Stockton High School - Guard and Tackle Yearbook (Stockton, CA)

 - Class of 1933

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WQEQ4.Y-,-1--'-'-bfkifii'-iw?-H-Jifiaif--. - ,Q 6 X . Iiilillillllil , IOB LEAPING AND FLASHING FROM MORN TILL NIGHT" Norvul CHI SENHUR MEMURIIES QAVE b Tublisloed by the February and june Qmduating Claire: q' Stockton High School QJQ MAXINE Hzms, Edizor NORVAL GILL, Art Editor exa STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA 11955 And Made Old Knowledge Tale 73q0re the New Whose Sfboo! Hourf Are All Days and Mgbly of Our Fxiftence The Very Shadows Seemed I0 Liyzen DOOR OF NFW BUILDING Galen Port rf -A .gf -1 iz H1 V L. SUI All Nature if Biff Ar! UTI,67Z01L'7l to 'Thee' Whoje R005 Fartlaik Centre 'Tourlvg Wfawe Headx, the Sky IN MEMUIQIAM IBEIDT FELSCH JOHN DAIJLSON FIDANIY GOING! BILL GDEGSON FACULTY W. FRED ELLIS ........... ................................................ P rincipal ALICE MCINNES ............ ................. V ice-Principal, Dean of Girls LAURENCE N. PEASE ........ v......... V ice-Principal, Head of Commercial JAMES C. CAVE ............. ........................................... D can of Boys ASA L. CAULKINS ........ .............. ............................... R e gisttar MILDRED SMITH ..... ......... L ibrarian HOMER S. TOMS ........ ........................................................... .......... S tu dy Hall ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Ovena Larson Head Nancy Berry Mary G. Bloom Lillian Williams Head Elizabeth Anderson Wesley G. Young Head Bettie May Boswell john S. Reed Head Henry A. Bradley J. C. Corbett Head of Playfirf Asa L. Caulkins Esther Butters Elizabeth M. Humbargar Ida C. Green Anne L. Harris Adelle Howell Ben H. Lewis Lucy E. Osborn' Georgia B. Smith LANGUAGES Olympia Binsacca Mariana T. Crescenzi Ellen F. De Ruchie SOCIAL Veva L. Brown J. William Kerr Laura M. Kingsbury Gabrielle M. Heggie Ralph C. Hofmeister Gladys Lukes SCIENCE John S. Landrum Elinor Malic MATHEMATICS Edith L. Chidester Lucia N. Keniston Marguerite E. Hubbell Rachel P. Keniston Catherine V. Humbargar SCIENCES . Harry j. Snook Head of Biology Mrs. Helen S. Abbott Head of ClJemim'y, General Srienre Arthur W. Everett Emma F. Hawkins Sanford Sweet L. Lucile Turner Carrie D. Wright Pearl Sifford Adeline A. Selna Louis J. Vannuccini Edna B. Rinset Walter R. Rogers Mary E. McGlothlin Benjamin L. Welker Mrs. Myrtle O. Kerr Anna Lowrey Ralph S. Raven DRAWING Mrs. Elizabeth M. Olsoii Howard G. Bissell Martha Chess Amy A. Pahl Head ,-v '- H MUSIC Frank Thornton Smith, Vocal Virginia L. Short, Instrumental Twelve L. N. Pease Head Louise T. Baer Elizabeth Carden John H. Carmichael Winifred Lovejoy Head Constance Post Head Grace U. Bliss Head of Girlr' Harry B. Lenz COMMERCIAL Vera Cobb Cass Mrs. Gertrude Heald Lucy E. Crosby Harry Hibbard Mrs. Alma G. Decker jean Humphreys Lilien D. Eberhard Marjorie E. Pease George W. Freeman COMMERCIAL ENGLISH Anne Pauline Abright Alice Mclnnes Laura Briggs HOME ECONOMICS Ada E. Alexander Marilla Dunning PHYSICAL Helen T. Gardner P. E. Alida Israel J. C. Cave Head of Boy! P. E. Howard F. Evans Floyd R. Love Head Edwin D. Comer john H. Harrison Grace G. Fowler Stella johnson EDUCATION Frances Sheltman Wallace L. McKay VOCATIONAL Ralph E. Herring James Arthur Smith Charles H. Libhart Maurice D. Taylor Edwin L. Pister Evelyn E. Taylor Alan Porter A. R. Reelhorn Harold L. Turpin Bernardine Ungersma Bert I. Van Gilder Mrs. Anne Vollmar Zelia M. Barnett Helen B. Stone Fred F. Solomon Ira Van Vlear Charles Williams I. Mitchell Lewis Tlmfteen Na W? MAWTHA .CHESS 7 - . JUNE i-iisiroiitfr QXVE l X. X . ,A A HORN! SILVUNAN LMLRY LINDBERG SQIQLLY JONES UIISQUQNT VICE-PRESIUEHT SECTY.'TRLS . " UST four years ago 484 green, wiggly little IJ creatures were admitted into the portals of E Tl Stockton High School. They were so fresh and energetic that they soon exhausted the supply of "gym books" and elevator tickets, .Lv ' and it is said that they actually broke the elevator until it can be used only twice a year- around the first of February and the first of Sep- tember. After breaking this "contraption" and straining their already vivid imaginations with mythological pursuits, they launched themselves upon the giddy bark, "Sophomorism." This final year of lower classmanship was somehow endured, and in '31 they received the more settled title of "juniors", Here is where they began to branch out into politics, drama, journalism, and athletics. Claire Wehrsted distinguished herself in tennis, Geraldine Patton was elected vice-president of the regional Honor Scholarship convention which met here in Aprilg Herschel Thompson, Maxine Haas, and Attelra Hanford were definitely headed toward journalistic careers, joan Robinson became one of the famed Troubadoursg and Merlanne Gardner dis- tinguished herself in the literary field by winning both the I-Iaggin Memorial poetry contest and Stock- ton High's annual prose and poetry contest. In no time at all these juniors developed the "charming" characteristics of "high'n' mighty" sen- iors .... and then the fun began. After the Febru- ary graduates had emerged victorious from the arena, one of the members of the remaining body of cou- testants fotherwise known as June graduatesj began her reign over the Associated Students of Stockton High School. This student, Geraldine Patton, will always be remembered as the first girl student body president in the history of Stockton High School. She was ably assisted by that tiny little person, Nina O'Nei1l, who acted as vice-president. Not many of this class will forget that last election in which they participated. Rules were thrown out the back door fwherever that isj, and posters and place-cards were tacked, nailed, and hung in every conceivable place on the campus and in the buildings. Alvin Learned in the music department will be remembered as the brilliant young lad who composed "The Walrus and the Carpenter," which was pre- sented at the annual band and orchestra concert, this was incidentally the first student composition pre- Fourleen sented in the history of these concerts. Lawrence Short, that almost master of the violin, and Robert McCormick, the trumpet player, upheld the high standard of work in the music department. The 1933 Troubadours, Beth Little, Mildred Harrison, Beck Parsons, Roy Godfrey, Nina O'Neill, joan Robinson, Marion Maynard, Harmon Ginn, and James Lewis, formed one of Stockton High's busiest organizations, and contributed not a little to the school's music fame. Bill Carder was another up-and-coming lad- besides being active in print shop work, he was also president of the vocational boys' cabinet, This class displayed their dramatic ability in both senior plays of the year. In the "Sky Train" Paul McCarthy and Joan Robinson contributed their bit, and the cast of "Stray Cats" was entirely composed of graduating seniors. Paul McCarthy and Bonnie Finkbohner had the leads in this production, sup- ported by Mae Kiehn, John England, La Verne Christensen, Mamie McGlothen, Walt Cottle, Morris Silverman, and William Santor. Those budding young journalists of the year be- fore now budded out-with Herschel Thompson, editor of the Guard and Tackle, assisted by Attelra Hanford, associate edirorg Maxine Haas, Memory Book editor, j. N. Ponder, sport editor, and jack Early, business manager. In the literary field Merlanne Gardner and jeanne Smith found an outlet for their talents. Merlanne was the class poet, and Jeanne took first place in both the essay and prose divisions of the annual prose and poetry contest with her essay, "My Favorite Car". Ethel Best lent her Terpsichorean ability to many of the school meetings, both musical programs and rallies. Song leaders for these rallies were Evelyn Seliner and Martha Hachman. Barbara Minturn and Bernyce Dervin, inseparable campus queens, contri- buted to the success of the Junior-Senior Prom of the February class. Class Day exercises were presided over by Morris Silverman, class presidentg and Emery Lindberg, vice- president. Following the banquet and commence- ment exercises, this class of 372 students sadly left the portals of Stockton High. Some will return in the fall as post graduates, others will go on to college, and still others will enter the business world. Their four years here flew quickly by, but their days spent here will not soon be forgotten. FEBRUARY HIISTURY QJVE Ga! X69 T wasa cold, bleak February day in the year fc A of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Nine, Q, that the proverbial stork deposited on the doorstep of Stockton High two hundred and 3 ninety-nine frightened little particles, which "1 " were immediately tagged "Freshmen," They may have been little, but oh my! They did things and made the school hum with their activity. After a year of delving into the mysteries of "X:the un- known", proper grammar, re-learning that Colum- bus discovered America, and other important facts, this noble group of greenies finished the year with flying colors. Immediately they were affected with that serious malady, the "sophomore big-head." Luckily they recovered from this ailment, and soon they became intelligent and diligent juniors. And then the smoke began to whirl. It was during this year that the separate members of the class started on the road to fame by distinguishing themselves in the various lields open to them. Walter "Ding Dong" Huber won for himself the place of head yell leader, and could he lead 'emi Johnny Predagne and Jack Rohrer broke into fame on the gridiron running around with the ball. In the realm of music Lauren West and Catherine Mullen took care of the cellosg Elmyron Cooper, in view of the "Rhumba on the Tuba," be- came an expert on this very modern instrument, and as a singer to go with the rest of these, "Ding Dong" is again heard from. It was also about this time that a very stupendous newswriting class edited their very own issue of the paper under the leadership of Jack McFarland, who was assisted by Douglas Nelson, Dorothy Walker, and Fred Emerald. So it was up to them to take over the G. 8: T. the next year. Galen Potter gained national recognition in the field of art, winning first place in block prints. In dramat- ics, Jean Rossi, Jeanette Stamer, James Wootten, and Douglas Nelson made their debut. Distinguished as scholars were Elsie Johnston, Carolyn Brock, and Mary Chesi. After getting into everything that was possible, this class finished as juniors and became mighty seniors. As February 1932 rolled around the 12B class started in to make their lasting impression on this school. They stepped into every department and took JDOUSLRS Dilorm' WALKER M815 VOOTTCN wmsmewv vice Pvzesmewr aecww:--rnes. over the reins of the school. In music Harriet Pulich, Alys Simmons, Elmyron Cooper, and Walt Huber were supreme. Galen Potter won more recognition as he presided over the art department. In the sports there were such names as Elmyron Cooper and Don- ald Root, track, Johnnie Predagne and Jack Rohrer, stars with the pig-skin, and Bill Daoust and David Du Frene took to base-ball. The plays continued to be led by Douglas Nelson, Jean Rossi, James Woot- ten, and Jeanette Stamer. The Guard and Tackle was raised to a high standard by the work of Jack McFarland, as editor, assisted by Douglas Nelson, Grover Bethards, Dorothy Walker, and as the up- and-coming "mb" there was Alden Brochier. Before they knew it, one half of the year for these seniors was over. In order to do things in a more parliamentary way, the last semester oliicers were elected by the class as follows: Douglas Nelson, president, Dorothy Walker, vice-president, and James Wootteifll, secretary-treasurer. These officers proved their ability by making every senior event a success, socially, and financially. Their activities started off with a "pep,' dance the day before the Lodi-Stockton game. Next came the very successful play, "The Sky Train", a three act mystery, as the senior play. In the cast were such notables as Juanita Browne, Jean Rossi, Jeanette Stamer, Joan Robinson, George Ditz, Paul McCarthy, Harrison Fisher, Ralph Walker, James Wootten, Douglas Nelson, Kenneth Byers, and Bill Morris. The Senior Jinx was execut- ed in the theme of "Amateur Nite", and was the best ten-cent program of the year. Then came the annual Senior Prom. It was this remarkable class that for the first time in history cleared money from this dance. Was that a feather in their cap! Then came the beginning of the end. Class Day. This year it wasdedicated to the Ships of Port Stockton, and Dorothy Walker presided. A tradition was broken that dayi Commencement was held for 120 graduates on the 2nd of February, with Jack McFarland as student speaker. Soon there was nothing left for the class to do but bid farewell to the familiar halls of the school and always cherish the memory of their high school days, not soon will the faculty forget the work done by this class. Fifteen RAYMOND AH TYE-Academic, 25 Semesters Honor Schol- arship, Pres. Chinese Club '32g Circle "S" Track, Re- porter and Cartoonist on Weekly '32, Prize in Robert Tittle McKee Art Contest BERTHA M. AKIMOTO-Academicg Gold Seal, 5 Semesters Honor Scholarship, Pres. japanese Club '52, '533 Girls' League Program Committee CLARENCE ALDERS JR.-Commercial, 4 Letters Basketball GLADYS VIRGINIA ALTREE-Commercialg 2 Class Numerals NATALIE AMANN-Academic GEORGE EDWARD AMARAL-Vocational ELEANOR ANDERSON-Academic MARY ANN ARBANASIN-Commercial, Class Numerals EDITH ARDLEY-Academic, Circle and Class Numeralsg Circle S. ANICETO BALLESTRA-Academicg Pres. Filipino Club '32, Vice.-Pres. Filipino Club '33 ALBERT BALMA-Vocationalg Pres. Radio Club '32 CATHERINE BARKETT-'P3gC 34 LBLA MAY BARLEY-Academic, 1 Semester Honor Scholar- ship PALMYRA C. BAROSSO-Commercialg Class Numerals MARGARETTA BARRows-Academic, Pres. Tri-Y '32, At- tended Miami High, Oklahoma '29, '30 ELIZABETH BARTLETT-Academic. ALFRED BAVA-Commercial MARGUERITE P. BECART-Commercial, Class Numerals. ETHEL BEST-Academic, Christmas Play '31g Danced in "Hiawatha" ARCHIE BE'rTs-Academic, Attended Oakland High lk years BERNARD GILBERT BIALKIN-Academic, Rally Committee .51 JOSEPH BIANCHINI-Vocational WILLIAM D. BLACKEIELD-Academicg Publicity Manager Sports '32, '33, Student Control '32, Rally Committee '32 '33 PEER BLADH-Commercial ALEX BLOATHNER-Vocational, 2 Semesters Honor Scholar- ship ESTHER Boccou-Academic, Medal in Italian, Attended Polytechnic High School '29, '30 HENRY LESTER Bosct-t-Academic, Circle S Basketball BETTE BRADLEY-Academic, 5 Semesters Honor Scholar- ship BERNARD A. BROADDUS-Academic, Rally Committee '32, '33, Band '30g Attended Moran Prep. '31. VIOLET BRODEHL-Academicg Attended Lodi High '29 HELEN B. BROKER-Academic ALICE M. BRooKtNG-Academic, 1 Semester Honor Scholar- ship, Attended Boise High, Idaho, 1 Year, Attended Vancouver High, Washington, 2 Years MARGARET BROOKS-Academic, Sec.-Treas. Liberatus Club '32, 2nd Prize Poetry '32g Student Control '32, '33 ART1tttR BROWN-Academicg Latin Awards '31, '32 DOROTHY BROWN-Academic HELEN BROWN - Academic, Attended Great Falls High School, Montana, '29-'30, '30-'31 JESSIE TUNNELLE BROWN-Academicg Gold Seal, 7 Sem- esters Honor Scholarship, Sec. Honor Scholarship So- ciety '32 LILLIAN B. BUCKNER - Academic, Attended Alhambra Union High, Martinez, '29-'3lg Attended Biggs Union High, Biggs, '31-'32 EVA M. BUDISELICH-Commetcialg Class Numerals MARGARET GERTRUDE CALLAHAN-Commercialg Circle and Class Numerals LAURA JEAN CAMERA-Commercial, Circle and Class Num- erals AUDREY CAMICIA-Academic, Class and Circle Numerals, Circle S, Old English "S" NEVILLE CAMICIA-Academic, G. A. A. Awards GEORGE N. CANLts-Academic, 2nd Vice-Pres. Student Body '32-Sgt. Arms German Clubg Treas. Block "S" '32, 2 Block "S" in Footballg Reporter on Weekly '32, Student Control '30, '31, '32 Seventeen Y-fi' . I l 'l I I l l I F I Eighfeen WILLIAM Z. CARDER-Vocationalg Pres. Vocational Boys Cabinetg Circle "S" '29, '30g Band '29g Member Senior Ring Committeeg Class Day Com.g Senior Garb Com. PEARL CARRUEsco-Commercialg Circle and Class Num- erals ALICE E. CAsE-Commercialg Class Numeralsg Attended Modesto High '29 AILEEN REBECCA CHAMBERLAIN-Academicg Old English "S," Silver Emblemg Attended Orosi High '29 RUTH CHAPMAN-Academic THEOLA CHAPMAN-Academicg Class Numerals and Circle S ROBERT JOHN CHARLES JR.'AC3dCmiCQ Vice-Pres. Torch Club '29g Treas. Hi-Y '33g Band '31-'32 FLORENCE CHoI-Academicg 2 Semesters Honor Scholar- shipg Circle and Class Numerals HERMAN C. CHRIST-Academicg Attended Richmond High '31 LA VERNE CHRISTENSEN - Commercialg Senior Councilg Class Numerals and Old English S EDNA MAY CLARK-Academicg 5 Semesters Honor Scholar- ship RosE CLAY1AC8dCmiCQ Sec.-Treas. Italian Club '32g Class Numerals, Circle S, Old English S3 Cast of "Cent' Anni" ELINOR CLEGHORN-Academicg Attended Katherine Bran- son School '28-'30g Attended the Douglas School '30- '31 ELLEN ORENE CLoUD-Academic Marshheld High School, Missouri '29-jan. '32 FRANK A. COCHELLA-Academic CHARLES C. CODY-Vocational BETHEL COLLIS-Acaclemicg Attended Immaculate Concep- tion Academy, San Francisco '30-'31, '31-'32 VIRGINIA L. CONWELL-Commercialg Class Numerals BERTHA E. COOK-Commercial LEONARD COTTER-Vocationalg 2 Semesters Honor Scholar- shipg 3 Circle S's, 1 Block S Footballg Intertype Opera- torg Honor Scholarship Certificate for 2 Consecutive Semesters WALT COTTLE-Academicg Pres. Key Club '31-'33: Block S Swimmingg Business Manager "The Sky Train" BEDFORD Cox--Commercial JOHN CLIFFORD CRAIG-Acaclemicg Sec. Key Club '31-'32 ELLEN M. CREWDSON - Commercialg Attended Salinas Union High '29-'52 LELA MAY CROCKER-Commercialg Circle and Class Num- erals CLARENCE CROMER-Commercial EDITH ELIZABETH CRoss-Commercial MAR JORIE CULVER-Academic MARGARET PEARL CURTIS-Commercial IRVING DARK-Academic MELBA Lois DAv1s-Academicg Circle and Class Numerals ARTHUR DETTWEILER-Academic HELEN DE VOSS-Academicg Vice-Pres. '32 and Pres. Old English "S" Society '53g Circle and Class Numerals, Old English "S", Big White "S" ELOISE DE WHITT-Academicg 4 Semesters Honor Scholar- shipg Circle and Class Numerals, Circle S ALBERT DIETRICH-Vocational WILLIAM D1ETR1cH-Academicg Latin Prize '29 Boa D1ETz-Academic NINA WANDA DooLEY-Academicg Attended Placer Union High School Zw Yearsg Art Prizes at Calif. State Fair '29, '30 FERN DR1scoL-Academic EDWARD DUPONT-Academicg Menzies Medalg Band '30 WENDELL EARLEY-Commercial JACK EARLY-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Band '50, '51g Orchestra '32"53g Latin Prize '29g 2nd Pacific Coast Ad Writing Contest '33g Student Control '32-'33 Commissioner of Advertising '33 LYNN E. EBEL-Vocationalg Vice-Pres. Woodcrafters '33 CARROLL EICHENBERGER-Academicg Circle S Basketballg Band and Orchestra '29 Nineteen Twenty BILL EK'AC8d6l'l1iCQ Attended Auburn High Sept.-Nov. '32 MARY J. ENcINAs-Commercialg Block, Circle, and Class Numerals and Circle Sg Attended David Starr Jordan High School at Los Angeles '29 ELEANORE LUCILLE ENGDALL-Commercialg Class Num- erals JOHN H. ENGLAND - Academic, Attended Lake Charles School, Louisiana, lst Semester '29g Attended Lodi Union High '51-'32 EDWARD ERIcKsoN-Academicg Guard and Tackle Staff MARY ERRECART-Commercial ALBERTA ELEANOR EUGLEY-Academic SARA FARNSWORTI-I-Academic AURORA FILIPPINI-Commercial BONNIE FINKDOI-INER-Academicg Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Student Control '30-'52 HARRIETTE FISH-Academic SADIE FONG-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Student Control '52-'33 WILLIAM FORWARD-Academicg 2 Semesters Honor Scholar- arship fOaklandjg Circle S3 Attended Westlake Jr. High '29g and Technical High, Oakland, '30 JOHN K. FUJIMORI-Academicg 3 Semesters Honor Scholar- shipg Went to Sacramento with Chemistry Team '32 IRENE Fujnwtoro-Commercial Hmosm FUKUYAMA-Academic AMABEL MARYAN FUNK-Commercialg Garb Committeeg Class and Circle Numetals and Old English Sg Column Writer in Commercial Paper CLARA IRENE GARDEN-Academicg Sec.-Treas. Girls' League '55, Pres. Philophysean '32g Latin Prize '29 MERLANNR GARDNER-Academicg Gold Seal, 5 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Sec. Hobby Clubg Sec. German Clubg Pres. Honor Scholarship '33g Numeral and Circle S1 S. H. S. lst Prize and lst Prize in Haggin Memorial Museum Contest for Poem '32 VIRGINIA LILLIAN GARDNER-Academicg Circle, Class, and S Awards Lots MARIE GARIBALDI'AC8d6miC JANET GARVINE-Academicg Attended Tamalpais High 1 Quarter '29 THELMA GILGERT-Academic, 6 Semesters Honor Scholar- ship, Pres. Girls' League '32-'33: Treas. Tri-Y '333 Latin Prize '30, Student Control '32-'53 DONNA DEAN GILL-Academicg Attended Linden Union High '29 NORVAL L. GILL'-Academicg 4 Semesters Honor Scholar- shipg Pres. Honor Scholarship '32g Vice-Pres. Quill and Scroll '52, '33g Art Editor Weekly '32-'353 Art Editor Memory Bookg lst Prize Water Color, Haggin Mem- orial Contest '32 VAUDIS G1L1.EsPiE-Academic ROBERT G1LL1Es-Acadernicg Attended Beaver High, Utah, '29 JEWELL GILMORE-Commercial, 1 Semester Honor Scholar- shipg Student Control '35 CHARLES HARMON GINN-Academic, Troubadours '32g Ar- tended Escalon High 2 Years MARY GIORDANO-Commercialg Class Numerals RAY GOLDSMITH-Academicg Sgt.-at-Arms Ex-Service Club '33g Circle and Block S Football CATHERINE A. GORHAM-Academicg Attended Escalon High '29, '30 COLLEEN RUBY GOUGH - Academic, Custodian German Club '35g Principal in "Spinster Aunt," "Tr0ubadour King", and "Hansel and Gretel" JANET GRAY-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Orchestra '31-'35 MAXINE HAAS-Academicg Editor Senior Memory Bookg Sec. Quill and Scrollg Class Numeralsg News Editor, Reporterg String Quartette and Quintette, Orchestra '31-'33g Attended Santa Clara High '29 HARVEY HABEEB-Academic NIARTHA HACHMAN-Academic, Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Vice-Pres. Girls' League '53 BARBARA HACKETT-Academic ROBERT HALL-Academic MAXINE HAMM-Academic JEANNE E. HAMMEL-Academicg Sec. Camera Club '32, Class and Circle Numerals and Circle S ATTELRA WINIFRED HANFORD - Academicg Vice-Pres. Philophysean '51g G. and T. Exchange Editor '32, Associate Editor '33g Editor "Buds O' Blue" '32 WILLIAM R. HANsoN-Vocational MARY CATHERINE HARLAN-Commercialg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Sec.-Treas. Tri-Y Fall '52g Old English S Twenty-one i l Twenty-Iwo BILL HARP-Academicg Band '29-'33g Attended Los Banos 1 Semester '31 DOROTHY HARRINCTON-Academic WILMA HARRIS-Academicg Attended Tecumseh High, Ne- braska, 1 Year MILDRED HARRISON - Academicg Troubadours Fall '31- june '33 RICHARD HAWLEY-Academicg Sec. Hi-Y '52, Vice-Pres. ' '33 LUCILE HEFFREN'AC3dCmiCQ 1 Semester Honor Scholar- shipg Vice-Pres. Latin Club '32g Circle and Class Num- reals and Circle S ALICE PAULA HEGWER-Academicg Class Numeralg Orches- tra '31-'33g Attended Escalon High '30, '31 MONA BELLE HENCI-I - Academicg 4 Semesters Honor Scholarship Tracy Highg Attended Tracy High '29, '30g Student Control '29-'30 in Tracy High JAMES HENRY-Academic GERTRUDE E. HERBERT-Academic MARY HICKLIN-Academic GERALDINE HICKMAN-Commercialg Old English Sg Attend- ed Oakdale High '29g Student Control '33 LILLIAN M. HINTON - Commercialg 4 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Sec. Girls' League '32g Class Numeralg Member Merit Board '33g Ex. Committee Girls' League '29. '30 Lours HUBBARD - Academicg Block S in Trackg Band 2 Years BILL HUGHES-Academic MARGARET HUNTINGTON - Academicg 6 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Prize in Latin '29, '30 JESSIE TOMIKO ITO-Commercialg 1 Semester Honor Schol- arship LLOYD JAMES-Academicg Pres. Liberatus '32, '33 ALICE MAY JOHNSON-Academic Lois jo!-INsoN-Academicg Vice-Pres. Girls' Tennis Club '32g Sec. Playcrafters '335 Librarian "The Sky Train" '32 FLORENCE JOHNSTON-Academicg Sec. Tennis Club '31 SHIRLEY JONES-Academicg Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Sec. '33 Classg Pres. Spanish Club '32g Student Control '30, '32 ROEERT JOYCE-Commercialg Block S In Baseball SADIE KASHMAN - Commercialg Vice Pres. Commercial English Society '31 EVA KATBERG-Academic GLENN KEEEER-Academic ALBERT KELLY-Academic DOROTHY KENNEDY-Academic GEORGE KENYON-Academic RAY KETTLE-Commercial H. MAE KIEHN'AC3dCmiCQ Program Chairman Liberatus Club '32g Sec. Liberatus Club '32g Cast "Stray Cats" CHESTER KIRK-Academic GODFREY KNAPP-Academic ANNIE KUNII - Comemrcialg 2 Semesters Honor Schol- arship EVA LAGoR1o-Commercialg Class Numeral CAROLYN LANG-Commercialg Class Numeral EDWA LANGDON-Academicg Miss Ransom's School 3 Yrs. HELEN LANGDON-Academic ALVIN LEARNED-Academicg Pianist Troubadours '32g Band 1 Quarterg Orchestra ZW Years CLARA LEISERLNG-Commercialg Class Numeral EUNICE MARIE LEONARDINI-Academicg Class Numeralg Italian Night '32, '33, Medal in Italian INEz LESSIG-Commercialg Attended Madera High '30 ELBERT E. LEwis-Academicg Attended Selma High '31g Sanger High '32 JAMES LEWIS-Vocationalg 4 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Pres. Auto Club '33g Troubadours '30-'33 Twenty-ihree Ax l. i . I l 1 Tufenly-four MARIE V. LILLYBRIDGE-Commercialg Class Numeral, Cir- cle S STANLEY LIMBAUGH-Academic MARIAN LINABARY-Academic EMERY LINDBERG - Academicg 3 Semesters Honor Schol- arship BETH LITTLE-Academicg Troubadours '31-'33 ISAEEL LOW-Academicg 5 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Vice Pres. Chinese Club '32g Circle and Class Numeral, Circle Sg Student Control '33 JOHN LOWRY-Academicg 5 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Vice-Pres. Camera Club '32g Pres. Torch Club '29g Vice-Pres. Science Club '32g Latin Prize '30 STELLA LUJAN-Commercialg Class Numeral, Circle S GLADYS I. LUNDHOLM-Academic TORREY LYONS - Academicg First Custodian '3Og Pres. Camera Club '33g Block S Swimming '32 THELMA LYSTER - Academicg Class Numerals and Old English S WILLIAM H. MCBRIDE1AC8d6mlCQ Joke Editor G. and T. '32 ROSE MCCAFFREY-Academicg Attended Escalon High '28- '31 CLAIRE MCCALL-Academic PAUL MCCARTHY-Academicg Senior Public Address An- nouncer Alhambra High '32g Varsity Basketball and Track Alhambra High '52g Cast of "Sky Train" '32, "Stray Cats" '33g Attended Sacramento High '30g Alhambra High '31-'32 IRENE MCCLORY-Academic LOUELLA McCoMBs-Academicg Old English S JANE MCCURRY'AC3dEmlC MAMIE MCGLOTHEN-Academicg 4 Semesters Honor Schol- arshipg Cast of Senior Play, "Stray Cats" RAYMOND MCGURK Jn.-Academicg Attended St. Mary's '29g Student Control '33 ROBT. MCKILLICAN-Academic JERRY MACKEY-Academic NELLIE MAGNUSON-Academic HELEN MALLOY-Academicg Circle and Class Numeralsg Latin Prize '30 CATHERINE BELLE MARSTON-Academicg Circle and Class Numerals EDWARD MARTIN-Academicg Block S Foorballg Casr of "The Goose Hangs High" EUGENE MARTIN-Academic DICK S. MA'rsUI-Academic MARION GERTRUDE MATTHEWS-Academicg Sec. Tri-Y '55g Circle Numeral MARION MAYNARD-Academicg Troubadours '52-'53 DOROTHY MEANEY-Academic MARY MENTABERRY-Commercialg Old English Sg Sec. G. A. A. Ex.-Committee '32-'535 Student Control '32 ELIZABETH MEWBORN-Commercial CHARLES MILLER-Academic CORWIN MILLER-Academic BARBARA MINTURN-Academicg Old English S3 G. A. A. Ex. Committee '33 FRED MITCHELL-Academic MAY K. MITSUDA-Commercialg Circle Numeral ROSE MODDO-Commercial GEORGE MORAN-Academicg Track Block '32g Orchestra 1 Semesterg Lodi High '29, '30, '51 JOHN MoRE'r'rI-Academic INEz MORGAN-Academic MERLIN MORGAN-Academic C. WESLEY MoRRIs-Vocational Twemy-fue MILDRED MOSMAN-Commercial FLORENCE MULLINS-Academicg Attended Tracy High '30 FRANK L. NASH-Academicg Attended San jose High until Dec. '31g Student Control '33 PAUL NAssANo-Academic LOUISE NELsoN-Commercial JESSE NEWELL-Academic, Vice-Pres. Freshman Class at Calaveras Highg Attended Calaveras High '29 and '30 Doius NEWTON-Commercial, Class Numerals AMEDEO J. N1coRA-Commercialg 6 Semesters Honor Schol- arship, Pres. Italian Club '32-'33, Cast of "Cent' Anni" and "Tristi Amori," Gold Medal in Italian FRANK S. N1sH1oKA-Academic MAsAKo NITTA-Commercial JULIUS OLHAsso-Academicg Block S, Circle S AUDREY O'NEIL-Academic, Small and Large Old English Sg Troubadours Sept. '31 NINA O'NE1L-Academic, First Vice-Pres. Student Body '33, Troubadours Feb. '31-june '333 Cast of "They'll Do It Every Time"g Honorable Mention Shakespearian Contest '31, Head Student Control '33 ALLEN F. Orr-Vocational JOHN PANrzzA-Vocational, 2 Semesters Honor Scholar- ship, Captain Football Team '32, 3 Letters Football, 2 Trackg Student Control Sept. '32-june '33 VALEruo PAN1zzA-Vocationalg Letters Football KARL PARKER-Academicg Circle S MELviN L. PARKER-Vocational BECK PARSONS-Academic, Pres. Stockton jr. Tennis Club '32g 4 letters Basketballg 3 Letters Tennisg Class A Winner Menzies Award '333 Troubadours '31-'33g Band '31g Finalist Shakespearian Contest '31-'32 GERALDLNE PATTON-Academicg Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg First Vice-Pres. Fall, President Student Body '335 Sec. Honor Scholarship '32g Pres. Social Service '33g Vice-Pres. Northern Region Calif. Scholarship Federation, Student Control Fall '32 MARADEAN PEAsE-Academic EDA PELLEGRINI-Commercial, Class Nurnerals and Old English S NORMAN J. PENBERT1-:Y-Academic CLEM WILLIAM PHULPS -- Academicg Attended Balboa High S. F. '28g Folsom Union High '29-'32 J. N. PONDER-Academicg 2 Circle S in Footballg Sport Editor Weekly '32 ELSIE POWELL - Academicg Attended Davenport High, Iowa, 2M years. DELOY PRICE-Commercialg Band '31-'32g Attended Con- tinuation High '30-'31 ALLEGRINA PUCCINELLI-Commercialg Class Numerals and Circle S FRANK RABALLO-Commercial GENEVEVE RATTO1ACadCmiC JEANEVA READ-Academicg 3 Semesters Honor Scholatshipg Vice-Pres. Social Service '33g Attended Dominican Convent '29, St. Agnes '30 DOROTHY REELHORN-Academicg Gold Seal, 5 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Circle Numeralg 2nd Band '30g 2nd Orchestra Feb. '30-Feb. '32g lst Orchestra '32-'33 THOMAS REILLEY-Academicg Sec.-Treas. Guardsmen '333 Track Mgr. '30-'33g Block Sg Troubadours '33g Orches- tra '30 KENNETH REYNOLDS-Academic JACK RIBLE-Academicg Member Merit Board '333 Pres. Science Club '32-'33g Assistant Electrician "Sky Train"g Attended Galileo High Spring '30g Lincoln High, Port- land, Oregon, Fall '31 LOUELLA RITTER-Academicg 3 Semesters Honor Scholar- shipg Attended Manteca High '29g Santa Cruz High '30 1 Semester JOAN ROBINSON-Academicg Troubadours '30-'32g Cast of "The Sky Train" KENNETH ROLAND ROOT-Academic JEAN ROSENBERGER-Academicg 3 Semesters Honor Schol- arship ETTARE ROssELL1-Vocational JANET ROTHENBUSH-Academic CARLO ROVETTA-Academicg Pres. Torch Club '29g Vice- Pres HiY '32 Pres HiY '33 Attended Universit - ' Q - ' S Y High 'ao NORVIN P. RUESS-Academicg Freshman Football Manager '28 IDA MARIE SAINAGHI-Academicg Circle and Numeral Twenty-seven ' 5 , r ' Q t . ,f' ' r If fe-c 1' I Twenty-eight WILLIAM L. SAN'roR-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Schol- arshipg Pres. Latin Club '32g Head Electrician "Sky Train"g Latin Prize '305 Student Control '33 FLORENCE SATo-Academic ALMA SATTUI-Commercialg Class Numerals TULLIA SATTUI-Commercial BILL SCANLAN-Academicg Pres. Agricultural Club '32-'33 IRVING SCHWARTZ - Academicg Rally Committee '32g Sergeant-at-Arms of Circle S5 2 Circle Letters Basket- ballg Orchestra '29-'31 EVALYN SELINER-Commercialg Senior Councilg Pres. Old English Sg Old English S and Class Numerals LAURA SENIOR-Academicg 2 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Vice-Pres. Girls' League '32g Old English Sg Student Control '31 JOHN Sl-IELDON-Academicg Pres. Torch Club '30g Pres. nish Club '32g Pres. H.-Y Clubg Pres. H.-Y Older s' Conference '32g 2nd Prize Prose Contest '32 Tomko SI-IIRoMIzU-Comemrcialg Old English S and Class Numerals - LAWRENCE M. SI-IoRT-Academicg Orchestra Concertmaster 4 Yearsg 4 Year Silver Orchestra Bar CELIA M. SILER-Academic DOUGLAS SILvA - Vocationalg 2 Semesters Honor Schol- , arshipg Letter in Footballg Linotype Operator Weekly MORRIS SILVERMAN-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholar- shipg Comm. of Organiz. '32g Senior Class Pres. '33: Pres. Stamp Club '30, '31, '33g Stage Mgr. Playcrafters '31, '33g Pres. German Club '32g Stage Mgr. "They'1l Do It Every Time", "Skiclding", "Sky Train", "The Goose Hangs High", and Cast of Senior Play "Stray Cats" MARY Jo SILVY-Academicg Cast of "Charm Schoo1" in Mission Highg Attended Mission High '30-'31g Rich- mond High '31 MARGARET IoNE SKED-Academic BERNARDINE SMITH-Commercial EMMA SMITH-Commercialg Class Numerals JEANNE SMITH-Academicg First Prize Essay Division Prose and Poetry Contest, Best Prose '33 STEPHEN Lours SOLARI - Commercialg Sergeant-at-Arms Italian Club '32 LUCILLE SOUTHWELL'-ACadCmlCQ Vice-Pres. Tri-Y Club '32g Pres. Tri-Y Club '33 VIRGINIA MARY STEINER-Academic Y I SPURGEON STOVER-Academicg Circle in Football FLORENCE STRECKER-Academic W VIoLET C. SWANSON-Academic BEN JAMIN SYKES-Vocational STELLA TABACCO-Commercialg 2 Semesters Honor Scholar- shipg Class Numeralsg Student Control '32 JAMES THANOS-Academicg Circle in Track EDNA THOMPSON-Academic HERSCHEL THOMPSON-Academicg Editor of Weekly '555 Attended Alexander Jr. High, Fresno, '30g Student Control '35 IDA THOMPSON-Commercialg Class Numerals 2 BERNICE TINKESS'AC3dCmiCQ Old English S MARY TOMURA-Commercialg Class Numerals EDWIN ToRREANo-Academicg Block Letter in Baseballg Band 2 yearsg Orchestra 1 year JESSIE L. TRANTHAM-AC3dCmiC ALFRED TRAVERSO - Vocationalg Linotype Operator of Weekly ALICE ELIZABETH TRIVELPIECE-Academicg Property Mana- ger Playcrafters '33g Block and Circle Numerals RONALD TROTTER-Commercial Smzuko TsUsH1MA-Commercialg Class Numerals ALBERTA TURNER-Academic HUGH TYE-Academicg Rally Committee '33 THELMA MARTHA ULDALL-Commercialg Class Numerals CATHERINE ULMER-Commercial PAUL L. VlCKROY'AC3dCmiC 61 ,E tti,. gpg',,f.j1sA21sws5f I NN A X Twenty-nine Tbirly RICHARD FLOYD WAISE-Commercialg Attended Pittsburg High '29 MAR JORIE FLORENCE WEBSTER-Academicg Attended Prin- cipia, Sr. Louis, '32 CLAIRE CoNsUELA WEHRSTED-Academicg 1 Semester Hon- or Scholarship JACK WEIERSHAUSER - Academicg Band '31g Block S in Track JANE WEsCoA'r-Academicg Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Sec. Social Service Club '32 GERALDINE M. WHITE-Academicg Orchestra 3V2 Years Ross WHITE-Academic ROBERT E. WILKINSON-Vocationalg Pres. Woodcrafrers .32 EARL WILLIS-Vocational WILMA WITTEMAN-Academic HAZEL WONG-Commercialg 1 Semester Honor Scholar- shipg Class Numerals JOHNNIE WONG-Academicg Vice-Pres. Chinese Club '32g Track 2 Years RAY WONG-Academicg Pres. Chinese Club '32, '33g Ser- geant-at-Arms Hi-Y '33g Menzies Trophy '32 Sur CHING Woo-Academicg Band '28g Attended Sacred Heart High, Canton, China, '25-'28 ROBERT WOOD-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarship Attended Salem High 2 Years IRENE WRIGHT-Commercialg Class Numerals VALERIA WYMAN-Commercial MARY YOHNER-Academic BELLA ZEFF-Commercialg Class Numerals GROVER BE'rHARns-Academicg Sport Editor Weeklyg Edi- Cub Editiong Third Prize "Buds O' Blue" '33g Sport ' Memory Book PAULINE BOOKER-'C0mmCfCi3lQ Gold Sealg 7 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Class and Circle Numeralsg Stu- dent Control '30, '31 HARRIET BRANDT-Academicg Attended Hollywood High 1 Semester ALDEN BROCHIER-Academic, Pres. Hobby Club '32g Pres. French Club '32, '33g Pres. Stamp Club '32g Treas. Boys' Science Club '32g Editor "Cub" Issue '33 CAROLYN BROCK-Academicg Gold Seal, 8 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Gold Medal in Italian '32 THELMA BROWN-Academicg Orchestra '29, '30, '31, '32, '53g Girls' String Quartet '32, '33 GERALDINE M. BUCKLEY-Commercial, Class Numeralsg Circle S HAZEL BYERS-Commercialg Attended Alliance High, Ohio, '50 KENNETH BYERS-Academic, 4 Semesters Honor Scholar- ship, Cast "The Goose Hangs High", "Sky Train"g At- tended Manual Arts High, Los Angeles, 3 Semesters MARY J. CHESI-Commercial, Gold Sealg 7 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Student Control '32g Old English S, Class and Circle Numerals DOROTHY G. C1-IRISTMAN-Academicg Class Numerals HENRLETTA CHRLSTMAN-Commercial, Class Numerals BERNERD CHRISTOPHERSON-Academic DOROTHY ANN CHURCH-Academic HELEN CODY-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Circle S in Baseball, ELMYRAN R. COOPER - Academicg 2 Semesters Honor Scholarship, Block S Trackg Circle S Basketball, Band 4 Yearsg Orchestra '32 Lois CUNDELL-Academic GLADYS DALE-Commercial LUCY DALE-Commercial JEANNE DAVIDSON-Commercialg Class and Circle Num- erals Davin DU FRENE-Academic ALLEN C. ELDRED-Academic jacic F. FARNESI-Academicg Sec. Student Control '32g Medal in Italiang Consulate for Scholarship in Italiwg Cast "Cent' Anni" PHYLLIS MARCIELLE FORTE-Commercial, Class Numerals I . Tbifly-one . Thirty-two CLARA H. FUJISHIGE-Academic FUMIKO FUKUYAMA-Commercial SALVADOR GAROFALO"COmmCfCial DOROTHY MAE GELLING-Academic, Attended Santa Clara High '30, '31 EARLINE GOODAIL-Commercial, Attended Oakdale High '29, '30, Santa Fe High, New Mex. '30 HARVEY M. HAREEM-Commercial CHESTER GEORGE HALL-Vocational, 1 Semester Honor Scholarship HAROLD L. HANES-Academic RIVARD HEIL-Academicg Class Day Committee WALTER HUBER-Academicg Student Body Pres. '32g Yell Leader '51g Troubadours '30, '31, '32g Student Control '32g Attended Hayward High '29 JONIS K. jAcoBsoN-Academic STELLA JoHNsoN-Academic ELSIE JOHNSTON-Academicg Gold Sealg 6 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Latin Prizes '30, '31, '32 LENORA JUDKINS-Academic PEARL JURICH-Commercial, Orchestra '29, '30, '31g Circle and Block Numerals KATHLYN KATBERG-Commercial, Circle and Block Num- erals JACOB V. KIM-Academicg Attended Sacramento High ELMER E. KITTERMAN1COmmCfCi2lQ Senior Councilg Sec. Block "S" '51, Swimming Manager '31, '32g Publicity Manager Football '32 MAY LEONA KNOWLAND--Academicg Attended Compton High '31, '32 HARRIET M. KRUPKE-Academic HARRIET ANN LABERGE-Academic FRANCIS LAMB-Academic, 1 Semester Honor Scholarship ALOYSIA LAMBOURN-Academic ROBERT L. LE CLERT-Commercial, Orchestra 4 Years, 3 Yr. Award in Orchestra DORCAs LONSDALE-Academic JACK MCFARLAND - Academic, Editor Weekly Fall '32, Associate Editor '32, 3 Semesters Honor Scholarship, Sec. Latin Club '30, Student Control '32, Band '30, '31, Member Quill and Scroll '32 RAYMONDE MANUEL - Academic, 3 Semesters Honor Scholarship BOB MOORE-Commercial, Senior Ring and Garb Commit- tees, Assistant Business Mgr. Annual '32, Advertising Mgr. "Goose Hangs High" BILL Momus - Academic, Cast "Sky Train", Attended Thomas Star King High, Los Angeles, '29 CATHERINE G. MULLEN-Academic, Pres. Madrigals '32, Sec. Madrigals '31, Orchestra 4 Years, Girls' String Quartette '31, '32, '33 FRED K. NAKAMURA - Academic, 2 Semesters Honor Scholarship ' OSCAR NATAL1-Academic, Cast "Cent' Anni" DOUGLAS NELSON-Academic, Class President, Pres. Play- crafters '32, Member Quill and Scroll, Weekly Staff '32, Winner Regional Shakespearian Contest '32, Cast "Sky Train", "Skidding," "Help Yourself", "The Goose Hangs High", "They'll Do It Every Time", Orchestra '30, '31, '32, Rally Committee '32 EDWARD N1ELsoN-Academic, Band '29, '30, '31 DOROTHY BUDDE ONG-Commercial, Attended Pittsburg High 3M Years, 7 Semesters Pittsburg Scholarship Society, S 8: A Commissioner Publicity '31, Vice-Pres. '32, Galleon Staff, Orchestra '32, Block P, Typing Medals FRANK PITTO-Commercial, Cast "Cent' Anni " LOUIS PITTO-Commercial GALEN POTTER-Academic, Block S Track '32, 2nd in Sec- tional Meet, Att Editor Annual '32, Art Director "Sky Train", 1st Award in National Scholastic Contest '31, Placed Haggin Memorial Art Contest '31, '32, National School Art '32, Winner Summer Scholarship Calif. School Arts and Crafts, Winner Scholastic Cover Con- test May '32 HARRIET PULICH-Academic, Troubadours '31, '32 ERNEST REED--Academic, Rally Committee '32, Yell Lead- er '32, Circle S in Track '30, Band 4 Yeats ELVIRA REMUSAT'AC3d6miCQ G. A. A. Ex. Committee '30, '31, Girls' Basketball Mgr. '30, Baseball Mgr. '31 EVELYN CLEO R1cHMoND-Academic JACK Roi-:RER-Academic, Block S Football DoNALn Roor-Academic . , ,.F. 11 N X wax W? X 43:2 'i O s 'Q' 'F A44-xv Q r 5 A . W i ,Q if Thirty-three Thirty-four JEAN Rossi-Academicg Pres. G. A. A. Ex. Committee '32g Pres. Girls' Tennis Club '51g Tennis Mgr. '3lg Sec. Playcrafters '32g Menzies Trophy for Girls' Doubles '32g Large Old English S '30g Cast "Seventeen", "The Goose Hangs High", "Sky Train" ROSE MARY SANTINI-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholar- shipg Gold Medal in Italiang Cast "Cent' Anni " ALBERT SOUTHWlCK1V0C8IlK3HHl JEANETTE STAMER-Academicg Vice-Pres. Playcrafters '32g Participant in Regional Shakespearian Contest '32g Cast "The Goose Hangs High", "Sky Train" LONNIE STEBBlNS'AC3dSmlC GOTTFRIED STEINER-Academicg Orchestra '28, '29 LUCILLE STEWART-Academic LA VERNE STITT-Academicg Senior Prom. and Class Day Committeesg Circle Numerals CONSTANCE SToRMEs-Academicg Treas. Pan Pacific Club '30g Vice Pres. Liberatus Club '32g Historian Play- crafters '31g Numerals and Old English Sg Vice Pres. G. A. A. Ex. Com.g Cast "They'll Do It Every Time", "jade God"g Property Mistress, "Skidding" JEANNE STOWELL-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholar- shipg Circle S3 Class Day Speaker GRACE F. SUZUKI-Academicg Kinjo Kirls' High School, Japan, '29-'32 Ei.siE TAssANo-Commercialg Old English S BOB THoMAsMAcademic ROBERT TOWLE-Academicg 3 Years Orchestra DOROTHY TUCKER-Academicg Student Control '32 EDWARD T. UESUGI-Academic and Commercial DOROTHY WALKER-Academicg Vice Pres. of Classg Pres. Quill and Scroll '52g Girls' League Cabinet '3Zg News Editor Weekly '32g Student Control '32 Boa WELLS-Academic LAUREN WEsTAAcademicg Orchestra '30, '31, '32g Places in S. H. S. Musical Contestg Boys' String Quartet DOROTHEA Woon-Academicg Sec.-Treas, Girls' League 7:05 Sec. junior Red Cross '32 JIMMIE WOOTTEN - Academicg Business Manager Play- crafters '32g Cast "The Goose Hangs High", and "Sky Train"g Sec.-Treas. Class CATHERINE LEE BARKETT-Commercialg 3 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg Circle S MEMORY Merlanne Gardner Youth builds her castles in'the air And plans each one with tender care, Ambitious, hopeful, Youth aspiresg The farthest stars are Youth's desires. Age rests in tranquil solitudeg Peace constitutes her every mood. Ambition does not stir her heart, In earthly fame she wants no part. What Youth is doing, Age has doneg She built her castles in the sung The joys of Youth are constantly Relived for Age in Memory. Gratlzzatef Without Tjffltfff February Graduate! JOHN AVILA-Vocational FRED BARTLETT-Academic JEANNE BESSAC-Academic BOB' BRIGGS-Academic ERNEST CARPINO-Vocational MIKE CASHARA-Commercial EMIL E. CESMAT-Academic JOHN CLAUSSEN-Vocational WILLIAM COOPER-Vocational NEWTON CUNNINGHAM-Academic JACK CURNOW-Academic BILL DAOUST--Academic JOHN G. DE SOTO-Commercialg Pres. Pan. Pacific Club '30, Publicity Manager Football '51g Band '29, '30 MICHAEL MARQUEZ ESTRADA-Academic, First Prize Char- coal Division Haggin Memorial Art Contest '32g Or- chestra '30, '31, '32 AUGUST C. FIRPO-Vocational, Pres. Advanced Auto Class A '32 SILVO L. GIACCHERO-Commercial RAYMOND GIANELLI-Commercial MARY VIRGINIA GIORzA-Commercial, Class Numerals BEN LASKEY-Vocational HARRY LEE-Vocational BILL LYNCH-Academicg Block in track '30, '31 A HENRY MASTIN-Commercial THOMAS H. MEWEORN - Academicg 5 Semesters Honor Stholarshipg Menzies Award-Class "C", First Place Spring '32, Class "B" Tie for First Place Fall '32 ALBERT NEUHAUS-Vocational LEE PERSON-Commercial JOHN PREDAGNE-Academicg 2 Block S's in Football, Stu- dent Control lw yrs ALLAN REED-Academic ALYS SIMMONS-Academic CLAUDE STATUM-Vocational FRED H. STEVENS-Vocational LESTER TUCK-Academic fzme G raduater DOUGLAS E. ATWOOD-Academic GLENN BERTELSON-Commercialg Circle S in Football JOE M. BOITANO-Vocational BRUCE BLACK-Academic, Commercialg Attended Phoenix Union High School, Arizona 3h Years JACK BEAN-Commercial, Block S Basketballg Student Con- trol '31, '32, JACK C. CAMPBELL-Academic EDWIN J. CAMPION-Academic, Attended St. Mary's High 3M Years JOHN CECHINI-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Block "S" '31, '32, Footballg Sweater in Football '32g Silver Medal in Italian '32g Student Control '32 DANIEL CORKINS-Academic EUGENE CRAMER-Academicg Cartoonist and Reporter on Weekly '32g Band 4 Years FRANK CARPINO-Vocational PHILIP DAvIEs-Academic DOROTHY DEERING-Academicg Student Control '32 DOROTHY DENTON-Academic BERNYCE DERVIN-Academic JOHN DOMENCH-Academic, Block S Football JACK DONALDSON-Academic WALTER L. DOYLE JR.-Academic, Attended Polytechnic High, San Francisco, 3 Years HAROLD ELLIOTT-Academicg Vice-Pres. Stamp Club '29g Business Manager Weekly '32 ALVIN FOSTINE-Academic . ROY GODEREY-Academic, Block S5 Troubadours 2 Years DARIUS A. GUERNSEY-Academic, Menzies Trophyg At- tended Hollywood High '31 BERNARD GIANELLI-Academicg Band 5 Semesters CLIFFORD HANSEN-Academic HAROLD HIROSE-Academic EDWARD HUNTI GTON-Academic T. W. K INT sl-I-Academicg Asst. Bus. Mgt. and Bus. t. 52, Student Council '32g Joke Editor ' BILL LONG-Academic ELVES L. MARENG0-Academic DAVID OLIVER-Academic CHARLES PERKINS-Vocational, Intertype Operator G. st T. Band '31-'32g Honor Scholarship Certificate MARIO PRESTO-Commercial, 2 Letters Football, 1 Letter Baseball, 2nd place Menzies Trophyg Student Control '31f32 ERNEST PELLATON-Vocational - DAN PELLEGRI-Vocational 7 ANGELO PELUSO-Vocational VINCENT REPETT1--Academic, 5 Circles Football RICHARD SAXTON-Academic WILLIE SCHENONE-Commercial EMIL SCHENONE-Vocational ALBERT SMALL-Vocational PERCY SUTTON-Vocational BOB TURNER-Academicg Attended Modesto High, Tamal- pais High JACK TURNER-Academic, Attended Modesto High, Tamal- pais High, Student Control '53 RONALD WALTERS-Academicg 1 Year Orchestra CHESTER WOODHILL-Academicg Pres. Ex.-Service Club TOURU YAMASHIRO-Academic Thirty-Jive ' A GOLD SEAL bmrzius ESQ' Ti' ma H V m H y 4 V v , f . . -. A' . . ar ' a 1 11 N, f CAQOLYN 512004 BEQTM AKIMOTO GBQALDINE PATTGN MARTHA HQCN'xAN A ELSE. JOHNSTON MARY cr1E5l MEQLANNE GARDPEQ SWYZLBY .Jorma J N 2 , I JH if l Jggsqg URUVN 5OKflNtE. 5 L. F , - A -P 9 ' ,F ?1if i l "AL ' i k.L. , ,, , VAULINE BOOKS? fffigg x f i ti, xhhl 9- M fi! 'E 1 ak ' ' 'PN , V . w ,mee weacom- voszoniw szuzu-moan Thr Music Dcpurlmcm uvcr Nm una 'l'fv,5rl1- wx .3 bww!" J I Broadcasting-K F R C w WALT! YHUBER. DOUGLAS HELSOH X LZADEKSUIP DKGMAT K5 , H . gf: VSAXINE WAAS JQUKNKLSSNI JACK VFQFAKMND isoummm mum. f gb 'nh Q, V my 19. ' l-' .ku 5 ,,h- V . ' H , , Fa QE , cwmmcx. fanvrxgs GLAIKB WEHKSTED awe:-ram. -ru-mas Henna-mx.1rmrqq1 3 fl fi ALVKN LZRRDBO A egmnome Patron A LEADBRQWF A,. "Y A 1, JWUALXSW ' 3 A,f-"KX k','f Y ,j - W, , V Q vs, x 5, L, BUNUIB TINWONIBL men vormg Puuucaruxmv intr f was xvoowav ownmnm-,Q U ,Y N1 'w , 1 . ' 1 'Y X X f mf ! J XPRHXZZK +i j f i1 A fooronull 7 Q Tfzirl 5 - x f.'I't3I1 5 E N I O D M E N 0 R I E S J J ' STUDI-iNT Cowen. . ,vw if '43 . ,N G CODGE. HUBER GEPALDINE PATTON BUD DKEMAN RAY WOOKAQD MNA ONIEL ' JACK EARLY GILGERT K A HAM ,mcse MQFARLAND f ' J if nk kg Durz ELDOH NTTERMAN VERNON Kmstw. rlf.Q3CnU. Thomson MEMORY BOOK STAFF 73 GROVE THADD5 NORVAL GM- MAXINE HAM BUD DIEMAN , . Tflfrlj'-r.igl1l A . V . Among those present-Eugene Cramer, Marion Maynard, Robert Hall, Allen Reed, Wfilliam Hughes, Bartlett Utt. Wfnlter Champreux, Irene McClory, Margie Webster, Marjorie Culver, Gladys Lundholm, Betty Bradley, Edward Bickle, Luther Adams, jane McMillan, june Wescnwat, Alberta Turner, Mildred Harrison, Edna Clark, Bob Bernardi, Albert Kelly, Willizriii McBride, Arthur Brown y ' V , , ,,,-.-.,... 3 STOCKTOM LEFT T0 Rmur . Ccctnmi ,STAGl'iARO, Motzdtn ,GE.0QGE,1"RAVf,R50,Ror1E.R CALvEl.Ll,GumQmo -,'PEJZRY,V.?ANNlZZA. ana STAGNARO ON A Rivgvzsv, OKOSAKX TAKES THE BALL 3 STAGNAQO , ce,ccmNxhCALvEi.Lt W TRAVERSO RICQNESTZQIEQE PWJY' 66911 LCD! GAME . Tf7lI'l1-llfilc J L 1 ' it Q ':. l 2 y 1 ' ..., J 1 DILL. MORRIS JOAN ROBINSON JEANETTE STAMIZIQ 'RALPH XVALKILR l i X , i 1 af 4 H GEORGE DlT'Z. KENNETH DYEZR5 1 4 Q Jean moss: Hanrusori FISHRRQ NQCARTHYF .lip ' H TTHIE SKY TRATN H I MYSTERY drama "The Sky Train", by 1171525 Paul Cruger, the senior play of the February rlnyn . -r graduating class, presented the farewell ap- 'wjllyf pearances of many of Stockton Highs dram- ghg :pg atic lights. The following excerpt from the Guard and Tackle weekly gives a brief idea of the action: "A dirigible cruising the skies, a spiritualist, a sus- picious old man,a radio operator who foresees destruc- tion, a woman of mystery, a highstrung old dowager, her daughter, a detective, a petite French maid, a captain, a first mate, a personable young man, and a second mate who has other things on his mind be- sides duty-all upon the sky ship working against one another, 'The Sky Train' presents a blending of mystery, comedy, and pathos that will satisfy any audience." The plot centers around a mysterious spiritualist, Gerson Slade, who, aided by a treacherous second mate, Mr. Harrigan, attempts to destroy the dirig- ible and start an international revolution among the lower working classes of the world. They give the audience a feeling of disaster and impending doom. Mrs, Ashley and Jason Pennypacker, elderly passen- gers aboard the dirigible, with their old-fashioned passion, kept the audience in an uproar of laughter throughout the production. Dennison Wolfe, a stout detective, and Nita, a French maid, also supported ufly the comedy element. Mr. Rawson, the nervous radio operator, intensified the action of the first act by his "premonitions of evil spirits." The love interest of the play was furnished by Bernice Ashley and Mr. Lawlor, the first mate. Lieutenant Henley and Sarnia Blair, the hero and heroine, fell in love after thwart- ing the villainous plans of Gerson Slade. Captain Minor, the commander of the dirigible, gave the necessary military bearing of the crew and otiicers. The cast was as follows: Mr. Rawson, Kenneth Byers, Mr. Lawlor, Paul McCarthy, Dennison Wolfe, Bill Morris, Lieutenant Henley, George Ditz, Nita, Joan Robinson, Sarnia Blair, Jeanette Stamer, Mr. Harrigan, Douglas Nelson, Captain Minor, Harrison Fisher, Bernice Ashley, Jean Rossi, Mrs. Ashley, Juanita Browne, Gerson Slade, James Wootten, and Jason Pennypacker, Ralph Walker. Lois Johnson was prompter and Claire McCall, property manager. Morris Silverman stage-managed the production with the aid of Erwin Farley, together creating many un- usual cloud, wind, storm, and electrical effects. James Wootten, Juanita Browne, and Ralph Walker won special Commendation for their work from Lynn S. Chaplain, professional producer of San Francisco, who attended a dress rehearsal. Miss Georgia Smith, sponsor of the Playcrafters, directed the play. MSTRAY CATS 9' ' HE senior play "Stray Cats" was presented May 26 by the June graduating class. Writ- r-, ,wa . . . ten by Leslie Carter, it is a farce-comedy 62 A in three acts built around the 34,000,000 ' will of a maiden aunt which read, in part as follows: "The residue of my estate I leave to my favorite nephew, Dick Skinner fPaul McCarthyj, providing he is married by May 26 in the year that my death occurs. "If said Dick Skinner is not married, my estate shall go to Tom Skinner fMorris Silvermanj, and if he is not married, it shall go to Harry Skinner Uohn Englandj, but if none of the three Skinners, Tom, Dick, or Harry, are married by that date, my whole estate shall go to provide a home for 'STRAY CATS'." This will was not found until the morning of the specified date, and when the news came, all three of the Skinner heirs were still single and with but four- teen hours left in which to secure a wife. Excellent comedy and most amusing situations were created by their frenzied attempts ro win the legacy. In their efforts they all proposed to the same women, and though given little encouragement, they were to re- ceive their answers that evening at a ball given by Dick Skinner. The women, in the meantime, had learned of the legacy and each, unbeknown to the others, accepted the proposals of each of the men. just how Dick Skinner was released from his obli- gations to the other three women, and how he got the deserving girl, Kitty Baker, fBonnie Finkbohnerj- and also the 34,000,000-was a complete surprise to the audience. 55 I-JJ Mae Kiehn played the role of a society girl, La- Verne Christensen, that of a vain and conceited model, Mamie McGlothen, a giddy and frivolous widow, Walt Cottle, the "Always just going to" office boy, and William Santor, the minister. john England, perhaps, deserves most credit for making an audience laugh in a time of depression. In the role of a tobacco chewing, expectorating, red- bandana-wearing farmer from Skinnersville, he de- lighted the large crowd with his nasal, backwoodsy tone and dialect. In proposing to LaVerne Christen- sen he said, in part: "Wal, now, I don't see where you could do better than marry me! .... All you would have to do, is to get up at 4:00 A. M., milk the cows, feed the chickens,-get breakfast, after that churn, wash the dishes, clean the house, and then if you have any spare time, you can help in the field." And she an artist's model! As an afterthought, he adds, "But that ain't all, Miss, there's the pleasure side of it. Now, we will drive over to Skinnersville to prayer meetin' every Thursday night, and to church on Sunday, if the Ford is workin', if not we can walk, four miles ain't nothin'." Success of the presentation was largely due to the cooperation of the large production staff, including Morris Silverman, Jack Rible, and Archie Butts, stage managers, William Sanror and Ray McGurk, elec- tricians, Geraldine Patton, properties, Claire McCall, costumes, Mabel Funk, librarian, Ed Martin, business manager, Attelra Hanford, publicity manager, Jack Early, advertising, Bette Bradley, house manager, and jean Noack and Beth Trivelpiece, art work. Louis J. Vannuccini directed the production. Unlike previous senior play casts, this one was composed entirely of graduating seniors. F07'lj'e0?l? FALL CAL E N DAR SWT 6 ffzsfffvffrfflffrazg . 5L.fD7,5 gygg? mfs ofijrf FRED fifafnf ogmpm ,- F X f f 0 W f7w,2?AfYrfrf7afm' sei iff? ,JL iw' ' f in QLVML N- - 432 'J -Z A f j ' , - A A ' h I xx, 7 X55 X xx f 'I fg XX F QM A ff Q SCHOOL smms X LL.. 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