Newport Harbor High School - Galleon Yearbook (Newport Beach, CA)
- Class of 1937
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0 I Wish to congratulate the members of the Class
of '37 of the Newport Harbor Union High School
for your successful completion of the course of
study as outlined by the faculty of your splendid
educational institution and to commend you for
the achievement this book represents. 0 From
the day Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo, a Portuguese
sailing under the flag of Spain, sighted the coast
of California, "Early Californiaw history has been
replete with experiences of conquest, adventure,
hardships and romance. 0 The daring conquests
of Don Gaspar Portola and his soldiers in estab-
lishing a Spanish colony and giving protection to
the Dons who developed vast rancherias under
royal grant-the patience and enduring hardships
of Frey Junipero Serra and his followers, who
built 26 missions, teaching Christianity to the
Indians and establishing sites of many of our
California cities-the thrilling adventures of the
Argonauts of 219, undaunted by the privations of
a great frontier, pushed on and on over treach-
erous mountain trails and lonely deserts-all
combine to give the country which we love and
know as the Golden Empire, a historic back-
ground, rich With tradition. 0 May you, the
members of the Class of '37, recognize those
attributes which enabled the pioneers to Win the
struggle against the tremendous odds which they
encountered and, in the light of this splendid
example, dedicate yourselves to the accomplish-
ment of the tasks which are just ahead.
FRANK F. MERRIAM
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0 The students of Harbor High feel greatly in-
debted to the members of the Board of Trustees.
0 Without the interest and cooperation of these
members We should not be able to boast of our
school as We do today. 0 The football field,
mechanical drawing room, tennis courts, new
agriculture department, and our beautiful grounds
are all examples of what they have done for us.
These and many other features of our school
have taken hours of hard work, effort, cooper-
ation, understanding and generosity on the part of
the Board 0 The students wish to thank the
Board of Trustees for their endless generosity and
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6 The early Spanish explorers sailed their gal-
leons slowly and precariously along the coastline
of the Pacific 0 These dauntless yoyagers were
followed by the padres who builded the great
chain of California Missions. The padres knew
little of the natural resources of California. but
they did know the Value of faith and constancy
and the joy of unselfishly serving humanity. 0 As
our 1937 Galleon makes its voyage. I sincerely
hope Harbor High pupils will gather inspiration to
face the world as courageously as the Spanish Ex-
plorers and with the ideals of service that animat-
ed the padres in building the Missions.
0 As we look back over the years in California
history we see how it is tied in with the found-
ing and maintaining of the Missions. In fact the
beginning of California is the beginning of the
Missions. 0 The years of our school life have
revealed to us that We have grown and developed
because We have an institution based on an ideal,
the building of citizens. 0 As you go out into
the World may you grow and develop more be-
cause of the school foundation.
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LILY L. LAHTI,
Art and History
Mrs. S. A. HOEFNER,
,Agriculture and Science
V RUTH PATTERSON,
Latin, Social Science and
0 The Franciscans established twenty-one historic
missions from San Diego to San Francisco along
El Camino Real in the hope of influencing the
people in each district. Through the kind guidance
of Los Padres, who were the teachers of the mis-
sion schools, the pupils were taught civilized man-
ners and useful trades. This same spirit of better-
ment which was brought into California so long
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ELOISE N. PICKRELL, '- ,fl a
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RALPH K. REED, '
Boys' Physical Education '
EVERETT A. REA,
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L. Abrams, B, Simon. Miss Plckrell, Bottom Row-E. Sain. B. Sutherland, D. Gabriel
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Simon. vice-president: Ruth Hayden,
I 3 secretary: and Dorothy Gabriel. treas-
urer. Other members aie Glenn Thomp-
'F 1 f Y: son, Betty Sutherland. Eudell Sain. Wal-
ter Kelly, and Beth Wilson, class repre-
sentatives. The faculty advisers are Mr
Davidson. Miss Pickrell. and Mr
Thompson. 0 This year the Board of
Control has striven to make the Student
Body assemblies. school dances. and
other student activities worthwhile. It
voted to contribute a sum of money to
the flood relief: and the board approved
of the first night dance sponsored by
the P.-T. A.
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BOARD OF CONTROL: Top Row-Mr. 'I'homDS0'l' Mr' Davidson. G. Thompson, vv. Kelly. 'CD
TUDENT SOCIETY: Top Row-B. Duarte, B. Simon. R. Carlson, R. Friend. B. Neville,
C. Phoenix, W. Kelly. L. Abrams, Ft. Meyer, H. Davis, W. Flint. Second Row-J. Went-
worth, M. Davis, Ft. Hayden. Nl. Foltz, D. Gabriel, B. Wells, B. Sutherland. I.. Bowden.
W. Boykin, V. Eighmey, Mr. Hamblet. Third Bow-B. Rogers. B. Lamberton, J. Crouqhan.
E. Backer, G. Sweetman, E. Sain, E. A. Miller, V. J. Willits, G. Edick. Bottom Bow-
L. Lloyd. T. Grupe, S. McClellan, Ft. Winterbourne, H. Anderson, C. Storing.
0 Under the able direction of Bob Simon, vice-
president of the Student Body, and the hclpii-l
assistance of Mr. Hamblet, the Student Society.
composed of the Student Court and hall commit-
tees, has firmly established itself as a successful
self-governing body. O A drive was made at
the beginning of the year to do away with
25 lunch-eating on the auditorium steps and in the
453 parked cars at the edge of the campus. The noon
' recreation period, sponsored by the Hi-Y, helped
greatly to do away with violations in the hall at
noon. 0 Hall committee members are to be com-
mended for the faithfulness and loyalty shown
gl in staying in their respective positions when on
Q-j duty. However, their work was made easier by
the fact that the students, themselves, cooperated
and worked with the hall committee members.
0 The Student Court included Bob Simon, vice-
president of the Student Body: Ruth Hayden, sec-
retary of the Student Body, Luther Abrams, pres-
ident of the Hi-Y3 Joyce Wentworth, president of
the Girls' League: Walter Kelly, senior repre-
sentativeg Glenn Thompson, junior representative,
Eudell Sain, sophomore representative, Betty
Sutherland, freshman representative: and Mr.
In the heart of California,
A mission stands, so fair-
And the spirit of truth and love, I think,
Lives in the garden there.
This garden forms the chapelfyard,
Wl1ei'e the stately cedar grows,
And the smilax and ivy run along
The ground in scrambled rows.
'Years ago along these lanes
Padres meditating wentf
Their gray robes sweeping solemnly,
'Their heads in thoughts of worship bent.
And still, as though through chapelfyarcl
Of Santa Barbara one walks,
There is a solemn Presence felt,
And all is hushed-for there God talks.
-Elsie Lee Huffinc
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0 In the year of '34 the freshman class marched
into the Harbor High Mission with the idea of hav-
ing a good time and very little study. but in their
second quarter they began to show the ambition
of learning and accomplishing great things.
Yachio Honda and Mildred Rlyrehn showed their
scholastic ability by being admitted to the
Pendragon Club while they were still freshmen.
0 In their Junior year the class of 19517 spon-
sored a St. Valentine dance. which proved to be
one of the most successful events of the year. The
Junior-Senior banquet of 1936 was held in the
Costa Mesa Clubhouse. and the theme was carried
out in a very clever setting of an old-fashioned
garden. 0 The Class has been especially active
in all missionary activities this year, among them
the school play "Dulcy '." exchange assemblies, and
especially all types of sports. 0 The officers
are: President. Robert Hoke: Vice-President. Har-
old Scovel: Secretary. June Hinesly: Treasurer.
Margaret Davis: Board of Control Representative.
"He loveth chivalry.
truth, and honor."
"They are only great.
who are truly good."
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"The joy of youth and
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"Lovely in youthful
Lovely all her life
long in corneliness of
CHARLES R. ATTRIDGE
"A silent, shy, peace-
loving man. l
He seemed no fiery
CHARLES Ag'BEECHI B
"And Na u pro-
' mised b t-I "
IGood ffdljow and re-
FRANCES NI. BOCKUS
"The mildest manner.
and the gentlest
"Even sad vicissitude
amused his soul."
"He is at no end of
his actions best
Whose ends will make
him greatest, and not
"Reading is not ll
And vonsequenlly nu
business to he made
"GQ where he will.
this wise man is at
His hearth the earth.
his hall the azure
"Angels listen when
She's my delight. all
X r 0
ELNORA E. FITZ-
A "Fur never was there
I is J
if jsylggtl-li'EN NADINE
"Fair play is a jewel,"
"Oh, hlest with Temper
whgse unclouded ray
Can make t0mIgIrrQw
cheerful as t0-da3'-
RUTH G. HAYDEN
"She is the mirror of
"Thou hast no faults.
or I no foults can spy.
Thou art all beauty.
or all blindness I."
. MYRTLE ELEANOR
q ,nz DIXON
.4 , i Her eyes as stars .jf
-- " twilight fair.
, Like twilight. tml. her
' ' dusky hair."
X dr" ,
uv' . EIGI-IMEY
' , K3 K ' "Seeing only what is
, " -' ,- J fair..
' f. f SIDDIUE only what is
.. pf .- , In sweet.
Q' fe Thou dost nmfk :It fate
, fs " Lv and care."
.. . :LE ligag -.1f .
EVELYN LOUISE FLINT
"I say the wiirlrl is
And lllvelinf-ss is
. "VI'hat PQPI' he riifi was
dune with sw muvh
1 ' In him alrrne 'twas
2 3 natural tl. please."
INILLIANI NIERLE HAUN
L- if "From the r-rown of
I . ig his head to the soles
' - Q of his feet. he is all
.f ,ff v' .41 1
K Q as
V 1, ,
' l ah. I-IOWARD R. HILL
. , "Never elated when one
. ..., f 'F T marI's oppressed.
Never dejected while
- an-1Ither's bless'd."
X 7L""C'f'-6 1 R'
ROBERT REECE HOKE
L 1 Y . --- ' "Theres life alone in
gf T' 3 - duty dc-ne.
.. T f . - And rest alone in striv-
, ' ' V
. , , 5.15,
HELEN C. HONDA
"Genteel in persoiiage.
Conduct. and equip-
"Gifts ID l-1 4V
.H a e thei H,
i 3 I Jb X1
ELSIE LEE HUFFINE ji
"Here's to the pilot 'Q'
who weathered the
.. l 5.
" 5- .
"Not from a vain or 93
shallow thought. ' ,
:And ex as e wen .
some rry ay he
'VRE ETH LA VERNE
"And what he greatly '
v thought. he nohly
rf -, 4
JOHN RENE Luco 'W 5
"We meet thee. like xi f' ' I
pleasant thought when V.:
sul-li are wanted." ' '-
at - 7'
YACHIYO R. HONDA
"Noble by heritage.
Generous and free."
f, 'V e fairest garden in
f And in her mind the
Zu wisest books,"
"Be wiser than others
if you Can. but do
not tell them so."
. i 5
J ' ,ng
ELIZABETH M. 45
JOHNSTON -, - T
"Soft peaks' she brings.
Wlle-Beyer she arrives."
f ' l
WK E45 'KENTON
sx vu l conipeii-
xv seated ibs.
WILLI M Gmvi '
H f . f
xg ":I'1?xlekihg cg-,ines by na-
ii . Ui
Silenme' by wisdoinf'
"A haippy soul that :ill
To liexiveii hath ai stim-
"Like two single gen-
tlemen rolled into
"VVise to resolve. and
patient to perfornif'
TINA OPAL NETH
"Gnd does nfvt me-aFure
men by infhe-sf'
"I'll warrant him
"AB . sweet and muiircfall
As bright A icfs ltitef
strunv u'itFelfiis hair."
"Let all thy C-:inverse
BARBRA C. ROGERS
"A IPAQ frjiendl is fo -
ever a frienfll
f . , I
'Stvle is the flrefs f-f
"O th-,fu are fairer than
the evening air.
Clad in the beauty -if
a IhVil,lFElI'ifl stars."
"A mind IIIII ti' M-
lliaiigerl lfy plzi-'ff 1-r
ls' V' Y' 4 W.
"Little tuba uf rnlghiy
Charmer 1-f :in iflle
CRAIG C. PHOENIX
"As merrv as the flax'
is lfilllgfiyk '
"VVisciom is the wealth
-,if tiie wise."
"A man Qi' sovereigii
parts he is este-em'd."
"The fair. the chaste.
and unexpressive she.
"Do the work thz1t's
Though it's dull at
"When you dance. I
A wave 0' the sea. thut
you might ever do
nothing but that."
"The mildest manners.
and the gentlest
"Youth calls for Plea-
Pleasure calls fur
"He knew WhelT's what.
and that's as high
rhletapliysif' wit f-an
"Sweet are the
thuughts that savur nf
The quiet mind is
rivher than at crown."
. . :,7.ivQ,-153 . 5- - '
, gt if
wrlf f i . -oar ,
ROBERT AL.LAN SIMON
" h h succeeds,
rn er errre is all his
I . I
I I jf?
A -wi I,
"True as the needle
to the pole,
Or as the dial to the
FLOYD M. SPESSARD
"A star of the unequi-
"Oh, could you View
And musif of her lace."
. If X4 4, A
' ' f Ur!" - T7
if i tt
LYLE E. VAN DE
"He was rightemis in
hls own eyeef
"Beauty lust her nuth-
Her virtues were so
"She hath :1 tear fm'
pity. and :1 liund
Open as duy for mell-
V In-XM 7
I I I , I'
, A I 1
rncnt frc m repc-:-."
sv ' +1
"Labor is but refresh- ' - 1
W p sp
"A fine judgement in
'iiich in saxtng com'
And as the greatest
In his simplicity sub-
"He wears the rose of
youth up-:fn him."
3 -. 4 Y
QA fx ' V
,ix I .Nfl
"The enorinuus faith nf
Ulblllff flladf? I 1' fllllfi
WAYNE W. JONES
"Happy man he his
"He rnost prevails wliu
eff' " , -'---X. .
CQ, an-was iv'
. ' 14 iff:
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,'ff:Q?f:f 'if gf- ,, 'I
ilk ii 'N-3 Q f 6 if
+f:f'1i3-ff-J' E - 1
g1.i?fff5Zj'i-' 'Si' f i
aft - A
-44 'L-'fl 'g52?22'g3-gf-'E7f?':i:
., -, E. .
"Thy purpose firm if
equal ti' the fl-Ped."
man never stepped
thru ei prim-e s hull.
'-He im-ed 3 j.e.ke."
Name: LUTHER JAMES ABRAMS
History: Hi-Y 5. 6, 7, 8: Gym Leaders 5,
6: Nat. Hist. 7. 8, DYGS- aCUV1iY 1. 2:
Science 1, 2, pres. Student Body 7, 8:
Student Soc. 7. 8: Ooeretta -4: Freshman
play 2: Junior play 6: Senior Assembly
8: Football 1, 3, 5: Basketball 1, 3:
Track 2, 4. 6: Baseball 2. Aim: UCLA.
Name: MARIAN ADAMS '
History: Kayak Club 3, 4: Scholarship 5:
Tri-Y 6, 7, 8: Masque and Foil 5, 6:
Handicraft 5, 6: Office assist. 7, 8:
Operetta 2: Benefit Show 6: Armistice
Day Play 5: School Play 5, 7: Assist.
Dir. 5: Volleyball 5: Hockey 6: Badmin-
ton 6. Aim: Secretary.
Name: CHARLES R. ATTRIDGE
History: Science 3, 4: Math. 5, 6. 7, 8:
V. P. 7: Hi-Y 7, 8: Scholarship 3, 5:
football 3, 5, 7: track 2, 4, 6, 8: Base-
ball 2, 3. Aim: To continue his education.
Name: MURRIEL LORRAINE ASHMAN
History: Camera 5, 6: Handicraft 'I, 8:
Adventures 7. 8: Uniform Board 1, 2, 3.
4: Operetta 4. 8: Basketball 1, 3. 5. 7:
Volleyball 3, 5. 7: Hockey 6: Baseball 6.
Name: ALICE MILDRED BACON
History: Transferred 7: Sec. Girls' Sen.
Act. 8: Dance Direct. Operetta 8: Basket-
ball 8: Tennis 8. Aim: Nurse.
Name: CHARLES A. BEECHER
History: Commercial 7, 8: School Play 7:
Operetta 6. 8: Class Assembly 6: Music
Fest. 6: Orchestra 5, 6, 7, 8: Track 6, 7.
Aim: To operate boat yard.
Name: HUGH HAROLD BEMENT
History: Nat. His. 5, 6, 7, 8: Liars 5. 6.
7, 8: Science 3, 4: Hi-Y 7, 8: Electrician
5. 6, 7, 8: Galleon 7, 8: Ath. Carn. 6, 8.
Aim: San Luis Obispo-Agriculture Col-
Name: FRANCES M. BOCKUS
History: Transferred to Harbor 7: Library
Club 7, 8: Handicraft 7, 8: Operetta 7.
Aim: Beauty Operator.
Name: IRENE PATRICIA BRAY
History: Transferred to Harbor 6: Commer-
cial 5, 6: Library Club 5. 6: Handicraft 7,
8: Daubers 7, 8: Operetta 6, 8: Class
Assembly 6. Aim: College.
Name: EDVVARD J. BARRETT Jr.
History: Transferred to Harbor 8: Camera
8: Baseball 8, Aim: Interior Decorator.
Name: RICHARD ROLAND BRIGGS
History: Science Club 3. 4, 5, 6: Masque
and Foil 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8: pres. 7, 8:
Liars 7, 8: Class Programs 2, 4, 6, 8:
School Play 3, 7: Operetta 2, 4, 6, 8:
Mus, Fest. 4, 6. 8: Beacon 7, 8 3 Ath.
Carn. 4, 6, 8. Aim: Travel.
Name: DORIS ANNE DAVIS
History: Transferred to Harbor 7: Pres.
Library Club 7, 8: Archery 7, 8: Basket-
ball 7. Aim: Bacteriologist.
Name: HARVEY MILTON DAVIS
History: Nat. Hist. 7. 8: Science Club 3,
4: Masque and Foil 5. 6: F.F.A. 7, 8:
Student Society 5, 6, 7, 8: Operetta 3,
5: Ath. Carn. 2. 8: Football 3, 5, 7,
Name: MARGARET FAYE DAVIS
History: Transferred to Harbor 3: Camera
3, 4: Commercial Club 3, 4: Sec. Treas.
Archery Club 5. 6: Nat. Hist. 5, 6. 7,
8: Sec. Treas. Handiwork 7, 8: Student
Society 5, 6, 7, 8: Sophomore Play 3:
Basketball 3, 5, 7: Volleyball 3, 5, 7:
Hockey 4, 6, 8: rapt. 6, 8: Baseball 4,
6, 8: Badminton 5, 7. Aim: To work
in Doctor's office.
Name: MYRTLE ELEANOR DIXON
History: Tri-Y 6, 7, 8: Nat. Hist. 13, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8: Archery 5, 6: Commercial Club
3, 4: Student Soc. 3, 4, 5, 6: Class As-
sembly 1, 3, 6, 8: Beacon Staff 7, 82
Basketball 1, 3, 5, 7: Volleyball 1. 3,
5, 7: Capt. 1: Hockey 2, 4, 6, 8: Base-
ball 2, 4, 6, 8: Badminton 5, 6, 7, 8:
Manager 7, 8: Tennis 5, 6, 7, 8. Aim:
Name: ELIZABETH JANE DODGE
History: Masque and Foil 3, 4. 5, 6: V. P.
5, 6: Handicraft 5, 6: Liars Club 7: 32
Nat. Hist. 7, 8: Good Manners 3, 4:
Scholarship 7: School Play 3: School
Play iech. Staff 7: Operetta 2, 4, 6,
8: Assist. Director 4, 8: Sextette 3, 4, 7.
8: Class Assembly 2, 4, 6, 8: Mus. Fest.
2, 6, 8: Galleon 5, 6, 7, 8: Basketball
3, 5, 7: Volleyball 4, 6: Hockey 2, 4, 6,
8: Baseball 2, 6, 8. Aim. Commercial
Name: FLORENCE VIRGINIA EIGHMEY
History: Adventurers 3, 4: Masque and Foil
5. 6: Girl's League 5, 6: Sec. Scholarship
5, 6: Operetta 1. 3, 5: Class plays 1.
3, 6, 8: Beacon Staff 7, 8: Uniform
Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Usher 5, 6: Basketball
1, 3, 5, 7: Volleyball 1, 3, 7: Hockey 2.
4, 6, 8: Baseball 2, 4, 6, 8: Badminton
5. Aim: U.C.L.A.
Name: ELNORA E. FITZPATRICK
History: Kayak 3, 4: Nat. Hist. 3, 4, 5. 6,
7, 8: Handicraft 3. 4. 5, 6: Scholarship
Soc. 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8: Pres, 7: Uniform
Board 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 5: Baseball 4:
Hockey 4. Aim: Bacteriologist.
Name: EVELYN LOUISE FLINT
History: Kayak 3, 4: Adventurers 3. 4,
5, 6: Handicraft 5, 6: Nat. Hist. 7, 8:
Sec. Archery Club 7. S: Usher 5, 6: So-
phomore Assembly 3: Uniform Board 1.
2, 3, 4, 7, 8: Basketball 1, 3. 5. 7:
Volleyball 1, 3. 5: Hockey 2: Baseball
2, 4, 6, 8. Aim: Steziographer.
Name: MARILYN NADINE FOLTZ
History: Tri-Y 6, 7, 8: Reporter 6: Ad-
venturers 3, 4: Student Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4,
5. 6. 7, 85 Spanish 3, 4: Board of Con-
trol 1, 2, 5, 6: V. P. Junior Class 3. 4:
Girl's League Cabinet 5, 6: G. A. A.
Cabinet 5, 6: Operetta 3, 4: Class prog.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8: Beacon Staff As-
s.st. Editor 7, 8: Usher Chairman 5. 6:
Uniform 1, 2, 3, 4: Ath. Carn. 5. 6, I. 8:
V. P. Girls' Sen. Act. 7. 8: Basketball
1, 3. 5, 7: Capt. 7: Volleyball 1. 3, 5, 7:
Capt. 5: Hockey 2. 4, 6, 8: Baseball 2. 4,
6, 8: Capt. 4: Manager 5. 6: Badminton
6, 8: Tennis 8. Aim: College.
Name: GRANT FULLER
History: Science 5, 6: Aviation 3, 4: Math.
Club 7. 8: Football 3. 5, . Aim: Engineer.
Name: DOROTHY MARIE GABRIEL
History: Masque and Foil 5. 6: Commercial
3, 4: Handicraft 5. 6: Tri-Y 7, 8: Treas.
of Stu-d. Body 7, 8: Board of Control 3:
4: Uniform 1, 2, 3, 4, 8: Operetta 2. 4,
6: School Play 3, 5, 7: Music Fest. 6:
Beacon Staff 7, 8: Galleon Staff 5. 6.
7. 8: Basketball 1, 3, 5: Hockey 2, 4:
Volleyball 1. 3. 5. 7: Baseball 4. 6, 8'
Tennis -1, 6. 8. Aim: College.
Name: MERRIL RICHARD GRIFFIN
HISWFY: H1-Y 3. 4, 5. 6, 7. 8: Gym Leaders
3 4: Ath. Carn. 2, 4: Football 1. 3: Track
2 4 6 8: Basketball 1. 3. 5. Aim:
Name: WILLIAM MERLE HAUN
Name: DOROTHY HELEN DESCHAMPS Hismryi Leisure Club PWS- 31 Hi-Y 5- 6-
History: Transferred to Harbor 6, gg, VCIRL 715 Qfynfj Iaetlfgfl 3-t-L 61:
, . , , . . , .., 5. : 'ries ru . Z.,
mffgfll AAIQBEPRTFQIEQRQE DIXON Q 3. 4: Freshman Prog. 1: Soph. Prog, 35
1.. 1 y. . I . ISIQIITITIH Club 7, 8: Liars Student Band 3. 4. 5, 6: Football 1, 3,
gliurbv 7FiihiCgperetta 2: Football 3. 5, 7. 5.7 7: Basketball 5: Truck 2, -l, 6, 3,
8- WU Aim. College.
Name: RUTH G. HAYDEN
History: Adventurers 5. 6: Tri-Y 6. 7, 8:
Sec. 7. 8: Handicraft 7. 8: Sec. Student
Body 7. 8: Sec. Soph. Class 3. 4: Sec.
of G. A. A. 5. 6: Board of Control 7. 8:
Stud. SOC. 1. 2. 3. 4. 7, 8: Uniforrn B031-d
1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8: Usher 5. 6: Operetta
1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 3. 5. 7: Volley-
ball 1. 3. 5. 7: Capt. 7: Hockey 6 8:
Badminton 8: Baseball 5. 6. 7. 8. Aim:
Name: HOWARD R. HILL
History: Radio 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Science
Club 3. 4. 5. 6: Nat. Hist. 3. 4: Ath.
Carn. 3. 4: Football 5. 7: Basketball 3.
5. 7: Track 2. 4. 6. 8. Aim: Diesel
Narne: MILDRED JUNE HINESLY
History: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: V. P.
Good Manners 3. 4: Handicraft 5. 6: Sen.
Class Sec. 7. 8: Uniform Board 1. 2. 3.
4: Usher 5. 6: Basketball 1. 3. 5: Vol-
leyball 1. 3. 5. 7: Hockey 6: Baseball
4. 6. Aim: Dress designer.
Name: ROBERT REECE HOKE
History: Science Club 3. 4. 5. 6: V. P. 5. 6:
Math. 5. 6: Hi-Y 7. 8: Pres. Senior Class
T. 8: Class Assembly 2. 4. 6. 8: O er-
etta 4. 6. 8: Music Fest. 4: Scgool
play bl: Football 1. 3. 5. 7: Swimming 2:
Tennis 6: Track 8. Aim: Diplomatic
Name: HELEN C. HONDA
History: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Scholar-
ship 3. 4. 5. 6. 8: Benefit Show 5: Uni-
form Board 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 3. 5:
Volleyball 1: Hockey 2. 4. Aim: Private
Domestic Science School.
Name: YACHIYO R. HONDA
History: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Scholar-
ship 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7: Sec. 3: O eretta
1: Benefit Show 5: Christmas Play 3:
Uniform Committee 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball
1. 3. 5: Volleyball 1: Hockey 2. 4. Aim:
Private Domestic Science School.
Name: MARY ELIZABETH HORNER
History: Camera 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Handicraft
5. 6. 7. 8: Usher 5. 6: Galleon Staff 7 8:
Freshman Program 1: Senior Program
8: Baseball 8. Aim: Designer.
Name: ELLEN J. HOWE
Histcry: Camera 5. 6: Handicraft 7. 8: Ad-
venturers 7. 8: G. A. A. Board 7. 8: Un-
iform Board 1. 2. 3. 4: Operetta 7:
Soph. Play 4: School Play 7: Basketball
1. 3. 5. 7: Volley ball 1. 3. 5. 7: Hockey
4. 6. 8: Baseball 4. 6. 8. Aim: Nursing
Name: ELSIE LEE HUFFINE
History: Transferred to Harbor 6: Camera
6: Handicraft 7: Daubers 7. 8: Spanish
8: Scholarship 6: Literary Editor of
Bellbuoy 8: Fiesta 8: Gal eon Staff 7.
8. Aim: Author.
Name: RETAH BERNEICE ISAAC v
H.story: Camera 5. 6. 7. 8: Handicraft 5. 6.
7. 8: Scholarship 7: School Play 1. 3. 5.
7: Operetta 1. 3. 5. 7: Music Fiesta 4. 82
String Quintet 4: Benefit Show 5. Aim:
Name: RUSSELL JOHNSON V
History: Transferred to Harbor 5.
Name: ELIZABETH M. JOHNSTON
Historv: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Kayak
3. '4: Handicraft 5. 6: Liars 7. 83 Uni-
form Board 1. 2. 3, 4: Hockey 2. 3: Vol-
ame: WAYNE W. JONES
mister-y: Hi-Y 5. 6. 7. 8: Gym Leader 3- 42
Pres. Freshman Class 1. 2: Operetta. 4:
Football 1. 3. 5. 7: Basketball 2: Track
2. 4. 6: Baseball 4. Aim: Aviation.
Name: FRANK KING JOSLYN V
History: Masque and Foil 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 32
Science 5. 6: Liars 7. 8: Modern Lang.
3. 4: Operetta 4. 6: 8: School Play D1 7:
Class Assembly 1. 3. 6. 8: Music Fest.
4, 6. 8: Galleon Staff 5. 6. 7. 8: Beacon
Staff 7. 8: Ath. Carn. 6. 8: Tennis 6.
Name: VVALTER KENTON KELLY
History: Rifle Club 5. 6: Gym Leaders 3. 4:
Hi-Y 7. 8: Stud. Soc. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
8: Stud. Court 7. 8: Yell Leader 3. 4:
Junior Class Pres. 5. 6: Board of Control
7. 8: Stage Mgr. 4. 6. 8: Class Assembly
2. 4. 6. : Football 1. 3. 5. 7: Track 2.
4. 6. 8: Baseball 2, 4. 6. 8. Aim: Col-
lege of Pacific.
Name: KENNETH LA VERNE KESEL
History: Radio 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Treasurer
3. 4: Sec. 5. 6: Pres. 7. 8: Science Club
3. 4. 5. 6: Student Soc. 5. 6: School Play
7: Electrician 5. 6. Aim: Electrician.
Name: WILLIAM GIRVIN LEHMANN
History: Transferred to Harbor 1. 7: Nat.
Hist. 7. 8: Scholarship Soc. 1. 2. 7. 8:
Name: JOHN RENE LUGO
History: Science 3. 4: Radio 5. 6. 7. 8:
V. P. 7. 8: Freshman Assembly 2: Foot-
ball 1. 3: Tennis 4. 6. 8. Aim: Merchan-
Name: FRANCES CARLENE MASON
History: Modern Lang. 3. 4. 5. 6: Masque
and Foil 7. 8: Handicraft 7. 8: Class
Assembly 2. 4. 6. 8: Operetta 4. 6. 8:
Music Fest. 4. 6. 8: Pres. G'lee Club T. 8:
Sextette 5. 6: Basketball 1. 4. 6: Volley-
ball 1. 4. 6: Hockey 2, 4: Baseball 2. 4.
6. 8: Badminton 6. Aim: Travel.
Name: LOUIS MENNEY
History: Transferred to Harbor 7.
Name: ROBERT IRVING MEYER
History: Science 3. 4. 5. 6: Radio 3. 4. 5
6. 7. 8: Math. 7. 8: Football 3. 5. 7.
Name :ELIZABETH S. MOELLER
History: Transferred to Harbor 5: Handi-
craft 5. 6: Archery 5. 6. 7. 8: Nat. Hist
7. 8: Pres. Senior Girls Act. 7. 8: Scholar-
ship Soc. 7. 8: Operetta 5: School Play 7
Name: CONSUELO MUNIZ
History: Adventurers 5. 6: Handicraft 5. 6:
Spanish Club 7. 8: Library 7. 8: Junior
Play 6: Fiesta 8: Basketball 5. Aim:
Name: MILDRED BIYREHN
History: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Good
Manners 3. 4: Commercial Club 7. 8:
Handicraft 5. 6: Scholarship 1: Usher
5. 6: Uniform Board 1. 2. 3. 4: Orches-
tra 3. 4: Class Assembly 2. 6: Basket-
ball 1. 3. 5. 7: Volleyball 1. 3. 5. 7:
Hockey 2. 4. 6: Baseball 4. 6. 8. Aim:
Name: TINA OPAL NETH
History: Commercial 5. 6. 7. 8: Camera 7. 8.
Aim: Business College.
Name: .TIN OMORI
History: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6. T. 8: Science
3. 4: Ath. Carn. 3. 4. Aim: Farming.
Name: VERNON ORR
History: Aviation 3. 4: Science 3. 4. 5. 6:
Model Airplane 7. 8: Camera 7. 8: Ath.
Carn. 2: Football 1. 3. 5. 7.
Name: DOLORES FLORENCE ORTBERG
History: Sec. Handicraft 7. 8: Adventurers
3. 4. 5. 6: Modern Lang. 3. 4. 5. 6:
Masque and Foil 7. 8: Student Soc. 1. 2:
Uniform Board 3. 4. 8: Sextette 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8: Music Fest. 4. 6. 8: Operetta
4. 6. 8: Sec. Glee Club 7. 8: Class As-
sembly 2. 4. 6. S: Basketball 3. 5. 7:
Volleyball 1. 5: Hockey 6: Baseball 2.
4. 6. 8: Tennis 6. 8: Badminton 6. Aim:
Name: GERALDINE S. PERRY
History: Transferred to Harbor 6: Operetta
8: Sextette 7. 8: Exchange Assemblies 8.
Name: CRAIG C. PHOENIX
History: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: V. P.
5. 6: Pres. 7. 8: Operetta 6: Ath. Carn.
2. 4: Tennis 2. 4. 6. 8: Football 5. T:
Basketball 8. Aim: Aviation Engineer.
Name: MARGARET RUTH QTJINN
History: Adventurers 3. 4: Good Manners
3. 4: Library 5. 6. 7. 8: Commercial Club
Name: THEODORE E. RISCHARD
History: Transferred to Harbor 5: Pres.
Science Club 5, 6: Pres. Math. Club 7,
83 Pres. Sr. Act. Per. 7, 8: Scholarship
5, 6, 7. 8: Ath. Carn. 7, 8: Aim: Struc-
Name: BARBRA C. ROGERS
History: G. A. A. Board 5. 6, 7, 8: Nat.
Hist. 7, 8: Commercial 3, 4: Handicraft
5, 63 Library 5, 6: Operetta 1, 3, 5:
Class Assembly 2, 4, 63 Uniform 123
Basketball 1, 3, 5, 7: Volleyball 1, 3, 5,
7: Hockey 8: Baseball 2. 4, 6, 8: Tennis
4, 6, 8: Badminton 8. Aim: Secretary.
Name: HAROLD GEORGE SCOVEL
History: Gym Leaders 3, 4: Archery 5, 63
Nat. Hist. 5, 6, 7, 8: Liars 7, 8: Operetta
7, 8: Football 1, 3: Track 2, 4: Base-
ball 8: Siwmming 6. Aim: Business.
Name: LAURELL SHARMAN
History: Rifle 3, 43 Nat. Hist. 3, 4, 7, 8:
Stud. Soc. 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 4: Ath.
Carn. 2, 43 Basketball 3. 53 Football 1,
3, 73 Track 2: Baseball 2.
Name: .IOYCELYN BLYTHE SIMMONS
History: Transferred to Harbor 7: Handi-
craft 7, 8: Daubers 7, 83 Basketball 73
Volleyball 73 Hockey 8. Aim: College.
Name: ROBERT ALLAN SIMON
History: Transferred to Harbor 5: V. P.
Model Airplane 7, 8: Math. Club. 5, 6, 7.
8: Science 5, 6: Hi-Y 8: V. P. Student
Body 7, 83 Orchestra 5, 6, 7, 8: Scholar-
Name: MILDRED SINSLEY
History: Transferred to Harbor 5: Library
5. 6: Handicraft 5, 6: Daubers 7, 8:
Handicraft 7, 8. Aim: Art School.
Name: WILLIAM STEPHEN SMITH III
History: Rifle 3, 43 Archery 5. 6, 7, 83
Pres. 7, 8: Nat. Hist. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7, 83
V. P. 7, 8: Hi-Y 7, 83 School Play 7, 8:
Operetta 7, 8: Quartette 7: Stud. Soc.
1, 23 Football 5, 63 Track 2, 4. 6, 83
Tennis 8: Basketball 3. 53 Swimming 2,
8: Ath. Carn. 2. Aim: Travel.
Name: MAXINE GAYLE SPARKES
History: Camera 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Adven-
turers 3, 43 Handicraft 5. 6, 7, 8: Tri-Y
6, 7, 83 V. P. 7, 83 Reporter Soph. Class
3, 43 Usher 5, 63 Uniform Board 1, 2,
3, 4, 8: Class Assembly 2. 4, 6. 83 Stud.
Soc. 3, 4: G. A. A. Pres. 5. 6, 7. 8:
Basketball 1, 3. 5. 73 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 7:
Hockey 2. 4, 6. 8: Baseball 2, 4, 6, 8:
Tennis- 2, 4, 6, 8: Badminton 6. 8. Aim:
Name: FLOYD M. SPESSARD
History: Nat. Hist. 5, 6, 7, 83 Liars 5, 6,
7, 8: Hi-Y 7, 83 Operetta 5, 6, 7, 83
Galleon Staff 7, 8: Football Manager
5, 6, 7, 8: Baseball 4. 63 Track S, Aimg
Name: MARY ELIZABETH STRUNK
History: Good Manners 3. 4: Commercial
5. 6: Library 5. 6, 7, 8: Spanish 7. 8:
Fiesta 8: Hockey 8: Baseball 6, 83 Vol-
leyball 7. Aim: Nurse.
Name: VIRGINIA DOROTHY SWEETMAN
History: Camera 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Sec. 7, 8:
Spanish 3, 43 Adventurers 5, 6: Tri-Y
6, 7. 83 Pres. 7, 8: G. A. A. Board 5, 6:
Girls League Cabinet 5, 6. 7, 8: V. P.
7, 8: Class Reporter 5, 63 Stud. Soc. 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6: Class Assembly 2, 4, 8:
Christmas Program 3: Ath. Carn. 83
Uniform 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 83 Usher 5, 6:
Beacon Editor 7, 8: Galleon Staff 7. 8:
Basketball 1, 3, 5, 7: Volleyball 1, 3, 5,
7: Manager 3: Cagt. 3: Hockey 2, 4,
6, 8: Badminton 6, : Baseball 2. 4, 6, 8.
Name: DORIS LORRAINE THOMPSON
History: Liars 7. 8: Adventurers 7. 8: Uni-
form 1, 2: Stud, Soc. 1, 2: Operetta 1, 23
Basketball 1, 5: Capt. 1: Vollegfball 1, 8:
Hockey 6, 8: Badminton 6, .
Name: LYLE E. VAN De WALKER
History: Nat. Hist. 5, 6: Archery 5. 6:
Liars 7, 8: Daubers 7. 8: Class Assembly
4, 6: Stud. Soc. 5, 6: F. F. A. Treasurer
7, 8: Tennis 2, 4, 6, 8: Track 6. Aim:
Name: JOHN FREDERICK VOGEL JR.
History: Nat, Hist. 3, 4, 5, 6: Archery 3, 4:
Liars 5, 6, 7, 8: Radio 73 Masque and
Foil 8: Operetta 4: Frosh Play 2: Bea-
con Staff 7: Galleon 7, 8: Swimming 3,
4. Aim: Engineer.
Name: GRACE PAULINE WALLACE
History: Library 7, 8: Handicraft 7. 8: Oper-
etta 3, 4: Uniform 1. 2: Basketball 5, 6.
Name: JOYCE ELIZABETH WENTWORTH
History: Girls' League Cabinet 5, 6. 7. 8:
Pres. 7, 8: Reporter 5, 6: Modern Lan .
3, 4: Tri-Y 6, 7, 8: Uniform Court 7. 5:
Student Soc. 1, 2, 7, 8: Sec. Junior Class
5, 6: Scholarshi 3, 4: Operetta 4. 6. 8:
Music Fest. 4, 8: Sextette 5. 6. 7. 8:
Class Assembly 2, 4, 6, 8: Galleon Staff
5, 6, 7, 8: Editor 7. 8: Volleyball 4, 6:
Baseball 4, 6. Aim: Business Executive.
Name: RICHARD NELSON WILLIAMSON
History: Liars 7, 8: Adventurers 7. 8: Rifle
5, 6: Leisure 7, 8: Nat. Hist. 5, 6:
Operetta 6, 8: Class Assembly 8: Football
5: Basketball 5: Track 8: Ath. Carn. 8.
Aim: Gov. Agent Work.
Name: MAE MARGARET WINTERBOURNE
History: Girls' League Cabinet 5. 6. 7. 8:
Sec. 5. 6: Tri-Y 7, 8: Masque and Foil
3, 4, 5, 6: Modern Lang. 3, 4, 5. 6: Nat.
Hist. 7, 8: Class Assembly 2, 4. 6: Ush-
er 5, 6: Uniform 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball
3. 5, 7: Volleyball 1, 3, 7: Hockey 2. 4.
6: Baseball 2: Badminton 6. Aim: Col-
Name: WESLEY CHARLES VVOODHOUSE
History: Math. 7. 8: Gym Leaders 3. 4:
Stud. Soc. 1, 2. 3, 4: Football 1. 3. 7:
Track 2. 4, 83 Basketball 1, 3. 7. Aim:
Name: YOSHIO YAMAMI
History: Nat. Hist. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, S: Science
3, 4: Radio 5, 6: Track 2, 4, 6. 8. Aim:
Name: LUCILE YENSEN
History: Transferred to Harbor 7: Daubers
7, 8: Handicraft 7, S. Aim: Costume
Name: CAL MCCHESNEY FULLER
History: Operetta 2, 4, 6. S: Band 7, S:
Senior Program 8: Tennis 2. 4. 6, S:
Tennis Manager 8.
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0 This year a group classed as post graduates
have settled themselves in the Harbor Mission of
learning and have made themselves felt as a vital
part of our institution. The officers of this organ-
ization. called Phi Zeta Sigma. are: Dorothy Bou-
dinot, president: Don Truax, vice-president: Agnes
Dixon, secretary-treasurer3 and Miss Hiebsch, ad-
viser. Like all organized classes, they have sent e
representative to the Board of Control. Beth
Wilson has capably served in that capacity. They
have taken their part in the activities of the Har-
bor Mission by giving an assembly which included
a play entitled "The Advantages of Being Shy,"
and several musical numbers. 0 In their club
meetings they have discussions on social etiquette.
travel. and happenings of the day. The colors se-
lected for the Phi Zeta Sigmas are turquoise blue
and white. 0 These missionaries are recognizec-
by the Student Body as an important part of the
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Top Row-R. Malloy, D. Gardner, A. Sherry, B. Soule, R.
Irwin, A. Herndon, R. Carlson, A. Sparkes. Second Row
-N. Britton, D. Dyer, B. Raymond, G. Smith, B. Osgood
M. Viele, B. Lamberton, G. Thompson. Third Row-F.
l.iller. F. Swingle, R. Bomboy, E. Thompson, A. Miller,
D. Renders, M. Kurihara, K. Blackney. Fourth Row-F
lnokuchi, M. Gibson, F. Ortego, M. Jordan, P. VVhitson
H. Leatherwood, P. Asnnian, R. Nelson. Fifth Row-H
Mikasa, M. Korse, F. Swanson, M. DeSutter, B. Neville,
J. Croughan, E. Hommel, L. Wentwor'th. Bottom Row-
E. Gill, M. Coe, M. Sharrnan, R. McClellan.
0 With Warren Collins as president and support-
ed by the other officers, who were Billy Neville,
vice-president, Mary De Sutter, secretary, Doris
Wentworth, treasurer, Glenn Thompson, board of
control representativeg and Loreen Wentworth,
program chairman, the Junior Class had a very
active year. 0 The Juniors gave a clever assem-
bly in April, which was greatly enjoyed by the
rest of the students in Harbor Mission. 0 The
annual Junior-Senior banquet was held May 21 in
the school cafeteria and gym.
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Top Row-H. Parks. D. Shade. C. Vucich,'J. Orr. C. Arnold.
D. Wentworth. A. Nirenherg. M. Grupe. Second Row-
B, Hinkley, T. Andrews, W. Boykin. B. St. Clair,
G. Lumei. Nl. Hoffman. M. Marksbury. Third Bow-S.
Yamarni, M. Edick. P. Waldron. M. Logan. B. Brown, Nl.
Wallace, H. Lesnick. V. Mcintee. Fourth Row-J. Lugo.
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V. F. Schuetz. J. Gerneinhardt. Fifth Bow-S. Hirata.
H. Lighter. E. Handel. H. Kidder. E. J. Alien. D. Dickey.
H. Boyd. B. Lynch. Bottom Row-G. Ornori. M. McClin-
tock, J. Lockwood. M. McCue. R. Johnston.
0 Miss Anderson. Miss Pickreli, and Mr, Thomp-
son, the advisers, helped the Juniors enjoy the
year in the Mission. Juniors not in the picture
are Eleanor Anderson, Elwood Beatty, Alla
June Bouchey. Warren Collins. Charles Gage.
Shirley Hallamore, Jack Harris, Robert Horner.
Pat Joyce, Dale Mackey, Mac McCorkell. Margie
McCord, Harold Moore. Margie Reigle. Jack
Schilling, Grace Sihilling, Roland Thompson. El-
wood Tower, Maurice Womack.
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G. Hull, E. Bose, W. Tart, H. Honda, F. Moore. Y. Oku-
mura, F. Theuret, R. Bacon, S. Harden. Bottom Row-C
Baird. F. Higuera G. or on ' ' A
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Cabanne, L. Nielson, I. Focht, E. A. Muller. B. J. DeWoIfe.
0 The Sophonune CHass headed by Bob Janes
did a great deal of satisfactory'xyork in their sec-
ond year nlthe Iiarbor hdmsknr Chher ofheers
xvho helped with the success of the class xyere:
XHrghna.'Thon1pson, yieeqnfsidentg Jeanne Cia-
banne,seufiarygand Eudeh Sahr BoardcM'Con-
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party atlDrange County Park on Biay S,xyhiCh
turned outto bez1l1uge suruess.IEyeryone enjoyed
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Top Photo: Top Row-S. Honda. C. Burlingame, E. Schneeweus,
B. Boyd. B. Adams. A. Boehm. C. Milburn, L. Marshall.
B. Duarte. Second Row-Miss Bill, L. Pulgenclo. B. Boyd,
J. Nlclntosh. M, Cox. J. NlcAIary, R. Whitney, V. Ganahl,
L. Funk. Bottom Row-P. Miller. E. Packer. E. Sain,
l-'. Song, G. Sweetman, S. Attridge, J. Nlclntosh, Nl, Fur-
ukawa, F. Perrin.
Bottom Photo: Top Flow-R. Winterbourne, A. Bonner, T.
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er-ry, B. a oba, . ' er, . ai ey, S. Stevens, .
Vaughn. C. Buckland, D. Walling, R. Crowley, B. Nlowrer,
Bottom Flow-Fl. Whitney, D. VVaIling, M. Taylor. D. Mel-
lott, V. Thompson. L. Dittrnar, J. NlcNeely. G. Edick.
There have been many sophomores prominent in
Top Photo: Top Row-R. Yensen, K. Gerrish, G. Harris, W.
Brown, S. McClellan, l-l. Anderson, L. Lloyd, C. Miyada.
Second Row-H. Nlinato, B. Jackson, R. Hecathorn, I.
Hiers, M. Storey, M. Shrode, M. Wyers, Mr. Grable. Bot-
tom Row- B. Wells, V. J. Braddy, V. Graham, M. Moss
L. Benny. M. Hinkley. G. Kidder, N. Kesley, Nl. Gage.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-J. McCorkell, A. Mello, H. Rather
D. Deakins, R. Burdsall, L. Jackson, G. Bingo, L. Attridge
J. Descharnps, L. Melendez. Second Row-L. Squires. H.
'N' Arnold, R. Renders, J. Nelson, B. Sutherland, J. Sain, D
Williamson, D. McClintock, C. Parker, G. Mickelwait, J
Whitney. M. Britton. M. Makely. Bottom Row-B. Foord
M. Lynch, B. Ohowell. J. Fitzpatrick, P. Friend, H. Grundy
E. Jeanes. E. Arnold, M. Phillips.
0 Although this was their first year in the New-
,Q port Harbor Mission, the Freshman Class showed
3 that they could be good missionaries. 0 During
Q.. the year, each activity group took it upon them-
selves to present a program for the rest of the
class. The class also sponsored a danee and pre-
sented an assembly to the Student Body.
0 Freshmen not in the picture are William Alford,
Top Photo: Top Row-B. Bose, E. Richardson, J. Droege.
R. Nimmo, F. Sheflin, W. Kanagy. P. l-lall, N, Stafford.
A. Gibson. S. Hirata, E. Rea: Second Row-J. Young, C.
Boone, l-l. Baird, B. Beek, M. Hostetler, M. Davidson, A.
Wheaton. M. Cox. M. Estus, L. Bowden. J. Theuret, Miss
Tully, C. Bassett. Bottom Row-O. Jay. M. Lynch. M. Frye,
M. Davis, D. Sinsley, M. Wild, E. Jeanes, L. Bowden, I
LOWER PHOTO: Top Row-Mr, Andersen, I-l. Honda, C. Mey-
ers, V. Oxarart, T. Spessarcl. Vil. Durston, B. DeSutter. Y.
Ezal-ci. J. Hinesly, J. Hemstreet, J. Vvilsong Second Row-C,
Storing, C. Malloy, B. Lester. A. Munzig. R, Lcsnick. D. Dot-
son. .i. Stinson, F. Young, R. Clemons. J. Mead F. Wells:
Bottom Row-i. Madison, E. Marshall. C. Phoenix, M. Arm-
strong. M. Karlson, K. Murphey, V. Graves, G. Priest.
Virginia Armstrong, Evelyn Bright, Betty Bron-
ston, Jack Croughan, Carol Hansen, Jim Hehn,
Irene Johnson, Caroline Lan Franco, John Robert
Lehmann, Marty Lumel, Grace McGehey, Tom
Melin, Patricia Monahan, Virginia Rossier, Hoxie
Smith, Sophia Strother, Dorothy Strunk, Ger-
trude Vyagar, James Wild, Alice Winterbourne,
'THE LEGEND OF SAN GABRIEL
A sacred and beautiful legend
Of holiness proven supreme
Surrounds the majestic old mission,
San Gabrielg and it would seem
'That the angels themselves had descended
To bless with their radiance the ground
Where the face of the beautiful Virg'n,
Piety in pagans had found.
While crossing the River San M"giiel
fNear which this old mission now standsj
The good padres, to their great horror,
Wer'e surrounded by wild Indian bands.
Then one of the Friars, quiclgfthinlqfng,
Undertoolq to avert an attack
By flashing a bright colored banner
Past their curious eyesg and for lack
Of anything brighter, he caught up
A banner whose surface was blessed
Vv'ith the face of Our Lady of Sorrows,
And the thrill can scarce here be expressed
Of those patient, longfsuffering padres,
At the sight that their eyes then beheld!
For the pagans dropped slowly their weapons,
And the fire in their eyes slowly quelledq
And then came! the climax-two chieftains
The proudest of all, knelt down-
And offered their wealths of wampum,
In tribute to the Holy Crown!
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Betty Raymond -
Hugh Bement -
Betty Lou Osgood
King Joslyn -
Miss Perry - -
- - Editor
- Business Manager
- - Art Editor
ant Business Manager
- - Literary
- - Clubs
- Girls' Sports
- - Clubs
- - - Classes
- - Boys' Sports
Assistant Art Editor
- - - Features
- - - Classes
3 "Dulcy," a three-act comedy by George Kauf-
man and Marc Connelly, was presented in the
high school auditorium, December 11, 1936. In
this sparkling Comedy Duley is a feather-brained
young matron, who, as her harass
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ed husband ob-
well, but just doesn't stop to think."
- Pat Waldron
- King' Joslyn
- Robert lloko
dolph Frim1's delightful operetta, "The Fireflyj
on February 15. The story relates the exciting ad-
ventures of a little gypsy girl, disguised as a bov.
Maxine Hoffman, as Nina, did a remarkable job of
fooling everybody as to her identity, and Steve
Smith as Jack Travers portrayed her admiring
sweetheart. Donald Truax as "Uncle," and Ger-
aldine Perry as Geraldine Van Dare, played the
other two romantic leads. The comedy leads were
played by King Joslyn and Dolores Ortberg. Fran-
ces Mason Was Mrs. 'Van Dare and Richard Briggs
was Jenkins, the English valet. Tony Colombo was
played by Irene Hiers, and Herr Franz, the jolly
German choirmaster, by Elwood Beatty.
Harbor's musical organizations produced Ru-
wall Q my
YS' GLEE CLUB: Top Row-F, Tlieuret. NV. Collins, R.
Johiislfm, H. Cottle, H. Si-ovel, W. Kelly, F, Spessard, E.
Beatty, D. VV7llllll,t,'. Second Row-Miss Hiehsvh, D. lVI:u'key.
A. Dixon. R. Crowley, R. Hoke, D. Truzix, J. Freiirli.
Bottom Row-P. Storing. L. Melemlez, R. Ban-ou. R. Curlsoii.
E. Wiilke-r, D. Dyer, A, Mf'll1v, K. Josylii, R. Briggs.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB: Top Row -V. Grziliuni, L. Bowden. B.
Osgimrl, E. Suiu, L, Aslimfiii, .I. Mrliitosli, M. Estus, V.
Hall, B. D1-Wolf:-, H. I.ro4,lg4e, M. Dzivimisoil, II. Gruiuly.
Second Flow- fl. iliers, M. Sliroiiv, M, M1'Cuv. D. XrVPl1lXVHl'lll.
L. W1-iitworili, J. Hailey, R. Soulv, N. Kelsey, J. Sziiu. B.
VJ Ohowell. M. Phillips. J. Tl1FllI'l'l, I. Urlisner, Miss Hiehsvh.
FQ Third Flow- M. Hinkley. L. I-If-iiiiy. M. Iloffmziii, V. Mvliilee.
E. VV:illu-r, F. Mnsoii. lv. UI'llrPI'3.f. R, King. G. Perry. Bot'
Y' tom Row - O. .I:iy. M, Tziylor, D. Boiialinul. R. VVilsou. L,
f" I-Iowdf-ii, L. l-Imveli-ii, J. We-iitwoi'tl'i. A. Hruwni.
0 Events in which the boys' and girls' glee clubs
S3 have taken part are the operefta, The Music Fes-
tivzil and two music assemblies, the last oi' these
zissomhlios being directed principally hy tho slu-
flonfs. Ilzirlmor is pai'tic'ularly proud ol' Richziril
Briggs, who sung El solo at the Orange County
Music' Feslivzil in May.
Sextette: M. Hoffman, B. Dodge, V Hi Q H19-li
Ortberg. G, Perry, J. Wentworth
ORCHESTRA: Top Row-Miss Hiebsch Cunnin iim
lm-Cue. I. Hallamore. Second Row E T1 xx ei M st mba-rw
R. Nelson. D. Dyer, A. Sherry, all ex Sim n
Bottom Row-C. Beecher, G. Smith R Ninim v V Hall
R. Isaac, E. Howe.
0 The blending harmony of the girls' sextette has
made it an attractive part of the music depart-
ment. Their activities include music assemblies.
exchange assemblies, P.-T. A. meetings and many
6 The orchestra provides entertainment at music
assemblies, operettas, school plays, and P.-T. A.
programs, and takes part in the Orange County
music festival each year. 0 Other than regular
orchestra work, the orchestra studies composers,
musical instruments, and sound and tone quality.
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0 Very few know the work entailed in getting
our Beacon to press. The lack of time, the
spectre of a dead-line always ahead, and other
worries have made this rather a difficult job.
But, through it all, the paper has kept its
same high standard of thought and fair play.
0 To Virginia Sweetman, the editor, and Marilyn
Foltz, the managing editor, a lot of praise should
be given for the Beacon's high editorial tone.
0 Mary Elizabeth Grupe, with her clever car-
toons, Bob Simon and his articles on student gov-
ernment, Myrtle Dixon and Richard Briggs ably
handling the girls' and boys' sports respectively,
Virginia Eighmey reporting activities, King Jos-
lyn reporting features and Dorothy Gabriel with
her exchanges all deserve Commendation for re-
porting the special features of the Beacon.
GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET: Top Row-M. DeSutte1'. V. Sweet-
man. D. Dickey. D. Quinn. J. VVentwnrth. Miss Pickrell.
Bottom Row-D. Wentworth. L. Wentworth. B. Lamberton.
J. Croughan. M. M. VVinterbourne.
TRI-Y CLUB: Top Flow-Miss Pickrell, V, Sweetman, M.
Foltz, B. Rogers, D, Gabriel, R. Hayden. M. Adams. Bot-
tom Row4J. Lugo. A. Sparkes. D. Dickey. B, Lambertou.
M. M. VVinterbourne, J. VVentworth. M. Sparkes.
0 The Girls' League sponsored the annual Welfare
drive, followed by the "Big and Little Sister" party.
Members of the cabinet attended an enjoyable
spring convention of Girls, Leagues at Pomona.
Using flowers and May poles as a spring theme.
the girls gave the Mothers' Tea in the patio on
0 A Spring Fashion Show was conceded to be
the most outstanding of the Tri-Y activities. Dur-
ing the year members contributed to the Red
Cross relief fund, and enjoyed trips to Irvine Park.
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TOP PHOTO: Top RowAMr. Reed. C. Burliiigaine. B. Boyd.
O. Lloyd. R, Cimwlejv. T. Grupe. S. Honda. Bottom Row-
H. XViiitei-hourne. F. Theuret. XV. Laiigford. E. Simon. YV.
Flint. B. Duarte,
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Flow-Mr, Reed. XY. Tollins. L. Ab-
rains, VV. Kelly, H, Bement. F. Spessard. C. Attridge. Bot-
tom Row-R. Irwin. G. Thompson. R. H-flee. R. Carlson.
M. Joi'-laii. B Haun. R. MvClellan.
0 The Sophomore X Club organized a hall squad
to receive visitors and be of general assistance to
the office. They sold streamers during football
season and helped the Hi-Y put on the Athletic
0 Among the projects carried on by the Hi-Y this
year were the organization of the Freshman-Soph-
omore War-Whoop, the arranging of indoor sports
for noon revreation, the formation of a "Leisure
Society." and the sponsoring of Orange League
Novice Track meet.
TOP PHOTO: Top Flow-B, Dodge. D. Mellott. L. Bowden,
C. Brooks. T, Rischarnl. H. Bement. J. Stanbery. E. Honimel.
E. Moeller. E, Fitzpatrick, B. Simon, A, Gibson. E. L.
Huffine. Second Row--Miss Perry. H. Baird. G. Bingo.
G. Edick, V. Eighiney, M. Phillips, M. Davidson, V. Gan-
ahl, A. Bacon. B. Beek. J. Young, E. Rea. Bottom Row-
N. Kelsey, M. Hinkley, E. L. Young, F. Young, B. Lamb-
erton. M. McClintock, S. Hirata. Y. Honda. L. Dittmar.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Flow-E. Howe. G. Wallace. F. Bock-
us. R, Isaac. L. Ashrnan, W, Boykin. J. McAlary, L. Neil-
sen, V. Ganahl. M. DeSutter, E. L. Huffine. Second Row-
F. Perrin, M, Foltz, M. Hoffman, L. Van de Walker, B.
DeWolfe. N. Britton, E. Randel, R. King. B, Soule. JL Orr.
M. Sharman, M. Cox, Miss Bill. Bottom Flow-V. Mclntee.
M. Davis, M. Horner, G. Sweetman, J. Simmons. F. Ino-
kuchi. B. Raymond, E, Rucker.
0 At Christmas time the Scholarship Society pre-
sented an original one-act play. On April 22 the
club Visited the University of Southern California
and Exposition Park in Los Angeles.
0 Miss Bill, the sponsor of the Handicraft Club.
undertook the enormous task of teaching sixty
girls the essentials of crocheting, embroidery, and
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TOP PHOTO: Top Row-H. Mikasa. C. Brooks. A. Miller. R.
Nelswn. G. Fuller. A. Boehm. G. Smith. Second Row-B.
Z ..I:itolu1, B. Sirnon, R. Meyer. R. Friend. C. Atridse. H.
Kidder S. Honda. Mr. Trine. Bottom Row-M. Gibslln. H.
Lishtor. B. Lanilnerton, L. Dittinar. M. Mifliiitoi-k. XV.
VVHI-lllioiise, Ted Risvhard. J. Genieinhardt.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Flow-J. Oni'-ri. Y. Yzinianii. C. Gage.
B. St. Clair. H. Davis. H. Bement. F. Spessard. C. Phoe-
nix. Ll. Bremer. R. MvClellzin. M. Jordan. Second Row-
Nlr H'sinl+'iJt B lthnt-n M 'NI XVit li '
, . . . . . . 1 s w . . i . n er onriie. J. Hinesly.
M. Myrehn. V. Eiglnney, M. Cox, P. KVilkins. E. Lil-teller.
I-Z. Fitzpaitrivk. H. Swivel. J. Vogel. H. Blowing. Bottom
Flow-VE. Flint. M. Davis, S. Hirzita. Y. Ganahl. L Niols.-n.
F. Inokui-hi. H. Honda. Y. Honda. B. Rogers.
0 The Math Club studies instruments used in
surveying and navigation. 0 They have had
the use of two surveyors' transits. a plane table.
hubhlo sextant and home-niade instruinonts.
0 In the spring the Natural History Club tooli
a trip down to the Balboa Park in San Diego.
Members contributed valuable additions to the
TOP PHOTO: Top Row-C. Brooks. C. Gage. R. Hirtler. A.
Sherry, R. Nelson. B. Schueller. L. Lighter. Mr, Worden,
Bottom Flow--G. Smith, A. Bonner, B, Matoba. A. Boehm.
V. Orr. S. Ikeda, S. Yamanii.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-E. J. Allen, E. Schneeweis. R.
Crowley. R. Thompson. M. Coe. G. Lumel, L. Ashman. B.
Boyd. G. Sihilling, Second Flow-Miss Anderson, J. McAlary.
D. Mellott, M. Sliarman, F. Higuera. D. Mitchell, B. Ray-
mond. R. King. R. Irwin, R. Hoke, F. Moore. Bottom Row-
F. Perrin, S. Stevens. F. Song, E. Sain, L, Salkeld, J.
Groughan, V. J, XVillits. G. Edick. M. Kurihara.
0 Many pleasant hours were spent by this year's
Aviation Club in studying aeroplanes and their
0 This year's Adventurers' Club spent many in-
teresting hours traveling in foreign countries on
the Wings of imagination. The main activity of
the club was reading the book "The Royal Road
to Romance," and discussion thereon. The mem-
bers also took a trip to Olvera Street. the bit of
Old Mexico in Los Angeles.
TOP PHOTO: Top Flow-Mr. Haniblet. M. .JAo1'rlnii. R. McClel-
lan. E. Flint. E. Moeller. C. Phoenix. A. Olnistead. D. A.
Davis. V. Cunningliurn, B. L. St. Clair. Bottom Row-C.
Milburn. R. Friend. B. Boyd. J. Cabzaiine. H. Cottle. C.
But-klztnd. L. Pulgencio.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-K. Blairkney. F. Ortego. V. Hall.
D. Priest. R. Johnston. M. Mifue. M. Stainberv. B. Brown.
M. Etlick. Second Flow-A. Bonner. C. Burlinguine. Y. Orr.
J. Lo-lkwood. P. XV:iltli'oii. G. Breinvr, R. Isaac. S. Halla-
inoie. E. L. Young. MV. lVoi'den. Bottom Row-N. Britton.
Z Ig. Rilnrlvl. M. Horner. X. Sweetinan. M. Sparkes, J. Orr.
5. S H. st-tilt-. B. De wt-ire. D. xwmwm-til.
,Q QQ 0 Under the leadership of Mr. Hamblet, Harbors
Q mighty yeomen learned much Concerning the
3 ancient art of archery. They sponsored many Con-
D tests and had great sport shooting for prizes of
arrows and ice Cream.
0 This year's Camera Club touched upon such
subjects as plain snapshots, developing of pic-
tures, candid photography. enlarging and many
other branches of "eainerology."
TOP PHOTO: Top ROWJM. Moss. V. Tlionipsnn, B. Miller,
D. Quinn. Miss Patterson Bottom ROWPS. Hirata, M.
Strunk. E. Rucker. H. Honda, J. Orr.
BOTTOM PHOTO: ..Top Row-H. Moore, R. Horner, B. Boyd.
M. Coe. H. Bement, F. Spessard. H. Scovel. G. Lumel, D.
Mackey. Second Row-B. Mowrer, P. Vaughn. K. Joslyn.
D, Deschamps, E. Fitzpatrick, B. Dodge. M. McClintock. E.
Schneeweis. G. Omori. Mr. Trine. Bottom RowfR. Bri S.
F. Moore, J. Gemeinhardt. C. Burlingame. R. Johnston.
Johnson, T. Rischard, A. Dixon.
0 As a sturdy staff aided the padres on their long
journeys from mission to mission, so does the
Library Staff attempt to help the seekers after
knowledge. They see that all books are checked
accurately and magazines and pamphlets are filed
and shelved in their proper places.
0 All the people in the Liars' Club aren't liars:
they are merely big story tellers. The members
find in some newspaper or magazine a far-fetched
story and reproduce it.
TCP PHOTO--V. Cunningliziin. D. A. Davis, P. Miller. E. Rack-
er, Miss Patterson, C. Mun.z, F, Boeliiis. G. XV:illace. E Sain.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row--G. Sihilling, F. Higiiera, M.
Stanbu-ry, M, McCue. M. Edit-lc, M. Strunk. Second Row-
B. Brown, lVl, Korse, V. Hall. C. Muniz. E. .l. Allen. L.
Dittmair. Miss Anderson. Bottom Row-J. Croiighzin, IC, Gill.
D. XfVPlllNV4il'lll, G. Edit-lc, L. Siilkeld, E. Sain. L. XXv9IllNYU1'lll.
0 The main activity of the Library Club is the
study of books. During the year they had many
talks presented by local librarians and writers,
sponsored a school book plate contest, and placed
a copy of the winning plate in every book in the
library, They also presented a very interesting
school dance to which the members came dressed
0 One of Harbor's newest organizations, the
Spanish Club, was very active this year. Under
the direction of Miss Anderson the members pre-
sented llarbor's first fiesta.
TOP PHOTO: Top Row-A. Dixon, R. Hirtler. R. McDonald.
C. Buckland. F. Miller. C. Mclntee. Bottom Row4L. Pul-
gencio H. Cottle, A. Christen. J. Dulaney. P. Vvalriz-on.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Rowfl Dulaney. P. Vaughn, H. Davis.
H, Bement. A. Sherry T. Spessard. Second Row-Mr, Park-
er. A. Christen. B. DeSutter. R. Miller. H. Boyd. J. Nelson.
G. Bingo. P. Hall. Bottom Row4R. Winterbourne. H.
goore, R. Niinnio. G. Oniori. A, Gibson. J. H. Young. C.
0 Harbor now boasts of about fifteen diligent
followers of Isaac Walton. Although newly or-
ganized this year, the Fisherrnen's Club has had
enthusiastic discussions on the art and science of
0 Activities of the F. F. A. include such interest-
ing projects as cattle judging contests and pre-
paring exhibitions for fairs. 0 Each one
of the boys has a project for which he has to keep
an accurate account of all his output and income.
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TOP PHOTO: Top Row-L. Marshall. G. Hill, F. Swanson.
T. Andrews. R. Meyer. J. Dulaney. B. Dickey. XV. Flint.
Bottom Flow-Mr. Rea. J. Vogel. K. Kesel. B. Adams, H.
Hill, H. Lesnivk, J. Stunbery.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-W. Tait. L. Jolnison, D. Des-
vhanips. VV. Boykin, M. Hoffman, B. Osg-wel, F. Swingle.
Miss Lahti. Bottom Row-E, L. Huffine. M. Marksbury.
J. Lugo. G. Sweetman. J. Simmons. C, Baird. R. Miller,
0 The Radio Club was organized for the purpose
of studying the theory of radio and those problems
that arise in the making of sending and receiving
sets. 0 The study of Code was taken up along
with the regulations regarding licenses.
0 Interested in the history and development oi'
art as a future profession or hobby. the Daubers'
Club, another introduced to Harbor this year, has
worked on book-ends and made sketches of out-
TOP PHOTO: Top Row--C. Beecher. J. Genieinhardt. M. My-
Tehllt I- BF352 J. Hinesly. E, Nl.Pi1IIl21ll. H. Honda. Mr, '1h-'-nip-
son. Bottom Rowe-M, Kurihara, K. Blackney. M. Marks-
bury. F. Ortego. M. VVallace. F. Swingle. S, Hirata,
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-D. Ortberg. C, Beecher. R.
Briggs. K. Joslyn, F. Mason, D, VValling. M. Taylor. Miss
Tully. Bottom Row-L. Wentworth. S. Harden. V. Mc-
iiitee. A. Sparkes, V. Thompson. E. Gill. D. Dickey. B.
0 This year's Commercial Club, sponsored by Mr.
Thompson, goes down among those ranking high-
est in service to the school. They sponsored the
school dance at Christmas time, edited and pub-
lished a very excellent magazine, 'tThe Com-
mercial Crier," and made plans for establish-
ing Harbor's first unemployment agency.
0 Masque and Foil members spent much time in
discussing the theatre and actors. but their main
activity was laying the foundation for a verse
TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. DeSutter. I. Fucht. Mrs. Car-
michael, H. Kidder. J. VVild. C. Arnold. Bottom Row-R.
Miller. L. Salkeld, Mr. Rea. E. Gill. S. Attridge.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row--Miss Pit-krell. J. Orr, F. Ortego.
M. Mr-Cliiitock, W. Boykin. E, J, Allen. D. Gardiier. G.
Siliilling. Bottom Row-J, Croughan. E, Gill. D. Dickey.
A. Sparkes. J. Lugo, B, Lumberton.
0 Orchids to this year's cafeteria staff. not only
for their excellent menus, both in quality and in
quantity, but also for their unexcelled service.
With "Full Stomachs for Harbor" as their motto
and Mr. tliagle Eye? Rea as cashier they had an
almost successful year.
0 Under the direction of Miss Pickrell, the usher-
ettes welcomed patrons to the school at both the
play and the operetta. This group, composed en-
tirely of junior girls, spends most of its time learn-
ing etiquette in ushering.
TOP PHOTO: Top Row-R. Hoke. C. Buckland. F. Spessard.
W. Langford, A. Dixon. Bottom Flow-G, Thompson, W.
Kelly. H. Bement, E. Simon.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-A. Hartman. R, Messing, E.
George. B. Sharman, A. Hamblet, H. Robinson. Bottom
1I2p1l1:3fA. Phoenix, F. Stieve, B. Frink, J. Rollins, A. Wick-
0 Projects of the school's electricians include the
working of the stage lights and running the pro-
jection camera. Both groups of fellows have been
of much assistance to the school. 0 Much hard
work was spent practicing with the lights be-
fore the school play and operetta.
0 Another important group of workers at Harbor
High is the janitors. They take much pride in
keeping the buildings and grounds clean and at-
tractive. The caretakers spend many hours at
Work before and after school to make Newport
Harbor a fine place in which to learn.
THE FOUNDING OF SAN ANTONIO
Set deep in the heart of Los Robles,
In a beautiful valley I lqnowi
Mission San Antonio de Padua
Stands, and the tall trees that grow,
Spreading their vast oalgen branches
In leafy abundance o'erhead,
Dream still, in the warm, drowsy sunlight,
Of people and times that are dead,
Of that day in a long-ago summer,
Wlhen, o'er the vast flowerfstrewn plain,
The horses and soldiers and padres
In that .strange long caravan came.
And one padre, whose face was more kindly,
And whose voice was the sweetest of all,
To the nearest oalqfbranch hung a church-bell,
And sent out a triumphant call:
'AO come, all ye gentiles, and worship
At this shrine of the Lord in the vale!"
His followers stared in amazement,
For here no church should they hail?
Their goal was still many miles distant.
But Friar Serras face was sereneg
For lol advancing, attracted
By the bells call, an Indian was seen!
And the oaks of San Antonio remember
I-low the beautiful mission grew .....
Oh, come, dream and drowse with the oak trees,
And theyll tell the tale to you!
-Elsie Lee Huffinc
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COACHES: Nlr. Andersen, Nlr. Trine, Nlr. Parker, Nlr. Heed, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Hamblet.
0 As years pass by, the Harbor "Sport Worldn
adds more and more to its record and facilities.
There were two new coaches added to the staff
this year, and Harbor also acquired a lot of very
good equipment. At least one championship has
been won by one of the three divisions in one ra
of the many sports in each year of the school's Q
existence. This is due to the good sportsmanship S3
here at Harbor, and the leadership of good CW
coaches. 0 The coaching staff is headed by Mr. :fd
Reed, who coaches all the gym classes and var- 9,
sity football and baseball and all divisions of track
and swimming. Mr. Trine has pulled the Bee foot-
ball squad to a championship and the Varsity
basketball team a long way this year. Mr. Ham-
blet coaches the Bee basketball and the tennis
teams. Mr. Thompson coaches baseball, Mr. An-
dersen assists in basketball, and Mr. Parker
coaches the Cee football.
TOP ROW-W. Woodhouse, C. Brooks, E. Hanson, R. Johnston, B. Dickey, E.. Simon,
L. Pulgencio, B. Simon, VV. Jones, B. Haun. Second Row-Mr. Reed, A. Dixon, J.
Dulaney. C. Attridge, C. Phoenix, P. Vaughn, C. Buckland, H. Davis, G. Bremer, H,
Rather, R. Johnson, F. Spessard. Bottom RowAH. Scovel, H. Boyd. W. Kelly, E.
Beatty, B. Griffin, R. Irwin, A. Nirenberg, M. Coe, R. Hoke.
0 Considering the calibre of the Orange Major
League competition this season, Harbor's Varsity
had a fairly successful season. With the lightest
team in Harbor Hi's history, and relying upon
speed and passes for their offense, the Sailors
Won three and lost three for a .500 percentage.
0 Against the league champion Orange team, the
Sailors played excellent football and maintained
the lead until three minutes before the final gun,
only to lose by a long pass. 0 The following are
the season's scores: Harbor 13, Claremont O, Har-
bor 32, Capistrano 0, Harbor O, Huntington Beach
13, Harbor O, Anaheim 19, Harbor 7, Orange 13,
Harbor 13, Garden Grove 6, Harbor 65, Oppon-
0 The following boys were outstanding during
the pigskin season: Walt Kelly, All County End:
Ralph Irwin at guard, E. Simon at tackle, who
incidently won the varsity "Heads Up Tourney"
this year, E. Beatty at Fullback, Harold Scovel at
guard, and Harold Boyd, 129 lb. center, who made
the Orange County All Star second team.
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TOP PHOTO: Top Flow-C. Burlingame, V. Orr, L. Marshall.
C. Meyers. B. Janes. A. Boehm. G. Fuller, R. Crowley. H.
Lighter. S. Honda. Second Row4G. Omori, R. Mi-Clellan,
F. Miller. R. Boyd. W. Boyd, G. Thompson, H. Mikasa.
B. Matoba. Mr Trine. Bottom Row-W. Flint. R. Sheflin.
G. Lumel, R. Carlson, G. Phillips. F. Sheflin. W. Collins.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-G. Mickelwait. G. Smith. S. Mc-
Clellan. J. Hinesly, M. Luniel, E. Richardson. VV. Brown.
J. Whitney, E. Schneeweis. L. Attridge. Mr. Parker. Bot-
tom Row4J. McCorkell. R. Winterbourne, N. Stafford. M,
Jordan. Y. Ezaki, H. Anderson, L. Lloyd, J. Droege. E. Rea.
0 The Bee team brought home the first football
championship cup in the history of Harbor Hi
football. 0 Having a hard hitting line and a fast
back field, the Tars mowed down all opponents
that came in their way. They Won the major
league by beating Anaheim, and next belittled
Tustin to Win the league championship. Rollo Mc-
Clellan Was the outstanding star of the B team.
accounting for most of the points by his hard hit-
ting at quarterback.
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TOP PHOTO: Top Row-V-P. Vauehn. C, Brooks. XY. Flint C.
.-Xttriclge. C. Bu--l-tland. J. Duxlaney. E. Simon. Mr. Tiiine
Bottom Row-XY, XX'--odliouse. L. P11lg'eiieio, C. Phoenix
XT. Kelly, R Irwin. H. Bowl, H. Hill.
EOTTOM PHOTO: Top? Fiowfilr. Hamhlet. R Duarte. M. Sin-
nott, B. Neville, XX. Lollius. C, Meyers. Bottom Row-R.
Mt-Clellan. ll. Thompson, G. Lumel. R. Carlson. C. .ililhurir
F Shetlin. Y. Ezaki
0 This years basketball team had a fairly sue-
Cessful season. They started strong by defeat-
ing Huntington Beach in the opening game but
seemed to have tough luek the rest of the season.
0 Seasons results: Harbor 14. Excelsior Sl: Har-
hor QT. Huntington Beach 261 Harbor 39. Anaheim
533 Harbor 1-4, Orange R41 Harbor 33, Laguna QS:
Harhor Sill. Garden Grove Ill. 0 Kelly was Har-
hor :N outstanding haskethall star. winning all
eoumy honors as high point man and a member
ot' the all star team.
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TOP PHOTO: Top Row-L. Pulgencio. E, Simon. C. Attridge.
C. Buckland. M. Coe. B. Simon. O. Lloyd. H. Scovel. Second
Row-K. Kesel. S. Smith. H. Boyd. F. Spessard. VV. Kelly.
H. Bement. R. Irwin, J, Lockwood. Coach Reed. Bottom
Row-W. Woodhouse, G. Thompson, R. Mc-Clellan, B. Haun.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Flow-R. Carlson. A. Boehm, B. Adams.
A. Sherry, G. Fuller, B. Janes. B. Sheflin, Second Row-
S. Yamami. G. Hill, J. Gemeinhardt. D. Priest. C. Vuc-ich.
VV. Collins. J. Montapert, Bottom Row-R, Hoke. R. Crow-
ley. W. Woodhouse, B. Haun. R. McClellan. G. Lumel. G.
0 For the first time in the history of Harbors
Marinero's track did one of the teams fail to bring
home a championship cup. They won the county
novice track meet held on their own field and
Won all but two of the dual meets. 0 The Bee
trackmen started the season strong by defeating
Huntington Beach and Orange, the strongest of
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TOP PHOTO: Top Row-G. Miyada. Y. Ezaki. J. XVilson. XV.
Langford. W. Brown. C. Milburn. S. Ikeda. G. Mickelwuit.
Second Row--S. Ml-Clellan. J. Keeler. N. Stafford. B. XVaters.
B. Duarte. R. Lesnirk. E. Ss-hneeweis, S. Honda. Bottom
ROWSL. Jackson, S. Yamaini, B. DeSutter. R. Bacon. T.
Montapert. T. Andrews.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row--B. Beeli. Y. Ezzlki. XV. Durston.
F. Sheflin. B. Dickey. B. Boyd. O. Lloyd. J. Hinesly. Mr.
Tlionifnson. Second Row-E. Schneeweis. M. Jordan. G.
Lume. W. Kelly. R. Carlson. L. Pulgencio. J. Lockwood.
R. Irwin. Bottom Row-VV. Flint. B. Duarte. T. lklontapert.
J. XVilson, M. Luinel . C.lVIilburn.
0 The Cee Track team won third place in the
county. The squad showed a promising team for
0 Starting the season without a chucker Har-
bor's baseball team lost the first three games, but
after discovering Junior Wilson they finished the
rest of the season undefeated.
0 One of the unique features of Newport Harbor Union High School is
the Wide variety of minor sports offered for its students. Through the year,
interclass and intramural leagues are in session, and tournaments of all
sorts are held to determine champions in these activities. 0 At thc
Annual Athletic Carnival, and during the spring interclass sports week.
most of the contests are held, so that even the boys who are out for thc
major sports may take part in the minor ones. 0 Champions of the past
season are as follows:
Boxing Events: Champ
Under 160 lbs. M. Coe
Under 145 lbs. D. Williamson
Under 130 lbs. E. Barret
Under 115 lbs. M. Jordan
Under 100 lbs. S. McClellan
Wrestling R. Irwin
Tumbling R, Winterbourne
Log Riding D. McClintock
Foul Shooting W. Kelly
Ping Pong M. Lumel
Class A O. Lloyd 1313
Class B Y. Yamami 1263
Class C S. Ikeda 1263
Rope Climb H. Scovel 17.23
Obstacle Relay C
lass of 1938
H. Bement 1263
B. Haun 1243
G. Mickelwait 1243
L. Marshall 19.23
Class of 1937
Award Requirements-10 points 1felt emblem3, 15 points 1chenille3
Minor Sports Lettermen are H. Scovel, S. McClellan, E. Schneeweis
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0 This year's tennis team had good players with
a lot of strong competition, Craig Phoenix plac-
ing third in the County meet.
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Barrel Tipping Contest Ping-Pong T c t T bling Exhibit
0 Fifteen hundred spectators and participants
packed the gym. 0 The evenings guest artists
were the Los Angeles Turnverein Germania.
Whose team of 36 gymnasts thrilled the audience
with drills, and work upon the bars, rings and
horse. 0 Other events were the annual
boxing championships, ping pong championships,
rope climbing contest, Alaskan barrel tipping con-
test, thirty yard stilt sprint, the Junior-Senior bas-
ketball championship, the community volleyball
league championship game, the girls' drill team
exhibition, annual log riding relays, tumbling
and springboard exhibition by the boys gym class-
es, Wrestling championship match and finals of
the annual foul shooting tourney.
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G.A.A. BOARD: Miss Pickrell, J. Lugo. E. Gill. B. Rogers. F.
Mason. M. Sharman, E. Howe. L, Wentworth. D. Went-
worth. M. Sparkes.
0 The jovial gatherings at the old ranchos were
made gay for the young dons with contests of
skill. Today not only the dons but the donas of
Harbor Mission are trained to enjoy such activi-
ties. 0 Officers of the G. A. A. are as follows:
President, Maxine Sparkes, Vice-President, Juan-
ita Lugo, Secretary, Barbra Rogers, Treasurer
jj Marjory Sharman. The managers are: Basket-
5- ball, Doris Wentworth, Volleyball, Ellen Howe,
ggi Hockey, Loreen Wentworth, Baseball, Frances
C,-5 Mason, Tennis, Ethel Gill: Badminton, Myrtle Dix-
on. The high point winner for the year 1936-37
'NVD was Maxine Sparkes with the score of 27 points.
T: Those who received G. A. A. monograms were
Jean Croughan, Jean Cabanne, Lois Dittmar, Bet-
,J ty Dodge, Gladys Edick, Ruth Hayden, Louise
Salkeld, Gwen Sweetman, Virginia Thompson,
Verna Jean Willits, Mary Strunk, Joyce Orr, Ed-
na Alice Miller, Shirley Attridge, Margaret
Thompson, Frances Inokuchi and Christine Phoe-
nix. Those who received a chenille were Margaret
Davis, Myrtle Dixon, Ethel Gill, Juanita Lugo,
Ellen Howe, Dorothy Dickey, Maureen McClin-
tock, Barbra Rogers, Alberta Sparks, Loreen
Wentworth and Mae Margaret Winterbourne.
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TOP PHOTO: Top Row-F. Young. B. Randall, M. Moss, M.
VVyers. B. Miller, M. Stinson. M. Davidson, B. DeWo1fe.
G. Van De Walker. Second Row-Miss Pickrell. L. Dittmar.
V. Cunningham. V. J. Willits, E. A. Miller. G. Lorton, G.
Sweetman. S. Attridge, M. Phillips, L. Bowden, M. Hostetler,
Bottom RowwJ. Cabanne. V. Thompson. L. Salkeld. H.
Grundy. G. Edick, E. Sain, C. Phoenix, J. Sain. M. Cox.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-D. Wentworth. L. Wentworth. M.
Stanbery. M. McCue. L. Ashman, M. Myrelin. V. Hall. E.
Howe, J. Orr, M. Edick. Second Row-F. Swingle, M. Wal-
lace, M. Sharman. D. Dickey. B. Rogers. M. McClintock, 'J
V. Sweetman, W. Boykin, G. Sihilling, M. Korse, B. Brown.
M. Sparkes. Miss Pickrell. Bottom Row-M. M. Winter- '
bourne. F. Inokuchi. E. Gill. J. Croughan. M. Foltz. J. Lugo.
A. Sparkes. B. Lamberton.
0 Basketball was unusually successful, the girls
being eager to play after the long vacation. The
seniors were the inter-class champs. At Sports
Day games held in Fullerton, the seniors lost to
Huntington Beach 14-18, the juniors lost to
Orange 5-19 and the sophomores lost to Fullerton
7-24. The only team to bring home the "bacon"
were the freshmen, who defeated Laguna 20-15.
TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. Davis. M. M. VVinterbourne. B.
Rogers, M. Myrehn, M. Stanbery, L. Ashrnan, E. Howe.
B. Brown. J. Orr. M. Edick. Second Row-L. Wentworth.
M. Sliarman. G. Sihilling. M. Mc'ClintuCk. M. Mc'Cue. V.
Sweetnian. M. Foltz. W. Boykin. B. Johnston. M. Sparkes.
Miss Pic-krell. Bottom Row-B. Lamberton. J. Crouihan.
E. Gill. D. Wentworth. R. Hayden. D. Divkey. J. ugo,
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-L. Dittniar. F. Young. B. Ran-
ch-ll. M. VVyers. M. Stinson. D. Williamson. M. Cox. G.
Erlii-k. V. J. Willits, B. Foorfi. G. Van De VValker. Second
Rowe-R. Miller. J. Cahanne. P. VVilken. D. Mellott. J.
MvAlarv. G. Lorton. L. Van De Walker. L. Bowden. M.
Moss. M. Davidson. G. Sweetman. Miss Pickrell. Bottom
Row-H. Grundy. E. A. Miller. S. Attridge. V. Thompson.
B. Sutlierlami, P. Miller. E. Sain. L. Salkelci. J. Sain. C.
0 Volleyball season was intensely interesting
many girls Coming out because they liked it. The
inter-class Champions were the juniors. This year
the Sports Day was held at Santa Ana, where the
seniors won an easy victory over Huntington
TOP' PHOTO: Ton Row-F. Young. C. Phoenix, B, Dyckman,
M. Cox, M. Wyers, M. Armstrong, M. Davis, L. Salkeld.
Miss Pickrell. Second Row-C. Baird, P, Miller. R, Miller,
V. Thompson, G. Sweetman, J. Cabanne, B. Sutherland, H.
Grundy, E. Marshall, J. Sain, L. Dittmar, B. Bronston,
Bottom Row-P. Palmer, J. McNeely, M. Moss. C, Hanson
A, Winterbourne, M. Hinkley. G. Edick, D. Mellott.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Flow-D. vifentworth, M. Eclick, D.
Gabriel, M. Korse, M. Sharman, M. McCue, W. Boykin, M.
McClintock, M. E. Grupe, R. Hayden, M. Strunk, F. Ino-
kuchi, Miss Pickrell. Second Row-D. Thompson. M.
Sparkes, V. Sweetman, M. Foltz. L. Wentworth, E. Gill.
lvl. Davis, M. Dixon. A. Sparkes. J. Lugo. D. Dickey, Bot-
tom Row-J. Orr, E. Howe, B. Rogers, B. Lamberton. J.
Croughan, K. Blackney.
0 Hockey was a pretty muddy experience this
year. The juniors again were the inter-class
champions. Huntington Beach was hostess for
Sports Day. The seniors, who played Fullerton.
tied a zero score. The juniors drew Anaheim and
lost 0-3. The proud sophomores defeated Ful-
lerton 3-O. The freshmen playing Brea-Olinda
TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. Cox. M. XVyers. F. Young. B,
Dyf-kinan. C. Phoenix. M. Stinson. M. Thonipson. M, Arni-
strung. B. De 'Wolfe M. Davis. L. Siilkeld. Miss Pickrell
Second Row-J. Cabanne. P. Miller. R. Miller. V. Thompson
G. Sweetinun. J. Bailey, H. Gruiidy, E. Marshall. B. Suth-
erlanfl. J, Sain. L. Dittinar. B. Bronston. Bottom Row-
P, Palmer, J. Mm'Neely, M. M1-ss. C. Hanson, A. XYinter-
bourne. M. Hinkley. G. Edit-k. D. Mellott.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-D. XVQ-iitxvortli. L. XVeiitworth.
M. Etiivk. M. K-frse. M. Sharniaii. M. MOCue. V. Hall. E
Gill. B. Laiiilvertoii. M. MrClintwrk. XY. Boykin. H. Hayden
M, Dzivis. M. Murkshury. F. Ortego. M. Strunk. Miss Pick-
rell. Second Row-D. Gabriel. D. Tliunipson. M. Sparkes. V.
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Sparkes. J. Lugo. D. Dirkey. P. XVhitson. K. Blarkney.
Bottom Flow--J. Orr. E. Howe. G. Sihilling. D. Ortberg'
.l. t"rougliui1. M. E. Griipe.
0 Although the last weeks of this school year
were filled with many activities, baseball season
turned out to be one of the most popular sports.
Much interest was shown because baseball Sports
Day was held at Harbor High on May 25 for jun-
iors and seniors and May 27 for sophomores and
TOP PHOTO: Top ROWAL. VVe-ntworth. M. DeSutter. D. Mel-
lott. V. Thompson. M. Thompson, M. McClintock, B. Lamb-
erton, M. Stinson, P. Miller, P. Palmer. D. Wentworth.
Miss Pickrell. Second Row-B. Bronston. M. Sparkes. D.
Gabriel, M. Foltz, B. Rogers, E. Gill, A. Sparkes, J. Lugo,
B. Dyckman, H. Grundy. Third RowfD. Thompson, C.
Phoenix. J. Cabanne. J. Sain. G. Sweetman. M. Dixon. M.
Hinkley. A. Winterbourne. Bottom Row-C. Hanson. J. Orr.
E. Marshall. L. Dittmar.
BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row4L. Wentworth, M. Davis. L.
Dittmar, D. Mellott. P. Palmer, V. Thompson. M. Thomp-
son. E. Gill. B. Lamberton, M. McClintock. P. Miller. R.
Miller, J. Croughan, M. Moss. R. Hayden. D. Wentworth.
Miss Pickrell. Second Row-F. Young. D. Thompson. M.
Sparkes. V. Sweetman. M. Foltz, B. Rogers, M. Dixon.
A. Sparkes. J. Lugo. B. Dyckman. H. Grundy. J. Sain.
Bottom Row-M. Wyers. C. Phoenix, C. Hanson, L. Salkeld.
J. Cabanne. G. Sweetman. D. Dickey. M. Hinkley. A. XV1nter-
0 Those who made the first teams in tennis were
Juanita Lugo, Christine Phoenix, Betty Sutlier-
land, Ethel Gill and Joyce Orr for singles, Maxine
Sparkes, Barbra Rogers, Marilyn Foltz, and Dor-
othy Gabriel for doubles.
THE RUINS OF SAN IUAN
In this once lovely chapel,
-Each alcove empty now-
The grayfclad padres said their mass,
And converts took their vow.
Here many marriages were made,
And many passings mourned-
And here confessions oft were said,
And many a saint adorned.
How well you know, O crudefmade floor,
How oft yoilve heard, O walls of gray,
The rythmic step of priestly feet,
The chanting of the Rosary.
'Twas here the savage red men came,
And, by thy holy splendor awed,
Oheyed the kindly men who taught
Vv'ith gentle word, the will of God.
Dark was the day when thy fair walls
Collapsed in ruin at the feet
Of those whose loving hands had built
Thy edifice, in faith so sweet.
-Elsie Lee Huffine
0 Under the gallant leadership of Mr. Arthur
Worden, the evening adult shop students have
undertaken many interesting projects. There
were fifty-one men and women registered
in the class, which met every Wednes-
day evening from seven to nine. Some
of the lovely work they did is as follows:
Mrs. Hoxie Smith, a knotty pine table: Jean Etta
Wilson, graduate of Harbor, tile top coffee table:
Mit G. C. Kellum, a work bench for his shop at
homeg Mr. Kennel, a lovely bedroom set and patio
furniture, Mrs. Bernice Wright, a cabinet for
heavy aluminum cast ware: Mr. Rank, a flat bot-
tomed kayak, and Mr. Rutter, some attractive
novelty furniture. 0 This school year marks the
tenth milestone of the existence of the evening
adult citizenship class. Mrsg Minnie V. Reid, teach-
er of the class, has sed the Constitution as the
principal text of the class. ,Perhaps twenty nation-
alities from many walks of life, including such
famous people as Bishop P. Wise Clarkson of La-
guna Beach,. Hated minister and world traveler.
have been naturalized from this class. The candi-
dates eligible on June 9th for naturalization are:
Louise Speridiani, Ray Nilson, .Joseph Renders.
Hazel Renders, Ernest' Scovel. Chris Hanson,
Teresa Fleshower. 0 Many adultsltook advan-
tage of the opportunity given in shorthand, book-
keeping, and typing. The class began in the middle
of October, under the direction of Mr. Thompson.
and continued through April. The advanced short-
hand class took dictation at the rate of about!
100-150 words a minute. Some took the course
as a review and others for their first time. 1 Ap-
proximately twenty-five adults were registered in
Miss Bill's sewing class. Some made beautiful
dresses, while others remodeled coats and suits.
0 A large group of men, including several former
Harbor athletes, from the Harbor district availed
themselves of the opportunity to take part in
Coach Reed's night school gym classes. The older
men of the community maintained a volleyball
league throughout the year. During the basketball
season a six-team league was formed and at the
time this goes to print a baseball league is being
started. The men as a whole have benefited great-
ly and have made good use of their leisure time.
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16-Welcome Assembly headed by Luther
18-Annual War Whoop staged amid mud,
Water and lower classmen.
Sept. 23-Assembly presented by the Student So-
16-Football-At Huntington Beach.
28-Music Department Assembly.
4-Assembly by the Library Club.
10-Armistice Day assembly presented by
the Drama Class.
11-Armistice Day, no school.
13-End of the first quarter.
11-"Dulcy," the school play, presented.
18-Christmas Play presented by the Schol-
13-Liquid Air Wonders for assembly.
27-Assembly presented by the Drama Class.
29-End of the first semester.
19-Operetta, "The Firefly," presented.
19-7th Annual Athletic Carnival.
20-Southern Counties Track Meet.
April 6-Spanish Fiesta.
April 9-End of the third quarter.
April 14-Assembly presented by the Junior Class.
5-Assembly-Nominations of the Student
7-Music Festival at Santa Ana.
12-Orendo, the Magician, for assembly.
19-Assembly by the Drama Class.
1-Installation of Student Body officers.
8-Annual Senior and Alumni assembly and
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1, Elsie Lee Huffine. 2. Colin Burlingame. 3. Connie Mnniz.
-l. Hivlizird Briggs. 5. Marilyn Fnltz, Illary H111-muy Kath-
arine Fisher, Virginia Sweetniain, Mary Strunk. 6, Steve
Smith. 7. Cuavli Rvvd. S, Betty Dodge, 9, Joyce Vlfent-
wurlh, 1llTliP Jones Buys. ll. Mildred Myrelhn, 122. Doi-
tithy Gabriel, Maxim- Sparkes. 13. Juhn Lugo, Vernon Orr.
lil, Flvlllyn Flint.
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Harbor "Mission" we are deeply grateful to you
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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
Allen Pharmacy -
T. V. Allen - -
Alpha Beta -
Arches, The - -
Associated Service -
Balboa Furniture - - -
Balboa Marine Hardware
Balboa Pharmacy - -
Balboa Variety - - -
Bay District Lumber Co. -
Bay Shore Camp - -
Bay View Ice - - -
Beacon Service - -
Beecher's Boat Service -
Beek, Jos. - - -
Ben Franklin Store -
Bird and Game Farm -
Blue, D. K. Service Station
Bob Erbe's Service Station
Braddy's Barber Shop -
Briggs, Louis - - -
Broiler, The - -
Butler, Dr. - - -
Chamber of Commerce -
Clifton's Richfield Service
Corcoran Paper Co. - -
Corona Del Mar Cafe
Costa Mesa Furniture
Costa Mesa Pharmacy -
Costa Mesa Plumbing
Covalt, Dr. - - -
Deschamps - -
Mr. Dodge - - -
Douglas Boat Works -
East Newport Grocery -
Estus Hardware - - -
Estus, Hugh, Service Station
Ethel's Beauty Shop - -
Fitzpatrick's Dry Goods -
Flinn-Bell Hardware -
Food Basket - -
Dr. Grundy - -
Harbor Cleaners -
Harbor Market -
Dr. Huston - -
Jordan and Twist -
Kiser Dairy - - -
Lloyd's Service Station -
Los Angeles Engraving -
Marble Janitors' Supplies
McAlary Boats - - -
McCoy Drug - -
MacGinitie Grocery - -
McMillan's Tackle Store -
McNally Boat Livery -
Mermaid Malt Shop -
Mesa Men's Shop -
Middaugh Shoe Shop -
Model Drug ----
Moore's Confectionary -
Morrison, Dolores, Florist
Myers and Myers, Dry Goods
Naylor's Sport Shop - -
Newport Harbor Publishing Co
Newport Public Market -
Newport Variety - - -
Norton's Island Materials Co
Orr's Service Station - -
Pullen's Nursery -
Rabc Studio - -
Radio Shop - -
Ragan's Insurance -
Reed's Service Station -
Rendezvous - - -
Richfield Service -
Dr. Richter - -
Ritz Theater - - -
Robins' Ford Garage
Rob's Market - -
Safeway - - -
Sea Shell Cafe -
620 Cafe -----
Smith Bros. Marine Hardware
Dr. Stahler -
TeWinkle's Hardware -
Mrs. Waldron Real Estate
Weber-McCrea - - -
Wright's Used Lumber -
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Costa Mesa Caufomia Costa Mesa Phone 668
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Patterns - Watch Repairing 5
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Real Estate Broker
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Ethel's Beauty Shop
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First Prisoner: "What are you in for?"
Second Prisoner: "Want to be a warden, so I thought I'd
start in from the bottom."
CONGRATULATIONS ON THE GALLEON OF 1937 5
R. W. Wallace
Southern California Automobile Club
24 Hour Service
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ALPHA BETA FOOD MARKET INC.
C. G. ILLINGWORTH, Mgr.
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HOWARD'S NEW BEN FRANKLIN STORE
First For Everything
- Costa Mesa, California :
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1818 Newport Blvd.
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Residence Costa Mesa, Phone 288 '
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H. W. WRIGHT 5
1784 Newport Boulevard
Costa Mesa, Calif.
New and Used Building Material :
Stove and Fireplace Wood '
Mr. Davidson: "Last Week a grain of sand got into my wifes
eye and she had to go to a doctor. It Cost me three
Mr. Rea: "That's nothing. Last week a fur coat got into my
wife's eye, and it cost me three hundred."
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WE SOLICIT THE TRADE OF TEACHiE,.S ALND ELFUDENTS
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Pat Waldron: "For the same reason the hen crossed the
road. You don't catch me with no fool questions."
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James Lockwood: "Yes, ma'am-Anthony's with Cleopatra."
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Virginia Eighmey: "The radio marriage."
Walter Kelly: "A national hook-up, eh?"
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Kenneth Kegel: 'TA pune ure infthe tire."
,lf Betty Larnberton: "You lfughi to have been on the lookout
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health. What did she have ?"
Mr. Anderson: "Eight hundred dollars her father gave her."
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Richard: "Yes-so she Went and bought a pair of tight shoes.
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: EAST NEWPORT GROCERY
508 WEST CENTRAL
CARL A. DANIELSON
High Class Groceries
Quality Fresh Produce
JAMES F. WATKINS
The Best Meats
In the Harbor District
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Balboa California 5 E Newport Beach , California 5
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"Tars" of Harbor High
The Balboa Marine '
Ranges, Refrigerators, Heaters
The best in gas appliances
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Stations SEA SHELL CAFE
"Service with a smile"
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S Palm 81 Central Balboa 5 S Balboa California
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If life hums along like a songg
But you're really Worth while
If you find you can smile
When your name's in the Beacon--spelled wrong!
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WALTER s. SPICER, Owner
State Highway Next to Arches
i P. O. Box 398 Newport Beach Phone 1150
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2 Groceries, Meats, Vegetables
209 Fernleaf Ave., Corona Del Mar
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"Your methods of Cultivation are hopelessly out of date," said
Hugh Bement, youthful Future Farmer, to the old
farmer. "Why, 1'd be astonished if you got even ten
pounds of apples from that tree."
"So would I," replied the farmer. "It's a pear tree."
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TO THE GRADUATES!
Stationers Corporation takes
pleasure in extending their best
wishes for the future to the Class
of June, 1937.
Whether your path leads to the
business world or to college, may
the friendly relationship we have
enjoyed in the past continue. And
-regardless of what your needs
may be-at school or in business-
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PRINTERS - ENGRAVERS
Los Angeles 525 South Spring St.
Hollywood 6369 Hollywood Blvd.
San Diego 1040 Sixth Avenue
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J N E FINEST HIGH SCHOOLS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
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YOURS FOR A BIGGER YEAR
Glenn Thompson, President
Dorothy Dickey, Secretary
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