Stockton High School - Guard and Tackle Yearbook (Stockton, CA)
- Class of 1936
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Text from Pages 1 - 98 of the 1936 volume:
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ENIOR MEN1ORlES thrs year IS beheved to be a
happy medlum between the large, expenslve
Vearbooks and those smaller ones pubhshed dur
mg the past three years It IS mtended that th1s
Annual glV6 students somethmg tang1ble wxth
Whlch they may 1n the future rev1ve memorles
of thelr hlgh school days wlth thenr frlends and
acquamtances For th1s reason the most mter
estmg and lmportant school events are presented
both on the snapshot pages and 1n the Wrlte ups
Wrtlm thls 1n mmd the staff offers the 1936 lssue
of Sennor Memorles to those enrolled IH the Stock
ton Hrgh School, hopmg It wrll rn the future
recall pleasant hours of the school vear To low
er classmen who purchase thls book, It wlll gne
much pleasure as they wlll find many plctures
of thelr frlends and favornte act1v1t1es It IS de
sxred that th1s Annual wlll gam enough success
to become a tr1d1t1on to those undergraduates
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FEBRUARY CLASS HISTORY
OUR years ago 273 freshmen flooded the
halls and campus of Stockton Hugh
School They were greeted w1th a barrage
of Wheres your elevator t1cket7 Get off
the lawn two shades of green don t blend
well together ordered to wear tags so they
could be d1st1ngu1shed from the grass that
caused them to stop and wonder nf they real
ly wanted to be consrdered as lntelhgent per
sons after all However they Hnally settled
down to buslness and the February Class of
36 endeavored to leave 1tS mark on the
school As a reward 179 students wlth
measured tread and heads held hlgh FCCCIN
ed dlplomas on the stage of the Clvlc Audr
Those who left then' personal mark on
the hrstory were many and y armed each fol
lowmg the field he was most sulted for so
the d1es were cast for the mouldrng of hon
ors Among those who were scholastlcally
mlnded we haye ohn Blllones Italo Grlllo
Umeko Tateyama and Merle Trayer rece1v
mg gold seals on the1r drplomas ent1tl1ng
them to l1fe membershxp 1n the Cahfornxa
Scholarshlp Federatlon Many students also
recelved gold mer1t seals on thtlr d1plomas
certxfynng that they had been good cltxzens
and had accomphshed outslde work that
helped to benefit the school
The athletes who recexved the hard
worked for glory 1n sports were many
Among them was a star who excelled nn three
sports Italo Grlllo Italo was noted for h1s
ablhty rn football h1s brllhance ln basket
ball and h1s sk1ll 1n track He estabhshed
a record rn the shot put that stands at thrs
very moment H15 team mates ln football
were ohn Arrazola Irv1ng Baucom Irv1ng
Bennett Frank Bonf1ho Lou1s Denton1
B111 Papas Armando Parne and Rex Tan
berg Those who starred wlth hmm 1n bas
ketball were Irvmg Baucom ames ohns
ton and Harry Kramar Bob Kenyon cov
ered hlmself wlth honors ln pole yaultlng
and lmmy Hammond represented the
school 1n tenms
Desrrmg to be governed by a capable
hand the class as 12B s chose 1m Hammond
pres1dent Harold WllllS XICC pres1dent and
Lee Duffield secretary ThCjOUfH3l1SI1C3l
ly mchned were Augusta Bengs Maryorle
Cunn1ngham Claude Montgomery and B111
Scantlebury B111 and Augusta were mem
bers of the honor socrety Qurll and Scroll
Augusta sexvlng a term as pres1dent of that
well known socleta Golng on to th flnal
stage or to the coveted t1tle of IZA s the
class was represented by the followmg oih
eers pres1dent Lee Duffield uce presxdent
'Vlercedes Perkms secretary Florence Boyes
XVh1le puttlng the fimshmg touches on thelr
educatxon the class gave a senxor soc1al Th1s
1ncluded a dlnner followed by a dance and
was rntended to create a feehng of fellowshrp
among the sen1o1s and all agree that nt was
a success Along wlth class act1v1t1es a few
entered school government Chfford Trot
ter a very capable student and outstandmg
III personahty was elected pres1dent of the
Student Body Jean Crary was pres1dent of
the Glrls League Merle Tray er vrce presl
dent of the Gnrls League and 1mm1e Bro
kaw pohshed the trophnes as custod1an
In the field of musnc a few excelled 1n
therr classes Harold WllllS and Bob Rld
dell fiddled thexr way to fame whlle lee
Dufheld blew h1s on the trumpet accom
pan1ed by Carroll Dretze and Alfred Dou
badours were arded by the slngmg of Flor
ence Boy es Margaret DeVoss Merle Trayer
and Chfford Trotter Graduatron t1me rol
led around wrth the 12B s cooperatmg wxth
those graduatlng 1n g1v1ng one of the most
enjoyed senlor proms The class play Grow
1ng Pams was presented to the amusement
and admlratlon of all who saw rt It proved
to be one of the most successful plays pre
sented ln years
Class day was featured by a sklt entltled
The Last Round Up Composed of songs
and speeches character1zed by the carefree
eovs boy Splflt the class lnstory was FCVIGW
ed Thls was cl1maxed by the deposltlng of
n emorles 1n a box to retam the fame for
years to come The elass plate was lald by
I resldent Lee Duffield and all yomed IH smg
mg Hall Blue and Whlte
Cn commencement mght Harold W1lllS
and Merle Trayer gave two yery rmpresslve
speeches the d1plomas were handed out lean
Crary was glven the Bausch and Lomb SC1
entnfic Medal and thus the class was duly
chrxstened Hugh School Graduates
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FEBRUARY Sl NTUR PL Y
HE play GFOWIHU Parns , by Auranra
Rouverol presented by the February,
1936 graduatrng class of Stockton Hrgh
School, drrected by Lours Vannuccrnr
The plot Frfteen year old Terry Mc
Intyre rs oust d from playrng boys games
wrth the boys She rmmedrately turns to
hrgh heels and puppy love Seventeen year
old George Mclntyre speaks long and loudly
on the joys of gettrng a grrl who rs good to
her mother, and rmmedrately rs ensnared by
the worst flrrt rn town
From then on the story concerns rtself
wrth the efforts of tnese two young people
to obtarn the person th y desrre Wh n
Prudence Darlrng object of George s affec
trons, turns her wrles on Brran, object of
Terrys both brother and srster wonder
whrch way to turn Th rr parents, Profes
sor and Mrs Mclntyre, try to undersand
therr offsprrng and help them through these
drfllcultres Usually they sueceed rn mak
rng George and Terry even more bewrldered
The play enels nreely wrth George wrth
1 new blonde to worry over, Terry back to
roller skates and skrnned knees, the Professor
abs nt mrnded as usual, and Mrs Mclntyre
deerdrng rt 15 best to let nature take rts cours
Fl he players, lest we forget
Qlrfford Trotter as George agreerng to
take to hrs party Betty Puhrmann as a strff
homely be spectacled, hen pecked daugh
ter, Clrff wrth the prece of pop corn rn hrs
recently un tonsrled throat, when he came
runnrng madly rn wrthout hrs pants, to see
tnem rn the hands of Betty the look of cha
grrn, outraged manhood, and sorrow whrch
covered hrs countenance when hrs flrst love
told hrm he was much too young'
M rle Trayer as Terry sobbrng her heart
out because she could no longer be a tom
boy, when she refused a supper dance, be
cause she had already had her supper , the
way she trred to rmrtate Prudence, and rnver
gle Brran rnto payrng her ccmplrments, end
rng wrth a krss, her contrnuous chatter at
breakfast after George had been rn yarl for
a few hours
Bernrce Ross as gray harred Mrs Mcln
tyre endeayorrng to explarn to her husband
that adolescents must be let alone so that
they mav have self earpressron , Bernrces
look of horro and pretended rndrfference
when she fr ds Terry and Brran rn an em
b ace, her flurry and worry at the party
tryrng to keep e re guests accounted for
Harold Wrllrs as Proressor Mclntyre, lost
to the world and repeatrng Turn rt off
turn rt off , thmkrng the squabblrng of hrs
ch rdren rs the radro, hrs look of complete
drsgust and drsnevelment Wnen he spat out,
Lrttle savages"' fm refer nce to George
and Terryl hrs coyness and befuddlement
upon n trne P1 udenee
Florenee Boyes as Prud nee Drrlrng,
d1ITlJll1ll , and drawlrnv her favorrte expres
sron, 'Don t flatter me, you ll mak me self
conscrous Florenee tryrng to use her charm
on tne tr rffrc er nce , to no ava1l,h r constant
use of b by talk and Prudence rnstead of
lawrence Wfauvlr as Prran, surprrsed rt
ferry s rnsrstane that sl b mrere lt ve to,
Lawrence rnnoc rtly talerng away Prudence,
to the brother s and srster s drsgerst Doro
try bar' s Patty bern very rossessrve o
Lutch , ner change cf attrtude after she
rs Omar the stutterrng orphan, hrs attempt
rt e re rrng George when he sard rnour nfully
W ell, at l l least you don t s s s s stutter ,
Darrel Kale as Dutch , and hrs efforts
tr s rye George advrce abt ut gorng steady
frth a Urrl Florrne Buoy as ane, usrng her
hands to talk and cerselessly chattermg
Irnrmy Brokaw rs the tralhc ofhcer bluster
mg and errrorcrng the law Mary P1121 as
the mard Helen Me rd as the domrneerrng
mother of Betty runrmann Marjorre Cun
nrngham as Vry ran, the blonde 1n Clrff s lrfe
The Staff Patrrera Carson had charge
of the a lv rtr 1 Angelo Del Barba atrend
ed to th stage, Dorothy Aulwurm as lrbra
1 ran gay e the actors therr cues, Carroll Dretz
was rn charge of all the propertres, Maryorre
Currnrraejlrarn yy rtehed o rt for the Hnances,
and Vleryl T homan gave the perblrcrtv to
The extr rs Addrtronal senrors were grv
en parts rn the play to 1111 out rn the party
scene They wer Brll Schmrdt Mercedes
Perkrns Mrurree Colby Bob Mrloslavrch
Llarence Denser, and Augusta Bengs
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CLIFFORD A TROTTER-Commercxal Student
Body Pres 35 36 Pres Playcrafters 35 36 Trou
badours 34 36 Cast Semor Play Growing Palns
Rally Com 3 5
JEAN E CRARY Academlc Pres Gxrls League
Fall 35 Circle Numeral Large and Small Letters
O1dEngl1sh S Member Old Englxsh S 34 35
Student Control Fall 35 Tled for Hlghest ln Merxts
MARJORIE L CUNNINGHAM-Comlnerclal
One Sem Honor Sclxolarslup Asst Adv Mgr G
and T 34 Bus Mgr 35 Cast Senior Play Grow
mg Pams Adv Mgr Senlor Play
LEE DUFFIELD Academlc Merlt Seal Sec IZB
Class Pres IZA Class Band 32 35 Cast of
Senior Play Growxng Palns
MERCEDES PERKINS Academlc Merlt Seal Vxce
Pres IZA Class Class Numerals Student Control
FLORENCE BOYES Academlc Ser and Treas of
12A Class 35 Class Numerals Troubadours 33
35 Cast Senlor Play Growmg Pams
JOHN BILLONIES Academlc Gold Seal Sem
Honor Scholarshlp Clrcle S Track 35 Art
Editor Annual Graduated ln 3V Years
ITALO GRILLO Vocatxonal Academlc Gold Seal
5 Sem Honor Scholarshlp Merxt Seal 2 Sem Com
AIl'll9I1CS 34 35 r Red Cross Rep 33 r Rotar
lan 35 Block S 3 Years Football 4 Years Bas
ketball 3 Years Track School Record 51 ft Shot
Put 35 Capt Football Team 35 Student Control
32 Graduated ln 3V Years Hxghest Boys Merlt
UMEKO TATEYAMA Academlc Gold Seal 5
Sem Honor Scholarshlp
MERLE TRAYER Commerclal Gold Seal 7 Sem
Honor Scholarshlp Merxt Seal Vlce Pres Girls
League 35 Rally Committee 35 Old Engllsh S
Clrcle 36 Troubadours 34 35 Cast Senlor Play
Growmg Pams Member Student Control 34
ADELE JANE IDIART Commerclal Merxt Seal
Member Student Control 33 35 Tled for Hlgh
est xn Merxts
BILL PAPAS Academlc 4 Letters Football
ROBERT H RIDDELL Academlc Orchestra 3
Years Concert Master of S H S Member Strxng
BERNICE ROSS Academlc Mer1t Seal Cast Sen
nor Play Growmg Paxns
HAROLD WILLIS Academlc One Sem Honor
Scholarshnp Merlt Seal Pres IZB Class 35 Pres
Playcrafters 35 Orchestra 33 35 Cast Semor
Play Growmg Pams Muslc Award Z Years Mem
ber Rally Com 35 Commencement Speaker
VICTOR AH TYE Academxc Pres Chmese Club
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ANNE CLARE ALBERTI Commercml
MAE LORETTA ALLEN Commermal
ELIZABETH ANTONUCCI Commercml Class
OHN ARRAZOLA Vocitlonil Jr Recl Cross Rep
34 C1rcle S Football
MARGUERITE THERESA ARRAZOLA Com
mercnl Sr Rmg Com r Recl Cross Rep
Graduated 111 3 Years
FRANCES EDNA BACIGALUPI Commercm
IRVING BAUCOM Vocauonal One Sem Honor
Scholarslnp Mer1t Seal Pres Auto Club 34 35
Block S 3 Years Football 3 Years Basketball
AUGUSTA LEE BENGS Ac1dem1c 2 Sem Honor
Scholarshxp Pres u1ll and Scroll 35 36 C1rcle
Numeral Guard 'incl Tackle Cub EdlEOl' 34
Reporter 34 35 Troubiclours 33 35 Olcl Eng
l1l'1 S 34 35 Cl1ss Diy Progmm Grflduuted
1n 3 Years
DON F BENNETT Voc1t1onal Pres Voc1t1on1l
Club 35 Gr1clu'1tecl1n3 Years
IRVING RICHARD BENNETT Commercml
Block S Block M C1rcle S Atten ed
Modesto H1gl1 3
XVANDA XV BERRY Commercml Cl1ss Numeral
Cxrcle S C'1st ol' Musxcal Regitti
ElVlORY E BIANCHINI Aciclemu B'1ncl 37 35
HEI EN Bl EWETT Acmdtmm
LEROY BLOOM Commercnl Cast of Growmg
Paxns Sen1or Pl'1y
IRANK BONFII IO VOC1IlOl11l Blocls S 7 Yrs
Football Student Control 34 35
BERNICE B BONINO Commercxal
JIMMIE BROKAW Ac1clem1c Custoclmn F1
C1st Sen1or Pl1y Growmg P11115
ESTHER MAY BROWN Comme-rc1'1l
FLORIENE BUOY Acidetmc Pres Old Engl1sl1
S F111 35 Luge and Small Letters 1n Old Eng
IS S Member of Olcl Engllslw S
C1st of Senlor Play Growlng P11115
LUCILLE E BUSALACCHI Commercnl One
Sem Honor Scholarslmp SOCICIY
l-LORENCE ANN BUSSEMER Commtrcnl CII'
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DAVID CALHOUN Vocational
PATRICIA CARSON Academxc 3 Sem Honor
Scholarshxp Sec Tr1Y Fall 35 Cast Senxor Pla
Growmg Pams Attended Plttsburg Hxgh 32 33
Graduated m 3 Years
MARY CERESOLA--Commerclal Sec Itallan Club
34 Cast Itallan Play Cosx E Se Ve Pare First
Honorable Mentxon 32 Itallan Contest Suver
Medal Itallan 35
WILBUR CHOY Academxc Pres Chlnese Club
Fall 34 Band Fall 35
ELAINE VIVIAN CHRIST Academlc Attended
Longfellow r H1gh Rlchmond 32
MAURICE C COLBY Academlc
VIRGINIA CULLEX Academxc
DOROTHY A DARK Academlc 3 Sem Honor
Scholarshxp Class Numeral Cast Semor Play
BETTY A DAVIDSON Acaclemlc
MARGARET DAVIS-Academ1c Graduated m
MYRNA DAVIS Academlc
ANGELO DEL BARBA Academlc 2 Sem Honor
Scholarship Serg 'xt Arms Itallan Club 33
LOUIS M DENTONI Academlc 3 Block Ss 3
Cnrcle Ss Basketball Football Member Student
Control Feb 34
MARGARET ANNE DE VOSS Academic Trouba
dours 32 35 Graduated nn 3V Years
CARROLL M DIETZE Academxc Sec Treas
Stamp Club Sprmg 35 Band 32 35 Clarnnet
Solon t Property Mgr Growmg Paxns Graduat
ed m 3' Years
DOROTHY DOIR Academic HISIOFIHH Playcraf
ters 35 Assoc Editor G and T 1 uarter
Llbrarxan Growmg Pams Graduated ln 31 Yrs
ALFRED G DOUVILLE Commercxal Band 33
CLAUDE ERICKSON Commercxal
FRANCES MARIANNE FARACLAS Academlc
Merlt Seal Member Gxrls Gym Councnl 33 34
Class Numerals Graduated ln 31 Years
DOLORES J FARTHING Commerc1al Class
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LAURA GLADYQ FUGAZZI Commercial Class
ELMER JOSEPH FERBER Academxc
BETTY M FUHRMANN--Commercxal Z Sem
Honor Scholarshxp Merlt Seal r Red Cross Rep
Prxze Amerlcan Leglon Constxtutlon Test Student
Control 35 Graduated m 314 Years
KENZO FUJIMORI Academnc 2 Sem Honor
Scholarslup Merlt Se1l
RALPH GARROW Academnc Swxmmmg Mgr 33
2 Block Ss IC4-rcle
EMMA M GAVIGLIO Commercnal 2 Sem Hon
or Scholarshxp Merit Seal
LORRAINE GEORGE Commerclal
ALTHEA E GIANNINI Commercial Class Nu
ROBERTA JEAN GILGERT Academxc Znd Or
chestra 37 33 Placed m National Essay Contest
on Bread Gmduated m 3 Ye-mrs
ALBERT F GIORGI Commercial
DANTE GIOVACCHINI Academxc
ELEANOR GOTELLI Academlc Gnrls League Ad
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ALMA T GRILLI Commercnl Honorary Men
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JOHN GURADO Vocatlonil
FRANK GUZVIAN Voc1tlon1l
WILLIAM HAGENE VOCHIIOHTI 4 Sem Honor
ALBERT ODELL HARVEY Academxc
JAMES HAMMOND AC1d9fh1C Pres 1 B Class
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MYRTLE JONES Commercxal
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BOB KENYON Acaclemlc Track
ARTHUR KIDDER Academlc
ANN JANE KITT Academnc Girls Lcngue Advls
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OLIVER E KNAPP Academlc
DOROTHY KOPPING Academic Grmluatecl m
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EMMA MARIE LEACH-Commercxal
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YOSHIO MORIWAKI Academnc
WILLIAM F NEIDER-Commerclal One Sem
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JOHN NOMELLINI Academlc One Sem Honor
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CLAIREDENE DAM ERON Academxc
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JUNE CLASS lTllST0lRY
ITH the drstrnctron of berng the largest
class ever to graduate from Stockton
Hrgh School four hundred seven senrors
wrll don caps and gowns for the une com
mencement exercrses As freshmen our ranks
numbered srx hundred nrnety seven but
four years have seen the class shrrnk to IES
present srze Some students decrded to grad
uate rn three and one half years, others elect
ed to qurt school, and a larger number have
transferred to other schools
More rmportant than 1tS srze, however,
are the contrrbutrons of thrs class to the
school In the field of sports Clrff Bertel
son, Bull Carlson, Brbe Ma77era, and Henry
Temme haye been valuable football men
The crnder track clarmed Floyd Fopprano,
Wfoodrow Krmpton Brll McMurray, and
Frank Kuga Sherwood Norton, Iohn Syl
yra, and ess Delaney played basketball
Three members of the class, Duke McNabb
Alfred Hokholt, and less Delanev, spllshed
therr way to many yrctorres on the swrm
mrng team Tvyo others, lack McBrrde and
Robert Crrss, formed the backbone of the
students partrcrpatrng rn other actryrtres
Betty Drxon rn a natronal essay contest won
rn electrrc athletrc trmer for the sehool md
rn addrtron a wrrst vyatch for herself She
was charrman of the unror Red Cross and
went as a representatrve to the Santa Rosa
Grrls League Conventron Another Betty
Betty Clarke entered the class rn her soph
omore year and won drstrnctron by actrng as
Drum Major for the marchrng unrts of the
hrgh school, and later by becomrng first vrce
presrdent of the student body and head of
the Grrls Student Control We also have
had a good number of oratory enthusrlsts
lane Wolf once quoted Shakespeare rn a
Modesto contest of Shakespearean quoters
Probably Jack Brckle and Hrmrlton Brrggs
should be mentroned rn thrs group for the
enthusrasm they drsplayed IS yell leaders
Throughout the four years there haye
been many members of thrs class on the Hon
or Scholarshrp roll Therr membershrps rrnge
from one or tyvo semesters to those hold
mg certrflcates showrng llmost contrnuous
abrlrty to make the necessary grades I rob lb
ly the best known names rn the class rtself
were those of the successful polrtrcrans those
holdrng some class office The first chance
for many of these pohtrcrans who were so
ambrtrous came rn the September semester
In the electron held at
that trme YValter Hansel became presrdent,
Frlnees Clements, vrce presrdent, and ohn
Hrekley, secretary As a departure from
prevrous custom, vye decrded to obtarn our
senror syyeaters and vyelr them for both
semesters rnstead of the usual hnal one
Ilrns for a Prom honorrng the February
graduates yy ere then eompleted, and the af
farr held rn the lhrlomlthean Club house,
yy rs deellred a sueeess by all rn lttendance
of our Senror year
From then on trme plssed yery qurckly
Soon vye were hrgh senrors Another elec
tron was held rn whreh Sherwood Norton
bee une presrdent, and ohn Bauman secre
tlry of the class of une 19v6 Realrstrc
notes yy ere added wnen ady rser sectrons held
m etrngs to deerde on special drstrngurshrng.,
to h rye pretures tlken for the Annull Far
more rppheants than he could use answered
Nlr X lnnuecrnr s eall for those wrshrng to
try out for p 11 ts rn the senror play It Never
Rams A number of meetrngs vyere also
held enabhng eyery one to see just what
other students were members of the elass
1 thrng hard to do rn a school numberrng
Noyy on the eye of gradultron the class
of une, l936 looks baek on rts four years
of exrstence Green IS Freshmen, con
certed yyhen Sophomores, eomplacent as
unrors, and hnally rmpossrble to define but
generally eonceded to be mrghtv rmportant
as Senrors yye haye followed rn the foot
steps of many other prep school class s
Stoekton Hrgh Sehool has borne wrth us
through all these stages, and rn return the
Iune gradurtes of 56 have the deepest re
gard and happrest memorres for the four
yeus spent under rts rnfluenee
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66 T Nea er Ra1ns was presented by the
1936 Iune graduatlng class as the1r
senxor play Frlday May 15 The scene IS
set ln Cahforma and the tltle IS taken from
the behef of natn e Cahformans that It never
rams 1n Callforma 1n a certaln season The
cast was selected after 54 senlors formlng
one of the largest groups ever to apply had
trled out Wntten by Auranla Rouverol
author of the successful February class play
the product1on contalns the same llght touch
regardlng adolescent emotlons
Mr and Mrs Donovan played by Helen
Davxes and Jack Blxnn come to sunny Cah
fornla to vlsnt the Rogers famlly In the
extensne corespondence carrled on between
Mabel Rogers deplcted by Barbara Lanen
and Mrs Donox an both women have gn en
the lmpresslon of wealth When each finds
that the other has been blufflng qulte an
amus1ng sltuatlon results For mstance Hen
ry Rogers Henry Temme under the ln
fluence of this bel1ef sells a lot to Walter
Donovan for one thousand dollars loan1ng
h1m five hundred of lt XVh1le waltlng to be
paxd back Rogers lends Walter Donovan
all of h1s most cherlshed possessxons xnclud
mg hlS clgars and car Fmally dur1ng a
conversatlon both men admxt that they are
pracucally broke and mdulge nn a brawl
whxch IS stopped by the1r wlves Greatly
lnsulted the Donovans leave the Rogers
At th1s cruclal t1me rlch and successful
Dane Lawson taken by Lewns Morse ap
pears on the scene Dane has been 1nd1cated
by Mrs Rogers slnce the beg1nnmg of her
marr1ed l1fe as the ldeal husband When
he calls on Mrs Rogers unfortunately he
has grown much stouter and sllghtly bald
Howes er h1s worst SIU IS h1s complete behef
that a man should be sole ruler an h1s own
home and Mrs Rogers has sllghtly reversed
pos1t1ons 1n hers faced wlth these qualltles
Mrs Rogers decldes she prefers her husband
But the adult troubles are mlnor when
compared to those of the adolescent mem
bers lmmy Rogers seventeen and young
for h1s age IS plaved by Jack Ronald
Thought through the first few scenes of the
play to be a confirmed woman hater by h1s
constant as o1dance of Norleen the v1llage
vamp reallstlcally portrayed by Mary Ruth
Marnell lmmy contradlcts all former 1m
press1ons by deVelop1ng an alarmxng pass1on
for Jane Carter who plays the part of Dor
othy Donovan Dorothy reclprocates ln her
feel1ngs and they declde to ask the1r parents
lf they may marry If the parents refuse
they w1ll elope Unfortunately the1r request
IS refused and they are ready to go but at
the last moment somethlng most unusual for
Cahforma occurs It Rams The car ns also
out of gas and refuses to run Faced w1th
these dlfflcultles the pa1r declde to walt and
Durlng the t1me Dorothy has been stay
1ng at the Rogers house and attendlng col
lege Mrs Rogers herself a member has
1nst1lled 1n Dorothy a great des1re to joln
a certaln sororlty Norleen because of peal
ousy contmually blackballs Dorothy but
when she IS forced to resngn Dorothy IS
taken m It IS thns that prevents lmmy s
and Dorothy s secret marrlage as the soror
1ty passes a rule agamst secret marr1ages and
as Dorothy says
One can get marr1ed any t1me
However everyth1ng ends happxlv as
the ch1ldren are prom1sed that they may be
marr1ed as soon as they graduate and the
plece of property whlch caused so much
trouble between the two famnlles proves to
be of great value Although the cast or1g
lnally called for a negro servant the part
approprlately for th1s state was changed to
a Japanese boy Bob Takahashl lent an out
standmg and humorous touch to thxs
Flne cooperatlon was glven by the bus
1ness concerns sol1c1ted for donat1ons and
by the bus1ness staff wh1ch conslsted of
Tack MCBf1dC bus1ness manager Sherwood
Norton advertlslng manager Joe Rlsso
stage manager Rlchard Rlddell asslstant
stage manager and Jean Walcott pubhcnty
The entlre cast responded well and gave
excellent performances under L I Vannu
c1n1 s d1rect1on A success both flnanclally
and art1st1cally the product1on was a f1tt1ng
culm1nat1on to the year Norma Canessa
had charge of the wardrobe department
The propertnes were supervlsed by Harold
D1ckey and Barbara Quanl was Llbrarlan
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Student Body Pres 36 Pres Tee Square Club 35
36 2 Circle Ss m Track Band 32 34
BARBARA FRIEND LANEN-Commercial 4 Sem
Honor Scholarship lst Vice Pres Student Body
Gxrls League Advxsory Board Fall 35 Pres Old
Eng S 36 Sec Old Eng S Fall 35 Old Eng
S 34 36 Student Control Spring 34 Sprung
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ALFRED HOKHOLT Academxc Com Athletxcs
Fall 35 Com of Records 36 3 Block S
Swimming 1 Year Band Student Control Fall 35
BETTY CLARKE Academic Vxce Pres Student
Body 35 Pres Girls League 36 Sec Latm Club
34 Drum Major 33 34 Orchestra 34 Student
Control 35 36 Cast of It Never Rams
FLOYD S FOPPIANO Academic 5 Sem Honor
Scholarshxp Com of Welfare 36 Pres Pan Paclflc
Club 34 Vxce Pres Honor Scholarshlp 35 Block
S Track 35 Student Control Fall 35
MARY RUTH MARNELL Academic Com Or
ganlzatxons 36 Rally Com 35 36 Gxrls League
Advlsory Board 35 G and T Reporter 35 36
Troubadours 35 36 Student Control 35 36 Cast
of It Never Rams
JOHN MC BRIDE Academic Com Organizations
35 36 Pres French Club 35 Vice Pres Tenms
Club 35 Pres Tennls Club 36 Clrcle S Block
S Tennis Bus Mgr for It Never Rams
DETTY DIXON Academxc 5 Sem Honor Schol
arshxp Chaxrman r Red Cross 35 36 Pres Hon
or Scholarshxp Fall 35 Sec Pan Pacxhc Club 34
Old Eng S 36 State Wmner m Internatxonal
Busxness Machine Corp Essay Contest 35 Speaker
at Girls League Convention 35 Student Control 36
MERYL THOMAN Academic Edutor G and T
Spring 36 Vxce Pres ulll and Scroll Fall 35
Successxvely Reporter Colummst Assoc Edrtor
News Editor G and T Publlcxty Mgr Huckle
berry Fmn 35 Growmg Pains 36 General
Chairman Masc and Fem Revlew
JEAN WALCOTT Academxc Com of Publlcatxons
Fall 35 Treas Tr1Y 35 Sec uxll and Scroll
Fall 35 News Ed Cub Issue 35 Reporter News
Edxtor G and T 35 Troubadours 33 36 Pub
lncxty Mgr for It Never Rams
ELLEN CLAIR WALKER Academic Annual Edl
t r 35 36 r Reporter 34 Reporter 36 Assoc
Editor G and T 35 uxll and Scroll 35 36
ELLEN ADELE MATTHEWS Commercxal Old
En S 35 36 Adv Mgr G andT 36
SHERWOOD W NORTON Academlc Com Wel
fare Fall 35 Pres IZA Class Pres Latm Club 34
Vice Pres Pan Pacific Club 33 Block S Cnrcle
S nn Basketball unlor Rotarlan Sprmg 36
Student Control Fall 35 Cast of It Never Rams
JOHN W BAUMAN Academlc Sec IZA Class
Vice Pres H1Y 35 36 Attended Sonora Hlgh 32
SHIGETAKA ARAO Commercnal Gold Seal 6
Sem Honor Scholarship Hlstorxan apanese Club
35 Sec apanese Club Flrst prlze Chamber of
Commerce essay contest Graduated nn 3' years
RUTH LOMBARDI Academic Gold Seal 7 Sem
Honor Scholarshxp Vlce Pres Honor Scholarship
Sprmg 35 Student Control Fall 34 Spring 36
TOSHIKO MORITA Academic Gold Seal 7 Sem
Honor Scholarshxp Sec apanese Club 35 Pres
Northern Calif apanese Students Federatlon 35
36 Prnze Amerlcan Legion CODSIIIUIIOD Essay
Honorable Mentlon Chamber of Commerce Essay
First Prxze ln apanese Club Oratorncals 35 Stu
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Sem Honor Scholarship Vrce Pres Latin Club 34
35 Student Control 35 36 Commencement
ROSE LEE ROWE Academlc Gold Seal 6 Sem
Honor Scholarship Graduated m 3 U2 Years
SHIZUKO TESHIMA-Commercxal Gold Seal 5
Sem Honor Scholarshxp Graduated ln 316 Years
DICK DALEY Academxc Vxce Pres Boys Scxance
Club 35 Troubadours 33 34 Armxstlce Day
Speaker 35 Rally Commlttee 36 Student Control
CLIFFORD BERTELSON Vocatxonal Block S m
Football and Track Student Control 36
JESS DELAINEY Commercxal Capt Swlmmxng
Team 35 4 Years Swlmmmg Team 1 Year Basket
ball Team Medal for Intramural Basketball 35
Basketball Champxonshlp 33
ROBERT WALLACE HARRISON Academlc One
Sem Honor Scholarshzp Troubadours 34 36
EVELYN GOLDEN KIZER Academic Band 33
36 Orchestra 33 36 Band Drum Major 34
J PETER VALLEM AC3dBm1C 4 Sem Honor
Scholarshtp Band 35 36 Orchestra 35 36
FRANK FUSAMI KUGA Academlc Circle S 1n
Basketball 33 ZC1rcle Ss 1n Track 34 B Track
Team 35 A Track Team 36 Second Prlze Pen
and Ink Drawmg Mc Kee Contest
BEVERLY ADAMS Academlc Band 34- 36
Orchestra 35 36
RICHARD SMITH Academlc Advanced to Class
Latter Part of Aprll
ROMAN JAUIEN ADVIENTO Academic Vlce
Pres Sec Treas Fxhpmo Club 35 Pres Fxhpmo
Club 36 Attended Vlgan Hlgh Phxllppxne Islands
BERNITA ALLEN Academtc
CURTIS ALLEY Academlc One Sem Honor
RUTH ANDERSON Academic Old Eng S 35
36 Attended Kelseyvllle H1gh 33 Patterson Hxgh
CLYDE ANDREW Vocational Jr Red Cross Rep
33 Vocational Student Councll 33 36 G Bc T
GLENNA ANDRUS-Commercxal 2 Sem Honor
Scholarshxp Class Numerals G and T Advertxsmg
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LOTTIE AUNGER-Commercialg Sec. Commercial
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INADINE BAKER Commercxal Class Numerals
DOROTHEY FRANCES BALES-Academxc G and
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FRED M BALLEW J Academic Z Clrcle S
BABS BARBER Academnc
BILL BARNETT Academic
ALBERT BARONE Ac1dem1c
ALBERT JOHN BARROWS Commerclal
JOSEPH BATTILANA Acaclemlc
BERT BEAUMONT Commercial
IMADEEN BEAVER Academnc
KEITH A BECKWITH Vocatxonal Pres Wood
crafters 35 36 Orchestra 33 36
EUGENIA BERKLEY Ac1dem1c Graduated m3
JACK BICKLE Academic Yell Leader 34
Rally Commlttee 34 36 Basketball Mgr 33
Circle S Basketball Student Control 36
LAURA BLACKFIELD Academlc Graduated
JOYCE BLACKMAN Academxc Attended Oakland
I-hgh 34 35
DOROTHY ANNE BLADH Commercxal Z Sem
Honor Scholarship Rally Com 36 Asst Adv Mgr
G andT 33 34 Troubadours 34 36 Attended
Castlllejo School 34 35
RUTH BLAZER Academxc
JOHN F BLINN Jr Academxc Pres Boys Scl
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JACK BOWDEN Academxc Band 33 36 O
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IH 316 Years
LOUIS R KENWORTHY Academxc
RICHARD DOMINIC BOZZINI Commercial
ALICE BRADY Academxc
LOIS BRANDT-Commerclal Student Control
HAMILTON BRIGGS-Academlc Yell Leader
36 Attended Gallleo Hxgh 34
WILLIAM D BRIGNARDELLO Academlc 3
Sem Honor Scholarshrp
ALMA R BROTHERTON Academlc Award
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Uah 33 34
Club 34 35 Graduated rn 3M Years
EVELYN BROWNE Academlc
MARJORIE BURNSIDE Commercxal Attended
Leuzmger Hugh 32 33 Inglewood Hlgh 33 34
Rrverslde Hrgh 35
FRANK BUSALACCHI Commercral One Sem
PETER CALLEGARI Commerclal Treas Commer
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BETTY JANE CALVERT Academlc Attended Ev
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NORMA L CANESSA Academlc Wardrobe Mgr
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BILL CARLSON Academlc Football Team 34 35
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JANE ELIZABETH CARTER Academlc One Sem
Honor Scholarshlp Sec Treas Soclal Servlce Club
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JACK H CASENAVE Academlc
RAYMOND A CATALAN Academlc 3 Bloclc
Ss Track Won Cross Country Race 3 Years
American Legion Baseball Team 34
MELVIN CAVIGLIA-Commercial 4 Sem Honor
TOM CHIKARAISHI Academlc Vocational
MURIEL EVELYN CHRISMAN Academic At
tended Polytechnlc Hugh 32
DEAN CLAWSON Ac1clem1c Range Offlcer Rxfle
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FRANCES CLEMENTS Academlc VICE Pres 12B
Class Vlce Pres Tr1Y 35 Attended Eureka
Hrgh Sant'1 Rosa High 1nd Alameda Hugh 3
Gllroy Hlgh Sprrng 33
HARRIETTE COCHRAN Academxc Prlze ln
LORENE COLFELT Academxc
FRANCES CONCHETF Acaclemlc Graduated
JEANNE COOK Ac1dem1c One Sem Honor
Scholarship Gxrls Sports Editor G andT Fall 35
Reporter G and T 35 Orchestra 34 36 Old
Englrsh S 34 36 H1gh Steppers 34
BARBARA CORNELL Academxc
DAVID ALLEN CORSER Academlc Attended
Garfield Jr Hxgh Fall 32 33
DOROTHY COX AC1d9mlC One Sem Honor
Scholarshlp Attended Hollister Hlgh 32 33
JANICE LOUISE CRAIG Acaclemxc Sec Hobby
Club 32 33 G and T Reporter 35 36 Hobby
Club Prlze 33 Cast of It Never Rams
HOLANDA CRAVIOTTO Acaclemlc One Sem
Honor Scholarshlp Vrce Pres French Club 35 Stu
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Team 36 2Bloclc Ss Orchestra 33 34
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JUNE CURTIS Acidemxc
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TOM L DARDIS-Academic Cnrcle S Football
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HELEN DAVIES Commerclal Pluycrafters 35
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HERBERT DAVIS Vocational
JOHN de ARRIETA AC1d9m1C
JOSEPHINE De LUCA Commercxal Graduated ln
Footlnll Mgr Football 4 Years
GEORGIA DEMAKOPOULOS Academic
IESLA DENNISON Acidemxc
AGNES DENTONI Commercxal
IRVING DAVID DePAULI-Commerclal
CLAUDE B DEW Commercnal Troubadours 35
HAROLD C DICKEY Ac1dem1c Tre1s Rltle Club
Sprmg 35 Property Mgr of It Never Rams
JEAN MARGARET DIETZ-Commerclal Student
Control Fall 34 Sprmg 36
DOROTHY DINUBILO Academtc Vxce Pres Trl
Y 36 Itallan Award
ELIZABETH ANNE DOUGLAS Ac1dem1c
XVILLIAM JOHN DU BOIS-Academlc
GLENN EDEN Academlc
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Student Control 36
DOROTHY ELLIOTT Academxc
ROBERT EMERSON Academlc
WARREN E ENGDALL Academlc
JACK ERZ Academic Hxstorlan H1Y 4
Band 34 35
JOSEPH A ESTRADA Vocational Cxrculatlon
Mgr G and T Cylmder Pressman
ALBERT C EVANS Academic
ZELDA FARNESI Commercxal Graduated m
WAYNE FAY Academic 3Bloclc Ss ln Track
HAZEL FEARY Academxc
MIRIAM FEINER Academic Attended Hyde P1rlc
H1 h Illnnons 32 35
ELEANOR FIELDING Academic G and T Re
porter 35 36 Graduated 1n3 Years
ARDATH FINK Commerclal Class Numerals
TERENCE-I FLANAGAN Academxc Pres Land
levelersClulJ 35 7 Clrcle Ss Football Student
RICHARD BEECHER FLEMING Academic Vnce
Pres Larm Club 35 36
ROBERTA FLINT-IER Commercxal
AILEEN FOPPIANO Commercxal Student Control
Fall 35 Graduated xn 3 Years
LA VERNE BERNICE FOSTER-Commercial
VEARL FOWLER-Commercnal Track Mgr 33 34
Cnrcle S Track Drum and Bugle Corps 32 33
BESSIE FRASER Academic Graduated ln 3 Yrs
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Fremont Hlgh Nebraska 32 35
CHARLES FRENCH Commercial Medal nn Intra
mural Basketball 35 36
JOSEPH E FROELIGER Vocauonal
HARRY GALLO Vocatnonal One Sem Honor
Scholarship Vocatlonal Student Councll 35 36
G and T Intertype Operator
EVA GARIBALDI Academlc Sec Itallan Club
35 36 Attended Galxleo Hlgh 32
LOIS GENOCHIO Acaclemlc One Sem Honor
ROSIE GIACOVONI-Commerclal Student Control
ANITA GIANELLI-Commerclal One Sem Honor
BILL REYNOLDS GIANELLI Academxc Sec
Boys Sc1ence Club Fall 35 Cxrcle S n Track
Student Control 36
MYRTLE GIBSON Academic Assoc Ed1torG and
T 36 Assoc Edxtor Cub Edltxon 35 Graduat
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EUNICE GILDEA Academlc Attended St Marys
H1 h 32
FRANCES GILKEY Academlc
GRACE MARIE GIUFFRE Commerclal Honor
able Mentxon ln Itallan
LLOYD WILLIAM GOEPPERT Academlc Sec
Hobby Club 32 Red Cross Speaker 35 Wxnner of
Shakespearean Try Outs
W BLAIR GOODMAN Academlc 2 Sem Honor
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JACQUELINE GOODMAN Academxc
JEAN E GOODWIN Academlc
ERNESTINE GOSHORN ACadEm1C
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RENEE GOULDING Academlc
FRANCES MYRLE GRAHAM Academlc
VIOLET L GRAVES Academlc
FORREST M GREENBERG Academlc Narrator
at Chrxstmas Festxval Safety Week Radio Speaker
Graduated ln 31 Years
VERA GRIFFITH Commerclal
DOROTHY GROFT Academxc Attended Lodx
H ll 32 33
BENNIE L GRONDONA Ac1dem1c 3 Sem Hon
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DOROTHY L GROSS Academlc
DOROTHY LEE GUTHREY Academxc
WILDER MERXWIN HADDEN Academxc
YUTAKO HAGIO Academlc Graduated mn
RUTH HANEY Academxc One Sem Honor Schol
arshlp Sec unlor Red Cross 35 36 Second Prxze
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WALTER HANSEL Academxc Pres 17B Class
HELEN HANSEN Academxc One Sem Honor
Scholarshxp Attended Emerson r Hlgh 33
SYLVIA I HANSON Commercxal
LUCILLE HARDING Commercnl
LUCILLE HARMS Commercxal One Sem Honor
Scholarshlp Sec Old Eng S Socnety 36 Old
ng S 35 36 H1Steppers 34 35 Captam
35 Student Control 36 C1st of It Never Runs
BEN HAUGEN Academmc Band 37 6
LEONARD Nl HEIM Commercxal
BETTIJO HENDERSON Academic Graduated
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WILLIAM S HIGGINS-Academlc Basketball
Mgr 32 Circle S Handball Medal
LORETA MAY HIGHFILL Academic Band
36 Orchestra 35 Muslc Award 35 36
MARK WILLIAM HILD Academic
BERT F HILL Academxc Attended Mountann
V1ewH1gh 36 Gallleo Hxgh 32
BRUCE HOUSTON HINTON Academic
MARTHA HOIT Academlc
ESMA ELEANOR HOPE-Academlc
HENRY T HORITA Vocatlonal One Sem Honor
RITA HORWITZ Academic One Sem Honor
PHYLLIS HUBERT Academlc Attended Sacra
mento unxor Hmgh 32
ROBERT A IJAMS Acaclemlc Pres Pan Paclfic
Club 35 36 Block S ln Football 35 Attended
Tracy Hugh 32
JOHN RICHARD IMMEL Academlc
T INOUYE Academxc Class Numer
YN JUNE ISAACSON Academlc Old Eng
BILL JENKINS Academlc
ALVIN THORVALD JENSEN Academic Gradu
ated ln 3 W Years
NORMAN JOHNSON Academnc
CARL JONES Vocatxonal G and T Intertype
THEO JONES Commerclal Class Numerals
JOHN HAWORTH JONTE Academlc
FRANCYS BERNICE KALEND-Commerclal Class
CHIYOKO KAMIDOI-Commerclal Graduated mn
TOSHIO KANEDA Academxc
JOHN MARSH KENNEDY Academlc One Sem
Honor Scholarshnp Band 33 34 Thu-d Place
Amerxcan L9gl0h Constxtutlon Essay
LUCILE KENWORTHY Academlc 2 Sem Honor
Scholarshlp Orchestra 33 36 Gxrls Strmg uar
WOODROW KIMPTON Academlc 2Block S
Cxrcle S 1n Track
DARREL KING Academxc Student Control Fall
VERNON S KING Academlc Attended Escalon
Hngh 32 5
MARJORIE KIRKMAN Academxc Graduated
ROGER KITTO Academlc
BERTHA KLEINSTAUBER Academic
PHYLLIS KLINKHAMMER Academlc Attended
Custer Hngh School Montana 32 34
ANIDA KOLB Academic Old Eng S Soclety
RICKARDV KRUPKE Academxc Clrcle S
Track Orchestra 32 34
JOE KUBOTA Academlc Pres apanese Club 36
Srgt at Arms apanese Club 34
LOIS ELIZABETH LACY Academxc One Sem
Honor Scholarshlp G and T unxor Reporter 35
Orchestra 33 36 Musxc Award 34 35 Gradu
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GEORGE B LAGORIO Vocatlonal
LA VERNE LAGORIO Acadernxc Bronze Medal
lh Itallan 35 Cast of Ir Never Rams
JEAN LAMB Academlc
ROBERT T IEACH Academxc Troubadours 3
36 Band 35 36 Orchestra 36 Attended Love
land Hlgh Colorado 3 2 35
THURMAN LE CLERT Academic
HATTIE LEE Academxc
KING LFE Academic
EDWARD LEIPELT Commercxal Band 32
DOROTHY LEMON Academic
ROBERTA LEWIS Commermal 2 Sem Honor
Scholarshxp Pres Commercial Eng Club Sprlng
35 Prlze ln GravemIngl1s Essay Contest
EARL LONGACRE J Academxc lst and Znd
Place lh Menzies Awards Z Cxrcle Ss ln Track
Z Cxrcle S s ID Basketball 3 Ribbons 2 Medals xn
ACK M LYONS ACad9m1C Clrcle S nn Foot
ball Orchestra 32 36
MARYLY LYONS Academlc Vlce Pres Social Ser
vlce Club 35 36 Treas Tr1Y 36
Muslc Club 35 36 G and T Reporter 35 36
HAZEL JOY MC CONNELL Commercxal Play
crafters 3 5 36
BRUCE MCDONALD Academxc Attended Yreka
H1 I1 32
VELMA MC INTIRE Academlc Sec Playcrafters
WILLIAM MC MEECHAN J Vocatlonal
HFNRY DUKE MC NABB Academxc Block S
m Swlmmxng 33 35 Student Control 35 36
MADALINE MC PHEETERS Academic 2 Sem
VIRGINIA MC PHERSON Academnc
LETITIA MC ROBERTS Academlc
MARIAN NIACEDO-Commercnal Attended Tracy
Hugh 37 Antnoch Hxgh 34 Galt Hugh 34
LESLEY LENORE MAC LERIE Academlc
EILEEN MALLETTE Comercnal
HELEN MATHUES Commerclal
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Football 33 35 Student Control 34 35 Trophy
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HOWARD MEAD Acaclemtc Graduated ln
CONSUELO MEDEL Academnc Attended Rxpon
H1 l'l 32 35
DOROTHY AGNES MELLO Acaclemxc Class
CAROLYN MELONE Academic
CHESTER MEYER Academxc
KAY MEYER Academlc Attended Phoenlx Umon
Hlgh Arlzona 32
ROBERT MEYER Academlc Circle S ln Swlm
mxng G and T Reporter 35 36
ERNEST G MEYERS Academic V Pres Stamp
OAN MEYERS Acaclemxc Custodian Playcrafters
35 36 Sec German Club 35 36 G andT Staff
36 C'1st of Ir Never Raxns
MORRIS E MEYERS Commercxal
JOHN LEROY MICHEL Academxc Attended Ro
osevelt Hugh Fresno 34
BARBARA JEAN MINAHEN Academnc
GENE MINGMING Acaclemnc
LORRAINE M MINTER-Commercial Student
FRED MIRAMONTES Vocatlonal -Iumor Red
Cross Rep G and T Intertype Operator
GLENN MITCHELL Vocarnonal
ELWOOD MOFFITT Academic
DOROTHY MOLL Acidemnc
RALPH E MOORE AC1d6mlC
GORDON MOREY Academlc Junior Red Cross
Rep 33 36 Washington Llncoln Program Speak
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In Never Runs
LEWIS MORSE Academxc G and T Reporter 35
Orchestra 33 36 Prtze m Gravem Inglis Essays
Cast of It Never Rams
KENNETH MORTON Academlc
DEMETRIO V MOSCOSO Academic Vlce Pres
Fxllpmo Club 35 36
JAMES MUSTO Vocatlonal 2 Sem Honor Schol
arshlp Sec Treas Vocattonal Calumet G and T
ROY NAKASHIMA Academlc Graduated m
EDITH IRENE NELSON Academic Graduated xn
GENO NERI Academic 2 Sem Honor Scholarship
Pres Latm Club 35 36
WILLIAM NESSLER-Commerclal R1bl9on Lmden
Cross Country Race 2 Rthbons Stockton Hugh Cross
DOROTHY NEYMAN-Commercial Student Con
trol Sprmg 35
JOHN NICHLEY Academic Sec 12B Class
ROSE YAYE NISHII-Commercial Attended Brent
County Hugh Colorado 32 35 Elk Grove Union
PHYLLIS NORDWICK Commerclal Student Con
MARY LEAH NORTH Academlc Attended Ham
xlton un1orH1gh Fresno 32 33 Manteca Union
JIM NORTON Academic Sec Treas Tee Square
Club 35 36 Graduated lh 3 M Years
TED NORTON Academtc 1 Sem Honor Schol
arshtp Program Chatrman unlor Music Club 36
Orchestra 33 36 Concert Master 36 Boys
String uartet 3 Sem
MILDRED BERNICE OLSEN Academlc
RUTH R O REILLY Academlc Attended Eagle
Roclc Htgh School 32 33 Coachella Valley Htgh
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CARLA ORTMAN Academtc Pres Soclal Servxce
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DOROTHY PATTERSON Academic News Editor
G and T Graduated ln 3' Yeirs
CYRIL PELETZ Academic Armistice Day Speaker
DAN PENGILLY Academxc Attended St Mirys
Hugh 33 Pescadero Hlgh 34 35
LUCILLE H PERRIN Academlc
DOROTHY BARBARA PETERSEN Commercnl
Student Control 35 36
XVARDELL PICCARDO Acwdemlc
JOHN PIZZO Commercml
M HARRY PLATEK Commercml
BERNICE Nl PODESTA Ac1dcm1c One Som
ITAIO PODESTO Ac1dcm1c
I-DA PONSO Commercnl
EARLE PORTER Commercnl
ED PRETL Commercial
Nl1rysH1gh 33 34
xCHEL MARIE PRIVAT Acadermc Attended
Contmuanon Hugh 33 34 Orcl'1estr1 35
Graduated nn 3 Yeirs
ARlVlANDO P PUCCINELLI Acidemxc
RUSSELL PUGMIRE Academxc Attended 'south
Hugh Salt lnlce Utah 34 35
BARBARA JANE QUAII Academic Sec Phxlo
physean Club 35 36 Graduated ln 3 Ye-1rs
PATTY JANE RAILSBACK Academnc
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ZELDA ANNE RATTO Academxc
DAVID REA Academxc Band 33 35
KENNETH REII I Y Academlc Orchestra 3 Years
Griduated m 3 Years
JEAN RENNER Academxc Graduued ln Yrs
WILL M HENRY RENWICK Acadprrxc
RICHARD Nl RIDDELL Academic Asst Stage
Mgr for It Never Rams
JOSEPH LOUIS RISSO Academlc Srgt at Arms
It1l11nClul:J 35 36 Stage Mgr for It Never
MIRIAM ANNE ROBINSON Academxc
VAUGHN ROBINSON Academic Circle S
Track Attended Walnut Jr Hngh
RALPH STOLBERG Ac1demlc
JACK RONALD Academic Band 33 34 Gradu
'ttecl ID 3 Heirs Cast of Ir Never Rams
LEONARD S ROSENBERGER Academlc
Ol IVE ROSS Ac1demxc Pres Phxlophysean Club
MARIAN FAZUXO SAKO Academxc Attended
Gxrls H gh S n Ff"1l'lClSCO 31
HELEN SANGUINETTI Commercial
MARY JANE SAIN JULIAN Commercial
DOLORES CECILIA SAXON-Commerclal
GEORGE SCANTLEBURY Academic
MILDRED SCHERER Academlc
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CLOE JULIA SCHURING-Commercialg Freshman
Reporter at S. M. Highg Attended San Mateo High
DUANE SEWELL-Academicg 4 Sem. Honor Schol-
arshipg Attended Pasadena Junior College High '35.
BILL SHEETS-Academicg One Sem. Honor Schola
arshipg Orchestra '32-'36.
PHYLLIS E. SHEETS-Commercial.
ELINOR FRANCIS SHEPHERD-Academicg
Attended St. Mary's High '32, ,33,
JEAN SHEPHERD-Academicg One Sem. Honor
Scholarshipg Student Control '34, '35g Sec. Student
DORIS SHERWOOD-Academicg Pres. Tri-Y, Fall
'35g Pres. Philophysean Club, Fall '35g Student Con-
MARY E. SIEVERS-Academic.
.IOHNNIE SILVAS-Commercialg Medal for Intra-
mural Basketball Championshipg 3 Circle l'S's"
JOHN SINGER--Commercialg Circle "S" Swimming:
Graduated in 3 ' 3 Years.
CHARLES SLAGLE-Academic: Attended Merced
High '32, '33,
BETTY ANNE SNIITH-Academic Sec. Philo h
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sean Club '36g G. and T, Reporter '35, '36g Exchange
DAVID H. SMITH-Academicg One Sem. Honor
Scholarshipg Bland '32, '36.
HELEN MARIE SMITH-Academicg Attended
Manteca High ,33-'35g Graduated in 3 W Years.
THEDA SMITH-Academicg Orchestra '35-'36g
Attended Oakland High '35.
LEORA SPALDING Academxc
ALBERT SPINELLE Vocanonal One Sem Honor
BETTY STAMER Academlc One Sem Honor
Scholarshnp Graduated nn 3V2 Years
MARION STEPHENS-Commerclal Attended
Sequoia Unlon Hlgh Redwood City 33 34
DONALD STINE Academlc Graduated ln
LEORA STOVER Academxc One Sem Honor
MILDRED BELLE STOWELL-Commercial Clrcle
MALCOLM L STROUD Academlc Drum and
MASAKO TABUCHI Academlc Orchestra 35 36
Graduated xn 3V Years
BOB C TAKAHASHI ACad9l'D1C Cast of I
MARION ELIZABETH TARBOX ACa.d.9m1C
Class Numerals at Gustme Band 35 Attended
Gustlne High 32 35
FRED TASSANO Academlc
MILDRED TAYLOR Academxc
HENRY TEMME Academlc Pres German Club
35 36 Clrcle S ln Football Block S ln Foot
ball Sport Editor G and T 35 36 Student Con
trol 36 Cast of Ir Never Rams
TOM TERANISHI Vocatlonal
MARJORIE THOMPSON Academic Attended
Sacramento High 34
M SPRAGUE THRESI-IER Acaclemxc
NAIDA TITHERINGTON Academxc 5 Sem
Honor Scholarshxp Exchange Editor 35 and Re
porter G and T 36 Assoc Edxtor Annual 36
lst Orchestra Fall 33 36 2 Yr Music Award
u11l and Scroll 35 36
EDWARD E TOMODA Academnc Attended
Hamxlton umor High 32
RICHARD H TOMS-Academlc One Sem Honor
GEORGE TOMURA Vocatxonal
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FRANK TRELUT Academlc
GLORIA FAY TRUNNELL-Commercxal
GEORGE JOICHI TSUSHIMA-Commerclal
Treas ap1nese Club 36 Graduated ln 31 Years
MARIE TUTTLE Academlc
STANLEY M TUTTON Academnc
TAKEO B UTSUIVII Acaclemxc Pres apanese
Club 35 36 Cxrcle S Basketball
EDNA MAY VICKROY Academxc
ANNETTE VOLLMANN Acaclemlc Vlce Pres
Pl1ycr1fters 34 35
WILLIAM R WAGNER Academic
JUNE XVARNER Academic Attended Manteca
H l1 32 33
MARGARET CATHERINE WHELIHAN-Com
ELLIS VERNE XVIDNEY AC3d9n1lC Menzies
ARTHUR WILLIAMS Academxc ZBloclc Ss ln
JUANITA WILLIAMS Academlc Graduated m
3 2 Years
MARTIN XVII SON Acaclemlc Chalrman Washlng
ton Lmcoln Program 36
EUGENE WILLSON AC1d2XHlC Band 3' Yeirs
BUD WITMER AC1dGfhlC Attended Rlpon Hlgh
ELSIE WOLF Commercxal
JANE WOLF AC1d9fnlC Place m Shakespearean
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MARY J WONG Academtc Student Control 35
Craduated m 3 1 2 Years
JEANNE M WOODRUFF Academxc Sec Girls
League 36 Student Control 35 36
BETTY WOODS Academxc
JOEL WOODSON Acaclemxc 2C1rcle Ss Swlm
mmg Asst Mgr Swxmmmg Attended Rxo Vnsta
I-hgh 32 Lodl Hlgh 32 Sacramento Hxgh 32 and
Holllster Hlgh 33
HENRY Y YAMASHITA Academlc One Sem
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Cu 35 36
GUY BOWMAN Academrc Band 32 35 Or
chestra 35 36 Saxophone u1rtet 33
Dance Band 32 6
ELMER F FIELD VOC1Il0R1l Attended Hwyward
Unlon H1gh 32
RALPH JON ES Academic
GAIL. B LEWALLEN AC1d9fnlC Attended R10
Vxsta H1gh 34
JACK MEHAN Acaclemxc
LENO PAOLETTI Vocatxonal
SONIA E SCHNEIDER Academxc
RALEIGH WAI LACE Academnc
YAYE YASUI Commercml
Our Class In Homemakmg
By lam e Crux 12A
She taught us of the lovely thlngs
That help to malce a home
A llttle m1rror that w1ll reflect the light
From crystal sea blue grapes
A damty Sheraton stand gay colored books
Whose pages 1nsp1re to reacl and mechtate
The sweetness of olcl fashloned plnlcs
The fragrant a1r of flowered ch1ntz
Purple vxolets noclclmg from a hob natl jar
The golden glory of a smgle rose smlle of God
spilling IIS petals on jade green Chlnese shawl
Fhclcermg candles shedclmg a rosy glow over all
She taught us of the lovely thmgs
That help to malte a home
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HE Student Counc1l, the student ap
po1nted governmg body of the school,
meets every Tuesd y All members of the
Councxl are elected by the Assoclated Stu
dents of Stockton Hlgh School except the
comm1ss1oner of advert1sxng, who IS HIPPOIIII
ed by the sponsor of the Guard and Tackle
The dut1es of the Counc1l are to authorlze
all b1lls, to grant all athlet1c awards and to
set dates for electxons and other school func
Among the Councll s outstandlng
achlevements of the past year were the pur
chase of a publlc address system, the arrang
mg of a Sports Carnly al Dry, the arranglng
of a Sen1or Prom for the une class
Officers servlng durlng the fall semester
were presldent, Chfford Trotter, Hrst v1ce
presndent, Betty Clarke, comm1ss1oner of
vs elfare, Sherwood Norton, comm1ss1oner of
HE Student Control const1tutes the stu
dent law enforcmg organlzatlon of the
school Membe1s are chosen by the com
rmssxoner of welfare, who acts as the pres1
dent of the Boys Student Control, and b
the HISI v1ce presxdent, who IS the chalrman
of the Cnrls Student Control, such appomt
ments are subject to the approval of the
deans The pr1nc1pal duty of the boards
of control IS t6'see that the rules and regula
t1ons of the school are properly enforced,
that all students govern the1r conduct so
as not to reflect d1scred1t on the character
of the school, and that all students preserve
the appearance of the school by refra1n1ng
from llttermg xt w1th papers The boys
control of the past year has efftctmvely pro
moted the safety of the students on the cam
pus by strrctly enforclng the regulat1on
agalnst r1d1ng bxcycles on the school grounds
organnzatlons, Jack McBr1de, comm1ss1oner
of records, Leshe Knoles, comm1ss1oner of
pUbl1C2IlODS, Jean Walcott, comm1ss1oner of
athletlcs, Alfred Hokholt, comm1ss1oner of
glrls affalrs, ean Crary, comm1ss1oner of
1dVCI'C1SlIlg, M2fjOflC Cunnlngham, cha1r
man of umor Red Cross, Betty Dxxon, cus
todlan Ambrose Arb1n1
Officers servlng durxng the sprlng semes
ter were presldent, Blll C McMurray, Hrst
y 1ce presxdent, Barbara Lanen, comm1ss1on
er of welfare, Floyd Fopp1ano, comm1ss1oner
of organlzatlons, Mary Ruth Marnell, com
m1ss1oner of records, Alfred Hokholt, com
mlssloner of athletics, Wayne Bird, commls
stoner of publlcatlons, Meryl Thoman, com
m1ss1oner of advert1s1ng, Ellen Matthews
annual edltor, Ellen Walker, chalrman of
umor Red Cross, Betty Dlxon, custod1an,
Don LaMo1ne Mr Laurance N Pease was
the faculty representatlve for the year
CON HKU L
The g1rls student control has done a great
deal to bettex the order and conduct of the
students IH the assembl1es, wh1le the boys
control has seen to It that students support
the programs that are presented for them
not only by attendmg but also by glvlng
attentlon wh1le there
For the fall semester Sherwood Norton
was head of the Boys Student Control, and
Betty Clarke was cha1rman of the Glrls
Student Control Floyd Foppxano preslded
over the Boys Student Control for the
sprlng semester, and Barbara Lanen was
presldent of the Glrls Student Control
These student government boards have com
pleted a yery sattsfactory term and have
done much to lmprove the conduct of the
students by commandlng a respect for law
and order and encouraglng the students to
take prlde ln the appearance of thelr school
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7 Freshman Gxrls' Inmatton
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HE Grrls League a very 1mportant as
soc1at1on to whxch everv grrl 1n Hrgh
School belongs strrves among other thmgs
to br1ng out appreclatron of the finer arts
such as good drama musrc dancrng and
opportunltres for the glrls to hear good
In September the Grrls League sponsored
a party welcommg the new freshmen glrls
Another party was gxyen 1n February for
the nevy 9B s Because both the Soclal Ser
v1ce Club and the Old Engllsh S Socxety
are worthy and IDCHCHCIQI clubs the G1rls
League contrrbuted ten dollars to each of
them D1shes were bought and glven to the
bungalow In December money was contrnb
uted to the Red Cross for the Chrrstmas
boxes and lf was the Grrls League whxch
provlcled Chr1stmas trees and wreaths that
were used throughout halls and offices I
October Mxss McInnes Jean Crary Betty
D1Xon and Helen Caulklns attended the
ITH t motto Stholarshrp For Ser
v1ce 1n mund the Honor Scholar
shrp Socxety commenced IIS act1v1t1es for
1935 36 w1th a membersh1p of one hundred
and two students The Hrst duty of the Hon
or Scholarshlp members was to serve as gu1des
for the 1ncom1ng students dur1ng the first
week of the fall and spr1ng terms Officers
for tht fall semester were Betty lxon
pres1dent ean Strong v1ce preslden and
NICBOIIHZ Flcovrch secretary Stockton
H1gh School was the hostess for the D1str1ct
16 conventlon of the Cahfornra Scholarshlp
Federatxon on November 2 1935 The meet
mg was held lll the hrgh school audltorlum
and Betty Drxon pres1ded
After the drscusslon on the theme of the
day Frrendly Internat1onal Relatlons the
delegates attended a luncheon at Hotel
Clark In the afternoon a trap was made
through the Port of Stockton under the aus
plces of the Chamber of Commerce
Thrs year at the Lod1 game the Honor
Fed 1'21flOIl Conferen e at Santa Rosa where
Betty Dlxon responded to the address of
Vlany lnterestlng programs were grven
at the monthly meet1ngs In December there
was an amus1ng Chrlstmas play The an
nual spr1ng dance festrval was presented by
Mlss Halwrcks pup1ls A mght program
was glven for all the glrls and therr mothers
at whxch a play was worked out and acted
by the grrls themselves One of the out
standlng dances by Mlss Annely Uchrdas
pup1ls at thxs evenmg program was the beau
trful Vrennese waltz
The students holdmg office from Septem
ber to February were the followmg ean
Crary pres1dent Merle Trayer v1ce presr
dent and Helen C1UIklDS secretary treas
urer The February oflicers were Betty
Clarke pres1dent Maryjane Reed YICC pres
rdent and J an Wfoodruff secretary treas
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Scholarshlp Socrety undertook a new actlv
1ty when It sold candy LILll'111g the game Cn
Dec mber 12 1935 the annual publrc as
strnbly was held and certrficates for two
con eut1ve semesters membershrp were a
warded to twenty srx members The speak
er of the day was Dr Tully C Knoles who
spoke on What s Before Us The Honor
Scholarshlp Soclety also provlded S5 00 to
pay express charges on the Red Cross Chrlst
mas boxes to Guam On anuary 23 1936
a tea was gxven for the mothers and the
graduat1ng members Certrficates of mem
bershlp and l1fe membersh1p prns were a
vs arded to graduatrng senxors as a part of the
Class Day Program
The membershrp of the spr1ng semester
totaled one hundred and three students The
new officers were Martln Puhch pres1dent
B1l1B1dd1ck nee pres1dent and Alleen Bro
kaw secretary On March 20 the Honor
Scholarshlp Soclety spent 1ts annual pr1v1
lege day YlS1flDg the Un1yers1ty of Callfor
n1a campus Forty four members the spon
Forty t 0
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sor M1ss Slfford and several parents made
On Apr1l 18 the sponsors MISS Slfford
and MISS Humphreys the officers Mart1n
Puhch B111 B1dd1ck and Alleen Bookaw and
a votxng delegate attended the Annual Nor
thern Reglon Conference of the CHllfOIH13
Scholarshrp laederauon m Sebastopol
The year s act1v1t1es for the whole group
came to an end on May28 w1th the b1enn1al
banquet when l1fe membersh1p p1ns were
awarded 1936 wrll be well remembered by
all the members for the numerous act1v1t1es
JUNlOR RT D CROSS
TOCKTON I-hgh School has not only the
oldest chapter of un1or Red Cross 1n
Cal1forn1a but also one wh1ch takes prlde
1n cooperatlng wlth all the b1gger programs
undertaken by the Sen1or Red Cross It has
endeaw ored to answer all calls for asslstance
from the adult soc1ety and from the Federal
and State Governments as well as to help
orgamze other un1or Red Cross chapters
The work of the organlzauon of Stock
ton I-hgh School reaches both far and near
At Chr1stmas t1me the school filled more
Chr1stmas boxes than ever before Three
hundred elghty f1ve boxes were sent to
Guam to spread frnendshlp among the ch1l
dren of d1fferent natlons Twenty two box
es contalnlng whole Chr1stmas dmners were
dlstrlbuted to needy fam1l1es 1n Stockton
ASS1StCd by the art department and the prlnt
shop our orgamzatlon contr1buted one hun
dred place cards to the Senxor Red Cross
Roll Call meetlng and sent five hundred
Chr1stmas dmner menu covers to the Umted
The sole lncome of thlS chapter IS the
URINIC. the past year as 1n every other
year the Soclal Serv1ce Club has help
ed the less fortunate and has rendered ser
v1ce to those who are 1n need For Thanks
gn 1ng last fall the club bought and dellvered
a complete dmner to a poor fam1ly In the
early part of December the presndent Carla
Ortmm and the secretary Jane Carter at
tended a meetxng of sponsors of the San Joa
qum County s Crlppled Chlldren s Fund
Before Chr1stmas the glrls alded Mrs
Sapxro at the P T A Salvage Shop where
clothes are glven to the needy Durmg the
penn1es collected one day each month from
students and faculty One of the largest
contr1but1ons ever collected on Penny Day
vss that of March 26 when two hundred
dollars were collected for Eastern flood rel1ef
Speakers were sent to clubs and to other
schools ln an effort to cooperate wlth the
un1or Red Cross campalgn for Safety 1n
the Home and Farm Speakers were also
sent to Manteca to attend the county coun
c1l conference and to Sacramento where
our cha1rman Betty D1xon was asked to
preslde The Stockton Hxgh School chapter
asslsted 1n the formatlon of a San oaquln
Councll of Hlgh School un1or Red Cross
chapters 1n other communltles
S1nce the most 1mportant theme of the
soc1ety 1n Stockton Hrgh School has always
been Internatlonal Good W1ll May 18 was
celebrated 1n obserx at1on of Internauonal
Good W1ll Day Th1s year the un1or Red
Cross Club of Stockton Hlgh School was
ably preslded over by Betty Dlxon cha1r
man and Ruth Haney secretary MISS
Allce Mclnnes was the faculty sponsor
RN ICE CLUB
Hrst week of Chr1stmas vacatxon the mem
bers took turns selhng tuberculos1s seals at
the Stockton Post Ofhce They donated
money to MISS Mclnnes for the Chr1stmas
fund and 1n anuary the grrls gave through
Dr Slppy a check to the Crnppled Ch1l
drend s Fund
Later 1n January a candy sale was g1ven
at the lunch per1ods 1n order to ra1se more
money to help carry on thelr cause of help
mg the needy In February a drxve for new
members was started The membershlp IS
l1m1ted to glrls who are mterested rn charlt
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able wo1k Dues :ne pa1d ey ery semester by
I1 hft en n unbexs
On March 6 M ss Dorothy u1nn of the
l11glSl school faculty spol e to the club on the
act1y1t1es of the un1or A1d IH con1unct1on
w1th th Sunsh1ne School She told how
m ney IS ra1sed for TIHQI C1113 the school and
desc11bed a ty meal day of the ch1ldren at
On Aprll 2, IUCFDIDCIS of the club sold
candy at th Mase Ieem Rey 1ew sponsored
bv the Guard and Tackle staff In the latter
part of Apr1l the club VIS1tCd the Sunsh1ne
School A tr1p to Bret Harte was planned
for the g1rls dur1ng the Hrst part of May
On une 5 at the Carmval Day the Soc1al
SCFVICC Club mmaged a booth where they
sold novelty ICC cream
Oflicers of the club for the past success
ful year were presldent, Carla Ortman,
v1ce p1es1dent, Maryly Lyons, secretary
treasure1, ane Carter The faculty adv1sor
IS M155 Mar1lla Dunn1ng
WL SIC A CTIVITIIES
HE muslc dep11 tmcnt of Stockton H1gh
School has play ed 1ts usual part th1s vear
of 1935 36 111 proy1d1ng the student body
wlth pleasu1e a1d 1nsp1rat1on, and by glV
mg th w1o t COI'U1l1L1I'1lfN ahgeues of ent r
teunn e1ts o1 l1lCl'l If can well be proud
The Band of tockto1 I-I1gh School, un
der t1e leaders111p of Nr Harold I-Ie1s1nger
has a totll of 05 naemb rs It has played
for all t1 r ll1es IW the sch ol and also for
tl ose held ID theaters down town It ha
attended all the football Games held ln Stock
ton th1s yea1 as well as marchmg 111 the new
unno ms at the games, bath lo al and those
held IH IN desto and LOd1 Also the band
played and marched 111 unnorm 1n the
ITIISSICH Day Arm1st1ee and Decoratxon Day
parades For the1r Easter YISII to t1e Cen
dery of Ixn hts Iqemplars marched to the
n1'1s1c o 1e 1 chool bard Iommg yu h
K1 CIC ns ra t 1f ba d rl1ved 1n the 'mnua
1 151 vo ram O1 the ftl of Ma In e
stat ba 1oto11r1 'tment l ld n San Ieranc1sco
on May 9t 1, the band play ed and was rated
1"1 t 1 s IOP Later t115 sprmg If 1
two r1ore cf ucn p Cs ntat1ons M mbers
of th band E ro ed t e1r lovalty to the school
when th v can v c a Kees all durmg
last 5111 mer y aca11tn 101 re11ea1s'1ls
The Hfty memoers of the OlCl1CSI1'3 haye
fzlsa QIVCII fl'lC1I' heue of entertamment thls
yezu They play ed for the Chr1stmas pro
gram at the St ckton I-I1gh School on De
cember 18, and also ror the Sen1or plav last
fall MISS x7l1"g1H13 Sho1t who left about
m1d term for study 111 Europe, turned her
job as leader of the orchestra over to Mr
Loren Douglas, a College of Pac1Hc student,
vs ho cont1nued her good work w1th It Un
de1 h1s d1rect1on the orchestra played wlth
the band l1'l the Annual MUSIC Program g1V
en on May 7, and then aga1n for the une
class Sen1or plav g1ven on May 15
In th f1rst semester a str1ng tr1o and a
str1ng quartet were orgamzed under M135
VlYg1H13 Short The11 work was com1ng
along very successfully unt1l MISS Shorts
departure, but they d1scont1nued pre1ct1ce
Th1s year the chorus of the mus1c de
partment had 240 m mbers For IIS pro
jects lt sang several select1ons at the Chr1st
m IS program on December 18, and gave the
Ea ter 0rator1o, The Seven Last Words of
Chr1st, on March 29 ID the h1gh school
aud1tor1um Th1s was an outstand1ngly beau
tnul prcduct1on w1th the chorus work done
1n an CYCCPIIOHHI manner for such youthful
wagers T11 solo1sts for the occas1on were
M15 Myrtle Clarlfe, soprano, Mr V1ctor
Orr, tenor, and Mr Izverett Cra1g Elhs, bar1
tone Many of the members took part 1n the
Sprlng Festly al on May 16, Wlth the orches
tra and band 1n Turlock
The twenty fue Troubadours have en
terteuned qu1te frequently throughout the
year They sang for the Bay D1str1ct Tea
chers Inst1tute and broadcasted at the Cal1
forma Teachers Assoc1at1on over the Nat
1onal Broadcastmg Sy tem They had an
outstandmg part 1n the Izaster orator1o Be
1des tray ell1ng to San F1 anc1sco, they have
made sey eral other CFIPS around the county,
to Sacramento, Palo Alto, and Monte7uma,
as well as accompan1ng the band, orchestra,
and chorus to Turlock for the mu51c fest1val
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V OCATTDN AL DM? XRTMIENT
on THE past yea1 the Vocat1onal Depart
ment composed of 12 teachers and 189
boys has been very act1ve 1n 1ts var1ous pro
jects The boys 1n the mach1ne shop under
the tutelage of J H HHFFISOH have turned
out yar1ous mach1nes wh1ch are cons1dered
the best 1n the state Under Charles L1bhart
the students 1n the auto repa1r shop have
been act1vely engaged 1n studymg the con
structlon and repa1r of the modern automo
blle Boy s ll'l thxs class also traveled down to
the bay d1str1ct to VISII the Ford and the
Chevrolet assembhng plants Carpentry
classes have been yery act1ve around the
school dur1ng the year among the projects
they have accompl1shed be1ng the large
shovy er room ln the back of the boys gym
lockers for the art department and the r1fle
range on the armory grounds I I V
Vlears cab1net mak1ng boys have fimshed
uch useful p1OjCCtS as k1tchen cab1nets for
the Communlty House dressers and stands
for the mun1c1pal camp at S1ly er Lake four
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HE year 1935 36 was one of the most
successful and vt ell rounded ln the hls
tory of the publ1c speakmg department
Speakers were provlded for both Arm1st1c
and W1Sl11HbfOD Lxncoln programs At the
former on November 8 Dlck Daley Henry
Tcmme and Cy r1l Peletz spoke Dorothy
Llhot reclted a poem and Walter Hansel
acted as cha1rman At the latter on Feb
ruary 12 Martm Wnlson acted as cha1rman
Dorthy Patter on Walter Hansel and Gor
don Morey spoke whxle Geno Ner1 rec1ted
The department cooperated Wlfh the
Red Cross 1n putt1ng over Natxonal Safety
Week by scnd1ng speakers to all the rooms
of the h1gh school and to the grammar
schools Lloyd Goeppert and Bud Greenberg
spoke oy er radlo stat1on KGDM on fh1S sub
ject The school was represented 1n the D1s
tr1ct Shakesperean Contest by Eloxse Sm1th
and Lloyd Goeppert wmners of the 1nter
sets of lockers for use 1n school and towel
cabmets for the boys new shower room
Boys 1n the pr1nt shop have been well occup1
ed th1s year as u ual work1ng on a few pro
jects that are out of the ord1nary such as
pr1nt1ng three thousand cook books for the
econom1cs classes and five thousand spellxng
books for the elementary schools Boys IH
the pamt shop under C N Wllll3mS have
also accomphshed some Hne work Some
of the1r projects 1nclude pa1nt1ng the new
shower room 1n the boy s gym pa1nt1ng th
manual tra1n1ng shop at the Jackson School
and the eXcept1onally expert and beaut1ful
1nter1or decorat1ng work a comphshed n
renoy at1ng Mr C Cave s and M1ss Alnce
Mclnnes ofhces The pol1cy of the Voca
tlonal Depa1tment hlS year IS the same as
It has been ln precedxng years that IS to
develop boys who can hold jobs rather than
merely to turn out good machlnes or pro
February commencement speakers were
Harold W1lllS and -IIITIHIIB Brokaw who sub
stltuted for Merle Trayer In une Ruth
LOIT1b31'dl and Martln PL1llCll were chosen
f1om the pubhc speakmg department to
dehver the speeches fO1 the1r classes
Speeches were made also at unxor Red
C1 oss and Honor Scholarsh1p DISIFICI meet
1ngs by publxc speak1ng students The de
partment also suppl1ed two programs for a
local church and provlded the announce
ments and d1alogue for the Chr1st'nas MUSI
cal Program and the Mase Fem RCVICW As
always the classes advertlsed both sen1or
plays 1n the grammar schools and before the
var1ous luncheon clubs TDIS year they also
cooperated ID advertlsmg Sen1or M6mOFl6S
throughout the school Each class ended
the year w1th a banquet at Wl'llCl'l the mem
bers dxsplayed the1r ab1l1ty as after dmner
speakers Teachers of the department were
MISS Larson head of the Enghsh depart
ment M1ss Butters and MISS Green
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DA! IPF STUI ll
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Through The Year
By Mervl Thoman lune Class
Ringing bells scurrying feet
Happy friends you re glad to meet,
Long asslgnments, finals too
Heavy work ahead of you
Tardy slips Mlss Robbms call
Rallles football games ln fall
Lxbrary books overdue
Scamperxng freshmen yellxng Boo
Freezmg weather out for gym
Rouge and llpstlck just for him
Study hall lots of nolse
Teachers frown loss of joys
Memory books slgnatures
Pan Paclflc Mr Kerr s
Banquets dinners swlmmxng meets
German p1cn1c lots of eats
Electlon day ray for Lyncle'
Student dances ln the gym
Tacky week senlors hlcks
Lads and lassles from the sticks
Basketball senlor play
Open House not by day
Caps and gowns senior rlngs
S H plns porty things
Roarlng oceans rushlng tldes
Bllsterecl heels sunburned hlcles
Skatmg rlnks motor rldes
Hearty laughter achlng sxdes
Gym clothes home turned xn keys
No tardy bells last of D s
une eleventh happy day
No more school tnme for play
East Side Academic Bulldlng
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1011 RN ALIEN
OURINALISVI act1y1t1es of Stockton I-hgh
School are concerned w1th three publ1
cat1ons the Guard and Tackle the Annual
and the L1terary Leaflet The Guard and
Tackle wh1ch IS 1ssued vyeekly to those hav
1ng student body cards had as 1fS edltors
ean Walcott dllflllg the fall semester and
Meryl Thoman dur1ng the spr1ng
The fall ISSL s of the pape1 rated 1n sec
ond place group 111 the Columbla SCl'lOl2StlC
Press ASSOCIHUOII yudgmg and also 1n the
Natlonal Scholast1c Press Assoc1at1on More
than one thousand papers were entered from
all parts of the U11lfCd States Durmg the
year delegates from the staff and the faculty
adv1sor Mlss L Luc1le Turne1 attended
press conVent1ons at Modesto UIIIOI' College
Stanford UITIVCISIQ and the UNIX GFSIIY of
On Apr1l 2 the members of the staff
a1ded by many students and teachers pre
sented a style show the Masc and Fem
g1rls modeled school street sport and for
mal clothes They were nommated and
voted for on ballots wh1ch appeared 1n the
Guard and Tackle
.1ud1ence voted for a k1ng and queen They
elected Lesl1e Knoles and Alleen Bolter The
affa1r yyas a success and lf yvas dec1ded 1f
poss1ble to make If an annual occas1on
Durmg the FCVICW the
The Annual IS larger th1s year than lt
has been for sey eral years The students of
Stockton I-hgh School yoted by a large ma
yor1ty to haye a larger book 1nstead of the
smaller Senlor MCU1Of1CS Thele are more
snapshot pages and accounts of clubs 1n It
but the name IS reta1ned The staff IS headed
by Lllen Walker ed1tor Other members
are Na1da T1ther1ngton assoc1ate ed1tor
ohn Blllones art ed1tor and B1ll Du B015
The L1terary Leaflet yyh1ch IS publ1shed
monthly IS d1str1buted w1th the Guard and
Tackle It IS made up by two persons of the
HCWSWflIlHg class or by two persons on the
newspaper staff In lf are 1ncluded the best
stor1es essay s and POCIUS vy r1tten 1n the var1
ous Lnghsh classes The first page also usual
ly conta1ns a l1noleum cut The leaflet was
first publ1shed IH 1933
S X members of the staffs of the Guard
and Tackle and the Annual became members
of the Qu1ll and Scroll 111 1935 Two of
these graduated w1th the February class
leaylng four membe1s dur1ng the sprlng
semester E1ght new members we1e lI1lf1'1t
ed 1n May
QlUlLL AN ID SCRUI L
HE u1ll and Scroll soc1ety IS a nat1onal
organ1zat1on Wl'l1Cl'l was started to g1ye
1"CCOgIl1flOI'1 to h1gh school students who hay e
done outstandmg yy ork 1n 1ournal1sm A
h1gh standa1d IS set for membersh1p 1n the
club A student des1r1ng membershlp must
be scholast1cally 1n the upper th1rd of h1s
class he must have done dlStll'lCt1VC and out
standmg work 111 some part of h1gh school
faculty member 1n charge of Journahsm 1n
h1s school and he must be approved bv the
nat1onal secretary t1easurer of the SOCICIY
The organ1zat1on was first establ1shed a
l1ttle over ten years ago and has grown untxl
there are now chapters 1n all parts of the
Un1ted States 1n Cuba and 111 England The
local chapter was started 1n the sprmg of
1928 w1th ten charte1 members SIX mem
bers were 1n1t1ated 1nto the SOCICIY 1n May
1935 They were B111 Scantlebury Augusta
Bengs Meryl Thoman ean Wfalcott Ellen
Walker and Nalda T1ther1ngton The first
tvyo graduated Wlth the I'eb1uary class leav
1ng four dur1ng the last semester The offi
cers elected yy ere Augusta Bcngs pres1dent
Meryl Thoman y1ce pres1dent and ean
Wfalcott secreta1y Mnss L Iucnle Turner
IS the faculty ady1sor
The most lmportant act1y1ty undertaken
by the organ1zat1on dur1ng the year yvas the
rey 1s1on of the standard 1n1t1at1on sery 1ce to
fit the needs of the chapter It was dec1ded
that a candle l1t ceremony would be follow
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3. Parr of thc Staff at Stanford 8. Annual Staff 6. At U. C. Press Convention
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QUILL AND SCROLL
ed, wrth each of the members tellmg about
an essentral of good journalrsm Thev are as
follows truth, loyalty , srncerrty , and rmpar
tralrty A breakfast was gry en by the club
to several members of the Guard and Tackl
N 1936 the Art Department had a larger
enrollment of students than rn any pre
vrous year In fact the enrollment was so
large that rt reached the extent of out grow
mg the department The Art courses were
varred and extensrve enough to satrsfy the
demand for prepartron along several drffer
ent lrnes of aft work The followrng cours
mercral art, desrgn and crafts, advanced free
hand drayyrng, art apprecratron, hrstorv of
art, rnstrumental drawrng, engrneerrng
drawrng, advanced archrtectural drawrng,
and advanced engrneerrng drawrng
The class rn hrstory of art st1rted a new
and very rnterestrng study thrs year, that of
sculpturrng Students modeled such thrngs
as therr pet dogs, ash trays to go wrth then
furnrture at home, and modernrstrc heads
The class planned to v1s1t 1 pottery works
rn Berkeley where each student would have
the opportunrty to do some pottery work
usrng the regular potter s tools
Last semester the one o clock A class of
desrgn and craft had the pleasure of 1 trrp
to Palo Alto, where they vrsrted the Allr d
Arts Gurld, and were entertarned at the
home of Mr de Lemos Weavrng and srlk
screen work, both of vs hrch are new subjects,
were rntroduced rnto the school rn the desrgn
and craft class
stafl on December 19 rn the bungalow to
prom te rntcrest rn the socrety A number
of successful candy sales were also conducted
by the club du'rng the year In May erght
new members were rnrtrated rnto the group
TV Wi HIS
The A t Department frequently coop
errtee yy rth the drfferent Ol3.,21l1l73Il0l'l9 on
the eamp s rn makrng posters and drawings
l rank Ixus 1 1 1d lohn Brllones were respon
srole for those most outstandrng and clever
drawrngs on tne brrckboards rn C 24 durrng
the footoall seasor The posters for the
Vhsc and Pem Rey rew yy ere done by art stu
ed rn makrng the Annual an artrstrc success
by supplyrng lrnoleum prrnts and charcoal
Lerla Sanders, 1 une 35 graduate of
Stockton Hrgh School yy as judged prrze
yvrnner rn the orl parntmg drvrsron of the
McKee awards and also gryen permanent
possessron of the Robert T McKee cup for
havrng submrtted the best O11 parntrng dur
rng the past Hve vear perrod Thrs year
thrrteen out of twenty nrne Stockton Hrgh
students who submrtted work won rrbbons
rn some dry rsron of the contest Thrs an
nual art contest, open to county resrdents
under twenty' one years of age, was rnaug
urated Eye years ago by members of the Mc
Kee famrly to grve art students a dehnrte
goal Lash prrzes hrve been awarded each
year rn yarrous fields, many of them havrng
been won by Stockton Hrgh School students
Lerla Saunders s prrle wrnnrng pfuntrng thrs
year was entrtled After the Ram
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lL 4kMllCA1L11 FR XNC NISE
A IS A long way from France but 1f one
has ever attended a French Club
mectmg w1th 1tS 240 members one knows
that the French Club does much to br1ng
them to a better understand1ng of France
and 1tS people by show1ng mov1ng plctures
present1ng talks s1ng1ng songs and g1v1ng
plays 1935 36 club officers we1e pres1dent
Jack McBr1de secretary treasurer Betty
F1tzgerald sergeant at arms MorganNoble
Two meet1ngs of the year were outstand
1ng On December 6 M1ss Hegg1e s elght
o clock class gave a Chrlstmas play 1n wh1ch
the leadmg roles were taken by jerry A1ka
wa Dorothy Bre1twe1ser Dor1s Guernsey
Ilhzabeth Harper Tom Hodgk1ns Toaru
Iscluyana Arthur Iwatha Ahce Phelps H1l
ton Watters Donald MacAll1ster and Pa
tr1c1a McNamara On March 20 a Gu1gnol
play was glven under the d1rect1on of Mlss
Lukes Outstandmg 1n makmg th1s program
a success were Jeanne Mar1e Marblestone
Abel de Haan ack Wh1pple and Pearl
Sweet Members of the French Club owe a
great deal of thanks to MISS Lukes and M1ss
Heggle for tllell' kmd ass1st1nce 1n d1rect1ng
both the p1 ograms and the sp1r1t of L Am1
GAIN thls year the German Club spon
sored by MISS Ellen De Ruch1e has
proven to be one of Stockton H1gh s most
act1ve organ1zat1ons Before the student
body If has presented stunts to 1dvert1se the
Stockton Lod1 football game last fall and the
Sports Carn1val th1s spr1ng The club s suc
cess has been shown by 1ts ab1l1ty to present
a scholarslnp of 2150 as a g1ft to some member
Outstandmg speakers of the year were
Mr Ca1l Beyers representauve of 1 German
ra1lroad who spoke on the Olymp1c games
of 1936 and MISS Ida C Green who des
cr1bed her recent tr1p to Deutschland
Through the courtesy of the Hamburg
Amer1can l1nes two educat1onal movles on
Das Vaterland were shown Two of the
annual events vxere the Chr1stmas party
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wh1ch featu1ed IH amateur contest th1s vcar
and a p1Cn1c at Oak Park 1n May Qfhcers
for the whole year were the followmg pres1
dent Henry Temme v1ce pres1dent Doug.,
las Powell secretary Ioan Meye1s
l'1FA1L1AN CILJL 13
LTHOUGH the Ital1an Club IS only 1n 1ts
e1ghth year It has become one of the
outstand1ng clubs of the school Under the
able gu1dance of L VSHHUCCIHI faculty
advlsor the membershlp has 1ncreased from
a small handful to approX1matelv one hun
dred and S1Xty students Several promnnent
speakers haxe addressed the students 1n the
regular monthly meetmgs Dr CFHVIOIYO
presented the subject of Itahan l1terature
and Dr Rosasco spoke on v1v1sect1on Mr
VHHDUCCIHI also gave a talk on Itahan l1ter
To augment 1nterest 1n the study of the
Itahan language the club has a S100 schol
arsh1p oifered to a student who has taken
three or more years of Itahan and plans for
further study of the language In the past
few years the It'1l1an Government has been
awardmg gold s1lver and bronze medals to
the three most outst'1nd1ng students 1n each
Off1ce1s for the 1935 36 term were as
follows pres1dent Walter Allad1o VICE
pres1dent Dorothy Braghetta secretary
Eva Gar1bald1 sergeant at arms Dorothy
RISSO and Alecy Bava
LAT HN CLUB
HE Latm Club or Conventus Latmus
has had a h1ghly successful year under
1ts sponsor M1ss L1ll1an W1lll3mS ass1sted by
R C Hofmelster and the follow1ng ofhcers
Geno Nerl pres1dent RlCl131d Flem1ng
v1ce pres1dent Margaret Gallagher secre
tary treasurer and Robert Tout se1geant
Programs for the monthly meetmgs have
cons1sted of plays and talks most of them
presented by students Two types of plays
have been g1ven one an h1stor1cal play de
s1gned to mcrease the student s Lat1n back
ground fo1 the per1od 1n wh1ch Lat1n was a
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spoken language and the other a gram
matlcal type of play wh1ch showed V1Vldly
such stumbling blocks IH the Latln student s
path as 1rregular yerbs declensxons and
other confusmg parts of speech
Three of the best meetlngs and therr
respecmve programs mcluded the October
meetmg at whlch M1ss Anderson spoke on
Roman Rums mn Spam March at whlch
a novel program honor1ng Caesar was pre
sented and Aprnl at wlnch Nat Brown told
of hls European trxp The club partlclpated
at the Sports Carmx al by sellmg punch
SPANISI I CLUB
HE Spamsh Club has completed a yerv
successful year In the fall the float
representmg a bullfight w1th Lodr as the
bull and Stockton as the matador whleh thrs
club prepared for the Lod1 football rally
recexved first pr1Le The club also had a
booth at the Sports Carmval the profits of
whnch went toward the scholarshxp that the
club gxves every year to some student who
IS gonng to major m a forelgn language at
The club meetlngs have all been lnteres
tlng In October Mlss Selna showed movmg
prctures whrch she took whxle she was IH
showed colored hlms taken rn Mexrco I
anuary an amateur hour was staged at
whlch George Comaskey who played an ac
cordran vyon first puze At other meetmgs
many mttrestmg sklts and musrcal numbers
were put on by students of drfferent classes
Qfhcers of the club were ean Crary
presldent Velma McInt1re XICC presldent
Carol Tanaka secretary treasurer Mxss An
derson was the sponsor
CIMIINIISIE' Cl UB
T SELMS that when one hears or sees some
thmg oy er and oyer agaxn one becomes
bored Rtahzmg thas fact the program
commrttee of the Chmese Club declded to
exchange talents vuth the Japanese Club
Varlety added spree to the meetmgs Instead
of seelng the same faces do1ng fam1l1ar thmgs
the members enjoy ed the srghr of new faces
domg new and nnterestmg tlaxngs and en
thustasm and mterest na the club mcreased
As anuary gnaduatnon drew near plans
were made for a soclal ID honor of the grad
uatmg sen1ors In commg freshmen were
also mvlted I'I A Bradley faculty adviser
and Mrs Bradley were chaperones Durmg
the sprmg semester a Chow Mem dmner
was gn en Also the club took actxve partl
clpatxon rn the Sports Carmy al
At the fmal meetmg of the fall semester
Vrctor Ah Tye presldent Kmg Lee vxce
presldent Kenneth WOI1g secretary treas
urer turned oycr thelr ofhces to the new
officers Kenneth Wong Mary Wong and
FII IIPINO CLI B
URING the past year the F1l1p1no Club
has had many very mterestmg pro
grams and has been very actrye desp1te the
fact that the membershlp of the club IS qulte
small To g1ve the members a chance to
acquaxnt themselves wlth each other ns the
expressed purpose of the club
Under the able supervxslon of MISS Cath
errne Humbargar faculty ady1ser the club
has made real progress and has enjoyed good
speakers and entertamments Interestmg
slldes of the Phrhppme Islands shown an one
entertammg as well as educat1onal programs
of the year
A most umque and clever exhnbntlon that
drew the crowd at the Sports Carmval was
thrs clubs conceptlon of the large trans
Pac1Hc flymg boat the Chma Chpper
Enocents Godlnez as presldent headed
the fall cabmet assrsted by Demetr1o Mosco
so v1ce presldent Roman Adymento secre
tary treasurer and oe Beharm sergeant
at arms The sprmg cabmet was composed
of Roman Adylento presrdent Demetrlo
Moscoso xxce presldent Dolores Iasco sec
retary treasurer and Vlncent Vlllamor
s rgeant at arms
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F THE seyen years that the Japanese
Club has been orgamzed th1s one has
undoubtedly been the most successful be
cause of the able sponsorshlp of Mlss Fhza
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1 and 4. Dreams don'i always come true 5. Rooiing for Alma Mater 8. Teh. Tsh, Such Affection
2. G. and T. Advisers at Stanford 6. Filling Christmas Boxes for Guam 9. Gimme a horse. a great big horse
3. Sports Carnival Day, '35 7. Laying the February Class Plate 10. Sich Peoples, Ruff Seenyers
beth Humbargar and the 'lblllty of the cab
met members The membershlp has steadxly
xncreased now reachxng a total of over 300
The purpose of the club IS for the members
to become better acqualnted wlth each other
as well as w1th other organ1zat1ons
To ralse money for a S100 00 scholarsh1p
fund and to meet the expenses of the Fourth
Annual Northern Cahforma H1gh School
J S C Conference held 1n Stockton on
Aprrl 25 and 26 the club successfully spon
sored a Japanese movxe one of the most
notable thmgs of the year The S C
conference ltself wxth 1ts d1st1ngu1shed
speakers drscussron groups contests lunch
eons and a banquet cl1maxed by a dance was
enjoyed by over 225 out of town and local
students and was an outstandmg success
To beautrfy the campus the club gave
s1x flowerlng cherry trees to the school S
cxals for the year 1ncluded dance part1es for
the graduates and tta rtceptlons for the 1n
Officers for the fall semester were Takeo
Utsumn pres1dent, Satosh1Mor1wak1 v1ce
pres1dent Roy Tesh1ma secretary Yosh1o
MOf1W3k1 treasurer Chr1st1na Kubota so
g1n1a Inouye and oe Takesh1ta sergeants
at arms and for the spr1ng semester were
Joe Kubota presldent Satoshr Morrwakl
XICC presrdent Shrgetaka Arao secretary
xIOlCl'llT1SLlSh1I'l'121 treasurer Dorothy Mxyata
soc1alcha1rman Isam1Hag1o h1stor1an Lo1s
Utsumx and jack Tsudama sergeants at
The apanese Government extended an
1nv1tat1on to MISS Ehrabeth Humbargar
club sponsor to make a tour of apan
Korea and Manchukuo th1s summer M1ss
Humbargar wlrh fourteen other teachers
w1ll leaxe San Franclsco on uly 1 and on
arrlvxng 1n the Crlent wlll be shown the
most famous and lnterestmg places of th1s
1sland kmgdom and the adjacent mamland
PAN P XCHHC CLUB
HE Pan Pac1f1c Club composed of stu
dents vs ho have recexved a grade of C
or better 1n Pan PHCIHC h1story and who
have a substantlal mer1t record has had a
xery eventful year A new system for the
Srmm Mr HIOIIKN
meetmgs was put rnto effect by the club
sponsor J W Kerr assxsted byW C Young
and the fOllOWlI1gJ ofhcers Bob ljams PICSI
dent and Lo1s Grable secretary treasuxer
Durmg 1935 36 the programs have been
furnlshed by the d1fferent nat1onal1t1es of
students who belong to the club Orlental
customs danclng and fercmg have been
the hlgh hghts of the monthly meetmgs At
one of the meet1ngs Chmese and japanes
food and tea were served
In anuary the fourth annual banquet
was held at On Lock Sam s restaurant After
the program whrch conslsted of natrve dan
c1ng fenc1ng and a talk by Harry Ch1nn of
the College of the PHCIHC dancmg Amerr
can style was enjoyed by all On Sports
Carnlval Day the club sold 1ce cream 1n 1ts
lRAVlEL Cl T B1
T THE second meetmg of the newly
organlzed Travel Club sponsored by
M Wllllam Kerr a program ent1tled
What the well dressed boy and glrl w1ll
wear on a European tour 1f hmrted to one
portmanteau and an over mghr bag was
the g1rls garb Mr Kerr on the boys and
Mrss E DeRuch1e on Gomg through cus
Wlth the purpose 1n mlnd of teachlng
the pup1ls the rrght way to travel proper
clothes to take how to secure passports how
to go through customs the proper att1tude
toward people of d1ffe1ent nations how to
take care of one s health whlle travehng and
finally of 1ntere t1ng students 1n forergn na
t1ons mot1on p1ctures of varous countrres
and programs coverrng varrous phases of
travel were presented before the enthus1ast1c
At present the membersh1p IS hmrted to
one hundred and only to those Interested ln
travel Thxs summer the club IS sponsormg
an Olympjc' Tour and about twenty stu
dents are expected to go The flrst officers
of the club 1nclude D1ck Daley presrdent
Rose Lee Rowe VICC presrdeat Blll Ren
wxck correspondxng secretary Duff Chap
man recordrng secretary Gong Yut treas
urer, and Stanley Tutton sergeant at arms
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HI: H1 Y, a well estabhshed boys club
sponsored by the Y IVI C A 111 Stock
ton H1gh School, has four mam pr1nC1ples
clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarsh1p
and clean l1v1ng The purpose of the club
IS to create, ma1nta1n, and extend through
out the school and communxty h1gh stan
dards of Chr1st1an character Its ma1n ser
v1ce IS to a1d the h1gh school 1n carrylng out
TIIIS year two new programs were under
taken The first of these was a football team,
the second, a contest 1n Wl1lCl'l ack BOQUISY
was the first to have h1s name on the trophy
The club had a basketball team coached by
Tom Nesb1tt, theY M C A sponsor Other
forms of enterta1nment such as p1cn1cs and
dmners, were enjoyed
Although th1s year the H1 Y neared d1s
1ntegrat1on, the constant efforts of the pres1
dents and officers and the great a1d rendered
by Tom Nesb1tt ra1sed the membersh1p to
twenty one Officers of the wlnter class
were Don R1vett, pres1dent, John Bauman,
v1ce pres1dent, ack Bl1nn, secretary, Ben
arms The sp11ng made only two changes
1n the 1nner c1rcle They were John Bauman,
pres1dent, jack Lr7, VICC pres1dent
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111: years 1et1v1t1es of the Tr1 Y were
started Wlfh a dr1ve for new members
and a mock 1n1t1at1on In October 1n order
to ra1se some money a food sale was held at
Black s In December the g1rls held a thea
ter party and later 1n the evenmg enjoyed
refreshments at the home of one ofthe mem
At the beg1nn1ng of the February semes
ter the newly elected officers were 1nstalled
and a mock 1n1t1at1on was used 1n October 1n
order to brlng 1nto the club svc new mem
bers A snow party was planned for March,
but by that t1me snow was so scarce that the
gnls were forced to forego the tr1p For the
flood rehef three dollars was taken out of the
treasury and g1ven to MISS Mclnnes, who
eomphmented the club for havmg contr1
buted more than any other group
A successful progress1ve d1nner was g1v
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en on Apr1l 25 On May 79 Carn1val Day
the g1rls of the club planned a booth for
sell1ng a cool1ng drlnk For that same even
1ng were arranged a scavenger hunt, and a
dance later at the meet1ng place In order
to help send a deserv1ng g1rl to the Camp
F1re GIFIS camp, some money was donated
at the end of the year
The purpose of the club IS the meet1ng of
the g1rls 1n order to help worthy char1table
act1v1t1es as well as to carry on soc1al affa1rs
Officers for the fall semester were pres1dent,
Dor1s Sherwood, v1ce pres1dent, Frances
Clements, secretary Pat Carson, treasurer,
Jean Walcott Those for the spr1ng semester
were pres1dent, ane Carter, v1ce pres1dent,
Dorothy D1nub1lo, secretary, Mary Ghck
treasurer, Maryly Lyons
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HE Rxfle Club IS one of the newest 1n th1s
school It was orgamzed to encourage
marksmansh1p as a sport and to g1VC 1nstruc
t1on 1n accurate shoot1ng, care of FIIICS and
safety precaut1ons The club IS 1n no sense
m1l1tar1st1c The group has the steady fol
lowxng of a small number of boys who are
rap1dly turn1ng 1nto marksnaen of whom
the school may well be proud
Sponsors of the club are Mr Rogers
and Major O I-Ioskms of the Nat1onal
Guard Ofhcers of the fall semester were
ohn I-Ioskms, pres1dent, Frank Fre1tas sec
retary Officers for the spr1ng semester were
Bob Weaver, pres1dent, John Bowers, VICC
pres1dent, Dean Clawson, secretary, ohn
I-Ioskms, range officer Some of the naem
bers and the1r respect1ve scores were Dean
Clawson, 40 John HOSIQIHS, 38 Bob Wea
Boys of th1s club have bu1lt a r1fle range
for the1r own use 1n the stable on the other
s1de of the Armory They are tak1ng a great
1nterest 1n the1r club Watch them They
are go1ng places'
BOYS SCIIENCCIB KCI IB
HE Boys Sc1ence Club l1m1ted to boys
who make recommend1ng grades 1n SCI
ence, was founded 1I'l 1921 and now flour1sh
es Wlfh a membersh1p of s1xty five 1935 36
oficers were pres1dent, ack Bhnn, v1ce
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president Dick Daley secretary treasurer
One of the most interesting events in the
clubs program was the liquid air experi
ments demonstrated by Mr Sweet chemis
try teacher and sponsor of the club A
other meetings Mr Kerr talked on Alaska
Mr Spaford cadet teacher from the College
of the Pacific talked on linoleum and its
manufacture Mr Dolahite gave a talk on
neon signs and Professor onte of the Col
lege of the Pacific showed pictures taken on
the annual Death Valley Boulder Dam ex
PHJLOPH YSEAN CLUB
N the fall semester the Philophysean Club
composed of girls interested in science
studied astronomy Some planet or other
heavenly body was reported on each month
In the spring electrical experiments were
studied with the aid of Mr Corbett A
the end of the year the annual dinner was
The fall semester officers were Doris
Sherwood president Yolanda Craviotta
uce president Barbara uail secretary
treasurer' Peggy Beth Trost program chair-
man. The spring semester oflicers were Olive
Ross president' Muriel Mello vice-presi-
dent' Betty Smith secretary-treasurer. Mrs.
Abbott was the sponsor.
AGRIQCIULIURIE CH UBS
TARTING their sixth year with the turkey
project thirty boys were learning to
raise the birds on a commercial scale under
the direction of leading turkey growers of
the world Twenty-one boys bought two
thousand one hundred eggs, which were
hatched on the High School Farm, operated
J. Mitchell Lewis' supervision. There
the birds were brooded and developed for
the fall holiday market. The Board of Edu-
cation advances the money for feed, the boys
to pay them back later when the returns
came in. The club has gained a reputation
for putting such high quality turkeys on the
Stockton market that last Thanksgiving ex-
President Hoover bought one of their birds.
F umain 5. Shakespearean Entrants Six? ,
Memorial Oak 6. Hon. Scholarship Convenfonites 5
Santa Claus Is Coming 7. Freshman Stunts
Senior M enzories
GOLDE N H OOF CLUB
group of boys hay mg pooled therr funds
to buy a flock of pure bred Rambourl
let sheep and fifty ewes contact leadrng
sheepmen of the valley and learn to solve
sheepmen s problems
EMBERS of the Bee Club own a number
of colonres of bees and haye outstand
rng bee men coach them The Club meets
weekly at the nrght school
T SQUAIRL CLLB
Rowmo rnterest rn archrtecture and en
grneerrng drawrng encouraged H G
Brssell wrth the ard of a student commrttee
to organrze the T Square Club rn the sprrng
of 1934 Speakers from the faculty College
of the Pacrfic and down town firms famrl
rarrzed the future archrtects and engrneers
wrth the lrfe and work rn therr respectrve
helds The new College of the Pacrfrc swrm
mrng pool the Nalley Machrne and Tool
Works and especrally the Port of Stockton
enlrghtenrng studres rn archrctecture and en
grneerrng A booth was sponsored by the
club on Sports Carnrval Day
A novel feature of the club rs the name
T Square a yery rmportant rnstrument to
the archrtect and engrneer Other rnstru
ments are used rn place of the conventronal
names of officers thus the presrdent rs the
Brg Trrangle the yrce presrdent Lrttle Trr
angle the secretary treasurer Sealer ser
geant at arms Eraser
Brll McMurray Lrndley Lehmann and
Jrmmy Norton were the officers of the fall
semester Brll Barnett Irvrng Wong Le
land Palmer and Tom Dardrs served for the
C XMERA CI UB
HE Camera Club rs composed of about
hfteen boys who are rnterested rn eh
scrence of photography The members are
Bud Greenberg Charles Adams Fred Tas
ano Grlbert 'Iart Imerson Mc Krndsay
Charles Mrller Rrchard Rrddell Harold
Drckey Brll Du Bors Tom Stockwell Grant
Collrver I rul ohannaber fred Van Dyke
Bob Takahashr Arthur Nerlson Wfayne
Bundy and Graf Knock The club has not
been yery actrye but they rntend to hue
speakers from tovy n to crrtrcrse therr photo
graphs from a teehnrcrl strndpornt The
mutual benefit of the CIFITLI 1 Club rs the
knowledge garned fron practrce together
of a chosen hobby Thrs general rnterest
offers many pornts of contrast yyrth other
subjects and rs especrally helpful to stud nts
who later may take up llIT'0SI any krnel of
screntrhc or technreal work S Landrum
rs the sponsor of the Club and belreves that
rts vsork promotes the cultry atron of obser
xatron reeuracy and attentron to detul
rllll AHCR XT Ill RS
HL mam actryrtres of the llayerrfters
for the past year haye been th regular
try outs for membershrp rnto th elub and
an amateur shovx presented for the members
at the Chrrstmas meetrng Officers for the
club durrng the fall semester were presrdent
Clrfford Trotter vree presrde at Harold
Wfrllrs secretary Velma Nflelntrre Those
for the sprrng semester were presrdent lack
Holmes ylee presrdent Rowenr Satterberg
secretary Phy llrs Grrmshaw
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CAT ,END AAR
Septembel 4 7821 reglstel at Stockton
H1 h S74 l1'1COI'Il11 freshmen Cllff Trot
ter new student lody presmdent and lean
Craly Cnls Lcabue presldent tal e charge
Sept 9 lXeW band Lmforms dlsplayed
Sept 18 Student controls appolnted by
Betty Clark and Sherv ood Nort n first
y 1ce presndent and CO111'111SSlOHCI' of welfare
Sept 14 Tarzans defeat Buxlmgame 20 0
Sept 20 Sm Mateo 19 0 and Sept 27
Sa led Heart 14 0 m football eo atests
October 2 Pxospectlye graduates num
ber 177 Student dances start Oct 9
F1rst fllallf rally held at Foae Cal1fo1n1a Oct
12 St lff attends Modesto C press con
CISCO does IT1'lg1C trlcks Oct 26 Dele
gates go to press cony entlon at Stanford
O t 30 Students celebrate Safety Wfeek
San Jose defeated by Stocl ton 77 7 Speclal
tram carrxes rooters to see Tarzans trounce
Sacramento Hlhll 26 6
Roy ember 7 Honor Scnolarshnp holds
conyentlon at Stockton Nov 8 Anmns
t1c 1DI'0.,1"l1111'l21L1Cl1fO11l.lIT1 Nov 14 385
Cnrlstmas boxes SCl1t to Guam Nov 19
Floats bands palade at mght for Lodl game
rally Nov 20 Growmg Pams chosen
12A play 72 semors s1gn for parts Noy
22 Reyo cm, students have Tl18HliS,lV1Hg
yacatxon Tarzan y1ctor1s oyer Modesto
Zu 0 and Fresno 6 0 fa l to lesson shock of
awlul defeat by Lodl Flames 21 7
December 4 Stud nts hear Stock Fx
change personnel head Cameron Beck Clas
slcal Club holds Roman banquet Dec 6
acquelme Duke gly es program w1th Pacnfic
A Capella cholr Dec 12 lresrdent Knoles
of College of the Pacxflc speaks at assembly
for awardmg., Honor Scholarsh1p certlfacates
Dec 17 Sen1o1s haye banquet 1n ,gurls
gy mnaslum Dec 20 Two Weeks vaca
t1on rellef to students Tarzans galn thre
ynctorxes and ICCLIXL tv o defeats as start of
anuary 8 Students h ar trafnc ofhcnals
on careful drums an 13 48 candndates
for office an 17 Dick Daley Blll 'VIC
Murray to run a,,,a1n for presvdent lan 27
B111 MeMurray' elected presxdent, Betty'
Clark, Girls' League presldent Ian 24
ttGFOWlDg PZ1lI1S,,1S gleat suceess Jan 30
177 semors graduate Stockton defeats
XVoodland 40 20, Ian 10, Sacramento,
37 11, Ian 17, l.4OLl1, 26 18, Ian 25, and
St Maryfs, 77 19, lan 79 Games lost to
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Broadway Clowns, St Mary's, and Stanford
February 5 School Pres1dent G1rls
League head welcome 820 freshmen Feb
12 Student speakers Troubadours present
Washlngton Lmcoln program Feb 14
Antolnette Tague gxves 10c program Pan
PZICIHC Club holds banquet Feb 19 01
members 1n Honor Scholarsh1p Feb 28
Geoffrey Morgan speaks Stockton wms all
games 1n month defeatxng Sacramento C
48 28 on Feb 1 and on Feb 7 Woodland
35 19 Feb 14 Sacramento Hlgh 31 14
Feb 15 Modesto 32 17 and Lodn 36 25
March Guard and Tackle has fortleth
blrthday Mar 13 B1llT1lden speaks Mar
20 44 Honor Scholarshlp members attend
conwentlon at U C Mar 25 Kenneth
Struckfaden glves electrlcal demonstratlon
Mar Z7 28 Staff attends annual U C
press conference Mar 79 Muslc depart
ment presents Easter Oratorlo 54 slgn for
sennor play Tarzans ga1n basketball vlctory
ox er Sutter Creek are defeated by Manteca
Mzr 7 and 13 Fr sh top annual lnterclass
track meet Track team takes second Mar
18 at Modesto
Aprxl 2 M3SCUlll1L Femmme res ue IS
gnen Anleen Boulter and Leslle Knoles chos
en queen and kxng by enthuslastlc crowd
Apr 3 13 Students enjoy week s rest wlth
Faster as excuse Apr 15 Elolse Smuth
and Lloyd Goeppert chosen for Shakespea
presents xarlety program Apr 30 Gpen
House n1ght b1'lI1gS parents to Hngh School
Sprung Tr unmg held for football candudates
U C Frosh defeat swlmmmg team and track
team Tennls stars annex C I F Sectional
May 7 Vocatnonal department has pro
gram Band and Orchestra gn e annual con
cert May 11 Student Councll undertakes
program for student body May 15 Sen
nor play It lNex er Rams enthusxastncally
recelved May 16 Stockton Muslc depart
ment shares annual festlval at Turlock May
7? unlors and Senlors plan S n1or Prom at
Phllomathean Club House
une 4 F1rst school annual for four
wears Issued une 5 Sprmg Carmx al great
day Guard and Tackle puts out specnl Razz
Issue une 10 SCHIOFS hold Class Day 1n
audxtorlum u e 11 Commencement
LXLFCISLS for our 400 graduates
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CHRI S SPORTS
ITHOUGH the gurls gymnasuum may
not contaun all ty pes of modern equup
ment unstructuon us guven un many types of
sports not avaulable un other hugh schools
No unterscholastuc games are held but
through the gym classes unstructuon us guy en
un such team games as stunts Qtumblung etc J
long ball flash ball kuck ball vollev ball
undoor football hut pun bounce ball soft
ball cage ball relays and hockey Such
unduy udual sports as tennus deck tennus pad
dle tennus archery horseshoes badmunton
and pung pong are also part of the gurls
gy mnastuc program Gurls who are takung
specual unstructuon can use not only some
of the unduyudual games but also tetherball
shuffle board croquet and clock golf The
senuor gurls are noyy engaged un deck tennus
and horseshoes tournaments the wunners of
each class play ung off the Hnals to determune
the champuonshups The gurls begun these
tournaments by placung theuu names at the
bottom of tht deck tennus or horseshoe lad
der As each gurl umproves her name us plac
top slot first wuns In case of a tue the wun
ners play ut off to determune the champuon
shup Although the finals haven t been play
ed off the outstandung gurls of paddle tennus
are the followung Nathelle Speet7on Elsue
Wolf Fern Dahl and Maxune Nelson The
wunnung gurls of horseshoes are the followung
Adele Thomsen Dorothy Francesconu Mar
ulyn Howell and Takako Muyata
In fuddutuon to the precedung games all
gurls wuth the exceptuon of the specuals hay e
dancung one day each week un the four vears
of hugh school The freshmen haye folk
dancung the sophomores gymnastuc dan
cung 'und the senuors clog and tap dancung
The recreatuonal sports such as deck tennus
paddle tennus pung pong volley ball and
buseball have proy en to be popular durung
lunch peruods yuuth boys as well as gurls
Compared wuth the gurls sport programs of
other hugh schools Stockton Hugh School
may vxell be proud of uts own
N October 1935 about thurty young as
purants gatheued on the east lawn of
Stockton Hugh School un an endeavor to
qualufy for the ranks of the Hu Steppers
Luculle Harms was guven the task of select
ung twenty four gurls who were wullung to
practuce and capable of followung the motto
of the drull team Step Hugh The group
practuced sey eral weeks and was presently
ready to step wuth the band and grace the
football staduum at the College of the Pacufuc
wuth theur natty blue and whute costumes
OLD ENGLISH S SOCIETY
EMBERSHIP qualuficatuons un the gurls
athletuc socuety the Old Fnglush S
formerly attauned by earnung four hundred
pounts or more based on after school actuvu
tues was changed thus year It us now gauned
by mauntaunung a B average un gym and at
least C ay erage un other subjects All of
the members are guven theur small letters
upon unutuatuon and after 1 year s member
shup receuve theur large S In the sprung
semester there were thurty four members
presudent, Barbara Harruson vuce presudent
and Luculle Harms secretary treasurer
The Old Englush S Socuety had two
1n1t1atlODS a year two meetungs 1 month and
usually a socual once a month It also spon
ored the Freshman Receptuon on September
18 the specual swums at the Olympuc Baths
and a program of after school sports On
October 2 the usual fall unutuatuon was held
and after school all of the members went to
Nancy Hatch s home to enjoy a swum and
weunue roast A Hallow een party and a
breakfast were guven un the sprung semester
The second s mester opened wuth the
u ual Freshman Receptuon February 20 fol
lowed by the unutuatuon of new members on
F bruary 28 As ut was too cold for a pucnuc
after school a dunneu un honor of Mrs May
was guven at the Calufornua Hotel Other
thungs planned were a pucnuc swum at the
lal e and a hay rude and pucnuc Mrs May
thought of a new and noy el udea to make
money for the club Vusors stamped wuth
the year of each gurl s graduatuon were to be
sold to the gurls un the gym classes
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ITH a team that lacked nothmg of
sp1r1t and fire the Tarran grldders
began the1r 19 35 football season w1th a start
yyhxch threatened the reputat1on of the fa
mous Ghost Tram of 77 They succeed
ed 1n completely massacrmg then' Hrst four
opponents only to lose the1r next game to
a powerful yeteran team of M1ss1on S F
After th1s they contlnued thelr wmnmg
streak and s emed destmed to defeat thelr
most feared ny als the Lodl Flames But
fate played havoc wxth the well layed plans
of the Tarzan camp and they FCCCIX ed the
worst beatlng of the season by the score of
22 to 7
The team was composed of a group of
comparauvely new men as many of the vet
erans of the prev1ous year were m1ss1ng from
the l1neup At the start of the season there
were only mne men who had competed m
varslty competltlon the last year and of
the e only two were sure of thelr posltlons
Capt Gr1llo and B111 Papas four year letter
men The res of the lmeup was w1de open
work and pat1ence Coach Solomon wh1p
ped 1nto shape a squad of players that had
plenty of potentxalltles and at tlmes showed
slgns of greatness only to be squelched by
thexr tradltlonal r1vals the Lodx Flames
Next season the team w1ll be composed
of comparatxvely new maternal wlth a pos
1ble except1on of the hrst eleven Wltla
sprmg practlce the mexperxence of many
players was qulte apparent However there
IS evndence of the sp1r1t and fire wh1ch was
so notable 1n prevlous years teams promls
mg to develop the year s squad up to former
Those Senlors who w1ll be most greatly
nnssed and who composed the startlng l1neup
of the season are Capt Grlllo Bertelson
Carlson Dentom Mazzera Temme Bon
filxo Baucom Papas Ijams and Parne to
gether wxth such dependable resery es as Bal
levy Dard1s Lyons Marshall Morse Prmce
Tanburg and Tutton
In many schools vymmng at any cost IS
the common purpose but ln Stockton Hlgh
thxs sort of thlng IS of the past The coach
mg staff IS much more mterest d m clean
athletlcs and a flne Splflt of sportsmanshlp
To foster such a plan as th1s requ1res men
w1th exceptlonal ab1l1ty and 1ntegr1ty who
w1ll gne all for the squad such men as these
Stockton H1gh was fortunate to have ln the
persons of Coach Solomon and all the other
coaches of the school
The squad was one of the finest groups
of boys ever welded together to represent
thelr Alma Mater It was an 1nsp1rat1on to
see the team ln actlon because the boys gave
the fans and the c1t1zens what they most de
s1red an eleven that played clean and sports
'1F1ENN1S CUB B
HE Tenn1s Club of th Stockton Hlgh
School OI'1g1113fCCT 1n 1916 under the lea
dersh1p of W C Allen and Amos Flhot
Back ln 1916 the club was welcomed enthus
lastlcally and the fact that lt IS st1ll popular
1S proved by the present total of 43 pald up
members out of a roll of 74 students The
Tenn1s Club has IIS officers w1th lack Mc
Brxde pres1dent ack Dlxon v1ce pres1
dent and Bermce Altree secretary and trea
In the sprmg the wmners of the mlxed
doubles tournament were Mary Smlth and
Robert Flsher Wfmners of the g1rls doubles
tournament were Barbara Mlller and ean
McCloud Later m the sprmg the begln
ners mlxed doubles the g1rls smgles for the
Tolhtt Trophy and last the boys handlcap
tournament were played off Dues are col
lected wh1ch go for the trophles for each of
the tournaments except for the g1rls s1ngles
They also pay for the refreshments at the
party held each sprmg for members of the
The gy m departments cooperate 1n bull
dmg up players for the tournaments by con
ductmg ICHDIS ladders on vs hlch any stu
dent who can handle a racket at all can start
from the bottom rung and challenge any
player above h1m whom he th1nks he can
beat Names that emerged at the top of thes
ladders were Barbara M1ller Bernlce Altree
and Antomette Solarl for the g1rls and Tack
DIXOI1 Jack MacBr1de and Robert Crlss for
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ITH practrce star ting dur rng the Chrrst
mas vacatron, the A and B teams were
whrpped rnto shape for therr Hrst league
game and went undefeated throughout the
league schedule After losrng such experren
ced men by February graduatron as Grrllo,
Kramar, Baucom, and ohnston, the varsrty
was just a shell of rts former self I-Iowey er,
they followed rn the footsteps of these stars
and contrnued to wm erght strnght games
wrthout knowmg defeat Then rt was that
the boys were knocked off therr lofty posr
tron rn a league play off gam wrth Manteca
by a score of 42 24 Thrs unexpected de
feat was the second trme a Blue sub league
champronshrp team was downed bv a smaller
school rn a league semr fmal play off game
Out of 19 games wlnch mrde up the
Tarzan schedule the Blues dropped sux, only
out the season, the boys representmg the
Blue and Wlarte rolled up a score of 639 to
the 500 pomts of then opponents The I odr
Flames agarn proved easy vrctrnas to the Tar
Zan men thrs year, as the local boys bowled
them over twrce wrth the scores of 26 18
and 36 25 The old sayrng that there rs
always a first trme proy ed true as the St
Mary s Rams downed the Blues wrth a 15 13
score, but Ill tllell' next game the Tarlans
took revenge by addrm, up 77 pornts to St
Mary s 19
The yarsrty squad wrll mrss many good
players next year when the following gradu
ate rn une Delaney, Norton, Srlvas, and
Stegall Srnee age plavs such an rmportant
part rn the C I F league, Gurffre and
Anrotzbehere wrll be two yaluable men
dropped from next year s squad However,
there rs strll a fine bunch of plavers who
should account for another champronslnp
PICTURES ON OPPOSITE PAGE
12 and 13 Athletic Trophies Srlvas
'FR XI lx
IFH basketball put safely awry untrl
next fall Coach Lenz turned hrs at
tentron to track wrth lngh hopes of a wrn
nrng season The boys started then season
wrth a score that was fn aboxe tne other
hrgh schools at the track meet lgamst the
Modesto Junror College squld On therr
second trral they lacked but 7 pornts of
doublrns the score lgarnst Prttsburg whom
the Tarzans defeated by a score of 78 40
At their annual dual meet vw rtn Iodr
Stockton managed to squeeze OLIE 1 vrctory
by one pomt as the score showed 61 60 The
Tarzans were y rctor nous rn all but one of the
early meets, rn tlns thev wx ere nosed out of
rhrrd place by Sacramento by ,4 of a pomt
and to all appearances the Tar fans would be
XICITOYIOUS 111 tllcll lLl11lllllll2, LUHELSIZS
Craduatlng senrors wl o haye been most
ler, Ford Iaopprano, Krmpton Krupl e Mc
Murray, Kuga Platek, Podesto, Robrnson,
Catalan, and Bertelson, who broke the state s
record rn the football throw at the Davrs
meet Next year s squad wrll eonsrst chref
ly of rnexperrenced men, slnce nearlv three
quarters of tlns years varsrty ne on the
T WDLR the dneetron of COlLl'l 'VIcKay
and Captarn Drxon the tennrs team for
1936 was organwed and put rnto shape for
tlrerr scheduled games A league was organ
r7ed among XY'oodland, Modesto, Sacramen
to, Lodr and Stockton, although then sched
ule rs not through, the Stockton Tarzans
had the C I F champronslno almost won
at an early date, and expeeted to stlr rn the
semr finals May 16 wlnch xx ere held rn
B Basketball Team
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In KIICII' game agalnst NX oodllnd the
Blues won thelr most declslve WICKOFX of the
early' season, as they defeated the ylsltors by
a 6 0 score The boys had to play Wood
land agaln ln the final game, and If looked
as lf the Blues eouldn t posslbly lose The
NJ Mlrch 16 the flrst svy IIUHIIDS pl actle
of the season was held at the Oly mplc
baths About thlrty boys yy ere present at
thls flrst meet under Coach McCaln Th
swlmmlng outlook for the selson was yery
good, and It was hoped the team would I7I'lI'lg
Stockton 1C I I CIIZIITWPIOIISIIIID The squad
lnore years CXPCIILIHCC and should .lccordlng
to lndlcatlons mlke qulte 1 nlme for them
sely es The team wlll lose only three Varslty
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present members of the squad lle IDIKOH
eaptaln Cllss, MeBllde, I-Illly IISIILI Rob
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HOUSE VALLEY FLORAL CO
Stockton Calxfornxa Telephone 652
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Summer Term Opens Monday july 6
Fall Term Opens Monday August 31
STOCKTON COLLEGE of COMMERCE
A H FORRNER Manager
115 N01 h Sutter Street Telephone 375
Dr Frank P Burton
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