Stockton High School - Guard and Tackle Yearbook (Stockton, CA)
- Class of 1935
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1935 volume:
ACROSS THE XVEST GLADE ,....... .... ......,....,........,. .,.......,.... , LEILA SANDERS
Published by the February and June
Senior Classes of Stockton
ELIZABETH RAVEN Editor
Hrs yearbook, like the many others
which are published in 1935, is issued
for the purpose of creating a permanent
record of high school memories, friendships
and activities. For this reason and because
the book is necessarily small, only the most
important events and departments have
been selected for recording, and an attempt
has been made to insert only the most typical
and appropriate pictures, and examples of
the best art work. The art department,
typing classes, composition classes, the print
shop and many teachers have all cooperated
with the journalism department to make
possible the publishing of the 1935 Memory
Book. With the hope that in years to come
this annual will revive memories and awaken
the pleasures of school days and represent
the best of this time, it is submitted to the
senior class andthe student body of Stockton
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on the most part the four years just end-
ing have been most enjoyable. To be
sure you have done some hard work,
some of you far more than others, but you
have formed friendships that will be lasting,
and have had a good time in spite of difficul-
ties that at times seemed insurmountable.
You are going out now equipped, we hope, to
face life with the same happy spirit with
which you have met your problems in school.
All life is not going to be easy with you.
Issues will have to be met, decisions made.
If what you have learned in the Stockton
High School enables you to meet these is-
sues squarely and to make your decisions
intelligently, we shall feel that our teach-
ing hns been successful. You will have to
depend increasingly on your own resources,
but you will also learn that people out of
school are very much like those with whom
you have associated the past four years.
You will find friendliness, if you express
it in your own personality. I wish you joy
in all that you undertake which has worth.
I hope that you will never attempt those
things that are of doubtful value. My heart-
felt good wishes go with you.
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K Gladys Lukes Emma F. Hawkins
ENGLISH . Alice McInnes Ruth H0011
Ovena Larson Ben Lewis Adeline Selna Sanford Sweet
Hana' Georgia Smith
Ida C. Green
Anne L.- Harris
L. Lucile Turner
Carrie D. Wriglit
Adelle Howell Libmrim'
Elizabeth HumbargarMfS- Incl H- Pond
Lucy E. Osborn Asst. Librarian
Karin M. Farwell Harold A. Heisinger
Amy A. Pahl
Louis J- Vannuccini Mrs. Helen S. Abbott
Mrs. Myrtle Kerr
DRAWING Ralph S. Raven
Mrs. Elizabeth Olson MUSIC
Howard G. Bissell H9411
Virginia L. Short
Wesley G. Young
Bettie May Boswell
Veva L. Brown
J. Nvilliam Kerr
John S. Landrum
L. N. Pease
Vera Cobb Cass
Mrs. Alma G. Decker
Mrs. G. H. Tolhurst
A. R. Reelhorn
Bert I. Van Gilder
Mrs. Agnes D. May
H cad Girls' P. E.
Grace U. Bliss
Harry B. Lenz
Head Boys, P. E.
Floyd R. Love
Edwin D. Comer
John H. Harrison
Ralph E. Herring
Charles H. Libhart
Edwin L. Pister
James A. Smith
Maurice D. Taylor
Ira L. Van Vlear
Charles E. Williams
Evelyn E. Taylor
J. Mitchell Lewis
Grace G. Fowler
John S. Reed
Anne Pauline Abrightgggfrigjnlgsgfbargar
Louise T. Baer
Mary G. Bloom
Mrs. Laura B. Watson Benjamin Welker
Mrs. G. H.Tolhurst
Mr. Van Vlear
HE Student Council, which meets every
Tuesday afternoon, sets our dates and
bestows our honors. This yea i' the coun-
cil has increased our entertainment by mak-
ing school dances more frequent. As to
bestowing honors, the council decides who
shall receive block letters. The council this
year donated one hundred and fifty dollars
to a swimming meet. One of the greatest
responsibilities of the Student Council is
to decide whether or not our student desires,
if granted, would be constitutional. Those
responsible for directing the activities just
mentioned are the student body president,
Robert Peekler, who presides at the meet-
ing of the Student Councilg Jean Swenson,
who as vice-president of the student body,
occupies the vice-presidency of the coun-
cilg and Howard Becker, who holds the
office of recorder. A small group of both
boys and girls completes the membership
of the Student Council, which has termin-
ated :i successful semester.
HE STUDENT CONTROL, aiming to de-
velop a greater response for law and
order and to maintain higher standards
of conduct in and about the school, has
done much the past year toward fulfilling its
purpose. Under the capable direction of
Eleanor McCloud, fall semester, and jean
Swenson, spring semester, the Girls' Student
Control, in addition to its regular activities,
worked out a number of regulations for the
N STOCKTON High School, as in many
schools in the United States, there is a
junior Red Cross. This organization is
made up of every student in the high school,
whether he pays dues or not. In order to
make money, one day a month is set aside
as "Penny day," where everyone brings a
penny for the collection. This year 6,627
pennies were collected for good causes. In
December, in order to secure funds to fill
Christmas baskets for needy families, an
unique Tin-Can Dance was given. Also at
conduct of high school girls. These con-
cern chewing gum, attention in assemblies,
applying make-up, cutting, and smoking.
The Boys' Student Control, with Tony
Calvelli and Eldred Barnes at the head, car-
ried out the usual duties of supervising as-
semblies, helping keep up the campus, and
improving the general conduct of school
this time 217 Christmas boxes filled with
toys were sent to Guam, and S00 menu
covers were sent for men of the United
States fleet in Pacific waters. In the spring
400 dinner-dance programs were designed
by art students, printed in the school print
'shop and sent to Wasliington, D. C., to help
make the National Junior Red Cross con-
vention a success. Monthly meetings, at-
tended by representatives of the several
classes, are made interesting by student and
Cl'u1rles Parsons Ir., February Class
Wlmen my last long trail is taken,
And my soul has come to its end,
That I shall leave nothing behind me
To be long remembered by them
Who live on to their journey's end.
XVhen the last prayer is uttered
And the last mourner is gone,
That my name shall rest on a tombstone
And not be revered and thought of
Abroad or by fires of home.
Only the shadows may know me,
Only the well-sheltered glen
Wlmere my body rests in eternity,
Away from the thoughts of them
Who keep in memory forever
The titles of famous men.
Oh God, let me not falter!
Help me to ever be true
To the goals at which great ones are aiming,
And what all men are longing to do.
Door of New Building
HE orchestra started this school year
with more members than it had ever
before known. Immediately members
of this organization began to work toward
a series of programs they were to give, the
first of which-numbers played for Teach-
ers' Institute-aroused much favorable com-
ment. The group also assisted the German
Club and the February class at the time
when they gave their plays. The orchestra
made a total of eight appearances during
the year and learned eighteen different se-
lections-one of which was the Caesar
The band appeared at all football games
during the fall and lent needed support
and enthusiasm to rooters. Another im-
portant function of the year was the Pom-
ona College Glee Club concert for the bene-
Ht of the band uniform fund. At the re-
quest of the glee club the band played a
group of numbers during the evening per-
formance. Two organizations of band mem-
bers, the trumpet quartet and the wood
wind ensemble, were active during the year,
as were the boys' and girls' string quartets,
composed of orchestra members.
Band and orchestra combined to end the
year with the Fifth Annual Band and Or-
chestra Concert, at which Josephine Mira-
montes and Charles Welch were soloists.
Another time, May 18, both groups joined
with the choral department to participate
in the largest May Music Festival. Alfred
Hertz, Herbert Clark, and Charles M. Den-
nis, outstanding leaders in the country for
orchestra, band and chorus, were chosen
for conductors of this affair.
The Troubadours, the group of singers
picked from the chorus, gave performances
for downtown clubs and appeared on the
Washington-Lincoha program, the annual
Christmas program, the Band and Orches-
tra Concert, Commencement, and at other
times during the year.
February Class History
otm Yeaas Aco, in February, 1931, three
hundred freshmen-scrubs to you-
made their debut at Stockton High. Of
this group, almost two hundred survived till
graduation. The class had no ambition to
leave a trail of glory to inspire future stu-
dents, but it came quite near to doing that
very thing. In the sophomore year it won
the inter-class swimming meet, took second
in its junior year, and again won in its senior
year. In its junior and senior years it also
took the inter-class track meet. This record
is a good example of the class spirit in ath-
This class was replete with famous per-
sonages in every line of activity. Five dis-
tinguished themselves in scholarship, Bessie
Matsumoto, Alva Russell, Bill Rundle, Sam
Abdallah and Beulah Penberthy. In art
were Estell Payne, Jocelyn Camp, Nancy
Greaves and Georgia Capps. Public speakers
were Albert Lynde, our able student body
president, who entered the regional Shake-
spearian contest, Douglas Wilson, yell lead-
er, and Bill Ohm. Charles Parsons, Babara
Du Brutz and Robert Ghiorzo were prom-
inent in journalism. In music Ralph Tred-
way, Howard Stine, Ben Elliot, Harvey
Mullen, Clydine Richardson, Jean Robert-
son, Gertrude Turner and Clifton Kizer
were leaders. Bill Rundle, Sam Abdullah,
Nancy Greaves, Jocelyn Camp, Eva Nor-
man, Alva Russell, Beulah Penberthy and
Caroline Gill distinguished themselves in
literature. Alfonso Alustiza, David John-
ston, Wilbur Golithon, Archie Jett, Elton
Martin, Allan Pearch, Ray Tatum, Tom
Dixon, Lou Tsunekawa and Ray Carlisle
found berths on the football squad. Verne
Kinser and Russell Cook starred for the
swimming team. Myron McCormick, Cecil
Brooks, Chester Fields and Fred F. Boyes
were members of the greatest track team in
the history of the school. Virginia Amann,
Georgia Capps, Rita Folsom, Melita Paul and
Annie Fields were prominent in girls' sports.
Annely Uchida deserves special mention for
her work in dancing.
Class politics evolved the following as
officers of the class: Earl Dahl, president,
Vangie Pease, vice-president, and Alice Yel-
land, secretary. Under their able leadership
the senior prom was held and the senior play,
"A Lady Laughs," was presented.
A tradition was broken when class day
was put entirely into the hands of the seniors.
Instead of the usual speeches, an entertain-
ment was given in true radio broadcasting
style. A short play was enacted before the
"mike," as were numerous other features,
but what made the greatest hit with the
audience was the impersonation of members
of the faculty by the seniors.
Commencement exercises were held in
the Civic Memorial Auditorium, with A1-
bert Lynde and Alva Russell as student
speakers, the keynote of their speeches cele-
brating the three hundredth anniversary of
the founding of secondary schools. The cere-
mony was finished only after 192 boys and
girls had received their diplomas. Some
joked, others laughed weakly, but all were
impressed and saddened by the thought that
the happiest years of their youth were ended
when they grasped those hard earned diplo-
The school may forget the February
class of 1935 as the years roll by, but as long
as a single member lives he will never forget
either the class or the school.
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Albert W. Lynde Jr.--Academicg I Semester Honor Scholar-
shipg Student Body Pres. Fall '34g First Prize Shakespeare
Contestg Third Prize Life Insurance Contest
Charles Parsons jr.-Academicg Editorial Board, Guard and
Tackle '34, Assoc. Ed. Spring '34, Drum Corps, Hi-Step-
pers '31, '32g Cast of Senior Play, "A Lady I..aughs"g Mem-
ory Book Staff
Barbara Du Brutz-Academicg Z Semcsters Honor Scholar-
shipg Art Ed. G. and T. Spring '34, Bus. Mgr. Fall '34g
Student Control Spring '33
Earl H. Dahl-Academicg Pres. February Class: Vice-Pres.
French Club '34, Sergt-at-Arms '33-349 Vice-Pres. Tennis
Club '32g Cast Senior Play, "A Lady Laughs"
Alice Yelland-Academicg Sec. February Classg Sec. Play-
crafters '343 G. and T. Staff '34g Cast Senior Play, "A
Vangie Pease-Academicg Vice-Pres. February Classy Pres.
Tri-Y '34g G. and T. Staff '34g Cast Senior Play, "A Lady
GOLD SEAL BEARERS
Bessie Matsumoto-Academicg Gold Seal, 7 Sem. Honor
Scholarship, Graduated in 3 H yearsg Japanese Club Treas.
'33, Sec. '33, Pres. '34: Chemistry Contest '33
Saml1Abdullah-Academic, Gold Seal, 7 Sem. Honor Scholar-
Alva lgussell-Acadelnicg Gold Seal, 8 Sem. Honor Schol-
Chester A. Fields-Commercialg Cup in Trackg Z Block "S's"
in Track, 3 in Basketball
William Pohle-Academicg 1 Sem. Honor Scholarshipg High-
est Merit Seal February Classg Cast Senior Play, "A Lady
Laughsf' Merit Board '34g Hon. Schol. Service Com.
William Ohm-Academicg Gold Seal, 6 Sem. Honor Scholar-
shipg Pres. Honor Scholarship '3-'og Graduated in 3 M years
fPicture not givenj
Scholarship Sealg Merit Seal.
Alfonso Alustiza-Academicg Block "S" Football and Basket-
ballg Student Control '34
Virginia Amann-Academicg Girls' League Pres. Spring '34g
Pres. Tri-Y Fall '33, Student Control Spring '34
Jim I. Arakawa-Vocationalg 3 Semesters Honor Scholarship
Pio D. Arana-Academicg Serg.-at-Arms Spanish Club Fall '
'34g Graduated in 3M Years '
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Earl Bailey-Commetcialg Graduated in 32 Years ' ., , . , ff ,Y 1, J
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joseph J. Barkett-Academicg 3 Scmesters Honor Scholar- ' ' . - " X - ' jj 1
shipg Graduated in 3 Years - I ' f ' y K g ' , Q 1
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Ruth Baron-Academic V V i , ' an lg . :lui
Elmer Bartholomew-Commercial ,AY ji? R ' ' T
Caroline Berkeley-Academic . l - . .'
Alice Bishop-Commercialg Circle "S" and Class Numerals W e :U
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Albert Bitterman-Academic 1 ev . V , , . - ,
Harriett Blaclt-Academic 41' ' A f- I A ' 1 , V 1
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Fred F. Boyes-Academicg Block "SN in Track 1' ' A ' 3' It
Silvio Bozzini-Academicg Cast Italian Play '349 Asst. Stage . - f" ' 'Qi W
Mgr. "A Lady Laughs" I i-1 , Tix. f ' ' E
Mary Elizabeth Brady-Academicg Class Numerals ffl fyi g! I
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Junan Bronzich-Academicg Girls' League Cabinet '34g Class ' ' . ' V :df ' ' , QQ' ' sl
Numeralsg Graduated in 3M Years Ll A if V i s fl
Cecil Brooks-Academicg Pres. Hobby Club '33g Rally Com. flff. A ' P ' A L' ., 5
Fall '34: Block "S" Traclcg Winner Toms Trophyg Sec. Q , , ,W ,.., '
Student Control Fall ,33 i It , Eifsgff'
Frances La Verne Brooks-Acaclemicg Circle "S," Class Nu- E t i Elf
-meralsg Orchestra '3lg Band '32 -. U' 5113 W' nl
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Helen Bruns-Academic ,Qi .g.f2iE3' H Qi I: ' 'Al
George Calvero-Acaclemicg Pres. Filipino Club '34-'35, Vice' 5 ff i Q' r' , . N GK'
Pres. '33g Serg.-at-Arms '32g Graduated in 3M Years , Rf- ? N .,.QfxC4
Jocelyn Camp-Academicg Asst. Art Ed, G. and T. '34g Or- if -1 Q
chestra 35 Yearsg McKee Contest lst Prize Pencil Draw- : '1 K A .
ing '34g Znd Prize Water Color '33g Student Control '34 E '-i r L3 K ' ' wr - -i
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Bernice Campbell-Academicg Circle "S" J ,' ' K v . 0 g aim?
Georgia Ellen Capps-Academicg Class Numerals E l T is I . I ,
Ray Carlile-Acadcmicg Treas. "T Square Club" Spring '34g 'i " ' U . , lf
Football Mgr. Fall '34g Block "S" Football wi 3 - 'LI1 K va
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Emmett E. Carlisle-Academicg Graduated in BM Years 46
Aloha Carter-Academic: Class Numerals l-gr,f.... ii ' K'
John Changala-Academicg Asst. Yell Leader '32-'335 Serg.- ' I wfffiift E 1 -5- ' "
at-Arms French Club '33g Menzies Award '31, '32, '33 V. 'ffl .L ',V' .L P . 7 .
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Eugene Chesi-Academicg Italian Club Play '34g Stage Mgr.
"A Lady Laughs"
Albert Compasso-Vocationalg Attended Fremont High,
Russell Cook-Academicg C. I. F. Diving Champion 'BQ
Band, Orchestra '3l9 Latin Club Prize '31
Geraldine Crane-Academicg Class Numcrals
Jacqueline Dees-Academic-Class Numerals
Joseph E. Downey-Academicg G. and T. Staff, Spring '34
Verna Dunstzm-Academicg Playcrafters '34g Numeralsg G.
and T. Staff, Spring '34g Cast Senior Play, "A Lady
W. T. Eicke-Academic
Bennie Elliot-Acadcmicg Block "S" Trackg Band 3 ycarsg
Attended Roosevelt High, Fresno
Rose Encinas-Commercialg Two Numcrals
Herman H. Felton-Academic
Annie E. Fields-Acadeinicg Class Numeralsg Prizes Poster
Contestg Graduated in 3M Years
Jack Filley--Commercialg june '34 Senior Play, "Believe It
Lloyd Fischer-Academic .
Rita Folsom.-Academicg Numeralsg G. and T. Staff '34
Walter E. Freeman-Academicg Circle "S"
Anne Genelti-Academicg Red Cross Rep.g Numeralsg Hon-
orable Mention Award, Italian '33
Robert Ghiorzo-Academicg Quill and Scrollg Sport Editor
G. and T. '343 Band '31
Gertrude Giglio-Commercialg Class Numeralsg High Step-
Adelina M. Gil-Academicg Numeralsg Orchestra 'Bl-'34
Geraldine Gil-Academicg Numeralsg Graduated in 3 E6 years
Evelyn Adeline Giovannoni-Commerialg Numerals
Wilbur Golithon-Commercialg Band 2 Yearsg Graduated
in SM Years
Dorothy Mae Goodrich-Academicg Class Numerals
Zora Jean Goucley-Academicg Class Numerals
Bruce Graham-Academicg Attended Queen Anne High, Se-
attle, Wash. '30-'31
Nancy Greaves-Academicg 2 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg
Sec. French Club Fall l34.
Emmet W. Griffin-Vocational
Etna Dora Heirnann-Academicg Sec. German Club Fall '345
Henry Hernandez-Vocationalg I Semester Honor Scholar-
Reta Horton-Academicg Class Numerals
Dorothy May Jacobsen-Commercialg Class Numerals
David Johnston-Commercialg Block "S," 2 Years Football
Marjorie Helen Jones-Acaclemicg Class Numerals
Gladys Keith-Commercialg Class Numeralsg Old English "S"
Verne P. Kinser-Academicg Custodian '32-'33g Com. Or-
ganization '34-'35g Sec.-Treas. Pan-Pacific Clubg Serg.-ab
Arms Block "S" Soc.g 4 Block "S's" Swimmingg Ross Pease
Trophy '34g Student Control '32, '33, '34
Clifton Kizer-Academicg Serg.-at-Arms German Club '33g
Baseball Umpire '345 Band '32-'34
Nancy Elizabeth Knieriemen-Academicg Class Numeralsg
G. and T. Staff Spring '34g Latin Prize
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Dorothy Lahmeyer-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholar-
shipg Class Nutnerals
Reba Laird-Commcrcialg Class Numeralsg Castlemont High,
Rizpah Lea-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg
Graduated 32 Years
Rena Lechich-Commercialg Class Numerals
Margaret Lefever-Academicg G. and T. Staffg Cast "A Lady
Albert C. Le Quellec jr.-Academicg Rally Committee
Donald Arthur Liddicoat-Commercial
Harry Livezey-Vocationalg Pres. Woodcraftersg Football
Robert Ross Love-Vocationalg Circle "S" Football
Virginia Luttrell-Commcrcialg Glendale High '31g Beverly
Hills '31 '33 '
Williard Laverne Lutz-Vocational
Myron McCorn1ick-Acadexnicg Track '333 Baseball '31
Teleitha Magnuson-Academicg 1 Sen. Honor Scholarshipg
Class Numeralsg G. and T. Staff, Spring '343 Latin
Jack Malloy-Acadcmicg Yell Leader '33, '34
Marguerite Nlanaro-Academicg Pres. Old Eng. "S" '33, '34g
Class Numeralsg Baseball Mgr. '32
Catherine Mansfield-Academicg Class Numeralsg Washing-
jr. High '32, Pasadena '33
Richard Marotte-Academicg Galileo High '32
Elton F. Martin-Academicg Bus. Mgr. Senior Play, "A Lady
Laugl-is"g Block "S" Football
Camillo William Martinez-Academicg Graduated in 3V2
Lionel Massei-Academicg Circle "S" Baslcetballg Graduated
in 3 LQ Years
Belmont Millet-Academicg Graduated in ZH Years
Chamness Mills-Vocationalg Intertype Operator G. and TJ
Lawson' Moore Jr.-Academicg Band Awardg G. and T. News
Editor '34p Band 3M Years
Rosswell T. Morrow-Academicg Menzies Awardg Znd, Shake-
Harvey Mullen-Academicg Band '31 to '34g Orchestra '33
Laurence Murphy-Academic K H i
Eva Norman-Academicg 2 Sem. Honor Scholar-shipg G. and
T. Staff 'Z-43 Castlemon: High '32
Fred Ochsner-Vocationalg Graduated in 3M Years
john B. Oliver-Academicg Graduated in 3M Years
Melita M. Paul-Commercialg Class Numeralsg Old Eng. "S"
Estell Marjory Payne-Academicg Arr Staff G. and T.
Alan Pearch--Academicg Block "S" Footballg Galileo '32g
San Rafael '33
Wilnma Florence Peck-Academicg Class Numeralsg G. and T.
Staff '34g Band and Orchestra 4 Yearsg Drum Major '34g
Eleanor M. Pederson-Acaclemicg Graduated in 356 Years
Beulah Penberthy-Academicg Treas, Pan-Pacific Club ,34
Estelle Penfield-Commercialg Class Numerals
Verna Piclcard-Commercialg Class Numeralsg High Step-
Hilda P. Pisenti-Acaclemicg Class Numeralsg Circle "S"
Walter A. Quinn-Acaclemicg Lowell Jr. High '30-'3lg Stu-
dent Control '34
John Ransom-Academicg Circle "S" Graduated in BM
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Clydine Richardson-Academicg Class Numeralsg Balnd '33-
'34g Drum Major '34g Music Award '353 Long Beach Poly
'32g San Jose High '33
May jean Robertson-Academic: Class Numeralsg Girls'
Sports Ed. G. and T. '343 Band ,32-'343 Soloist Band-On
chestra Concertg Music Award '34
Jack Roscelli-Academicg Block "S" Baslcetballg Bandg Stu-
dent Control '34
Anita Clark Rose-Acaclemicg Red Cross Rcp.g Sec.-Treas.
Old Eng. "S"g English "S" Awards
Latta Ross-Academicg Graduated in 3 56 Years
Vieland Rossman-Commercialg Awards, Basketball, Football
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jack Rule-Acadernicg Pres. Key Club '34g Band '31-'34
Bill Rundle-Academicg 3 Semesters Honor Scholarship
Dorothy Ruvkun-Commercialg Class Numeralsg High Step-
Kyoichi E. Sako-Academic
Jeanne E. Schafer-Academicg Graduated in 3M Years
William Shepard Jr.--Academicg Band 4 Yearsg Orchestra
George Smith-Commercialg Ione High '30
John T. Stephens-Academicg Orchestrag Antioch Highg
Graduated in 3M Years
'Theodore Stephens-Academicg Block "S" Basketball
Howard Arnold Stine-Academicg Joke Editor G. and T.
'33-'34g Latin Prize '31
Viola Clare Stone-Academicg 4 Years Band, Orchestra
Awardg Latin Prize
Evelyn L. Tacldioli-Academicg Class Numerals
Walter M. Talbot-Commercialg Treas, Junior Red Cross
'33g David Luben Jr. High '31
Shizuko Tanaka-Academicg Graduated in BW Yearsg Class
Mary Ellen Thomas-Academic
Erma Tracy-Commercialg Sec.-Treas. Tri-Y ,343 Class
james Curtis Tredway-Academicg Band '34g Redondo High
'32, Sacramento High '33g Student Control '34
Ralph E. Tredway-Academicg G. and T. Staff Spring '343
Band '31 and '34, Soloist Band-Orchestra '32g Woodwind
Louis S. Tsunekawa--Academicg Treas. Japanese Clubg Block
"SH Football '34
Harumi Tsushima-Commercialg Graduated 3M Years
Eldred Neal Tullos-Academic
Treas. Girls' League '34g Exchange Ed. G. and T. Fall '343
Band '32, '33, '34, '35g Solo
Annely Uchida-Academicg Cast Senior Play "A Lady
Laughsng Solo Dance "Hiawatha"g Graduated ZH Years
Ruth Urbani-Commercialg Class Numeralsg Old English "S"
Fred F. Walsh Jr.-Commercial
Dorothy Elizabeth Whelihan
Douglas Wilson-Acadeinicg l
Yell Leader '33, '34g Class
Laughsng Student Control '34
Mildred Mae Wolf-Colnnxerci
Henry E. Yoshema-Academicg
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Pres. Spring '343 Vice-Pres. 1 ' ' A
Latin Club Fall '34, Pres. Spring '35g Adv. Mgr. "A Lady 1: A
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Mazie Fox-Academicg Graduated in 3M Years
Nestor Freitas-Academicg Circle "S Basketball:
Graduated 32 Years
Edith Ghiglieri-Commcrcialg Class Numerals
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES '
Mae Belle Rosensteel-Academic
Himeko Takahashi-Academicg Graduated in HQ Years
June Class History
HE most outstanding class up to the
year 1935. How proud I was to be
in it! just because some students set
out to be above average, others took it up,
and soon we had a record breaking class.
It started high school with the largest grou
of freshmen ever to enter and ended with
the number practically unchanged. Four
hundred boys and girls took part in the
graduation exercises. Nineteen of those
who walked across the stage of the Civic
Auditorium were gold seal bearers by the
middle of the senior year because of mem-
bership in the Honor Scholarship for six
semesters or more. One of these, Rose
Sakata, graduated in three yearsg three, Shizu
Abe, Rose Merchasin, and Jimmy Naka-
mura, graduated in three and one-half years.
Howard Becker, Edith Chickaraishi, Erma
Gaviglio, Bill Gealey, Sylvester Ghilarducci,
Hillard Katz, Esther Kim, Wilma Patterson,
Gilbert Paulo, Jimmy Powell, Melva Raffo,
Betty Raven, jean Swenson, Ai Teranishi,
and Alfred Zuckerman were all members
of the class from the freshman year on.
Of our athletes, nothing much can be
said except that among them were some of
the most brilliant in many years, with Tony
Calvelli heading the list in football. Bob
Board, Glynn Johnson, Carlton Peregoy,
and Roy Phillips also developed into well-
rounded players before the end of the four
years. Dave Kerwin contributed to the
basket-ball team, while Eldon Kitterman
was a Hrst string member of the class "B"
Robert Peckler-Academic, Z Semesters Honor
Scholarshipg Pres. Student Body '35g Pres.
Playcraftcrs '34-'35g Winner Hodgkins Tennis
Racket, Troubadours '34-'35
Jean Swensen-Academic, Gold Sealg 7 Semesters
Honor Scholarshipg Prs. Girls' League Fall
'34g Vice-Pres. Student Body Spring '35g Vive-
Pres. Philophysean Club '33g Sec. Tennis Club
In music, too, we had our leaders. Four
students, Josephine Miramontes in orchestra,
Hazel Earl and Mary Holmes in the Trouba-
dours, and Bill Kirkman as an ace pianist,
followed this art seriously. Betty Raven,
editor of the Memory Book, belonged to the
girls' string quartet and was a member of the
Quill and Scroll. Bill Gealey, another of the
1935 senior group and editor of the Guard
and Tackle weekly, claimed membership in
this international journalism society, along
with John Nelson, spring sports editor.
School officers? We had our share.
Robert Peckler was student body president
the last semester, Eleanor McCloud was es-
pecially outstanding in school government,
and Eldred Barnes, Anna Knapp, Jimmie
Powell, and Jean Swenson took active part in
this branch of school life.
In February, the seniors picked students
to represent them as their leaders when grad-
uates. Carlton Peregoy was unanimously
elected president, Marion Akers became
vice-president, and Jack Colberg was secre-
It was the first year that students had
graduated from the paint shop, a new de-
partment started in 1931. Five boys began
this branch of vocational work and refinish-
ed their class rooms in the boys' basement,
and by the end of their high school career
had enlisted 19 other pupils in the new class.
It was also the year in which the seniors had
their caps and gowns measured to fit.
'34g Pres. Honor Scholarship '35 and Sec. '343
Old English l'S"g Tollirt Trophyg Student Con-
Eldred W. Barnes-Academicg Z Semesters Honor
Scholarshipg Com. Welfare '35g Treas. French
Club '34g Choral Mastery Vive-Pres. German
Club Spring '35g A Track Spring '35
lSecond Line Picturesj
Eleanor McCloud--Academic, 1 Semester Honor Scholar-
ship, Sec. Girls' League '33, Vice-Pres. Student Body '343
Sec. French Club '32, Vice-Pres. Spanish Club '34, Class
Numerals, Old English "S", Student Control ,34
James Robert Powell-Academic, Gold Seal, 7 Semestcrs
Honor Scholarship, Com. Welfare '34, Pres. Latin Club
'34, Pres. Tennis Club '34, Block "S" Tennis, Latin Prize
'31, Student Control '35 -
Anna Kna p-Academic, Pres. Girls' League '35, Vice-Pres.
'34, Clgss Numerals, Circle "S," Old English "S", Ex-
Com. G. A. A., Student Control '35, Cast "Huckleberry
Bill Gealey-Academic, Gold Seal, 7 Seniesters Honor Schol-
arship, Editor G. and T. '35, Assoc. Ed. Fall '34, Sec.
Quill and Scroll '35, Latin Prize, Merit Seal
Betty Raven-Academic, Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor
Scholarship, Editor Memory Book '35, Pres. Quill and
Scroll '35, Pres. Philophysean '34-'35, Sec. Madrigals
'31-'32, Class Numerals, Reporter G. and T. '34-'35, Or-
chestra 3 years '32-'35, String Quartet '33-'35, Gorgas
Essay Contest Medal in School, First Award in State,
Fifth Award for National Competition
Hilliard joel Katz-Academic, Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor
Scholarship, Com. Organizations '35, Vice-Pres. Calif.
Scholarship Federation '34, '35, Vice-Pres. German Club
'33, Pres. German Club '34-'35, Staff G. and T. '34-'35,
Student Control '34
Gerry Gugenheim-Academic, Chairman junior Red
Howard H. Becker Jr.-Academic, Gold Seal, 7 Semesters
Honor Scholarship, Com. Records Spring '35, Sec. 12B
Class Fall '34, Serg.-at-Arms French Club '34-'35, Tennis
Team, B Track Spring '35, Chm. Armistice Day Program
'34, Washington Program Spring '35
Anthony Calvelli--Academic, Com. Athletics Feb.-June '34,
Com. Welfare Sept. '34-Feb. '35, 4 Block "S's" Football
Carlton Peregoy-Academic, Pres. 12A Class '35, Circle "S"
Football '32, '33, Block "S" '34, Circle "S" Basketball '32,
Block "S" '33, '34, Attended Garfield Jr. High, Berke-
Marion Akers-Academic, Vice-Pres. IZA '35, Sec.
Club '34, Pres. '34-'35, Reporter Hi-
istry Team Sept. '34, First Award Pic:
Award Crayon, Honorary Award B
Contest, Sacramento High '33
Jack Colberg-Academic, Secretary 12 A Class.
GOLD SEAL BEARERS '
Shizu Abe-Academic, Gold Seal, 5 Semesters Honor Schol-
arship, McNoble Latin Prize: Graduated 355 Years
Edith Chikaraishi-Academic, Gold Seal, 6 Semesters Honor
Erma J. Gaviglio-Commercial, Golcl Seal, 7 Semesters
Honor Scholarship, Sec. Commercial Eng. Club, Student
Sylvester Ghilarclucci-Vocational, Gold Seal, 7 Semesters
Honor Scholarship, junior Red Cross Rep., Cylinder
Pressman, Intertype Operator G. and T.
Esther O. Kim-Academic, Gold Seal, 6 Semesters Honor
Scholarship, Sec. Spanish Club '34, Vice-Pres. Old Eng-
lish "S" '35, Numeral, Circle, Old English "S", G. A. A.
Ex. Com. '34-'35
Rose Merchasin-Academic, Gold Seal, 5 Semesters Honor
Scholarship, Graduated in BLQ Years
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james M. Nakamura-Academicg Gold Seal, 5 Semesters
Honor Scholarshipg Treas. Japanese Club '35, C. M.
Menzies Trophy, First Award "D" Class Fall '32, Grad-
uated 3M Years
Wilma Patterson-Commercialg Gold Seal, 7 Semesters
Honor Scholarshipg Class Numeralsg Gold Medal for
Italian '33g Student Control '35
Gilbert Paulo-Commercial, Gold Seal, 7 Semesters Honor
Melva Joanne Raffo-Cominercialg Gold Seal, 7 Seinesters
Honor Scholarshipg Vice-Pres. Italian Club '34-'35, Class
Numeralsg Gold Medal for Italian '33, Staff "Lo Studente
Italiano", Merit Board 34, '35
Rose Sakata-Academicg Gold Seal, 5 Semesters Honor Schol-
arship, Graduated in 3 Years
Ai Teranishi-Academic, Gold Seal, 6 Semesters Honor
Scholarshipg Vice-Pres. Japanese Club '35, Class Numeral,
Prize Bread Essay Contest
Alfred Zuckerman-Academieg Gold Sealg 6 Semesters
Honor Scholarshipg Troubadours Spring '33, Montezuma
School '33-'34, Student Control '35
Josephine Miramontes-Academicg Class Numeralsg Orches-
tra '31-l35, Soloist Band and Orchestra Concert
Leila Sanders-Academic, Class Numeralsg Art Editor Senior
Memory Book, First Prize Water Color McKee Contest '35
Glynn johnson jr.-Academicg Block "S" 3 Years Football
Helen S. Baba-Academic, Attended Lodi High '32-,339
Highest Merit Seal.
Marie Rita Aldazabal-Commercial, 6 Semesters Honor
Scholarship, Pres. Spanish Club '34-'35g Student Control
'34, Class Numeral
Marie Alegria-Academicg Attended Pocatello High School,
Godfried Algar-Academic, Pres. Filipino Club '35g Attended
Cebu High, P. I., '25-'26, Woodland High '27, Sacra-
mento High '27
Audrey A. Allard-Academic, Class Numeralsg Lodi High
Georgette Allec-Academic, Attended St. Mary's High
Delbert Allen-Commercialg Circle "S" in Swimming, Grad-
uated in 3M Years
Pearl Anson-Commercialg Vice-Pres. Commercial English
Club '32-'33g Class Numerals
Elsie Arbanasin-Academicg Numerals
Albert S. Arca-Academic
Flora Arca-Acadcmicg Sec. Filipino Club 2 Semcstersg
Graduated in 3 Years
Dora Archibald-Academicg Prize Gravem-Inglis Bread Con-
test, Attended Hollywood High to Feb. '33, Fairfax High,
Los Angeles, Dec. '33g Graduated in 352 Yearsg Cast
Florence Arnold--Commercial, Numcrals
Walter Aungst-Academicg Attended Stanford High, Mainex
Harold Earl Austin-Academic
Roy K. Ballard-Academicg Sergeant-at-Arms, French Club,
'32-'33g French Club Playcrafters, '32-'33
Jeanne Barnett-Academic, 1 Semester Honor Scholarship:
Treas. French Club Fall '35
Rose Bartlett-Academic, Class Numeral
Barbara Beall-Academic, 3 Semesters Honor Scholarship,
Orchestra 3 Yearsg Attended Orestimba High Sept. '32-
Feb. '35, Graduated 3 Years
Barbara Betty Bear-Academicg Attended Nan-bone High
Thelma Beasley-Academicg Class Numeral
William Beauchemin-Academicg Band '34
Bob Bechthold-Academic, Graduated 356 Years
Gerald Beeman-Commercialg Treas. Commercial English
Marilynn Behre--Academicg Z Senyesters Honor Scholarship,
Graduated in 3M Years 4,rt 6
David B. Beharin-Academicg Filipino Club Fall '33, Sec.-
Treas. Fall '32 ll
Lorraine L. Beltran-Commercialg Class Numerals
Bernice Obie Berry-Commercial, Attended Trinidad High,
Sadie Blackfield-Commercialg Graduated in 32 Years
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Bob Board-Academicg 2 Circle "S's" Football, Circle "S"
in Baslcetballg Student Control Fall '34-'35
Reginald Howard Boggs-Academicg Attended Everett Jr.
High School and Mission High, San Francisco
Edward R. Booker-Commercial
Kenneth Boscacci-Academicg Pres. Tennis Club '35g 2
Block "S's" Tennisg San Joaquin County Jr. Tennis Cham-
Robert E. Broaddus-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholar-
shipg 4 Years Orchestra '31-'355 Boys' String Quartet
'34-'35g Chemistry Team '34
Juanita Brown-Commercialg Sec. Tri-Y Spring '35g Class
Minnie Brown-Academicg Class Numeral
Albina M. Budiselich-Commercialg Class Numeral
Audine Buthenuth-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholar-
shipg Graduated in 3M Years
Florilla Campbell-Academicg Attended St. Mary's High
Constance Campodonico-Academicg 2 Semesters Honor
Scholarshipg Orchestra '33-'35g Italian Bronze Medal '32g
Italian Silver Medal '33
Vernon E. Cassell-Academicg Attended Burlingame High '34
James Cates Jr.-Academic
Cecil Cave-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg
12B Pres. Fall '34g Old English "S"5 Student Control
Josephine Chiotasso--Academicg Class Numeralg Circle "S"
ae Clark-Academicg Class Numeral
Gene Claudino-Academicg Class Numeralsg Guard and
Tackle Sta ff
Douglas E. Coggin-Academicg Yell Leader Fall '32g Sec.
Hobby Club all '34g Asst. Bus. Mgr. Guard and Tackle
Fall '33g Band '3lg Drum Major Fall '3Z5 Orchestra '33
James Luis Cole-Academicg Band '34
Janet Cole-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Sec.
Spanish Club '34-'35g Student Control '34g Cast "Huckle-
Richard Cliff Collett-Academicg Band '33-'34
Margaret Lillian Confer-Commercial: Class Numerals
Felix A. Contreras-Academicg Football Circle "S"3 Orches-
trag Oakdale High '32, Tuolumne '33-'34
Paul C. Contreras-Academicg Attended Summerville Highg
Roberta R. Cook-Academicg Girls' String Quartet '34-'35g
Allen Corren-Academicg Com. of Records Sept. '33g Pres.
gan-Pacific Club '3Zg Circle "S" Basketball '3lg Rally
Rose Marie Costello-Commercial
Luella june Crampton-Commercial
Merle Curnow-Picture on page 39
Beatrice Ann Deaver-Academic: Oakdale High '3Ig Stu-
dent Control Spring '34
Dena D. Defteros-Commercialg Class Numerals
Ray Deluchi-Vocationalg Block "S" Football 3 Yearsg At-
tended Garfield Jr. High '32
Dorothy Denny-Acaclemicg Medal Gorgas Essay Contestg
Attended Springfield High, Missouri, zn Years
Lois Marjorie Denton-Commercialg Class Numerals
Howard Dickson-Academicg Serg.-at-Arms Latin Club '33
Robert Dewar--Picture on page 39
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Bob Donaldson-Academicg Student Control '35
Clarence Dooly-Academicg Attended Placer High '31-'32g
Gertrude Drugg-Academicg Attended Franklin High, New
Lawrence Henry Du Frane-Academic
Hazel Earl-Academicg Troubadours Z Yearsg Attended
Berkeley High '32-'33
Merle Eisenhart-Academicg Attended University High
School, Oakland, '33-'34
Roberta Epperson-Acadcmicg Attended Santa Rosa High
Emestine M. Erickson-Academicg Attended Modesto High
Lillian Marie Errccart-Commercialg 2 Scmesters Honor
Scholarshipg Class Numeral, Circle "S"
Tony Espanola-Acadcmicg Pres. Filipino Clul: '325 Circle
"S" Trackg Znd Prize Essay
Joe Fierro-Cqmmer' ialg Asst. Adv. Mgr. and Promotion
Mgr, G. and TTY!!-'35g Adv. Mgr. Memory Book '35
Dorothy Loiree Fitzgerald-Acadcmicg Attended Linden
Bill Flack-S-vocationalg Attended Continuation High '31,
Imperial High '33g California Junior Republic '34
Dorothy V. Flintjer-Academicg Orchestra 252 Yearsg Grad-
uated in 392 Years
Tung S. Fong-Academicg Attended Winters High '27-'29,
'32-'33g Lingnan University Branch Overseas School
Erylene Jane Forster-Academicg Alhambra Union Highg
Josephine Gertrude Freni-Commercialg Class Numerals
Agnes Y. Fujishige-Academic
Afton Adele Gaddy-Academic
Elwood Gannon-Academic and Vocationalg Winters High
Florence Emily Gaskill-Commercial, Class Numeral
Control '33-'34, Italian Night Drama '34
Ida Elvira Ghiglieri-Academic
Bernice M. Gilgert-Academic, Class Numeral
Rubye Gillies-Academic, Beairer High, Utah, Fall '34
Jugui-tha Walker Glenn III-Academic, Sacramento High l
Yearg.Cast " uclcleberry Finn."
Bill GISBM- ca
Elizabeth Goodman-Academic, Troubadours '31 '32
Eva Rose Gotelli-Commercialg Class Numeral
Bob Grady-Academieg Serg.-at-Arms Hi-Y Club '34-,35
Helen Louise Graves--Commercialg Attended St. lVlary's
Doris Greenig-Commercial, Attended East High, Salt
Lake City, '32,
Arthur S. Groft-Academicg Block "S" Footballg Student
Control ,35g Attended Lodi High '31-'33g Cast "Huckle-
Ray Grosse--Academic, lst Band '31-'323 Znd Band '32-'33
Frances Grove-Commercial, Class Numeral
Frieda G. Grunberg-Commercial
Grattan J. Guerin-Academic: Attended Lowell High, S. F.,
Lorraine A. Guerrero-Commercial, Class Numeral
Bernice A. Hagicos-Commercial, Vice-Pres. Commercial
Eng. Club, Spring '33, Class Numeral, Student Control,
Mary jane Hall-Commercialg Attended Analy Union High,
Sebastopol, 3 Years
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William Hamu-Cnmmercialg Asst, Adv. Mgr. '33-'34, Pro-
motion Mgr. G. and T. '353 Band '32-'353 Graduated 3M
Jean Loeen Harris-Acaclemicg Pres. Playcrafters Spring '35g
1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg Sec. Student Control
'34-'35g Member '33-'35g Delegate to Girls' League Con-
Mitsuko Hata-Academicg Attended Linden High ZW Years
Honor Roll in Linden
George M. Hatanaka-Academicg Courtland High ,31-'325
Rio Vista '32-'34
Lucy Hawley-Academicg V.-Pres. Social Service Club '34-'35
Kenneth Hench-Academicg Student Control ,35
Lucille E. Hickman-Commercialg Class Numeral
Norman Higgins-Academicg Exchange Ed. G. and T. '34-'35
Murray Hill-Academicg American Legion Baseball Team
Leroy E. Hixson-Academic
Geraldine Alice Holden-Academicg Class Numeral
Edwin W. Holmes-Academic
Mary Holmes-Acaclemicg Troubadours '33-'35
Neal Howard-Academicg Reporter on G. and T. Weekly
June Yvonne Huff-Academicg Graduated in 3M Yearsg
Student Control '35 .
Herbert Isetti-Vocational, Intertype Operator G. and T.
june Ishii-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg lst
Place Design, Haggin Arc Ccmtestg Rio Vista High '31-'33g
Courtland High '34
Grace K. Ishilrawa-Academicg 4 Semesters Honor Scholar-
ship, Historian German Club '34
Everett H. Judge-Academic
Margaret Jorgensen-Academicg Cast l'Huckleberry Finn."
Muriel Jones-Picture on page 39.
Kathleen Loretta Kaler-Academic, Class Numerals
Arlis S. Kaneda-Academicg 4 Semesters Honor Scholarship,
Sec. Japanese Club '34, Shakespearean Contest
Curzon Kay-Academic, Band, Orchestra 4 Yearsg Sacra-
mento High '31-'34
Dorothy Kelly-Academic, Class Numerals
Marie Catherine Kelly--Academic
James A. Kennedy-Vocational
Richard Kennedy-Academic, Vice-Pres. Students, Richmond
High '3Zg Attended Richmond High '32-Feb. '35
Kenneth Kerner-Academicg Track '35g Attended Colfax
High, Wash., '31
Fred O. Kim-Academic, Lincoln Jr. High, Sacramento, '31
Hugh Kirby-Academic, Orchestra, Merced High ,32-'34
William Kit-kman-Academic, 3 Semesters Honor Scholar-
ship, Troubaclour Accompanist '345 Orchestra '33-'34
Eldon Kitterman-Academic, Staff G. and T., Custodian '32,
Mgr. Swimming Team '35, Block "S's" in Swimming
Herbert Kitto-Academic, Sec. Science Club '35, Rally
Corinne Kluckhohn-Academic, Ames High, Iowa, '32-'34.
Ruth Knapp--Academic, Class Numeralsg Hayward High '31
.g g Hill
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Ben Kubota-Commercialg 5 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg
Pres. Japanese Club ,34
Le Roy Leale-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg
Pres. Italian Club '33-'34g Cast Italian Playsg Editor "Lo
Helen Leisering-Academicg Z Semesters Honor Scholarshipg
Sec. German Club '33-'34g Class Numerals
Eliser Lebin-Picture on Page 39
jack Leonesio-Acaclemicg Ione High '31
Esther Virginia Lubin-Commercialg Class Numerals
Margaret Maddox-Academicg Fairfax High, Los Angeles,
Melvin Lucchetti4Picture on page 39
Carmen Madrid-Academicg Band '35g Orchestra 33-355
Rio Vista High '31-'33
Mildred Marconi-Acndemicg Class Numerals
Eunice Marengo-Academicg Class Numeralsg Girls' Sport
Editor G. and T. '35, Exchange Editor '34
Angelina Mariani-Commercialg Class Numeral
Marylee Marsh--Acaclemicg Class Numerals
Rachel Martin-Academicg 2 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg
Sec.-Treas. Philophysean Club '34-35
Wilson Mattingly-Vocationalg 1 Semester Honor Scholar-
Mildred McGinley-Acaclemicg Class Numerals
Ella Mclntire-Academics Class Numeralsg Latin Award
George Meeker-Acadelxxicg Sec. Hi-Y at Tranquility '33-'343
Tennisg Class C Football Long Beach Polyg Cast in Oper-
etta at Tranquilityg Bakersfield High Sept, '34-March '35g
Long Beach Polytechnic '32-'33
Inez Mcnrlaro-Commercialg Class Numeralsg Italian Night
Georgia Metaxas-Coxnmercialg Class Numeral
Frances Metcalf-Academicg Class Numeralsg Cast "Huckle-
berry Finn "
Cornelius Meyer-Academicg Band '32-'35
Josephine T. lVliniaci--Commercial
Rue Vivian Minor-Commercialg Z Semesters Honor Schol-
arshipg Sturges Junior High, San Bernardino, '32
Bettie Moore-Academicg Pres. Tri-Y '35g Class Numerals
Sherman J. Moore Jr.-Commercialg Block "S"
Presley Moore?Acadenxicg Ramona High '31-'32
Marjorie Morris-Acadelnicg Graduated 316 years
Harold W. Moyle-Academicg Sonora High '31
Leslie Moyle--Acaclemicg Alameda High '33
Emiko Nakamura-Commercialg Class Numerals
Carl Nelson Jr.-Academic
Douglas Nelson-Acaclemicg First Prize Latin, Spring '31
john Nelson-Academicg News Editor G. and T. '34, Sport
Editor B55 Drum Major, Band, '34g Drum Corps '32-'33g
Quill and Scroll
Lois Marie Nelson-Academicg Graduated an Yarra
Dessie Newton-Acaclemicg Class Numeralsg Spanish Club
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Dorothy Nichols-Academic, Attended Arco High, Idaho,
John N ishimoto-Academic
Wilma C. Nollie-Commercial, Class Numeral
Harold R. Nye-Academic, Ferndale Union High
Esther S. Ogasawara-Academic, 4 Semesters Honor Scholar-
ship, Pres. Japanese Club, '35
Jiro Okinaga-Vocationalg Commercial
Esther Jackie Ong-Commercial, 2 Semesters Honor Schol-
arshipg Sec.-Treas, Chinese Club Spring '34, Pres. Chinese
Club '35, Old English "S"g Attended Pittsburg High
School '3lg Student Control '35
Lily Oshima-Academicg 5 Semesters Honor Scholarship,
Sec. Japanese Club '34, Circle, Class Numerals
Jeanne Owens-Academic, Graduated 3M Years
Helen Patterson-Academic, Pres. Social Service Club '35
Roy Phillips-Academic, 2 Circle "S's"g Band '31-'33g Student
Raymond Pierini-Commercialg Block "S" Football
Vicente A. Pinuela-Academic
Phyllis Piraino-Commercial, 3 Semesters Honor Scholar-
ship, Class Numeralsg Italian Award '33
Hazel K. Poole-Commercial, Class Numeral
Susan Marie Predagne-Commercial, Class Numeral
Gladys jeselyn Prouty-Commercial
Richard Pugmire--Academic, South High, Salt Lake City,
Helen Purin-Academicg Vice-Pres. Tri-Y Fall '34
Thelma Rallios-Commercialg Class Numeral
Valerie E. Ramoni-Commercialg Z Semesters Honor Schol-
arslxipg Class Numeralg Swimming Mgr. '31
Hertha Rausch-Academicg Vice-Pres. junior Red Cross '34-
'35g Class Numeralg Student Control '353 Cast "Huckle-
Lynn W. Reed-Academic
Bernice Repctti-Commercialg 2 Semesters Honor Scholar-
sl1ip5 Old English "S"3 Class Numerals
Noel L. Riffe-Commercialg Pres. Harmonica Club '35
Adele Roberti-Commercialg Graduated in Bk Years
Boots Roberts-Academicg Graduated 395 Years
Helen Vivian Roclstrom-Cummercialg Class Numerals
Eva Marie Rosselli-Commercialg Class Numerals
Nadyne Rossi-Academicg St. Max-y's High '31
Dan Rubin-Acaclemicg Z Block "S's", Circle "S" Basketball
Gladys Sanguinetti-Academicg Class Numerals
Violet Santana-Academicg Notre Dame High '31, Santa
Clara High '32-'33
Herman Sagiro-Academicg Rally Com. '325 Tennis Team
'31-'33g lock "S" Tennis
Emma Schiebelhut-Academicg Custodian German Club '34-
'35g Sec. German Club '35g Central Union High '31
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Charles Schwartzler-Academicg Band '32-'35 4
Josephine Scott-Academicg 3 Semesters Honor Scholarshipg
Lodi High Fall '32g Porterville High Spring '32
Harlow E. Scribner-Academicg Pres. Hi-Y ,355 Circle "S"
Glen Shaljian-Academicg Drum and Bugle Corps '34
Evelyn Eldora Shankel-Academicg Pres. Stamp Club '34-'35,
Sec.-Treas. Spring '34g Pres. Old English "S" '34-,355
Class Numeralg Circle and Old English "S's"g Band 35
jean Kiyo Shimasaki-Acaclemic .,.
Yukiko Shimasaki-Academicg Graduated in 3 Years
Evamay Shore-Academicg Graduated in 356 Years
Eugene Short-Acaclemicg Student Control Fall '34: Grad-
uated in 3M Years
Catherine Ann Silvy-Academicg Vice-Pres. Girls' Science
Club Fall '34g Richmond Junior High Fall '31
Kathleen Simmonds-Commercialg Vice4Pres. 12B Class '34g
Class Numeralsg G. A. A. Ex.-Com. Spring '32
Wilson G. Slater-Academicg Circle "S" in Track
Ernest St. Clair-Acadexnicg Graduated in BM Yearsg Albu-
querque High '30-'33
Jean Steele-Academic ,
Dorothy Steiny-Academicg Vice-Pres. Social Service Club
Alfred Stetson-Academicg Block "S" Football '33, ,341 Stu-
dent Control '34-'35
Leonard N. Stetson-Academicg Drum Corps '31-'32
Sam Stobie-Academicg Circle "S" Foorballg Student Con-
Russell A. Sykes-Academic
Clair Tatton-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg
Speaker Armistice Day and Washington-Lincoln Pro-
gramsg Cast "Huckleberry Finn."
Jack B. Tesch-Academicg Art Editor G. and T.
Thelma Ruth Tracy--Commercialg Pres. Tri-Y Fall '34g Class
Margaret Lee Trotter--Commercial
Ben Tsutomu Tsuclama-Academicg Graduated BK Yearsg
Sergfat-Arms Japanese Club Spring '34
Mary Tsurumoto-Commercialg Class Numerals
Hisalcu Tsutsui-Commercialg Class Numeral:
Bill Tucker--Commercial and Vocationalg Z Block "S's"
Swimmingg San Jose High ,33
Jack Tulloch-Academicg Block "S" Football '34, Circle "S"
'33g Orchestra '34-'35g Oakdale High '32-'33
Gear e K.U eda-Acaclcmicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg
Block "S" Football '3-43 Lodi High 2 Years
Alma Vachina-Commercialg Class Numerals
Warren Van Vlear-Academicg Z Semesters Honor Scholar-
shipg Chairman Scholarship Com. Fall '34
jess G. Vitek-Academic
Alice Athol Vote-Acadclnicg
Treas. Tri-Y '34-'35
Vice-Pres. Tri-Y '35
Marjorie West-Academicg l Semester Honor Scholarshipg
Sec, Madrigals '33g Sec. Spanish Club '335 Vice-Pres. Junior
Music Club '34g Orchestra 3 Years
Virginia Weston-Acadeinic: 5 Semesters Honor Scholar-
shipg Sec. Social Service Club '34-'35
Elsie Wictorin-Acadenmicg 2 Semesters
Clair Wilbur Jr.-Academic
Frank Wong-Acadexnicg Vice-Pres. Chinese Club '34-'35
Stella Yonemura-Academicg Social Chairman Japanese Club
'355 Class Numerals
Tom Yonenalca-Academicg Lincoln High, Los Angeles
Masako Yoshima-Commercialg Class Numeral
Setsuyo Yoshimi-Commercialg l Semester Honor Scholar-
shipg Class Numeral
1 Semester Honor Scholar-
shipg Attended High School and Commercial College in
Fred Fulton Jr.-Academic
Muriel F. jones-Academic
Mel Guy Lucchetti-Academic
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Simeon Harrington-Vocationalg Attended Manreca High
Jeanne E. Katberg-Commercialg Circle "S"g Class Numerals
Dave Ken-win-Academicg Block "S" Baslcerballg Menzies
Awardg Traclcg Cathedral High, Los Angeles, '31-'33
Marjorie Kesterson-Acaclemicg Chico High '32-Feb. '35
Hay.-uko Park-Academicg 1 Semester Honor Scholarshipg
Graduated 35 Yearsg Vice-Pres. Class '323 Commerce
High, S. F., '33g Girls' High to Feb. '35
I Science and Commercial Building
Helen Trulson-Acadernicg Class Numerals
February Class Play
HE HOUSE is packed. Excitement reigns
out front as well as back stage. In a
few moments the curtain will rise on
the first act of "A Lady Laughs," the Feb-
ruary class of 1935's dramatic presentation.
This year, instead of the usual comedy or
mystery thriller, the seniors put on an en-
tirely different type of play, the sophisti-
Leone Renwick's hard, up-hill climb to
reach the social position she desired regard-
less of anything which might stand in her
way is depicted. She says of her childhood,
"I was born of reluctant parents on the
wrong side of the tracks. The name was
Ryan-good old 'shanty Irish' name. I was
told by hopeful relatives that the only way
out of the 'cabbage patch' lay in marriage-
a rich marriage. The only men in my neigh-
borhood were the kind who married young
and expected their wives to support them-
selves." This advice and some experience
she had gained along the way led to her
ultimate marriage with Henry Renwick, a
stuffy banker who lived in a house filled
with family portraits and traditions. Her
past returns in the guise of Marian Fortune,
a visitor at the home of Catherine Crane,
a dear friend of Leone. A boarding school
romance of Marian's had been wrecked by
Leone, who had considered her affair with
Larry Court, Marian's sweetheart, as a mere
flirtation. Larry, in desperation, had com-
Ten years later Marian, now a settle-
ment worker, finds her chance for revenge
has come. Leone is having an affair with
Geoffrey Trent, a young architect, and she
wishes to divorce Henry. Hoping to use
Marian for her own purpose, Leone pretends
to love Henry above everything. Catherine
tries to warn Leone that her plan to make
Henry and Marian fall in love will turn out
disastrously, but to no avail.. As Leone is
exulting because she has discovered Marian
and Henry in each other's arms, Catherine
enters with a note from Marian, who has
left to return to New York. The note con-
tains the news that Geoffrey and Marian
have married. Henry has discovered Leone's
duplicity and leaves her, taking with him
the wealth and position for which he stood.
Leon's world crashes around her as she real-
izes that her schemes have gone awry. A
bit of good comedy is introduced by the
supercilious butler and the charming French
maid, both of whom adore Henry and resent
Leone's presence in Henry's home.
Bill Rundle, February Class
I was alone, and it came.
Fear! blind, unreasoning fear!
Not of life or the future,
Not of God or Hell.
No, fear of heaven!
The worst fear of all:
The fear that there can be
Not even in heaven.
Then, a beautiful melody,
A rainbow of the soul,
And fear was not!
June Class Play
N MAY 31, the Senior class presented
its play, "Huckleberry Finn," in the
High School Auditorium. The usual
run of Senior plays recently has been mys-
teries or comedies, but "Huckleberry Finn"
was chosen because of its unusual com-
bination of drama, as well as for its suitabil-
ity to high school audiences. Mark Twain
was originally responsible for the humorous
account of youth's strange enterprises in-
fluenced by old superstitions of slaves in
the middle of the 19th century.
One of the gripping incidents in the
Senior play, "Huckleberry Finnf, occurred
when Huck had fallen heir to some money.
His father, a good-for-nothing drunkard,
tricked the boy into his swamp home. By
beating Huck, he thought he had finally
forced him to turn over the money. How
Huckleberry Finn, the true American boy,
tricked his ignorant father made a story in
Robert Peckler played the title role as
the prank-playing, fun-loving Huckleberry
Finn. His constant companion, Tom Saw-
yer, was portrayed by Walker Glenn. John
Finn, Huck's father, who was converted
from a carousing drunkard to a law-abiding
citizen, was played by Arthur Groft. Mar-
garet jurgensen played the kind-hearted but
"so nervous" Aunt Polly. There was young
Aunt Ruth, played by Hertha Rausch, who
was courted by the handsome Fred Ray-
mond, taken by Clair Tatton. Mary Jane,
the youngster who laughed throughout the
play and knew everything that was going
on in town before any one else did, was
depicted by Janet Cole. Melba White, the
overly superstitious negro maid of the Wat-
son household, was the part taken by Anna
Knapp. The Deaconess of the church, a
typical spinster named Clara Woppinger,
was played by Frances Metcalf. Her younger
sister, the irrepressible Amy, whom she dom-
Lnages absolutely, was taken by Dora Archi-
Robert Broaddus, June Class
I wrote my name in the mist,
And it swept on into the steamy morn.
I mused under n fog-blurred moon,
And a great Wing'd bird swooped out of l
And snatched up my dream
To fix it on a thorn.
I wove long shafts of sun
Into a blanket to cover me,
And I was cheered and warm.
March of Time
Scbool Year of 1934-1935
EPT. 4, 1934-Once more familiar sights
reached our eyes as term of confinement
began. Guides were beseiged by a host
of bewildered nfreshiesi' everywhere.
Time Marches On.
Oct. 3-Our new Student Body Presi-
dent, Albert Lynde was presented with the
gavel. Oct. 12-With a score of 12-6 Stock-
ton proved herself eligible for the C. I. F.
championship by defeating Sacramento in a
most exciting football game. Oct. Z0-Girls,
girls, and more girls were seen on our campus
at the Girls' League Convention here. Dr.
Aurelia Reinhardt of Mills College was the
Time Marches On.
Nov. 15-An Armistice Day program
by Miss Green's public speaking class was
presented with music by Troubadours and
orchestra. Nov. 18-Here's a feather in
Lodi's cap. In the annual Tarzan-Flame
battle, Lodi came out ahead, with the score
19-0. Need anything more be said?
Time Marches On.
Dec. 18-Ask your ma
For a big fruit jar,
And then advance
To the Tin Can Dance.
Rhymes like this heralded the approach of
our Benefit Christmas Dance. Dec. 18-
The music department presented a Christ-
mas program, with Rev. Noel J. Breed as
guest speaker, music furnished by the Trou-
badours and orchestra.
Time Marches O11.
Q Jan. 11, 1935-A drama entitled "A
Lady Laughs" was the senior play presented
by the February graduates-a sophisticated
theme with clever lines. Jan. 18-Sacra-
mento evened the last football game by walk-
ing away with a score of 26-20 in basketball.
Jan. 24-Robert Peckler was elected Student
Body president for the spring term. Jan.
29-At a clever imitation of a radio broad-
cast the Class Day of the February graduates
was marked a tremendous success. jan. 30-
192 graduates bade farewell to their Alma
Mater at the exercises held in the Civic Audi-
Time Marches On.
Feb. 21--Miss Green's public speaking
class gave a Washington-Lincoln program
with music by Troubadours and band.
Time Mmfcbes On.
March 8-A great success was claimed
the Spanish Program given for Scholarship
Time Marches On.
April 9-Pomona College Glee Club out-
did itself at an enjoyable program to raise
money for our band uniforms. April 9-
Arlis Kaneda and Robert Peckler were chosen
to represent us in the Shakespearian contest
at Modesto. April 11--Open House-the
annual occasion when mother and father be-
come better acquainted with Willie's school
life. April IS-Easter vacation-how good
it felt to us hard working students!
Time Marches On.
May 18-At the Music Festival directed
by Alfred Hertz, Herbert L. Clarke, and
Charles M. Dennis, 700 students gave a de-
lightful program. May 29-"Sign my book"
was a familiar cry throughout the campus
when Memory Books came out. May 31-
A red letter day of the year! "Huckleberry
Finn" the senior play of the June class was
presented hilariously and successfully. And
that enjoyable fete, the School Carnival, was
held in the afternoon. Long may it live!
Time Marches Ou.
June 15-Class day was held as a tercen-
tenary celebration of the founding of public
secondary schools in America. June 21-
Almost 400 graduates bade farewell to their
school at the Civic Auditorium.
Time Mnrcbes On.
HE oldest organization of the school,
"The Girls' League," was organized in
1916 and called "The Girls' Associa-
tion" until 1927, when the name was
changed to "Girls' League." The policy of
the League has been to help girls to get
acquainted and to enjoy themselves. Under
this policy they have given student dances,
entertainments, Freshman receptions, and
many other programs.
One of the most important events of
the past year was the Girls' League conven-
tion at which Jean Swenson, fall president
of the League and also the president of thc
Girls' League Bay Federation, presided. The
general theme was "The Challenge of Leis-
ure," and the round table discussions, the
luncheon talks, and the afternoon address
by Dr. Reinhardt made it an outstanding
event. Anna Knapp, president for the spring
semester, has made the monthly meetings
very entertaining, among the best being an
hour's program given by the faculty women.
GUARD AND TACKLE
HE GUARD AND TACKLE is published
weekly during the school year except
after vacations and the first and last
weeks of the term. The purpose of the paper
is to present school news and to support
school projects. This year four Literary
Leaflets have been issued. In these, the best
compositions and poems submitted from
English classes are printed. Senior leaders on
OMPARED to the girls' sports programs
of other high schools, Stockton High
can be well proud of its own, as many
more games are available here than at other
schools. During the first three years all
girls learn tumbling, tennis, archery, volley
ball, basketball, speed ball, field ball, hockey,
long ball, bounce ball and baseball, besides
many games of low organization. Recrea-
tional sports, as deck-tennis, paddle-tennis,
handball, and ping pong, have been added to
the senior girls' list-all of which have prov-
en to be popular during lunch periods with
boys as well as girls. These senior classes en-
gaged in a noon time deck-tennis and horse-
shoe tournament the latter part of March,
the winners of each class playing off the
finals to determine the champions. The F. G.
Tollitt Trophy for girls, presented each year
the weekly staff for fall term were Charles
Parsons, head of editorial boardg Barbara
DuBrutz, business manager, and Margaret
Lefeverg for the spring term Bill Gealey,
editor, John Nelson, sports, Jack Tesch,
cartoonsg Marjorie Cunningham, William
Harms and Joe Fierro, business staff, Eunice
Marengo, girls' sports, and Norman Higgins,
SPORTS auf- '
to winners of the singles elimination tour-
nament, was awarded Jean Swenson. The
Wednesday afternoon social dancing group
for fifty junior and senior boys and girls
has developed very fine dancers under the
direction of Miss Frances Sheltman.
OLD ENGLISH "S" SOCIETY
RIDAY swimming parties at special rates
were organized in April at the Olympic
Baths under instruction of Miss Persis
XVhitton and sponsored by the Old English
"S" Society. April 6, ten girls took part in
Play Day at Sacramento, and April 27 forty-
five girls enjoyed Play Day at Lodi. Games
were volley ball, baseball, archery, swim-
ming, and tennis. After the sports every-
one enjoyed a swim in the Lodi pool.
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