Glendale High School - Stylus Yearbook (Glendale, CA)
- Class of 1937
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FOREWORD TO THE 1937 STYLUS
TLIOSE WHO STOP to realize the amount of work demanded in the publi-
cation of a book of this type, which, as near as possible, must suit the
wishes of the purchasers, are perhaps fewer in number than those who will
read this meager attempt at the writing of a foreword.
In making this book a tangible thing, the staff has tried to make it up-to-
date with as many modern publication improvements as the capital at
While it is a fact that the editor is the gainer of what prestige there is
in editing the year-book, it is even more true that the staff does a greater
portion of the work. Another who has done more than his share of work,
not to mention the worrying which is bound to accompany the formulation
of the book, is our faculty adviser, Mr. Lawrence M. Smith, a friend indeed
for a friend in need. He has done a great job in advising the editing of
both the Explosion and the Stylus, and should be lauded by all who have
so graciously helped in making this, 1937, Stylus' greatest year.
DAVID R. HowToN, Editor.
For her teaching ability as exemplified by the Work of her pupils, for
her ability as a master of stagecraft, for her excellent handling of all
events staged in our auditorium, for her artistic ability as a designer of
tableaux, and, finally, because her fine contribution has been so largely
behind the curtain rather than before it, the staff of the 1937 Stylus
dedicate their book to lVliss Esther Crandall.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
. . . . . The Administration
. . . The Classes
. The Activities
. . The Athletics
. . . The Organizations
. . The School Lile
David R. Howton - - - - Editor
Naomi Eshom - - Assistant Editor
Betty Lou Helmle -X - - Photographic Editor
Stanley Hoare N -X, 4.55 X! - - Stenographic Editor
Ray Haddock - Business Nlanager
Virginia McDonaldQy - - - Art Editor
Shirley Frampton Assistant Art Editor
Tom Gaston - Advertising Manager
Lorraine Tomasso - - Girls' Sports
Dorothy Van - Girls' Sports
Bob Murdock - - Boys' Sports
Chester Spangler - - Boys' Sports
Betty Carson - Clubs and Events
Barbara Smith - - Clubs and Events
Phyllis Frame - Clubs and Events
Guinn Smith - Snap Shot Editor
Mr. Laurence Smith - - Adviser
Miss Mary Beth Abbott ------. A rt Adviser
Art and Action Photography by lVlr. Frank Roshnell of Austin Studios
lndividual portraits by Austin Studios, Glendale
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RICHARDSON D. WHITE
I 874- I 937
Glendale Elementary Superintendent I9I3-I93l
Superintendent of Schools I93I-I937
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DR. NORMAN R. WHYTOCK
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MR. H. PARK ARNOLD
DR. GEORGE W. BLANCHE
MRS. ALICE E. ADAMSON
MR. MRRRITT P. KIMBALL
MR. CARL MATHIAS
MR. CLENCY HASBROUCK
T0 TH E GRADUATES
"Difficult or not, revolution-
ary or stable, unspealeably ugly
as it is in spots, unbearably un-
just as it often is, and with pain
not always to be avoided, this
world is a fantastically interest-
ing place, full of beauty, touched
with nobility, flashing with the
loueliest sights, trembling with
the loweliest sounds, dotted with
libraries full of wit, with art
galleries full of magic, ana' all
more available to you than ever
before, if only you have eyes to
see ana' ears to hear and a mina'
This quotation from a recent article addressed to graduates gives in a nutshell the
message that I would like to give to you, Summer Graduates of Glendale High.
The school cannot educate you, and, of course, no one is ever fully educated. But if
school has helped to make you good consumers so that you enjoy the really fine things
of life, and shun the shoddy, the cheap and the second-rate, you have a very good
foundation upon which to continue your further education.
Sometimes we are apt to shift responsibility from our shoulders on the plea that
we are just ordinary people, not very brilliant, and so life cannot expect much of us.
But as the author whom I have quoted above emphasizes, the kind of world We live
in is determined by what we, the majority, admire, cherish, and esteem. No matter
how great the music may be that the gifted compose, how fine the books that they may
write, or how noble the pictures they paint, they will have practically no effect on
civilization unless the great majority of us prize and cherish these creative masterpieces.
So my word to you, as you leave us, would be the hope that you will, in your lives
as consumers of the things of the world, show a discriminating appreciation of those
things which are line, and true, and so stimulate those who can create to give us of
GEORGE Morse, Principal
ETHEL HUME FLOOD MOYSE
Row 1. Miss Teed, Mrs. Crippen, Mrs. Corbett, Miss Mclfndree, Mrs.
Hudson, Miss Field, Mr. Rankin, Miss Ahl, Miss Gilson, Miss
Manetta, Mr. Montgomery, Mr. Adams, Mr. Kreider, Mr. L. M.
Row 2. Mrs. Lambert, Mrs. MacDonald, Miss Rigg, Miss Elam, Miss
Switzer, Mrs. Courtenaye, Miss H. Hairgrove, Mrs. Goldsmith, Miss
Poppy, Miss Monroe, Miss Underwood, Miss Murphy, Miss Spencer,
Miss Abbott, Miss Crandall, Mrs. Greene.
Row 3. Miss Lake, Miss Hall, Miss Leonard, Mr. Steele, Mr. Moyse,
Miss Freeman, Miss Soper, Miss Helmer, Mr. Wolfe, Mr. Thurber,
DEPARTMENT H EADS
Row 1. Miss Knight, Gym,
Mr. Brown, Science, Mr.
Smith, Shops, Mr. Tande,
Mathematics, Mr. Baker,
Commerce, Miss Abbott,
Row 2. Miss Gilson, Foreign
Language, Miss Hanson,
Home Economics, Miss
Soper, History, Miss Free-
man, English, Miss Ziegler,
Music, Miss Lake, Libra-
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Row I. Mr. Anderson, Mr. Grover, Mr. Stettler, Mr. Castelin, Mr.
Usilton, Mr. P. Brown, Mr. Rolfe, Mr. Kienholz, lWr. Nord, Mr.
Cripe, Mr. Sperry, Mr. M. N. Smith, Mr. Gosserand, Mr. Gaines,
Row 2. Mr. Gorman, Mr. Brunner, Mr. E. T. Brown, lNlr. Davis, Miss
Brees, Miss E. B. Green, Miss Clauson, Miss Spier, Miss Helen Hair-
grove, lVlrs. Moyse, Miss Ledyard, Mrs. Haig, Miss Knight, Mr.
Westover, Mr. Tande, Mr. Jellison.
R0 . Miss Woods, Miss Zeigler, Mrs. Parker, Miss McGregor, Miss
rnsworth, Mr. Baker, Mrs. Bowling, Miss H,aQson, Miss Cheney,
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Row 1. Alfa Caswell, 'Telephone op- , s.,f
eratorg Nfiss M. E. Smith, Book' .
Room, Nliss LaClercq and Miss Y
Carrington, Attendance Clerks. XY A
Row 2. Mr. Sihler, Registrar,
CABINET SEMESTER I
Douglas Clarke -
Ward Lundburg -
Phyllis Frame - 59
Norma Loyola -
Richard Marine -
Elaine Beckett -
Ethel Mae Dutton
Bob Frank -
Rex Badley - -
Marye Louise Johnson
Charles Glazer -
Roy Adamson -
Frank Clark - -
- - - President
- - Vice President
- Secretary of Assemblies
- Secretary of State
- Secretary of Finance
- Secretary of Publicity
- Secretary of Debate
Chairman of Student Council
Chairman Board of Control
Secretary Girls' Athletics
Secretary Boys' Athletics
President Girls' League
President Boys' League
- President Senior Class
President Sophomore Class
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CABINET SEMESTER II My
Grover Gauntt -
Naomi Eshom -
Mary Jo Armour
Aloha Bennett -
David Dekker -
Eugene Stern -
Meredith Peters - -
Harold French -
Barbara Lee Hawley
Frank Alberts -
Bob Clark - -
Frank Clark - -
Margaret Ann Davey
- - - - President
- - Vice President
- Secretary of Assemblies
- Secretary of State
- Secretary of Finance
- Secretary of Publicity
- Secretary of Debate
Chairman of Student Council
Chairman Board of Control
Secretary Girls' Athletics
Secretary Boys' Athletics
- r President Girls, League
- President Boys' League
- President Senior Class
- President Junior Class
President Sophomore Class
First Semester. Ethel May Dutton, Chairman, Betty Green, Secretary,
Bill McLain, Grover Gauntt, Tom Gaston.
Second Semester. Rosemary Bowan, Chairmang Betty Carson, Secretaryg
Francis Sheridan, Bill Loomis, David Howton.
SM dlp, BOARD OF CONTROL
First Semester. Bob Frank, Chairmang Eugene Stern, Bill Loomis, Carol
Mae Custer, VVz1rren Line.
Seeond Semester. Eugene Stern, Chairman, John VVellington, John Keller,
Bill Salt, Warren Line.
Row 1. Marye Louise Johnson, Virginia. Bogart, Katherine Smith, Bonnie
Mitchell, Lorraine Tomaso, Margie Ream.
Row 2. Barbara Tesche, Beverly Heywood, Helen Hairgrove, Virginia
Lapp, Berri Woollacott, Virginia McDonald.
KQLQM3. Jane t l 'B ' ' B '
Marthann Tomlinson, Alma McFetr1dge.
Row 4. Jeanne Atcheson, Sara Safely, Marian Simle, Jeanne Franklin,
Freda Fleming, Meredith Peters.
BOYS' LEAGUE BOARD
First Semester. Chuck Glazer, President, Davis Cochran, Vice President,
Frank Alberts, Secretary-Treasurer.
Second Semester. Frank Alberts, President, Ezra Smith, Vice President,
James Ritchie, Secretary-Treasurer.
Upper Picture. BOARD OF CONTROL AND HALL MONITORS, Sem. 2.
Row 1. Joe Michiels, Ben McMannus, Laurence Entrekin, Wesley Nelson,
Jimmy Okayama, Cassius Morse, Bob Donahue, Bill Swan.
Row 2. Catherine Nelson, Dorothy von Blocker, Phyllis Otto, Jeanne
Robertson, Nelva Kiefer, Elaine Moore, Alma McFetridge, Marthann
Tomlinson, John Keller, Thomas Strickly.
Row 3. Winifred McOsker, Betty Tupper, George Prussell, Donald Proc-
tor, Beverly Heywood, Frank Clark, Vveston Gossard, Jim Converse,
Lower Picture. BOARD OF CONTROL AND HALL MONITORS, Sem. I.
Row I. Langdon Gregg, John Keller, Bill Swan, John Wellington, Frank
Clark, Bill Loomis, WVarren Line, Kent Harmon, Bill Salt, Bill Curry,
Row 2. Joe Olson, Elaine Beckett, Barbara Tesche, Eleanor Terpening,
Lorraine Tomaso, Wylo Webber, Nelva Kiefer, Marjorie Sevy, Bonnie
Mitchell, Richard Howe.
Row 3. Ed Wells, Edwin Anderson, David Howton, Ed Haines, Bob
Donahue, Jimmie Okayama, Ralph Knowles.
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ROY ADAMSON BILL DEWEY
President Vine President
SUE STILLMAN MARY H
NO BARBARA DURLEY JUDITH MUNSON
President Vice President
ROY LEONARD ADAMSON -- Class Pres. 33 Hall Duty
1, 2, 33 Jr. Dance Comm. 23 Service Club 33 Boys' "G"
2, 33 Football x, 2, 33 Track 23 Cabinet 3.
GRACE MARY BARTRAM -- Barty -- G.J.C.Q G.A.A. r,
2, 33 Girls' Leaders 1, 23 Girls' "G" 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33
RUTH PEACE ADDISON -- Blondie -- G.J.C.Q Girls'
League Comm. 23 Four Arts 23 Sr. Play 33 Girls' Stunt
IQ Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Uniform Rep. 1, 3.
GRIFFITH C. BARLOW -- A.G.C.B. -- West Pointg Halls
1, 2, 33 Variety Show 2, 33 Band IQ Honor Soc. 2, 33 N.A.
S.S. 2, 33 Boys' Service 1, 2, 33 Boys' "G" 2, 33 Football
I, 2, 33 Jr. and Sr. Commissioner 2, 3.
ETHEL VIRGINIA ALTING -- Honey -- G.J.C.Q From
Hyde Park Hi, Chicago3 Spanish Club 2, 3.
SHIRLEY LOUISE ANDERSON -- Katie -- U. of Hawaiig
Bank 1, 2, SQ Variety Show 2, 33 Stylus Dance Comm. 13
Monthly Dance Comm. IQ Stunt Party Comm. IQ Jr.
Prom Comm. 23 Stunt Party Comm. 33 Treble Clef 33
Girls' Glee 3.
CHARLES RICHARD BENSON -- Dick -- U.S.C.3 From
Hemet Hi, Halls 33 Spanish 33 Sons and Daughters
of Alumni 3.
CHARLOTTE LORRAINE ANDREWS -- Chick -- GJ.
C.3 G.A.A. I, 2, 33 Commerce 33 Spanish 2, 33 Physi-
ology 33 Girls' Leaders 2, 33 Girls' "G" 33 Volleyball
23 Emblem 2, 3.
LEONARD NELSON BICE -- Nellie -- G.J.C.3 Halls 33
jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom Comm. 31 Spanish 2, 3.
WILLIAM EDWARD ANDREWS -- Bill -- From Eagle
ROCkQ Football IQ Tennis 1, 2, 3.
CHURCHILL BLACKBURN BOHANNON-- G.j.C.3
JOHN WALTER ARNDS --Johne -'G.J.C., jr. Com-
BERENICE BORKMAN -- Benjie --Library Staff 2, 3.
HAROLD MAURICE BOUER -- Bouser -- U.C.L.A5 Halls
2, 35 N.A.S.S. 2, 35 Boys' Service 2, 35 Boys' HG" 2, 35
Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3.
JULIA ANGELINA CANE -- Ichabad -- From Van Nuys
Hi5 Spanish 2, 35 Tennis 25 Hockey 2.
LOUISE MARIE BRASCH -- Uniform Board 1.
KATHRYN MARIE CARDINALE -- Katie -- G.A.A. I 5
Girls' Service IQ Physiology 2.
BERTHA JEANNE BROAN -- Bertie -- From North Hi,
Des Moinesg Library Staff 3.
ROSEMARY CLEEVES --Rome -- G.J.C.5 G.A.A. 2, 3.
EVELYN ANNA BRUFLAT -- Evie -- G.J.C.5 Halls 1,
25 G.A.A. 1, 25 Girls' Service IQ Music 25 French IQ
Physiology 25 Girls' Leaders 1, 25 Girls' HG" 35 Tennis
r, 25 Volleyball IQ Hockey 3.
SHIRLEY ANN COE -- Squirrlee -- U.S.C.5 Usher 1, 2, SQ
Class Debate 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Uniform Rep. 1, 2, SQ
Forum 25 World Friendship 25 Pres. Grils' Leaders IQ
Girls' "G" 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Speedball IQ Basket-
ball 1, 25 .Hockey 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 Emblem 1, 2.
BOB OSGARD BURNS -- G.-l.C.5 From Edison Hi, Min-
neapolis5 Halls 1.
ROBERTA COVINGTON -- Bert -- G.A.A. 2, 35 Grils'
Service 35 Commerce 2, 35 Music 25 World Friendship
25 Girls' Leaders 2Q Tennis 2, 35 Volleyball 3.
MAX ALLISON BUTCHER -- Butch -- Music 35 Boys'
NEVELENE LETTIE CRANE -- Bubbles -- Frank Wig-
gins Trade Schoolg G.A.A. IQ Commerce 1, 2, 3.
MARTHA ANN CALHOUN --Woodbury Business Col-
lege5 Honor Soc. 1, 2, 31 Girls' Service I, 35 World
Friendship IQ Physiology 3.
CAROLMAE CUSTER -- Carrie -- G.J.C.5 Board of Con-
trol 35 Halls 1, 2, 35 Stylus Staff 25 Explosion Staff 25
Usher 35 Variety Show IQ Ir. Prom Comm. 25 French
x, 25 World Friendship 1, 25 Gym Sec. 1.
ROGER ALLEN DAVEY -- G.J.C.g Boys' Service 31
Football IQ Track 2, 3g Variety Show 1.
DORIS DWYER -- D.D. -- U.C.L.A.g Cabinet 3g Girls,
League QQ Honor Soc. rg G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Girls' Service
35 French 1, 25 Girls' Leaders rg Girls' "G" 2, 3, Ten-
nis 2g Volleyball I, 3.
DOLORES ISABEL DENHART -- Denny -- G.-I.C.g Stunt
Party Comm. 3, Sr. Prom Comm. 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, Uni-
form Board I.
LILLIANNE DORIS FLATEN -- Scooter -- Frank Wig-
gins Trade School, From Eagle Rock, Dramatics 31
Prom Comm. 2, 31 Physiology 2, 3, Somoac 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM ALLEN DEWEY -- Admiral -- G.-LC., Vice
Pres. Sr. Class 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Football 2.
ROBERT LEE FRANK--U.C.L.A.g Cabinet 3, And.
Helper 2, 3, Halls 2, 35 Honor Soc. 2, 33 Board of
Control 2, 3.
VIRGINIA FRANCES GAUNTLETT -- Ginie -- G.J.C.g
From Manual Arts, Cafeteria 1, 2, Ridgeway 2, 3.
JOHN FRANCIS DOLAN -- U.C.L.A.g Football 3.
JEAN YEATS GILLESPIE -- G.j.C.g Library Staif 33
Physiology 35 Comites 1, 2g Girls' Leaders 2g Emblem
2, 3, Volleybal 5 Chess 2
A 'amwff Qmj
DANIEL LEWIS D'URSO -- Danny -- U.S.C.g Oratorical
35 Radio Club 35 Football 25 Track 2.
BETTY LOUISE GREEN -- Greenie -- Student Council
31 Halls 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Library
Staff I, 2, 3, Music 1, 23 Volleyball 2, 3g Sr. Cap and
Gown Comm. 3.
ETHEL MAE DUTTON -- Californiag Cabinet 3, Stu-
dent Council 2g Chmn. Student Council 35 Sec. Treas.
of Class IQ Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Monthly Dance Comm.
1, 2, Chmn. Program Comm. Backwards Dance QQ
Chmn. Election Comm. 3, French 1.
VIORA GRUENWALD--U.C.L.A.g G.A.A. 1, 2, gg
French 25 Girls' Leaders 3g Grils' "G" 3, Volleyball
x, 3, Speedball 3, Hockey SQ Emblem 2, 3.
ROBERT HAGENBAUGH -- Higg -- G.J.C.g Halls 2, SQ
ESTHER JACEL HOWELL -- Ester Nester -- G.J.C.g
Class Sec. 3, Variety Show IQ Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr.
Prom Comm. 35 Stunt Party Comm. 2, 3g G.A.A. IQ
Uniform Board x, 2, World Friendship 3, Physiology 2,
33 Somoac 3.
ROSEMARY KAUFMAN -- Rosie -- Usher 2, 3 g Stunt
Party Comm. 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Girls' Service rg Span-
ish 2g Girls' Leaders 1, 25 Girls' "G" 2, 35 Tennis r, 2, 3.
LUCILLE NEVA HAGERTY-- G.J.C.g From Monte-
bellog Girls' Glee 2, 3.
NORMAN JOHN JAMISON--U.S.C.g Halls 3.
NANCY CRARY KERMOTT -- Nan -- G.J.C.g From
Fairfax Hi, Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Music 3.
MARGARET E. HAIL -- Peggie -- G.J.C.g Sr. Announce-
ment Comm. 3g Jr. Prom Comm. 2g Girls' Stunt Party
Comm. 33 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Commerce 1, 2, 3g Physi-
ology 2, 3.
NORMA LOWENE JARNAGIN -- Weine -- Commerce
SQ Physiology 3.
JACK KIMBLE -- Kimby -- California 5 Halls IQ N.A.S.S.
35 Football 25 Track 2, 3.
ROBERT SHINDALE HAMILL -- Choppo -- G.J.C.g
Football 2, 35 Track IQ Printers 1.
DORIS JOHNSON -- Johnie -- G.A.A. 1, 2.
.--l2ea.nu.ts--Halls IQ Dance Comm. H
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM GERALD HASKINS -- Bill -- G.J.C.g Dance
Comm. IQ Track I, 2, 3.
GEORGE KENDALL JOHNSON -- Stanford, Class
Comm. 2, 33 Bank rg Dramatics 2, QQ Dance Comm. 1,
25 Basketball IQ Track 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3.
FRANCES MIDORI KOBAYASHI --Honor Soc. xg G.
A.A. 1, 2, 33 Girls' Service IQ Physiology IQ Girls'
Leaders 25 Girls' "G" 33 Volleyball 1, 2.
ROBERT LEON HOPKINS -- Bob -- U.C.L.A.g Halls 33
Monthly Dance Comm. 2, 3, Boys' Service 3.
HELEN COLLETTA JONES -- Blondy -- G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,
Commerce 2, Physiology 23 Girls' Leaders xg Tennis IQ
Volleyball 25 Basketball 1.
HELEN LADD --Lass -- G.A.A. I, 2, Girls' Leaders I,2,
32 Volleyball 1, Speedball 23 Hockey x, ZQ Emblem 2.
. -- Marge -- LLSTOQ Jr.
Prom Comm. 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3Q French I, 2, Somoac 3,
Girls' Leaders 1, 2g Girls' "G" 33 Volleyball 2.
PATRICIA JUNGSTROM -- Pat -- Woodbury'sg Class
Comm. 3, Dance Comm. 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Commerce
rg Girls' Stunt Comm. 3.
ALLEN LOGAN LAKE -- G.J.C.g Cafeteria 1, 2, 3.
ROY R. RANTA -- G.J.C.
ROY A. SHETTEL -- G.J.C.5 Halls 1, 25 Ridgeway 2, 35
BETTY LOUISE STEBBINS -- Stebbie -- Variety Show
1, 25 Christmas Program 35 Philanthropic Comm. 35
Music IQ Girls' Glee 1, 2, 35 Sec. of Gym IQ Ir. Stunt
ZQ Nurse Sec. 3.
ELSIE MAE RATHBUN --From Redondo Hig G.A.A.
1, 35 Physiology 25 Volleyball 2, 35 Emblem 35 Gym
HESTER LEE SHIREY -- Hessie -- GJ..C.5 Girls' League
Comm. 35 Halls 1, 25 G.A.A. 15 Physiology 2.
DUDLEY M. STEELE -- Dud -- S.M.U.5 From Forest
Ave. Hi5 Football 35 Track 35 Hi Y 1.
MAR-IORIE HELEN REAM -- Margie -- U.C.L.A.5 Girls'
League 35 Halls IQ Sr. Play 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr.
Prom Comm. 35 G.A.A. 1, 25 Uniform Board 15 Com-
merce 35 Spanish 1, 25 World Friendship 3.
JACK P. SISCO -- Sisco -- Boys' Stag 35 Sr. Prom. 35 Sr.
Banquet Comm. 35 Boys' "G" 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3.
SUZANNE STILLMAN --ue -- U.C.L.A.5 Class Sec. 35
Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Halls IQ Va-
riety Show 25 Sr. Tag Dance Chairman 35 Spanish 1, 2.
LENHART ALFRED SAILER -- Gob -- U. C. L. A.5
EDWARD JOSEPH SKELLY --Notre Dame5 Football
DOLLY LOUISE SALZMAN -- G.J.C.5 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35
Commerce 1, 25 Girls' Leaders 15 Tennis 25 Emblem 25
Stunt Party Comm. 1.
DAVID POTTS SKINNER -- Skippy -- Cal Tech.
WINIFRED CHARLOTTE TAYLOR -- Winnie -- Wood-
bury's5 Soph. Tableau IQ -Ir. Tableau 25 Halls 25 Sr.
Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Stunt 35 Stunt Party Comm. 35
G.A.A. 1, 25 Uniform Board 15 Commerce 35 French
IQ World Friendship 1, 2, 35 Sec. World Friendship 35
Volleyball IQ Hockey 15 Second Period Pres. 2.
FRANCES SCHOFIELD -- Fran -- G.-I.C.5 From Gregory
Hi, South Dakota5 Variety Show 35 Girls' Glee 2, 3.
THOMAS CHARLES SLATE --Music 35 Comites 2, 35
ELEANOR HARRIET TERPENING -- Terp. -- Wash.
State Normal5 Halls 1, 2, 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Stunt
Party Comm. 2, 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Banquet
Comm. 35 Honor Soc. IQ G.A.A. IQ Pres. Girls' Service
35 Music 1, 25 French 1, 25 Scribblers 3.
BETTY JOAN SELBY --From Monrovia Hi5 Business
College5 Halls 15 Girls' Stunt 2, 35 Variety Show 2, 35
Sr. Prom Comm. 35 French 2, 3.
MAY STARKEY -- Dita -- G.A.A. 1, 25 Spanish 25 Girls'
Leaders 1, 25 Tennis 1, 25 Volleyball IQ Speedball IQ
BARBARA JEAN TESCHE -- U.C.L.A.5 Girls' League 2,
35 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Commissioner 35 Bank 25 Sr.
Play 35 Jr. Oratorical 2, 35 Friendship Comm. 15 Wel-
fare Comm. 25 Stunt Party Comm. 35 Honor Soc. 35
G.A.A. 2, 35 Girls' Service 2, 35 Uniform Board 25
Spanish 1, 2, 35 Girls' Leaders 25 Volleyball 25 Basket-
MARGUERITE H. LAUBSCHER -- Margie --Jr. Com-
GERTRUDE ANN McDONNELL--Trudy-- G.J.C.5
HESTER JEAN NOLAN -- Hettie -- G.J.C.5 G.A.A. 1, 2,
35 Commerce 1, 25 Tennis 1, 25 Emblem 1, 25 Soph.
WILMA ALICE LAUBSCHER -- Willie -- G.J.C.5 Va-
riety Show 35 Pres. Physiology 3.
BETSY GLENN MANSFIELD -- Bee -- G.J.C.5 Jr. Prom
Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Halls IQ Explosion Staff
25 Variety Show 1, 25 Stunt Party Comm. 2, 35 Uniform
Board 2, 35 Music 1, 25 Treble Clef 35 French IQ Physi-
ology 2, 3.
YOSHIHIKO YAM OKAMURO -- Yam -- Football 35
DORIS MARY LEGGITT -- Diggitt -- Business Collegeg
G.A.A. 1, 25 Girls' Service IQ Uniform Board 1.
EUGENE MARIAS -- U.S.C.5 Halls 1, 25 Sr. Play 35
Orchestra 1, 25 Band 25 Debate 25 Music 25 Forum 1, 2.
KINGMAN CLOUGH PACKARD -- Curtis Wright Tech.
Institute of Aeronautics5 From Greeley Hi5 Halls 2, 35
R.O.T.C. 2, 35 Sr. Tableau 35 R.O.T.C. Comm. 35 Saber
Club 35 Glendale Ofiicers Club 35 Hearst Trophy
GRACE ELAINE LOUDON -- Gracie -- Sawyer's Busi-
ness College5 Bank 15 Dance Comm. 25 G.A.A. IQ Li-
brary Staff IQ Commerce 1, 25 Tennis I.
JOSEPH MARPLE --Joe -- U.C.L.A.5 Halls 1, 2, 35 Jr.
Commissioner 35 Variety hSoW 35 Boys' Service 35
Boys' Glee 3.
-- Hills 3.
DAN MCMANN -- Radio Institute of California5 Radio 3.
MARJORIE HELAINE MYERSCOUGH -- Marge -- G.
A.A. IQ Girls' Leaders IQ Hockey IQ Variety Show 35
Treble Clef 3.
KENNETH ALLEN POUSH -- Kenny --Track 1, 2, 35
Cross Country 2.
WILLIAM McLAIN -- Mac -- Pensacola5 Student Council
35 Class Comm. 35 School Play 35 Monthly Dance
Comm. IQ Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Boys'
"G" 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3.
REID CROWDER NECKER -- Necker -- U.C.L.A.5 Stylus
Staff 35 Sports Ed. Explosion 35 Somoac 2, 35 Sr. Com-
mencement Comm. 3Q Cap and Gown Comm. 3.
JAMES DARBY POWELL -- Jimmy -- G.J.C.5 From Bur-
bank Military Academy5 Class Rep IQ Halls 1, 25 Cafe-
teria 2Q Sr. Play 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 R.O.T.C. Ball
Comm. 35 Boys' Service 25 World Friendship 35 Track
25 Tennis IQ Sr. Tableau 35 R.O.T.C. 35 Glendale Of-
ficers Club 3.
MARY' -- 351,25
Variety Show 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Stunt Party Comm.
35 Girls' Leaders 2, 35 Girls' Glee 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 3.
RUTH ELIZABETH NICHOLSON -- Nickie -- Bank 25
Usher 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Leaders, Vice Pres.
IQ Girls' "G" 2, 35 Tennis IQ Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Speed-
ball IQ Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 3.
TOM PRICE -- Tubby -- Baseball 1, 2, 3.
ROSEMARY RUTH THAYER -- Comites 2, 3.
WILLIAM MORRIS WOLLARD -- Bill -- Second Period
BILL CHARLES HUEBNER -- Swish -- Ohio State5
Sweater Comm. IQ Dramatics 35 Band 25 Pres. Band 35
Tableau IQ Boys' Stag Comm. 35 Commerce 35 Basket-
ball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3.
BETTIE LEE THEDAKER -- Woodbury's Business Col-
lege5 Halls 2Q Explosion Staff 35 Girls' Service 35
French 1, 25 World Friendschip 1, 25 Physiology 25
Gym Sec. 1, 2.
JEANE WISKOCHIL -- Pete -- G.J.C.5 From Hoover Hi.
JANE ELIZABETH ALTHOUSE -- U.C.L.A.5 Sr. Rep.
Girls' League 35 Halls 1, 25 Variety Show 35 Sr. Prom
Comm. 35 G.A.A. 1, 25 Girls' Service 1, 2, 3, Sec. 1,
Vice Pres. 35 Sec. Girls' Leaders 2.
BETTY DALE THUME --Thumie -- G.J.C.5 Halls IQ
Drama 25 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Girls'
League Welfare Comm. 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Physiology 25
Tennis IQ Volleyball I.
ROLAND EUGENE YALE -- Rolly -- Berkeley5 Track
1, 2, 3.
CARL FRED BROMBACHER -- Buzzard Eyes -- G.J.C.5
Class Comm. 15 Printers 35 Physiology 35 Football IQ
Baseball 2, 3.
FRANK DOUGLAS WEBBER -- Toar -- U. of Hawaiig
Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Monthly Dance Comm. 2, 35 Back-
wards Dance Comm. 35 Sr. Tag Dance Comm. 35 Sr.
Prom Comm. 3.
KATHLEEN SHANK -- Tyke -- California 5 Explosion
Staff 35 Comites 1.
ALICE WESTOVER -- G.J.C.5 Halls I, 2, 35 Explosion
Staff 35 Prop Mistress 35 Variety Show 1, 25 Jr. Prom
Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Monthly Dance Comm.
35 Girls' Stunt Comm. 2, 35 Honor Soc. 15 Girls' Service
2, 35 Uniform Board 2, 35 Spanish 1, 2, Vice Pres. 25
World Friendship 1, 25 Somoac 1, 2, 3, Sec. 1, 25 Jr.
Tableau 25 Glendale-Hoovre Dance Comm. 35 Sr. Play
Ticket Comm. 3.
THELMA MAY WEBER -- G.A.A. 1, 2Q Library Staff 25
Commerce 1, 2, 35 Music 1, 25 World Friendship IQ
Girls' Leaders 2, 35 Tennis 1, 25 Volleyball 25 Gym Sec.
15 Emblem 2.
MARYE LOUISE JOHNSON -- Lulu -- G.J.C.5 Cabinet 35
Girls' League 1, 35 Pres. Girls' League 35 Halls IQ
Explosion Staff 35 Backwards Dance Comm. 35 Girls'
Service 35 Uniform Board IQ World Friendship 35
Physiology 1, 25 Scribblers I, 2, 35 Jr. Commissioner 25
Sr. Banquet Comm. 35 Girls' Stunt 3.
ERNEST A. DALZELL -- Dal --West Point5 Halls 2, 35
Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Board of Control 3.
CHARLES WHITMORE -- Chuck -- G.J.C.5 Football 25
Track 1, 2.
AMERICO PHILIP FERRARO -- Tony -- Notre Dameg
Track 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 2.
JUNIOR MARIO PAOLA -- J.R. -- Football 1, 2, 35
Track 35 Printers 2.
ALAN HART WILSON -- Halls 1, 25 Honor oc. 25 Boys'
Service 2, 35 Track 2, 3.
SHIRLEY ANN PITTAWAY -- U.C.L.A.5' 2nd Period
Rep. 35 Variety Show I, 2, 35 Christmas Program 2, 35
Stunt Paryt Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 G.A.A. 1, 25
Physiology 3Q Girls' Leaders 25 Treble Clef 3.
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SUMMER '37 I M,
ALLEN, VERA MAY -- G.J.C.5 Operetta 2, SQ Monthly
Dance Comm. 35 Girls' Glee 2, 35 Variety Show 2, 3.
ALMASSY, THOMAS GORDON -- G.J.C.
ANDERBERG, EL DORA L.
ANDREWS, MARY LOUISE -- Mary Lou -- G.J.C.5
Usher 2, 35 Girls' Stunt Comm. 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Physi-
ology 3Q Girls' Leaders I5 Girls' "G" 2, 35 Volleyball
I5 Speedball IQ Basketball 25 Hockey 3.
ARANCIBIA, EDWARD -- Eddie -- G.J.C.5 Sr. Prom
Comm. 35 Track 1, 2, 3.
ARMOUR, MARY JO -- Cabinet 35 Bank 25 G.A.A. 1, 2,
35 Girls' Leaders IQ Tennis 1, 2, 3.
BADLEY, REX, JR. -- U.C.L.A.5 Cabinet 35 Boys' League
Officer 25 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 N.A.
S.S. 2, 35 Boys' "G" 2, 3, Pres. 35 Football 2, 35 Track
1, 2, 3.
BAKER, HELEN JANICE -- G.J.C.5 Halls IQ Usher 2,
35 School Play 35 Welfare Comm. 35 Sr. Announce-
ment Comm. 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 1, 2, 35
Spanish 25 Girls' Leaders IQ Girls' "G" 2, 35 Tennis
2, 35 Volleyball 35 Speedball 15 Basketball 1, 35 Em-
BALLANTYNE, JENNINGS E. -- From Huntington Park
Hi5 U.C.L.A.5 Football 2, 35 Track 2, 3.
BARNES, JACK -- Barnsie -- From Roosevelt Hi, St.
Louis5 Sr. Party Comm. 35 Basketball 3.
BARNUM, JEANNE ELIZABETH -- G.J.c.g Announce-
ment Comm. 35 Halls 25 Sr. Play 35 School Play 35
Honor Soc. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 25 Uniform Board 25
Spanish 2: Somoac 35 Scribblers' 2, 35 Shakespearian
Contest 35 Gym Sec. 1, 25 Marionette IQ Ethical Guid-
ance Council 3.
BAUMGARDNER, MARY GEORGIA -- Bumi -- From
Loretto Hi5 Girls' Glee 35 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 25
BECKER, NEVADA JEANNE -- Vad -- From Hoover
Hi5 U.C.L.A.5 Operetta 2, 35 Girls' Glee 2, 35 Treble
Clef 2, 3.
BECKETT, ELAINE JOYCE -- Becki -- Oregon State5
Sec. of Publicity 35 Halls I, 2, 35 Explosion Staff 35 Sr.
Play 35 Variety Show 35 Girls' Stunt Comm. 1, 2, 35 Jr.
Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Banquet Comm.
35 Honor Soc. 25 G.A.A. 1, 25 Girls' Service 35 Comites
1, 25 French I, 2, 35 World Friendship 2, 3, Sec. 0
Pub. 2, Vice-Pres. 35 Girls' Leaders 1, 25 Emblem 2, 35
Volleyball 1, 25 Basketball I, 2, 35 Gym Sec. 1.
BEEDLE, CAROL ELIZABETH -- California5 Explosion
Staff 35 Honor Soc. 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 French 35 Girls'
Leaders 2, 35 Tennis 35 Volleyball 35 Speedball IQ
Hockey 25 Variety Show 35 Welfare Comm. Girls'
BELLAH, BARBARA LEE -- Bobbie -- California5 Halls
IQ Editor Explosion 35 Sr. Play 35 School Play 35 Honor
Soc. 35 French 1, 2, 3, Pres. 35 Scribblers' 1, 2, 3, Sec.-
Treas. 35 Variety Show I, 35 Four Arts Publicity 3.
BENNETT, ALOHA VIOLA -- Woodbury's Business Col-
Legeg Sec. oLEinance Bank x, 2, 3,5 Commerce 1, 2. 3.
Sec. 2, Pres. 35 Physiology 3.
BETTS, JEANNE LAYUNA -- Beannie -- G.A.A. 1, 25
Volleyball 1, 25 Speedball I.
BOGGS, BEULAH -- Belo -- From John Marshall5 Wolf
BOND, RICHARD -- School Play 35 Honor Soc. 35 Span-
ish 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Track 2.
BOTTUM, ROSWELL -- Ross --From Venice Hi5 R.O.
T.C. Officers' Club 35 Rifle Team 2, 3.
BOWMAN, ROSEMARY RAE -- G.J.C.5 Chmn. Student
Council 35 Girls, Stunt Party Comm. 1, 25 Variety Show
1, 2, 35 Monthly Dance Comm. 25 Backwards Dance
Comm. 35 Election Comm. 35 Song Leader 3.
BRASZ, STANLEY B. -- Doc.
BRIGGS, IRENE CHARLOTTE -- From Norris Hi5 G.J.
C5 G.A.A. 35 Library Staff 35 World Friendship 35
BROUGHTON, JOHN R. -- Brought -- California5 Cafe-
teria 1, 25 Track 1, 3.
BROWER, ANNE ERNESTINE -- Pacific Union College5
Library Staff 25 Physiology 3.
BROWN, BETTY JANE
BROWN, CARLYLE STUART -- U.C.L.A.5 Graduation
Announcement Comm. 35 Tableau I, 2, 35 Sr. Prom.
Comm. 35 Somoac 1, 2, 35 Variety Show IQ Cine Club
BRYANT, BESSIE B. -- Tex -- Business College5 Halls 1,
25 Commerce 3.
BUELL, JUNE HELEN --Variety Show 1, 3.
CADDELL, PATRICIA PEARL -- Pat -- U.S.C.5 Vice-
Pres. Class 25 Ring and Pin Comm. 25 Graduation
Party Comm. 35 Halls 1, 2, 35 Explosion Staff 35 Jr.
Prom Comm. Chmn. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Girls Serv-
ice 25 World Friendship 15 Physiology 35 Monthly
Dance Comm. 2, 35 Girls, Stunt Party 35 Scribblers' 3.
CARSON, BETTY JEAN -- U.C.L.A.5 Student Council 35
Halls 25 Stylus Staff 35 Explosion Staff 3g Jr. Prom
Comm. 25 Monthly Dance Comm. 2, 35 Physiology 35
CHAPMAN, RUTH -- Sr. Announcement Comm. 35 Bank
25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Commerce 1, 2, 35 Girls' Leaders 1, 25
Girls' "G" 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Speedball I, 2, 3.
CHEEK, LOIS HAZEL -- Loy -- G.-I.C.5 Cafeteria 25 Ex-
plosion Staff 35 G.A.A. 25 Spanish 25 World Friendship
35 Physiology 25 Speedball 25 Hockey 25 Emblem Club 3.
CHILDERS, MARCELLA LOUISE -- Mandy -- Redlands
U5 Halls 1, 25 Uniform Board 25 Commerce 3Q Physiol-
ogy 35 Jr. Commiss. 2.
CHRISMAN, ELMER GEORGE -- Buzz -- Halls IQ Cafe-
teria 2, 35 Band 1, 2.
CLARK, ROBERT FREDERIC -- Bob -- California5 Cabi-
net 35 So. Class Pres. 35 Sr. Class Play 35 School Play
35 jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Boys' Service
35 Forum 35 World Friendship 35 Basketball 2, 35 Hi
CLARKE, DOUGLAS ALBERT -- Blueblood -- U.S.C.5
Cabinet I, 35 Student Council 25 Pres. Soph. Class IQ
Sweater Comm. IQ Ring and Pin Comm. ZQ Jr. Prom
Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Halls IQ Explossion Staff
35 Sr. Play 35 Variety Show 35 Dramatics 25 Sr. Dues
Dance Comm. 35 Monthly Dance Comm. 1, 2, 35 Foot-
ball 25 Track 1.
CLAUNCH, WILLIAM C. -- Bisbee Hi, Arizona.
COCHRAN, DAVIS COLLINS -- Pinky -- U.S.C.5 Vice-
Pres. Boys' League 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Halls 35
N.A.S.S. Banquet Comm. 25 Boys' Stag Publicity Mgh.
35 Radio Club Emblem Comm. 35 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, Presi-
dent 35 Boys' Service 35 World Friendship 35 Boys'
"G" 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, Captain 35 Cine Club 35 Hi Y
Club 2, 33 Radio 3.
COLEMAN, ROBERT C. -- Bob -- Halls 1, 2, N.A.S.S. 2,
3, Boys' Service 3, Boys' HG" 3, Football x, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3.
CONVERSE, JAMES ROBERT --Jim -- U.S.C., Football
2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2.
COOPER, JACK KENDALL -- Coope -- Frank Wiggins,
Halls I, 2, 3, Printers' 3, Radio 2, 3.
COOPER, KATHERINE ELSA --Katie --Cafeteria 3,
Usher 2, Dramatics 3, Jr. Prom Comm. 2, Sr. Prom
Comm. 3, Soph. Stunt Comm. IQ Jr. Stunt Comm 2,
Sr. Stunt Comm. 3, G.A.A. 1, Uniform Board 1, 3,
Library Staff 1, World Friendship 2, 3, Music IQ Va-
riety Show 1, 2, 3, Sr. Cap and Gown Comm. 3, Sr.
Banquet Comm. 3.
CORBALEY, JOHN A.-- California, Tabloid 1, 2, 3,
Jr. Prom Comm. 2, Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Cine 1, 2, 3.
CORE, DOROTHY LEE -- From Beverly Hills Hi, Va-
riety Show I, 3.
COREY, MARY JOY --Jack -- Spanish 1, 2, Girls' Glee
3, Treble Clef 3.
COVEY, SARA LOUISE -- Sally --Texas U., Halls 3,
Sr. Dues Dance Comm. 3, Music 1, 2.
CUMMINGS, GEORGIANA ALICE -- Georgie -- Halls
2, 3, Uniform Board 3, French 3.
CUPP, MAY EVA -- Basketball IQ Girls' Glee 3, Variety
Show 3, Oihce Sec. 3.
CURTIS, JOHN ROBERT --Jack -- From Technical Hi,
CURTIS, RUTH JEANETTE -- Bank IQ Commerce 2.
DAKERS, BETTY C. -- Commerce I, 2, 3, Variety Show
2, Girls' Glee 2, 3.
DANIELS, MARY KATHRYN -- G.J.C., Honor Soc. IQ
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, World Friendship 2, Physiology 2, 3,
Girls' Leaders 1, 2, Girls' "G" 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3,
Speedball IQ Hockey I, 2.
DAVEY, DOROTHY ANNETTE -- Dot -- Commerce 2, 3.
DEATON, CHARLINE MARIE ANN -- G.J.C., Halls
1, 2, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Variety Show 1, 2, Monthly
Dance Comm. IQ G.A.A. 1, 2, World Friendship 3,
DEKKER, DAVID BLISS -- Dekk-- U.S.C., Sec. of De-
bate 3, Halls IQ Sr. Play 3, School Play 3, Honor Soc.
1, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Boys' Service 2, 3, Forum 3, World
-Ha-l-ls 1+Us-her 2,
League Friendship Comm. 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,
Sec. Girls' Service IQ Uniform Board IQ Girls' Leaders
IQ Girls' "G" 2, 3, Tennis IQ Speedball 2, Hockey 2, 3.
DOCKERAY, GERALDINE BEATRICE -- Gerry -- G.
DOWNEY, RUTH VERA -- Downey -- G.J.C., Jr. Prom
Comm. 2, G.A.A. 1, 3, Chmn. of G.A.A. Publicity 3,
Commerce 3, Physiology 3, Sec. Leaders Club 3, Ten-
nis 3, Speedball IQ Hockey 2.
DUFF, PATRICIA HELEN -- From John Marshall3
Woodbury's3 Cap and Gown 33 Honor Soc. 1, 23 G.A.A.
1, 2, 33 Commerce 33 Physiology 33 Girls' Leaders 1, 23
Tennis 1, 2, 3.
DURLEY, BARBARA CECILE -- Dagmar -- G.J.C.Q Wel-
fare Board 33 Sec. Class of '37 33 Halls 1, 23 Associate
Ed. Explosion 33 Variety Show IQ Monthly Dance
Comm. 2, 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom Comm. 33
G.A.A. IQ Uniform Board IQ Commerce 1, 23 Comites
IQ Spanish IQ Physiology 3.
DUNCAN, VIVIAN MARIE -- Viv -- Usher 23 Operetta
2, 33 Music 3g Girls' Glee.
EILERT, OPAL ELEANOR -- From Latham Hi, Kansas.
EISENHOUR, ROBERT HONEYMAN -- Chop -- G.J.C.3
Football 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Golf 1, 2.
ESHOM, NAOMI -- Nomie -- G.J.C.Q Cabinet 33 Sec. of
Assemblies 33 Associate Ed. Stylus 33 Circulation Mgr.
Explosion 33 Chmn. Social Comm. Monthly Dance 33
Girls' Glee 1, 23 Commencement Comm. 3.
ELKINS, JACK LOUIS -- Speed -- U.C.L.A.3 Printers' 1, 2.
ELLETT, JOUETT HOWELL -- Abe -- Modesto Jr. Col-
lege3 Dramatics 23 Boys' "G" 2, 33 Boys' Glee 33 Foot-
ball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3.
ENTREKIN, LAWRENCE -- Larry -- From Phoenix
Union Hi3 Halls 33 Board of Control Staff 3.
ERNST, LEO JUNIOR -- U.C.L.A.3 Hi Y 33 Football 23
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
FLANAGAN, PATRICK JENNINGS -- Pat -- Explosion
Staff 33 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Football 23 Football Mgr. 3.
FOSTER, THOMAS EDWIN -- Ted -- Caltech3 Halls 33
jr. Prom Comm. 23 N.A.S.S. 2, 33 World Friendship 33
Track 1, 2, 3.
FRAME, PHYLLIS DE MEY--Phyl --Oregon U.3 Sec.
of Assemblies 33 Ses. of Publicity 33 Soph. Rep. Girls'
League IQ Girls' Stunt Party 23 Activities Ed. Stylus 33
Explosion Staff 33 Variety Show 35 School Play 33
Monthly Dance Comm. 33 Backward Dance Comm. 35
Treble Clef 33 Forum 33 Pres. Somoac 23 Scribblers' 33
Girls' Service 33 Banquet Comm. 33 Ethical Guidance 3.
FRANCE, ERWIN -- Frenchy -- From John Marshall3
FRANKLIN, R. C. -- West Point3 Halls 1, 23 Bank IQ Dra-
matics 33 Oratorical 23 Sr. Dues Dance Comm. 33 Boys'
Service 1, 2, 33 Forum 2, 33 World Friendship 3g
Spanish 33 Basketball 2, 33 Track 1, 23 Variety Show
1, 33 School Play 3.
FRASER, MARY ALICE -- U.C.L.A.3 Halls 1, 21 Jr.
Prom Comm. 23 Cap and Gown Comm. 33 G.A.A. 1,
2, 33 Uniform Board 1, 22 Commerce 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres.
33 Music 23 World Friendship 1, 2.
GANS, HELEN GOULD -- G.J.C.3 Variety Show 1, 23
Usher 33 Honor Soc. 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Comites IQ
French 33 Girls' Leaders 33 Girls' "G" 33 Scribblers' 33
Volleyball IQ Speedball 23 Badminton 3.
GARDNER, VIRGINIA CAROL -- From Glendale Union
ACadCmyQ G.J.C.g G.A.A. 23 Music 33 French 2, 3.
GARNER, EVELYN ELSIE -- Sunny -- From Whittier5
California5 Cafeteria 1, 2, 35 Explosion Staff 35 Girls'
Service 1, 25 Library Staff 1, 35 Commerce 35 Spanish
25 World Friendship 35 Cine 35 Board of Control 2.
GASTON, WILBER TOM -- Gashouse -- G.J.C.5 Student
Council 35 Halls IQ Advertising Mgr. Stylus 35 Ir.
Prom Comm. 25 Chmn. Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Class
Sweater Comm. IQ 2nd Period Rep. 35 Boys' Service 35
Hi Y 2, 3. Sec. 35 Football 2, 3.
GAUDI, ROBERT -- G.J.C.5 Sr. Announcements 35 Honor
Soc. 25 Spanish 35 Somoac 1, 2, 35 Football 35 Track 3.
GAUNTLETT, BARBARA JANE -- Bobs -- From Man-
ual Arts5 G.J.C.5 Explosion Staff 35 Commerce 1, 25
GAUNTT, GROVER C. -- Grunt -- U.S.C.5 Pres. Jr. Class
25 Pres. Student Body 35 Student Council 35 jr. Prom
Comm. 25 Ring and Pin Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35
Backward Dance Comm. 25 Monthly Dance Comm. 2,
35 Boys' Stag Comm. 2, 35 N.A.S.S. 35 Football 2, 35
GERSON, NORMAN -- From John Marshall5 Southwest-
GILLIN, HELEN MIRIAM -- Brick -- Business College5
G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Uniform Board 35 Commerce 1, 2, 35
Girls' Leaders 25 Girls "G" 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 3.
GINTER, BERYL CORA -- Ginger --From Alma Hi5
G.J.C.5 Halls 2, 35 Library Staff 35 Commerce 2, 35
World Friendship 35 Physiology 3.
GLENN, MARTHA -- U.C.L.A.5 Usher 2, 35 Variety
Show 35 Honor Soc. 1, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 35
Girls' Service 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 35 Spanish 25 Girls'
Leaders IQ Girls' "G" 1, 2, 35 Scribblers' 35 Tennis IQ
Volleyball 1, 25 Speedball 25 Basketball 1, 25 Hockey 25
Gym Sec, 1, 2, 35 Badminton 2, 3.
GOODWIN, JAY HARVEL -- Skipper -- Halls 1, 25 Track
GORDON, CHARLES WESLY -- Flash -- From Franklin
Hi5 G.j.C. I
GOSHORN, FRANKLYN MCCLURE -- Frankie -- G.j.C.5
Cafeteria 25 Dramatics 35 Orchestra 35 Band 35 Foot-
ball 25 Track 35 Ridgeway 1.
GREENWOOD, BARBARA LOUISE -- Barby -- U.C.L.
A.5 Halls 1, 2, 35 Jr. Commiss. 25 Sr. Commiss. 35
Operetta 35 Orchestra 35 Friendship Comm. Girls'
League 35 Honor Soc. 1, 2, 35 French 2, 35 World
Friendship 35 Ridgeway 35 Pres Scribblers' 35 Variety
Show 25 Christmas Program 1, 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 3.
GUGLIELMINO, DON FRANK -- Gug -- University of
Notre Dame5 Class Officer 35 Class Comm. 2, 35 N.A.
S.S. 2, 35 Boys' "G" 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 35
Hi Y 3.
GUNNERSON, MABEL L. -- Pat -- University of Minn.5
Orchestra 1, 35 Library Staff 35 Physiology 2.
HACKETT, BEATRICE -- Bea -- G.I.C.5 G.A.A. r, 2, 35
Girls' Leaders 1, 2, 3Q Volleyball 1, 25 Speedball 1, 25
Basketball 35 Hockey 1, 25 Variety Show 3.
HACKETT, MILDRED -- Nonie -- G.J.C.5 Friendship
Comm. 35 Honor Soc. 25 Commerce 35 Spanish 2, 3.
HADDOCK, CAROL LOUISE -- Lou Lou -- From Hamil-
ton Hi5 Dramatics 35 Uniform Board SQ Music 25
Variety Show 2, 3.
HADDOCK, RAY M. -- U.S.C.5 Hans I5 Bus. Mgr. Stylus
35 Comites 2. 1
HAINES, LUELLA BERNICE --Variety Show 35 Girlsi
HAIRGROVE, HELEN LOUISE -- G.j'.C.5 Cabinet 35
League Oflicer 35 Cafeteria IQ Usher 25 Variety Show
35 Honor Soc. 1, 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 1, 35
Forum 35 Spanish 25 Physiology 35 Girls' Leaders IQ
Girls' "G" 2, 35 Girls' Glee 35 Tennis 25 Volleyball
15 Speedball IQ Badminton 3.
HALL, BETTY ANN -- G.I.C.5 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Va-
riety Show 35 Social Comm. 35 G.A.A. 15 Uniform
Board 15 Library Staff 35 French IQ World Friendship
15 Physiology 2, 35 Girls' Glee 3Q Speedball 1.
HAMMER, FRANCESCA ANTONETTE -- G.J.C.5 Re-
freshment Comm. 25 Welfare Comm. 15 G.A.A. 35
Physiology 35 Basketball 3.
HANEY, CHARLES EARL -- Sam -- U.S.C.5 Jr. Prom
Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Honor Soc. 1, 2, 32 N.A.
S.S. 2, 35 Boys' HG" 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2,
35 Hi Y 2, 3.
HANGO, LILLIAN ARLETTA -- From Boardman Hi,
HARGREAVES, FRED HARRISON -- U.C.L.A.5 N.A.
S.S. 35 Spanish 25 Boys, "GH 35 Football 2, 35 Track
1, 2, 3.
HARMON, KENT M. -- From Canoga Park Hi5 G.J.C.5
Halls 35 Explosion Staff 35 Honor Soc. Party Comm. 35
Honor Soc. 1, 2, 3.
HARRIS, BETTY LOU -- Occidental5 Girls' Service IQ
Spanish 1, 2, 35 Word Friendship 1, 25 Physiology 25
Head Tennis Captain 3.
HARRIS, EVELYN MAY -- G.I.C.5 Halls 25 Uniform
Board 35 Library Staff 35 Spanish 25 Physiology 35
Gym Sec. 25 Friendship Comm. 35 Philanthropic Comm.
25 Head Gym Captain 3.
HARRIS, LORA JANE -- From Beverly Hi5 Cafeteria
35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Commerce 2, 35 World Friendship 35
Girls' Leaders 2, 35 Hockey 2, 35 Cine Club 35 Gym
HARRIS, TERRY CONDON -- Annapolis5 Auditorium
Helper 1, 25 Track 1.
HARRISON, DOROTHY LOUISE -- Dottie Lou -- G.J.C.5
Honor Soc. 1, 2, 31 Sec. Spanish 35 World Friendship
2, 3, Sec. 35 Scribblers' 3.
HART, ALVIN RELVUE -- Al -- Occidental5 Gradua-
tion Party Comm. 35 School Play 35 Somoac 25 Boys'
"G" 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hi Y 3.
HAWES, RICHARD -- Dick -- From Port Washington Hi,
Long Island, New York5 French 3.
HAWLEY, BARBARA LEA -- U.S.C.5 Cabinet 35 Student
Council 25 Girls' League Rep. IQ G. L. Treasurer 25
G. L. Pres. 35 Halls 1, 2, 35 Variety Show 2, SQ Stunt
Party Comm. 25 Monthly Dance Comm. 35 Honor Soc.
1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 1, 35 French 3.
HELLMAN, HELEN JUNE -- G.J.C.5 Dance Comm. 35
HELMLE, BETTY LOU -- Betty -- From Anaheim Union
Hi5 G.j.C.5 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Photographic Ed. Stylus
35 Explosion Staff 35 Dramatics 35 Variety Show 2, 35
Spring Recital 2, 35 Honor Soc. 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35
Library Staff 25 Music 2, 31 World Friendship 2, 3,
Vice-Pres. and Pres. 35 Girls, Leaders 2, 35 Girls' Glee
1, 2, 35 Volleyball I, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Christmas Pro-
gram 1, 2, 3.
HEMINGWAY, MARJORIE E. -- Marjie -- G.j.C.5
Physiology 35 Girls' Leaders 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 3g
Variety Show 15 Girls Stunt Comm. 2, 3.
HENDRICKS, FLOREINE -- Kansas -- From Arlington
HERREN, MINNIE IRENE -- Bobby -- From Deming Hi5
G.j.C.5 Physiology 3.
E. xx N'
HOARE, STANLEY EDWARD -- Stan -- G.J.C.5 Halls
IQ Stenographic Ed. Stylus 35 Associate Ed. Explosion
35 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Monthly
Dance Comm. 35 Honor Society 25 Boys' Service 35
Comites 15 Tennis IQ Matrix 1, 2, 35 Banquet Comm.
35 Ethical Guidance Council 3.
HOLLINGSWORTH, DOLORES -- G.J.C.5 Commerce 2.
HOLMES, HAROLD ROSS -- From Claremont Hi5 Davis
University5 Orchestra 35 Band IQ R.O.T.C. 2, 3.
HOOPER, RIDGLEY AULT -- Hoop -- G.J.C.5 Operetta
1, 2, 35 Class Debate 35 Boys, Glee 2, 3.
HOPKINS, MARY ELEANOR -- Glendale Union Acad-
emy5 P cifi Union C lle e5 Music 35 French 2, 3.
HORNRI GE, ROSEMARY -- Rosie -- rom Webste 1,
Washi ton, D.C.5 Philadelphia Conservatory of Music5
Welfare Comm. 35 French 1, 25 Girls' Glee 35 Tennis
IQ Variety Show 3.
HOWARTH, DAVID VINCENT -- Vinnie -- Washing-
ton State5 Halls 1, 25 Football 1, 2.
HUBBARD, MARY JANE -- G.J.C.5 Halls IQ Jr. Prom
Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Library Staff 35 Variety
Show 35 World Friendship 35 Somoac 3.
HUGO, VIVIAN -- Snooks --Idaho University5 Uniform
Rep. IQ Basketball Captain 3.
HYESSA, BONNO MARTINDALE -- Smith College5
Cafeteria IQ Variety Show 35 G.A.A. 35 Comites 2Q
French 25 Volleyball 35 Basketball 3.
IYAMATSU, EDDIE SUSUMU -- From Redondo Hi5
Hemphill Diesel School5 Halls 2, 35 Boys' Service 35 Jr.
Commissioner 2. -
JACOBS, EARL CLIFFORD -- Jakie -- Operetta 35 Or-
chestra I, 2, 35 Band 1, 25 Boys' Glee 35 Football I, 2,
3 5 Track 1.
JEFFERIS, WILMA MAXINE -- Willie -- G.J.C.5 G.A.A.
1, 2, 35 Chess 25 World Friendship 1, 2, 35 Girls' Lead-
ers 2, 3, Pres. 35 Speedball IQ Basketball 25 Hockey 1,
JOHNS, DOROTHY MAE -- Dodie -- G.J.C.5 G.A.A. 1, 2.
JOHNSON, ELEANOR MARGARET -- Kit -- From Cen-
tral Hi, Minn.5 Glendale Business College5 World
JOHNSON, PEGGY JANE -- Peg -- Art School 5 French
It 2, 3j 3
JONES, BETTY AMES -- Jonsey
JORDAN, DAN -- Stanford5 Halls 1, 25 Boys' "G" 2, 35
Scribblers' 25 Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 "G" Club
Cleanup 35 Hi Y 2, 3, Pres. 3.
KAVANAGH, PEGGY JANE -- G.J.C.5 Usher 35 Stunt
Party Comm. 2: G.A.A. 15 Uniform Board 35 Music
2, 35 French IQ World Friendship 2.
1 J' 3 jeffd' i fir, 3
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su MER '37 fi
KAVANAGH, ROGER HANNON --Roge-- World
Friendship 33 Track 33 Radio Club 3.
KELEHER, VIRGINIA MARIE -- Goldie -- U.S.C.3 Class
Comm. 33 Halls I, 23 Dance Comm. I, 2, 33 Tennis IQ
Basketball IQ Variety Show 2.
KEYS, EARL A. -- Kaiser -- Basketball 1, 2.
KIPERS, DOROTHY GEAN -- Dottie -- Wichita Hi3
Frank Wiggins3 Cafeteria 2, 33 Explosion Staff 33 Jr.
Prom Comm. 23 Library Staff 1, 33 Spanish 23 Ccrib-
KLAPPER, LEONARD STANLEY -- Red --Bank 1, 2,
33 Jr. Prom Comm. ZQ Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Boys' Service
2, 3, Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 33 Boys' "G" 33 Football I, 2, 33
Golf 2, 33 "G" Club Cleanup 3.
KOEHNLE, ALICIA MARGARET -- G.J.C.3 G.A.A. IQ
Commerce 33 Comites IQ Physiology 3.
KOPLIN, VERA FOY -- Corkey -- Sawyer's Business Col-
lege, Sec. of Finance 2, 33 Bank 1, 2, 33 Commerce 3.
KRUEGER, CHARLES WILLIAM JOHN -- Chuck --
From Franklin Hi3 2nd Period Sec. 33 Boys' Glee 33
Variety Show 33 Orchestra 33 School Play 3.
LAKIN, HERBERT DANIEL -- Dan -- From Grandview
Heights Hi, Columbus, Ohio3 Monthly Dance Comm. 3.
LAPP, VIRGINIA MARIE -- G.J.C.3 Girls' League oHi-
cer 23 Usher 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Girls' Service I, 2, 33
Spanish 1, 23 Girls' Leaders r, 23 Girls' "G" 2, 33
Tennis 2, 33 Volleyball IQ Speedball r.
LEATH, VIRGINIA TAYLOR -- Ginger -- G.J.C.3 Va-
riety Show 3.
LEE, ELYSABETH L. -- Bette -- U.C.L.A.3 Toastmaster's
Contest 23 Honor Soc. IQ G.A.A. IQ Uniform Rep. 1,
23 Music IQ Comites 1, 23 French r, 2, 33 World Friend-
ship IQ Volleyball 1.
LEITCH, NAOMI JEAN -- Muzzy -- G.J.C.3 G.A.A. IQ
Physiology 33 Tennis IQ Variety Show 3.
LIBBY, HELEN M.-- Libby -- G.J.C.3 G.A.A. 1, 33 Vol-
leyball 33 Basketball x.
LICHTY, ROBERT -- Dutch -- From Beverly Hi3 Foot-
LILLYMAN, ROBERT A. -- Bob -- Woodbury's3 Halls
1, 23 Tennis IQ Golf 3.
LINDER, ALICE -- Alicia -- From Huntington Park Hi3
Business Collegeg Dramatics 33 G.A.A. 1, 23 Com-
merce 33 Spanish 1, 2, 3g Basketball r, 23 School Play 3.
LINE, WARREN SCOTT -- Prof -- G.J.C.3 Auditorium
Helper r, 2, 33 Halls 1, 23 Boys' Service 3g Comites I,
23 Board of Control 3.
LITTLE, NORMAN EVERT --Dramatics 1, 2, 33 Va-
riety Show 2, 33 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Forum 23 Dance
LOGAN, DAVID JOHN -- Logie -- U. of Wyoming3 Halls
1, 23 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Comites IQ Football 2Q Mana-
ger Varsity Football 3Q Track 23 Printers' 1.
LOMAX, KATHERINE M. -- Lincoln Hi, Tacoma, Wash-
LOOMIS, BILL R. -- Shorts -- U.C.L.A.3 Student Council
33 Halls 2, 33 Sr. Play 33 School Play 33 Orchestra 23
Band IQ R.O.T.C. Dance Comm. 33 Oflicers' Club 33
Forum 33 Board of Control 33 Rifle Team 2, 33 Ethical
Guidance Council 3.
LOYOLA, NORMA CARMEN -- Redlandsg Sec. of State
33 Halls I, 23 Dance Comm. 33 Uniform Rep. 23 Library
Staff 23 Commerce 33 Physiology 33 Board of Control
23 Variety Show 3.
LUNDBERG, EDWARD R. -- Nib -- California3 Vice-
Pres. Student Body 33 Sweater Comm. 13 Ring and Pin
Comm. 23 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Play-Advertising 33
Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Variety Show 33 Monthly Dance
Comm. 22 Chmn. Monthly Dance 33 Boys' Stag Comm.
33 Backwards Dance 33 Boys' "G" 2, 33 Football 2, 33
Track 1, 23 2nd Period Rep. 1, 2, 3.
LUTTON, MARY JANE -- From Grand Jct. Hi, Colo-
rado3 G.J.C.3 Halls 1, 2, 33 Dramatics 33 Girls'
Service 23 Uniform Board 1, 2, 33 Library Staff 1, 33
World Friendship 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1.
MCCOLLOM, BERK MALCOLM -- Washington State3
Banquet Comm. 33 Jr. Prom Comm. Chmn. 23 Sr. Prom
Comm. Chmn. 33 Football 1, 33 Basketball x3 Track
I, 23 Cross Country 2.
MCCOMB, MARY MARJORIE -- Midge -- L.A.J.C.3 Halls
IQ Varietv Show 1, 2, 33 Music 1, 2, 3, Sec. IQ French
1, 2, 3, Sec. 1.
MCCURDY, LEO CARROLL -- Stanford3 Football 23
Basketball x, 2, 33 Track 2.
MCDONALD, FRANCES VIRGINIA -- Vice-Pres. Class
'37 IQ Girls' League Officer 33 Chmn. Sweater Comm.
IQ Tableau I, 2, 33 Art Editor Stylus 3Q G.A.A. '13
Girls' Service IQ Chmn. Reg. Dress 33 Physiology 33
Somoac 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Scribblers' 33
Volleyball IQ Gym Sec. 13 Variety Show 1, 2, 33 2nd
Period Class Sec. 3.
McFARLAND, DAVID WILLIS -- Mac -- U.C.L.A.3 Aud-
itorium Helper 23 Football 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 33 Bird
McFARLAND, JAMES ELDEN
MCFETRIDGE, ALMA KATHLEEN -- California3 Girls'
League Officer 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom Comm.
33 Physiology 33 Variety Show I.
MacDONALD, RODERICK QUIEN -- Rod -- U.S.C.3
Manager "C" Basketball 23 Manager Baseball 3.
ZANDER, ADDIE ESTHER -- Lee -- Commerce IQ Board
of Control 1.
MARINE, RICHARD ALLEN -- Sec. of Finance 23 Vice-
Pres. Student Body 33 2nd Period Rep. IQ Halls IQ
Bookstore 2, 33 Bank r, 2, 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr.
Prom Comm. 33 Backward Dance Comm. 33 Monthly
Dance Chmn. 33 Boys' Service 23 Variety Show 2, 33
Sr. Play Ticket Comm. 33 Chmn. Commencement 33
Nominating Comm. 3.
MARKS, JAMES W. --Jim -- Football I3 Track x, 2, 3.
MARSHALL, WILLIAM CHANDELEUR -- Bill -- G.J.
C.3 Variety Show 33 R.O.T.C. Ball 33 Printers' 2, 33
Marionette IQ Cine 2, 3, President 3.
Arkansas3 Band 33 Orchestra 33 Dance Comm. 3.
MASTERSON, LUCILLE MABEL -- G.J.C.J Usher 2, 33
G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Girls' Service 1, 23 Uniform Board 3Q
Library Staff 23 Commerce 33 Comites r, 23 Girls'
Leaders IQ Girls' HG" 2, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Ethical
Guidance Council 3.
MATHER, ROY FREDERICK -- Football 2, 33 Track 1,
MATLICK, PHYLLIS MARGARET -- Phyl -- From Cen-
tral Hi, Fort Worth, Texas3 G.J.C.3 Honor Soc. I, 33
Scribblers' 33 Ethical Guidance Council 3.
MENDENHALL, BARBARA JANE -- Minnie -- U.S.C.5
Sr. Prom Comm. 35 French 1, 25 Physiology 3.
MINER, FRANCES G.-- Occidental5 Halls 35 Library
r, 2, 35 Music 3.
MOLEN, FLORA ALICE -- Flo -- G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 World
Friendship 35 Girls' Leaders 25 Girls' "G" 35 Volley-
ball I, 25 Basketball 35 Variety Show x, 35 Marionette
IQ Cine 2, 3.
MOON, LESLIE LEE -- From Franklin Hi5 G.J.C.5 Foot-
ball 25 Track 2, 3.
MOORE, ELAINE IRENE -- Bitsy -- Halls 35 Jr. Prom
Comm. 25 G.A.A. IQ Uniform Board 25 Commerce I, 2,
35 World Friendship 25 Gym Manager 35 Banquet
MOORE, ROSA LA FLOR -- Rosie -- From Messick Hi,
Memphis, Tenn.5 G.J.C.5 G.A.A. 2, 35 World Friend-
ship 3Q Basketball 3.
MORGAN, PATRICIA G. -- Pat -- G.J.C.5 Halls 25 Tab-
leau 35 Girls' Stunt Comm. 35 Sr. Prom Comm. 35
G.A.A. IQ Marionette 15 Cine 2, 35 Somoac 35 Variety
Show 35 Four Arts Program 2.
MURDOCK, BOB LESLIE -- Sidelines -- G.J.C.5 Halls
25 Cafeteria 35 Explosion Staff 3.
MURPHY, WILLIAM DEAN -- Murf -- G.J.C.5 Orches-
tra 1, 2, 35 Track x, 2.
MURRAY, JACK WILLIAM -- U. of Washington5
Monthly Dance Comm. 35 Basketball I, 2, 3.
MUNSON, JUDITH -- Judy -- G.J.C.5 Jr. Class Rep. 25
Treas. Sr. Class 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Class Party
35 Halls 25 Explosion Staff 35 Operetta 35 Monthly
Dance Comm. 1, 25 Sr. Dues Dance Comm. 35 Uniform
Rep. 31 French 1, 25 Physiology 35 Variety Show 2, 3.
NAKAMURA, NASAMI -- From Pacific Grove Hi5 Stan-
ford5 N.A.S.S. 35 Track 1, 2, 3.
NELSON, OLIVER WESLEY-- Noodles -- Halls 1, 2, 35
Variety Show 2, 35 Honor Soc. 1, 2, 35 Library Staff
2, 35 Music 35 Forum 35 Spanish 25 Track 25 Stage
Crew 35 R.O.T.C. 2, 35 Ridgeway Club 1, 2, 3.
NEVILLE, JACK HAROLD --Jack --From East Hi,
Green Bay, Wisconsin.
NEWLAND, ANNIE JANE -- Annie -- Pomona5 Music
31 World Friendship 2.
NICHOLS, TIM -- Nick -- U.S.C.5 Class Comm. I5 Tab-
leau I5 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Party Comm. 35 Track
35 2nd Period Rep.
NIGHTINGALE, VICTORIA MARY E. -- Vicky -- G.J.
C.5 G.A.A. 2, 35 French 1, 25 World Friendship 3.
NISHIO, SUMIKO ROSE -- G.J.C.5 Bank 2, 35 Com-
merce 2, 3.
OLIVER, DORIS MURIEL -- Dodie -- From North Holly-
wood Hi5 Operetta 35 G.A.A. 35 French 35 World
Friendship 35 Girls, Leaders 35 Hockey 3.
OREAR, VIRGINIA PAULINE -- G.J.C.5 Honor Soc. 1,
2, 35 Comites I5 Physiology 3.
ORMSBY, MAIDA LOU -- Lou-Lou -- G.J.C.5 Halls IQ
Operetta 35 Oratorical Tableau t5 G.A.A. x, 2, 35 Girls'
Service IQ Music 1, 2, 35 Girls, Leaders IQ Girls' "G"
2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 Variety Show 3.
OSBORN, PHYLLIS KATHRYN -- Phil -- G.J.C.5 G.A.A.
1, 2, 35 Comites IQ Tennis 35 Hockey 35 Girls' Lead-
OSBORN, RUTH --From Franklin, Antelope Valley5
Wheaton College5 Scribblers' 35 Library Staff 2, 35
Honor Soc. I, 2.
OSLER, PAUL LLOYD -- Os -- From Gregory Hi, South
Dakotag G.J.C.5 Basketball 2, 3, Captain 3.
OTTO, PHYLLIS LORETTA -- G.J.C.5 Halls 1, 35 Usher
1, 2, 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Philanthropic Comm. SQ
G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 35 World Friendship IQ
Girls' Leaders 1, 2, Pres. 25 Girls' "G" 2, 35 Tennis
1, 35 Speedball 25 Gym Sec. 2.
PARKER, JAMES C. -- Washington State5 Halls 1, 2, 35
Boys' Service 1, 2, 35 Boys' "G" 35 Football 1, 2, 35
Basketball IQ Printers' 1.
PASLEY, JOYCE JENA LEE --Paz -- G.J.C.5 Dance
Comm. 35 Girls' Service 35 Uniform Board 35 Music
35 Girls' Glee 32 Variety Show 3.
PAULLIN, ROBERT D. -- Bud -- From Broadview Acad-
emy, La Grange, Illinois5 Pasadena J.C.5 Printers' 35
Cine Club 3.
PENBERTHY, MARY -- Scripps College5 Announcement
Comm. 35 Honor Soc. 2, 35 French 1, 2, 35 Somoac 3Q
Scribblers' 2, 3.
PENBERTHY, PAUL -- Penny -- Stanford5 N.A.S.S. 35
Comites IQ Basketball 25 Track 1, 2, 3.
PETERS, MEREDITH MARIE -- Pete -- G.J.C.5 Cabi-
net 35 Girls' League 35 Halls 25 Usher 1, 2, 35 G.A.A.
1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 35 Uniform Board IS Forum 35
Physiology 35 Girls' Leaders 1 5 Girls' HG" 2, 35 Tennis
I, 2, SQ Volleyball IQ Speedball IQ Basketball IQ Swim-
PETERSON, WILLIAM EDWARD -- Mr. Ghost -- G.J.
C.5 Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm. 35 Halls IQ
Explosion Staff 35 Variety Show 1, 2, 35 Stylus Dance
Comm. 15 Library Comm. 25 Sr. Dues Dance Comm. 35
Library Stal? 25 Basketball 25 Comites 15 World Friend-
ship 35 Cine 35 French 1, 25 Forum 25 Chess IQ Library
Commiss. 25 Monthly Dance Comm. 3.
PROCTOR, DON RILEY -- U.C.L.A.5 Halls 35 Dramatics
35 Honor Soc. 35 Boys' Service 35 Tennis 2, 3.
RAINE, PEARL JANE --Jennie -- From Alexander Ham-
ilton5 Commerce 31 Spanish 1, 2.
REED, PEGGY -- Peg -- G.J.C.5 Operetta 2, 35 Girls'
Glee 2, 3.
REED, RALPH ACKERMAN -- Football 1, 25 Golf 2, 3.
REID, CATHERINE -- G.J.C.5 Variety Show 25 Usher
35 Honor Soc. 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 35
Comites 1' French 3Q Girls' Leaders 25 Girls' "G" 32
Scribblers' 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 35 Volleyball
1, 2, 35 Speedball IQ Basketball 15 Hockey 1, 25 Base-
RITTENHOUSE, MARJORIE AMY -- Mar -- From Ful-
lerton Hi5 Library Staff 1, 25 Physiology 3.
ROBINSON, ELLEN MYRA -- Nellie -- G.J.C.3 Library
Staff 33 Phvsiologv 2, 3.
RUSSELL, MARILYNN ANNE -- Daisy -- From Hoover
Hi3 G.A.A. 2, 33 Commerce 33 Girls' Leaders 33 Ten-
nis 23 Basketball 23 Hockey 2, 3.
SAFLEY, SARA LOUISE -- G.J.C., Publicity Girls'
League 33 Explosion Staff 33 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 French
1, 2, 33 World Friendship 1.
SAILER, MARTHA LEE -- Gob -- SaWyer's Business Col-
lege, Sr. Commencement 33 Girls' League Friendship
13 G. L. Welfare 33 Jr. Rep. Uniform Board 23 Com-
merce 1, 2.
SALT, GEORGE WILLIAM -- Bill -- California3 Halls
IQ Dramatics 33 Honor Soc. 33 Boys' Service 33 Forum
33 Somoac 32 Tennis 33 Board of Control 3.
SALTER, JOHN WILLIAM -- ,lack -- G.I.C.3 Band 1, 33
SCATCHARD, BETTY -- From Chester Hi.
SCHRECK, RAYMOND EDWARD -- Ray -- U.C.L.A.3
Band I3 Honor Soc. 33 Sec. Boys' Service 33 Hi Y 33
Football 2, 32 Track 23 2nd Period Sec. 3.
SHAVER, WILLIAM WALLACE -- Wally -- U.C.L.A.3
Halls 2, 33 Dance Comm. 33 Football IQ Track 1.
SEARLE, PHYLLIS HELEN -- G.J.C.Q School Play 33
Honor Soc. 1, 33 Comites IQ Forum 33 Somoac 32
Scribblers' 33 Stunt Party Comm. 23 Editor Verse Book .3
SEVY, MARJORIE MALLISSIA -- Margie -- Halls 1, 2,
33 Operetta 33 Tableau 23 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom
Comm. 33 Music 1, 33 French 1, 23 Physiology 33 Jr.
Commiss. 23 Variety Show 3.
SHAUG, DOROTHY LOUISE -- Dotty -- G.J.C., Halls
A i3 DanceTComm. 33 French 23 Physiology 3.
SIMERMAN, BETTY JANE -- Occidental College3 Oper-
etta 2, 33 Honor Soc. 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Girls' Service
33 Music 1, 2, 33 Girls' Leaders 23 Girls' "G" 33 Girls'
Glee 23 jr. Commiss. 23 Tennis 33 Basketball 23 Hockey
33 Baseball 2.
SITNEK, ALEXANDER JOHN -- Alex -- From Princeton
Township Hi3 Woodbury's Business College3 Sr. Prom
Comm. 3. -
SLATTERY, JEANNETTE CAROL -- G.J.C.3 Girls'
League Friendship Comm. 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Spanish
23 Girls' Leaders 23 Girls' "G" 33 Tennis 23 Volley-
ball ZQ Hockey 33 Girls' Emblem 3.
SMITH, ARLA DELLE -- Adalaine -- Pasadena Play-
house3 Uniform Board IQ Social Board Girls' League 32
Halls IQ Variety Show 1, 2, 33 School Play 33 Dramatics
33 Monthly Dance Comm. 2, 33 Song Leader 23 Vice-
Pres. 1, Sec. 2 French Club3 Physiology 33 Somoac 2,
3, Sec. 3.
SMITH, BARBARA -- G.I.C.3 Stylus Staff 33 School Play
33 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Stunt Party Comm. 33 Forum 33
Spanish 23 World Friendship 23 Variety Show 1, 2, 3.
SMITH, EZRA JOSEPH -- Ez -- G.J.C.S Vice-Pres. Boys'
League 33 Halls 33 Sports Ed. Explosion 33 Jr. Prom
Comm. 23 Monthly Dance Comm. 33 Treasurer N.A.S.S.
2, 33 Comites 1, 23 Boys' "G" 2, 33 Treasurer 13 Track
1, 2,33 HiY2, 3.
SMITH, OWEN GUINN -- U.S.C.3 Snapshot Ed. Stylus
33 Dance Comm. 33 Chrmn. Music Sr. Tag Dance 33
Treasurer N.A.S.S. 33 Comites IQ Football 2, 33 Basket-
ball 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 3.
SPANGLER, CHESTER E. -- Stanford3 Jr. Prom Comm.
23 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Halls 1, 2, 33 Stylus Staff 33
Monthly Dance Comm. 33 Comites 1, 23 Track 3.
SMITH, KATHERINE VIRGINIA -- Kitty -- Stanford 3-
Regulated Dress Chmn. 23 Sec. and Vice-Pres. Girls"
League 33 Halls 1, 23 Roll Room Rep. 2, 33 Variety
Show 23 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Back-
wards Dance Comm. 33 Monthly Dance Comm. 22
G.A.A. 1, 23 Girls' Service 23 Uniform Board IQ Physi-
ology 33 Emblem 33 Jr. Stunt Act 23 Sr. Stunt Act 3.
SMITH, NADINE P. -- Dean -- From Bakesrfield Hi5
G,-I.C.5 World Friendship 3.
SMITH, MARGARET OLIVE -- G.J.C.5 Halls IQ Girls'
League Welfare Comm. 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Library Staff
35 Commerce 35 Physiology 35 Girls' Leaders 25 Girls'
"G" 25 Emblem 3.
SNOW, MARGARET -- G.J.C.5 Usher 1, 2, 35 Dance
Comm. 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Spanish 1, 25 Physiology 35
Girls' Leaders 1, 25 Girls' "G" 2, 35 Tennis I, 2, 35
Speedball 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3.
SNOW, NATALIE BURR -- G.j.C.5 Jr. Prom Comm. 25
G.A.A. x, 25 Somoac 35 Girls' Leaders IQ Tennis 15
Speedball I5 Basketball IQ Uniform Monitor.
SNYDER, THEABELLE -- Bill -- From Central Hig Lima,
STALDER, JANET -- Operetta 2, 35 Honor Soc. I, 2, 35
G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Service 2, 35 Music 1, 2, 35
Spanish 2: Girls' Leaders 25 Girls' "G" 35 Tennis 2,
35 Baseball 2.
STEINHAGEN, DoRR1s ELAINE -- G.A.A. 1, 2, com-
merce 1, 25 Emblem 2.
STERN, EUGENE -- California5 Cabinet 35 Auditorium
Helper 1, 2, 35 Halls 1, 25 Dramatics 35 Oratorical SQ
Honor Soc. I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 25 Boys' Service I, 2, 3,
Pres. 35 Comites I, 25 Chmn. Board of Control 35
Forum 35 Saber 3.
STONE, RUTH FAYETTE -- G.J.C.5 Uniform Board
IQ Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3.
STORMS, CHARLES -- Windy -- Halls 35 Sr. Prom
Comm. 35 Comm. Sr. Dues Dance 35 World Friend-
ship 35 Cine 3.
SULLIVAN, ANNA RUTH -- Sully -- Bank 25 G.A.A.
IQ Commerce I, 2, 35 Volleyball 1.
SWEET, RALPH DIX '
SWING, BERTHA MARY -- Bettie -- G.J.C.5 G.A.A. 1,
2, 35 Uniform Rep. 25 World Friendship 35 Girls'
Leaders 25 Tennis 25 Jr. Commissioner 2.
TANABE, EDWARD S. --From McKinley Hi5 Business
Collegeg Rooters' Club5 RiHe Team 3.
TARTER, JACK -- Tarzan -- Halls 2.
TAVASTI, ROY -- G.J.C.5 jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom
Comm. 35 Basketball 25 Track 2.
TAYLOR, HARRY ARCHIE - U.C.L.A.5 R.O.T.C. Dance
Comm. 35 Basketball 3.
THOMAS, MAXINE RUTH -- Tommy -- U.C.L.A.5 Halls
IQ Jr. Prom Comm. 25 Sr. Prom Comm 35 Uniform
Board I, 25 Music 25 World Friendship 1.
THOMAS, DORIS MARY -- Bobbie -- From Hoover Hi5
G.J.C.5 Jr. Rep. Girls' League 35 Girls' Glee 35 Halls 2.
THOMAS, VIRGINIA RUTH -- Gynn -- U.C.L.A.Q Halls
r, 2Q Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Honor
Soc. 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Spanish 1, 23 World Friendship
IQ Girls' Leaders I, 2, 33 Volleyball 13 Speedball IQ
Hockey 2, 33 2nd Period Rep. 3.
TINGLE, BENJAMIN H. -- Ben -- Alabama3 Band 1, 2,
33 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Boys' "G" I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2,
33 Football I, 2, 33 Basketball I, 23 Baseball I, 2, 33
Hi Y 2, 3.
TOBIN, KENNETH F. --Toby -- From Ellendale, North
Dakota3 G.J.C.3 Basketball 3.
TOMASO, LORRAINE -- Tomato -- U.C.L.A.3 Publicity
Girls' League 33 jr. Prom Comm. ZQ Sr. Prom Comm.
33 Backwards Dance 33 Jr. Comm. 33 Stylus Staff 33
Explosion Staff 33 Stunt Party Comm. 33 G.A.A. 1, 23
Uniform Board 1, 2, 33 Comites IQ French 2, 33 Volley-
ball IQ 2nd Period Sec. 3.
TOMLINSON, MARTHANN -- M a r ty -- Sec. Girls'
League 32 Halls 33 Tableau 23 Jr. Prom Comm. 23
Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Sr. Dues Dance 33 Spanish 23 Vice-
Pres. Physiology 33 Scribblers' 33 Nurse's Sec. 1.
TROWBRIDGE, CHARLES EDGAR -- Chuch -- Wash-
ington State3 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom Comm. 33
Halls IQ Monthly Dance Comm. 33 Sr. Party Comm.
33 Hi Y 1, 2, 33 "G" Club x, 2, 3, Sergeant at Arms 33
Commerce 23 Printers' 23 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball
IQ Track 2, 33 "G" Club Cleanup 3.
WAGNER, HELEN HOWARD -- Wag -- From Chinaak,
Montana3 Missoula University3 Baccalaureate Comm.
33 Halls 23 Uniform Board 33 Physiology 3.
WALES, ED RAY --Blondy
WEBBER, WYLO CAROLYN -- G.J.C.3 Graduation
Comm. 33 Jr. Comm. 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom
Comm. 33 Girls' League Welfare Comm. 3g French I,
2, 33 World Friendship 13 Variety Show 2.
WEIDE, ROBERT WARREN -- Bob -- U.S.C.3 Explosion
Staff 33 Bank 33 jr. Prom Comm. 23 Sr. Prom Comm.
33 Spanish 23 Cine 2, 31 Tableau 2.
WELSH, MADELYN -- Mad -- Woodbury's Business Col-
lege3 Girls' League Officer 33 Class Officer 1, 23 Com-
merce 2, 3.
WHITE, CLARENCE -- Tweeke
WIAN, DORIS ANN -- Dottie -- Woodbury's3 Girls' Stunt
Party Comm. 33 Commerce I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3.
WILLEY, MARY IAYNE -- Variety Show 23 Girls' Glee
WILSON, DOROTHY HART -- Dot
WILSON, MAY EVALYN -- Evey -- From Stephenville,
WOOD, BILL HILL - Willie
WOOD, IOT CALVIN -- Rembrandt -- Chounaird Art
Schoolg Halls 2.
WOOLLACOTT, BERRI C. -- Chounaird Art School3
Girls' League 1, 2, 3, Social Chmn. IQ Sec. 23 Program
Chmn. 33 Class Sec. 2Q Sweater Comm. IQ Ring and
Pin Comm. 23 Chmn. Class Gift 33 Halls IQ Variety
Show x, 2, 33 Tableau 2, 33 Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Monthly
Dance Comm. 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 23 Uniform Board 1, 23
Sec. Marionette Club IQ World Friendship I, 23 Physi-
ology 2, 3, Treas. 23 Sr. Banquet Comm. 3.
WRIGHT, JACK -- From Roosevelt H.S., Seattle, Wash-
ington, Check Room 3.
YODER, VINCENT STANLEY -- Yoder -- G.J.C.3 Halls
1, 23 Jr. Comm. ZF Boys' ,Service 23 Chess IQ Bird
tClub 1, 2.
' YORK, BERTHA HAROLDEAN -- Swing -- U.S.C.3
Commencement Comm. 33 Halls 23 Variety Show 1,
2, 33 Monthly Dance Comm. 1, 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 2Q
Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Stunt Party Comm. 2, 31 Song
Leader 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Uniform Board IQ Commerce
1, 2, 33 World Friendship 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 23 Speed-
ball 1, 23 Basketbal 1, 23 Hockey 1 ,2.
ZAREMBA, HELEN JOSEPHINE -- Rumba -- G.J.C.g
Variety Show 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3Q Library Staff 33 Music
33 Girls' Leaders IQ Girls' "G" 2, 33 Girls' Glee 3g
Tennis 1, 2, 3.
ZUNIGA, ARTHUR- Art -- Library Staff 23 Printers' 1,
2, 3Q Football 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 3.
AUGUSTINE, MARY PHYLLIS -- Phish -- From Pleas-
antville Hi, Iowa3 G.J.C.3 Cafeteria 31 G.A.A. 3.
ANDERSON, MARIAN LUCILLE -- Woodbury's Busi-
ness College: Variety Show 3.
ROGERS, JAMES ALBERT -- R e d -- From Elsinore
Union Hig Cafeteria 3.
During the past semester the junior and sophomore classes have been
engaged in many student activities.
Several outstanding events have been included in the junior class pro-
gram. Outstanding among these was the Junior Prom which, with its
Maytime theme and appropriate setting, was climaxed by the crowning
of the Prom Queen.
Representatives of the junior class took active part in the annual ora-
torical contest. They have been outstanding in sports, drama, art, and
all student acitvities.
Although the sophomores are comparatively new to the school tradi-
itons, the class promises to be one Whose records will surpass those of
They had excellent participaiton in the oraotrical contest, have fur-
nished coming leaders in several fields, contributed well toward athleitc
material, and will in the next two years lead Glendale High School.
CLASS '38 CLASS '39
FRANK CLARK - - - - President - - MARGARET ANN DAVEY
MARGARET ADAMS - - - Vice President - - ANNA LOU SCHOOLEY
KATHERINE BYRAM ---- Secretary ----- FELICE ESTERLY
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First Semester. Mary Hensler, Editor, Elaine Beckett, Lois Cheek, Alice
Westover, Evelyn Garner, Bob Murdock, Kent Harmon, Betty Lou
Helmle, Stanley Hoare, Marye Louise Johnson, Dorothy Kipers, Reid
Necker, Lorraine Tomaso, Robert Weide.
Second Semester. Barbara Lee Bellah, Editor, Sara Safely, Patty Caddell,
Carol Beedle, Phyllis Frame, Barbara Gauntlett, Betty Carson Dou
Clarke, Bill Peterson D h
, orot y Van, Ray Haddock, George Steidle,
Barbara Durley, Ezra Smith, Judith Munson, P F
at lanagan, Naomi
shom, Gertrude Heuer, Mr. L. M. Smith, Adviser.
David Houghton, Virginia McDonald, Shirley Frampton, Naomi
Eshom, Betty Lou Helmle Stanley Hoare T G
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Small, hesitant steps, clicking doubtfully along the halls
Quick, thoughtful steps, losing themselves in the echoes
Skylight after skylight,
Slamming doors far off,
The sweep, swush, shleep of the janitor's brush,
An empty school.
Quick, joyful steps, dashing madly through the crowd,
Firm, strolling steps, gaily mingling with a friend's,
Smiling eyes twinkling,
Brightest smiles grinning,
The tinkle, bellow, guffaw of the children's laughs.
The friendliest spot on earth:
A crowded school.
PHYLLIS HELEN SE.-XRLE
VERSE BOOK-FOUR ARTS
The Scribblers' Club, one of the oldest in the school, has been sponsored
by Miss Frances Hall since 1930. It was organized by Mrs. Ruth Sherin.
The Four Arts Program presented annually by the Club is one of its
four objectives. This event, one of the unique traditions of our school, is
an incentive to the expression of student creative ability in drama, poetry,
stories, essays, music, choreography, and other arts.
To stimulate quality of literary effort is a second goal. This is accom-
plished through the competitive submission of manuscripts upon which
club membership is based. A Waiting list proves this service.
Quantity along With quality is our third aim. Our membership is limited
to twenty-five. In that Way We obtain the cream of the best writing ability
in Glendale High School. With a small group each member produces more.
Close criticism can more easily be made before the work is sent to publishers
Our fourth, but not least objective, is to edit the Verse Book, a publica-
tion for Which any student may submit his Work. The illustrations are
produced by the Art Department, while the Verse Book itself is put out by
the Printing Class. Thus, in this one publication recognition is offered tc
poets, artists, and printers. An outstanding feature of the Verse Book for
1937 is the photographic illustrations taken and developed by the Cine Club.
VVhile the Scribblers' Club is primarily a literary organization, We en-
courage creative ability in other fields through our publications and
None of these four purposes which we try hard to fulfill could be accom-
plished Without the guidance and encouragement of our popular sponsor,
herself an author, Miss Frances Hall.
BARBARA L. GREENWOOD
President of Scribblers' Club
Spring of 1937
GLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Headed by perky Nlolly Johnston, the Glendale High School Band
marched through a hugely successful season. The band, now composed of
fifty members, is growing steadily every year and, as a result of instruction
in instrument training, is reported to be the best since 1932.
On Armistice night the band appeared in their new red and black uni-
forms which were purchased from student body funds. The occasion was
the annual Glendale-Hoover football game at the Pasadena Rose Bowl.
Under the able direction of Mr. Harry Anderson, remarkable progress
has been made. Appearances have been made at the Rose Bowl, all school
pep assemblies, at the Parent-Teacher Convention, a Boy Scout conclave,
the opening of Christmas Tree Lane, and on many
other important occasions.
Direr-for - - H. W. AND13RsoN
Drum Major- MoLLY JOHNSTON
Trumprts: Marian Bailey, Emmie Sue Davey, Robert Bedford,
Harry Clewley, Earl Jacobs, William Swain, Don Harrison,
Roger Zierenberg, Walter Brunner, Joe Hester, Robert Still-
man, Maurice Gillies, Eddy Custer, Don Israel, Melvin Harrel,
Baritonzf: Don Wimpress, Raymond Hellman, Jerry Aldridge.
Souraphone: Billy Dodson, -Fred Heyle.
Clarinftrf Paula Otto, jack Tiedeman, Bob Ream, Sarah Bierma,
Hibard West, Evelyn West, Evelyn Rogers, Alex Forstall,
Pirfolo: Louis Lewis, Elmer Chrisman.
Szzxoplzoner: John Perkins, Ben Tingle, james Andrews.
Frrnfh Horm: Donald Van, Franklyn Goshorn.
Trombonns: Dean Daniels, Joyce Bullock, jack Yates, Howard
Butterfield, Darrel Bartelme, Lon Massey, Guy Holloway,
Henry Helfrick, john Koehnle, jim Wilson.
Drums: Stanley Griffin, Harold Freeman, Calvin Knecht, Bill
Violins. Leo Behrens, Betty Green, Bob Hanson,
Charles Krueger, David Silberberg, Elmer
Hyde, Gertrude Heuer, Earl Catrtmill, Vivian
Cowen, Donna Whitaker, Adele Helfend, Jean-
nette Werner, Alice Shattuck, Melvina Snider,
Merlin Simpson, Norman Erickson, Robert
Cfllor. Virginia Riley, Jack Cross, Barbara
Greenwood, Avalee Durham.
Bauer. Billy Dodson, Yvonne Courtenaye.
Fluiey. Bill Murphy, David McMasters.
Oboe. Russell Blair.
- H. W. ANDERSON
Clarinftx. Harold Holmes, Vera Williams, Eve-
lyn Rogers, Muriel Peet.
Barroon. Mary Zimmerman.
Frrnrh Horn. Franklin Goshorn.
Trumpatr. Harry Clewley, Earl Jacobs, Charles
Webb, Florence Haskell, Charles Sickenger,
Trombonar. George Helms, john Koehnle, Lon
Massey, Jim Wilson.
Parcurrion. Stanley Griffin, Vurl Baker.
Piano and Organ. Barbara Brown, Mabel Gun-
nerson, Wylie Eaton.
From top to bottom
Left row. Edward Parkin, Charles Krueger, James Babcock, Max Butcher
Austin Dabell, Bob Daly, Donald Elshire, Eugene Howard.
Right row. Earl Jacobs, Joe Michiels, Earl Ralph, Bill Reilly, Jim Rose
brough, Don Spencer, Jim Swartley, Art Thompson.
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Frottt top to bottom '
Le I row. Dolores Rich, liloise Reid, Zane Runnalls, Helen Hairgrove
ane O Brien Marian Baker Helen Mussetter Doris Thomas Lva
Center row. Mary Joy Cory, Peggy Reed, Helen Armstrong, Betty Ann
Hall, Marie Belnap, Eileen Linkogel, Bernice Lazare, Ruth liilert,
Ruth Stone, Luella Haines. '
l'VIay Cuppfjoyce Pasley, Visrian Dvncaeniievada Beclrer+ i 5 4+
Right row. Ruth Paugh, Margaret Bott, Barbara Kelly, Doris VVilson, K
Florence Hendricks, Jeanne Acheson, Evelyn Bentley, Rosema y Horn- X N Rfk, '
ridge, Helen Zaremba, Vera Gerard. IW - fx N'
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Glendale High's annual Christmas program presented a colorful pageant
of the shepherds in the fields on the holy night while Watching over their
llocksg the descent of the angels from heaven to the lowly mangerg the three
kings who followed the star in the East. And finally the awe-inspiring scene
of Christ in the small manger and the Virgin lVlary singing softly to this
new born king.
The music on the program was arranged and directed by bliss Zula
Zeigler and Nlrs. Florence Parker. bliss Esther Crandall designed and
made the costumes and scenery.
THE SENIOR PLAY
The Senior Class of 1937 presented The Late Christopher Bean, by
Sidney Howard, under the direction of Nlarion L. Underwood. lVliss
listher Crandall was technical director and assisted by Ted Green, stage
manager. Student directors of the performance were Barbara Lee Bellah
and Jeanne Barnum.
Dr. Haggett - - - Bill Salt, Eugene Marias
Susan Haggett - Arla Delle Smith, Lillianne Flaten
Abbey ------ Barbara Tesche
Mrs. Haggett ---- Ruth Addison
Ada Haggett - Marjorie Ream, Elaine Beckett
VVarren Creamer ---- jimmy Powell
Tallant - ---- Bob Clark
Rosen - - David Dekker
Davenport ------ Bill Loomis
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VARIETY SHOW r"'
"Swingtime" was the lively theme of the Annual Variety Show of 1937,
held March 11th and 12th in the Glendale High auditorium.
Act I was presented by the R.0.T.C. featuring a drill team commanded
by Lieut. Gene York.
Alex Forestall and Bill Anderson, Muriel Poggi and Dorothy Mc-
Farland participated in Act H, a curtain act.
Act Ill, "Chonita,'l a gypsy operetta, was given by the combined Glee
Clubs and Voice class under the direction of Zula M. Zeigler and Florence
E. Parker. U
Act IV, a curtain act, featured a tap dance by Dorothy Lee Core, and
a solo by Marjorie Cawthorn. i
Act V, the Girls' League Act, was "Swingtime In Toyland," directed
by Barbara Lee Hawley, president of the Girls' League.
Act VI-"Ballet Stratospheric"-a ballet designed to accent dimension
in form, space, and time. Presented in patterns and shadows by a group
of dancers. Bill Marshall was the student director and designer, Miss Jean
Abel, faculty advisor. '
Act VH, curtain act, was presented by Elmer Champion, cowboy yodeler,
and Lois Bell, tap dancer.
Act VIH-"Melodies from Spain"-was a piano duo by Betty Selby
and Carol Lou Haddock.
Act IX-"A Market Scene in lVIartinique"-presented by the French
Department under the direction of Miss Dorothy Gilson.
Act X featured a solo by Ray Greenwalt, a reading by Gertrude Heuer,
and a bolero by Lee Duncan.
Act XI-A one-act play, "Red Carnationsl'-was presented by the
Drama Department, directed by Marion L. Underwood. The parts were
taken by Bill Salt, R. C. Franklin, and Phyllis Frame.
Miss Esther Crandall was Technical Director of the Variety Show and
was assisted by Ted Green, Stage Manager, Margaret White, Electrician,
and the other members of the stage crew.
"The Purple Mask," a romantic comedy in five acts, was presented
by the Glendale High School students under the direction of Miss Marian
L. Underwood, on May 27 and 28 in the auditorium.
Jeanne Barnum was student director in charge, and also assisted Phyllis
Searle with the costumes.
The play is laid in France about 1803 during the Royalist conspiracy
against the government.
Armand, Comte de Trevieres
The Marquis de Clamorgan
Monsieur de Moreleve -
Laurette de Chateaubriand
Brisquet - - -
Valentine Boudet -
The Abbe Brochard -
Captain Lavernais - -
The Duc de Chateaubriand
Madame Anais - -
2nd customer -
The Vecomte de Morsanne
The Baron de Vivonne -
Madame de Breau -
Bernard - - -
Bastien - - -
A Sergeant of Police
Keeper of the Toll Gates
A sergeant of the Toll Gates
Brigadier Mallard - -
Brigadier Caron - -
Ist Dandy -
2nd Dandy - -
- Bill Salt
- Eugene Stern
- - Bob Clark
Barbara Lee Bellah
- Lynn Walker
- Phyllis Frame
- Pat Miller
- Bill Loomis
- Janice Baker
Arla Delle Smith
Carol Lou Haddock
- - Lauretta Myers
- Barbara Smith
- Dick Bond
- Alice Linder
- jack Crawford
- Tom Smith
- Donald Proctor
- Norman Little
R, C. Franklin
- Alvin Hart
- Joe Michiels
Miss Esther Crandall was technical director, manager, and designer
of the scenery. The stage crew also assisted Miss Crandall in the stage
Picture PUBLIC Animas
Top t .
hn Keller Bill Mabiy
Seated. Peter Kafitz, Jo ,
Standing. A 'll Keith
Kenneth Adams, Bi
Center Picture. USHERS.
Row 1. Nleredith Peters, lVIar-
garet Snow, Catherine Reid.
Row 2. Freda Fleming, Juanita
Gossman, Wilma Dobbins,
Phyllis Otto, Rae Ellen Cole,
Mary Lou Andrews, Helen
Row 3. Nellie Jane Ford, Mar-
jorie Holner, Martha Glenn,
Lois Miner, Nancy Findlay.
Bottom Picture, STAGE CREVV.
Row I. Larry Entrekin, Te
Green, Stage Managerg Bev-
erly Gruehl, Dick Phillips, Bill
Thompson, Miss Crandall,
Dan Wenk, Assistant Man-
agerg Margaret White, Albert
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GIRLS' STUNT PARTY
Coming as a Halloween event, the annual Girls' Stunt Party brightened
the calendar on October 30, 1936, and will be remembered as one of the
most successful ever held.
Nlary Louise Johnson, Girls' League president, headed the Central
Committee with Barbara Tesche as her assistant. Two faculty members,
Mrs. lNIoyse and Miss Nlanetta, lent their assistance to this group.
A clever stunt directed by Rosemary Kauffman captured first prize for
the Seniors--the theme being that of a l'Wishing Well.l, The Junior Stunt,
headed by Jeanne Franklin, presented an entertaining skit in form of a
"Radio Program." The Sopho-
mores, organized by Harriet Padg-
ett, put forth their efforts on a
clever interpretation of "Little Red
Riding Hoodf' The faculty stunt,
always good-but this year unusu-
ally entertaining, used the theme of
"An Old Fashioned Calisthenics
The audience enjoyed the Cur-
tain Acts with the singing of Rose-
mary Bowman and of the trio of
Katherine Van den Berg, Betty
Tingle, and Betty Jane Uncles. An
amusing Dutch dance was presented
by Arla Delle Smith and Betsy
At the close of the program, the
audience adjourned to the Girls'
Gymnasium where dancing was en-
joyed to the music of Bill Wood
and his orchestra. Berri VVOolacott,
dressed in an exaggerated fan-danCer's costume, was awarded the Costume
prize. Judy Munson and Betty Carson won the prize fox trot.
A grand march of all those attending followed-displaying the many
clever costumes, among which were costumes representing foieign coun-
tries, current fads, and other amusing ideas.
' " ' P' 'd t from Hoover
Guests of the evening Were the Gills League Iesi en
High School, Nlarjorie Brown, and her Cabinet.
Giving much time and hard Work to make the Stunt Party a success
Were the co
mmittee chairmen and their advisers as follows:
Clzairmfn MUSIC I4d'Ui.ft'l'.9'
PATTY CADDELL MRS. GOLDSMITH
LAN MRS. HOWTON
BARBARA SMITH MISS FIELD
PEGGY HAILS MISS LEONARD
GROUNDS AND DOORS
PEGGY ELLIS Mxss KNIGHT
MARY Lou ANDREWS MISS HAIRGRovE
ROSEMARY KAUFFMAN Mxss LABEL
JEANNE FRANKLIN MISS ELAM
HARRIETT PADGETT MRS. MACDGNALIJ
GIRLS' STUNT PARTY COMMITTEE
BOYS' STAG PARTY
Fathers and sons were everywhere in evidence on November 6, in the
Boys' Gym, for the occasion was the annual Boys' Stag Party.
First n the program was a thrilling practice basketball game in the
gymnasi1E1,betw+en the Dynamiters' Varsity team and a snappy team
from another league.
This over, the audience was told to go to the auditorium, where the
remainder of the excellent program Was presented.
Headed by Art Mose, gymnastics instructor at the Y.M.C.A., two
husky lads gave an amazing exhibition of agility and strength on the
parallel and horizontal bars.
Chief James E. Davis, of the Los Angeles Police Department, then
presented his crack pistol team, and the audience gasped at their feats of
accuracy and coordination.
Well satisfied, the audience then quitted the auditorium and moved to
the lunch stand, Where they received a substantial lunch, thus completing
an enjoyable evening.
The annual Senior Prom was held on December I2, in the girls' gym.
Jimmy Bittick's orchestra supplied the music for the evening.
Winter VVonderland with its Arctic setting of polar bears, penguins and
icebergs adorned the Walls of the gym. Two snow-clad Christmas trees
stood in front of the Windows at each end of the floor, adding true Christ-
mas spirit to such a wintry but Welcome affair.
Chairmen of Committees
Music ----- Richard Marine
Refreshments - - Sue Stillman
Floor - - - - Bill Dewey
Decorations - - Berk McCollum
Tickets and Programs - Junior Paola
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'lMay Day Coronationu as the theme set the scene for a colorful and
gay Junior Prom on the evening of May Ist in the girls' gym.
Elaborate decorations transformed the gym into a festival of blossoms
and balloons which adorned the walls and surrounded the throne of the
May Queen. A huge sunflower hung from the ceiling and spread its yellow
petals to all corners of the gym.
Jeanne Atcheson was chosen and crowned as Prom Queen. Her at-
tendants, Margaret Adams, Margorie Proctor, Peggy Jane Cross, Kathryn
Byram, Barbara Van Luven, and Marion Burton escorted her to the
throne, where she was presented the crown by Frank Clark, Junior class
lfVinners of the prize fox-trot were Virginia Bogart and Frank Clark,
who were each given a golden cup.
Don Ricardo and his swing orchestra furnished music for the "May
Those responsible for one of the most successful Proms Glendale has
ever enjoyed were:
1VI11sic'.' Jay Perrin, chairman, Breck Chenoweth, lVleran Barsam, Albert
Licht, Jess Watson, Dot Mactoff, Lorraine Mclntyre.
Cup Commillee: Kathryn Byram, chairman, Virginia Bogart, Marjorie
Floor: Louis Maas, chairman, Bob Hart.
Ref1'eshmenls: Lonelle Erickson, chairman, Alice Beetle, June
Chefk Room: Bill Curry, chairman, Richard Howe.
fidfverlising: Harvey Powelson, chairman, Kenneth Erlandson, Frank
Albert, Patrick Bowers, Jacqueline Lutton, James Muller, Hal Kauffman,
Tirleels: Al Wilson, Doug Kilgour, Bill Keith.
Decorations: Imogene Hunt, Suzzane Wootton, Peggy Lawhead, Al
Wilson, Bill Harris, James Muller.
The monthly dances this year were made very enjoyable by the seven-
teen-piece dance orchestra of the Federal lVlusic Project. The program for
the dances were arranged by the heads of the dance committee under Ward
Lundberg. Doug Clarke was the ex-ollicio member and Eugene Wolfe as
Social Committee - Phyllis Frame
Music - - - Roy Adamson
Floor Rex Badley
The second backwards affair held in Glendale High was the Backwards
Dance on November 7, 1936, in the girls' gymnasium. Bill Wood's or-
chestra furnished the music for the evening. Refreshments were served,
and all in all it was a most successful affair. The dance was arranged by
the Monthly Dance committee.
The annual Glendale-Hoover Cabinet Party, held on November 14,
was given by Hoover this year. The two cabinets dined at the Farm House
and enjoyed a theatre party afterward at the Alexander Theatre in
Upper Picture. JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE.
Row I. Harvey Powelson, Art Wilson, Jay Perrin, Frank Clark, Hilton
Anderburg, Louis Maas.
Row 2. Peggy Lawhead, Catherine Byram, Margaret Adams, Imogene
Hunt, Suzanne Wootton, Lonelle Erickson.
Lower Picture. MONTHLY DANCE COMMITTEE.
Row 1. Rodney Lukens, Art Wilson, Eugene Williamson, Charles Haney,
Judith Munson, Ezra Smith, Ben Tingle, Davis Cochran, Lynn Walker,
Row 2. George Hood, Jack Murray, Jay Perrin, Patty Caddell, Barbara
Durley, Barbara Hawley, Naomi Eshom, Wally Shaver, Richard Ma-
rine, Beverly Heywood, Dean Lees, Jeanne Franklin.
Row 3. Kenny Erlandson, Harvey Powelson, Bonnie Mitchell, Arla Delle
Smith, Ward Lundberg, Frank Clark, Phyllis Frame, Rosemary Bow-
man, Betty Carson. i ' J
Upper Picture. AUD1ToR1UM DOORMEN.
Row I. Lynn VValker, Chester Salisbury, Mr. Baker, Noel Smith, Jimmie
Row 2. Eugene Stern, David Howton, John Wellington, VVarren Line.
Lower Picture. CAFETERIA STAFF.
Row 1. Earl Ralph, James Rogers, Janie MarRose, Doris Skinner, Flor-
ence Southwich, Frank Swain, Bill Thompson, Lisle VanBurg, Turlay
Van Couvering, Kathryn Walsh.
Row 2. Clifford Duff, Evelyn Garner, Laura Jane Harris, Dorothy
Kiepers, Walter Knox, Elizabeth Lutton, Carolyn Maguire, Dolores
Mehl, Norman Plater, Kenneth Pulham, Richard Pulham, Henry
Warren, Jeanette Yverner.
Row 3. Bob Bedford, Barbara Browne, Bernice Brown, Whitney Bridges,
Elmer Chriman, Katherine Cooper, Jack Clerk, Claud Grussmeyer,
Seafed. Allan Lake, Nlariager.
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Upper Picture. STUDENT BANK STAFF.
Row I. Bill Anderson, Norma Barnes, Peggy Baumgartner, Aloha Ben-
nett, Shirley Burton, Ruth Crowell, George Huey, Leonard Klapper,
Myrtle Lally, Marjorie Garver, Lee Strohmeyer.
Row 2. Richard Marine, Sumiko Nishio, Helen Rogers, Honey Toda,
Lorraine Walsh, Loretto Goldsmith Bullock, Faculty Adviser, Vera
Koplin, Doris Wian, Albert VVilson.
Center Picture. SONS AND DAUGHTERS UF THE ALUMNI.
Row I. Harriet Wilson, Ted Anderson, Don Fraser, Jack Elkins, Rodney
Lukens, Allan Daniels, Tom Furst, Bob Heacock, Burt Benson, Eliza-
R0-w 2. Betty Dahlman, Grace Matthiesen, Bobbie Lou Marlatt, Miss
Gilson, Faculty Adviserg Juanita Gossman, Martha Sinclair, Mary
Lower Picture. G.A.A. EXECUTIVE BOARD.
Row I Freda Fleming, Vice Pres., ISt Sem.g Rae Ellen Cole, Sec'y Ist,
Lois Miner, Treas. Istg Dorothy Cunningham, Song Leader, ISt, Betty
Simerman, Pres. Leaders' Club, Ist, Nellie Jane Ford, Basketball Man-
ager, ISfQ Jane O'Brian, Speedball Manager, Ist, Lonelle Erickson,
Basketball Manager, ISK, Margot Mitchell, Hockey Manager, ISt.
Row 2. Helen Hairgrove, Pres., Ist, Meredith Peters, Pres., Zfldj Ruth
Abbott, Sec'y, znclg Janet Stalder, Treas. 2nd, Druscilla de Hoag, Pro-
gram Chairman, 2nd, Ruth Downey, Publicity, 2nd, Pauline Goetz,
Song Leader, 2nd.
Row 3. Gail Nelson, Pianist, 2nd, Mary Thompson, Baseball and Indi-
Pres. Leaders' Club, 2nd, Betty Salzman, Helen Sihler, Pres. Bad-
The student body maintains a -Student Bookstore for the convenience
of the students and teachers. The bookstore is virtually on a non-profit
basis, and for that reason, a good saving is passed on to the students. Only
the highest quality of goods is handled-the bookstore does not try to
compete with any of the cheaper chain stores. Everything that may be
needed by the students in their different classes is handled at the request of
the heads of the different departments.
The bookstore is managed by Mrs. L. G. Bullock, the student body
accountant, who hires two boy students to act as sales manager and assistant
clerk. The boys are chosen from a list of recommended students, and usu-
ally remain with the store until graduation. Their work gives them an
intimate knowledge of stock, cost and selling prices, arrangement of a
bookstore, handling cash accurately, and greeting purchasers in such a
manner as' to make it a pleasant transaction for the students to do business
with their own store. W
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Cooperation on the Stylus sale was given by second period classes in
which the salesmen operated. Outstanding among the second period classes
in pushing the 1937 yearbook were Miss Ahlls and Miss Leonard's second
period Civics classes.
After the announcement was made that the first class to subscribe one
hundred per cent would have its photograph in the annual, a race was on
between Leonard Klapper and Ray Schreck, class salesmen.
As the two representatives completed their sales at practically the same
time on the same day, and arrived at the Stylus ollice with their final
reports almost together, pictures of both classes are included .
YELL LEADERS AND
Cheering us on to victory in many ath-
letic events this year were James "Pin-
head" XVilson and George Hood as yell
leaders, and Irene Althofl, assisted by
Rosemary Bowman and Bertha York, as
Xvith the increase in spirit shown by the
Student Body at large the pep of this
group of leaders must have been contag-
ious. VVith0ut their untiring help, our ath-
letic teams would have found it hard to
march down the field to victory, but
Whether in victory or in defeat they backed
the team with full force. lt's our turn now
-to give three cheers in appreciation for
this group's fine Work!
Breaking a jinx that has been with Glendale High varsity football teams
for eleven long years, Coach Eddie Kienholz's charges came through the
1936 season in great style to win the Foothill League championship and,
after beating Redondo Beach in a C. I. F. semi-final meet, advanced into
the southern California finals with Long Beach Poly only to lose for their
first time and last game of the season to the beach city lads.
The Dynamiters had one of the most impressive scoring records in the
history of the school, being unscored upon in league competition and rolling
up a total of 163 points to their opponents' mere 27.
Glendalemet Alhambra High in an opening night practice encounter
and eked out a 7-6 win over the Moors in a game brimming over with
thrills. The Dynamiters then took on their first league opponent, Fullerton
High, and scalped the Indians by a decisive 27-o score.
This victory looked as if Glendale were going to have a very rosy, if
not successful season, but when they met a rather weak South Pasadena
team next week, they just did keep out of reach of the Tigerls claws and
were glad to hold them at bay with a scoreless tie.
Whittier High, which was then leading the league with two straight
wins, came to grips with the Dynamiters, but was no match for a de-
termined Glendale eleven that was clicking like clockworkg and the
Whittier team came out on the short end of a IQ-O score.
Leaving the league for a short spell, the Dynamiters met Cathedral
High in a grid brawl that was teeming with penalties and the game finally
ended with Glendale on top with an I8-o score.
The Nitros took on the Covina Colts in their fourth league encounter,
and with every available man on the Glendale squad adding his bit, man-
aged to whip the Colts 26-O in a lop-sided contest.
Next on the bill was Glendale High's traditional city enemy, the Hoover
Tornadoes. At that time, the Dynamiters stood off with the Tornadoes
at three games all-competition having started back in 1931. Not only
did the game mean a league advancement to Glendale, but the city cham-
pionship was at stake. The result was astounding. The Nitros assembled
the largest score ever madeiby either of the two teams before, making a
total of 40 points to Hoover's nothing.
Glendale's last obstacle to the league crown was the Muir Tech Terriers
from Pasadena. Muir Tech was rated very strong to defeat the Dynamiters
and were heading the league with a half a game advantage. Glendale won
the game 20-0, scoring three touchdowns on intercepted passes.
Although outweighed 20 pounds per man and an all-southern California
fullback to stop, Glendale managed to beat the Redondo Seahawks 6-0
in a nip and tuck game marred occasionally by serious fumbles.
The Pasadena Rose Bowl was the setting for 15,000 fans to watch the
Glendale-Long Beach C. l. F. final, and the Jackrabbits aided by several
all-southern California players and a 28-pound weight advantage toppled
the Red and Black Tide 21-0. Had it not been for Glendale's excellent
tackling the score might have been much worse.
With the exception of one player, the entire first string had played their
last game for the alma mater. Glendale High salutes you, football players
and Coach Eddie Kienholz!
VA R SIT Y
Again one of Coach George Sperry's "wonder teams" was produced for
the I936 football season. With their mighty pigskin banner raised high
into a championship wind, the Blasters emerged from the season with
neither a defeat nor a tie to their record and the Foothill league crown.
A final meet with the Burbank lightweights, winners of the San Gabriel
League title, ended with Glendale on the winning end of the score.
Unfortunately the C. l. F. was dropped so the Blasters were unable to
duplicate last year's performance, when they beat Montebello for the
southern California championship. The Sperrymen have a very outstanding
record for the past three years, winning the last 25 out of 26 games played.
robably there are very few, if any, teams in the country that have ever
been able to make such a brilliant showing. .
A sustained drive of 57 yards in the third quarter gave the Blasters a
7-o victory over Alhambra High in a practice game early in the season.
The South Pasadena Cats were the next victims to face the wrath of the
fast-stepping Blasters and were finally subdued, Glendale winning IQ-I2.
In one of the best played games of the year, Glendale just did shade
the Whittier lightweights 6-2, after capitalizing on a neat aerial attack.
Although the statistics were practically the same, the Blasters won their
Hfth straight game of the season by trouncing the Covina Colts 19-2.
Moyse field was the spot shosen for the Hoover-Glendale fued. A victory
not only meant that the Bee city championship was the reward, but the
winner of the game would automatically become the Foothill League victor.
Although outplayed in nearly every department of the game, Glendale
won the fray 7-o after a giant battle for supremacy.
A rather surprisingly powerful Muir Tech squad made Glendale's last
league game a tough one, but true to form they came through to defeat
the Terrier pups I3-O.
just to top off the football season in the right manner, Glendale chose
the strong Burbank Bulldogs as their final opponent. The Bulldogs led
at the half-time 6-o, Glendale evened the count in the third period, and a
terrific passing attack by the Blasters in the final moments of the encounter
netted them a touchdown, and the game ended with Glendale on top with
a 13-6 score.
Considering the record that Coach Sperry has set down in Glendale
High football history, the student body pays honor to a noteworthy foot-
ball mentor and the excellent teams that have developed under his care.
GLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY
FOOTHILL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
GLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL BEES
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Although Glendale High's 1937 basketball team failed to nab the Foot-
hill league crown, they put up a great fight, finishing in a three-way tie for
Whittier High may not have made much of a showing at football, but
their basketball team was a championship outfit, for the lanky Cards easily
glided to the league crown winning all of their encounters with compara-
tive ease. Whittier also advanced into the C. I. F. finals only to lose the
Southern California crown to Tustin High in a rip-roaring contest.
Coach Abe lilliott started the season with two Nitro lettermen back in
the lineup and around this duet, he moulded a smooth clicking alternating
two-team aggregation that had a fair defense and a good offense.
With the schedule calling for a two-game appearance with each team
in the league, Glendale managed to win eight out of twelve games to
break even with Hoover and Muir Tech for the runner up position.
Glendale smacked the Fullerton Indians down for a 34-21 count in their
opening league meet. As both teams were rather "green," the tussle turned
out to be a somewhat dull affair.
The South Pasadena Tigers were next on the drawing card and they
fell deep into the Dynamiters' clutches, Glendale swamping the Tigers
by a 28-16 score. The Nitromen led at the end of the first quarter 7-o and
continued to hold a safe lead throughout the rest of the fray.
The Dynamiters' hopes for a successful season were toppled in a heap,
when they met Whittier High next week in a real casaba thriller. At the
end of the third period the score was tied 18 all, but after that the Cards
put on a scoring spree that left the Dynamiters hanging from the rafters
and on the short end of a 33-21 score.
In the best playet setto of the season, the Nitros managed to subdue
the Hoover Tornadoes 29-23. The game was tied 21-21 in the last few
minutes of play and Glendale capitalized on those final moments to defeat
Glendale was given a short rest period when their next opponent, Covina,
forfeited the meet.
The Muir Tech Terriers had a rollicking good time defeating the Dyna-
miters by an undisputed 35-25 win next week. Glendale failed to play any-
thing in way of brilliant basketball.
The Nitros' second semester team opened up the second half of the
season by again tripping up the Fullerton Indians 33-15.
A last moment "big drive" enabled Glendale to turn back the South
Pasadena Tigers 37-28 after the score had changed hands several times
in the last half.
Again the Dynamiters were no match for the powerful Whittier Cards
and were pinned down under a heavy 41-27 score.
Glendale had the tables turned on them when the determined Hooverites
won their return engagement 32-24 in a game that was very even until the
last half when the Nitro defense crumbled and the Tornadoes swept ahead
to cinch the encounter.
The Covina Colts were victims of a merciless slaughter in which Glen-
dale gaily participated, walking off with a 46-13 victory.
In one of the worst defeats of the entire season, the Dynamiters blew
the Muir Tech Terriers sky high to avenge their earlier beating suffered
at the hands of the Terriers. The Nitros were leading 44-17 at the end
of the third quarter and finally finished with a rosy 52-28 win to their credit.
I ' BEE BASKETBALL
Glendale I-Iigh School's Bee
Basketball squad played a very
unsuccessful schedule of games
this year, winning but two en-
counters out of a possible twelve,
and finishing in next to last place
in the Foothill League Standings.
In their first league game of
the year they were narrowly
beaten by the Fullerton Indians
20-17. The Redskins repeated
their victory in the second game
played later in the year by de-
feating the Nitro Babes 14-12.
The Blasters were ripped and
torn to bits by the South Pasa-
dena Tigers in the second league trussle by the score of 36-17. The South
Pasadena Bees emerged victorious in the second game played with the
Dynamen, winning 43-25.
The Whittier Cards trounced the Bees by the most one-sided score of
the year in the first of their two series of games by the score of 50-24.
The Dynamiters made a better showing, however, in the second game but
still came out on the short end of a 38-29 score.
In the first of the annual cross-city games played with Hoover the
Nitro's entered the tussle on the short end of Ioo-1 odds, but put up a
splendid fight and upset the dope by emerging victorious 20-I4. In the
rematch the Tornadoes defeated Glendale by the close score of 26-22.
The Muir Tech Terriers defeated the Bees in both the games played
with them by scores of 43-25 and 44-19 respectively.
Covina won the first game with the Blasters by the narrow margin of
three points, 27-24. The Glendale squad closed the season by overwhelming
the Colts 41-1 1. In this game a Bee who had played varsity all year was
the big gun in the Dynamiter attack, scoring 25 points.
CLASS C BASKETBALL
Under the capable supervision of
Coach DelVIandel, Glendale Highls
nifty little Cee basketball team cap-
tured the 1937 Foothill League
title. Had there been C. I. F. play-
offs, Glendale Would have stood a
very good chance of moving into a
southern California championship.
Out of 24 games played for the
entire season, the Nitros dropped
two games. Once in league compe-
tition and the other in a practice
encounter. Unlike the A and B di-
visions, the Cees only played each
league team once.
Glendale started the league sea-
son off With a bang when they spanked the Fullerton Papooses 30-9 in a
The South Pasadena Kittens gave the proud Glendale lads a severe
bump next Week, when they defeated the local boys 13-1 1 in a Whirlwind
The Nitro midgets came back to life to Wallop their third competitor,
VVhittier High, 35-19. The score was tied at the half time, but the last
period proved to be the Cards' defeat With Glendale hitting the basket
consistently to Win the setto.
Glendale's fourth opponent, Hoover High, Was easily beaten by a 22-16
tally. The Hoover lads failed to take the lead at any one time of the game.
The Nitros took a partial breather when they met Covina and thumped
the smudge-pot boys 17-8 in a lop-sided fray.
Glendale's final encounter with Muir Tech decided the Foothill league
victor. Glendale led 6-3 at the end of the first quarter and thereafter
steadily climbed ahead to Win the game by a safe 33-19 margin.
With practically all of the present Cee team moving into the Bee division
next year, prospects look very bright for a successful season in that respec-
tive class. By the looks of things, Coach DelVIandel Will have to start from
scratch again, but with his excellent ability in coaching basketball, Glendale
High may look forward to a good Cee team in 1938.
COCHRAN KAVANAGH G.SMlTH SPANGLER MOQRQS
C.TOPE H. FRENCH MARKS ARANUBIA ESMITH SHOLC S
Glendale High's varsity trackmen under the care of Coach Cripe won
the Foothill league title for the second straight time since entering the
league in 1936. With the exception of Muir Tech, the Dynamiters piled
up top heavy scores on all of their opponents.
On March 2nd, Glendale easily disposed of their initial league com-
petitor, Fullerton High, with a 91-22 victory. The Dynamiters won first
places in every event except the broad jump, and made clean sweeps in the
220, 44o, mile, shot put, and 220 low hurdles.
A muddy field was the setting for Glendale High's second league victory.
South Pasadena proving to be the unlucky competitor by dropping a 892-
The Dynamiters continued their glorious march to the league crown by
walloping the Whittier Cards 97-16. Glendale won all of the first places
and made grand sweeps in the 1oo, 880, mile, relay, and shot put.
Glendale's fourth opponent, Hoover High, was given a thorough 76-37
beating with the Dynamiters copping the city championship as well as a
league victory. Glendale made clean sweeps in the 220 low hurdles, and
the hop-skip-jump. Glendale also broke the city records in the pole vault
and the 440 yard run.
Glendale polished off the Covina Colts 93-20 in an uneven meet. Covina
was only able to cop two first places.
Glendale met Muir Tech to decide the Foothill League victor and nipped
the Terriers 61-51 in a wild and woolly track meet that saw Glendale
forge out ahead at first and Muir Tech come back later nearly to even
the count. Glendale's brilliant showing in taking nine first places cinched
In a dual meet held at Whittier High, Glendale placed first with Muir
Tech in the runner up position. Hoover, Whittier, South Pasadena, Ful-
lerton, and Covina, also competed.
Glendale High's Bee track team sailed through a successful season, until
they met a Cyclone in the form of Hoover High and were thrown off the
road to the Foothill league crown by virtue of a close defeat. However,
the Blasters defeated every other team in the league by decisive scores and
climaxed the season in the runner-up position.
The Blasters initiated the league season by trouncing the Fullerton In-
dians' 82-13. The local lads made five clean sweeps in the 220, 660, 70-yard
high hurdles, high jump, and broad jump. The Indians had to be content
with one first place.
The South Pasadena Tigers were the next to come under the spell of
the powerful Blasters and were given a sound 74M-ISM licking. Glendale
enjoyed a spirited day on the field, and failed to allow the Tigers to take
one first place.
The Whittier High Cardinals got themselves into the red next week
with Glendale saturating the Whittier tracksters with the Red and Black
colors and winning the meet 78 2f,3-I6 If3. Glendale showed amazing
strength, taking nine places, six second spots, and eight third places.
Glendale's largest jolt of the season came when the Hoover Cyclones
blew the Blasters all over the track to win the encounter by a close 51-43
tally. The fray was predicted as a toss-up and Glendale lost to a better
outfit. Hoover went on to win the Foothill league championship having
finished the season with no defeats.
The Blasters made short work of the Covina Colts next week, with
a 74-21 triumph. The Citrus city boys were no match for Glendale, the
Blasters taking six first places and making clean sweeps in the high hurdles,
the pole vault, and the relay.
Glendale's final league opponent, Muir Tech, was given too severe
competition by the Blasters, and was forced to admit defeat to the tune of
a 6 1-43 score.
The Cee trackmen under the guidance of Coach Cripe defeated all
league opponents this year and won the Foothill League Championship for
the second consecutive year.
In the first league clash of the year with the Fullerton Indians, the
Nitro atomweights trounced the Redskin Cees by a score of 53M-24M.
Glendale nabbed all first places except in the 660 and the shot put.
In the second league encounter With South Pasadena, the Glendale Cees
tamed the Tigers by Winning 64-12. In this meet the Dynamiters Won all
the first places With the exception of the shot put.
The next meet with the Whittier Cards proved to be one of the closest
of the year, but the Nitro Cees came out on the long end of a 42 2f3-34 If3
score. In this meet the Cees were beaten for the first and only time of the
year in the relay. The Whittier quartet Won the event in the excellent time
of 48.3 seconds.
Fighting against odds and a supposedly superior team, but coming
through under pressure, the Glendale Cees reduced the Hoover Tornadoes
to a mere gust of Wind by trouncing them on their home grounds 45-32
in the annual city championship trackfest.
The Covina Cees gave the Nitros a fight in the next meet at the Colts'
field, but the Glendale squad eked out the closest victory of the year by
Winning the relay and thereby cinching the meet 42-35.
Glendale clinched the Foothill dual meet championship by adding this
victory to their list, for in the last league meet of the year the Blasters
easily subdued the Muir Tech Terriers by a score of 53-23.
In the Foothill League Finals held at Whittier the Cees annexed the
Championship by scoring 28 points to their nearest opponents, 18.
Glendale High's baseball team, under the direction of Coach George
Sperry, won seven out of a possible twelve games.
In the first league battle of the year Glendale nosed out a 3-2 victory
over the Fullerton Indians. Later in the year they again downed the Indians
by a decisive 4-0 score.
The Dynamiters eked out close wins over South Pasadena in both games
by scores of 3-2 and 5-4 respectively.
Whittier High enjoyed their encounters with the Glendale nine by
annexing both of the games by 7-6 and 4-1 scores. The first game required
overtime playing before the Cards could beat the Sperrymen, but found
little trouble in subduing Glendale in the second tussle.
Glendale just did beat the Covina Colts 2-1, but was an easy victim
to the Colts' wrath in the return engagement, Covina swamping the home-
plate with runs to win 9-4.
The Hoover High Tornadoes, which were selected to play in the C.I.F.
after winning the Foothill league crown, defeated Glendale 7-6 in the
t en e T.or oved t h.e l
inning to break up a 6-6 tie. The second game caught the Dynamiters off
form, Hoover tucking away a stinging 6-0 victory. V
The Muir Tech Terriers walloped the Dynamiters in their first engage-
ment by hammering out a brilliant I2-6 win. Glendale closed the season
by bowing to the Terriers, 7-4, and another baseball year had passed by
with Glendale still hoping for a championship in the future.
Glendale High School's golf team under the competent coaching of E.
Milford Brunner Won the city golf championship and, by defeating all
league opponents in the first round of play, showed that they are the
tentative Foothill League Champions.
Glendale Won all the matches with league opponents in the first round,
defeating Whittier, South Pasadena, lVluir Tech, and Fullerton.
At the time this copy goes to press, Glendale Highls tennis team is Well
on its way to the Foothill league crown. Under the excellent instruction
of Mr. Gulick and lVlr. Phil Castlen, the team has left a blazing trail
of league Wins in their wake that spell out 11 likely chance that Glendale
High will go places in the C. l. F.
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Marching through one of the most successful years of girls' sports, the
Girls' Athletic Association was led by Helen Hairgrove, winter president,
and Meredith Peters, summer president. This well-known girls' organiza-
tion, commonly known as the G.A.A., participated in many dual and color
play-days. Among the high schools with which they had dual meets were
the cross-town rivals, Hoover and Burbank, while a large color meet was
held at Long Beach Polytechnic High School.
At the beginning of a color play-day all the girls are given pieces of
different colored ribbons. Participants holding the same color ribbon play
This year the G.A.A. has held one play-night a week, on Wednesday,
and an executive meeting of the club has been held on every fourth Wednes-
day. In addition to the two hundred girls who are signed up for the sixth
period girls, gym class, there are more than one hundred and fifty associate
girls who are active on Wednesday night. These girls receive points for
their daily gym class along with those gained after school. With these
associate girls the membership reached a total of three hundred and fifty
girls, the largest club in the school.
Sports in which the members have participated have been volleyball,
basketball, tennis, speedball, hockey, badminton, baseball, and several
minor sports. There are twenty girls on each team, and they have their
choice of which sport they wish to play.
Two banquets were given by the club, one on January 20, and the other
on June 3. The very colorful themes were Hawaii and the County Fair,
respectively. Feature of each dinner was the introduction of the new of-
ficers and board members.
Looking forward to another big year, the G.A.A. has banded together
under a new president and are striving to win all their play-days.
Center Picture. LEADERS' CLUB.
Row 1. Roberta Morrow, Helen Musseter, Virginia Rowan, Marian
Russell, Meriam Russell, Betty Salzman, Margaret Sanders, Helen
Sihler, Betty Simerman, Bonnie Mae Sites, Stalder, Betty Ann Wagner,
Row 2. Jacqueline Lee, Lorraine McLntyre, Marjorie Foster, Shirley
Frampton, Agnes Freeman, Doris Fromm, Loretta Gabrio, Pauline
Goetz, Virginia Graff, Cecilia Hallisey, Lora Jane Harris, Betty Lou
Helmle, Marjorie Hemingway, Mary Esther Hentschke, Doris Hope,
Betty Wolcott, Ruth Wrenn.
Row 3. Ruby Farrar, Jeggy Jayne Cross, Druscilla De Hoag, Brenda
DeLong, Ethel Mae Denny, Dorothy Dunham, Barbara Dewey, Ruth
Downey, Dorothy Dudley, Catherine Crowley, Pat Duff, Bonno Hyessa,
Row 4. Doris Anderson, June Bartlett, Elaine Beckett, Alice Beedle, Carol
Beedle, Eloise Benson, May Bird, Eleanor Borchard, Mary Lee Brown,
Katherine Byram, Janet Canning, Betty June Chambers.
Lower Picture. GIRLS, G CLUB.
Row 1. Betty Livesy, Maida Ormsby, Mary Lou Andrews, Janice Baker,
Marie. Belnap, Marian Burton, Ruth Chapman, Rae Ellen Cole, Dorothy
Cunningham, Mary Daniels, Vvilma Dobbins, Lucille Masterson.
Rowlgz. Lonelle Erickson, Nancy Findlay, Freda Fleming, Nellie Jane
Ford, Jeanne Franklin, Helen Gans, Helen Gillin, Martha Glenn,
Juanita Gossman, Helen Hairgrove, Beverly Heywood, Marjorie
Row 3. Lois Miner, Bonnie Mitchell, Margot Mitchell, Floralice Molen,
Phyllis Otto, Meredith Peters, Catherine Reid, Betty Simerman,
Jeanette Slattery, Peggy Snow, Janet Stalder, Helen Zaremba.
G. A. A. HOCKEY
Row I. Meriam Russell, Evelyn Futhey, Helen Koester, Pat Cunningham,
Mary Esther Hentschke, Harriet Nordman, Henrietta Haak, Druscilla
De Hoag, Eleanor Pound, Dorothy Hoffman.
Row 2. Margaret Livesy, Patty Simerman, Caryl Black, Ruth Perry, Betty
Kruger, Irma Delle Sperry, Jane Jenkins, Marjorie Smith, Patricia
Grasse, Betty Jane Highland, Cecilia Hallisey, Patricia Edwards,
Juanita Gossman, Eleanor Borchard, Virginia Graff, Margaret Ann
Row 3. Eloise Benson, Lois Miner, Nancy Findlay, Lora Jane Harris,
Jacqueline Lee, Ruby Farrar, Lorraine McIntyre, Betty Duncan, Ethel
Mae Denny, Jean Stalder, Betty Ashby, Helen MacNair.
Row 4. Ruth Wrenn, Virginia Rowan, Margot Mitchell, Bonnie Mitchell,
Martha Glenn, Helen Gans, Katherine Reid, Meredith Peters, Janet
G.A.A. SIXTH PERIOD
R. 0. T. C.
Maj. Ted Green, Lieut. Elmer Hyde, Capt. Bill Loomis, Lieut. Roswell
Bottum, Capt. Eugene Stern, Maj. Larry Entriken.
C0mmis5ioned since picture. Lieut. Bob Gillespie, Lieut. Woolsey Knapp,
Lieut. Bill Marshall.
R. 0. T. C.
The summer of 1937 saw the completion of the second year of the
R.O.T.C. at Glendale High. Although the unit was small in numbers, it
advanced greatly in instruction and activities. The commanding officer,
Major Sexton Berg, P.M.S.T., was assisted until April by the beloved
Sergeant Hugo Quade who was forced to leave because of his health.
The unit during the year participated in several civic functions including
the Armistice Day parade, the Memorial Day celebration, and the corner-
stone laying at the new Junior College. The annual Federal inspection on
May I2 was the peak of activities and terminated a year's hard drill. The
unit was reviewed by the student body at the time of the Governmentls
inspector, Major D. R. Norris' visit.
A highlight in the functions of the battalion was the Annual Military
Ball held at the G.H.S. girls' gym with Hoover High. The dance was an
excellent success and stood high in the best dances ever given in the gym.
Along with the great progress made by the five-man and the fifteen-man
rifle teams, a new phase of activity entered with the Spring. The officers
formed a Sponsors' oragnization with the girls of the school, and each
officer was sponsored by a girl holding the honorary position that her
officer did. This proved a fine success.
With the advent of third year work next year, the unit looks forward to
an honor rating and a profitable future.
Upper Picture. COMITES CLUB.
Row 1. Jane Beedle, Rebecca Sue Blakely, Eleanor Brosk, Barbara Brown,
Louise Cathcart, Margaret Ann Davy, Rita Dolock, Felice Esterly,
George Grover, Betty Jane Highland.
Row 2. Ed Elbright, Mae Andrews, Meredith Peters, Ann Hagenjos,
Charlotte Kirkbride, Harry Lewis, Grace Matthiesen, Jane Mosher,
Arthur O'Dair, Robert Salisbury, Charles Sickenger, Andrew Silber-
berg, Jennie L. Loomis, Shirley Graybar, Mary Elizabeth Sipple, Doris
Skinner, Richard Mumford.
Row 3. Yuriko Maruyama, Margaret Metters, George Nader, Dorothy
Hoffman, Mrs. Hudson, Faculty Adviser, Helen McNair, Paula Otto,
lVlargaret Thompson, Billy Thomas, Pat VVeaver, Tom Callister.
Center Picture. SPANISH CLUB.
Row 1. Brenda De Long, Janice Arnold, Eloise Benson, Nelson Bice, Bar-
bara Biggs, Harold Bjarnison, Dick Bond, Yvonne Courtenaye, Vice
President, Fred Covey, Jack Crickard, Bob Hardie, Dean Daniels.
Row 2. Miss Monroe, Faculty Adviser, Druscilla De Hoag, Barbara
Dewey, Dorothy Dudley, Lonelle Erickson, Freda Fleming, R. C. Frank-
lin, Bob Gaudi, President, Dudley Goble, Henrietta Haak, Mildred
Hackett, Peggie Jayne Cross, Dorothy Harrison, Secretary, Mrs.
Courtenaye, Faculty Adviser.
Row 3. Bill Hiatt, Bill Hoffman, Maxine Hoffman, Emmy Lou Johns,
Jean Kellogg, Edna Knoll, Walker Kuhn, Betty Livesy, Harvey Powel-
son, Twyla Pensyl, Jean Robertson, Betty Roof.
Row 4. Wanda Sabiston, Margaret Sanders, Ana Lou Scholey, Nadine
Smith, Betty Jane Unckles, Dorothy von Bloeker, Doris Ward, Betty
Wentworth, Hazel Wentworth, Marjorie Wright.
Lower Picture. LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS.
Row I. Doris Anderson, Carol Beedle, Barbara Lee Bellah, President,
Sara Bierma, Jane Bell, Louis Brenwold, Evelyn Bird, Caryl Black,
Gloria Brookins, Katherine Cooper, Robette Carol, Mary Louise Car-
penter, Georgianna Cummings, Patricia Cunningham, Merle Corkery,
Row 2. Miss Manetta, Faculty Adviserg Avalee Durham, Frank Dapron,
Budd Auer, Secretary, Betty Eighmy, Kenn Derrington, Dick Ellett,
Catherine Ellison, Joe Ferencz, David Fox, Douglas Frampton, Shirley
Frampton, Virginia Gardner, Barbara Gregg, Phyllis Gilman, Vice
Pres., Barbara Greenwood, Loreen Downing, Dick Hawes, Adelaide
Montgomery, Robert Kadz, Barbara Brown, Miss Gilson, Faculty
Row 3. Margot Mitchell, Mary E. Hopkins, Margaret Hails, Betty Ann
Herndon, Barbara Hawley, Marjorie Proctor, Katherine Byram, Betty
LXHH v L A. l v l 1 BHLFY mv
Katherine Lill, Helen Lund, Sally Lee, Margaret Grover, Dorothy
Lambermont, Margaret Ann Moyen.
Row 4. Ferguson Mitchell, Fenton Sink, Charles Nord, Jeannette Patro,
Mary Penberthy, Virginia Rowan, Marjorie Roberts, Marian Spaulding,
Betty Sontag, Jean Taylor, Lois Taggart, Lorraine Tomoso, Turlay
Van Couvering, Jeon vonderLinden, Anne Marie Wagner, Wylo
Webber, Charlotte Young.
Row 1. Griflith Barlow, Jeanne Barnum, Carol Beedle, Martha Calhoun,
Merle Corkery, David Dekker, Lonelle Erickson, Shirley Frampton,
Bob Frank, Juanita Gossman, Helen Gans, Kent Harmon, Dorothy
Row 2. Barbara Hawley, Beverly Heywood, Betty Lou Helmle, David
Howton, Helen Koester, Bob Gaudi, George Martindale, Virginia
Orear, Catherine Reid, Bill Salt, Lina Seal, Betty Simerman, Bill Swan.
Row 3. Shirley Smith, Janet Stalder, Eugene Stern, Barbara Tesche,
Virginia Thatcher, Anne Marie Wagner, Jean Marie Ward, John
Wellington, Betty Jane Highland. '
Row 1. Jeanne Barnum, Carol Beedle, Jane Beedle, Barbara Lee Bellah,
Dick Bond, Ruth Charleton, Virginia Clark, David Dekker, Lonelle
Erickson, Joe Ferencz, Shirley Frampton, Helen Gans.
Row 2. Martha Glenn, Barbara Greenwood, Dorothy Harrison, Barbara
Lee Hawley, Beverly Heywood, Roberta McComb, Phyllis Matlick,
George Martindale, Margot Mitchell, Barbara Nale.
Row 3. Wesley Nelson, Norma Gdenthal, Miss Helmer, Faculty adviser,
Patsy Peteler, Mary Penberthy, Don Proctor, Catherine Reid, Bill Salt,
Raymond Schreck, Phyllis Helen Searle, Betty Simerman.
Row 4. lrma Delle Sperry, Janet Stalder, Eugene Stern, Honey Toda,
Dorothy Von Blocker, Anna Marie Wagner, John Wellington, Mar-
garet White, Marjorie Wright.
NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY
Row 1. Frank Albert, Rex Badley, Meram Barsam, Frank Clark, Davis
Cochran, Dean Carter, Bob Coleman, Ted Foster.
Row 2. John Fox, Langdon Gregg, Don Guglielmino, Charles Haney,
Jack Kimble, Harold French, Bob Packard.
Rofw 3. Paul Penberthy, James Ritchie, Ezra Smith, Guinn Smith, Bill
Upper Picture. SCRIBBLER,S CLUB.
Row 1. Jeanne Barnum, Barbara Lee Bellah, Patty Caddell, Betty Carson,
Ann Charde, Phyllis Frame, David Fox, Helen Gans, Martha Glenn,
Barbara Greenwood, Beverly Gruehl, Dorothy Harrison, Ruth Harts-
horn, Miss Hall, Faculty Adviser.
Row 2. Kenneth Hawks, Phyllis Matlick, Marjorie Maynard, Virginia
MacDonald, Ruth Osborn, Mary Penberthy, Catherine Reid, Dorothy
von Blocker, Betty Ann YVagner, Margaret White.
Center Picture. FORUM CLUB.
Row 1. Bob Clark, Davis Cochran, David Dekker, Phyllis Frame, R. C.
Franklin, George Hood, Helen Hairgrove, Gertrude Heuer, Bill
Loomis, Louis Maas, Art Thompson.
Row 2. Lauretta Myers, Pat Miller, Wesley Nelson, Meredith Peters,
Bill Salt, Phyllis Helen Searle, Barbara Smith, Chester Salisbury, Eugene
Stern, Lynn Walker.
Lower Picture. MUSIC CLUB. I
Row 1. Helen Armstrong, Marion Baker, Sarah Bierma, Sylvia Brostofl,
Barbara Brown, Ann Carde, Virginia Clark, Merle Corkery, Yvonne
Courtenaye, Betty Dinwiddie, Dorothy Dudley, Bett Duncan, Vivian
Row 2. Lonelle Erickson, Lila Fox, Virginia Gardner, Virginia Graff,
Wynne Greening, Mary Eleanor Hopkins, Molly Johnston, Peggy Jane
Kavanaugh, Eileen, Linkogel, Virginia Rae Nelson, Annie Jane New-
land, Gail Nelson, Martha Norris.
Row 3. Maida Lou Ormsby, Joyce Pasley, Eva Pellegrini, Ruth Perry,
,, Mary Elizabeth Si le anetr Stadler, Ju '
Row 4. Harriet Teut, Joe Michiels, Mary Zimmerman.
Row I. Carlyle Brown, Davis Cochran, John Corbaley, Frank Dapron,
Evelyn Garner, Ted Green, Lora Jane Harris.
Row 2. Bill Mabry, Bill Marshall, Floralice Molen, Miss Jean Abel, fac-
ulty adviserg George Nador, Bill Reilly.
Row 3. Charles Storms, Bob Vosgier, Bill Thomas, Robert Weide.
SoMoAc ART CLUB.
Row I. Dorothy Alldredge, Jeanne Barnum, Carlyle Brown, Shirley
Frampton, Robert Gaudi, Mary Jane Hubbard, Virginia MacDonald,
Margaret Mitchell, Patricia Morgan, George Nader.
Row 2. Mary Penberthy, Bill Salt, Phyllis Helen Searle, Arla Delle Smith,
Miss Mary Beth Abbott, faculty adviser, Shirley Smith, Natalie Snow,
David Toue, Margaret White.
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Upper Picture. PHYSIOLOGY CLUB.
Row I. Mary Lou Andrews, Marvis Baldwin, Anne Brower, Betty Carson,
Leone Cartmill, Marcella Childers, Rae Ellen Cole, Dorothy Cunning-
ham, Mary Daniels, Ruth Downey, Pat Duff, Nancy Findley, Beryl
Ginter, Barbara Durley, Ellen Robinson.
Row 2. Juanita Gossman, Helen Hairgrove, Francesca Hammer, bliss
Green, Faculty Adviser, Evelyn Harris, Marjorie Hemingway, Mar-
jorie Holzner, Alicia Koehnle, Leah Lindley, Norma Loyola, Alma
McFetridge, Virginia MacDonald.
Row 3. Lois Miner, Charlotte Mortimer, Carolyn Newsum, Nleredith
Peters, Christine Potter, Arla Delle Smith, Kitty Smith, Peggy Snow,
Marthann Tomlison, Dorothy von Bloeker, Helen Wagner.
Center Picture. COMMERCE CLUB.
Row 1. Betty Lee Barton, Aloha Bennett, Irene Briggs, Bessie Bryant,
Mary Lee Brown, Betty June Chambers, Ruth Chapman, Marcella
Childers, Edna Crumpler, Betty Curry, Betty Dakers, Ruth Downey, Pat
Duff, Nellie Jane Ford.
Row 2. Mary Fraser, Doris Fromm, Harriet Gabbart, Loretta Gabrio,
Evelyn Garner, Helen Gillin, Beryl Ginter, Maurine Goetz, Pauline
Goetz, Dorothy Halpin, Lora Jane Harris, Mary Hornbeck, Pearl
Hunt, Alicia Koehnle, Dorothy Fowlks.
Row 3. Miss Murphy, Faculty Adviser, Helen Leonard, Barbara Langer,
Betty Livesy, Norma Loyola, Jacqueline Lutton, Lucille Masterson,
Turka Masuguchi, Evelyn Mauler, Carolyn Newsum, Jane Gbrian,
Christine Potter, Doris Pruden, Jeanne Robertson, Mr. Baker, Faculty
Row 4. Marcelle Robinson, Mary Rossario, Marilynn Russell, Meriam
Russell, Mary Salmacia, Ruth Sullivan, Frances Thompson, Dorothy
Van, Betty Vaughan, Shirley Watson, Norma Weidlein, Madelyn Welsh,
Doris Wian, Katherine Wian, Bertha York.
Bozlom Piczure. WORLD FRIIQNDSIIIP CLUB.
Row 1. Dorothy Alldredge, Florence Allen, Bill Anderson, Elaine Beckett,
Vice Pres., Eloise Benson, Sunny Jane Benton, Eleanor Borchard, Irene
Briggs, Mary Brugger, Katherine Burnett, Davis Cochran, Bob Clark.
Row 2. David Dekker, Catherine Dudley, Dorothy Dudley, Pat Edwards,
R. C. Franklin, Evelyn Garner, Treasurer, Frances Giflin, Beryl Ginter,
Virginia Graff, Barbara Greenwood, Lora Jane Harris, Katherine
Row 3. Dorothy Harrison, Secretary, Betty Lou Helmle, President,
George Hood, Doris Hope, Mary Jane HubbarcfiEleanor Johnson,
Miss Field, Faculty Adviser, Peggy Lawhead, Audrey May, Floralice
Molen, Rosa Moore, Lauretta Myers, Barbara Negley.
Row 4. Lucille Pertwood, Evora Sargent, Henry Rousseve, Charles Storms,
Jean Stuart, Arvia Swan, Betty Swing, Jean Taylor, Harriet Wilson,
Upper Picture. HI-Y.
Row 1. Frank Albert, Chuck Trowbridge, Bob Clark, Davis Cochran,
Bob Coleman, Harold French, Tom Gaston, Grover Gauntt, Langdon
Gregg, Charles Haney.
Row 2. Alvin Hart, Dan Jordan, Earl Jacobs, Ward Lundberg, Jim Parker.
Row-3. Ralph Reed, James Ritchie, Bob Rentschler, Jack Sholes, Ezra
Smith, Ray Schreck, Bill Weed.
Center Picture. BOYS' G.
Row 1. Frank Albert, Rex Badley, Ray Castro, Davis Cochran, Bill Clark,
Bob Coleman, Douglas Cople, Bob Donahue, Langdon Gregg.
Row 2. Jouett Ellett, Harold French, Don Guglielmino, Charles Haney,
Fred Hargreaves, Alvin Hart, Dan Jordan, Leonard Klapper, Ward
Lundberg, Jim Parker.
Row 3. Chuck Trowbridge, Bob Krueger, Bob Packard, Ezra Smith, Ben
Tingle, Jack Sholes.
Lower Picture. BOYS' SERVICE CLUB.
Row 1. Frank Albert, Frank Clark, Robert Clark, Bob Coleman, Davis
Cochran, David Dekker, Bob Donahue, Don Elshire, R. C. Franklin.
Row 2. Tom Gaston, Bob Headley, Eddie Iyamatsu, Leonard Klapper,
Warren Line, Bob Packard, Jim Parker, Don Proctor.
Row 3. Bill Salt, Ray Schreck, Jack Sholes, Eugene Stern, William Tanaka,
Upper Piclure. LIBRARY STAFF.
Row 1. Sarah Bierma, Eugenia Conklin, Pat Cole, Lila Fox, Evelyn Gar-
ner, Mabel Gunnerson, John Gary, Wynne Greening, Beryl Ginter,
Row 2. Laurence Loban, Mary Jane Lutton, Frances lVIiner, Louis Maas,
Frances Molen, Wesley Nelson, Virginia Rae Nelson, Ruth Osborn,
Jane Obrian, Christine Potter, Evelyn Harris, Betty Ann Hall.
Row 3. Ellen Robinson, Marian Robinson, Jane Rose, Miss Lake, Miss
Smith, Helen Rogers, Olive Smith, Helen Zaremba, Harriet Wilson.
Center Piclure GIRLS, SERv1c1a CLUB.
Row I. Helen Armstrong, Janice Baker, Eloise Benson, Caryl Black,
Jeanette Briggs, Merle Corkery, Nancy Findlay, Freda Fleming, Loretta
Gabrio, Juanita Gossman, Helen Hairgrove, Barbara Hawley, Bettie
Row 2. Jane Jenkins, Virginia Lapp, Ruth Le Fevre, Catherine Lill, Helen
MacNair, Lois Mines, Bonnie Mitchell, Margot Mitchell, Martha
Harris, Paula Otto.
Row 3. Phyllis Otto, Meredith Peters, Catherine Reid, Virginia Rowan,
Betty Simerman, Janet Stalder, Honey Toda, Ruth Wrenn.
Lower Pirlure. G.N.U. CLUB.
Row 1. Edith Bobier, Katherine Burnett, Ruth Elliott, Nlargie Garver,
Frances Gillin, Bonnie Gray, Hazel Greslie, Evelyn James.
R ow'2. MarjoTrefMaseseyTBettyScatchardTFlorenceShinn, Bertha Sieottm:
Dorothy Slezak, Barbara Wiarheld, Junette VVerner, Shirley Lightfoot.
THE SCHOOL LIFE
Bill Phillips was relating his experience
in the classroom.
"There I stood, you birdsf, the long
winded narrator was saying, after droning
on for an hour regarding his recent trip
to Switzerland, "there I stood, with the
abyss yawning before me."
"Excuse me," interjected Lynn Walker,
one of the unfortunate students who had
been obliged to listen to the story, Hbut
was that abyss yawning before you got
Mr. Gorman: Where are you going
with all that sandpaper?
Ed Stauffacher: I am taking it to mv
poor grandfather, he has gooseflesh on his
Woolsey Knapp: Boy, call me a taxi.
Bill Peterson: All right, you're a taxi,
but you really look more like a truck!
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Clark Tope: Here comes
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People who walk three or four abreast.
The gentleman Who always wants to
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The freshman who hangs around the
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The grandstand player who has just
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Coach Cripe: Time fliesl
Ezra Smith: l canit. They go too fast.
an exe as
Voice in the dead of night: Wake up,
quick, wake upl
Pat Flanagan: Can't.
Voice: Why not?
Pat: Ain't sleepin'.
as are +
"Lady, if you will give us a nickle my
little brother will imitate a hen."
'iWhat will he do," asked the lady,
"Naw, he wouldn't do no cheap imita-
tion like thatg helll eat a woimfl
OMAHA 34604 KENWOOD 2030
lA. L. KIRKHUFFT
ll cAMERA AND Movie suPPLY co.
SALES -- SERVICE -- RENTALS
l REPAIRS i
l EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC l
ll l23A So. Brand Blvd.
W ROBERTSGECHOLS i,
ix Home Owned Drug Store ,
, S. E. Cor. Brand and Broadway
l Glendale, California g
Telephone Douglas 5lO
Kenwood I 32
IENDAIE ARDWAIZE 0.
6OI-603 EAST BROADWAY
Where Young Men
Buy Their Clothes
II7 So. Brand
Come Out And Let Us Prove It
Meetings Held The Second Wednesday
Of Every Month In The School Library
Whether You Are A Member Or Not
THE GLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL
,y Q ,
G L E N D A L E
and Cornwell 8: Kelty
. . . Every victory for Glendale, on gridiron, track,
diamond, or court, is a victory for the high grade
equipment supplied to the red and black athletes
through Cornwell G Kelty. This pioneer Glendale
store is proud of the sons of Glendale High, unspoiled
by victory, undaunted by defeat, and glorious always.
Expressing this comradeship at Cornwell C1 Kelty, our
policy extends to students of Glendale High special
courtesies in the matter of price on all sports and
athletic goods. Make our store your headquarters
for all equipment for tennis, badminton, baseball,
football, track, golf, fishing and hunting. We are
with you and for you.
ESTABLISHED 1911 LL E K XLF1 l y
il5So BRAND 0ne,Douc1.As404
l 'K N 1-1ARDvvARE 't
l y SCHOOL ANNUAL
Tlaanary 5948 T
TRinity 5949 T
, WEBER-MCCREA CQMPANV ly
l 421 EAST SIXTH STREET
Miss Rigg: Now tell me where the
elephants are found.
Lynn Walker: Teacher, the elephant
is so large that it is seldom lost.
ae are 95
I've made a fortune in crooked dough.
No, pretzel weaving.
are er ae
Floridian fpicking up a California
grapefruitj : Are these the largest lemons
that you can grow out here?
Californian: Please don't pinch that
grape while you're holding it.
we ar exe
Two microbes sat on a pantry shelf,
And spoke in accents pained,
As they watched the milkman filter the
"Our relations are getting strained."
are an an
Miss Abbott: Draw this head so that I
can see the details.
Carlyle Brown: You can't see de tails
on de head.
"Will you take this woman for butter
or for wurst?"
'fOh, liver aloneg l never sausage
are if are
The bright young pupil looked long and
thoughtfully at the examination question
which read: State the number of tons of
coal shipped out of the United States in
any given year.
Suddenly his brow cleared and he wrote:
It was a dark, foggy night in Edinburgh.
There was one man on the street.
He was developing pictures.
Last night I dreamed l married the
most beautiful girl in the world.
How nice, and were we happy?
"Did ya ever hear the one about the
man with the sack full of milk? No?
Well, it hasn't leaked out yet.',
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T Douglas 6748 l ll T
p lp BALLROOM BALLET TAP p
l Q Q "Five-Eleven North Brand Blvd." Q T
Bank teller: You will have to he identi-
Naomi Eshom: Certainly, Phyllis here
will identify me.
Bank teller: But I don't know her.
Naomi: How silly of meg come here
and l'll introduce you.
Policeman fto woman motoristl
"What's your rush? Where's the tire?"
Xlotoristz mln your eyes, you great big
ae sie ae
A door knob is that thing that a revolv-
ing door goes around without.
Austin stuolos r The Austin Studios wish to congratulate the seniors upon their
graduation, and to express their appreciation for their courtesy
We specialize in fine portraiture
Studios in all principal California cities l
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i IO6 East Broadway
Los Angeles l
9ll Loew's State Bldg. I
IN OTHER WORDS
Wise crack-Intelligence crevice.
Dirty work at the cross roads-Unsani-
tary labor at the intersection.
Something rotten east of Denmark-An
article deteriorating on the other side of
a Scandinavian country.
Sunkist oranges-Citrus fruit caressed
by the luminous body seen in the sky at
"Pennies from Heaven"-Property of
the U. S. lklint descending from the realms
"I say," said the English tourist to the
Scotchman, "you have a great many hills
in this country of yours, Patf,
"Sure, of course," said Pat, "there was
so much land we had to put it in heaps.'l
at vs as
An English teacher asked her class to
hand in a theme written in the first per-
son. Imagine her extreme astonishment
when she received this paper with the title
Miss Letha Rodolph is a Graduate
GLEN DALE SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
404 East Broadway
Secretary, Escrow Dept.
EaSfelfff.,'QLKfQr5Q,'fflf,L?Qjll,B,2'Q'Qnue 279 Positions filled during 1936-7
ll l The Biggest Pants and Men's Furnishing
ZOO East Broadway 1 Store for its size in Southern California
ED. DDE CD.
F8l'ISef Dye W0l'ICS,ll1C. 1 1 'fl-lf DANTS MEN
ll Mews FURNISHINGS
2395 Glendale Blvd. 1
Douglas 155, Glendale il 112V2 South Brand Boulevard
OLympia 2141, Los Angeles ll Glendale, Calif0l'f1i2
S1 per WEEK
Buys a New Portable Typewriter
All Makes Sold, Rented and Repaired
Webber Typewriter Company
138 So. Brand Douglas 6149
Glendale? Dealers l IESSE E. SMITH COMPANY
W l lO East Elk Street W SERVICE
PEARSON and REILEY l Doug. 5142 l
X l809 South Brand 340 North Brand W
i DAN CAMPBELL, IR, ll lOpposite California Theatrel
l 6444 San Fernando Road I
Barber: HHOW do you like the new
The Victim: "It tastes Hneg vou must
Said the needle to the stocking, "Ill run
Said the stocking to the needle, 'TH be
have lunch with me some day."' darned if you do."
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I 5I5 Arden
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AMERICAN FLORIST I
The Gift with a Sentiment ,
H GRADUATION BOUQUETS
I SMART NEW CORSAGES
Wm. F. Drews, Prop. 'i
I I344 E. Colorado, Glendale
Telephone Douglas 943
An inquisitive tourist stopped by a
farmer who was plowing with his mule.
He noticed that the animal stopped every
Tourist: "What is the matter--your
Farmer: "No, he's the healthiest mule
in the state."
Tourist: "Then is your mule balky?"
Farmer: "No, he the most willing mule
Tourist Cscratehing his headb : 'IThat's
funny, what's the matter with him then ?'I
Farmer: K'He's so afraid he might not
hear me say 'whoa,' that he stops every
once in a while to listen."
ae a as
Auntie: "Which one of you ate the
grapes I had in the cupboard. No use de-
nying it-I saw the seeds and skins on the
Willie: nIt wasn't me, Auntie, 'cause I
ate the skins, seeds and all."
"I don't see how you can stand sitting
in such a hot odicef'
"One can't stand sitting in any kind of
a as er
Visitor: "lVIy this is a big skating rink."
Qwnerz "Yes, it has a seating capacity
sf er er
Senior: "I dropped solid eometrvf'
Sophomore: I'Gee, did it make much
as are as
HARD TO SUIT
'AA moth leads a curious life.'I
"He spends the summer in a fur coat
and the winter in a bathing suitf,
as as an
"I swallowed a wish-bone yesterdayf'
"What did you wish ?"
"I wish I hadn't."
I We Never Got Out of "First Grade"
. . . with our merchandise . . because we believe it pays I
you to buy nothing else . . and we know it doesn't win
friendship if we sell anything elsel
We never passed in "Math" either . . .
You've learned that Ten Dimes make a Dollar . . . but we
never could figure right. At "Western Auto," Ten Dimes I
I buy you a whole lot MORE than a Dollar's Worth . ,!
3 11' i. '- 'v "W ,.,, ' i,,' .. 1, .." V: ' 1339 l
svefmng e aa gIYesternAu.toSupply Cog?
' For Your Car More .than V I
Af 3 Saying Stores 111. the West lgjfiiilt I
I ,IJ vu I
I ki? 201 South Brand Boulevard E3 'I H
SthtDdg d y
dp dblf 23y
CCDLORADO AND CENTRAL
The Pioneer Printing Co., Inc.
Printing -1- Publishing
Douglas l5OO 824 East Broadway
and Dry Cleaning Co.
CRYSTAL ICE COMPANY
lOOfM, Locally Owned and Operated
26 Years of Service The Pioneer Manufacturers and
Distributors of ICE
V , . . . .
in this vicinity
Do. l63O, Bur. 2l2, OM. 34258, Y
Sun. 2Ol7, Laurel l63O lFlintridgel l X ll26 E. Wilson Douglas l47
HAMMILLIS GLENDALE FLORIST
MALT SHOP V
After the Dance Try One of
Hammill's Malts and Hamburgers
63l North Glendale Avenu
For All Occasions
l28 South Brand Blvd.
Phone Douglas H55
WINKLER SHOE CO.
H. S. WEBB CO.
l39 North Brand
g WEBB'S MEN'S SHOP
126 NO. BRAND, GLENDALE
lO3 North Brand
WEBB'S BOYS' SHOP
l l l West Broadway
I S l
Ig OFFICE EIJIQNITURE co. I
l38 South Maryland
GRAY BUCKNER DANCE
Stage, Ballroom, Radio, and Screen
PLUNGE OPEN DAILY
lWalter Brant, Mgr.l
I in Glen Arden Club
Kenwood 2866 ' 357 W. Arden Douglas 97lO
Ir E ' H G ' " ' '
Ph D I 80 HOW TO BE
one Oug as
l P O P U L A R l
v v l P p I 'ty and good character are synonymous.
W If y acquire one, you have the th .
I STILLMAN PRINTING co. lil 2212 ZZTSSQZTI'
I l lah Can be acquired by study of oth p
Cfoofofo of Good Pfioflog ffl E32 22 86232223 'EVIZZLEZZ y ami.
I neat, clean and well pressed.
W 139 NORTH MARYLAND I Don't say we didn't tell you!
OLD ENGLISH CLEANERS
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, I I In Glendale It's
Men's and Women's l , l
Sooff Shops Lauderdale s
f'VV,! 1 l I H7 No. Brand Doug. 1683 I
L ion 1 y
lO8-l IO So. Brand
Phone TRinity 6668
EASTERN WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.
Sl 5 Traction Street
Los Angeles, Calif. I
591 fbi? 6
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