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VICTOR BASCHE GAY ROSS afellle . n Q It is now time for us, the summer class of '44, to say goodby. We cannot really say goodby because there are many things that we will always remem- ber about our high school days. We can never forget the friends We've made, many of whom will always remain in our memories. We can never forget the many people who helped us through, and taught us during the last three years. To these people we offer our effincere thanks and gratitude. Many of us will enter the armed forces immedi- ately. Cthers of us will go on to college or to work. But no matter where we go or what We do, we will do our best to bring honor to North Holly- wood High School and to the class of summer 7151. VIC BASCHE BETTY Lou CRANSHAW President of S,44 . DICK UNDE ' gpkeliand .SD Awww' I QP Q 'Q Top Row: BARBARA BECKES, JACK GOREE, HAL HATHAWAY, SHIRLEY JACOBSON. Second Row: DORIS OLDENBURG, FRANK SMITH, MARY SMITH. .Siafbiafm JOAN GARNER JACK OOREE VALENTINA LAFFIN MARJORIE KIDSON MONA MCGUIRE LAURALIE ROBINSON MARY LOUISE ROEMHELD RUTH SHAW jorcl Marera MARJORIE KIDSON STEPHANA WHITMAN EDDIE HANE BILL SEIDEN C-ERALADINE NICHOLS JANE MASTROLY BARBARA BUTLER BARBARA BECKES JACQUELINE SMITH ROSS STIFFELMAN EMMY LOU CASS ELIZABETH COWIE .Szruicc mn WHO WOULD HAVE GRADUATED S'-14 JERALD ELLIOTT COHN C-ERMINAL GUENOT RICHARD LINN CHARLES WILLIAM LEAMER WILLIAM THAYER WILLIAM VAN METRE JIM WOLCOTT WILLIAM COLLINS MARK WITHEROW .740 Senior grhlion ga!! EDITORS-IN-CHIEF LORRAINE LANOUETTE JACQUELINE SMITH AsslsTANT EDITOR MARILYN HOFFMAN CLASS WI LLS BRONWEN WILLIAMS SPORTS JANE MASTROLY FRANK DARIAN GARTH ROUSE ASSISTANTS VIC BASCHE ROSS STIFFELMAN DORIS MCCANDLISH PHIL ADAMSAK STAN GEORGE Y Y Sporfa zuiew by GARTH RoUsE Four out of five league championships and one runner- up gave North Hollywood its most successful Spring sports season. Championships in tennis, gymnastics, "A' track, and baseball turned the trick. REGAIN ED CROWN North Hollywood regained the Tennis Crown after hav- ing lost it to Verdu o last year After losing the opening matches to Fairfax, ie tennis men came right back to take Harvard and the Valley teams by beating Van Nuys, 5-2, Verdugo, 7-0, Canoga Park, 6-1, and San F emando, 7-0. Al Cimaglia played first singles and Callahan, F einer, Lieber, and Maley played second to fifth singles, in that order. The first doubles team consisted of Dave Lorenz and Parker, the second, of Lee White and Willard. FIRST IN VALLEY Following right on the heels of the tennis champion- ship, the gym team came up with another championship, whipping Valley teams with such scores as 90-30 against Van Nuys, 103-17 against Verdugo, and 9114-2814 against San Fernando. SIXTH IN CITY The gym team topped this very successful season with a win in the Valley finals and sixth place in city. Cameron and Heuer made the points for the Huskies. Cameron, the only Huskie ever to place first in the city, won in tumbling. Jack Heuer also did something that has never been done before by placing second in the long horse. Cameron, proving himself to be more than a one-event man, came up with fifth in the same event. Others who helped make a strong team for North Hollywood were: Cook, Munster, Courtemanche, Pierce, Rumer, Monzello, Laffoon, Warren, Sparrow, Tozer, Patton, and Day. VALLEY CHAMPS With tennis and gymnastics fading away, Huskie fans tumed their attention to track to find we had a very strong team. Led by Captain jeff Lawson, mighty 440 man, this team swept the league, piling up such scores as 78-38 against Van Nuys, 94.9 over Verdugo, 7534-283i against Canoga, and 73-41 over San Fernando. Consistent point men were Bill Crandall, jeff Lawson, Bill Munster, Frank Smith, jack Doole , Dick Roemer, Bill Tenny, Ben Derden, Walt Mikesell, Chuck Satterfield, Bill Beggs, Jerry Milner, Boyce jacques, Keith Limberg, Don Shinkle, Bill Felts, Frank Comelson, Bill Pagones, Ed Nettles, Garth Rouse, and the relay team of Derden, Tenny, Jones, and Lawson. BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD Climaxing a very successful season by breaking the school record for the 440, Jeff Lawson went to the city finals and, with the handicap of having the last lane, ran the distance in 50.7, a full second under the old school record. Bill Munster, not to be outdone, tied for third in the pole vault. The North Hollywood relay team took second behind Van Nuys. These events totalled 1115 points, enough for sixth place in the city. - n VALLEY MEET CHAMPIONS The track team from North Hollywood High completed a successful season by taking second place in the league dual meet standings, and winning the league meet cham- pionship. From the beginning of the season they started out on a victory spree by lashing out wins over Van Nuys, Verdugo Hills, and Canoga Park. But then San F emando came to town in the form of a very strong track squad and barely nosed out the Huskies, then we got revenge on San Fernando by taking the league meet title. San Femando was their closest opponent but they were about 13 points behind the Huskies. At the city finals Walter Catts, Don Patton, and Chalmer MacWilliams qualified for the meet but the scoring was done all by Catts, who recorded eight digits for the Huskies and ut them in eighth spot. Bdlow is each event and the boys who competed in each: 100-Walter Catts, Don Harold. 220-Walter Catts, Don Harold. 660-Reggie Duflin, john Lakin, jim Luntzel. 1320-Ed Liebman, Chuck jacques, Chas. Lieber, Donald Dawe. Hurdles-Don Patton, Dick Connors, Robert Merz, Terry Taylor. Relay team-Walter Catts, Don Harold, Don Patton, Reggie Dufiin. Broad jump-Walter Catts, Keith jackson. High jump-Dick Emmons, Bill Webb, Bill Black. Pole vault-Don Patton, Bill Cameron, Varett. Shot put-Chalmer MacWilliams, Mike Doty, Earl Laffon. THIRD CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIP FOR HORSEHIDERS The Baseball Team came through to give North Holly- wood its fourth championship this spring by winning 7 out of 8 games. After splitting with Van Nuys they slapped the rest of the teams in the league with 6 straight wins. Verdugo, Canoga and Femando were the victims in the last three double-headers. The climax of the season came in the first Canoga game when in the last half of the seventh and with three runs 'needed for a win, the boys came through with just that, to win 5-4, and the following week they cinched thefchampionship with a double win over San Fernando, giving NH the Baseball Championship for the third straight year. The credit for this must be given to Ca tain Bill Crandall, next year's Captain Bill Langford, Bog Boyd, Frank Darien, Tucker Thompson, Benny Lorino, Dick Allen, Paul Snyder, Dick Linde, Dick Feiner, Herman Falk, Garth Rouse, and Jack Van Nostrand. The success of the team must also be credited to Bill Meier- stein, First Base Coach. These boys really came through with the chips down on several occasions to give you another championship. SPLENDID IOB DONE BY COACHES While we are giving credit we must not forget the fel- lows who worked many trying hours moulding and form- ing these championship teams: Coach Elliot, who brou ht back to NH the Tennis Crown, with a cham ionsgip team, and helped the Tracksters to Crowns, Coacll Berry, who coached the Gymnastists to the Valley Title, and Coach Smith, who mentored the Huskie Horsehiders to their third consecutive Crown. EDIToR's NOTE! The paragraph on Bee Tracksters was written by Ed. Liebman. The Chart was prepared by Dick Feiner. SPORTS REVIEW llwll - SPORT "A" FOOTBALL "B" FB. "A" BASKETBALL "B" BASKETBALL NUMBER OF GAMES NORTH HOLLYWOOD I2I3 4I5I61 :ls 412 3'4,5 6 II2 3 415 6 6210 o12I131427Io194a3o4aas24523a2426171921 VAN NUYS VERDUGO HILLS CANOGA PARK SAN FERNANDO CAPTAINS DICK ROEMER W. TIMMONS CHUCK SATTERFIELD BOYCE JACQUES CHAMPION TEAM C. P. N. H. N. H. N. H. ilslf - SPORT TENNIS GYM "A" TRACK "B" TRACK SOFTBALL NUMBER OF GAMES I23412I3I234I234I2345678 NORTH HOLLYWOOD 5 7 6 7 90 'I03 91.3 68 94 75.5 63 58 83.3 54.3 43 3 I 6 I0 5 5 6 I'I VAN NUYS 2 30 36 37 2 4 V VERDUGO HILLS 0 17 9 10,5 4 2 CANOGA PARK I - 28.5 40.6 4 3 SAN FERNANDO 0 28.5 41 52 I I 'I CAPTAINS D. LORENZ CAMERON J. LAWSON W. CATTS . BILL CRANDALL CHAMPION TEAM N. H. N. H. N. H. S. F. N. H. eauing .fdfkkfed To those athletes that are in the fine graduating class of summer '44, the Sports staff of the Arcade wants to offer our best wishes for your future career, may you con- tinue the fine sportsmanship that you have displayed in your years at North Hollywood High School. Following is a list of the Iettermen in this class. Bay Brush, excellent end on this yearis varsity football team, AI Ciinaglia, first singles on the championship tennis squad, Bill Collins, BingviIle's terrific yell leader, Frank Cornelson, high jumper on the "A" spike squad, Chuck Courtemanehe, side horse and tumbling expert on the champ gym team, Bill Crandall, an all-round athlete, as he has garnered varsity letters in football, track and baseball, being a three stripper in the latter two, Dick Conners, fast and lighting end on Champ "Bee" football team, Frank Downs, quarterback on the varsity eleven, Frank Falkuer, alert and busy manager for Bingvilleg Bill Felts, high jumper cleluxe on pennant winning track team, Dick Feiner, one year inan in varsity football, tennis, and a two monogram winner in baseball, Ilal flathaway, "Been letter- man in football and track, one stripper in varsity football, Dick I.intIe, one year as a K'Bce" basketballer and two sea- sons a varsity Ietternian in basketball, voted an All-Valley guarrl, one year in baseball, Maurice Holtby, "Been foot- ball, jeff Lawson, "Bee" track and two years varsity track, broke school 440 record, placed first in the city in the quarter mile, Tom Mc-Nish, two years a fast charging full- back on the varsity pigskin squad, lim Maley, tennis, Dick Linn, huge end on varsity football, now in the Navy, VVaIt Mikesell, varsity football, and two years a varsity track letterman, Bill Munster, "Bee" letterman in football and track, one stripper in gymnastics and track, placed in a tie for third on the All-City meet, Dick Nabers, terrific tackle for two seasons on the varsity football squad, Bob Nip le, varsity football, Don Patton, two years a "Bee" track Ivet- tennan, one on the "Bee" football team and a one stripper in gymnastics, Bill Priester, manager and commissioner of athletics, Alfonso Reyes, hard-fighting "Bee" quarterback, is now in the Marine Corps, Jim Robertson, "Bee" football, Dick Roemer, two year varsity letterman in football and track, last year he was the captain of the powerhouse boys, Boyce jacques, "Bee" basketball and track and this yearis miler on the varsity thinclad squad, John jones, fiery little tackle on the varsity football team, now in the Army Air Corps, Chuck Satterfield, two stripper in track and basket- ball, captain of the pennant-winning basketball squad, Don Shinkle, "Been letterrnan in football Ctwo yearsj and track, one year in varsity track, Frank Smith, "Bee" track and also varsity spike letters, Paul Snyder, he was all- league at Fairfax, won varsity baseball letter at Bingville, Bob Swasey, fast charging guard on the Champ "Been football combine, Bill Tenny, "Bee" lettemian in track and football, won a varsity monogram in track two years, Hank Terusa, halfback on "Been team, Don Steiner, excellent end on "Bee" team, also captain of the '43 squad, Dick Tozer, varsity letterman in football and gymnastics, jack Van Nostrand, won "Been letter in football and varsity monogram in the same sport. enior .14 Cjfarm KDAMS MERLIN ADAMSAK, PHIL AGELMAN, JACK RKLEY FLORANN BARR, SHIRLEY BARTON, FRED BEISNER DEAN BELARDES, JANICE BIXLER, LOWELL RISTOL JEANNE BRISTOL, JEROME BROOKS, BUD ANDREWS, DIXIE BALZER, EUGENE BASHOR, JACQUELINE BAYH, BEVERLY BOERNER, SHIRLEY BRESEE, CAROL BRUSH, RAY BURT, JEANETTE if. . 'rv-aw1.f.'.'.'.: srnunzll , li : saw t i s X sv: z.sx:.,itssg1sxsmsss41 A X- BARKER DAVID BEARDSLEE DOR BUTLER BARBAII Qrli , Cgpoorb peview Spring season of G.A.A. overflowed with thrills, enthusi- asm and fine sportsmanship. Team sports in the limelight were basketball, and baseball, while archery and badminton highlighted individual sports. Playing with professional precision and accuracy, an undefeated A-12 team won the basketball championship after a tight battle with the A-11s. A well balanced A-12 team likewise captured the base- ball cup, but only after staging a hair-raising stretch race with the A-10s and B-12s. gr!! ' lgdyriic Highest percentage to pass the girls' physical fitness test was scored by the Class of Summer F orty-four. All in all approximately sixty girls passed the test which consisted of an obstacle course, baseball and basketball accuracy throws, CALAGNA, HENRY CALDWELL, ROSA LEE CAMPBELL, JEANNE CARPENTER, MARIAN CARR, BOB CARR, LAURENCE CI-ARK, CUFF COATES, DONALD COBLE, TERESA CONNORS, RICHARD COWIE, ELIZABETH CREMENS, BEVERLY Nt, it . 4 N P is I gp , Badminton found Barbara Green making a clean sweep. Barbara captured top honors in singles and shared the doubles crown with Rose Farrell. Archery saw Pat Munster wielding the bow and arrow with a finesse resulting in her winning the championship cup. Composite result of this year's G.A.A. activities is a tribute to each of the Physical Education teachers and the officers of G.A.A. who made it possible. afjifne55 ld mile walk, and dance steps. In addition to these physical endurance tests, each girl made the grade according to health standards, such as eye-sight, teeth, etc. CAMPBELL, MARY IO CAMPBELL, MILDRED CARMICHAEL CARTER, THERESA CHRISTENSEN, LA JUEN CIMAGLIA COBURN, BILL COLLINS, BILL COUCH D CRANDALL, VIRGINIA CRAWFORD, DALE CUSHMAN 5 DEMERS, JOYCE FARRELL, ROSE FORINGTON, PAT ARABEDIAN, ROSE GORDON, BRUCE DOBBS, FRED FEINER, DICK Font, KATHLEEN GARDNER, PETE GRANGE, JOHN I A "' -In II' . . R Av I 52 "-" A ,,, I ' .V Y 1, X , XX v 1 . ,I 'Rx IE L ' L DOWNS, FRANK FELTS, BILL FOWLER, LOMA GARNER, JOAN GAY, ELLIS Lili' X "Lg - , 5' JC' , 2 Sf L 3 'Wil jv ' ' 1 5 , I Q DONATELLA, JOAN FITZGERALD, MARIAN FRALEY, JOYCE GASS, EMMY LOU GREEN, BARBARA DEYLING, MARY LOU EDWARDS, WILLIAM FLETCHER, ROGER FRICKE, JOANNE GETZ, DARLENE GREENING, PAT DAvLs, MARC EALKNER, ERA FLORES, BIL ruLcHELz, JL GIBSON, ALI' GUERIN, JAC -r 4 i K1 ,wma if 1""7 .2 Ar, iv-"' ef EL 3' I ' L x : ,, X XJ fi ,L- NL, iv, 15" 2 !""1' 1 , fr ,MJ 3,5 B4 12132 '- '9 fx Q JB 50 , nv' I7 'lr'-'I FGA - a ,., f L IX, GUSTAFSON, SHIRLEY HAUSER, DOROTHEA HOLTBY, MAURICE JEPSON, BETTY ALICE KENNING, MITZI LACHER, AITHRA MAE is 2.35. una... . 1 ,Ia-LQ., :F 53 , I x Lla lzzf' HABIG, DON HAYES, VIRGINIA HOPKINS, DICK JOHNSEN, EUGENE KIDSON, MARJORIE LA CLAIR, PAT Q HALE, ROBERTA HENSMAN, SHIRLEY HUNT, DOROTHY JOHNSON, SHIRLEY MAE KINGSLEY, VIVIAN LACY, ALVA 5 HANE, so HOFFMAN, MARILYN JACKSON, THEO KEARNES, MARY KNOWLES, MARGIE LAFFIN, VALENTINA HANN, J. C. HOLMES, BILL IACOBSON, BETTY MAY KEELER, NANCY KOONCE, WANDA LEE LA MONICA, MARY hi 'Q' 4 I 'E ,gg Aff -45 ? I PWQIYQS 'if ,1 A, EQ, Q5 4 1 NSU , 1 I f I 'E A Hg X it my ' 'I V if I I , I is 5 ,Q Y FZV gg W Qpw-M 3 HANSON, YVC HOLT. DORO' JENNINGS, PATS KEEVER, MARY KOUTNICH, N LICKIE, ALI I ...., . ww 'ffffflifffiiewss aw ,I Mi QQ LESTER, JACKIE LOCKHART, EILEEN LONG, DOROTHY MCANDLISH, DORIS MtKIM, BILLIE LINDBERG, DICK LOISELLE, JACQUELINE LOWE, THOMAS MCCANN, IOLA M:MAHON, JOHN I, I enior wko Iaazmecl fke Ay5icafjifne55 jefif DEA BEARDSLEE BARBARA BECKES JOY BRICK JEANETTE BURT BARBARA BUTLER ROSA LEE CALDWELL JEANNE CAMPBELL IRIS CARMICHAEL MARIAN CARPENTER THERESA CARTER LA JUEN CHRISTENSEN ELIZABETH COWIE BETTY LOU CRAWSHAW JOYCE DEMERS MARY LOU DEYLING JOAN DONATELLA ROSE PARRELL LOMA EOWLER ALICE GIBSON BARBARA GREEN VIRGINIA HAYES PATSY JENNINGS MARY KEARNS MARY LOU KEEVER MARJORIE KIDSON MQCREERY, BETTIE MCGEE, PA'l'l'IE MacNlSH, THOMAS MALEY, JIM VIVIAN KINGSLEY MARJORIE KNOXVLES WANDA KOONCE MARY KOUTNIIQ PATTY LA CLAIR ALVA LACY VALENTINA LAFFIN MARY LA MONICA LORRAINE LANOUETTE FRANCES MANNER JANE MASTROLY BILLIE MQKIM VIRGINIA NOBLES LILLIAN NOURY JACKIE OHL DORIS OLDENBURG HELEN QUINLEY DONNA RACE BETTY LOU RANUN DOROTHY REMMEL LAURALIE ROBINSON MARY LOUISE ROEMHELD JEAN SCOTT MARY SMITH MARILYN STRAUB FRANCES THOMPSON McGI.IIRE, MONA MANNER, FRANCES MARKOFF, DAN MCKI E, MARGARET W A if IR 'D xL-L R ' - Q5 A N MASTROLY, JANE IAENDOZA, SOPHIE MOFFAT, DOLORES MUNSTER, BILL NIEHAUS, JUNE OHL, JACQUELINE MAW, Rum MIKESELL, WALTER MOFFET, NORA MURDAY, DORIS NIPPELL, ROBERT OLIVER, BUD ,- he X13 N. MONROE, MARJORIE MYERS, ARNETH NABLES, VIRGINIA ORCHARD, PEG ASPLUND, FLORENCE BARKER, BONNIE BERGSTROM, GEORGE BROCKETT, BETTY CARRUTHERS, CAROLYN MORGAN, NINA NEUSTEDT, JENNIE NORBY, DON PARKER, CHUCK CLARK, RONALD COLLINS, ALICE CORNELSON, FRANK COURTEMANCHE, CHARLES CRANDALL, RICHARD DOBBS, FR! FISHER, MARI FITSOS, GEO FLETCHER, RO FULLMAN, NO DEVENPORT, DICK GALE, RODC MOYNAHAN, MATT MUIR, DOUGU NEWMAN, DONNA NICHOLS, GERALI NOURY, LILLIA NORMAN, HARC PATTON, DON FENPROS, DOI .wemmsm I I I4:as..f.w,sss'aslL 1 -iv .. Y Q wrwsxailml.'o: if GOVE, DICK ENOT, GERMINAL IARRIS, ORREN LCQUES, BOYCE JBETTER, NANCY LINN, DICK QUICK, PAT RICH, ETHEL ELD, MARY LOUISE I CHARLES WILLIAM , I A MDCFADGEN, MARION MYERS, ARNETH NABERS, DICK PAGE, SHIRLEY PAZZELLI, VIOLA QUESADA, GEORGE RACE, DONNA ROBERTS, EDWARD ROESINC-ER, PHILLIS SEIDEN, BILL 50 Wir REVES, ALfoNso RICE, ALLEN SULLIVAN, JACK SowNELEN, LILA VAN METER, CHARLES READ, DICK ROBERTSON, JIM SATTERFIELD, CHARLES SERVICE, Jo ANN qs X I an R ssikzxf LA, A ,iw I I a A A Yi W 0. jig. L wif A L , L' as ,L -Iizlwazfj Qjggiigw iw 2 I I REMMEL, DOROTHY ROBINSON, LAURALIE SHEMBRI, MARGUERITE SHAW, RUTH Ab 45 - f""1v PRIESTER, BILL QUINLEY, HELEN RENDAHL, FAITH ROE, BARBARA SCOTT, JEAN SHINKLE, DON 'YV' I I Q 'K' "Aff I 9 PUTNAM, RALPH RANUM, BETTY LC REYNOLDS, BARBA ROEMER, DICK SCOTT, LORNA SHERWOOD, LORRA XXX S Q I .I I--'I Eli-, Q , , 0 , S214 gfadd Song We're leaving North Hollywood Though stay on we wish we could Our hearts will linger with you for ever more. Our colors of blue and gray Bring thoughts of our high school days And loyal class of Summer '44, Through the years we,ll remember all the friendships we,ve made Truth and vision and high endeavor, words that cannot fade. So now we bid farewell, Our hearts with pride will swell, When we recall our school, North Hollywood. SMITH, CAROL SMITH, GLEN SMITH, JACQUELINE SNIDER, ANNE SPENCER, CAROLYN STANTON, BO STEE, LOIS SNYDER, PAUL STEINER, DON STEINKAMP, DORIS STICKELMAIER, RITA STIFFELMAN, RC STRAUB, MARILYN SULLIVAN, MARILYN SWASEY, BOB SWINNEY, IMOGENE SWITZER, NORMAN SYPOLT, DOROI TAYLOR, JACK TAYLOR, PAT TENNY, BILL TERUSA, HANK THOMAS, BETTY TAYLOR, EMMA G 1 "T 'W -IOMAS, WILLIAM IN METER, LLOYD IHELAN, MAXINE ILLIAMS, GEORGE THOMPSON, FRANCES VAN NOSTRAND, JACK WHITMAN, STEPHANA WITHEREN, MARK ION I, 'F M I A K 4... I fe. EQ - 'mmf 1 Q ' uni, Q K f Y F 46" 9 Q . R Q Q. Q an 1 I M L. KEEMER UHLICK, VIRGINIA WARNER, ARLENE WILLIAMS, CARLETON HARTON, LARRY in 59' X I ER. f? enior.x4 Kfaaa Merlin Adams - I hereby leave? I hereby vidll my kerosene can and "SD card to whoever wants it, the report card with the A on it to Jean Tenney, who needs it, and my voice to Tom Helms, who can't sing either.-Phil Adamsak. Jim fGeneJ Balzer- I will . . . not 'trust women any- more . . . they're fickle. I, Shirley Barr, will to Frances Hill my will to sing. Fred Barton - I will to any rising student, my artistic ability to help them squirm through Miss Randolph's Latin American classes. Vic Basche-I will my white saddle shoes to anyone who can keep them clean. I will my faculty for missing first period to Gay Nelson. I hgpe she has better luck with it than I did.-Jackie Bas or. Beverly Bayh-I will my undying devotion to Stevie George and Ray Lang, hoping this Ends them in the best of spirits. I will my attendance record to Doreen Tumham.- Janice Belardes. Shirley Boerner-I leave "Beautiful Billv Grimm to Charlotte Lee. To Marjorie Nagle I will my place behind the clinic desk. - Carol Bresee. Joy Brick-I will my ability to speak in front of an audience to the next student body president. Rosa Lee Caldwell-I will all my headaches in the Business Office as Commissioner of Finance to the next unfortunate student who is so unlucky as to take the posi- tion. I will my locker to Donna Sanborn, Selma Lobelson, Mildred Michaelson, and everyone else who has used it the past year. - Jeanne Campbell. I will to Elsie -O'Connor all the little curlicues I had left over in Shorthand. -Iris Carmichael. I, LaJuen Christensen, will "Sugar" Bluemm, at last, to all you lucky boys. Al Cimaglia-I will my place in Mrs. Snyder's Senior English class, to anyone who wants it. Pud Campbell and Betty Lou Crawshaw do hereb gladly will tieir morning walk to schoolto Jane Hedrick and Jeanne Morgan. I leave my little Red Racer, with enough spare motors and tires to last for the duration, to some unsuspecting future Senior A. - Cliff Clark. Teresa Coble -I leave my Southern accent to "you all" for remembrance. In a sane and sober mind I hereby will my parking place to Mr. Garner.-Don Couch Esq. I will my various abilities to my two buxom pals, Webb and Pagones. - Bill Crandall. I, Mary Lou Deyling, will my long, blond? hair to Jean Kenny. I, Joan Donatella, will my knack of talking myself in and out of trouble to any poor soul who has the wind and the temper to use it. I, Marian Fitzgerald, will my ability of making mis- takes on the switchboard, in the main oflice, to anyone who is also easily confused. CSorry, Mrs. Waltz.l I will my sweaters, especially my orange one, to any- one who is colorblind. - Roger Fletcher. I will my unmanageable hair to Mona Carveth, who never has any trouble with hers. - Pat F orington. I, Kay Fort, will to Donna Burrell my knack of losing gym clothes. I, Loma Fowler, will my brains and knowledge to the English students of Mr. Shepiro. Joyce F raley -I will to Darlene Kingsley my interest in the Esquire Club. Jim Fulcher-I will the library to the Hi-Y. I will Mr. Garner my asbestos gloves.-Pete Gardner. Alice Gibson - I will to Georgie Loiselle a copy of my cooking recipes. I hereby will my long? fingernails to Pat Puett, who needs them badly -for defense 'K take notice, Gusll -- Pat Greening. I leave all my musical talents to the up and coming Senior A, Jack Smalley. - Jack Guerin. I, Shirley Gustafson, will to Margie Ruth Kaufman all my telephone company pencils. Virginia Hayes - I leave my shorthand ability fhal hall to Maxine Carr and hope she can do more with it than I did. I, Marilyn Hoffman, will the title "Josephine" to anyone else who can afford a thousand dollar bond fha hal. ,Dorothy Hunt- I leave my old cracker box and theater ticket stubs to Dorothy Hayes. I, Patsy Jennings, will my ability to do Harlem Jive to Opal Clark. Eugene Johnson-I will my cowboy shirt to Mr. Wright's art classes. I, Nancy Keeler, will the Arcade to whoever is fortun- ate enough to be Editor next semester, and I wish that person much success in carrying on the publications. I will not: P.S. I hereby will my tan to all those handsome fellows -Marjorie Kidson. Vivian Kingsley -I will my ability to avoid boys from' Marshall High School to Jerry Hopper, who can't resist the girls from Marshall. Barbara Green - I will the confusion of my Physics book and Mr. Garner to Barbara Stowell. Wanda Lee Koonce - I will to Ruth Marks, the inevit- able guidance of my old pal Patti. I, Patti La Clair, if I do "I willf, Aithra Lacher-I will my ability to talk too much to those who are left behind. I, Lorraine Lanouette, leave my newest invention to Bingville high:-clappers on all the tardy bells. I will my broken bats to Tucker Thompson!-Dick Linde. I, Eileen Lockhart, will the zipper from my gym shorts to my sister Mary Bell because she can't wear the shorts. Jackie Loiselle - I will my shorthand speed to my sister Georgie and hope she can do better with it than I did. I, Dotsy Long, will my 5' 9" to Mimi Cassell-she asked for itl Frances Manner-I will my ability for pushing in the Asbury bus to Betty 'Mooney, who sure needs it. I, Jane Mastroly, hereby will to everyone, the share of sunny California which I will not need when I'm in New York this summer. I will my ability to get along with Bud Munster to his sister, Pat. - Bettie McCreery. 'I, Pattie McGee, will my ugliness to whoever wants it. I, Billee McKim, will my horse laugh to Jeanne Hodges! Mona McGuire - I will one of my empty trunks to who- ever would like a trip to Honolulu, Hawaii, with me this summer. I, John McMahon, leave my standing with Miss G. Miller and my worn out Chemistry apron Choles and alll to my baby brother Maynard. I will my ability to sleep in class to Rita's sister CI'm not kiddingl. - Nora Moffett. Margie Monroe-I will my nickname to anyone who can and will live up to it. I, Nina Morgan, will my fountain pen to anyone in pre-nursing class who knows how to write. I will my seat, front row center, at the "Blackouts" and my Presidency to the Marie Wilson for President Club to Mr. Garner.-Douglas Muir. I, Jennie Neustedt, will my leather note-book to my sister, Barbara. I, June Niehaus, will to Evelyn Mahoney my zootie tennis shoes, what's left of them. I, Don Norby, do hereby sorrowfully will my chair in the baritone section of the Boys' Glee Club to any soul Cmeaning Fred McGinnisJ that can sit with his mouth closed and still look like he's singing. I, Harold Norman, do hereby bequeath all of my troubles and worries to all the future students of this insti- tution. I will all my love to my man, Jimmy Sabin, the best little sailor in the Navy! - Doris Oldenburg. I, Bud Olive, being sound in mind and body? do hereby in the presence of two witnesses will my curly hair and civilian clothes to Bob Beeman, a lowly Senior "B." I, Viola Pazzelli, will m gym shorts to Angie Mina be- cause she needs them very badly. I, Shirley Perry, will my ability to sunburn to Jean Hodges - as if she needs it. I, Bill Priester, do hereby leave to anyone who takes Chemistry 3-one well-worn gas bottle, two discolored test tubes, and one accumulation of smells therein. I, Ralph Putman, will my southern accent to anyone who would be interested. I, Helen Quinley, will my long finger nails to Miss Fawley. I, Pat Quirk, do hereby leave North Hollywood with all my memories of the past. Donna Race -I will to my sister, joy, my ability to sing. Heaven help her! Barbara Reynolds -I hereby leave my ability to keep my dheart interests a secret to Beverly Whitaker. She'll nee it. I, Ethel Rich, will all of my 4 ft. 1154 inch. to Patti Wood, who needs it so badly. You're welcome, Patti. I, Eddy Roberts, do hereby in the presence of a Senior "A" and an ugly Senior "B," will all the good Ui jokes in N.H.H.S. to Poppa Gamer to make up for his lousy ones. I will all my Thursday night phone calls to Barbie Stowell. - Lauralie Robinson. I leave my ability to get along with Mrs. Van Winkle, to any intending to take Latin. - Dick Roemer. Phyllis Roesinger - I do hereby will all the luck and fun, that !I've had since I've been in this school, to Ardanne Busc . I leave my victory gavel to the next unwilling president of that organization. - Bill Seiden. Frank Smith - I do hereby will the marvelous education, which no money can buy, that N.H.H.S. has offered me to anyone who wants to work hard for it. I Jacqueline Smith, having served my tenn at North Hollywood High, do hereby bequeath m typewriter in journalism, gavel in Harlequin Club, and, uncomfortable seat in Promotion Bd. to anyone who would also like a nervous breakdown. I, Carolyn Spencer, will to Gladys Holbert the gym charts willed to me by Gladys Pruett, S '43. Ruth Shaw-I bequeath mon homme, Larry, to mon uncle, Sam. I, Lois Stee, will my religious gym sox to Lila Newfield and Mildred Durell. I will my ability to cut fAm I kidding?l to my sister, Betty. - Ria Stickelmaier. Ross Stiffelman - To Miss G. Miller, I bequeath "Chem- istry, the Short and Easgf Way" and to the next editor's personal stooge, my brie case. Imogene Sweeney-I will Mr. Betts two girls for his next year's trig. class. Because one gets too lonely. I, Norm Switzer, will my job at "Nancy's" to Walter Catts so he can get out of school? 1 hour earlier. Emma Gene Taylor-I will my fgigglel laugh to Pat Elliott. jean Threlfall -I will my dark glasses Cwith red rimsl to Miss G. Miller, because all her students are so bright. I hereby will my nickname "Queenie" to Barbara Parry so siie can't acquire it the same way I did. - Bette Town- sen . I will my bottle of shinola to "Uncle George" Betts to keep his forehead shining. - Dean Vausbinder . . . Esq. Keith Vincent - I will my ability to grow a goatee to Don Kirkman, who has a hard enough time growing whiskers. I will all my broken bats to my fat friend, Tucker Thompson. He needs 'emg he can't hit a thing. - jack Van Nostrand. Mary Wallace-I will my sparkling wit and my scin- tillating humor to Glenn Dicus . . . anything is better than his. I, Maxine Whelan, will "Frenchie" Everette to whoever is lucky enough to get him. I, Stevie Whitman, will and bequeath my traditionally unorganized? Cmessyl notebook to the ever immaculate Mary Hoch. I, Lowene SMableJ Wilkinson, will my stiff gym socks to Beverly Mil er, a mighty A10. I will "Gus" my "Lil Abner" shoes for next football season. - Carleton Williams. I, Wyn Williams, bestow upon Paulie Strong my unique iigure that's so-oooooooo accented by my stage crew uni- form. Also my ability to take those "rugged" cracksq I will my ability to all of the B10 shorthand students to pass theory tests in Shorthand IV. - Barbara Young. I, Marguerite Shembri, will my ability to disagree with all suggestions at the Senior "A" meetings, to anyone who believes that it will be of any help to him. Qjracluafion of 66156 JS 214 On the athletic field dedicated to former NH principal, Mr. Claude Sandifur, two hundred and eighty graduates will assemble to receive their diplomas, A boy or girl may face many occasions in his or her life which may be destined to remain long in the memory, but at the time of graduation, there is a particular senti- mental note. Parents gather to see their sons and daughters ready to accept the responsibility of adulthood. This graduation is very special, indeed. Our country is involved in a conflict from which none of the graduates can be excluded. Boys and girls are takin positions in the world for which their parents did not gan . . . boys become men, fighting heroes, girls become women, cour- ageous defenders of all that is good. That is how the inscription reads on the diplomas . . . "the groundwork for your life has been laid, it is your turn to use it wisely." CEM Two hundred and eighty students of the graduating class of Summer '44 gathered together to display their senior sweaters. With a roar of applause, members of the eleventh and twelfth grades expressed approval of the slate gray-royal blue combination. The sweaters are in the same colors as the colors that the North Hollywood High School has adopted. Once a year, tradition marks the celebration of the Seniors' pre-announcement of graduation with class day. In a fitting manner, the Seniors make the announcement by dis laying the sweaters which have come to symbolize the high rank of a Senior A in the High School. All of the Senior students, proudly showing off their And so, with great ceremony, seven Ephebians are com- mended on their excellent scholarship and high ideals which all Americans represent. "What America Means to Me" was the topic chosen by the Valedictorians who speak for the class. Mr. Roscoe L. Frasher, rincipal of the school, will present the class and award flue diplomas to the graduates. At every graduation ceremony, specific awards of schol- arship are awarded to deservin students. The boys' vice- principal, Mr. J. C. Holt, wig present the "awards of honorf, , The orchestra at the commencement will be the NH orchestra, conducted by Mr. Richard Betterage, music advisor. With the layin of the recessional, members of the graduating clgss ofg Summer '44 will join their arents with the best wishes from the faculty of North Hollywood Senior High School. ibn, T44 merited prizes, stood before their audience and sang the class song, which was composed by Bob Cushman with lyrics written by Marilyn Hoffman and Mary Louise Roemheld. The singing of the class song was the climax of an hour's program in which much of the talent of the Seniors was exhibited. The performers were Bill Collins, joan Dona- tella, Mary Lou Deyling, Bill Crandall, Walter Mikesell, Gary Ross, and Class president, Emcee, Victor Basche. And when the processional was played, the NH student body watched the Seniors march down the aisles in antici- pation of another day soon to come . . . the day of graduation. tion. , Word .iloffywoocl CAM 0 'IXUZI4 WILLARD ALLEN MONTEITH Class Presideni MARY ANN MURPHY , Vice-Prasidenf Word .iloffywoocl .Szniomi .xdrmeol .Szzruicw WHO WOULD HAVE GRADUATED IN W'44 JAMES WELLER ANDERTON JAMES A. BASTION RICHARD NEAL DILL DONALD D. HASTINGS GEORGE W. JOHNSON EDWARD ORMSBY CHARLES WAITE WADSWORTH BONNIE IANE BAKER CWENDOLYN IANICE CABLE X 2 Y an I X A HARREL, MILTON HOLADAY, KEITH KEGARISE, LEONARD I. 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