Newport Harbor High School - Galleon Yearbook (Newport Beach, CA)
- Class of 1945
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For hev' stimulating leadership and loyal efforts for the best interest of our school
and her willingness to give of herself, which has been an inspiration to higher endeavor
the staff of the Galleon fov 1945 dedicates this issue to f f f
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MR. NULAN ' MR. THUMPSON
Galleon Ad1'I'S1l7' Business Adwsov
WE HAVE ATTEMPTED TO POR'
TRAY THE CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HIGH SCHOOL
CAMPUS AND THE STUDENT LIFE ON IT.
THE GREAT CONFLICT NOW RAGf
ING IN THE WORLD CANNOT BUT HAVE A REVOLUTIONARY
EFFECT ON ESTABLISHED PHILOSOPHIES, GOVERNMENTAL SYS'
TEMS, AND ECONOMIC PATTERNS. TODAY'S YOUTH MUST
SOON ACCEPT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF DETERMINING THE
NATURE OF THESE CHANGES. IN OUR SCHOOL WE FIND AN
ATMOSPHERE FREE FROM THE PREJUDICES WHICH SURROUND
US IN A SOCIAL WORLD, HERE YOUTH CAN .DISCOVER THE CRI-
TERIA FOR TOMORROW'S ALTERATIONS.
THE WORLD WILL SOON JUDGE
HOW WE, THE SENIORS OF 1945, HAVE AVAILED OURSELVES OF
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The 1945 Galleon has sailed into port on time with her
precious cargo of pictures and records. This has been ac'
complished by her brave crew despite the trials and
troubles of war time shortages and delays which on several
occasions threatened to sink the gallant vessel with all
hands on board. Fourteen successful annual voyages have
now been completed and l am quite certain that most of
the volumes which came in the hold of the famous ship are
frequently consulted by our alumni, as the passage of
time makes each memory of Harbor High more treasured.
I congratulate the staff of the 1945 Galleon upon the
splendid results of its venture, and to the departing
seniors I bid Godspeed.
SIDNEY H. DAVIDSON
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Once again Newport Harbor Union High School has
experienced a prosperous year due mainly to the com'
bined efforts of Mr. Davidson and the Board of Trustees.
The board is composed of five capable men: Mr. D. J.
Dodge, Mr. A. J. Fitzpatrick, Mr. W. B. Mellott, Mr.
J. A. Beek, and Mr. Braden Finch.
These men, who are elected by the voters of the district,
are responsible for much of the administrative Work in
connection with the operation of this school. This board
has charge of all school finances, such as: paying all bills,
setting budgets, and purchasing supplies, and taking care
of all other financial items relative to the maintainance
of the school. '
We all appreciate the amount of time, effort, and
work which these men put forth in their efforts to make
our school operate efficiently.
We especially want to express our appreciation and
gratitude to the Board of Trustees for our Student Body
assemblies and for the transportation furnished our
MR. D. J. DODCE
MR. A. H. FITZPATRICK
MR. W. B. MELLOTT
MR. BRADEN FINCH
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MR. ALLEN Miss ADAMS MRS. BASCH
MR. GRABLE MR. HARRYMAN Mxss HIEBSCH
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Miss DANIELL MRS. DECK
MR. HUGHES MR. JOHNSON
Miss SToEx'ER I' MR. THQMPSQN
MRS. FEELEY Miss FROEHLICH
MR. MILLER MR. NLJLAN
Dean of Girls
Mlss WEERSINKJ MR. WcwR1nEN
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The B o t e Student Body composed
of school officers and an elected representative from each of the four classes.
The Board convenes every other Monday with Mr. Davidson, School Prinf
cipal as advisor.
oard of Control is the governing board f h
The Board selects outside talent for assemblies, considers expenditures of
athletic equipment, approves the dance applications of student organizations,
and, in general, supervises the student body finances.
Members of this year's hoard were: Glynn Boies, Student Body President,
Virginia Fernandes, VicefPresidentg Diana Margwarth, Secretary, Don Miller,
Treasurerg Jeanne Gerrish, Senior Class Representativeg Bard Howe, Junior
Class Representativeg Bill Peyton, Sophomore Class Representativeg and Mary
Hanzal, Freshman Class Representative.
Girls' League Represent:
JEANNE GERRISH HUBBAR H
Senior Class Representative junior Class Re re
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The Student Court, composed of the members of the Board of Control and
a representative from the HifY and TrifY respectively, is organized for the
purpose of keeping order on the campus. Any student who breaks a rule is
brought before the court and his case is carefully considered. The offender may
or may not be punished, according to the seriousness of his offense.
Members of the court this year were: Virginia Fernandes, VicefPresident
and Presiding Officerg Mr. Hughes, Faculty Advisorg Glynn Boies, President of
the Student Body, Diana Margwarth, Secretary of the Student Bodyg Don
Miller, Treasurer of the Student Body, Jeanne Gerrish, Senior Class Repref
sentativeg Bard Howe, Junior Class Representativeg Bill Peyton, Sophomore
Class Representativeg Mary Hanzal, Freshman Class Representativeg Evelyn
Rea, TrifY Representativeg and Albert Bishop, HifY Representative.
BILL PEYTON MARY HANZAL
Qrnore Class Representative Freshman Class Representative
HTHE GREAT WH
y Edgar Payne
This magnificent study of
Mont Blanc was winner of
an honorable mention in the
Paris Salon of 1923-in a
competition that held 7000
BILL VAN HORN MERWIN GRIEWE JEANNE GERRISH
The Senior Class of 1945 can look back on a successful ear filled 'th h
y W1 t e
many activities that a war year at school affords. Under the leadership of their
president Jim Douglas, vieefpresident Bill Van Horn and secretaryftreasurer
Mervin Griewe, the seniors have shown that cofoperation is first and foremost
in their minds,
The first ditch day since 1940 was held in Corona del Mar and althou h
the day was wintry the bruises and duckings were enjoyed by all. The seniors'
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arewe came in the form of an assembly recalling the pleasant memories they
had on the "Good Ship Harbor." '
More than any other class to date, these seniors have realized the stark reality
of War. Too many times throughout thislyear, classmates have left their studies
to join the armed forces. They have left an empty space in the classrooms and
in our hearts.
Board of Control
IVLXRY ANN RUCR
HAROLD VAN DE WALKER
BILL VAN HORN
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GEORGE YARDLEY ARDELLE KENNELL HUBBARD HOWE
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LoRIs MEYER Ron MACMILLIAN VIRGINIA FERNANDES ARLO NIEMAN Duc to the WM, the Gal,
NORMA GHERE JEAN FUNK DOROTHY DODD BOB HENLY leon staff has not had all
BARBARA FLORY JACKIE TARRANT JUNE CRAXVFORD GENNY ANDERSCJN they would like tO have had
in the way of material, to
publish Our year book. But
under excellent advisory, they
have done their best. This year book, being one of the
JUNE WIUHTMAIXN largest ever published at Harbor, has required a lot of
Edfwl' work. Probably the two people most responsible for
making this year's Galleon possible, are June Wightmaii,
editor, and Mr. Nolan, advisor. Both of whom have done
an excellent job planning and publishing our year book.
Here's hoping that in future years when looking
through the 1945 Galleon, it will bring back memories
of the good old days baek at Harbor High. Toward this
end this Galleon staff has tried to work.
I 7he Qallean
Peak . . . Sneak . . . Seek'-H
These three words define the
Igile staff Of the Beacon who
kept the school aware Of the
nappenings of the day through
the weekly "Harbor Beacon."
Editor, Rod MacMillian, Virf
ginia Fernandes, Genny Anderf
son, and Nancy Neice headcgl
:he staff that strove to print the
aews truthfully and correctly.
Such features as Peeping Tar,
Question Of the Week, and Sitf
zin' In were combined with vaf
'ious specialties as What's Up
DOc?, If, Harbor Harmony, and
Ihoicc of thc Month kept the
'eaders interested and amused.
The Tar Talker brought forth
In interesting editorial column.
'Xn adequate, upftofdate sports
roverage was presented for the
sports followers to complete the
MARY ANN ROCK
Si-an-il! Roberta: Taylor, Ferris Mm-Iioiisilil.
Slillltllllllf Ruby Ii'-an. M:n'joi'ii- Ni-lson. Rash- Illllllll, Nzilley Towle. Diwlc FOl'llllll',
Lavon Gibson, Sc-Ima KauI'l'1-lil. .Ii-:iiuiiv Wells.
Harhor students have derived much pleasure and knowledge from the lihrary
this year. In addition to the wealth of good hooks that this lihrary contains, five
hundred new hooks, including many hest sellers, have found their way onto the
shelves during the year.
Under the expert supervision of Miss Stoever the lihrary staff served the school
while learning, and gained the title of assistant lihrarians.
To the collection of excellent paintings now in the lihrary another has heen
added as a senior class gift. 'kMonthlanc" hy Edgar Payne, is the largest painting
in the collection and will serve as a constant reminder of the elass of 1945.
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Mary fllxrl--y. .Imm SIn1xIu-y. .Illnv XV1:Inl1x:m. 5I:ll'Iml NI.1l'wI1zuIII .Iu.w---
Ilmlli Run: VIIHUII Imlilu-y. Iiuln-rln Ilnsllnxf. I-'IMI Nlnwm. Jim Iiwixumi-. IMI:-
Ilmlfptln-. .Izmn-N Iilllu-I, Iluxl-I fn-nv, limiy Ilnqxluln-I'-.
14 irst lbw: lirm-sl Fuller. Rudy I.orAi'a, Dolores Yoiinu. t'ai'olyn K4-ii'l'1-r. Palsy lNl4'Mast1-rs. Juan Wilken-
snn. .lzirliillr-liiw l3t'Ill'1li1'I, Bonnie Lou I"i-llows. B4-lty Lou Moores. Ruth Alcli'ids:'4'. Rudy
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Si-wmnl Row: Arlo N11-man, Tony Hausa. I-Iiiiiif-v Show. Rosie- Mliniz. Patliv Gould, In-lsy IJ1-Grasse. Nam-y
Towle, J1-anneI,oi1Gi'un1l, JUZIIHII''l'llUllll1S0ll, ,l2I1'iil1'T2II'l'!lIll, Sidney Ilavidsrm. Valvin M1-Intl-4-.
'I'hii'4l Row: Ralph Frviizlif. Ronald Iiai'i14-s. Rohm-1-111 Tziylor. 1'ai'i'olI Killmlrii-li. Nzidim' Milli-V. l'Ix'4'lyll
lim-4-kniaii, Ns-tty Illlrhzum, Sally Towle, Bi-v1'i'ly lN11'y1-rs, 4'l1i'isI:ilwll Gardlim-i', law- I,ioiihill'::4-in
Iiziwli Row: Ilii-li C'1':nlni-V. Dim-k HIlI'Ill'l'v -lr'i'i'y .Im-ohsoii. M:n':'ir' Jones. Pat liai'nhoixs1-. Dixie Smith, Ray
Jones, Ali:-it Wriuhi. Ilurothy WVi::hI, l'a1ri4-ia 'Psi-hohl, liowarml H2l1lI'I', lilll VanHoi'i1.
Never hefore in Harhor's history has the Music Department exf
culled in so many productions and accomplished so much.
The orchestra and chorus under the direction of Miss Hiehsch and
the hand directed hy Mr. Allen have this year set such high
standards of musical accomplishment that it will he difficult to exceed.
The higgest event of the musical year was the Spring Concert
presented on March 23. At this time the chorus appeared in the
Klilhert and Sullivan operetta "Trial By Jury." On the same program
the orchestra, conducted hy Miss Hiehsch, played a selection of
Uilhert and Sullivan melodies. The hand also entertained that evening
and made the program complete.
2. Riciimiziw Biafxanstiay, Miss Hiuixsrzii
The Christmas program hy the chorus and orchestra was an in'
spiring one and will not soon he forgotten. The rendition of the
British Childrens Prayer hy the chorus was particularly heautiful.
Through the year the chorus and orchestra have shown their ahility
in the musical field. The sextette has given many pleasant hours to
the school and community hy their accomplished singing.
Harhor's hand has had a husy year filled with hand work highly
favored and richly rewarded. At all school activities our hig little
hand has always demonstrated our school spirit and enthusiasm.
With Mr. Alleifs capahle leading the Harhor Band marched off
with a National award presented hy the Music Vxfar Council of
America for outstanding participation in hond drives and other waz'
activities. Need we say Harhor is proud of its hand.
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Mvrvin Grivwc-, Jann-fs Melton.
Svc-nm! Row: Roma' Hillhuusv, Ronald Rimzl, Dil-k Otto, Roddy Gould.
Bar-k Row: John Fowl:-r. Hal Yonnir, Louis M4-Ilo, Donalsl VVf'o1lhonsc-,
Jim Shaft-r, Jim Douglas.
Harbor's HifY Klub completed a most industrious year under the able guid'
ance of Coach Ree and Glenn Eilts who was this year's fourth prexie, the oothers
having entered the service. They opened the year with a roar by putting on the
annual War Whoop followed by snappy looking programs that were put out
at the football games at home. Then the Klub started the annual Bush League
which was followed by the Huntington Beach joint meeting and the best after'
noon dance of the year. The biggest project of the year was the Athletic Carnival
which drew a turnaway crowd. As usual the HifY put on the Peanut League,
Among the other projects were the noon recreation period, twilight league,
assisting at track meets, campus cleanup and putting on the annual grammar
school track meet.
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Promoting leadership and sportsmanship throughout the year, the TrifY Cluh
has again maintained its high standing in the school. It has sponsored those
activities that are found to he necessary for the hettcrment of the school as well
as the individual.
At the foothall games the TrifY put up the League flags and decorated the
goal posts-fr hoth added color and variety to the gridiron.
The TrifY sponsored their first night dance in two years in the cafeteria, The
theme was a Hawaiian night cluh- the TrifYfAfNon. Successful? Understatef
Also, in the Athletic Carnival, the Tri-'Y performed two dance routines.
One was the Arkansas Traveller and the other was The Sailors Hornpipe.
Another attraction of the year was the time the TrifY challenged the HifY
to a volleyhall game. There were refreshments afterwards and a good time
was had hy all.
The TrifY had fun!
Front Iiowi Diana M:u'::'w:u'Ih, Iiavon l.lUl1lHll'5fl'l'. Lois Sll'lIIIli.
Evelyn Ita-al. .l4'1lIlIl4' Gvrrisli.
Hawk Row: Wanda Fllll4'l', Joyvi' Jon:-s, .lf-an Gallazln-r.
Pr-u':'y Mil-km-lwail, Vii':'inia l+'m'n:imlz-s, Hr-rlmc-r1:i J1'llllhUll.
Mimlilli- How: Juno f'i-awiorcl. G4-m-vii-ve Hollirooli. Marilou Marshall,
Jlilllllll' Lou Grunil, Arnlvllf- Ki-nnwll.
Front Itowi EW-lyu Ri-ai. Louisi- Smith, Susan Walker.
liavk Row: Virerinia Bai-hmann, Hi-rbi-rla Johnson, .Ivan Gallasrluelz
Tanya Si-i-li-y, Virsriuia Smith.
The Girls League began the year with the annual
L'Big and Little Sister Party". The purpos was to ae'
quaint new girls and freshmen to Harbor. Introduef
tions of new girls entering school late, were presented
A few assemblies were the Christmas Program, the
Present Day Nursing talkfmovie presented by Vivian
Campbell, and the talks given by the "Harbor Girls"
from Seaside, plus many more.
The main dance of the year was the Sadie Hawkins
Dance, which went over quite profitably. The next
event was the Mothers' Tea held in the patio. Many
girls participated making it a sueeess. The last project
was the clothes drive for overfseas war relief. This
was an interfelass competition, won by the freshman
The Girls' League League Cabinet has fulfilled its
aims to the school with much enjoyment.
M' 1' lwait L'lvon Lionbarffi-l', Lois Strunk.
Front Row: Pa-Huy is-te . , f ..
Hz-11-n B1-an, Mary Ns-villr-. Vs-Ima Pass.
Bavk Row: Wancla Fuller. June ITi'awfol'1l. Marilou Marshall.
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The Girls' Athletic Association had one of the most
successful years in its history with the cahinet under the
capable leadership of Peggy Mickelwait, president, who
demanded the close harmony essential to all organizaf
tions. The cabinet consisted of Marilou Marshall, vice'
presidentq Ardelle Kennell, recording secretary, june
Crawford, corresponding secretary, Helen Bean, treasf
urer: Lois Strunk, equipment managerg Mary Lou
Neville, freshman representative, and the managers,
Wzlndzi Fuller, Lavon Lionharger, Mary Howe, Velma
Cass, Genevieve Holhrook, and Jeanne Grund.
Of course, without the help of Miss Marjorie Adams,
advisor, the association would not have heen ahle to
attain such heights of progress. Mrs. Sherman was
always to he counted on to field good teams from the
ranks of the underclassmen along with Miss' Hill and
Miss Converse who were also G. A. A. coaches.
THE .IlTIiY4H:fwa:i'il Ha:'ifi'. lialph I"i'i-ilasf, John Marlin, Ralph Fri-ilasr. I'aIi'ii'ia Biinh 1 1
Pziti-ivia liariiliou-:ii Ray Jones
Drama played a leading role in Harbor's activities this year. The addition of a drama
class to the curriculum facilitated productions. Members of the class helped with sets,
inakefup and costumes for all assemblies and other programs, besides demonstrating
their acting ability in the numeruos roles.
The biggest and most successful undertaking of the year was "The Saturday Evening
Ghost" directed by Miss Froehlich and presented to the community and school.
The freshmen's quiz show was very spontaneous and unrehearsed while the juniors
circus and side show provided many laughs. The sophomores mystery thriller proved
an excellent background to the variety of talent displayed at this assembly. The seniors
of 1945 reminiscing aboard the "Good Ship Harbor" concluded a year of good enter'
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One of the more important functions of high school life is the field of athletics. No
sports event would he complete without the colorful exhihition of the song and cheer
leaders, Their efforts are invaluahle in rousing pep at all games and other sports T5 K
events and actually are a part of the event that cannot he omitted.
The excitement, tenseness' and exhilaration of foothall are stimulated hy the song
leaders and cheer leaders. The song leaders, Jeannie Lou Grund, Gloria Matson and
Jean Alexander did a superb joh of leading the spectators in Harhor's traditional fightf
ing songs. Cheer leaders Roy Ward, Johnny Fowler, Tanya Seeley and Judy Chapman
showed tireless energy in directing the cheering section. In rain and mud, they were
out proving to the team how completely the school was hack of them.
Sang am! einem
First Row: Voawli Milli-V, Alan Antlri-ws, Hill Talstra. Don Gralilc-. John Martin, Riley Gaynor, Dim-k
Hztrw-i'. Bob Owens, Stewart Gillette Earl Killvl'c-r, Stanley Thannrson.
Sm-4-ond Row: IJ:-an Dolalslson. Glynn Bois-S, Howl Mat-Millian. Rivhartl Kilpatriek, Rivharil Kinyon, Charles
Atkinson, Boytl Hoi'1'r'll, Jim Melton. Bill VanHorn, Al Bishop, John Shafer.
Third Row: Dir-k Grahle. Harold Lowry, Rotlily Gllllltl, Dick Otto, Arthur Ahhott. Qllillt'y' Hass, Bolt
Dnrkc-e, Dt-nt Robinson, Don Miller, Jinx Donirlas, Don Vansihn, Ralph Freitagr.
Lead on hy traditional Harhor "never say die" spirit and the will to win, Harhor's
1944 Varsity Footballers enjoyed another successful season under the tuterage of
head coach Les Miller, and assistant Bill Overlin.
The Sailor grid machine powerhoused its way through its first four opponents with
comparative ease to go into the championship thriller with Santa Ana, which saw
the Saints take away the hunting after a hard fought 7f6 skirmish before 7,500
gasping fans. The Tars, plagued hy naval calls and injuries, continued their fight the
next week as they tackled Orange, who scored on an Slfyard pass play in the waning
seconds of the game to tie the Tars 737, after the locals had kept their territory
free from the enemy the entire afternoon. They wound up the season the next
week, without the aid of joe Iviuniz, who received his naval eall hefore the Panther
fray, and Diek Freeman who was called after the Orange game. The final game
saw the gallant and fighting Tars drop a l2f6 toughie to Fullerton.
DICK FREEMAN LES MILLER
Season highlights . . . Miller's extraordinary passing and kicking that netted him a
berth on the second allfleague team along with end Glynn Boies, and guard Gene Lee.
. . . Freeman'S stellar line play that placed him on the allfC.I.F. team as well as the
allfleague eleven . . . Miller was selected as the most valuable man . . . Team composed
of: ends, Glynn Boies, Rod Maclviilliang tackles, Freeman and jim Douglasg guards,
Roddy Gould, Gene Leeg center, john Shafer, hacks, Al Bishop, joe Muniz, Ralph
Freitag, Don Miller.
RESULTS or VARSITY GAMES
We Opponent 'They
12 Laguna 6
7 Tustin 0
7 Anaheim 0
14 Hunt. Beach O
6 Santa Ana 7
7 Orange 7
6 Fullerton 12
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Using the famous "Shaughnessy T," Coach Jack Nolan's Tarhahies came through
the season undefeated, hut tied three times, to earn a reputation of being the toughest
in the League. Van De Walker, Croft, Silva, and Mello composed the greatest array
of hacks in the loop, and with the circuit's two speediest ends to work end arounds,
gave Harbor a very diversified attack. The strong forward wall of: ends, Glenn Eilts,
Cal Leatherwoodg tackles, Bill Benhow, Mervin Grieweg guards, Bill Weatherwax,
Ordean Monsen, and center, jim Shafer or Richard Brace presented a formidahlc
defense that stymied all comets.
Bee highlights . . . Santa Ana ties locals after trailing hy 12 points . . . Mcllo's- 70'
yard gallop in thc Oiler game that was nulified hy clipping . . . The rccord turnout
of over S5 potential Bee pigskinners.
Front Row: D4-nt Robinson, Don Milli-r, Glynn Holes, John Shafer. Ralph Freitag.
Back Row: Bob Durlu-0, Dir-k Otto, FV:-sl Hope, Sli-wart Gillette, Eilwarni Hill, Boyd Horn-m-ll.
Coach Ralph Reed's Varsity quints notched up a creditable season, after starting
out on what appeared to be a long and weary schedule. The Reedmen played each
and every game with a calm and collected atmosphere that enabled them to knock off
several of the top teams of the county. Built around their high scoring center, Dent
Robinson, the locals were seldom installed as prefgame favorites although they beat
the majority of their opponents.
Glynn Boies and Don Miller paired up to give
the 'liars two of the flashiest all around basket'
hall players in the league, while the blubber boys,
Ralph Freitag and Johnny Shafer had everyone
amazed at their uncanny ability to maneuver around
the court from the guard spots, Most satisfying win
was from Fullerton. Robinson placed on the Allf
League team at center.
CAPT, GLYNN Bonis
COACH RALPH REED
Froixl R w: Bob Dllnlnlm, lim-ox'g'v X71lI'Illl'j', Jllll'Mlll'Sllllll. H2ll'1ll4lYvZilltll'Wi1llil'l', Glenn Ellis, DavidH11ghes.
Nlnlillu Row: Roy Yv'.irnI, Louis Mi-Ilo, John Fowler, Huhlmrel Howe. llilI!ll'l'Ull 'llllUlll,
Iiuvli Row: Tony liaillszn. Jim Shzifc-r. Walt:-1' Slll4'4'l', Paul While, Jzu-k Sillllilblll.
Wlizlt was tagged as the hest team in Southern California turned out to he just
another good team, as Harhor's Bees played through a very unsettled season that
found them hot one night and eold the next. With such players as Harold Van De
Wzilker, George Yardley, jule Mzmrshalll, Glenn Eilts, Dave Hughes, and johnny
Fowler, the Sailors appeared destined for the championship at the opening of the
season as they walloped all opposition and went to the Anaheim tourney hefore
losing their first to Anaheim in the finals hy one point. As the League opened, the
Tars had a hard time finding the hueket and as a
result got off to a had start that sank their hopes.
Most satisfying win was the 430.8 defeat of Ana'
heim which also hroke the Colonist's 17fgame win'
muy tr lk sf CAPT. HARoLD VAN DE WALKER
s S ' MGR. Bos FERGUSON
MGR. EARL KILLEFER
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Front Row: Hui-olrl Ni-unizui, llolx-rl N4-ltli-, liomllil Rlmu. Bill Junli-s.
Miildlz- Row: Don Wooilhousi-. Howurcl Polloi-li, Eilwzlrml Hanson. Bill Rohm-ts.
Buck Row: Bi-rsri-ii Hi-ss. Viv-::il Pinlilify, I"i'ml Mason, Jann-s Ashvn. Bolw llc-liiiffi
Coach -lack Nolan's Cees were slated for the championship as the season opened,
hut this prognostication was soon withdrawn after Richard Brown, sharpfshooting
forward, sustained a husted clavical.
Withcnut their pacefsetter, the mighty lighties dove into stiff competition, as- they
defeated Anaheim in the season inaugural, hut lost to Huntington Beach in their
second outing of the year. From there on out it was no race as the Qilers rolled
on unharasscd and the Sailors tasted several defeats.
The team was made up of Ronnie Rima, who was the high scorer, Boh Nettles
who, as a lanky center, was a stalwart on defense,
Harry Neuman, who teamed up with james at
fczrwardg Don Vxfoodhouse, southpaw guard, and
COACH JACK NOLXN Capt, Ronnie Rima who filled in at the other
CAPT, RONNIE Rii-fm guard P055
Front Row: Burl Ali-xzimlm-in Dan Walton. Mllrrziy Brown. Vlizirli-s Huy, Ilzirid Wilil.
44-1-ond Row' Jim Hi-ziston, John 'I':iIs1x':u. lkivid 'l'rm-blond. Dm-mils BPZIIIY Bill Brownie.
1 C 'lla , Bob Check.
liavk Row: I Donalil Otto, Wally Slllll-ll, Osvzu' Holland, Rluy usl 's
Harbors Dees had a tough time of it as they constantly found themselves, the green
team going against a hunch of experienced players. If nothing else, Coach jack Nolan's
midgets gained much experience that will he of value to them when they go up to
higher ranks. During the season several promising players were uncovered in Murry
Brown, Danny Walton, Donnie Otto, Johnnie Talstra, Bohhie Check and others. The
Dees had a rough time the entire season and garnered their only win from Orange,
although they were shaping into a winning combine
at the end of the season.
The mighty midgets are in hopes of teaming up
next year as Cees and gain revenge for the defeats
handed them this year. They lost their last game of
the year to Fullerton even though they played their CAPT' MURRAY BROWN
finest- "C" Ed? "D" MGR. Rieiman BROWN
Front Row: John Marlin. Quinwy Cass, liill 'l':1lsti'a. l":l'll4'Fl Full:-r, Jim Mc-lion, Bill Van Horn,
Millmllz- Row: Hal Younz, Gi-or:'v lin Pc-rli-, liir-lizu-il Kiliiulria-k. lion Xvillllllll, Roll lN1:u'Millian, Brian
Hsmzzll. All'i'i'4l i'l'aiw.
11:11-li Row: Eel lic-Suit:-r. lim-li ll:-an. llivk H:1i'lu'r. Rivliziril lic-1-knluii, Holm Flury, llzuliih F11-il:l:1',
X3 G11-mi Ears.
Again, as in the past 14 years, Harhor's track teams hrought home some more
trophies for our growing collection.
This year the Tars were short on talent and took a second hehind Santa Ana in
the League Finals held here April 20. Long, drawn out Don Vaughn was high point
man, as he excelled in the high and low hurdles. Sophomore Brian Hanzal was an'
other valuahle cog in the Sailor machine as he hroke the school Century record when
he romped home in front of a classy field at the League prelims in 10.1. Bill Talstra
was a consistent winner, as he gained the distinction of being one of the few Tars
ever to run the mile under five minutes. The Tars won the Brea Relays for the
fourth consecutive time, as they took S-ix firsts out of
nine. ln the Southern Counties the Tars placed third
hehind La Jolla and Huntington Beach. Al Bishop
was lost hy thc Tars to thc Navy early in the year,
CAPT. DoN VAUGHN
Coacn RALPH REED
Front Row: Louis Mello. .lohmiy Mairtin. Glenn Eilts, Hail YOHIILIQ Franz Hzinson,
Mimlilli- Row: Divk W':i1l1wi', Roux-r Hillhoilsv. A11'ri-il Crzuil-. Jim Boonwr. Jr-ri-y Platt. Rover Putin'-
sol Di 'li Hi':l4-in
lim-k Row: Diwk Doslil. Ilziviml l'i'oss, lioh Hznstimrs. IJil1'1'0il Tiirlii-in Roux-1' Lind. .lim Ruin-1, B111
l'larl1or's championship Bee team featured several outstanding performers in vor'
satile Hal Young, springy Glenn Eilts, john Martin, distance man Ernie Fuller, jim
Ruhel, shot putter and furlong expert, and Dick Wallner, high jumper, all who placed
high in the League Finals and who contrihuted largely to the defeat of Fullerton for
the championship. Hal Young, heing a Cee, stood out strongly as he copped a douhle
win in the century and furlong and set the Cee hundred record at 10.3. Eilts hroke
the league record in the hroad jump with a super leap of 21 feet an inches. He also
racked up a second hehind Young in the hundred. lvlartin tied Millers low hurdle
mark of 13.7. Before heing called into the Navy, Frank Hanson was a capitol
contender in the 660.
Bees Young, Eilts, Martin, Ruhel and Crane
were highly ihstrumental in the Tars' winning of CljfCAPT- HAL YOUNG
the Brea Relays' and also their showing at the CWCAPT, GLENN EILT5
SOl1Cl1CI'11 CQ1UI1tiCS f1'1CCf.
Front Row: Ray Uravl-s. Don Wnomllxousv. Ronnie- Kinizi, Ed Hanson. Danny Walton, Harold
Pollovk, B4'I'H'l'll Hess.
Midillm- Row: John Qlilllill-I'llt'I', Ralph Nohli-. Hob Ili-li1il'l'. Jim Ashvn, Bill Jann-S, lion Divlu-y.
lizlwk Row: Sidney Ilaivimlson, frilly' Tripii-rm, lfrzink Bl!UlIll'l'. Fr:-il Mason, Russell Gilhi-rl, Rudy
Harhor's midgets had rough goings after starting out with what appeared as a
championship cluh. Coach Reeds Cees found competition growing as the season aged
and when the finals were over they found themselves snuggled firmly in third place
hehind the championship Huntington Beach unit and the runnersfup from Anaheim.
jimmy Ashen was the pace setter as he ran the century, low harriers and the relay,
taking a second in the first in the finals. Doc Hanson was outstanding in the shot put
and also was a strong sprinter as he tied the school record in the 50 at 5.8. Other
potential tracksters were uncovered in Ray Graves, sprinterg Bohhy DeRuff, hurdlerg
Don VJoodhouse,, pole vault and hroad jump, and Fred'Nlason, sprinter and distance
runner. Buck Bean, Rudy Casillas. and Sidney
Davidson jr. ran the Varsity mile, although Dees.
Bean made his letter, and with it garnered the record
of lacing the first Dec ever to make his letter.
CAPT. En HANsoN
l"roni Row: liill Van Horn, Bnyil Horri-ll. Ralph l4'l'l'llilLLi. Jim Slmli-x'.
Mirlillv- Row: Dirk Otln. Nolan Arr-her, Bill W1-alhf-rwax. Bill Jzimr-s, J, R. Fonnrfll,
liavli Row: liolv lJlll'lil'4'- Halrolil Lowry, Tony Rzillszl, Siilnz-y Gzllzlwzny.
The Varsity haselwall team started out with such a green team that it was helieved
that it would take a streak of luck to produce them a win. In their opening game the
Tars fielded a team composed of three freshies, one soph, two juniors, and three
seniors. They lost this game l3f1 to Huntington Beach. The next game saw the Tars
take the field with a few changes and lose a thriller to Tustin l2f11. In the next
game Coach Miller assigned the chucker chores to Ralph Freitag, holdover catcher,
and shifted fielder Bill Weatherwax to the other end of the hattery and converted
pitcher Jule Marshall to the hot corner. This new arrangement along with some
outfield changes gave the Tars their first win that was highlighted hy Bill Van Horn's
homer into deep center with two ahoard. The league
got underway too late for the final results, hut from
the looks of things this year's green outfit will hring
the Tars laurels next year. CAPT' RALPH FREITAG
Coxon LES MILLER
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Frunt Row: John Fowl:-In lim-nato Monavo, i'a1nm-ron Thom, Russ:-ll Ri-4-11, Rosrm-1' Lind, Gooch-ll VV:u'i'1-11.
Middle Rowt Alun Amir:-w, Milford l,ionh:n':r1-i', Hlllvhzn-nl Howe. .Im-It Rivhzu-4Ison, Walt Swim-r,
Bavk Row: I'o:u-h IIlll'1'y!1I2llI. Armzimlo lxllYIHll'U. G4-orxv Y:u'dl1'y, f'll2ll'l4'w Atkinson. Don Otto.
I'larhor's tennisters had three lettermen, a new coach, and a vigorous schedule as
the season opened. Under the ahle direction of Coach Floyd Harryman Harhor's
netters got off to a good start as they opened April 2. In their dehut, the Tars lost to
Orange, winning only one set. The following week the same team returned to the
fold to trample Huntington Beach 17f9. The team was composed of: first singles,
Cameron 'lhomg second singles, jih Ruhelg third singles-, Earl Killeferg fourth singles,
Roger Lindy first douhles, Johnny Fowler and George Yardley: second doubles, Bard
Howe and jack Richardson. Thom lettered for the third year while Fowler and
Yardley gained their second stripe. Ruhel and Lind
were reserves last year. Killefer and Richardson
made the team their first year out. With the excepf
tion of Richardson, the entire team will return
COACH FLoYn HARRYMAN next year.
CAPT, CAMERON THoM
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Row' Dir-li Otto. Russo-ll Hzlniptmi, liill Smllli. l"rul1I Row: VV:lll Spiwr-V, .lim Sh:1l'4'l'.
Row -n1'::i- M4-Kr-uhznn, Dwight Tnylrn-. .I:u'l: Hiwtvtlr-i'. lizu-li Rnwi I-Ill Hill, l':niur-x'rm 'I'l1om. -1:11-li SIIlIl'llI'4l.
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Fllbl Row. luvelyii lim-a, .Tzu-kie TilYllDl'- Marilou Mai-shall, I'1-Huy Ni:-lsr-n,
Miihlli- Row: Virgriiiizi Pass:-l, .Ii-an Tronips-Ir-r. Joyeif Jones, F1-ali:-1-s Wileox, Vireiilia lizu-hmaim
Back Row: Uomiii- Shook. l.:uN1-llv Gay. Iionnir- Nz-Ison. Iionnii- Nl1'lil'Sl1Yli Pzllric-ian Flilllilfilll
The C.A.A. hegan one of its most successful years hy inaugurating a new sys'
tem of practice for the upperclassmen which proved to he worthwhile hecause it
eliminated considerahle confusion after school, and also improved practice.
The usual fall favorite, haskethall. led to one of the hottest interclass hattles of
the entire year. The juniors. eaptained hy Dorothy Wliite finally won the tourf
nament after defeating the senior first team hy one point. Aiding manager Lavon
Lionharger were the captains. jane Alexander. Sarah Best. and wlolee Meacham for
the seniors, sophomores and freshmen respectively. After a successful sportsday
at Fullerton. the following girls were found worthy of the allfstar team honors:
Peggy Mickelwziit fcaptj. June Crawford. joan lvlartin. Evelyn Rea. Ardellc
Kennell. Alolee lvleaeham. and ,lean Shipke '.
For the first time in the history of the G A A H h
I ' . . .. ar or hasketeers came home
from Huntington Bw 'l "I ' ' ' A ' '
e lei vtiti a championship in hoth th l
e ower and upper divisf
ions. This successful seasc ' ' ' 3
in was managed hy lVIary Howe ind th l
g 3 z e c ass captains
were Vxfanda Fuller. Ardelle Kcnnell. Velma Cass and Catherine Andrews. l t
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e . H pacing on the allfstar team. The
team was as foll ' ' ' N
ows. Ardelle Kennell feaptl W d F ll
. . . , an a u er. June Crawford,
Peggy Ivlickelwait z d Hr h' '
in er erta Johnson.
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division came in sf' d N N " ' ' ' '
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. . W pi H ivision were: glean Calf
ligher. high point wini H ' W' ' i
ier. anda Fuller. Ardelle Kennell. Nancy Neiee and
First . In x Mif-ltvlwail, Anlellv Kr-mn-Il, Hi-rhm-Ia Jrbllllriflll. VVancla Fiillvr. Jilin- f'rawl'or1I.
hllnlillfi Row: Lavun lAlUIllVill'!l'4'I'. MilI',II1l'Il' l'i-iw-, Velma Vass, Gloria Tc-lzlall. lim-vm-rly Houihnoli
In-in Iam- Rulwl. Ji-an Shipkvy, !Tath4-i'ilii
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Nan Pierson. The lower division winners were: Mildred Curley, Betty Bilger,
Charlotte Phinney, Paula Castle, Connie Shook and Dorothy Wright, high point
winners in this division.
Wanda Fuller served as hockey manager wth Mary Ann Rock, Rosie Muniz,
Norma Fuller and Jean Shipkey as captains of the classes. Huntington was the
scene of the sportsday and the interclass champs once again were the seniors. The
all-star team consisted of Wanda Fuller fcaptj, Peggy Mickelwait, Elaine
Quarry, Lavon Gibson, Martha Clark, Alice Boyd, Ardelle Kennell, Roseanna
Still, Jean Shipkey, Velma Cass and Margie Price.
With Genevieve Holhrook managing the season, volleyball sped hy with joan
Martin, Herherta Johnson, Gloria Tetzlaff and Lou Ann Sampson. The season
was concluded with a sportsday at Anaheim after the seniors had hecome the inf
terelass champions. The volleyhall allfstar team was made up of the following
girls: Nancy Pierson fcaptj, Marilou Marshall, Jane Alexander, June Crawf
ford, Miriam Nash, Peggy Mickelwait, Margie Price, Elaine Quarry, Velma Cass,
and Genevieve Holbrook.
Badminton went off smoothly with Jeanne Crund as manager and June Crawf
mes Betty Bilger and Alyee Klussman as the class captains. Sports
ford, Joyce jc N ,
' f when we played host to 1 .
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day was held in our own gy m
' r ' h Frances Wilcox, Martha Clark and Clyda Elliott were
H ' as managed hy Velm
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Cass. We traveled to BreafOlinda for the hasehall sportsday thus closing ll
citing sports season.
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Costa Mesa, California
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PINK'S DRUG STORE
1860 Newport Blvd.
Costa Meszt, California
The LIDO THEATRE
"The Best In Entertainment"
The Best in Drugs'
Phone 66 Costa Mesa
So MUCH has been learned in school and out
that Much has been forgotten
and to say MORE
is to say
MUSIC IN YOUR LIFE
will add fullness to the years,
increasing immeasurably the goodness
of living throughout your future.
It is second only to
true and lasting friendships
during your school life
which Will be cherished as your
and Best Wishes
Happy and Successful Career.
The "Friendly" stove to 'remember
1807 Newport Boulevard
Costa Mesa's Pioneer Music House
Next door to the Post Office
"Best In Food Servicex'
301 Main Street Balhoa
M. A. COX
Union Oil Dealer
RAY SANDOVAL, Prop.
Near Pier Newport Beach
. 1015 Coast Highway
DR. G. E. TOHILL
Physician and Surgeon
MERMAID MALT SHOP
Permanent Wave Specialist
Compliments of the
STEWART H. PRICE
Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa
"Our Own Make Ice Cream"
Coast Blvd. Newport Beach Newport Beach
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NEWPQRT VARIETY NEWPORT CLEANERS
Near Pier Coast Boulevard
Newport Beach Newport Beach
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Phone: Newport 1325
EARL W. STANLEY
Balboa Island f Corona del Mar
House of Beauty
304 Marine Avenue
Phone Newport 1827
"Wee Jack and Jill Shop"
Everything for the Infant
from 2 to 6
Fruits, Vegetables, Meats and Grocerres
Corner of Marine and Park
219 Marine Avenue
SAWYER SPORT SHOP
207W Marine Avenue
Phone Newport 576
Featuring hundreds of gifts and books
Balboa Island f Phone 1547
Radios' f Plwnographs Phone 780
215 Marine Ave., Balboa Island
NINA'S DRESS SHOP
209 Marine Avenue
BAY DISTRICT HARDWARE
210 Marine Avenue
HAL WILL SMITH
205 Marine Avenue
Balboa and Laguna Beach
204 Marine Ave. f Phone 180
BOBBETTE'S BEAUTY SHOP
115W Marine Avenue
BALBOA ISLAND VARIETY STORE
213 Marine Avenue
WIEGAND FOOD CENTER
206 Marine .Avenue
Attorney at Law
201 Marine Ave. f Phone 111fW
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"Better Food W Better Service"
RWB VARIETY STORE
BARROW'S DEPT. STORE
Dry Goods of All Kinds
Located in the Middle of Costa Mesa
BIC VARIETY STORE
ABBOTT'S FEED STORE
NEWPORT PUBLIC MARKET
2116 Ocean Front, Newport
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