Monrovia High School - Monrovian Yearbook (Monrovia, CA)
- Class of 1948
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THE MIJNHUVIAN STAEE
ELLEN HAHIJWAY ir JUAN HAHTEH
THE ASSIIEIATEH STUDENTS
MUNHUVIA - AHIIAIIIA - IIUAHTE HIGH SEHIIUL
BELOW TI-IE SIERRA MADRE MOUNTAINS LIES OUR
"MAD WORLD." IT COVERS MANY ACRES OE GROUND THAT
CONTAIN NUMEROUS BEAUTIFUL BUILDINGS. MOST
IMPORTANT OE ALL, IT IS INHABITED BY A STRANGE SPECIE
KNOWN AS "THE YOUNGER GENERATION" AND CALLED
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TO BE A MADITE a person must inhabit the
buildings and spend rnucli ol his time on the
Campus. Aniona tliese strange beings are intellec-
tual characters and otliers who are dominated loy
muscle. Definitely all ol tliein are lVl.A.D. . .
THE MAH CHARACTERS
WHIJ WUHH ANU PLAY
Soft lights, heavenly music. What more could you ask-1
the Senior-Iunior Prom
Idle moments - lonely hearis Playing hard to get!
Give up. Mr. Hudson, the laws of inertia are against you.
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UUH MAD WUHLD I5
ARTHUR K. WILSON, Superintendent
Fortunate indeed are we people, Mr. Wilson,
who have known you through tho years.
We appreciate your line and just counsel,
your never failing kindness, I
your calm and clear thinking,
your high ideals,
your keen insight into human nanlrc,
your ability to hold your counsel and know
when to speak-
and, you are never too weary at the close ol
the day to lend a helping hand.
With your wealth of service to us all-
may lile's richest blessings be yours-
STEAIJIEIJ BY LEADERS,
s Dean of Girls
, , RUTH E. FOREMAN
"S HS ONE IN A MILLIONV' Many girls have said this of
Ruth Foreman, our Dean of Girls. She is not only an advisor
and counselor but a friend to all the students. More than
one student has been set on the wright track" by her sincere
and helpful understanding.
STANLEY C. MCCLINTIC. Principal
MR. S. C. MCCLINTIC, who this year became
principal of MAD., is a personality long to
be remembered on this campus. His enthu--
siasm, Congeniality, and progressive leader-
ship has made him a favorite with both
students and faculty. Mr. McClintic has for
many years aided and encouraged most stud-
ent activities. Beginning next year he will be
superintendent and principal of our M.A.D.
World. We congratulate him in his new posi-
tion and wish him the S551 of everything in
hf uture Work. X' S
Dean of Boys
ROBERT S. MANNING
AS DEAN OF BOYS, Mr. Manning advises and counsels all
the boys of our MAD. World. His knowledge and under,
standing of the students' problems has helped to guide many
individuals during the past years. Recently he has also
assumed many of the duties of vice-principal.
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THE GROUP OF ladies pictured here are
the willing workers from the Main, Gen-
eral, and Adult Education and other
offices. They are as follows: Miss Mar-
garete Weigel, Mrs, Carol Higby, Mrs,
Audrey Sharpe, Mrs. Nell Hanft, Mrs.
Muriel Chamness, Mrs. Wilma I-loregian,
and Gloria Higel.
THE EXCELLENT COOKS and their
helpers in our cafeteria deserve the
thanks of any ot us who enjoy the con-
venience ol having a wellrserved hot
lunch at a minimum price right on our
Assisting Mrs. Stevens in the cafeteria
are: Mrs. Goller, Mrs. Pinter, Mrs, Fargo,
Mrs. Naggs, Mrs. Gregory, and Mrs.
THE MALT SHOP stall, consisting ol
"Ma" Park and her helpers, have pro-
vided many a coke and hamburger to
quiet the ravenous appetites of hun-
dreds ol MAD. students throughout the
year. O lncidentally, "Ma" has been
an excellent ad salesman forthe Annual.
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Symbol of the hopes and dreams of our MAD World
-Betsy Ward, Pat Ko-
hout. Iohnny Ochou.
Mr. McClinlic, Phil
Bortells, and Marilyn
-Dick Walters, Tom
Taylor, Leon Iohn-
son, Winston Goller,
Bill Wagner, Mike
Stevens not present.
ST IIE T LE IJEHS
WERE GOING TO WIN! Isn't that right, gang? This
battle-cry has rung through the assemblies and the
halls of M AD. They are the fighting words of our
student body president, Phil Bortells, 0 Phil has been
an inspiring leader who has raised the school spirit of
our M.A.D. World to an all-time high. We would say
his yedr os president has been one most students will
not soon forget. His record for leadership is one that
future presidents of the student body will try to
STUDENT BUIIY EAHINET
Probably more changes and improvements for the good of the school have been
carried out this year than ever before. Phil Bortells and his efficient cabinet have
been very successful cts the representatives of the student body. Cooperation between
:students and faculty has been excellent. ' The cabinet has fostered the spirit which
has been shown by the students of Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte High School this year.
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THE GIRLS' LEAGUE is one of the two most important student organizations, the other being the Boys' League. 0
Since all girls of the student body are automatically members, it has been the purpose of the Girls' League cabinet
this year, under the leadership ol Earlene Knisley and Virginia Bower, to plan a program of activities which will be
enjoyed by every girl. This year's program was high-lighted by many interesting assemblies. The annual Mother
and Daughter banquet this spring was enjoyed by all, as was the "Hick Hop", the Sadie Hawkins dance, sponsored
by the league which started the school year oft.
UNDER THE LEADERSHIP ot Art Wilson and the supervision ot Mr. Manning, this year's Boys' League Cabinet has
worked efficiently to give the League one of the best years in its history. 0 The Cabinet has advanced and worked
on many worthy projects. The snacks you have enjoyed at the lootball games, and the bigger and better pro-
grams turnished tor the games are two oi their outstanding accomplishments.
Row I-Sharon Spurgeon. Virginia t
Bower. Miss Foreman. Earlene l
Knisley, Sue Perkins. Sonya
How 2-Iudy Bowsher, Mary Crumpton,
Barbara Bowman. Marian Haw-
kins, Dolores Bader, Elmer Gril-
liths. Maureen Callahan, Elea-
nor Rothwell. Iudy Draper and
Dorothy Worrell, not present.
Row l-Bill Marchi. Bob Humble. Art
Wilson, Tom Taylor.
Row 2-Ed Losee, Marshall Wix. New-
man Porter, Skippy Carmichael.
THE COMMISSIONERS ARE chosen from second period classes to help bring order to our
MAD. World. During the past year, they have done a commendable job in keeping the
halls quiet and assisting us to live within the laws of our student government.
MORF THAN EVER before
the House ol Representa-
tiven has accomplished
many important steps
toward the betterment of
fachool government. With
our Vice-President lohnny
Ochoa to help them along,
the representatives from
each Znd period Class meet
trequently to iron out the
problems that arise on the
campus. They have acted
as a link between the stud-
ent body and cabinet,
EUVEH ED AN
-Bower. Hardway, Hedeen.
-Ward, Bowman, Hawkins, Bow-
sher. Pottenger, DeNault.
-Loury. Rutherford, Rothwell,
Nugent, Miss Foreman. Barbara
Scofield and Earlene Knisley,
Winter graduates not present.
MADQUINS, AN HONORARY club ot senior girls, is one of the most admired organizations
at M.A.D. The fifteen girls are chosen on the qualifications of outstanding contribution in
school activities, friendliness, scholarship, sportsmanship and cooperation. This year they
have established several precedents for future years, One outstanding service was
ushering at all home football games and the decoration of the bleachers and goal posts.
THE MONARCS IS one of M.A,D.'s outstanding clubs. It is composed entirely of senior
boys. These boys are the school leaders, those who excel in athletics and scholarship and
every branch of school activity. With the Madquins they sponsored a very successful dance
for the student body. Membership in this club is a coveted honor.
Row 1-Mr. Manning, Bob Humble,
Leon Iohnson, Bruno Harris,
Alan Tanner, Walt Anderson,
Richie McC1intic. Iohnny Ochoa.
Dave Felix, Laird Moody.
--Ebby Thompson, Roy Hall. Art
Wilson, Ed Bell, Duane Bassi,
Phil Rheingans, Winston Goller,
Newman Porter. Iohn Covell,
Marshall Wix, Phil Bortells.
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WALTER ANDERSON W. M. BOULTINGHOUSE
DONNA ANDRESON RAY BROWNWOOD
IAMES AUSTIN ED BELL
Leon Iohnson, President
Walt Anderson, Vice-President
AURA CUELLAR LOUROY ELDER FLOYD FRALEY EILEEN FERGUSON IOYCE GILMOUR
ARY CRUMPTON HERMAN EICHENHOFER MARILYN FREDERICKSEN OREN GORHAM CARMELA GIULIANI
IMES ESPINOSA LOIS FALLER DAVID FELIX ROBERTA GOODWIN ROY HALL
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ILLA MAE HICKS
PHYLLIS IEAN LEN1
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Lu VONNE MARQUIS SHIRLEY PETERSON BARBARA SCOFIELD SHARON WYNNS
EARLE McxcDONALD VIRGINIA RIVERAL LOUANNE SMITH FRED YOUNG
SUE PERKINS MARVEL ROBERTS SUZANNE SMITH DON CONDIT
ROBERT PHILLIPS PAT ROBEY ALAN TANNER RICHARD YOST
BILLIE MAE AUTEN
Richard McCl1nt1c Presldent
Fred Garslde Vlce Presldent
Dolores Bader Secretary
Barbara Pottenger Treasurer
B DE S F HEWELI.
'HIL BORTELLS LAUREL BOERSTLER KENNY BRYANT VIRGINIA BOWER LEROY BOVEY
RGARET BIDDLE IAMES BRIDEGUM LOUANNE BOVEY GENE BUNCH IUDY BOWSHER
.BERT BOWMAN MARY LOIS BOS ROBERT BOWIE BARBARA BOWMAN REGINALD BROADWAY
THEY VE BED
D ORA B ROWN
MARGIE c mrou
Amer: con nl-:nAs
Gsoncm ANN coop
ELLA Mm: iCLARK
PUHTH TU EU IJ EH
ETHEL COTTRELL ESTELLE CURRIE
VIRGINIA COUCH DUANE DICKSON
BARBARA COWGILL ROSEMARIE DAVIS
BETSY CRUSAN ISABELLE DELFOSSE
CAROL MADIGAN WADE SHURTLEFF
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CLEO EYHE MAX FANELLO SUE ANN FENNIKOH DON GALLOGLY DONNA GAHRISO1
IAN ELLET KENNETH FLINT DORIS FETTERS KENNETH GATES ANNABELLE GEOHC
SHIRLEY FAULKNER GORDON FRALICK PAT FODDRELL FRED GARSIDE IOANNE GERE
LOIS FARHAR ANN FENNER DONNA GALLIANO MALCOLM GERSCHLER DENA GODBER
THEY H VE
'ATRICIA GODBER BOB GINTHER
.ENNA GOODRICI-I LYLE GILLERSTROM
HIRLEY GARLOW WINSTON GOLLER
BILLIE GRIFFIN DICK GAEBEL
GEORGE HARPOLE ELLEN HARDWAY
DAVE HARVEY IOAN HARTER
DON HATFIELD SONYA HEDEEN
BOB HIROI-IATA IOAN HEMBORG
I SPIH TIUN AN
IOANNE IGERT GERALD IENSEN VIRGINIA KELLY
ARLENE IELINEK IOANNE IESME GEORGE KAHL
CYNTHIA IENSEN CHARLES IEFI-'ERSON MADELINE KEMPTOI
HAROLD IACKSON LEE KAUFMAN
HIGH IIJEIILS .IIS
BETTY KENNER DAVID KIMBALL BEVERLY LEACH IOI-IN LORENZINI LILLIE LETT
IAROL KIRCHNER IOI-IN KIRKPATRICK SHIRLEY LEADINGHAM ROBERTA LEEPER NATALIE LEVINSON
IOANN KOLLING AGNES KURTNAKER EDWARD LQFLEUR NANCY LEE IOAN LINDEN
PAT KOHOUT OREN LAIDLEY MARILYN LEE BARBARA LEGG ANNIE LIU
THEY H VE
MARY LOUISE LOVE
IAMES Mc CALLUM
E PTIV TEH
U H M!-IIIITE CAMPUS.
RICHARD MCCLINTIC BETTY MYERS IAMES MICHAELSON BILL NEWBERRY
MARY IANE MISTRETTA DENNIS MCNULTY HARRY MILLER GERTRUDE OAKLEY
IANE MOORE GEORGE MENCY WESLEY MUNGER BOB OLDS
CARYI. MURPHY RAY MEYERS CHARLENE NUGENT FLOYD OLSON
Y THEIR F HES BE
IOHNNY OCHOA BARBARA POTTENGER NEWMAN PORTER
ROBERT OLSEN IACKIE PURCELL DON QUALLS
PHYLLIS PETERSON WALTER PALMER PAT QUIGLEY
LOIS PINKSTON DONALD PARTRIDGE DOROTHY RODGERS
SUSAN ROGERS CHARLES RODGERE
IOSEPHINE ROSS EUGENE RONALD
RICHARD RANDALL LOLITA ROTHWELL
PHIL RHEINGANS IOYCE RUTHERFORI
EEESSF L A'D PPY
BARBARA IEAN SLICK
AS THEIR FU R YEARS
BARBARA SHAFFER CHARLES STAFF IEAN TAYLOR TOM TAYLOR IOANNE TURNE
SHARON SPURGEON BOB STEPHENS MARILYN TAYLOR BOB TIETZ DIANE TUPPEF
IOYCE STUTESMAN MIKE STEPHENS BEVERLY TRIPP RICHARD THOMAS WARD UPSON
CAROLYN SWANSON DAVID STONE IOAN TRUDEAU EDWIN THOMPSON DIXIE 'VAAGE
U H MAH WUHLD.
DON VICK BARBARA WILKINS DICK WALTERS MARSHALL WIX
EROY VOGEL WANDA WOOCK RONALD WEITZMAN HAL WHOLEY
.EE WALLICK BETSY WARD IOHN WEBER ARTHUR WILSON
DRGE WALTERS CAROLYN WATSON LEO WHITLOCK SYLVIA YOUNG
Eddie Losee, President
Bob Fordham, Vice-President
Betty Bailey, Secretary
Charleen Noyer, Treasurer
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Row 1-Harold Shapiro, Bob Giniher, Don Bean. Don Burrell, Kenneth Zerbe, Bob Siroud. Warren Hall,
How 2-Bob Capranica. Kent Berge. Andy Cullincme, Ierry Raquel, Lloyd Hill, Ben Massey, Iohn Earl,
THEY HE WIJHTHY
l-Pat Landers, Katy Brown. Pat Sringer, Betty Bailey, Nell Hill, Betty Tuggle, Dolores Hansen, Lou Ann Bigge, Mary
2-Eileen Noser, Virginia Benson, Frances Bishop, Mariane Blaine, Ioanne Peterson, Ann Owen.
-Margie Oliver, Phyllis Leach, Donna Hobbs, Ioan Chambers, Marlene King, Sharon Kruse, lean Nelson, Leona Peterson,
-Pat Berry, Frances Peterson. Pat Edwards. Florence Nash, Barbara Flannery, Margaret Gillespie. Fern Feldman, Margo
Glyn. Barbara Hoefler, Viola Hayes.
5-Sylvia Sievert, Kathy Griffin.
4-Eugene Michelson, Dick Pringle, Richard Gish, Sam Cauiield. Dwight Hulse, Bill Hunter, Iere Robinson, Darrell Anderson
2-Alonzo Collins, Morris Washington, Morris Lee. Lee Schailel, Walter Shelly, Fanning Oakley, Max Bengel, lack Cooper
3-Lloyd Nickoly. Lee Griiiin, Don Webster, Klane Robinson, Arthur Dawson, Eugene Morotta, Richard Lopez, Bill Carlson,
Leon Van Noy, Don Doll. Gordon Smith.
lack Weber, Bill Meyer, Bob Cox.
nolds, Iohnny Waddell, Pete Densmore.
Iirnmy Flores, Bob Broadway, Francis Spichletz. Norman Baily, Robert lacks, Dale Iockish. Gordon Iuvenal, Bob Fowler.
Bill Nelson, Paul Muller, Reggie Wear. Larry McNamee, Wally Thompson, Allen Hathcock. Richard Scharnecchia, Burt Rey-
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1-Thelma Phillips, Virginia Brennan, Edith Michel, Ruth Ann Gardner, Lisa Larson. Iulia Wall, Kathy Hopen.
2-Winnie Lou Card, Ioan Miller. Pat Van Pappelendam, Carol Fowler, Lois Benson, Betty Grout, Ianet Noyes, Ianice Iacobs.
Ellen Ann Geibler.
3-Marilyn Galvin, Georgianna Bissel, Connie Stokes. Helen Doty, Verna Lee Baker, Beverly Smith, Beverly Contner, Ianet
Troxel, Patsy Bishop, Peggy Bishop.
4-Carol McClung, Marie Schmidt, Gloria Ward, Katherine Tosh, Ann Gollands, Ina Mae Kellar, Eleanor Iohnson.
5-Florence Nash. Frances Peterson, Barbara Flannery, Margo Glyn. Barbara Hoetler, Leona Peterson.
-Darya Berg, Ioann Lee. Lorraine Murphy, Frankie Lee, Margaret Faulkner, Caroline Castle, Rosalie Nash, Mary Pollgreen.
Virginia Helph, Rita Duryea.
2-Dorothy Daniels. Charleen Noyer, Ierri Balling, Pat Siegrist, Frances Cureton, Iessica Blount, Lillie Lett, Mary Armstrong,
Helen Dickinson, Carol Hadsel, Ruth Van Meter.
3-Marilyn Baker, Bobbie DeNault, Dorothy Worrell. Marilyn Boehm, Elma Grillitts, Evangeline Filla, Saralyn Grossman.
Alice Quayle Carolyn Chadwick, Phyliss Quigly, Barbara Harris, Marianne Schouten, Barbara Hutt, Audrey Iones. Ardith
Shearer, Marilyn Brown, Mary Contreras, Beverly Harbert. Pat Groener.
ABE NIJ LUNGEH EHEENIE5
A MAHITE FUTURE
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Editor Advisor Editor
THESE P T THE MAH
HERE IS YOUR 1948 Annual! It has been a joy
and a privilege for us to review our MAD,
World tor the past year. We have selected and
chosen the pictures which we hope are repre-
sentative of our campus activities. Our thanks
go to clubs, their sponsors, the members of the
student body, and, most of all, to the adminis-
tration for their fine cooperation. We hope you
are satisfied with the result of our efforts.
The book took shape as the months
Snaps to be edited . .
Decisions to be made .
How 1--Bill Murchi, Elaine Huge. Ioan Hurier, Ellen Hurdway. Pal Foddrell, Iudy Draper. Kenny Bryunl
Row 2-Buddy Lumley, Duane Bassi. Bob Olsen, Phil Bortells. lack Fenner, Ann Hurry, Tom Taylor
Marlene Bowers. Mr. Griffin.
Olsen. Lumley. McMurphy. Stone. Goodwin. Covell. Miller. Garrison. Bussi.
2-Bader. Spurgeon. Rogers. Leach. Oliver. Abeling, Rnderson. Bowsher. Humble.
3-George. Dolan. Islinek. Stokes. Hill. Lee. lacks. Haque. Purner.
4-Boestler, Slick. Saunders. Crumpton. Miss Mosher.
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P BLISHI E THE WILDII T
THE WILDCAT, the weekly school publication, is compiled by the students and the English
department with the cooperation ot the printing classes. Under the new supervisor, Miss
Vivienne Mosher, and editors lohn Covell and lames Miller, this activity has played an
important part in school lite Each Friday morning before classes land sometimes during
them tooth practically every student could be seen with his head buried in that week's
edition, reading about all the latest events around school.
Reviewing the social whirl Sport page - a must for Madites
Editing the MAD campus news Proof-reading the Wildcat
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THE HEIGHT OF ambition for all Maclite songsters is membership in our A Cappella Choir.
Because of their outstanding work in competition with other groups, in concerts and in
operettas, the choir has added to the prestige of MAD. Much of the success is clue to
the generous and helpful leadership ot the choir's director, Chester Ullom. The choristers
have made several broadcasts over KFWB, which are generally followed by the Citizens
of this area. Around school, the name A Cappella has become synonymous with good
inuinic and line entertainment.
SPONSORED BY Mrs. Potts, every member
in the Piano Club is active. He must be
willing to play lor the group some time
during the year. He is tree to choose his
own classical selection. lt is a valuable
experience to play for other students who
can give constructive criticism as well as
TU ll NAME
"IT'S A GRAND NIGHT for singing."
It we've heard it once, We've heard
it a hundred times, coming from the
direction ol the Varsity Boys' Glee
Club room every third period. These
A Cappella aspirants, under Mr.
Ullom, can give out with anything
from "Dry Bones" to the Alma Mater
and are often called upon to do so.
"BIGGER AND BETTER things!"
That was the cry of the Senior Girls'
Glee Club this year. They started
an outside choir of the very best
voices and still managed to keep up
with the strenuous program that their
THE IUNIOR BOYS' Glee Club has
become one of the largest groups
in school. Their membership has
reached titty-five. Singing for all
they are worth, the boys have tried
to reach a greater degree ol musical
SENIUH HAND ANU
THE SENIOR AND Iunior Bands
arc the outstandirtg l'1f3iT1lTT'9I'1iC1l
O.'QCl!llfZGllO"'lZ at ltfl.ll..l'J, Corn-
poned ol the rhythm experts, and
supervised by Mr. Scott, they
provide us with music for asrzomw-
blie s, concertr, and other special-
ty programs. These top-lliaht
groups, when in competition with
other schools, always bring home
honors tor our school.
Under the immediate supervision ot
Mrs. Potts, the lunior Girls' Glee
has done an excellent job again
this year ot inspiring girls to join
their club by the grand work they
display. The organization is open
to all girls who really enjoy music.
4E MARCHUM3 BAND,un-
ar the direction ot Mr, Boyer,
ive spirit and pep to the
etween-hall period during
otball season. Their colorful
'iilorms and splendid marchf
g will long be remembered
y those who watched the
THE SENIOR AND Iunior Orch-
estras provide the musical
background of our M. A. D.
World. These "horn blowers"
and "bow scrapersu, through
self-sacrifice and hard work,
have given much to our MAD
lite. They receive the funda-
mentals ol instrumental music
and develop a number of fine
and promising artists, Mr. Scott
is the director of the instru-
"IT WAS THE BEST play liore in years "
Thats what tliey :said about tlie League
Play, Mary Robert.: Rlioiriliarfsz comedy,
"Ti::li." Tlie appreciative crowd was
kept "rolling in tliv ai:ale:1" as a :skilf-
fully directed and cleverly :staged play
unfolded before a packed audience, I
"Tian" was :so well received that tlie
Winter Seniors :sponsored a repeat per-
formance with tlie idea of piircliafsing CI
football ascorelioartl witli tlie proreedss
"llUH HEARTS WEHE
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Tl-lE SENIOR CLASS Play, "Our Hearts Were
Young and Cray" provided a humorous and
delightful evening of entertainment Pat Dolan
as Cornelia and lucly Bovvsher as Emily, gave
an excellent performance ot this comedy con-
cerning youth in the Twenties. The support-
ing cast included Deon Loury, Sharon Spur-
geon, Don Partridge, Gene Mariotta, Nancy
McFarland, Maureen Callahan, Lee Carmi-
chael, Ed lacowbowral-cy, Chuck Staff-and
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FOLLOVVING A TTt!l.lWlTlON at yearn
the Drainaticiz aitl Miizic Departments
presented the Christina.: play The
play offered iliiez year, i'The Saint,"
wa: one ot dignity and quiet humor
Its setting was the Middle Age.: and
the castiiine.: added color to a theme
that illustrated the true Christmas
spirit. Mrs. Doty and the cast have
our congratulations, Mr Ullom and his
choriin our thank.: tor rome tine music
THIS CLUBS membership is made up
of the outstanding students in dramf
aticm Under the able direction ot Mrs
Doty, they not only participated in
several plays this year, but enjoyed
trips to theaters in the metropolitan
a:ea. They have had as guest speak-
ers prominent people connected with
the theater and occasionally enjoyed
a party among themselves.
DUILIJING THE SET, supervising the
stage scenery, lighting and sound
ellects, our Stage Crew has been the
"behind the scene" element in all our
musicals, plays, and assemblie: They
have proved indi zpensable to all M A D
THRU GH ACTIVE
"A NEAT POSTER on the bulletin board?" "Get the Paleteerslu "See if we can have Egyptian decoration?"
l'Ok, go ask the Paleteerslu This type of conversation goes on all year and as you can gather, the guys and gals
who carry the load ot these MAD. brainstorms are the honor art students, the Paleteers. Under the able leader-
ship ot Miss Clemmons, this paint brush and pastel corps has accomplished an outstanding record of achieve-
ment this year. They're the ones who fixed the trash cans with clever green and white hints and planted the
football posters through the campus. Wherever the talents of artists are needed the Madite Paleteers are ready
with snappy ideas and the enthusiasm to carry them through.
WITHOUT A DOUBT, one of the most active and popular organizations in school is our Iunior Statesmen. Parti-
cipating in worthy affairs ol school-wide and even state-Wide importance, these hard working Madites conducted
our March ot Dimes campaign, sent delegates to regional conventions and were even represented on the air. They
are led by Mr. Martin and have really built up a proud name for themselves and their school,
UHEANIZATII1 S, WE
LHS HUENUS VEEINU5
'QCOM0 ESTA USTED? Muy bien, gracias!" And it's not Greek, either!! Thats the kind ol lingo they spout in
M.A.D.'s Spanish Club, Los Buenos Vecinos. Made up of second, third, and fourth year senors and senoritas, the
organization is designed to create a living interest in our neighbors to the South. Even meetings are sometime.:
conducted in Spanish so that the members will have a real feeling ol lite "South of the Border,"
SALVE MAGISTRAF Salvite, Discipulil These phrases might start another of the monthly meetings ot the Latin
Club. The magistra, the teacher, being Miss Mabel Drummond and the discipuli, the students, her budding young
Caesars. The members, second year Latin students, belong because ot their interest in Latin and their love tor
good times. The club combines these interests in parties at Saturnalia CChristrnasl and picnics a la Roman style
"THE MAD. CAMERA club has be-
come one of the largest organiza-
tions in the school. This year it has
been divided into two groups, ad-
vanced and beginners. Interest has
been high in contests both local and
national. Good speakers have talked
on the use oi the camera and the
proper developing of film,
THE MAD. USHERS are those fellas
who guard the doors like jailers dur-
ing our assemblies and look so
"classy" while on the job at evening
programs. Under the guiding brain
UD of Eddie Losee, the ushers, along
with their regular job of handing out
programs and taking tickets, do a
line job of controlling our MAD
"traffic" and our loud voices. Hats
to you tor a hard job Well done!
THE MATH CLUB has been under
the supervision of Mr. Pilmer tor the
past several years. Its purpose is ta
fill the need of those students who
enjoy higher mathematics and plan
to make a real study of these sub-
jects. This group may be small but
they do not lack in brain-power.
B B T SPECIAL
T LE T5 HE DEH
WITH A MEMBERSHIP
of hundreds, cmd under
the leadership of Miss
Cummens and President
Eileen Dunham, this
club of Iunior and Sen-
ior girls is organized to
promote friendship and
sociability among all the
girls on the campus.
They have had guest
speakers on poise,
and other subjects in-
teresting to High School
SEHVIEE AND SHE TLY
ONE OF THE main duties of the Speech Honor Club is to provide speakers for the many contests offered the stud-
ents of M.A.D. each year. This Worthy group is ably sponsored by Mrs. Holmgren. The winners this year of the
American Legion Contest were lack Fenner and lanice Iacobs. The Lions' Club competition was Won by Dwight
Hulse and Louanne Bigge.
"TO STRENGTHEN THE bonds of friendship around the globe" is the purpose of the World Friendship Organiza-
tion. With Mr. Wood, their sponsor, they meet the second Friday of every month to work on such worthwhile
projects as boxes for "CARE" and correspondence with high school students 'round the world,
EU THIB TE TI1 THE
MKTITING THE THIRD Friday of every month, the Tri-HiMY is one of MA Dfs most active service clubs. Under the
auidance of Kathie Hopen, these gals accomplished Wonders this year. In December they sponsored the annual
Motlier-Daughter banquet, and went caroling at Christmas time, The club also sent representatives to the
Tri-l-li-Y Conference held at Pacific Palisades. This hard Working group, open to freshmen and seniors alike,
ia: :sponsored by the Y.M.C.A.
THE DEBATE CLUB is the newest
addition to our M.A.D. Campus.
Organized early this year, this
group has made rapid progress
under their sponsor, Mr. Smith.
From this beginning, we are eX-
pecting some finished orators in
the next few years.
MANY INTERESTING experiments
and talks were given in the meet-
ings ot the Mad Scientists. Those
students interested in any branch
ol the physical sciences should
be a member of this group. 0
The club sponsors this year were
Mr. Ward and Mr, Hudson.
THE CALIBEES WERE organized
in l942 tor the purpose of pro-
moting good citizenship, leader-
ship, and entertainment. This
club has endeavored to bring
out the talents ot each member
ot the group. Under the sponsor-
ship of Dr. lohnson and Mrs.
Michel, the club stressed leader-
ship as the important point for
VISUAL EDUCATION is becoming more im-
portant every year in our M.A.D. education.
The students pictured here are the technicians
who keep the films rolling. They have given
much time to the success of the visual program
and together with their sponsor, Mr. Oliver,
deserve our thanks.
THE STUDENT STORE is a co-operative effort
which supplies a convenient shopping center
tor the students of M.A.D. Much appreciation
is due to the group of students who have
devoted their time to dispensing these articles
which prove necessary to our educational
THIS YEAR, under the co-sponsorship
of Miss Iahr and Miss Mosher, the
"Einsteins" of M.A.D. have accom,
plished a great deal. Under the
leadership of Betsy Ward and Iarnes
Miller, they held the annual "Gold
Seal" banquet, and of course took
advantage of their yearly ditch day.
We are justly proud of our "ten
pointersng gone is the idea that the
"brains" in Scholarship are just un-
enthusiastic book worms!
PPI E55 UP
THE GIRLS WHO belong to the
Circle M are CI select group. This
club is the highest athletic organiza-
tion in girls' sports. Membership is
gained by accumulating l8U0 points
which are given for being a member
of several girls' teams and partici-
pating in the "extra" activities.
Under the leadership of Bev Conners
and Charlene Nugent, they have had
a very successful year. The year
ended with the spring Banquet
where the awards for the year were
presented and new members and
I1 H MAD WUHLI1
THE ACTIVITIES of the High School
Christian Association are a source
of inspiration which should be re-
membered by the members of this
club for many years to come, The
periods devoted to prayer and song
should impress all of us with the
feeling that life is composed of other
than frivolous things.
"HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR! Shoulder
arms!" Yes, it's the Cal-Cadets at
it again! Under the commanding
eye of Mr. Verl Murray, this regiment
of future Generals C?l drill third
periods, polishing up their military
routines, The past year, several
cadets have made trips to the
neighboring junior high schools, giv-
ing demonstrations to encourage
membership in this worth while
HEHIJE5 UF THE BLUIIH
MEMBERS OF THIS CLUB have the distinction and privilege of wearing the school They have this honor
because they have been granted ct letter for participation on school teams. No one can be a member of this select
group who has not been officially awarded this letter. Under the leadership of Mr. Murray and Winston Golfer,
they have had a very successful year.
EHZUVIPIU S UVEH ALI.
WHO ARE THE reigning queens ol sport in this valley? Why our own Madite "Glamazons," What is their
organization? The GAA. natchll Under the direction ot Barbara Pottenger, our "muscle maids" have held the
champs crown again this year. Besides their lively meetings, the GAA. sponsors the spring banquet and pre-
sents awards to deserving feminine athletes. The gals in GAA. are those who have earned the necessary 200
points, which are harder to earn than the boys are willing to admit! The G.A.A. is also the first step towards
"Circle M," the highest girls' athletic organization in our "Mad Muscle" World.
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AS A RESULT of their tireless
efforts, Dick and Denny were re-
warded with ringing enthusiasm
from the packed bleachers of
faithful fans supporting the MAD.
Wildcats. They have really done
a fine job of leading yells and
arousing our school spirit.
FROM THE OPENING stanza of our "Fight Song" to the closing bars of the Alma Mater,
Ioanne, Bettye, Ioyce, Dorothy, and Nancy were always on the job, ready to bring out the
best in our lusty voices. On the field, in the gym, or on the :stage their flowing pom-penis
and flashy outfits were much in evidence as the sports year unfolded before M.A.D,'s eyes
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w-Porter, Bortells, B. Cox, W. Hall, Arian, Goller, Iohnson, R. Hall, Bell, Anderson, McPherson, Coach Blackman.
Gallogly, Densmore, Hirohata, Brownwood, Losee, Carruthers, Moody, Chrisman, Marshall, Barrett, Dickson,
Nicklin, Carmichael, Girvetz, Hill, Bryant, Shurtlefl, Hart, DeMore, Levine, Adams, Humble, Mgr. Stelle.
Miller, Maag, Hancock, Goodwin, Huges, Burge, Broadway, Gould, Collins, Bender, Bridegum, Shook.
M.A.D. 20 Muir B
M.A.D. 50 Citrus 6
M.A.D. 7 South Pasadena 7
MJ-LD. 33 Hoover 12
M.A.D. 20 Covina 0
M.1X.D. 21 Montebello U
M.A.D. 18 Burbank 20
MJ-LD. 7 Glendale 21
"Loyal sons and daughters in a chorus now unite
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WITH ONE THOUGHT in mind, Head Coach Bob Blackman and Line Coach lackie Musick combined their talent.:
with the team and school spirit to give the Wildcats one of the best squads ever assembled. The team was un-
defeated after the first six games, but injuries weakened them and they lost the last two games. At the close of
the season, many 'Cats were mentioned for honors. Alan Tanner, Walt Anderson, and Winston Goller were
named on the first team all league, while Leon lohnson made the second string. Walt and Winston were also
placed on the all-San Gabriel Valley first team, and Winston brought further honors by being tabbed as second
team all-CIF, tackle. To our team, our hard working coaches, and all who worked with the Cats this season,
goes our unending and grateful praise.
Barrett heads for pay dirt
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THE BEE TEAM ended a very good season by coming in second
in the Foothill League. They tied the Champions, Burbank, in
a l2 to l2 game. The Bees had the distinction ol being the
highest scoring team among their competition. Benny Vance,
one ot the high scorers, was loaned to the Varsity and therefore
missed the last two Bee games, This may have meant the
margin of victory. Many of the Bee lettermen are moving up
to the Varsity next year and We are expecting great things
M.A.D. S Mark Keppel 19
M.A.D. 25 , , , Citrus 5
M.A.D. 6 South Pasadena 7
MJ-LD. 24 , Hoover 13
M.A.D. 60 ,,,,,, Covina 6
M.A.D. 18 , Montebello 6
MJLD. 12 ,, , , Burbank 12
M.A.D. 6 , Glendale 8
BEE5 FU SHT H HD
Row l-Qualls. Regan, Waddell, Gillett, Thompson, Shapiro, Stroid. Vllear, Sadler. Captain Wagner, Zerbe, Bean.
Row 2-M. Cox, Larson. McMullan, Bills, Ronald. Adams. Vance. Simpson, A. Bowman. Cartagena, Cullinane
Row 3-Woods, K. Palmer, Upson, Caulfield, Deliosse, Keavney. Iohn Adams, Iim Adams, Humble, Iones, McMillin.
Row 4-Edgar. Parkinson, Burns. Glick. Hardy, W. Woods, M. Moody. Chatters, Maxwell, Smith, Carnine.
How 5-Crapo. Zerbel. I. Gates, Kratavil, Snedden, Washington. Bedney, Wilson. H. Iones, Lee, Epler, Mgr. Springer.
Row 6-Laileur, Widrig, Willis, B. Gates, Knutson, Weismann, Kewell. Gerber. lviowry. Iohnson, Mgr., Greer, Mgr., Coach McAllister
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South Pasadena 50 M.A.D. 26 South Pasadena
Glendale Hoover ,, 60 MJ-LD. 29 Glendale Hoover
Covina , ,428 M.A.D. 28 Covina , ,
Montebello ,5U M.A.D. 25 Montebello
Burbank 40 M.A.D. 23 Burbank ,
Glendale 37 M.A.D. IB Glendale ,
Row l-Iohn Covell, Walt Anderson. Richard McClintic. Alan Tanner, Ed Bell. Don Condit.
Row 2-Coach Stevens, Laird Moody. Gary Hull, Newman Porter, Bob Miller. Louie Gallel. Ed Losee.
THE VARSITY BASKETBALL team played a courageous season against superior teams.
Often they looked like championship material, but the score was usually in favor of their
opponents, As the league competition ended, they found themselves next to last in the
zztandings. Fortunately, they stood above Covina and could remember many a hard
A D EHEE SHUTS
THE BEES PLAYED a hard session this year and ended
in a tie for third place with Burbank, Many who
watched the games were thrilled by the close scores
that separated them from being the top of the pile,
The Bees are to be congratulated for their undying
spirit and will to Win.
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Row l-Bill Wagner. Kenny Zerbe, Andy Cullinane, Ebby Thompson, Bob Bills, Bob Stroud.
How 2-lack lessen, Bart Keaveny, Don Camine, Chuck Henderson. Ken Palmer, Iohn McMillian
Row 3-Coach Stevens, Milan Moody. Louie Best, David Kimball. Horace Gillett. Dave Knudsen
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Row l-Kent Beige. lim Adams. Bob Max-
well. Lloyd Nickoley. Ralph Qualls.
Dave Peterson. Mgr.
Row 2-Steven Reed. Larry Shallers. lohn
Peters. Gus Goller. Stan Denburg.
Steve Brodie. Tony Wynn. Harry
Row I-Dewey Nickoley. Mgr.. Richie
Humble. Tom Sutherland. Roland
Moody. Dale Hicks, Ierry Raquel.
Row 2-Ralph Niclcoley. Mgr.. Richie
Adams. Roland Marchand. Adolph
Wilner. Billy Hicks.
THE CEES WON three games and lost two to their opponents. This placed
them in third place ir1 league standing. These boys deserve a round of
applause from the students ol MAD for the hard fought games they played,
THOUGH THEY ARE small in size, the Dees are the proud champions of MAD
basketball players. This team of mite coasted to a championship with a win-
ning streak of 100 per cent. We congratulate them and their coach Iackie Musick.
Row l-D. Barrett, E. Losee, I. Hancock, R. DeMore. B. Humble, A. Wilson. B. Olds, I. McNew.
Row 2-I. Regan, M. Adams, B. MacDonald. D. Gallogly. D. Walters, W. Shurlleli, D. Hatfield. D. Fuller,
Bow 3--Coach Murray, Mgr. B. Balough, I. Lorenzini, B. Chrisman. D. Hoggalt. H. Holdridge. L. McNamee,
B. Massey. B. I-lirohata, C. Miller, M. Wix, B. Vance. Mgr. G. Kahl.
Tlllf 'TRACK SEASON 15 opehiriq ogcxiri just oss the 1948 MAD World is going to press
We nm hopeful arid expecting the best. Our teams have shown progress and championship
mrrtferml in rlfirly competition, Before the season is over We are hoping lor new records
fmt! ri lifffiltliy respect from our lellow members ot the Foothill League,
How l-Spichlig. Bell. Boehme. Sanders.
Regan. Thompson. Zerbe. Becker,
Vance, Wix. Lorenzini. Gaebel.
Row 3-Mgr. Cash. Mgr. Wiltse. Washing-
lon. Archibald. I. E. Burns. NVol-
koys. Hoggall, Ames. Blain. Dunl-
ley. Wagner. Baynham. Knutson
Garcia. Coach Verl Murray.
How l--Mgr. Batlerson. Ruhle. Culp. D.
Stephens. Relph. H. Miller. las.
Adams. Comey. E. Adams. Hatch
Row 2-Coach Eugene McAllister. I. Bailey
Brodie. Marbury. Berge. Head
Wynn. Nickoley. D. Humble. Ash-
brook. Craigmyle. Schaar. Lusk
Row 3-Gillings. Marbury, Stanford
Towles. Scalora. Greer. Marchand
Wagner. Fetiers. Faries. Denburg
Geller. Graves. Eilner. Kiltle. Con
HAEETU MAH HLUHY
Lumley. Anderson. Gates. Cox,
BASEBALL SEASON FOR the M.A.D, Varsity and lunior Varsity has just begun,
wliile not championship material, will give their opponents many good games.
hoping experience and hard play will find us near the top in league standing.
MAD men hit the ball. and the dirt!
Row 1-Coach Blackman. McCallum, Bride-
gum. Cox. Adams, Ronald. Rhein-
Row 2-Porter, Franco, Bowman. Cameron.
Huliord, Bunch. Killian.
Row 1-Thompson. Burt, Talcolt. Schccr,
Chatters, Maxwell. Mortensen.
Peters. Coach Musick.
Row 2-D. Edwards. Edgar, Doluhson
Anderson. Beeps. Purner. Wuhner.
Ahlunder. Forrest. Ruimondo.
Row 3-Stelle, Wooden. Bensen. Willsey,
Waddell. Co Jington.
Early estimates are that both teams,
As the season progresses we are
A GREAT DEAL ol interest has been
shown in tennis this year. At least nine
of the team are returning letterrnen from
the lunior Varsity and Varsity of last
year. Early indications are that the
MAD net-men will give a good account
ol themselves. Most ol the practice
games have ended in our iavor. ' The
team is ably coached by Mr, Oliver,
VA H 5 IT Y T E N N I S Row I-Densmore. Capranica. Taylor, Gilleti, Bryant
How 2-McAdams, Clark, Marchi. Moody.
,I I n H H S Row I-Bokenko, Hightower. Cauifield. Stephens M Moody Valencia Levinson Henderson
Row 2-Garber, Hasenai. Smith. Shapiro, Raquet Peterson Prager Sutherland Wilson Ford
ham. Coach Oliver.
How l-Cooper. Hurry, Woods.
Row 2-Hurbert. Brownwood. Auten. Hansen. Lu-
How 3+Brown. Nute, Mrs. Yenney.
2-Poitenger, Brownwood. Auten, Rbeling.
3-Cooper. Hurry, Hcxrbert, I.cHouche. Nute,
-Draper, Rasey. Bowers. Goen, Ward.
Row l-Clark. Draper, Colbert.
2-Bowers, Gracicr. Davis, Anthony. Cahill.
Row 3--Hasey, Goen. Lawson. McMaster. Stewart,
Row lv-Hurry, Doty, Woods, Brownwood,
Auten, Gracia, Nugent, McGlasson.
Row 2-Foddrell, Auten, Goodrich, lelinelc,
Cooper, Pottenger, Dolan, Nute,
Row 3-Mrs. Yenney, Paulson, Abelina,
Harbert, Hanson, Watson, Glynn,
Ward, Berg, Worrell, Snedeker,
Row 4fMoore, Colbert, Anthony, Annin,
Noyer, Kenner, Hawkins
THOSE GlHl,S WHO sport the snowy white
lettermen with the fancy green letters are
the Catskill Racquetters. Under the coach-
ing ol Mrs. Brelos, the players who meet the
still membership requirements are really
hep on the art of hitting that fuzzy white
ball. Without lail, the girls bring bacli
top honors when in competition with othe-
schools. When they call game! setl matchl,
they really know what it's all about, and
we can be very proud of them.
How l-Bowers, Gracia, Draper, Nute,
Row 2-LaRouche, Hasey, Hanson, Mrs.
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MONROVIA, CALIF. ARCADIA, CALIF.
THE l948 MAD WORLD has now gone to press. lt is our privilege
to extend our thanks to the following people who so willingly gave
of their time and assisted in the many problems of publication
necessary to make our Annual successful.
Lessin's Studio, for the cooperation given us in taking the many
Buddy Lumley and Robert Olsen for their fine photographic con-
Special thanks to Mr. Ioseph C. Theilmann, for the frontispiece of
this year's book.
Many thanks to Pat Eoddrell for making this book a financial
success as Business Manager, and for the many hours she spent
typing the text of our Mad World.
Iudy Draper, Marlene Bowers, lack Fenner, and Ann Hurry
deserve our gratitude for the never-failing interest and cooper-
ation they have shown. '
Contributing his artistic talents to the publication of our book was
Dennis McNulty, who is responsible for the art work on the divi-
To our advisor, Mr. Thomas W. Griffin, with his never-tiring
patience and help, goes our deepest appreciation, for without
him this book would not have been possible.
ELLEN and IOAN
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