San Marino Hall School - Marinor Yearbook (South Pasadena, CA)
- Class of 1953
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Show on Earth
In creating an Annual our first
thought is of you. The desire this year
is for something different and with a
light and musical air.
In music as well as in our life at San
Marino Hall there is harmony.
That is our most distinct reason for
choosing music as our theme.
We'lI Never Forget You
Mr. and lVlrs. Ralph A. Clark
ln l926 San Marino l-lall was founded by Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph A. Clark.
Their aims were to teach girls to develop their
own personalities, to achieve charm, and understand-
ing of lite.
Their understanding and sincerity have made
each one at us want to continue their dream. They
will never be forgotten in the hearts ot as all.
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Their cheerful friendliness endeors them to us oll.
Mrs. Mildred Reid, Mrs. Reba Rickert.
We ore grateful to Miss Brown who
hos helped moke our school run so
smoothly. Her quiet ond efficient woy
is on exomple for eoch of us.
Have You Heard?
You'll Always B Part of Ll
Mrs. Beatrice Clark
The Annual Staff of i953 wish to express our gratitude
to you, Mrs, Wright, Your interest in each girl as an indi-
vidual, has formed a lasting impression.
We will never forget the many times you have en-
couraged us to strive tor higher and better things,
We cannot begin to express fully our a
We owe Q great deal to our Teachers who have fought Us more 'rhon textooolx Known
edge. They have tried to troin us in self expression and free thinking.
All ight Long
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We wish to express our deep appreciation to our housernathers for their patience and
auidance which has been an invaluable aid to us allg we will never target them.
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Gvoce wie rs, J. C H
This year the annual staff chose to dedicate the
Marinor to one at our finest teachers. She has done
so very much for us all in the classroom and in the
extracurricular activities as well. She is a truly fine
person, and through this dedication we hope to show
our deep appreciation to Mrs. Sayler.
A fool hath no delight in understanding, but that his heort moy
For I know thot the Lord is greot, ond thot our Lord is obove
For the Lord knoweth the woy of the righteous: but the way of the
ungodly sholl perish.
Charlotte La Belle
Were Big Girls Now
Charlotte La Belle
Offices held w ie school: Treo
Year entered: l95l
Offices held while i
President, Editor 0
Year entered: l952
nomo' ' l: Treasurer of GAA.
Offices held while in schoo
surer of Sorority, Secretary o
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Pet Peeve-Sheryle Williams
Song-Why Don't You
Charlotte La Belle:
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Noted for saying-Give
Song-Your Cheatin' Heart
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We, the senior closs of l953, being ot sound mind, hereby
bequeoth to those who must ccarry on without us, these most cher-
Emmo Recuero: Leoves her long block hoir to Lou Munseyg ond
her obility to cotch bosebolls to Goyle Clorke.
Glendo King: Leoves her obility to go steody with tour guys ond
be engoged to one ot the some time to Pot Morgon her going
bomb of o cor to Sheryle Williomsg ond her sout ern drowl
to Dee Honlik, ond whot's left over to Lou Munsey.
Chorlotte Lo Belle: Leoves her Doy Student doys to Dot Collingsg
ond her Senior problems to Lynn Punches.
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Betty Swon, Shirley Scott, Dorothy Collings
Sweet and Lovely 3,
Patricia Carr, Judy Reed, Carole Haffner, Patricia Campbell, Gayle Clark, Mary Lou Murisey, Carole Sheley, San
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Audrey Punclwes, Sharon Macdonald, Denise Havlik, Margo Metzger,
Florence Gajdos, Magdalena De Cordova, Patricia Crosson, Sheryle
Williams, Patricia Morgan, Madeleine White.
Pack of Wild Horses
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Q Michele Morgan
Mary Lou Brown
Qoy Armstrong, Jonice Wilson, Nancy Belcher, Lindo Boumgordner, Roberto Kirksey, Doncirose Corlis, Betty Co
sine, Evelyn Borwick, Morgorie Polmer.
Wonder Where lVl Baby's Gone
First Row: Dona Butler, Melody Mills, Robin Morris, Janet White, Joyce Baum, Karen
Horton-Billard, Vicki Smith,
Second Row: Lois McCoy, Linda La Fayette, Sally Felt, Claudia Hubbart, Sylvia Byrd,
Carole Wirth, Sharla Wilson, Marlene Demberger, Linda Loiselle, Patricia Doyle, Lois Lar-
son, Maria Campanella.
Third Row: Eda Rossi, Sandra Strickland, Linda Johnson, Molly Milliron, Susan Marks,
Shirley Mark, Janice Hefley.
4th 5th 6th Grade
Ist 2nd 3rd Grade Christine Stokes, Katrina Knolder, Norma Hefley, Marlene Demburger, Susan Britton, Marietta Kroeger,
Susan Holmquist, Wendy Waterhouse, Anne Turrell, Linda Sue Barrett, Jay Elan Morris, Marsha Milliron,
Suzanne Bird, Mary Lou Cope, Cinthia Cope, Kathleen Lynch, Diane Lynch, Jill Garrie, Lynn Dilley, Dor-
othy Palrner, Lynn Crosby, Lesie Page, Cynthia Pierce, Joella Gerstmeyer, Barbara Beatty, Claudia Cardin,
Jo Ann Jarnecke, Lucille Laudonia, Sharon Unrau, Wendy Doutrick, Sharon Frick, Rita Kendall, Donna
Jones Middleton, Marjorie Zuber, Jeannie Gesteland, Cheryle Richmond, Valerie Hunt, Sharon Vitzke,
Judy Marks, Sandra Cartwright, Suzanne Johnson, Stephanie Carter, Sharyn Li Downend, Bethany Byrd,
Sharon Gabriel, Susan Taylor, Lynn Ladd.
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Thinking of You
This year's Annual Staff has been "Thinking of You." From September, when it was just a
dream, to May, when it went to press, we have been doing just that. When, at last, our green
and silver year books are ready tor the girls, we will realize our dreams. lt has been our aim to
reproduce the easy and informal life here at San Marino Hall, and hope you will enjoy the l953
Glenda King .
Emma Recuero .
Charlotte La Belle
. Assistant Editor
. Business Manager
. . . . Reporter
. Photography Editor
Side by Side
Glenda King President
Dorothy Collings Vice-President
Sharon Macdonald Secretary
Patricia Crosson Treasurer
Patricia Campbell Sorority President
Gayle Clarke GAA President
"The school is no better than its leaders." For this reason the girls elect
their own student government. Each Council member must set an example for
the other girls. She must have a high scholastic standing and be dependable.
Mary Lou Munsey
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The Dromo Club consists of High School, Junior I-ligh, ond elementory.
students who ore interested in dromotics. This club hos presented mony en-
These girls goin troining in self-control ond poise under the oble leod-
ership of Miss Gilmore.
I Played the Fool
One of the most interesting groups is our Glee Club. Here the girls leorn
to blend their voices ond hove provided rnony rnusicol hours.
Zing a Little Song
The purpose this year ot Tri Alpha was to prepare the girls for greater
things to come.
A few at the activities were Christmas donations to the California Babies
and Children's Hospital and several very enjoyable dances.
Crazy They Call Me
It's All in the Game
The objective of the GAA. is to develop good sportsmanship ond coop-
erotion. This yeor we nove undertaken o point system to stimulate the desire
Horseback riding is en-
joyed every other Soturdoy
by the Junior ond' Senior
A prize in the Gymkho-
no wos the gool of eoch of
We'll Make Cowgirls Out of You Yet
First Row: Lindo Bourngordner, Koy Armstrong, Judy Reed, Corole Wirth.
Second Row: Glendo King, Carolyn Jones, Corole Hoffner, Dorothy Collings.
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The most exclusive orgonizotion here ot Son Marino Hcill is the Honor
Society. To belong to this group o girl must hove on A in two major subjects
ond no grode below o B.
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MR. AND MRS. MORRIS
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CLASS OF '53
To my little Dorling
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Mr. Jock Lo Belle
CLEANERS AND DYERS
544 South Arroyo Porkwoy
for better shoes
27 East Main Street
24-Hour Emergency Service
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SEWING MACHINE CO.
22 East Main Street
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325 West Main Street
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Plumbing and Heating Contractors
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Fully Equipped Trucks
I828 West Main Street
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Typewriters and Adding Machines
238 West Main Street
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Painting and Decorating
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Plumbing ond Repairing
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