Strathmore High School - Pleiades Yearbook (Strathmore, CA)
- Class of 1936
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THE STUDENT BODY
S. U. I-1. S.
N OLUME Xlfll
S1-lmol life- ul Slralhmorc- High this
yvar of 1935-1936 has hm-n a series
of 1'r0svc'I1d0s and lif'l'I'tx5Cf'lld0S.
'l'hrough il all lhv slmivnls have- he-011
riding high and lhv grand finah' has
muh-cl with a crashing of cymbals.
MR. E. R. HEMMERLING
To Mr. Hemmerling in apprecia-
tion of his untiring efforts, never-
ending support, hearty cooperation,
and personal interest, we the students
do dedicate this 1936 volume of the
FAC U LTV
MR. D. R. LIGHTNER, Principal
A. B., M. A., U. S. C.
Matliernatics. Football Coach
MR. D. I. CONLEY
A. B., M. A., LI. S. C.
Scien ce, Mathematics
MR. I. V. MILLER
M. S., Armour Institute of Chicago
MR. E. R. HEMMERLING
A. B., University of Redlands
Glee Club, Orchestra
MRS. MABEL PAGE
A. B., U. C.
English. Physical Education
MISS HARTELLA WILLIAMS
Yuba I. C., F. S. C., U. C. Berkeley
MR. R. S. MIANNING
B. B. A., University of Washingtoii
History, Physical Education
MISS BETTY SHERWCOD
A. B., U. C., Pomona
MISS DOROTHY PRATT
A. B., Santa Barbara State
Home Economics, Art
AN N UAL STAFF
We, the annual staff, hope that as you look upon these pages, you will re-
call many happy occasions. Every member of the staff had this in mind as
he worked diligently on this publication.
Editor in Chief -------- Wilda Bruce
Assistant Editors - - Iessie Oldham, Wilma Rogers
Manager ---------- Leroy Baird
Assistant Manager -----f Lester Smith
Calendar - -
Art - - -
Alumni - -
Society - -
Faculty - -
Athletics - -
Adviser - -
Ethel Lightner, Barbara Turney
- - - - Betty Rose Morton
- - - - - lane Davidson
- Bryant Minor, Bob Edwards
- - - Norma Lee Shoemaker
- - Mary Frances Pfrimmer
- - - - Frances Ferguson
- - - Kathryn Ward, George Lewis
- - - - - Ad-aline Awbrey
Ruby Anderson, Bob Wallace
- - - - - - -IoeKroells
- Mrs. Page
SENIUIQ CLASS HISTDIQY
In the fall of 1932. forty-six green freshies entered high school with
the anticipation of showing the upper classmen our knowledge. We began
our first year by electing Leroy Baird president. We had the good fortune
to have Miss Sherwood as our class adviser. We soon took our places in
school by showing the rest of the school our contributions to the football.
basketball and track teams. We stood out high in scholarship, forensics,
and other organizations and clubs. The class enjoyed two successful parties.
We soon proved to the upper classmen that we were the best freshman
class ever to enter high school. Our freshman girls soon picked up the art
of dating the upper class boys.
As sophomores. we stood out in athletics. both boys and girls-the girls
winning the championship of speedball. basketball, and baseball interclass
games. Two of our members stood high enough in sports that they joined
the Spartan Knights. We were prominent in Student Body offices and
were proud of our members who were Student Body officers. Adaline Awbrey
was our Sophomore class president and Miss Pratt was our adviser. We
presented two smash-hit assembly programs and had two class parties. We
had made a place for ourselves.
As Iuniors, we made our class the busiest class in school. Our business
was conducted by President Leroy Baird and adviser, Miss Pratt. The boys
again starred in football, basketball, track, and tennis. The girls held offices
in Girl Reserves and the Service Club. The Iunior boys were prominent in es-
tablishing a new organization, the Boys' League. The Iuniors led in scholarship,
forensics, and many Iuniors held Student Body offices. The social highlights
of the year consisted of a Christmas party, a snow party and the annual junior-
Senior banquet. In dramatics the Iuniors excelled in the production of the
class play, "The Whole Town's Talking," and the assembly programs we
As high and mighty Seniors our class practically became the turning
parts of the school. Mr. Hemmerling was our adviser with Bob Wallace
at the head of the business matters for the class. Nearly all the officers of
the Student Body were chosen from the Senior class. The Seniors became
heads of the Spartan Knights. Service Club, Boys' League and Girl Reserves.
Senior boys composed the strongest part of the football, basketball, and track
team. Cur girls this year were all-around champions in the sports that they
participated in. Our class again led in all scholastic events. We enjoyed
a party-picnic-circus combined and were also guests at the Iunior-Senior ban-
quet. We presented the leading play of the year, "The New Poor," and
also two assembly programs. It is quite impossible to list all the memories
of the class of '36. All our memories won't be just the few listed here-we
will remember the times we were called into the office and how we tried to
answer Mr. Lightner's questions: the good times we have had to study and
these will bring back thousands of events of the outstanding class of '36.
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President - - - - Ralph Cotton
Vice President - - Bob Nuckols
Secretary - - - Wilma Rogers
Treasurer - - lean Morton
Adviser --------- Miss Williams
This has been a very busy year for the class of 1937.
The girls have taken part in all the inter-class sports. The All-Star
team consisted of Norma Lee Shoemaker, La Verne Garrett, Iessie Oldham,
Helen Adams, Marcia Gardner, Barbara Turney, Marjory Cowan, and
The boys have been active in football, basketball, track, and tennis. Ierry
Boyer, Byron Hylton, Bob Nuckols, and Morris Phillips took part in the
County Track Meet.
The social highlights of the year were the Iunior-Senior banquet, the snow
party. and the Rube day.
The Iunior Class presented their play. "Hold Everything," which was a
great success, on May 8, 1936. The first semester they gave a novelty assem-
bly program, a Baby Show. The second semester they gave two short skits
in the assembly program.
During the year they welcomed six new members to their class.
The Iunior Class debaters were Ethel Marie Lightner, lane Mlilhous, les-
sie Oldham, and Marcia Gardner.
Four members were in the scholarship society, they were, Iessie, Lucy,
Wilma, Sec., and Iane Davidson.
lane Davidson was the editor of the Spartan News. Many Iuniors were
on the staff.
All together the Iuniors have had a very successful year and are looking
forward to a bigger and better year as seniors.
President - - - - Iohn Swanson
Vice President - - L. V. Basham
Secretary - - - - Gisela Lorenz
Treasurer ------ - Merrie Behymer
Adviser --------- Miss Sherwood
The sophomores started the school year in September with forty-four
students enrolled as sophomores, but by the end of the first semester three
sophomores dropped out, making a total enrollment of forty-one.
The sophomore class has been very active this year in different school
clubs. They had members in the Photo Club, Home Economics Club, and
the Spanish Club. The sophomores were honored to have five of their
classmates in the Scholarship Society the first semester and six the last se-
ln debating, Dale Flint. Barrett Whitely, Iva Mae Shepard, and Dick
Schuler represented the sophomores. Dale Flint and Barrett Whitely tied
for the championship with the seniors for the best interclass debating team.
The first assembly program that the sophomores put on this year was
a comedy entitled 'AGreat Caesar." Billy Palmer proved to be quite a Caesar.
For their second semester program the sophomores sponsored an Amateur
Show, with B. Osborne acting as Major Bowes. The first prize of two
dollars and a half went to Genon Shuster, and second prize of one dollar
and a half went to Iames Anderson.
In athletics this year the sophomores have been very active. A. Adams.
P. Anderson, L. V. Basham, N. Clifford, H. Fisher, D. Flint, B. Myers,
B. Osborne, B. Palmer, D. Schuler, C. Spangler, D. Stark. Van Beek have
done much to help put the name of S. U. H. S. on the map.
In the interclass track meets the sophomores ran a close race with the
seniors for first place, finally winning by a score of 241W to 2182.
A number of sophomore girls were on the All-Star teams. They were:
M. Behymer, G. Lorenz, M. Tsuboi, B. Longacre, E. Henry, I. V. Shepard.
As juniors next year watch the sophomores show their old school spirit!
President - - - Dale Weldon
Vice President - - - - Martha Perkins
Secretary - - - - - Edythe Fisher
Treasurer - - - - Buster Warren
Sergeant-at-arms ------- Earl Rogers
Adviser ---------- Mr. Conley
Each year finds a new group of students-freshmen in other words-
entering high school perhaps with fear and trembling, but also with high
hopes and aspirations. This year found forty-eight freshmen starting a new
phase of their education.
High school brings them not only education but also an opportunity to
participate in the school activities. They have taken full advantage of this
part of school life.
The girls have been particularly active in sports-they almost won the
championship from the seniors in baseball! The following freshmen girls
have made various All-Star teams: E. Fisher, E. Lcwis, M. M. Niolfino, M.
Perkins, H. Stout, E. Brister, D. Clifford.
The freshmen showed great interest in debating and there was keen coni-
petition for positions on the class teams. Martha Perkins and Arline Aesch-
bacher were finally selected to uphold the affirmative and Alice Ioyce Collins
and Ralph Nickerson, to uphold the negative. At the end of the debating
season the freshmen found that they had won three debates. The debaters
in all the classes were ranked as to their effectiveness as speakers, Alice
Ioyce Collins ranked third out of sixteen debaters.
The freshmen have given two assembly programs which were highly
praised. A number of the members of the class are becoming accomplished
actors and actresses. By the way, a freshman, Genon Shuster, won first
prize in the amateur show sponsored by the sophomores.
The freshmen wish to take this opportunity to thank their adviser, Mr.
Conley, for the help he has given them. He has done much to make them
good citizens of the Strathmore Union High School.
CLASS Cf '35
Helen Louise Arbaugh - - -
- P. 1. C.
Vivian Babb - - N - - Home
Larry Baird - -
Perry Bengc - - -
Wishart Cowan - -
Cordis Cox -
Dorothy Gerdes -
- - Home
- - Home
- - Working
- P. 1. C.
- - Working
Lysta Garrett - -
Edwin Iohnson - -
Edwin Knutson -
Richard Lamb -
Smith Macomber -
Leslie Nickols -
Charles Phillips - -
Charles Sheldon -
Ira Shimasaki -
Burnham Smith -
Marjorie Spuhler -
Alvan Tiffan - -
Raymond Van Beek
Ralph Whitely - -
P. 1. C.
P. 1. C.
P. 1. C.
P. 1. C.
P. I. C.
The past school year has been a very busy one for the Strathmore Union
High School. The student body and its officers have made a number of
changes in the constitution that should improve the administration of school
The object of the student body is to aim at student management and to
give the students themselves an idea of the problems confronting an organized
body. Students learn to think, to decide difficult issues. to express their
thoughts, and to hear and to consider the opinions of others. All this pro-
motes school activities, upholds school spirit, creates a sense of responsibility.
and gives an opportunity for leadership in the Strathmore Union High School.
Vice President - -
Secretary - A- - - -
Editor of the Pleiades -
Manager of the Pleiades
Spartan News Editor -
Yell Leader ----
Manager of Advertising
Manager of Athletics -
Manager of Forensics -
Stage Manager - - -
Program Chairman -
News Reporter -
Adviser - - -
- - George Lewis
- Adaline Awbrey
- Paul Anderson
f Wilda Bruce
- - Leroy Baird
- lane Davidson
- Iames Anderson
- - Billy Palmer
- Ruby Anderson
V - - Ira Holly
- - Louis Roy
- Keith Awbrey
- Wilda Bruce
- Lester Smith
- Mr. Manning
President - - - L. Terry
Vice President - - - E. Walker
Secretary-Treasurer - - K. Driscoll
Historian --fv if - I. Myers
Adviser ---------- D. Conley
Spartan Knights is the name applied to the athletic society of the school.
The purpose of this organization is to promote sportsmanship on the athletic
field and in other school activities.
At the first of the year there were but four members in the Spartan
Knights organization. hut during the vear ten pledges were taken in, making
the membership fourteen.
During the year the Knights have sponsored clean-up days. They pro-
moted a grammar school baskethall tournament and a track meet.
Cn Ianuary 3 the Spartan Knights sponsored the annual Home Coming
Many mothers were present at the Knights' annual Mothers' Day assem-
All in all. the Knights feel that they have had a very successful year.
President - - ---- Wilda BIUCC
Vice President - - - Barbara Gael Turney
Secretary - - - - - Wilma Rogers
Treasurer - - - - - Kathryn Ward
News Reporter - - - Betty Rose Morton
Scrap Book Chairman - - - Ethel Marie Lightner
Adviser ---------- Mrs. Page
According to Webster, service is that which promotes interest or happi-
ness. The Service Club has certainly lived up to that this year.
One program, which was said to have been the best ever given, was pre-
sented at the Springville Sanitarium. Each girl in the club took some part
The club purchased enough paint to paint the room in the gymnasium and
the club members did the painting.
The Service Club, with the Girl Reserves, presented the play, "Help
Yourself" on November twenty-second. The club also gave two very interest-
ing assembly programs.
Three much needed mirrors were purchased by the club and placeo
in the dressing room in the basement.
A play day was sponsored in the spring. Games for the grammar school
were also arranged,
The annual week-end party at Camp Nelson was the last social evc-nr
of the year for the Service Club.
President - - - - Betty Rose Morton
Vice President - - - - - Wilda Bruce
Secretary - - - - - - Nadine Ward
Treasurer - - - f- Frances Ferguson
Welfare Chairman - - - Kathryn Ward
Program Chairman - - - - - Betty Summers
Scrap Book Chairman ---- Ruby Anderson
Ring Chairman ---- Mary Frances Pfrimmer
Hospitality Chairman ----- Iane Davidson
Song Leader - - - - - - Iessie Oldham
Adviser ---------- Miss Pratt
This year has been a very successful year for the Girl Reserves. Our
new adviser, Miss Pratt, has filled her place exceedingly well as have the
other officers of the club. We have a hundred per cent membership of all
the girls in the school.
Our welfare chairman, Kathryn Ward, has had the girls sponsor several
things in the line of welfare work. At Christmas time we made stockings, filling
them with candy, fruit, nuts, and toys. These were given out by some of the
girls to the poor children of the community. Also, each class made a box
filled with candy, fruits. and nuts that was given to the children at Spring-
ville. ln the spring, food was brought by the girls and given to the Red Cross
of our district.
The girls have had several social times. At Halloween, we had a party
at Doris Cliffords place. We had a Christmas party during our meeting
before Christmas. ln April we had the Mothers' tea at the Wom.an's Club
house. The girls who had earned Girl Reserve rings were presented with
them at this time.
Our club had eight representatives at the Valley Conference held in
Hanford, March 6, 7, and 8, Miss Pratt was the head of the craft discussion
group. Our club made the favors for the Friday night banquet. Also, at the
conference we had the honor of having Norma Lee Shoemaker elected secre-
tary of the valley organization.
The last social of the year was a picnic in honor of the senior girls.
HDME ECUNDMICS CLUB
President - - - ---- La Verne Garrett
Vice President - - Michiko Tsuboi
Secretary - - - - Coral Baker
Treasurer - - - - Merrie Behymer
News Reporter - - - Gisela Lorenz
Social Chairman - - ---- Fay Dill
Program Chairman - - - lva Mae Shepard
Scrap Book Chairman - - - Gisela Lorenz
Yell Leader ----- - - Emeline Henry
Adviser -------- - - Miss Pratt
The Home Economics Club has been very active this year. There was
a decided increase in membership: now there is a roll call of thirty-four. The
fifteen new girls who joined the club were initiated by a very interesting and
effective candle light ceremony.
The Home Economics Clubs hold two conventions each year-one in
the fall and one in the spring. The fall conference, held in Tulare, was at-
tended by the following members: La Verne Garrett, Emeline Henry, Gisela
Lorenz, Nadine Ward, and Miss Pratt.
In the spring the most important event for the club was the conference
that was held at Strathmore on March twentieth. The girls felt that it was
a great honor to be able to entertain the delegates from other schools. At
the conference the girls learned what the other clubs were doing and, in this
way, obtained many helpful ideas that would aid in improving the club and
making it more interesting.
During the year, two parties were held-a Christmas party at Nadine
Ward's and a swimming party in the spring.
The members feel that the club has been very interesting and they are
looking forward to even more progress next year.
SDAIQTAN NEWS STAFF
The Spartan News. as well as the many other activties of the school,
has iust come to the end of a very successful year. There have been several
changes by means of which we have tried to improve the publication. The
edition was offered for sale on Friday instead of Thursday in order to give
more time in which to illustrate and sell it. Also, several more lower-classmen
were added to the staff during the second semester.
The advertisers were very constant in their support of the paper and the
staff appreciates their cooperation. The Spartan News was submitted to the
Iournalism Day in Fresno. April 25.
The staff for the past year was as follows:
Edivor --------- lane Davidson
Assistant Editor - - Frances Ferguson
Business Manager -f---- Nadine Ward
Adviser ----4---- Miss Williams
Staff Writers - lra Holly, Wilda Bruce, Norma Lee
Shoemaker, Mary Frances Pfrimmer, Lucy
Wilson, Betty Summers, Betty Rose Morton,
Iessie Oldham, Ioe Kroells, Cecile Edwards,
Lester Smith, Olive Gregg. Morris Phillips.
Barrett Whitely, Anna Benge, Paul Anderson,
Ruby Anderson, Hazel Stout, Ted Molfino
Staff Artists - - Bob Nuckols, Alice Ioyce Collins
Stencil Staff - - Frances Ferguson, Barbara Tur-
ney, lean Morton, Betty Rose Morton, Orpha
Page, Olive Gregg, Kathryn Ward, Ruby An-
Printing Staff Head - - - - Ethel Lightner
Circulation Head ------ Wilma Rogers
Assistants Circulation - - lva Mae Shepard, Doris
Thomas, Marcia Gardner
President - - - Paul Anderson
Vice President - - Merrie Behymer
Secretary - - - - Adaline Awbrey
Treasurer ---- - - - Dick Stark
Program Chairman - - - - lane Davidson
Adviser --------- Miss Sherwood
The Spanish Club was organized to create an interest in Spanish and
Spanish speaking countries.
The club held its meetings everv other Tuesday of the year. During
these meetings, many Spanish songs were sung, games played, lotteries held,
and many other contests were staged. On February eleventh new members
were initiated into the club.
The club presented two assembly programs. The first was a play, a
selection by the orchestra, and a burlesque bull fight. The second consist-
ed of a play partly in Spanish and partly in English.
The club had four parties-a Christmas party, playing the Mexican game
"pinatas": a party celebrating Easter: a party in honor of Cervantes, a famous
Spanish author: and the real fete of the year, a Spanish fiesta. At the last,
many delicious Spanish foods were served, and after dinner there were many
interesting games and music.
During the year, some crossword puzzles were given to the members
to stimulate an interest in increasing their vocabularies. There was a prize
given to the one who finished his puzzle first and had it correct.
The club has accomplished its goal in making members more interested
in learning Spanish and keeping its members interested in increasing their
President - - - ---- Adaline Awbrey
Vice President - - - Wilma Rogers
Secretary - - - - - Tommy Anderson
Treasurer - - - Olive Gregg
Librarian - ---- Edna Wilkinson
President - - ----- Paul Anderson
Vice President - - - - - - Ioe Kroells
Secretary - - - Newton Reed
Treasurer - - - S. Knutson
Librarian --------- B. Osborne
Music has been going "Round and Round" in the Boys' and Girls' Glee
Clubs this year under the able direction of Mr. Hemmerling. They have
had a very successful musical year.
Many interesting programs have been given by the Glee Clubs through-
out the year.
The Cvirls' Cvlee Club wore smart costumes of blue and red, representing
the school colors.
Ten girls and seven boys were chosen in the All-County Chorus this
year. They were: Tommy Anderson, Martha Perkins, Mae Merle Mol-
fino, Mladine Smith, Doris Thomas, Wilma Rogers, Edna Wilkinson, Arline
Aeschbacker, Cecile Edwards, Iva Mae Shepard, Ioe Kroells, Teddy Mol-
fino, Buster Warren, Norman Clifford, Paul Anderson, Bob Edwards, and
An operetta, "Tune ln," was presented by the Glee Clubs, accompanied
by the orchestra. The leads were taken by Doris Thomas and Paul Ander-
This year the orchestra has been greatly improved, under the able direc-
tion of Mr. Hemmerling. All of the students who started the year as beginners
were in the orchestra by the Iunior Play.
The first function at which the orchestra appeared this year was the
flower show at the Womans club house. A selected group accompanied the
glee clubs in presenting the operetta, "Tune In." The entire orchestra played
at all of the school plays, Exhibit, Baccalaurette, and Graduation.
Bob Beckwith, Ruby Anderson, and Adaline Awbrey were chosen to play
in the first violin section in the All-County orchestra at the Teachers' Institute
at Visalia and Barrett Whitely played in the second violin section. Bob Beck-
with also played violin solos on the dav the boys' glee club was featured at
Members of the orchestra at the end of the year were:
First violins - - - B. Beckwith, R. Anderson, A.
Awbrey, M. F. Pfrimmer, B. Summers, D. Stark
Second violins: - - B. Whitely, E. Wilkinson, D.
Weldon, P. Timberlake, F. Ferguson, R. Cowl-
ey, G. Eggman, Z. Cottongim, W. Saltzman
Viola ----------- M. Smith
Cello ------- - N. L. Shoemaker
Bass viol --------- M. Gardner
Clarinets - - E. M. Lightner, L. Smith, D. Monroe
Saxophones - - - Richardson, B. Warren, M.
French horn -------- R. Matthews
Trumpets - - B. Turney, Morton, B. Richardson
Trombones ---- K. Awbrey, C. Spangler, H.
Drums ---- - M. Gardner
Some very interesting debates were held this year on the question, re-
solved: "That the several states should enact legislation providing for com-
plete medical service, available to all citizens at public expense."
Although there were no inter-school debates, a great deal of interest was
created by the inter-class debates. Much credit should be given Miss Sher-
wood, who was an excellent adviser.
The senior class won the contest, and the senior negative side tied with
the sophomore negative for the individual team championship.
Those participating were: Freshmen, Martha Perkins and Arline Aesch-
bacher, affirmative: Alice Ioyce Collins and Ralph Nickerson, negative: sopho-
mores, Iva Mae Shepard and Dick Schuler, affirmative: Dale Flint and Bar-
rett Whitely, negative, juniors, Marcia Gardner and Iessie Oldham, affirma-
tive, lane Milhous and Ethel Marie Lightner, negative, seniors: Frances Fer-
guson and Louis Roy. affirmative: Ruby Anderson and Wilda Bruce, nega-
SCHDLAIQSH ID SOCI ETY
Strathmore Union High School's Chapter 113 of the California Scholar-
ship Federation began the school term with the following members: Merrie
Behymer. Arliss Carter. lane Davidson, Frances Ferguson. Howard Fisher.
Dale Flint, Olive Gregg, Bryant Minor, Iessie Oldham, Bobbie Wallace, and
Barrett Whitely. Miss Betty Sherwood was the adviser.
The following officers were elected: President, Merrie Behymer: vice
president, Bobbie Wallace: secretary: Iessie Oldham: treasurer, Frances Fer-
guson: and news reporter, Barrett Whitely. The only changes for the second
semester were: Vice president, Adaline Awbrey: secretary, Wilma Rogers.
For the second semester, the names of Doris Clifford, Kathryn Ward,
Louis Roy, Lucy Wilson, Edythe Fisher, Betty Longacre, Wilma Rogers and
Michiko Tsuboi were added to the list of the members, with the dropping
of a few old members.
The society was interestingly entertained when Mrs. K, C. Clifford gave
a review of the book, "The Lore and the Lure of Sequoia."
The society hopes that next year will see many of the old faces and many
more new ones.
The officers of the club are: President, Mary Frances Pfrimmer: vice
president, Earl Taylor: treasurer, Paul Anderson: and historian, Betty Rose
Under the direction of Mr. Conley, adviser to the club, demonstrations
on photography were given at each meeting. These demonstrations were
on the camera. developing, enlarging, printing, how to take good pictures,
and many other phases of photography.
The club has tried to interest all members in the avocation and to give them
a greater knowledge about photography.
The club has a book called. 'Campus Memories," which was started last
year and has been kept up to date by the historian. In this book are contained
all types of snap shots taken around the school of the Student Body by mem-
bers of the club.
Meetings were held twice monthly with a membership of forty-six. Two
interesting feature programs were given in assembly by the Photo Club.
All the officers were the same for the second semester.
In accordance with the constitution of the new organization. the president
appointed the following committees and chairmen of them as follows:
Dots and dashes and lots of flashes seems to be the motto
S. Radio Club, for this year they have been busy learning
dashes and causing lots of flashes in their attempts to hook
A few of the members have built short wave receiving
selves and are planning on doing more work toward getting
at S. ll. I-I. S.
of the S. U. H.
their dots and
up radio sets.
sets for them-
a radio station
The club built an amplifier this year and expects to use it next year at our
ball games, as well as for assembly programs.
The membership in the club varies as does the weather, but we feel cer-
tain that some day you may "Tune ln" and hear us telling the world.
The Boys' League started active business for the first time at the begin-
ning of the school year. The students to take office at the beginning of the
year did so. They were: President, Lester Terry: vice president, Everett
Walkerg secretary, Paul Anderson, treasurer, Barrett Whitelyg yell leader,
Billy Palmer, and faculty adviser, Mr. Manning.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICE SECOND SEMESTER
Louis Roy - - - Program Chairman - - - Everett Walker
Billy Palmer - - Rally Chairman - - - - Billy Palmer
Bryant Minor - - Press Committee - - Lester Smith
Ierry Boyer - - Social Committee - - - Keith Driscoll
lra Holly - - Welfare Committee - - - Bud Myers
an interesting talk by Mr. A. S. Hamlin, also of Porterville, on
tralia and New Zealand,
Dale Flint ---- School Betterment ---- Sigurd Knutson
The Boys' League was entertained several times at its meetings. On Oc-
tober thirty-first, Dr, E. N, Danner, who resides in Porterville, told of his in-
teresting trip to Mexico. December fifth found the Boys' League listening to
his trip to Aus-
The boys intend to make the League one of the most important organiza-
tions around school. So remember to "watch the Boys' League" during the
years to follow.
TI-IE NEW DCUID
Under the direction of Mr. Hemmerling, the seniors presented an excit-
ing mystery, "The New Poor," on February 25.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
The Grand Duke ------ Everett Walker
Count Ivan -------- Bob Beckwith
Prince Vladimir - - - lack Richardson
Princes Irina -
Amos Wellby - -
- - Wilda Bruce
- Bob Edwards
Miller Guttridge - ---- Bryant Minor
Mrs. Wellby - - - Mary Frances Pfrimmer
Allice Wellby - - - - Betty Rose Morton
Betty Wellby - - - - - - Grace Myers
Constance Wellby - - - - Doris Thomas
Mary Mardsley - - - Ruby Anderson
Kirk 0'Farrell ---- - - Ronald Fiqk
On November twenty-second, the Girl Reserves and the Service Club
presented the fast moving comedy "Help Yourself," under the direction or
Mrs. Page. The leads were taken by Ioe Kroells and Wilda Bruce.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Abilgail Fairweather ------ Wilda Bruce
lack Forest --------- log Kroells
Florazelle Chalmers - - Betty Rose Morton
Courtney Summer -
Countess Hofele - -
Thomas Lansing - -
Winfred Norton -
Iohnny Smith -
- - lack Richardson
- Adaline Aubrey
- - Bryant Minor
- - Ronald Fick
- - Bob Edwards
Ronald Fick dashing around with mud on his face shouting 'Tm cured!
Ioe Kroells holding an impromptu auction. The results were a bit disturb-
ing to say the least.
Betty Rose Morton having all the handsome heroes on their knees before
the evening was over. Such fatal charm!
Bobbie Edwards becoming very embarrassed and red in the face because
Dan Cupid shot a fatal dart.
Wilma Rogers with a pathetic tremelo in her voice as she sang about her
garden gate being off the hinges but the robin was singing there still.
Also Lester warning Ierry, A'When you talk, don't say so much."
Iessie Oldham on her knees, shouting, "Oh, Lawdy, Lawdy, save me from
de ebil spirits!"
Under the direction of Ernest Hemmerling, the combined Glee Clubs
presented the operetta, "Tune In," on March twenty-seventh, to a large and
A fast action comedy revealed the troubles of a radio station owner until
his manager comes to the rescue with his quick wit, thereby saving the sta-
tion and creating a happy ending.
Those in the cast were:
Kasper Kroggins. the Codfish King - Bob Edwards
Mrs. Kroggins, his ambitious wife - Wilma Rogers
lean Kroggins, their daughter - - Tommy Anderson
Ioe Brown, owner of the Radio Station W. T. N. T.
Ierry Kennedy, advertising manager of the Kroggins
Kippered Kodfish Co. - - - Paul Anderson
Tilly ----..-- - - Adaline Awbrey
Milly ---------- Madine Smith
Billy ----a----- Cecile Edwards
"Dynamo" Dave, production manager at W. T. N.
T. ---------- Ioe Douglas
Mitzi, switchboard operator at W. T. N. T. - - -
- - - - - - 1 - - - -DorisThomas
Bob, engineer in charge of control room ----
- - a - - - - - - - Norman Clifford
I. Bottomley-Binks, an announcer at W. T. N. T. -
- - - - --- -- - -BobWallace
Archibald Throckmorton, who would like to see 'AMr.
Brown" --------- Ierry Boyer
Lysander Phipps, ia theatrical producer ---- -
- - - - - - - - - A Iames Anderson
Chorus of radio stars, engineers, continuity writers,
announcers, production men, gypsies, studio guests,
May eighth found the juniors making their initial appearance as actors
in "Hold Everything" under the direction of Miss Williams. The leads
were taken by lane Davidson and Ioe Douglas.
Caroline Caruthers ----- Althea Foehlinger
Niobe ------ - - Iessie Oldham
Christopher Morgan - f - - - Ira Holly
Connie Morgan ------- lane Davidson
Bee Williams ----- Norma Lee Shoemaker
Courtney Barret, Ir. - ---- Ioe Douglas
Mrs. Iulia Gibbs - - - - Wilma Rogers
Lottie Gibbs - - - - - Ethel Marie Lightner
'Wanda Gibbs - - - - Betty Summers
Daisy Gibbs - - - lane Milhous
Steve - - - - - Lester Smith
Andy - - - - - Ierry Boyer
Tim Macauley - - - Bob Nuckols
SPECIAL ASSEMBLI EI
Students of Strathmore High were favored, during the past year, with
several interesting assemblies given by colleges and other organizations.
A girls' quarette from La Verne College entertained by singing well
known songs and novelty numbers.
The value of an education was the topic of a talk by Cameron Beck of
the New York Stock Exchange,
A variation of the unusual type of musical programs was one given by
the Durfelt and Ebby evangelists. The program consisted of marimbaphones
The Chevrolet Motor Company presented some very interesting moving
pictures on the manufacture of automobiles, safety first, and similar topics.
We had an unusual program when Ernest Nickel whistled for us. He
gave some advice and information on whistling and during the next day or so,
there seemed to be a number of embryo or would-be whistlers around school.
All students and alumni turned out for the annual Home Coming Day.
The afternoon was spent in an assembly program and rally, ending with basket-
ball and football games between the alumni and the students.
The Spartan Knights honored the mothers on Mothers' Day on May
eighth with an assembly program. The boys' glee club assisted them by
In keeping with the modern times, the sophomores conducted an amateur
contest. A large amount of talent was found in the four classes as a result of
September 10. 1935
School opened today with a lot of noise and excitement. It certainly
seemed good to be back and see everyone again. Now l'll have an ex-
cuse for not making my bed in the morning.
September 20, 1935
Believe it or not, but we girls persuaded the boys and Mr. Lightner
to let us go with the players on the bus to the night game at Delano.
We must have been a good influence because we won 2110.
October 19, 1935
Excitement and then somell Strathmore played its old rival, Porter-
ville today, and Strathmore emerged victorious. The score was 7-6.
November 2, 1935
The friendly enemies, Strathmore and Lindsay, met in a combat upon
the turf of S. Ll. H. S. on this Saturday afternoon and again the Spar-
tans were victorious. 7-6 must be our lucky number.
November 8, 1935
Mr. Lightner was unable to accompany his team to Delano tonight be-
cause he was ill with the flu and his boys didn't know how to act when
he wasn't along. They forgot their manners and beat the Tigers 55-0.
November 14, 1935
We had an unexpected vacation today. The furnace broke and we
were not permitted to stay at school lmuch to our disappointmentl.
November 19, 1935
In honor of the heavyweight football team, Coach Lightner gave a ban-
quet for them this evening at his home.
November 22, 1935
The Girl Reserve-Service Club play was presented tonight at the Hiqh
School Auditorium. lt was entitled A'Help Yourself." It certainly
was a success.
The football boys certainly are lucky. Here is another affair in their
honor. After the play, the Girl's Auxiliary sponsored a dance for S. Ll.
H. S.'s mightv men of the qirdiron. lt seems that football is much
simpler than dancing for some of the boys.
December , 1935
The Seniors had a hayride as their class party tonight and from all l
hear it was quite a success.
December 20, 1935
We had quite a different kind of assembly program today. For some
time there has been an argument between the girls' orchestra and the
boys' orchestra. Today they had a contest in assembly and it proved to
be quite an affair. The "Razz-ma-taz-jazz Boys" won the contest but
the "Spartanett7s" are not discouraged. The girls will entertain the
boys at dinner some time next week.
Ianuary 3, 1936
Today was quite a big day. First, it was "Homecoming Day." It was
a lot of fun to have all of one's former schoolmates back again. Then
there was the basketball game. S. U. H. S. played Tulare-and won
to make it all the better. And then came the happy ending-the Spartan
Ianuary 4, 1936
The Iunior class defied S. 1.1. H. S. and held its meeting across the road
on the airport and decided to have a snow party. Today was the big
day and nearly the whole class went to Lodqepole and spent the day.
They ate beans-and more beans. George Lewis took motion pictures
which will be shown to the student body.
Ianuary 25, 1936
The first semester ended today with finals. Some fun!!
February . 1936
April 18, 1936
The seniors presented their class play, "The New Pool," tonight and it
was a real success. Mr. I-lemmerling directed both the play and the
orchestra and both were very good.
March 27. 1936
The glee clubs presented their operetta this evening. It was "Tune In"
and as the title suggests. it was about a radio station. It was a grand
operetta. Hoot mon! I thought I'd never stop laughing.
April 11, 1936
The track teams all went to Tulare today to participate in the 20-30 Re-
lays. There have been quite a few track meets lately and Strathmore
has been doing very well in all of them.
April 16, 1936
The Spanish Club held its annual Fiesta tonight at the High School.
Very hot Spanish food was served. In fact it was so hot that they
had ice cream for dessert. The members of the club played Spanish
games and judging from all the noise that came from the building, I
believe everyone had a good time.
The Girl Reserves gave their annual Mothers' Tea at the club house
this afternoon. The theme was Iapanese and it was very effective.
The room was beautifully decorated.
April 25. 1936
The service Club sponsored a "Play Day" today for girls from Lindsay,
Exeter, Visalia, Tulare. and Porterville. The girls played several
games and then the Service Club girls served a light luncheon.
May 8, 1936
Tonight was the night of the Iunior play. It was entitled "Hold Every-
thing" and it certainly was a grand success.
May 13, 1936
S. U. H. S. had its annual exhibit this evening. Mkom and Pop found
out what Iunior had made for little sister, and what Nelly had made
for her hope chest. I think every one enjoyed seeing what the students
have accomplished this year.
May 23, 1936
This is what all the Iuniors and Seniors look forward to all year as
the last big event before graduation. The Iuniors entertained the Seni-
ors this evening at the Iunior-Senior Banquet. The student body was
invited to the dance after the banquet and l'm sure the Seniors were
pleased with this last tribute to them.
May 31, 1936
The Baccalaureate service this year was more impressive than ever be-
fore. All the Seniors looked very lovely in their new clothes. It hap-
pened that this year Baccalaureate was the night before graduation.
une 1. 1936
What a busy day this has been! During the day, everyone was rushing
around signing annuals and talking about graduation. The orchestra
practiced with the Seniors during the morning. What a wonderful
ending to a wonderful year! There is always something sad to me
about graduation although I'm not graduating. I guess it's just hear-
ing the Seniors talk about the good times they've had in High School
and how they hate to leave. We all wish them luck during the coming
Here it is nearly time for Baccalaureate and graduation and I haven't
written to tell you of the good times we have had at S. LI. H. S.
Early in October the Girl Reserves held their annual initiation candle
lighting ceremony. It was very beautiful with the girls dressed all in white
and holding lighted candles. A few weeks later the Service Club held its im-
pressive formal initiation.
The senior class had planned on a hay ride and weiner bake at the
river: but, because of the rain, they had their first party at Murry Park and
attended the Elks' Show afterwards.
Next to follow were the juniors who had an unofficial snow party at
Lodgepole where moving pictures were taken of the members of the class.
As usual, there were a number of bruises and it was also reported that Mr.
Lightner sat on his glasses and broke them!
On the Saturday night before Halloween, the Girl Reserves journeyed to
Clifford's barn, there to hobnob with witches, ghosts, and the like for three or
The freshmen held a Christmas party at the high school I understand
that someone threw a box of papers in through the window and the frosh
had to pick them up,
Homecoming day was celebrated in the first part of january The alumni
presented the program, and in the middle of the afternoon, the Service Club
gave a tea for all the girls. The annual Spartan Knights dance was given
that night after the basketball games.
The sophomores had a theatre party. After that they returned to the
school for refreshments and games,
On April eighteenth the Girl Reserves gave their annual Mothers Tea
The theme of a japanese tea was carried out by the decorations and by the
two japanese girls dressed in native costume who served. The tea was served
from a solid silver tea pot three hundred years old!
Gn the week-end of May fifeenth the Service Club went to Camp Nelson
Did we have fun!
May twenty-third brought the long looked for junior-Senior banquet
Um-m-m-ml the good food! I ate and ate and ate. fI'm afraid to look at a
scalesll I thought, when I entered the club house, that I had been transported
to Hawaii-palm trees, grass skirts, 'n everything.
to S. U. H. S. for much needed refreshments.
every minute of it.
Honors are being poured thick and fast on the heads of the mighty seniors
The Girl Reserves gave a swimming party for the senior girls Did I have
fun! I dove in-rather flat I'll admit--and splashed around mightily
The juniors and sophomores had a swimming party at Lindsay Heights
on the twenty-ninth. The exercise made them hungry. So they came back
Hasn't this been a busy year-and a happy one! I've certainly enjoyed
The heayvweights had a very successful season, winning from their
two principal rivals, Porterville and Lindsay, and tying a number of the other
games. The heavies had good plays and knew when to use them.
The seniors had nine representatives, while the juniors were second, the
sophomores were third, and the freshmen were fourth.
The line-up was as follows:
Ends, L. Smith, Richardson, E. Littlefield, M. Glover: tackles, K.
Driscoll, B. Nuckolsg guards, Van Beek, P. Wilson, T. Yeager: center,
G. Lewis, C. Damanng hallbacks, S. Knutson, L. V. Basham, E. Walker,
A. Adams: fullbacks, L. Terry, C. Collinsworth: quarterback, I. Boyer.
Delano O - - Practice Strathmore
Tulare 0 - - Practice Strathmore
Visalia 7 ' - - - Strathmore
Hanford 25 - - - Strathmore
Porterville 0 Strathmore
Exeter 7 Strathmore
Lindsay O - Strathmore
Delano 0 - r Strathmore
Tulare l 3
The lightweights had a very unsuccessful season in 1935. The team was
a good one, but it just couldn't win. It would gain yardage very easily, but
always in the wrong place and always, within ten yards of the goal line, there
was a fumble.
The sophomores had the best representation, with the juniors second
and the seniors third. There were no freshmen on the team, but they form-
ed a peewee squad and played against Lindsay and Exeter.
The line-up fall letter menl was as follows:
Ends, B. Osborne, N. Clifford, P. Lucas, C. Spangler: tackles, I. Holly,
D. Flint, D. Starkg guards, D. Kirk, M. Phillips, L. Roy: center, Billy Palmer:
halfbacks, D. Schuler, B. Hylton, I. Myers: fullback, B. Wallace: quarterback,
Delano O Practice Strathmore 18
Tulare 6 Practice Strathmore 0
Visalia 25 - - Strathmore U
Hanford 18 Strathmore 6
Porterville 6 Strathmore O
Exeter 18 Strathmore 6
Lindsay 19 Strathmore 9
Delano 0 Strathmore 0
Tulare 18 Strathmore 6
There was a very good turnout for track this year, some good material
and some not so good. After the culling out, Mr. Conley, with the help of
Mr. Prichard, an old hand at the track game, developed a fairly strong team.
After several practice meets, in which Strathmore placed high, the county
meet was held. The "B" and "C" classes placed second and the three classes
combined placed third in the whole meet.
After the county track meet the teams elected their captains. Bob Beck-
with was elected captain of the A'S: Ierry Boyer of the B'sp and Norman
Clifford of the C'S.
Those who made letters were:
E Walker - --------- 440
L. Terry - - - - - - 880 and shotput
I. Richardson - - - 880 and football throw
B. Nuckols - - ------ discus
B. Beckwith - ------ pole vault
I. Boyer - - - - - 100 and relay
B. Myers - - - - - discus
B. Wallace - ---- 660
D. Schuler - - - - 660 and relay
I. B. Osborne - ---- relay
D. Flint - - - - - - - - - relay
N. Clifford ------ 75, hurdles and relay
P. Anderson - ---- hurdles and relay
P. Timberlake - ---- relay
M. Phillips - - - - - relay
I'l EAVYWEIIEHT BAS IYETISALL
The heavyweights had a very successful season this year, winning five
games out of the eight. Among these five games, two were won from our
close but friendly rivals, Lindsay and Porterville. There were two very
close games-one with Woodlake, which was won by them in the last few
seconds by a long, arching basket: the other with Exeter, which they won
by two points in an overtime game.
Those who went out for the team were:
L. Terry -------- - Guard
C. Damann - - Guard
E. Walker - - Center
L. Baird - - -- - Forward
L. V. Bwsham - b - Forward
C, Collinsworth - w Center
L. Smith - - - - Forward
I. Van Beek - - Liuard
S. Knutson - - - - Forward
Strathmore - - - - 12 - - 11 - - - Tulare
Strathmore - - - Zl 4 - 23 - - - Delano
Strathrnore - - - - 18 - - I3 - - Porterville
Strathmore - - - - 21 - - 7 - - - Corcoran
Strathmore - A- - - 24 - - 25 - - Woodlake
Strathmore -- - - 14 - 4 16 - - - Exeter
Strathmore - - - 28 - - 21 - - - Lindsay
Strathmore - - - - 23 - - 20 - - Orosi
The Strathmore lightweights had a fairly successful season despite a
mid season epidemic of flu. For the first time in the history of the light
weights they defeated the Porterville team, although they lost to Lindsay
the next closest rival.
Those who went out for the team were:
I. Holly -
B. Myers -
I. Boyer -
B. Palmer -
- - - Guard
- - Guard
B. Wallace - - - - Center
T. Spuhler - - - Guard
R. Cotton ---- Forward
- 12 - - 14 - - - - Tulare
- - 22 - - 28 - - - Delano
- - 25 - - I6 - - Porterville
- - 18 - - 9 - - Corcoran
- - 19 - - 30 - - Woodlake
- - 14 - ' 20 - - - Exeter
- - 25 - - 33 - - - Lindsay
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The girls have been very active in athletics this year and the competi-
tion between classes has been exceedingly keen. As beginners, the freshmen
show much promising material: they should be able to go places and do things
The first sport of the season was volley ball. After a series of spirited
games, the seniors annexed the championship.
Next came speedball. After various bruises, bumps, and kicked shins,
the seniors found themselves with another championship.
Then came the favorite sport of the year-basketball. The teams this
year seemed very evenly matched, as the close scores indicated: but, by the
small margin of two points, the seniors again emerged victorious. lt's a.
habit: they've been doing it ever since they were freshmen.
There was keen competition for positions on the All-Star basketball
team: but after deep cogitation, Mrs. Page finally selected the following
R. Anderson Center La V. Garrett
N. L. Shoemaker, Mgr. Running Center E. Fisher
O. Page Forward A. Awbrey
D. Thomas, fCapt.J Forward F. Ferguson
M. Cowan Guard M. Tsuboi, lCapt.j
H. Adams Guard O. Gregg
l. M. Shepard Sub. E. Henry
The Reds emerged victorious by a score of 30-12.
At the time the annual went to print. baseball and kickball were still to
be played, but the seniors will probably have two more championships. If
they do, they will have a clean sweep for this year. Not bad!
Tennis proved to be a most interesting sport this year. More students
have participated in this sport, and although we havent won the county cham-
pionship, we have gone larther up the ladder to success.
Those to compete in the county tournament at Visalia were: boys'
singles, Harold Fisher: girls' singles, Orpha Page: boys' doubles, Bob Ed-
wards and Carl Damann: girls' doubles, Olive Gregg and Cecile Edwards,
mixed doubles, Bryant Minor and Frances Ferguson.
Three matches were arranged for the second team which consisted of!
boys' singles, lack Cline: girls' singles, Edythe Fisher: boys' doubles, Bobbie
Richardson and Iohn Davis: girls' doubles, Martha Perkins and Mae Merle
Molfino: mixed doubles, Olive Gregg and Howard Fisher.
During the season the boys' singles won five and lost three: the girls'
singles won three and lost five: the boys' doubles won four and lost four: the
girls' doubles won three and lost five: the mixed doubles won one and lost
Since all those on the squad this year are seniors except one, there will
have to be a new team altogether: however, the prospects look fairly bright for
Scores for the matches:
Visalia - Strathmore
Hanford - Strathmore
Exeter - Strathmore
Delano - Strathmore
Tulare - Strathmore
Dinuba - Strathinore
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CAN YCU IMAGINE .
Mr. Conley asking answerable questions in chemistry.
Miss Williams giving shorthand tests three times a week.
The tennis team winning four out of five matches.
What would happen il:
Bob Richardson forgot to come to class chewing gum?
Ioe Kroells went to history class with his mind on the lesson and not on
everything around him?
Ethel Marie, on her deathbecl to her secretary: "Please take a letter.
'My darling, never forget that through eternity I shall love you alone. Dont
forget the fun we have had and treasure these memories as I have.' Carbon
copies to Bud. Billy. Lester. Ierrv. Paul, and Dick."
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And you all know the rest. Complete
HIS Very mst friend is larry' Nursery and Floral Service
And both are very merry.
They will talk: they will joke, 'O'
Bur theyre always broke. ,Phone 128 - Lindsay, Uulif.
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The rest of his name is Fick.
He isn't very handsome,
And he isn't very quick.
But you ought to see his dust
When he walks down town,
If walking right ahead of him
ls the girl friend, Marjory Cown.
There was a yell leader named Billy:
The yells he did lead were so silly
With a rah, ziz boom bah!
And a lusty hurrah.
He leaped high and landed in Sicily.
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She's working all she can,
Because, you know, this is Leap Year,
And she's trying to get a man.
Each day when one walks by her,
She heaves a sorrowful sigh,
And says to whoever's present,
"Mama, can I have that guy?"
Now Arliss loved Merrie so dearly:
He said that he loved her sincerely.
Though Arliss was shy,
Leap year didn't go by
Without Arliss' answer, "Yes deary."
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Lester Terry was a second Clark Gable?
Ioe Kroells didn't have a line?
Mary Frances wasn't always mumbling to herself about Bill?
Frances didn't have her lesson prepared on time just once?
Orpha talked for fifteen minutes without stopping?
If the senior girls didn't convene every Monday morning and tell what
each did over the week-end?
Phil Lucas without his boots?
Les Terry not saying, "Criminy sakesn?
Edwards driving a new car instead
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Osmond Knutson not being tall and slim or Dick Stark five feet tall?
Mr. Conley not showing off his freshmen talent?
Biology without smelly frogs to dissect?
Brick and Grace making less than twenty errors in their typing speed
Wanted : Straight hair, Bob Edwards.
Lost: My heart, loc Kroells.
Lester Terry getting along with Arline Aeschbacker?
Tommy Anderson without her angelic disposition?
Miss Pratt not saving, "Quiet please," in sixth peri-od study hall?
Ruby Anderson not thinkng of Lee?
Adaline Awbrey as a dignified senior?
Frances Ferguson getting her lessons in late?
Kathryn Ward not being thrown from a horse?
Bob Edwards with straight blond hair?
Osmond Knutson not being six foot three?
Strange as it may seem: lack Richardson walking from study hall with
Bob Edwards was serious once and used the temper his red hair gave him?
You ought to see our boy friend:
He goes by the name of Bloat.
I guess he's pretty heavy,
Though he says that he can float.
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- Harold Fisher without a tennis racquet?
' . Dorothy without Buster?
Edythe Fisher without an "A"?
Mr. Nlannjng teaching Home Economics?
I. B. Osborne not moving his seat to sit near Anna Benge?
Coral Baker and Paul Anderson with black hair?
"Professor" Flint not talking about some scientific subject?
Dick Stark a midget? .
Iva Mae not flirting with the boys?
Stitch Richardson with a hair out of place?
Mr. Conley running the 220 in 48 seconds flat?
Ioe Kroells not getting the first date with a new girl?
Alice Ioyce without Ioe Douglas somewhere in the background?
Wilma Rogers not thinking of Tulare?
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