfalton. GORDON RADDUE . . , will join the Navy or Marines . a record collector in his spare time . . . enioys basketball. DOROTHY REINHART . . . is "crazy" about going to shows and could spend most ot her spare hours there with pleasure. IEANETTE REPETTI , . . is an ardent bowling fan . . . enioys dancing and going to the "tlickers" . , . career woman. HAZEL ROBB Y . . Hazel is a wonderful horseback rider and hopes to someday teach riding . , . collects records as hobby. IOAN ROBINSON . . will bec'ome a secretary after going to ,l. Cf ,,.. enjoys tennis, dancing and going bicycle riding. LEXYXIS ROGERS , , . low' senior president , . . Eagle Society . , . hopes to make Army Air I orps . . . likes basketball. X I X . If IAC ' . a t become .1 mechanical engi er . .4 avors t l2acJtball . . . to Cal. Luwwx- ,,--n"' ARD ROPER , , , Ed has his two sides: sports, anything with lots of excitement, hobbies, peat' and quiet. LILA ROSE . . , reading, walking and the Navy are Lila's favorite interests , . . swims well . . . to enter Cal. HANS ROSENBVRG . . hopes to be an electrician . . . will enter the Army . . . drummer tor a hobby . . . likes baseball. GH!-lll I-lTE5 UF Al.BER'l' SAVIO Hrrsebrrll and basketball .rre hrs rnterests , . , plans ltr beturrre .rn rrrmtrrrtrrnt .rfter the st.rr is user. EIJXVARD SKHIMMEI. "lid" wants to heurme .rn arvr.rtirrn nrethxrnie in the N.rs'y . . . his tuture plans have nut been rn.rtle. JUNE SLHONBERCQ XVrll hnltl tlrrwn tl seeret.rri.rl yuh .rlter her graduatirrn , . . enrrrys lreqrrrng reurrtls, and lrkes tri swrrn, SYLVIA Sf HRIEHMAN "Syl" is in the Musrt llub . . . experts tu sing .rnd hrrpes tu nuke it her future virrrk . . . likes tennrs. JEAN Si O'l"l' Nenrber ol Ci,A,A ..., "Smitty" will attend junior rollege lrrter , . . fund nf basketball .rntl grrthery. JAKQQUELINIE SlfHAS'l'lAN Jgrekie plans tu gn in lrezrutitnrn sthuul to be rr be.ruty trperutur . . . her frrrte skating rrntl slrrrws. IZRSKINE SHAW' li.rgle Smiety . . . S.rher Klub . . . rsill enter' Marines . . . errstuelrun .IU E '44 XVll.l.lAM SHERMAN Member ul '-H l5tVs bzrsketlull terrm . . . tulletts plane pictures . . . tu enter the Army Arr Corps. ELINOR SHEUERMAN E.rgle errxulrrtiun manager, G.A.A. . . , "El's" rtry is to wr1lk,bieytle, r'e.rtl .rntl see motiun pictures. NORMA SIEGEI. Errrrd nl' music :mtl nrt . . . will gn tu urllege after graduutirrrr . . . likes to brrssl und play tennis. SHERMAN SLA! K He rs strll undeerderl :rs tu hrs definite future . . . Sherman hrrs .r variety of lrrrlwluie-5 :rntl likes. HOXVARD SLAUGHTER "I.etty" will enter Lrrl or Army . . . rnuuntain elimbing constitutes .r tsrvrrrite pzrstime. SIDNEY SOLOMON Member nl D.rni'e Hrrntl . . . enjoy: plirying b.rsketb.rll . . . to enter e r ,J 4 rx nl-Q f f 2 N nm' Mr-115 I 1lvrrM Xi .A 1 V rx - JOSEPH Sl'll.I.MAN Likes football, lnrsketlmll .intl girl! . . . is very much interested in .rvirrtiun , . . will enter Marines. ELMER SPRAGUE XVIII enter junior' iollege . . . desires to be rr tivrl engrneer . . . lrkes tu plqry g.rrne rr! lr.rsketh.rll. NAVIAALIE SPll0'l"l' Ci,A.A. yell le.rtler' . . . hupex tri he .r lmukkeeper ur slerrogrurplrer . , sports rrntl the.rters her trrn. HELEN STAVRI JU XVill enter the U. S. lurlet Nursrrrg Krups . . . hopes to be .rrmy nurse suosiv. lJORI.liY Sl HGHINS XY'rrultl lrke tu tlw trrrrrrrrertrullt . . , ssrll enter J. K .... tlues pl.rx lr.rseb,rll, lr.r-rketlnrll, .rrrtl terrrrrs l7ORO'l llY S l l-,FAN Nerlrber rr! Li,A.A .... sxrll lrerrrrrr. .r teleplrrvne rvper.rtrsr . . . lrrrpes tru tr.rsel . . . errrrrys lnrsketlnrll MARILYN S'l'lfYlfNS A t.rtlet nurse .rt St, l.uke's s "lirrrrrry's" pl.rrr. .rntl then. rl lrtr lr--pes trsrue trrre lu he N.uy rrrrr 1 ALAN S'l'Olflf Menrlrer' :rl the l7.rnte lkrntl, Alsu un 'll .rrrrl 'li ssxrrrrrrrrng le.rrrrs, ul S.ll. . , , lrmtbgrll, b.rseb.rll te.rrns, the Navy Air Clrrrps rrtiter grrrtl. . . . enruys going ruller skating. "AIN still enter lXl.rritrrrre Servire. Albert S.ryrrr lftllwurtl Sthrrunrel lurre Selronberg Sylvi.r Sthrrebnrrrn learn St-rtt l.rtuuelrne Seh.rsti.rrr lfrskrne Sluts' Xlffrllrrrrrl Slrermrrn Elrnnr Sheuernrrrn Norma Siegel Slrernrrrn Slack Hrrwartl Shruglrter Sitlfrev Srrlnmtrrr lflwnlr Sprllnr.rn Elmer Sprague N.rt.rlre Sprrrtt Helen Strrvrrru Durley Stebbins Drrmtlrv Stei.rn Mfrrrlvn Stevens Al.rrr Stull r Yf , PAGE . 'l'Y?l'llltl'li fu PAGE TWENTY-FOUR 'tm' It I ,TON STRAIN II . . . "Mikes" taxirritcs arc- swirrinrirrg. trark . , , plans lu errttr the Nair alter ur.rrlrr.rrr4-rr. tA'IilIIfRINIi SIILLIVAN . . , sports rate high with Kay, likes swimming . . . will rvrirbably enter business worlcl. ELLEN SULLIVAN . . Ellen likes to dance very much . . plays all types of snurts ancl is gnucl in all of them. SIDNEY SUSLONV , , , R.O.'Ii.C'I. captain . . . also member ol' the Debating Society . . . especially eninys tennis. XVALLACE SXWANSON . . . member of the Eagle Society . . . likes swimming, llmtball, baseball . , . to enter Tank Corps. ,IU ANN TABER , . . spends must uf her time eating ur' sleeping . . . plans tn stay single . , . tayors walking. ROBERT TATAM . . . likes reading as his hubby anti bastime . . . tuture nlans have not yet been macle. MELVIN 'IAHANE . . , is extremely interested in ratlio . iatentls tu make it liIe's work . . , likes basketball. ROBERT THILLE . . . stage crew . . , snuncl technician . . . to be an electrical engineer . . will lirst attend I, K . RUTHINIARY THOMPSON . . "Tex" is a member ut' the Rerl C rriss K lub . . . lmpes tri someclay be English teacher. DORIS THIILIN . . . member of the 'l'ri-Y, Victory Cnrps . . Pan-American League . . rlives tanteen work extra time. IIERNIKIE TUMSKY A . . member of Ci.A.A. . . , linker rrurrrn crvmmittee . . . "Benny" collects charms . . . tu be nurse. BEATRIKE 'IEOURNAHU . . . interior tlecnrating is itleal ambi- tmn . , .erriuys teleplruning ancl playing ping-pong, ,IAKQOUELINE 'IARAGEN . . . likes to tlarrce, talk and brrwl . . to be tirst tlass secretary after business urllege. VIOHN TRAXLER . . , wants to be a drummer . , . practices in spare time . . , riye and basketball mme next . . . tn Army. ANNA LEE TRUNCALIZ . . . member of Ci.A,A., Executive Orrrmll, se'1irwr'atIyisur' . . . to be U. S. caclet nurse. IXIYRA TIIK KER , . . seni-mr aclyisur . . . wants to be a teacher after finishing trrllege . . . likes tennis, HELEN UHI. . , . member ut' St. Moritz Figure Skating Klub, is a prominent figure in the ice-skating tielcl. LONNIE URBAN . . . wrmulcl like tu be mechanical bmikkeepur' after graduation . . . enrfwys swimming and shows. RI! HARD VUGEI ..., member ut' he trmtball team . . . lrruhhy is errbjag cact' . . lrupeftrr be n chanic. ff f 1 ,f!',4fy" LA-,f ff 1 " if f, ANNA VORST . . . member nt' orcflestra antl Music Cflrrb . "Stinky" will attencl Clal . . .likes tennis, ning-pong. VERA VUCINICQH . . . "Vom'li" will attend business college . . . enioys playing tennis, brrwling. skiing and talking. IALQUELYN XWALLAC E . . . likes to draw, play retorrls, enlwys swimming anal will probably enter runiur college. EVELYN XVALTERS . . . Evelyn is a seniur aclyisnr . . . favors tlancing and basketball . . . hopes to be lawyer. HOXVARD XVALTIERS . . , un football, track and swimming teams , , . likes yachting . . . to Army Air Corps. BARBARA XVEIKEL . . . GSS., tlirectur ot' rwirblicatirms nf the Eagle . . . Vittury Kiurps script writer. ANITA XWEIMAI-I . . . Setretary of the Victinry Curtis . . member of G.A.A .... will work after graduation. BARBARA WEINB GER . . . Bobbie likes tn go dancing. to the mm ics and skatin - . . enioys writing letters. GRADUATES UF FRED WEISS Plum in he ll vuhlic gitmunmnt ,iltei the vmix is :war .intl hc is mn nl the Aimv . . . likes miter. lilJl'l II XVIil'I ZNliR lllutk XV, CZ.A.A ..., "Ellie" uill unlei f.ililurm.1 . . xxzinrs tu play the pmnu xwll. IiIZ'I"I'Y I,Oll XY'IiI.I.S Betty is ll hnwlingg lienil . . . will enter Seattle .lunlui fnllt-uc . . Impex tn he mmlel. UNE'44 I'aIi'I"l'Y l,IZIl XVILKI2 Sm-mls muah time phoning . . . ilgincing . . . gives umlivitled .iltentinn In driving. LEONE XVILKES li.A.A. . . . seninr Lulvisur . . . lilufk XV . . . "Lee" goes to Marin UI, CQ , , . wants tn own horses. JL' fjgwifbl fl, " .iz '. . , M LL 2 Q ,M V :RULE I t X sf W QA E V. 'X JA! QIIIZLYN XVliI.I.S JANE WfINf'Hm'L RUTH YANOFF lSAIiliI.II2 ZIZIISAK Ci.A.A. nicmhei' . . , likes ite Ilupu U, hcgumc lm mtltw Amd "Toni" is al senior inlvisnr . . . "Issy" Impex to lseuuim' .i prixxilc SIX-NIU!! lmll ll-HNIUE . - . IU lw xmdy klltummu . I I cnIUysl,Im.lilm likes tn tliinue alml buwl . . . seirelxiry nlter 'union inlleue , . . .in :lYl.llIlX she RIICLIIIIY. Amd mmm' I may enter U, if. Lifter gi'gulu.itiw'1. she likes lmsketlull, VIRGINIA XVl2I.I,S FRED XV NG 'I'HEI.MA YIEIE JULIES ZIINTNIIR Mf"l"' will HU 'HI 11' 4-flleuu . , SUN u,RlUId.d M to what me Has stamp ulllenling as gi hnhhy ll his nmhitiun mines true. 11 semnil pisses time sewing , . , enlnyv mmrc may h ld J',1Hk mlmy . , , will pmhiibly enter unllege Disney t'qir'tmmist . , . likes swirn' Iilgiying tennis. mfwcsh A, K1 ."V!,' .ilter ,ur.itlugitinn. ming, lxiskellmll. AIIAN Xxlrllilxlljlllllql R 1115 XUYRQALI, XVILLIAM YOUNG ARNOLD ZIMMIZRNAN WWIUIY HIIUHIHIS Ol IWIHM pit-siilcnt, Pre len li 'Rgd CIUSS1, ,,'. Member of the Dance Iizinrl . . . Seniur gnlviwi , . . t'.ivm'u ailing hu! he will enter' N.ivy hunt ming l to Intl naval glitter I '. . hopes tn hc il imisivinn . . . likes :it JC-IFICIICVN . , xxgints tu le Inst , . . luutlmll lu.im. ry um Qu tu Annalpujis., tn go ite-skating, Army ulliner. . A U , R f I ROIIERT XX'IlI'l'E ,L GIIORGIZ XVUES'I'fFEI.D ,IIM ZAVITKA RIZIIIZI LA ZOMIIRO l'l.iys Iitnrice stick :intl sux in XV.inls tn he .1 L'lblT'lI11l.'l'Ll.lI lislivr- fkmllcrtw hiisehaill .irtitles lor huhlsy "Henley" qnlletlx key rings . . . Ii.U,'I'.li. lximl . , . Iiuh hnpus m.in . . . until then the Army Aix . . . spends many nl' his tree is gi xuxnileiiul dame: . . . In lu enter mllt-gc. 1 mips. hours rcxuling, College ul l,.llIlIs l.ita'i'. lined XVeiss Iitlith XVeit1ner Iicttv l.nu Vl'clls liicquclvn Wfells Viruiniii Wells AIl.in Xventlmll Rnlwcit XVhite Hcttv Lee XVllke Leone NX'ilkL-s lnne XVinchell Fred XVnng Robert Wilrrzill George Wfiiestelcltl Ruth Ysnnll Thclmzi Yee XYillmrn Y-num.: Inn Znvitka lsiihelle Zeibak lules Zcntner Arnold Zimmerman lit-lwtm Znrnlmu vw- I. IJIIML PAGE 'l'VUI2N'l'Y'lflVli I FIEH EDDIE Dill PAGE TWENTY-SIX MARCIA ABONDARA Plans to attend business school . . . enjoys bowling, swimming, and reading. JEAN ACHESON Member of the G.A.A. . . plays the piano very well . . . likes badminton, good movies. GLORIA ANTENUCCI "Glo" is a horseback rider and a bicyclist in her spare hours . . . enjoys the 1260 Club. JOHN BAGOT jack plays the clarinet . . . is interested in photography and model airplanes. DOROTHY BENADERET Dorothy plans to be a secretary . . . member of the G.A.A. . . . interested in dancing. VIVIAN BENEZRA "Viv" fancies swimming . . . is a G.A.A. member . . . danc- ing is a great favorite. BLOSSOM BIEN "Bieny," a member of G.A.A., Mike Masquers, Debating Club . . . to attend California, SHEILA BOND Desires to become an interior decorator . . . enjoys swimming and dancing. RUTH BUSHNER Past member of the G.A.A .... "Bushie" collects photographs . . . is a great sport fan. ROBERT BYARD Bud is now in the Coast Guard . . . was a member of the Hi-Y FRED ALBERTS "Tiny" has joined the Navy . . . was on football team and was a salesman for the Eagle. BESSIE ANGELOS "Angie" likes all sports, danc- ing . . . she hopes to enter junior college. GEORGETTE BARCOS Does go a dancing . . . collects records . . . plans to enter the secretarial field. MARY BAXTER Dancing is her favorite pastime . . . plans to work after her graduation. ROBERT BENNETT Member of '43 basketball team . . . now in the Merchant Marine . . . likes all sports. MAURICE BERGER "Moe" passes his time fishing and playing basketball . . . likes all sports. MERTON BORGFELD Hopes his future will be in the Held of aeronautics . . . swim- ming is favorite sport. PHILLIP BURTON Executive Council, L-12 Pres. . . . Eagle Society . . . hopes to be an aviation cadet. JACK CAILLEAUD jack hopes to become a lawyer . . . likes all sports . . . is an eager fan for golf. CLEO CAPOS Will enter the business world . . . member of the G.A,A. . . . . . . prefers football, dancing. likes badminton. TU YU EAGLES This is Eddie Eagle, a typical American high school boy. He prefers ski-sweaters, loud socks, and brunettes. His pride and joy is his Model A complete with red upholstery and wolf stripe. His chief worry is his A book. He is thoroughly systematic, he does his geometry and physics home-work during his thirty-minute lunch period, and his English and civics in registry. He missed the honor roll, but narrowly. Eddie's head is in a whirl at present with the khaki of the Army, the blues of the Navy, and the greens of the Marines all beckoningly inviting. But from where his draft board sits, it looks as if Eddie will probably respond to the Army's special invitation to four days at pic- turesque Monterey. HAZEL CARLSON Member of the G.A.A .... enjoys bowling . . . plans to enter a university. MALCOLM CARRILK Interested in astronomy and ice skating . . . member of Shop l Crew. GWEN CLARK Enioys roller skating, tumbling . . . "Skippy" is an accom- plished pianist. ANNETTE COHEN Hopes to become a private set- retary . . . likes swimming ani dancing. SAI.l.Y CQOPPINGER Will enter S. F. junior College . . . "Coppy" likes singing, dancing and tumbling. PATRICIA DAVIS G,A.A. member, Block Society . . . plans to enter the business world. ESTHER EASSA Enjoys shows and all sports . . . future will probably be in the business world. ANDREW ELIOPOULOS "Andy" likes all sports . . . has a great ambition of becoming an engineerr. PHYLLIS FRATES S.B. Vice Pres., G.S.S., Tri-Y. G.A.A .... will enter college . . . likes all sports. HERBERT GAEVERT "Herby's" hobby is the radio, likes records . . . is now in the Navy. BARBARA CHAMBERS Student Body secretary . . . Riding Club, Block Sn- riety . . . plans to enter Jil. JACQUELINE r:HAPNlc1K "jackie" is a member uf the Mike Masquers . . . likes draw- ing, drama, movies, swimming. MARILYN COHN G.A,A. member, Bowling Club . . . hopes to travel or enter California after her graduation. MARY JANE COON Desires career as an industrial themist . . . enjoys talking . . . likes to play tennis. PETER DESALERNOS H-12 President, Hi-Y member, Eagle Society . . . basketball and football teams. ROBERT DOBIE "t.hipmonk" collects stamps for ri hohhy, plays football . . . . . . to join Navy Air Corps. HAIG ESHOW Haig plays the trombone in the Dance Band . . . is a member of the R.O.T.C. band. LARRY ESTAVAN Captain of Tratiic . . . Red Cross Club . . . has ambition oi' becoming a cartoonist. GEORGE GEISNER Member ofthe Shop I crew . . . longs to become an oiiicer in the Army Air Corps. PETER GEORGAKAS Fond of all sports, but prefers swimming and basketball . . . to join service. TU VI This is Ella Eagle, a typical American high school girl. She prefers plaid skirts, voluminous sweaters, and nail-polished saddles. She thinks Bing Crosby is far superior to Frank Sinatra. She consumes milkshakes and banana sundaes and threatens daily to go on a diet. She has yet to stay on a diet for more than two meals. Ella's favorite subjects are jigging under Mrs. Margaret Denny in the morning dance class and swimming directed by Miss Margaret Poole in the Tuesday swim-or-else class. This diminutive miss plans to enter the Women's Ferry Command and hopes to own a heliocopter after the war. For the present, however, she dreams of red convertibles and worries about deciphering her short- hand notes. TIJHY ,N 1 X Y . -4 r- 9 3 lf' 'l T g- 1 Ill 4'-Q-1 P-Q-9 f 'S 210 PAGE TWEN'l'Y-SEVEN SILVIO GERMANO "Tom" likes to ride and skate . . . has a hobby of collecting coins . . . will enter the Service. RUDY GERSTLE Member of the Y.M.C.A. . . enjoys dances, basketball . . to enter Air Corps. BURTON GLICKMAN Desires career as a scientist . . . interested in football . . . likes to collect old coins. JERRY GOLDMAN Member of football team . . . chief interests are photography, sports . . . may enter Air Corps. MARY GIUDICE G.A.A. member . . . photog- raphy fan . . . likes to go bowl- ing and swimming PETER GIULIANI Pete is interested in taxidermy and wild life . . . member of Shop I Crew . . . now in Navy. MARY HARTNETT Member of the French Club . . . good books are a favorite pas- time and hobby. ERNEST HASKIN Seeks future in medical field . . . prominent debator . . . will attend California. MARTHA HEIDE Tri-Y member. . . G.A.A. . . . likes writing letters . . . is now attending California. NANETTE HEIMAN Mike Masquers and Debating JACK GINSBURG Hopes to become an engineer . . . favorite sport is tennis . . . member of the Shop I Crew. WALTER GLASER Plays sax in the Dance Band . . . great fan for basketball. ns a player or spectator. GERALD GRIFFIN "Gerry" enjoys all sports . . . basketball is main interest . . . to enter some branch of service. JOHN GUARAGLIA Spare time is spent playing the games of football and baseball . . . plans to attend S.F.J.C. TOM HALL Belongs to Shop I Crew, R.O. T.C. officer, Saber Club . . . airplane models is his hobby. GEORGE HARPER "Harpo" plays football, drives . . . will ioin the Marines . . . likes to shoot. JANE' HAUSER Member of G.A.A., Bowling Club . . . great tennis fan . . . likes to laugh. JOAN HAYLOR Plays the piano . . . plans to enter California . . . member of the G.A.A. HILDE HOFFMAN Block Society, G.A.A. member . . . enjoys music, dancing, cycling, and reading, ROBERTA HOFFMAN Has entered California . . . cirrb member . . . desires ro enjoys designing, makes clothes. become 11 radio act ress . hopes to enter the art held . . "Boo, hoo, you've got me crying for you," croons Buck Private Eddie 25' cnx f Eagle, to an old biology pal, the onion skin. In the background, the .X V. ' hard-hearted sergeant ta Lowell man, no doubtj shows little sympathy. 4 Rv, The proverbial yard-bird will soon be seen in the person of popular fi ff! A Bob Worrall, who will enter the United States Army upon graduation, Qzaag as will many other Hilltop lads. To all of them, we wish the best of luck and as little K. P. as possible. And to each and every one of them, ti WWXHK PAGE TWfENTY-ElGll'l' genial and friendly "top sarge"! GEORGE HOMSEY Member of the baseball team . . . plans to enter a branch of the service. LLOYD HUGHES Likes all the sports, but favors swimming and basketball . . . has decided to join the Navy. MARTHA JAMES Chemistry experiments. swim- ming, riding are great favor- ites . . . plans to enter U.C. ARTHUR JOHNSON 8.8. Pres., former Pres. C.S.F., Eagle Society . . . enjoys rec- ords and swimming. SUSANNA Kl.ES'l'AD'l' Block "W," G.A.A., Eagle Staff . . . "Sue" craves to become a journalist. ARNOLD KOHN Mike Masquers, Music Club, Senior Play lead . . . has entered Marines . . . likes dramatics. JVANITA LACOSTA Likes shows, basketball games . . . would like to later be- tome a beautician. LHRISTINE LA MONT Member of GSS.. G.A.A., 'l'ri-Y . . . "l'liris" bowls, ice skates and swims. MAURILE LYNLH Member of the football team . . . very active in basketball . . went into Armed Forces. JACK MALEH Plans to become an accountant VlRGlNIA HURLBERT Member of G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Music Club . . . Ginny will attend California. HOMER JACK jack has joined Marines . . . to become tall is fond ambition . . , member of Shop I Crew. PAUL IOHNSON Desires to join the U.S.N.R. . . . likes to dance, play football and go fishing. NICKIE KARIOTOGLOS Hopes tn be a private secretary . . . to enter junior college . . . good dancer. GLORIA KOTTA Member Pan American League . . . "Glo" likes to write and play tennis. JANE Kiuzss Block Society . . . mem- ber of the G.A.A ,... has now joined Cadet Nurse's Corps. IRMA LEVY G.A.A. member , . . likes mu- sic, reading . . . is now working in the business world, JOHN LONG Wlorks with a gun hobby . . . cars constitute a favorite pas- time . . . plays basketball. ROBERT MARTHINSEN Enjoys constructing radios . . . "Bob" wants to become a doc- tor in later years. ROBERT MARTIN C.S,F. member . . . desires . . . likes all sports . . . mem. fafecf as A fcsea ai, t-iwmitt , , . berofShoplCrew. gmt tennis pit,-ef ima fan. Commando Eddie Eagle blends in with the scenery and stands out 9 in action causing a son of the Rising Sun to bite the dust-a satisfying i Q. way to spend an afternoon. Eddie probably received his training in il I Washingtons football stadium or perhaps the bustling cafeteria. N Future Marine Commandos include "men about school"-Norman . Poston, Don Chamberlain, and Herman Deurloo. -L - - what Pxktilf 'l'XX'liN'l'Y-N WILLIAM MCCARGAR I-Ii-Y, Eagle Society, Executive Council, baseball team member . . . enjoys all sports. MAUREEN MCCLELLAND "Mickey" is a ticket seller . . . likes horseback riding, swim- ming and dancing. DERITH MELLO "Dee" has dreams of going on the stage . . . member of G.A.A. . . . likes riding. SUSAN MILES Won city championship in girls' softball . . . Eagle Staff . . . G.A.A .... field of journalism. GEORGINE MUNROE G.A.A., Block Society, Eagle Staff . . . will enter Cali' fornia . . . badminton player. RAY MURPHY "Murf" belongs to the Rifle Club and the Shop I Crew . . . he will join the Air Force. FELIX ORDOQUIHANDY Baseball team member . . . Student Body yell leader . . . Shop I Crew . . . enjoys football. LEONARD PARKHILL Plays the trumpet, football and basketball . . . "Len," may enter the Air Corps. CARMELITA PERRY Hopes to work in a bank . . . likes to go horseback riding, play the piano and talk. EMILY PERSON "Em" will attend junior college LARRY MCCREDDIN Enjoys every kind of sport . . . "Mac" likes basketball the best and is a good player. ALAN MCDOWELL "Mac" may enter the Air Corps . . . is very fond of hunting, fishing. singing and football. WALLACE MORROW "Wally" likes photography and football . . . hopes to become an accountant. LOIS MILLER Longs to travel . . . enjoys read- ing and dancing . . . plans to do ofiice work. EVELYN NAVARRO Likes to dance. listen to radio, watch baseball . . . "Red" plans to work after graduation. LOIS NICKOLSON Earned Block . . . member of the swimming team . . . will enter Armed Services. FAYE PASCH Director of Publications of the Eagle, Surveyor Editor, G.S.S., Block . . journalism. NANCY PAYNE I-I-12 Vice Pres., G.S.S. . . . "Nan" enjoys horseback riding . . . to enter College of Pacific. SHIRLEY POLLARD Hopes to enter a nursing school . . . enjoys swimming and roller skating. HAROLD POLONSKY R.O.T.C. colonel, member of . . . likes to read, play basket- the C.S.F., Saber Club . . . to ball and ice skate. train as a chemist at California, If a heart goes bumpity-bump it's a sure sign that Eddie Eagle is some- V' where around. Looking definitely dapper in Navy blues, Eddie is seen Q , here holding Hilltop gals, Rosemary Gayle, Gerry Hafner, and Bernice TF W 4 We H Tomsky, spellbound with the thrilling tales behind his bright campaign 'i Q D ribbons. 1' bhp ,X Recent attractions on the campus include Fred "Tiny" Alberts, foot- . ,SEL L ball hero, Frank Gordon, yell leader, Bud Byard, popular band drum- ll -pda, mer, and the man we thought we couldn't do without, Herb Gaevert. PAGE THIRTY WILLIAM RAISNER Bill enjoys baseball, basketball and football . . . will S00n l0ln the Navy. JUNE RICH Member of the Senior Play cast . . . "Jinx" likes all outdoor sports, cluhs . . . to attend J.C. LORRAINE ROBERTS Member of Executive Council . . . has entered California . . . howling and badminton fan. ROBERT ROSBURG Golf champion . . . also inter- ested in baseball . . . may attend University of California. ALEC ROSS City oratorical champion . . . president Debating Club, Senior Play cast, Eagle Staff. FLORA LEE RUBENSTEIN Enjoys playing the piano . . . plans to attend iunior college after graduation. JACK SANFORD Hopes to join the Navy . . . member of the unlimited swim- ming team . . . enioys all sports. DORIS SANGUINETTI "Hunk" plans to join either the WAC or WAVES . . . ar- dent radio listener. ROBERT SCONTRINO Member of the Hi-Y . . .enioys football . . . also likes base- ball. PHYLLIS SEIDKIN F.S.S., C.S.F., Eagle Staff, Pan American League, G.A.A .... hopes to become a writer. CHARLES RILEY "Chuck" makes model airplanes . . . plans to enter Air Corps . . likes reading, swimming. MARJORIE ROBERT Hopes to become a teacher . . . has entered S.F. College for Women . . . enjoys reading. BORDEN ROSENBAUM Journal associate editor, Eagle Staff , . , wonderful artist . . . interested in photography. BERNICE ROSENBLATT "Bunny" belongs to G.A.A. and Red Cross . . . eHl0Y5 Wad' ing and dancing. GEORGE RUSTIGIAN "Rusty" enjoys basketball, football . . . would like to join the Air Corps. GLORIA SALVO Sells War Stamps and Bonds . . . will probably enter J.C. . . fond of reading. ALICE SANDSTROM Member of the G.A.A .... active in golf, skating, piano . . . to bCC0l"l'lC 3 secretary. ETHEL SARLUND "E" likes tennis, skating, mu- sic . . . a member of the Eagle Staff . . . likes photography. RICHARD SCHAFFER Eagle Society, C.S.F., R.O.T.C. otiicer, Saber Club . . . to attend California. BETTY SHANKS Betty has mastered the arts of sewing and cooking . . . to go to work. lllll lllllll U THE SEA The flight of the bumble bee seems to be troubling a hungry Eagle B E, X torn between keeping his eye on the tiny winged menace and sinking ? , his teeth in a three-decker ham and cheese. Knowing all Hilltoppers as we do, the three-decker will probably win over the buzzing rival. 4 ff, Among the ravenous, one usually will find Violet Beyen, Virginia 1 Q Wells, Chuck Newman, George Gleghorn, and Walter Link. C ' A PAGE TIIIRTY-ONE FIGHT as ll X ' 'Wi' PAGE THIRTY-TNWO MILDRED Sl-IER Member of G.A.A .... likes to dance, swim and bowl . . . ardent movie fan. PHILIP SHIFS Hi-Y member . . . has joined the Navy . . , enjoys all sp11rtS. especially fond of swimming. INIARYAN SMITH Past class otlicer . . . pastimes are dancing and swimming . . . to attend Marin IC. INIARGARET SONNENBURG "Sunny" longs tn be a reporter . . . enjoys ice skating . . . hopes to enter tield of photography. JOHN STEFFEN Eagle Society. Track Club mem- ber . . . "Stetl" wants to join the Air Corps. EDWIN STERN Very active in all sports . . . is especially interested in the game of baseball. SHANA TOFF Hopes to become a legal sten- ographer . , . plays the piano. swims and dances. JOYCE TOLLE "Willie" enjoys horseback rid- ing and dancing . , . plans to work after graduation. RICHARD TRAMBLEY "Dick" collects records . . . Red Cross Club member . . interested in track, DONALD TRESELER Member of Shop I Crew, Pro- gram Committee . . . desires to become a physician. WILLlAbl SILEN C.S.F,, Program Committee member . . . hopes to enter Cal. to study for a doctor's degree. GERALDINE SMALL Student Body treasurer, mem' ber of Ci.S.S., Eagle Stall . . . interested in debating. speaking. RAY SPRINGER Member ot' the Golf Club . . tiend for playing golf and bas- ketball games. GLENN STAMM Likes music from Benny to Bach . . . Glenn hopes to enter the Navy after graduation. ROBERT SUTHERLAND Eagle Society, member of Hi-Y, Trattic Squad . . . "jack" likes sports and cameras. NORMA TOFF Senior Play lead . . . G.A.A. member , . . "TotIee" likes reading. singing, and dancing, JOE TORTORICH Hunting and tennis are two of jot-'s favorites . . . hopes to enter the Naval Air Corps. GERALDINE TOWNE Member Pan American League . . , "Kitty" longs to become a nurse . . , enters nursing school. CONSTANCE TRIGONIS Pres. G.S,S., lite member ot C.S.F,. ticket seller. G.A.A., banker, Victory Garden Club. FANNIE TRIGONIS Desires career as a secretary . . . enjoys dancing, cycling, and bowling. YIJU EAGLES All set for another raid on Berlin, Eddie Eagle pauses a moment to pose for our artist, Stan Sadler. In the background the ship is being warmed up prior to the take-off by First Pilot Eddie and his valiant crew. And a thrill runs through the crowd as off the men go into the wild blue yonder climbing high in a beautiful B-24 Mitchell bomber, the George Washington, bought and paid for in war bonds by the student body. Soon to Hy the planes our war bonds help buy are Hilltop boys who plan to don the traditional goggles and nylon parachute of the Army Air Corps upon graduation. ESTELLE TROGDEN G.A,A. member . . . will atten-I a university . . , likes slums and dogs. FLORENCE ULFELDER Surveyor advertising manager . . . hopes her luture will lie ri commerrial art . . . to lalif. DAN VIZZARD Ambition is to become a dott-ir . . . likes to ride ,hunt and go swimming. NOEI. WAXMAN Hopes to join the Air Corps . , . interested in basketball, foota ball and stamp rolletting. l IIELENE XVRIGHT I.oves milkshakes and iollerivl ret'orrls . . . also a member it the G.A.A, BARBARA ALLEN ISF . . . likes dancing, writing letters . . . favors swimminu as sport - ' . to be biochemist. RUTH CIIRISTOI-'HERSUN Chris will be a secretary alle" graduation . . . has rollettiorr ol records . . . likes all sports. BILL DEVINCENZI Favorite sports are baseball .rad basketball . . . "Devil" vtill go into the Army after graduation. INGE JORDAN Senior Advisor . . . G.A.A. . . . r would like to become private secretary . . . likes ping-ponjx. ALICE KJRGENSEN 1 Her favorite sport is swimming . . , will attend College of Pac . , especially enjoys swimming. Witlr hshermen like Dick Briggs, Marvin Braunstein, and George I G Pallviny trying to alleviate the meat shortage by haunting Lake Merced 'l and other aquatic paradises, 'twas a good thing for all concerned that i meat rationing was finally eased in the theretofore merry, merry month of May. In an effort to lure a finny creature to their rods and bait, the boys spent most of their week-ends waiting patiently for something besides an old boot to strike. And to good avail! Dick, after a terrific struggle PEGGY VAN DE POEI. Enioys singing popular songs . , . ambition is to perfect that smash in sport-badminton. MARIE VARDIS Marie is uadecided about her Iuture . . . enjoys reading and arting in her spare time. ADRIENNE XVEISS "Aden loves to talk, hike . . . enloys bike riding and reading good books. XVll.l.lAM XWIIALIEY Dramatits are a big interest to lid . . . plays football. lets- nis and basketball. IZDXVIN llI,Y l.ile member ol the KSE . . , likes lootball and photography . . . like to join Navy later. jEANNE'l"I'E HOSAK Senior Advisor , . . member ol Ci.A.A .... piano playing is acromplishment and hobby, KHARLES HIIMMIEI. IIIIILCI in the R.U.'Ii,I. .,.. it now engaged ia vital war prov durtion . . . played baseball, EARI. jlil-'PERSON Interested in airplanes . . . sports are lootball and basket- ball . . . Army Air Corps soon. Al.HER'l' KAPKIN "Kap" likes baseball, basketball and chess . . . wants to get mar- ried. so here's rhanre, girl.. WAI.DA KITTO Victory forps . . . Ci.A.fX. "Kitty's" ambition is nursio-1 . . likes to sxxrm TU 'sz'-ae. - which lasted two and one-half hours, Caught a fifteen-pound rainbow troutshe told us, SQVIFK I' At- IE 'IAIIIRTY-'l'lIR FIGHT - of N X 'x GWASH .1-Z ,N51'oN jfffd -1 PAGE TIIIRTY-FOUR CARL MANDLER Saber Club . . . Eagle Society . . . life member CSF, major in R.O.T.C .... likes all sports. JACK MARTIN 1ack's secret ambition is to be a forest ranger . . . likes swim- ming, hunting, with others. MARY MILOVICI-I Victory Corps . . . Pan Amer. League . . . plans on going to State College . . . likes tennis. LOUISE NALBALDIAN CSF . . . program and coaching committee . . . French Club . . . likes piano playing very much. ALBERT OSTROFF Life member CSF . . . captain in R.O.T.C .... Saber Club . . . ambition to become a doctor. DAVID PARKINSON Member of CSF . . . Projectors Club . . . will go to Stanford U. after his coming graduation. KENNETH SCI-IILDT R.O,T.C .... singing and model railroading are hobbies . . . ambition is civil engineer. DAVID STADTNER David is interested in a large variety of things as hobbies and pastimes . . . future undecided. WILLIAM TI-IOMFORD Member of Stage Crew, Game Band . . . plays trombone . . . DON MAUSER Don has a gun collection for a hobby . . . "Mouse" would like to be an aviation mechanic. TOM MEIGHAN Pres. General Scientific League . . . member CSF . . . good diver . . . especially likes tennis. JEAN NELSON "jeannie's" ambition is Public accountancy . . , will go on to J. C .... enjoys good bicycling. NEON PAUL NICHOLAS Nick will go to U. C., then to Army Air Corps, where he will become pilot . . . enjoys sports. CARMEN ROACH Member of G.A.A .... singing rates high, with dancing . . . Glenn Miller records. baseball. RUTH ROWELL Former member of G.A.A .... will go into secretarial work oz to Lee's Col. after graduation. DONALD SCHVVARTZ Member of R.O.T.C .... en- joys all sports . . . to enter the armed forces. JANET STEINBERG "jan" is a school banker . . . enjoys tennis. dancing, writing letters, and playing ping-pong. ROBERT WAGNER Air Corps after graduation . . . hopes to be engineer . . . likes ambition is electrical engineer. swimming and basketball, JACK TROY EDNA YEE Wimuld like to be lawyer in late "Edy" is a whiz at bookkeepinfz years . . . model airplanes is and true to form wants to be an hobby , . . likes all sports. accountant . . . likes all sports. TU VIIITIIHY A city-slicker turned farm boy is pictured here in the person of Eddie Eagle. Muttering, "Dig, dig, dig, well all right!" he spends his leisure moments in drill as a home front soldier--his spade is his rifle, his hoe a machine gun, and his rank is victory gardener, first class. Eddie's campaign bars-the red beets, the crisp lettuce, and the green spinach of his garden-remind him of the hard-fought battles over the ever-advancing enemies of wind, weather, and insects. And it is with particular pride that he is able to munch one of his bright, home-grown carrots and ask, "What's up, Doc?" referring of course, to his companion's vegetable patch. NAM L W W - awww? N I IJ H S il? THIRT F ' 151 PM T A fT P MGQQL A -C -MA T lf , X fjyt CKK- ' , 1 r I 1 in an hw X . w . ' , I f. an .AQ N I sllikxiviar, , . A-W' ,Q l A , - : L Y. .3 L 'lyk 1 IAOP aww-an fU'd- e I !hA0,, ' ?L .jl35,.4 , 2, X441 T.. ue! We-uPQ"'E CHUM Gridders Shaw Spirit VARSITY F0O'l'liAl.l. King lfoothnll cgune into his own here on Hilltop . , , ,. ..-.---' -- , 1 - ' A , , I A A' , , , lwfu I. lele l7es.ile1'nos, tl.nente Yli1iii.l,LL.i. Allan XYa'lnllnIl, Kill 'V' HM vU'15lllnLl-:ton Al-lrlklklc-N LOIDPILU-ki fhllf 'DOM MIL' Morgdn, Erskine Slmw, jack lhunmsuslimn, llmmnl XY.1ht-is, -Inn ' iementinn Vit Ptitllowski, lnhn Ciu.i1uli.i. Rffn J, limi h llunlei ,J 4 '. ,- -9 YWQ it 'lllll i ii Behind the eouthing of men- tor Hugh Hunter who took up the joh after 21 fifteen year lay- off, the Eagles turned out in force and showed plenty of fighting spirit. The first gtune of the year took the battling Red z1ndGray Vffrililllfuf U11 fmlji' 92 Y QCSRYUI RCJROH In two lcdrb' Ierry Cinldmui, I l.lxk Inhnwn, -Inhn lhlv, l7t-Melia Koillds, XYlllnll Atthinson, George Miiyinde, Nitk llneiluu, ,Link im.-ei1l.ind, l..lllll'lll Smiles, Huh llpp. Run' 4: llud Dt-Ret.il, lleiln.1n Ut-nllon, Suillux' lnirlsnn, Whilly RCIil'il'i, Rollin Lime, Irwin liisenshidl, llill Yeaisley, lixll Harper, Dull Mallelt,llnlvl7ol1xe. Rim 4: lmitlnn ll.xll, Rnd lhxis, Aristides Miinzoros, llitk Foster, Fred Alheit, 'loin lou, Unk Vogel, Malt Cialely, UL'ulge H.irPel, D.1v1d llltei. 0 RlfSlfRVlf SQUAD Run' I: Anton Silnnidt. Leslie Ruskin, link lioheig, lit n Rell: ul, Philip l:I'.ll1k,,l.lkli Gilford, Geirigt-f.ll11pl1L'll, Henry Hex lsei, Rffu' J' I,Livn.iId Sgignn, juhnnie XVithtend.ihl, lleilv l'.i1nee, vlnlmn Rhine, -Luk Porter, nild ltn K nnis Rnu is Richard Adkins, Gerald Long, Bula Mtlin A , ,A , -, Luk Mt'Donglld, Don ll.lntua'k, fflmilie Uihhs, liulw XVllli.uns. Aiinen X'Lll'lILlkI.lID, Rnhert Rnese, Ron.ild Mt-tl.nn, R.1y Muiphy, ' 'I I Q. 1 ..,,1 .,. ........i.-- F. ,I fwh, PAGIT l "UR'l'Y-ONE u'J bi ,f 1 MR. AK'lllllR PAMAN Html of C5111 lhfff. arsit Fighters XVashington's varsity hasketlwall team tlitln't turn out to he a th.unpionship squatl. but it was never out ofthe running. 'l'he initial lvattle at Rezar Pavilion brought a wry note to the victory tune as we went tlown be- lore the Lincoln boys, 16-27. The setontl game with the Mission Bears pro' vitletl plenty ol' last anil furious plays, hut fountl us on the short entl ol a 27f22 score. Satretl Hearts Irish stitteetletl in staving off the liagles' ellorts. holtling them to lo points against I9 ol' their own in .1 slow-moving ZQQIIUC. A terrilit upset antl a long-awaitetl victory came in our win over the higlilyflaxoretl St. lgnatians by a 26-17 score in the fourth game. 'l'he next game was with Galileo, and proved to he a tlisappointnient as XX'ashington suffered a 25- I 3 tleleat. 'I he lmoys tame hath to size up Balboa in the sixth game anil lollowetl up to a 28-IS vittory. During the next game the varsity went scoring wiltl, as they tarushetl the C,on1n1ert'e latls with a store ol lifl i. Bringing the season to a close, the Eagles lost a lleartbreaker to Poly in the tlosing secontls of the game. A lieltl goal hrought the tally up to 28-26, in Poly's favor. XXfaslmington's lorwartls, lack Antlerson liiesen tlitl a line jolw, as tlitl center Dick Cirigshy antl Bud Davis, guar Finnes, Pete Desalernos, Aristitles antl liutl DeRet'at helpetl make jj' smoothly. ff W lfsoukv do 'ff Pcyv' '3 ,ff l , V" 'K i ' 1- ,fl HANLIQY ANDERSON DI RELQAT RFNFI HRT Iii Klltilfl DAVID lil 'RTON RADDUIE l'.'XtGlf lftili' IYTIII HEI? X K. K Q A V n VARSITY Llonlon Ratltlue, Aristulcs Mantzoios. Butl Davis, lack Anderson, Dirk Grigslw. Don Geisen. Wlally Renloxt latk llanley, liutl Delictat, Ken Finneb, Bill Eeklxo' Vlfamllington , , Wilslmingttvn .... XXfasI1ington .,. Wfashington ,,,. Wlashington ,,.. Wlanllington ,,,, Wfashington ,,,, Xwaslmington ,,,, Whslmington ,H SHETBIILI. SIIIJHEBIJZIHIJ .. I6 'vw 16 Z6 lvl 15 38 I5 26 Lincoln ,, 27 Mission .....,,,,.,, ,,.,. 2 7 Sacrctl Heart 19 St. Ignatius ,.,,,. ,,,,. 1 7 Lowell .,,,,,i ,i,,, 2 6 Galileo .... .,,,. 2 S Bgllliugl ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 1 Commr:rCe ,,,,, ,,,,, 2 4 llolytecllnic ,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 8 ll. Wglsllingtmrn XVasl1ington Wfashington Wtxslmingtcmn Waslmingtcmn Wfashington Wfashington Wfashington Wtxslmingtmwn 130k SCOREBOARD 33 39 31 24 34 25 39 26 .. 25 Lincoln ,,,,, Blission ,,,,,,, Sacred Heart St. Ignatius, Lowell ....,., Galileo ,,,,, Balboa ,,,,,l,,, Commerce Polytechnic ,. - - 130-POUND TEAM Rffzz' I: joe lXl.ll'llik.llL0, Howie Potty Dave Bentley, Frank Faraonc, Norman jaekson, ,Iim I,owait, lima 2: fio llussenius, john Steele, Dick Turner, Ken Mavor, Martin Schneider. Tom Mtiiowan, Peter Gcrstlc, PAGE FORTY-FOUR 130 LB. CHAMPS XX!ashington's Eagle-eye thirties proved that they were the team of the San Francisco lightweight div- ision when they walked off the courts with the championship and an unblemished record for the entire season. The first game of the season against Lincoln was .1 brilliant beginning as they shellacked the boys from Sunset, 33-23. The second game against Mission turned out to be a close, very nearly fatal, game for the Eagles came out with a 59-35 triumph. Redeeming themselves, they came back to take a SI-I5 decision over Sacred Heart, which left the Irish deflated. Attempting to gain revenge for their varsity, St. Ignatius came up with a fighting team making the l5o's earn their victory of 2-i-22. The game was a real thriller and a hard-fought battle. The fifth game matched us with Lowell's SLIP- posedly unbeatable five, but the Indians were drag- ging their feathers as they left Kezar at the hands of the Red and Gray. Galileo came from nowhere in the next game to surprise the lil' Eagles and almost upset the apple cart as they tallied 25 to our 25 points. The game featured plenty of shooting on both sides. Xlffashington took the measure of Balboa, their seventh opponent, in a smooth game by a 39 to 30 margin. Finding little opposition from Commerce, the '3lJ's went on where the football team left off and handed the Bulldogs a clean 26-I8 defeat. The final game was a fitting season's end as the fighting lightweights copped the honors from Poly with a 25-Its win. Lots of credit goes to our fighting five: Frank ,N Faraone, Pete Gerstle, joe YN Maniscalso, Howie Potts, and Martin Schneider, and Norman jackson, and those Y Wi? s f M others who made the cham- 0 m e .- Q hats off to Ken Nabber, Q I . v pionship possible for the classy lightweights. 10' 'I T fi J!-fb lu XR stgnwizmiak srrnrn BENTLEY :viAN1scAi.c o 'IURNER 1fARAoNi3 Porrs CQIZRS'l'l.I2 Ni CZOXVAN LUXVART IA! KSON MAYOR PAGE FOR TY-l"IVl5 w M. i ,,,- --'ffl . t r r X I ri' A '-A -' . i rl ' , , Q ' , ' , , - - f ' X' YH A A t N-J 4-4"'f-"fl.,f,.J' i ' wwf rr Qn 110-P0llNl7 Tlitllxl lion Siiiipwii. liill Hiueloxx, ,lwhn Ciiiisso. len Harris, Kii1il'.ilin.fo.uli lllisseniiis. llll and lffll lh. Basketball Teams XY'.isliington's feather- iintl ily-weight hasketbull teiins, the lltts .intl the I 10's hung up .inother sue' tessfiil season this year iintler the skilled guitlame ot' f.O.ltil1 liiissenius. The lifts tinishetl oil their efforts with Ll 500 giver- .ige tleteziting tion r teams. .intl losing to four others, Oiitstiiniling in this ye.ir's squiitl were Parsons, een- terg Haun and Chu, lA0I'VV.lI'LlSQ and Dunriigiin gintl Baltlocelii, guards. The 1 10's tlitlrft ll1lYClNllLill to l7l'.l1L1 about in the way of victories, liiiving only one win to their eretlit. lint they were ii fighting club. with Giusso and jaeolws ns tor' wartlsg Palm, centerg and Mobhs and Bigelow, giinrtls. Next years squad looks very promising. ifo-i'oUNo'i'12Aixr Ptiu 1 hii liitlhiitl Nilxeiinin, l,.iiix ll,iltloi'tlii, llmillv H.1iin, llotisten lUunniig.ln. Marti' Heise. K with l'3ussL'iiIus. It.-ttyl? I-'ORTYXIX .. A702 Washingtrwn's long-neglcftetl hasehall team finally eaine into the limelight this spring as they entleel up in thirtl plate in the light for the A.A.A. pennant. llntler the coaching uf Hugh Hunter, the huys ntit only sueceetletl in winning inure games than ever hefure, but they also made .i real hitl fur the clianipinnsliip. ln the first game of the season, St. lgnatius xxenl tluwn l'wetiure the puwerful Iiagles, 1447. The next game funnel XX'.isliington on the slinrt entl of the secure as Balboa wnn a 9-5 victury. .Inhn Iavpeinan hlanketetl Galileo, 8-U, in the thirtl game, .intl the Eagles swainpetl the hapless laiwellites at llig Rec hy a league recv urtl of 34 runs tu I in the fourth game. Lincoln felt the taluns nf little lfdtly as nur fifth victims, going tluwn in tlefeat, 7-1. ln a real thriller we tleteatetl Ciuiiiineime, Ll, .intl then lust tu Mission, -1-5, in an extra inning after leatling 3-I in the seventh. Poly Caine frnin nowhere to puuntl out .1 5-0 x'ictury for tlieinselves in the eighth game, anal Saeretl Heart heat us nut nt seuvntl plate in the elnsing battle hy a 54 smre. limit. IIflflt'1.'5!JXI1IltllI ll.iiitllein.iii uviiipl.iiiis. le11iv.' lim faxilka fans Qin llASl1lKAl.l. Kell' I.' Bi-lu f.iss.i-s.i, livin Rallen, liogei Raninu, Iuliii l.nprm,m, lfiel-,ing Shaw. Rffu' 3: julian Rhine, Alheit Lianein. Turn juli. lane Kaplan, 4 laik -luhnsnn, Norman Mmlc. 1 laieme Ytiiiiraga, Huh lnlinwn, Kun if Huh 1 lavf run, linh Rusenheiig. llwh Ihsiiiiisst-ri. Malt-ilni Murray, linh Keller. ttiatli lliinter. sv A 5C, V fy X K, V,r Ep-Lf .kv s-fx ,118 PAGE I-'OR'l'Y-SIQYHN Blllllilklk' Likes oll o I oach liusseniu N irande 1 I ' Q " i X .lll w f MA fiflillll' 5 PX' W X . - f - r X 0 A 0 X o 5-f it r 45 ff X ' f W? si 1' , F IJ' i l - q w fue, 1 -, K N Ll Einderfellas Scare Fourth After a year's layoff from track, Washington stood fourth in the All-City Meet. The squad, under the guidance of the school's newest coach, Mr. Bussenius, showed future promise. Earlier the boys could be seen practicing diligently every day after school in the stadium getting in shape for the competition. Because of the year's layoff in field and track train- ing, and because he had but a short time to get the boys in shape, Coach Bussenius did not enter his charges into competition with other high schoolsg but saved them for the All-City Meet. Five boys qualified for this: George Mirande in liatc-ly ,Wm up the 100-yard dashg Wally Renfort in the shot putg Dick Vogel in the discusg Bill Brown in the high TRAUX jump, and Alan Stewart in the lightweight 100-yard lfffu' If Dick XVaite, Phil Frank, Ray Tratlien, jim Brown, ,lack dash. U'KL-etfe, ,lohn Kitto, George Mirande, Ed Stuart. Run' 2: Boh Kis- snk, lloh UPF, Rohert ilizitain, Whilter Sanlfrrd, Bill Brown, Ernest ' - -f ' '- .. - Ceiigxcntiria. lack Goldberg, George Bransonf Bob lN1iDonald. Rnu' 3: NO Chmnplonb anne froln Hilltop thls yum? but the Di ' Preston, Whillv Rcntort, Matt Gately. Rithard Vmgcl, Norma 1 1 ' , ' , , H . ' iifiinm, mt Malleit, Dick Kelly, Prank imu. 1 n b0Y5 were m thug trymgi 'md that 5 bomethmg' Mili l"OR'l Y-EIGHT xv xii M. X WX Vs U 0 X rxs XL' X il Hilltnp llquatil: flees fWashington has always had good swimming teams, and as the Sur- veyoihgoes to press there is every indication that we will have a better one this year. Although the Eagles have not competed as a school with any of the other high schools, the All-City Meet promises to have several Wash- ington boys walking off with honors. "Hilltop" is picked to come in among the first three schools, but just what position, remains to be seen. In the All-City Meet, it will he no surprise if Glenn Berry takes top honors in the 100 and 220-yard freestyle events. Washingtonians won't be surprised if Wally Swanson takes the 50-yard freestyle, or if Al Stoff should win the backstroke. Dave Bentley looks to have a good chance at breaststroke, and Wally Renfort, Bill Eckoff, Wally Swanson and Boris Ivanoff show promise of taking the relay. xx There are several other fellows who may prove their worth. Results will be known to you before you read this, so you can judge how good a prognosticator your writer was. dj! Gnd f Q , A 5 w If U A 1 zujql SXVIMMING Run' I: luraltl lieneditt, Neville. Rieli. Dick Gardiner, llnl Pnkens, Dick Pnkens, Stanley Green, l.ennard Begun, lireemlnrter, Rithard Silverman, David Fiiedenheig, XV Bentley. jerry Davis, Dun lllnmenfeld. Larry Rose. Ran Sheldon Shoaf, Glenn Berry, Nic'hul.is lvanntl, Mt-rrile Ruiz' -If Don Hancock, Oleg Ohulpmtl, XValIy Renfnrt, 4 1 1 l I xx. ll-, ut 'Q' f In me x X 1 -v t ll j N 0 J 'WTA .J J I la' la Q l, 'J U am any tiregoriev, all: s Parris, llll .litk io . X PAGE FORTY-NINE ,,f, vgQ.,L.flZA V ,' .3'ux'3' - , I w ...,.,sJx Nw 1, We VMYIT l-' I FTY . .2 -X if W x I 1,114 'W-.W .-v""'M' :H -J r 4-4 1- In 4.-4,,- 1 Y X X BLOCK W SOCIETY . l.ifl iw riglil: M.irp,:ot Fisher. Betty Lim Dye, Gertrude Brill, Doris Mtilsnn, willlllll Kriise, Ciitllmpt tmistniiliiie, lillen llt-ietk, M.iri.in Perry. llildegarde Koth, Nxtnlic Sprott, Maman Grten, M.irilyn Rosdstiv, lilt-.moi lhillis, Riis.ilie Miller, Zoe Aptwstolitles, llernite Lintlsey, ls.ihel Kiittliian, Miss Sherarei, Celia Levy, I .itlierine Siillimn. liii-tl.1 llxeis. M.iii.m Dennis, Bertha Kuhluk, Alt-:ln Kenny, Elven Iiustiu, Dorothy Gririlmldi, Betty I,mi llutl, liilith XYeixfiiti. Nillx lileixliiimri, lnys l7.1sk.ii4vlis, Antoinette Ciotelll, Leone XKillliL'S, l4,irh,i1.i lleigor. le.ln lilttel. 8 5 X "Black " " Snlziet Outstimding lWL'L.lllSC of their five terms of Active par- titip.ition in the Girls' Athletic Association, the thirty- iive memhers ol' the Block "VU" Society hiive pledged .md upheld the following truly inspiring oath: "I desire to become tl member of the George Wtisli- ington Girls' Block 'XXV' Society. I promise to uid in carrying out the purpose ol' Block "XV," to .issisl the Girls' Athletic Association, and to do .lll in my power to promote .1 spirit of fine sportsmanship, l pled-ge myself, upon my honor, to follow the Girls' 'l'en Point Code and to work in every w.1y possihle to uphold the stimdards and traditions of our school." l' Xlil' lll IY UNI 8 G.A.A. OFFICERS Raw 1: Sherlee Levy, Bessie Provost, Beulah Spaulding, Mary jo Miles. Row 2: Marian Perry, Loys Daskarolis, Patty Curnitius, Astrid Wettin. Girls' Athletic I-lssntzialinn Realizing the importance of keen minds and healthy bodies in making young America best able to work and hght for the victory, George Washington's Girls' Athletic Association came to the fore during the Spring term under a new war-time program. Under the sponsorship of Miss Margaret Poole, and the leadership of a vigorous governing board consist- ing of G.A.A. officers Loys Darkarolis, president, Bes- sie Provost, vice-president, Mary jo Miles, secretary, Astrid Wettin, historian, Sherlee Levy, head yell leader, and Patty Cornitius and Beulah Spaulding, assistant yell leaders, the organization made and car- r'ed out plans in a truly democratic manner. Playdays with Lowell, Lincoln, Polytechnic and Balboa highlighted Spring activities and aided in form- ing a stronger union among the G.A.A. members of San Francisco's high schools, the principle aim of the ofhcers and members of Wasl1ington's association this term. Friendly competition in badminton, softball, xolleyball and tennis made these playdays alive and interesting. Fitting climax to this term's events was a gigantic playday with Hilltop playing host to all-city partici- pants. Presentation of Washingtoi1's G.A.A. awards added the formal note to a fun-hlled day. Of interest to every sports-loving girl was the wide variety of activities offered by the G.A.A. this term G.A.A. MANAGERS Row li: Beverly Clark. Helengene Granat, Elaine Saditk, jerry Hull. Rau' 2: Sally Dunning, Barbara Millar, Lucille johnson, Lillian johnson. 2 t, , ef I ego X 2- 5995.5 i l PAGE FIFTY-THREE WAHTIME SE .ind entliusiastically received by its three hundred and fifty members. Since Wasliington's own grounds provide many excellent sport courts, the members were able to enjoy, for the most part, a "stay at home" term. A chance discovery was the popularity of cowboy dancing with Miss Margaret Poole, and marching with Miss Dorothea Forcade. The two new activities were introduced this term to supplement the loss of bowling and ice-skating, discontinued because of inadequate transportation facilities. 'ik BADMINTON Rall' 1: Levine, Ciaribaldi, Hunter, Haylor. Cooper, Carter, Brondola, Rosalie Godes, Helene Sadick, Lily Berger. Row 2: Diane Doane, Gerry Frantz, Sterli Lazarios, Trude Stevins, lean Azar, Rosalie Simon, Annette Manasse, Clathleen Hosford, Frances Landau, Margot Simons. Rott' 3: Karol Nickerson, Jacqueline Maimone, Elvera Fusco, Lois Mitchell, Joyce Gleadon, Bettina Martinez, Leona Marks, Muriel Charlip, Barbara Rosenbaum. Rau' 4: Sally Denning, Dolores Matella, Elaine Lott, Martha Hancock, Natalie Sprott, Marian Dobie, Gertrude Brill, Doris Maison. Joan Gabreil, Phyllis Pabst. Rau' 5: Barbara Bauniherger, XVinit'red Park, Barbara Hergot HEIJULE PLAN SOFTBALI. Rau' l.' Mary Smith, Marian James, Cflaire Medeiros, Marie Farley. Helen Klutlca, Jean Carrasco. Donna Stottord, Marian Green, Georgia Bullock, Irene Dajadian. Row 2: Sylvia Jacobs, Marian Gabirtz, Bar- bara Mensor, Esther James, June Paul, Jeanette Kuppelberg, Jerry Hull. Paula Elliott, Martha Azimow. Raw 3: Rosemary Farber. Elizabeth Frank, Jeanette Hershaw, Betsy Ross, Kay Byard, Gloria Hammer, Beulah Billingsley, Carmel Aherne, Dorothy Holden, Julia Augustino- vich. Row 4: Ellen Heieck, Marian Perry, Jean Fitter, Barbara Baum- berger, Pat Conant, Jean Howell, Bettp Gralnick, Bernadine Wilbur, Barbara Moore, Evelyn Miglian. Raw 5 .' Marina Dobie, Ouida Arnold. Jean Scott, Marilyn Batman, Shirley Lamme, Eleanor Westphal, Jean Sliter, Phoebe Nichols, Marcia Brenner, Norma Faulkner. I G.A.A. VOLLEYBALL Row 1: Natalie Blum, Lois Eassa. Barbara Ross, Harriet Sheldon. Lore raine Sheldon, Rita Buscaglia, Jean Zelby, Mary Levy, Carol Schillaci. Row 2: Jennie Hong. Daisy Moretti, Ruth Murray, Hattie Schreibman, Helen Rodey, Erica Harvey, Estelle Rando, Shirlee Graubert. Rau' 3: Roberta Parsons, Janice Binder, Lily Berger, Sylvia Zeitlen, Leone Marks, Elinore Gallas, Rosalie Miller, Marcia Weidler, Maxine Blu- menthal. Row 4: Janet Lohmeyer, Elsie Strauss, Gilda Blank, Martha Welch, Mary Jo Miles, Elvera Fusco, Bertha Kohlick, Sally Flcishman. Loys Daskarolis, Noreen Love, Alice Rohr. Ron' S: Gloria Kugler, Pat Herman, Enid Davis, Lois Reed, Dorothy Radelevick, Mary Agnes Delgado, Lois Kreuzer, Barbara Allan, Corinne Harrington, Pat Clark. Row 6: Betty Farnsworth, Shirlee Hampton, Dorothy Diamandis, Mary Scogin, Mary Erhart, Lorene Schulken. Betty Britt, Bessie Billick, Etta May Rainier, Eleanor Connor. PAKZF l'll"TY-FOUR r af stag , FUR ll!-I.!-I. ACTIVITIES The everpopular badminton was also offered with M rs. Margaret Denny in charge of the advanced play- ers and the intermediates being supervised by Miss lflorence Shearerr Old favorites, softball and volleyball, were not for- gotten, however, by their many fans, and under the direction of Miss Paula Beckwith, the would-be Di- Maggios struck home while Miss Shearer's group made the volleyball courts ring with excitement. Witli Miss Poole and Miss Beckwith at the reins Qfiguratively speakingj beginning and advanced rid- ers hit the trail each week in beautiful Golden Gate Park. Members of the horsey set will also remember with delight the high point of the termf a canter along the shores of the Pacific which ended with a weinie roast and all the trimmings. Before plunging into glorious summer vacation, members of the Girls' Athletic Association paused to review the past fun-hlled term with its new lriendslrip and new skills in sports. And one and all declared the Spring semester highly successful. A . i lf.A.A. RIDING Ruiz' I: Pat Cullan, Bette Owens. jean Karrasto, Ron' 3: joy Briggs. Pat Eddy, Bessie Provost, Lorrie Burns. Floiente llariis, jean Stuli, Knu' 3: Loretta Tlinmpson, Cierda Blumenthal, Anne lleiiington. janet Larke, Louise Rayne, Leona XVilkes. Razr 4: vleant-tie Willard, Barlsaia Millar, Lila Rose, Ginger Markel, Adrienne DuMont. Naiv Belton, Florence Levinson. G.A.A. MARK HINU Rau' I: Irene Dermau, Marian Green, Isabel Kattliian, Beverly -lolili son, Paula Elliott, Edith Hotlner. lieu' J : Bessie Provost, Sylvia Zeltlen. Leona Marks, jerry Hull, latqueline I ohen, Run +I: Beulah Brllingslex, K1armelAherne, Natalie Sprott, Eloise Lejune, janet l.olimt-yen, Shirlev Sutherland. G.A.A. DANCING Rau' I.' juliette Marestin, Bev 4 lark, janet Levit, lleatiiie Sohol, Grate Khachadourian, Margaret Holaday, Bernite Lindsey. Marian llenni--, Reva Braunstein. Rrm' J: Beverlie lloring, Beulah Spaulding. Mt-iopr Boujouklis, Mildred Ostrow, Frantes Tliollantlel, jane Vanilerhuixt, .lane Chambers, jeanne Blanthard. Rau' is Myrtle Pietsthrnann. Doi- oth Muir, Gertrude Kleeman, Delphine Cievene, Marloiie Kunz, Barbara Venners, Evelyn Lerner, Ron' -4: Helen Hertel, It-lia It-vy, Bobbie Krenkel, Astrid Wfettin, jean lNlilleron, t aiol tiieen, 9,3221 Ah - 'QI 4' X. " 54 Q-A 2 ma' h .ll P SOUL! 9- PAGIT I-'ll-"I'Y'l PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT 462 '57 " r ink A .. B 0 ,Z m l -J I I I I suvnsl- ,,f Ay' -if 'Zy-tx,-. ,K LA f-1 ' ' , , C ,,, j . ' L. .-. jqf ,QU-27 -fa, h..'- SABISR CLUB Rau' 1: Sergie Ciiegnriev, Edward Eassa, jules Zentnei, King Cramer, Donald Devlin. 4 liarles Haller, Wfalter l.ink, Duane liarclay, Myron Kaplan. Ruiz' 2: Bill Ecklmtl, Paul Euphrat, Bob Sears, Arnold Zimmerman, jerry lNlalincjuist, lirskine Shaw, l.lark ,lulins-in, Wfes Hicks, Howard Martin, Rau' 3: Gunther lust, Dave lientley, Hmvard XVa ters, Turn Inu, Stacy ML-ttiei. Sidney Suslnw, From across the seas, from every lighting front, there comes a cry which echoes and re-echoes in the hearts of XX!ashington's students. It is a cry for men . . . men with experience . . . men with the initiative and intel- ligence so necessary in the successful prosecution of this war. Washington, with her Service List of over five hundred servicemen, is doing more than her share in preparing Americas youth for the great task ahead of them. Paramount in the training program here at Hilltop High is the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, or R.O. T. C. The corps, under the supervision of Sgt. Ryan and Sgt. Hackley, has its primary objective the training of over three hundred and fifty cadets in the rudiments of combat and other subjects met in regular army life. The R.O.T.C. has a two-fold program consisting of practical drill and of theory. The former is taken four out of the five days and consists of close-order drill, extended-drill, and physical-drill. The latter involves practical knowledge of the armed forces. XXfashington's battalion consists of four companies, A, B, C, and D, and is a part of the regiment. The fall term of 1943 saw a very active battalion under the direction of Lieut. Col. Tom Hall. The regimental commander was also a Xlifashington cadet, Col. Harold Polonsky. Completing the "Big Three" was Major Herbert Mandler. The company commanders were as follows: Co. A, Cadet Capt. Fred Alberts, Co. B, Cadet Capt. Donald Devlin, Co. C, Cadet Capt. Ed- ward Eassag Co. D, Cadet Capt. Williziin Moore. This term's battalion is under the direction of Lieut. Col. Charles Haller, and Col. Donald Devlin is commander of the San Francisco Brigade. Major Edward Eassa is second-in-command of the battalion. A brief outline of the companies and their othcers finds at the head of the list Company D, which had the proud distinction of representing George Wztsliington at the city-wide PAGE FIFTYANINE E K Q all 4 X. ,3 3 or S X iN R.O.T.C. BAND Run' I: -Itfiiy Malmquixt, Roliert Pitkens, Ken Brute, Bill Seeor, Paul K umditl, Earl Dapper, Don Lewis, Rithaid Faxia. lkill Klrnger, Hoxxaid Potts, lidwaid Solomon. Raymond Clarheltl, Howard Martin. Rau' 2: Dean Daskaiolis, Boli Weil, It-my Piagei', Eddie Rainey, Rithard Pitkens, Fred Engeltried, Howard Payne, Kenneth Finnis, Sidney Gimor, Russel Elledige, Daxid Arrellaga, Alan Qlones, Milton Rhine, Robert Pearson. Rau' 3: Herhert Steiner, Norman Litht. M. R. White, Bill Stadtteld, Rohert Bruce, XY'alter Nordquist. Henry Becker, Leonard Tauesig, Edwin llipenstein. Stanley Green. Lloyd Ciroescliel, Dean Avila. Rffu' 4: Gordon Yates, Ray Peterson. Rues Roberts, Peter Smaick, lleit ivlvel, l.aL11t'nteRetlL'r, Don Potter, Robert Fitzhenry. Forrest fiondrott, Richard Milkovith, Mr. Knott. Ron' 5: Leland Mink, Marvin Silxeiman, lark Stowe, Elliott Rudee, Roh Wiener, Richard Keegan, jatk Hare, Houston Dunnrgan. Lvuoige Furness. competition held at Kezar Stadium May 10. Under the should equal or excel last years winning company leadership of Cadet Capt. Bentley, and Cadet Lieuts. headed by Capt. Gerard Rhine. Company B has proved Shaw Witlters and Zimmerman this com an has to be an alert and active vrouu doin Y es ueciallv fine v 1 , proved to be outstanding in all phases of drill and work in physical drill. Their otlicers, Capt. Barclay, Polonxlw Hall Riley lfassa Moore Mandlei Maithin-zen Long Kohn Lieisner Hummel Murphy laik Harper Allweitw 'liliomlortl Sthildt Ostrotl Raisnel PAGE blX'l X DN-0441 ai., Lv-clkq K an-wrk 3- kk! f T .- X 'Q rg Lf? Ii 0 Tl. IU. li 111114-I l llli liiiv li' I iii lit! ll xx intl XX'tltLis l5lslxlm'Nl11w Ilxvu Bnntlcy, Alltultlfl1limt':l1l.tlt. lffilt 'I N-ui 7 3 it .wt ff . ii. . , . . , , Nttlii. lfittl twtlmitlt, 1Al1i111yl11i1L1sl, Kcn hrwilgglttsx, fiL'UlLfL' Nimlttlc, li-lm llulm-ss, llitlm llm-lm, ll.tiis l .mutt lt' It l Plwil l'i.i Ili. lfiul Mtililt-ntulil, lilll lsmul, Paul Hulxul, Plmxgtitl Slntulitul, ll.1mltl Mvuis, livin I..mtlm.iu, Xl-mis Alillti, littiigi liiiviiiiiicl, lfmrtk Mullci. lCff14w4: l..lllILINL' Zicqci, lltml lirigli-lwiutlx, Natl Muni-lv. Allu-1: X',tisli.ixxslix, li-ill lhiix, Al YL'Ill.lJlL'l'l, XV.xync ll-tile, Myron Dunn, flmlus XXl.ly'llL', Disk lfiilsimg, li'fiii W .' Alt-x lh-iss. lltix I i xiii XX iltti C ill llill linfl :xx llnlw l ltls , .it K A I , . ' 4 ', 'ic , mtl limits, Zcntncr gtntl lfcklioll, arc rcsponsilwlc in no ixtcmlctl orilcr tlrill. Clomplctinlg the list lsfi0ll1lw.ll1y.f'i smttll xxpiy lor tliis suing-ss, Cgtpt. Suslow anal Licuts. with Capt. Grcgoricv tmtl l.ic-tits. litiplirttt .intl nlocz. mliiiwii, Cfixtmcr .mtl Mettler tim be proutl in no small The men lmvc proven tlicmsclws experts in Llosa ortlci' may lui tlic lWl'UllLll.'llLy' ul' tlicii' mon of Company C tlrill lllllill to lltc' plc.1sttrcol'tl1cit'ollitci's, Ili xliiu ll..llti l,.lss.i lk-iitlux Nislim Qiiwiurlix lmlt Xl.ttliii ltlxliiutl flittim'tm.li1 lmz llinlxs XY.iltv.is lilltllml l-:lm-tilt Niis Mslmtliiist fuitlimui K.lvl.il1 Klint lust fw- in F5 N--AQ 44 PAO IE SIXTY-H 'Q Q VN O.' r 'SY X, r-i ex X r George ,lack 'li A l len. ,lark Cilendon. Harris, Rua' T: " Q21 s it 1 PAGE SIXTY-TVUO R.O.T.C. CO. A Tom jorz. Razz' 2: Edward Harlem, joe Xlifhitley, Bill Xlifilson, Ira Berman, George Clemens, julian Rhine. Run' 3: Ronald Davies, Donald Seiler. Leonard Greendorfer, ,lack Stein, Carl Goldschmidt. Edward Wfong, ames Rokas, George Brandt, Charles Vlfagner, Don Brinkman, Herman Iohn lilc-mining, Holmes Lash. Ruu' 5: Clyde Fox, Ellis Robinson, David Cileglrorn. Ralph Munowitcll, Charles Newman. R,O.T.ff. CO. B 1,- Alrrlr-q Zgntnqr, Drrrmg Barclay. Bill Eakholl, Ron' 2: Truman McDaniel. Laurence Stein, fiharles Jacobs, Don lack ' ,.. " i Qi 1, 'HI i ', 'Q f ' Brunton I1becb 7crb1lc Bill C rmpbtll Hrrstlell Rittler Melxrn Siegel Dun Hiis Rm 3 Irwin Klreser Norris NVeinherg, Don Lnwenbein, Milton Xlifasserman, Dean Molin, Harold Dannenhirsch, Kallsh, Boris lvanotl. Run' 4 : Clyde Kilian, Glenn Berry, Ben Rector, Dick Boberg. R. Cager, Harris Arles. Tom Faraday, Maurice Fisse. Row 5: George Pallviny, Paul Guedct, Wilbur Robert Osmidotl, Arnold Pabst, Richard Less, Edwin Shapiro, Samuel Tandet. Row 6.' Everett, Phillip Pingpank, Carlos Parris. jim McVicaker. Gus Johnson, Marc Gropper, XVilliam Gordon, Robert Field. james Burton, -lack Allen, Leroy Davis, 'fs xi 1 f YF anvil'-A h II l h The Saber Club, consisting of the R.O.T.C. officers, under the able direc- tion of Mr. Perino, has had as its purpose this term the mailing of Eagle! overseas to Wasliingtoniarms in the service. Through them, names and addresses have been collected and school papers sent to our servicemen. The club's officers this term have been: President, Col. Donald Devlin, Vice President, Capt. Dave Bentley, Secretary-Treasurer, Lieut. Col. Charles Haller, and Sgt.-at-Arms, Capt. Sergie Gregoriev. The R.O.T.C. Band this term, under the direction of Drum Major jerry Malmquist and faculty advisor Mr. Knott, has participated in all parades and added greatly to the color and dignity of the battalion. H61 R.O.'I'.f. KO. K' li ri I lim lmtf: 1 lark johnson, Staty Mettiei, Sidney Suslovv. King I ramei, Run J: Stephen lun. Denny Raman, It I iis n thiiles XYinu. Pat Riley. Hub SIJLILI, Bob Stein, Richard Ditkerisim, liilxxaitl lleneiletti, Mvruri Suslmx, I3 n lxnvtlm lx 14 if lim Dixon, lloh Stott, XY'altel ljllI'1L.lI'1,l7Cl'1C Stratton, Robert Suiter, I. ll. Duran, Art Martinsoli. sell Halduulil, Vauglin 'l'iuil.iilan. Kenneth Heirw, Run' 1: lulin ll.lnsen, lfdxsaul Sililmmel, Alan thiimov lltih Patnne, Maurite Koch, Hart-lil Siinrm. Vntnr Sandau, IflinerNpi.iu1it-, llaiold ll-uigev, lirll R.ll'ICl.lI1, I Ii tilts lin ltn Nou 9,'l7.ixnlli.1ll, Mor1rou',lHli:isun.Ruhr-itKmnc's,Riilwertlitklioll, llt-llivAlt.1i.is, RithaidXVl1itlen. Rll3I,lZ TEAM Hun I: king flamer, Ken liuvxkin, Robert Sears, Morris Miller, Kenneth Ciartia. Paul lflipluylql Run jg Flint-r Sprague. Cicuigc- Pallxinv, Nltk lianutl, -Ieliv Nalmtluist, Sul, Ryan. lvfrt' if lulncsl felneritilia, Litolgt- K lellitns, Mint 'I'lioslill1slxy. Crt-urge lilandt. Hifl XX'hen General Pershing said "Send me men who can shoot I" his thoughts probably turned to the thousands of rifle and gun clubs which dot American tities and countrysides and from whose members come the vast numbers ot' Americans who can "hit a scluirrel's eye at a hunert" paces. Representing the military equivalent of these clubs at Hilltop is the Rifle Team of the R.O.T,C. to whom many honors have heretofore fallen. The team is composed of hfteen members and is under the direction of Sgt. Jack Ryan, veteran of 16 years' service in the Army ol' the United States. The matches fired by the team include the Ninth Service Command Inter- collegiates, the National Rifle Matches for the Williaiin Randolph Hearst Trophy, and the National RiHe Matches Intercollegiate. The team stood sixth in the Ninth Service Match which embraces the entire western area. It stood filth in the entire nation for the Hearst Matches and the Intercollegiates are still pending. Pershing and the nation need not worry! 1 0 5-cl ,QD Xi' l',Xtfl' NIX'l Yfl lllil I t 1 REGISTRY 129 N-Z, 211 Rfiu' I: I.iirry Baldocehi, Si Greenbliitt, Vernon Minenna, Gong Hoy Yow, Gil Morgan, Frank Gordon, Lilurcnt Soules. Run' 2: Perry Hug' gc'tt,t.li1y Ptiietlle, john Figone, Dick Turner, Bob W'ise. Ray Guiliani, Ruiz' 3: Mitre Gropper, Steve Hyman, Herb Ptitnoe, Art Mnrtinson, Carl Suhr. Robert Simmons. Kon' -J: George Pallviny, Stiin Wiener, jack Wleiss, Don Xxllll'tlL'1'1. Bob Harry. Ruiz' 5: Leland Cfohn, Elmo Ostrzlnder, K .irlos Piirris. REGISTRY 236 N-Z Ron' I: Rosebud Springer, Estelle Salzman, Dorothy Garibnldi, jenn Cfzxrrasco, Harriet Schultz, Patricia Viana, Myrtle Zimmer, Elizabeth Hamilton. Row Katherine Atkinson, Marilyn Rosasco, Rosemary Mc- Guinness, Rosalie Simon, Lorraine Burns. Lucille Snroynn, Wini1'retl Shepherd. Rau' 3: Dolores Stempel, Donna Mooney, Geri Frantz, Alite fiohen, Barbara Moule, Beatrice Shaw, Helen Siacotos. Ruiz' A1 .' Nelda Bernhard, Shirley Lamme, Roberta Robb, Calliope Constantine, Ellen Heicck, -leginette Willard, Phyllis Wilkerson. Ruiz' 5: Naomi Goldstein, Margilret Park, Eleanor Westphal. Connie Luft. -ll111lLClJ.1y. Ron' 5: Betty Lou Dye, ,lnnice Nelson. Mnxine Pilkington. Virginm St. john. Vice President Ifllen Heieuk, President Gil Morgan, Secretary Roberta Robb Lnw SE Inns Congratulations are in order to the low senior class for holding such a fine record of spirit and activities throughout their entire stay at Washington. With Miss Murphy and Mr. Mullany, spon- sors, the term project, the sale of year books, was extremely sue- cessful. The low senior class gave many outstanding students to ,,, Washington. Athletic Manager jack Anderson is also president of the Eagle Society. Laurent Soules and Gil Morgan are members. P.-X015 SIXTY- FOUR tl e . UL X we -fd-f-9: '- jack Laurent antl Bud Davis are va f y baskethall players. Members ol the chain' pionship one-thirty pound team are Pete Gerstle, Martin Schneitler and Howartl Potts. Ellen Heieelq antl Elizalweth Hamilton he-long to the GSS.. Burton Cllitklwergg won thirtl place in the john Paul jones Contest, antl the Hearst National History Awartl winner. Ernest Page, is also a low senior. Due cretlit must go to Miss Sclrarit. his history teacher. j-,This term the low seniors electetl as their ollicers: Presitlent Ciilhert lN'lor"gan. 'iteAPresitlent Ellen Heieck, Seeretary Roberta Rohh antl Executive Clouneil repre' -entativcs. Xlffilma Krase, Carole Pittsey and Irina Vlatlykin. sz 1 NIRIIN Ill Str A-hl lllffrlbilllai ll'. l.f'l A M x cr II Ln lltttx' Kahn, hl.tIIlXll lolmarr Run' I: Ciil Moruarl, Sr lireerilulalt, ll-vlw Melllieru, Qlolrrr Sttelt. Dirk cr tr r L 1 it i t tnalil. lean Kearney. Nun' JJ 'l'urrler,Ken Crartra. Charles XVaigr1er. l.ee P1lm.g K lrrn. All Al-lIlll1NL'll o ulerr-rs. Sallx' Lee. Marvalite Rff1r3.'Perrx!lr1r. Pr.1nkl3r.rlrerrn, Marvin llraunstt-rrr, ll-martl Potts. lux lnurst C rlxlls Ruth C1 l lxmrtli Nllrrla't'K1lgl11l1.Ht, Sylvia lfarlwer. Pete O'Sl1e.i, Karl Ciultlstlrrnitlt, Marla Alum-tl, Rnnaltl King, ,Inlrn urs rm N r 1 rwtrt, Nlrrrlev Mnrrls. larrrarrre Vlelrks, Kurt' ix flrarlcs fonlman, liutl l7.rx'rs, Arrstnle- Manllurns. :tit nrlft rstllt Miller, Ili-X Gross. Plrylrss llotl- Pete Uerstle, XV.llly RL-alort, link Cirngslmy, liolw llernme, Ulru: l euler. Rutlrrnary 'l'lrnrnpso'r, Mttnrrnrtk, Stew' Hvrrtan. Run Of Pllrl Prank, llutl l3eRt'r.ll. Rav lnill rrrs wr Iurn C lhriel. lirantes lilstlrer. Regina fanipr, lames Rokas. XX"IlliLlI11 Klule. liletl Mellrn,rn4 Kailua Parris, 41 mu 1 s svn. Kffll 5: lXl.trllyn Kennetly. l:uz:ene limurtette, Vernon lXlrneI1na. Iulln liirgnme. llnlr Whse. Rell 'J ns x rlmr lxr use, li.rrh.rr.r Rug-rkel. Rtrlmt tmrmlorr Hall. ,laik Porter. fit-mage Pallvrny, Tom Ulmf, ,laik Antlersnrr, t r sur 'r s x rrt int tluhlont, Shrrlte lleraltl Etta K lav Pl ietlel. Huh Barrv. Frank imrtlon. Ht-rh P.rtn1we, li mn Ostraritltr. Huy Ynw Gong, Stan XVrener, l.el.rntl I uhn.r fy M Av J In t . Q mv . X- wr' X V - I'M,li NIX'l'Y-l'lYP x RlTGIS'l'Rll5S 122. ZIJI is-. Rffzi' I: ,Liyne Louie, Lois Spencer, luliette Mgirestin, lieaitriie Sohol, listlier Sc-x1ll.i, Dolores Minenngi, lmogene long, l5.irh.ii.i Read, l.illi.in XVIII. Nuiiel Nomk. Run J: B.iih.ir.i Hziylnr, B1lI'l1.llAlci.lI'lhll'lIl41,.lLll1C l'.iul, l,-sis S.n'.i:c. lfiaiues Tliollgintler, ,latkie Faxnn, Helene Levene. l7i.inic-s Kc-rinoi.iii, l,eun.i Marks, Rivsemgirie Mullen, llongx Koviis. Run' if M.irth.i ll.inimk. Lotus Derry, Adele ll.iuhold, wleginette litllt. Hd- iin.i Maitiiief, Mildieil flsliivw. lixelvn Lerner, Naidine Venturi, Rita li-vlillweiu. ,l.inef l.eiit. Manger l.ege.is, Ruiz lf Frances O'lirien, Kath- ivn llotlsclineidei, Lim Mitihell, Alvie l,. Norte. ,lune Naritzen, Nailim- llurley, l'.it lidilv, lane Xifindcrliust, li.irlw.ir.i Krestellei, Audrey Klt-ini Run' 9: Al.ll'llYI1 Ruilee. Nancy Kaye, Ruth XVildlv.-rg, Suzanne l.cici, Rlrmla Qvieemloileig Ida l:l.lI1YITl.lI'l, Ruth Rnsenhaum, jean Rulhiiils, lEl.iine I,-ity Dolores lXl.irtello. Run 6: ,letra XVells, -leanctte Kiippc-i'lw-ru, K l.urt- Sutcliffe. ,l.uqueline Perry. Anne Herrington, 'liliailin Aiinstopiilos, K lair: lluiklev, lXl.lI'gl.lIL'f Nuiuiv. Kgitlileen llostmml. Allie Siliclunei. Nun '.' Maiy Stefan, Pat Dunlap, .l.lne Rogers B nice ,l.uohson. li.irh.ir.i Millili. Doris Supp, Arlene Mclntosh, Helen Leongird. Roherta Krenekl, Maxine Hella, lminne Housel. RliCilS'l'RY 505 N-Z 523, 536 Run' li Kurt Levi, jerry Stern, Fred Gnttlmrilt, Ken Snodgrass, Arthur Greenhaum, Milton Whssermrin, l..iwrenie Rose, Ricligird Bride. Rau' Z: Russell Biildocclii, Peter Susnitk, Ruhert Hickman. Arnold Piihst, Morris Miller, Don lawwenhein, filiuenie Yturririga, lrwin Keller. Rau' 3: Harold Goldstein, Don Yarhrnugh, Dick Sclionlield, XV1ilter Duncan, Lloyd Engelbrecht, junk Hurn. Herman lhrher. Don Engels. Hnrultl Boverman, Rohcrt Upp. Ruiz 4: George Brandt, Armen Yami- kigin, Bill Yerirsley. l.eRny Drivis ,Morton Tliosliinsky, jack Steinheriz. Ray Bander. Hill Monclrow, Bill Kaiser, Hill Lindlow. Ruiz' 5: Oleg Ohuhoif, Larry Larson. Alex Reiss, Ruheit Blake. Kflydu Fox. George Branson. Ruhert Siininiris, Whillv Rrnlort, Frank Frirqiorie, Arry Mant- , er- zivros. President hkaiv Inu Hansen, Vice President Dot Franks, Y, J Secretary Lotus Derry A i , 4 X "" nl! l l 1' I ,,'7lR'oi'i fir , 4'-ll' 1' if f i i V1 I PAGE SIXTY-SIX xi' Hlqh Juniors The first move the high juniors made as a class this term was to elect as officers: President Mary Lou Hansen, Vice-President Dot Franks, Secretary Lotus Derry and as executive council representa- tives, Beverly Clark, Evelyn Fricke and Roberta Krenkel. These otiicers met with the low juniors to plan for the Junior Day on April Zlst. The "kids" dressed as Uhicksf' for the event was Dog Patch Day. The service flag which they Presented the school in their first year has added how many more to its number, and several gold stars too. In the field of athletics, Frank Faraone, Norman .laekson and Ken EI! S S Mayor made up part of the one-thirty pound team. june Antipa, .laniee liroudy, , Beverly Clark, and Jeanette joue arc members of the Girls' Serviee Society. liditor el -U N E 4 5 the Eagle is Dick Briggs, and the business manager is 'laniee liroudy, who is also elub editor of the journal. Stanley Sadler of "Eddie Eagle" lame, is tlie art editor. Mrs, Wfilliamson and Mr. Morton, sponsors, are greatly responsilwle for tlieir fr , . suttess. Witli the s irit anl zest of the 'un' mrs, Hilltow tan rel' on gool lea lers Ulf, t, vb!-4- f bf' , P L l I l ' K K in the future. I i,1s!jL'fQ?4l.!V4- 7 y VA LDV!! S- if My S lil5CilS'l'RlliS .'.'5, .'5', Wi AfM lllfCilS'l'lillfS lilo, Ill, Ill Irvin I: I luarles lawlis, Nt-xille llnlw, ,ltirx lienedut, Ditk Ciardinei, Ifffut I: slatkie lleyrnan, Ana kkaillr l'ia1li.ua llaxltu, vllultues Iiutt, Mlmm 'query Aim, lqlA,,m,. 'lm lg,,,,,n. Artim, Rum-,ni IU, NU,-Mk, 15,11 Marporiel liettnerxyliey fl.lIli,l lzxelyriqlwnke, lxllllillll X utoi, Maitlia Ciiunin, llarnltl llannenlurstli, Run J: lzdxxard xxillillfl, XVillx.un Harris. H"F'll'll's' Rm lfQ"1fn's"1- 'WN' if H"l"'l'L' l'u'm""' ?h"lL'lf l.",I'l' Ili-ry lixlwlstme wfilit-V S,,,H,,,1 hm gmilh Multum Nulumk, ww- Harriet Oxlioin, Meiom linuyonklis, Rev.: lkrnntlolls, l'iantes Slant V ' ' ,' Q' L " f ' ' lv ' pulls, lrene llaitnett, l'at l.exxis, -lune Antlpa, Audley f elxesl, Annette nian rlmkstun, lirlll Slllllll, llaiix liusentlial, llun fampliell. Run' if Manatee, Run' if l.utille Val-ler, lillllllk Nxdltk, Rosalie turtles, llelen Ken I'lext-nliar, Bill llarper, XVIII Attlunsun, Nurrnan MiKmxn, Nm. -lnaknnson, janne l'uuudy, Geraldine llull, Arlene Kearns, -lean Kias- rnan Murk, iilenn lieirv. liiank lfaraone, Rulwert Usnlidotl, Al Ver- sitt. Sylvia Zeltler. liarliara liunar. leanne lilamliard. New -1: lletty liagen, XYVAIIEH Stellnian. Kun If George Brandt, Ray liell, Dun AIlll4'l'St'I1. DUVIN l-L'mlF':'. I-'lYI'illUl' DlllU1l'-1Qk- lflll-I ,l"l'Y'j"'1- HUUY flwwnv Hill Mklmn' I hkulw Dullmx flvdu Killlm' Km M-wmv Bartlay, ,lean Nltrllltt, Izvelvn Biekel, l,axnneCie14lel, llelen lxlmpmilm, Nlnluel lmdet Rtllvelt It-tl M luilte lfixse Razr' 5 ' llill lindlow Nirk D'1"'F"Y lim-nkx' IWW is D""'it'W D'4'm""'l'S- Ruth 1 mmhf limit Bull' " I ' ' ' F' ' A , Z ' ' I Bulwliie Atkinson, Dorotliy lxexsel, Pat tonant, lielxa Stein. flaire Deux oo, Mort Rlurslienskx, lack U lxeele, lzllxott Rudee, Harold Buckluv' DC1Pmm.cM,Cm,' Mullcl fhtulix Mlullyn Hlwmlml RUN. 5. Myers. lwu' 01 lztl l'lrnn. Nell Nunru. lark Stwnliffu. Bill lvllwlk lcan Welsh, Phyllis Palm, Nadine Arulieus, liettv lit-lg.ulfi, IJ.-lures tlxarles lauitlori, Iiaxid Moreau. Blumenthal, Velma Iirirksnn, lean lltmell, llettv fildlllltli. XY'initrt'd Parks, Kurt' 7: Mariorie Kun7, liarlwara Yenners, lean liakei, t arinella Stalvener, Pearl torreiis. P MGI' SlX'I'Y-SIEVFYN p ,A .Hf"i Alf!!! ' 'fix if t .I . , My -'12, J X14 J P544 'Q I ,f-I Rl2UlS'l'RY lf I1 lf Al Iiltmln l J WXVV Art Noratk, Bill l.indlms. Ed Flynn, Robert Dlude, la-fm loync, l.. Sauar, Ed l.efcuurt. 1 lrqllheld. ll! Iolm Bates. X ilulllenfeld, Ritliartl Silxerrnan lilllwul Crenrue Hrlndt Nun' 4 . ,gn XY't-znlwerg, Don lilumenleld, Seymour Mullen, llnlw Rasmussen, Tum MtGnwan, Retylalt. l'-ill Harper. Glen Oates. Hooper llrmn Mnstellv.-r, Ralph Numvwiteli, l,arl'V wake Mnllun, Ran' J: Bernard Fetuetarv lxvinu Pulaskv, NAtc l'rL-fule E lit-ulal PI'CiIQ,lEPl Albert Lit an REGISTRY IIS N-Z, DOH Rau' I, ,lean Zehlcv. Lorraine Srhulken, lI'CI1CljLll.ltlItll'l. Edith H-inner. Estelle Rando. Elsle Strauss, Helen lc-an Ciranat. -In Ann I am. Razz' J: Shirley Sutherland, B. Stockton. Marv jo Miles, Dorothy I.iddle, Marv Levy, Margaret Bruna. Barbara HllASL'l1liL'lLlCl', Run' 33 Corzine Gale, Gerry Fleckmzm, llc-ttv Britt, lane Fraser, Louise Don. anikran, 011 5: Art Rabcxx, lhsptlulding. i Lnw Juniors l .MVIS SIX'l'Y'l7IGlI'l' t c NMQLOW niors started the spring term by getting right into e C g which has become a traditional Low junior t ashington. Under the guidance of Mrs. Clayton, every registry took up the task of cleaning for at least one week of the term. The juniors bought and sold many bonds and stamps and did their part in putting the Minute Man Flag upon the flag pole. They participated in the junior Day program, and many talented students lent their services at assemblies. Albert Littman is presi- dent of the low eleven class, and also a member of the Eagle Society. His fellow officers are: vice-president, Beulah Spaulding, secretary, IIL 55 Ill? F LL '45 Irving Pulasky, rrntl executive council representatives, l,illinn johnson, Sherlee Levy, .intl l.orenC Schulken. Fostering the low elevens since their entrance into Wrrslringtorr are Mrs. Biekel .intl Mr. Vantlerlarm, the class sponsors. The results of all of their school projects have provetl that the juniors .ire honestly working. Their winning spirit is what nukes Vifzrslrington what it is totlrry. -QW. , l RIZGISTIKY 0,50 IIS A-M lfeinrrernurk, Virginirr llroxxn, Srrmrrrre Ciorrlnn, I.t'il.r llruh, his 'lf ' .r1, tl. Astrrtl XXI-ttrn, lzrnestrne Murphy. IC rr I' lirt.r llrrstnglrrr, Slrrrlee Levy, juan Sumski, Mrry Lhew. lrene if , Derrrrzur, llelen Klutlfmt, Gertrutle 'li.rlrrtlerru, l.cl.r Moss. Razr' J: C.11r'irl . . , ,, , ,U 5tlrrll.rtr, Violet lislrtiw, N.rtlrne llinxvrtz, Doris Livingston, Grltl: llliulsllm "1 Nl' W' l4I.rrrlx. Mnine l4lun1enth.rl, Mellm llrnverrnrrn. Beverly Boring. Run' is Ren' If Don lfrnrrrnn. Hurt XV.rrk, Hill lirgelrm, Al I.ittnr.rrr, .lulmi llrle Civrserrlrrrlt-r', Sgrrzu Berg, llcverlv Brine. Beulah Spnulrling, Ahhie Rhine. Peter Zel.rlitlr, Kim Prilnr. M.rrire Revill.r. Rfrrr' J: led Sutter. Arrst-rr, lirrt.r ll.rrvev, M4ir'tlr.i XYulrlr, Yl.1nefl1.1rnlwer's. Row 41 Doris Iloytl lonellr, NVrllr.rrn Cirrer. l3u.rne llirrwr, lrwrng Pulnsky, -I.r.'v Allen. lirvrrgrrne l7rllenh.rt'lr. Doris Owens, Doris Krnistnn. llorntlry Hrnrkrrmn, Ralph Munnxxrttlr. Ruiz is lioh XVeil, Marvin Silverrn.rn. Metfner, M.rrv Dwcss. l.utrllt' lnlrnson. Sue furtrs, lmrene Stlrulken. Glenn Brown. l.errn.ar'rl Cireemlor'ter', Minrroe lnlrrrson, XVrllr.rrn llrrnxn, Kun 5, lrv.irr iNl.lrDurr.rltl. l.rllr.m lnlr'1srmn, l..rurgi l.ee Spiro, Tlrerine Nnrrnrlrl hlrllerrrn. G7 004 Wg ,M-CIILJ l'Atili SIX'lY-NINI RlfCilhlRY ill N-L, 352, Li-5 IJH1: I: I..xuit-me Stein, Ruhert Pitlxt-ns, XV.1ll.ire Rolling, Kenneth Ure, 'lmld I .umll. l,.lll'ltli Relev. Etlxxrirtl Solonmn, Huh XX,'iener. Run' J: lien Rettor. llin Linttlielw, Rlmlldlal Pitlcens, Altin Penrm, Nelson Yee, litlxmitl ll.irlem. Smzilev K when. Denning Smith, Lligrrles lflarden. Run' 9: llill Angelley, vl.lck Gillmd, George frxmphell, Ted Stulle, Robert Kissitk, lhll Mu-ire, l5r.ink lul.llN17l'1tl. l-lsmhl Nelson, link Tixluv, ll.tlI'IN Arles, R.1v 'lir.1then. Run -4: lhgrtl Mithel. XVrxlter Noidquist, lmlx Stott. Rltllillll Less. l.el.lnd Musk, Rit'l14u'd Xvhitlen, Dumld jen- sen, Al Seh.lstl.m, Mnllgtel Ad.u!, All lhlisiltis. lfffrz' 5: Clifford Porter. Merle Dr.int1m.rn, Xxllllhllll Kinney, Russ Roherts, Alherl Fitter, XV.1lter Nerling, Edwin Slmpim, Lloyd Gr-istliel. l.a1u1'ente Zelger, Luk Allen, Rim' tw Hezherl Str-inet, Ibitlt Pe.irl, Kenneth lioriitk. Bill 'I'rugdun, Dirk Kelly, R45 fnllms, P.nrl Smith, Dun Meiglmn. Huh lk-tlxer. Dim ll.rntotlx. HIGH l0 315-501-510 Ibn' I: M.irv Smith. M.iii.ui l.lIllcS, fl.inr- Mt-tleiios, Muse F.iilL-y, M.1rilxn llnntt-r. Peugv Smith, Namtte l.lIlAlL'Ill3Lltllll, 'l'h.il1n Angel. Mririzur Pzilglsky, I.u Ann Yettt-1. lliisv hliuietti, liude Stmuss, -luytt' Sirniurns. llruhzrin Menwr. Rffzr' 2: Esther james, li.rrh.u.i Gmvson, Nicki Vckshin. Lutille Angenent, Mziye Tlieodtwelm, ,liitkie Hitks, Sally l"rr1mn, Anna lnipritinqr, Frances Lzlndatu, P.tt Ruud, Elurnor Duhgither, Suni.1 l'fmZi1i.rkutl, El.iine Erriclason, N.mt'v Rlese, Cvertrutle Klcerlmn. Run' 3: xlerin Parker, Helen Rndey. Mumn Chiveils, -I.1tqueline Cohen, Bulwhie Shemrd. ,lnsie Kotk, ,lmkie Sloan, Jllnute l..lntlen, B.ul111x'.u Xlililson. P.1t llmery, hlilltlrl Xlifeidler. Ruseinuie Fmhei. ,leginette Har- shzm. Razz' -4: Pzttsy limes, Durotliy Speyer, Helen Hertel, 'loan l.ngns.l, Qlzrckie Maimone. Silly Dunning, M.1ry Delgmlo, PM Harmon, Bnrh.ir.1 Angel, Noreen Love, Ruth Letliner, Mrtrv Collins, jolmnngt Howgxrd, K.iy Bynrd, Plmehe Nichols. Run 5: H.irriL-t Rriplmel, Crteliri Shun, ll41rh.rr.r Krartt. Flurente Pezner. lXl.ligg.1ret Delelizinty. Lois Reid, M.i:, uqiret Lrrrson, Dorvtliv Ratleliwitli, lmllist Rayne. Run' 6: jenn Amr, Marv Ruse Cirilxez, Clt-mentin.r l'etmt'tlii. C1lm'i.1 Lent. Irene Nuns, Hulwilrn Mtliee, Al.inet Luhmever, Cilnriai Kerr, Cnipi llmn Hemk. Roheitrl Green, C .unlle Drontield, Arlene Pile. ll.ul11ir.r C'.uter, Nffn' ' J Alite Hgmu, ,leur Mile-ron, M.ut'i.t Hit-nner, NtYI'Ill.l lhlullxnei, M.iry Stogin. Beverly Hillg.1im'e. Yite Piesitlent P.rt llrnurv, SCkICf.ll'V Bexerly Lyon, President Gus Ixlorggin High Snphnmnrns For two terms now, Rl certain group of students known as the high soph class has proved itself outstanding in spirit and energy. It has been one of the leading classes in school Competition. The xl sophs bought honds and stumps, collected old clothes, paper, gath- ' ered ash trays and broom-stick handles for the Red Cross, and l . . put themselves all out for victory. The high sophs Chose as their spirited otlicers, President Gus johnson, Vice-President Pat Emery, Secretary Beverly Lyon and men sEvnNTY 1 1 d l L ctt and Marjorie Bunklcy are photogrrpher intl EL 5 S ecutive owl m iii s rrnning, Harold Haugey and josephine Koch. i llyi e ' . . ' ' ' A . ' 2 ' a Q S t . . J . X X 1 U N E ,46 . portwd or f Tspcctrwely. Gus ohnson rs a member of th: Eag Ciety. - I 0-1 'LK Miss 1 ' us are sponsoring the class that is fast becoming Q the mos ' a in ington. All the goals which they achieve now will make it easier r class members to continue their spirit into their senior year lllGH IU l5R-125-155 Kurt' I: 4 o i Hon Audley jrlnson Ioix Ill Marilyn Stewart, Beverly johnson. Ruiz' 2: Gloria Hammer, Marjorie liunkley. liarlxara Rester, Margot Simon, Pat Berg, Sylvia Wleinegar, Charlotte Shriner, jean Pekraman, Athena Kalrrnos, Mary Anker. Rau' 3: Pris- trlla lirnery, Maxine Levinson, Dorothy Pottineer, janet Lark. Chris Spanos. lletty Shepherd, Sharon Burnett, joan Shemanski, Dolores Herring, Dorothy Iitlwartlx, Rau' -4: l.orra1ne'l'onelli, Elizaheth Frank, Hetsy Ross. lleulah Billingsley, t .rrmel Aherne, ,lean Taylor, Pearl Toy, lfvelvn Lotkett, Ruth XVartla, Leatrite liastman. Rffrr' 5: Loretta Thomp- son, lietnatline Wfrlhur, Enitl Davis, Alrte Rav, Harlsara Moore, Mil- tlretl I anata, Violet Howell, Evelyn Stevens, Betty Farnsvvortlt. Rau' 6: Crloria Kugler, I.ors Kreuver, Patricia Mt! ollin, Gloria Hoffman, Dorothy Holden, Yvonne larohs. Ioseplrine Narkovith. Georgia lull tk, jenne ig, 1 r J , . .' Lrssa, Mirsky, Martha Azimoxv, joyte Blair, lievetly Peterson, janet ,""4 lilitrlS'l'RllfN I-ll toi ill A M Run' I: l.a7ar' Sommer, llolw Allen, Ioe XVllitlev, john Ciiosso, Stewart Feltlstein, George flernens, Donalel Lamp, Kenneth lleinl. Row J: jim Dixon, Rrtlrartl Pitkerrs. Steve Kahn, ,Ieronre lirietlman, Donald Latlerque, Creoige toltlorrgh, Paul Smith, Mike lrnhrranr, Allretl Ciarihaltli. Ron' l: Rolwert XxilI1kllL'll, Martin Colin, lioluelt llotlson. Darrel jones, Larrresrte Retler, john Morgan, jatk Kalman, lfarle Lowart, Don Lewis. Ron' ,JJ Don Potter. lrxxrn XVolk, li, Mklrallir, lirll Mel allrster. Norman Delyus, joe lleietk, Dene Stratton, George Villaroman, joe W'einher'ger'. Noir' 5: llarl llilwson, lirll liaritlan, ,lim Fletther, Ditk Vogel. R. lflernruing, Dirk Ash, llaroltl llarrgey, lxrng liverett, Bert Silver, Don Stlirager. Rorr' 6: Rolwert Orr, Don Meyer, Ronald Lager. Cius johnson, Davitl Drlg, Frank Arietta. Max lloseit, Dr llttr Dt rn Drskrr vlrs Nolrnrn lltnri Merton Mentlell, Rau' ': Rex Brooks. . YL' L' , '. . '. 4 l PAGE SEVENTY-UNI LOXV I0 205-126 A-lXl Rau' I: Anna Likas, Natalie Blum, ,lean jaeohsen, joyte Chavez, Marie M-Cullum, Gloria Arago, Virginia Lewis. Sylvia Jacobs, Maxine Feld- xtein. Run J: Rosalie Borden, Eleanor Milovich, julia Augustinovith, Marlene Novak, lionstante XVyne, Pat Holmes, Bernice Israel, Norma lfisse. Nun' 4: jaequeline Kemp, janiee Binder, Shirley Newton. Bev- erly Baxutl, Valerie Radehold, Veronica lvanoif. Virginia Knapton, I'.itiiii.i Harris, Lois Tenney. Razz' 4: Pat Lewis, Barbara jean Meyer, Erhart, Eleanor Lowenthal. Rau 7. Patty Small, ifeeilia Ulfelder, K niinne Harrington. lean Ostrander. Pat Gillispie. RIIGISTRIES 313, 515 A-M Ruiz' I: Sheldon Frankel, Truman McDaniel, Mero Dahl, Melvin Siegel, Bob Garharino, Russ Eldridge, Harold jack. Rau' 2.' Bob Dun- ian. Forrest flondrott, Hill Goldberg. james Gillett, Bob Buehre, Gordon Yates, Floyd Harris. Ro11'3:j. -I, Doran, Bill Klinger. Phillip Hoehn. Huh Fitlhenry. Run' -+5 Bruce Frey, Kenneth llorglieldt, Holm it-Ida lllumenthal, 'lheodora Decker, Mary Ann Davidson. Mary Euklmtf. Yue Plesiilent Rirligud White, Secretary Rosalie Borden. President Lawrence Lash Ln Suphnmnres When the High Nines came to visit Washington just before their graduation from junior high, they seemed frightened and out of place. Upon entering the low sophomore class, they quickly '--mm. f s--Q-......., Mmm.-AN F6583 adapted themselves to the way of all i'Hilltoppers." As a matter of fact, some of the little girls became so engrossed as socialites that it became hard to distinguish them from the juniors and sen- iors. After they became accustomed to the huge expanse of Wash- ington, they elected as class officers: President Lawrence Lash, ' Mi F SFX' F NTY-TXYO Vice-President Richard Waite, Secretary Rosalie Borden and Executive Council IIL 55 UF F LL '45 Q of the Eagle. members, Ira Berman, Janice Binder and Barbara Spector. Priscilla Small, following in her sister's footsteps, has already made a name for herself by winning second place in the john Paul jones Contest and third place in the Native Sons' contest. Priscilla and Cecilia Ulfelder are co-advertising managers As a whole the low sophomore class enrolled in Waslmirigtori has the line qualities I of spirit and loyalty, which uphold the high traditions of our schogko x, If 6161 1 Q ffff- JA , .-- ' .7 'I - k.,f7r'- ,jgfvjj ' K, L! f,:71Q' di LOW IU sis NZ 5:41 RHII' I.' Rnliaitl Spaigu, Bill Wilsiwn, l7ouL1lasRelnl1art,J1lCk Rctlinan, Bob Stein, xhillllllllll Statlfeldt, llob Satk, Aldo Casanova, Iiclward Ben- neilette. Run .'.' David Arrilaga, james King, jack Brunton, Denny Reagan, Ray johnson, ,lerry Rosenberg. Mark Guiber, Humber! Ostrago. li'ffu' 'I.' Norman Staines, Frank Israel, Milton Kestner, Richard Waite, lfretlernk. XVorthenn, Goldberg, Vittor Sawtlon. George Furness. Rau' -J: lra Berman, Milton Rhine, Peter Levy, Stanley Goldsmith, Robert Snkex, Adrian Poster, lerry Prager, Maurice Kock, Leonard Natotl, XValterli1ll. UJXV lt! Jlo NZ ill Rau' I.' Laura Shea, Barbara Spector. Donna Statloid, ll.nbai'a Ross, Helen Veyon, Marion Ollers, Mary Toscll, lieveily fonrznli. Run' J: Evelyn Klechamo, Peggy Vartli, liva Ogden. Roberta Parsons, Dolores Forbes, Maria Wilsfvn-Wzllkc-r, joan Fitzrneyer, Ruth Murray. Run' 3: Yvonne Pigriet, Sylvia Jacobs, Marian Pinxley, Phyllis liaunatyre, Barbara Baumherger, Lael Wyatt, Barbara Stone, Pa! Oliphant, Bar' bara Alden. Rau' -is Anna Marie jahn, Gloria Mulley, Gloria Nargara, Evelyn Miglian. Gwen Tucker. Marvia Hilbum, Nainuie 4 luistopher- son, Constance Young, Suzanne Nephew, PAIZIE SliVl2N'l'Y-'l'l IREE I w , , . I' 'Y ' vw. -w J Q MIXIQD I HURAI. K' 'I I" NI"'If'I M'MI"IA"'- IIQUII I"'lI-VII, IL'-HI. UHIIQIIIY. Hu Iiiyiiy Iinllx Aiiiiiiwzm. Iflxim Iimuv, Iinl.x Klum-i, -:flu XVIII- IWW D "X""II""- ANN -I'.I1'-I"LIIf.I"lWfI IWIIIL'III!1LII1I1HtIi.1i11. Ii,li'In1i.i I .aiu-i, iii-:lip .'XIxi'v. Iii-Itx Iliiiii. lzriiiiiil fimlxi. I.iiIN1u 5X.iII.uL, Ihuiilillly Mvtfmi. Kiwi If Ii-iii Ilulniiilwiir Y.uigIui1 'ImvI.11i.iix, IMII XXmy.Ix'.iuI, ,1iIv.ii.i Nlikiiiiliiik, IxiiII1 lliritli, lim Kmiiiiiiw, III ' Y.li1 IIiwI4L', Riiiwil 'I,II.lIl1. RMI: -If TNI-I Ki nl mm XX . Itii link IMI' II,iiix,1I,.ik IiiIlm-nil, I R + u s f, ,J "M X I ff Q. -' C' -Y" I lIxIIlQlJIlL1i vim Is JI II II mm, ' H ' I -ff rv? A L mu LIL A I . , lea nies " A L '. 1' ' my i IC 0 L si Q, 'I'1mLuIi I'iiniii1I.1." XVASII- iugtoifs music ilcpnrtincnl "sci the nil' with musii Iuixiwly ringing" during thc Spring trim. And. from the gxppiuiiitivc reception Iwy cntlmuf siastic .1uiIicnccs, the idea, to Iurtlmcr quote thc Iw.1II.uI, wax "Ihr from wrong." Cilgul in their wine-iolorcil rolws, members of the mixui ulioir, umIcx tI1ciIirci'tioi10f Mrs. Myrtle' Swanson, ilcliglitui Iislci1ci's.1I thc 'I'c.1iI1crs' Institute ami the gI'.lxILI.IIIOD tL'I'L'lIIOIIICS .is wi-II Ax git I'i'csiiIiu. Ruins KIIIII N f IIUIIAI, li' fi 1' 'Xinliry Iulifix-mi, l'.uIy Inu Ifi.xi1I,,vIi-Yin' 5ii1m!.ui lfi,1ii- KIi.ul1.uI-vilil.1i1. Iirilx IX-I I.ulLIlw, M.iiu.1iiI II IIILX Pit I L I I XIIHII XX II Ii ii Xilix Ixi mis lim KIM I ix Pitwx Iii ix I'iis.iIIi vu-. . It QI. Iiyiii ,un N, . . '. L-il ui, 'ff ' jf i'. fp. 3 . .mu , . ,ur I . I I 'X Iimlx' IIxIiixIiImpiiIu.VI.ii1L'I.uxi1xL'YL'I'.fiiilII,1fI1.lpm.1l1,II.lillutfIxlwiii, Ruiz 4: I.1iI.ii1 .Iuiwy IIi.iIi.i .-Xiixl.iwf iulw I'1l IIIIII Hll I HX Ixvuilii I'Iti1i1x Mifnllum Ailin Xliliitmli I'IiiiIu Nuh lx IMI iii ul iki 'i.. I Xl I NIX'I:NIXfIHl Ii dr VAL Sa Il usil: Ml 1 ' i li l fl . xslt, ,intl Aptos ,lunior fHigli Mammals. Cllcnr, young Mllulc solcinn gixitlutitcs ll1.lI'tllL'nl slowly tlown tliu voices ot' thc Ciirlswgritl giyluv Jinlwinctl tp bri K guslc of thc Opt-r.1 House on Vlunc IO, XY'iisliington's plciisurc to listcnc ' at thi Qtr i1T21lyf.' ' 5 Cir! uxccllcnt orclicstixt L'.lI'l'lCLl on trgulition by pl.1ying tlic tion's litltitxitioniyilcck LJL ran asf! its .tt our gm is stirring "Po1np guitl cilI'L'LIl11Sl1lllLL'.H l"'f'S4"1'fKlyllf P cm' lm Gow 'l Jlnlol High Clulminiiting thc tcrins musitiil iuliicvciiicrits w.ts Sllmolx If i f l il' M at ncvcr-to-be-forgotten concert which Iicltl Xlifitslling- Umlcr 'Hia urpibl v itlimcc of Qi ilrion Knott, lonitins spcllbountl. 'l'l1c two talcntctl solo artists were tlic R.O.'l'.CQ. B41 ul gtlinctl rccogni ion its one of the lfrctlcriquc Cirtulwolil, it giftt-tl harpist, gintl lflortt Luc lincst in tlic city. It .ultlctl mutli to thc spirit of the gtunc ttntl bo tlrivc rtillics by playing thc lively strilins of sclcctul znnrclics ttntl otlicr universal llivoritcs. to lmxc tlic lmunl plgty for its promotion cxcrri During litlutiition W7ccl4, tlic llllltl also iniulc Ll lin showing wlicqn it pcrlormctl at tlic Parent-'lbgttlicrs Assot i4ition's progriun. lx'ffu If Dorutliy Ritluluuk, l.oix 'liCIll1L'Y, M.lig.il v 1 r Rubcnstcin, nn tiuoinplislictl pianist. ntl- Excr-popul.u' mclotlics ot' lfriinl, XX!2lgIlL'I', tuitl Al- lvcniz wr.-rc pl.1yul by thc stliool orclicstrn, untlcr thc baton of Mr. Knott, wltilc Mrs. Swanson tlircutctl thc Mixctl Clliorus .intl Girls' Cill0I'.ll group in wcll-loxul Un April li, Prcsitlio junior High wus privilcgcnl ' Ak sclcttions. SLS. ' Q Sponsorctl by tlic wry .utivc Musit C lulw, tlic sun'- tcss ol' tlic concert may bc truly inc.1surctl by tlit- liigli priusc of tlic plcglsctl tttulicncc. ORC HIZSTRA rt Isuson, Htiilw.ti.i lcnlxins, Rolwuit XVcil, Sliult-x' Sutlu-il.tntl. Ann.1 out. Ruiz -.' line H.unilton, hlitli Hotfncr, -lc.in Ostmntlcr, ,lt-.us Lttobst-ii, Rmyinuiul llnitu.-ltl, lloxmlitl Potts, mllt lbitklxttgui Bc L R l liummi n luxis li tt Alunc I ukci. Run K: klquk K.ilni.m, liuin WU ', ' ' 'H . , 'vurlyt,lur', 1ti.ut i1g,lDo .- ',IX ,Kno . y wr 0' Ml . 9 lf' N I'i' X till SliX'liN'lLY-l"lXl wtf PAGE SEVE NTY-SIX BROUDY BRIGGS XVEIKEI. o BYERS FISHER SHAPIRO 0 SARLUND 0 SHEURERMAN ROBB GROSS SLE STAFF The "grapevine" of a high school is its newspaper and the "Eagle,' is no exception. Students of the Wash- ington journalism class are constantly striving to attain perfection in putting the everyday happenings of the student body and faculty into print. Heading the staff as editor was Dick Briggs. The "Wl1irligigs," a strictly gossip column, was written by last term's sports editor, Barbara Weikel. "Susie High School" was written by Priscilla Small. This column described what the well dressed Wasli- ington girl was wearing and nominated a girl of the month. The list of our former Wzlshingtonians now in the service is ever growing larger, so we had a column devoted to them, written by Freda Byers. The photographer was Evelyn Lockettg Business Manager Janice Broudyg Advertising Manager Beverly Gross, assisted by Priscilla Small and Cecelia Ulfelder. Seeing that the student body is 100 per cent in Eagle dues was Circulation Manager Elinor Sheurerman. This is a list of our editorial and business staff, but it shouldn't be forgotten that every student in Mr. Onni XYf'ilson's journalism class had an active part in bring- ing to you each issue of "The Eagle." l A F-iii ill 1-I X ' iiiiiE!!!!i 6 , iid!!! . .' IQ!-I ' 1 ii::.i I , M..- . ..,, D 1 59 AF2 .l'IJUl3lN!-lL 5 T A F F 'l'he Surveyor is a recording of two terms' events: sports, drama, clubs, a true picture of all student body activities. Last term the editor was Borden Rosenbaum, as- sisted by Faye Pasch as director of publications. This term Dorothy Doughty is editor, assisted by: Art Editor Stan Sadler, Photographic Editor Evelyn Lockett, Graduate Editor Freda Byers, Drama Editor juanita lfisherg Janice Broudy, clubs and activities, Ed Shapiro covering ROTCg Business Manager Ro- berta Robb, and Advertising Manager Beverly Gross. Thanks are extended to Mr. Onni A. Wilson, jour- nalism adviser, who aided in the production of this journal, and Miss Marie Kirwin, senior sponsor, Miss E. Parsons, Miss H, Tobriner and Mr. George Mullany, who planned everything. Here it is, students, all the work completed, we hope you like it. ROSIENBAUM DOUGHTY SADLER 0 L01 KE'l"l' PARKS o BUNKLEY MYERS IOHNSON ROHB GROSS PAGE SEVENTY-SEVEN l Anderson l Barrv Bentley' Cfhamberlain Dnlv Devlin Easszt Foster Gleglmrn Gordon Grcgoriex' Grigsby Hall lohnson Iohnson lohnson Kaplan Mallett Mandler Maniscnlto Mirantle Moore Morgan Polonskv Pudlmx ski Slmw Silen Suulcs Suslow Swanson l T W If XWWW ll ATV . WWW? E a l 77 ,wilt II i le t y Wifi! if U Wiiq i U d the a le sp rship of Mr. eorge gner, de. of boys t e Eagle Society finished a term of lau ter, gale and service in an all-around Wfashington spirit. Low Senior Jack Anderson has served as president for two terms. His officers in the Fall of 1943 were Vice-President Felix Ordoquihandy and Treasurer Dave Bentley. In the Spring of 1944 other heads are PAGE SEVIZNTY-EIGHT Vice-President Dave Bentley and Treasurer Erskine Shaw. The past two terms have been very successful for the Eagles. Much of the credit must go to this society for the splendid work its members have done for Wash- ington. Spirit flares high throughout the Eagle Society and membership. This is reflected in the entire student body. .swf-E2 Antiba Armstululex Baker llr Ill llrnudv livers f lrarnlwers flank fultlx llislmiulis D1-uulitx latter lfzates llamlltun llclcili Hull lime l,lndse'v Memes Nielson Past Ii Pavne Periv Seiillun Cjlllljfalllf LJl,'I'UfjU1l In fl7C'fI' h1.fl?.l' lm fmzfveed live rvnri nf lime girly in the jim! year. IIIIPVOIV' ,I.l-iwnix ment in .fcfvfmf llmmfe but been lmfed 411' the Wcikfl NX ll f , s I X ' f 1 I ...AQ- G i r l s ' 5 George Wfashington members of the Girls' Service Q4 'Wm . ADL: Society are sporting pins and scarlet and gray caps for a fine variation of many services done. These girls make up a part of the backbone and spirit of W2lSl1lHgt0H. Through the efforts of their leaders, Fall term 19115 President Constance Trigonis, Vice-President Dorothy Doughty, Secretary lfred Byers, Spring Term 1911 i President Reva Baker, Vice-President Ann Curtis, and Secretary Marian Perry, successful terms of activities re.e11.'t nf Meir .lic'l'I'ft'L'.Y ir! nzlliex and f1.r.fe11lblie.f. rvice Snciet were accomplished. As a group the girls collected tin foil, kept the lunchrooms clean, ran the elevator, ush- ered at assemblies and ran errands in the school. Under the guidance of Miss Eleanor jackson and Miss Eleanor Parsons, the society reached the goals for which it strove in the past year. Under capable sponsorship and student leaders, G.S.S. has become the goal of all W1lSlllDgfOD girls. PAGE SliVlfN'l'Y-NINI' 'Tnntliqht Fever" Nlfootlight Fever," the fall term play, brought a new Shirley Temple, Barbara Mermel, and her sub- missive beau, Alec Ross, to an appreciative audience. Harriet Berman walked away with the laughs of the evening. Student actors participating were Norma Tott, Rosalie Miller, Juanita Fisher, Dick Foster, Astrid Wettin, Arnold Kohn, Nancy Payne, Tim Courtney, and Rudy Behlmer. The stage manager was Rita Kol- ler, and the property manager, Elinor Sheuerman. lltlelle Memes, Dun I hamberlain and Rosalie Miller broadcast "Wliix Got Yap, Mr. President?" Jean Fraser and Margee Legeas talk with Don Austin of CBS "The Fiqhlinq I.itlles" A veritable madcap comedy, "The Fighting I.ittles," proved the so-called members of the "green room" very versatile. It was highly successful. Don QDonald O'ConnorJ Chamberlain and Pete Zelalich left their mark upon the fairer sex in the audience. Members of the cast were Beulah Spaulding, Margee Legeas, Tim Courtney, Melba Braverman, Rita Kroner, Rosalie Mil- ler, Barbara Mermel, Jacqueline Wallace, Shirlee Grau- bart, Dick Foster, Rudy Behlmer and Irwin Eisenstadr. Q Drama, Uratnrs, Broadcasts On April 2-ith the final recording of "Who Got Yap, Mr. President?" was made by the students of the pub- lic speaking class at the KQW studio. Under the capable leadership of Miss Josephine Rausch, dramatic director, and Mr. George G. Mullany, script writer, the program was declared a success. The story dealt with the Japs acquiring possession of the island of Yap and what happened as a result of this. Not to be outdone by our "radio stars," Orators Dick Foster, Priscilla Small, Edwin Shapiro, and Rosa- lie Miller, and Debaters Jules Zentner, Charles Coul- man, Burton Greenberg and Marilyn Colman, made .1 hne showing in the various tournaments throughout the city. Dick Foster competed in the William Randolph Hearst John Paul Jones Oratorical contest and won second place in the divisional contest, first place for city and bay area, second in state in the American Legion contest. John Blauer portrayed Richard III and Tim Court- ney portrayed Catherine in the annual Shakespearean contest and brought further honor to Washington. The Mask and Gavel Club was organized and oth- cers for the term were Dick Foster, president, Burton Greenberg, vice president, and Don Chamberlain, sec- retary. Members included Charles Coulman, Jules Zentner, Alec Ross, Gerry Small and Blossom Bien. Victory Corps broadcasts found Dick Foster as an- nouncer and Barbara Weikel, script writer. Students participating in the weekly broadcasts were Don Cham- berlain, Dorothy Doughty, Juanita Fisher, Clark John- son, Walter Link, Rosalie Miller and Anita Weiman. men mmirv-own CSF Rau- I: Natalie Blum, Barbara Ross. Grace Kachadourian, Rita Buscaglia, Shirlee Levy, Betty Kahn. Martha Azinow, jean Azar, janet Levit, Ann Vorst. Row 2: Roberta Parsons, Laurence Stein, Mero Dehl, Melvin Seigel, Steve Kahn, 3. ..--1- b james King, jacqueline Cohen, Margaret Bruna, Mary jo Miles, Constance Hartung, Rau' 3 .' Dorothy Lidtlle, Nelda 1,-TiI.'.',Q11, .B If u Bernhard, Marian Perry, Ruthmary Thompson, Sally Dunning, Marian Arthur, Gertrude Brill, Phyllis Pabst, Arlene " Mclntosh. Sylvia Figenbaum. Ron' -3: Harris Ades, Edwin Shapiro, Harold Simon, Richard Less, Walter Bordquist. l Run- 5: Sidney Suslow, Walter Link. Barbara Weikel, jerry Malmquist, Howard Martin, Ernest Paige, Hans Donner. 1 Run' 6: XVesley Hicks, Marc Gropper, joe Lavigne, George Gleghorn, p X A Presi lent Gleghorn Viceklhesiclent Link 'I' fa vw 'XOs Secretary Grripr-er i l 'SAM . ' C I - -. oi mm 5 I I I High scholastic standing among the city's schools has never been unusual at Washington, but if this term's membership in the CSF is any indication of the brain power, as we know it is, then Washington is becoming a school for geniuses. Sponsored by Miss Eleanor Parsons and Mrs. Gates, the California Scholar- ship Federation is the l'Phi Beta Kappa" of high school. Membership is ob- tained by getting a total of ten points on your report card, three "A's" and one "B" for the term. If you think that's hard remember that a life membership requires this same average for four terms, including one term in the senior year. As usual the officers, George Gleghorn, president, Walter Link, vice-presi- dent, and Mark Gropper, secretary, did a super job. Not only were the serious duties such as coaching and working on the program committee carried out success- fully under these capable officers, but the CSF dance held in the library was one of the most successful social events of the year. Perhaps the coaching job done by CSF members was the most useful of the term. Every morning bright and early the "CSF'ers" were busy explaining every subject from English to physics to fellow Washingtonians who were in difhculty. Another important duty of the CSF is to assist Mr. Bruce Bartholomew, chair- man of the program committee, in seeing that Washington students find them- selves in their proper classes. PAGE EIGHTY-TWO '--mg. fn'-rw! ISF PROGRAM COMMITTEE Run' I: Shirley Levy, lmrriiint- Asnaid, Marilyn Close, Marian Arthur, Barlura llhl. Nelda Bernhard, Margaret lhuna. llomtlry Liddlc. Ron' 2: Cfonstante Hartung, Mary jo Miles, Marian Perry, Gertrude Brill, Anna Vorst. Sylvia Figenhaum, Doris Supp. Ruta' 3: Sidney Suslow, Margaret Peterson, Ernest Paige, li. l.. Dye, lllimhetli Harwood. Rnu' JI joe Lavigne, George Gleghorn, Marc Gruppcr, Hans Donner. CSF COACHES Rim' I .' janet Levit, Zoe Apostnlides. lletty Kahn, Melda Bernhard-.Betty Spaulding. Sally Dunninl.:.ff0r1Sl1lf1CC HMKUMZ. Steve Kahn. Run' 2x l.arry Stein. Margaret Peterson, Edith Wleitzner, Harris Ailes, Gertrude Brill, Betty Lou Dye. Run' 1: Mzirk Gropper, Bob Tatam, Harold Simon. Edxxin Slmpiro, Earl Goldsthmidl. These are but two illustrations of the work of this Witli the Haming torch as their guide, the Wash- distinguished organization. They are things which may ington members of the California Scholarship Feder- not seem important, yet without them school would not be quite so cheerful or quite so pleasant. ation are holding high the light of learning which shall never lose its brilliance. This year's lite members are: Sidney Suslow Zoe Apostolides joe Lavigne Anna Vorst Marion Arthur George Gleghorn Barbara Allen Phyllis Seidkin Art johnson Bill Silen Constance Hartung Louise Nabaldian jack Ginsberg Edwin Bly Al Ostroft Marian Perry Teresa Groger Gertrude Brill Constance Trigonis Robert Martin Hebert Mandler Harold Polonsky PAGE EIG HTY-THREE III. B5 AN IJHBANIZ TIU SOLD WAR BONDS AND STAMPS FOR TRI-Y SOCIAL SERVICE XVAR BONDS AND STAMPS Rffu' 1 5 llaihara Haylor, -loyL'eC.ll.1veZ, Eleanor Davis, Charlotte Leeper. Doris lavingston, Nadine Horwitz, Frances Landau, Mareia Abraham. Sally Dunning. Ru1i'2:Rit.1 Koller, Marilyn Ruclce, Barhara Kresteller. Margaret Bruna, Helen joakinson, Martha Hancock, Neltla Bernhard, Ellen Heieuk, Martin Cohn. Kell' 3: ElC1lI'ltll'vUCSIl'1lILIl, Shirley Ballcw, Eleanor Parac, Frances Fischer, Doris Sopp, Roherta Krenkel. Lorene Sthulken. Rithaitl K umming, Glenn Berry, Carl Goltlsehmidt. Ren' J: Erskine Shaw, Frank Faraone, Dave Bentley. Rithard Silverman, Al I.ittman, Fietleriuk XVont1, XVill Atchinson, Herman Barber, L. Sagan. Hoxxartl Porn, Frank Gordon, john Daly. Run' 73 Ken Flexenhar, Burl Daxis, ,lack Steinberg, Ricliartl Grigshy. loc Lavigne, Gunther lust, Marvin Braumtein. Howard Payne, Rudy Behlmer. Ruiz' 6: Arry Mantyoros, XVally Renlort, Bill Yearsley, jack Hanley, Tom jow, Rollin Lowe, Ditk Mallett, Don Geisen. Steve Hyman, ,laik Anderson. INSIDE TRAFFIC Run' I: ,lack Glcntlon, Betty Kohn, Frances Fischer, Nick Vckshin. PAGE IlIGI'ITY-FOUR DIRECTED YOU UP ON UP DOWN ON DOWN GOT YOUR NICKELS DIMES QUARTERS Ruiz' 2: Lloytl Engelhratht, Hill Yearsley, Rolwert Simmons, Myron Dunn, Harry Rosenthal. TRI-Y Rare 1: Lotus Derry, june Antipa. Margie Legeas, Roherta Robb, Ellen Heieck, Doris Thulin, Sue CIurtiS, Margaret Peterson. Rell' 2: Barbara Rester, Mary ffahal, Phyllis Wilkerrrnn. Ginger Markel, Mary Belton, Ann Curtis. Bev Clark, Bernice Lindsey. TICKET SELLERS Ron' I: Phyllis Wilkersivn, Bev Clark. Juanita Fisher, june Antipa, Annette Manasse. Sherlee Levy. joan Sumski, Lotus Derry, Barhara Lester. Barhara Hirschfeltler. Razz' 2: -lack Anderson, Roberta Robb, Ellen Heieck, jackie Wfallate, Betty Berg. Melva Braverman, Martha Azimow, Etlris XVaite, Dori: Lipsey, Ron' 3: john Daly. Ginger Markel, Lorraine Foltlen, Margee Legeav, Frank Faraone, Trevor Martin, Ilill Yearsley. Herh Patnoe, Erskine Shaw, Rohin Hermanson, Mary Belton. Ron' 4: Dick Grigsby, Jack Zukerkorn, joe Maniscaleo, George Miranda, Dave Bentley, Donald Koch, Bob Barry, Wally Renfort, Ken Mayor, Bill Secor, George Pallviny. EL B5 AND URBAN TIU BRAIN S AND PATIENCE NEEDED 1 559 liiggf OUT YOURNWE BMX, VIEWS PARLEZ vous FRANCAB QUH LHESS KLUB Run' I: Peter XVelss, Harold Simon, flarlus Parris, l.C1lll.lIll Beger. MOTION PICTURE PROJELTORS Run' I: Donald Meiglmn, l"larry Rosenthal, Jerome Melvin Siegel, Friedman, Dnn Srhrnger, Billiard Less. Rffu' J: David Ball, I.elimd Musk, Harold Sinzir, l'lCl'IIlllI1 Kleemeyer, karl Guldxchinidt. FRENCH CLUB Rau' 1: Irene IMJITUAIU, Nnnelte llndenluuin, Eleixnor Davis, Beverlie FUTURE TH ESPIANS ENTERTAIN EAGLES Bnring, Bnrrlmrzl Wilsirn, Beverly Petersnn, ,I.iniie l.nnilen. Be.mu'e Snlml. Rau' 2: Flu Harris, Truale Simms, Anne Herrington, PM lfilily. Gerry BlCCl1Il11lFl, Beulah Billingsley, Durirtliy Hnlrlen. Run' 'l.' Gl4iri.1 Huffinxm, Kinrnlyn FKHISCUI, Tlienne Funnemzxrk, Suunne Cinrilun, Astrid Wfettin. MASK AND GAVEI. Raw I: Barlmra Kraft, Anim wlkllllilll, Dun fll.lI11l'rCllillI1, Rosalie Miller, Lily Berger, Marilyn Minky. Run' 2: Pll5Llll.l Snmll, l'liglrleS Luulmnn, Edwin Slmpim, Dirk Pinter. PAGE IEIGHTY-FIVE EL B5 AN URBAN TIU HARD WORKERS EASE WORK FOR YOUR PLEASURE RAUS MIT HERR HITLER! SURVEYOR CQIRC ULATION STAFF Rau' 1: Mrirvin Brriunstein, Mrrriorie Brinkley, Cietilirr Ullelder, Mitt Gntely, Bob Barry. Melbrr Bruivermun, Doris Lipsey, Miriam Victor, Lnvonne Gertlel, jurinitgi Fisher, Xwinilretl Prirks, Marilyn Rudee. Brrrbnrri Huylor. Row 2: Mriry Belton, Rober't.i Robb, joy McMurthie, Vida Mrxgpiong, Beverly Boring, Bev Gross. RALI.Y COMMITTEE Row I: Erskine Shaw, Hrrrriet Bermrin, Bobbie Nevins, jenn Fitter, Betty Henri, C.l:irk johnson. Rau' 2: Rudy Behlmer, Bob Barry. jiitk Anderson. Frank Gordon, jack Zukerkorn, GERMAN CLUB Rau' 1: Beverly johnson, Martha Azimow, Kay Newue, Ruth Steen, Gertrude Kleemzin, Elizabeth Frank, Nicki Vekshin, Louise Granlfs, Row 2: Melvin Seigel, Bill Grimm, Beatrice Groger, Paula Drechsler, PAGE EIGHTY-SIX ECHO THE ABOVE PHRASE lean Arden Slrtler, Corinne Hzir'r'in,f.:ton, Marjorie Kunz, Hoy Yow Gong, Myrong Su5low, Rffzr' 3: Glenn Berry, XVill Atehinson, Ken Bruce, john Morgrin, Mrirvin Braunstein, Evan Cigierson, Derine Hams. Harrold Drrnnenhirstlr, Don Ermrinn. Run' -4.' Gil Morgan, Henry Betker. Bob Barry, XV.illy Swanson, Rutly Behlrner, Dick Mrrllett, Ralph lN'1irnowitch, Sidney Suslow, Dave Bentley. A.XX!.V.S. Run' I: Vitlri hlrrgpiirng, Cecelia Ulfeltler, Marjorie Bunkley, janice Lrrnden, Beverly Peterson, Bfirbarri Xvilson, Mririzin Dennis. Rauf 2: Beverly Gross, Corinne Gale, Alyce Leigh Motte, jean Howell, jackie Wfrillzice, Gerry Blechnmn, Barbara Hirschielder. Raw 3: juanitrr Fisher, Irina Vlritlykin, Beverly Malrkel, Priscillri Emery, joy McMur- ehie. Rau' 4: Roberta Robb, Mary Belton, Lila Rose, Cfrirolyn Fonsecrr, jane Fraser. EL B5 AND UHEIINIZ TIIJ THEY SOLD EAGLES 10070 9 5 FOUGHT FOUND In THOSE GOOD BOOKS l00'jf2 I LUB Nun I: Iivelyn Frit ke, Barhara Suhel, Nltke Yekshin, joy BILGBIIJIKIIIU, Beverly Boring, Anna Lee Truncale, Donna Statlortl, Eleanor Davis. Run' J: jeanette Harshaw, Bunnre Wlaite, juanlta Fisher, Frances Ker- moian, Nanty Kaye, fiarmel Ahcrne, Betty Barrlay, janet Lohmeyer, Frames Iiisther. Roberta Rohh, Rau' 3: Erskine Shaw, Frank Israel. Bill Moynihan, Dave Bentley, Don Meighan, Merle Krautzman, Don Ifngelx, Kim Palm. Ken Mavor. Razr' J: George Pallviny, Bill Kayser, Ioyte Rose, Rohm Hermansen, Betty Britt, Eleanor Xwcstpahl, Karol Green, Victor Sawtlon, Marvin Braunstein. Run' 5: Leroy Davis, Davitl Ilttel, Rohert Simmons, Bill Sefor, Rudy Behlmer, Dirk Mallett, Bill Harper, Bill Yenrslcy, Matt Gatcly. PAPER DRIVE f,OMMI'I"IiI2E Ren' I: Leo Megary, Wqilly Renfolt, Richard Grigshy ,joe Mnnisealto. Kun' 3: Gil Morgan, Dave Bentley, George Mirande, john Daly, Glenn WASTE FOR VICTORY NO SERVICE TOO ARDUOUS Berry. Don fhamherlam, Maltolm Murray, flank Iohnson. Run' 'IJ Wfill Atthinson, Myiorn Kaplan, Seigle Gregoriev, Marvin Braunstein, Frank Clortlon, jaek Hanley, Gus johnson. Run' -4: Ronaltl DeRetat, Rutly Behlmer, Bolm Barry, Dirk Mallett, XX'alIy Swanuon, jatk Arnlerson. LIBRARY IIIiLPIiRS Run' I: Lois Savage, Barham Clrgtysori, Alyte Leigh Mnttc, Anita Wfietlerhorn, Nu ki Vekshin. Ran' 2: Maltolm Murray, Richard Grim- hy, Hilary Light, jean Baker, joe IX1a'nstalto, I harles Harden. Rr1l1'j: lark Hanley, Ronaltl DeRet'at, W'allv Rentort, VOLlIN'I'IfIiR I'IIil.PIlRS Run' l.' Sherlee Levy, Lorraine Dillenhack, via.. Magpiong, Sylvia Zeitlen. Ruiz' 2: Bessie Provost, Barhara Holm, jean Motlett, Nitki Vekshin, juanita Fisher. PAGE EIGHTY-SEVEN EI. BS I-IN IJHEANIZ TIU 1 SERVE HOME SCHOOL STATE DISTRICT BEAUTIF Y SCHOOL ROOMS CORRIDORS SOOTHE THOSE SAVAGE BREASTS wx gr'-Swwmiwww Q ETHER WAVES THEIR DOMAIN HI-Y Run' I: Kun lflcxcnlmr, Norman jgukwn, Xvnlly Rcnlvmrt, Frank Gor- tlun, Di-n Gcuun. Rffu' J: Iirslclnc Shaw, Dave Huntley, I-Inward Potts, limnk FRIIHIIIIIQ, Lilcnn llcrry, Norinan Murk, luhn Daly. Rau' if Dick M.illc-tl, Bud lhvix, Arrv hlglritzisrtm, Llilrk johnson, Riclmrd Cirirslmy. Bill YL-Jrslcy. ,Luk Ilmlcy. Rffu -4: ,Luk Amlcrsimn, Rudy Bchlhincr, 'llunl -Inu. IILORAI. ARTS CLUB Run' I: lliilwlmic Atkinsnn, Dorothy Franks, Ruby Gordon, Rosunmry Oulu, llcvcrly K -vnmili, Run' J: XV.iltcr IYlill10flCY. Violet Howell, Doris Millcwn, Miss IXICAIIHLIII, Slxcinun Slack. ,Iuhn BlflllCl'. PAGE EIGHTY-EIG HT MUSIC CLUB Rau' l.' jenn Doughty, hltlrtgnrct Hulxulzw, Rita Kumar, Dolores Her- ring, Elvcra Fusul, Ann.1 Vurst, lean Enmrulfffzi' 2: Phyllis Huffman, janet Lohmcycr, Duruthy Rndclivitk, Fretlcrique Cimdwivlxl, Rcnona Cook, wIlII'ICClI2II'l1l'1Cl'i, Dimrivthy Metzncr, Ruth I mucli. Rffu' 3: Patricia Mciiollum, Tim Clnurtncy, karl Goltlstlirnidt, Rimbcrt 'I':it.1m. MIKE MASQUERS Rim' 1: Dorothy Dmnglxty, Rita Koller, JU-IIIIILI Fisher, Axtrirl Wfettin. Rau' 2: Don Clmmlwcrlqxin, Rosulic Millar, Burton Lirct-nlwcrg, Irwin Eiscnstadt. III, BS IIN IIHBZINIZ TIU PLEAD FOR GOOD NEIGHBORS qv! YOU SHALL NOT FLY TOO HIC H !"'!Ql CLIP TOO HIGH- FLYING EAGLES RESERVE TOO IS I THEIR DUTY PAN AMKRII AN I.IfAGl'E , EAGLE SUI llf'I4Y - ' Y- D' lx fx u 1: N.u.nluc Blum, Ii.x1lv.xx,l R-M, M.u1lvu Nlxxkv. Slug-lllurw Ifnmkwl, IEHIEIYI " l?"ViDblCfnQ'5R'l- -duck! A"'tU'2fI'n pxkiucv5h'n2,'Ig"i'f'KiiHln'ilC nlu' Nmxmn. l.mnc linmlcz. l.um- I'n-kmrm-u. Bu 4,l.lrk, lhlr K .nll.m. I"N'U- -If' 'n " 'H fl" 'IWW' " 'Ut "'5'm' ""T"'c fy K X M k X' ,X V I HV b B I ' V- 7 I Aluc INI4u1m.1luu, lwu' 3: Sidney buxlmx. l..m1cnt Nmllux, I.slxx.x1d'L.nx.x lx U " IM K' "'Hm'mc' 'UMUC "U"N"'Iv -ll .lm .mn1vwxg,L1, NL Dun I,I1.lmbcrl.lin, Surgic Grcgmiuv, Gus ,I--Imsun, Myron k.npl.m 'Xpmtulnh-s, M.ux.m IDL-rum, Muru.x1u Iktuuwxm, jlmc Mlmlcllmulst. RUN, ,'. Rlkhtu-J Gmlxhy' Nob Huw. Unk ALIIIL-tt' Xvlllly 5x,,UN,,, R114 ly-,lnllu-lg. ,I.nmL' I,.xmlcr, I4.ulw.u.l Klutz-lle-1', Run' 3: Nanny K.1yu, Ifhqnk Qguflign, ISulw.x1.1 lllmhilcld, M.u1Ivn H,nrm.m, Llguru Bunkluy, Pm Ifmcly. G.S.S. I Ilnlun Iilmpuulns, Pxmllla Iiruurv, HCl'ZI.l.aIIIIL' XV1ll1cr, -lean l'c1wn, 'UH' li Bw I-1-Uk. ZW AP'f5f0l'HIL'S. UUIHHL' UINIWY. ,IUHU AIHII'-I XIe1n.m Purlv, RMU If Prlsullgl Snull, Hamld Goldstein. Kcnnutll El'fi'lW'1l' H"m'l'4'fI- Rmf' 31' EUHR. HLR'fKIi. aI.L1I.u1 lI'k'IIY-4 VBTJY I-VU -mf, lux M.Munl1xc. Rvlwrnl Rululw, ,Iu.mit.n Ifislmux, Miltun Stmudm, Hu' ' huh' BNF' LUYX DM 'm."'s' U" ",f.'jA WV- ' "H" 'X . . . . Dnmghty, juan Iwm-1' Ann Kuxtus, lK.ulw.u.1 XXL-IMI, L-Lmmlc Iiull I'4Ilx rmnxtxus. I:l.a R-vw, Igwlvn M1p.1l1.m. Bcwlly Iirnmg, Arlene Mugic Nwlgcn ' .uma Ibm W: VIII.: Magpmng. Cfculm UHLIJQI, jack Knmham, Irwin A ' QQIRIIS Rlgglglgvlgg lnnsnull, Rulwxt ,I'.llL'lII, liL'ul.1lx Smuldxng, Imtus Dairy, Llmlyn Fun- lg,,,,' ll- Iuwunm. GUAM' Milmm ymm- RMU V.-, H-HI,-HA ll-Ulm I .a, Amid XXVCIIIII, fummncc Hartung. Marilvn Rudev, W'1nifruI Parks. IHMQIT l'IlEII'I'YfNlNl5 EL B5 AN IJHIHI IZ TIU SMILES MARK TRAIIJS END TRAFFIC LANES THEIR GUIDES y b Aiurrrz rims Q lwn I: Phyllis Mem-wr. Hilnlegartl lxmh. ,lean Arden bilter. Kffzi J: lletty lain Dye, -lerry Malmquist, jean Millcrun. SURVEYOR ifOI.l.IiCQTORS Rffzr I: lirxkinu Slraw, Anita XVeiman, Eleanor Davis, Nitki Vekxhin. lilaine Stavrwu, Barbara Slehel, ,luanita Fisher, Anna Lee Truntale, Car-ul Nzckelwn. Rffn' 2: Dave Bentley. Hunnic White, Elsie Strausi, Narline llurwith, ,l.uquelinel.ul1cn, Rosemary Niillcn, Marian Dennis, lit-:nite lantlwy. Marian Arthur, Run' 3: Frank Israel, Myra Tucker, limalrc Miller. lletty Harulav, Dork Owens, Celia Levy. Rffn' -if Paul Smith. Shirley Herald, Betty Britt. ,luy lNItNult'l1ie. Rulwerta Rulwlw, vlrxytt Ruse, Rnhin Hermanmn, Pat Gillespie, Harultl Hnugey. Run' 5. lreurge Paliviny, Merton Mentlcll, Dun Englex, john Daly, Difk PAGE NINIETY ANN OAKLEYS it LINE 6 YOUR SIGHTS RACKET WIELDERS FARED WELL Mallet, Ken Mayur, lack Amlcrwn. Dun lxleighan, Bill Raridan. Run' 6: Kim Palm, jue Naniscalfo, Bill Yearslcy, Dave Utter, Matt Ciately. Bill Setor. TENNIS CLUB Run' 1: Sitlney Sumluv., lue Lavigne, Butl Gnltlman. vlules Zentner, Frank Faraune. Run 2: Oliver Mtfiurrnick, l,CilI'l.Il4.l Sagan, Morris Miller, Dun Blumenfeld, Don lamwenlwien. OUTSIDE 'I'RAFI:lCf Run' 1: lltwlw Stagg, Laurence Stein, -lark Traty, Kenneth lleinl, Llewel- lyn lanxsen, Glenn lirmsn. Run' 2: Carlos Parris, Holi Bairyl, Matt Ciately, Dick Franks, Frank Rzxtto, Marvin Braunstcin, Charles XVin,u, Ran' 3: Ralph Sclrneielur, Henry Norman, Haroltl Haugey. Harnltl Sinwn. Harry Arles. Dane Strattun, David Uaves, Edwin Shapiro. 0 3' A , R160 -S1 gi, RED KRUSS HOUSE Run l.' lid Snlornon. Ham. Donner. Ralph Munowitth, Stacy Mettler, ll.rvnl lfrietlenherg. Run' J: Mem Dnhl, M.iry Levy. Beverly tjlzirk, Beulah Spzlullling, BlLlI'l.Zlll'Cl Hnltirlziy, Betty Kahn. Maxine Levinson, Illtlllllrl Fisher, Mellm Br:u'ermnn. Rnu' 3 ,' Beverly Boring, Rita Busczigv lm, Sylvia jnuilis, Gerry Frantz, Diane Dunne, Lotus Derry, Rita Kroner, Ruth Staitltner, Anne Herrington, Rau' 4: joan Logalsn, Bur- lx.u.i Hirsthleltler, M.trilyn Bnnmtin, f.l.1ire Buckley, Velm.1 Ericl-csen, Ie.in Howell, limet I.ulinieyer, Gerry Blechmgm. Astrid Wettin. Rau' 5: B.irlmi.1 Hexgnt, Betty Lou Dye, Mildred fhineitii, Dorothy Diarnamclis, P1'istell.i liineiy, Helen Elmpoulns, P.itsy Emery, Bernndine Wilbur, Louise lliiyne. Ruiz' 6: Vida Mngpinng, joy Murchie. Roberta Robb, Iiimlyn Fonseca, ,lohn H.inwn, Ruheit Hitknizin, Ken Mglvor, Robert Ilrrnnie. l.inet l..irlte, Suhr tiger. i' l'l.lIl7LlI.l Broome. REGISTRY 225 Registry 225 appears above because of an error in the schedule of Sur- veyor group photographs. We apologize sincerely, and hope that this position will satisfy in place of 21 position in a regular class section. SDCL! CAMERA t,I.UB Run' If Adele Osborn, t .nlos Parris, Melvin Siegel, Berngtdine Wfilbur Run' J: livelyn Lotkett, Smnley Hzuktleltl, Mavis Mitlur, Don liEGlS'I'RY .Eli Run' I' Bell.i Hiirn-mwv, Pilttv Lou Frank, Shrine Ijttlfl, Fern t,.u'mtl Put Fulnier. Run' J: l..iurti l.1iu, Dorotlxy Faulkner, jenn Lewis, jmxn. liriltles. -Intqueline Elizomlo. lffiu' if joyce Bloidon, Georpene Tlioinp son, june Dulinxky, Frances Lipson, Dixie Massey, Run' -4: jc lurthie. Kkirolyn Fonsetri, Mnrcellgi Doherty, Donna liunthnr ilu vmnrmm -If DIED IN SERVICE IJOl71li7lliC'li Giosso D. Lzzmpcrt P. Roger G. lolzanscn R. Mandery B. Scfzocfzfelfz' R. Krcugcr D. Pcztrozficlz H. Stein is MISSING IN ACTION PRISONER OF WAR R. Moizfe A. Bechmld PAGE NINETY-ONE Conzplmzcnls of llzc LOW SENIOR CLASS Geraldine Akey jack Anderson Dorothy Appleman Albert Arens jack Aron Norman Asher Patricia Ashworth Catherine Atkinson Mark Atwood Robert Barr Robert Barry Larry Baldocchi Lily Berger Marvin Braunstein Joy Briggs Mavis Brooker Lorraine Burns Evan Cameron Ray Campi Jean Carrasco Lee Pong Chin Percy Chu Alice Cohen Leland Cohn Marilyn Colman Calliope Constantine Regina Commer Charles Coulman Janice Day Ronald DeRecat Diane Doane Eugene Doucette Frank Draheim Donald Drake Bill Drude Adrienne DuMont Myron Dunn Betty Lou Dye Jean Emard Sylvia Farber John F igone Frances Fischer Joan F lowerman Wanda Foster Philip Frank Geraldine Frantz June F ulmer Joan Gabriel Eleanor Gallas Kenneth Garcia Dorothy Garibaldi Peter Gerstle Marilyn Gilbert Sidney Gimov Corinne Gitzes Carl Goldschmidt Ruth Goldsmith Naomi Goldstein Hoy Yow Gong Frank Gordon Luise Graalfs Shirlee Graubart Marian Green Si Greenblatt Marc Gropper Beverly Gross Perry Haggett Gordon Hall Ellen Heieck Robert Hemme Ruth Heppner Shirley Herald Robin Hermansen Wesley Hicks Yvonne Higginbotham Max Hirt Lorraine Hoene Phyllis Hoffman Steve Hyman john Jenkle Tom Jocz Julie Ann Johnson Marguerite johnson Tom Johnson Gunther Just Betty Kahn Jean Kearny Marilyn Kennedy Ronald King William Klute Rita Koller Wilma Krase Clifford Krueger Al Krumsick Shirley Lamme Sally Lee Maryalice Levy Louis Levinson Norman Licht Walter Link Van Lowe Constance Luft Vida Magpiong Walter Mahoney Jerry Malmquist Doris Malson Arthur Marthinsen Clifford Martin Howard Martin Hillery McBurnett Paul McConnell Oliver McCormick Ann McDonald Rosemary McGuiness June Medeiros Fred Melman Bob Mellberg Rosalie Miller Vernon Minenna Donna Mooney Gilbert Morgan Shirley Morris Barbara Moule Janice Nelson Peter O'Shea Elmo Ostrander Charles Page Ernest Page - George Pallviny Herb Patnoe f Margaret Park Peter Paul Howard Payne Clay Pfaelile Gene Phipps Maxine Pilkington Carole Pittsey Jack Porter Maureen Potasnik Howard Potts Herbert Preve Etta Raineer Robert Riese Roberta Robb Barbara Roeckel James Rokas Elpidio Romo Marilyn Rosasco Estelle Salsman Lucille Saroyan Martin Schneider Harriet Schultz Robert Sears Bill Secor Beatrice Shaw Winifred Shepherd Helen Siacotos Rosalie Simon Rosebud Springer Jack Sorenson Laurant Soules Carl Stahr john Steele Dolores Stempel Phyllis Stern Virginia St. John Jack Stowe Betty Sutter Leonard Taussig Ruthmary Thompso Frank Turner Patricia Vaina Irina Vladykin Charles Wagner Don Warden Jack Weiss Eleanor Westphal Stanley Wiener Jeanette Willard Phyllis Wilderson Robert Wise Bill Worthen Marie Xavier Gertrude Ziegler Jack Zukerkorn fl PAGE NINETY-TWO Climbing high on the ladder of suca cess fwell, a ladder, anywayj we find Juanita Fisher, Joy McMurchie, and Roberta Robb, taking time out during the photographing of groups for the Surveyor. VARSITY FOOTBALL Continued from page 41 to spacious Kezar stadium where they locked horns with Balboa in the initial tilt of the season. Everyone expected an easy victory for the Buccaneers, but that team knew they had been through a game before the day was over. Balboa was the first to cross the goal line with the Eagles fighting every inch of the way. Two more touchdowns follow- ed. In the closing minutes of the game Pete Desalernos rifled a short pass over the goal line to Dick Mallett and later scored the conversion which brought to an end the First game. Balboa, 18, Wash- ington 7. The second contest was staged in our stadium with Sacred Heart's fighting Irish. It was a closely contested battle with Yturriago, Mallett and Soules play- ing brilliant offensive and defensive ball. Two tallies were made in the beginning half by the Irish. The second half was predominantly Washington. The Eagles scored on a plunge through the line by Desalernos. As the gun sounded, ending the game, VARSITY FOOTBALL Irish IZ, W.1sl1i111g11111 7,VU.1sl1ingt1111 was insiilt- the fifteen yaril line .lllkl 1l1re.1tcn- 111g111s111reagain. 'l'l11'111rN1,1g.1i111' pl.111'1l .11 K1-f.11'. against 1l11- k'll.lIlllWl1lllNllll' 11.1111 l-l'Ulll l.in111ln, was ilu- v1111's1 1l1'f1'.11 111' 1he season for the Hilltop luislcurs. l'11'f11re the rniglity fot- Vl'.ll'tI wall 111' the I.lllL'lllll lxuls, tlu- liaglcs 1i1111411l11 1l1'sp1-1'.11ely wi1l1 D1'sal1'rn11s.ii11l1l- lIl.lIl, Iltlll-HI'l, IJL'IIL'L.ll antl Davis playing 1lu-ir llL'.ll'lH 11111 111 stein tlu' 1i1lt- that w1111l1l n111 l'11' s111p1u-1l. 'lilu' 1l1'l'e.11 was 1-X111-tletl, hut tlu' I-I-11 s1111'1' was 11111 .1 fair lllL'.INIIl'L' of tlu' 1eam'S .1l11l111 111' liglit. iN1lXl'Illl7Ll 1l1i11l l11'1111gl11 1lu' lz.1'1gl1's 114.1111 111 KL'l.ll', XKlIL'l'k' they kl.lNllL'tl witl1 tlu' CQ11111111e1'c1- Il111ll1l11gs in their fourth j.Q.lIllL' for .1 first xi11111'y in IS starts. 'lilu' SL'1il'L' L.lIllL' i11 tlu-scc11n1lq11.11'111r11f 1l11-34.11111-41111-r wt-p11slu11l1lu-P111ll1l11gsall tlu- way f1'11111 11111' 111111 yaril line 111 their goal post IDL'N.llL'l'lll13 p.1ss1'1l 111 S1111l1's for lj y.lI'1lN 111 1lu' l 1 y.ll'kI lN.ll'li, where two plaxs l.lfl'IA, I51's.1l1'1'1111s 1.11'1'11'1l the ball 11v1-1 1111 rlu- s1111'1'. 511111-1-1ling i11 staving off ex'1-ry attack Ilillllli' 'l'11111slty is listcning, 111' 1h.1n11'1l, 111 tlu' 1al1s 111 1lu' 81111111 Suas .1s 111l1l hy VI111- Hart, llll'lllL'l' XX'.1sl1ing- 111ni.1n KI111- 1'1'1111'1u-tl 111 tlu' 1'a111p11s 111 se.- l11s 11l1l ll'lCIl1lN .lI'l1l lL'.lLllL'l'5, while 11n l1'.1vc from tlu' Navy. Young People in Banking Many positions in this bank are being capably filled by recent high school grzuluates and partrtime stiulents. Iior those interested in blllllilllg, positions are open as book- keepers, clerks, tellers, SfCIlUgI'1IPIlCl'S, typists-as well as part-time positions forzifter-scl111ol workers. New employees are paid while receiving instr1u'ti11n i11 the hanles training school. A11111,Y Personnel Department, Room 5111, l-1 Montgomery Street, San I7ran1is1o fn' lcffellllwllcf SUt1er 1500 lor appoi11111u'111 IfA'l1l,71iSlJUl1 I8 52 Wells Fargo Bank 8: UNION TRUST C0. SAN FRANCISCO - 20 MARKET AT MONTGOMERY - MARKET AT GRANT AVI. MEMBER l7.D.I.C. l'.Xt1Ii NINIVIY Illlil I GIRL GRADUATES Choose a Position in the Telephone Company Wlmether you become a telephone operator or an office worker, you'll find your surroundings pleasant, your job stimulating. Telephone work is interesting, essential work- important in peace as well as war. YOU'LL BE PAID WHILE YOU LEARN Friendly employment advisors will be glad lo folk if over with you at l40 New Montgomery St. San Francisco The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company 1 c e, the ales Il Class, uflzole-lzearted 0176 is X styy eeqpa ' t' c to, r Rufus ft, A' Ba m, wlzoi 'l his 1' lent illness as ez oleim of fe lty of e ge aslzz' n. Y T He lhuslas on sel- w fslzly g lime z 9 . . in zn hzs ts, 6 lay. PAGE NINETY-FOUR Hard at work on the journal, Chief of Publications Barbara Weikel and Grad- uate Editor Freda Byers were snapped by Photographer Evelyn Lockett, who is responsible for most of the candid shots in this Surveyor. To at 52419 l JTfl7l- '.A,rr-ifffgjye li'AqfQA-iffffilf A X VARSITY FOOTBALL by the Commerce gang, Wasljngton held on to their lead and ended the game with a 6-0 victory. The fifth and final game of the season featured Poly's Parrots and XVashington's Eagles in a spirited contest at Kezar sta- dium. The first half, the Eagles held the Par- rots to a 6-O lead and threatened to score in the closing seconds as Desalernos whipped a long pass to johnson who rambled up the field for forty yards only to be stopped five yards short of a touch- down by a Poly backfieldman. The second half found the Parrots scor- ing three more touchdowns and capturing a 25-O win from the Eagles. Outstanding on defense and offense were Desalernos, Goldman, johnson and Yturriago. Beaten, but never outclassed, the Wash- ington eleven linished one of the best seasons in years with its eyes on next sea- son, and high hopes for future cham- pionships. AUTOGRAPHS l"M""' wwe, f WWC gwyfwj nv if Wlien Dick Briggs, editor of the Iiagle, was asked to pose for the Surveyor this is what we got, Wliii knows-milyhe he's prejudiced! The BELLE of the BAM. Q7 will wear a costume I from ooi.Ds7rEiNs ' Since 1869 Costumes for all occasions- plays, pageants, parties, and GRADUATION CAPS X! 1 and GOWNS W X f if ' , if . in - 'Ax - , S V,., ':., Q . Q-A' ,Q - ' X N91 T 9 x2 4 REASONABLE PRICES ootivsreiiy eaeo, E, of the Salesinanship I Class, Wish to extend our best wishes and hope for future happiness to Mr. Balaain. We appreciate his past services to the Sales and Busi- ness Arithmetic classes, and his work for the Surveyors of former years .... He has made George Washington a better school. l l'NNl"lYl I' Sueeess to the Class of ik Unique is the word for this Candid, taken of Chuck "Legs" Newman in one - V 1' 'J ff of his happier moods, Wzllter Link luuks V 1 ' ,I ii trifle worried, hut nothing short of ii J IL 'i czitaistmplme would stnp Gunther just or Huh Sears fmm cunsuining their i'cguI.ir fZ ' mid-day meal. Qyfty SA D 'A O' U LP ER XE IIS TI CS . Ph -The kmd you need GAr?i::id in your business. 6359 500 Sansome St. ACH NINETY-SIX AUTOGRAPHS X S: xfffnli f"t?4 fffffZ1ztl' Jeff' . . 1 A' ff ,f ,Min X-,iff 3- .4 f I.. P, fy, 1 .1 f ,' ' I-1 .L t. ' xii Ft N is AUTOGRAPHS YQ, W0 1 LQWWA 7f"'9 x S Xgflfll Compliment: of llae tx yt 4 MARKET STREET to 4,1 l PEGGY SHCDPPE M ie if I V , rwffuf ' 7 ff li L This is what is known us killing two lvirrls with one stone. Here we have a picture of Ann Curtis, our national aqua-V tic queen, taking n picture of Dick Mal- lett, who got lost in the cutting room. REMEMBRANCE 0 For remembrance through the years, there is no finer, more lasting, mor desirable gift than . I ' l . 0 At any of the three Granat stores, you will find the perfect gift to express your friendship and your sentiments. Or, if it should be jewelry for yourself, Granat's welcome the opportu- nity to serve you. Dirmlmld Ringr Cazzferziwlr Norelfy Rirzgi Credit Termr Cn.ft1m1eje11'elry Arranged All FLINIOIH To Suit Yom' llnrlffbtif Crnzrfwlierzre -""-"-----Mg-g::--:-::h--M- --'-'- M------1. 1' f ig ii ' 'I' ff , -. ' - 4 I" ,if E mimi no 22 i2,..-scmTmfmm:mrg ..rr rf 156 GEARY STREET SAN FRANCISCO Lookin Fora' d M Q atv? . . I' T HTEXX-, FAIRMO HOT L ERNEST DRURY Resident Mrmager PAGE NINFTY-SFVFN SPRECKELS - RUSSELL MILK an V firmer and Rodrigues 126 POST STREET San Francisco 'il' Manufacturing jewelers CLUB PINS I Fresh SCHOOL RINGS and PINS if I COMMENCEMENT as 'he INVITATIONS ' I, Morning and 'XO T' PERSONAL CARDS San Francisco's MOST MODERN DAIRY Leading LW-f 'ff Your first buy WOODWORKING AND for the duration . . . METALWORKING POWER TOOLS WAR BONDS 5' STAMPS O ARTS AND CRAFTS SUPPLIES I "Everything for the Shop" JEWELERS Over 35 Years at 904 MARKET STREET TOOLS-METALS-MILL SUPPLIES 1235 MISSION STREET Graduation Gifts Watches I Stationery -A' Q 1 The home of SAN LRANCISCOiUNDERtiILL 2151 OAKLAND-TEMPLEEAR 3800 PAGE NIINETY EIGHT better. R Scene a little with the job graph record the show. Maybe he was stuck on the phono- AUT GRAPHS kmfjnfff -f imma If . Z f I F ., VV x 64f ! i i Ji l f i ff!!!-ffffflff L ff ' tx I il. - s.- I 'J J K A U T 0 G R P S Cmfffffffffffff-f Compliments N of N4 f K6 DEBS of A33 t' or DEPSAr12-EZEIESNT B E L L W f ' Ili XSI l643I:ILLMORE lj MILK 44 f' A L , I . I I - ' " o 'here he rozudf 0" Wm G VuC3ILLtKIiNIG'SG ,WML ,L KOEEEE KUP My .. f fo, y ,fi BANQUETS AND J P A R T I E S You don't tell mel The popular pas- time of courtyard chatter is demonstrated here by Carole Pittscy. "Ginger" Markel, in the background, seems to he quite satisfied with her conversation, too-or maybe it's the fellow converser. O Geary at 18th Avenue SOLD AT ALL QUALITY STORES Connery Service "TOPS" FAMILTWEIEARKET DEPARTMENT PUCCINI and V1vALm Dealerr in and CHOICE MEATS 'A' 5841-5843 GEARY BOULEVARD P 1: COIIIPIAIIIEIIIJ' of the M A R K M O R R I S T I R E C O. 999 GEARY AT POLK I Bollled by ' Belfast Beverage Co. THE WEST'S LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR OF 820 PACIFIC AVENUE U- S- TIRES DOuglas 0547 PAGE NINETY-NINE KRESTELLER MOTOR CO. DE SOTO A PLYMOUTH DEALERS 4 Body and Fender Refmiaxf Motor Repairx uk QUALITY USED CARS t 2001 MARKET IAT DOLORESJ C O S G R A V E'S CORNER POST AND POWELL SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Telephone GArfield 8880 i' COATS ' SUITS DRESSES 0 FURS GRAZZIN I MARKET FRUIT 8: VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT E. Grazzini, Proprietor SERVICE - COURTESY 'A' 5747-5753 GEARY BOULEVARD SKyline 4664 and 4665 MICHAEL A. GORB WdfCbUldk61' and jeweler A' 5645 GEARY BOULEVARD BAyview 3077 BALBOA 5 81 10C STORE HOUSE OF FLOWERS 'A' ak a'e"Thf3Wf'? f"'Vf ' "Flowers That for all Has . ,, Ofcufzom' "EVERYTHING" -nf if 6040 Geary Boulevard 3615 BALBOA SAN FRANCISCO phone BAy,,iew 7940 DIXON DRESS SHOP Vifif Our Sf70l'f,l' D6Pdl'llI161II for 0 SWEATERS 0 SKIRTS 0 BLOUSES i' 5715 GEARY BOULEVARD at 21st Avenue KniItKmfIE spat-f,11f,ffL.' in ACTIVE AND SPECTATOR SPORTSWEAR FOR ALL THE FAMILY 'k 2544 Mission Street nr. 22nd and also San Jose PAGE ONE HUNDRED Well, ain't that sweet. Ed Roper seems to think so, too, but it appears as though Helen Eliopoulos and Pricilla Emery are doing most of the talking. AUTOGRAPHS Kif ,bvrbfaah ,wwe IOWLILI ,A W M1404 sf if A+ wl- wimtwf AUTOGRAPHS 552,64 x flwjff J ISN No words are necessary to let one know what time of day this is. Of course, it's our must popular period-lunch. Coyly munching on their vittles are Wil- ma Krase, Lotus Derry, Carole Pittsey, Bette Berg, Irina Vlaclykin, Robin Her- manson, and so-o-o-o many others. "FOR BETTER RESULTS STEVENS DRESS SHOPPE WE TRADE" I LADIES' DRESSES if LOATS and HOSIERY Fuaruring Dari.: Dadmrz Lim' Alf-24 Gmm' BAyview 2355 S812 Geary Blvd. BAyview 3102 , . CLEMENT STREET MINCI-IINS PHARMACY ' PRESCRIPTION N U R S I1 R Y SPECQIALISTS 'A' me I 9 2 I C LEAM NK 31518 T R E E T 3600 Balboa St. at 37111 Ave. San Francisir wmv 2 Phone SKyline 1828 LICK MARKET MEAT, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES and G R O C E R I E S of flue Finer! Quality S45 KILEMENT STREET BAyview 3234 S U G A R B O W I. PASTRY SHOPPE Full Lin of ASSORTED FAINISCY CAKES FRENCH and DANISH Baked Where Sold 56-I0 Balboa St. BAyview 4185 F. Henry Lang BAyview 7122 The MERIT SHOPPE Wumen's and Children's Wear GIRLS' AND BOYS' GYM TOGS 5629 Geary Boulevard at 20th Avenue San Francisco SKyline 1520 Service lk Qu.1lity NABORHOOD P H A R M A C Y PRESCRIPTION sPEcIALIsTs WAl.TI5R FRANKLIN. Prop. 3500 Balboa Street Cor. 54th Avenue SKyline 6397lPbor1e.flSKyline 4144 Bonded Member F.T.D. Flowerr Wired All Over lhe lVnrld PINELLFS FLOWERLAND Ri1'bmrmd'J Di.rIinrti1'e Flofirl FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Bridal Showers and Decorations 714 Clement St.. bet. 8th and 9th Aves. CUMPIIIIIFVIIJ' of LA SALLE LAUNDRY 'fl' 4020 BALBOA STREET EICKELE'S BAKERY NOTTYIS CAKES and PASTRIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES For All Orrarianr Q if 5427 GEARY BOULEVARD SKyline 7913 Ire Cream and Candy . 2057 Balboa Street Sun Francisco The "MODE" ALTERATIONS BARMAN REALTY CO. Exrlmnge: - Loan: LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS .Q Phone BAyview 0957 Res. BAyview 1810 BAyview 8017 25-18 Clement St. 5059 Geary Blvd. San Francisco 18 26th 6: LAKE MARKET G O O D B Y E QUALITY MEATS 'md GROCQERIES, FRUITS at VEGETABLES G 0 0 D L U C K Free Delivery BA. 9613 - 9614 2501 Lake Sr. from 106 PAGE QNE IIIINDRED ONE A Jwfrrwj, ,fmt-156 BOB RAY jIMMY'S HAMBURGER PALACE 24TH AND GEARY See you all . . . FRIDAY I N I G H T i SALLY HELEN I . .uf , J V THE B18ST IN VU' CAKES ANDQPIES 1 Y I' , lv! 'ii' W I R T H B R O S. B A K E R Y A 5901 GEARY STREET DEVER, GARRITY fa KEYS INCORPORATED BOOK BINDERS PAPER RULERS MANUFACTURERS 246 FIRST STREET SAN FRANCISCO COMPLIMENTS or HERB'S MEN'S SHOP 4 1924 IRVING STREET ALEXANDER'S Fumour for SUITS, COATS and BRIDAL GOWNS 'A' You too can wear VICTORY DRESS Hard at work taking names - and money-one could always find Cecelia Ulfelder and George Pallviny. Surely all of these other people aren't clamoring to pay their dimes for their Surveyor photographs. Cameras certainly work wonders. AUTOGRAPHS all JCZL ' whwbs 2400 Mission St. Corner 20th Complimenlr r:0AIIZ?IAJI7ENI's , ' U1 of G I L L O N ASAN MATE0 LUMBER COMPANY NEIGHBOR ' if Electrical, Hardware and Plumbing Supplies ' SOUTH CITY LUMBER HEINE'S HARDWARE STORE I-I. N, FLATOW 8g GENERAL REPAIRING SKyl e 8828 3614 Balboa St X PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWO AUTOGRAPHS-' Wil? IKM X GOOD LUCK and BEST WISHES TO ALL THE GRADUATES 'A' DAVE'S CREAMERY Compliment.: vf BLUE BIRD DRESS SHOP 3604 Balboa Street 5 Complimenlr A NEW L of BIGGER AND BETTER f SIMPSON'S ST. FRANCIS SILK SHOP W 720 CLEMENT STREET llth Avenue and Cleme t San Francisco ' n X x Q Lx x l N s PAUL'S HAT WORKS C I, I Renommr: and Makerf amp 'mm I of b vf u GUARANTY LOAN OFFICE LADIES AND MEN S HATS h ' 6128 Geary Blvd. BA. 5352 77 Third street Cumplimmfx of C 1, HAMROL AND BARNETT 'ml' ""',"'f of f , RICHMOND RICHMOND NURSERY f ' CENTRAL GROCERY My Geary Blvd, tiff ' 5201 Geary Street 1 ff ,I ,V 5' ,pf ' MAx1NE's K! f R Cnmlzllynerzlr F O U N T A I N 7 0 W WM. P. GOSS CORNER OF 27TH AND GEARY Patty Small, Rosalie Miller, and Mar- sha Wcidler caught while just plain loaf- ing. Thats no way to get work done. How do you expect to make the CSF? FRED H. TAUSSIG TAUSSIG HARDWARE CO. GENERAL REPAIRING Electrical Repairing Fuller Paints ZOIOBALBOA STREET Phone BAyview 2674 DISTINCTIVE APPAREL far Women and Mine: Sizes 10 to 20-9 to 17 Y O U N G E R - S E T 145 GRANT AVENUE YUkon 1080 714 Marin Street, Vallejo THIRD 8: CLEMENT MARKET 151 CLEMENT STREET WE AIM TO PLEASE! B. and B. PHARMACY Complete Drug and Pharmaceutical Needs 2655 BALBOA STREET BAyview0902 JOSEPH BEAUTY SALON Compliment: Corner uf Balboa and 38th Ave. of 'W Sperializing in DRY CLEANERS FINER TYPES OF PERMANENT WAVES EVergreen 9770 PAGE ONE HUNDRED THREE CALIFORNIA FOOD SHOP and DELICATESSEN NX. XV. WliNISl,II. PROP. "MANY DELICIOIFS room" 634 Clement Street San Francis Phone BAyview 4686 FAMILY PHARMACY Drug and Fountain Service GE STREET at " 'Y-THIRD AVE. Ice C , inger Ale on Ice, Szindwiches fr ,rerre Golden State Ire Cream BAY IE 3457 S0 you don't want to have your picture taken, Dick Turner! Looks as though jack Zukerkom, Howard Walters, Tom jocz, and Wally Swanson, among many TWISH STO ALI. AS oci ' fkvitn ,-Ma nd dd-f I f ,IALIZE IN ' . EGLAZING V Y I I Lubrica 'on - Waslii g and Xl sir Batteries - Tires essories N D A N D B A If AJ PRESIDIO A ' GIZARY - I' fs B W PHA BO A PS for your ,fy DRUGS AND COS ODERN FOU TAIN HARRY G. BROUDY L 120 Sutter G t 26t SKyline 2621 I! DR. GEORGE M. PEARSON D Ia N T I s T it 505 Sixth Avenue SKyline 3790 M. ABRAHMS EXPERT XVATCH REPAIR 'ir 5339 Geary Street Skyline 6839 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND T H E B O O K C A S E Grace Fuller, Prop. V INN R BELL ' Geary at,50th Avenue OME COOKING ByW11menC00kJ more, have other plans. Well, what are you looking so wor- ried about, Dave Bentley? Phone BA. 6970 Plenty of Parking Space A U T O G R A P H S Ll E' COLISEUM MARKET E IV PETER GIULIANI Br Co. I E ' FRUITS 8: VEGETABLES - POULTRY N "' OYSTERS 7 FISH 719-7Z9CLEMENT STREET ' SKyline 4240-Connecting All Departments f sf GROWING GIRLS' SCHOOL OXFORDS ! Wliite of Brown-35.95 21 Pair iff of COLISEUM SHOE STORE X 'JD 5 QD 642 Clement Street BAyview 3983 LD ' .X WW 'S NQ Q! WILLIAM P. GOSS CO. 4640 GEARY BLVD. of LQ B CIRCULATING LIBRARY BA- 8282 - - 1, Gifts - Stationery - Toys ik V, VL, ' fe :Q School Supplies l X I - Q V It 23 Greeiing Card: for All Ormfiom P L U M B I N G' H E A 'I 1 N C' XXI. ' A . 'IS R E P A I R I N G ' ' 3608 Balboa Street Phone BAyview 8649 AND SGXN5 BA. 2020 our Motto: "Qualify 81 SEIVICCI' B 0 U DIN B A K E R Y W SEA CLIFF GENUINE V tl U95 CLEANERS Bc DYERS I Featuring our New, Modem SAN-I-SYSTEM FRENCH BREAD .I CLEANING - Odorless, Sanitary, Guaranteed it 5 IX 4-HOUR SERVICE j We Call and Delivew-Laundry Service 399 , wth Avenue Slqylinc 0416 ' 548 Clement St. 28th Ave. Bc Geary Blvd. PAGE ONE HUNDRED FOUR w qwmjjf 355534 'J W 9551? f'ff'Z?7541MJ 4 gk-Q M xQwE 6 wif, QW ff MWQTC M Bs 7CT6Q4Akq Q5 ' 56 g gg -'X E W M EW M WMM MJVAM ,Aww M www WWW WN EMWMWJN 29 Q 450 6 Sk 54 .Q Sv """"!""1r-7551+ -55 N - ,My Q G , ,X KW if but 1 I, ff A ,If ,f MAL I if ' ' f ff Alf-, 3 J fi fm ff 'A A 1- . 117 if fp , 4 Lfw' .ff ,ff M.,- rf, 5


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