North Phoenix High School - Hoofbeats Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1940
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NORTH PHOENIX HIGH SCHOOL
The Student Bodu of North Dhoenix Lhoh School
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Arizona Trade Bindery
LOYD C. ELLIOTT
The establishment ol the most vital part of our school life, the Honor
System .... the fine cooperation between the faculty and students .... the
general school spirit which this school possesses .... the interesting and
entertaining assemblies .... the immediate high rating of our school.
These accomplishments can be almost wholly attributed to one man.
Because of this and, above -all, for the line understanding of students which
he possesses, the first volume of HOOFBEATS is hereby dedicated to Loyd
C, Elliott, Principal of North Phoenix High School.
E. W. MONTGOMERY
1939-1949 .... A year of great accomplishment. A dream of another
Phoenix high school becomes a reality.
But the true accomplishment concerns not structures nor buildings but the
moulding of a new school government .... the establishment of new prece-
dents .... and, greatest ot all, the installation of the honor system.
Bearing this in mind, the class of l94U departs, confident that a strong
foundation had been set which will last through the many years to come.
On the first day of school, students who were enrolling in the new North
Phoenix High School were a little' awed by the brightness and immensity of
the school plant which had sprung up on a cow pasture on Thomas Road.
And they had a little trail-blazing to do through the dust and the mud at first.
But soon, with the planting of shrubs and lawns, the school emerged in all
The first crop of Mustangs found more than beauty, though. They found
all the latest in practical design, in arrangements, in equipment.
Mustangs are proud of their buildings and their campus, whether they
are seen from up in the air or from the geometric designs of the campus
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Mlss F. Montgomery Mr Mitchell M155 Manson Mr Carson
MF- Cdfier Miss Mitchell Miss Troe Miss Adams ' M
Miss Stevens and Mr. Brown and
Mr. Barney Miss Sayre
Mr. Raymond Mrs. Rhodes Miss Eoff Mrs. Robbins Mr. Cary
Miss Howait Miss Cox Miss White Miss Wilkinson Mrs. Kinneman
Miss Montgomery Mrs. Scully and
and Mr, Boyer Mrs. Chason
Mr. Waters ' Miss Rupp 3 Mr. Vaughn Miss Wiley 1 Mr. Larkin
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Mrs. Marlar Mr. Lowe Dr. Taylor Miss Beye Mrs. Wertheimer
Miss Coniris Mr. Marker Mr. Anderson and Mr. Edens
Bill Beaton, Claudia Barnum, and Max Humphrey
To the numerous governing- bodies elected and appointed during this
first year at North Phoenix High School goes much credit for their fine work
and conscientious effort to establish worthy precedents for our new school.
The first of these groups was the Student Council, composed of one repre-
sentative from each homeroom. From the work of committees formed from
this council came suggestions concerning the schools name, colors, yells, and
songs, which were presented for selection by student vote.
During the second month, the student body elected Lloyd Stateler, Presi-
dent, 'Claudia Barnum, Vice-president, and Max Humphrey, Secretary. At
the end of the first semester, Lloyd resigned, and was succeeded by Claudia
Barnum, whose position, in turn, was filled by Bill Beaton, chosen at a special
student body election.
Left to right: Katherene Pace,
Bill Beaton, Claudia Barnum,
Margaret Brumbaugh, Max
Humphrey, Tom Sawyer, Pris-
The Executive Committee has ably carried out important duties this year.
Formed from members of the Student Council, this body Carried out many
executive functions of a beginning student government system.
Playing a major part in proving the Honor System a satisfactory method
of self-discipline has been the accomplishment of the Honor Court this year.
Composed of seven members, a bailiff, and a clerk, chosen by student vote,
the Court has done much to call favorable attention to North Phoenix High
School because of the unusual manner of maintaining self-reliant conduct
among the students.
Lett to right: Mr. Marker,
Ted Mote, Auby Kindriclc,
Mary Sullivan, Stretton Smith,
Beatrice O'Hair, Ed Soza, Betty
Jean Overstreet, Clay Kaigler,
Zoe Ann Bailey, Ralph Dutton,
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First Row: Voyles, Lincoln, Skomer, Hendryx, Smith, Tsutsumida.
Second ROW: O'Brien, Stark, Ford, Coerver. Third Row: Creighton, Kaigler, Eikner,
Miller, Burns, Ollerton, Johns, Martin, Mr. Wooden.
Jim Eikner, President, Allen Creiqhton, Secretary, MR- WOODEN
Clay ' Kaigler, Vice-president.
First Row: Margaret Meek, Betty Weed, Della Asbury, Gloria Wasielewski,
Dorothy Stark. Second Row: Miss Hadlock, Jean Murless,
Jean Jensen, Jane Walsh, Naomi Meek.
First Row: Margaret Meek, Jane Walsh, Barbara Shea, Betty DeWitt, Margie Hill.
Second Row: Miss Hadlock, Betty Weed, Jane Turbeville, Elizabeth Rhodes,
Mary Kirkpatrick, Polly Brandt, Sally Heath, Genevieve McDowell.
Third Row: Betty Clothier, Patsy Miller, Margaret Jeanne Jenson,
Eloise Davis, Marjorie Peggs, Claire Campbell, Arretta
Webb, Miss Mitchell.
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DORIS MAY ALLEN-Liberal Arts, Hostess, Masque ol the Yellow
Moon, Rhythm Roundup. A
ZOE ANN BAILEY-High School Graduation, Student Coun-
cil, Executive Committee, Annual Staff, Tennis Team.
CLARENCE L. BAILEY JR.-Liberal Arts, Entered from Grossmont
Union High School, Grossmont, Calilornia, Constitution Com-
mittee, Honor Court, Class Play, Tennis Team, Letterman, Legio
MARY ELIZABETH BANNISTER-Liberal Arts, French Club
CLAUDIA JEAN BARNUM-.Liberal Arts, Student Body President,
Executive Committee, Chairman, Student Council, Chairman,
French Club, Hostess.
VIRGINIA L. BARRY-Liberal Arts, Assistant Social Ser-
DICK BARTON-High School Graduation.
WILLIAM JAMES BEATON JR.-Liberal Arts, Student Body
Vice-president, Chairman of Student Council, Chair-
man of Constitution Committee, lst Lt. R.O.T.C., Home
BETTY CLAIRE BEHCTEGUY-Liberal Arts, Student Council, Assis-
tant Secretary, Girls' Glee Club, Chairman of Emblem Com-
EMILY BENSON-Liberal Arts, Assistant Secretary, Band,
Girl Reserves, Legio Honoris, Mathematics Club.
FRANK BLACK-Liberal Arts, Roundup Staff, Class Play, French
Club, Golf Club.
DOUGLAS R. BOGARD-Science, Constitution Committee.
'LJNDSEY BOOTH-Liberal Arts, Assistant Secretary.
EARL LEON BROOKSHIRE-High School Graduation, Assis-
tant Secretary, kFuture Farmers, Dairy Judging, fifth
JACK BURTON-High School Graduation, Roundup Staff.
GRANVILLE BUSH-Liberal Arts.
IRENE CASHEN-Liberal Artsg Girls' League Council, Constitu-
tion Committeep Hoofbeats Staff, El Kawajog Home Room Chair-
man, Golf Club Uniform Committee.
YVONNE COPELAND - Liberal Arts, Entered from St.
Mary's High School, Hostess, Roundup Staff, Hoof-
beats Staftg Rhythm Roundup, Junior-Senior Play.
PHYLLIS CROWE--Liberal Arts, Golf Club.
DENNES CUTLER-Pre-nursing, Masque of the Yellow
PHYLLIS DEWEY-Scientificg Entered from Tucson High School,
Hoolloeats Staff, El Kawajog Mathematics Club, president.
GERMAINE DUBLIN-High School Graduation, Entered
from' Austin High School, Chicago, Illinois.
CHESTER DUPREE-Liberal Arts, Los Toros, Golf Club.
RALPH DUTTON, JR.-Liberal Arts, Executive Committee
Student Council, Golf Club.
WILLIAM EICI-IBAUM-Liberal Arts, R,O.T.C. First Lt., R.O.T.C
Club, secretary and treasurer. .
JAMES EIKNER-Law and Governmentg President of the
Boys' Alliance, Hootbeats Business Manager, Class
Play, First Football Team, Bellatores, president, Letter-
man's Club, Golf Club.
LONNIE ELLIOTT--Liberal Arts.
SUSAN EMBACI-I-Liberal Artsg Girls' Glee Club, Masque
of the Yellow Moon.
ALBERT MARVIN FABRICANT--Entered from New Utrecht High
School, Brooklyn, New York, basketball tearng track team, Los
MARY RUSSELL FENTON-Liberal Arts, Assistant Secre-
tary, El Kawajog Hostess, Home Room Secretary, Begin-
ners Tennis- Club.
EFFIE FERGUSON-High School Graduation.
JIM GIBSON-High School Graduation, Assistant Secre-
RUTH GILL-High School Graduation, Auditorium Club, I-Iostess.
MARGUERITE GRANT-Social Service, Entered from St.
Josephs Academy, Prescott, Arizonag Officer in Girls'
Military, Hostess, Masque of the Yellow Moon,
MONTEE HEALD-Liberal Arts.
MARTHA HORRALL-Liberal Artsg Girls' Glee Clubg Golf
Clubg Masque ot the Yellow Moon.
VERGIL F. HOWELL-Entered from Pawnee High School, Pawnee,
RICHARD ROMER HULSE-Pre-Engineeringg Assistant Sec-
'retaryg Gott Club.
MAX HUMPHREYTLiberal Artsg Secretary of Student Bodyg Student
Councilg Executive Committeeg Stage Crew in Class Play.
LORRAINE JOHNSON-Liberal Artsg Entered from Central
High School, Superior, Wisconsin.
PHYLLIS JOHNSON-High School Graduation: Hostess.
EVELYN JONES-Pre-Medicalg Masque ot the Yellow Moon.
CLAY KAIGLER-High School Graduationg Vice-president ot the
Boys' Allianceg Bailift in Honor Court.
ELINOR KENYON-High School Graduationg Golf Club.
MARY JANE KNORPP-Liberal Arts.
JIMMY KUHARA-High School Graduation.
FRANCES KUHN-High School Graduation: Entered from Ellet
High Schoolg Akron, Ohio.
TOM LAMBIE-Liberal Artsg Senior Class Secretary and
Treasurerg Letterman: Basket Ballg Foot Ballg Letterman's
Club: Golf Clubg Rotarian Representative.
TOM LANE-Liberal Arts: Golf Club.
BILLIE LEE-Liberal Artsg Golf Club: French Clubp 'Letter-
man's Clubg Homeroom Chairman.
AMANDA CHRISTINE LEWIS--Commercialg Entered from Phoenix
Indian Vocational School.
SIDNEY LEWIS-High School Graduationg Boys' Glee Clubg
Mixed chorus: Annual Eestivalp Christmas Pageant.
JOSEPH C. LINCOLN-High School Graduationg Entered from Jud-
BETA IRENE MAHLER-Liberal Arts: Hostess.
EUGENE FRANKLIN MARSHALL-High School Graduation.
MARJORIE MATHIS-Liberal Artsg Vice-president of the Senior
Classy Assistant Secretaryg Class Playg El Kawajo, president:
Goli Clubp Masque of the Yellow Moong Home Room Secre-
JEAN CASSON MCCULLOCH-High School Graduationg
Library Clubp Masque of the Yellow Moon.
MARY LOU MCLELLAN-Liberal Arts, Roundup ad solicitor,
JEAN MCRAE-Pre-Medical, Hoofbeats staff, Roundup staff,
Library Club, president,
BURTON J. MILLER-High School Graduation, Golf Club.
JESSICA MILLER-Liberal Arts, Student Council, Rhythm
Roundup, Masque of the Yellow Moon, Class Play,
Girls' Glee Club, Mathematics Club, Golf Club.
SARAH JANE MINER-Liberal Arts, Entered from St. Josephs
Academy, Prescott, Arizona, La Casa Loca, Los Toros, Hostess,
NEOLA MOORE-High School Graduation, Girls' Glee
Club, La Casa Loca.
ELLA MOSS-High School Graduation.
MILTON NORTHEN-Liberal Arts, Roundup ad solicitor,
Golf Club, Letterman's Club.
LOIS OLLERTON-Liberal Arts.
BETTY JEAN OVERSTREET-Liberal Arts, Honor Court,
Glee Club, Class Play, Rhythm Roundup.
MARVYN PAYNE-High School Graduationp Ground DIHY-
MERVYN PAYNE-High School Graduationg Ground Duty.
PHYLLIS MARY PETERSON-Liberal Artsg Annual Staflg
Los Potricosg Hostess,
BARBARA PHILLIPS-Liberal Artsg Masque of the Yellow Moon.
JUNE PHILLIPS-Liberal Arts: Hostess.
HENRY PICKRELL--Liberal Artsp Student Athletic Mgrg Basketball
Lettermang First Football Teamg Letterman's Clubg Golf Club.
HOWARD PURCELL-Pt'e1MediCal5 Student Dramatic, Mana-
gerg Student Councilg Lettermang First Tennis Teamg
Legio Honoris, presidentg Golf Club.
MARGARET REDMON-High School Graduationg Hoofbeats staff,
Los Potricosg Library Club.
CLIFFORD REID--High School Graduation.
VIRGINIA RILEY-Liberal Artsg El Kawajog Masque of the Yellow
Moong Beginners' Tennis Club.
BETTE LOUISE ROUTH-Secretarial.
MARGARET RUDDEROW-Liberal Artsg Golf Club.
JAMES RYAN JR.-Pre-engineering: Captain oi R.O.T.C.g
EDWARD SAMUELL-Scientiticg Captain in R.O.T.C.g R.O.T.C. Club,
EDGAR SHAHAN-Agricultureg Lettermang First Football
Teamg Future Farmersg Letterman's Clubg Ground Duty.
BARBARA JANE Sl-IEA-Liberal Artsg Senior Representative of
Girls' Leagueg Girls' League Councilg Hooibeats staffg Roundup
reporterg Los Torosg Hostessg Golt Club.
ROBERT: SIMS-Pre-engineeringg First Basketball Tearng
JUNE SMITH-High School Graduationg G.A,A., Lette-rman's Club:
Masque of the Yellow Moon.
STRETTON SMITH-Pre-Medical Honor Courtg Class Playg
French Club Presidentg Golf Clubg Assistant Secretary.
WINIFRED JEAN SMITH-Liberal Artsg Girls' Glee Clubg French
Clubg Masque of the Yellow Moon.
JOHN L. SMITHSON-Liberal Artsg Entered from Wicken-
burg High School.
EDWARD JOHN SOZA-Liberal Artsg entered from Phineas Banning
High School, Los Angeles, Californiag Constitution Committee:
Honor Court: Los Potricos, president.
DOROTHY STARK-Liberal Artsg Uniform Committee Chair-
mang Girls' League Cabinetg Assistant Secretaryg Presi-
dent oi Girl Reservesg Mathematics Clubg Masque of
the Yellow Moon.
LLOYD J. STATELER-Liberal Artsg Student Body Presidentg Stud-
ent Councilg Chairman of Executive Committeeg Constitution
PAULINE STATES-Social Serviceg Hostess.
EVELYN STOCK-High School Graduationg Hostess.
PAUL STOUGH-Liberal Artsg Major in R.O.T.C.7 Bellaiores.
JOHNNY SUTTER-Liberal Artsg Golf Club.
VERA SUTTER-Home Makingg Home Making Club.
MAURICE R. TANNER-High School Graduation.
MARY TOMARAS-Liberal Arts.
LOREN TREADAWAY-Pre-Medicalg Editor of the Annualg Round-
up stafig Masque of the Yellow Moon.
HELEN TOVREA-Liberal Artsg Roundup ad solicitor.
JANE TURBEVILLE-Liberal Arisg Girls' League Councilg Tennis
Clubg Homeroom Chairman.
TOBY VAUGHT-Liberal Artsg Annual siaff.
ARNOLD VAN WEY-Agricultureg Fuiure Farmers.
IRENE WACKER-High School Graduaiiong Entered from
Peoria High School, Peoria, Arizona.
JANE WALSH-Liberal Artsg Girls' League Presidentg President of
the Girls' League Councilg El Kawajog Hostessg Home Room
Chairmang Golf Clulog The Danforth Foundation Leadership
CLIFFORD WINHAM--Pre-engineeringg entered from Fair
Pair High Schoolg Shreveport, Louisianag First Lt. R. O.
RUBY LEA WOLFF-Pre-Medicalg Class Play Prompterg Masque of
the Yellow Moong Vaudeville Show.
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Carl Anderson Bill Billdf
Beulah Boetto Polly Brandt
Shirley Booth Betty Brolilceft
Vera Brotherton Rose Marie Bushnell
Margaret Brumbaugh Claire Campbell
Martha Church Allen Creighton
Sara Conway Frank Davis
Jimmie de Berutt Amber Doyle
Allen Dineen LeRoy Droge
Paquita Dudley Dixie! Lee Faires
Marshall Eichenauer Hilma Lee Fernstrom
George Ferris Bill Fielder
John Petter McCoy Finch
Frances Fleming Moya Gentry
Lyle Galbraith Charles Gray
Kathryn Grimminger Dorothy Heath
Tad Harrison Kathryn Hill
Minnie Hillman Harold Hughs
Dorothy Hood Betty Jacobs
Paul Jakobi Mary Jane Johns
Dick Johns Dick Johnson
Margaret Jones Katherine Kimball
Zona Mae Jones Martha Knappenberger
Janice La Prade Doreen Lemoyne
Parl Larson Erskine Mason
Ione Mauzey Doris McLellan
Letoy McCaughey Ruth Elaine Melick
Jack Mockler Mary Alice Moore
Marilyn Moore Jean Murlless
Christine Nelson Patricia Pafforcl
Betty Null Barbara Patterson
Marvine Paul Plinette Pinney
Hoyt Pilcher De Ette Powers
Jack Reid Sally Robinson
Ralph Randall Albert Schnorr
Mary Schupp Jack Smith
Joseph Setter Shirley Springer
Lois Stanford Mary Strom
Margaret Stradling Mary Sullivan
Bette Jean Taylor Mary Ellen Troutman
Margaret Taylor Martha Tway
Jean Von Rhein Betty Weed
Anna Lee Walters Etta Welman
Lois Wilson Bill Wood
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koke, Patterson, Martin, Wilson,
Gregory, McManus, Edmundson.
Second row: H. Smith, Sleeth, Hut-
chinson, Hood, Wo, Martinez, El-
iot, Malone, Simons, Evans.
Third row: Olsen, Jaggers, Weaver,
Jackson, Mr. Edens, Adams, Over-
ton, Shipley, Fagan, Mclndoo,
Front row: Nott, Wright, Kirlin, Free-
thy, Childers, Lemley, Gray, Patty
Smith, Larson, G, Smith, Lane.
Second row: Nay, Pearl Smith, Nei-
thercut, Conley, Waldon, S. Smith,
Burrall, Mullen, Wilson, Griffith,
Third row: Miss Kapanke, Campbell,
Hankiris, Williams, Bridgewater,
Wolff, Lee, Nelson, Brown, Car-
penter, Young, Berridge.
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First row: Looney, Thurman, Barnum,
Pitrat, Johnson, Hall, B a l d w i n,
Darst, Heard, Heath, Worrell, Dav-
Second row: Nelson, Power, Cox,
McFate, Davis, Strawn, Swader,
Barber, Barrett, Hilvert, Hill, Hether-
Third row: Miss Beye, Bean, Kesler,
D. Johnson, Sutter, Otto, Puritenny,
Lush, McBride, Ziegler, Powell,
First row. Sigvaldson, Strand, Blaauw
Townsend, Diggs, Tripp, Trade-
well, Thomas, Fassin, Rhodes
Second row: Meek, Stewart, Meisel
Homrighausen, Haney, McKinney
Ely, Ray, Florian, Underwood
Third row: Huskinson, Holdridge
Hubbs, Schmid, Farrow, Melcher
Bickle, Zorn, Hollenbeck, Bishop
First row: Aker, Adams, Haines, Clar-
dy, Clarke, P. Hall, Stewart, Strebe
Second row: Peacock, Speakman
O'l'lair, Udall, Butler, Copeland,
Annon, M. Hall, Stanley, Stauffer.
Third row: Linde' Mclntyre, Smith
Pace, Smithson, Christenson, Akin
Lokey, Asbury, Mrs. Kinneman.
First row: Kresan, Fujii, Rovers, Mos-
ley, Mote, Korrick, L. Gilliam,
Threlkeld, Barnett, Tsutsumida.
Second row: Coleman, Price, Mori-
mote, Leedham, Coffey, Conner,
Third row: Muffley, Rogers, Swaine
Reed, Davenport, Glotfelter, Brown-,
Powell, Swift, B. Gilliam, Cogdill
First row: Porter, Frye, Stohl, Mender'
son, Stevens, S. Canago, Call, An-
Second row: Staggs, Pendergralt
Butler, Potts, Meadows, Recker
Third row: Jones, Stoops, Montgom-
ery, Cox, B. Canago, Johnson
Voyles, Finklea, Kinnell, Dorwalt
First row: Lund, Moore, Collins, Hut
sell, Keller, Boetto, France, Smith
Second row: Setter, Merrill, N. Mil
ler, R. Miller, D. Smith, Brewer
Sieb, Ketcherside, Robertson.
Third row: Singleton, Brewer, Moses
Johnson, Gose, Whisenant, King
Wasielewski, Flynn' Webb, Sharp
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First row: Basharn, Johnson, Ash
ton, Brown, Temple, Hellmund
Beaty, Smith, Dean, Stueve
Second row: Brewer, Rodgers
Downing, Hollenbeck, R u cl d
Third row: Bell, Penneman, An-
derson, Benson, Bazzill, Beeman
Barnes, Burns, Braswell, Elliott
First row: Nomera, Hart, Suda
Waugh, Schnitzer, Waghorn,
McCalel:n, Salisbury, Martin,
Second row: Hawkins, O'Haver
Heitmeyer, Limbacher, Hazen
Vidrine, Sawyer, Wallace, Hall
Third row: Little, Lewis, Dineen
Hoffman, Odom, Wilson, Cliver
Newmark, Walker, Mr. Wooden.
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Front row: Zehr, Roelse, Cameron,
Flynn, Tanner, C. Taylor, Moss
Tanita, Moses, Cadwell, L. R. Tay-
Second row: Zeitlin, Moreno, Rug-
gles, Kellogg, Fong, Morimoto,
Frogatte, Firth, Temple, Riley, Ken-
Third row: Nabors, Baillie, R. Jones
Fricke, Lincoln, Caldwell, L. Jones
Ball, Mr. Carson.
First row: Rodgers, Heald, Medearis
W. Bissell, Copeland, H. Bissell,
Stalleup, Blair, Deutch, Waugh.
Second FOWL McPherson, Blackwell
Bisch, Stiles, Reader, Hendryx, Wal-
ters, Heath, Reed, Blakley, Pack.
Third row: Synder, DeWitt, Luneen
Hayes, Husky, Mr. Cary, Ward
Mclntyre, Ramsey, Soto, Hedgpeth,
Front row: C. Brown, Duncan, Wells
J. Brown, Kinnison, Edsan, Stark
Hoover, Bevels, Brotsher, Dodson.
Second row: Doyle, Hogan, Brook'
shire, Rhodes, C. Miller, A. Miller
Weed, F. Miller, Rice, Stevens
Third row: Hubbard, Honaker, Stape-
ley, Donev, Wilhelm, Lancester,
Pryor, Hildehond, Wesver, Hetz
First row: l... Tang, Fickas, D. Tang
Storm, H. Faulkner, Wilson, T. Mil-
ler, Jamison, Ellen, R. Faulkner
Tadano, J. Tang, Colgan.
Second row: D. Miller, Bingley, Rios,
Brown, Johnson, Mandel, Jennings,
Moore, Burgess, Reedy.
Third row: Elerick, Corpstein, Clark,
Garrity, Moody, Zeitlin, Kelly, C.
Burgess, Burrows, Smith, Ridge-
way, Mock, Whitney.
Fourth row: Mr. Brown.
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First row: Low, Eaton, D, Holmes,
Mitchell, Baker, Hutchinson, Papis,
Humphry, Fountain, Dowdy, Ar-
Second row1Titgen, Catiley, Dunam
A. Holmes, Peggs, Owens, Threl-
keld, Morrison, Hull.
Third row: Edgar, Dougan, Atkerson
Tolleson, Lubman, Park, Palmer
First row: Barbee, Barlow, Hutsell
Ellsworth,' McKee, Binlcley, Young
Second row: Lane, M. McDowell, Gill
A. Peterson, P. Peterson, Ellison
Mclndoo, Irons, Birch.
Third row: lsaac, G. McDowell, Town-
send, Bird, Elliott, Isaac, Curry,
Pinaire, Wildesen, Mrs. Chason.
First row: Millerg Forester, Wagner
Wilson, Steaclrnan, Holland, Kent
Second row: Brown, Jones, E. Ben-
nett, Marie Nappier, Mary Nappier
Third row: Green, Cavanaugh, Helm
H. Bennett, Saunders, Tadlock
Cantrall, Dunham, Miss Eoff.
First row: Lavin, Birmingham, Lame,
Caviness, B. Johns.
Second row: Crandall, Smith, Sise-
more, Pillott, Tiller, East, Woodson.
Third row: Adrain, Parkinson, Wheel-
er, McCagg, Miss Howatt, Cole
First row: Taffe, Sueder, Haire, Akers
Moody, Hazelton, Taylor, Allen
Lester, Waltord, Lowry.
Second row: B. Harris, Sirmans
Drake, G. Harris, Lightfoot, Green-
Third row: Harmon Bales, Fink, New-
by, Curlee, Miss Morgan, Leak,
Malter, LeBaron, Parker, Davis, All-
First row: Raubenheimer, Shumway
Sims, Bozzill, .Arnold, Bludworth
Covington, Frances, P a t f o r d, R
Second row: Bales, Looney, Green
Beachamp, L, Pearson, B. Grant
Pennington, Skomer, B a r n e t t e,
Hazen, Corpstein, Trabul.
Third row: Usry, Tolleson, Grippin
Lose, Mr. Oliver, Brice, Comon, Bar-
rett, Axel, Grassman, Skelton.
First row Granville, Phillips, Peter-
son, J. Smith, Davenport, Beck, Ly
Barger, Woddell, Lochwood, Mc-
Second row: Billar, Silva, Smith, Bir-
cheel, Briggs, Davis, Marshall, Beg-
ley, Perkins, Poulson, L. Smith.
Third TOWI Mr. Larkin, Haldiman, Lil-
ley, Woolstencraft, D. Smith, Pain-
ter, Slaughter, Hammontree, Voyles
Harris. McCrew, Rowsthorne.
First row. Wilson, Thompson, Os-
born, Goodman, Sheets, Gordon,
Second row: Combs, Gose, Golight-
ly, Null, Tang, Ollerton, Kirkpat-
rick, Ogan, Shigikawa.
Third row: Mr. Mitchell, O'Brien
Lockehead, Showers, Bader, Glot-
telter, French, Leadbetter, Sharkey
First row: Kimmell, Naylor, Gill, J.
Thomas, Alexander, Sharkey, King-
sley, Schweickhardt, Lowry, Run-
Second row: Longwell, Kolberg, Sage,
Kindrick, Nelson, N. Carter, Gifford,
Casey, Adams, Garver.
Third row: Noble, Coerver, Garside,
Barrett, Allen, Thompson, Abalos
Doyle, Naiziger, E. Thomas, W.
Carter, Mr. Raymond.
First row: M. E. Johnson, Mahler,
Manos, Hensley, Peters, V. Roberts,
B. Johnson, Vollmer.
Second row: Manning, Reader, Mat-
suda, Sanderson, B. M. Roberts
Marshall, Reed, B. R. Brown, Brenn
Third row: S. Brown, Robart, Wood,
Burgess, Welpton, Martin, J. John-
son, R. Johnson, Wilkey, Brad-
shaw, Mrs. Rhodes.
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L. Miller, Cheeseinan, Kleinbauer
Kiger, Jack, Kenneweg, Pope, Mit-
Second row: S. Greene, A. F. Mil-
ler, Slagle, Chesnutt, Clark, Pratt
Wheeler, Davis, P. Miller.
Third row: Griiley, D. Green, Gris
Wold, Kimball, Carpenter, Gregg
Kleclc, Wright, Shirmer, Miss Sayre
First row: Kane, Crust, Woodward
Runyon, Wright, Mead, Gold, Mock
Second row: Wing, Melby, De Witte
Ryan, Kavanaugh, Meek, Doutrick
Burns, Schornick, VanWay.
Third rowi Gibson, Campbell, Burk
hart, Smithson, Geon, Callahan
Gartside, Sanders, Hansen, Jones
First row: Wells, Bradford, Frankel
Gardner, Pringle, Ulmer, P. Jacob
Cutbirth, McKesson, Line.
Second row: P. Bowman, F. Bow-
man, F r e e s, Welker, Wariner
Droge, Bowers, Thompson, Bledsoe,
Third row: McQueen, Jensen, Mc-
Rae, Carr, Lynch, McLean, Blaauw,
Pollack, Fields, Nemec, J a c o b s,
Faires, Miss Wiley.
First row: Larson, D, Moore, Laney
Menderson, Munn, Close, Fain
Second row: Cole, Murdock, Pinker-
ton, Lassey, Steadrnan, Knorpp
Landis, Cox, Cornell.
Third row: Harlow, Hamilton, Step-
hens, Morton, Gunn, Michener.
M. Moore, Strebe, Snyder, Miss
First row: Lindsay, Overton, Oakes
Burch, Tallmari, Hill, Annon, Am-
mons, Oldfather, Day.
Second row: Hines, Browne,Apper
son, Longley, Oliver, Coleman
O'Con'ner, Tee-ter, Logan, Little-
Third row: Tannehill, Anderson
Yancy, Parker, Herring,Hites, De
Roulhac, Donnell, Shimmell, Doran
Mr. Van Hoorebeke
First rowi Coe, Wood, Irvine, Gib-
Kamp, Steffen, Carroll Brown, Ash-
bons, Nelson, Seaver, N a y l o r
Second row: Douk, Dial, Collins, Mc-
Elrath, Nye, Claude Brown, Wil-
liams, Greenhau, Presnell, McCul-
Third row: Young, Helm, Sheehan,
B. Lindsay, Hawkins, Love, Moore,
Harris, D. Lindsey, Powers, Morten-
son, Brethauer, Mr. Van Hoorebeke.
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Companies E. F, and l, of the second battalion
of North Phoenix High stand at attention for the
cameraman. Our Unit made a fine showing in
federal inspection this year by earning the red
star which symbolizes superiority for high
school military units.
Major John P. Scott, professor of Military
Science, talks with Cadet Major Paul Stough,
fleftl. Sergeant Hugh C. Reddic Crightl, for-
merly of the New Mexico Military Institute, is
in charge of the North High Military Depart-
Above fleft to rightl: The first, second, and
third platoons 'of Company
Below: fleftl: Company "E" officers, frightl:
Company "F" Officers.
Above Cleft to right? The first,
second, and third platoons of Com-
Left: Miss Catherine Wilkinson,
director of the girls military de-
partment, poses for our camera-
Right: The Cadet Officers of
Below: Company "ln under the
command of C a p t a i n Roberta
Left to right: Shea, Treadaway, Sullivan, Gregory, Wasielewski, McRae,
Tway, Davies, Sissons, Mauzey, Patterson.
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Every other Friday the campus is filled with students reading the snappy features and news
in the Roundup, which in its first year achieved great popularity with the students.
Its staff, headed by Martha Tway, editor, and Locke Turner, business manager, included Bar-
bara Patterson, associate editor, lone Mauzey, feature editor, Phil Gregory, sports editor, Loren
Treadaway, news editor, Margaret Taylor and Frank Black, special writers, Mary Sullivan, ex-
change editor, Dixie Lee Faires, stenographer, Suzanne Davies and Gloria Wasielewski, copy read-
ers. Ad solicitors were Helen Tovrea, Doris McLellan, Mary Lou McLellan, Bob Burns, Stanley
Kisseberth, Lawrence Jensen, Bob Ollerton, Bill Wood, Dick Johnson, and Albert Schnorr.
First row: Zed Judd, Elizabeth Ely,
Yvonne Copeland, Betty Brokken
Barbara Shea, Frances Flynn
Second row: John Little, Jean Mc-
Rae, Betty-Jo McKinney, Ger-
main Ball, Kathryn Grimminger
Suzanne Davies, Gloria Waste-
lewski, Demming Campbell.
eft to right:
Dewey, McRae, Eik-
ner, Treadaway, Bail-
ey, Cashen, Mills,
l'Annuals will be distributed today l "
This is the announcement for which subscribers to l-lootbeats have been waiting all year long.
This is the call which brings to an end a year ol happy work on this record of the year's activities.
This is the day when the editors of l-loolbeats may be justly proud of their work on this, our first
Editor: Loren Treadaway.
Business Manager: Jim Eikner.
Associate Editors: lrene Cashen, Julia Paslay, Margaret Taylor, Suzanne Davies, Martha Tway.
Assistants: Zoe Ann Bailey, Kathryn Grimminger, lone Mauzey, Jean McRae, Barbara Patter-
son, Phyllis Peterson, Margaret Redmon, Toby Vaught, Barbara Shea, Paquita Dudley, Phil Greg-
ory, Margaret Hetherington.
Photographer: Phyllis Dewey, Assistants: Martha Mills, Mary Sullivan, Yvonne Copeland, Bill
Art Work: Tom Silverthorne.
Advertising: Bill Wood, Bob Ollerton, Albert Schnorr, Dick Johnson, Doris McLellan, Mary
Lou McLellan, Stanley Kisseberth, Helen Tovrea, Pat Sissons, Lawrence Jensen and Clyde Calvin.
Left to right:
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"TIGER HOUSE" CAST
First row: Powers, Mathis, Miller
Mote. Second row: Moore
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4 ' First row: Jones, Overstreet, Meeks
Rawlins, McLellan, Miller, Sulli-
i van. Second row: Allen, Frankel
ler, Johnson, Wood, Mockler
Purcell, Eikner, Mote, Olsen.
The first big dramatic event of the year at North Phoenix High School was "Tiger House", a
mystery play produced by the Junior and Senior classes and directed by Miss Ruth Mathis.
Students participating were Jessica Miller as Erma Lowry, Mary Alice Moore as Aunt Sophia,
lone Mauzey as the mystery woman, Marjorie Mathis as Peggy Van Ess, Ted Mote as Yami, Jim
Eikner as Arthur Hale, Clarence Bailey as Macintosh, Douglas Carr as Thompson, De Ette Powers
as Mrs. Murdock, and Frank Black as Oswald Kerins.
The second outstanding event of the year was "Rhythm Roundup", a student body production
under the direction of Miss Ruth Mathis with a supporting staff of Miss Eott, Miss Wilkinson, Miss
Howatt, Mr. Oliver and Mr. Boyer. The cast included Howard Purcell as Uncle Charlie, Jessica
Miller as Aunt Mae, Jack Mockler as Slim, Clay Kaigler as Curley, Ted Mote as Hank, Melvin
Olsen as Looie, Dick Johnson as Pete, Bill Wood as Gramps, Doris Allen as Mrs. Obridge, Doris
McClellan as Widow Smythe, Margaret Jones as Abigail Cullen, Betty Jean Overstreet as Mary
Lou, Jean Murless as Hattie, Mary Sullivan as Susie, lone 'Mauzey as Mrs. Jones, Bob Caldwell as
Bobby, Mary Frankel as Betty, Marjorie Mathis as Mickey, Collen Rawlins as Priscilla, and Betty
Clouthier as Granny.
Clouthier, Mathis, Mauzey, Kaig-
ll b First row: Marilyn Burgess, Betty Jean Alldredge, Martha Tway, Mrs, Rhodes
Second Row: David Woolstencraft, Leslie Hendryx, Hal Glotlelter.
The Debating Club was organized by Mr. Walter Maxwell primarily to
give those interested in debating a chance to exercise their talents, but it has
also granted North High the opportunity to enter interscholastic debates and
Although most ot the joiners were freshmen, they made an immediate
debut in various discussions broadcast over the public address system.
Already well started at the end ot the tirst semester, the club was taken
over by Mrs. Rhodes on the departure ot Mr. Maxwell.
They next met Phoenix Union High in a series of debates on the national
high school debate question, "Resolved: That the government should own and
operate the railroads."
This series was climaxed by the State Debate Tournament. North High
survived the tourament with a tie for second with Phoenix Union and Tucson,
while Bisbee came in tirst.
The able head of the art department is Miss
Frances Kapanlfe, who has directed the work
of the art students this year in producing sets
lor the "Rhythm Roundup" and the "Masque STAGE CREW
Of The Yellow Moon" in addition to posters First row: Howard Purcell, Jack Mockler, Dick Johnson.
advertising current civic and campus activities. Second FOWI CIQY Kdigleff Bill Beaton, MGX HUmPl'1feYf Bob
Ollerton, Bill Wood.
Musical assemblies, prominent parts in school
functions, such as the Rhythm Roundup, and the
Music Festival have featured the activities of the
Music Department of North Phoenix High under the
direction of Mr. John J. Boyer.
The Glee Club and Orchestra have presented
several radio programs and have entertained for
various local organizations.
THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUE
THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The Mustang Twirlers-in flashing red and blue,
led by Drum Major Eugene Pixley-have paraded
before the North High band in the Fiesta and Rodeo
parades and have added color to the basketball and
Providing plenty ot spirit, the school band help-
ed us learn the new songs which were written es-
pecially for us by Miss Stevens and Mr. Boyer.
First row: Grey Toy, L. T, Schutzer,
Second row: Miss Mitchell, Jean Nott,
Katherine Pace, Beatrice O'Hair, Bet-
ty Speakman, Rebecca Cla r d y,
Christine Nelson, Mary Jane Hut-
sell, Philip Gregory.
Third row: Helen Heard, Myrtle Chris-
tenson, Margaret Hetherington, Suz-
anne Davies, Cleo Hilvert, Marjorie
Lokey, Ethel Mae Gray, Mary Ellen
Fourth row: Gloria Wasielewski, Eu-
nice Akin, Florence Puntenney,Mary
Alice McBride, Sylvia Smith, Jean
Gibson, Frances Flynn.
CFourth year Latin Clubl
First row: Miss Mitchell, Minoru Tanita,
Frances Flemming, Martha Tway,
Polly Brandt, Mary Bannister, Merle
Second row: Paul Stough, Burke Nash
Jack Flinn, Jim Eikner, Ruby Hor-
wath, Josephine Gasperin.
Front row: Joyce Barrett, Diane Smith,
Mary Drake, June Brown, Ann
Thompson, Miss Pladlock.
Back row: Winitred Worrell, June Wlllfs,
Mary Faith Lane, Marjorie Parker,
Betty DeWitt, Winitred Lund, Alice
Front row: Faith Day, Helen Pat Melby,
Dayne Pinaire, Marjorie Fain, Dolo-
res Elaine Cox.
Back row: Ruth Pitrat, Lois Vincent,
Wilona Srnilhey, Lois Sanders, Miss
Sayre, Amy Lou Hanson, Gloria
First row. Bosernond Hall, La Rue But-
ler, Kathleen Greenhall, Pauline
Boetto, Colleen Smith, Flora France,
Sally Robinson, Dolores Titgen
Second row. Janet Edall, Mary Ellen
Troutinan, Jo Ellen Kamp.
Tliird row. Christine Strawn, Edith Rob-
ertzs, Beulah Boetto, Frances Farrow,
Katherine Pace, Margaret Rurilcle,
Myrtle Cliristenson, Buby Burrows,
Anita Mae l-lanes, Dorene Kester,
Ruth Gull, Celia l-laniiner, Gloria
Wa::1f.tlf-vugzlci, Mrs Flhodes
First row: Dora Lightfoot, Virginia Prin-
gle, Audrey Barber, Betty Lowry,
Dorothy Stark, Emily Benson, Helen
Pat Melby, Joyce Slagle, Betty Ells-
worth, Marguerite Blaauw. y
Second row: Eloise Davis, Genita
Clark, Josephine Kleinbauer, Joy
Coleman, Marjorie Fain, llaverne
Oliver, Betty Alldredge, Zolamae
Anderson, Helena .Fernstrom, Mary
Third row: Geraldine Canley, Jan Threl-
keld, Jean Jensen, Joy Edgar, Fey-
ona Blaauw, Bernice Barber, Pearl
Smith, Betty Moody.
First Row: Marvyn Payne, Alice Otto,
Joye McRae, Marjorie Manning,
Doris Fink, Georgia Meeks, Ruth
Gill, Jean McRae, Delbert Jones,
Second row: Walter Walker, Virginia
Kirklin, Lorraine Furrer, Margaret
Redmon, Anne Osborne, Frances
Fleming, Alberta Melcher, Frances
Third row: Lillian Otto, Jeane McQueen,
Jo Ellen Kamp, Dixie Lee Faires,
Winifred Lund, Theodocia Robert-
son, Jean McCulloch, Shirley Ge-
hom, Mrs. Robbins.
F. F. A.
First Row: Lee Dyer, Eddie Banchamp,
Calvin Nelson, Archer Seaver, Lamar
Wacker, Leonard Costanten, Harvey
Second Row: Nathan Painter, Dick
Stoops, Wallace Adams, Joe Mat-
hews, Tommy Gitfons, Dean Leed-
harn, Jack Reid, James Devine, Ro-
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First row: Greer, Williamson, Stiles,
Gray, Judd, Galbraith, Ashby,
Second rowi McComb, Larson, Holt,
Finch, Turner, Mockler, Sawyer,
First Bow: Martha Jones, Eleanor Set-
ter, Janie l-lelm, Bheata Johnson,
Second row: Jeane Barnum, Fred Soza.
Third row: Pete Grassman, Bill Green-
wood, Patricia Pollock, Jan McDon-
ald, Beth Jacobs, Ann Peterson.
First Bow: George Price, lrene Casheri
Dorothy Stark, Winilred Worrell, Mr.
Second Bow: Phyllis Dewey, Tom Saw-
yer, William Wallace, Gloria Wasie
lewslci, Myrtle Mae Christensen.
0. S. T. Club
First row: Bay Reed, Joe Frank, Jim-
Second row: Steve Adams, Bob French,
Beverly Hart, Oscar Deustch.
Third row: Boots Glotlelier, Rupert
Noble, Hal Glotfelter, John Barrett,
First Row: Virginia Kirline, Ruth Pitrat,
Dorothy Hood, Mabel Stewart, Doro-
thy Heath, Dorene Hester.
Second Row: William Wallace, Patricia
Hill, Georgia Meeks, Janet Udall,
Nadine Miller, Richard Newmark.
Third row: Herbert Smith, Boots Glot-
ielter, Billy Rudd, Merrill Dean, Rus-
sell Potts, Tom Sawyer.
First row: Barbara Burrall, Sally Heath,
Eleanor Setter, Marge Moore, Bill
Second Row: Della Asbury, Charles
Conner, Barbara Shea, Elizabeth Ely,
Miss Wiley, Lillian Childers.
Third Row: Masao Tsutsumida, Robert
Frye, Merrill Dean, Lional Vidrene,
Kenneth Voyles, Jack McManus.
First Row: Stretton Smith, Frank Black
Second row: Dorothy Freethy, Marvel
Swader, Pat Sissons, Barbara Baker,
Miss Rupp, Margherite Blaauw.
Third row: Barbara Ziegler, Betty Brok-
lcen, Mary Bannister, Winnifred
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Second row Coach Caldwell Caldwell, Shahan, Williams, J. Powell, Beeman, Golightly,
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Third row Young Ridgeway Shipley, Barrett, Simpson, Overton, Eikner, Lambie, Northen,
North Phoenix' first year of football competition may not go
down on the record as particularly impressive, but the 1939
Mustang grid-ironers will long be remembered for their fighting
spirit against heavy odds.
With only a handful of experienced players, and a large,
enthusiastic but very green squad, Coach Rollie Caldwell faced
a schedule of tough teams, all away from home.
The season opener against Buckeye showed up the main
defect of the Mustang pigskin machine-inexperience. After
leading at the half, the local lads defense crumbled and the
Hawks Won, 24 to 6. Glendale took the next game 35 to U.
Before a large home crowd, at P. U. l-l. S. Stadium field, the
Mustangs grabbed their sole win of the season from Casa
Grande, l9 to l3. Travelling next to Bisbee, they were defeated
39 to 12. Peoria next upset the local team, 18 to 13. The season
closed with a rough game from which Tempe emerged victorious,
34 to U.
FIRST TEAM-First row: Mote, Merrill, Pickrell, Droge, Johns, Lambie, Larson.
Second row: Coach Caldwell, Thurman, Gray, Sims, Fabricant, Greer, Bogard, Galbraith, and Lindsey, Manager.
December 15 Tolleson
December l6 Benson
December 22 P. U. H. S.
January 6 Wickerxburg
January ll Yuma
January l3 Tucson
February l0 P. U. H. S.
ln the West Central District Tournament, Feb. 1447, the Mustangs were defeated by Glendale, 45-25, in the
iirst round, and lost to Tolleson, 40-37, in the consolation.
The North Phoenix High second
team came through with a good
seasons record, winning twelve
games in a touglf schedule. They
defeated Madison Grammar and the
Stapley Bombers and the following
second teams: Globe, Wickenburg,
Miami, Indian School, Peoria, Buck-
eye, Litchfield, Tempe, Glendale and
SECOND TEAM: First Row: Bloodworth, Natziger, Mote, Moreno, Moore, Downing, Null, Bingley
Second row: Lindsey, Mclndoo, Shipley, Fagan, Hammontree, Ridgeway, Coach Van Hoorebeke
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First row: Bludworth, Ruggles, Adams, Powell, Martins, Sirris, Mote, Ringley, Coach Caldwell.
Second row: Miller, Brookshire, Merrill, McComb, Swift, Fabricant, Bogard, Comon, Hammontree, Johns.
A squad of hopefuls took to
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sward to make a showing for
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Back Row: Miss Wilkinson, Kathryn Grimminger, Zoe Ann Bailey, Lois Curry.
North Highs racketeers of tennis won their share of matches played with the stronger
tennis-playing schools of Arizona. Among the teams played in home-and- home arrange-
ments Were P.U.H.S., Miami, Mesa, Tempe, Yuma, and Tucson.
Front row: Howard Purcell, Andy Tolleson.
Back row: Mr. Cary, Germain Ball, Jerry Foster, Dick Carpenter, Allen Creighton
First row: Greenhaw, Baurs, Smith, Pringle, Sanderson, France, Overton, Harmon, Smith, Johns, Waldon, Speropulos
Second row: Carpenter, D. Brown, B. Johns, Close, Griswold, Lester, Cox, Kiger, Kindrick, Donald.
Third row: Waldon, Donnell, Allen, Edgar, Burgess, Rawlins, Franklin, Annon.
Fourth row: Bailey, Curry, Grimminger, Null, Campbell, Doran, Kamp, Hammer, Horwath.
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The North High Girls' Physical Education department is directed by Miss Catherine Wilkin-
son and Miss Mary Eoff. The duties of the department is to see that every girl has an oppor-
tunity to participate in the activities offered. The teachers try to impress on the minds of the
girls fairplay and good sportsmanship. Here, also, the girls learn agility and all the rules of
Participation in after-school sports is offered to girls by the Girls' Athletic Association,
which is sponsored by Miss Eoff. The girls are eligible to join the G. A. A, when they par-
ticipate in after-school sports.
In the tennis division the inexperienced girls tennis team has showed a fair season for l
their first matches. Some of the teams played were Yuma and Tucson high schools, and
the Varsity of the Tempe Teachers College. Among the smaller schools played were Tempe,
Mesa, and Miami. l Miss Catherine Wilkinson coached the girls. ,
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Standing-Jane Walsh, Paula Reeve, Gwenavere Gibson, Jones, Jane
Turbeville, Betsy Butler and Marjorie Fain.
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North Phoenix High School
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