Glendale High School - Stylus Yearbook (Glendale, CA)

 - Class of 1934

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L ' 2 -. .,- z--f..f' A- -.-"I -X' - 'T "': Y " rj .3 . uh .III ra 3 'I I . ,F . - n- I - . . nv.- 1- I I .I'5. , " - , 4- ' -I ' f :.III- ,II II I III -III..-L-I ..-., gi-I lg .1 ., ,Ir Ii 11.15-WEL - ." .Q 'Zi 4 .I 'ii I, .IJL 4.11" 1' I' " GRADUATES OF 1934 HE challenge brought by the present rapid changes in our economic and so- cial life comes to you as you end your years in high school. These changes will afford you abundant reason for self-study, for the estab- lishment of right personal attitudes toward your associates and toward social, business, and national life, and for a worthy means for the expression of your own initiative. We hope that in your high school Work you have laid the foundation for straight thinkingg that you will pursue a course of thinking to the best logical conclusion for yourself, facing facts as they are without warping or twisting them to your own ad- vantageg that you will respect the rights and the abilities of others, rating as highest the superiority of merit, service, and achieve- mentg that you will recognize and appreciate beauty wherever you may see it, whether in art, thought, or qualities of character, that you will be alert and sensitive to all that is going on around you and that you will determine upon a worthy guiding purpose for your future, taking counsel in this from what you have learned of the pastg and that you will search for that life task wherein you best can use your own natural abilities and derive from your work a profit to your- self and a keen enjoyment in living. GEORGE Movse, Principal 19 TH E STYLUS 34 OUR BANQUET theme, this year, is hunting. Hunting What? Opportunities, experiences, success? A very appropriate text. An inquisitive mind always hunts. You have hunted for four years for those same opportu- nities, experiences, successes in the class room. Your class room set-up has been designed to motivate thinking and action on your part, but at its best, the class room can only be an artificial substitute for the realities of life. However, your training, your ex- perience during your four years here is of the same type which you will find when you go out into business. The attitudes which you have developed, the knowledge which you have gained and the skills which you have attained carry over, and are the qualities which determine success or failure. E. WOLFE ' ONGRATULATIONS to you. Classes of 1934, for all that you have accomplished during your four years of high school! You probably would do many-things differently if you were to do them over again. To feel that way is just to be human. The best thing to do with these disappoint- ments, I suppose, is to forget them, unless they can help you to avoid further disappointments in the future. So congratulations to you for what you have accomplished and forgetful- ness for the things in which you have not realized your ambitions. Best wishes for a successful future in which all the successes of yesterday are aug- mented and the stumbling blocks turned into stepping stones. Your friend, ETHEL HUME FLOOD Movsa I9 T H E S T Y L U S 34 FACULTY Home Eeonomies Department ELLEN JULIA HANSON fHeadJ HELEN JANE HAIRGROVE MRS. GEORGIA WEAVER BOWLING CHARLOTTE LOUISE SPIER MRS. MIRIAM RAMBO TILTON Library ESTELLE DAISY LAKE MILDRED E. SMITH Illathematies Department J. EXRNDT TANDE QACI. Chair CLARA BREES FRANCIS DOUGLAS GOSSERAND INEZ LEDYARD JENNIE A. MCGREGOR J Meehanical Art: Department NIORGAN NOYSE SMITH fHeadJ J. PAUL BROWN JOE RAYMOND EASTWOOD VVALTER GORMAN BERT ROLFE BEULAH BEATRXCE WOODS Muxic Department ZULA MARGARET ZEIGLER CH'dJ HARRY WARNER ANDERSON MRS. FLORENCE EVELYN PARKER Physical Edufation Dept. ROY CLIFFORD JELLISON CHeadJ FLORENCE KNIGHT CHeadJ BEATRICE CASE HELEN LOUISE CHENEY RUSSELL THOMAS CRIPE JOHN STROTHER GAINES GEORGE SANFORD SPERRY MRS. MARGARET I. MUSSETTER STRUDLE MRS. ESTHER D. HOWTON Scienee Department EARL TRAVIS BROWN QHeadJ JENNIE ELEANOR CLAUSON ELEANOR BOYNTON GREEN FRANK MARTIN GULICK WILLIAM A. NORD FREELAND TEMPLETON CLAYTON B. WESTOVER Ofire Forte FRED A. SIHLER ELSA E. PERSSON ETHEL CARRINGTON MRS. FRANCES W. KNIGHT LOUISE AYALA Art Department MARY BETH ABBOTT fHeadJ C. JEANNETTE ABEL ESTHER CRANDALL DORIS CHURCHILL SPENCER Commerre Department JOHN Rl-IEA BAKER fHeadJ MRS. GERTRUDE BALLARD MRS. ELIZABETH A. CRIPPEN MABEL MURPHY JAMES MCDOWELL STEELE HARRIET SVVITZER -9- MABEL UTLEY ,FEED CARRYL N. THURBER English Department JENNIE YOUNG FREEMAN CHeadJ P. V. R. ADAMS DELMAR JOSEPH EDMONDSON ANNA S. ELAM MRS. MARY CREATH GOLDSXNIITH MRS. E. MARIAN HARDY GREENE DANA IRVING GROVER MARY HAIRGROVE FRANCES MARGARET HALL BEATRICE HELMER DOROTHY B. POIIPY MARY RIGG MARION L. UNDERWOOD Foreign Language Dept. DOROTHY GILSON fHeadJ MRS. JUANITA CASE COURTENAYE MRS. HELEN TROUP HUDSON MRS. MABEL ODELL LAMEERT LAURA CLAIRE MANETTA FAY N. MCENDREE DAISY LEE MONROE History Department ETHEL MAUD SOPER CHeadJ FRANCES NORENE AHL BESSIE L. FIELD GLADYS MARIE LEONARD MRS. ALICE C. MCDONALD KENNETH MERRILL MONTGOMERY WALLACE EDMUNDS RANKIN MRS. JESSIE EVANS CORBETT I9 THE STYLUS 34 BOARD OF EDUCATION Mas. ALICE AuAMsoN RICHARDSON D. WHITE President Supzrintcndenl , 1 NORMAN DAVIDSON PAUL STILLMAN CARL MAT!-:ms A. W. Towns .. - I9 THE STYLUS 34 BOARD OF CONTROL LINDSEY LINDSEY TAUXE BAKER KELLER KAY ANDREWS MONTGOMERY STUDENT COUNCIL HENDERSON SHERMAN TAGGART STUTZMAN MACDONALD JAMES DONAHUE HUNTER -1I. I9 TH E STYLUS 34 Secretary Secretary Chairman Chairman Secretary Secretary Secretary President President President ,int i CABINET I Glendale High, here's to you, the fnest student body in Southern California. President - BUD KELLEY Vice-President - - - XVARD ALBERT Secretary nlssentblies IVIARY EDITH SMITH Secretary Publieity JOSEPHINE SWIGGETT President Boys' League JIM MACDONALD President Girls' League - JANE BRIGGS Finance ----- INIARGARET NICHOLAS Debate - - - - FRANK ESHOM Student Count-il - - BUD LEWIS Board of Control State - - - Boys' tlthletivs Girls' fltlzletifs Senior Class Junior Class - Sophomore Class CHANDLER LINDSEY LILLIAN ORMISHER NORMAN YECKLEY DOROTHY SHOMLER - WARD ALBERT LARRY JAMES TED ANDREWS SWIGGETT SMITH MACDONALD ' BRIGGS NICHOLAS ESHOM LINDSEY ORMISHER SHOMLER ALBERT MONTGOMERY ANDREWS -I2- I9 THE STYLUS 34 Secretary Secretary Cltairman Chairman Secretary Secretary Secretary President President President C A B I N E T I I I shall befort'-z11'r grateful for your friendship and fooperation. President - -CLARENCE JOHNSON Vice-President - - BILL MONTGOMERY Secretary dssentblies - BETTY HAILS Secretary Publicity - JOHNNY RAYBORN President Boys' League BILL INIONTGOMERY President Girls' League MARGARET CHASE Finance -------- BOB KASE Debate - - - MADELINE COREY Student Council VIRGINIA HENDERSON Board of Control - - SAM KELLER State - - FRANCES ABBOTT Boys' Athletics - - BILL WILBER Girls' dthletifs BETTY MONTGOMERY Senior Class - - ED RADKE Junior Class - TED ROBINSON Sophomore Class TED ANDREVVS I IZIAILS RAYBORN MONTGOMERY CHASE CASE COREY HENDERSON KELLER ABBOTT WILBUR MONTGOMERY RADKE ROBINSON ANDREWS KELLEY -13- I9 THE STYLUS 34 RLS LEAGUE OFFICE JANE BRIGGS - BARBARA TAUXE - GEORGI.A SMITH - BETTY ANGIER - - MARG.ARET HEALEY - NEDRA THEIMEG - - BERNARDINE GINGERY JEAN BUTLER - - - JOSEPHINE SWIGGETT - ALTA RETTBERG - - MELBA SMITH - - PEGGY WHEELER - PHYLLIS BORKMAN - BETTY JANE UHL - BETTY HAILS - - DOROTHY SHOMLER - MARGARET CHASE - President - Vice-President - Secretary - -- - - Treasurer - - - - Uniform Dress Chairman - - Friendship Chairman - Philanthropic Chairman - Finance Chairman - - Social Chairman - - - Publicity Chairman - - - Welfare Chairman - - Entertainment Chairman - - Sophomore Representative - - Junior Representative - - Senior Representative - - G.14.,4. Representative - - Honorary' Mernbers - -14- - NIARGARET CHASE BERNADINE GINGERY CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN MARGARET HEALEY - PAULINE JENCKS VIRGINIA RUSSELL WILMA HITCHCOCK - ROBERTA HIGGENBOTHAM - HAZEL WOLI-'E - - BETTY ANGIER DOROTHY SHOMLER - NANCY COLVER - BETTY KAIESMIER MAYLA SANDBECK - .. CAROL BRYANT BETTY MONTGOMERY - - JANE BRIGGS - GEORGIA SMITH I9 THE STYLUS 34 BOYS' LEAGUE OFFICERS JIM MACDONALD - President, First Semester BILL MONTGOMERY - - President, Second Semester LARRY JAMES - - Vice-President, First Semester BRUCE OSHIER - - Vice-President, Second Semester GEORGE HANEY - Secretary-Treasurer, First Semester FRED BERG - Secretary-Treasurer, Second Semester -15- 19 THE STYLUS 34 DAVE SUNKEES - - DICK WHITTINGHAM MRS MIRIAM TILTON MARY BUELL JIM BUGENTAL JERRY BROWN BOE BROUGHTON En FORD SANFORD GROVER BERNARD GOETKER VIRGINIA PATTERSON BYRON PIERCE BILL REAM MELVIN SEEGOR CAFETERIA - Managers - fl rlvisers Assixtants LEON SI-IOOK BOB SIPPLE LEONA WALKER DORIS ANSPACH ART CRUICKSHANK ESTHER DIETRICH KERMIT ECKELBERGER MILDRED FRASHER HELEN HANSSEN ED KNUCHELL JUNE WELCH -I6- - JACK NIEYERSCOUCH MRS. NIIRIAIVI TILTON HELEN YOUNG ELEANOR JERGUSON ROLLY MOORE WOODROW YOUNG Bon JOHNSON GEORGE GAGE DELos THURBER JXLLEGRA LEVY ANNA CABALLERO EUGENE YORK MILTON GREENBI,ATT 19 THE STYLUS 34 STAGE CREW RAY STROWZER- - - - Stage fllanager - - LAWRENCE SALISBURY LAWRENCE SALISBURY - - Electririan - - - -JAMES OSCOOD RALPH BERKSON CLARENCE CLEWS MARIE EASTON YYSABEL MOMSEN BEVERLY ORHMUND CREW ASSISTANTS HOUSTON RICH MARVIN SEAL CLEO SHOOK JEROME SMITH .IOE CHESTER DEMING MERRICK GENE MINK MARGARET ROSS DALTON WOLLARIJ WAYNE THOMAS JACK SLOCOMB , ,f DORIS ANSPACH, Head BETTY KINZER DOROTHY SHOMLER DOROTHY LADD BETTY MONTGOMERY FRANCES BAKER M.ARIE EMMAL RUTH PATTERSON MARIE BERENDSEHN USHERS RUTH LOCKWOOD HELEN YOUNG MARGARET BURT MARY ETTA LAKE JEAN SIMCOX MARION WOLFE ELLEN TRONSIER NIILDRED FRASHER -I7- MARGARET NICHOLAS HELEN PHELPS FRANCES JAMES SHIRLEY COE RUTH BIERMA CONSTANCE MCCONN El L VELMA RAMEY THELMA DOBBINS LILLIAN ORMISHER 19 THE STYLUS 34 S T U D E N T B A N K BIARGARET NICHOLAS - - Secretary of Finance ------ BOB KASE HAZEL DUDLEY CAROLA GIAGE H BOB STEPHENS BOB KASE LEONA BROWN HELEN FISHMAN NIAURICE BROSTOFF LILLIAN ORNIISHER JANETTE CLARK BESSIE HEIJNE Lols YOUNG PEGGY BECK BETTY SMITH GEORGE SHAVER RUTH LALLY MARY CLOUGH JACK COPE BETTY BAUMGARTNER GENE STEBBINS NIARGARET NICHOLAS CLAYTON CHRISOPE WALTER PENBERTHY JUNA BROWN VIRGINIA DEWEY FRANK LEWIS CAMPBELL FORD PAULINE STERLING Adviser - - MRS. L. G. BULLOCK -I8- I9 THE STYLUS DOROTHY WILKES JUNE GARDNER GVVENDOLYN HOPKINS ELAINE UNRUH MARY BUELL HELEN YOUNG LAVERNE SHIELDS BERNICE BERTRAND JOHN CALHOUN - BEN BUTLER - - JAMES M. STEELE - L IBRARY STAFF IVA JANE COWAN BLANCHE WOOSLEY EVA LOUISE JONES SADABELLE STEVENSON BARBARA CARTER ELIZABETH HUGHES IVIARIAN PARKER NIARY SIMPSON BOOK STORE - - Manager - - - Assistant - - Faculty fldfviser - DORIS MCINTYRE SUE RAY FRANCES OyBRIEN GLADYS YOUNG NORMA WITHAM ANNABELLE WATSON VIRGINIA OVERTON A - WALTER NIADDEN - - BEN BUTLER - JAMES M. STEELE -I9- I9 T H E STYLUS 34 DON EDMONDS - HARRY WILLIAMS - KIETH BALLARD - ALDEN BICI-IENO ROBERT CLUGAGE VIC CONLEY DON DEWAR JOI-IN ELLIOTT RODNEY ELLIOT HAMPTON HAOOOII DODGE HOOPER W. A. JOLLY LEO KYLE ALLEN LANNOM BO YS' GLEE CL - - President - - - Business Manager' - - Acfonzpanist - ROBERT MINTNER HARRY READ JACK RIDLEY HOWARD SNYDER JIM TINGEY BOE WATTS JACK BOWMAN ORVILLE GOODMAN BILLY KASSI,ER KENNETH DRABBLE JACK BOWMAN CHARLES CHURCHILL -20- - JOHNNY BEssER - HARRY WILLIAMS - - IRENE CURI RICHARD FLYNN KIM HILL DON LUsEY GENE MINK BOE RAMSEY RAY ROSENBERG GEORGE RUTTER STEVE TAGGART BOE YODER JEROME WAITE SAM WHITMAN I9 T H E STYLUS' 34 Preszdent - - Buxzness Manager A cco mpanist - CATHERINE ALEXANDER EDLEEN ALLEN BETTY ANGIER MARYALICE BICREL RACHEL BIERMA IvA JEAN BLOIJGETT KATHRYN BUTFERFIELD ELEANOR FERGUSON JANE FLINT LAVERNE GURNEE MARTHA HITCHCOCK IRLS' CLEE PAULINE JENCKS JUDITH JoNEs BETTY KINZER DAISY KORTS MAKIAN LAIL JUNE LEVELLE SUE MOORE MARY JANE MYLER MARIAN PARKER VIRGINIA PATTERSON NORMA PIERCE BARBARA PRESTON -2I- MARTHA RUBY ELEANOR HALE IRENE STORER RUTH RA1KES VELMA RAMEY ROSANNE REDMAN VIVIAN REEvEs DOROTHY SAWYER DOROTHY SHOMLER LOUISE STAUB JULIA TOWER MARGARET WADEY ELEANOR VVELCH SARAH ZETNICK 19 THE STYLUS 34 ,'i!IliIl.i' HERNICE LAII, BE'I"I'Y GREEN RUTH VON BLOACHER MARGARET UGLESBY NIADELINE CIAGE NIAXINE KASTIIER BORIS l,EvIN RAI.I-H STUPP ROIIERT HANSEN BII.I,Y KAS'FI,ER EIAIER HYDE ORCH DURI5 fl00lJN ER FRANCIS CHII.DERs CrIIu.r VIRGINIA .-XRIIRON BERNICE MITOCH ED KNUCllEI.I. Bam Vial JEAN QIRAM Fluff' DUNCAN I'UI,I.ION fifllh' JAMES SIMPSON ESTRA Cl1IrifI1'l,r EUGENE MARIAE VIOI.A ,IQONE MARY JANE ARANI' B!lJJlIll7l LARENA QIRAY Frrnrll llurn BEN VVOOLSTENCROEI 'I'rI1l1Ipr'f,v AI,IIER'r COCRSHUIII' SAM MAIIRY Tr II nz If 11 nw BOOTH GRA AI Pfl'f1l.F.fil1fI JIM N1Cl.EOD WARI-'IEIID QIARSON Piano and Uryrm BII,I, f?RIMS'1'EAD JOAN HEI.xIs EvEI.YN NIORRIS H W. ANDERSON DON NIASTERS CQIORYA CURRAN Tru lllpffj HII.I. BEARDsI,EY AI,EER'r COCKSHUTT HOWARD KAY BARI.Ow GRII-'EITII VVIIIIAAI JOHNS LELAND BLACKBURN CAMI-DEI.I, FORD SAM MARRY Ifrmzrh Horn PAUI. HARRIS Barftonfs VVII,I.Is HARRIS KENNETH HEIIMAN Tfillllbllllfj BAND DON IWASTERS BOOTH QQRAM DrI11rI.r JIM MCLEOD RICHARD CQRIFFEN LEON SIIOOR RICHARD BEACH VANCE N11I.I.ER Sv u.f Il ph u n IKY CLEO SIIUOK LYI.E SIIIITH f:lIlfi7I!'f.f JACK BEARDsI.EY ARNOLD HOWARD ELEANOR POWELI, -22- - 1Dil'f'l'fUI Drum fllfljor ' Drum -Unjrn M.-IRc:ARE'r JACKSON N1ARY JANE .XRANT f'IlARl.E5 l2I,I,Is 1,il'l'0lIl.1' IILTOH CHRISAIAN DUNCAN PUI.I.IAxI Ulmf J AMES SIAIIISON lfllijlflill LORENA GRAY Saxn plm nr: SIDNEY BERAN RAY RDXYARDS QPEORGE FOs'rER C'IIARI.Es ROOERE I9 TH E STYLUS 34 BOARD OF Scnior CO1nmi.vsioners BETTY MONTGOMERY RAY IDE RICHARD ANDREWS ED RADKE ELLA MAY EBLAE ONIDA HALAY WILLIS HARRIS MARTIN HOCK CHARLES NEWTON BOE WILHELM MARJORIE WILKES LOUIS LARGEY HOPE HARPER JOAN HELMS A. MARTENSER ED ROEHL ROBERT PH-ILLIPPI ALTON DALRYMPLE PEGGY BECK BARNEY BONER EVELYNE O,BRAYE MADALINE COREY ELAINE FAREED ELIZABETH HUGHES RITA KEELEY SYLVESTER LA CHASSE WILMA MCALISTER MYRA MCCOME ELAN SHAW BETTY MONTGOMERY BERNARDINE GINGERY LORRAINE MILNE MARY LOU FARR DORIS ANSPACH BOOTH GRAM ELVIN SKAGGS DON COLE MAXINE DEJSART RAY EDWARDS PAT ZERAL GEORGE MACRAE BOB PUTNAM BOE LINDSEY DEAN KLINE JUNE LERELL STEVE KRENZER CLAIRE STOCKWELL MARTHA SILBERBERG ALICE SUNDMACHER PAULINE STERLING MADELINE GAGE COLMER JONES ELVA NELSON MAE RAE DE LONG ELVA RICH MADELINE NOEHL BARBARA PADGETT LAIS BARBOUR BETTY CAJACOB FRANK CARR ART MACBAINE MAXINE PRYOR RONALD ILSE GEORGE POPPER JAMES MACMILLEN GEORGE RUTTER MARY WAGNER RUTH WHITE ROEERT WILSON RALPH STUPP AUDREY COOKE BILL BRALTON VIC CORBALEY JACK TONE SHIRL ALEXANDER HELEN BAKER VIC CONLEY CONTROL I Junior Commissioners CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN DONALD HUNTER LLOYD DIETZ BILL WILBER Staf THELMA EVANS FRED FLO DICK FLYNN GEORGE GALLAGHER MARG HEALEY DON LAWRIE JAMES LOGAN BRUCE LONG JOHN MEHL EILEEN NELSON HELEN ROGERS SAM WHITEMAN ARTHUR WATTS NATHAN WYNHAUSEN DAN CONNER WALTER WELLS JACK BEARDSLEY ART CRUIKSHANK BILL COLEMAN MARGARET CHASE DON EDMONDS EARL DANIALS BETTY HAILS LOIS JESSEN GEORGE KEHRILE JACK MONAHAN HERB STRONG MARTHA RUEY BILL GOODRICH JAMES AP ROBERTS ALTON DALRYMPLE PAUL MEILING ELEANOR POWELL BOE PHILLIPPI -23- NORMA YECKLEY ROBERT WILSON BILL FRAMPTON WALTER PENEERTHY THEODORE RUPP IVAN VIETS BOE WILHELBI ART MARTENSEN JANET FORD JACK THOMPSON ED GRAVES PAUL HARRIS PAULINE JENCKS EDWIN SCHEIDECHER HUEERTO MADRID JAMES BANKS FANCHON BROWN CARL CHEEK AUDREY COOK CAMPBELL FORD FRANK HARDISON BETTY KIRKPATRICK YNEZ LYON KENNETH RICE DOLPH THOMAS BILL BRATTON WARREN FELLINGI-IAM LEAH WAREIELD KENNETH HORNER DUNCAN PULLIAM RICHARD WILSON JAMES OSGOOD WALTER BALDERSTONE MARTIN HEISEY BILL MOORE HARRY KLISSNER ELMER HYDE HARRY ROUNDS HUGH CRISMEN I9 THE STYLUS 34 Senior Commissioners CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN DICK FLYNN BOB LINDSEY RICHARD FLYNN ED RADKE BOB PHILLIPPI BOB WILSON JAMES 0sGOOD EUGENE LAMPHIER JAMES LOGAN BILL MOORE ARTHUR WATTS BOB PUTNAM HARRY ROUNDS JACK SLOCOMB ROGER SAWYER CLIFFORD LUND HARVEY KLISSNER ARTHUR MORTENSON BOB MANETTE DAN MCMANN JOHN BERRY RAY JENSEN MARTIN HOCK GAIIE HAMILTON RONALD GLENN BILL CROFT BOB CUSTER DONALD YORK JAMES APROBERTS CLYDE COWLIN RAY EDWARDS BETTY GUILLIAM STEVE KRENZER MARIAN LAIB JUNE LEvEI,LE BOARD OF CONTROL II GEORGE MACRAE Junior Commissioner: ROBERT WILSON DON HUNTER BOB PUTNAM ED RADKE DON EDMONDS BILL FRAMPTON BILL CONvERsE A .r.ri.Itant.r BARBARA PADGETTE MAXINE PRYOR ROSEANN REDMAN EDNA RICH MARTHA SILBERBERG DOUGLAS SMITH SIGRID WHITMORE JAMES GLENN LOIs JESSEN JEAN MILLER LOUIS CUMMARO FRANK WHITE BETTY ANN MUSSER VIRGINIA ETHERIDGE MARY JUNE REESE DOROTHY ANDREWS MARY HENSI,ER YVONNE BAKER BOB LILYMAN BILL WILBER MADELINE COREY JACK CASE MAYLA SANDBECK MARION SCHERER THELMA EVANS RITA KEELER BILL MCWHIRTER JAMES BANKS BILI. BRATTON BETTY CAJACOB BILL COLEMAN IAUDREY COOKE XNARREN FELLINGHAM MADELINE GAGE FRANK HARDISON BETTY KIRKPATRICK YNEz LYON JACK MONAHAN KENNETH RICE DOLPH THOMAS RALPH STUPP NATHAN WYNHAUSEN CAMPBELL FORD FANCHON BROWN JOHN SEGALE FRED ALBRIGHT KIM HILL YSABEL MOMSEN LOIS BARBOUR BARLOW GRIFFITH KATHERINE BROOKE FRANK CARR JEAN CRAIG JACK FRENCH WALDON GOSSARD RICHARD ISRAEL GEORGE KEHRLI CLIFFORD KIPERS JAMES PARKER RUTH PERRY BOB RAMSEY MARTHA RUBY JANE SCOTT HERBERT STRONG NEWELL WHITTIER MARJORIE YUILI, -24- MARTHA SILBERBERG LLOYD DIETZ BOOTH GRAM STEVE TAGGART BLYTHE RAE HAWLEY DEAN KLYNE RALPH REID ALDAN BICHENO ALTON DALRYMPLE JANET FORD ' ED GRAVES PAULINE JENCKS MARY HELEN BROWN ARTHUR MORTENSEN HUBERTO MADRID ELEANOR POWELL THEODORE RUPP LETA FRANCES WEAVER IVAN VIETS BOB WILHELM DICK ANDREWS DAN CONNER JOHN MEHL RICHARD WILSON TOM SAUER HOWARD KAY VERNON BELL MARGARET HEAI,EY JANE BRIGGS BORIS LEvIN HELEN ROGERS GEORGE GAI.LAGHER ELLIOTT ABERS DELMAR CRAWSON FRED FLO DON KING I9 T H E STYLUS 34 K BOYS' SERVICE CLUB SAM KELLER - ---- President ---- - Bon YODER ED RADKE - - Vice-President - Bos LINDSEY BILL COLEMAN - - Secretary - - STEVE TAGGART CHANDLER LINDSEY EUGENE LAMPHEAR HARRY ROUNDS JOHN MEI-IL HowARD KAY GUY SMITH KENNETH GLENN LLOYD DIETZ BILL COLEMAN HERBERT STRONG ROBERT WILSON WALTER PENEERTHY DON MACDOUGAI, FRANK HARRISON HAMLIN GRAINGER KENNETH KIER BILL BEARDSLEY WALTER WELL BOE PUTNAM CAMPBELL FORD Bos LINDSEY RICHARD ANDREWS WILLIAM FRAMPTON DON HUNTER JAMES LocAN BILL WILBER BILL BRATTON -25- RICHARD WILSON ROBERT PHILLIPPI BooTH GRAM HARRY KLISSNER RAY EDWARDS ARTHUR MORTENSEN RICHARD FLYNN WALTER BALDERSTON BEN BUTTLER JAMES Oscoon NATHAN WYNHAUSEN GAIL HANIILL ARTHUR WATTS I9 T H E STYLUS 34 GI JOSEPHINE SWIGGETT - BETTY MONTGOMERY - VIARGARET CHASE - MARTHA SILBERBERG - First Semester Seniors FRANCES BAKER DORIS ANSPACH LILLIAN ORMISHER RUTH LOCKWOOD MARGARET CHASE JOSEPHINE SWIGGETT DOROTHY SHOMLER VIRGINIA THOMPSON JANE FRAMPTON BETTY HAILS JANE BRIGGS Juniors VIRGINIA POMEROY MARGARET HEALEY BETTY MONTGOMERY CHARLOTTE CARPENTER MARIE LAI-'DANY THELMA DOBBINS PEGGY BECK Sophomore: ELEANOR KLAUSON ROBERTA HIGGINBOTHEM YNEZ LYON BARBARA HALE FRANCES JAMES RLS' SERVICE CLUB - President ---- Vice-President - Secretary-Treasurer - - Chaplin - - MARTHA SILBERBERG LORRAINE GEISE PATTIE SMITH MARY HELEN BROWN VIRGINIA WRIGHT CONSTANCE MCCONNELI. IRENE ANDERSEN Prifviledged Member: BERNARDINE GINGERY NEDRA THIEMIG MARJORIE BUDDINGTON BARBARA TAUXE MARY EDITH SMITH Honorary Members BETTY JANE UI-IL VIRGINIA HENDERSON Second Semester Senior: FRANCES BAKER JEAN GRINNELI, ELEANOR HALE MILDRED HOCR RUTH LOCKWOOD BETTY MONTGOMERY FRANCES MYERS DOROTHY SHOMLER Lois YOUNG -26- - DOROTHY SHOMLER - - FRANCES BAKER - MARTHA SILBERBERG - - ELEANOR HALE DORIS ANSPACH Junior: THELMA DOBBINS HAZEL DUDLEY BARBARA HALE MAXINE DYSART MARGARET HEALEY VIRGINIA POMEROY MARTHA SILBERBERG BETTY STEIGLETZ, DOROTHY JANE WILKES VIRGINIA WRIGHT CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN JUNE LEVELLE Sophomore: ANNA MAE ESTHERLY ALICE JOBST ELVA NELSON LOIS NIXON JANICE WRIGHT Honorary Member: VIRGINIA HENDERSON YSABEL MOMSEN PEGGY WHEELER GEORGIA SMITH ROMAYNE STEWART I9 T H E STYLUS 34 BUMP, BRUISE, AND PADDLE CLUB BOB STONER - - - REGINALD JONES - m7ARD ALBERT - - REGINALD JONES VIC CONLEY MR. GOSSERAND - BUD KELLEY JIM MACDONALD BILL WILBER JOE SPDHRER BOE RAMSEY CHANDLER LINDSEY CHARLES SHUTESE KIETH CALVERT BILL MONTGOMERY Captain - Lieutenant - Lieutenant - Corpornls - - Secretary-Treasurer .fldfviser - - KAY TAYLOR - BILL COLEMAN - - BOB KASE - EARL DAVIS LOUIS CUMARRO - BILL WILI-IER MR. GOSSERAND BUD LEWIS DON DEWAR GEORGE HANEY MILTON GREENELAIT Bon HENSLER KENNETH KIER BILL COLEMAN BOB KASE ..27- LOUIS CUMARRO SCOTT MCDONALD DON SEAL VVINTON WEBB SELOS THUREER DAVE SKINNER RAY ROSENEERI: FRED BERG NORMAN DUTTON I9 T EXPLOSION Editor ---- Jssociale Editor - xlssociale Editor Sports Editor - REPORTERS MARY EDITH SMITH BETTY HAILS VIC CORBALEY Lois JESSEN MURIEL COOPER MARTHA ANN SHERWOOD GLADYS GARDINER GEORGIA SMITH HE STYLUS 34 STAFF I CATHERINE SHERMAN NIARY JANE GILLAN - JEANNE BUTLER A - BILL JEWETT GENE IVICLAIN CHARLES NEWTON GENE NICHOLSON JANE PARKER -28- 19 THE STYLUS 34 EXPLOSION Editor - - zlssociate Editor Associate Ediior Sports Editor BETTY ANGIER ALICE BROWN CHARLES DAVIS PAUL ECKLEY STAFF II - BILL BiCVVHlRTER - THELMA EVANS - BETTY HOLLOWAY - DON DEWAR REPORTERS EVELYN EVANS MARJORIE LUND HUBERTO MADRID BARBARA MURRAY LOUISE FITCH JANE PARDON JOHN RAYBORN FRANCES MYERS EVA LOUISE JONES -29- 19 THE STYLUS 34 STYLUS STAFF Editor - - - JIM T. BUGENTAL MARY JANE GILLAN JIM BUGENTAL Associate Editors - BETTY HAILS Sports Editor - - BILL JEWETT School and Class Editor ---- MARTHA ANN SHERWOOD Girls' Sports - - - - GEORGIA SMITH Clubs Editor - - - CLARENCE JOHNSON Events Editor - - JEANNE BUTLER Snapshot Editor - - FRANK ESHOM Stenographie Editor - - BETTY HOLLOWAY Sales Manager - WALTER PENBERTHY CHARLES NEWTON Advertising - BOB BROUGHTON .CHANDLER LINDSEY JOHNSON HAILS BROUGHTON PENBERTHY SMITH SHERWOOD NEWTON -30- I9 .THE STYLUS 34 ART CONTRIBUTORS T Art Editor - - JANE FRAMPTON J Assistant Art Editor - DALE BAYMILLER Cover Design - - GLENN CAMP JANE FRAMPTON Ex Libris - - - RALPH MOORE School JOHN GILLESPIE Events ------ BOB ANDERSON Classes - CHARLOTTE CARPENTER Clubs - ELIZABETH MCLEOD Sports - JACK BEARDSLEY Humor - HELEN ROGERS Map - BETTY JANE YATES Drawings - - JACK TONE Drawing HAMPTON HAOOOD N BUTLER JEWETI' GILLAN BAYMILLER LINDSEY ESHOM HOLLOWAY -3I- : may r , lb, wvpo - ik-' A r , x ' .1- .vw ' I 'f l : Him - '11 aww-f", 1 lyggmgf ,V 1 ' n . 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Il 7' A' " -4 1 1 I - 915 K7'l'!' --.rx -wh., I9 THE STYLUS 34 THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON November 24, 1933, the fourth annual school play was presented. This year James M. Barrie's modern comedy, "The Admirable Crichton," was chosen. Previously the presentations have been Shakespearean. Miss Marion Cnderwood Very ably directed the production. She was assisted by Josephine Swiggett, student director. bliss Ifsther Crandall was the technical director. THI Crichton - - Vic Conley Lady Catherine - lfthel Gregory Margaret Healy - lid Radke Dale Baymiller XV. A. Jolly Betty Hails Lady Mary - lfarl of Loam - Mrs. Perkins - Mr. Rolleston - bliss Fischer - The I-Ion. Ernest Xvooley Clarence Johnson Lady Agatha - Patricia Bowman Rev. Treherne - Charles Churchill Lord Brocklehurst - Bill Harwood Monsieur Fleury - Frank lfshom "Udds and lfnds" - - - Business Manager - C A S T Mr.Tompsett - - Don King Nliss Simmons - blayla Sandbeclc Mademoiselle Jeanne Betty lfberhard John - - Kermit liicklebarger Gladys - - Doris .-Xnspach Lady Brockelhurst Klarjorie Buddington Thomas - - Paul Queyrel .lane - - Bernadino Gingery Tweeny - Jewel Dudley Buddy ---- Himself Clill Chellew, Norman Yeckly - - - Don Dewar - BK - 19 THE STYLUS 34 VARIETY SHOW Glendale High School presented its twentieth annual variety show March 22 and 23, 1934. Mr. George Sperry was the chairman of the management. The stage setting was a tramp ship, sailing around the world carrying cargo from port to port. At each harbor the sailors are entertained on board the ship by natives of the countries where they dock. Each act is in a port. The ship started from San Francisco harbor. The Hrst stop was in Africa. Here, three savages danced for the crew. A peasant entertained the group at their stop in Russia. At the Grecian harbor, a balloon dance was given aboard the ship. A June Night in Naples was the name of the act which Was given by the music department. The French Club act was a scene in front of a cafe. The fast moving Spanish act proved to be one of the best received. It was a welcome to the travelers in the Spanish manner. The Art act was directed by Jean and Rudolfe Abel. It caused great comment. It was the Javanese arrow ceremony. The next act took place in New York. The follies were reproduced. The Alumni act was dancing by Broadway dancers. The Girls' Gym put on the concluding act. A Show Boat Troupe came on deck at New Urleans, which was the end of the journey. Curtain acts were by the Boys' Trio, the sailors, Jane Flint, Bill Grim- stead, the Girls' Trio, Jack VVood, and Clifford Orr. V -34- 19 T H E STYLUS 34 THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR The Senior Play, The Thirteenth Chair, by Bayard Veillet, was presented May 24, 25, 1924. The mystery was well received. Miss Marion Underwood directed the play. She was assisted by Catherine Sherman, student director and Bernadine Gingery. HELEN O,NEILL WILL CROSBY - MRS. CROSBY - ROSCOE CROSBY EDWARD WALES MARY EASTWOOD BRADDISI-I TRENT HELEN TRENT HOVVARD STANDISH PHILIP MASON - ELIZABETH ERSKINE GRACE STANDISH POLLOCK - - THE CAST MADAME ROSALIE LA GRANGE - TIM DONOH UE SERGEANT DUNN - LXLICE DONER CLARENCE JOHNSON - MARGARET BURT - EDWARD RADKE CHARLES NEWTON - HELEN TONK HARRY NVILLIAMS GEORGIA SMITH - DONALD KING - ROBERT WATTS ROWENA ROSEBROUGH - BETTY HAILS - SAM WHITMAN JANIE MCDOWELL JACK MONAHAN - LLOYD DIETZ -35- I9 THE STYLUS 34 GIRLS STUNT PARTY The annual Girls Stunt Party was held on October 27, 1933. Hundreds of girls attended, dressed in costumes of every conception. Mothers of the girls on the Girls League Executive Board assisted the Board in welcoming the girls and their mothers. The various stunts were presented in the auditorium. The senior stunt, an old-fashioned VVestern melodrama, which was written and directed by Catherine Sherman, was the prize winner. The junior stunt, headed by Betty Jane Uhl, was a children's piano recital. Mayla Sandbeck organized the sophomore stunt, which was a baby show. The women of the faculty pre- sented a very amusing pantomime. It was a scene in front of a theatre showing the people buying tickets. Curtain acts were given by Glorya Curran, Gladys Gardiner, Marjorie Buddington, Dale Baymiller, and Letha Rodolph. Everyone then adjourned to the Girls Gym for the remainder of the eveningls entertainment. There was a grand march. The prize for the best costume was awarded Mickey Ruby, who represented the N.R.A. Catherine Sherman and Ruth Klaus won the prize waltz. Music for dancing was provided by Carl Seeballe and his orchestra. Jane Briggs, president of the Girls League, had charge of the affair. Working with her were Margaret Chase, decorations, Elaine Fareed, orchestra, Virginia Henderson, refreshmentsg Betty Angier, ticketsg Ethel Gregory and Ruth Klaus, prizes. -36- I9 THE STYLUS 34 BOYS' STAG PARTY On November 3, 1933, the Boys' League held its annual Stag Party in the Boys' Gym. Close to 500 boys and fathers attended, according to Jim McDonald, Boys' League President. To Jim Stebbins, who was chairman of the entertainment and publicity committees, goes a great deal of the credit for the success of the affair. He obtained a fine program. A basketball game between the alumni and the expected varsity teams ended with the varsity on the low end of a 60-22 score. Several boxing matches, refereed by George Haney, followed. Huberto lVladrid's bout with Ray Anderson was declared a draw. Likewise, the John Madden vs. Stan Andrews, Chan Zabala vs. Domingo Lopez, and Sam Taylor vs. "Wild Man" Bartola bouts. The only decision of the evening was given Dick Whittingham who boxed Walt Madden. Three wrestling tussels were the next features. They were between Rich and Ralston, Locke and Joe Schietz, and Duval Puthoff and Ezra Smith. All ended as draws. The outstanding performance of the evening then followed. The L. A. Poly High tumblers under the direction of Jack Berry, Olympic champion of 1928, proceeded to entertain the crowd with their stunts on the high bar. All four members of the team are champions. This event proved to be the best received. The group adjourned to the lunch stand for refreshments. The refresh- ment committee was headed by Larry James. Ward Albert had charge of the floor committee. 1 -37- I9 THE STYLUS 34 SENIOR PROM The Christmas motif was used for the annual Senior Prom, which was given December 15, 1933, in the Girls' Gym. ln the center of the Hoor was a huge white Christmas tree. Reindeer, sleighs, and Santa Clauses were decorations for the walls. Two large wreaths were hanging amidst the snow in the large Windows at each end of the gym. Everett Hoagland's orchestra, which plays at Balboa, provided music for the affair. The dance was given under the leadership of Ward Albert, senior class president. A very capable committee Worked with him. Catherine Sherman devised the clever decorations and carried out those plans made. Don Dewar headed the committee that selected the orchestra. The refresh- ments were prepared by Barbara Tauxe. The chairman of the program committee was Josephine Swiggett. Jim Stebbins had charge of the ticket sale. Norma Yeckley took charge of the cloakroom. All worked hard to promote the success of the Prom. The ticket sales showed that approximately 250 couples attended. Phyllis Thaxter and Leslie Broom Won the prize waltz. The selection was made by popular applause. -38- 19 THE STYLUS 34 IUNIOR nom "A Night in Holland" was the theme for one of the best Junior Proms Glendale High School has ever had. It was held April 14, 1934. With the theme song, "Little Dutch Mill," Lou Traveller's ten-piece orchestra fur- nished music for the occasion. Too much credit cannot be given to Ted Robinson, Class of '35 president, and his committee chairmen. Bud Grainger had charge of the decorations. Refreshments were under the care of Bill lvilber. Larry James was the head of the ticket and floor committees. Harry Hankey and Charles Newton handled the publicity. The entertainment committee was headed by Ed Hearn. Clever programs with a Dutch scene on them were designed by Hampton Hagood, chairman of that committee. The Girls' Gym was decorated in blue and white. The blue and white streamers were draped from the top of the gym to the sides. A little blue windmill was at one end of the floor, the orchestra at the other. Dutch scenes and little Dutch boys and girls adorned the Walls. It was all Very cleverly worked out. Instead of the traditional prize waltz, a prize fox trot was held. Elva May and Jimmy Donohue won the two loving cups. -39- I9 THE STYLUS 34 STYLUS DANCE The Stylus staff and the Cabinet worked together to give the first Stylus Dance in the history of Glendale High. The theme was the same as that of this year's Stylus, ua bug's eye view of a garden." The dance was given in the Girls' Gym on March 9, 1934. Qver 200 couples enjoyed the dance. As a new feature, a floor show was presented. Jack Monahan, who had charge of the show, secured some popular entertainment. Gladys Gardiner, a former student, sang several popular songs. Alva Hadsell and Orville Bly danced an exhibition waltz. The Girls' Trio sang a number that was very well received. Brahm and Katherine van der Berg did some adagio dancing. A couple from Rainbow Gardens gave an exhibition of the tango. Jim Bugental, Stylus Editor and originator of the idea of the dance, was general arrangements chairman. He was assisted by Clarence Johnson and Bill McWhirter. Other chairmen of committees were Betty Hails, decora- tionsg Jeanne Butler, refreshments: Chandler Lindsey, lloorg Jane Frampton, programsg Bob Kase, ticketsg Johnny Rayborn, publicity: lVIargaret Chase and Sue Hunt, guests and patronage. ,.l, Wk -40- 19' THE STYLUS 34 MONTHLY DANCES Monthly dances, which were held after school, were promoted to further interest in school affairs and for the pleasure of the Student Body. Under Bud Kelly's leadership the first semester of the school year, an orchestra played for the dances. On February 23, 1934 it was decided to use the public address system and phonograph recordings. This proved to be just as popular, and the profits were greater. Clarence Johnson was general chairman for the second semester. The heads of the committees were as follows: Sam Keller for preparation of the Hoorg Bob Kase, tickets and financeg The courtesy committees were headed by Sue Hunt, Barbara John- son, and Margaret Chase, W. A. Jolly, Bob Murphy, and Joe Spohrerg Recognition Committees, Bill Montgomery and Margaret Chase, Program and Entertainment, Betty Hailsg Regulated Dress, Pauline Jencksg Pub- licity, Bill McWhirterg Dance Floor Committee, Kay Taylor and Bill Wilberg Guest Committee, Jim Bugental and Virginia Henderson. Other members of committees and chairmen were Betty Montgomery, Johnnie Rayborn, Walter Penberthy, and Scott MacDonald. Bill Grim- stead's orchestra was featured at the dances at the first of the year. The change from the orchestra to the recording system was meant in no way to be a slight on the quality of the orchestra. ..4I- TH E STYLUS '34 FORENSICS First Semester FRANK ESHOM - Secretary of Debate - Second Semester ED RADKE - - Secretary of Debate MADELINE COREY - Secretary of Debate MR. P. V. R. ADAMS - Forensics Coach One of the most important series of events is in the field of forensics. Debating, oratory, Shakespeareian work, and extemporaneous speaking are included in this field. The most important event in debating Was the contest with Hoover. This debate settled the winner of the Trophy contest. Those representing Glendale in this debate were Ed Radke, Frank Eshom, Bob Putnam, Dick Harris, Allen Lannom, and Jim Bugental. The annual oratorical contest was held October 27, 1933. The speakers who repre- sented their classes were Madeline Corey, who spoke for the Juniorsg Glorya Curran, the Seniors, and Bob Putnam, the Sopho- mores. Madeline Coreys' topic was "Youth and the Present Crisis." The Juniors won the contest. The Seniors won the honors for the tableau. It depicted America, a leader in the peace movement, beckoning to other foreign nations to follow. Roger Sawyer and Allen Lannom spoke for Reading from top to bottom and left to right: Frank Eshom, Clarence johnson, Allen Lannom, Virginia Wright, Steve Taggart, Richard Harris, jim Bugental, and Jean Westrum. -42- I9 THE STYLUS 34 Glendale at the Tri-Hi Extempore Contest, held May 1. Allen Lannom took third place with his speech on "Should the N.R.A. Be Made Permanent." Jean Westrum and Ed Radke were the winners of the Shakespeareian contest in the school. They both went to the county contest, but neither placed. Clarence Johnson, student body president, entered two contests and brought honor to himself and the school. He went to Redlands and placed first there. The Toastmasters Club sponsored a speaking contest. Sterling Liv- ingston from Hoover and Clarence Johnson entered from Glendale. Clarence came home with first prize. The school received a cup for this accomplishment. The inter-class debaters met in two con- tests. The Sophomores defeated the Juniors in their debate. Therefore, the Sophomores met the Seniors for the concluding debate. Those on the Sophomore team are Virginia Wright, James Ap Roberts, and Bob Putnam. The Junior debaters are Roger Sawyer and Cooper Lindley. The students who repre- sented the Seniors were Steve Taggart, Jim Waidelich, and Jim Bugental. The inter-class debates proved of great interest to the students. Rrnding from lop to bottom and righl la lefl: Madeline Corey, Ed Rndke, James Ap Roberts, Bob Putnam, Jim Waidelich, Roger Sawyer, Gloria Curran, and Cooper Lindley. -43- K4 Q vb- : vw f fP.wik.fw" gm fawf-H I u '51, ' 5,1112 , X..--X. . Z., .V-5 , ' x , 2.113-'V' -.41 1. f- '1 J-., i " f.'. Q -. ,y ,flf"Q.Q' ' "if V .. 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I we X Dunldlng 1 KJ - :fu M,.'hL ya- S 5' I JH 441- 5 , if .0 E A sg. ,4- 21 2 A "' """ g:p::,,:':n'9 Q pu ff ' ff " f J 5 fl' 7 1 - .,:f74 .1 ",'- Q- "Af , ti .fe ""' M " w e ,'1'F:,.'EA'm ' F. H Z 1 n ,C ,, Awifllf- HT I , ncgmlrn 2 ' a 9' A Jfgt "sg, Busan 9 we-y -45- I9 TH WARD ALBERT - BARBARA TAUXE MARY MOORE - ELAINE F AREED MR. PAUL BROWN, WINTER '34 OFFICERS -President - - - - V ice-Presid ent - - Secretary - - - - - - - - - - Treasurer Advisers MR. WESTOVER, Miss FIELD, Miss CASE, MRS. MCDONALD -46- E STYLUS 34 19 T H V561 HHLNIAA :IO SSV'IO I9 THE STYLUS 34 ALTHOFF, WARREN GEORGE U.S.C. "Al": Hall Duty I. SQ Tableau 4: Senior Dance Com- Riittee 43 Bookstore 23 Football 4. AsHToN, WESLEY BATEs, KARINE U.C.L.A.3 Senior Dance Comm.3 Caps and Gowns Comm.: Sen- ior Banquet Programs, Oratori- cal Tableau and Comm.: G.A.A. t, 2. 3: Comites 13 Girls' Hik- ing 2: French 3, 42 Science 3. 4: Volleyball 2, 31 Speedball r, 2. BREARD, NAOMI Hall Duty IQ Hopr Society 43 Physiology 32 Somoac 3, 43 Marionette 4. BRISTOL, STEPHEN ALLEN West Point: 'Steve"3 Hall Duty 43 Senior Dance Comm. 4: Football A 42 Basketball A 41 B.B.P. Club 4. BUDDTNGTON, MARJORH-: DORIS U.S.C.3 "Buddie"3 Hall Duty 2, 33 Roll Room Repres. 3 42 Dramatics 3- 42 Girls' Service Club 41 Volleyball 3-Z Variety Show 3, 41 Senior Play 41 School Play 41 Shakespearean Contest f3J Pep Club 4. CLARK, JOE W. Aviation Schoolg "Joe Handle- baru: Hall Duty r, 23 Jr. Dance Comm. 32 Boys' Service Club 2. 31 .Football A 3, 43 Junior Commissioner 3. ANDERSON, LELANO JAMES G.J.C.: "Lee"3 B. Track 33 A Track 4. BARTON, MARY ALICE Woodbury's C0llCgCQ "Mabs"3 Dramatics 21 G.A.A. 1, 21 Com- merce 1, 2. BERENDSOHN, MARIE ANN P.J.C.3 "Berry"3 Hall Duty 33 G.A.A. r, 2, 3, 41 Girls' Service Club 2, 3, 41 Uniform Board Representative l, 2, 3, 41 Span- ish 3, 43 Physiology 3, 41 Base- ball l, 23 Girls' G Club 2, 3, 4. BRIGGS, JANE MARGARET Pomonag "Briggsie"3 Cabinet 43 Student Council 2, 31 Girls' League 2, 3, 4. Pres.: Board of Control 2, 33 Stunt Party 2, 31 Party Comm. 23 Dance Comm. 31 Banquet Comm. 41 G.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 41 Girls' Service Club 2, 3, 4Q Uniform Board r, 23 Comites I, 23 French 3, 43 Girls' "G" 2. 3. 4: Girls' Ten- nis I, 21 G.A.A. Executive Bd., 23 Leaders' Club 2. BROUGHTON, CHARLES T. U.S.C.3 "Chas"3 Cafeteria 2, 33 Football B I3 Track C I3 B 23 A 3, 4. CALHOUN, JOHN C. Southwestem University3 "john- ny"3 Hall Duty IQ Commerce 41 Philatelic Club 42 Book- store 2, 3, 42 Bookstore Mgr. 3, 43 Ticket Seller 2, 3, 42 Stylus Salesman 4. CON ERO, ARNOLD B. "Amy", Operetta 31 Music 2, 31 Student Bank 32 Boys' Glee 2, 3. I9 THE STYLUS 34 CoxEALEY, Vtcron E. G.J.C.: "Vicl: Hall Duty I, 2, 3, 4: Explosion Staff 4: Span- ish 2, 3, 4: Science 3, 4. DEWAR, DoN A. Stanford: "Dew Bug": Tableau Comm.: Orchestra, Banquet, Baccalaureate Comm. 4: Audi- torium Manager 2: Hall Duty IZ junior Comm. 2: Senior Comm. 3: Roll Room Repres. I, 2: Operetta 3, 4: Decoration Comm.: Chairman of Orchestra: Boys' Service Club 2, 3: Boys' Glee 3, 41 Basketball A 2, 3: BBP 4: Honor Society 4. EEERI-IARD, BETTY MAY U.S.C.: Vice-Pres. Class I: Class Comm. lj Explosion Staff 3. 4: Roll Room Repres. I: School Play 4: Oratorical I, 2: Debate I, 2: Dance Comm. 3, 4: G.A. A. I, 2: Uniform Board 4: Forum Club I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3: Physiology 3. FAREED, ELAINE SHIREEN Girls' League Officer 2, 3, 4: Class Pres. 2: Ring and Pin Comm. 2: Sweater Comm. 3: Roll Room Repres. I: Dance Comm. 2, 3, 4: Class Song Leader 3: World Friendship 2. FRASER, JACK R. G.,I.C.: "Jack" Auditorium Helper I, 2: Hall Duty 2, 3: Roll Room Repres. I: C Foot- ball 3: C Track 2: B Track 3: Interclass Basketball: Interclass Track. GARDINER, GLADYS DoRo'rIIY "Shrimp": Hall Duty 3, 4: Ex- plosion Stalf 4: Operetta 4: Girls' Glee 3, 4. GoRMAN, HOWARD B. U. of Washington: "Irish": Class Comm. 3, 43 Hall Duty 2, 3, 4: Senior Commissioner 3: Commerce 2, 3: Class B Track 2, 3. CUNNINGHAM, CARoI.INE U.S.C.: Sen. Dance Comm. Ban- quet 4: Oratorical Comm. 4: Hall Duty 2: G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Girls' Hiking 2, 3: Spanish 2, 3, 4: Science 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3. DUDLEY, JEWELL U. of Ky.: "judie": Hall Duty I: Dramatics 3, 4: Operetta 4: Senior Dance Comm. 4: G.A.A. I, 2: Music I, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee 3, 4: Variety Show 2, 3 4: School Play 4: Pep Club 4. ECKLEBARGER, KERMIT ARTHUR John Brown College "Kermy": Class Comm. 4: Auditorium Helper 2, 3: Hall Duty I, 2. 3: Cafeteria 2, 3, 4: School Play 4: Dance Comm. 4: Boys' Serv- ice Club 2, 3. 43 Music Club lj Radio Club 3: Football C I: Football B 2, 3: Football A lxfan. 4: Track C I: B 2, 3: 4. FITCH, LOUISE AARON F U.C.L.A.: "Cowbny": Decora- tion Comm. 41 Senior Dance Comm. 4: Basketball 4. RASHER, MILDRED ANGELIN E "Millie": Usher 2, 3, 4: Cafe- teria 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Uni- form Representative 2, 4: Com- merce z, 3, 4: G.A.A. Exec. Board 2, 3 4: Girls' Hiking Club I, 2, 3, 4: Physiology Club 3, 4: Girls' "G" Club 3, 4: Tennis 2: Sports I, 2 3, 4: Leaders 2. GLENN KENNETH KERN ! U.C.L.A.: "Kenny": Hall Duty 2, 3: Cafeteria 2, 3: Boys' Serv- ice Club 3, 4: Science 3, 4: World Friendship 2, 3. FUNK, LEROY I9 THE STYLUS 34 GRAFTON, ELTON W. West Point, "E.G.", Hall Duty 42 Roll Room Repres. 1, 3, Football C I, B 2, BBP Club 4. GRIM Es, BESSIE HAGENBAUGH, JAMES VV. G.J.C., "Jimmie", Hall Duty I, 2, Sen. Prom Comm. 41 Com- merce 31 Interclass Basketball 4. HARRIS, MALCOLM E. U.C.L.A., "Mal", N.A.S.S. 3, 42 Commerce 2, 3, 42 Basket- ball A 3, 4, Track C I. HEIJNE, FINGAI. G. Hall Duty I, 21 All Arts Club 1: Boys' Stag 2, 3. JOHNSON, CARL JONES, HELEN VIRGINIA Woodbury, "Jonesy": Hall Duty 1, 31 Explosion Staff 31 G.A.A. I, 2, 31 Speedball 21 Basketball I, 2: World Friend- ship Club 3, 4. GREGORY, ETHEL STARR Principia, "Gregory", Sen. An- nouncement Comm. 42 Sen. Com- mencement Comm, Baccalau- reate and Banquet Program Coms, Sen. Play School Play 41 Sen. Dance Comm. 42 Honor Society IC Jr. Representative Uniform Board 32 Comites 2, 31 Science 3. GRosIAI, Bos J. Pomona, Auditorium Helper X2 Orchestra I, 2, 51 Band 3: Sen. Prom Comm. 41 Caps and Gowns Comm. 41 Commerce z: Music fl: Football B 3, 43 Student Bank 3. HANEY, GEORGE RICHARD G..l.C., "Bing", Boys' League Omcer 4, Class Ollicer I: Class Comm. 41 Roll Room Repres. I, 2, Dance Comm. 3, 41 Boys' G 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. HASSEL, FRED HORTON, ELIOT JAMES, HAzEL MARIE G.,l.C., "Jimmie", Decoration Comm. Sen. Banquet 43 Honor Society' 42 G.A.A. 4: Girls' Hiking Club 4, Volleyball, Speedball, Basketball 4. KENT, ORI.Iss I9 THE STYLUS 34 KLAUS, RUTH U.C.L.A.: "Swifty": Girls' League I, 2: Class Ofhcer 2, 3: Ring Comm. 3: Decoration Comm.-Baccalaureate Comm 4: Roll Room Repres. 1: Jr. Prom Dec. Comm. 3: Des. Comm. Sen. Prom 4: Girls' Stunt Party Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Song Leader 2: School Song Leader 3: G.A.A. x: Uniform Board 2. KNUCHELL, Rosem- BERTRAM West Point: "Bob": Auditorium Helper 2, 3, 4: Hall Duty 1, 2, 3: Roll Room Repres. 1: Va- riety Show 3: Honor Society 1, 2: Boys' Service Club 2, 3: French 2, 3, 4: Sen. Stylus Salesman 4. Kosratecxv, GENEVA FRANCES Univ. of Iowa: "Jennie": G.A. A. 4: Uniform Repres. 3: Com- merce x, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Hiking Club 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: Ollice Cecy. 3, 4. LANE, DOROTHY ESTHER "Dot",: Dance Committee 2. LAwRns, WILLIAM DONALD U.S.C.: "Don": Hall Duty I, 3, 4: World Friendship Club r, 1, 3: Radio 3: Science 3. Lxocnrr, FREDERICK RoBER'r U.C.L.A.: "Fred": Radio r, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Track C 2, 3, B 4: Cross-Country 4. MAARTENSE, JOHN KNUCHELL, EDWARD Wrcxs U.S.C.: "Edu: Auditorium Helper I. 2, 3: Hall Duty r: Jr. Commissioner 2: Sen. Com- missxoner 3: Roll Room Repres. I: Orchestra 3, 4: Chairman Floor Comm. 4: Honor Society 2? Boys' Service Club 2, 3: Music 3. 45 French r, 2, 3, 4. KORDICK, LUCILLE MARY U.C.L.A.: "Peaches": G.A.A. r, 2, 3, 4: Commerce 3, 4: Physi- ology 3, 4: Volleyball, Speed- ball, Basketball, Hockey I, 2, 31 4- LAKE, MARIETTA G.J.C.g "Lambie": Hall Duty 1, 1, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Uni- form Repres. 4: Volleyball r, 2: Basketball 2, 3: Usher 3, 4: Stylus Sale 4. LARSON, VIVIAN Lrcm-, IRVING L. G.I.C.: Hall Duty 2: Sen. Prom Comm. 4: Commerce 3: Pres. 4: Basketball B 3. LLEWELLYN, FREDERICK EATON Cal-Tech: "Freddie": Auditor- ium Helper z, 3, 4: Hall Duty 3: Honor Society r, 2, 35 Radio Club r, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3' 4- MABRY, BETTY Hall Duty r, 2: Variety Show 3: Honor Society r, z, 3, 4: G.A.A. r, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Service Club 2, 3: Comites 2, 3: Somoac 4: Girls' G Club 4: Volleyball 2, 3: Basketball r, 2, 3. I9 THE STYLUS 34 MABRY, SAM MERRILL, ORSON MYERS, RICHARD NIcHoI.s, RICHARD ARNOLD Chicago: "Richie"g Class Of- ficer lj Class Comm. I, 2: Hall Duty I, zg Roll Room Repres. 2, 31 Dance Comms. 2, 3, 43 Boys' Service Club I, 2: Com- merce I, z, SQ Physiology I, 31 Football 3- 43 Basketball 11 Track 3: Swimming I. ORCHARD, HELEN RUTH G..l.C., G.A.A. I, 2, 3. 4: Girls' Hiking I, 2: Physiology 42 Girls' G 3, 4: Gym Secy. zg Leaders' Club 2, Sports I, 1, 3. PARKER, JANE ARCHER G.J.C.: "Parkie"g Explosion Staff 4: Operetta 4: Senior Dance Dec. Comm. 4: Music 4: Physiology 3, 4Q Girls' Glee 42 Volleyball 2. PATTERSON, TI-1EREsA RUTH "Pat", Usher I, 2, 3, 45 G.A. A. Exec. Board I, 2, 3, 4: Uni- form Repres. 2, 3: Girls' Hik- ing Club I, 1, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' G 2, 3, 4- MCCONNELL, DON MILLER, BILL N ETzEL, REDA OKAMURA, YAM ORMESHER, LILLIAN RUTH Woodburyg "Dutchie": Cabinet Secy. State 41 Class Comms. 41 Usher z, 3, 4: Student Bank 4, Operetta I1 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Service 2, 3, 4. PARKS, WILSON J. G.I.C.g Hall Duty I, 2: Op- eretta 3, 41 Commerce 22 Track IQ Baseball 2, 35 Tennis 3, Engineers' Club. PEARRING, EVELYN MARIAN G.I.C.g G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Com- merce 3. 4: World Friendship 3, 42 Girls' Hiking 3, Physiology 43 Basketball I, 1, 41 Speed- ball, Hockey 3, 4. I9 T 5 34 PETERSON, EDNA MARIE Student Bank 2, 3: Hall Duty ig Physiology 41 Basketball. QUEYREL, PAUL JOHN L.A.J.C.g School Play 43 Com- merce 2, 42 Pep Club 4: Stu- dent Bank z, 3, 42 Senior Play 4. RAY, HELEN LUCILLE G.J.C.g Roll Room Repres. IQ Drama 41 Sen. Dance Comm. 41 G.A.A. xg Girls' Hiking IQ Spanish 32 Science 3, 4. READ, HARRY W1Lcox U.S.C.g "Har" REMMEN, AGNES HELEN Council Comm: Roll Room rg G.A.A. 3. 45 Girls' Hiking 3: Ph siolo Volle ball, Speed- Y EY 43 Y ball, Basketball 3, 4. ' RE'l'l'BERG, ALTA JOSEPHINE U. of Oregon, "Al": Girls' League Publicity Chairman 42 Explosion Staff 3, 4, Editor, Roll Room Repres. I, zg Pub- licity Comm. Jr. Prom 35 Girls' Stunt Party Comm. 43 G.A.A. 1, 2: Comites 2, 3, 42 Tennis, Volleyball IQ Basketball 1.. SANDERS, ALBERTA GEORGIA G.1.C.g Roll Room Repres. 3: Uniform Repres. z, 41 Physi- ology Club 3, 4. PREsco1'r, CHARLES RANTA, LExLA G-I-C-Q Spanish Club 3, 4, RIED, AIARRY REINHARD, DoN ALVIN G.J.C.g Hall Duty 31 Floor Comm. Sr. Prom 35 Track A 3, REMMER, BETTY AGNES L.A.J.C.: "Freddie"g Class Of- ficer 1, 21 Hall Duty xg Roll Room Repres. 2Q Operetta x: Ollice Secy. 4. Roms, CAROL SARAH U. of Washington, "Toot"g Honor Society rg Music 45 Spanish 2, 35 Girls' Glee 4: Philatelic Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 World Friendship Club 4. SAPERSTEIN, JEROME Louis G.J.C.g "jerry", Hall Duty IQ Honor Society I, 1, 33 Comites 2, Chess 2, 3. I9 THE STYLU S 34 SAUTER, DOROTHY G.A.A. 3, 43 Commerce 3, 41 Physiology 3, 4. SHULER, LYLE SI-IERMAN, CATHERINE RAE U.C.L.A.3 "Katie"3 Student Council 43 Girls' League Officer 32 Class Comm. 3, 43 Audi- torium Helper 23 Hall Duty IQ Cafeteria IQ Editor of Explo- sion 43 Roll Room Repres. IQ Band 23 Stunt Party Comms. 1, 2, 3, 41 School Dance Comm. 43 Dec. Comm. Baccalaureate 41 Sen. Picture Comm. 41 Class Song Leader 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4Q Science Club 3, 4Q Bas- ketball 3, 43 World Friendship Club 2. SIMPSON, RAYMOND G.,l.C.j "Ray"3 Roll Room Rep. 2, 31 Variety Show 3: Band 2, 33 Science 3, 43 Football B 33 Football A 4. SMITH, MARY EDITH Amarillo, Tex., LC.: "Smitty"3 Secy. Publicity 42 Class Comm. 43 Hall Duty 2, 33 Explosion Staff 43 Dec. Comm. 42 Publi- city Comm. 42 Honor Society I, 22 G.A.A. I, 23 Girls' Service Club 3, 43 Uniform Board 21 World Friendship 33 Comites 22 Girls' Hiking I, 23 Philatelic 3, 4, Sec. TfCHS., Sports l', 2, 35 Girls' "G" Pres. 3. S'rEINE..EREY, FRANK JULIUS U.S.C.3 Honor Society 2, 31 Science 3, 43 Chess Club I, z, 3, Pres. 4. STEVENSON, SADABELLE ll.C.L.A.: "Sally"3 Honor So- ciety 2. SAWHILL, CHARLES SI-IEPI-IERD, GERALDINE ELIZABETH "jerry"3 Sen. Dance Refresh- ment Comm. 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Honor Society IQ Sports I, 2, 42 Typing Club I. SHBRWOOD, MILLICENT PERNEL U.S.C.3 'Bobby Wobels"3 Sr. Dance Prog. Cornm. 41 French 3. SMITH, WILLIAM GUY U.C.L.A.3 "Smitty"3 Audito- rium Helper 3, 42 Hall Duty 2, 3, 41 Boys' Service Club 2, 43 Comites 2, 33 Track A 43 Junior Comm. 33 Sr. Comm. 4. SNYDER, HOWARD U.S.C.3 Hall Duty I, 23 Roll Room Repres. I, 23 Boys' G 3, 43 Boys' Glee 3, 42 Basketball CI,B2,A3,4.. STERN, MAR JORIE Class Officer 23 Oratorical 33 G.A.A. 2, 31 Comites 2, SQ Forum 3, Secy.: Girls' Hiking 23 Speedball 2. STUTSMAN, LAURENCE MELVIN "Stut2"3 Student Council 41 N. A.S.S. 2, 3, 4, Pres.: Boys' G 3, 4, Pres.3 Football C I, B 2, 3, A 4: Basketball C I, B 2, 3, A 43 Track B 3, A 4. I9 THE STYLUS 34 SWANK, BILL TAUXE, BARBARA U. of Tenn., "Bobbie"3 Board of Control Stall 3, 43 Girls' League Officer 3. 41 Class Ollicer 1, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 31 Hall Duty 1, 2, 31 Variety Show 43 Party Comm. li Refreshment Comm. 3, 41 Song Leader IZ G.A.A. 1, 23 Girls' Service Club 2, 3, Pres. 41 Uniform Rep. 1, Z1 Commerce 3, 43 Science 3, 4, Pres.3 Volleyball IQ Basketball 3. THIEMIG, NEDRA HELEN Occidental: Girls' League Of- ficer Uniform and Friendship3 Cap and Gown Comm. 43 Prom Decoration Comm. 4Q Program Banquet Comm. 41 Explosion Staff 3, 42 Asst. Ed.: Roll Room Repres. IQ Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 42 G.A.A. 1, 23 Girls' Serv- ice Club 33 Uniform Board 2, 3, 4Q Science 42 Volleyball 2. WATSON, ANNABELLE G.1.C.3 "Anne": Roll Room Repres. 31 Volleyball 1, 33 Speedball 1, 2: Basketball 23 World Friendship 2, 31 El Do- rado 2, 3. WEBBER, DONALD SAWYER Cal-Tech3 "Don"3 Auditorium Helper 2, 3, 42 Hall Duty IQ Roll Room Repres. 1: Debate I: Sen. Tableaux Comm. 41 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 41 Forum Club 22 Radio 1, 2, 3, 41 Sci- ence 3, 4. WELLS, JACK M. Annapolis3 Roll Room Repres. 1. 21 Sen. Dance Comm. 42 Sen. Banquet Comm. 41 Honor So- ciety 1, 2, QQ N.A.S.S. 43 Sci- ence Club 3, 4, Pres. 32 Football B 43 Basketball B 43 Tennis 3. WILSON, KAT1-1YRN MARY "Kay"3 Jr. Dance Comm. 22 Sen. Dance Comm. 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2: Commerce 1, 21 French 1, 2. SWIGGETT, JOSEPHINE BovARn U.S.C.3 "jo"3 Cabinet 1, 3, 42 Secy. of Assemblies and Secy. of Debate 41 Girls' League Officers 2, 3, 42 Class Comms. 2, 3, 4Q Roll Room Repres. I1 Director School Play 42 Debate IQ Dance and Party Comms. 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 1, 41 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 43 Girls' Service Club 3, 4, Pres.3 Comites 2: Forum r, 2, 3, 4, Pres.3 French 3, 4: Girls' G 3, 4, Pres.3 Leaders' Club 2, Pres.3 Tennis 1, 2. TEAGARDEN, ADALENE MARY Woodbury3 "Mickey"3 Operet- ta 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 31 Spanish 2, 31 Speedball 1 Basketball 2, 32 Hockey 1. TRONSIER, ELLEN FLORENCE "Tronsie" Class Comm. 41 Hall Duty 21 Designer for Stylus 33 Roll Room Repres. 1, 2, 43 Va- riety Show 2, 31 Operetta 2, 33 Usher 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. Exec. Board 42 Tennis Club 2, 33 Pep Club 43 Girls' Hiking 1, 2, 3, 43 Physiology 3, 42 Leaders' Club 2: Girls' G 2, 3, 41 Girls' Glec 3, 42 Sports I- 31 3v 4- WAYMAN, ALBERT WEI.CH, WENTWORTH WHITTINGHAM, D1cK Naval Academy3 "Whittlebot- tom"3 Hall Duty 2, 3, 41 Cafe- Y-Hia 3. 4: Roll Room Repres. 1, 23 Dance Comm. 4: Football C 1: Football B 23 Boxing 1, 21 Wrestling 1, 2. YOUNG, GERALDINE G.J.C.3 "Gerry"3 Dramatics 43 Refreshments Sr. Dance Comm. 42 G.A.A. 1: Girls' Hiking ll Spanish 33 Science 3, 4 I9 THE STYLUS 34 WARD, ALBERT U.S.C.5 Vice-Pres. Student Body 45 Cabinet 4Q Boys' League Of- ficer 2, 45 Pres. Senior Class 42 Class Comm. 31 Hall Duty 2 Roll Room Repres. I, 15 Jr. Dance Comm. 32 Sen. Dance Comm. 42 Monthly Dance Comm. 45 Boys' League Exec. Board 2, 42 Boys' G Club 2, 3, 45 Football I, 2, 42 Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 41 Track I. MOORE, MARY Louise U.S.C.5 Girls' League 31 Class Ollicer 42 Class Comm. I, 42 Roll Room Repres. I, 2, 35 Wardrobe Mistress School Play 42 Jr. Prom Comm. 32 Chair- man Sen. Prom. Comm. 42 School Song Leader 3: Girls' Stunt 4Q G.A.A. IQ Uniform Board 25 French 3, 41 Physi- ology 4Q World Friendship Club 25 Tennis 2, 3. CARRoLL, RUTH Occidental: Prog. Comm.: Dec. Comm.5 Banquet Prog. Comm. 4Q Stylus Staff 41 Explosion Stal? 3, 45 Friendship Comm. 45 Honor Society I, 2, 3: G. A.A. I, 25 Uniform Board 42 Girls' Hiking IQ Spanish 2, 32 Science 3, 4. rg.-,iv-I-I-i.Q..a ,f ' ECKLEY, PAUL RICHARD G.J.C.5 Auditorium Helper 41 Hall Duty 35 French Club 35 Scribblers' Club 41 Tennis 3, 45 Explosion Staff 4. FINN, JOHN FRANCIS G.J.C.5 Auditorium Helper I, 21 Hall Duty IQ Cafeteria IQ Dance Comm. 3, 45 Commerce 45 Football C IQ A 3, 41 jr. Dance Comm. 35 Sen. Dance Comm. 4. KELLEY, CLAY VICTOR U.S.C.5 "Bud"5 Secy. of Boys' Athletics 35 Pres. Student Body 45 Roll Room Repres. IQ Boys' G 2, 3, 45 Football B I, 22 Foot- ball A 3, 4Q Basketball B I, 25 Track 3, 4. 19 THE STYLUS 34 SUMMER '34 OFFICERS ED RADKE ------------ President ALLEN LANNOM - - - ---- Vice-President DORIS ANSPACH -------f--- Secretary AL BROOKINS ----------- freasuref- MR. PAUL BROWN, Mn. WEsTovER, Miss FIELD, Miss CASE, Mas. M DONALD Advisers -57- '+ N? UF ASS OF SUMMER 1 CL I9 T HE STYLUS 34 AEBo'r'r, FRANCES "FranlIie": Cabinet 4: Hall Duty I: Friendship Comm. 3: G.A.A. I, 2: Commerce 3. ALEXANDER, CATHERINE G. U.C.L.A.: Hall Duty I,'2: G.A.A. I: Music 2, 3: Girls' Glee 4. ANGIER, ELIZABETH CAIIYL U.C.L.A.: "Betr.y": Treasurer Girls' League 4: Publicity Chair- man 4: Class Comm. 3: Explo- sion Staff 4: Roll Room Repres. I: Operetta 3, 4: Stunt Party Comms. I, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Sr. Prom Comm. 4: Song Leader 3: G.A.A. I, 2: Music 3: Girls' Glee 3, 4: Va- riety Show 3, 4. AEDRON, VIRGINIA CQYNE U.C.L.A.: Variety Show 2: Or- chestra 2, 3, 4: Ensemble 2, 3: Honor Society I, 2, 3: Music 2' 3, 4- BA Kea, FRANCES Stanford: "Fra nkie": Class Comms. 3: Hall Duty I, 2: Sr. Commissioner 3: Board of Control 4: Roll Room Repres. I: Honor Society 3: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 42 Girls' Service 2, 3, 4: Girls' Hiking 2, 3: Spanish 2, 3: Leaders 2: Girls' G 2, 3, 4: Scribblers' I: Sports I, 2, 3, 4: Usher 4. BAYMILLER, DALE BELL, VERNON U.C.L.A.: "Vernie": Auditor- ium Helper 4: Hall Duty 4: Variety Show 4: Orchestra I, 2: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Sr. Prom Comm. 4: Pep Club 4. ALLEN, EDLEEN L.A.J.C.: "Eddie": G.A.A. I, 2: Mum 3: Girls' Glee 4: Tennis 4: Basketball 3. ALEXANDER, E. SHIEL U.C.L.A.: Hall Duty 2, 3, 4: World Friendship Club 4: Ten- ms 1. 3. 4. ANsEAcH, DORIS HELEN Occidental: "SPach": Secy. Class 4i Hall DUKY I, 2. 32 Cafeteria 3. 42 Roll Room Repres. I: School Play 4: Honor Society Ii 2.13. 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: GIrls'. Service Club I, 2, 3i'Qi Uniform Board 33 Girls' Hiking Club I, 2, 3, 4: French 152, 3: Science 3: World Friend- Shlp 4: Sports I, 1. 3, 4: Girls' G Club 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4. BAER, JACK L. BANNOWETZ, JOHN BEAEDSLEY, JACK G.J.C.: Variety Show 4: Band 4: Balance and Beaker 4: So- moac 41. Marionette Club Pres. 4: Varsity Track 3, 4. BEEG, FRED U.C. at Berkeley: Class Comm. 3, 4: Auditorium Helper I, 2, 3. 4: Hall Duty I, 2, 3: Roll Room Repres. I. 2: jr. Prom Comm. 3: Sr. Prom Comm. 4: Boys' Service Club 2, 3: Boys' G 4: Football B 2, 3: A 4: Track B 2, 3: A 4: Swimming 4. I9 T HE STIYLUS 34 Bessizn, JOHNNY L. G.J.C.': "Johnny": Ground Duty 3: Variety Show 3, 41 Operetta 3: School Dance Comm. 4: World Friendship 3, 45 BOYS' 3, 4: Stylus Dance Comm. 4: Glee Pres. 4: Football B 3: Board of Control 3: Pep Club 4- BETTS, EILEEN MILDRED Variety Show 4: Stunt Parry 3: G.A.A. I: Uniform Repres. 2: Somoac 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4- BIERMA, RUTH MAXEY "Jerry": World Friendship 4. BRAsz, EUGENE BRIT1'oN, FREDERICK EARLE BROWN, ALICE BRYANT, CAROL ELAINE Pomona: Sen. Representative 4: Hall Duty I, 2, 3: Friendship Comm. 3: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Uniform Board 2, 3: Music 4: Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4: French I: World Friendship 3, 4: So- moac 2, 3, 4. BETI-IUNE, DoRo'rHY BICHENO, JAMES ALDEN Hall Duty 2, 3, 4: Game Usher 3: Variety Show 4: World Friendship 4: Boys' Glee 4. BOWMAN, JACK BRITTON, ELIZABETH ASHTON o.J.c., '-Betty". BROOKINS, ALFRED DWIGHT U.C.L.A.: "Al": Class Treas- urer 4: Auditorium Helper 2, 3: Hall Duty I, 2, 3: Student Bank 2: Freshman Party Comm. I: Jr. Dance Comm. 3: Boys' Service Club 2, 3: Library Staff I, 2, 3: Commerce 4: Boys' G 3, 4: Football C I, 2: B 3,4: Track C I: B 2: A 3, 4: BROWN, PAULA M. G.J.C.: Friendship Comm. 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Leaders 2: Girls' G 3, 4: Sports I, 2, 3, 4. BUGENTAL, JIM THOMAS U.C.L.A.: "Bugie": Cabinet 4: Oratorical 3: Stylus Day 4: Editor Stylus 4: Circulation, Sales, 3: Explosion 3: Attend- ance Monitor 3, 4: Debate 4: Gen. Chr. Stylus Dance 4: Sen. Holiday 4: Hall Duty 3: Li- brary 3: Cafeteria 2, 3, 4: Home- coming Dance 4: Hoover Game Stunt 4: Codes Banquet 4: Sen. Banquet 4: Tableau COratori- call 4: Monthly Dance 4: Co- mites 2, 3: Chess 2, 3, 4: Phila- telic 3, 4: World Friendship 4: Scribblers 2, 3, 4: Basketball Qclass teamj 2, 4: Pep Club 4. 19 THE STYLUS 34 BULLOCK, GEORGE BURR, ROY H. ukoyn BUTCHER, HAROLD KENNETH Riverside LC.: "Butch": Hall Duty 31 Baseball 2, 3, 4. CARLSON, RUBY M. Beauty Collegeg "Babs": Hall Duty rg G.A.A. 42 Uniform Board I. CHARLTON, BILL G.,l.C.g Hall Duty 2: Dance Comm. 4: Football C I: B 2, 35 Basketball C IQ B 1, A .gg Baseball 2, 3. CHASE, CI-IARI.Es CHII.DERs, MARY HELEN S.M.U.g "Tex". BURLAND, MAXWELL G. U.S.C.3 Hall Duty I, 2, 3: Tennis 3, 4. BURT, MARGARET HELEN G.I.C.g Hall Duty 2: Usher 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish 32 World Friendship 42 Tennis 41 Basketball 3. BUTLER, JACK M. West Point, Comites I, 2: Truck C 2, B 3, Basketball C 2. CARPENTER, BETTY BOYD Pomona College, "Betts"1 Va- riety Show I, 2, 3: Commerce 3: G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Music 42 World Friendship 4: Scribblers I, 2. CHASE, MARGARET LOUISE Redlands: "Chasie"g Cabinet 2, 4Q Girls' League Pres. 4: Girls' League Off. 3, 4Q Class Ollicer I, 31 Class Comm. 2, 3, 41 Hall Duty I, 2, 3, 4: Oratorical Tableau I, 2, 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 31 Sr. Prom Comm. 43 Girls' Stunt Party 41 G.A.A. r, 2. 3: Girls' Serv. Club 2, 3, 4, Unif. Board 41 French Club 2, 3, 4: Leaders 21 Girls' G 2, 3, 4: Tennis I, 2, 3. CHILDERS, BOE CHILDS, EMILIE ALICE "Hazel", Comites 23 French 3, 42 Physiology 4. i9 THE STYLUS 34 CLARK, BETTY COFFEY, ALBERT E. G.J.C.g "Al". CONLEY, VICTOR "Vic", Hall Duty I, 3, 4: Variety Show 2, 3, 4: School Play 4, Music 21 B.B.P. Club 4: Spanish 3, Boys' Glee 4. CoNvERsE, WILLIAM I. U. of Texas, "Bill"g Jr. Dance Comm. 3: Hall Duty 3, " World Friendship 3, 4, Track C 21 Board of Control 4. COWEN, IVA JEAN Library Staff 45 French 4, World Friendship 2, 32 Hockey 4, Variety Show 31 Stamp Club 3. CRAIG, BILL CURRAN, GLoRYA DESIREE Pomona College: Roll Room Repres. 23 Operetta 3: Orchestra 21 Band 3, 4: Oratorical I, 45 Commencement Comm. 4: Honor Society I, 2, 3, 43 Pres. G.A.A. IQ Music 3, 4g Variety Show 2, 3, 42 Comites 2, 4, Forum 2, 3, 4, French 2, 3, 4 Pres. CLINE, LILLIAN FRANCES G.j.C.: "Skip": G.A.A. I, 2, Uniform Representative 3, 4, Commerce 2, 3, 43 Physiology 4. CoLvER, NANCY ANNETTE U.C.L.A.: "Kid", Girls' League Ofhcer 45 Class Comm. IQ Jr. Dance Comm. 32 Sr. Dance Comm. 4, Stylus Day 3, 4, Honor Society I2 G.A.A. I, 23 Uniform Repres. IQ Pep Club 4. CONNER, DAN U. of Montana, Hall Duty 41 Wrestling 3, 4. COOPER, MURIEL CAROLINE G.j.C.g Explosion Stal? 3, 42 G.A.A. I: Uniform Board 4: Music IQ French I, 2. CowAN, SAM CRIPPEN, BILL "Crip", Football C IQ B 21 A 3, 42 Printers' 4. CUSTER, ROBERT Cal-Tech: "Bohn: Hall Duty 4: Honor Society I, 3, 41 French 35 Science 3. I9 THE STYLUS 34 DEHAVEN, CLAUnm MAE G.A.A. r, 2, 3, 4: Uniform Board 1, 32 Commerce 2, 3, 41 Physiology 4. Ebnv, GERALDINE EISENHOUR, ERNEST ALLEN Sarbonne-Paris: "Pete": Mann- ger track 45 Ticket taker 3, 4. ELLIOTT, RODNEY Scorr U. of Cal. at Berkeley: "Rod", Hull Duty 33 Operetta 4: Or- chestra ig Band x, 2, 3g Music 1: German 4. EMMAL MARIE ALICE l U.C.L.A.g "Been: Usher 42 G.A.A. 3, 41 Uniform Repre- sentative 41 Gym Secretary 45 Leaders 43 Sports 3, 4: Variety Show 4. ESTERLY, JOHN G. A itor' Helper 4: Sen. D o . 43 Commerce 31 FERGUSON, ELANOR FLORENCE G.J.C.: "Fergie": Operetta 1, 2, 31 Honor Society I: Girls' Service Club 2, 32 Commerce 3, 41 Music I, 4: Spanish 1, 2: Physiology 42 Girls' Glee I, 2. 3. 45 Basketball 1. DROTTS, AGNES LoU1sE G.J.C. EDMUNDS, RALPH DONALD "Don", Hall Duty 2, 3. 4: Variety Show 3. 42 Sr. Prom Comm. 41 Music 3: Glee Club 3, 42 Football B 4: Track B 2, 3, Track A 4. ELLIOTT, JOHN WALKER P.J.C.g "Johnny": Hall Duty r, 2: Operetta 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 32 Glee 4. ELSDEN, LATA Esnoivr, FRANK NORMAN U.C.L.A.: Secy. of Debate 4Q Decoration Comm. 4Q Stylus Staff 3, 41 School Play 4: De- bate with Hoover 42 Class De- bate 2, 31 Comites 2: Forum 2, 3, 41 Somoac 3, Tennis 3, 4. EVANS, THELMA RUTH U.C.L.A.: Hall Duty 4: Ex- plosion Staff 4, Assn. Editor: Sen. Representative 4: Girls' Hiking I: French 2: Stylus Dance Pub. Comm. 4. FINLEY, LEE I9 THE STYLUS 34 FLINT, JANE Frank Wiggins College: "Rae"g Hall Duty I, 2, 33 Variety Show 4: Uniform Repres. r, Z1 Girls' Glee 4. Fox, BARBARA GALLAGIIER, GEORGE GAY, BRADFORD CECIL G.J.C.g "Brad", Hall Duty I: Variety Show I, 25 Football C IQ B 2, 35 Swimming I. GILLAM, ROBERT H. 'G.J.C.g Auditorium Helper 4. GILLAN, MARY JANE "Woolbert", Stylus Staff-Ass. 43 Editor 42 Explosion Staff 4, Ass. Editorg Variety Show 3, Or- chestra IQ Ensemble, I2 Stylus Dance Comm. 42 Sen. Dance Dec. Comm. 45 Honor Society 32 G.A.A. I, zg Uniform Rep- res. I, 21 Music I, 2: Comites 1, French 3, 42 Scribblers' I, z, 3, 4Q Marionette Club I, 2, 3, 4: Chairman Senior Banquet Decoration Comm. 41 Senior Banquet Program Committee. GREAvEs, DoRoTHY FLOYD, BARBARA ANN G.J.C,g "Babs". FRAMPTON, Lots JANE Oxy, Stylus StaE 3, 4, Art Ed. 4: Roll Room Repres. IQ Variety Show 3, 4: Operetta I: Stylus Dance Comm. 4: Girls' League Comm. 4: Honor Society I, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Girls' Service Club 2, 3, 4: French 3, 41 Somoac 3, 43 Girls' G 3, 4' GARDNER, GEORGE EUGENE EBlacky"g Track C IQ Track 2. 4 GELSINGER, ANNA G.J.C.g Physiology 4, Tennis 2, Variety Show 4. GILLAM, HELEN GINGERY, BERNADINE U.S.C.g "Bernie", Girls' League OH. Philanthorpic Chairman 31 Vice-Pres. 41 Jr. Stunt Comm. 32 Sen. Stunt 42 Hall Duty I, 2, 3, 4: Explosion Staff 4: School Play 41 Dec. Comm. 3: Dec. Comm. 43 G.A.A. I, 22 Girls' Service Club 3, 42 French 21 Tennis 2, Pres. 35 Vice- Pres., Pep Club 4, Secy. GREGORY, JENEVIEVE I9 THE,STYLUS 34 GRAY, Doko'r1-lv . GUN N, Tom jossm Hall Duty 3: Commerce 3: A Football I: Basketball 3, 4. GUSHMAN, Rrcmxxu H. G.J.C.: "Dick": Ground Duty 2: Variety Show 2: World Friendship 31 B Football 3, 4' Printers' Club z. HAILS, MARY ELizABs'rH Stanford: "Betty": Secy. of Assemblies 4: Girls' League Off. 3, 4: Class Oliicer 3: Ring and Pin Comm. : Dec. Comm. 3: Sen. Comm4: Ass. Editor Stylus 4: Explosion Stall 3: School Play 4: Sr. Play 41 Stunt Party Comms. I, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 3, 4: Chairman Stylus Dance Comm. 4: Chairman School Dances Comm. 4: Girls' Service Club 4: French Club 2, 3: Scribblers r, 2, 3, 4: Tennis i, z, 3. HALE, ELEANOR VioLE'r G.J.C.: G.A.A. x, 5, 4: Ser- vice Club 3, 4: Uniform Board 3: Music Club 4: Physiology 3, 4: Leaders 4: Girls' Glee 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Basketball 3. 42 Uniform Repres. r, 3, 4: Gym Secy. 3, 4. Hanna, Horn LURLINE Wellesley: "HorSeless": Hall Duty 4: Roll Room Repres. 2: G.A.A. r, 2, 3: Uniform Rep- res. 3, 4: Music 4: Tennis 3: Basketball 4. HARRISON, LILLIAN Ouvs G.J.C.: Spanish 2, 3: Reporter 2. GRIMSTEAD, W1LuAM O. U.C.L.A.: "Bill": Jr. Prom Ticket Comm. 3: Roll Room Repres. l, 4: Variety Show 3, 4: Operetta 3: Orchestra 4: Ensemble 3: Stylus Dance Or- chestra 4: Brass Quartet 3: World Friendship 2, 3, 4: Pres: Music 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Or- chestra School Dances 4: Stylus Day 31 Student Talent 2, 3, 4. GURNEE, LAVERNE E. ' G.A.A. Comm. 3: G.A.A. r, 2, 3, 4: Girls' GD3, 4: Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3' 4- HADSELL, ALVA Fnoruzncs G.j.C.: "Sook": Hall Duty 1, 2: Variety Show 2, 4: G.A.A. r: Uniform Board r, 2, 3, 4: Commerce 1, 2, 3: Somoac 3, 4: Treas. HAINING, GRETTA Honor Society 4: Scribblers 2. 3, 4- HARPENDING, RAMONA U. of Cal.: Honor Society I, 25 Girls' Glee 1. Hmuus, Donornv RAE "Dot": Hall Duty I, 2: G.A.A- r, 2: Spanish 2, 3: Tennis 1. 2: Volleyball I. 2, 3. 45 Sports 2, 3. HARTMAN, Faso Gsoncs Radio College of Cal.: "Bud": Class Rep. 1: Hall Duty ri Broadcaster Staff 3, 4: Asst. Editor 2: Baseball 1, 2: Print- ers' Club Pres. 3: Foreman 4. I9 T HE STYLUS 34 HASKELL, DONALD SHERMAN G.J.C.: "DOn"5 Hall Duty 21 Orchestra 2, 3Q Boys' G 3, 41 Track 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 2, Pres. 3, 4. HEAL, GORDON HINGSTON, MARGURITE Lois G.J.C.5 "Margie"5 Hall Dutv IQ Commerce 2, 3Q Physiology 45 Variety Show 4. Hrrcncocx, WILMA JANE U.C.L.A.: "Donnie"5' Girls League Off. l, 2, 42 jr. Prom Comm. 3: Sr. Prom Comm. 4: Philanthropic Comm. 35 Class Song Leader IQ G.A.A, 15 Comites 2, 3, Pres. 4. HOLE, DOROTHY L. E. G.A.A. I2 Commerce 4: Physi- ology 4. HOLLOWAY, BETTY JANE G.J.C. 5 Stenographic Editor Stylus 42 Explosion Staff, Asst. Edlmf 41 Decoration Comm. Stylus dance. HOOPER, DODGE CHARLES U. of Ariz.: "HOoper"5 Hall Duty I: Roll Room Repres. 21 Boys' Glee 3 5 Football B 2 5 Track B 25 Swimming B lj Varsity 2. HAYNES, HAMILTON HENDERSON, VIRGINIA WYNNE G.J.C.5 "Henny"5 Chairman Student Council 45 Song Leader CC1assP 3: Class Sweater Comm. 22 Usher 1, 2: Hall Duty IQ Jr. Comm. 25 Board of Control 35 Variety Show 4: Operetta 32 Class Party Comm. 21 jr. Prom 3: Sr. Prom Comm. 4: Stylus Dance Comm. 31 G.A.A. IC Girls' Service Club 2, 41 Science 35 Tennis I1 Basketball 2. HINZE, LULA MAE Redlands: "Lou". HOCK, MILDRED E. G.,l.C.5 "Millie"5 Class Treas. I: Hall Duty 1, ZQ Chairman Service Club Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 41 Girls' Service Cluh 4: Commerce 42 Girls' Hiking IQ Physiology 4. HOLOATE, IRMA LORRAINE L.A.,l.C.: Hall Duty 12 Operetta 31 Comerce 2, 3: Girls' Glee 2, 3. HOOD, ALDA KAY Hall Duty I, 2, 32 Girls' Friend- ship Comm. 41 G.A.A. I, 21 Uniform Board I, 2. 41 Com- merce r. 2. 3: Physiology 41 Tennis I. HOPKINS, GWENDOLYN G.J.C.5 "Gwen"5 Honor Society 1, 2. 3, 42 G.A.A. 41 Library Staff 41 Spanish 3. 41 World Friendship 4: Speedball 41 Bas- ketball 45 Variety Show 4. I9 THE STYLUS 34 HORLOCK, Dolus MARIE Redlands: "Do": Roll Room Repres. 3: Operator 2: Party Comm. I: Dance Comm. 2: G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Commerce 3: Girls' Hiking 1, 2, 3: Physi- ology 4: Science 2: Girls' Swim- ming I, 2: Girls' Glee 1, 2: World Friendship r, 2: Sports 1, 2, 3. HOWARD, WINIFRED MARY U.C.L.A.: "Winnie": Honor Society 3, 4: Comites 3, 4: French 4: Variety Show 4. HURD, VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE S.C.: "Ginny": G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Commerce r, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Hiking 4: World Friendship 3, 4: Physiology 3, 4, Pres.: Girls' Sports 4. JESSEN, Lois LOUISE U.C.L.A.: "L6ie": Class Comm. 3. 4: Hall Duty 1. 3, 4: Ex- plosion Staff 4: Variety Show 4: Sen. Prom Comm. 4: Friend- ship Comm. 3: Philanthropic Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1, 3, 4: Span- ish 2, 3: Somac 4: Scribblers z, 3, 4: Tennis x, 2, 3: Stunt Party Comm. 4: Stylus Dance Comm. 4: Chairman Commence- ment Comm. 3. JOHNSON, CLARENCE TRIGUE U.S.C.: "Satie": Cabinet 1, Pres. Class: Pres. Class 3: Pres. Student Body 4: Yell Leader 2 Class: Senior Commencement Comm. 4: Sen. Banquet Comm. 4: Hall Duty 2, 3: Club Editor Stylus 4: Variety Show 2, 4: School Play 3. 4: Sen. Play 4: Band 2, 3: Glendale-Hoover De- bate 4: Oratorical 2, 3: Chair- man Jr. Prom 3: Chairman Homecoming Dance 3, 4: Yell Leader 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 2: Boys' Service Club 2, 3, 4: Forum 2, 3, 4: Music 2, 3: Basketball-Track 2: Shakespear- ean Contest 2, 4: Stylus Dance 3: Chairman Monthly Dances 4. JONES, REGINALD ERNEST Wash. State: "Reggie": Hall Duty I: Boys' G 4: Football B 1. 2, 3: A 4: BBP 4- KARLOW, BEATRICE Junmt "Bea": Student Bank 3: Uni- form Board 4: Commerce I, 2, 3' 4- HOWARD, ALBERT ARNOLD G.J.C.: "Arnie": Ticket Taker 4: Hall Duty r, 2, 3: Band 2, 4: Chess 3: Track C 2. HUNT, SUE FxNLEY U.C.L.A.: "Suzie": Hall Duty 3: Dance Comms. 3, 4: Friend- ship Comm. 3: Courtesy Comm. 4: Comites 2: Spanish 3, 4, Treasurer. ISAAC, HELEN -JEWETT, WILLIAM O. Cal-Tech: "Bill": Sports Edi- tor Stylus 4: Sports Editor Ex- plosion 4: Stylus Dance Comm. 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, Secy. 3: Senior An- nouncement Comm. 4. JOHNSON, JACK G.J.C. KAGEL, HELENE "Lani": Honor Society 4: Com- merce 4: Physiology 4: German 2, 3. KASE, ROBERT FRED G.J.C.: "Bob": Cabinet 4: Auditorium Helper 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Duty 2, 4: Dance Comm., 4: BBP 4: Commerce 4: Stu- dent Bank 3, 4: Engineers 1, 2: Football A 3, 4. 19 THE STYLUS 34 KAY, HOWARD ARTHUR G.J'.C.: Board of Control 4: Hall Duty 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2: Band 4: Dance Comm. 3: Boys' Service Club 4: Music 2: Jr. Prom Floor Comm. 3. KELLER, SAMUEL HARRIS Cal-Tech: "Swifty": Cabinet 4: Auditorium Helper 4: Hall Duty 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Board of Control: Honor Society 2: Boys' Service Club 4, Pres.: Science 3: Tennis 3, 4. KING, MILDRED Woodbury College: "Millie". KNECHT, MARY LALLY, DORIS R. G.1.C.: G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Uni- form Board 4: Sports 2, 3: Gym Secy. 2, 3. LAN NOM, ALLEN CLIFFORD Redlands: "Al": Class Oliicer 4: Class Comm. 3, 4: Dramatics 4: Operetta 3: Debate 4: Ora- otrical 3, 4: Dance Comm. 3: Forum 3, 4: Boys' Glee 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Extemporaneous Speaking Contest 3, 4. LA Rows, HOLLIS EARL G.I.C.: "Holly": Hall Duty I, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra I, 2: Engi- neers 1: Commerce I: Tennis 31 4- KEIM, CARoL VIRGINIA Business College: Commerce I: Girls' Hiking I. KING, DONALD KINZER, BETTY ALAN U.C.L.A.: "Zinker": Hall Duty I: Dramatics 4: Honor Society 4: G.A.A. Exec. Board I, 2, 3, 4: Uniform Repres. 2: Girls' Leaders 2: Girls' G 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 4: Girls' Sports I, 2, 3, 4- LAGORIO, MARIE LANPHEAR, EUGENE S. Hall Duty I, 3, 4: Honor So- ciety I, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Service Club 4. LAPP, RUTH MADELINE G.I.C.: Roll Room Repres. I: Commerce 3, 4: Physiology 43 Variety Show 4. LAUGHRAY, WILLIAM JOSEPH U.S.C.: "Bill": Auditorium Helper 4: Hall Duty 2: Com- merce 3, 4: Stamp Club 4. 19 THE STYLUES 34 LEFEVRE, ROBERT LEVIN, Bonus B. G.I.C.g Orchestra 3, 41 Music 41. Comites 21 World Friend- ship 2. 3. 4- LINDSEY, ROBERT M. U.S.C.q "Bob", Cabinet 34 President Class 31 Sweater Comm. 23 jr. Dance Comm.: Sr. Dance Comm. 41 Hall Duty IQ jr. Comm. 21 Sr. Comm. 3, 4, Dance Comm. 3. 4: Guard football games 43 N.A.S.S. :ti Boys' Service Club 3. 41 Vice Pres. Football C I, B 2: Tennis Manager 3: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. LoFFTUs, MARJORIE T. Ensemble 21 G.A.A. I..2: Corn- merce 42 Music 2: Girls' Hik- ing rg Physiology 4: Variety Show 2. LORENZEN, ELDEN LUND, MARJORIE "Toughy"g Hall Duty 1, 2, 3, 43 Explosion Stall' 4. MACARTHUR, EVERETT LEONETTI, Boa LINDSEY, G. CHANDLER Occidental: "Chan": Cabi- net 45 Auditorium Helper 2, 3: Jr. Commissioner I, 2: Senior Commissioner 31 Advertising Mgr. Stylus 4: Jr. Dance Dec. Comm. 31 Stylus Dance Comm. Chairman 42 Boys' Service Club 2. 3, Pres. 4: Comites 2, Boys' G 4: Football B 22 Manager A 4: Track B IQ BBP 4, Board of Control 3, 4. Locxwooo, RUTH ELIZABETH Occidental 3 "Ruthie": Hall Duty r, 2, 33 Roll Room Rep- resentative I: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 42 Girls' Service Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' G 2, 3, 43 World Friendship 2, 35 Leaders 2: Girls' Hiking 2, 3, 43 Physiology 41 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3. 4: Gym Secy. 4: Usher 43 Uniform Repres. 4. LocAN, JAMES Auditorium Helper 2, 3, 4: Hall Duty I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Service Club I, 2, 42 Engineers I. 2. LoUnoN, CATHERINE ANNE P.j.C.: "Kay", Hall Duty I, 21 Variety Show 45 G.A.A. 1, 21 Tennis 3. MACARTI-IUR, VERNE G.I.C.: "Red", Football B 3: Track B 2: Track A 3, 45 Broad- caster Stafl 32 Cross Country 4. MACDONALD, ScoTT T. G.J.C.: "Mac", Boys' League Officer 41 Dance Comm. 42 N. A.S.S. Pres. 42 Football 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, AQ BBP 4. l9 T ,HE STYLUS 34 MCBRIDE, KATHRYN MCCoME, MYRA LoUIsE G.J.C.5 Hall Duty I, 2, 3, 42 Dance Comm. IQ G.A.A. I, 1, ' Comites I' World Friend- 3,,4, 5 , ship 35 Tennis 1, 2. MCINTYRE, IRENE MAIJDEN, WALTER FRANK "Walt"5 Hall Duty I2 Honor Society I, 2, 31 Boxing 3, 42 Ticket Selling 2, 3, 45 Bookstore 2, 32 Boys' Stag Party Comm. 4. MAIJRID, HUBEKTO GERARD U.C.L.A.5 Auditorium Helper 3, 45 Hall Duty 41 Explosion Stall' 45 Orchestra 21 Senior Dance 42 Spanish Club 35 Pres. 45 Football B 45 Basketball C I, 25 B 3, 45 Baseball A I, 2, 3, 4. MARKS, BABETTE ELAINE G.J.C.5 "Betty"5 Roll Room Repres. IQ Honor Society I, 2, 41 Somoac 3, 42 Scribblers' 45 Basketball 4. MASTERS, DoN PAUL U.S.C.5 "Mousie"5 Hall Duty lj Band I, 2, 3, 4: Drum Ma- 3or 3, 45 Football 35 Basketball 2: Track I. MCCARTHY, MARIE GRACE Costume Designing School 5 "Martyn: Commerce 41 Music 33 World Friendship 41 Physi- ology 45 Somoac 2, 3. MCDOWELL, JANIE LEE U.C.L.A.5 Variety Show 41 Shakespearean Contest 42 School Dance Comm. 45 G.A.A. I, 3, 4: Comites 25 French 3, 41 World Friendship 25 Volleyball 31 Girls' Stunt Party Comm. I, 3. MCLEOD, WILLIAM "Bill" MADONNA, RosE Ma rinello Beauty College 5 "Rosie"5 G.A.A. 45 Commerce 41 Physiology 42 Basketball 45 Girls' Stunt Party 25 Variety Show 4. MARINE, JUNE DoRIs "Primmy"5 Hall Duty II Stunt Party Comm. I, 25 G.A.A. I, 12 Uniform Board 2, 41 Commerce IQ Volleyball 2, 35 Basketball 32 Variety Show 2. MARTIN, FRANCIS CHARLES G.J.C.5 "Marty"5 Ticket Taker 4. MEHL, JOHN H. L.A.J.C.5 Hall Duty 3, 45 Boys' Service Club 45 Science 35 Wrestling 3, 4. 19 T HE STYLUS 34 MENKE, GLORIA CHARLOTTE U.C.L.A.g "Glor": Masque- raders' 29 Volleyball 4. MICHEL, GLADYS IRENE G.J.C.g "Happy"g Ollice Helper 3: Variety Show 2, 42 Girls' Stunt Party Comm. 2: Friend- ship Comm. 41 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Uniform Board Rep. 1: Music 4: World Friendship 45 Physi- ology 4: Volleyball 31 Basket- ball 3. MQNAHAN, JACK G. U.C.L.A.: "Monie": Sen. Ban- quet Comm. 4: Hall Duty 2, 32 Explosion Staff 31 Shakespear- ian Contest 4: Sen. Play 42 Dec. Comm. jr. Prom. 3Q Chair- man Comm. for Stylus Dance 41 Monthly Dances 45 Board of Control 3, 4. MORGAN, CHARLES Moluus, LELIA EVELYN G.j.C.g 'Nickie"g Orchestra 4Q World Friendship 4. MOULTHROP, GLADYS MURRAY, BARBARA G.j.C.g "Bobby"g Hall Duty 1, 2, 32 Explosion Staff 42 Dra- malics 4Q G.A.A. 1, 22 Girls' Hiking 1, 21 French 1, 2, 3Q Volleyball lj Basketball 1. MERCER, DUDLEY MOMSEN, YsAEEL U.C.L.A.g Girls' League Comm. 42 Variety Show 4, G.A.A. 1, 21. 42 Girls' Service Club 43 Girls' Hiking Club 4: French li 2: World Friendship 41 Lead- ers 4 Pres., Girls' G Club 4: Scribblers 1, 2, 4, Vice-Pres. 41 jr. Commissioner 42 Girls' Sports 1, 2: Gym Secy. 42 Edi- tor Verse Book 4. MONTGOMERY, RICHARD MORGAN, HELEN BEVERLY Cafeteria zg G.A.A. 4. MORRISON, ROBENA MURPHY, LLOYD B. University of Cal.g "Bob": Class Yell Leader IQ Dec. Comm. Jr. Dance 3: Dec. Comm. Sen. Dance 4: School Dance Comm. 41 School Yell Leader 41 C Basketball 2Q Track C 32 Swim- ming C 1, 2. MYERS, MARION FRANCES U.S.C.g Hall Duty 1, 2, 42 Ex- plosion Staff 4: Debate 1: Hon- or Society 1, 2, 3, 41 G.A.A. 1, 1, 3, 42 Girls' Service Club 2, 4: Unilorm Board 2, Comiles 2, 3, 4: Forum 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish 3, 4Q Scribblers' 1, 2, 3' 4- l9 T HE STYLUS 34 MYERSCOUGH, JACK "Mike", Ground Duty 2: Cafe- teria 3, 4: Orchestra I, 2: Boys' G 41 Track B 13 A 3, 43 Cross Country Manager 4. NAREGAN, ROBERT CHARLES Wash. Stateg "Bohn: Tennis 31 4- N Erz, HERB WILHELL1 "Herbie", Hall Duty r, 2, 3, 4. NICHOLAS, MARGARET LILLIAN "Peggy", Cabinet 4: Hall Duty r, 22 Student Bank 3, 4, Ushers 3, 45 Ticket Comm. for Monthly Dance 41 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Service Club l, 32 Uni- form Board r, 2: Library Staff 3, Commerce 21 Girls' Hiking 2, 33 Girls' G 3, 41 Girls' Sports I, 2, 31 Variety Show 2, 3, Girls' Stunt Party 2, 3. OTTER, ROBERT PASCOVICH, TONY PETTY, JAM ES MYLER, MARY JANE NELSON, EILEEN NEWTON, MURIEL E. G'.j.C.g Uniform Board 1, zg Library Stal? rg Girls' Hiking 2, 3: Physiology 3. 4- O'BR1AN, FRANCES R. G.J.C.g "Becky", Hall Duty x, 4, G.A.A. r, 2, 35 Library Stall 43 World Friendship 22 Girls' Sports IQ El Dorado Club 4. PARKER, MARIAN H,ELEN G.J.C.: "Anne"g Hall Duty 2: Variety Show 3, 42 G.A.A, I, 1, 3, El Dorado 42 Girls' Hik- ing 2, 35 Girls' Glee 4. PETERS, ALVERA KATHERINE Trade School, "Al", G.A.A. I, 2, 41 Somoac 3, 4, Vice-Pres.: Tennis Secy. 25 Variety Show 41 Uniform Repres. PHILLIPS, WALTER LEE G.,l.C.: "Walt": Student Bank 22 Band rg Printers 2, 3, 4. I9 THE STYLUS 34 P1N1cs1'oN, J. RONALD "Pinkie"g Missionary Service. POTTER, JACK PULLAN, LEONARD RADKE, EDWARD MAX Law School, "Ed"g Secy. De- bate 4, Class Pres. 4Q Hall Duty 1, 2, 3, 42 School Play 2, 35 Sen. Play 41 Debate 4, Debate Class 3, 45 Jr. Dance Comm. 31 Stylus Dance 45 Boys' Service Club 3, 45 Forum Club 3, 4, Pres.: Science 3: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., Variety Show 4. Rsssz, ART VKCTOR G.j.C.: Auditorium Helper I: Hall Duty 1, 2, 3: Commerce 2, 3: Spanish 2, 32 Track 2: Tennis 1, 3, 4. READ, GEORGIA RHODES, GLENN POSEY, CAROLYN Honor Society 3, 45 G.A.A. 1: Uniform Rep. 1, 42 Commerce 2. 3, 4, Pres., Comites 2. PRESTON, BARBARA PUTHUFF, MATHILDA RAYBORN, Joi-IN CHARLES G.J.C.: "Johnny"g Secy. of Pub. 45 Hall Duty 2, Explosion Staff 45 Variety Show 4: Stylus Day Comm. 32 Stylus Dance Comm. E: N.A.S.S. 41 Football C 25 3' 4- Rssviss, PAU1.1N1z VIVIAN P.J.C.g "Polly"g Hall Duty 1, 15 Dramatics 1, 23 Operetta 1, 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2: Uniform Board IQ Music 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, 42 Girls' Sports I, 2. RETTBEKG, GLADYS LOUISE "Happy": Hall Duty 32 G.A. A. 4. R1cHARDs, DOROTHY ELIZABETH G.J.C.: "Dot," Hall Duty 1, 2: G.A.A. 1. I9 T HE STYLUS 34 RIEGER, LUCILLE MARGARET G.J.C.: "Lucy5" Variety Show 41 Jr. Dance Comm. 31 Sr. Dance Comm. 41 Friendship Comm 3Q G.A.A. x, 2. RODOLPH, LETHA ROSENBERG, RAYMOND H. U.C.L.A.5"Rosy5" Music 42 Boys' G Club 42 Boys' Glee 45 Football C 15 B 35 A 41 Basketball B 35 Track A 3, 4Q BBP 4. ROUNDS, HARRY RUssELL, VIRGINIA PAULINE U. of Redlandsg Friendship Chairman Girls' League 4Q Girls' Stunt Party Comm. 45 Friend- ship Comm. 31 G.A.A. 1, 1, 3, Treas. 41 Physiology Secy. 35 Leaders 25 Girls' G 3, 42 Girls' Sports 1, 21 Gym Secy. 1. SCHNEIDER, KATHERINE JOSEPHINE G.J.C.5 "Kay5" G.A.A. I, 1, 32 Uniform Repres. 32 Girls' Hiking 25 Somoac 1, 3, 42 Girls' Sports 1, 3Q Stylus Art Contrib. 2. SELK, JANE M. G.I.C.5 Hall Duty 11 Variety Show 42 Comites 42 Spanish 3, 4: World Friendship 3, 45 Stamp Club 3. ROBERTS, JUNE ELLA Woodbury Business College5 "Honey5" Girls' Sports I, 1. ROEHL, EDDIE U. of Chicago5 Hall Duty 41 Radio Club 35 A Track 3. ROSEBROUGH, ROWENA RUSSELL, MARY HELEN "Shorty5" G.A.A. 3, 41 Library Staff 45 Music 43 Girls' Sports 3. SAUER, Tom H. U.C.L.A.5 "Tommy5" Auditor- ium Helper 3Q Hall Duty 3, 42 Music 4. SCHRECK, HOWARD RUCHAMKIN, SEYMOUR I9 THE STYLUS 34 SHAY, RAYMOND EDWARD U.C.L.A.: Hall Duty I: En- gineers' Club I, 2. Sl-IERWOOD, MARTHA ANN K.U.: "Marte:" Hall Duty I, 2, 3: Stylus Staff 4: Explosion Staff 4: Stylus Dance Comm. 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Girls' Service Club 1. 3: Girls' Hiking I, 1, 3: Spanish 3, 4: Balance and Beaker 3: Girls' Sports 1. 3: World Friendship Club 4: Uniform Rep. 4. SIPPLE, Rosen MONTGOMERY U.C.L.A.: "Bob:" Hall Duty I, 1: Cafeteria I, 1, 3, 4: Student Bank 4: Graduation Dec. Comm. 3: Commerce 4. SMITH, GEORGIA GLEN U.S.C.: "Brownie:" Secy. Girls' League 4: Secy. Class I, 1, 3: Class Comm. 3. 42 Stylus Staff 4: Explosion Staff 4: School Play 4: Senior Play 4: Refresh- ment omm r Dance Dec C . J . 3: . Comm. 42 Jr. Stunt Comm. 3: Sen. Stunt Comm. 4: G.A.A. I, 2: Girls' Service Club 4: Span- ish 1, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Tennis z, 3: Variety Show 4: Friendship Comm. 3: Dec. Comm. for Sen. Grad. 3: Stylus Dance 4. SMITH, RDDNEY Pruzcrrzrzn G.J.C.: "Rod:" French I, 2: Library 4. STADLBR, ART STEBBINS, JIM LEROY U. of Alberta: "Chick:" Secy. Finance 3: Boys' League Officer 4: Auditorium Helper 2: Hall Duty I. 2: Student Bank I, 2, 3: jr. Prom Comm. 3: Monthly Dance Comm. 4: Commerce 3: Varsity Football Manager 4: B Basketball Manager 4: Baseball 3- 4' SHELLENDEKGER, CLAUDE "Shelly:" Dance Comm. 3, 4: Boys' Service Club 3: Spanish 31 Football B 3: Track B 3: Golf 4. SHOMLER, DOROTHY MAY S S G.J.C.: "Dot:" Secy. Girls' Ath- letics 4: Girls' League Off. 4: Usher 3, 4: Gym Secy. 1, 4: Dramatics 4: Operetta 3: Dance Comm. 4: Recognition Comm. 4: G.A.A. Pres. 4: G.A.A. 1, 3, 4: G.A.A. Executive Bd. 3, 42 Pres. Girls' Service Club 4: Uniform .Repres. .3, 4: Music 3, 4: Girls Hiking 1, 3, 4: Spanish 3: Physiology 41 Girls' G 3, 4: Girls' Glee 4: Leaders' 31 World Friendship 4: Girls' Sports 1. 3, 4: Pep Club 4. MITH, COLVIN MITII, MILDRED LOUISE "Millie:" Hall Duty 2, 3: Va- riety Show 4: G.A.A. I, 1: Girls' Service Club 1: Girls' Hiking I, 2: Spanish 3, 4: Science 3: World Friendship 4. SNELL, JAMES STAUB, Loursrz A. P.G.: "Lou:" Commerce 4: Girls' Glee 4. S'rIzEI.E, MADELIN E A NITA Business College: "FritZZ" G.A A. 3, 4: Uniform Board I: Girls Sports 3, 4. 19 THE STYLUS 34 STEINER, MARGARET A. Southwestern, "Peggy," Student Bank 3, G.A.A. 1, 23 Commerce Club I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball rg Basketball r. STEWART, EDYTHE ROMAYNE G.I.C.g "Dinksg" Usher 3, 4: Drama 49 G.A.A. 3, 4: Girls' Service Club 4, Uniform Repres. 3: Comites 2, 35 Girls' Hiking 3, 49 Leaders' 3. Pres. 42 Girls' G Club 42 Girls' Sports 3, 41 STONE, Boa Cal. Tech, HR. B.g" Track 2, 3' 4- THAXTER, MARJORIE ETHEL Woodbury College: "Marge:" Honor Society 44 Comites 1, 35 Physiology 4. THOMSEN, TED THOMI'SON, VIRGINIA DARE "Ginnyg" Girls' Service Club 3, 4, Commerce I, 2, 3, 41 Bank Teller 3. TOWAR, JULIA BALLANCE "Julieg" Honor Society 41 French 4: Girls' Glee 4. STEPHENS, ROBERT Lotus "Butchg" Auditorium Helper I, 2, 3, 4: Bank 2, 3, 4: Com- merce 4g Engineers' Club r, ZQ Football 1, 2, 31 Wrestling rg Swimming 1, 2. STON E, CHARLOTTE TAYLOR, KAY Debate I, 3, Dance Comm. 41 N.A.S.S. Secy. Treas. 4, Boys' Service Club 21 Forum 3, C Football 2, B Football 33 A Football 4: C Basketball 3, B Track 2, 35 A Track 45 Boxing rg Wrestling rg Engineers' Club 25 B.B.P. Club Pres. 4. THOMAS, BROOKS Commercial Art School: Hall Duty r, 2, Somoac 3, 4. THOINIPSON, HARRY Toon, ALMA CLAIRE "Toddieg" Hall Duty r, 2, 33 G.A.A. r, 2, Commerce 4, Music 4: Physiology 2, 3, 4 VP, Comm. for Commerce Club Banquet 4. TUPPER, JEANE KATHRYN Pasadena Nursing College: Music rg French rg World Friendship 2: Girls' Glee 3. I9 THE STYLUS 34 SUTILE, GEORGE VAUGHAN, FRANCES ELEANOI: G.J.C.3 "FrzInkie3" G.A.A. 4. WAIDELICH, JAMES REED Washin ton State: "Jimmy" g Q Hall Duty I, 22 Jr. Prom Comm, 3: Sr. Dance Comm. 42 Track C 2, 3. WATSON, DOROTHY MAE G.J.C.3 "Dong" G.A.A. IQ Music Club 4. WEIDMARK, HARRIET WI-IITE, W. FRANK Ground Duty 4. WHITEMAN, SAM B. Hall Duty I, 42 Senior Play 43 Dance Comm. 3, 42 Music 42 Variety Show 4C Spanish 3, 41 Boys' Glee 4. VAN DUSEN, JACK WADEY, MARGARET JANE G.J.C.3 "Margie3" G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 41 Reg. Dress Repres. 45 Music 4: World Friendship 4g Physiology 3. 41 Girls' Glee 4: Girls' Sports 3. 43 Variety Show 4. WAKEFIELD, EVELYN WATTS, ROBERT H. G.J.C.3 "Bob3" Graduation Comm. 32 Sen. Play 41 School Play 42 Variety Show 3, 41 One-Act Play 42 Boys' Glee 41 Pep Club 4. WHEELER, PEGGY G.I.C.3 "Wheels3" Secy. of As- semblies 31 Song Leader 41 Proa gram Chairman Girls' League 42 Class Comm. ZQ Operetta 21 Jr. Dance Comm. 31 Graduation Comm. 4: Girls' Service Club 3, 42 Uniform Board I: Coma merce 31 Music 23 Comites 23 Girls' Glee 2: Girls' Stunt Party Comm. 32 Variety Show I, 1, 3, 4- WHITE, RUTH "Ruthie3" Hall Duty I, 2, 3, 41 Commerce 2, 3, 4: Physiology 4. VVHITMORE, SIGRID ELIZABETH G.J.C.3 "Siggy3" Hall Duty 43 French 41 Physiology 4. l9 THE STYLUS 34 WILKES, MARJORIE ELIZABETH G.J.C.g "Margie:" Hall Duty 3, 41 G.A.A. rg Comites 2, 3. WILLEY, KATHRYN "Willie:" G.A.A. IQ Commerce 2. 3, 4, Physiology 4. WoLI-'E, HAZEL EDITH G.,l.C.g "Billie:" Girls' League 05. 42 Class Comm. 31 Hall Duty I: Variety Show 43 Stunt Party Comm. Chairman IQ Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Sr. Prom Comm. 4: Roll Room Repres. I: Friend- ship Comm. 3: Monthly Dance Comm. 42 G.A.A. I, 2: Unifrom Board I, 2, 3, 41 Physiology 4: Scrlbblers' 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Basketball 2. YoUNo, LoIs VIRGINIA Business College: "Loie:" Stu- dent Bank 3, 4, Roll Room Repres. 45 Girls' Service Club 3. 42 Commerce 2, 3, 4Q Physi- ology 4. RICHMOND, LLEWELLYN KEENE, VADA TAGGART, STEVE U.S.C.: "Peter," Cabinet 21 Student Council 42 Yell Leader Class lj President Class 21 Class Comm. 2, 31 Auditorium Helper 3. 4: Hall Duty 1. 2. 3, 4: Sports Editor Explosion 31 School Play 22 Operetta 3, Dance Comm. 1, 3, 41 Boys' Service Club 2, 3, 4: Boys' G AQ Boys' Glee 3, 41 Football B I. 2, Football A 45 Basketball B I, 21 Track A 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, HARRY L.A.I.C.: Dramatics 3, 4, Boys Glee 3, 4, Boxing 3. WINDSOR, JACK WoosLEY, BLANC!-IE G.,l.C.g Library StaH 4: Scrib- blers' 4. ZITNICK, SARAH "Sydney," Commerce 4: Girls' Glee 4. CuMMARo, Lours MACDONALD, JAMES GORDON "jim"g Harvard, Cabinet 42 Pres. Boys' League 45 Class Comm. 43 Dance Comm. 3, 43 Lenders' 3, 4, Track 3, 4. YVODER, Bon I9 THE STYLUS 34 Jw Q U , r , CL SS OF WINTER 1937 HM? aww -79- S 19 THE STYLUS 34 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS TED ANDREWS ------- President ------- TED ANDREWS HARVEY BIGGS - - - - Vice-President - - - - HARVEY Blccs HELEN TOPE ---- - Secretary - ---- YVONNE BAKER BLYTHE RAE HAWLEY - - - Treasurer ---- BLYTHE RAE HAWLEY MRs. LAMBERT -------- Adviser - ------ MRS. LAMEERT RiRS. CORBETT ---. - - MRS. CORBETT MR. ANDERSON - - - - - MR. ANDERSON MR. GROVER - V MR. GROVER ' -80- I9 THE STYLUS 34 ' ., ' j' 'I K . S SSSS S 'T-Y-.1 A L'ffff.f , ,.'zf,,4.. hifg,p'if ,"" ff, , ' ' K ' 7 - N 1, -' -- H A ,,,5 ,,,. ,,h,,,,k,,, 3,-pg 11 gf gf ,J -6 -:hm jj-L, , ,L '1::..3,..-..,. . ,-.amy - -- - 'L,,' 2-12554 mf FP' f' A f Yr , 5 -' a :Tie - 7: lg "l?E::4:m"'-'49f....' -- -, - -M I L gf, .yd JV 5 .Q . U ia -Tia :V:.,...,Q. .....-uL-2:-:- ,-W-W ,, L we I P 4- A ,A . y I Q 7 v 4g - .4 ner..-'Hug--mu-n mg- .. ..4.: . .. 3, jp nff gl " 4 1 Lf. 5. -1 A 4 5 'Q-" ,QQ ', Yf'W' . ,A,.,-.. H qi.. 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" J K r 'v ' F P . l -6,11 I9 T H E STYLUS , 34 First Semester Bon PUTNAM - - FRANCES MYERS - PATTIE SMITH - - FRANCES HALL - JAMES AP ROBERTS MARY BUELL JIM BUGENTAL DOROTHY CARoL PAUL ECKLEY MARY JANE GILLAN BETTY HAILs GRETFA HAINING SCRIBBLERS' CLUB - President - Vice-President S eeretary-Treasurer - Adviser - Loxs JESSEN HARRY KLISSNER DoN MAcDoUGAL BABETTE MARKS BILL MCWHIRTER YSAEEI, MoMsEN FRANCES MYERS JIMMY Oscoou -85.. Second Semester PATTIE SMITH PAUL ECKLEY BILL MCWHIRTER FRANCES HALL Bos PUTNAM ROGER SAWYER PAITIE SMITH HAZEI. WGLI-'E BLANCHE WOOSLEY VIRGINIA WRIGHT JANICE WRIGHT 19 T H E STYLUS 34 HONOR SOCIETY I NEDRA THIEMIO - FRANK HARDISON FRANCES MYERS Ad-visers - - NAOMI BREAD LYNN BEEDLE ELEANOR CLAUSEN GRETTA HAINING HAZEL JAMES HELEN KAGEL MARJORIE THAXTER MARJORIE YUILL PATRICIA BOWMAN JANE LEE ELLIS ROBERTA HIGGINBOTI-IAM Mlss HELMER, RICHARD ISRAEL BOB PUTNAM WILLIAM FRAMPTON JANE FRAMPTON JEAN GRINNELL KIM HILL JULIA MUMFORD CAROLINE POSEY MARTHA RUBY JOSEPHINE SWIGGETT GLORYA CURRAN -g6. - Preszdent Vice-Preszdent Secretary Miss MCENDREE, Miss POPPY FRANK HARDISON EUGENE LAMPHEAR BILL MCWHIRTER EVELYN LANGE DORIS ANSPACH GWENDOLYN HOPKINS DOROTHY GREAVES FRANCES MYERS BETTY MARRY DON WEBBER NEDRA THIEMIG 19 T H E STYLUS 34 ,HONOR SOCIETY Il GLORYA CURRAN BOB PUTNAM MARTHA RUBY Advisers - GEORGE ALMASSY DORIS ANSPACH PATRICIA BOWMAN MARY LOUISE BRAUN LYNN BEEDLE GLORYA CURRAN BILL COLEMAN Bon CUSTER JANE LEE ELLIS HELEN FISHMAN WILLIAM FRAMPTON FRANK HARDISON KIM HILL VVINIFRED HOWARD ROBERTA HIGGINBOTHAM RICHARD ISRAEL GRETTA HAINING HAZEL JAMES MISS HELINIER, BILL JEWETT BETTY KINZER EUGEAN LAMPIIEAR EVALYN LANGE FRED LEWELLYN JEAN LowE BILL MCWHIRTER BABETTE MARKS BETTY LEE MERRITT FRANCES MYERS JULIA MUMI-'oRo LoUIs NIXION LoLA PERRIN Bon PUTNAM PERLITA PEMBERTHY MARTHA RUBY MARJORIE THAXTER -87- - Prexzdent - Vice-Presulent - Secretary Mlss NICENDREE, Mlss POPPY JULIA TOWER HELEN VEsEI,IcI-I BARBARA YERBY DOROTHY GREAVES Anociale Member: NELSON BICE MARTI-IA CALHOUN CHARLES C1-IENOWETH ETHEL MAE DU1'roN DORIS DWYER MARTHA GLENN BETTY INMAN RosEIvIARY KAUFFMANN FRANCES KOBAYASLSHI BERNICE LAIL EUGENE MARIAS ELEANOR TERPENING' ALICE WEsTovER I9 T H E STYLUS 34 W First Semester LAWRENCE STUTSMAN MALCOLM HARRIS - - BILL MONTGOh1ERY - MR. MOYSE- - - TED ANDREWS BUD GRAINGER EO GRAvEs MALCOLM HARRIS En HEARN JAMES HUBBARD N. A. S. S. - President - Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer - - Adviser - SCOTT MACDONALO BILL MONTGOMERY WINDTHROP MULFORD JOHN RAYBORN MILLAN SMITH DAVID SKINNER -33- Setond Semester - SCOTT MACDONALD - - - ED HEARN - KAY TAYLOR - - - -MR. MOYSE LAWRENCE STUTSMAN KAY TAYLOR MELVEN THOMPSON JACK WELLS BILL WILEUR TONY ZUNIGA I9 TH E STYLUS 34 First Semester LETHA RODOLPH ALVERA PETERS BROOKS THOMAS NAOMI BREARD - Mlss ABBOTT - DALE BAYMILLER JACK BEARDSLEY ExLEEN BETTS ARvxN BOWNE CAROL BRYANT SHARLE CARPENTER TOM FLOWERS S OMOAC ART - President - Vice-President - - S eeretary - - Treasurer - - - Adviser - - JANE FRAMPTON RICHARD HEMTNGWAY Lois JESSEN DOROTHY LONOCROFT BETTY MABRY BABETFE MARKS MARGARET Ross -89- Second Semester LETHA RODOLPH ALVERA PETERS BROOKS THOMAS - ALVA I-IADSELL - - - Miss ABBOTT GEORGE RUDIE POLLY RUTH KATHERINE SCHNEIOER LEON SHOOK HARRTET WEEDMARK NINA WHITEHALL I9 THE STYLUS 34 First Semester GEORGIA SMITH DOUGLAS HOWELL RICHARD ISRAEL - ALICE MADRID - - MARTE SHERWOOD MISS MCENDREE BOB ALLINGHAM MA RAE BURNI-IAM FLORENCE COHEN LORAINE GRUBLES BLYTHE RAE HAWLEY ROEERTA HIGGINROTHAM WALTER HOPKINS FLORENCE KINCAID RUTH KLAUS GEORGE MCPHERSDN RUTH ROssI EDNA SHIVELY JEssIE STONIER JANE SPRAGUE MARJORIE SPROULE RUTH VAN BLOKKIN ELINOR VERDUGO THELMA WILCOX GRETCHEN ANTHES SPANISH CLUB - President - Vice-President - S eeretary - - Treasurer - - Reporter - Faculty Advisers MRS. COURTENAYE CLIFF BRONSON FRANCES CLARK CLYDE COLINS MAXINE DYSART RUTH IRBY ALFRED JONEs GEORGE KEHRLI MARIE LAHFDANY MORRIS LEVY JAMES OSGOOD HAROLD PARKER VIRGINIA POMEROY GEORGEA REID MARTHA SILBERBERG VIOLA TONE BOD WILHELM BARBARA YERBY JANE CALVERT BARBARA HALE -90- Second Semester - HUBERTO MADRID DELOS THURBER ANTONIO ZUNIGA - ROBERTA HIGGINBOTHAM MARTE SH ERWOOD MRS. LAMBERT SPENCER HIALT GWENDOLYN HOPKINS DOUGLAS HOWELL ROBERT ILLINGSWORTH COLMER JONES NAOMI KIMPEL SYLVESTER LA CHASSE EVELYN LANGE FRANCES MYERS JANE SELK ROBERT SHIELDS MILDRED SMITH MARGUERITE STORMS ARTHUR WATTS CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN RICHARD ISRAEL JANE ISAAC BILL COLEMAN GEORGIA SMITH I9 T H E STYLUS 34 Consul - Pro-Consul Praetor - Quaestor Sponsor - JEAN CRAIG JACK BIGGS JACK CANNON LOUISE COOPER GLORYA CURRAN JEAN DANIELS KATHRIN DECKER TI-IELMA DOBBINS BARBARA GOLDTHWAITE DOROTHY GREAvEs FRANK HAMILTON COMITES CLUB .4 ediles .' WILMA HITCHCOCK - PATTIE SMITH BILL MITCHELL - BARBARA HINTON MRS. HUDSON LETA FRANCES WEAVER WINIERED HOWARD JANE CLEAVELAND LOUIS HANSEN MARGARET HEALEY MARGARET HOUGH HARRY KLISSNER JEAN KNUDSON BILL LENNON BILL NICWHIRTER NORIWAN BXIADOFF BILL MITCHELL JULIA MUNIFORD FRANCES IVIYERS -91- MARTHA RUBY XXVETTE RUMBERG JANE SELK JEAN SIMCOX EDWIN SARROWS NIARJORIE YUILL ' DOROTHY JANE WILKES JEAN WOOD MfXYLA SANDBECK JAMES VAUGHN I9 T H E STYLUS 34 LE CERCLE FRANCAIS First Semexter BRUCE OSHIER - - - MAE REA DE LONG - GLORYA CURRAN - - SUE HUNT ---- MISS DOROTHY GILSON ALICE DONER BETTY BERG BETTY LEE MERRETT BRUCE OSI-IIER DELL Ross DOROTHY GREAVES fFrench Club? - President - Vice-President - Secretary - - Treasurer - - Adviser - EMILY CHILDS FRANCES JAMES GENEVIEVE GREGORY EVELYN EVANS JANIE McDOWELL MARY NIGHTINGALE -92- Second Semester - - GLORYA CURRAN - MAE REA DE LONG - DOROTHY GREAVES - ELLYNORE ROBINSON MISS DOROTHY GILSON HELEN ISAAC JEAN WOOD JULIA TOWAR JANE Scorr MAE REA DE LONG GLORYA CURRAN C19 T H E STYLUS 34 First Semester IRVING LICHT - ALMA TODD - - RfIADELINE LAPP - MIss MURPHY - DIARGIE ASHBY BERNICE BERTRAND LORAINE BRAMWELL JOHN CALHOUN CLAYTON CHRISOPE LILLIAN CLINE ELAINE CUNNINGHAM CLAUDIA DE HAVEN HAZEL DUDLEY CAROLA GAGE BOB GILBERT EVELYN GILBERT DOROTHY HOLE VIRGINIA HURD RUTH IRBY PERLE JOHNSTON HELENE KAGEL COMMERCE CLUB - President - - Vice-President - Secretary-Treasurer - - - Advisor' - BOB KASE DAISY KORTS GENEVA KOSTELECKY DOROTHY LADD MADEI.lNE LAPP BILL LAUGHRAY IRVING LICHT ELDEN LORENZEN ROSE MADONNA MARIE MCCARTHY PHYLLIS PECKHAM DOROTHY PECKHAM CAROLYN POSEY PAUL QUEYREL PAULINE REID RUTH RIEMANN -93- Seeond Semester - CAROLYN POSEY - BOB GILBERT - HAZEL DUDLEY - - - -MISS MURPHY LOUISE SAUER GEORGE SHAVER BOB SIPPLE LOUISE STAUB NIARGARET STEINER DOROTHY STIMSON VIRGINIA THOMPSON ALMA TODD MARION VAN KESSEL RUTH WHITE ALMA WILHELM KATHRYN WILLEY GEORGE WOODYARD LOIs YOUNG MARJORIE YUILL ELAINE ZARRS SARAH ZITNICK 19 THE STYLUS 34 First Semester B 0 Y S , u G n C L U B Second Semester LAWRENCE STUTZMAN ---- President ---- - - LARRY JAMES WARD ALBERT - - Vice-President - JIM MACDONALD GEORGE HANEY - - Secretary LARRY JAMES - - - - Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer - - - - REGINALD JONES BOE HUNTINGTON JACK VAN LUVEN RAY ROSENBERG EARL DAVIS BILL GOODRICH BOB STONER LARRY JAMES JACK TAYLOR GEORGE HANEY LARRY JAMES RAY CARSON AL BROOK1Ns DELOS THURBER BUD KELLY JIM MACDONALD WARD ALBERT DON HASKELL NORMAN YECKLY BILL WRIGHT BOB HUNTINGTON DELOS THURBER JACK VAN LUVEN MILTON GREENELATT VVARD ALBERT JACK MYERSCOUGH BILL MONTGOMERY BUD KELLY AL BROOKINS BILL GOODRICH KAY TAYLOR CHANDLER LINDSEY MILIAN SMITH BILL WRIGHT DON EDMONDS HERBERT BURKE First Semester G I R L S , H G H C L U B Second Semester DORIS ANSPACH - ---- President ----- MARIE LAHFDANY MILDRED FRASHER - - Vice-President - MARTHA HITCHCOCK MISS KNIGHT - DORIS ANSPACH FRANCES BAKER JANE BRIGGS PAULA BROWN MARIE BERENDSHON MARGARET CHASE JANE FRAMPTON MILDRED FRAsI-IER BETTY KINZER BETTY MONTGOMERY Secretary- Treasurer ----- Adviser --- MARGARET NICHOLAS HELEN ORCHARD LILLIAN ORMESHER RUTH PATTERSON VIRGINIA POMEROY VELMA RAMEY VIRGINIA RUSSELL DOROTHY SHOMLER MARTHA SI-RINGER BETTY CAJACOBS THELMA DOBBINS FRANCES JAMES LUCILE MURPHY MARGARET NICHOLAS MARIE LAI-IFDANY RUTH LOCKWOOD MARGARET MCEVOY BETTY MABRY -94- - FRANCES BAKER - - MISS KNIGHT JOSEPHINE SWIGGETT ELLEN TRONSIER BARBARA HALE ROBERTA HIGGINBOTHAM MARTHA HITCI-ICOCK ELIZABETH ROBERTS ROMAYNE STEWART JANE CALVERT ELEANOR CLAUsEN I9 TH E STYLUS 34 1 First Semester JACK BEARDSLEY - CHARLES MORGAN DORIS MCINTYRE - BIISS ABEL -I - - BILL BEARDSLEY ARVIN BDWNE NADMI BREARD MARIONETTE CLUB - President Vice-President - Secretary - Adviser ALICE BRowN MARY JANE GILLAN JENEVIEVE GREGORY RONALD IsLEs Second Semester - JACK BEARDSLEY - CHARLES MORGAN - DORIS MCINTYRE - - - - MISS ABEL HAROLD P1-IELPS MARGARET Ross MARJoRIE SPROULE WORLD FRIENDSHIP CLUB BILL GRIMSTEAD ----- RAY IDE - - - CONNIE BAKER - - CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN - - LEsLIE AGGER5 SHIRREL ALEXANDER DORIS ANSPACH CDNNIE BAKER RUTH BIERMA CAROL BRYANT MARY BUELL MARGARET BURT PRUDENCE CALDWELL FRANCES CLARK KATHARINE DECKER CHARLOTTE DRIVER - President - Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer - JACK FRENCH GENEVIEVE GREGORY BILL GRIMSTEAD THERESA HELFEND BARBARA HINTON ELIZABETH HUGHES RAY IDE EVA LOUISE JoNEs HARRY KLISNER BORIS LEVIN JANIE McDowELL GLADYS MICHEL -95- - - - - - - - - RAY IDE - - DORIS ANSPACH - CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN - - - CONNIE BAKER YsAEEL MOMSEN JULIA MUMPFORD WALTER PENBERTHY Bon PUTMAN MARTHA RUBY GEORGE RUDIE YVETTE RUMBURG JANE SELK MARTHA SILBERBURG MILDRED SMITH LETA FRANCES WEAVER CLAYRE ZIMMERMAN I9 THE STYLUS 34 VIRGINIA HURD RosE MADONNA RUTH WHITE MILDRED HOCK Miss GREEN - CLAUDIA DE HAVEN LILLIAN CLINE MARJORIE THAXTER LOIS YOUNG EMILIE CHILDS DoRoTHY GREY MARY BUELL FLORENCE CoHEN ELEANOR FERGUSON PHYSIOLOGY CLUB MEMBERS First and Second Semesters MARJORIE LOFFTUS MARGUERITE HINGSTON HELENE KAGEL DOROTHY HOLE SHIRLEY SMITH EVELYN WELDON PEGGY BECK ELLEN EDVVARDS PAT PORTER SIGRID WHITMORE MARGARET JACKSON BETTY JUDGE BARBARA HALE ALMA TODD ELEANOR HALE GENEVIEVE WILCox - President Vice-President - S ecretflry - Treasurer Faculty Adviser RUTH LOCKWOOD KATHRYN WILLEY VIRGINIA PoMERoY DOROTHY SHOMLER RDEENA MORRISON MARIAN MARSH ALICE DoNER ANNA GELSINGER DALE BAYMILLER First Semester AL LANNOM - FRANK ESHOM - JANE PARDON - MR. ADAMS - AL LANNON BETTY JUDGE FORUM CLUB - President - - Vice-President - - Secretary-Treasurer - - - Adviser - - DICK HARRIS DoN MACDOUGAI. Second Semester - - - ED RADKE JANE PARDON - FRANK ESHOM - MR. ADAMS JAMES AP ROBERTS JIM BUGENTHAL Boa PHILLIPPI Boa VVILHELM Bos PUTNAM CLARENCE JOHNSON COOPER LINDLEY ED RADKE FRANK EsHoM FRANCES MYERS HARRY KLISNER JANE PARDON -96- MADELINE COREY MAYLA SANDEECK ROGER W. SAWYER VIRGINIA WRIGHT WALT PENEERTHY I9 THE STYLUS 34 First Senzesler BILL WRIGHT - BILL GRIMSTEAD NIARTHA RUBY MARY BUELL - Miss ZIEGLER - IRENE CURL MAXINE KASTLER MARY BUELL GLADYS MISCHEI, HOPE HARPER DoRo'I'I-Iv WATSON MUSIC CLUB - Presidml - - Vice-President - Secretary-Treasurer - Program Chairman - - - Arlzfiser - BETTY KIRKPATRICK JEAN LowE MAE REA DE LoNG KATHERINE FISHER CAROL ROTHE MADELAINE GAGE Second Semester MARTHA RUBY GLORYA CURRAN - - JEAN LowE IRENE CURL - Mlss ZIEGLER RUTH VoN BI.oERER BETTY WELCH MARTHA RUBY VIRGINIA ARDRON MATHILDA PUTHOEE MARY LANGDON CHESS CLUB First Senzfster Semufl 6Fll1FSfl'7' EDWARD RADKE - - President - - EDVVARD RADKE FRANK STEINBERRY - I'ife-President - GEORGE GALLEGER RICHARD FLYNN - Secretary - - RICHARD FLYNN MR. LEDYARD - - - - Sponsor- - ---- MR. LEDYARD JAMES AP ROBERTS CHARLES DAVIS EDWIN SORROVVS GEORGE BELLINGER ROBERT PHILIPPI GENE VAUCHN JERRY BRowN HARRY ROUNDS DGNALD YORK -97- rs: . 14 '- ,ZY Y W Q S P O R T S ff . ff! 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Z: I i - I ii cc. , , O uv. .L REYNOLDS JOHNSON DONAHUE ARNOLD TOPE Backed by wonderful Student Body support, the Glendale High School Dynamiters stepped forward to produce many championship athletic teams during the season of 1933-34. Although the Varsity Football squad won only a fifth place, the Class B gridders tied for the Coast League Cham- pionship. Glendale's Varsity Basketball squad won the Coast League Crown, and the Class B hoopsters placed third. In track, Glendale produced a Coast League Championship Varsity Squad which placed Hfth in Southern Cali- fornia. The Class B aggregation won a second and third place in the Coast League. The Baseball team wound up in second place in league standings. Glendale's Cross-country squad Won a Southern California Championship and placed second in the Coast League. The Tennis team won the Coast League Championship, and the Golfers placed second. MILLER NEGLEY WHEELER - - I9 THE STYLUS 34 SAN DIEGO ROOTERS PERFORM BETWEEN HALVES CAPTAIN-ELECT JOE SPOHRER CAPTAIN STONER TAKES THE BALL FROM THE MOORS Q , - VARSITY FOOTBALL COACH AND CAPTAINS C O A C H J A CK G A I N E S V- X- H ' fvzgq' df 1 5 iii? fzeeffzfw , ,. gf. V Nw' , - ,, -A' f , ,cjigzf 2,55 , fl CAPTAIN BOB STONER s Za X rl - ' u fr Q . in 4 v , . Q55-'v.,-Q , " 5- .,'. 4 J " ' 'Mai "3 H - -Q . "-- : . ' ' , 1 - A - I ,V ,,, A 1 I WN W 4 44 J- wi- 3j,y',fw:.1 .- , , 'T "fe ,rrglga 'J '- .. '- 'fri 31" .. ,a,,1 A I My .f-M12-'2'.3Q2W'fwS.: 'w f'2" -M y-.I .,.3-aw. af I 'M -L-if: :mpfhiif . 'IMA we im, 1 .E -IOO- I9 THE STYLUS 34 GREENBLATT GETS IN THE OPEN FOR TWENTY YARDS O , VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Top Raw, lrft to right: Melvin Thompson, LeRoy Marsh, Bill Coleman, Richard Farnsworth, Richard Wilson. Standing: Chandler Lindsey, manager: johnny Finn, Steve Taggart, Bob Kasemeyer, Bob Kzlse, Fred Berg. Harris Goodrich, Kenny Kierg jim Stebbins, statisticiang Louis Cummaro, Ray Simpson, Richard Nichols, Bill Crippen, Kermit Ecklebarger, manager. Smlrrl: Bob Johnson, Norville Dnttnn. Bob Ilensler, Rny Belnup, Bud Kelley, Reggie jones, Bob Stoner, Ward Albert, Rosie Rosenberg, Steve Bristol, Bill Montgomery, Leo Kyle. Keith Calvert. On ground: Earle Davis, Warren Altofl, Orville Goodman, Kny Taylor. Lawrence Stntsxnzin, joe Spohrer. egg STONER -i- li sToPs THE el OPPOSITION AT THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE -101- I9 THE STYLUS 34 VARSITY FOOTBALL Coach Gaines started off I his 1933 football season with I four lettermen, and about seventy-five other fellows, 1 the great majority of whom 1 were "green." From the F 3 very start of the season, the entire squad lacked those essential factors of a suc- cessful gridiron machine- weight and experience. Before the league season opened, Glendale was very fortunate in obtaining as co- Coach, FWHCIS THPPMH, TAYLOR GETS UNDER WAY BEHIND ROSENBERG, once All-American at U. LOYOLA, STUTSMAN, AND STONER S.C., who was instrumental in teaching the Varsity football aggregation the fundamentals of the game that enabled them to make as good a showing as they did. Long Beach was the initial league opponent for the Blasters, and Glendale entered the tilt outweighed twenty-five pounds to the man. In the first half of the game, the Dynamen were able to carry the ball to within eight yards of the goal line, gaining the advantage for that half. But their lack of weight showed up when the Jackrabbits retaliated to win, I4-0. Pasadena won a similar, but much closer, victory over the Blasters, but the ineligibility of Bob Nash, stellar Bulldog end, gave a victoryto the Dynamiters. It might be of interest to note that Nash was very highly responsible for Pasadena's points. Alhambra decidedly outplayed Glendale the following week to the tune of I3-0. Glen- dale threatened only once when they advanced to the four-yard marker, while the Moors tallied twice in the final canto. Glendale's annual fracas with Hoover was played at night in the Rose Bowl. A great, last half rally failed to win the contest, and the Tornadoes won, 15-6. Santa Ana surprised the Nitros and won their game, I4-O. Previous dope pointed to a very close contest, but Glendale was "off-form," and the result was another defeat. ,, A f V 'V H if W B' B if ,.-- San Diego, semi-finalists . . ' - - r I in C.l.F. playoffs, won the B ' i - ' 'B ' .V B last game of the season by a . A V , ,,' 5 fl ' . 1 l V. ' sgy, , 24-7 score. Glendale put up , g I ',' f 5 , . , a stubborn defense against , ' ' " , ' A the powerful Hilltoppers, '. r . if f l .1 - F V ,QCXWSV m f ' but were unable to stop their B 'Q B mules' ' - A ,i .iii . V ,V wg. ' iii' W' 7 fr' Q if V 1 i -0 ' s, , Bob Stoner, four year let- f 44 ,"5, 1V Q. V ,V,' V - eV'. V3 VA.. , ,Q terman, was elected Cap- 'fe :,jV'Qgg3 tain for the season, and .l oe . Svohfef Was elected Cali' tain for the 1934 season. ONE OF STUTSMAN'S QUICK KICKS coNNEcTs Four leftefmin WIN return WITH A MOOR'S CHIN for next year s squad. -IO2- FOCDTBALL SNAPS Q. . .Q - X f - 1 ' V - 1 . f ' X f 5 ' A37 gwjb, .. g 4 f Adi A, '.'1.i. A 34" V 5' r ' ' W, '-Q . V- 1 Q 'W 5 ' J ' lJ.f 'f Y , 555i:,1- ' A , ,K LL.: L 1.1 f- ' ., fdibi? 'M Q : K m M f f '- 1-'rf' Lu ,Ja FF M -:.. me :H-',.:fT:f: ",,fW-- fri. ,:'- 1 ---- -'.. I 1- w, W- ,1 f ,::g,"'g,. my . 4 5 ---if - ' ,- 1 1':fz:Zf2ipv ,-, l - 'W' P -103- 19 TH E STYLUS 34 VARSITY FOOTBALL JOE SPOHRER-End Two Years Varsity Bos STONER-Fuzlbaik Four Years Varsity WARD ALBERT-Cerner Two Years Varsity STAN LOYOLA-Halfback One Year Varsity BUD KELLEY-End Two Years Varsity "ROSIE" ROSENBERG-Guard One Year Varsity LAWRENCE STUTSMAN- Quarterbark One Year Varsity "REGGIE" JONES-Guard, Halfbark One Year Varsity IO HE ST YLUS 34 - 105 LETTERMEN STEVE BRISTOL-Tackle One Year Varsity EARLE DAVIS-Quarterback One Year Varsity KAY TAYLOR-Hrzlfback One Year Varsity BILL MONTGOMERY-End One Year Varsity ORVILLE GOODMAN-Halfback One Year Varsity MILT GREENBLATT-Halfbark One Year Varsity CHANDLER LINDSEY-Manager RAY BELNAP-Tackle One Year Varsity OTHER LETTERMEN: KERMIT ECKLEBARGER-Mgr. LEONARD WALKER-Tackle I9 THE STYLUS 34 CLASS B FOOTBALL Emerging in a tie for first place from a season outstanding for its tie games, Coach Sperry's Bee Football team for 1933, or "Sperry's Scoreless Wonders" as the group came to be called, was the most successful light- weight aggregation to represent Glendale Hi in some years, despite the numerous draw contests. The first formal encounter, with South Pasadena, was the first to be played under the new lights. It was in this encounter that the firecrackers first displayed the power that eventually wound them up in first place. Featuring the end runs of Kenny Hyde and the off-tackle plunges of Art Stadler, the locals completely befuddled and conquered the Tigers to the tune of I5 to 0, much to the joy of some 1500 Glendale rooters in the stands. Practice games were very numerous during this year's season. Coach Sperry believed in giving his boys plenty of experience before the league season opened. The squad opened early with scrcimmages with Muir Tech and Franklin. Before the season had progressed very far, the first string had been chosen, and games began to fall their way. Huntington Park, however, set the Firecrackers back in an unofficial game in which they scored twice. Glendale engaged Belmont Hi in a practice encounter in which neither team was able to tally. However, first stringers were little used. Just before opening league play, the local outfit played Whittier in another draw contest. Before entering the league contests, Coach Sperry had picked about sixteen fellows who worked best in combination. These players are to be commended highly for their excellent showing. CLASS B FOOTBALL LETTERMEN Standing, lfft to right: Ted Andrews, Al Brookins, Jack Van Luven, Bill Ferry, Winton Webb, james Hubbard, Ed Hearn, Bill Wilber. Seated: Eugene Mink, managerg Kenny Hyde, Larry James, captain' lack VVells, Bill Goodrich, Art Stndler, james Patterson, Floyd Farrar, Coach George Sperry, -106- I9 THE STYLUS 34 CLASS B FOOTBALL The first league game was the next on the calendar. It was played with the Long Beach Jackrabbits on the local gridiron, and resulted in a sweeping victory for the locals, I3 to 0. Hyde scored both counters for Glendale, the second of which came after a sensational 81-yard run through the entire Bunny team. Pasadena and Alhambra tied the Blasters in sloppy, unexciting games. The Firecrackers came within the scoring zone innumerable times, but could not push the ball over. However, the lighties came out of the fog after these poor showings and trimmed the Santa Ana boys, I2 to 0, the following week. Both scores came as the result of lengthy runs, the first being scored by Ted Andrews after a trot of 65 yards, and the second by Captain Larry James for 40 yards. Hoover was the next foe, and this contest was another draw, no counting plays being made by either side. Numerous fumbles marked the contest, with the Nitros in another of their slumps. The play-off for the league championship was the final brawl in which Glendale engaged. This contest, played with Pasadena, was another "goose- egg" fracas, and the right to represent the league in the Southern California playoff Was given to the Pasadenians on the basis of more first downs. Pasadena won the Southern California Championship by trimming Santa Monica, 20 to o. Not only did the local eleven hold the Bullpups to two scoreless ties, but they outplayed them in the first encounter. Larry James was elected Captain of the team at the close of the season. Tap Row, left to right: Eugene hlinlc, Nlanagerg Walter Balderston, managerg Verner Hast, Tony Zuniga, ,lack Well:HerbBk Knyllml L 'Slo EIG F ltCh KII C B'lllh Bll lt' ., UI' 'KH 9 H ' ' y C, CWIS 3 In ll, A filveg, rfln ' HSE, Rf Al Oni, I K U HS, C3 V En 'lll5. ilffirldle Row: Harry Berger, manager: Clyde Cowlin, Clay Kelley. Art Stadler, Willard Little, Vincent Cleeves, Ted Andrews, Don Edmonds. Hnberto Madrid, Bud Grainger, Al Bronkins, james Hubbard. Smlvd: Bill Ferry, Johnny Rayburn, Bob Gilbert, Ed Hearn, Bob Grosll. ,lack Van Luven, Bill Berg, jim Perry, Tex Farrar, Bill Wilber, Dick Gusliman, Pat Patterson, Gene Stebbins. -IO7- I9 THE STYLUS 34 VARSITY BASKETBALL COAST LEAGUE CHAMPIONS O LETTERMEN O ALBERT BRISTOL MONTGOMERY TAYLOR QGuardj Cforzuardj LGIIHTIZ, Clforwardj HARRIS STUTSMAN SMITH YODER CCznterJ Cfluurdj CFo1wardj Ullanagzrj -108- 7 A I9 THE STYLUS 34 VARSITY BASKETBALL Glendale High School again stepped into the limelight in Southern Cali- fornia Basketball circles, when they ran off with the 1934 Coast League Championship. In previous years, such men as Foss, Nibley, and Johns helped to bring about Basketball Crowns. But this year matters were different. About fifteen fellows, none of which were outstanding, reported for practice in Januaryg and the season's outlook was pretty grim. After several weeks had passed, the team won a practice game now and then, and prospects began to brighten. Hoover, holders of the Southern California Championship, was the first opponent on the Blaster schedule. Malcolm Harris, Jack Taylor, Steve Bristol, Warcl Albert, and Lawrence Stutsman took the floor and played the entire fracas with but one substitution. Perfect team work exhibited the fact that Coach "Abe" Elliot had worked hard molding a good basketball quintet from average players. The tilt was very close, with Hoover keeping a small lead until the final quarter, when Harris, Bristol, and Taylor tied the score 23 to 23 as the gun sounded. An overtime period gave a 29 to 25 victory to the Dynamen-Glendale's fourth straight hoop victory over Hoover! Then the league season rolled around. Pasadena was the initial team on the schedule, and the same team, with Smith and Montgomery as chief substitutes, easily subdued the Bulldogs in both contests by scores of 30 to 18 and 36 to 14. Captain Harris and Taylor were outstanding. Santa Ana next encountered the powerful Dynamiters, and met with defeat in both battles, 21 to I3 and 24 to 15. After the Hrst two league games had been completed, the potential strength of the squad had been realized and championship hopes were in view. l S COACH CAPTAIN CAPTAIN-ELECT "ABE"ELL1OT MALCOLM HARRIS JACK TAYLOR -109- I9 THE STYLUS 34 VARSITY BASKETBALL A Competition became a little tougher when the Hilltoppers from San Diego visited Glendale. Both contests were exceedingly fast and close, and ended with scores of 36 to 32 and 23 to 21. In the first tilt, an overtime period was called in which Stutsman and Albert, guards, sank the Winning baskets. - The Dynamen met their only setback of the season with Alhambra. The opener was another overtime game in which Mal Harris, stellar center, sunk the Winning basket. The second tilt ended in a 25 to I4 victory for the Moors. Long Beach and Glendale were tied at this point for first place in the league, each having Won seven games and lost one. The opening game at the local court was termed by many as the greatest game ever played in prep basketball. Regulation play left the count at I7 to 17. At the end of the first overtime, the tilt was still deadlocked. Another was called, and a I9 to I9 tie still exsited. In the third overtime, the first squad to score, auto- matically won. Montgomery, replacing Taylor, who left on fouls, tossed in a difficult angle shot to win the battle. The second was just as exciting, with the Bombers coming from behind to win the Coast League Championship, I5 to 14. Malcolm Harris was elected captain of the team, and Jack Taylor was chosen as captain of the coming season. Because of graduation, the second string was used in the Southern Cali- fornia playoff. South Pasadena beat Glendale in the initial round. Everyone agreed that the entire success of the squad was attributable to Coach "Abe" Elliot. His team brought, not only the first Varsity Cham- pionship of the year, but Glendale's most successful hoop aggregation in many years. Standing, left to right: Ward Albert, Nlalcolm Harris, Milan Smith, Steve Bristol, Bill Montgomery. Sralzd: Scott MacDonald, Lawrence Stutsman, Jack Taylor, Bob Scholey, Henry Willey. -IIO- C19 THE STYLUS 34 CLASS B BASKETBALL Under the tutelage of Coach Gaines, the Glendale "B" Basketball team managed to grab third place in the Coast League. The team won five games and lost three, two of which were to the powerful Pasadena Bullpups, winners of the Championship. Hoover was on the calendar as pre-season foes. The Firecrackers traveled to the Northern city and grabbed a close but well-earned victory from the Whirlwinds by a score of 30 to 21 to retain the City Championship. Pasadena, the initial league opponent, took both contests from the local quintet. Glendale led the iirst one 23 to I3 at half-time, but let down con- siderably in the last half to lose 37 to 26. The second encounter was nip- and-tuck all the way with the Bullpups holding a slight lead during the entire fracas. Santa Ana was easily subdued by the fast Glendale B squad. The opener was won by the locals, 22 to 16, while the second affair ended in a 21 to 9 victory for Glendale. After drawing a bye in league competition, the Firecrackers tackled the Alhambra Moors and won both contests, 24 to I7 and 28 to IO Long Beach was the next opponent for the Bombers. Glendale won the opener on the home court by a close 26 to 2I margin. The second, however, was a different story. Glendale had a real "off-day" and lost the match by an 18 to I5 score. Larry James, who was elected captain of the squad, was one of the out- standing players of the season, as were Bland, Wells, Van Luven, Hubbard, and Oshier. Practically the entire squad will return next year. Top Row, Izft to right: Walter Tomlinson, manager, Ralph Stupp, Doug Howell, Windy Mulford, Bruce Oshier, Coach Gaines. Smted: Bill Berg, Bob Wilhelm, james Hubbard. Jack Van Luven, Larry james, Jack Wells, johnny Bland, Dick Grimes, Bill Wilber. - I l I - I9 THE STYLUS 34 VARSITY TRACK Coach Russ Cripe, producer of first-class Track squads, Sent his Coast League Championship tracksters up against the cream of Southern Cali- fornia's trackmen on May 19, and secured a fifth place in Southern Cali- fornia standings. Before the meet, the Nitros were the favorites to win, but because of the unusually stiff competition, they did not live up to expecta- tions. Jefferson Won the meet, while Manual Arts, Muir Tech, and Hoover followed. Fullerton, another favorite, and El Centro tied with the local aggregation. Delos Thurber won the high jump at 6 ft. 5 7f1 6 in., while Steve Taggart placed third in the broad jump with a leap of 22 ft. roy, in. Hampton Hagood placed fourth in the low hurdles when Kirkpatrick tied the Southern California record in 23.85. Hagood ran the race in 24.4s. Competition for the Varisty squad began on February 17, when the local outfit travelled to San Bernardino and entered the Orange Show Relay Carnival. Amassing a total of thirty-eight points, Glendale scored more than twice as many digits as its nearest competitor, to win the event for the third consecutive time. Delos Thurber broke the Carnival high jump record with a leap of 6 ft, 42 in. The Blasters won four relays and placed Taggart, Goodrich, Skin- ner, and Butler in other events. ' It was on the third day of March that the local tracksters entered the A.A.U. Relays and were thrown into the limelight when Thurber, who was competing in the college class, high jumped to the unbelievable height of 6 ft. 6 in. Three Relay teams won two first and one fourth place. As a final practise encounter, the Nitros tackled the Lincoln Bengals, and won, 8 I to 22. Glendale won eleven first places. 'l-Dave Skinner, winning the discus throw from Pasadena with a heave of 116 ft. 9 in. This is one of Skinner's lowest marks. 2-Thurber, Schwartz of Pasadena, and Chase shown going over the last hurdle. Chase won first. Schwartz second, and Thurber third. 3-Taggart winning his event in the Long Beach meet with a jump of zz ft. 9 in. 4-Thurber, who placed first in the high jump in every meet, is shown jumping at 6 ft. 2 in. I 5-Taggart winning the roo yard dash from Callier of Pasadena. Goodrich placed third. 6-Eisman of Long Beach noses out Chase in the low hurdles. Hagood won hrst by ten yards. -112- I9 THE STYLUS 34 VARSITY TRACK Long Beach was the first league opponent. Steve Taggart garnered fifteen points for the Blasters by winning both dashes and the broad jump. The latter event was a leap of 22 ft. 9 in. Hampton Hagood turned in the excep- tionally fine time of 25 seconds in the low hurdles. The locals won all three places in the 220 and 440 yard dashes. Glendale easily subdued the Beach City by a score of 72yg to 4056. In the Pasadena meet, an impressive 84 2-3 to 28 I-3 victory was turned in by the local sprinters. The feature of the day was Taggart's victory over Callier, Bulldog star, in the century. Again the local team grabbed eleven first places and a clean sweep in the low hurdles. Glendale next travelled to Santa Ana and repeated its previous perform- ance by overwhelmingly defeating the Saints, 84M to 282. Clean sweeps were scored-in the century, furlong, and the mile. Hagood and Taggart were double winners for the locals, the former winning the 100 and low hurdles, the latter taking the 220 and broad jump. Bill Coleman won the discus with a throw of 122 ft. 8 in. San Diego proved to be the toughest league opponent for the local squad, garnering a total of forty-five points to Glendale's sixty-eight. Taggart again won both dashes, the century in IO flat. Glendale won nine first places including a throw of 124 ft. 5 in. in the discus by Dave Skinner. The Dynamiters cinched the Coast League Dual Meet Championship by defeating the Alhambra Moors, 70 to 42, in the final league dual tussle. The Blasters grabbed eight first places and swept the 440 yard dash. Taggart ran the century in IO seconds and Goodrich jumped 22 ft. 3 in. 1 l 'I-Carr winning second place in the mile at the Hoover meet. 2-Webb winning the half mile at Hoover in am 4.28. 3-Taggart winning the loo yard dash from Thompson of Hoover in los. Wright was nosed out by Lockwood of Hoover for third. 4-jack Beardsley, winner of the Coast League Finals, vaulting at lift. 6in. 5-Glendale scores a clean sweep from Long Beach in the 210 yard dash. Taggart, first, Goodrich second: Edmonds, third. 6-Conn of Hoover beats Banowetz in the 440. Berg placed third. 1-Taggart winning the 220 in us from Thompson of Hoover. Wright placed third. I -113- I9 THE STYLUS 34 VARSITY TRACK Glendale received its sole setback of the season against Hoover. The meet was a close one all the way with the score going into the relay tied at 49M to 49yg. The Dynamen grabbed a substantial lead in this event, but the second man fell before he could pass the baton, and Hoover went on to win the event and the meet. Taggart won the IOO in IO seconds and the 220 in 22 seconds and took the broad jump with a leap of 22 ft. SM in. Thurber, Skinner, Hagood, and Webb also won first places. On May 5, the Coast League finals were held at Santa Ana, and Glendale easily won the fracas with a total of 54 points. Taggart won the 100 yard dash to keep his Coast League record undefeated. The Nitro trackmen also took a first place in the pole vault with Beardsley, a first place in the broad jump with Taggart, and a Hrst place with the relay team. Thurber set a new record by jumping 6ft. gkin. On May II, the Southern California preliminaries were held, and the local aggregation placed fifth with I9 points. Hoover won the tilt, Fullerton was second, San Diego was third with zo points, and Muir Tech placed fourth with IQM digits. Thurber "took it easy" and tied for first in the high jump at 6ft. 2in. Taggart surpassed all of his performances of the year by sailing out 23ft. 4in. in the broad jump to place third. Brookins placed fourth in the pole vault when he vaulted Izft. Hagood and Butler placed fourth in their events. Although the Stylus went to press before the California State Meet was held, Glendale, with Thurber, Taggart, and Hagood as representatives, was generally conceded an excellent chance to place "in the money." Top Row, left to fight: Louis Hansen, managerg Bob Broughton, manager: Ray Coleman, Bill Berg, Bob Kasemeyer, Ray Ide, Delos Thurber. Illiddle Row: Don manager: Merle Chase, Joe Morello, Bus Webb, Neil Huse, Leo Silver, "Rosie" Van Luven, Al Brookins, Herbert Fagan, Ted Andrews, Coach Russ Cripe. Seated Wilson, Bob Johnson, Johnny Banowetz, Fred Berg, Steve Taggart, Bill Goodrich, Carr, Bob Ramsey, Cliff Kipers, Jack Beardsley, Louis Salmon, Verne i - 1 X4 - I9 THE STYLUS 34 CLASS B TRACK Coach Russ Cripe, who again undertook the task of coaching the Class B squad, was fairly successful in producing a team that won second place in dual meet competition. With a large array of prospective tracksters reporting for practice, chances looked good for the squad. After many weeks of practice, they engaged in their first formal meet with Lincoln. The locals won easily by the score of 64 to 31. The outstanding performances were the broad jumps of Burke, Lannom, and Woolstencroftg all three jumping over twenty feet. Long Beach was the first league foe for the B Cinder artists. The meet was very close, and entering the relay, the score was almost tied. But the Long Beach relay team nosed out the Blasters to win the meet. Glendale next met Pasadena in the only other dual meet of the season. The local aggregation won by the decisive score of 74 to 30. The Blasters showed their strength in the field events by sweeping the high jump, broad jump, and pole vault. Glendale also took first places in the 1320, low hurdles, high hurdles, shot put and the relay. Hoover caught Glendale on an "off-day," and won that meet by a 67 to 28 score. The squad won third place in the Coast League finals, being nosed out for second by Pasadena. Santa Ana, Alhambra, and San Diego followed in the order mentioned. Frank Chase won second in the 220 and fourth in the century. Frank Carr placed second in the 1320, while Shaver and Zebal won second and third in the high hurdles. Burke won fourth place in the shot put and broad jump, and La Com took a third in the low hurdles. Top Row, left to fight: Don Cole, Bill Floyd, Bill Wilber, George McRae, Fred Albright, Kenny Punch, Ray Edwards, Sylvester La Chasse. Middlr Raw: Howard Miller, Bill jones, Frank Chase, Ben Woolstencroft, Herbert ' ' ' blhyChR C'p9rdHll Burke, Bud Grainger, Bill Beardsley, Harold Phelps, Walter Pen er , csc uss fl e. tm: .' aroc Stauffer, Bill Goodwin, Robert Cluggage, jim Negley, Stan Seigler, George Gardner, Pat Zebul, Allen Lannom, George Shaver, Art Cruicksliank, Karl La Com. -II-5- I9 THE STYLUS 34 BASEBALL Glendale High School again produced a very successful Baseball team. Under the supervision of Coach "Stubby" Sperry, the local horsehiders won a well-earned second place in the Coast League. Numerous practise contests were played before and during the league season. Muir Tech was played five times, and Lincoln was on the schedule several times. Besides the various other teams that offered practise for the locals an Alumni team encountered the Nitros in an informal contest. Glendale entered the Pomona Baseball Tournament, in which about thirty other schools were entered, and reached the semi-finals. Playing two games in one day proved to be too much for the Dynamen, and they lost the second to San Diego. San Diego was by far the favorite to win the Coast League Crown, but in the opening round of league play, the Long Beach Jackrabbits tripped the Hillers by a score of 4 to 3. On the same day Glendale won its initial game from Santa Ana by a score of 8 to 9. This game proved to be closer than was expected. Entering the ninth inning, the locals had a substantial 9 to 5 lead, but a three run rally almost tied the score. Jack Taylor stepped into the box and finished the game without any further scoring. San Diego visited Glendale the following week and received a severe trouncing. They were the overwhelming favorites, but the steady pitching of Colvin Smith and the excellent playing of the team as a whole gave a 5 to 4 victory to Glendale. Captain Tony Zuniga led hitting honors with three hits out of four trips to the plate. Dillinger, substitute second base- 1-Santa Ana's pitcher safe at first when Hyde missed a low one. 2-Taylor drives in a run against the Saints with his single. 3-Sperry, Zuniga, and Smith rejoice after beating the Hillers, 5 to 4. 4-Colvin Smith sees one through! Sfzuniga drives in two runs against Santa Ana. 5-Captain Tony Zuniga waiting at the plate to put out a Hoover man. The ball is in front of his milt. -116- I9 THE STYLUS 34 BASEBALL man, hit a double and scored the winning run when Hyde singled. The locals knocked out twelve hits to their opponents seven. Long Beach was the next rival for the Bombers. The Glendale squad had a real "off-day," and lost the game by an 8 to 0 score. Pasadena was the next victim for the Dynamiters, and they, too, were defeated, 7 to 2. The Millionaires started the scoring in the first inning, when they collected their only two runs of the game. Kelley, Nitro left- fielder, started the scoring for Glendale in the fifth with a home run. Smith's excellent pitching again allowed but a few scattered hits. Alhambra was the final league foe for the local outfit. First class pitching by Smith and great team work accounted for a 9 to 6 victory. Several errors were present, but the Blasters had the game in hand for the greater portion of the contest. Because Hoover would not agree to play on the Golden State diamond, the only other available place, a pasture, was used for the annual fracas. It was Hoover's home Held and proved to be a great disadvantage to Glen- dale. The ground was soft, and the local outfit could not handle itself properly. Colvin Smith pitched the entire game, allowing very few hits, and retiring thirteen men. As the Blasters entered the eighth inning, they had a substantial 7 to 5 lead, but several errors on handling grounders gave Hoover five runs and a IO to 7 victory. The Blasters started off the ninth inning with two hits, but they were not able to bring them in. Coach Sperry is to be commended for producing such a successful team from comparatively green material. Slanding. lc!! ta right: Coach George Sperry, Bob jenkins, jewel! Elliott, Elmer Hyde, Jack Thompson, Melvin Thompson, Newell Whittier, Kenny Kier, jay Conley, Miltorx Greenblatt, Charles Haney, Kenneth Horner, Harry Powers. Sfntzd: "Tex" Farrar, Walter Adams, Bob Dillinger, Harold Butcher, Captain Tony Zuniga, Kenny Hyde, Clay Kelley, Colvin Smith, Ralph Rudy. On ground: Louis Cummaro, manager, Elden Lorenze joe Spohrer, .lack Taylor, Huberto Madrid, Ed Karlow, manager. -II7- I9 THE STYLUS 34 TENNIS Too much credit cannot be given Coach Frank Gulick for his excellent coaching and management of Glendale's 1934 Coast League Championship Tennis Team. Mr. Gulick volunteered his services as coach of the tennis squad early in the school year, and his efforts were a main factor in the winning of the League Crown. The squad was very deserving of letters and gold tennis rackets, a concession which has not been made to Glenda1e's tennis squads during the past few years. Several schools were on the practice schedule. Fairfax, one of Southern California's finest squads, was tied by the local outfit. John Marshall High School was taken down by the Blasters to the tune of 1 I to 0. Glendale Junior College offered little competition for the powerful Nitros when they were defeated 8 to 3. The first League match played by the team this year was against Santa Ana. Santa Ana, being the weakest team in the entire circuit was what might be called a push-overg the Nitros winning the meet with a score of IO points to 1. San Diego was the next stepping stone, but it proved to be a pretty rough one at that. In the first stages of the encounter, it appeared very much as if the hopes of Glendale would be broken. The Dons were leading 4 to 2 and were winning second doubles, which would have been enough to defeat the Dynamiters. Through some trick of fate, however, the second doubles team managed to pull the match out in three sets and consequently save the day. Ackerman, Reddy, Alexander, and Leonetti and Barker were also winners for Glendale. I-Maynard Ackerman, first singles ace, shown in the Alhambra match. 2--Barker and Leonetti, Glendale first doubles team, playing their opponents from Santa Ana. 3-Ackerman serves! 4-Burland completes a backhand shot against San Diego. 5-Eshom, second singlesjuihowgi ip his march with San Diego. 6-Keller returns to am ra. -118- I9 THE STYLUS 34 TENNIS Long Beach proved fairly easy prey to the steady stroking Nitro netters, the latter winning the fracas 8 to 3. The only matches lost by the Glendale group were second singles and third doubles. Pasadena likewise went down before the onslaught of TNT, Winning only two matches which were fourth and fifth singles. This meant a win of 9 to 2 in favor of the Dynamiters. The first singles match went to Ackerman of Glendale to the tune of 6-I, 6-0. Barker and Leonetti won their first doubles engagement 6-0, 6-0. The two matches lost by Glendale were very close, three-set encounters. Alhambra, suffering an 8 to 3 defeat, was another victim of the powerful Glendale aggregation. This match decided the League Championship, and was won only after some remarkable tennis exhibitions. Leonetti and Barker defeated the hitherto invincible combination of Johnston and Andrews, 6-2, 6-4. Maynard Ackerman easily won his first singles encounter, as did Burland and Keller in their second doubles match. La Rowe and Andrews dropped third doubles only after an exceptionally close score of 8-IO, 6-3, 7-5. Because Hoover had but an eight man team, the locals agreed to play that match according to Hoover's method of scoring, that is, with a total of twenty-five points. For the first time in three years, Glendale won its match from the Northern school by the score of I9 to 6. First doubles was by far the most outstanding match of the day, Barker and Leonetti winning by the close score of 1 1-9, 6-4. Bob Leonetti duplicated his performance in the Alhambra encounter by finishing the match with a service ace. Smmling, left to righl: Conch Frank Gulick, Paul Eckley, student coach: Bob Naregnn, managerg Ed Graves, Bob Leonetti, Bill Andrews, Don Thompson, lklax Burland, Sam Keller. Sfntrzl: Maiyn:ird Ackerman, Bill Crickard, Shirl Alexander, Bob Barker, jack Reddy, Dun Burgoyne, Frank Eshom, Hollis Ln Rowe. On Grouml: Ted Schroder, mascot. -I1Q- 19 THE STYLUS 34 CROSS-COUNTRY Literally running rings around the competition, Glendale High's far- renowned cross-country team came to the fore to smother eight other schools and walk off with the Southern California High School Championship this season at the University of California at Los Angeles. ' Captain Don Haskell, distance demon of the local outfit, ran a killing race to finish sixth. Glendale also placed Arnold Larson, seventh, Frank Carr, ninthg Elliott Horton, eleventh, and Vern MacArthur, fourteenth. Norman Yeckley and Herbert Fagan also competed under the Dynamiter colors, but both failed to place. The Blasters won the meet with forty-seven digits, while Garfield placed second with sixty-three, and Whittier third with eighty-two. In the Coast League playoff, Glendale easily took second place with a total of forty-six points. San Diego Won the meet, taking second, third, fourth, sixth, and seventh. Glendale placed Captain Don Haskell fifth, Horton eighth, Fagan tenth, MacArthur eleventh, Larson twelfth, Yeckley fourteenth, Liggett twentieth, and Rice twenty-third. Glendale's Cross-Countrymen were very successful in their dual contests also. Other meets in which the Dynamen participated were with Roosevelt, Lincoln, Garfield, and South Pasadena. Because several of the members were unable to attend the Hoover meet, the local outfit dropped that tilt by a very close score. Thus the Bomber Bunioneers completed another successful season-a period punctuated by victory, and yet studded by defeat-a season that found the Blasters fighting every inch of the way to a brilliant finish. Tap Row, Izft lo right: Coach Russ Cripe, Fred Liggett, Verne MacArthur, Bob Broughton, manager: Allen Eisenhauer, manager. Seatrd: Tom Rice. Elliott Horton, Captain Don Haskell, Arnold Larson, Jack Case. Other lllzfnbzrn' Norman Yeckley, Frank Carr, Herbert Fagan. - 120' l9 THE STYLUS 34 GOLF Under the direction of Coach Roy Jellison, Glendale produced another successful Golf squad. With Frank Hardison, former Los Angeles County "under 18" champion, as their leader, the members of the squad were able to win six out of the seven dual matches of the year and to place second in the Coast League standings. , Glendale's initial opponent was Muir Tech, and the team showed its strength by downing its first rival by a score of 5 to 0. Hardison, Fellingham, Gilbert, Perry, and Lindsey were the winners. Glendale Junior College offered a little more competition when they met defeat to the tune of 4 to I. Hardison easily won the first position by the score of 4 up and 3 to play. The Blasters nosed out South Pasadena and Alhambra by the score of 3 to 2. A return match with the Moors resulted in a 4 to I victory for the Dynamen. Perry and Gilbert won in both encounters. The local outfit lost its only game to Long Beach, Coast League Cham- pions, by a 3M to 1 M score. Although Frank Hardison shot a 75, he was defeated by his Beach opponent. Hoover lost to the Blaster squad in the annual cross-city contest, 3 to 2. Hardison easily won with his brilliant 73, while Fellingham and Lindsey were the other victors. In the Coast League finals, Long Beach Won with 833 digits, While Glendale placed second with 849 points. The players could not handle themselves properly on the Santa Ana course, and the result was disastrous to the individual scores. Hardison shot 78 and S43 Fellingham, 89 and 843 Gilbert, 85 and 853 Kier, S4 and 823 Lindsey, QI and 87. Smmling, lift lo right: LeRoy Nlarsh, Coach Roy Jellison, Warren Fellingham, Frank Hardison. Smtnl: jim Perry, Bob Gilbert, jack johnson, ,lack Ridley. Othfr nren111.rrr.' Bob Lindsey, Kenny Kier, manager. -I2I- 19 THE STYLUS 3? iifut f"'Nv-.4 I"-The Glendale line awaits tlie Nlom' offeilse. 2fSluner and Bristol of the lflynzlmiters pu zifler Oliver Day Ol llic llilltuppers. 37Tzzylur slides into third after knouking out a triple against llmwver. 4 fSilver vnulting ut ltft. 5-Barker :and Lconclli fun this side of netl, after winning fmm -lolinstnn und Andrews uf Allizlnilnm. 6fGlendzxle's battery-Cziptclin Tony Zunipzzi :md Colvin Smith. 7'-Thurber winning second in the liiylt hurdles zlgilinst Hoover, Chase lust third by inrltes. B' -Skinner wins the shut put from Honver. 9--Annlher "put-out" by Hyde ut first base. 10fStoner breaks away from the Cnvemen. 'l'lfSzin Diegmfs man out ut Hrstl - 122- 19 THE STYLUS 34 S N A P 5 --- f -A-f.--f--1 ,V Wsvy I ' h ff K K I-'Zuniga pounds out n double nguinst the powerful Sun Diego nine. 24Tztylur starts through t forward wall. 3fLorenzen scores znpzziinst Hoover after hitting a three-hapxuer.. 4-Silver vaulting easily suhdues the Sun Diego first man! Gflfnother clean sweep for Glendale in the 440 yard Berg. second: Kipers, third. 'IA-llquzood running' in first place to win his event from Hoover. discus from Alliamhratl 94Fr:1nk Chase running in second place in the Class B loo yard dash at Schmidt of lloover looks worried as Glendale tstllies. -I23- Zc. "Wa 'ET' f , . N v l . " 'VJ ir A -I I if I A 4 1 1 ', bt. l 'lu . f K' 'Qfn A 'ni ' 47. . ,Qi'l5'ff" U ' 1 e v f " '5 4 1 .5 ' , 1 i.-- ' we , ' -,nt -r'-P '- Q 'f ,J H , ' " - 'QL ' A L".-2: ' l, ill' aw it , l he powerful Sun Diego :lt Illt. 5-f-Aclnerlnzln dash! Bnnowelz. first: 8-Skinner wins the 1 Hoover. 10--Catclnzr I9 THE STYLUS 34 C.A.A. EXECUTIVE BOARD DOROTHY SHOMLER - MARY BUELL - - ELEANOR CLAUSEN - BETTY MONTGOMERY - DORIS ANSPACH - - ELLEN TRONSIER - ROMAYNE STEWART - BETTY CA JACOB - FRANCES BAKER - LILLIAN ORMESHER - YSABEL MOMSEN - THELMA DOBBINS - RUTH LOCKWOOD - MILDRED FRASHER - MARTHA HITCI-ICOCK IRENE STORER - - - - - President - - - Vice-President - Secretary - - - Treasurer - - - PresidentGClub - President Hiking Club President Leaders Club President Tennis Club - Program Chairman - - - Song Leader - - - Publicity Chairman - Friendship Chairman - Sport Managers - - Sport Managers - - Sport llflanagers - - -Pianist - - I l First Semester ROMAYNE STEWART - MARTHA HITCHCOCK LEADERS CLUB - President - - Vice-President - - - Secretary-Treasurer - - 124- BETTY MONTGOMERY VIRGINIA POMEROY ROMAYNE STEWART - - -JANE CALVERT MARIE LAHFDANY THELMA DOBBINS - YSABEL MOMSEN TI-IELMA DOBBINS - - BETTY KINZER - VELMA RAMEY - - MARIE EMMAL - DOROTHY LADD - - NADINE HOWETH MARTHA HITCHCOCK - - BETTY STEIGLITZ - - - IRENE STORER Second Semester - YSABEL NIOMSEN - BARBARA HALE - FRANCES JAMES I9 TH E STYLUS 34 Fin! Semester BERNICE EDLEI-'TON JEAN GRAY LORRAINE GEISSE MARTHA HITCHCOCR BETTY KINZER INEZ LYON RUTH LOCKWOOD MARIE LAFHDANY SECRETARIES DOROTHY MARTIN VIRGINIA POMEROY DELL Ross JANICE WRIGHT BETTY WELCH ROMAYNE STEWART HELEN CRAVEN Sera nd Semcnrter RUTH ADDISON MARGARET ANDERSON JANE BURTON MARIALICE BICHEI, THELMA DOBBINS MARIE EMMAL BARBARA HALE ELEANOR HALE FRANCES JAMES BETTY KAESEMYER YSABEL MOMSEN MURIEL NEWTON HELEN PHELPS BETTY STEIGLITZ DOROTHY SHOMLER MARY WAGNER BETTY WELCH TENNIS CLUB BETTY CA JACOB - - - President - - - 'FHELMA DOBBINS TH ELMA DOBBINS - Vice-President - YSABEL MOMSEN HELEN PHELPS ----- - Secretary - - - ELEANOR CLAUSEN Firxt Semester FRANCES ABBOTT EDLEEN ALLEN MARGARET BURT ELOISE ALLEN LUANA ALLEN BETTY CA JACOB LOUISE COOPER ROMONA DE BEAN THELMA DOBBINS THERESA HELFEND JEAN HOWARD SUZAN GORDON KATHl,EEN KOCHER ALICE MADRID BETTY MONTGOMERY LUCILLE MURPHY YSABEL MOMSEN JANE PARDON VIRGINIA POMEROY HELEN PHELPS ELIZABETH ROBERTS LOUISE SAUER DOROTHY SHOMLER SHARLE CARPENTER BARBARA YERBY Second Srlnrxtrr GRETCHEN ANTHES OPAL ANDERBURG JEANETTE CLARK FRANCES CLARK ELEANOR CLAUSEN HELEN CRAVEN MARJORIE CUMMINGS HARRIET EBLE RUTH LALLY YNEZ LYON ELEANOR POVVELI. BETTY SI-IIELDS -I25- FRANCES JAMES SHIRLEY RICHTER ROMAYNE STEWART MAYLA SANDBECK ELEANOR WEI.CH JUNE WELCH YSABEL MOMSEN BETTY KINZER HELEN VESELICH EVELYN NELSON PAULINE JENCKS 19 T H E S T Y L U S 34 GRACE BAKER JEAN BARNES BETTY BAUMGARTEN IRENE ANDERSON MARIALICE BICHEL FANCHON BROWN JANE CALVERT DORIS ANSPACH FRANCES BAKER MARIE BERENDSOHN MARIE EMMAL BAASICE'TBIAI.L Sophomore: PHYLLIS COE BARBARA HALE FLOY ELDER MARTHA HITCHCOCK VIRGINIA GRAHAM RUTH LALLY Junior: FRANCES CHILDERS VIRGINIA GODWIN RAMONA DE BEAN NADINE HOWETH CAROLA GAGE BARBARA Fox ELEANOR HALE HOPE HARPER GWEN HARPER VIVIAN JACKSON Seniors VIRGINIA HURD HAZEI. JAMES BETTY KINZER RUTH LOCKVVOOD MARY READ BETTY STEIGLETZ MARY WAGNER JANICE WRIGHT BETTY FAYE JONES JACQUELINE LAMER MARGARET MCEVOY JESSIE STONIER BABBETTE MARKS VELMA RAMEY ROMAYNE STEWART GRACE BAKER HELEN DICKSON FLOY ELDER IRENE ANDERSON FANCHON BROWN JANE CALVERT FRANCES CHILDERS BETTY CLEMERT DORIS ANSPACH FRANCES BAKER MARIE BERENDSOHN MARIE EMMAL MIIIDRED FRASHER SI'EEIDBIAI.L Sophomore: IRMALAINE HAINES LOIS NIXON BARBARA HALE DOLORES RICH MARTHA HITCHCOCK BETTY STEIGLETZ Juniorf MAE RAE DE LONG MARIE LAHFDANY CAROLA GAGE VIRGINIA GODW'lN DOROTHY LADD HELEN GILLAN DOROTHY HARRIS VIRGINIA HURD MARY RUSSELL HAZEL JAMES JACQUELINE LAMER LUCILLE MARRY MARGARET MCEVOY Seniors BETTY KINZER LUCY KORIJICK RUTH LOCKWOOD BLANCHE OyNElLL LILLIAN ORMISHER -I26- CAROLYN THURBER MARY WAGNER CLAIRE MERHOFF MARY READ JACOUEI.INE SHAW NADINE HOWETH RUTH PATTERSON VELMA RAMEY ROMAYNE STEWART ELLEN TRONSIER 19 THE STYLUS 34 DORIS ANSPACH FRANCES BAKER JEAN BARNES GRACE BAIIER JANE CALBERT SHIRLEY ANN CGLE FLOY ELIJER MARIE EMMAL CARoLA GAGE VIRGINIA GODWIN HOCKEY LA VERNE GURNEE MARTHA GLENN BARBARA HALE ELEANOR HALE VIRGINIA HURELL HELEN JONES JACQUELINE LAMER MARIE JAHEIIANY DoRoTHY LAUD' RUTH LOCKVVOOD HELEN LADD HELEN LIBBY RUTH LALEY MARTHA HITCHCOCR CLAIRE MERHOFF RUTH NICHOLSON MARY KAY READ VELMA RAMEY MAY STARKEY BETTY STEIGITZ FRANCES VAUGHAN RGEERTA WARREM BETTY WELCH DoT FoLERE HELEN GILLAN MARGARET MCEVOY NADINE HOWETH 'FHELMA WILSON ELAINE CUNNINGHAM FLOY ELDER IRMALINE HAINES MARGARET ANDERBERG IRENE ANDERSON FANCHON BROWN JANE CALVERT FRANCES BAKER MARIE BERENDSOHN MARY BUELL MARIE EMMAL MILDRED FRASHER V 0 L L E Y B A L L Sophomarz: BARBARA HALE LOIS N IXON RDEERTA HIGGINBOTHAM DOLORES RICH MARTHA HITCHCOCK HELEN SHIPLEY MARY CLOUGH CAROLA GAGE VIRGINIA GODWIN DOROTHY LADD ELEANOR HALE GWEN HOPKINS VIRGINIA HURD HAZEL JAIvIEs LUCILLE KGRIJICK Juniors MARIE LAHFDANY JACQUELINE LAMER MAE RAE DE LoNG MARGARET MCEVGY Seniors RUTH Locxwoon GLORIA MENCKE BLANCHE O'NElLI. LILLIAN ORMISHEFL RUTH PATTERSON 4127- BETTY STEIGLETZ MARY WAGNER RUTH VoN BLOCHER CLAIRE MERHOFF JACQUELINE SHAW CLAIRE STOCKWELL MARILYN THOMPSON VELMA RAMEY GERALDINE SHEPPARD ROMAYNE STEWART FRANCES VAUGHAN HELEN WALTON . S Q H E F r H U M O R .Jw W W. W .- Wn' W' 'W 'LW . rrp, 3 r '.' Wwe W .W,, ll fv' fy'- Wrgl . i J:-W. i- W 1 :IW W,L 4- W A: '1 J..1:,1- W, Y ,, r ' ,Jr 'ff WA, . V W W . .W 4' W-. W W W 19 WW. WW..: W5 1, W W -f 'I ., ' W 'HW 'H .-sW W UN W W W W I ill WW 'W W :W W W W . 'WW.-. , . J'- NN. .W,-. W " ,y'f.-ui' 51 W 'WTYQW . 5 - J IW" " -inf' G ' . ' V W , A . lr. K ...NW WW- W ,'fW I . WWQH I 'DW W W '31-,.,gZf.5' . ' W, , W , . WW W , - , F W Q R 1 " Lili, ,. .' FVJWSW ' ' I fi' ' W- n ' - : W WW 'I' ivjgim 4 r- J. 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Don Dewar: An inebriate once came home and turned on the hot water to take a bath and he would have been scalded to death only I was janitor and there wasn't any hot water. ' as Ed Hern: How did you come to marry a girl you didn't particularly care for? Ted Robinson fglaringlyj : I at- tribute it to the fact that she wanted me worse than I didn't want her. Bud Lewis: Say, Uncle, when are you going to play football again? Rich Uncle: Why, I don't play football. What makes you ask that question? j Buddy: Well, Pop says that when you kick oil we're going to get a brand new automobile and a house. r : 'ff-'ff-:-----A-A-f-f-ff----'ff'-f-------v-f-2 -am, Ki- , GLENDALES original if I I 1, Ballroom Dancing School, catering principally to young people, where re- finement and home atmos- ji phere prevail, and correct if Eg instruction is followed by sincere effort. I I I I Ii I, 1, I' ll 1. i I I j. I I I 1 I I I I I Ula, fi- I Bmnoon N TAP DANCING Q 134W North Maryland I Douglas 791 't A-AaAAA-:::A:a a A--:::-+ 2 -13O- I9 THE STYLUS 34 -1915, su- . V , ef mn-Q9 1 t G.. f BATTLIN HARWOOD SISSIEE ALLMATCH You BABES XA Wi F .sf , A, 5 M UNIQUE ? mu, - .Mu Q BIQSHOT I P1.ATomc DANzELsJn. Nomme -i I9 THE STYLUS 34 I32 'QW 'X ff A ,X ATHLETIC GOODS SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN SPORT AND ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT FROM OUR LARGE STOCK VVVVVY VT SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS FOR SCHOOL NEEDS VTVTVV 77' GOLF CLUBS TENNIS RACKETS BASEBALL AND FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT GUNS, AMMUNITION 777777 77' WE RE-STRING TENNIS RACKETS PROMPT SERVICE AND WORK THAT WILL PLEASE YOU vvvvvv VV' GLENDALE AGENTS FOR SPALDING AND OTHER POPULAR MAKES VTVVVV V7 COIQNWELL 84 KELTY HARDWARE -- SPORTING GOODS II5 SOUTH BRAND PHONE DOUGLAS 404 ,-,., A x. F A - l9 TH E STYLUS 34 in """"' ' ' ' ' ' 'A' 'A"' ' " 'A""""""""""""' ' "" """"' "W, PATRONIZE A FORMER STUDENT l6kf6.i FANCY ICE CREAMS LOCATED AT BROADWAY AND CENTRAL DON DENMAN, OWNER ,,,,-.,A---.--,--,,,Af' x, - - ffffAfAAA A----- - -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-f.-.1-.-L-:ff- ffffffff -ffffffffff f - - f EEEWW '-"'-"""""E'E e e 'N STYLE HEADQUARTERS Where Young Men l Buy Their Clothes SS ED. NIS L E 5 ll7 soufh Brand Doctor fexamining life insurance prospectj : Do you ever talk in your sleep ? Mr. Adams: No, but I often talk in other people's sleep. Doctor: But how can that be? Mr. Adams: I'm a high school teacher. .J """""""' " 'X Bill Crippen: You ilappers don't know what needles are for. Peggy Norris : Well, I do. They're for the phonograph. als Hails: Well, after his behavior yesterday, I'll never go fishing with him again as long as I live. Brownie: Heavens, what did he do? I-Iails: Oh, he just fishedl Pk Shem: We have a pair of every- thing on board, haven't we? Nash: Yes, we have. Shem: Well, I hope you're right. I can't find my swimming-pants any- where. 4 Phone TRinity 6668 EASTERN WHOLESALE GROCERV CO. Wholesale Grocers if 306-sos North Los Angeles sf. Los Angeles, Calif. 1 s llllr,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,, f ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A X, .,...,,,.,v. -I 34' I9 THE STYLUS 34 FRONT- LEFT TO RIGHT' DICK MONTGOMERY JOHN MCCURDY FRANK CARR, NGQNXAN BACK- WEILEY ASHTON, CHUEGHILL, BILL I-IARWOOD, THURBEI2' JANE ANDIID BIZ MARGAIQET VIRGINIA BOB CHAIE I-IENDERION YODEP MARILYN JAQK THOMDJON, MYEIEICOUGII Gf BILL.GI2IMfTEAD THELINDIEW I-IAIZDIET GDEENLIQE GEORGE IHAVEQ MAIf2TEfHE12woon I BETTYBEQG1 - 135- I9 THE STYLUS 34 an "!"if MM.. " gpg 5 K 1 ",f1LlIE'.1YS .JJIIONG FRIENDS" YOU SHOULD FIND IN EVERY CITY AND COMMUNITY A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS MEMBER BY INVITATION ONE WHO IS PLEDCED TO RENDER THE BEST MERCHANDISE AND THE BEST SERVICE AT MODERATE PRICES 9.556239 L. G. SCQVEIQN Co. IVIORTICIANS 828 SOUTH BRAND BOULEVARD DougIas I43-CApitoI 8842 CLENDALE, CALIF LOCAL MEMBER BY INVITATION L Y ,,,, f' - 137- I9 THE STYLUS 34 HA'HAf - TBQOKE 'gm' "Nr M K X W f Xrf 3. UZ!! CQWQ ZKM-XX IEEE!! ,K 5 7 lr' WX Sami? , W-My gf N W , 5 W X , 5 -M A 1 NO IAM NOT CLARK GABLE a v s 'n . 1 , a '. , - V x fy 1 5 Y, W 4 X Q Q0 jx! g WAS Asusev ?l??' e. LVD 1, f , i 8 M i I9 T H E s T Y L U S 34 GIANT MALTED MILK AL'Cff4j5ME5 ' IOC CIRCULATING LIBRARY TRIPLE-DECK CONES 5c DANISH MAID CONFECTIONERY II8 WEST BROADWAY Do. 9051 II I 7777 , UNUSUAL AND INEXPENSIVE GIFTS II ABEAUTIFUL LINEOFDISTINCTIVE AND UNUSUAL C-REETING CARDS II vvvv' ,I Q: 3I6V2 N. arena Blvd. Da. Is2z-w ft X,-.-.-.-.-.-L-.1-ff.-.-J--.-.-.-.-f.-.1-:L-L-.-L-.-:L-.-.A.:L-,-,-,H 'Lb --ff----- fA---fA---- - fA-A--- -fAf-- - 4 -4.-.f Tourist: About what is the popu- lation of this place? Native: About the post-oflice. PIC Madeline Corey Cto woman in milliner's shopj : I see by your ad- vertisement that you have just re- ceived two thousand hats from Paris. Woman: Yes, madam. Madeline Qtaking off her hatj: Good. I want to try them on. au' """""' oo""'T""o"""' ' "W I' I I' "A STEP AHEADI' I FOR I BOOKS, FINE STATIONERY I GENERAL SCHOOL SUPPLIES I ,f I I. -Ir- I awed rj . I '4 ef 1 I 7 jf' I ,II . E ' j I 1, BOOKS and OFFICE SUPPLIBSN 1 I 241 N. Brand Blvd. Doug. 4521 1 , . x., ,,,.,,, .....,.............,.... ,,,, , , 2 Waiter: Have you given your order? Customer: Yes, but please change it to an entreaty. PIC Chandler: That was a close call, old man. Don't you know you always ought to give a woman driver half the road? Bah: I always try to, as soon as I find out what half she wants. Pk Elva Mae Donahue: I don't know what the young man's inten- tions are, father. He's been keeping me pretty much in the dark. Pk Warren Fellingham: Well, cad- die, how do you like my game? Caddie: I suppose it's all right, but I still prefer golf. f ' ------'- '-efef -----------------e- A 7 ---f- 7 f -------'efe fe f----------- ----'x COMPLIMENTS OF I I I Glendale Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. U25 YEARS OF SERVICE QMQCQLRP V Phones: I Doug. I63O Bur. ZIZ CA. 8095 Sun. I597 Laurel l36O I L ...LLA ..... - ........... -- 2 - 139- 19 THE STYL fvv- -A---- AAA---A----- -...--......- - - P 1, 2 - -f- -- f------------f--- --------- x Compliments of SATISFACTIQN I I WEBBIS THAT, ABOVE ANYTHING IE I ELSE, IS WHAT YOU DE- MEN S SHOP SIRE FROM YOUR NEXT 1 Nogh lzrand PAIR OF SHOES 1' at '03 Way A ,V Home of " 1 , OOOO CLOTHES S ATI S FA C T I 0 N 1 1 USES? CSPSIBO' THAT, ABOVE ANYTHING S -A-A--------- - A ------------- ------------H-- A - A-,-,--H-H f ELSE, IS WHAT WE SHALL f I S""A'A'A'A'A' ' "'A'A'S'A 'S'S"""""""T'T'TSTS"'S'S'S'S"TS 1 ALWAYS STRIVE TO GIVE MURPHY Fl-QRAL OUR CUSTOMERS, AS WE HAVE IN THE PAST 84 SEED CO' vv FLORISTS - SEEOSIVIEN NURSERVIVIEN W I N K L E IQ S ' WESLEY I. KUTZ, Prop. I SHOE STQRE 126 NORTH BRAND Phone Douglas 2501 421 N. Brand Blvd. Glendale, Calif fl 1' vvvvv,,,,v,,v,'wwwwwVwww,w-wwYvvwwY 2 140 US 34 19 T HE STYLUS 34 ' V X ' .4 I f I 4 fs W QW I . -A . ,... .X ff KF-MX 1,9 4 .S f N kg Sw f N 0 R 1 '-N. QQ, X 1 99 348' 6 Z " "' 1 -'E' -I-tl- I9 THE STYLUS 34 H T, r' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAYAYAYAAYAAAAAYAYYAAAYAAAAYAAAYAAAAAYAAAAAAAAAAAA 'X lp O 6 9 ll 1 . 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