Newport Harbor High School - Galleon Yearbook (Newport Beach, CA)

 - Class of 1938

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F' 1 ne . 1 ' I 1 1 x A 4 I a L 1 s f v N ff "' 1 1 I llfx Vw' 1 fr , .. l FOREVVORD HE THREAD which we have chosen to weave the pattern of thought throughout our book is varicolored .... We would not have you believe that our theme "Beckoning Horizons" connotes only a dream of beautiful unrealities and visions of remote regions and mysterious shores. Instead the vista of the horizons that stretches before our mind's eye brings us a picture of to- morroW's World in which We shall be participants .... Progress . . . yes . . . the actuality of television . . . the increasing use of electrical impulse for man power . . . common air travel . . . but also struggle and conflict .... We are not blinded by illusions . . . yet are We humble in our gratitude for the equipage of the demo- cratic principals with which every effort was made to gird us during our stay at Newport Harbor .... So that properly pro- visioned, we . . . Pioneers, 1938 . . . face our world of Beckoning Horizons. FOUR CONTENTS Boox n cqcfnziniifzafion Boox u 63111.51 BOOK lu cqcfiuifiu soox uv Cgffgfafici soox v gsafavcai FIVE SIX Wx H, , ws: A tw x 'wfxwzw-N Q mx- ,, x X X Milf'-,X 1 C' X Q x M: x x X 1 W Ny. W :T , j f Qfriz, ' J ' 'Mefww f 'Env DEDICATIGN HE HUMAN TONGUE is rather inarticulate when it comes to voicing appreciation .... But We, the Senior Class of 1938, wish to acknowl- edge in some manner our indebtedness to one who has advised, helped, and guided us during our years at this school .... He has given untiringly of himself that We might prosper and be prepared for the horizons which now beckon .... It is to Mr. Goss Grable, ever loyal advisor and constant helper, that this seventh Galleon is dedicated. SEVEN EIL T Ex . iiig X 1 f"l XS Tower at night . . . . study in light and shadow Familiar scenes .... jutting angles cut by the symmetry of the trees NINE L , A Li ' if .F +I . 1' wzf Y ' D L?iA 1 . AI f I E I. 1 c s iii lf' MU ! . 1 E if u I v r' x I f if f lb . AW W' f I 'G f' .5 , E I f r ' lx sk' L xi 1 uf 1 I I , ' ,- Q 'IN L I I tl ii ADMINISTRATION ORIZONS . . . alluring . . . hazy . . . magic visions which only the mention of a distant land may conjure .... Ever uttering the noiseless cry of a. majestic skyline . . . a skyline of wealth and glory . . . pleading for greatness in all things . . . and expressing that greatness in enduring qualities which only experience may teach us .... Thus the administration in its greater degree of knowledge conducts those of us contacted through the medium of school life through the barriers that have been set up by our small brains . . . and instructs us to weed out old prejudices and beliefs . . . by which means we shall provide' for a brighter tomorrow .... MARY MCCUE I 1 l l I TEN I 1 fi. X' W .11 VM O V, BOOK ONE Y U .7 - .--- A, - f- W- -,---'- -- -Y-v --Try J. A. BI-:EK DQAAXLD 5, DQDGE A. H. PITZPATRICH s. A. srowmr XYILLA-XRD B, MELLOTT BOARD CF TRUSTEES OR THEIR generosity and kindness Harbor High students are greatly indebted to our Board of Trustees .... This years Board consisted of Mr. Dodge and Mr. Mellott from Costa Mesa, Mr. Stowell from Corona del Mar. Mr. Beek from Balboa. and Mr. Fitzpatrick froni Newport .... Not only has the Board of Trustees made possible in the past yeais. the tennis court. agricul- tural room. mechanical drawing rooin and other projects. but they have also niade niade possible the beautiful mosaics that are seen in the school patio which have been completed this year .... The students wish to thank the Board of Trustees for their loyal sup- port in school affairs and their help in other various activities. PRINCIPAIQS MESSAGE ORIZONS are mystical places. Because one never knows what is just beyond, they have always symbolized the allure of the unknown, the glamour of adventure and romance .... Down through the ages man has invented many devices such as the telescope, the microscope and the aeroplane which have assisted in extending the realm of the known and in compelling the unknown to recede. Nevertheless, beckoning hori- zons continue to exist, tempting each new generation to venture forth .... I sincerely hope that the Newport Harbor Union High School is providing all of you with new instruments in the form of ethical character, good citizenship, and sound judgment with which to navigate your course safely to your goal in the future. Aww Mir' THIRTEEN ' , V V N , V "'-' -'-: Af-1 -A -' nnmM,uNm4wanaaaracnd BETTY OSGOOD .- J. A. BEEK DOANLD J. DGDGE A. H. FITZPATRICK S. A. STOWELL WILLARD B. MELLOTT TWELVE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OR THEIR generosity and kindness Harbor High students are greatly indebted to our Board of Trustees .... This year's Board consisted of Mr. Dodge and Mr. Mellott from Costa Mesa, Mr. Stowell from Corona del Mar, Mr. Beek from Balboa, and Mr. Fitzpatrick from Newport .... Not only has the Board of Trustees made possible in the past years, the tennis court, agricul- tural roorn, mechanical drawing room and other projects, but they have also made made possible the beautiful mosaics that are seen in the school patio which have been completed this year .... The students wish to thank the Board of Trustees for their loyal sup- port in school affairs and their help in other various activities. za,..u... PRINCIPAIQS MESSAGE ORIZONS are mystical places. Because one never knows what is just beyond, they have always symbolized the allure of the unknown, the glamour of adventure and romance .... Down through the ages man has invented many devices such as the telescope, the microscope and the aeroplane which have assisted in extending the realm of the known and in compelling the unknown to recede. Nevertheless, beckoning hori- zons continue to exist, tempting each new generation to venture forth .... I sincerely hope that the Newport Harbor Union High School is providing all of you with new instruments in the form of ethical character, good citizenship, and sound judgment with which to navigate your course safely to your goal in the future. AW KW' THIRTEEN GREETING- S THE Class of 1938 bids farewell to Newport Harbor and the distant horizon beckons you onward it is my wish that you may carry on with you into your future the ideals and traditions learned at Harbor .... The future may be truly your own, but may it be the type that will bring you and your school honor and glory .... As greater things guide you onward I salute you and hope that you continue to grow and develop with your future. Vice-Principal ENVISIONMENT OULD WE but look ahead and see what lies beyond the hori- zon, how much easier it would be for us to make our plans. You of the class of 1938 would have been able to accurately chart your course through Harbor. The way ahead of you now would be clear sailing but not very exciting .... As it is, you must unfurl your sails and start out to explore for yourself the uncharted seas beyond the horizon. Your skill as a navigator will determine how far you'll be able to go. Here at Harbor you have had an opportunity to gather together a few instruments that will help you .... Learn to use them well so that you may steer your course to new and worthwhile experiences in the future . . . to enchanting harbors beyond the Beckoning Horizons! Dean of Girls BOUE TFEN EVERETT A. REA ' Y ,iw Xx LILY I.. LAI-ITI l A WFAQ-QTY Viola Perrv ' - - Stanford Engli f Joseph Ha et - - Univ. of Colorado Biology. Ge ral Science Alice Rowlands - - - Poniona College Library, English Roy O. Andersen - - - Univ. of Calif. Social Science Marjorie Adams - - - Univ. of Calif. Physical Education Arthur XYorden - - - Kansas State Shop, Mechanical Drawing Lee Trine - - - Univ. of Redlands Mathematics. Electric Shop Jane Ellen Anderson - Pomona College Spanish, Latin Richard Spaulding - - XYhittier College Mathematics. Physical Education Bertha Selland - - - - U. C. L. A. English. Civics. Physical Education Marie Hiebsch ---- U. C. L. A. Music fl, X GLENN THOMPSON RICHARD CARLSON DOROTHY DICKEY MAIJREEN MCCLINTOCK President Vice-President Secretary TFQHSHFGI' STUDENT GOVERNMENT HIS YEARS student government vvas directed by Glenn Thompson, Student Body president. with Mr. Davidson. Miss Lahti. and Mr. Thompson. advisors. Other members of the Board of Control xvere: Richard Carlson, yice-president: Dorothy Dickey, secretary: Maureen McClintock. treasurer: Jean Croughan. Eudell Sain. Alice Winterbourne and Daren 3IcGavren. class representatives ..,. The board handled all the executive business, paid bills. governed the sale of the Student Body tickets, planned the Student Body elections. and proyided funds for ath- letics .... The school dances were high lights of the school year. The P. T. A. sponsored several of the night dances which the students enjoyed immensely .... Student Body assemblies of con- siderable variety and interest were also sponsored by the Board of Control. EIGHTEEN 1... Top Row-R. Wiiiterlwurne, C. Miyaicla, W. Grumly, A, VVill'illllgE'l'. B. Neville, R. Liirlsiin. R. Metz. R. McClellan. M. Viele, W. Collins, C. Burlingame, R. lvIwG:ivr'eii. Second Flow-Mr. Hzxiiiblet. Z. Ruliiiisuii, D. Uezikiiis. L., Piilgein-io, C. Biiwkliiiiii, R. Grzilili-, S. MvClell:iii, A, Sparkes. D. Dickey. E. Grupe, L. Dittnizir, V. iNilIits. Third Row-R. Bziwiii, C. Haiiisen, G, Eflick, D. Weiitwririh, M. liflnss, B. Lziiiiberloii, E. Gill, J. Crougliaiii, W. Boykin, A. Mr-Adams, E. Suiii. Bottom Row-F. Harvey, N. Castle. K. Fliisipgii. M. lVlui'pl1y. A. Winter IJUUFIIB. STU DENT SOCIETY HIS YEAR'S Student Society, under the direction of Richard Carlson, vice-president of the Student Body, and Mr. Ham- blet, advisor, Was composed of two branches, the hall com- mittee and the Student Court .... The duty of the hall committee was to keep order in the assemblies, in the halls, and on the grounds, and to do away with eating in the halls, on the auditorium steps, and on the tennis courts at noon. The Hi-Y Recreation pro- gram greatly assisted the hall committee in its Work .... The Student Court decided punishments for violators of the school rules. This group was composed of Richard Carlson, vice-president of the Student Body, Bill Neville, scribe of the Hi-Y, Betty Lam- berton, president of the Girls' League, Dorothy Dickey, secretary of the Student Body, Jean Croughan, senior representative: Eudell Sain, junior representativeg Alice Winterbourne, sophomore rep- resentativeg Daren McGavren, freshman representativeg and Mr. Hamblet, advisor. NINETEEN H af f5fftf'47?i T 1 M 't f 2 !vi2iWe QM W ff WW H ,V MW W l I gl 1 C L A S S E S AGER to explore the world beyond the horizon . . . we of this school . . . as with thousands of other young people . . . are preparing to step into realms of business . . . music . . . art . . . literature . . . radio . . . science . . . or perhaps the furthering of education .... But in every field each unstarred man turns to imagination to illumine' his future .... To gather up his undiscovered universe . . . and to magnify each small unimportant incident .... 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DONALD MEAD President MARJORY SHARMAN Vice President 9 BETTY RAYMOND Secretary ETHEL GILL Treasurer JEAN CROUGHAN Senior Representative SENIOR CLASS REVIEW N THE year '35 the present senior class marched into Harbor High with a membership of approximately one hundred and fifteen students. They began the year with the annual freshman- sophomore War whoop and lost to the sophomores .... The next year Alberta Sparkes was elected president of the class. Many students were outstanding in sports and scholarship .... In their junior year the students elected Warren Collins as president. A clever assembly Was given in April which was enjoyed by the rest of the students. The juniors also saw that the annual Junior- Senior Banquet was carried off in grand style .... In this, their last year at Harbor High, they feel that they have furthered their education to the extent that they are prepared for whatever the future may hold. The seniors sincerely hope that other classes will find as much joy in Harbor High as they did. TWENTY-TWO I nf' . M - 'D X sie J e A ,M Thomas J. Andrews Phyllis Imogene Ash man David Robert Bomhoy Harold Boyd Arriah Wanna Boykin Norma Alice Britton Bernieee Maree Brown D - ofwff Richard Carlson MLM Warren Collins W K ,,,'..f" A . ' M MEL' 'hifi 5 Treva Jean Croughan X if M f t 11' ily., iii N-'I . - .w I t Dorothy Lucille Dickey ' U David Dyer Marjorie Edick Charles Gage Marvin Kyle Gibion l TWENTY-THREE Ethel Lou Gill Mary Elisbeth Grupe Vincent Jerrenis Healy Betty Anne Hinkley we 'f vena Hall fi, 4' , ' , 4. ' f Setsukso Helen Hiraia TVVENTY-FOUR Robert Hirtler Maxine Hoffman Elrner Honimel Saburo Ikeda Frances Inokuchi Ralph J, Irwin Laura Jcan Johnson Raymond Nelson Johnston fHw.,x ,linux Max Jordan llarry Kidder X Marvie Logan Juanita Rose Lugo Dale Mackey Richard Malloy Rollo McClellan Maureen McClintock Mary McCue Donald Edwin Mead Fred Miller Janet Mowrer Ruth Naomi King Mulsu KU1'il1il1'El Betty Jean Lambcrton Hazel Gert rude Leatherwood Howard Lighter Lenore Lillywhite 4 rf Z 1 W M M TVVENTY-FIVE VVilliam Neville Virginia Nelson Giichi Omori Joyce Orr 1 Ralph Nelson Frances Hildegerta Ortego 3 s I 'IWENTY-SIX Betty Lou Osgood Harold Parks Betty Elaine Raymond Dorothy Mae Renders XVilliam Lee St. Claire Dorothy Shade Marjory Sharman Allen Sherry Grace Geraldine Sihilling Bette Soulc l. fl' My jy i f xi 0 jr , i Alberta Sparkes Frank Swanson Glenn Thompson Roland Thompson Max Viele l Faithc Swinglc l i i Charles Vucich Francis Patrick Waldron Merline Wallace Doris Mary XVcntworlh Lorecn Estelle Wentworth Patricia Ann Whitson 7' Maurice Edward Womack W" -QV 'N A l ny' if ,P Shiro Yamami Hg Af' X, ,J W wif P' P Iggy Nora Alexander Albert Miller Clifford Arnold Douglas Priest George Bremer Ernest Sloman James Lockwood Arlene Zentner George Lumel TVVENTY-SEVEN . l lib-li - I' 7 t t ea to X3 SENIOR RECORDS ELSIE JANE ALLEN: Volleyball 32 Fiesta 63 Spanish 5, 63 Adventurers 3, 4, 5, 61 Handicraft 3, 4: Camera 7, 83 Library Staff 7. 83 Usherettes 5, 6. Librarian. THOMAS J. ANDREWS: Jr. Assem. 53 Track 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 8: Model Air- plane 3, 43 Camera 3. 43 Science 5, 63 Liars 5, 63 Flivver 7, 83 Leisure 7, 8. College. CLIFFORD R. ARNOLD: Track 23 Science 3. 43 Liars 5. 63 Camera 3, 43 Leisure 5. 6. 7, 83 Flivver 7, 8. Refrigeration Business. PHYLLIS IMOGENE ASHMAN: Basket- ball 1. 3, 53 Volleyball 1, 3. 53 Hockey 2, 4, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 83 Camera 3, 43 Handicraft 3, 4, 5, 63 Adventurers 5. 63 Voc. Guidance 7. 8. Teaching. DAVID ROBERT BOMBOY: Track 31 Liars 7, 83 Model Aviation 7, 8. Avia- tion. HAROLD WILLIAM BOYD: Football 73 Basketball 73 Track 83 Baseball 83 Liars 5. 6: Flivver 7, 83 Leisure 3. 4. ARRIAH WANNA BOYKIN: Hall Corn- mittee 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 83 Scholarship 3, 4. 5, 6. 7, 83 Operetta 43 Volleyball 1, 3, 5. 73 Basketball 1. 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2. 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 8: Adventur- ers 3. 43 Daubers 5. 63 Handicraft 3, 4, 5. 63 Camera 7, 8. Artist. NORMA ALICE BRITTON: Handicraft 3. 4, 5, 6. 7. 83 Adventurers 3, 43 Camera 5, 6: Bachelorettes 7, 8. College. BERNIECE MARIE BROWN: Fiesta 63 Operetta 23 Basketball 5. 73 Volleyball 1. 3, 5. 73 Hockey 4, 63 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Adventurers 3. 43 Handicraft 3, 43 Spanish 5. 6. 7, 83 Camera 5, 63 Library 7, 8. Dress Designing. RICHARD W. CARLSON: V.P. Student Body 7, 83 Bd. of Con. 3, 43 Operetta 4. 63 Mus. Fest. 4, 63 Jr. Assem. 63 Christmas Play 13 Football 3, 5, 73 Basketball. 3, 5, 73 Track 2, 63 Baseball 2. 4. 6, 8: Hi-Y 5, 6. 7. 8: Sec. 6, Pres. 7, 83 Fresh. Pres. 1, 2. Electrical Engineer. WARREN H. COLLINS: Jr. Pres. 5, 63 Football 3, 5, 73 Basketball 3, 5. 73 Track 2. 4, 6, 83 Basketball 4. 6. 83 Gym leaders 3, 43 Hi-Y 6, 7. 8. College. TREVA JEAN CROUGHAN: Transferred 43 Bd. Con. 7, 83 Jr, Assern. 63 Basket- ball 5, 7: Volleyball 5, 73 Hockey 4, 6, 83 Baseball 6, 83 Badminton 7. 83 V. P. Girls' League 5, 63 Camera 3, 43 Span- ish 5. 6, 7, 83 Handicraft 3. 43 Tri-Y 7. Usherettes 5, 6. Laboratory Tech- nician. CHEMISTRY TVVENTY-EIGIIT DOROTHY LUCILLE DICKEY: Sec. Stud. Body 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Volley- ball 1, 3, 5, 73 Baseball 2. 4, 6. 81 Hockey 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 5, 63 Jr. Assem. 63 Tri-Y 5, 6. 7, 83 Usherettes 5, 63 Handicraft 3, 4. 5, 6: Adventur- ers 3, 43 Masque and Foil 5, 63 Sec. Soph. Class 3, 4. Nursing. MARJORIE GERTRUDE EDICK: Oper- etta 43 Library Asst. 33 Basketball 1, 3, 5. 73 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6. 83 Tennis 1, 23 Spanish 5. 63 Camera 5. 63 Library 3. 4, 7, 83 Handicraft 3, 43 Bachelor- ettes 7. 83 Girls' League 7, 83 Uniform Bd. 5. 6. Librarian. MARVIN KYLE GIBSON: Math. 3, 4, 5. 63 Science 3, 4. 7, 83 Flivver 7, 8. ETHEL LOU GILL: Operetta 23 G. A. A. Assem. 1, 3: Galleon Assem. 5, 7: Jr. Assem. 63 Galleon Staff 5, 6, 7, 83 Basketball 1. 3. 5, 73 Volleyball 1, 3. 5. 73 Hockey 2. 4. 6, 83 Baseball 2. 4. 6. 83 Tennis 2. 4, 6, 83 Badminton 4, 6, 83 Handicraft 3, 43 Camera 3. 4. 5, 63 Masque and Foil 5. 63 Spanish 5, 6. 7. 83 Girls' League Cab. 5. 6, 7. 8: G. A. A. Cab. 5. 6, 7, S2 Usherettes 5. 62 Tri-Y 7, 8. Physical Education Instructor. MARY ELIZABETH GRUPE: Jr. Assem. 63 Galleon Assem. 73 G. A. A. Assem. 13 Beacon Staff 5. 6, 7. 8: Galleon Staff 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3. 5. 73 Volleyball 1, 3. 5. 73 Hockey 2, 4. 6. 8: Baseball 2, 4, 6. 8: Badminton 4, 83 Adventurers 3. 4, 5, 63 Handicraft 3. 4. 5, 6: Usher- Q. '.:3":fz::., f:-ff. V . " 'ru ' . . 2 ' 3:1 -... .,.. V I X ' vw 4' If , I . f-5? ' ,TX A f,,fZ,f' V, W , H V7 .sv-: ,:wffWw2WW-6-,. , 3 ' -vffifr -S,-,3,,'m:'fa M. 4 4, 3 'f . 7 .a ff M MM J ' .lv 4 ettes 5, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 33 Yacht 7, 83 Girls' League Cab. 5. 6. Journalist. VERLA VIRGINIA HALL: Jr. Assem. 63 Fiesta 63 Operetta 2, 4, 6, 83 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Sextette 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Basketball 1, 33 Volleyball 13 Baseball 2, 4, 63 Adventurers 3, 43 Handicraft 3, 43 Camera 5, 63 Spanish 5, 6, 7, 83 Music 7, 8. Musician. VINCENT JERREMS HEALY2TI'3llSf61'I'6Cl 73 Tennis 7, 83 Track 83 Yacht 7, 83 Camera 7, 8. Poet. BETTY ANNE HINKLEY: Basketball 1, 33 Hockey 2, 43 Volleyball 1, 33 Library 3, 4, 5, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 83 Handi- craft 7, 8. Journalist. SETSUKO HELEN HIRATA: Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Christmas Play 3, 43 Mother's Tea 43 Galleon Assem. 5, 73 Benefit Show 33 Galleon Staff 7, 83 Beacon Staff 7, 83 Basketball 1, 33 Baseball 6, 83 Commercial 5, 63 Nat. Hist. 5. 63 Math. 3, 43 Adventurers 3, 43 Bachelorettes 7, 8. Library. MAXINE HOFFMAN: Hall Comm. 1, 23 Operetta 2, 4, 63 Sextette 5, 6, 7, 83 Jr. Assem. 5, 63 Benefit Show 43 Exchange Assem. 63 Basketball 1, 33 Volleyball 1, 33 Handicraft 3, 4, 5, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 8. College. ELMER L. HOWIIVIEL: Jr. Assem. 63 Camera 3, 43 Science 5, 63 Liars 5, 63 Flivver 7, 83 Leisure 7, 8. College. ROBERT W. HURTLER: Track 33 Avia- tion 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Science 3, 43 Flivver 7, 8. Aeronautical Engineering. SABURO IKEDA: Track 4, 6, 83 Rifle 3, 43 Leisure 5, 6, 7, 83 Aviation 5, 63 MANUAL TRAINING F. F. A. 7, 83 Gym Leaders 3, 4. FRANCES INOKUCHI: Transferred, 33 Benefit Show 43 Mothers Tea 43 Ath. Carn. 63 Basketball 1, 3, 53 Volleyball 1, 33 Hockey 2, 4, 63 Baseball 2, 4, 63 Handicraft 3, 4, 5, 63 Nat. Hist. 5, 6, 7, 83 Adventurers 3, 43 Camera 7, 8. Designer. RALPH J. IRWIN: Football 1, 3, 5, 7: Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Hi-Y 5, 6, 7, 83 Flivver 7, 83 Gym Leaders 3, 43 Adventurers 5, 6. Real Estate. LAURA JEAN JOHNSON: Volleyball 1, 33 Camera 3, 43 Daubers 5, 63 Bachelor- ettes 7, 8. Nursing. MAX R. JORDAN: Jr. Assem. 63 Football 3, 5, 73 Track 4, 63 Baseball 4, 6, 83 Hi-Y 5, 6, 7, 83 Flivver 7, 83 Archery 3, 43 Gym Leaders 3, 43 Nat. Hist, 3, 4 College. HARRY WILDER KIDDER: Operetta 4' School Play 5, 73 Radio 3, 43 Math. 5 63 Masque and Foil 7, 8. RUTH NAOMI KING: Operetta 2, 4, 63 Mus. Fest. 2, 4, 6, 83 Adventurers 3, 4, 5, 63 Handicraft 3, 4, 5, 63 Voc. Guid. 7, 83 Bachelorettes 7, 83 Uniform Chair- man 7, 8. Home Management. MITSU KURIHARA: Handicraft 2, 3, 43 Library 3, 4, 7, 83 Adventurers 5, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 83 Commercial 5, 6. Secretary. BETTY JEAN LAMBERTON: Operetta 23 Jr. Assem. 63 Christmas Play 1, 53 Galleon Staff 5, 6, 7, 83 Basketball 1 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 4, Badminton 4, 6, 83 Scholarship 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Camera 3, 43 Tri-Y 5, 6, 7, 83 Math. 5, 63 Girls' League Cab. 5 6, 7, 83 Bachelorettes 7, 8. College. HAZEL GERTRUDE LEATHERWOOD: Tennis 3, 43 Camera 3, 43 Handicraft 3, 4, 5, 63 Commercial 7, 83 Bachelorettes 7, 8. Telephone Operator. HOWARD LIGHTER: Track 4, 63 Football 3, 5, 73 Aviation 3, 4, 5, 63 Science 3, 43 Math. 5, 6. Aviation. JAMES LOCKWOOD: Football 1, 3, 73 Basketball 3, 5, 73 Track 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Rifle 3, 43 Liars 3, 43 Camera 5, 63 Model Airplane 5, 63 Flivver 7, 83 Leisure 7, 8. MARVIN LOGAN: Bd. of Con. 1, 23 Masque and Foil 3, 43 Camera 5, 63 Spanish 5, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 83 Scholarship 5, 6, 7. Dentist. JUANITA ROSE LUGO: Jr. Assem. 63 Operetta 23 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 1 1 6, 3 v TWENTY-NINE Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 7: Hockey 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 8: Tennis 2. 4, 6, 83 Badminton 6, S3 Adventurers 3, 4: Tri-Y 5. 6, 7. 8: Handiv,'o"h 3, 4: Daubers 5. 6: Eachelorettes 7, 8: Yacht 7, 8. College. GEORGE LUMEL: Jr. Assem. 6: Beacon Staff 7, 8: Football 1, 3, 5, 7: Basket- ball 3, 5, 73 Track 2, 4, 6, 8: Baseball 2, 4, 6, 8: Flivver 7, 8: Leisure 5, 6: Adventurers 5. 6: Liars 3, 4. College. JOSEPH DALE MACKEY: Transferred 53 Orchestra 5. 6, 7, 8: Operetta 6, 8: Ath Carn. 6: Pep Assem. 5, 6, 7, 8: Jr. Assem, 6: Fishermen 5, 6. Artist and Musician. RICHARD WAYNE MALLOY: Transferred 6: Leisure 6: Adventurers 6. Pharma- cist, ROLLO MCCLELLAN: Football 1, 3, 5, 71 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Track 2, 4, 6, 8: Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Hi-Y 3, 4: Archery 3, 43 Aviation 3, 4: Nat, Hist. 5, 6: Flivver 7, 8. Junior College. MAUREEN McCLlNTOCK: Treas. of S. B. 7, 8: School Play 7: Exchange Assem. 63 Ath. Carn. 6: Galleon Staff 7, 8: Beacon Staff 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3. 5: Volleyball 1, 3, 5: Hockey 2, 4, 6: Base- ball 2, 4, 63 Tennis 6: Badminton 4, 6: Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8: Masque and Foil 3, 43 Math. 5, 6: Liars 5, 6: Camera 7, 8: Daubers 7, 83 Tri-Y 7, 8. Motion Picture Stylist. MAC NORMAN MCCORKELLZ Ath. Carn. 6: Liars 5: Flivver 7, 8. Writer. MARY MCCUE: Operetta 4, 63 J. Assem. 6: Mus. Assern. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 83 Ath. Carn. 6: Galleon Staff 7, 83 Beacon 7, ,J THIRTY 8: Basketball 3, 53 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2, 4, 63 Baseball 4, 83 Tennis 72 Scholarship 73 Adventurers 3. 4: Handi- craft 3. 4: Spanish 5, 6, 7, 8: Camera 5, 6: Bachelorettes 7, 8. Music Teacher- DONALD EDWIN MEAD: Transferred 72 School Play 73 Tennis 8: Basketball 73 Sr. Class Pres. 7, 8: Masque and Foil 7, 83 Yacht 7, 8. College. FREDERIC FIELDING MILLER: Trans- ferred 5: Football 5, 7: Fishermen 5, 6: Liars 7, 8: Adventurers 7, 8. Navy Air Corps. J. RALPH NELSON: Jr. Assem. 63 Orches- tra 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Operetta 4, 63 Ath. Carn. 6: Science 5. 6: Model Airplane 3, 4, 5, 63 Math. 3, 4. Airplane Mechanic. WILLIAM R, NEVILLE: Operetta 13 Jr. V. P. 5, 6: Football 13 Basketball 5, 7: Baseball 6, 83 Ath. Carn. 4: Student Court 73 Hi-Y 6, 7, 83 Liars 3, 43 Gym Leaders 3, 43 Leisure 5, 6, 7, 8 Drafts- man. GIICHI H. OMORI: Football 3, 5, 7: Liars 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Nat. Hist. 3, 43 F. F. A. 7, 8. ELIZABETH JOYCE OFIR: Basketball 1, 5, 73 Hockey 4, 6, 83 Volleyball 5, 73 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 1. 5: Usher- ettes 5, 6: Adventurers 3, 4: Handi- craft 3, 4, 5, 6: Camera 5, 6, 7, 8. FRANCES HILDEGERTA ORTEGO: Uni- form Court 3, 43 Basketball 1, 3, 51 Volleyball 1, 3, 73 Hockey 2, 43 Base- ball 2, 4, 6, 83 Commercial 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Library 3, 43 Camera 5, 6: Bachelorettes 7, 8: Usherettes 5, 6. Secretary. BETTY LOU OSGOOD: Beacon Staff 7, 8: Galleon Staff 5. 6. 7, 8: Operetta 6: Scholarship 2, 33 Archery 3, 43 Library 3, 4, 7, 8: Daubers 5, 6: Bachelorettes 7, 8, Commercial Art. DOUGLAS PRIEST: Transferred 5: Foot- ball 5: Track 5, 7: Tennis 7, 83 Camera 5, 6: Liars 5, 6: Yacht 7, 83 Leisure 7, 8. Junior College. BETTY ELAINE RAYMOND: Galleon Staff 5 ,6, 7, 8: School Play 7: Fiesta 6: Galleon Assem. 5, 73 Jr, Assem. 6: Adventurers 3, 4, 5, 63 Handicraft 3, 4. 5, 6: Voc. Guid. 7, 8: Bachelorettes 7. S: Scholarship 1, 2, 7, 83 Sec. Sr. Class 7, 8. Teaching. DOROTHY MAE RENDERS: Transferred 5: Basketball 5: Volleyball 5: Hockey 8: Baseball 8: Camera 7. S: Handicraft 7, S. DOROTHY MAE SHADE: Adventurers 3, 43 Handicraft 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8: Camera 5, 6: Bachelorettes 7, S. Secretary. DOMESTIC ART COMMERCE MARJORY ALICE SHARMAN: V. P. Sr. Class 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 7, 83 Treas. G. A. A. 5, 63 Sec. 7, 83 Camera 3, 43 Archery 3, 43 Adventurers 5, 63 Handi- craft 5, 63 Tri-Y 7, 83 Bachelorettes 7, 8. Nursing. ALLAN GEORGE SHERRY: Galleon Staff 7, 83 Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Band 5, 6, 7, 83 Track 63 Airplane 3, 4, 5, 6: Science 3, 43 Leisure 5, 63 Liars 7, 83 F. F. A. 5, 6, 7, 8. College. GRACE GERALDINE SIHILLING: Opel'- etta 2, 43 Mus. Fest. 43 Basketball 1, 33 Volleyball 1, 33 Baseball 2, 43 Handi- craft 3, 4, 5, 63 Adventurers 3, 43 Spanish 5, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 83 Masque and Foil 7, 83 Usherettes 5, 6. BETTE SOULE: Operetta 63 Handicraft 3, 4, 5, 63 Camera 5, 6, 7, 8. Home Management. ALBERTA SPARKES: Operetta 23 Basket- ball 1, 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 2, 6, 83 Badminton 6, 83 Soph. Pres. 3, 43 Tri-Y 5, 6, 7, 83 Handicraft 3, 43 Masque and Foil 3, 4, 5, 6: Bachelorettes 7, 83 Yacht 7, 8. College. WILLIAM LEE ST. CLAIR: Swimming 21 Christmas Play 33 Archery 5, 63 Nat. Hist. 3, 4, 5, 63 Liars 3, 43 Yachting 7, 83 Fishing 7, 8. FRANK SWANSON, JR.: Liars 3, 43 Math. 3, 43 Radio 5, 63 Flivver 7, 83 Yacht 7, 8. College. FAITHE JUNELLE SWINGLE: Basket- ball 1, 3, 53 Volleyball 1, 33 Hockey 2, 4. 83 Baseball 2, 43 Camera 3, 43 Handicraft 3, 43 Daubers 5, 63 Commer- cial 5, 63 Bachelorettes 7, 8. College. ROLAND THOMPSON: Track 23 Football 7. Law. GLENN THOMPSON: S. B. Pres. 7, 8: Bd. of Con. 5, 63 Galleon Staff 7, 83 Football 1, 3, 5, 73 Basketball 3, 5, 73 Track 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 4, 6, 83 Hi-Y 5, 6, 7, 83 Liars 3, 43 Gym Leaders 3, 4. College. IVIAX R. VIELE: Basketball 3, 53 Liars 3, 4, 5, 63 Leisure 5, 6, 7, 83 Airplane 3, 4. Aviation. CHARLES ARTHUR VUCICH: Leisure 3, 4, 5, 63 F. F. A. 5, 6, 7, 83 Science 3, 43 Commercial 5, 6, 7, 8. College, FRANCIS PATRICK WALDRON: Beacon Staff 7, 83 School Play 5, 73 Track 2, 4, 63 Tennis 2, 4, 63 Swimming 2, 4, 6: Hi-Y 5, 6, 7, 83 Masque and Foil 7, 83 we-'Wm S: 'V .... . 1. X 2 . Science 3, 43 Camera 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Math. 3, 4. Journalist. ANN MERLINE WALLACE: Basketball 1, 3, 53 Volleyball 1, 33 Hockey 2, 4, 6, 8: Camera 3, 43 Handicraft 3, 43 Com- mercial 5, 6: Daubers 5, 63 Bachelor- ettes 7, 8. College. DORIS MARY WENTWORTH: Galleon Staff 7. 8: ODGI'Gf'fa 2, 4. 6: Sextette 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 1, 3. 5, 7: Hockey 2, 4, 6, 8, Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 4, 6, 7, 83 Badminton 4. 6, 83 Camera 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 83 Spanish 5, 63 Commercial 7, 8. Business LOREEN ESTELLE WENTWORTH: Gal- leon Staff 7, 83 Operetta 2, 4, 63 Sex- tette 7, 83 Basketball 1, 3, 5, 73 Volleyball 1. 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2, 4, 6, 83 Baseball 2, 4, 6, 83 Tennis 4. 6, 7, 83 Badminton 4, 6, 83 Sec. Fresh. Class 1, 23 Treas, Girls' League 7, 83 Spanish 5, 63 Masque and Foil 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. PATRICIA ANN WHITSON: Fresh. Class Reporter 1, 23 Galleon Staff 7. 8: School Play 1, 5, 73 Basketball 1, 33 Volleyball 1, 3, 5, 73 Hockey 2, 4, 6. 83 Baseball 43 Tennis 7, 83 Badminton 4. 6, 83 Spanish 3, 43 Masque and Foil 5, 6, 7, 83 Handicraft 3, 43 Yacht 7, 83 Bachelorettes 7, 8. Teaching. IVIAURICE EDWARD WOIVIACK: Trans- ferred 5Q School Play 73 Baseball 6, 83 Masque and Foil 7, 8. Electrical Engi- neer. SHIRO YAMAMI: Track 2, 4, 6, 8: Radio 3, 43 Archery 3, 43 Leisure 5, 63 Air- plane 5, 6: Commercial 7, 8. THIRTY-ONE Lf 'X i was 5 X pm., I Q4 'LW 1. 1 , ' K w V l ' 1 A by YQ' l 5 is 1 'W' 'fi M 1 'fc' :if ' . :if ' E N' 'fi 1 T' i ' QI 5- ml , fl Q +1 ' iw t ef , L . ff if a .- af 'i iff- ' .. .. ' " ftiawezfni fff .. W 6 y 3 Vbq. Q lf . J V . a. I .wi ' . . S ' K ,Q E a. ,T , fs to . S. 1 -,L fi- I- a 'I - , .fp fe f. Q- B . z sag lf 9 7 B- N M " " Y fi- if i 19- 2 'mf' gf? 'Y' A Q. .-,. . . il N. ' f if - Qi L Lg. t FQ- - a .TLV 3 ' ' Cf' ' -- ', 7 , . , 1 . . s 6 A' . B , 44? f " N as as V c c .1 fr' ' 3 N 'iQ 7. :A K ' :N W 5 ,Q Ii K Q1 G S? - in 'A" .' ' "' ' lx ii I ain . ' , 5 . if ff' X A ,.:, I V Q P .: x 1 i ts my I W' I- Y Top Row-V. Thompson, R. Sheflin. M. Jenkins. T. Grupe. R. Mi L. Marshall. I. Focht. C. Brooks. Second Row-VV. Flint, V. J. VVillits, A. Boehm. S. ttridge. G. Hill, M. Cox, A. Smith. L. Funk. Third RowfG. Lorton. XV, Lankford. P. XVilki AQ hristen. J. McAlary B. Janes. L. Dittmar, E.. 'Wegneix Fourth Row-T. Knowlton. E. Sai , R. Crowley. J, Cabanne P Vau lin E A Miller G Mi da M MC bb B tt R , g , . . , . ' ya -. . c u ms. o om of , Young, H. Honda. V. Cunningham, H, Cottle. P. Palmer. B. Boyd. G. Edick. O. Lloyd.x O S3 N . asf J JUNIOR CLASS OOKING each problem squarely in the face might be the battlecry of the class of '39, for as in the days of old, the junior class has gone forth to uphold the ideas of our school. With Bill Dickey as president, supported by the other officers who were Phoebe Miller, vice-president: Barbara Miller, secretary: Eudell Sain, Board of Control, the junior class had a yery active year .... Using a very interesting theme, the juniors leld tllc THIRTY-TVVO " i if f- iff i ' su .J F . ff, 3 . . tt 4 f We , K. ,KN tax 0 X 5 f A 3 5 -I , 5 :11 f - fi Q-I . ' -- k ' "- I . ,. l . .' ' " VY -: ,' ,... fl' j fi' 2 5, r 'ull as Q 7: 'P' " 25 , .L ' 5 M , w . 'Q ' it r . g-1 r ,, i Q r f A r if 2- 2 'si 1 AL , wil F y . 3 +511 ' 'FP is f N if , C" J at it F . i i is -, VT.- ,.,,, ,, V , yi M ri 2 2 i I - l . , - . Q rar . 4 . i i 5 if lg is i ' .4 F- ik' I 1 'R . Y' "K K- 5 .. .-'S ' f ' l ' , i f .X sf 1 as 'P T fi '51, ' M fa- 4 f 1, ill. I T X at V ' J F Z i'-ga-' ' A . ..,. :fu fi . . 8 i . 2 A A , slr-A dl Z rf 'A Lf A I M i f F . F. Top Row-R. Bacon, P. Miller. R. YVi1itex'bourne. M. Anderson, J. Keeler, D. M lott. C. Mclntee. V. Sherman Second Flow J. Muniz, VV T't F. P ' . H ' . - ' . ai, errin, S onda. J. Bail y, E. Simon, M. Furikawa, C. Burlingame. Third Row-R. Miller, S. Stevens, C. Buckland., . Van de Walker. M. Taylor, F. Higuera. B. Matoba. B. DeWolfe. Fourth Row-C Baird F euret M Davis. G. Markel, F. Moore, L. Pulencio. B. Dyckyrnan. R. Wade. Bottom RovvMB. Boyd, 'V. 'Ganahl E. Schneeweis, B. Miller. B. Dickey, F. Song. R. McGavren. B, Waters. U 3 JUNIOR CLASS annual Junior-Senior Banquet in the Costa Mesa clubhouse. Not only was it enjoyed by the seniors but the juniors received a big thrill from giving it .... The juniors have finished three years of preparing for the future and are anticipating their promotion to the position of seniors, feeling that they will continue their high standards to the benefit of themselves and Harbor. THIRTY-THREE . J . X ,AXA .! K X lx . H. SJ 'K .f . . -.111 l , -11" x g.l.u!,A TOP PHOTO: Top Row-G. Mr-Gowaiii. G. Biiigo. H. .-Xrrir-ld. B. De Sutter. J. Helin. R. Lesriiclc. H. Smith. J. Crougliain. J. Mi5Corkell. H. Bairll. C. Booiie. F. Vfells. Second Row- L. Bowcleii. D. Hill. R. Yeiiseii. H, Minat-3. B. Alioiwl. H. Aiidersoii. N. Staffoimi. C. XYilso1i. H. Gruiinly. Mr. Trine. Bottom Rovvg.-X. Arlwrii. B. Smith. J. Durliee. V. Braddy. A. Vfiiitei'lJoui'iie. M. Britton. Y. Graves, N. Kelsey. G. Kill-'leii BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-C. Storing. R. Nimmo. XV. Kaziugy. D. Harvey. R. Burdsaill. J. Hiiiesly. G. Miekelwait, C, Malloy. L. Lloyd. Second Row-B. Jin-ksoii, KY. Brown. V. Rfvssicr, M. Shrfvfle. B. FIIHl'I'l. F. Y--img. M. XYyez's. D. Sinsley. B. Hunter. Miss Bill. Bottom Row4M. Hostetler. J. Sain. B. Oliowell. I. Madison. E. Jeaiies. E. Ariii.-ld. C. Beauclette. L. Bowcieii. J. 'ilieurep THIHTYYFOVR SOPI-ICDMORE CLASS ESIRING to begin their second year right, the sophomores Chose the followivg for their Class officers: President. Robert Nimmog vice president, George Miclzelwtiitg secre- tary, Frank Sheffling Board of Control, Alice Wiiiterbourne .... On April 22 the sophomores sponsored ai night dance uiitler the W, WY.. TOP PHOTO: Ton Row-.I Young. 51. Hiitila. A. Gibson C. Bassett. V. OX2i1'fll4l. P. Hull. F. Sheflin. D. Deakins. J. Desi-hanms. C. Miyuda. E. Rea. Second Row-B. Beuk. L. Benny. M. Davidson. M. Phillips. B. Randal, M. Davis. S, Struther. M. Hinkley, E. Marshall. J. Droege. Y. Ezaki, Miss Tully. Bottom Row-C. Hansen. G. Priest, G. Wugur, M. Estus, T. Torkilson M. Cox. B. Sutherland. M. Gage, J. Fitzpatrirk, C. Phoenix. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-L. Melenclez. H. Honda. J. Wilson. W. Durston. J. Hemsireet. C. Meyers. R. Clemons. J. Wild. G. Harris. M. Nash. Second Row-R. Grey. A. Mello, K. Gerrish. E. Richardson. D. McClintock. S. McClellan. B. Bose. L. Attrirlge. L. Squires. Mr. Thompson. Bottom Row--A. Wheaton. R. Woodhouse. M. Frye. A. Towle. E. Pouncey. D. Strunk, M. Storey, M. Makely. SOPI-IOMORE CLASS auspices of the P.-T. A. which was a great success .... In sports- manship and scholarship they took an active part, having many fellows out for sports and also several members in the Scholarship Society .... The sophomore class, Wishing to be prepared for the future, have done a great deal of satisfactory Work in their second year. May they do just as good work in the future. TH I RTY-FIVE A? ' HOTO: T R -L. Jil nst'n. B, Beldinv. B. Hall. XY. Cassel. G, Poli. D. Donaldson. lC!gPSl?erniazi. Gpgoliiigin. Rdiiakefiy. A. Tempi-. Second Row-Mr. Stnnilding. L. torson. F. Peterson. .J. Stearns. B. Hinsley. D. Smith, O. Borlnerg. A. Truner. vt. Huston J. Hunt. P, Vx'eh5ter. Bottom Row-E. Sneve. M. XYhitney. M. Henflerson, J. Worley. P. Meyers. J. Yale, G, Shiurrl-in D. Burtigin, G, Horner. A. VVillianis. S. Ortego. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Flow-J. Herndon. T. Sanderson. T. Eznlci. F. Tint. E. Barnett. D. Alnionrl. G. Barnett. E. Thomas. B. Beech. D. Sherry, R. Cover. D. L--rd. J. Marziilt. B. Barber. Second Row-Miss Lahti. L. Short. J. Hirtler, C. Armstrong. B. Grundy. R. Mitts. E. Baslains. Z. Robertson. B. Hopkins. J. Chambers. Kv. Minato. D. MeGayren. Bottom Row- N1 H 'n E Bli' E J'ne P ' ' A . .. gig: . Qiing. . o s. . tseorge. XX, Wood. A Spoonlinuer. J. Halstead. B. Croc-l-ter, T. Goto. H. Stevens. THIFLTY-SIX PRES!-IMAN CLASS LTHOUGH this was the first year for the freshmen in Harbor High, they did a good deal toward furthering their education. It was at the beginning of the year that the annual freshman-sophomore war whoop was held. After much shouting on both sides and with a great deal of general excitement the hedraggled freshmen lost to the sophomores. They were initiated to the enjoyment of the entire school .... Under the ahle leadership of Don Donaldson, presidentg George Barnett. vice IAM' fi in x Xjiff 1.1 TOP PHOTO: Top ROWJR. Rainsey. B. Miles. R. Lord, E. Eelwarils. C. XVilso11. .J. Pulgeiivio. C. Ogden. A. Hull. D. Svhiieeweis, VV. VVuters. Second Row: M. Bass. P. Hull. J. Simon. C. Rowell.B.Ritter, L. Siliilling. J. t":iI'illo, P. Gabriel, V. Blur-kst-wk, Miss Perry.. Bottom Row-A, Berry. A. Sliaiii. F. Hill, F. Harvey. P. Cliapnian, J. Marshall. L. Kirk- patrick. L. Craie',M, Elliott. J. Inokuuhi. LOWER PHOTO: Top Flow-f-M. Gore. D. Beardsly, K. Cunningham, K. Ensign, D. VVestox'er, N. Castle. L. Marsh. I.Parker. A. MacAr.la1ns, M. Bridges. Second FZowgC. Burton. R. Grable, B. Lighter, A. VVurdinger. H. Noonan. B. Moody. P. Shafer. J. Lambert. W. Peterkin. T. Honda. Mr. Grahle. Third Row-M. Murphy, M. Berry. A. Blaisdell. E. Lambert. S. Joslyn. R. Campfrela, M. Cannon. E. Orr, G. Whitlock. FRESI-IMAN CLASS president: Frances Harvey, secretaryg and Daren McGavren, Board of Control Representative, the freshman class carried out necessary business .... One assembly was presented and the activity rooms gave several skits which were enjoyed by everyone. The freshmen also sponsored a dance which was a great success .... Besides this many freshmen have been on the Scholarship Society and have shone in sports. All freshmen are looking forward to the day when they shall become sophisticated sophomores. THIR'l'Y-SEVEN . . X .gk , L I f V1 K if S A! gifs dv ' fy , .K fi I :XX W Q, . pf jx l 5 1' 0 . I 'fy J' . ,fl p I vi . 1 I of ,ff , if H ' , l of f i rf, fl S f , K 'i Q X4 0 Q 1 Jr f A I j l 1 f K . y M l 'l' Alffix I' I . 3 lil' 1 ' ff, l 4 t ' 1 f 'I A If 47 in n l 1 ,VJ In W fff f I M11 IL y . I My ' 1- fl AVA 5. f ' wt E Q I I 7 -5' ,- K Q4 I 3 f U 7 I 'I '.'-L J?" 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V -GZALLEON STAFF BETTY LAMBERTON - LOIS DITTMAR - - PATRICIA WHITSON ETHEL GILL - - - GLADYS EDICK - - - MAUREEN MCCLIINTOCK - BETTY LOU OSGOOD - GLENN THOMPSON - - MARY ELIZABETH GRUPE LOREEN WENTWORTH - MARY MCCUE - - - PAT PALMER - - ALLAN SHERRY - - DORIS WENTWORTH - SETSUKO HIRATA - BETTY RAYMOND - MISS ESPEY - - Assistant X ,Qtft l - - Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Business Manager Business Manager - Art Editor - Art Editor Boys' Sports Girls' Sports A - Clubs - Literary Features - - Fine Arts - Administration - - Typist - - Classes Advisor TI-IE 1937-38 BEACCDN ri f. , I VW' f z I .J , , rg A fi A 4 I 4 If ',,f?1,, . pf? 2 Qf, 543 , .fm '- ' . af BEACON STAFF' MARY ELIZABETH GRUPE MAUREENAMCCLINTOCK BETTY LOU OSGOOD Girls' Sports Managing Editor Cartoonist PAT WALDRON BEACON STAFF AT WORK MISS PERRY Editor Advisor GLADYS EDICK MXRY MCCUE SETSUKO HIRATA Activities Features Ext,-lianges Not In the Picture-GEORGE LUMEL, Boys' Sports: FRANCES HARVEY, Business Manager. N PLACE of a six-column sheet, this year's Beacon staff has presented a four-page paper With an attractive new mast .... Working together, greatly aided by their advisor, Miss Perry, the publisher, and the journalism classes, the members of the staff have contrived to present to the Student Body interesting news each Week .... Gladys Edick summarized the news for the Costa Mesa Globe-Herald. l"OltTY-ONE Y-'l VW! Si - 1 THE ROYAL FAMILY CAST Fanny Cavendish - J'Neanne Paulhamus Perry Stewart - - Pat XYaldron Julia Cavendish - Patricia XVhitson Gilbert Marshall - Harry Kidder Anthony Cavendish - - Donald Mead Jo ------ David Dyer Gwen Cavendish - - Patricia Palmer McDermott - - George Bremer Herbert Dean - - - Earnest' Sloman Miss Peake - - Betty Raymond Kitty Le Moyne - Maureen McClintock Gunga - - Vincent Healy Oscar Wolfe - - - Maurice XK'omacli Hallboy - - Bill Dickey cc HE ROYAL FAMILY," a three-act comedy by George Kaufman and Edna Ferber, was presented in the High School Auditorium on December 10 .... It was a color- ful drama depicting the hectic lives of a family of very tempera- mental actors .... An outstanding feature of the set made by the shop and art department was a life-size portrait of Aubrey Caven- dish painted by Betty Osgood. r -fwixlwfiffe at M 1 454 TI-IE OPERATIC REVUE HE Operatic Revue was presented on the evening of March 25, and was the first program of its kind to be given at the school .... It was a production of the music department. consisting of selections from the Operas "Mikado," HH. M. S. Pina- forej' "Sweethearts," and "The Fortune Teller," which had been presented in the preceding years. The Glee clubs, accompanied by the orchestra, presented a concertized version of the Gperetta "Carmen.' '... Muriel Hatch, violinist, was the guest artist of the evening. HTY'Tlll 'X 'S Xa gc' s swf' TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. Phillips. B. Soule. V. Hall. E. Jones. A. Zentner. D. XVestover. N. Castle. M. McCue. L. Bowden. A. Spoonhauer, M. Cannon. Second Row-L. Bowden. D. Burton. L. Shafer. V. Sherman, P. Ashnian. Miss Hiebsch. B. Dodge. G. Sihilling. C. Beaudette. L. VVentxvorth. D. Vventworth. Bottom Row-VV. XV-md. J. Theuret. B. Ohowell, L. Benny. E. Sain. J. Mahlsted. E. Sneve. R. Smith. J. Bailey, P. Hall. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-J. Pulgencio. H. Boyd. R. Johnston. D. Harvey. R. Lesnick. D. Dyer. H. Kidder. R. Burdsell. J. Hinesly. A. Mello. Second Row4C. Storing. J. Chambers. P. Shafer. J. Hehn, D. Bray. J. Harris. M. VVomack. A. XVL1l'CllI'lgE1'. L. Melendez. J. Stearns. Miss Hiebsch. Bottom RowfB. Barnett. C. Malloy. VV. Tait. R. Malloy. G. Harris. F. The-uret, R. Ramsey. D. lNIcGavren. GLEE CLUBS HE OUTSTANDING activity of the Glee Clubs for the year was the work in connection with the Operatic Revue. In addition to this they presented two music assemblies to the Student Body, cooperated with the Scholarship Society in the Christmas program, and sang for the Service Clubs Banquet .... Selected singers from both the boys' and girls' glee clubs took part in the Orange County Music Festival on May G. FORTY- FOUR ORCHESTRA HE orchestra played for the school play, music assemblies, Parent-Teacher's Association, numerous service clubs, and took part in the Operatic Revue. Several members played in the Orange County Music Festival. SEXTETTE I-IE girls' sextette, being a very popular part of the music department, sang in the music assemblies, Parent-Teacher's meetings, exchange assemblies, and before several service clubs and women's clubs. TOP PHOTO: Top Flow--Miss llivbswli, F. Tziit. A, flll1'I'l'Y. lf. Twcr, lt, N1-Ismi, V. Cunningham. D, W4'lllNN'lrI'lll. Second Row Nl. Etlivk, .I, llopliins. I-I. 'Ninn Shook, L. Lillywliilv, V , v mu. X. Il.1ll. lf, BOTTOM PHOTO: L, VVentwortl1. M. Il1v1'fm:in, V, Hall, Miss Ilia-bsvll, E. Wim I I-"mln-v D. Wentworth, it . FORTY-FIVE BIG AND LITTLE SISTERS MOTHERS' TEA CHRISTEI.-XS PARTY Girls' League Cabinet-M. Edick. L. VVentworth. G. Edit-lc. J. Crouglizm. .l. Yale. B. Miller, V. Thompson, R. King, NJ. Boykin. B. Laniberton.. E. Gill. Miss Lahti. FOHTY-SIX GIRLS' LEAGUE Betty Lamberton - - - President Jean Croughan - - - Vice-President Virginia Thompson - - - Secretary Loreen Wentworth - - Treasurer Barbara Miller - - Reporter Miss Lily Lahti - - - Advisor N CARRYING out the purposes of eivie and soeial ideals, the Girls' League has participated in the following activities: Big- Little Sister Party, Christmas Welfare Party. Student Loan Drive, Turkey Trot, and the lVlother's Day Tea, colorful in its peasant theme. In addition to enforcing the uniform rules, the Girls' League held monthly meetings in the form of interesting assemblies stressing the years theme of "Developing Personal Charm." The Cabinet, consisting of officers and committee heads, attended Conventions at Glendale. Santa Ana, and held a meetinv 'Q with the Girls' League Cabinet of Huntington Beach. I-ll-Y CLUB High Mogul - - Richard Carlson Vice-Mogul - - Glenn Thompson Scribe - - - - Bill Neville Gazalio - - - - - Rollo McClellan HE HI-Y is maintained as a leader's Club Whose aim is to promote clean speech, clean sports, and clean habits .... In order to become a member all boys must be voted on for entrance and initiated by the old members. Those initiated this year Were: Bob Janes, George Lumel, Clifton Brooks, Seuchi Honda, and Orval Lloyd .... Under the leadership of Coach Reed the club sponsored the Freshman-Sophomore War Whoop, Clean-Up Week, noon recreation, and the Athletic Carnival on April 1. TOP PHOTO: Top Row-Coach Reed, W. Collins. M. Jordan, O. Lloyd. C. Brooks. B. Janes. B. Duarte. S. Honda. Bottom Row-B. Neville, G. Thompson, D. Carlson. R. McClellan, G. Lumel, R. Irwin. R. Winterbourne. CLEAN-UP WEEK NOON RECREATION WAR WHOOP 5 I p s ..... i 1 5 .. . ' -14 f "' f is ', . 5- i . ' Q 5 .A " 1 A . N .0 we . :- -. A ii ' :Q ' a s FN.. -, ' 1 my .iqyze-5 ,ku gpg fx . jg.: .x ms.. , ,.,, Q- 2.51. . 1'1" 'I' ij '-fit' ' -W.. .... .I , , .. are ,:' Tis-h X .Ig ti' ' 'X' .... lf? l W ' "' X i 5 M' -K K 'W - V ...,- , ' 'j A f J N 1 1 x Q X! ami , FORTY-SEVEN I 44... l TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. Sharman. J, Croughan. E. Gill. B. Lamberton. M. Mt-Clintock. D. Dickey, Miss Adams. Second Row-P. Palmer, L, Dittmar, V. Thompson. A. Sparkes. J. Lugo. J. Cabanne, E, Sain, B. Dyckman. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-A. Sherry, P. Palmer. L. Dittmar. G. Edick. H. Baird, D. Deakins, M. Davidson, M. Phillips. M. Logan. Second Row-R. Winterbouiiie. M. McCue. M. Sharman. M. McClintock. W. Boykin. C. Hansen. H. Grundy. D. Mellott, M. Hinkley. Miss Perry. Bottom RowfM. Wyers. F. Harvey, B. Lamberton, E. Gill. B. Raymond. S. Hirata. J. Yale, S. Joslyn, E. Lambert, E. Orr. TRI-Y CLUB President - - - Alberta Sparkes Vice-President - - Juanita Lugo Secretary ----- Dorothy Dickey Treasurer ---- Betty Lamberton Purpose-To be of service to the school. Activities-Turkey raffle, Christmas dance, snow trip, sponsored Operatic Revue. SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY President ---- Betty Lamberton Maureen McClintock Vice-President - - lVlaureen McClintock Everett Rea Secretary V----- Gladys Edick Treasurer - - - Robert Winterhourne Purpose-To set standards of scholarship and service. Activities-Paralysis Buttons Sale, joined National Honor annual trip to Griffith Park. lfrIt'I'Y-l'jIl1llT Societ3 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA President - - - Allan Sherry Vice-President - - Charles Vucich Secretary ---- Philip Vaughn Treasurer - - Robert Winterbourne Watch Dog - - - Giichi Gmori Advisor ---- - Mr. Parker ITH THE second year of existence completed, the F. F. A. is proud of its organization and the new agriculture build- ing completed this year .... Among the many activities the members have sponsored are: The Father and Son Banquet: The Farm Forum, a part of their community service program: the dill pickle saleg the noon "barnyard" golf tournament and programs for various organizations .... The boys have taken part in judging meets, project competitions and field trips .... They are grateful to the Student Body for the loan fund used in starting their projects. Top llftovv-B. Simon. VV. Cnsscl. D. M1'Clin1m-k, A. Sherry. R. Lesnit-k. C. 'vlll'li'I1. I'. Hall. L' 3111111111531 B. De Sutter. Second Row-S. Ikeda. M. Nash. H. Noonmi, R. Miller. R. lX'l:tkley. I Johnson A Gibson A Cl "stem IV' Pe 'k ' - fi " I1 R VV' t L. . . -. . , . Ill. . 1, 11 ex, Bottom Row C, Opr en. R Nimm . . in ci'- bourne, G. Mc-Gowan, Gilt-hi Omori. B. Hinesly. G. Cover. H. Ni:-kens. L. Johnston. ARTHUR GIBSON YVITH HIS PEDIGREED STOCK ALLAN SHERRY ARTHUR CHRISTEN SPRAYING ORANGE 'IREES XVITH HIS CHICKEN PROJECT if 1' gb: - stt. gfxx .X X, . G. ,.,., XX 8 N S gl, . V. A Q., ..: . ..-, A I FORTY-NINE l TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. Phillips. B. Rziii-lel. V. Hull. Mes R-.-wliiiiils. II. DLlX'lllSi."I1, B. Brig-wii. J. Theuiet. Bottom Rowe? Riuidel. M. Esius. L. Benny. M. Siruiili. S. Hirata. M. Kiiriharil, M. Efilivk. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-D. Hell-lit. Y. J. XY1lhis. E. Miller. R. Miller. F. Young. M. L-'-gun. Second Row-Mi' Tli-viiipsyii. E. Dy-'kiiiain J. lla-Al4ii'y. C. St-+i'iiig. C. Glaser. S. Himta. M. XYvers. Bottom Row-S. Stevens, F. S--rig. F. Oiteso. D. XYeiiiwoi'ili. D. Siiisiey, F. Perriii. R. Wliile. FIFTY l. I B R A R Y C l. U B Prcsidem - - - lliiry Struiik K'ice-Pivsldoiit - - Bcmice Evowii SCCl'Clill'j' - - - Setsulio lliratgi Tl't'LlSllI'L'l' ----- Rheta Isaac Purpose-To furthei' the appreciation for litei'atui'e. Activities-Tea Exhibit of new hooks. Cliristiiias Party. Old Maga- zine Drive. Book Displays. l'3l'USlVlf'lll - - - Doris XYerilxx'o1'lli Vice-Presideiii - - Fitinces U1'l0g0 Sl?Cl'CTLll'B' A--- Edna Miller Pu1'p0SeHT0 develop power and skill iii the coiiimereial field. Activities-Spo1isoi'ed typing contest, puhlislied "The Coiiiiiierciqil Crier." SPANISH CLUB President - - - Josephine Muniz Vice-President - - Herbert Baird Secretary - - Mary Phillips Treasurer ---- Frances Young Purpose-To become acquainted with Spanish customs. Activities-The trip to Pomona College, Spanish Fiesta. VCDCATIONAI. GUIDANCE President - - - Alice Winterbourne Vice-President - - Betty Raymond Secretary ----- Betty Foord Purpose-To study vocations and requirements for them. Activities-Studied college entrance requirements, gave reports on vocations and requirements for them. TOP PHOTO: Top Row-J. Muniz, F. Higuera, M. Wyers, V. llzlll, Miss Anderson, M. Davis. H. G'I'lll1I1Y, 1-fr. VVlllCQll. G. Kirlrler, G. Priest, N. Kelsey, M. Britton. Second Flower E. R1-:1. H. Baird, R. Yensen. M. Hinkley, M. Davidson, M. Cox. M. Flstus, l-C. M:1i'sIi:ill, M. Hustetler. J. Droege, J. M1-Curkell. Bottom ROWWJ. Young. C. Hansen, U. Bziiiwl, M. Phillips. H. Ranrlel, A. Winterhourne. R. Brown, l-3. Sutherland, F. Young. N. Stziflkfiwl. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row G. l'i'ic-st, C. Miyzidzi, .l. Lmmge, IT li'm'l1:14'i:n'i G. Hill, f.. Omnri, Mr. Trine. Second Row P. Aslinizin. D. Shade. R. Wurlv, F. Perrin, N. Britton. M. Cox, B. Fourcl, A. VVinterboux'ne. FIFTYfONE 0 K 0? V 09 1 f Q . I K Q ' if ij 5' . to -5' 1 T f P. of J .ji Top Photo: Ir. Trina. D. Harvey. E. Simon. A. Boelini. C. Brooks. H. Smith. J. Keeler. B. Beek. J. Deschanip. F. XYells. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-A. Mello. B. Clemons. J. Crouglian, B. St. Clair. C. Buck- land. E. Bose. D. Hafner. Miss Rowlands. Second Row-J. Heinstreet. K. Gerrisli. B. Bose, T. Knowlton, V. Parkes. D. Mavkey. R. Renders. NAVIGATION CLUB Skipper - - Clifton Brooks VIFTY-TXVVJ Yooman ------ Frank 'Wells Purpose-To learn the art of navigation. Activities-Read Compasses, charted courses to Catalina and Santa Monica, learned the handling of all kinds of boats. FISI-IERMEN CLUB Prosidonl -.-- Cltxirlvs Bticklaml Ext-Ctitivtf SliCl'P1ill'j' - - - Bill St. Clair Rucorcling Sl.'Cl'L'l!ll'5 Y f Ymcont Parkas PLll'DOSC4TO understand the Sport of fishing and its equipments. Activities-School dance. fishing trips. craft activities. oxliibits. TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. Sinnott, F. Swanson, M. Gibson, H. Boyd, R. Johnston, R. Hirtler. B. Foster, E. Wagner, M. Jordan. Second Row-Mr. Reed. P. Vaughn, D. McClintock, T. Andrews, E. Hoinmel, W. Collins, B. Dickey, J, Merriam. Bottom RowfF. Moore. W, Flint, J. Lockwood, G. Luinel, R. Crowley, R. McClellan. H. Lighter, R. Irwin. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-J. Cabanne, S. McClellan, G. Mickelwait, H. Cottle, L. Pulgencio, D. Deakins, L. Lloyd, V, Cunningham, V. Ganahl. Mr, Hamblet. Second Fiow-V. Rossier. J. Fitzpatrick, M. Davis, C. Phoenix, J. Sain, P. Palmer. F L I VV E R C I. U I3 Chief Plug ------ George Lumel Second Plug - - Ray Crowley Motometer - - - Bill Dickey Gas Tank - - - Phil Vaughn Muffler ------- Rollo McClellan Purpose-To educate the car owner on the functions of the mechanical parts of his car. Activities-Week-end trips, movies, talks given during club meetings. ARC!-IERY CLUB President ------ Christine Phoenix Vice-President - - - - Bill Lester Secretary - ------- June Sain Purpose-To learn how to use the bow and arrow skillfully. Activities-Sponsored archery contests, shot for prizes of arrows and ice cream. FIFTY-THREE 1 l if l TOP PHOTO: Top Rowflvl. Logan. M. Edick. M, Mc-Cue. D. Shade. L, Lillywliite. P. VVhitson. N. Britton. M, Wallace. F. Swingle. Second Row-XV. Boykin. P. Aslnnan. R. King. G. Sihiling. A, Zentner. F. Ort-ego. H. Leatlierwood. M. Hoffman. A. Milburn. Miss Selland. Bottom Row-M. Sliarman. B. Lamberton. E. Gill. B. Raymond. S. Hirata. M. Kurihara. J. Lugo. A, Sparkes. M. Grupe. Y BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Fx'owgG. Edick. R. McGaVren. B. Miller, B, Oliowell. E, A. Miller. J. MacAlary. D. Mellott. R. VVade. Second Row-D. Morris. M. Frye. V. J, YVillits. B. Dyckman. R. Miller. I. Focht. S. Stevens. Miss Bill. Bottom Row-M. Tlininpson, V. Thompson. M. Shrode. B. Foord. D. Sinsley. F. Song. M. Jenkins. C. Beautlette, FI FTY-FOUR BAC!-IELORETTES' CLUB President ---- Marjory Sliarman Vice-President - - Mary Elisbetli Grupo Secretary - - - Alberta Sparkes Reporter ----- Betty Lamlicrton Purpose-To discuss us as we are today and lxow we can improve ourselves. Activities-Sponsored a Girls' League assembly. held discussions on etiquette. A HANDICRAFT CLLJ B President ----- Edna Alice Miller Vice-President - - - - Betty Foord Reporter -f---- Ruby Miller Purpose-To make and complete at least one garment during tlie year. Activities-A display of work done throughout the school year. TOP PHOTO: Top Row-C. Storing. G. Harris. W. Brown. D. Mead. A. Miller. V. Healy. C. Glaser. ivlr. Anderson. Bottom Row-B. Gouge. E. Stanley, J. Durkee. D. Williamson. D. Wentworth. L. Wentworth. M. Storey. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-C. Wilson. R. Grey. C. Gage. D. Dyer. D. Hill. Mr. VVorvlen. Fiottom Row-R. VVIIIUIQY, D. Renders. E. Jeanes. F. Inokuchi. E. J, Allen. J. Orr. B. Smile. B. J. De Wolfe. FOTO CLUB President - - - - Donald Mead Vice-President - - - Doris Wentworth Secretary-Treasurer - Loreen Wentworth Purpose---To learn the process of taking and printing pictures. Activities-Picture contests. CAMERA CLUB President ---- - David Dyer Vice-President - - - - Donald Hill Secretary-Treasurer - Betty De XfVolfe Purpose-To learn more of the process of developing, and enlarging pictures. Activities-Snap shot contests. FIFTY-FIVE TOP PHOTO: Top Row-N. Stafford. B. Oliowell. V. Rossier. C. Phoenix. J. Sain. L. Lloyd. Second Row-Mr. Hamblet. S. Mt-Clellan. V. Ganahl, M. Davis. Y. Cunningham. J. Fitz- patrick. T. Grupe. Bottom Row-H. Cottle, B. De Sutter. E. Richardson. L. Pulgeneio. H. Anderson. B. Boyd. R. Lesniek. BOTTOM PHOTO: M. Strunk. G. XYl1gt1l', E. J. Allen. M. Estus. Miss Rowland. L. Funk J. Orr. E. Ediek. S. Hirata. NATURAL HISTORY CLUB President - - Edward Richardson Vice-President - - - - Bob Boyd Secretary - - - Christine Phoenix Purpose-The study and appreciation of natural life. Activities-lVlovies. talks given at Club meetings. LIBRARY STAFF In meetings held every Wednesday afternoon after school. the Library Staff discussed library problems. During this time reports on books, authors, and library technique were given. The meet- ings were often followed by varied entertainment. l'll"'i Yfflf-Q DRILL TEAM NDER THE capable leadership of Miss Adams, who planned all the formations, the drill team proved to be one of the most interesting activities of the year. The girls performed at the Athletic Carnival, forming words such as "Harbor Hi." MASQUE AND FOIL CLUB President ---- Maurice Womack Vice-President - - Loreen Wentworth Secretary-Treasurer - - Grace Sihilling Purpose-To further the appreciation of the theater. Activities-Property and Costume Drive, talks on play and authors. TOP PHOTO: Top Row-S. Joslyn, M. Sharman, B. Brown. M. M1-Cue. J. Yale. D. William- son. B. Chapman. M. Cox, D. Westover. P. George, B. Sutherland, M. l-Iostetls-r. Fl. Mzirslnaill. H. Grundy. P. Palmer. Second Row-C. Hansen, M. Edifgk. G. Shook, M. Aiitlerstiii. ll Miller, J. Cl'UU,C1,'l'H1ll, G. Edick. V. J. Willits, A. Arborn, M. E. Ileiimlfwsoli, G, Horner, M, Berry. E, Ensign, C. Cunningham. G. Baird. Third ROWPM. E, Grupo, A. SIHll'lil'S. V. Thompson. R. Mc'Gavren, E. Sain, B. Lamberton, E. Gill, F. Young, M. Gupge-, M. lX'llll'Illlj'. A. McAdams, P. Webster, L. Dittmar, Miss Adams. Bottom Row-D. Dil-ke-y, J. Lugo, M. Moon. J. Marshall, M. Moss. N. Castle, F. Perrin. J. Worley. D, Bezuwlslc-y, N. K4-lsvy. V. Blackstock, M. Davis. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-M. Hinkley. M. Moss. M. Woman:-k. E. Slonmii, M. Mwt'li11l.,vIc L. Wentworth. Miss Tully. Second Row-B. Miller, P. Palmer, L. Rowmlvii, V. '1'l1oinpsm1, S Strother, G. Sihilling. Avli- FIFTY-SEVEN TOP PHOTO: Top Row-R. Miller. M, Anderson. P. Miller, E. A. Miller. J. Mc.-Xlarv. Y. Thompson, L. Dittmar. Miss Lahti. Second ROWPD. Me-llott. G. Lt-rtoii. G. Edick. X, J. VVil1its. B. Dycknian. R. McGavren. B. Miller. B. J, De xx'-life. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-H. Baird. R. Cottle, E. Simon. XY, Laiikfoiwl. C. Bassett. Second Row-Mr. Rea. R. Irwin. C. Buckland. Mr. XYOI'd81'l. l'll'TYel'jI4 PHT US!-IERETTES HE USHERETTES deserve much praise for the fine way in which they have taken charge of seating large audiences at the school programs. Under the direction of Miss Lahti and Gladys Edick these junior girls ushered at the school play. AthletQc Carnival, Basketball games. Music Concert and Graduation Exer- cises. TECHNICAL STAFF HE SCHOOLS' TECHNICAL STAFF consists of electricians who work thc stage lights for school programs, the stage crew who help set sceneries for assenihlies. and the "mike" crew, who work the "mike" at different school activities. These fellows do a fine job and deserve a great deal of credit for their service to the school. l CAFETERIA STAFF - CARETAKEFIS TOP PHOTO: Top Fiow4C, Arnold. J, Wild. Mr. Rea, Mrs, Czuniivhael. H. Kulrle,-r. Second RowgP. Miller. M, Anderson. R, Miller. J, Theuret, L. Bowden. I. For-ht. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-J, Rollins. B. Frink. F. Stieve. A. Ogden. B. Slizwiiiaui J Second Row-A. Phoenix. A. Hartman. E. George. Il. Rnliilis-ni. R. Messing. CAFETERMiSTAFF HE CAFETERIA STAFF has had a most successful year. Living up to their motto, "Full stomachs for Harbor," they have given us not only excellent menus, both in quality and quantity, but also excellent service. They are to be congratulated on their fine work. CARETAKERS NE OF THE most important groups of Harbor High is the caretakers. They take much pride in keeping the grounds and buildings looking clean and attractive, and many hours of careful Work are spent each day seeing that we have a school to be proud of. FIFTY-NINE U iw Q -. l sr ! 1 f , 1 , W.'ef,9f" WM ' : ,V jifywf it M! " l I N Q I S P 0 R T S PORTSMANSHIP . . . a quality essential to every game . . . especially to life . . . the great- est game of all .... In all future contacts sports- manship will play a leading roll . . . not only on a small personal scale . . . but in the world of politics . . . business . . . finance and many large enter- prises .... Thus basic training in our own physical education department contributes toward the ulti- mate goal of citizenship . . . a privilege and respon- sibility we all obtain . . . and this contribution revealed in all departments of school life will prove invaluable to the horizon of the future . . . cooperation . . . world peace . . . tomorrow! MARY MCCUE S if it QV in SIXTY BOOK FOUR MAUREEN MCCLINTOCK M T R w-Al Wurdinger. R. McClellan. B. Boyd, E. Simon, R. Thompson, A. Boehm, K. Aggorn? O, Lloyd. J. Lockwood. Second. RowfCoach Spaulding. C. Brooks. P. Vaulghnb D. McClintock. C. Buckland, H, Cottle. R. Miller. J. Carich, Coach Reed. BottomvIRoxW Hon- aldson. F. Sheflin, R. Carlson. L, Pulgencio, G. Thompson, G. Lumel, R. Irwin. . o ins. M. Coe. VARSITY FOOTBALL HE '37 football season started with Harbor varsity being favorites for the cellar position in the newly formed Sunset League. The squad, which was exceptionally light, had only three veterans and some graduates from the '36 Championship Bee squad, together forming only two teams which started the toughest season in Harbors history .... Coach Reed started the squad out by giving them the traditional Harbor Uwill to win,' and the players went forth to prove that the smallest school in the league was also the toughest and scrappiest .... Injuries alone and nothing else kept the Harbor battlers from winning their first varsity football title, so they contented themselves with second place honors .... The high spot of the season was the 19-14 victory over the Excelsior undefeated champions .... Members of the All Sunset League team from Harbor were Rollo McClellan, fullback: Glenn Thompson, quarterback, and George Lumel, center. Ralph Irwin, tackle, placed on the second string .... A gold figure of a football player given by Troutman Schultz to the most outstand- ing and valuable player in the Sunset League was awarded to Glenn Thompson. Jpgfdxbwv SCORES Harbor-0 Laguna-12 Harbor-0 Anaheim-12 Harbor-6 Bonita-0 Harbor .lm-dun-0 Harbor-13 Claremont-0 Harbor-l 9 Excelsior-l-1 Harbor- Garden Grove-0 Ha rhor- Huntington-0 Harbor Orange-6 SIXTY-TWO VARSITY FOOTBALL 'M' ""'E 5 , Q nlir ' E , , ty S., M N ,,., ,, 5" Q4 f W Q N Q K A W i ,. 24 X G. Th R. Carlson Coaches R. Thumpson E. simon Reed Spauldmg 'v. Clfillill Managers M- C09 G.MarZo1f. J. Droege. D. Deakius, C. Storing R- MCCIQHHU R. Irwin G. Lumel F, Sheflin P. Vaughn S . IXTY-THREE COL.. ii. 1 lr if TOP PHOTO: Top Row-B. Duarte. W. Peterkin, C. Meyers, M. Nash, M. Lumel. W. Cassel. E. Richardson, B. Vfaters, J. Hemstreet, G. Omori. Second Rowe-Coach Trlne, H. Lighter, M. Jordan, F. Miller, YV. Flint. R. Ritter, G. Markel, J. Hinesly, L. Marshall. Bottom Row- Y, Ezaki. E. Schneeweis. G. Mickelwait, J. Keeler, B. Janes, C, Milburn, S. Honda. G. Matoba. B TTOIVI PHOTO: T Fl -H. Arnfld. R. Grable, W. Sherman, B. Lester. D. Almond, C. Ogden. C. Malloy. B.OI.r?ighftgi, E. Rea? Second Row-Coach Parker, T. Ezaki, YV. Grundy. J. Croughan. V. Parkes, C. Wilscmii, J. McCorkell, J. Carillo, D. Sehneeweis. Bottom Row-F. Wells L. Lloyd, B. Hinesly, S. McClellan, N, Stafford, VV. Wate1's, C. Miyada. K, Gerrish, F. Peterson. BEE AND CEE FOOTBALL R. TRINES Bee football team started out with the odds against them. They had but two "first stringersn returning from the '36 championship squad and only Il few substitutes, but they did have an abundance of new material. As usual, Mr. Trine moulded them into a strong, fighting football machine that was not easily defeated, even by the Excelsior champions. This team Won half of its games due to its strong line and exceptional end and quarterback, Bob Janes .... Cee football, coached by Mr. Parker, was not too successful but these "little men of Harborv were stubborn fighters and all of them had a scrappy spirit. The Cee season was longer than usual and brought out a good deal of talent for future Varsity and Bee teams. SIXTY-FOUR VARSITY AND BEE BASKETBALL HE '38 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM seemed to be Harbor's "White Elephant" of the sports department. The team Went through the season without a single league victory. Although they often outplayed their Contestants on the floor, "Lady Luck" always turned against them. Dick Spaulding did a fine job of Coaching but it is impossible to build a basketball team with short players .... Mr. Hamblet's "Bees" fared slightly better, ending up with a tie for third place in the Sunset League. Captain Mickelwait led these boys well and they gave the best teams a close battle. TOP PHOTO: Top Flow-R. Czirlsun. G. Tliunipsoii. G, Siin-ni, L Pulpqeii-'i-j, D. Mend. P. Vaughn. XV, Collins. B. Neville, Coax-li Spaulding. Bottom Row -II. U4-tile-. C. Buvklaintl, J, Low.-riwood. R. Irwin. F. Sheflin. U. LM-iuilus-ni. Li. Lumei. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-C-lavli Humblet. M. Jtlllllllll. M. Yielv. 41. Mzuliel. l'. Sliafer. B, .lanes R. Ritter. Bottom Row--Y. Ezaki. G. Mivkelwtiit, E. Ri-'lm:i1'mlso1i. U. lllilburn, M. Simiott. E. Schneeweis. J. Keeler. Q Lvbf 'TT SIXTY-FIVE 41--I l HOTO: T Ft JJ. C han, S. McClellan, T. Ezaki. F. Tait, H. Noonan. Coach Egg: pBottom Rgxgv-lg3'wPetersdg?1gTI. Parkes, G. Barnett, J. McCorkell, W. Peterkin. TO: T R -C1 :l Reed. B. Wiiiterbourne, E. Rea. FA. Wells. T. Sanderson. lgto-S-53Hle.p'I-ip Bowci?tFt, Carat-lilgegr. Bottom Row-D. Smith. B. Hine-sly, J. Carlllo. W. Grundy, G. Marzolf, D. McGavren, B. Miles. CEE AND DEE BASKETBALL HIS YEAR, after a long lapse, Cee and Dee basketball was resumed in order to give the small boys a chance to partici- pate and to improve future varsity material. Mr. Geer took over the coaching responsibilities and put out the two best teams of the season .... The Cees had a very successful season, losing the championship by only four points. These little men ended their successful season in second place in the league standing .... Class Dee basketball was quite successful also. These "mitey" men subdued the champion Huntington Oilers in their final tilt. SIXTY-SIX Top Row-Coach Reed, R. Bfmb D. M.-Cl' tiwk. C. B ikl' .l . , Tl ' " ' ' r ' C Brooks s ond R W G' swf R'M1'cf11 UL 1 dill' A Mem' D' Bm' X' Healy . L. ec o -. irnm, . c e an. F. S e . O. Llljd. J. L. 'k ' l, G Thompson. D. Donaldson. R. Irwin. Bottom Row-W. Brown. Bl. Boyd. Parks, Xrld'iSews. VARSITY TRACK HE FIRST track season in the Sunset League proved to be a very successful one for Harbor's varsity cinder squad. For the first time in eight years of track at Harbor the league championship was decided on by dual track meets, with the league meet emphasizing individual participation .... Harbor's mighty squad subdued Orange, Anaheim, Jordan, and Huntington Beach, each in their turn, but slipped up by bowing to Excelsior after a close contest. The squad had been defeated only once all season, but even this failed to keep a championship from Harbors hands for she held these honors with Jordan and Excelsior. How- ever, the team refused to be less than the best and proved itself to be superior by winning the League Meet. TRACK RECORDS EVENT HOLDER RECORD DATE 100 Yd. R. McClellan 10.2' 1938 220 Yd. A. Ogden 23.1' 1934 440 Yd. D. Jones 54.2" 1935 880 Yd. E. King 2' .035" 1934 Mile B. Nimmo 4' .52" 1935 120 H. H B. Brown 16" 1932 220 L. H. O. Lloyd 25.1' 1938 Shot J. Lockwood 46' 1937 Discus W. Kelly 126' 12,7 1937 Broad Jump B. Haun r 212' 1937 Hi Jump W. Kelly 3' 934 1936 Pole Vault B. Griffin 172, 1936 880 Relay L. Pulgencio 1' .330 1938 R. Bomboy O. Lloyd R. McClellan SIXTY-SEVEN -,G l TOP PHOTO: Top Row-Coach Reed, T. Knowlton. J, Hemstreet, B. Simon, F. Moore, B. De Sutter, T. Grupe. Second Row-W. Brown, Y. Ezaki, G. Mickelwait. WV. Lankford. B. Ritter, S. Ikeda, E. Hommel. Bottom Row-B. Duarte, B. Waters. J. Keeler, E. Richardson. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Rowffloach Reed, N. Stafford, J. McCorkell, F. Tait. C. Rowell, G. Barnett, J, Carrillo, Y. Honda, D. McGavren. Second Row-D. Smith, L. Lloyd. J. Barber, A, Gibson. W. Peterkin, D. Almond. S. McClellan, G. Miyada. E. Rea. Bottom Flow-C. Miyada, S. Honda, J. Croughan, S. Yamami, R. Bacon. BEE AND CEE TRACK HE VARSITY was not the only good track team which Harbor turned out this spring. The Bees also showed great power in all of the track and field events. Although they did not Win the championship, they defeated every team but Jor- dan .... At the first of the season, the Cee track team had more potential power than either the varsity or Bees. The team, how- ever, placed fifth since many of the members were moved up to varsity and Bee ranks. SIXTY-EIGHT X 2 wi .,, Q ' 1 1? gw....,.,....Xt ,J ..., . ,. .f is iv L ""' 3 " N . , N . 'V . 'I f Q ' 11. I . 5 I '- Vx . . r ' 1 -:... ' 4' if 4 I 2. I - .fy . A is 1 Q. sf f tk ., t g ram N- -v:,".t' A. ff 2. .1129 I iq-'ttf' 51 Q, V . I r g- A . ' . " S TOP PHOTO: Top RowfCoach Spaulding, B. Miles. S. Ml'ClelIan, F. Tait. D. Donaldson. M. Womack. R. McClellan. G. Marzolf. Second Row-W. Flint. H. Cottle. F. Sheflin. M. Jordan, G. Markel. G. Thompson, B. Ritter. H. Honda. Bottom Row-A. Mello, G, Luniel. C. Milburn, W. Durston. L. Pulgencio. W. Collins, R. Carlson, T. Ezaki. SECOND PHOTO: Top Row-G. Garnett. D. Mead, R. Thompson. J. Droege, G. Mic-l-telwait. L. Lloyd. Second Row--J. Young, J. McCorkell, C. Basset, B. Lester. F. Wells, E. Rea. Mr. Hamblet. Bottom Row-R. Wiiiterbourne, V. Healy. M. Lumel, C. Buckland, C. Rowell, J. Merriam. THIRD PHOTO: Top Row-G. Simon. C. Brooks, V. Healy. Bottom Row-B. Boyd. C. Burlingame, J. Keeler. TENNIS. . SWIMMING . .BASEBALL ASEBALL was played this year for the first time in Har- bor's history. The change from softball, and the inexper- I ience of the players, led to a poor season, although great improvement was shown in the last few games. This springs tennis team was fairly successful. The members Won over half of their meets with V. Healy, J. Merriam, and D. Mead being the outstanding performers of the squad. At the time of press the swimming team was just being or- ganized. A team, consisting of Clifton Brooks, and several recruits was looking forward to a good season. SIXTY-NINE MINOR SPORTS NE OF THE outstanding features of Harbor's athletics is the annual Minor sports tournament which is climaxed by the annual Athletic Carnival. The winners and runners up in the events were as follows: Boxing Heavyweight 160 lbs. 145 lbs. 130 lbs. 115 lbs. 100 lbs. Other Events Wrestling Tumbling Ping Pong Foul Shooting Log Riding Winner R. Thompson J . Hehn M. Coe T. Knowlton W. Waters G. Marzolf R. Irwin H. Kidder T. Ezaki J. McCorkell D. McClintock Rope Climb L. Marshall Decathlon R. McClellan Obstacle Relay Seniors Runner Up E. Beatty R. McClellan W. Peterkin S. McClellan B. Lighter B. Hinesly R. Thompson F. Wells G. Omori E. Schneeweis W. Peterkin M. McCorkell O. Lloyd Juniors Minor sports letters were given to those earning a total of ten points OI' OVGF. W. Peterkin was high point man with S. McClellan, D. McClintock, J. McCorkell, R. Irwin, M. McCorkell, R. Crowley, and W. Waters winnin awards also. SEVENTY g .5-Ln .J-. '. :Z is U.. ,f,. A- K 1 x x L.. 3 1 , X ..q-.,w- li L f -.L fm- - -- - -.-1 5 qv ' - 1 -12:4-. 5:51 - - ,f 1... - f i - fiarjqln 3 .., ,-,k. A , . .4..'-N .- K - -1" - Z i ,- . ,Q-.-V -gi.-.5 , - ' ir?-fag 5 GIRLS' SPORTS gg :QQQH aj I Y + 1 Q l ' ff 2. 1 Q 2 A ,..f ' " -- 1 :fr ' " 213551: ' ' " 2----lt 1 E ' -Zfli iz 3555-fefiigaa-. - ' M A -.L X ' " - ' ' . Ir ' . , . er - ,. : ' .-: pf, EL -, 1' ' Q.lQf:iLQ " 1 -.- , ,v . , 3 J F4 -'ff " '- . 'V i 3 ' ,IF E ,gy 2 5 f' ,. 1 .-gf, 7 , 5 . 15.-Q51-:. . - Q IV 5531 1 g. , ' , VA 15 r ,S 5 A y I -,zz-e' v -. 5 . -Y V - - G-Q5 W r ,vm , N.. ,, - 55. RIAUREEN BLQC Yi--5-!z-.a,2.4:v-4-Q LINTOCK SEYEXTY-ONE G. A. A. BOARD-L. Vlfenaworth, A. 'Sparkes' L. Dittmar. J., Cabanne, M. Sharman, E. Sain. Xa -9. X J' WY X Q A K , N i . i K . . X . ex XX V S 1 xxx: X a . Xt. X . xf' ,I ,KK . J it :'i'lVI'lN'l'Y-'I'WfJ E, Miller, C. Phoenix, E. Gill, J. Lugo, Miss Adams. X, is .'l X A GIRLS' seoats X T THE completion of its eighth year the G. A. A. boasts of a large membership and scope of activities. After sponsor- ing a successful New Year's Dance, the G. A. A. held the banquet which had "Sports of All Nations" for its theme. . . . A new feature of the year was the entrance of several members in the county swimming meet at Santa Ana .... Due to the increasing number of sports offered, the point requirements were raised. High point winner for this year was Ethel Gill, with Juanita Lugo a close second .... Those awarded chenniles were: Jean Croughan, Mary Elisbeth Grupe, Betty Lamberton, Lois Dittmar, Jeanne Cabanne, Doris Wentworth, Marjorie Edick, Phoebe Miller, Joyce Orr, Marjory Sharman, and Ruby Miller .... Gfficers for the year were: Juanita Lugo, president, Lois Dittmar, vice-president, Marjory Sharman, secretary, Ethel Gill, treasurer, Mary Elisbeth Grupe, reporter. Managers were: Jeanne Cabanne, basketball, Loreen Wentworth, hockeyg Alberta Sparkes, volley- annual wballg Christine Phoenix, tennis, Eudell Sain, baseball, and Edna Alice Miller, badminton. l TOP PHOTO: Top Row-L. Dittniar. R. Ml'GLiX'I'9ll, V. Thompson. P. Miller. Miss Aflums. M, Anderson. R, Miller. J.Oi'r. Second Row-D. VVentwnrth. M. Sli:irin:in. 43. lrlmlivlc, B, Dycknian. E. Gill, B. Launlwertoii J. Cimilgliuii. B. Brown. Bottom Row--V. .I. Willils. J. Lugo. E. Sain. J. Czilianne. M. Edivli. M. E. Grupe. A, Sparkes. D. Diwkey. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-M, Gore. F. Young. M, VVyei's. M. Davis. li. VVestox'ei'. D. Williamson. Miss Adams. M. Hostetler. M, Moon. A. Shain. B. Belcling, N. Castle. Second Row-B. Randel. M, Karlson, D. Sinsley. E. Stanley, C. Hansen. V. Rossier, M. Gage. B. Crocker. J. Inockurhi. C. Corson. Third Row--H. Grundy, J. Marshall. A. M. Arlvorn. B. Sutherland. G. Shook. J. Yale. J. Sain. C. Phoenix. M. Davidson. Bottom Row-M. Hinkley. P. Myers. P. Gabriel, P. Hall. A. Wfilliams. J. Fitzpatrick, A. Wi11tei'lmi1i'iie. BASKETBALL EAMS developed through Cooperation and fine Coaching, Carried basketball, the first sport of the year, through a successful season .... The sophomores won the interclass Championship, with the seniors Close runners up .... The first team play day was held at Fullerton With all teams victorious, and ai second team play day was held at Orange .... The Captains Were: Geraldine Shook, freshmang Betty Sutherland, sophomoresg Eudell Sain, juniorsg and Marjorie Edick. seniors .... As a finale of the season the faculty Challenged the seniors to a night game. At the request of the faculty the score will not be published. SEYENTY-THREE HOTO: To Row-M. E. Grupe. G, Edick. V. J. Willits. M. Sharnian. V. Tlionipson. Zdams, B, Bgown. J, Orr, L. Dittmar. J, Cabanne., D. Mellot. Second Flow4D. Went- worth. R. Miller. M. Anclerson. J. Croughan. M. Mr-Clintoek. L. Lillywlnte. E. A. Miller. B Dyf-kinan. P, Palmer. Bottom Row-A. Sparkes. P. Miller, E, Gill. B. Lamberton. L: Wentworth. M. Thompson. D, Dir-key. M. Davis. E. Safn, J. Lugo, BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-G. Horner. B. Belding, P, Myers. P. Hall. M. Moon, Miss Adams. D. Williamson. A. MvAriains. J. Worley. C. Corsnii, A. Winterbourne. Second Row- J Fitzpatrick. D. Westover. M. Davidson, G. Shook, M. Davis, D. S-inslev. C. Hansen. M Hr,nSIF:IlE'T, H. Grundy. B. Cruz-lcer. B. Fiiorfi, M. Cox. Third ROWAN. Castle, C, Phoenix. J 'Saiir V. Rossier. J. Marsrlieil. E. Stanley. B. Sutherland F. Young, M. Wyers. S. Strotlier. P. Chapman. Bottom Row-J. Theuret. M. Moss, P. Gabriel, M. Hinkley. B. Randel. M. E. Henderson. HOCKEY OCKEY SEASON, which followed basketball was fun for all those who participated. The sophomores, by a margin of one goal in the Championship game, were the Victors in ei close race with the seniors. The Captains for the Classes Were: Betty Lamberton. seniorg Virginia Thompson, juniorg Earlynn Stanley, sophomoreg and Jean Mzirslizill, freshmen. Hockey playday was called off because of the deluge of rains, but later juniors and Seniors had ai hoc-key game with Huntington Bezieh on the home field and sophomores and freshmen played at Huntington. SEVPIN'l'Y-l"f,JllH LJ-fe -B :sr-f if .. 1 isa? TOP PHOTO: Top Row-J. Orr E. Ginpe L. Dittnizii P. Paliiiex .T Lili' 13 Szluiliinz. G. Ediigl-Q. B. Ei'-Ariz. Bl. Eiliili. Second Row--Miss Ailnins C. Estii-i I' Millet Bl Aiiiiersoii. R. Miller. P. YVNIISNII Y. Tli-.trims-iii D. Mellott L lnllywliite Bottom Row--Bl IxIti'll1iv.i-ls M. Sharman. M. Davis, A Sparkes. D. Dill-Ley, B. Lzinil-erton J. C!'ovig!ioi. E. Gill. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-N, Castle F. Young A Rl. Ari--.tin B iuflieilnnil D. Vhlliriiii- sl,-ii. M. Davidson. Bl. Davis. B. Foo!-.i C. Corsi.-ig. Second Rowell SZPV-31.5 Bliss Atlizns, C. Cunningham. B. Belfiling. P. Hall G. Sli-.1-.-li. J. Marshall. J. 51111. C' Pli'-enix J. XV'-rlejf. Third Flow-E. Lambert. VV. Thweat. G, Horner. P. Ge--rg-9. Y. R-fssmer P. Galiriel. D. Beardsley. S. Str-i-ther. BI. Hinkley. M. Hostetler. Bottom Row-Bl. E. HEll"l9lAS"l'. J. Inol-iuclii, M. Moss. E. Stanley. C. Hansen. H. A. Grniidy. J. Fitzi'-aiimk. VOLLEYBALL HE SHORT but snappy Volleyball season proved to be one of the most interesting of the year. The seniors were inter- Class Champions and the sophomores ended up in second place .... Playday was held at Tustin. all teams being defeated except the sophomores. Captains for the teams were: Dorothy Dickey. senior: Marion Davis. junior: Virginia Rossier. sophomore. and Pat Gabriel. freshmen. 5EX'lifiTY-FIVE l l TOP PHOTO: Top Row-P. Alexander. V. Thompson. E. Miller. P. Miller. R. Miller. M. Anderson. M. Davis. M. Sharrnan. Second Row-PG. Schilling. J. Croiigliaii. B. Dyckinan. G. Edick. N. Aiexander. V, VVi1lits. B. Lambertoii. M. Grupe. Miss Adams. Third ROWAE. Gill. D. Dickey. D. Mellott. E. Sain. L. Lilywhite. A. Sparkes. D. VNY6'IliXVUl'lh. L. XYentwortli. Bottom Row-J. Orr. P. Palmer. J. Cahanne. L. Dittmar. J. Lugo. B. Brown. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-E. Handel. A. Towle. H. Reil. M. Moss. M. VVyers. E. Sneye. V. Bossier. A. Arborn. M. Davis. E. Stanley. C. Corson. A. xyinterbouriie. Second Row-P. Myers. G. Horner. C. Cunningham. M. Davidson. P. George. D. VVill1amsnn. B. Sutherland. C. Phoenix. B. Ftmrd. L. Bowden. S. Strother. Third Row-M. Gage. J. Inokuvlii. J. Tlieuret. M. Hostetler, F. Young. P. Hall. G. Shook. J. Marshall. H. Grundy. J. Sain. Bottom Row- W. Thweat G VVh1tlock N. Castle. B. Belding A. VVillianis. G. Fziucett. M. Hinkley. C. Hansen, J. Fitzpatrick. BASEBALL HE "OLD FAITI-lFUL"of all sports. Though baseball is the final sport, winding up a year of successful participa- tion, it stands highest in many of the minds of active G. A. Afers. This year baseball playday was held at Brea Olinda. lnlerclass Championship went to the senior class. Captains for the teams Were: Senior, Lenore Lillywliiteg junior, Doris Mellottg sophomore, Frances Youngg freshman, Phyliss Hall. SIQVI'lN'I'Y-SIX TOP PHOTO: Top Row-M. Hinkley. S. Stiwftlier. D. Dir-key, E, Gill. J. Lugo, M. lXIt'Cl1iit.wk, R. Miller. M. Anderson. J. Orr. Second Row-Miss Selland. A. Sparkes, P. NVhitson, P. Miller. B. Sutherland. D. Vvilliainson, L. Lilywhite. M. Hostetler. M. Moss, N. Castle, M. Sharinan. Flottom Flow-G. VVorley, G. Horner. J. Cabainne. J. Sain. C. Phoenix. J. Mzirslizill, G. Shook. H. Grundy. B. Belding. BOTTOM PHOTO: Top Row-F. Young. M. Davidson. M. Estus, P. George. V. Hossier. M, Wyers. C. Phoenix. P. Miller. M, Anderson, R. Miller. Second Row-Miss Atlziins. L. Wentworth. J. Yale, M. Britton, M. Davis. D. VVillianison, E. Gill. M. MvCliiit4mk, B. Sutherland. J. Sain. E. Sain, D. VVentwoi'tli. Miss Sellantl. Third Row-L. Ditt1n:ii', V. Thompson. M. Cox. M. Hinkley, J. Marshall. E. Miller. M. Grupe. B. Dyrknnin, C, Hansen, H. Grundy. Bottom Row-P. Palmer. G. Horner. N. Castle. G. Shook. C. Corsi-n, G. Fauvet. J. Cabanne. J. Fitzpatrick. A, VVinterbourne. TENNIS. .BADNIINTON ENNIS was open for two seasons this year, one during the winter, and the other this spring, thus enabling more to come out and make the team. Singles were: J. Lugo, C. Phoenix, H. Grundy, P. Whitson, J. Orr. Doubles: J. Sain, B. Sutherland, E. Gill, M. Sharman, D. Dickey, A. Sparkes. Coaching was under the direction of Miss Selland .... The badminton teams showed marked improvement this year. Captains for the Class teams were: Senior, Mary Elisbeth Grupeg junior. Betty Dyekmang sophomore, Marion Hinkley: freshmen, Jean Marshall. SEVENT Y-SEVEN E I I : 1, www wwww r I wwf? WWQIZWM We LM! ff I I 'I' FEATURES UMOR . . . the spice of existence . . . an attribute invaluable to all persons .... We laugh at a joke or a funny story . . . or perhaps a pair of rustic comedians . . . or merely the humor- ous occurrences of everyday life .... But through careful analysis, great wits and philosophers have generally agreed that the true conveyance of humor lies deeper . . . in a more spiritual abyss than many would believe . . . this probability seems very con- vincing . . . for we all know that the one type which will survive is that heartfelt sense of humor which has been a leavening potion poured into the troubled waters of the past, and which will con- tinue to pacify the troubled waters of the future. MARY McCUE I 1 I I 1 I SEVENTY-EIGHT NWI I Vff I I I Mff'IffM M W7 BOOK FIVE W 5 M W M,ff5f, 1 , L MAUREEN MCCLINTOCK X s g Qi? CALENDAR OF EVENTS September 13-The welcomed first day of school that soon became the daily drag again. September 15-First Assembly to make newcomers feel at home. September 16 - Freshman-Sopho- more War-Whoop with rotten eggs 'n everything. September 17-The first Beacon published, even dirt 'en stuff. September 20-Tri-Y Club meeting to begin year of service to the school. September 22-Big and Little Sister party, woo-woo! September 23-Frosh Initiation after Sophs won War-Whoop. September 24-First football game at Laguna. September 27-Assembly Student Society to warn all kiddies to take it easy. September 28-Pictures taken for l1'l rogues' gallery in the office. September 29-Girls' Athletic Aiso- ciation begins successful year. October 1-Football with Bonita here and victory. October 7-First school dance and first Big Apple l'?l. November 15-19-Clean-Up Week- Did you do your duty? December 10-That School Play, "The Royal Family." December 18-January 3-Vacation in honor of dear ole Santa. January 27 81 28-Semester Exams. Ugh!! CALENDAR OF' EVENTS March 25-Operatic Review, some- thing new and vrey good. March 29-Brown Mensley Student Body Assembly, and did they swing it!! April 1-1Athletic Carnival sponsored excellently by the Hi-Y. April 10 - 17-Easter Vacation and wow! ! ! May 4-Mothers' Tea in the patio in peasant theme. May 6-Music Festival at Anaheim. May 14-Track . . . Southern Cali- fornia Finals. May 27-Junior-Senior Banquet, all in formal. June 3-Service Banquet, Medals 'n things. June 6-Galleon Day and pencils flying. June 7-Installation of Student Body Officers. June 8-Spring Sports Awards for the fellas. June 13-14-Final Exams. Oh joy, oh ecstacy! June 15-Commencement. Good bye, Seniors! June 16-Time to fold up. June 17-School Closes. So Long, Everybody! ! SWL is Awww . ,MJ Q... J ' Lif:"'L' A " Y1l.5 6 Q I t ,M '-HKS gg ,.,, t :fm l T' n 6 E . 4 3.34 QQMW Fifi , Vg, , ' Eff: if if .fl ' . ip- ,,,, Q st, EIGHTY-ONE GALLECN GAZETTE Volume 125 June 10, 1948 NO- 50 "Baby-Face" McClellan Finally Captured by G-Man Thompson Some Place!! Calif,-After li trying chase and capture, Rollo "Baby-Face" McClellan was dramatically brought to justice by the incomparable G-Man, Glenn Thompson. Paby-Face was becoming a little too self-confident and fell directly into the trap set for him by the G-Men, XYith more men like Thompson on the force. public enemies like McClellan would soon be wiped out. It is interesting to see what has happened to two of our Harbor graduates of the class of 1938. That Reporter Again Mr. Francis XValdron Esq.f has managed to scoop Mr. Vl'alter VVinchell "for positive-, ly the last time." says 'Win- chell. No. VValter's not giving up. just quitting lbecause of old agel. Francis, known as Pat in the old daze. was editor of his school paper in '37 and '38 but now has settled down to quiet society news. The guilty conscience of not pleas- ing his public was getting liiin down. The scoop was on the double wedding of Don Donaldson to Eudell Sain and Orval Lloyd to Betty Foord. 4No. it's not a typographical error, old Harborites. just an upsetll Teacher's Son Displays Remarkable Ability Young Joseph Hamblet Jun- ior. not even yet in his teens, is literally walking away with honors at his grammar school. He is a child prodigy, so to speak. It seems he can tell you everything about any- thingfmostly bugs. Could this be his fathers influence? Congratulations! EIGHT Y-TXVO Q Great Movie Star To Wed-"Sorry, Girls" Hollywood.-The more than extrerrely popular Tyronie Simonie, known in High School as Gene Simons or "Cy" lhow undignified or unsmooth for him nowl. is to be marriedp .ery soon. "The more than extremely lucky girl," says Tyronie, "is Miss Ethel Gill McGavren Storing lYinter- bourne." This being her fourth marriage. Tyronie says. "Sorry, girls, but 1 simply must settle down some- time, and if it weren't against the law, I'd simply marry all of you!" But we all hope they'll be more than extreme- ly happy. iWho Said I'pset?- Just Listen to This Every one of the eight girls in an old, old Junior Club. supposedly "Debs Elite." is filing suit against one John Rene Lugo, an alumnus of Harbor at the time, for breach of promise. It seems he has been stringing each one along for almost twelve years. Could it be said. More Power to him? lYell. no, but it could be said to the girls. They are the Misses Miller. McGavren. Palmer. Dittmar, Thompson, and Thompson, and even Misses Dyckman and Cabanne. Here each thought all was on the sly. but when the truth came out. should we say "wow"! 5 1 Just what is this old world coming to? Reverend Donald Mead On Fifth Year of Divine Mission in China Swing Hi. China.4The well- known Reverend Donald Ed- win Mead is now looking back on five years of successful results from his preaching to the heathen Chinese. He has done nzuch to keep order in Swing Hi and is planning to carry on. He is thankful for the peace that has been theirs for many preceding years and says he hopes it will remain so for a long time. New Girls' Gym Teacher at Harbor High School Miss Maureen McClintock. recently of Vassar, Mt. Holy- hoke. and Yale. has been Jn- stated the new physical edu- cation teacher at Harbor. 'Tm so happy to be back." she said upon arriving. "This year I hope to start with girls' football." Miss McClintock has been playing "Muddle." a new kind of hockey played on rainy days. She starred in the "Merry Mudhen M u d dl e Team" in the East but has to give it up. because it never rains in California, much. First on the Hit Parade that lovely old tune is popular again, "Bei Mir Bist Du Shoenf' Opera Singer Johnnie Cren- shaw is opening her new show tomorrow. Jane, Doris. Edna, and Marion, "the" girls. are flying to New York for a luncheon this afternoon. Buy a. Galleon ! You'll never regret having this record of your high school life. SOCIETY NEWS Triple Wedding To Be Held Soon Misses Helen Ann Grundy, Carol Hansen, and Earlynn Stanley, those popular debs of the Harbor District, are to have a triple wedding within the next two months. They have completed their college education and have been spending the last few years as beauty specialists operating a shop on Lido Isle. Miss Grundy is to marry Mr. Rodney Bacon, Miss Stanley will wed Richard Geer, Esq., and Miss Hansen is to wed young Mr. Leonard Thompson. The three couples plan to go on a trailer honey- rroon together. Old Foursome Broken Up Those four girls, Miss Al- berta Sparkes, Dorothy Dickey. Juanita Lugo, and Patty Whit- son, have finally gone their separate ways, and all success- fully, too. Alberta, as you know, is a world famous icc skater, having shoved Sonja Henie out of the spot light. Dorothy is secretary to the widely known business man, Richard Carlson. Juanita has become the very able hostess of the lovely Rendezvous in Balboa. And, last but not least, Patty is the society wife of Warren Collins, the very prominent golfer and Owner of Sea Biscuits' descendant. All in all, YOU see that one never knows, does one? The new and modernized Ritz Theatre is opening next week. Old, but still congenial, Don Caves will be at the Rendez- vous next week. Announcement-Just by the Way, 3, great, big, wonderful swimming pool is to be con- structed on the campus Of Harbor High by 1950- Flash! Casanova Lee Trine is again honoring our city with his presence. '32 Mrs. Wm. St. Clair Gives Luncheon VJ V -V . 'FF' Mrs. Jean Yale St. Clair, capable dancing teacher on Lido Isle, gave a luncheon last Friday in honor of the return of her friends, Mrs. Geraldine Sloman and Mrs. Jean Marshall Stafford, from a trip abroad. It was very cleverly done, being one of the many original ideas of Mrs. St. Clair. Her guests were Mesdames Patricia Ga- briel-Harvey, Joy Sparkes- McClellan, Virginia Rossier- Grundy, and Wilmer Mickle- wait. Four Teachers Celebrate F'0ur teachers of Harbor High celebrated anniversary of tenth winter on Balboa Is'and. Although they no longer live together but with their respective husbands, Mesdames Marge lAdamsl Smith, Bertha fSellandl Brown, Betty lRowlandJ Jones, and Helen fEspeyl White had a little party among them- selves to reminisce of their ten years spent on the Island. Just exactly what took place no one knows, but we imagine it must have been interesting. Junior League Show To Be Given Misses Betty Lamberton, Jean Crougan, and Mary Elisbeth Grupe wish to an- nounce the coming of their Junior League Show. There are to be many attractions and everybody is invited to be there. No one knows just exactly what will happen, but these active members are bound to have something in store. CLASSIFIED ADS MR. GEORGE LUMEL wishes to announce that he is no longer responsible for any debts contracted by his wife, Mrs, Virginia Ganahl Lumel. At the Ritz Theatre: Betty Jean De Wolf and Everett Wingate in HGONE WITH THE WIND" Also with June Bouchey and Colin Burlingame At The Little Theatre: David Dyer and Dorothy Shade in "ROMEO AND JULIET" MRS. PATRICIA ALEXAN- DER CROWLEY wishes to announce that shc is no longer responsible for any debts contracted by her husband, Earle Raymond Crowley. At Grand Hotel on Lido Isle, Leslie Marshall Jimmie Keeler and Bill Lester "THREE MEN ON A HORSE" At West Coast in Santa Ana: Bill Dickey and Marion Davis in "TWO ON A MATCH" MR. LISLE LOYD wishes to announce that he is no longer responsible for debts contracted by his wife, Mrs. Elouise Marshall Loyd. At South Coast Theatre in Laguna Beach: Philip Vaughn and Daren McGavren in "MUTT AND JEFF" EIGHTY-THREE ...N 1 X .XX X it - XXX ' X N 3 x g . 1 S X, 1 - II. -3 1 ws .. X N Q XXX p h X mn. K -W. ,...... f ' f x . X R ., it A lgiitxii X 1 ' ' N-waz, is Q 9- s ... - ' 1. .- . . -- v - Q- QP. 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I - Gus' I i ' A Y H P I I I 2 All Lines of Beauty Culture : 1 5 l I iWe Serve to Pleasei I HELEN ESTUS i I T T Operator I Balboa California i i 703 East Central Balbo., Calif. .1 -..-..-.,-.H-..-..-......-..-..-..-..-..-..i. .i. -.n....-.. .------ in-...-H.-M-..f. ,iw-M1 1 .1 1 1 ,. 1 .,,,,,.,.,.oill-Iuinan-un-n-uuninn--nn1nn1ll-nlinvlilvvl 11-- i 1 -1 -rm-g, l , i EAST NEWPORT GROCERY I l 508 WEST CENTRAL g l . I CARL A. DANIELSON JAMES A. WATKINS High Class Groceries The Best Meats I 5 Quality Fresh Produce In the Harbor District l Free Deliveries 13110119 115 l l .i'.mI-M-1 - -1 L,,,,-,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,....,,,,.-.. T - 1 -- - --lfllv nn-un-uni 1nn-un-oni.n1,,,,1u+ EIGHTY-SEVEN ll' W I 1 fy' V I Is' . X L ,J J I E' ' 4 W Lf' 1 FII' X, 4 pl QI ff jf J lx If fy' ,FVQMII-.,,1,zif!, ,,,,,.,,,,1j7f1f,1.,1..1 2, ,fu , ,-H1111,1l-1.-1a-1.-11.1.11 fl e ' w - A vrs 1 S L F 6: S IA N D l MT CoMPL1'x1Ei I , . " J . 1 5 1 s of I .vcp its p, pare , , i- If ml E. page-al .ima i Louis W BRIGGS U B I Ca X I I Realtor ifvfi IMA Y. HUGHE I 5 J' owne' ,f T T14 East Central Ave. : , PhoneV1o8 5 5 Balboa Calif- .. ly , I .l,-..-..-.- - -.,-....-.,.a.Ha.. +.-.....,- .-... - -.:........-..1- , - --f -fn- I ,VI A .1 1+ 'rin'-111-111.111n-1ni:uinn1u1u-ning. fi?.1n1n --:- --ui I-ninininini , , l' I l 2 5 - - 1 EALBGIZTIEEQIEINITLRE I I Soto Nishikawa I I , Y 2 ART cumos DICK XX I-HTSOL I ' I , E . and I Ranges . . . Refrigerators 5 Y I Heaters I it All Kinds of Novelties T The Best in Gas Appliances 'If' I Balboa Calif. ' ' Balboa Beach. Calif. .g.-..-..-..-..-......-......- -..-..-..-....r.Q. Q.-.....-..-..-..-..-..-......-..-..-..-.. ., Rodney Bacon llooking down at moons reflection in waterl: Say. is that the moon? Jealia: That's right. Rod: Well. how did I get way up here? 1...-H1.1..--1..-..1..-..-..-...1..1..-.......!. ff..-.i1..1 -.--..-.1..-..1..1..1...-.1..-.P l , I - V - . -- - C, i Men s and XX omen s Fuinishinbs - - Dry Goods and Notions I Groceries, Vegetables, Meat I : 5 2 STATIONERY AND IXIAGAZINES I FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 1 I Phone 381 GREELEYIS I VV. C. Houck 8: Son Telephone 509 303 Main St. : 300 Main Street Balboa Balboa, Calif- .i. .....-..-..-..-......-. ...- ..-..-........i. i- ,-.. .... ..-..-..-..-..-..-.......... 4...-..-...-.. ---- ......-..-. - -...-..-..-.- .. -..-..-..-..1..-..1..-.......-.1 1 1 1.- Ii Kodaks . . . Supplies . . . Finishing . . . Photos I HITCHCOCKS 1 BALBoA PHoTo sHoP I Phone 281 Balboa Inn Bldg. I Balboa I SpecialfCourteous service to students T on all photographic problems .lp.li--an--1--.I-1i,-1.,a1fi1 -1, 1 1 ,,1..1..1.. EIGHTY-EIGHT 1--1:1-.1.n1-n1--1.r1-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1..1u1 fi' 5 n-nuinrf-nn-nn1-un-nnLun.-nn1nn-nu-nn1u-n-nn1un1,..1,,.n.1..1,..1,,.1..1..1 1 1 ,,1 1,,,... 1,,.1 1,,.,1 I I , Th Leadin Fa 'I St f I ITL- IWFRICK L.w,..,.. 0 I I WE soLlclT THE TRADE OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS I We Feature All Kinds of Wearing Apparel and I Beach Toggery -5- -------- --.- I ..-,.-,.-..I-....,.-..-... ...... - - .E - 1,1 Mr. Geer: Name a great timesaver. G. Markel: Love at first sight. in -.ol-.n1.-.1-Io.-I..-1-.n1n -m.-m.-.m-w.-m.-m.- .go T..-1.I.-I.-I..1m.-....-Io1-n---m-rm-my-I-.I-.W-Io I Auto Repairing Ignition Work , I Tires - Tubes Batteries I I Newport Variety Store I Gasoline - Motor Oil I School Supplies 2 D. K. BLUE, Owner-Manager I : Knchenware Dry Goods I I I Household Accessories I All Work Guaranteed 5 : : Ocean Front I Phone 443 30th 8: Coast Blvd. I N t I H I I i Newport Beach, Calif. T ewpor Beach Lalifornia .i.....I- .....-.,-.I-..-.I-...,.....-..,-....- -,..-...I. .i..-.I-.,,-..I-..,.-...-.., .... Re orter: What is the rofessor's research work? P D Mrs. Rea: It consists principally of hunting for his spectacles. -Eau-n-n-in-.1 -nf-1.1.11my--In1.m-Io.-lm.-no--on-Iog. oio-.-m.- - 1.011 1 1.....- 1 1 -.I..'i -. I . I . I Pullen's Florist-Nursery I I Congratulationsto I Flowers For All Occasions CLASS OF 1933 e I from Sprays Our Specialty I I I I I THE BALBOA INN I 1307 Coast Highway I I I I Phone 590-W Newport Beach Phone 660 Ba'b0a'Ca"f' Q,-,,,-M-M-,,.-.,-,.,- ..-..,.-.....,...,-....-..- ....,.g. .i..-... ---- ------- .. 3 Rollo: We certainly had a big time last night for ten cents. Ruth: Yes, I Wonder how little brother spent it. .gm-,Im ,111 1 1 1,.1nn1nn-nn:vun-1nu-Im1null'-HI'-'IH1""1""'-""1""""' ililllll 'W' I I BAY DISTRICT LUMBER CO. - WALTER s. SPICER, Owner I State Highway, Next to Arches I I P. o. Box 398 Newport Beach Phone 1150 I +-nn- - -I' -,ml-,,,,,,,,,,1 1111 1 1...,.1,..I1.....-q1m.1nn-nn- 1 wiv- - -n-nn-no-on-..m.1.,.1,,,, ,P EIGHTY-NINE X f 2 ,V xglur ' J 0 st .1 KK L it u' 4' 1 ' Bef .1 RJ -J R- .E Z f,,-,T,,-im, Y ,REE nic, T:-E, ee . T 4- P '.,T Qs V' v ,.T ,T TT ,T Mccox DRUG STORE j-T T' BALBOA V! va! ' .5 ' I ,, - T T 5 DELIC1oL'S SODAS BATHING CAPS I Tx' BATT-TTKG SANDALS I KOD.-LHS VACATION NEEDS 3. ,,:.,.- ., .- ,z,....-,,..,,..,,-L......,,.. ,...-,..-., ..,. ..-.,-.,......-........-U..-,. B, Nimmo: You a1'er1't gegg Seasick. are you? J. Droege: Not exaetiilpyt f-glue FE-J.f9LfAjj'8. . i , 1 p -10 ' 9 I ..f'!' 'V , .f J 17 lu ' I 'lj ' ...V-.1-..-T.-T.-U.-T,-T.-B..t..., J. x 4... . EW T: . up B - -- , 4. T ff T E g fi JM fl T Phone 101 P. o. Box 556 MT ,lf T A J , TM' V! MCQALLY i S . 7 fi J 4,1 f , T Snmh R1-OS. ,TWT , , T- T L 1 V E R T 5 MY! ' S "'V J - I v , ' Tj' A . T M.-TRIBE H.-XRDVRARIQJ1 T T T M T- T M, T Jn f 2 it ' 5 f , T J V f TU' T2SQ1LBoffZ'11'Sf I Washington and Bay Front 'V' ' X T ,MA 1 Balboa 7 Zz" Q if MVA!! W -T t Diffil YOURSELF MOTOR T XX atei Taxis Tugboats T L vu BOATS T Barges T I . , 1 T mith Bios. Boat Works I I , T T T S00 Bay Front ' PHONE 1066 : 22 at Street Newport E Balboa Calif Z -Ishii---T mith 1 eve Smith. Jr. I T T "' T T i 9 ,i,,,., 4 - U .--.- ------n-in-uf. 4.-U- -1 1-.--U1--I-1..1..i,1.,i,i,,i, vb 5 X fi' '- ubberfis' Something winch if your feet are dry you haven I ,J5 lg in it f o without. -1-af? ' k P 15,50-H4111 n1n-1 -1U-u-n----n---ininil.-1 Ur- in :lui-:Ynfn 1 1 -f - 7 :Z + , T E D N . . . JT , 3'Lgir1'96t111g'S to the Seniors of 1938 r X ' - J HE TBAROI R PARK AVENUE ,BMT "' ,TEEN T Balboa Island K Q F!! fx T WHITE VAUX XYHITE T ' . K 'i'.,,-,.--T-fi.-..4....-'f'+p4L-.,.,n4----- I - - 'ATT-T ---- 5... 1.-3---+:--:--,.--.-::7,:- NI 'T 'Pix' ff T ,T S . ., R Zi! if: I K -1 'SKI - 3' If I x 'jf 'B 'fl 4 ,. E ,f , x llTIl4lTIIlIvII-Illuvuyy 11i117Tll , Tiil glIl1ylIl-+ 1 : , . , X - L,,sf,. HEBIQEICU Ii. MILLE5, INC.k,' I 'T P' - '- K! my S Y by H sr, X v rp - 4 E 2 I If . . I ' - I 1 ' I Z ' 1 I ' 'V r . s If ' i SL f -L1--MA tlliarnond Superlux Tires JI. I , It xy I- 1 , .. 1' I f' f : f It M Ai 'kr' S ff' Phwe 191164 ' C1 ...- xl I A . . A ...Q I if 209-fl Bush Street , I Santa Ana, California I " - X I, 'JT f ' ffm., gl L , , . , 1 I .3-..-....-I..E..I-,...-....-....-...-....-...-...- E....-.,...I.L.L..g.IL..1 -.,I11.....-,.ii..Lf4m4....a....-...E1r.l1..,,: E f Q 'L C A Lf, ' . I ' "-' 'Ir'AgAQ,,f ,ff .,, K 1 . . , 'V '- -em-, -81 , , f -Lf A 'fr' as g-.AA.y.Iig1ther:A 'W1lgI9F, who luvas that Oman I saw Iq1SfS1ng you last ' mehr? ef' ' T.: 'O -A f A. . r ,I f-Q OW1lmEBZ Whatft-imev was .it?.,, ,I , Q O I - I f 'basl' fx. . T..-....4'I...l..'..4.IIIi.i..'lTIIL-.,...:f-...I-.m..f..IIlT...I-I... 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NORTON i Balboa Island Phone 442 i 209 Marine Balboa Island .i.-....-....-....-....-..........- - - .-....-....-....-....-,, .i..-,..-... ......... ....-...-.,..-...f, Mr. Sparkes: If I ever catch you out with my daughter again I'1l shoot you. Glenn Thompson: Well, I'll sure deserve it. .iw-.I... ------ ..II-I...-...I-I.II-....-.Ii-.II-...I-I.....-I............-Ii-....-..-I...-...I-...I-...I ------- ....-.!. l i i IT IS A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE ONE OF THE T FINEST HIGH SCHOOLS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Smiling Eddie Marble . Southern California Janitor Supplies i : Hcan Coiiecr' S, A. 5248 l 112 W. Third Street Santa Ana, California L i i .g.,,,,,-,.,... -I..-..........,-..,...I...-i..-.,.. .-... ..-........-II .... ...,......-I..-..,,-....-...I-....-II-....-...,-,,,......g. 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I J 1 Q 4, I I Y' l t J, fffgfgig Taifefgvggawkfggries -ff' I :I Showlgouse of all ' la.. es L1 P ll I I I Axplf, L dqfwyi were t f1l a t Tzu i5Hf1549ff3eHffa1AVe- n vi Stud t rate with S. B. Cards ,T X . wA,,1 4 ,,uf,f ,, f'g,W N1 ,72w, ,44L ,fwwfffidaff , ffxi, M1 MK ,, if-ff Q, X 1fL44,.-Loffwffwfiff 1.74, ' 14 M. -L, fra., X - .1 ,L f,,h fWwf,kx4QM,,,W ,i, i ,f '- -.1 I I V r, I II I :f"""f""l:"'-uH-My-wejluTIIII-lun-funn:-vm1 1 1 1, . -,,i,t,1,,,,,,-yqiniiM-.M7,-IWQHH-'ml'-,uv-u.t,u-nn-,,,,,!. ' I 4 5 X, , I A . J ,ff f 'A I JI I lr 5 I ew art Dred 'I rn' 3 I I Gp I -I gfm I 0 pany I I 0 M 1 . I I I Q J - f J 4 A i GA L. SKOLFIELD, President ALBERT SPARKES, VICC-P1'BSiLIC1fL If K , ! B 1 L , It-1 'L V 'Y 4. 3 - 4 ! I -'due-- f I , I , V I AA f - I L , I I I I 7 , I I 2 , 3 .f.,.1v31Q,----35:5 ,V " f:E:E:f:E:E: I 9 I I . I 5211- .-... r f fl I i , mf.5gSQ,a I QQM I f. ::5:7 5: 3515- ZEEEEEEI """ 1-2523 1555255 . I H Iifmwwgmgkqfywnw 'J I G' zj 1? ' 2211 II,,2II25QII:55is5252gigegzgsgagzgegigf 'fa ,A gp -.," ' I I I i Q '-35, .,.,,. I E I f I f L "fEf?? - ' 'I 'I -"' . ' I V - -vV'I' 3' ""' f '1Zi'f -11' I , f IIAI I f I ' I ff-ff' ' .A-'- ..f:'W:y :11if1Q"i'Z1Qf"f' 1-:, -. ' I- f , " I . ,- ' fp I Jai , ,ff I ,ff V" H " 41 'I L A ir A! ! M I JmUQ,4,kmw? LIJE I ff' - DRE,5G-PINFQI f :QL f"P:I'ERS'L-ff! 5F'T.oi1Ts : SEAWALLS Q 'I I, II4gubInarirIe Pipelines . .ffifabies . .k . - Mom:inkQ's 'Y f L i '11 it II Q A If 6 W ' fn.: 5,94 JV i I I 5' I 'A i E ky Nxewport Beach , If lv 3 Phone 631 31st street If I 277 , at lf I H f A V L11 I 4 ' 4 1, Ai, , -1111 ! J I ' 7 I ., J WPI, A I 1 J, 'L M U V 'V - i ' 2 n-ll-'li ,. im 11111 --:- I m1nn-u-nn1nn- n-Im-nn-unTnn-nu--u -- 1 1 -u -unkuuinylg 4. ,, -I V f Y L1 ' I I ., 7 4' 1 NINETY-THREE .1 ,l 9 al' +A if W . A, wx' 2 .4-, , o '7t 1' ' I I I J 'i'L.i, cyag-,1 1 I Q 4 ',f ,'S4f. J,-77" 7 f'L4.,4f4f'f'., w PRoFEss1o A5 ,cqgoar z 1 -- 1 ' ' I 'X fy!! rf' 4 ,f Z ' ,- 1 5444 1 ,f 57-gf ynfjigyaf j 1 l I 1 , ff f HJ W ,I.,,,?-,,T.,1...L..J--fl--I-n 1111 u-I' - Hg I A nlzfg I v s ' ' 1 V - , - . 1 p f E 2 , 1. A 1 ,l p 5 ,. ,- K 1 My l 4,4- i il- ' ,I . 1 - 'M1., L 1. 1 Dr. Stah1'e1.,,..pA -. - c . gr-Bbione 18-HE an fer, :Y . I L, l '. g DEN-HST Clfiiours y Ap L I - T '!fL.,fxf,,.gf SL. -Y-1. z . . he Wa i i T Dr. Ralph D. Ho 'cl T Q E Physician Q Surgeon i Phone 698 Osfevpafh L Storey Bldg. Balboa, Calif. L The Balboa Inu Arcade Balboa l L 1 l . L Q .2 - ee- A 1 i 1 1 e ' f --- V. - e.--- e 1 e - W -f - - W -I 3 N ii? 95. pi ,wk Tl 1 A -'Li ' V 1 V 3 X pf' KL-iq:-'Jv ,:,'y1 I , . f' -- X ' gfflf-rfzhvb :f7l1f7-i.oQ,fk ' -,.. fofoo-Vee-if Q..-..- Y ... - - -2- .-an ei - --:fri , :, ..-:.-..-nl az .-.1-afar, F- - l 'B i ' r +G 1 , 1 We T Q-or -+ .- : 1 ,' - i - I ,L V L Q - 4 5 . ' l , , avfbxrf-f ' 1 Dr. Gordon M. Grundy ,, , 1, 'L 1 Q L M,,1.1.5a 1 all" 1 ...ElLQovault, M. D. e QW' i PHYSICIAN er SURGEON Raj 1-ffr Q LL . J - T L l ,fill -4'-XXX V T 1 5 - ,ff L, B " i : Q .- " . 1807 Newport Bivi , ' 1 - Newport Beach Hosp1tal p - U15 " Q i Central Avenue at Ninth 2 , X Costa Megyscalfgoiijirw . ' lx Q44,dAA" i .fx p we Y N I .1 ' ' 2 4 I' F S LA S YY 47 f Office Hours: 10-12 a. m., 3-5 p. m. l -rx Q li fyyx-,ky l I" Telephone 854 I w f T I ' T L V, M- 5 i J ,F W - i K K bqj ae B- +o 1 1 i 1 i B I 1 1 0? l 1 : .qhjgyx 4, - " ..-: .f .m.-.4 .ga f-3:5 1-gi-E ee 1- 1- I-ll I.- .-.INETY-FOUR Compliments of . . . MWU JGS'E'P'HA'ELAINBEE'K ' n I i 4 ------------- - ------ --------- N H-H+ Ray Crowley was helping his extremely fat victim to rise. "Couldn't you have gone around me?' KIT "Sorry," said Ray, - wasn't sure whether I had enough gas." 4, ---------- H.-,..i-+ Congratulations! THE FOOD BASKET EXTENDS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS To the Members of the CLASS OF '38 TO THE FACULTY and to Those Who Have Made Galleon Possible the ,F - ... - - - - - - - - .. - - - ....,.......,,n-.n- - - - - - - -..-.n-..-.,..-n.g. NINETYFFIVE '!' , 'sv K 3 M f' J,J'7-' . 5 VV . 'Xb 'xv ls-...L., X , X. -'f . A- Av 'I 'V - -X! L:-. J gfx ir M U 1' Z sf tx JL, BN-f k Y, ' V xx X J X J' Q- "V 'k ' .. x 5-' in m - in m ag E E-vi: m an E 11 In Q.: Ii, Z E 1 A-nil S-f i A "' M ' ' ' VR' f' X 5 T 'if' U M 'xsy N-N' , Xe' 'kf - Y- E E'ec'r lui x k ' " Q -- M vie-.Chef l i b L. O ga f-f M'-1 ark' T Refmgerators 5 I f . Ranges E iv' l ' nr L Nx:"" N-,,,h..r N L L 1 - V , i l - O' ,V Riga Q' l A f' fox' l X I :lTlEXWINKLE HARDYVARE l I I Costa Mesa l l I L Builders' Hardware Seeds l -I., 1 -- --fa , - fa 31. E. Windgate: I really ouughta buy you a corsage. Yfhat would you like? BI. Hoffman: How about Four Roses? .1 m 7" M -1 1 'E' l T COBIPLDIEBTS OF SAFEWAY L Your Neighborhood Grocer 5 I COST.-x Q-11-ISA CALI1-'ORNIA 5 .g...m l.-.,. . Nm EI. NIN:.'Y'T-XIX lla--nn-11111 + ,,,.1nn1,,.1,.1..11,.1..1.,1..1..1.I1...-.pl........1..1..1u.1n..1M1 1 1 1 1,,n.-,.,l CONGRATULATIONS ON THE GALLEON OF 1938 H1-WAY GARAGE i Southern California Automobile Club R. W. Wallace 24-Hour Service I Phone 637 1740 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, Calif. 5 1,.,,1,m1,,,.1 1 1 .1 1 1 ..m.1n.-,w1.n1,v.1.,1..1 1 1 1...1....1.,.,1.,.,1m11nn...m11mi..,,,,...l ! Quai vnu ,P Mr. Grable: Now pass all your papers to the end of the row. Have a carbon under each one so I can correct all the mis- takes at once. 1nu1 1 1nn:nn--nninn-nn-nn:nu- 1 inn-nl. agori-uninn-nn-nninn1nu1nn-nn-um-mi-un-un--ml--ago COOLERATOR Signal and Standard Products . . I 1 - l The Air Condltloned i ' Country Club Service - Ice Refrigerator sold by the ' I I 2600 Newport Blvd I Lee Tires ' ' and ' Phone 170-W Costa Mesa, Calif. First Grade Fletreads g Ask for a 10-day Free Trial Phone Newport 409-W ...-..-...-..-.H-l.-..l-..-,....l......-.l-.,l...l.f. .i..-,....,-.....i-......l-nl-...,-ll.....,-..,- -...,-,l.g. -ni. ---- ...l-..,.-l..-...-.... ---- ..-F? .fn-..H-...-...-l,.-....-l..-..,..-..l-l..-....-..,,-.m.-nn.- .i. CRAVVFORDS Z , All Kinds of Beauty' Work 5 l at Reasonable Prices 1 . ' I i MODEL DRUG CO T Ethe1's Beauty Shop 1 Sam Crawford, Prop. Finger Waving Dyeing i ii Permanent Waving i C'0Sta Mesa Phone 66 1883 Newport Bivd. Costa Mesa Next to Post Office T PHONE 211-W i 4... ...- -..--.ii-..-..l-.......-...-..,-....- .-M-nf. .io.-..- - -..1-..l.-.n-..,-...-....-..,..- - -ii..-HQ. 'STL ", qw, Nelson Stafford: So Heelenfi imarried at last! Who is the happy man? Sparkie McClellan: Her father! + M- -D - - - - - - - -, ,, - -, ...- ....-,.....-.... .------ - --M-fi.-.?, 5 i HOWARDHS BEN FRANKLIN and STORE 10 l I The BHI'g3.1I'l Center i COSTA MESA CALIFORNIA 1 - .. - .. -...-..-...-......-.H-..-.-.H-.. ---.- ,- -.-..-M-ll-H,.-.,,- -ll-l..-...-.,l-l.g. NINETY-SEVEN -T' 4..-.,..-.........,-,..,-,...-.,,,-....-...,..,.,.-,,,,... .,,...-.,.,..,i, +I-....-..,-.,.... , .- - .. - - -.,.-,..,-.....-,P T T T Flowers Gourds Z T IDCJIJJXIJIJ Jo IJCJIDCSIE T T For All Gourd T i i T Occasions Novelties 5 E Real Estate 5 5 5 T and T T OPPIS BULB FARM 5 5 General Insurance ? 5 The Harbor Florist L A Q I Phone 646-R 2 Costa Mesa' Phone 402 2 E 2184 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa 2 I I I I .g.,,-U, ---... .-... . -..,,...,.i. 4..-..l-.l..-....-l..-n..-...-..n- -in-..-.T-..-n.,.....,. ,5.uiu,,l,,,,TTylli,,,,Tlln...lnlil1n.-yinlnn ivil nnvr? Quinn1nurllnvnuvnnsvullvnu:-nnvnnvnn-:uluvi-:uvnw Phone Newport 254-M T Expert Pressing and Mending T I I - T 5 g S P t D T I' : T A W ARNOLD T T mmp Hwy I T Rmmm T T MESA CLEANERS T T - - T I -- T i Radio Service T T Jack SC""""9 T 2232 Newport Boulevard 1834 Newport Boulevard T Costa Mesa, California T T Phone NEWPOTT3 371 T .i.-,... .... -..,.-...-....-..,.- .. -.-...-...-..-...-.,.g. .i.-..- -.,.-..-..-...-...-..-..-..-..- -..-.., Jimmy Lockwood frecovering from operationlz Why are all the blinds drawn, nurse? Dorothy Dickey: Well, there's a fire across the street, and I didn't want you to Wake up and think the operation was a failure. .g...-,...- ----------- ------ - - -. ---------- ..- 'Q' I I Z Costa Mesa, California Phone 635 I I I I T i ALPHA BETA T . I T Boon MARKETING. T I T T , A horne-owned store . . . handling T l Nationally Accepted Brands of Merchandise I I I I I I T Every Need for the Farm and Home . T I I i C. G. ILLINGWORTH, Manager i : NINETYAEIGHT . -,,,.-..,,..,.-....-...,..,..,- .. - - ... - - . - - .. - - ... - - - - - - - - - - - -,..-..g. ' 4' 1" Va 5.46. V ' buf' vb 5 -1 ,ff 1 ,1 1 X, ,, Q fp C 6 W yi f 1'7d,rgF,4 'f , f ff!! I-KW In H-I-Lu ,C-ldv ,Hp 1 . f 71,1 C fl fer ff- If Q 14331 A 1' 4 V4a. f W LV n LJ W 1,'v"' 0 4, af X ,L ,. K , ', 1' ,V H ' I, if ,:f'HEQDffoRElg2fyB1ffiqE42 Inf 1 f yfjfgkffd ' ,, l LV if , . f' 1' X je ' 4 dxf, L 0, Newpgllii, Beachp f f X agtor ' ,L .. M-..-..-.. ,,Mg.1-...e...-..-.,11f -.. ,, -.-W iff.- ' gl 4 511 if pf f 1 1 I Agjho cope IS a yM' lo ng! op iMf i CU-W l,!fQ!,5,,,f I WM 1 ' 19' 1 ' ' , A1 ' 74" A , ' 'r 41 T5,4..-. i7,4..-..-.7f ..-..-.71. .E 1 4fZ?,LJf5.1i.4..5,,4f..?,,4-,1r.1,,f,g5V, ,QQ 1 , W4 B!A vgQ'G115,1ME01f6,Pf,v" 1 4. Bfgib 1 4 3 A- if , 1 'J :' ' V tif -T f f.y1!"Z'!r ries, ,fggalsy 1 , g V' ,-I rf !l pf" ea ' 1 N X : 'I' 1 f I .'l A Q L fry: X t b. ' If Lzwpf rieg - Watsy Cf M596 1eaf A . 4 fi 1 1 Ve ble J I 1 K V' ona del Mar - 79:l I K 1 Q Z M I If 4 . bs if-'ZVY I l 5 ,73.03"M-Qmigfye Bzalbo Islandqii """' "" ""A '7"""" ""' "-"""T" If "MT" ""'f'fV 5"""5' Ol' fwuzif fi X vw , Q . rshgfll. Doky kl want I 1n Salygxfion A1 y'?5, if 1 , 7 fgJexschf1m1gSuWhy are t ey ight 1 ?,,bf fri f y I 61 ' f.fV1,, fg..,4..QgL..f' -g.-,.-M,jP gif' 44 gf 'W' -,fe 4 - ! F deneragstlgwjiiric Rivges amz K ys Changed E f J gf s ,lfcy eti ai of Ugg gilftlie red sleihcgol house T . - ,I ,ff -x, Z :, 2 , pasvl J3'n 'so 'nave 0 -ashioned : Waslids mfg kara f 1 001 Eyzglyglltf X, 1 117' 4 0 ?'e of Sfauoners Qiotrp tk p d Our- ! ' 1 1 ,f s Xe on our comp t f dern. ,rx dw 3551101631 w' i 152 mlod d 332121 W1 JJ 4 Jffn, 1 5,1 1 1 J .QESTUSY U1 1 1 L Q " sf rf' L . XXQQ' 'Stationefs C01'p'o1'atien If Q I Q Prmters : Engravers : Offlce Equwpment i G CJ"t - e Dealer 636goIgyl1y 151 11 104083 1Ef?e11ue frfjtf Giza 1 4188 F kl 1344 5914! I glfgfport Be -ch California l ! 1- A ' L ' L 3 , 52' s . sp-' g st. MU: 1 2341 NM ,.,,,-,, ........-,.!,9..i..-......-. -..-..-. ' ' ..,..------- - - - - - - - ---..1-...g. Icy up K, lx W ' + + NINETY NINE - M11 ' .J V . ix! 'f il 1,1 I l In 1 v 5 J 1 W ' ' L il ' I I ' Rn if J 'yny I I - T' A ' I 7 1, 1 pi ,il ,T p ppT I I l f T '.,f K: fly'-,X , , J M 'ln' RE Xwvv XM? qffljgw fl lniuntq-ni1TT+-Jnltrryg-if-nlvulvll-'-nlui-lnvunz ,L J-nn A ik j.n-....- -. -.m- -m--im-n.i-nn-nn- - Q. I IL Flor ' if ' i ll I l f I ii ,M i '-X. A I o. H. EGGE , ' :M , i- ' n E f olwien i A I . pf l 5 1F -pw , u. Q Z Bus Builders ff I I I 1' A J y '74 I , I Duco Paint I y i gn I, W ta 0,1 ny 5 T Eody, Fender, Upholstering 'fu E Repairs if Arrangements " ' l gr I Weddings Funerals 429 W. Fifth Santa Ana ein11:1n-u--nin11:1-ll-ll-Ili!!-1ll1ll1Il1-'Ni' 'i'41"-"""""L""""""""" ' L"""""'L .3...-...- - -...-..-....-..-..-..,.-.... - -...--1.2. fn-n..-...-nn-....-,..-in-n.-n..-....-....- - 1 Q Q Complete Courses 1 Compliments Of I Q HIGHER ACCOUNTING ' - I EXECUTIVE - SECRETARIAL 1 Special Summer Rates i TYPEWRITER CO. Harniltorrs New ' Bob Fernandez, Mgr. i i Orange County Business ' . 2 1 C0 ege g 401 W. Fourth Santa Ana, Calif. Santa Ana, Calif. gigiTul1-nu-xninnvluvlnv ivunv-In-1lllvllvli1vlln1rvOp lilidllli 'iii llll ill!-""l"l"""""'1""'l l cfs Miss Sellandz I can't decide Whether to go to a palmist or to a mind-reader. Mr. Thompson: Go to the palmist. It's obvious that you have a palm. .!.....-...-...-..-....-...-.-.-..-.--...- .- .-ni-..-..-..-- -....-..-n.---- - - - - - - - - - 2 Insist on . . . I I v A GLU!!! i . . I MAYFLOWER POTATO CHIPS i TASTE TESTED for FLAVOR e HIGHEST QUALITY o ALWAYS FRESH .i.......i-...-..-..-..........i-n-.i-....-..- -H - .... -.n-..-HH-M-....-...,-..i-,i-.n-..,-...,Tn-..7ia...4p if , -I if , I? lil" E 'H 'J VX .J 4, ---, ----------- - - - n-nn -H-...-Q-in A-un-:iff-an-,l..n-JB. ig, Q , ' If V' I' ji .g Compliments of -ly 1 ' ri jf ,Y 1 A .ff J- i ooRooRAN PAPER COMPANY w i f I Fullerton, California ' 1 .i.-,,,,-,,,-,.,..,..,....,.-,,,,- - ..,. .-......-.H--1. ----- - ------- - - - - -. - - ONE HUNDRED ff., fi- '?"'n- x LJ? 511' T M ,.: Q- kkf- ff' L-4: , , n"""-- LEMEHZQ sq, kifjgl ,W 'M-H-+n.-,,,-M ff .fr 7f ,Z 1 20 dc 9, 59"--12-3 R3 '11 far fi K X QQ-Q RQ Jifizni-Q52 -ZW LU LS? ZLCL' L ' , nciflicf qg 'gf-CA pgs, . J 7 K V A E L. 2 SENIOR' Gift: Sis: F, 1 L P f' , 1.7 CCL, 'Lk' ' if' ,- 'j -QL ,561 M, 1 14, QL 'MJT QQ Lt I ' ! 4 L, A ' In f,,.4y . : ' -fJi.C. 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VIE R, Psopl V27 , I 7 ,bv ' Service L I' so I I N 'Cf - . fl HUGH ESTUS 2 I Lubricatigpxkn I E I S i I I I rqengra? Repairing ' n egBCe rOn I I ,X ' I 21,QD Central, , Phone 1515 I F Jghonewgy 4 Newport Beachdi 5 , Rf' New ' t Beach, alif. 5 l xl ' ' 37? I- ..p1-.....5,.f.oll-...-.1.......f.-..,-...I-..l....i-ll-...I-..l-I+ tj I ng..-,.,.-..Lj,.9l.....l -....- -I.,-I., I I .. J 'U .3.l-,.I.- ,.-....-....-l..-....-i...-..u.- ,... -I...-W.-ln-I..-..!. .fu-I..-.........,.-....-.,..-.1..-I.-....-.....,..--..-.. -.--.Q I I I , l NEWPORT PUBLIC I THE RADIO SHOP I MARKET R. H. KNIGHTEN I Free Delivery I I I 5 5 5 Sales and Service 2 I QUALITY oRocERlEs I I I Produce and Meats I I I 5 2 5 Phone 1124 5 Ph 113 g 2116 Ocean FI-Mile Nemvport Beach I I 2209 Coast Blvd. Newport Beach I 3. -.,l-l.,-I,,....I-I.,-,..-i -.,..-.,l-...,-....-.,l-..i.....i. .ie-l..-..l-i,I-...,-....-...- -...-...-..,.....-..-........i. Junior Hamblet: Daddy, what effect does the moon have on the tide? Senior Hamblet ffrorn the depths of his newspaperl : Not any, son. Only the untied. .lui-in-in-li- ..-in-I..-II-li-ll-..l-il-.I-,..-I? .iw-....-I.-......,..-.,.-...-l..-..-...-...-....-...-...- Q. -L MOOI,eaS Confectionery CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! I ' l , I I 65 Flavors for Malts I I Featuring We Specialize in L 5 Our Own Make S E Banquets and Parties I I Ice Cream I I Phone 774 E I Newport Beach Calif. 309 Palm Street Balboa, Calif. if .i.-...,-..l-.,.-l.,-,,.,-....- ... - ,- .. .........,i.,-...g'. .1 . -..--...,-....-...l-.,..-...- - I-...-........,-..-N.-.,.!. +l.-i.i- .-....-.....-lf.-I..-.,...,...-..-..-..f. -,,.-..l. . , 7 . I ' THE MARKET sPoT L Hr W' WRIGHT i is 4 - I 1784 Newport Boulevard I Q Groceries - Meats. : Costa Mesa, Calif. : L Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 5 I I I l New and used Building Material I I Phone 1000 Stove and Fireplace Wood I Cor, Marine and Park I Balboa Island I Phone 655-J .ia.-l.,-,.,.- ..,, ..,.I...,..-....-I..-....-.,,...l- .. -..........f. .i......... - ...I-m....i..........ll-ll.. .. .. -....-,.1. ONE HUNDRED TVVO '.f"""""'1H0-Ill--I-nn:nu1un1nn1nu1-1111-1pa1n,!, ,g......1 1 .- .-..,..-..-,..1,..1,,,..... 1 1 ,,,,,,.A,!, i '1838 Newport Blvd. Phone 237 I Eat At The I for , I i ' : ' FINE BAKED GOODS I : 2 ,gl I 5 5 THE1- l A I GINGHAM CAFE Q Q ' 1826 Newport Blvdl I ig HThe I-VIGIEV-YOU Eatfkllg More You Q A H Vtfhere the Food IS Right ig f I. Want," X fl -- , . 4 " s if Mr. dflmsl Wacek,-Props. I' -1- an R' Open from i C'0qSfa Mesa WEN California 6 5,'f,Hf iw to T. 11 pm, 'i'""?":- 'lTll11:-5711?-:su-un1un1T:P-nail!!! 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