Mountain View Union High School - Blue and Gray Yearbook (Mountain View, CA)

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1938 BLUE AND GRAY PUBLISHED BY THE STUIQENT nom' OF MOUNTAIN YIEW INIUN HIGH SCIIUUL EDITOR . ..... . l,l'Cll.l.lfZ 'WARITZ Blfsmx-:ss Nl.n.u:l-:R . . . . . Tom .lon ART EDITOR . . . . l,u2n.x NM Anno Anusok. . . . Hm.r1NFox L 7 .?,0'LQw,0'ld The goal set by this staff is to present an informal review of the year. We have emphasized sehool aetivities through many informal student and fac- ulty pietures. This hook with its varied print and photo layouts represents everyday school life. Typical Noon Scum: rj f"'N Q1 e Mnritz l Marion Birkla d The staff of the 1938 Blue and Gray dedicates this hook to Marion Birkland, for her accomplishments as yearbook adviser for three years, and for her sincere friendship and cooperation with the stu- dents in making their work successful and enjoy- able. And to Lucille Maritz, editor-in-chief of the 1938 BLUE AND GRAY, who worked very faith- fully on this book until the last three weeks of the second semester when she was forced to discon- tinue school because of illness. Lucille has been responsible for planning the layouts and direct- ing the other staff members in their work. Zin iwlemnrp ui william jfnrmtnap A pivtorial amfonnt of - . . . the I93r-I938zu'tlx1t1c-s of studs-nts of Mountain Yiew Union HighS1-hool I PERSONNEL II ACTIVITIES III ATHLETICS IX' COMM ICRCIA L 5 IX5d xi X WN no - i if I p.QflA.0I'll'I.2L ,J H-:P .I -,.. -4- .. Four groups of people are directly responsible for the progress of MVHS. the lvoard of trustees and the principal, a faculty of twenty-three teachers. the seniors, and the remaining classes. Since our school is the center of interest for those connected with it, individual pictures of hoth February and June graduates are placed with views of the build- ing. Advisory groups appear in familiar campus scenes with custodians of the grounds and huildings completing the class pages. Principal Charles Crooks Graaluatvs: l hopv your trip from In-rv will ln' a plvasant ouv. XXI- haw- all hvarnl this vxprm-ssion many. many tiuws. hut it SPUIIIS vvry fitting livri-. Proliahly muvh ol' tho Sllt'l't'SS of your journvy will rlcpt-nal upon tho lllgllilgl' you art- taking. Arc- you pre-para-tl for hot wt-athvr? How ahout a hlizzarrl or snow storm? llavv you 2N'I'llllllllillf'Il a lot of EXCESS BAGGAGE during the- last four yi-ars? l usually liml that l pack too much for any journvy. so will you look at your luggage- with mv? If you havv pat-lu-rl a CLUAK of suspicion. throw it away. you tlonit nf-1-tl it. llo you havv a CHAT of llllllfl'l'l'l'lll'P in your luggagv? You may also throw that away. lf tlwrv is a VEST ligvl of jealousy in your luggage' throw it to the- four winds. If soli1vw'l1m'v tlu-ro is a RE MNA NT ol' lazinvss. hurl it to thv rag hvap. All thi- aliovf' can wt-ll iw vallvcl vxcvss lnaggagcr. You ll. w haw' room for packing 1'0Ilflllf'lll'1' in your follow man. an active intorvst in yu r community affairs. a rval tlvsirv for S1-rvirc' to yoursvlf aml othvrs, aml finally' ' inrlustrious attituclv toward whats-va-r you nu-ot. Now l know you will have- not oil v a plvasant hut a profitable- trip. LES R. CRI DUKE. HO.-KRD OF 'l'RllS'l'EES . FACULTY D. .l, Nordherg: Claude Redwine, rlrrk: Thomas J. 5 Ann Mylne, binlolll chemistry: M ll Xitkmn chum Straub, prvxillvnt: Hugh Wiley: Margaret Chceseman. Q Stun Ehysins: Caroline Wlvod, dean ul girls Robert ul, istory. FIRST URUI I': Wilhvllninn Burnlliwl rvgiflrzlr Tln-mlorv Mull:-vly -r x Floyd Wvilfll Ifvrllivz' lvllri Sl'.'lf0XlI GRIN I': lrvul llnrh-r He-lvn l:l'0l'llli1'Il Ile-In-n Colm-lmnl Lyle- llznnpln-Il TIIIIHI GRO! I': Hxlxunrd Smith Slamlm-5 .-hull-ram: Pllyllib SIPHQIII Ruth l"rn-1-lmllx ,laum-5 LQ-haln FUIRTII GRUlNl': Mn'r1':'1le's I':-urrv We-mln-ll llrulrln Marion liirklnml I,l't'lll' lloxsln-y Spalnifll. Lzllin iv:--prilwipzll. l'0lllllI4'l"l'iSll -Q-vrvlzlry lll1llll4'lllRllil'a unbia- lllillll1'lll1llil'N IHIINIQ' Spuniph lilIfhil'1ll1'llll1'..1'01I4'hilIl,l physical l'lllll'1lli0ll M-lmnl nnrw uciul wie-111-v. t'0ill'hil1fL Hr' manual arh l'0lllllN'l'l'i1ll hiillli' l'4'0nlllnil'P Y 4 x fH"l'll GRIN 'I': Hn-ln-n lfox lingliph Harry Edward, Eng.. dl'llllHlli1's.j0lll'I'lilliSlll 'O o 1' ,I Carol Byrd Edna Wilbur ' lilurarizm Englislx, Frm-nrh M -. ,. .9 4' 4 ff' L 1 . :gi ' N X 1 Kiyo ,-Un' lhvrtu lmv Burm- Malrgiv Huron Glaulyf Brown Sully .-Xlw john Balrklm-y G n-1r rginu BIAIPII .Ulu-rl Brunhoff C412 57 'I' Gus .-Xrmnnini lrom- Au fVlurjoriv lhuld lfxlnnuul liurka K.-ith llnnm-lla: lla-In-n lluvin Houurml Cll1lllllN'I'lill Tony Cirifrioll Ruth Clifford Hilliv Currie- RiI'lllII'1lCllll1'l' Tom hilly EZIIIIOIIII llllflgilll Lal Verne Ilysarl Bruce Eaton Mufulo Esli .le-:ln Ellsworth Miriam Ellsworth Lupe- Enrique-z Mary Enriquvz wYilIlill'1' Eric-llwn Maury Esvamo . Q 14 up G1-urge FI"k'lN'll Shiga- Fujii uqlliillll Galrlivpp 4:1'lQ'hlilll' Gu-nu-llo IH-In-r flllIlZllIYt's .xflllllf Gray nn- Grows xfllllll' llaum-n Hloiw Harrison Walla-r Hs-rnzmn ICN KQO f l'wt'I'llilllil0 lla-rr:-ro ham Illllllyl' Tom Job Millon Kulitm-rnu X um Hnngu f1lilil'l'J1lHOXi4'll Mnsalko KRIKKIWS Tumo Kamznki 44 57 3 il 2 3 T4-11 Hoplxillx Doris lk.-In Frank Kuwaunolo Lznlrm-vu Keaton Harold Kimball Kimiyv Kubota Donald Lawson Roh:-rl Lovu-joy x'iI'Killi1I MclIlllskvy lil:-nn Nllfxillllllr llvtly MvPllevh-rs Bolrhy Ml'I,ll1'Q'lQ'f fi!! 5 a 1 A 9 . W June Mar 4'e- Ili Franc-vs Me-na Margan-l Nagao Kay Nishimura Marjoriv Maron llvorge- Malsulna frflllllllll Hausa Lorvna Mylrva Laura Navarro He-In-n Nishiura I 4418 an is x F- x iff E S.- A, x H 1, . Eng A f N Q is Nga we 'X N, -I Marin- Row Sylxin R1lSiIlf11lllil 111-orgm-Sum-In-z H1-nry Sfllllllll lilydv Shvalre-r Mikeyo Sllilllil Fflnim- Shirnki Lf-0 Silvan Alllllllill Simin Tony Spily I 41 20 D Mildred Slf'ffllH H0lllt'f Slilivns l"rnm-is Snlhe-rluml Shvllry Wugne-r Keith Wilpoli Kokirlli Yuniuniolo Willizllll Sl e-al1 -il Tophie- Suvki T: llll ikn Todzl Norma Vizlrisio Mary Z: nlme- Ili Pictures of the following seniors do not appear in this section: Gus Bordig James Grifall, Ralph Harris, Edward Mylrea, Tony Perry, Harry Simin, Robert Straub, Helen Vander Aar. Advising the seniors has been the work of Marion Birkland fFebruary classl, lrval Carter, Wendell Grubb, Ann Mylne, Edna Wilbur. 'Ramada KIYO ABE GAA 2, 3, 43 Tennis SALLY ABE CSF 3 GAA GUS ARMININI CSF 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2. 3, 43 Student Body Treasurer 43 President of CSF 4 IRENE AXELL February Graduateg President of Class 3. 43 Secretary of Girls' Leagueg Yankee King '37 BERTA LEE BARNES GAA 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3. 43 Mad- rigal Singers 43 Dramatics 4 .lACK BARKLEY Council Representative 13 Track 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Co- captain Football 4 MARGIE BARON GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Lead in Operetta 33 A Cap- pella Choir 43 Annual Staff 43 Senior Play 4 Manager 4 GEORCINA BLACH Transferred from San Francisco 33 Ad- visory Secretary 33 Advisory Treasurer 4 GLADYS BROWN Transferred from Daly City 33 Carnival Booth Committee 43 Dramatics 4. ALBERT BRUNHOFER Transferred from San .lose 3g Track 3, 43 Track Manager 3, 4 44 22 MARJORIE BUDD Advisory Officer 33 Carnival Booth Chair- man 3g Girls' League Council 43 A Cap- pella Choir 4 EDMUND BURKE Baseball 4g Track 4 KEITH CANELLA Transferred from Iolani, Honolulu, 33 CSF 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Body Treasurer 43 Ten- nis Team 43 Baseball 4 HELEN CAVIN February Graduate3 GAA3 Secretary of GAA3 Yankee King '37 HOWARD CHAMBERLAIN Football l, 2, 3, 43 Manager of Sports 23 Boys' League Chairman 33 Senior Play 4 TONY CIRISCIOLI Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Vice President of Student Body 43 Vice Presi- dent of Boys' League 43 Sergeant-at-Arms of Student Body 4 RUTH CLIFFORD String Ensemble 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Girls' League Representative 43 Assistant Direc- tor of Senior Play 4 BILLIE CURRIE CSF 1, 2, 3, 43 Advisory Oflicer l, 2, 3. 43 GAA 3, 43 Girls' Chorus Accompanist 3, 4 RICHARD CUTTER CSF 3, 4 D TOM DOTY Transferred from Redwood City 33 Adver- tising Manager of Student Body 43 Coun- cil 4g Football 43 CSF 4 EAMONN DUGGAN Band 2, 3, 43 Basketball 43 Track 43 Dra- matics 4 LA VERNE DYSART Advisory Secretary l BRUCE EATON Art 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics 4 JEAN ELLSWORTH Orchestra and Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta Lead 13 Annual Staff 43 President of Ad- visory 33 President of GAA 4 MIRIAM ELLSWORTH Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta Lead 33 Sec- retary of Class 33 Secretary of Girls' League 33 Annual Staff 4 LUPE ENRIQUEZ Contest Winner in Typing 3 MARY ENRIQUEZ Choir 1, 2 WALLACE ERICHSEN Water Polo 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 MARY ESCANO February Graduate3 GAAQ Basketball Manager: Yankee King '37 GEORGE FRENCH CSF 1, 2, 3, 4 SHIGE FUJI1 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM GARLIEPP Track 1, 23 Vice President of Class 23 Man- ager of Boys' Athletics 4 CELESTINE GEMELLO Girls' Chorus l, 23 Operetta 33 CSF 43 Dramatics 4 PETER GONZALVES Tennis 13 Swimming 1, 2, 33 Class Presi- dent 3 ARTHUR GRAY Track 13 Eagle Staff 1, 23 Track Manager 23 Yell Leader 3 JAMES GRIFALL Operetta 33 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 A Cappella 3, 43 Senior Play 4 JUNE GROSS Transferred from Hollister 33 Vice Pres- ident of Girls' League 43 Secretary of Class 43 CSF 43 Senior Play 4 ARTH-UR HANSEN Football Manager 4 RALPH HARRIS Football 3, 4 ELOISE HARRISON Chorus l, 23 Junior Carnival Committee 33 GAA 33 Senior Play 4 Ci WALTER HERNANDEZ February Graduate3 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics 4 FERNANDO HERRERO Boys' Chorus 1, 23 Vice President of Ad- visory 3 YUTA HONGO Football 3 THEODORE REED HOPKINS Track 3, 43 Vice President of Class 43 Sen- ior Play 4 DORIS IKEBE GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 CSF 1, 2, 3, 4 ISAO INOUYE Basketball lg Track 2, 3, 43 Tennis 3, 4 CLAIRE JANOVICH Girls' Chorus 1, 23 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Eagle Staff 23 Dramatics 4 TOM JOB Track 2, 33 Council Representative 33 Jun- ior Carnival Chairman 33 Student Body President 4 MASAKO KAGAWA Orchestra 1, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 23 GAA 3, 4 MILTON KALITERNA CSF 1, 2, 3, 43 Band and Orchestra 2, 33 Basketball 3, 43 Track 4 TOM0 KANZAKI Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4 LAUREVA KEETON Transferred from Cupertino 33 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Chorus 4 HAROLD KIMBALL Transferred from Kimberly, Idaho, 33 Class President 1, 23 Band and Orchestra 1, 23 CSF 3, 43 Annual Staff 4 KIMIYE KUBOTA Girls' Chorus 1, 23 CSF 2, 3 DONALD LAWSON Operetta Lead 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Eagle Staff 3, 43 CSF 4 ROBERT LOVEJOY Secretary of Advisory 3 VIRGINIA Mm-CLUSKEY Chairman of Welfare Committee 33 Vice President of Advisory 33 President of Girl-' League 4 GLEN M1-MANUS February Graduate3 President of Class l, 2, 3g Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3 BETTY McPHEETERS CSF 1, 2, 3, 43 President of Advisory 23 Council 43 Representative of Girls' League 43 CSF Life Member BOBBY McPHEETERS Class President 13 CSF 1, 2, 3, 43 CSF Sec- retary 43 CSF Life Member JUNE MARCETTI February Graduate3 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Class Officer SUZIBL MARJORIE MASON Transferred from Etna, Colorado, 33 Sec- retary of Advisory 33 Operetta 33 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 4 GEORGE MATSUBA February Graduate: Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball I, 2, 3, 43 Council Representative 33 Senior Play 4 GRAHAM MAXWELL Transferred from Watford, Englandg Pres- ident of Class 43 CSF 43 Band and Orches- tra3 Cricket Team FRANCIS MENA February Graduateg GAA3 Girls' Chorus LORENA MYLREA Operetta 2, 33 Secretary of Class 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 4 MARGARET NAGAO GAA 2, 3, 43 CSF LAURA NAVARRO Operetta Lead 33 Chairman of Girls' League Decorating Committee 43 Senior Play 43 Annual Staff 4 KAY NISHIMURA GAA3 Girls' Chorus I, 2 HELEN NISHIURA February Graduate3 Chorus 1, 23 Advis- ory Secretary3 GAA CAROL NORDBERG Secretary of Class 33 Secretary of CSF 33 A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Representative of Girls' League 4 WILLIAM OKAMOTO A Cappella Choir 3, 4 BILL ORR CSF 33 .Iunior Carnival Committee 3: Track 3, 4 DONALD PARR Transferred from Calnpbell High EARL PAULLUS Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 President of Advisors 23 Tennis 3, 4g A Cappella Choir 4 NEAL PINTO Track 2, 3, 43 Operetta 33 Football 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Council Representative 3, 4 TONY PERRY Boys' Chorus 1, 23 A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Senior Play 43 Co-editor of Eagle 4 JOE QUERANTES Football I, 2, 3, 43 President of Advisory 23 Secretary of Advisory 3 HENRY QUILICI Boys' Chorus 1, 23 Operetta 2 GILREATH RAMSEY Baseball I, 2, 43 Football l, 2, 43 Band 2, -I-3 Orchestra 4 PAULINE RICKLIFF Transferred from Brekuiredge, Texas, 33 Eagle Stall' 3, 43 Public Speaking 43 Christ- mas Play 43 Senior Play 4 MARIE ROSE Chorus 1, 23 .lunior Carnival Committee 3 4:24a SYLVIO ROSIGANA Track 1, 33 President of Class 2 GEORGE SANCHEZ February Graduate3 Basketball 33 Foot- ball 3, 4 HENRY SCHULTZE Vice President of Class I CLYDE SHEARER Track 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics 4 MIKIYO SHINTA Transfer from Fremont 23 GAA 3, 4 ELAINE SHIRAKI February Graduateg Life Member of CSF: Yankee King ,373 Valedictorian February '38 HARRY SIMIN Baseball 3g Basketball 3, 4 ANTONIA SIMON Transferred from Blanka, Colorado, 33 GAA3 Band 3, 43 Girls' Chorus TONY SPILY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice President of Student Body3 Co-cap- tain of Football 43 Yankee King '37 MILDRED STEFFAN GAA 3, 43 Girls' League Committee Chair- man 43 President of Advisory 43 Secre- tary of A Cappella Choir 43 Senior Play 4 WILLIAM STEACH Basketball 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Senior Play 4 HOMER STILLANS Secretary of Advisory 23 Basketball 2, 4 TOSHI SUEKI Girls' Chorus 1, 23 GAA 2, 3, 43 Operetta 33 A Cappella 4 ROBERT STRAUB Class Council Representative 33 President of Student Body 43 CSF 4 FRANCIS SUTHERLAND Boys' Chorus 1, 2 TAMIKO TODA Girls' Chorus I, 2 NORMA VIARISIO February Graduate: Girls' Chorus I, 23 GAA3 A Cappella Choir SHELBY WAGNER Transferred from Mountain View Acad emy3 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 KEITH WILSON Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4g Track I, 2, 3, 43 President of Boys' League 4 HELEN VANDER AAR Girls' Chorus I, 23 Class Secretary 3 KOKICHI YAMAMOTO Boys' Chorus I, 23 Track 1, 23 Basketball I, 33 CSF 2, 3 MARY ZANETTI February Graduate3 Band Mistress 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA3 Officer of Girls' League law ' Uf thu twvnty lIlt'llllN'l'S of this inifl-your class, five boys lmvv tlistinguulie tl t le Ill si-Ive-s in tho fit-lrl of athlvtivs. llulwr. lshimura, Nlzly and 'l'vrzunur.1, r .nu on tht- lt'illll which took svvontl plum' in 5.11. V. A. l,. liasluftlnill. "Shipping that l10l'S1'llllll'H this liasvliull svuson wvrv Huh:-r anal Wim 1-lu r In-ing lnuskvtlmll stairs lSlllllllll'2l, Nlay. lll'l'2lIllUl'it ure- clistiiigliislwa tram 'ill Atkinson was tho only ont' of tht- class on thv varsity footliull IPHIII BIG Nl0Nll'IN'l'S VK vhulli tulle givvn hy l.uvillv Nlaritz. ai tumbling vxhilvition hy Virginia lint as uml svlvvtions hy tht' .-X tlappt-llavhoir1-oniptm-tl the' assi-inlnly lDl'0gIl'dIll - ron-oiu lay Nlr. .'hlllll'l'SOIl.S aulvisory. l"URl'i I Nlilllllglllgf il now lnooth in tha' "varnival" this your. low so-niors "hit . n x nr: with tht- golfing gl'1'1'll. ,X "Holi outii was tht- 1'apzu'ity of thi- low su 1 -.410 lnooth. 1'alrili4-l1'orn. pl'0pa1l'v1l hy tht' ulrlv lingors of Ylr. Croolu- llilllit lIl?Nl lAl'lJl'I -Xlthough tht-y lizlvf' only two CSF llll'llllN'l'S at prvsmit. Kirlxish zmsl lc mmu . this aulvisory has 1-arm-tl tht- Sl'll0lill'SllllD plaqut- for tlirvv sn-im-sto: 1 io A- Il allnility is shown on tht- part of tln-sv 1-ight pupils. ll1'l1'Sllll1' Uvlllvll lxinn lnotu. lAll'1'llil Nlylrvu. Carol Ntll'tlllt'l'g, Tony Pvrry. llill'l'f Simin. lo-hi Nu: lllltl llvlvn viilIllll'l' .-hir. who llilYl' volilplvtvcl thvir high svhool vom- :uul anllallfyvzlrs.il1st1'aulol'fo11l'.Tin-y will gmulllzltv in .lunv with tha' lug: - nn CLASS UFFICEHS l'r1'si1la'rll,, , , Viva' l,fl'Sil1l'llf, , , Sl'l'l'l'flll'y. , , , lil ,lll'l'1lSIll'4'l', , , , ffounril R1'prvsvr1!f1!i1'v,, , 'liony l'4-rry Dia-k Xtkinson nnm VIll'2lV1'l'S0 Xnniv Hosi- , Nvul Pinto LOW I2 Hr. Anderson, adviser, Row l-'NlartineL. Hlasquen. Kuhotzi. lnouyu, Sucki, Rosy Imurso n mu' Z--Perry, Nordhcrg, Thom, Nlylrcu, lirifull. Vander Arr, liemello, Motu. liurhcru, Lucchutti nu 1 llugg Nlnritn. Atkinson, Simin, Fucciolla, lluhur. Xpostlc, lshimaru. Anderson. 'W fs W, -5 ,wsjv g .3 . A v I . B H J rv' Nd' MY, xA,- mx? o BRAINTRUST Although there are only 109 juniors, this class hoasts that it ranks second in the C S F. The "brainstorms" arc G. Aho, A. Cutter. W. Funahiki, A. Higashiuchi, L. Keene, S. Kodama, D. McClure, 'l'. Niki. J. Okada. A. Shutte, M. Tawara, M. Thoza. IN THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON "W'hat Men Live By," a symbolical one-act play. Christmas carols played hy the school orchestra and sung by the A Cappella choir. composed the Christmas program, given by Mrs. Downey? advisory. GIRLS EXCLUSIVELY Witli every girl in the advisory taking part in their assemhly hour, consisting of two one-act plays, aerohatics. and a dramatic reading, Miss Stefl'an's group gave the first class program of 1938. TAKE CARE, MR. ORPHEUS Presenting a variety of numbers, ranging from short imitative selections to compositions by Tschaikowsky, the San .lose W P A i Fw orchestra, invited to play by Mr. Camphell's advisory. presented a program in .lanuary. lN RHYTHM Crooning, gymnastics, an accordion song stylist, and numbers played hy the Stanford hand, made up the program sponsored hy Mr. Ruhl's registry. "SWlNGAROO" Mr. Edwards' advisory showed that swing has invaded school music. Twenty-five swingsters from Palo Alto. their student leader, and their instructor. swung sensational arrangements of popular songs. CULOSSAL CARNIVAL With the Golden Cate Bridge as their theme. juniors sponsored a very successful fair. New concessions included golf. lights out. tea room. hig apple. erackerjaek. foothall throw. skeelnall. hidden treasure. and halloon blow. LEADERS Lee Keene President Walter Funabiki Council Representative Percy Gartley Vice!I'resident Feris Heying, , ..... . , , , Sergeant-at-Arms Joel McPheeters Secretary Advisers: Lyle Campbell, Deene Downey, Harry Anna Shutle . Treasurer Edwards, Robert Ruhl, Phyllis Stetfan. v Cirrle: "Kink" Kincaid taking care ' Top group: HIGH ll-Mr. Campbell. adviser. Row l--.lurian, McCurrey, Diehl, Thompson, Ogata: rom 2-Bernal, Oshima, Nakamotn, Nakano, Cutter, Toi, Niki, Ishida, Mena, row 3-Tripiano, Draga. Gallang, Higashiuchi, Funn- hiki: row 4-Ramsey, McClure, Phares, Huri, Campbell. Fourth group: LOW ll-Mr. Edwards, adviser. Ron' lfTrue, Martino, Hobbs, Nozawa, Kodama, Gore: row 2- Edwards, Miyashita. Petersen. lwata. Kogelschatz, Burr, Morgan: row 3-Nakamotn, Jelavich, Knotlock, Furusho, Miyahara, Antoku, Ralston, Malatesta, Popnvich. Bottom group: HIGH 11-Mrs. Downey. adviser. On the hood-Fricke, Lawson, Kirby: driving-Rutan: back .wat-Job: behind rar-Yoshida. Downey, Kodama, Shutte. McPhee!ers, Okada, Kenyon, Nakamoto, Tawau: running board-Tlioza, Beatty, McCandless, Ashton. 44272 A LA LEGEND With the Arabian Nights as the theme, the Freshman Reception, the first social event of the year, was very successfully sponsored by sophomores. Dancing, games, and ping-pong furnished enter- tainment for the four hundred who attended. "BRA1NSTORMS" Although the sophomores are next to the smallest class in school, they had thirteen in the C S F during the first semester and seven during the second. The seven second-semester members were: B. Berry, E. Kerrick, R. McMurray, G. Nakano, M. Sutter, M. Tera- niura, and C. Uhrhammer. THOUGHTFULNESS Wishing that Miss Louise Schmidt, the sophomore sponsor, would "get-well-quick," Miss Coleman's advisory sent her a St. Joseph lily for Easter. During Miss Sch1nidt's absence, Mr. Robert Gross, and Mrs. Ruth Hermann substituted. PLEASURE + CAPITAL : CARNIVAL Contributing largely to the tremendous success of "Pleasure Island," booths under the direction of sophomore advisers proved extremely profitable. These were: Peanuts, Miss Schmidt, hot dogs and darts and balloons, Miss Coleman, hammer and nails, Mr. Lehang hamburgers, Miss Fox, and the 'Lbig apple," a new discovery, Mr. Smith. BY POPULAR VOTE First Semester Bob Gonzalves... Myrna Sutter ,,., Claire Grennan ,,., Elaine Marcetti. Dottie Holiman Betty Keene .,...,,,, Zane Gray ..,,.,, . President ......,,.... . ,..., Vice-President ...... . ,, ......Serretar,v .... ......,.....Treasurer,.....,,.... Reporter ..,. . ......... Council Representative ,,,.,,., ......,,,.Yell Leuder.......,,,....,. Second Semester . , ..,,..,. ..., B ob Schraub ,, ..Charles Uhrhammer ,. . ,...... Virginia Hardin ...Eugene Kerrick .........Geraldine Conti ,Barbara Berry Bob Huttlinger Top group: HIGH l0hMiss Schmidt, adviser. Row 1-Garcia, Holt, Grey, Osharne, Mosher, Moore, Graham. row 2-Brazil, Kozaki, Anderson, Seely, Paullus, Brandt, Schraub: row 3-Kerrick, McMurray, McCarty, Hama- saki, Garcia, Henderson, Blach, Gnnzalves, Castle: row 4-Gross. Yamamoto, Bryant, Tallia, Uhrhammer. Second group: HIGH 10-Miss Fox, adviser. Seated-Hempler, Corey, Costa, Jelavich, Baumer, L.: kneeling-+Blasquez, Bazzano, V.: Nakano, Oshima, Ezakig last row-Kanzaki, Schreckenghaust, Third group: HIGH 10-Mr. Lehan, adviser. Row 1-Greenhood Kenyon, Bellomi, Currie, Koch, Best, Groshong, Bautista: row 3- Durang row 4-Guenther, Piper, Miller, Ghilardi, Lehan. Connor, Maudarich, Nougues, Luis,.Mendoza Bordi, Anderson, Bailey, Silva, Horn, Baumer Keene, Garrett, Robart, Fnx. Huttlinger Pady Toda Taylor' row 2-Carers LMena, Dian. Gonzales,lRadich,lMancini, Simin Fourth group: HIGH 10-Miss Coleman, adviser. Row 1-Eriehaen, Barry, Conti, Kogelahatz, Hardin. Grennan Reiehel: row 2-Ixadoguchi, Huffman, Nagao, Marcetti, Martin, Todd, Mastin, Vorrath, Hall, Eberhardt, Teramura: row 3gColeman, Hongo, Osakada, Davis, Stalford, Sutter, Erichsen, Thompson, Wilder, Yamamoto, Sakai, Nishl- mura, Kubota. Fifth group: LOW 10-Mr. Smith, adviser. Row 1-Costa, Calvo, Sueki, Chicnn, Tsuchiya, Nicholas, Pounds Morton, Holson: row 2-Noda, Yushinaga, Takano, Collins, Foland, Saylor. Minton, Grainger, Sugai, Alexander Lawler: raw 3-Smith, Sands, Roberts, Isadore, Eseano, Fultz, Sohler, Cabano, Giaya, Foster, Lawson, lnouve Circle: Colonel Gentry on duty c2855 L Q 'ef ,Hn 'G sl' -1? '?. . if .Y 4, A - ' 1' 14- M 'lk .1 , KKK ,Zs.,m3pM, 'ARM :ah ,Lx .AM I L , I K if 6 L A s .5 Q!-V . 31 . .. ' A . 57' 'L "r H f . , H. Ky V+. 155 . A ' 'Lf 9 Y' -dv W 'WM . f, , it v ay- 1' A, L , -by 2' A N .' 9 v ', 1-T - . Y' fr iihf , 'A' V . ." Q V' cg' "' ,ff I-,' "fl o yu 'f V it hum if w iv L Umm. rq H' 4 .Q 5 A 1 '1 AJ' 1 rf 1'7- P 'IA I 4 xx 110 s 5316,-A K1-W rf 'iid' '4 . 1. -.-, , as ,'a"Y,- 4. "lQff ..' ' 4 R '11 S.. A .6 4. 4. H, m M, xi w.. 1-,' 5' gk ' X L, we . . muh Q. 5 1 3 sb Q If , 01" O s L Aw ,W--' uf mx ' fM 5'ff5'J,f4 1 J Klan. CUME TU THE FAIR At the Junior Fair. six booths were handled by the following freshman groups: Lights Out-Mercedes Pearce: Wishing Well- Helen Froehlichg Hat Check-Theodore Maneelyz B-B Shoot- Nlalcolm Aitken: Bean Throw and Skee Roll-Marion Birkland. YU M-Y U M Freshman girls participated in two ofthe most successful pie sales sponsored by the Girls' League. PROGRAMS Ivnusually interesting assembly programs this year were spon- sored by freshman classes. Miss FroehlicI1's advisory invited the San .lose State A Cappella Choir to sing, Miss Pearce-'s advisory presented a member of the Sierra Club. who gave a descriptive talk accompanying a movie on mountain climbing. Mr. Vlaneely and Mr. Aitken sponsored a musical variety program and Mr. Walter Mails, the famous pitcher, who is now publicity director of the Seals baseball team. spoke. THE THINKERS Though they are not on top, the following freshmen rank high in the CSF: Phil Doty, Pauline Gibson, Jim Holzhaucr, Ruth First Senicxler Phil Dotyx., , Stanley Isadoren .. George Furuichi .,.,, George Furuichi . .. .lack Isadore , , George Furuichi Maguis, Robert Marsh, Nikio Miyashita, and Yoshimaro Shibuya. , President . .Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . Council Rep. . ., Yell Leader FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Second Swllester . Stanley Isadure Jim Holzhauer , . . Elbert l,evens .. . Elbert Levens A. Chamberlain George Fu ruielli First group: LOW 9-Miss Birkland, adviser. Row 1-Farley, Brown, Amaral, Bautista, Popovich, lahikawa, Nakamoto, Mendoza, Rose, Phillips, Yamaji: rom 2-Voris, Freels, Salas, Moreno, Ravizza, Navarro, Sevilla, Park, Okamoto, Sikes, Sondgroth, Rose, Mandarich, Bulkley: row 3-Yamaguchi, Kammerahen, Poncini, Gamma, Mathews, Clark. De Curtoni, Birkland tadviaerl, Davis, Toft, Coppel, Vodvoja, Mudrich, Giaya, Diaz. Svrond group: HIGH 9-Mr. Maneely, adviser. Row I-Miyashita, Geraci, Guenther, Kapellaa, Frigerio, Saka- moto: row 2-Okumura, Van Auken, Toi, Briones, Morello, Johnson: row 3-Spencer, Isadore, MeCandleas, Chamberlain, Frazer, Robinson, Holzhauer, Fottrell, Teresi, Coatney. Third group: HIGH 9-Mi s Froehlich, adviser. Row l--Kaliterna, Turner, McKevitt, Rich, Terdin, Sehraub: rom 2-Regli, Correia, Gammon, Tupper, Garcia, Moya, Rhodi, Mancini, Pecorelli, Kadaguichi: row 3--Burrows, Amaral, George, Jarvis, Maguis, Atkinson, Chelbay. Casaucan, Mason, Ogata. Fourth group: HIGH 9--Mr. Aitken, adviser. 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'14 'G 2 'ei Lv. 1-fl 1. :..-,- A .u 4 1: 'Tx Plcturesz anfl accounts of school life outside the classrooms make up this section of the hook Centering around the reflection of our lmuildinfv in the hub cap of Mr Crookes car, are pictures of school activities. Can you fit the following twentv titles to the pictures on the next two pages? Bars Candlelight Carter Checkin' Concentratin' Daze First bell Flying eagle Frosh Half mast Hen party Last In-ll Perspective Scrimmage "Skirts" Spikes Stars Tools Truckin, Wonflerin' 5 'Sf AW? Xgasgv nv.. IT' S ,Q Y ,rv iss Wa!! Q. ,gp-.. ji? . .- Q. m gm K COUNCIL MEM BERS Circle: President Tom Joh pondering Group: STUDENT COUNCIL OFF DUTY. Seated-'Wilkens, Funahiki, Lawson, M.: Ellsworth, J.: Maritz, Atkinson, Armanini, Job, Lawson, H.: Isadore lyawningl: standing-Doty, Wilson, Spily, Mylrea, Ciriscioli, Principal Crooke fadviserj. Lower right: Second-semester president, Boh Straub fnunczl THEIR RESPONSIBILITY Determining school policies, discussing school affairs, spending student body money-these arc the principal activities of the student council, which meets cvcry Monday during advisory period. Special credit is due the council members for sponsoring the hi-weekly Mountain Eagle and for plans to construct hlcachers for the athletic field. First Scmexter Tom Joh . .. Mildred Lawson Gus Armanini Tony Ciriscioli. Lucille Maritz .lean Ellsworth Bill Garliepp Tom Doty , Arthur Gray Betty McPheeters Edward Mylrea.. Keith Wilson Dick Atkinson. ,. Walter Funihiki Kenneth Wilkins Betty Mae Keene. Rohert Lawson Jack Isadore , ,. President , , ,, ..... T erretary, . , , ...., Treasurer , . , Sereeanl-at-Arms..... ,. .. ,...,. ...Editor of Annual .. Commissioner of Girls' ,4thletirx,. ,. Commissioner of Boys' Alhletirx , ,.... .A dverlisine Manager .... . . .,.........., .Yell Leader ....,,,... . . . Girls' League......, .........High Senior..... .. .. .Low Seniorx.. High Junior... ., .........Lnw Junior... . .. .. .... High Sophomore ...., , .. . ,,.. Low Sophomore ..... ....High Freshman . ,.... Low Freshman ..,.... , Q 36 an Second Semexter ., Bob Straub . .. Ruth J'-h , Keith Canella Percy Gartley .Lucille Maritz . Jean Ellsworth Bill Garliepp .,Tom Doty Boh Huttlinger. Elaine Marcetti Betty McPheeters .....,..Keith Wilson .. . .Neal Pinto .,..,Wal!er Funihiki , , Barbara Berry Mary Roberts Allan Chamberlin . .... Mary Davis tm. .. .3w. BOOK WORMS Making national Book Week a sehool aetivity in wllieh many students take part is one of the outstanding aeeomplishments of the scholarship society. Prize win- ners in the Book WL-ek contests were: for best slogans, freshmen, John Okomura and Mary Roberts: for best essays. sophomores, Shirley Stalford, Marie Hobbs: juniors, Ruth Job. Eddie Kirkish: seniors, Keith Canella, Elaine Shiraki: posters. senior, Sally Abe. HOSTS ln honor of the forty-one low freshmen, CSF members sponsored a swinnning party in the school tank in April. ON TOUR Twenty members of MV ehapter attended the Regional Conferenee of California Seholarship Federation at St. lN'lary's College, April 2. Bob Straub represented the loeal group in the oratorieal eontest. MAYTIME FESTIVITIES Holding their annual spring banquet in the school cafeteria, members and guests enjoyed both Mrs. Sinz's good cooking and an entertaining program. Keith Canella. chairman of the banquet committee. presided. First Srrneslvr Gus Armanini Alto Higashiuchi Bobby Mcl'heeters Keith Canellu Helen Coleman lrvnl Carter Cirrle UIRISIITURS. Rnwl vliulemun, lllREC'l'0RS l'rexirlent,.... l'ire-President Secretary Treasurer .... .....4dvi'sers ,,, .ld1'i.wrx...., Srrnnd Semester Tom lloty Alto lligashiuchi Hobby Mcl'l1eeters Keith Canellu Helen Coleman lrval Carter Nlcl'l1ecters, Canclla, Armanani rua' 2 Duty. lliglaschiuchi, Carter. 3 "' ,fbi Mfg lufglff' 'F . iilff- ' A v, ,.. 52 , 9? ,. 'is's'?iwfV'w+f ' " . N f rkgfxyiif , 1 Q , .,wf:i?'f" , ANN l'l1p4'rlf'f!.' llI.l'Ii XNIT UH XY STVXFF. Ifrudfrrg' urnunrl Ihr lnblf' linrun, lillswurlh, J.: Ellsworth, Nl.: I zmsun, Nlnritl. Job, Vcnrcc. lfvx, Hurry, liurklcx, kimhull, Atkinson, Navarro. IMI u'nI4'r, Vlutch Illc hirdu' vntrr: NlUlVN'I'NlN I-'XlLI.Ii STKIIF. Ruff' I lialrncs, lfllwwurth, Uilwnn. Hirklifl, lkclw. Nnkaulvmtn, Ngulam, f In-nlln-rg ruff' I Nukunvv, llalnsun. Cllclhaly, Gross. Ukzldo, 'l'Ul'ilIlllll'1l, lirifull: ruff' 3 lfduurds mdxiwrm, l'crrN. Pinto. Uzncnpml, ,-Xlkinsun, Kccnc, lluggall. I 1 ' :ww riuhl: liclurcvlalking dan I ppm riuhl: Xnnlllcr cundid culmsraxnmn 44 38 bb Blue and Gray Editor Lucille Maritz Planning and then producing an informal record of our school year has been the job of the fourteen members of the 1938 Blue and Gray staff. Those responsible for the work include: Editor .,.,,,,,..,,.....,,,...,,...,,.,,.....,,......,.....,, .....,.,. L ucille Maritz Business Manager ...,.,... ................ T Om .l0b Advertising ..,.....,,.,r.... ..... ,... D i ck Atkinson Art ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,, ......... L aura Navarro Staff Photographer ...,..,,.. .... M itsuo Kodama Assistant Photographer ...... .............. T Om Doty Boys' Sports ....................................................................,,o,...... Donald Lawson Other Writing .........,.,.... Margie Baron., Jean Ellsworth, Miriam Ellsworth Typing ...,..,,,,.,...,, ......,........................... B arbara Berry, Harold Kimball Art Adviser ,...,..,..... .........,.................... M crcedes Pearce Faculty Sponsor ...,.... ........................... H elen Fox Photography ,,,..,...., ........ F lood Studio, Oakdale Printing and Covers .,,., .,................. L ederer, Street and Zeus Engraving ..,.,..,....... ,...... C. alifornia Art and Engraving Co. CUBS Publishing the revived Mountain Eagle became the project of the journalism class, newly organized in February. Sufficient money to finance the first two issues was appropriated by the Student Body, and on March 2 this bi-weekly publication made its initial appearance. Members of the staff are Lee Keene and Tony Perry. editors, Dick Atkinson, Berta Lee Barnes, Raber Davenport, Bill Duggan, Arthur Hansen, Doris Ikebe, Joe Moya, Masao Nakano, Toyako Nakamoto, Jane Okada, Neal Pinto, Pauline Rickliff, Kengo Teramura, Isao Yamaji, and Harry Edwards, adviser. cc39:: 6'n4a,'an.aL HAIL' CAREERS Vocations for girls, the subject of this year's Girls' League meetings, was discussed by Mrs. Lillian Gray and Dr. Bertha Mason, both of San .lose State College, Miss Esther Daymon of Mills College, Miss Mary Tory of the training department of the Emporium, San Francisco, and Mrs. Opal Evans of the California League of Nursing Education. TO KEEP OUT OF THE RED Pie sales sponsored by each of the girls' advisories, and four noon dances helped raise funds to take the place of abandoned membership dues. A puppet show. "A Chinese Fantasy" by Scott's Marionettes, added more money. KEEPING BUSY Distribution of 14 Christmas baskets and many toys, the Tin Can Dance, Girls' Sports Day, given in conjunction with the G A A, as well as the Mothers' Tea, provided social activities in which many girls took part. Leaders Virginia McCluskey 'v.. ..., .................. ....,,........ P r e sident June Gross .................. ,. ,..Vice-President Mildred Lawson ,....,... ,,......,...,. S ecretary Ruth Job ...........,..,.......... .......... .........,.... ,,..... .......,..... T r e a surer Helen Fox ,............,....,........................,.......,........ .. .......... ..................... A dviser Committees: Social, Miriam Ellsworth, Elaine Marcetti, Barbara Berry, welfare, Mildred Steffang decoration, Laura Navarro. FAIR PLAY Sportsmanship, the theme for Boys' League activities this year, was introduced by Mr. Floyd Wilder, adviser. Dr. James C. de Voss of San .lose State College and Mr. Mark Tuban, Mountain View Ford dealer, gave talks relating to this subject later in the year. Several wrestling matches and a boxing tournament, in which members partici- pated, completed the programs. Members policed the games and attempted to keep the yards in a presentable condition. Tops Keith WilSOIl ........,... i...... , .. ,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,., P resident TOIIY Ciriscioli ....... ......,.,,..,,.,,,,,,, V lce-Pregldgnt TOIII Job -.---------------..--.---., ......., S ecretary and Treasurer Howard Chamberlin ........ ........... P rogram Manager Jack Barkley .-.-....-......... ....... S ergeant-at-Arms Floyd Wilder ....... ,,,,.,, W ,A,,,,.,,., ,,,- A d vlger -1440: ' 11 0- 423 9 W Mm J I 1 , if 9 03 -as J 'Sd Z' ,. Q .M , 2 L '21 Q XM I A QW H . . U' Y', W5 k 4 V Tak' ,I ' 2. Tw , f X ' v 1 r ' in A Am., , -F' 5 , W. 2 W K, -.R 4 K M ' i J X xl , M V4-ri MQ QQ. w ix, gg 3' X124 m, 4 1 ? lf'-:QQ ' In H 'M ii .J 1 x Jfvlfxfiyvx,r,:?:fh2m:w, ram.-wQ,.w1. , Y fl? Z, up Twp ur-nup: li-XNIJ. Ruff' l Circv, Vipv.-r. Nlzlrlin, luwsull: row 2 Mnmrc, Smith, Vnifnur, Nlylruu. Cxlnlnhcll: run 3 -Uruillgcr, Apustlc. iiillingliainl. lnnclli, Kurrick, True: ruzc' 4 Rnnisvx. lfurnluuy, lirichscn, Taylor, lfrigcriu. Munro: ru11'S fffliffurd, Hull. Kurrickg run' In I,nne, Brown, Marsh, lirnzil: ruin' T Briuncs, Laiwami, Kugcilshzlu, Gibson: rn1c'H Ifllsnurtll, Cnldi. l'lmrv.-s, Ifulalnd, Cutler, Joh: ru1r"l Hamill. Johnson, Shntlcz ruff' I0 lhlslgnn. Thuzu, Ramsey. .Ywuml L'ruup: 0RCllIfS'I'R.X. li'u1r' l llrifull. Juh, Mastin: run' 2 Nlciilynn, Nlciilxnn. Hurruus, lirnwn. Nlnrtin: run' 3' ifllxnnrth, Riclli, Tlmnlpswm: rnzr' -I Orcinus. Wilkins, l.nwson, Caunplvcll: fuzz' 5 falnctti. Rim-vllul, Txnlur, flutter, Xpustlc: fuzz' fx Huggins, .luhnwn, Ifnrxnwmg run' 7 Kiihsnn, Ninsxm, llnll: run' P' l'fllsxun'Ih, Slallfurd, Knplnwu, l,xmc: ru1f'9' ClifTord. Simian, Pllurcs, lfnlnnd, lxcrrick: rum- I0 Grey, Piper, 'I'ImLn, 'I'crcsi, Blylrcu, Wupilwr, Brown. Thirriyv'n11lv.' GIRLS' CIIURUS. Ruff' I Hui, 'l'urnur, Simmonds: rum 2 Cnrruiu, Turner, Uplnlai, il:-skidxl. ilcxlttx. Hxirmlen, Nxnurru: rnzvfi 'l'crnr11ur:x. Scsuly. Murzinnkzl: ruff' 4 Nlcfhilldlcss, vhmirnl. Grey, Ifscnnu, Hnilcy, Fruchlich fdircctnrl, Minton. Tnlizl. lfnurilr Ur'uufr.' BUYS' CIIUHUS. Ifuw l Kinrxich, Uknnwtu. Nlufllxnn, lliclll, Robinson: msc' 2 Kupullus. llulsun, Tnliu, McMurray, Garcia. l,'i'r'i'l1': Hr. Cumpholl, poisud for auction 44.1.2 D7 Jlafa, MUSIC IS MY HOBBY Wvith his baton poised in anticipation, Mr. Lyle Campbell opened the orchestra ealendar by playing for our Armistice Day program. Hc and this group played for the Christmas program, the Junior Fair., Senior class nights, and the mid-year and ,lune Connncncements as well as for the spring music festival in April. SWING TIME "Swinging iti' at football and basketball games, the community Christmas party. the Public Schools Week program. and an open-air concert summarizes band activities for 1937-38. BY CANDLELICHT Seated at a table and singing with no accompaniment, Madrigal singers made their initial appearance at the Christmas program. This group sang for several of our assemblies and also at Mills College in East Oakland. CROONERS Although only eighteen sang in Boys, Chorus this year, their efforts in 4-lass and on programs were appreciated. IN HAR MUNY Singing on the Armistice Day program and for several Girls' Lea ue mcetin s as 1- r- . t- g well as at the February commencement. the Girls' Chorus gave creditable per- formanccs. SWEET AND LUW Wearing their new robes, the A Cappella singers made their first appearance of the vear singing carols at the annual Christmas iroffranl. This choir under thc direc- . C' P' I Pt 5 tion of Miss Helen Frochlich. also sang for the Kiwanis Club, the Public Schools Week program, and the spring music concert. in C ' sw: ' if' -.' .yt 19 ACCENT ON ACTING "Guess Again," the only senior play in the history of this school to be presented twice, was given April 7, and again, hy popular request, on April 20. The action of this farce-comedy centers about the mistaken identity of a noted English lord and the three persons who impersonate him. Director: Harry Edwards. Cast: Margie Baron, Howard Chamberlin, Raber D aven port, James Grifall, .lune Gross, Eloise Harrison, Ted Hopkins, Donald Lawson, Lucille Maritz, L aura Nav arro , Tony Perry, Pauline Ricklilf, William Steach, Mildred Stetfan. Set Designer: Claire Thompson. Set Construction: Pauline Gibson, James Grilall, Ralph Harris, Wilfred Osborne, Elmo Ramsey, Shelby Wagner, and Kenneth Wilkens. THESPIANS A one-act fantasy, 6'The Knave of Hearts" was presented .lanuary 31, on Senior Night by the draniatics class. Cast: Apostle, Barkley, Barnes, Eaton, Erichsen, Garcia, Gemello, Gonzalves, Hernandez, Hopkins, Jannvich. McCandless, McManus, Moya, Pinto, Ramsey, Sanchez, Schultz, Shearer, Steoch, Teresi, Thoza. IN SERIOUS MOOD "What Men Live By," a typical Christmas play showing the elfects of charity, was presented by the dramatics class on December 16, as part of the annual Christmas program. Cast: Barnes, Duggan, Gemello, Gonzalves, Hernandez, Hopkins, Janovich, Lawson, McManus, Ramsey, Ricklifl, Sanchez, Schultz, Shiraki, Steach, Thoza, Wagner. FOR THE CARNIVAL "The Lost Elevator," a one-act comedy in which the action takes place in an ele- vator that refuses to move, was presented as part of the carnival. Cast: Barnes, Duggan, Janovich, Lawson, Ramsey, Ricklilt, Schultz, Shiraki, Steach, Thoza, Wagner. cc 4,4 ur SCIlfNliSIfliUX1 4'12l'lfSS XllXlN" f nuff:l'crrx.1lruss, Ilupkiux: .N'lnmlnru.- Ilmvnp url, llnniwu. l'pfn-r riuhl- 1 Xcl I I Su-uclu. Kllmnnlwulin, I- xlfrmf riuhf: 1KCl llb Inusuu, Klzlritl. f'4'nl1'r'1ifl1l: I Xct Ill! Sluiizln. Hlllnll. I,u::'rr' riuhf: I Xrt Ill Nnxnrru. lixuf liwklm. SIIICNIC IFRUXI "WH YI' MICN l.lX If IH " luzcwr IMI. I gmwn, Iluukins, Wznincr. Shullzc. Rickliil 'L4 15 xv 6110 ' Um, Ladies and gentlemen, this is station MVUHS bringing you a month by month description of school life. There is a big crowd here today and now as school opens we are going to take you to the familiar main entrance where the students are warming up for the first day at school. TAKE IT AWAY, FROSH l- Don't look so scared. You'll get used to it. Oh dear, why doesn't the bell ring so that we can start classes? Isn't high school wonderful? Time Marches On . . . All right, here we are broadcasting from behind the punch bowl at the Fresh- man reception. Thanks to those clever sophomores, cider is being served. This is the biggest party in the year--yes, sir. There they go, peckin', truckin', and Suzie Q'in in a novel '6Arabian Nights" setting. Well, here we are again folks, watching the annual scholarship party for the Frosh from a plane over the pool. But wait-that yelling you hear is from the football Held. Listen, 'LI-Iike 1, 2, 3, 4-." You're right. It's football season. Hear the Mountain View Varsity thundering down the field. They're coming out of a huddle-Now they're spreading out. It looks like-yes, it is-Oh!-a long forward pass by Spily, caught by Barkley. Beautiful-It's a fast one. He's going down the field-he's over and there's the gun. Listen to the crowd roar. It's Mountain View's game. The final score is 61-0. We now take you into the main building for the annual Thanksgiving program. Madrigals-congratulations on your fine performance. TAKE IT AWAY, SANTA! Well folks, Old Man River seems to be a pourin' down instead of rollin' along. Christmas and Mr. Frost are all wrapped up in a Tin Can Dance-and I do mean tin cans. We take you again to the main building. The carols we hear are sung by the boys' and girls' chorus as they walk through the halls. It's an old MV custom. We are now looking into the auditorium where "What Men Live By" is being produced with a professional upingf' Time Vacations Away . . . Q 4.6 1: TAKE IT AWAY, 1938 The Big Apple reigns supreme for the Girls' League Benefit. More power to you, girls, but where is the crowd? Time Graduates . . . Folks, we are now witnessing the most serious moment these eighteen boys and girls have yet experienced. Yes, it's graduation in a setting radiant with pastel- colored dresses and gradenias. They are glad to he graduating, all right, but joy fails to penetrate their determined expressions. Time Drugs On ffor the graduatesl It's over now. The diplomas are theirs. They're filing out seriously. -just a min- ute and we'll take you into the reception room, lstudy hallj where parents and friends are lining up to congratulate the winners- What's this? ln the distance we see a group of eager faces approaching. It's the first installment of the class of 1942-41 members. Time H urries On . . . TAKE IT AWAY, JUNIORS ! Let's take a jaunt to the gym. lt sounds as if work has already begun on Treasure Island. Yes, sir, wc're right. Construction has started on the .lunior Fair. Time Labors On . . . Now we give you the final picture of the Fair. Everything is very colorful, includ- ing the miniature bay bridge. Time Drugs On . . . Closing time and weive just received the report on the profits. The Junior Class promised more profit and has succeeded. Time Skips On . . . Well, well, well, boys and girls, here we are in the gym again witnessing the Girls' League Sports Day. What a riot of fun! lf you don't think it takes skill to maneu- ver a sack across the gym, just try it sometime. Ted Hopkins is showing us now. He's over-the winner. Time Swims On . . . Watch it now. Don't get the mike wct.Therc goes the gun! The girls just dived 4 4.7 2 into tht' pool for thc final ram-o of thc clay. What a ravvl Bvrta Loo Barncs anfl Vir- ginia lfaklvy l't'ill'll tho finish line first. .M tht- It-ft cornc-r of thv pool Miss XV00tl is prvsvnting tht- awards of thc tlay to tho two varning tho most points, Dot Erich- svn ancl T1-it Hopkins. Timo A-lvls Un . . 'I'hv curtain now falls on HQLIIPSS Againf, that hilarious Senior farvv. lt's a succvssl Count thosv vnrtain calls! Yvhat a play! What a laugh! ltis tht- first svnior play vast to lw aslcvml to givv a st-voml lN'l'li0l'lllilIll't'. Nivv going, Svniorsl rllillll' l'm'alions for a lfafvk . . l'l"S ALI, N UUHS. PUBLIC SCHtDtll,S WEEK Strains ol' a lvansl 1-on1'vrt. harmonizing hy lln' A Cappvlla Choir, povms on the Walls, postvrs, painting, swimming and tliving, sviviltilit' l'XlN'l'illlCIllS.. moilvrn dancing- tlu-sv art' thc avtivitivs that l soc on my tour of MVIIS this 1-vvning. for it's annual l'ixhihition Night. Time' Pours Tw: . . ln a ,lapanm-sv garilvn mothers of high school pupils aro vnjoying tca whilv ,lap- ilIlt'Si' girls :lo native nlanvvs and homo- lnaking 4-lassvs nioflvl fI2'll'llll'IllS. Suvh gooql tva it is. tool lt's Illiltll' anfl svrvccl hy tho cooking class:-s. is . .. fi qv ff Timv Sncaks .-lrcny . . Now hy rcniotc control wc takc you to th-- lncach at Santa Cruz. 'l'cll us what you scc. Ncptunc! My what a colorful crowtl ol' hoys anfl girls. 'l'hc hoartl walk is fairly crcaking. Popcorn. icc crcani. mcrry-go-rounil. hig tlippcrl Look on tht- mlippcr. ls that Nlim antl Wil- son again Y Whafs going on oycr hcrc? lt's a fast ganlc of kccp-away with a hugc hcach hall. l'ivcryho1ly's playing. 'l'imv Lauglzs Un . . wc laugh too. llitch thc honic work anml dig for a sliinc. ltis Scnior Night tonight. folks. Nlr. liclwartls is i-cally showing oil' his talcntctl "would hc actors" in thc tlouhlc fcaturc program. "l,a4lics. I Thank Yon." anil "Niall llrcalsfastf' 'l'hcsc Scniors tlo things right! rlvillll' Crarluulcs flgnin . . lg0N'S0liS0l1'lllIl scniors in tht-ir caps anml gowns. anticipating diplomas. mcct our cycs as wc again takc you to thc autlitor- iunl for the lnost imprcssiyc ccrclnony ol' thc ycar. Frcnch houqucts afltl gaycty to thc tcary illlIlUSllllt'l't'. rw limo Slips .blicuy . . Take out your fishing polc ansl gct into your ovcralls. This is station XIYUIIS signing oll' for a thrcc months' vacation. Qthlatica f ., x,A... 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'Q -.fi 5. h ja i ' - ' gi T -hr f Q' ' f' til ? I ' 'fl' :'1A'n5'9?:'.? +9 5251... 1- ' ' . K3 'ig' - gf: -'L':'fF F " .-Fiiifjlf 4 1 A 'E'-l?1"m 'Ass'-rt - - ,L -"-'Lt'-if-!a,4.l':l1'fT'.iYu -'l.F,4':"-1" +1117 ln the past tcn years, athletics has become one of tbc most important activities of our school. A fine gym, tennis courts, baseball diamond, track, turf, and swim- ming pool have gradually been added to the school's property. Football, basket- ball, baseball, tennis, and track offer competition with the eight other schools comprising the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League. Hockey, swimming, boxing. wrestling, ping-pong, and archery provide competition only within the school. In Stan Anderson. .lames Lehan and Phyllis Steffan, MV has three very capable athletic instructors. Since so much emphasis is directed toward boys' and girls' sports, it is fitting that this third section deals wholly with athletics. ff psi C ig A? XA f ?2 2,3 fi-"""'f 'G xg VM x,.,M 6-ew. Y Y A ew ff in af 5. ax Gem 3k Q K k Q egg. 4 Af . Un, fluz, Jwhf, Four wins. ont' tiv. and ont' ilvfvat gainvd svvond plan' in tho Santa Clara Valley lmagnv for tht' MV varsity. C.-X Ml'Blil.l. 0-M V 0. Starting tho svason. MV playvd tht- Balls on thvir dirt field. Prolrahly lwvausc- of im'xpcricncv on this typo of turf, thc' liaglvs could do no lll0l'0 than hold tho Bvlls to a 0-0 tiv. Mylrva. Paullus. Chalnhorlin, and Harris lwpt thc' pigskin vvvr vlosv to tht- Bvlls' goal linc. SANTA CLARA 0-MV 6. The svrond lvillll to llll'l'I the Eaglvs found itself on thi' short ond of thc 6-0 svorv. The Santa Clara Panthvrs wt-rv downed hy Doty. Spily, and thosv galloping juniors. Nilkilllllllll and 'l'ripiano. W.-XSHINCTUN 6-HV 0. Nvashington High joinvd the SCVA L for tho l937 svason and took tho loaguo l'llillllpl0llSllllD. Statistivs of tht- ganw gavv MV a slight margin. hut the 6-0 svorc showvd Xvashington the win- ne-r. Barklvy. Ramsvy. Saiwhvz. and Cirisuioli hclpvd pilv up thc- Eaglv yardagv. LHS GATK IS 0-MV 6. Tho Eagles deff-atvd thc Cats 6-0 and took svcond place in lvaguo standing. The 1-rashing tam-klvs of Facviolla, Qucrantvs. Hvrnandvz. and lzu kept tho Cats on tht-ir own side of thc- fifty-yard linv for most of thv galnv. FRl4fNl0N'l' 0-MV 19. The Fremont clcvvn finished the ganlv at tho short vnd of a l9-0 svorv. The gilllll' fvaturvd sustained drivvs toward tha- Rvdnu'n's goal with Wilson. Pinto. Shcarvr. and Milovina vontrihuting llllll'll to thc sllvvvss of tht- MY lt'illll. GILHUY 0-MV 2-L Cilroy's Mustangs. tho last lt'illll to invvt tht- Eaglvs. llltltlt' only om' lirst down. Gartlvy, Lawson, NlvManus. and Atkinson hvlpvd in pushing tht- Mustangs toward thvir own goal linc. Left group: SECOND STRING. Rau' 1-Pnullus, Chamberlin, Nlcftlnmls, Nlilovinn. Atkinson. Brandt, Lnwsnng ron' 2---Wilson. Nakamoto, Pinto, Gartlcy, Shearer, Upper group: Spily. Hansen, Anderson, Barkley Righl: Tony Spily tco-cuptninl. 9 A n I Un, flu. and TEN'S-LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Winning the league championship for the third consecutive year, MV Tens, led by Coach James Lehan, set an enviable record. CAMPBELL 7--MV 9. Campbell Bells were first on the MV schedule. The lead changed often, but MV finally won. LOS GATOS 12-MV 18. Los Gatos Cats led to half time, but a last half rally won the game for the Eaglets. LIVE OAK 18- MV 50. Live Oak, from Morgan Hill, was next defeated. Live Oaks defense was of little avail. FREMONT 8-MV 12. Fremont's Indian five set up a tight defense which gave them the first half. A roaring finish saw the Eaglets come from behind to win. WASHINGTON 19-MV 21. Washington High entered the SCVAL for the first time this year and proved to he one of the strongest teams in the league. Trailing until half time, the Tens fought their way back to victory. SANTA CLARA 11-MV 19. Santa Clara's Tens were easily defeated. SAN JOSE TECH 15-MV 20. San ,lose Technical High School entered the league this season and after defeating some of the best teams in the league was beaten by MV. GILROY 18-MV 23. Gilroy led through the first half, but the Tens tightened their defense and reached their eighth win. TWENTIES-THIRD IN LEAGUE ln twenties basketball, Eagles took third place in the league. CAMPBELL 14-MV ll. Campbell upset the twenties in the opening game. It was a nip and tuck battle because of the strong defense of both sides. LOS GATOS 19-MV 30. Hitting their stride in the Los Gatos contest, the Eagles defeated the Cats, thus avenging their previous defeat from Campbell. LIVE OAK 18-MV 50. Twenties defeated Live Oak in the next league tilt. Live Oaks defense crumpled quickly under the Eagle drive. WASHINGTON 23-MV 30. Washington High lost to MV after leading through the first three quarters. Five field goals in the fourth period gave the Eagles the game. FREMONT 14-MV 22. Fremont's Indians were scalped in one of the most rough and tumble games of the season. SANTA CLARA 26-MV 14. Santa Clara defeated Twenties in the sixth contest on the schedule. This loss crushed 'all MV's championship hopes. SAN JOSE TECH 13-MV 27. San Jose Technical High was an easy victim for the Twenties, who won by 14 points. GILROY 23-MV 21. Gilroy defeated the Eagles in the last league tilt. MV slipped into third position by virtue of this loss. .54, 4 '-fir-wi? s. Th Post-Season Banquet 7 S4-mud uruup: -0's. Run' lf'-Crunch I.chnn lunndinpfl, Hignshiuchi tcnptuinl, Duty, Knnzaki: run- 2'-Hnrlicpp Ilulwr. lluri. lshimurxx: rms' 3 Silnin.l21lrcin, lmni. irrl group: l0's. lfuzx' I Rxllstnn. Nlnhltcsm 4v:npt:lIn!, Couch l,n:lmn: ruin' 2 limwn. Sucki, Ushinm. Huttlimlcr 1 rms' fi ,I1SllClliXll, 'l'ui, -khe, lnullus. Ynnmji: run' 4 lirzn, Ifunnhiki tmunngurl, Ymmxnmm, .lump bull, l.ixc Unk vs. Nlnunmin Yicw 44559 w'9a' 5 3,--,r 1 lRl,l,l. l.'44ls. Ifum l Wllsun, luuson: rnzr' 2 l'uulluQ, l'ipvr, Simin, 'l'crunn1r.x: ru 3 lhlstnn. ilmrll. Ixuln lu'lm..lcl1nlcl1p mir- 4 l.clmn. lwlnllukl, l'u1ll. I lrlvrr ln'l'L'hl.' Klxln-al Ilfrm' xlmll, lfnptzlin Spilx in lllc hnckg2rm1l1d. firm' Ifiuhl: l7Nl.lXll'l'lfIl TICXNI. ln'u:." I Xndcrwn. NIM, Ilcr1mm.lul: rn I Iluggnn. llu. IIL-nduvwn l nisgiuli ' : .anln lilurn ul SIX. Inu: IMI N1 44 50 xv in as A-.54 aw: 4-neun 36 4:- IU 'fs' nan -xi., Un, fha. wi n ' THIRTIES CAGERS With four veterans from championship team, Coach Lehan developed one of the strongest thirties teams in the league. Three games were lost by only two points while convincing wins in the other contests gave MV third in the league. SANTA CLARA 16-MV 21. Opening their season, the Eagles defeated the Panther five after a last quarter rally. FREMONT 6-MV 18. In the second game on their schedule the thirties defeated the Fremont Indians who had the lead at the half 4--2. LIVE OAK 23-MV 44. MV scored a decisive win over the Oaks and took their third league game. LOS GATOS 14'-MV 12. The Eagles lost by two points scored against them in the last few seconds of play. CAMPBELL 26-MV 21. Campbell Bells defeated the Eagles in an overtime period. A free throw by MV tied the score in the last seconds, but the overtime saw the Eagles downed. GILROY 27-MV 25. Coming from behind in the last period, Gilroy overcame a five-point lead to win the game. SAN JOSE TECH 15-MV 23. Tech's five were easy victims of the Eagles as MV again climbed into the winning streak. WASHINGTON 15-MV 28. Eagles closed their 1938 season hy defeating the Washington quintet. The thirties scored a total of 182 points as against 123 points against them. jcla- vich, Funabiki, and Wilson were high scoring trio of the thirties. UNLIMITED Placing second in the SCVAL for the 1938 season, the varsity team, under Coach Stan Anderson, was composed of veterans of one or more championship teams. SANTA CLARA 24-MV 23. The Panthers came through in the last half to eke out a close decision over the Eagles, giving MV a poor league start. FREMONT 28-MV 4-3. Leading from the first, the varsity came hack even stronger in the last half to widen the scoring gap, and dampen the Indian's ardor. LIVE OAK 15-MV 53. Live Oak could not get through MV,s defense. LOS GATOS 30- MV 26. Los Gatos showed its championship caliber by coming from behind in a 19-9 half time score to defeat the Eagles in the last minutes of the game. CAMP- BELL 17-MV 22. The Bells, undefeated until this contest, found MV's team work too strong. GILROY 28-MV 4-4. Gilroy's Mustangs were easy victims. SAN JOSE TECH 38-MV 51. Tech's fast break almost caught the Eagles nap- ping in one of MV's speediest and roughest games. WASHINGTON 22-MV 50. The varsity season closed with the defeat of the Centerville five. Total points scored against opponents were 312, as compared with 202 scored against MV. Tony Spily led the scoring with 126 points scored in eight league games, while Hernandez was second with a total of 68 points, and Barkley, third, with 46 points. 157: Unfhem' Baseball took a different aspect this year as many of last year's veterans grad- uated. However, fifteen or more new men have turned out for practice, and if numbers are winners MV should reach the top. Old Sol wouldn't give the hoys a chance to practice and the first two games had to be postponed because of wet grounds. Coach Stan Anderson tried to heat the rain having the boys practice in the gym. Hernandez, Ruiz, Ciriscioli, May, Nakamoto, Puppo, and Wilson are veterans of last year's team. Losing all of their practice games, the team found competition exceptionally strong outside the league. In the first two league games, the Eagles were defeated hy Live Uak and Washington 10-6 and 7-3, respectively. The games yet to he played are: April 15 .r..,o, April 22 r,to.,t April 25 ,.,,... April 27 .t.,.,, April 29 ......, Los Gatos vs. MV at MV Fremont vs. MV at Fremont Santa Clara vs. MV at MV San Jose Tech vs. MV at MV Campbell vs. MV at MV BASEBALL SQUAD. Row 1-Hemenis, May, Garcia, Mena, Mandarich, Burke: row 2iLawson, Wilson, Con- zales, Huber, Vojvoda, Puppn, Nakamotog row 3-Anderson, Hernandez, Ramsey, Uhrhammer, Henderson, Jelavich, Pinto, Paullus. Tap Right-Paullus Ulflrnmgerb, Puppo fPitr'herJ, May 1CaIrherJ, Anderson tCoarhJ, Lawson Ulflnnugerl. Lower Right-Sliding: Wilson. Culrhing: Hernandez. mm.. . . . . ., A l I ef , ' . g.,...... ,,. 1 X ---it .. A. ...., . ., 1 i . Q ,f2"' LEFT-Hopkins, track. CENTER-Canella, number one tennis man. RIGHT-Row One: Abe, Miyushita, Toi, Orr, Garvich, Kanzaki. Row Two: Chamberlin, Arminini, Hopkins, lnouye, Matsunaga, Teramura, Yamamato. Row Three: Nakamoto, Mena, Hernandez. Wilson, Paullus, Shebuya, Malalesta, Herrero, Mack, Levens. Row Four: Gray, Schraub Ullanagerl, Kaliterna, Fullride . Un, fha fnuhia, Prospects of our tennis teanl for the 1938 season seem very high. This year Coach James Lehan is handling all of the tennis. ln the first league match, played with Campbell on our courts, MV defeated the Bells 4--1. Results of the match were as follows: First Singles: Canella l.MVl def. Leverton QCD 6-2, 6-1. Second Singles: Wilson lMVl def. Lobrovich QC! 6-2, 7-5. Third Singles: Paullus, F. lMVj def. Meeks KCl 7-5, 8-6. First Doubles: Robinson, Holtzhauer lMVl def. Farley Gerrains tCl 6-2, 7-5. Second Doubles: Allen, Ono lCl def. Paullus, E., Doty QMVJ 6-3, 6-4. April 20 ....,.,............... Campbell at MV May 18 .,....,. ........, M V at Washington April 27 .,,....... ........... M V at Gilroy May 25 ........ ...,.... L ive Oak at MV May 4- ......... ........., F remont at MV June 1 .....,... ......,,.. L os Gatos at MV May ll ........,,.,.......... MV at Santa Clara enum gum pam No organized practice has been held so far but during each PE period a few boys may be seen ulimbering up" on the turf. Coach Stan Anderson, who previously coached only the varsity division, will handle all divisions of track this season. Armanini, Higashiuchi, lshimura, Kanzaki, Niki, Paullus, Shearer, Teramura and Wilson from last year's team will compete this season in addition to the lower classmen and transfers. -592' PEG DEUCE lnspired, perhaps, by Helen Wills Moody or Donald Budge, many girls become skilled in the art of these professionals. Offering a pleasant way to strengthen muscles, tennis has been enthusiastically received in gym classes. DIP Q' Fmure Johnny Weismullers train earn- estly in swimming. Known for its all- around benefits, "splashing" attracts many boys and girls and is one of the ma- jor sports of our school. Bnfnbma, Although boxing is a minor sport, boys enjoy watching the matches, which are sponsored once a month by Boys' League. The outcome of these inter-class bouts may be the discovery of a Lfloe Louis," or a "Max Baerw-who knows? 'THE CANNON" READY, SET Wfndean, .9 ' ln addition to re fular 1' mnastics, modern dancin f which hrin fs into lla IIIIIS- B c 9 i- clcs not ordinarily used in the dance, is part of the curriculum. 4'The Cannon." a symbolical dance often used in college classes, and "The Classroom," a dance interpreted by several girls, have been mastered hy most gym students. watch, Jimi df:.clr,! As part of the gymnasium routine, archery, which requires skill and concentration, is one of the minor sports. The "simple twist of the hand and the wrist and the power of mind over matter" has been conquered by several archery enthusiasts. 161, V GIRLS' ATHLIETIC ASSOCIATION-Row Une: Martinez lhnrlcry mamzgerl, Escano tbaskethall mfmagpri, Nnknmoto tbasehnll nmuatufrl, .lanovich lvnlhyball nmrmgeri. Row Two: Ahe ltennis munagrrl, Gross lserrr- laryl, Ellsworth, J. tprexidvnh. llerry lfl'l'lIXl1fPfl, Erichsen lxwimming managerj, Lawson. tvire prexidentb. O 5 I O 2 I I WATERBABIES Swimming the most popular of GAA activities, opened the fall season with about one humlrefl girls splashing. Sophs won the interelass swimming meet concluetetl by Dorothy Erivhsen, swimming lll2l!l2lg,'Cl', and Phyllis Stclfan, instructor. HUOPSTERS Juniors won interclass basketball competition from among thirty girls who eame out after svhool to become skillful in "sinking the easabaf' Managers: Mary Es- vano, fall selnester: ,lean Ellsworth. spring. Vt lI,I.EYED AND THUNDERED Thirty girls reported to Claire Janovieh, manager, for after-school volleyball praetire. lntersehool games were played with Campbell, Fremont, and Santa Clara high schools. "B IG I,EAGUERS" With cries of "seek that pill," and "slug it," baseball season began. Manager of this wilt'-llliilin sport was Frances Nakamoto. C4 62 77 GREETINGS ' With a mock wedding, a tumbling exhibition by Virginia Barkley, a hula dance by June Kogelshatz, songs by Margie Baron, dancing, and games, the GAA wel- comed freshman girls on November 19. At this "baby" party each girl wore a "kiddie" costume and all sat on the floor in informal groups for "supper," and to watch the program. IN CONFERENCE To discuss sports, members of the peninsula schools attended Girls' Peninsula Athletic League dinner meetings at Burlingame in the fall, and at Los Gatos and at Santa Clara in the spring. Phyllis Stelfan, Helen Fox., girls' advisors, Jean Ellsworth, president of the GAA, and June Gross, secretary, represented our school. PENNY PINCHERS To raise money for the Girls, League, a "penny-day" was held on April 8, 1938. Price of participating or watching relays, volleyball, sack races, and pleasure swimming was one penny each. High-point girl and boy for the day, Dorothy Erichsen and Ted Hopkins, received one can of tennis balls each. RULES OF THE GAME Baseball, volleyball, and playdays were the major topics discussed at the Santa Clara GAA convention, May 3. A ten-inch soft ball, overhand pitching and regu- lar baseball rules were agreed up on by the girls for this "he-man" sport. J. Ells- worth, J. Gross, M. Lawson, and Caroline Wood represented MV. DANCE SYMPOSIUM ' Enthusiasts for modern dancing from fifteen peninsula and valley schools met at Sequoia High in March for dance instructions. 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GIVICH Phone 2471 271 Castro Street Mountain View AIR BASE CREAMERY ESPINOSA AUTO 765 Castro Street Mountain View 824 E L E C T R I C S H 0 P Compliments Phone M.V. 2141 LANE'S CREAMERY Main Street Los Altos Church and Castro Streets Wiring Motors VALLEY ELECTRIC CO. SALYER BARBER SHOP GLENN W. WILSON Phone 2502 Phone 2413 236 Castro Street Mountain View Radios Appliances Congratulations CLASS OF 1938 MORTON'S You will be greeted with a smile at the grocer that's worth while. LAWSON,S GROCERY Phone 2402 Dial 564 360 Castro Street Mountain View 296 Castro Street x68:: WE EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FUTURE CUSTOMERS AT THEIR GRADUATION FORIVIWIAY MACHINE SHOP Ropair antl Constt'uc'tion ,AXZQ WAISUI' HUUIII WALNUT HULLERS Telvpltono Mountain Vi:-ts 425l Almond Avenue Los Altos. California Fltonc 872 Tow Servin- E. R. SCHAFFNER'S GARAGE lfontplvfv Autnmolivv Svrrivv BODY WORK FENDER WORK X-RAY BATTERY SERVICE 966 Dana Street Motnttaitt View California KANKEL and WOODS Stantlarll Oil Protlurts J. V. MANFREDI "Is ,flltrays Rvfulyv INSURANCE Class of '20 WALTER T. SELENGER REAL ESTATE mul INSURANCE 692 CllUl't'll Strvvt Mountain Vi i-ss California WE TELECRAFH FLOWERS Corsagvs f Bouquets - Floral Designs Potlvd Plants WAYSIDE FLOWER SHOP Phone MV 848 K. TAMADA. Proprivlor 2 Blom-ks North on South Sitle- 101 Moutttain View Entrance a69sa WINES FANCY LIQUORS MILANI'S Phone537 295 Castro Street Imported and Domestic Crocerles Fruits, Vegetables, Meats Mountain View California MAN CINI MOTOR SALES Telephone 600 UGO MANCINI, Proprietor DE SOTO and PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS State Highway Mountain View California GROWERS' HARDWARE FISHING TACKLE and C A M P 1 N G EQUIPMENT 160 Castro Street Phone 714 BANDBOX LAUNDRY and CLEANING COMPANY Phone S59 954 Villa Street Mountain View 47025 We Specialize In BEST WISHES and ff' Smart- B CONGRATULATIONS Nl llt . ,Mx Practical T0 THE SENIORS . 51 5 HAIR ax., --'di from 'iz gf ' STYLES i il"-1 Judge J. M. Atkinson Mr. Bay Hays, City Clerk Dr. A. H. MacFarlancl, M. D. Dr. I. J. Hopkins, M. D. MURRAY'S BEAUTY PARLOR Phone Mt. View 2251 305 Castro Street Dr. H. W. Milo, M. D. Dr. A. C. Thompson, M. D. Phone 2531 REDWINE MOTOR CO. 890 Merry Street Groceries Fruit and Vegetables 124-26 Castro Street G. L. FRYMIRE Mountain View California ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTORS FARM IMPLEMENTS Phone 743 41 Palo FRANK LAUDA, JR. The F urrier 472 University Avenue Palo Alto California FERGUSON MUSIC HOUSE Music, Pianos and Instruments 250 South First Street San Jose California SLONAKER"S PRINTING HOUSE The Home of Thoughtful Printing 225 Hamilton Avenue Palto Alto California STANDARD ELECTRIC TIME COMPANY Timing Systems for Schools 268 Market Street San Francisco California MANUEL S. WELTMAN California and Mexico Representative MIDLAND CHEMICAL LABORA- TORIES INC. DUBUQUE, IOWA J. JAY BAKER Watchmakcr and Jeweler 3 74 University Avenue Alto California GOLDEN STATE ICE CREAM M I L K CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE TYPEWRITERS - ALL MAKES Sold - Rented - Repaired - Exchanged HUNTER'S OFFICE- STORE EQUIPMENT CO. Phone Ballard 4234 San .lose California ROOS BROTHERS, INC. Palo Alto California S M I T H ' S "on-the-circle" SPORTING GOODS Palo Alto California VON WORMER and RODRIGUES .IEWELERS 126 Post Street San Francisco California 4172: SPROUSE-REITZ CO. INC. 5-10-15c STORE A Complete Line of School Supplies J. J. TAYLOR INSURANCE Phone 2514 595 View Street Mountain View YOUR FEDERATED STORE OF MOUNTAIN VIEW Congratulates the Class of 1938 on their Achievements Use "Forward and Progress" as one of your mottos. TAILORS AND CLEANERS MOUNTAIN VIEW CLEANERS Men's Suits at Special Prices Excellent We Do Pressing and Cleaning All Kinds of Altering and Remodeling J. WEINBERG 234 Castro Street Mountain View VIOLIN MAKER Repairing Done on All Musical Instruments I SPECIALIZE IN REPAIRING ANY MAKE OF RADIO HIRSCHBEK MUSIC HOUSE 168 Castro Street MOUNTAIN VIEW PARTS COMPANY 884 Dana Street Mountain View, California Auto Parts and Accessories MELLO'S MEN'S SHOP Men's Clothing and Furnishings Cleaning--Pressing-Alleraiions 259 Castro Street Phone 2591 LOS ALTOS SHOE REPAIR SHOP FRANK IELLI, Prop. Complete Equipment Modern Machinery BUCKINCHAM and HECHT SHOES 473s THE VILLA LAFAYETTE 207 Miramonte Avenue Mountain View FOR GRACIOUS DINING EDOUARD BATTINI H-fin gourmet- Mountain View B35 WILLIAM P. WRIGHT Real Estate Broker Mountain View, California Established 1901 Oliice MV 2116 - Residence MV 2439 JIMMY THE BUTCHER Main Street, Los Altos BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY Home Owned-Home Operated Phone 9 Quality Meats Free Delivery 252 Castro Street Mountain View GORDON'S Congratulations to the Graduating LOS ALTOS MARKET Class of 1938 Groceries - Meats - Vegetables M 0 U N T A I N V I E W Delivery Service Available R E G I S T E R ' I-' E A D E R Five Trips Daily Phone 270-271 NEWSPAPER PRINT SHOP C. M. LAWSON Telephone 711 Real Estate - Insurance Loans - Rentals Representing J. V. MANFRED1 Established 1881 268 Castro Street, Mountain View, Calif. WE CAP THE CLIMAX JOHN PASTORINO Buy STANDARD PRODUCTS from KANKEL and WOODS Phone 817 396 Castro Street Mountain View HOOK 81 LOGAN INSURANCE R E N T A L S Phone 2418 257 Castro Street SILVER SEAL CREAMERY We Manufacture Our Own I C E C R E A M Fountain Dairy Products 242 Castro Street WAGNER'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE A Safe Place to Trade Phone 2423 Corner Castro and Villa Streets ARMANINI DRUG STORE Drugs, Sundries, Stationery and Soda Fountain Phone 635 Mountain View BLANCO'S THEATRE Yoursfor ENTERTAINMENT MOUNTAIN VIEW HARDWARE Phone 529 199 Castro Street BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY Home Owned-Home Operated 252 Castro Street Mountain View We Handle The Finest Quality EATMORE FRENCH CUSTARD ICE CREAM "It's Richer" KNIGHT'S PHARMACY FREE DELIVERY 1759 SUNNYVALE LOS ALTOS liwalc Iuka YOUR DEALER IN FORD PRODUCTS Phone 533 492 Castro St. Mountain View THE TOGGERY ROUGH RIDER PANTS EDGESTON SHOES MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS CLOTHING AND SHOES 142 Castro Street Phone 560 G O O D L U C K Class of 1938 FIVE and TEN MARKET Phone 633 Where Do You Buy Your Meats? HI BERRYESSA'S MARKET MOUNTAIN VIEW Phone 521 Q76x LOS ALTOS GARAGE GEORGE RAMSEY, Owner Dodge and Plymouth Products Phone 7 Los Altos California MOUNTAIN VIEW B E R R Y F A R M Groceries Produce Meats El Camino Real near Bailey Avenue Mountain View You T00-Phone 22 LARRY NELSON LOS ALTOS PHARMACY "There Is No Charge For Delivery" L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Class Rings and Pins San Francisco California L'OMELETTE FRENCH CUISINE 101 Highway and Jordan Avenue Los Altos California GILL - MANN COMPANY DESKS and CHAIRS 160 Second Street San Francisco California GET FLYING MAR from HERB and RAY Ph0ne815 Corner Castro and Church Streets Mountain View For High Quality and Low Prices On All Kinds of SCHOOL SUPPLIES, BINDERS, NOTE BOOKS, FILLER PAPER PACIFIC SCHOOL SUPPLY HOUSE 317 Market Street San Francisco cc77w A. R. DANKWORTH School Stationers, Engravers, Plymouth De Soto DEPOT GARAGE Los AltosfPhone 12 Jewelers Repairs - Parts - Accessories Tires - Tubes - Batteries 82 Second Street San Francisco Terms U Desired DEPENDABLE USED CARS Compliments T H E SHELL OIL COMPANY P. CHRISTIANSEN, Manager GIRLS' SHOPPE EDLAFOLAND Proprietor Mountain View California 237 Castro Street Mountain View T' V' ALLEN, INC' Congratulations School Jewelers and Stationers 812-16 Maple Avenue CLASS OF 1938 UNIVERSITY CREAMERY L05 Angeles California 222 Castro Street Phone 2416 ESCANO'S PAULDINGS Grocery, Bakery and Better Values Quality Meat Market Mountain View Telephone 2221 P. O. Box 591 Phone 2322 Slerlin Road Ladies' and Men's Furnishings Mountain View California Shoes and Dry Goods 4478: jfqi We AUTOGRAPHS 1 'W 5 I Lodsrcr, some a but co., lm.. umm. am. I ' 1 'FQ aw If -'B E5 - -IV U' 9' .E '.,f:V- xllgh 'ju ,'VA1 2 'si' '. N . - - I ' . A ul A 1 ,, vigil-V , .s ,v ,J Vg. .,i,aiVf.f " . :gp .,. 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