Newport Harbor High School - Galleon Yearbook (Newport Beach, CA)
- Class of 1947
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ff Editor - BEVERLY GRACE
We have collected the momentos of our school year of 1947 so that
you may enjoy them, not only today, but also in future years.
For this edition of the Galleon, we have chosen the theme, "Friend-
shipf' As the years roll by and you leaf through the pages of this book,
you will probably recall chiefly the friends that you had in high school.
As you again visualize the exciting football games and track meets, the
juniorfSenior Prom and the Service Banquet, the classroom discussions
and club activities, you will associate them with the classmates who were
dearest to you.
Some of these members of the class of '47-perhaps the star of the
track team, the fellow who never did have his assignments, the quiet
girl whom none of us knew very well-may be famous several years
from now as an outstanding statesman, a brilliant writer, a noted actress,
or a learned scientist. We shall be so glad and proud to have had them
as our friends at Harbor High.
Many of the students in the class of 1947 will continue to be very
dear to us all of our lives. Some of our most enduring friendships have
been made in this class, and we shall probably come to learn that friend'
ship is one of our most valued possessions.
Miss RUTH DANIELL
For her unceasing inleresl' in 'rhe school ancl slu-
c.len'I's, and l1er willingness fo l1elp us al' any 'lime 1'l1e
Slaff of flue I947 GALLEON fonclly dedica+e l'l1is
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MR SIDNEY H. DAVIDSON f PRINCIPAL
This 1947 Galleon is the seventeenth in an unbroken series of the
student history of our beloved school. Each book as it emerges with its
photographic records safeguards for all time the story of a generation
of the students of Harbor High.
To the seniors, living as youth does in the present, the book gives
photographs of the classmates they see every day, of the sports and
the plays that are still fresh in memory. With the future looming bright
and challenging the average senior cannot possibly appreciate the full
significance of this Galleon.
To those who were seniors back in 1932, however, the Galleon is
a storehouse of priceless reminders. Here are preserved the fresh young
faces of the classmates now adults and living in remote sections of the
world, of the teachers who deeply influenced their lives, of the good
times and the friendships cemented in Harbor's classrooms.
To the class of 1947, I extend my heartiest best wishes for the im'
portant stages of life that are ahead. I am certain that you, too, with
the passage of the years will treasure increasingly your mementos of
these important days at Harbor. Sidney H. Davidson
THE BGARD OF TRU TEE
Harbor High's smoothly run course this year is due chiefly to the
combined efforts of the Board of Trustees, and our principal, Mr.
The Board consists of five capable men: D. Dodge fPres.jg A. H.
Fitzpatrick fclerkjg Joseph Beekg Willard Mellottg Braden Finch fmem'
Among the administrative and financial activities of the school for
which these men are responsible is: hiring of teachers, setting budgets,
purchasing necessary supplies, paying bills, and taking care of all other
financial and administrative activities relative to the maintenance of
We fully appreciate the time and effort they so unselfishly give to
insure the success of our splendid school.
D. J. Domus A. H. FITZPATRICK W. B. MELLOTT
J. A. BEER BRADEN FINCH
MISS WOODWARD f Dean of Girls
MR. HAMBLET f VicefPvincipal
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tanding: Carolee Burdick. Jean Trompeter. Romona
Gruharing. Munna Windringer, Charlotte Best.
Mrs. Albers, Mrs. Hocfner. Mrs. Wilson
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ROGER HILLHOUSE VELMA CASS
The Board of Control, which is the governing board of the
Student Body, convenes every Monday with Mr. Davidson, Our princif
pal. Mr. Thompson and Miss Woodward acting as faculty advisors.
Members of this year's board were: Student Body President, Stanley
"Buz" Chambers, Vice President, Bill Peyton, Secretary, Velma Cass,
Treasurer, Roger Hillhouseg Senior Class Representative, Bob Robins,
Junior Class Representative, Murray Brown, Sophomore Class Repre'
sentative, Gene Milleng and Freshman Class Representative, john
The duties of this board are to approve dance applications Of student
organizations, and in general to ,supervise student body finances.
The Student Court is to maintain Order On the campus. Anyone
who may have broken a rule Of some kind is brought before the Court,
and may be punished, according to the seriousness of his Or her Offense,
Those representing the Student Court are Mr. Hughes, Faculty Advisor,
Bill Peyton, Vice President, who presides over the meetings, Secretary,
Nod Cass, Treasurer, Roger Hillhouseg Hi Tar Representative, Louie
Mello-first semester, and Bill Roberts-second semester, and Girl's
League Representative, Joy Jane Robinson.
We appreciate the hard work these members have done this year!
BOB RoEiNs MURRAY BROWN GENE MILLEN JIM HITC1-:MAN
Semor Class Rep. junior Class Rep. Sophomore Class Rep. Freshman Class Rep
Louis MELLO JOY ROBINSON BILL ROBERTS
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BILL BROVJNIE JIM ASHEN HELEN DAVIS
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Board of Control
Mary Gurley. Peggy Ann Smith. Catherine An-
drews. Nancy Jenkins. Gloria Cross, Virginia
Compton. Betty Bean. Doris Billings, Edna Bagby,
Shirley Beach. Mary Redding. Daryl Bernasconi,
Ruth Tuck. Della Beal.
Weston Crocker. Bob Whyte. Larry Kruse. Bob
Mitchum. Collins Christy, Rudy Casillas. Jack
Stafford. Wayne Corbin. Jim Ashen. Boyd Horrell,
Murray Brown. Bob Gill. Allan Greeley.
Bill Bodenhoefer. Dennis Bean. Ralph Rorick. Dean
Hall. Don Otto. Jim Craig. Jerry' Tripp, Stanley
Bell. Ronald Birtcher, LeRoy Brown, Bill Brownie,
Dirk Balch. Dwayne Campbell.
Jack West, David Wild. Dan VValton, Ed Wilcox.
Glenn Young. Bill Weatlierwax. .lolin Wilson.
Jim Wells, Dolores Marshall. Lorna Yost. Mary
Yamami. Helen Svznitli. Helen Winters. Clycla Mae
Elliott. Dolores Young. Sue Hume, Barbara Hale.
Gwyn Young. Pauline Weiner. Louanne Taylor,
Lou Ann Sampson, Put Welch. Alyre Klussnian.
Joyce Stewart. Betty Weatlierall. Evelyn Timber-
lake. Lee Lionbarger.
Kip Nicol, Frank Watts. Don Dickey. Frank Waltze.
Charles Wildman, Dennis Turner.
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Wyvonne Berry, Mary Siebengartner, Connie Shook,
Virginia Straling. Dixie Samith, Dorothy Reed,
Alene Suttora. Bernice Luper
Harold Schierholt, Jim Snyder. Jack Shafer, Bev-
erly' Sharp, Annette Shirley, Anne Baxter, Colleen
Slaten, Shizue Shigaki, Blackie.
Robert Scott, John Sailors, Paul Robertson, John
Sadlier, Don Scott, Jim Steffenson. Dale Stward,
Bimi Powell. Pat McMasters, Elouise Owen. Mary
Neville. Shirley Mitchell. Shirley Millard. Barbara
Bill Mattingly. Carl Parker. Ralph Noble. Bob
McDermott. Bonnie Nickerson, Bonnie Nelson. Pat
McCall, Don Otto, Virgil Pinkley.
Paul Robertson. Pete Norris, Armando Monaco.
Don McCallum, David Patterson. Ronald Othmer,
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CARLTON MEARS DON jomis Dowmis MCTGEE GENE MILLEN
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Richard H2llllll1if'llt'l', Keo Fisher. Thelma Harland.
Mary Greiner. Shirley Huffman. Barbara Hardi-
man. Bonnie Finley, Alva Anne Denton, Mary Nell.
Ann Flory. Berle Haley, Dorothy Fowler, Ronnie
Erl Greenl Roger Gordon. Betty Hass, Lyn Bar-
rett. Shirley Firlfller. Bernive Fletrher, Della Ilol-
brook. Shirley Sz-hriz. Snsy Fowler. Elaine Free-
man. Ruth Gl'imm. Jim Graham.
Don llitvhnlan, Bud Bennett. Dick Ferguson. Bill
Hand. David Fletm-her. Delbert Gridley, Kenneth
Galaway. Bruee Ellerhroek, Bill Gustafson. Larry
Hart. Ronald Haines.
Norman Haynes, Ruth Ilwlwotson. Jenn llownrd
Vivian Horvath, Kathaleen llill. Sheila Howe
Estelle Jackson. Peggy Johnson. Barbara King
Connie Hanson. June Hoffman, Pat Jones.
Merlin Kesel. Don Jones, Don Knipp. Rodney' llnln'
son, APhylliS- Larhmeyer. Man Kelly, Mary L1-e
Laurie. Javkw Johnston, Roh Lanllfivlll. .lohn Kin-
eaid, Maynard Lohell.
Stephen Hope. Stanley llomlgkinson, Charles Ilan-
son, Arthur Killion. Ivan Hoffarml. Ronald Lester
Bundy Chamberlain, Ruby' Cardell, Joan Dodd.
Pat Arnold, Barbara Burnhouse. Dorothy Carter,
Renee Aughe, Joann Bauders, Grace Crocker.
Victor De Sutter, Lincoln Clark. Beverly Bucking-
ham .Lorraine Brest. Barbara Collier, Imogene
Brown, Carol Arnesen, Marie Crews. Dick Coun-
Mike Balch, Roger Beck, Dick Dunlap. Jack Croft.
Ed Blehm, Orren Brooks, Bernard Bardon. Warren
Back Row :
Dora Perez. Dorothy' Paulsen. Frankie Pauli, Mary
Jo Quarry, Ann Pollins. Joan Mason, Dolores
McGee, Pat Paxton, Terry McGuiness, Mercille
Al Muniz. Jim Ravely. Alyn Nielsen, John Ragan.
William Rabbitt. Carlton Mears. Bill Mealey. Gene
Millen. David Pridham, Jim Nettles, John Pitts.
Leroy Patterson. Bill Klussman,
Don McDowell. Roger McKenzie. Ted Millett. Jerry
Meek, Howard Larned. Bob Ore. Walt Racker.
Ruth Varney. Lonita Vincent. Nancy Ward. Imo-
gene Williams. Charlene Wall. Frances Mary
Wright, Diane Trask. .Ioan Zube. Wilcox. Molina
Boh S'i11i1'c'l1. Duane Wells, Earl Trapp. Bob Yard-
ley, Don Ward. Lenny Winner. Dean Williams.
Bob NVells, Donald Willrut.
Stanley Young. Arlie Toulouse. Bob Trusty. Bob
Wood. Jim Woods, Don Woods. Charles Crawford.
Thelma Susman, Pat Kelly. Pat Seegar. Carolyn
Svhniidt, Mary Robins. Dmnma Ring. Jc-an Reed.
Virginia Roy:-e. Joann Russell. .Ian Talstra.
Albert Svrnith. Eugene Ruvger. Ella Threet. .loyanv
Steward. Joyce Smith. Darlene Taylor, Rarlwaru
Taylor. Kenneth Taylor.
Harvey Stern. George Reeves. Donald Shivlt. Boll
Thompson. Jerry' Spangler, Frank t-'vpivlhe1'gQ-r,
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MARYIN JOHNSON DIANE WESTLAKE KATHY LIBBY JIM HITCHMAN
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Allen. Maureen Camermi. Rusarnuml Clark. Juan
Benhuw, Barbara Brownie. Doris Arnuld. Marjorie
Chandler. Peggy Cnmk.
Charles Cnmptun. .lack Bell, Juan Cox. Vivian
Cawtlnvn. Wanda Bryant. Evelyn Barkley. Anita
Cnane. Leon Caldwell. Jive Casillas. Don Cantrell,
David Chambers. Harold Bauniea. Bill Clanc-y.
Bob Blaisdell. Dun Barnes. Jerry' Blue. John Boyd.
.lark Clark. David Canchula. John Burger. Chris
Christensen. Don Bayliss.
Frnnt Ruw: Durnlliy Queener, Carol Runsli, Kallwrinm- Ralwlnitt.
Carol Piersun. Juyve Puri-ell. Arlene Raggan, Diam-
Pattersun, Diane. Sk'lllllf.2'9l'.
Se1'umiRow: Jim Snlfrank. Steve Sailors. Norma Opp, Luvy
Pillkley. Faith Smith. Steve Pridhani. David Stmiv.
Nivk Slaughter, Toni I'artun.
Bark Huw: Gene Sherman, Per Ps-tersmi. James Runisey. Joe
Rosan. Ted Peterson. Jim Nurek. Dun Swlandage.
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Thompson. Barbara Strihhling. Fa5 Huddleston.
Barbara Reed. Donna Rook. Diane Westlake. Betty
Updike. Virginia Stroup. Bill Warne. .Iaok Wood.
Bruce Johnson. Phillip Shafer. Ralph Wells. Mat-
tie Jean Queen. Phyllis Watkins. Pat Taylor. Alive
Voright. Jackie Thomas. Carol Clark. Velma Prid-
ham. Jack Updike.
Keith Burch. Ted Trompeter. Harlow Rivhardson.
John Kingston. David Stewart. R. C. Crane. Bill
wt Barden Greenleaf. llarhara lfagraii Leola Funk.
Lola Pordill. Velma Crews. Pat Frahrn, Verna
Funk. Beverly Davenport. Derra Dodd. Robbie
Sec'ondRow: Ray Cook. Bob Gillinn. Barbara Forcl. Robin
Cross. Nanvy Green. Catherine Craig. Pat Cox.
Joan Drummond. Diane Gordon. .loanne Dye. Doris
Gates. Diane Dirkerson. Gerald Forest.
w: Harry Crosby. Ronald Engle. Charles Covey, .lark
Ehlen. Fred Guard. Roger Gorman. Larry Durkee.
.Iirn Gross. Robert Gross.
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ont Row: Bell Jackson. VVanda Kasper. Peggy Joiner. Rose- Front Row: Ethel Mitchell. Mary Ann Morey, Lewann Messing.
mary Hartman. Margaret Keller. Pat Hayes. Max- Carolyn Lange, Luella Lester, Barbara Lange.
ine Hartman. Gloria Harris, Jean Hollingworth. Joan Mattingly. Yvonne Millard. Barbara Mt--
Sonya Johns. Richard Herms. Bill Hamm. Clellan. Dorothy Leal.
1-ond Row: David Joy. Robert Kelsey. Marvin Johnson. Jim Second Row: Loretta McCullah. Mary Morales. lm Mae Laurie.
Ibbitson. Lyle Hilmerson. Marlene Jacobson. Janet Naney Lingo. Kathryn Libby. Jewel Mawson. Phyl-
Hill. VVanda Hyatt. Joan Kelly. Roger King. Bill lis Lake. Daisy Lane. Lura Mae Landfield, Mary
Kittle. Don Ketcham. Ronald Jackson. Jim Hur- Mores, Marjorie Law. Bob Monroe. Rivhard Melendez.
tado. Jim Kimbrough. Bark Row: Bob Murry. Gene Mc-Masters. Bob McClelland.
ek Row: Dick Herms. Jim Kline. Jim Hitchman. John Hall. Raymond Louiver. Jerry Lingo, Gene Mitvhell.
Leonard Hale. Ed Hale, Bob Hall, Bob Haynes, Jim McVay. Don Middleton. George Murray. Ronny
Don Jackson. Ed Kauffeld. Mf'Bl'id9- H. C. Mc'Corkhill.
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Front:-Mrs. Richmond, Bill Smith. Richard Cooper, Molly Redmond,
Keith Nicol, Jean Trompeter, Verna Nielsen, Pat Glass.
Back:-Rudy Casillas, Bonnie Nelson, Daryl Bernasconi, Mike Gaines.
Harbor's industrious Beacon staff has really done itself proud this year. Even
though it was a very small group, it was blessed with some very fine editors and re'
Wheim class assembled, Molly Redmond took over as editorfinfchief, and with the
aid of Mrs. Richmond, advisor, was responsible for many fine papers. The editors
for the 'first semester were: First pageAMolly Redmond, second pagefBob Cooper,
assistantvliip Nicol, third page-Pat Glass, sports-Mike Gaines, assistantfffRudy
As the second semester rolled around, some changes came about on the staff. Bob
Cooper became editorfinfchief, and Jean Trompeter took over the first page.
Now for those who did so much of the hard work that goes into making a paper.
These are the noble guys and gals who'fought the deadline every week to bring the
news to the press, the reporters. They were: Daryl'Bernasconi, Verna Nielson, Georgia
Briscoe, Betty McCubbins, Bonnie Nelson, Peggy Smith, Marion Pitts, Bill Smith and
MOLLY REDMOND Rlctufxan Cooima
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Front Row: Alyr-e Klnssman, Dolores Ring. .lzlcfjnio Goodyear.
Peggy Trino, Dorothy WVright. Bnrbru Stovall.
Mary Milling, Mildred Gurley.
Tanya Seely, Gloria Tetzlaff. Marie Lu Perle, Ray
Jones. Norma Fuller. Punlu Castle. Beverly Grace.
Joy Jane Robinson.
A Stranger. Paul Robertson. Bob DeRuff. Fred
Mason, Dick Deaver, Carlton Mears. James Kline.
HO OR OCIETY
Front Row: Pat Welch, Ken Fisher, Anno Ritter. linux
Kathryn Cunninghzini, Dzirleen Bryant. Ann Floi
Second Row: Gladys Golew. Shirley Gehrig, l'riscillai G1PLiS4
Bzirbaral Hollingworth. Conniv Fvhook. Murlc
Jzicfobsoll, Mzir'gz1i'et Nelson. Grzirv Howlzi
Burk Row: Phillip Inman. Ted Lehnizin. Svlini Franklin. Vir
Pinkley. Bill Brownie, Pete- Norris, Mziyiizmi I
loell. James Steffenson. Kip Nivol.
Front Row: Ada Frankek Vlyvonne Berry. Ann Fieciizan, Ruth luck. Bennie Ilolsxii. Bonnie
Nickerson. Mona Vilindrlnger, Virgfnia Cassel.
Second Row: Richard Cooper. Barbara Reed, Lee Knight, Lorna Yost. Ruby Laurie. Barbara
Packard, Phyllis Young.
Harhor students enjoyed the lihrary more than ever this year, Many inttrtsting
hooks were hought for the students' henefit, including current hest sellers In tht
pleasant atmosphere of the lihrary and under the guidance of Miss Ruth Stover sixtttn
assistants learned the methods of running the lihrary.
It was the center of interest to new and old students' alike. The seniors look hnk
upon the hours spent digesting the pages of the Encyclopedia Britannica, tht hours
spent hrowsing through newspapers: the lihrary remains one of the favorite memories
of all the graduates.
From April 17th to 20th the lihrary was converted into an art gallery. A year
ago the first Art Exhihit was held here. It was greeted with such interest hy the
community that it is now heing regarded as an annual attraction The first exhihit
was sponsored hy the Newport Harhor Chamher of Commerce and all paintings were
scenes of the Harhor area. The prize awards were "Light on the jetty" hy Rex Brandt
and "The Harhorv hy Dan Lutz. This year the Newport Harhor Ehell Cluh was
sponsor and provided a fund of two hundred dollars for a single purchase prize.
From one hundred five entries, fiftyfone paintings were selected hy an all artist jury.
Milford Zornes' "Point Arena" won the purchase prize and was presented to the
school hy the Ehell Cluh. The two pictures voted the most popular in the exhihit
were "The Lone Sentinel" and "The Red Barn," done hy our own art teacher, John
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Sonya Johns. Alice Vought. Grace Howland, Marge
Gibbs, Pat McMasters, Jewel Mawson. Doris Gates.
Lincoln Clark, Jack Ehlen. Dick Hermes, Lenny
Winner. Dean Williams. Jackie Benedict. Joy Rob-
inson. Margaret Nelson. Marlene Jacobsen. Bar-
bara Reed, Peggy Smith.
Barbara Stribbling. Ray Jones, Helen Ekstrand.
Margaret Kipp, Patricia Haynes. Donna Ring.
Beverly' Grace. Bob Wells. Karl Sfihilling, Jerry
Lingo. Jere Meek, Lee Lionbarger. Jane Thomp-
son, Barbara Bonson, Shirley Fidler, Frankie
Paul. Barbara Barnhouse. Jackie Thomas.
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Back Row :
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Nancy Lingo. Mary Morales. Lura Mae Landfield,
Loretta McCullah. Dolores Marshall, Paula Castle
taccompanistj, Dot Carter Philip Inman, Sid David-
son. Jim Harris. Dick Brace. Ted Lehman. Howard
Larnard. Barbara King. Joanne Cox. Patty Gould,
Bernice Luper, Donna Rock. Joan Westlake.
Carol Clark. Virginia Stroup, Ruby Laurie, Jean
Hollingworth, Norma Anderson. Nancy VVilson.
Velma Pridham, Norma Fuller. Marian Pitts,
Evelyn Timberlake. Barbara Brownie. Emma Perez.
Mary' Siebengartner. Dorothy Leo, Marjorie Law.
Mary Moores, Peggy Johnson. Betty Updike.
Margaret Nelson taccompanistj. Lincoln Clark, Fred Hope. Brian Hanzal,
Sidney Davidson. Jimmy' Snyder, Dick Brace, Philip Inman. Lee Lionbarger.
Under the excellent leadership of Miss Marie Hiebsch,
who is back in the music department after a year's ab'
sence, and with a greatly increased enrollment, the chorus
was able to present a number of very successful prov
grams this year.
These were: The music assembly, given in conjunction
with the rest of the music department, the Arimistice Day
program, put on by Mrs. Feeley's English classes and the
chorusg the P.T.A. district programp the Christmas prof
gram with its breathtaking candle light processiong and
the Orange County Music Festival in which forty of the
chorus members participated.
The highlight of the year was the Chorus-Choir
Spring Concert given for the purpose of raising money
to buy robes. It was a great hit, reaching the climax
with the concertized version of the opera "Carmen"
The season ended with the entire chorus participating
in the graduation services and a choir composed of seniors
singing at commencement.
Paula Castle taccompamstl, Ray Jones. Margaline Gibbs, Margaret
Kipp Shirley Fidler, Margaret Nelson. Marlene Jacobsen.
Front Row: Connie Shook. Tom Summers, Alva Denton, Mike Smith. Bob Slaughter, Paul
Second Row: Joyce White, Jerry Robinson, Fred Guard, Jim Goss, Bud Van Deavender. Harlan
goygp. Barbara Hollingworth, Barbara Fagan, Marcus Monson. Buz Noble. Jim
Third Row: Ruth Grimm. Pat Kelly. Ethel Mitchell, Don Cantrell, Karl Sihilling. Terry Welch.
Norman Wyers. Glenn Smouse. Frank Speilberger. Joan Dye. Jim Hitchman. Dick
Brace. Steven Hope. Beverly' Cornesl, Marvin Smith, Larry Durkee.
Back Row: Jerry Blue, Jack Hostetler, Bill Skiles.
This year's Harbor Band has had one of its most successful seasons. Starting with
the football season, the band played at all of the league games except Santa Ana. Our
band was also the official band of the Armistice Day football carnival.
After football came basketball, so the band again helped in furthering school
spirit. At each of thc games, the band was' divided into smaller pep groups which
played popular music as well as school songs.
ln the spring the Orange County Music Festival drew a large representation from
our band, All of the people going from Harbor placed high in the competition for
The big band endeavor of the year was the first annual spring concert. This prof
grain, played before a large and appreciative audience, was the culmination of an
extremely busy and happy year.
Under the direction of Mr. Lee Sawin, the string enseinhle had
quite an eventful year. The group was composed of six very talented
people, who practiced hard to make the season a successful one. They
played for hoth the plays that were given. "Junior Miss" and "Stage
Door." The ensemhle also wresented wrograins' for the l'.T.A. and the
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Kiwanis Cluh. The high s ot of the ear was when all meinhers were
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Left to Right: Barbara Petit, Dixie Smith, Luana Alton. Mr. Lee illis a
Front Row: Bob DeRuff, Dick Brown, Hal Young, Rudy Casillas.
Second Row: Bill Weatherwax, Jim Ashen. Bill Roberts, Louis Mello, Buck Bean Don McCallum,
Back Row: Brian Hanzal, Bill Janges, Virgil Pinkley, Roy Ward, Paul Robertson, Armando
Monaco, Bill Peyton, Bill Smith, Mr. Reed.
The relatively new Hi Tar Club has successfully completed its second year of
activities, The purpose of the club is centered around many new activities to occupy
students in their idle time. The Hi Tars are responsbile for such things as sponsoring
the community and noon basketball leagues. The vvomen's basketball champions of
the world, the all American Red Heads, for the second time in two years came to our
school, and also the sensational and extremely comical game of Donkey basketball.
More of the Club's activities are: Annual war whoop, Football programs, provision
of Decathlon medals, Bush League, Peanut League Baseball, and the annual Newport
Harbor District Grammar School Track Meet. .
Officers in the club are elected twice a year. The eligible offices are: Hi Mogul,
Vice Mogul, Scribe, and a Gazabo. The gazabo enforces laws ruling the club. Offices
held this year are, lst semester: Hi Mogul, Louie Mello, Vice Mogul, Roger Hillhouseg
Scribe, Bill Peyton, Gazabo, Brian Hanzal. Second semester: Hi Mogul, Bill Roberts,
Vice Mogul, Buck Bean, Scribe, jim Asbeng Gazabo, Don McCallum. There are
also committees appointed at the beginning of the year to take care of circulation,
publicity, sports, etc.
Plenty of consideration and many thanks should be given to coach Ralph Reed,
who his spare time, supervised and made possible many of the activities men'
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Front Row: Catherine Andrews. Charlotte Phinney. Tanya Seely, Barbra Stovall. Marjorie Price.
Second Row: Dixie Smith, Connie Shook. Verna Neilson, Jean Trompeter. Beverly Grace. Judy
Chapman, Gloria Tetzlaff. Sarah Best.
Back Row: Miss Adams, Anne Ritter, Mary Gurley. Peggy Trine, Paula Castle. Joan Westlake,
Dot Wright, Nancy Wilson, Joy Jane Robinson, Velma Cass, Gloria Matson.
Really living up to their motto, "Sportsmanship, Scholarship and Service," this
cluh had a most successful year. They had the largest number of qualified leaders
in the history of the cluh.
The energetic officers were: Prexy, Tanya Seelyg Vice Prexy, Barhra Stovallg
Secretary, Marjorie Priceg Treasurer, Cathy Andrewsg and Sergcantfatffxrms, Char'
lotte, Phinney. 4
The cluh demonstrated its sportsmanship at games hy spelling programs, supervising
concessions, and encouraging an organized cheering section.
They were outstanding in their service to the school this year. Fehmary 19, the
TrifSigma assemhly, "Black and Bluefoutsf' a sensational show with an all "colored"
cast and Tanya Seely at M. C. was well received hy the students. March 21 a "Half
and Half" costume dance was given in conjunction with the Hi Tars. lt was a
Added to the TrifSigma tradition was the first formal candleflight initiation on
May 1. Thus, the eventful year came to a close with an impressive hanquct. Thcrc
was the installation of new officers and awards were given to the most activc memhcrs.
The cluh owes an immense vote of thanks to Marge Adams, the sponsor, who
made the cluh a success hy her enthusiastic efforts
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Front Row: Dot Wright, Joan Westlake. Jean Trompeter, Peggy Trine, Gloria Tetzlaff, Nancy
Wilson, Marjorie Price.
Back Row: Bonnie Nelson, Jan Talstra, Catherine Andrews, Miss Adams, Barbra Stovall,
Every Tuesday noon, this group of girls could be found in the gym, busily dis'
cussing problems which arise in the Girls Athletic Association. They are the girls who
head this very active organization, the G.A.A. cabinet.
President for the 194647 season was Jean Trompeter. Under her leadership, and
the guidance of Miss Marjorie Adams, advisor, the cabinet had a very successful year.
As for the rest of the cabinet, here's a word about them. Joan Westlake was vice'
president. She spent her time coaching volleyball and keeping the G.A.A. scrapbook
Recording secretary was Dot Wright and corresponding, Gloria Tetzlaff. Norma
Fuller had charge of the funds as treasurer. She also was in charge of selling apples.
Managers are the lasses with lot's to do. It's their job to keep their certain sport
running smoothly as well as helping with the other numerous tasks to be done. Nancy
Wilson took over first. Her sport was basketball. Next was Kathy Andrews with
tennis, followed by Peggy Trine who had Hockey. Bonnie Nelson was badminton
manager, Marjorie Price, volleyball and Jan Talstra, baseball.
The event of the year for these gals was the G.A.A. banquet. It was held April
25th. The theme was Hollywood previews and can be rated with the best of them.
The year ended for these gals, many of whom will not return to Harbor next
year. Serving on the cabinet was loads of fun for them and they're sure to miss it
quite a bit.
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GIRL ' LE GUE
The Girls' League really started off with a "bang" when the Sadie
Hawkin's Dance came around the corner fturned out a big successj.
The next event was the Mother's Tea held in the cafeteria. The program
consisted of the sextette, and a fashion show. Many girls participated
in making it a big success. A woman spoke who was experienced in the
field of specialized careers. The Cabinet also serves as a Court for
those who have had uniform violations.
The officers of the year were: President, Joy Jane Robinson, Vice
President, Verna Nielson: Secretary, Gloria Matsong Treasurer, Beverly
Grace, Representative, Mary Millingg Freshman, Mary Ann Morcyg
Sophomore, Mary Jo Quarry, Welfare, Annette Shirleyg Art, Marie
La Perleg Usherette, Ann Freemeng Finance, Paula Castle.
The capable leadership of Miss Woodward has made this year's
Girls' League a very active school organization.
Front Row: Beverly Grace, Mary Milling. Paula Castle. Joy Jane Robinson. Marie LaPerle
Back Row: Mary Quarry. Mary Morey, Annette Shirley, Miss Woorward, Verna Neilson
The Hall Committee l946f47 had a comparatively uneventful year.
They successfully handled their various legislative and judicial func-
tions. The only change in organization this year was that there were
three groups instead of four, led by captains Roy Ward, Walt Spicer
and Brian Hanzal. Their able lieutenants were: Tanya Seely, Jean
Reed and Earl Killefer. Under these officers were eleven in each group.
These three groups rotated so they served every third week.
The head captain this year was Roy Ward. He deserves much credit
for efficient handling of the organization and overfseeing of the different
The faculty advisor is Mr. Lynne Hughes who was a most capable
administrator for all sides of our student government. His advice was
well heeded by the committee and it was through his enthusiastic efforts
that we had a wellffunctioning student government.
Front Row: Gloria Matson, Pat McCall, Bonnie Nelson, Joan
Dodd, Pat Arnold. Donna Ring, La Nelle Gay.
Second Row: Coleen Slaten, Carol Goss, Annette Shirley, Nancy
Wilson, Beverly' Bechtold, Joan Drummond.
Back Row: Kathy Rabbitt, Grace Howland, Connie Shook,
Mary Gurley, Jean Reed, Diane Westlake, Dorothy
Fowler, Joan Talstra.
Front Row: Roy Ward, Judy Chapman, Beverly Grace, Paula
Castle, Peggy' Trine, Barbra Stovall, Dorothy
Wright. Lee Lionbarger, Janet Groch fabsentb.
Second Row: Earl Killefer, Tanya Seely, Charlotte Phinney,
Marjorie Price, Jane Thompson, Sarah Best, Geor-
gia Briscoe, Virgil Pinkley.
Back Row: Brian Hanzal, Walt Spicer, Fred Hope, Pete Norris,
HALL M0 ITORS
The hall monitor group is composed of willing students who are
assigned to the job of keeping the halls in good order during class time.
They check all students who are in the halls during class time to
make sure they have permit slips signed by their instructors and are
not ditching class.
They are stationed in four places: the hall by the office, outside
the typing room, near the cooking room and in the library. There are
six groups, one for each period. They consist of a captain, three reguf
lars and two alternates.
The hall monitors are not connected with the hall committee and
they can only give tickets while on duty.
Another important function is the distribution of call slips, also
the distribution of announcements to each class, usually during fourth
period. This is under the direction of Mr. Hamblet who has made it
the smooth functioning organization that it is.
Front Row: Bonnie Findley, Barbara Hardiman, Pat McCall,
Bonnie Nelson, Joan Dodd, Donna Ring. La Nelle
Gay, Kathryn Cunningham, Dorothy' Wright,
Second Row: Pat Paxton, Annette Shirley, Lorna Yost, Dorothy
Reed, Peggy Trine, Dcnna Rock, Nancy Snyder,
Elaine Freeman, Barbara La Belle.
Third Row: Virginia Royce, Maurene Cameron, Diane Trask,
Helen Davis, Ada Frankel, Tanya Seely, Gloria
Back Row: Ted Millett, Virgil Pinkley, Pete Norris. Paul
Robertson, Bill Brownie, Bob DeRuff. Fred Mason,
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HELEN WINTERS, TANYA SEELY, FRED HCJPE, DIXIE SMITH
Under the ahle guidance of Mr. Karl Westerman, Harbors dramatic coach, the
first major play of the year, "junior Miss," was- a huge success. The performance
went off smoothly and the audience was delighted with the wit and humor of the play.
Two other excellent onefact plays were presented to the Student Body. At Christ-
mas time, the appropriate "Dust of the Road" and on Lincoln's birthday "Abe Lincoln
in Illinois" were given. These were both well given and well received.
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FRIINT Row: BILL SIMS, NELLIE RENDERS
B.-xctlc Row: JIM STEPHENSIIN, TED LEHMAN, KIP NIKZIJL, ULIIRIA MATSON
FRED MASON, JACQIIIIE GOIIDYEAR, BILL PEYTIIN
Front Row Bob G' , . . . .
John Boyd, Bob Scott, Alan Knight, Earl Tripp,
Second Row Harry Neuman, Bill Roberts, Al Muniz. Don Howe, Back Row:
Ronald Engle, Jimmy Hurtado, Don Schutt. Jack
Zimmerman, Ordean Monson. Sid Galloway.
Front Row: Harry Neuman. Eddie Hill, Bill Roberts, Stewart Gillette, Charles Hay.
Second Row: Al Muniz, Don Barnes, Ronald Engle, Don Schutt, Jack Zimmerman.
Harbor High's Future Farmers of America chapter took tremendous strides in
its first year of organization since the war.
The chapter, with Mr. Hall as advisor, is made up of forty boys from the agrif
culture classes who are deeply interested in farming and cattle raising. The F.F.A.
is a nationfvvide organization and Harbor forms one of ZOO chapters in California.
Among the many activities which the local lads took part in was the annual
Bank of America field day and livestock judging contest at Palamar. They also
made trips and entered teams in other contests including the Chino field day at
which Jim McVay vvon fifth place in cattle judging in a contest involving 177
boys. In February the Club entered and won the Orange County F.F.A. basketball
tourney at Anaheim.
The classes studying vacational agriculture often took field trips to local ranches.
Demonstrations have been given by Dr. Horace Parker who is a practicing veternarian
in Costa Mesa.
The boys are hoping to start a school farm next year and if all plans work out
as expected Harbor will have one of the best Future Farmers of America Chapters
in the U.S.
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Lester. Ronnle Haines, Victor De Sutter Johnnn
Gregg, Charles Chapman, Don Barnes Ronald Wild
Bert Gridly, Donald Jackson Mr Hall Eddi
Hill, Stewart Gillette, Jon Dinsdale Bill Wright
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During Harbors first football season under the coaching of Coach Wendell Pickens
since before the war, the Tars had a fairly successful season. They showed good promise
for next season, with all but a few of the lettermen being underclassfmen.
Despite the small size of the regulars on the Varsity this year, a good showing was
made in every game. The season's opener was a 12f0 loss to a bigger St. Anthony team.
Then came a win over Riverside, close losses to Garden Grove and Fullerton, thanks
to the accurate toe of Louie Mellcag a tie against the powerful Santa Ana eleveng
losses to the strong Huntington Beach and Anaheim teamsg and a final decisive victory
Bill Weatherwax, Jim Aslien, Louis Mello. Ordeun Monson, Ed Hanson, Bill Roh-
erts. Pete Norris, Jim Corbin, Jerry Tripp, Al Muniz, Armando Monaco.
Buz Chambers, Bill Brownie, Brian Hanzal, Paul Robertson, Dick Dodd. Dick
Brace, Jim Rorick. Roger Hillhouse, Dick Brown. Roy Ward, Boyd Horrell.
Marcus Monson, Bob Robins. Bill Peyton, Bob Thompson, Earl Killefer. Bob
DeRuff, Dick Balvh, Bob Killefer, David Patterson, Don McCallum, Ralph
Rorick, Bill Clark.
Ncwport ..... .. 0 H St. Anthony .... .... 1 9
Newport ..... .,.. 1 9 1 Riverside ........ .
Ncwport i..., ., il V- Fullerton .
Ncwport ...,. .... 1 3 -H Santa Anal ..,, .... 1 'S
Ncwport ,.... ,.,. 2 0 - Downey ...... 19
Newport ..... .. 0 f Anaheim .....,.,.,,.... ,... l 3
Newport ..... ,. O -- Huntington Bench ..,, 17
Ncwport ..... .... l 9 f Orange ...... .,,,...,, .
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.. 39 - Garden Grove .... .... 6
12 f Fullerton .. ...... 25
18 f Santa Ana 20
.. 6 ff Downey .,....,.., .... . . 7
.. 7 - Anaheim ................... .. 38
0 4 Huntington Beach 20
.. 19 - Orange .... ............,,. . . 7
Ted Millett Cmanagerj, Bill Smith. Clifford Tripp. Howard Pollock. Charles Hay.
Mae Henrotin. Harry Neuman. Dan Walton. Charles Hanson. Bill James, Bud
Vanderburg, Walter Milligan. Albert Smith Qmanagerb.
Dennis Turner, Charles Chapman, Ronald Othmer, Frank Watts. Dale Thompson,
Dick Ferguson, Buck Bean. Mike Balch. Virgil Pinkley. Ronald Birtcher, Stanley
Bell, Glenn Gibbs, Maynard Lobell, Stanley Young, Coach Nolan.
Jim Nettles, John Kincaid, Don Jones. David Chambers. Don McDowell. Bruce
Ellerbroek, Bob Harris, Worley Alexander, Jim Hitehman, Ivan Caley, Jim Woods.
Duane Wells, John Kingston.
With five returning lettermen from the almost championship '45 season the out'
look for the 1946 season looked none to bright for the Bees, which was the only team
in the Sunset League to use the famous "Shaughnessy T" and the "New York Giants'
A" formations. Coach Jack Nolan led the team to Garden Grove for its one practice
game and came home with a 39f6 victory. Defeated in their next game by Fullerton,
which finally took the championship, the game, nevertheless, was a thrilling contest
in which the Tarhahes twice came hack to tie the score at 6'6 and 1242 hefore Fulf
lerton went on to win 2542. It was a determined team that played Santa Ana the
following week only to lose the game in the final minute of playing time hy 2048.
The big thrill of the season was the last game, with Orange, in which the Bees
did themselves proud by winning by a score of 19f7.
Cofcaptains chosen to represent the Tarhabes were left half, Bill Smith and left
end, Bill James.
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man, Bill Oakley, Ronald Engle, Tommy '
The "almost" championship Cee football team was coached by es
Miller who concentrated on the short punt formation.
With a well rounded attack of speed, power and passing, the
mighty Cees sped through their season undefeated until the final game
when they encountered Anaheim who by virtue of this victory won the
The big feather in the mighty Ceesf season was their game with
Fullerton. The Indians came to Harbor expecting to find an easy
victory. However, Coach Miller's charges weren't obliging and they
fought toe to toe with the invaders and earned a moral victory in the
Cee football was revived for the first time since the war began and
it brought with it many future Bee and Varsity prospects in Bob Watts
and Gene Millen as cofcaptains, Carleton Mears, Donny Ward, all
in the back field, Dave Conchola, Keith Burch and Ronald Haines in
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Back Row: Ronnie Haines, Tuck Rabbitt, Donnie Ward,
Ralph Rea, David Conehola. Larry' Durkee.
Kieth Burch, Ge-ne McMasters, Gene Millan,
Raymond Louvier, Ed Trompeter.
These outstanding Cees and others should form an all around good
Bee team next year.
This season's games saw the hard hitting Cees downing Laguna
13fO, Garden Grove 2OfO, Orange 39f6 and Downey 1Zf6. They tied
Fullerton 0fO and lost to Anaheim 6f0.
All in all they piled up a grand total of S4 points to their oppnents
18. This is an excellent record considering they only played 8 minute
Boh Watts lead the scoring parade with 42 points, Donny Wzxrtl
had 18, Gene Millcn 12, Carleton Mears and Harlow Richardson
each had 6.
Front Row: Roy Ward, Bill Roberts, Fred Hope, Jim Wells, Louis Mello. T
Second Row: Jim Roriek, Glen Young, Walt Spicer, Ed Hill, Stew Gillettea,QBoyd Horrell
Coach Reed. nf R- Y '
Back Row: Bob Nettles. Bob Killefer, Bob Thompson. .
Showing excellent teamwork, passing, and shooting the Harhor Varsity haskethall
team did much hetter than was excepted of them hefore the opening of the season,
All memhers of the team were small, with the tallest heing only 6'l". This handicap
kept the Tars from winning more of their games, hut they were impressive even in
Meiiihers of the starting five were: Center, Fred Hopeg alternating guard, and
forward, Louie Mello and Jim Wellsg guard, Shiner Roberts: and forward, Roy Ward.
High point man for the season was ,lim Wells, a returnee from the Navy. He was
used as a foreward on offense and a guard on defense in order to use his height
to hest advantage. Voted most valuahle player was Louie lvlelloz whose stellar defensive
work and passing made him an important part of the Harhor play.
Those players most likely to he on next year's team are: Jim Wells, high point
scoring forward, Glenn Young, a late season transfer from Chaffee who will be a
valuable longshot artist next year,
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Front Row: Don Ward, Howard Pollock, Harry Neuman, Virgil Pinkley, Fred Mason,
Second Row: Coach Reed, Bill Smith, John Talstra. Don McDowell. Jim Heaston, John
Sailors, Jim Ashen.
Back Row: Bob Trusty. Jim Woods, Jim Nettles. Bill Gustafson, Roger Bock, Don Woods.
The only team from Harhor to gain a championship in haskethall this year was
the Bee team. Going undefeated until the tinal day oi the season, the Bee team com'
piled an enviahle record.
Lacking individual stars, the Bees emphasized their teamwork to good advantage.
The team had six first string memhers with Donny Waird and Murray Brown
alternating at forward1 Brown and Howard Pollack at centerg captain Harry Ncuf
man as high scoring forwardg and Buster Pinkley and Fred lvlason as guards, Pinkley
was noted for his work on hoth offense and defense, heing an excellent long shot artist.
Since three of these six are underclassmen it gives good promise for a Varsity
Results of Bee games were: l'larhor 43, Laguna 121 Harhor 34, Corona 171 Harhor
69, Laguna 201 Harhor 25, Fullerton 221 Harhor 25, Excelsior 211 Harhor 33, Corona
171 I-larhor 43, Downey 181 Harhor 34, Anaheim 241 Harhor 36, Huiitiiigtoii Beach 341
l'larhor 33, Orange 211 Harhor 36, Fullerton 261 l-larhor 40, Santa Ana 231 l'larhor 45,
Downey 311 Harhor 41, Anaheim 341 Harhor 45, l"luntington Beach 241 l'larhor 28,
Front Row: Coach Whiteneck, Rudy Casillas, Donald Knipp, Harlow Richardson,
Dick Deaver, Earl Sihilling.
Second Row: gqliinslliffyd, Carlton Mears, Bob Yardley, Kieth Burch, Gene McMasters,
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Showing amazing scoring potential, this years Cee team, under the tutelage of
Coach Whiteneck, gave great promise for the future. Due mostly to a lack of ex'
perience and teamwork, the record of the games was not too impressive, but the
individual players were all of top quality.
The standout player on the team was Center, Bob Yardley. He scored a total of
97 points during the year, which is quite a record for a Cee.
The forwards were Carlton Mears and Bill Skiles. They worked very well
together and made many a successful fast break.
The guards, Gene Millen and Carl Shilling, showed excellent team play and
defensive ability, without which no team can be effective.
Results of the games were: NH 25, Laguna 15, NH 15, Fullerton 23, NH 25,
Excelsior 26, NH 22, Downey 17, NH 21, Anaheim 35, NH 12, Huntington Beach
32, NH 33, Crange 21, NH 23, Fullerton 25, NH 28, Downey 18, NH 17, Anaheim
28, NH 26, fTournamentj Crange 13, NH 21, QTournamentj Anaheim 33, NH 14,
Huntington Beach 22, NH 23, Orange 25.
Front Row: Bob Sailors. Roger Welch. Wayne Welty. Bill Kittle, Bill Hamm. Leon Caldwell.
Second Row: Kip Nicol, David Joy, Jim Goss, Bill Oakley, 'luck Rabbitt
Starting out with what was expected to he a championship team, the Dees failed
to come up to expectations. They were lacking in team play and experience. But
game individuals have promising futures.
High seorer for the team was Gaylord Barnes. He was the spark of the team on
offense, and made most of the team's points.
Pla fin forward alon with Barnes was Bill Kittle. He was noted for his team
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The other memhers of the starting linefup during the year were: Center, WHj'1lC
Welt5'g Guards, Bill Qakley, Leon Caldwell, and A1 Smith, who alternated hetween
Cee and Dee.
Results of the Dee games were: NH 18, Laguna Sp NH 15, Fullerton 223 NH 14,
Excelsior 20g NH 15, Downey 19, NH 15, Anaheim log NH 18, Huntington Beaeh
27, NH 27, Orange 23, NH 14, Fullerton 29, NH 14, Downey 243 NH 24, Anaheim
313 NH ll, Huntington Beaeh 21, NH 22, Urange 18.
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Front Row: Pete Norris, Don McCallum, Bill Peyton, Doc Hanson, Brian Hanzal, Paul
Robertson, Bob DeRuff, Don Scott.
Second Row: Howard Pollock, Roy Ward, Andrew Salfrank, Dick Brace, Vaughn
Brinkman, Joe Nulty, Buz Noble, Buck Bean.
Back Row: John Freeman, Richard Henley, Ernie Fuller, Fred Hope, Ed Hill,
Dick Dodd, B111 Mattingly.
Starting out with what seemed possibly to be a big year, the varsity track team
seemed to run into hard luck wherever it went. The team won the novice track meet
at Anaheim, even outscoring Santa Ana's varsity, but then its hard luck began.
Injuries to key men slowed down the team for the BreafOlinda Relays, where the
loss of Hal Young and Bill Mattingly was sorely felt. The team won most of its
dual meets with the aid of second and third places, but lacked the stellar performers
needed for the big meets. This strength was mainly in underclassmen and shows
promise for next year.
With well distributed strength in all events, this year's Bee track team walked
over all opposition. They won the second Sunset League Bee championship for this
year, by winning the league finals with over twice the score of any other school.
At the League finals they won eight events out of a possible total of eleven.
There were two recordfbreakers on the Bee team, with Howard Pollock raising
the high jump records for the school to S feet 10 inches, and Murray Brown, a junior,
lowering the Bee high hurdle time to 9.2 seconds. Other outstanding performers were:
Bill Smith, sprints and broad jump, Bob DeRuff, hurdles, Bill Klussman, 660g Fred
Mason, 1320, and Hal Young, sprints.
This years Cee team was what is known as a "hot and cold' team. Some days they
would perform up to any expectations, and on other days, they would fall down
miserably. The day of the league final happened to be one of their "cold" days, or
there might have been two championship track teams. They had many outstanding
track men, but lacked the final punch necessary for a championship.
Back Row :
Jim Ashen, Hal Young. Fred Mason. Wayne Cor-
bin, Howard Pollock. Murray Brown, Bob DeRuff.
Bill Smith, Bill Klussman, David Gardner.
Don Mac'Dowell. Bill Gustafson. Chili-k Hanson,
Bill James, Bob Thompson, Frank Waltze, Russ
Gilbert, Bundy Chamberlain. Harold Hesterley.
Danny Walton, Jim Kline, Stanley Young. Jim
Hitehman, Virgil Pinkley, Frank Watts, Kenneth
Galaway, Don Jones.
Front Row: Marvin Smith, Albert Smith, Carlton Mears, Turk
Rabbitt. Don Knipp.
Second Row: Marvin Johnson, David Pridliani. llzirlow Rivliailwl-
son, Gene Millen, Dim-k Count-ilman.
Bark Row: Leonard Hall, Jerry Lingo, Ke-ith Birt:-lm. David
Front Row: George Reeves. Bill James. Donnie Ward, Boyd Horrell. Bill Roberts, Bill Weather
wax. Bill Smith. Carlton Mears.
Back Row: Bob Nettles, Roy Ward. Richard Brown, Paul Robertson, Pete Norris, Fred
Hope, Coach Pickens
Showing a combination of excellent pitching and batting, the Varsity
baseball team showed that it will be the team to beat next year. The
outstanding thing about this year's varsity is that all but one of the
regulars were underclassmen. This combined with several excellent
sophomore players makes it seem as though Harbor will be well rcpref
sented on the diamond next year.
The pitchers on the team were Bill Smith and Bob Nettles, both
of whom were seniors. The catcher was Bill Weatherwax, who was
the outstanding star of the team with the best batting and fielding
percentage on the team.
The team started the year with a surprise win over Covina in the
Pomona Tournament. Then came a heartbreaking loss due to fielding
errors in the Huntington Beach game in the Tournament, and the first
league games against Fullerton and Santa Ana.
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Since the reason for having a junior varsity is to train players for
the varsity, it would seem as though this J. V. was worthwhile. The
outstanding prospects for next year's varsity who are playing on the
J. V. this year were: Carlton Mears, who finished this season on thc
varsityg Fred Thomas, Bill Skiles, Al Smith, and "Bones" Harris.
These boys are all freshmen or sophomores and will be valuable
assets for next year's varsity due to the experience they have gained
this year on the junior Varsity.
The Coach this year was Mr. Hall, in his first year at Harbor.
He has done an excellent job with these boys, many of whom had never
played baseball before and since his job does not get all the headlines,
he deserves some recognition for his good work.
Front Row: John Burger, Maynard Lobell, Johnny Boyd, Jack Clark, Mac Henrotin, Fred
Thomas, Bill Skiles, Coach Hall.
Back Row: Rodney Hobson, Jim Harris, Bill Jackson, James Nettles. Harlow Richardson,
James Woods, Ronnie Othmer, Gene McMasters.
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Front Row: Coach Harryman, Bill Sims. Bob Yardley, Earl Killefer, Walt Spicer Donnie
Otto, Bob Trusty, Jim Mitchell, Armando Monaco.
Second Row: James Stephenson, Lincoln Clark, Dickey Deaver, Larry Durkee, Worley Alex
ander, Mike Gaines, Roger Welsh, Ralph Rea.
Back Row: Roger Beck, Sid Davidson, Bruce Ellerbroek, Stewart Gillette, David Fletcher
Kenneth Taylor, Frank Watts.
With his eyes on the future, Coach Floyd Harriman, composed his
tennis team this year, mainly of underclassmen. With the exception of
senior doubles players, Spicer and Killefer, and junior doubles player,
Monaco, all members of the team were sophomores, since tennis is a
game where practice is the main essential. This would indicate that in
a couple of years, Harbor might have a fairly good tennis squad.
Those players most outstanding this year were:First doubles, Walt
Spicer and Earl Killefer second doubles, Armando Monaco and Bob
Yardley. Single players who stood out were: Otto, Mitchell, and
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Mac Henrotin. Biil Brownie, Richard Wilhelm.
: Glen Young. Bill Weatherwax.
Carl Sihilling, Bob Yardley, Donald Knipp, Keith
Bill Skiles. Al Smith. Carlton Mears.
Donald Schutt, Bill La Valley. Frank Watts. Dick
Jim Ravely. Steven Hope,
John Kincaid. Bruce Ellerbroek. Bill Gustafson,
Stanley' Young, Fred Thomas, Bob Ore.
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Barry Nanney. Rudy Casillzis, Roddy Gould.
Jerry Blue, Richard Brown.
Don Scott, Frank Wnltze, Stanley Bell.
Worley Alexander. David Wild. Charles Huy.
Jim Nettles. Don McDowell, Roger Beck.
James Woods, Don Dickey, Bob Trusty.
Brian llanzal. Frank Means. Bob Gibbons.
Vaughn Brinkman, Don McCallum. Roger Hillhouse.
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Front Row: Nancy Wilson, Dot Iverson, Dot Wright. Charlotte Phinney, Jean Clark, Virginia
Cassel, Judy Chapman. Peggy Trine.
Second Row: Velma Cass, Verna Nielsen, Pat Glass. Janie Thompson, Tanya Seely, Gloria
Tetzlaff. Caltharine Cunningham. Mildred Gurley. Pat Thompson.
Front Row: Barbra Sftovall, Diane Wakefield, Gloria Matson. Marie La Perle, Margie Price,
Joyl Jane Robinson, Carol Kilpatrick. Norma Fuller.
Second Row: Beverly Grace, Paula Castle, Janet Groch, Nancy Wilson. Sarah Best, Georgia
Briscoe, Jean Trompeter, Joan Westlake.
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Front Row: Peggy Bushling. Nancy Jenkins. Catherine Andrews. Connie Shook. Dixie Smith.
Della Beal, Ruth Tuck. Shizue Shigaki. Dolores Young.
Second Row: Mary Hanzal. Anne Ritter. Carol Goss. Lee Knight, Ruby Laurie. Annette Shirley.
Polly Weiner. Lou Anne Sampson. Virginia Straling.
Fi-ont Row: Helen Smith. Joyce Stewart. Pat Flanagan. Ann Freeimin. Ln Nelle Guy, Bonnie
Nickeson, Bonnie Nelson. Clyda Elliott. Helen Winters.
Sevond Row: Mary Lou Neville. Alyce Klussman. Pat Welsh. Binimie Powell. Helen Davis, Vir-
ginia Compton. Gladys Kolew. Shirley' Beach. Virginia Gross.
Harbor's Girls' Athletic Association has had an eventful and busy year under the
leadership of its president, Jean Trompeter. Two hundred girls participated in at
least two of the six sports offered.
A system of student officials was used for all G. A. A. team games and gym class
competition. These officials were trained and rated as to ability, the best in each sport
usually represented Harbor at the County Sportsday. From the group there was
selected coaches for the lowerclassmen. With this method proving very successful
many Harbor girls received excellent training in leadership.
First on the list of activities for the girls was basketball. Loads of girls stayed out
for this sport and under the management of Nancy Wilson, had a very successful
season. Jan Talstra and Tanya Seely, "all star" forwards, captained the sophomore
and the senior teams respectively. Other captains were Lou Ann Sampson for the
juniors, and Diane Westlake for the freshmen. lnterclass champs were the seniors.
Marjorie Price, as forward was elected captain of the "all star" team and was coach
for the freshmen. The guards of the 'hall star" team were: Virginia Cassel, Sarah
Best, Connie Shook and Margaret Kipp. Gloria Matson coached the sophomores who
were second in the interclass competition.
Rated as the top referees for basketball was Dottie Iverson, followed by Mary
Gurley and Joan Westlake. Outstanding umpires were Jean Trompeter, Bonnie
Nelson and Pat Welsh.
Now for tennis. Kathy Andrews was big chief manager for this sport. Nod Cass
was captain for the seniors, who again stole interclass honors. Junior captain was
Annette Shirley, sophomore captain, Joan Dodd, freshman captain, Janet Hill. Teddy
Wilson was Harbor's top singles player, with Helen Smith a close second. Nod Cass
and Marjorie price, as doubles, also rated "all star" material, but actually were defeated
in an interclass tussel by Helen Smith and Bimi Powell.
The 1947 graduating class contained perhaps the largest group of good tennis
players ever to participate in this sport at Harbor. Some of these to layers included
Joy Jane Robinson, Jean Clark, Diane Wakefield, Dot Wright, Gloria Matson, and
Front Row: Daisy' Lane, Pat Arnold, Joy Robinson, Margie Price, Bimmie Powell, Helen Davis,
Kay Stewart, Mary Morey, Wanda Haitt.
Back Row: Pat Cox. Maureen Cameron, Dot Fowler, Nancy Wilson, Velma Cass. Joan
Dodd, Jean Reed.
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Verna Nielson. Verna also acted as an assistant coach for the lowerclassmen. One
freshman, Kay Stuard, was outstanding in singles competition.
Several tournaments were held with other schools, with Harbor defeating Santa
Ana in a fall meet, later being defeated in a return match in the spring. Huntington
Beach and Laguna were defeated in fall meets, and Garden Grove was tied in a
Let's take a peek at the little birdie, and see how badminton came out. This sport
had a long season and Bonnie Nelson did a fine job of managing. At the end of the
sport, a playday was held at Harbor with Huntington Beach. Captains for the sport
were: seniors, Barbara Stovall, juniors, Donna Keller, sophomores, Delores MeGee,
and freshman, Barden Greenleaf. The "all star" gals were, jan Talstra, Bonnie Nelson
and Jean Clark.
As winter really got under way, hockey became the main sport. This sport goes
over well with girls. Whether it is the coaches' enthusiasm that is catching, or the fun
of the sport itself, hockey draws participants out in droves. Manager for hockey was
Peggy Trine. Captains for the classes were: seniors, Joan Westlake, juniors, Alyce
Klussman, sophomores, Margaret Kipp, and freshmen, Diane Westlake. Seniors again
became champs. Coaches for the sophomores were Marjorie Price and Tanya Seely.
Joan Westlake and Nancy Wilson coached the freshmen.
These gals proved to be top "pucksters". They were chosen for the "all star"
hockey team: Center forward, Marjorie Price, inners, Glenna Pollack, Sarah Best,
wings, Devra Dodd, Martha Clark, LaNelle Gay, center half, Barbra Stovall, half
backs, Shirley Gehrig, Jean Clark, Pat Welsh, full backs, Joy Jane Robinson, Nancy
Wilson, Jean Howard, Goalie, Velma Pridham.
There were some very outstanding officials for hockey. Dot Fowler rated top
among them. She was followed by Pat Welsh, Pat Flanagan, Bonnie Nickeson and
Swimming proved to be very profitable for dear ole Harbor High. Her mermaids
took top honors at the county meet. Sarah Best and Joan Dodd really became big
Front Row: Mary Neville. Bonnie Nickeson, Velma Cass. Marjorie Price. Bonnie Nelson, Mary
Jo Quarry, Virginia Cassel. Jean Clark. Pat Flanagan.
Back Row: Nancy Snyder. Joan Benbow, Dot Carter, Barbara Brownie, Jan Talstra, Leola
Funk, Ann Pollins, Mrs. Brandhofer.
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Front Row: Grace Crocker, Susie Fowler. Dorothy Fowler, Joan Dodd. Shirley Schriz.
Kathaleen Hill, Ruth Gramm.
Back Row: Ann Flory. Vivian Horvath, Bonnie Findlay, Barbara Barnhouse, Keo Fisher,
Front Row: Ann Pollins, Barbara King, Mary Jo Quarry, Nancy Ward. Mary' Robins. Mona
Windwringer, Jannette Talstra.
Back Row: Margaret Kipp. Rosemary Woods, Virginia Royce, Dorothy Paulson. Joan
Mason, Jean Reed.
Front Row: Pat Arnold, Donna Ring. Joan Russell. Phyllis Lachmeyer. Mary Nell Fuller
Joyce Smith, Thelma Harland.
Back Row: Shiela Howe. Shirley Fidler. Dolores McGee. Darleen Taylor. Emma Jean Brown
Jean Bartine, Peggy Johnson.
time stuff by breaking records all over the place. These girls are members of the
L. A. Athletic Club and show signs of great futures.
Dot Wright and Grace Crocker both made exceptional times, and placed in diving
events as well. Freshman Kathy Rabbitt placed second in lower division diving and her
classmate, Diane Westlake made an effective splash in the relay events.
Glorious springtime came and with it volleyball and baseball. These two sports
wound up the year's activities.
Volleyball was managed by Marjorie Price. She was assisted by Joan Westlake.
This sport had the shortest season on record, but was still fun. Seniors and sophomores
tied for first place in the interclass race.
Top rated officials were Bonnie Nelson, Alyce Klussman, Bonnie Nickeson who
coached the sophomoes and was elected as an "all star" player, and Pat Flanagan
who coached the frosh along with the "all star" Virginia Gassel. Other "all star"
members were Jan Talstra as captaing Nod Cass, Tanya Seely, Mary Robbins, Diane
Pattersong and Carol Roush, who was captain of the freshman team. Other team
captains were Dolores McGee, Donna Keller, and Gloria Tetzlaff.
Baseball finished the year of good times, with jan Talstra manager. Every class
put in a very good showing and all deserve credit. Seniors, captained by Virginia
Cassel, again were interclass champs. The sophs, captained by Shirley Fiddler, came
in a close second. Mary Gurley and Wanda Kasper were junior and freshmen
captains respectively. Student coaches were: Bonnie Nelson, Pat Welsh, Gloria Matson
for the froshg and Alyce Klussman, LaNelle Gay, and Nancy Wilson for the sophs.
Skipping back we pick up some of the most outstanding names in the G. A. A.
news. Margie Price headed the "all star" list with four honorary teams this year
giving her the highest four year total of eleven. ,Ian Talstra also received four honorary
positions this year making her two year total of seven equal to Nod Cass' four year
total. The school record of "all star" positions is sixteen.
G. A. A.'s highest honor award is that of a starsgiven for points in excess of
stripes and emblems following the sweater award. There have been eight girls so
Front Row: Pat Taylor. Beverly Bechtold, Evelyn Berkley, Loretta McCullah, Patti Hayes.
Lucy Pinkley, Maxine Hartman, Yvonne Millard.
Back Row: Velma Pridham, Caroline Lange, Deavera Dodd, Carol Pierson, Marlene Jacobson.
Peggy Joyner, Dorothy Queener, Catherine Craig.
honored in the seventeen years of Harbor atheltics. This yaar three girls names were
added to the honorary scroll: Barbara Stovall, Dorothy Wright, and Nod Cass.
Joan Westlake also joins the realm of Harbors immortals by receiving the highest
total of G. A. A. points for the school year.
Special praise is to be given the teachers who helped out this year. They were:
Mrs. Mary Richmond, tennisg Miss Mary Brown, basketball, and Mrs. Marijane Brand'
hofer, badminton. Of course there was Mrs. Zelma Sherman, who was the mainstay
for the sport season. She is head coach for all G. A. A. team sports. Miss Marjorie
Adams is another one to praise. She not only watched her gym classes and acted as
advisor to the organization, but coached junior and senior teams as 'yell as officials
for the various sports.
"Tarettes" was something new this year. lt was comprised of juniors and seniors
who were unable to make sixth period gym. In the past this type of thing has never
been very successful, and the G. A. A. was very pleased with the results this year.
The team had its own series of interclass games, and was directed by Betty Bean during
hockey season, LouAnne Taylor for volleyball, and Edna Lane for baseball.
The G. A. A. banquet is always the highlight of the year's activities, This year
the theme was, "Premiers of l947." There were 46 initiates participating which is the
largest group to ever be eligible. Priscilla Godsoe was the outstanding initiate of the
evening, Robbie Lou Fiero and Barbara Brownie had the most unusual costumes. The
skit sponsored by Joan Westlake won GAAcademy Oscars for her initiates.
Lastly came the eighth grade sportsday. It was sponsored by all the girls organiza'
tions as an incentive to the incoming freshmen, to encourage them to take part in all
extracurricular activities offered at Harbor. Newport Beach grammar school eighth
graders were the victors of the day's events. H
After the noise of cheers and laughter have cleared away from the fields of Harbor,
it won't be the individual results alone that are remembered by Harbor's girl athletes-
but the fun and experience that was gained by such wholesome ,competition and
friendly associations. .
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