Taft Union High School and Junior College - Derrick Yearbook (Taft, CA)

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' ' A A ' -F ln MII' .il--1 gs ., page 6 i Q I C I CF Tl-IE music OT The Tlag rippling in The Tree air . . . OT The nOTes OT The TrumpeT Thrilling in The morn- ing breeze as The cOlOrs sOar inTO a lo ue slcy . . . OT The beaT OT The TOrge, The welding shop, The meTal shop, c1anTing ThaT Thunderous rhyThm, "DeTendl Preparel FighTl" . . . OT Twe broad and mighTy harmony OT Our American school wiTh iTs Tradi- TiOns OT individual variaTiOns upon a cemOcraTic Theme . . . OT The res- OnanT Organ rOll OT Our sTudenTs marching TOr vicTOry . . . OT These cO we wriTe, display, and sing in This, Our I942 Derrick. The cenTer of musical acTiviTy on The campus, The modern music building wiTh iTs spacious lawns provides opporTuniTy Tor recreaTional acTiviTy. Page 7 A Aj WE WHlSTLE- WORDS are noT enough: Tallc is indeed Too cheap. There are noT words enough, There is noT speech enough To Tell whaT we, The sTu- denTs oT TaTT Union l-ligh School and Junior College, are doing, Thinlcing, Teeling in This war emergency .... We can work Tor America- many oT us are working: we can TighT Tor America -some oT us are TighTingg we can die Tor Amer- ica-a Tew oT us have died. BuT when The words are over and The speeches are done, how can we Tell oT our deepesT conTribuTion-how we have builT our home TronT, our morale? . . . ACCENT ON RYHTHM . . . Girls' Drum Corps compleTes TormaTion on MarTin Memorial Field. Will' ga! Then can we Turn To The sonorous voice ol: a TrumpeT. a 'cello. or a horn, To The impassioned harmony oT a Tull orchesTra, To The measured and indomiTable rhyThm oT our concerT band, To The clipped and sTirring accenTs oT our drum corps, To The a cappella and glee club voices singing Their lyric message in Tones oT silver .... For saying so well and so oTTen whaT we cannoT say aT all,' The yearbook sTaTT, in graTiTude and ad- miraTion, dedicaTes This volume oT iTs publicaTion To The music deparTmenT. T , 1? ,gf fn 15" K' -.4 ill' 'l THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES . . . Darline Andre, Kaihleen Rafferfy, Sally Baies, major- eH'es, lead Girls' Drum Corps ihrough busy year. John Shore, Jaclc Moore, Max Sullivan sfage hilarious show for 'foolball fans. ry Page 9 'lfllmfzf ,IAQ .Slam we i mem SCHQGL' fl-1 ' ,ff lf mmf am id!! ! 1 , lr Q . l ,mill 1 ' ' F'lm A , j Ip j Afrafazelgm' 'J Ml N! . ' ' z, x l - f ,.7 I X ' I ' ly ' ' J", V I f ff ff I F ?',1:i" -255, 'f .4 3, ,f 79 A gf? 5-Ly. "7 HV' . . 4511 if ,. fp ' X- th..-if I I :ru AZf.5,r, I ij! gf . 4. irfi ,Y M : ' " I x .f,,f X 1- . 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S. members, aid local selec- five service board in +hird draH lo'H'ery. ,5- 'A fwf J Fifa. 17.37 . ' 4 p 5, x, lf w, 'f i fi., ! .' HJ ' 47' . L "W: ' . . . . . . . . . . ... Wiih lighis blazing mio +he nighi sky, 'rhe admmisirahon building A n x V 12-:fy 1 symbolizes ihe +wen+y-four hour defense efforl of fhe Tail' Union ff " wif-1 X 'x ' l, 'Lz-fuifige High School and Junior College. . "QV vi J? f "'li,'3?i" . ,.,,,. wa. , Q- , ly, "fi , ,pw A351 .ff j i ' Q mlb -,557-4 -'il l :Il f -,,' 75 . ,uf-9' ,111 ' iii Jw X. , .JH 1. 1 YV Af ' , ,H ..,, 4 ' SFC f s' f ,.Ffwf5Q' 'C fl 4-V ',.f. , Plfvnv ,Q N I K .1 -J Z my . J , J I -. X Q MI - ' W X. . All 1' - r aid I E Ir, :ff l " F-U ci: N V I, , ,r ifnzpll l - 1 3, .rx F . 5 - - , W . J . f il ! i 'R A - f gg 'J ' ' fini. ,.Y,!- - f V V iii , N iz If fl l l' V I l 'li 'Q 4 f , . ,Q I, in -W -fl, 1 1 - A Q f A ' ,,.,,,ivrf: '. ,-, A 1 '- v- .S , , 'Pw- , H, -, ,M -, 41 ii . Ln .1 ' '51 ' ff? Page I5 Page 14 NOT only in class- rooms, nol only in lhe welding and elec- lrical laboralories, in Jrhe machine anol mel- al and oil shops, in mechanical drawing, in basic classes of chemislry, physics, malhemalics, anol so- cial sluclies, buf also in Jrhe volunlary or- ganizalions of Jrhe sluolenl body do slu- denls conlribule lo lhe defense efforl. Virginia Vlasnilc purchases from Dick Dylres her share of defense sfamps 'lo help America win 1'he war. Helen OH'o waifs her iurn. John Shore and Chesier Dryden, assis'l'ed by bu- glers and s+uden+ body members, raise Old Glory fo il's place of honor ai' one of lhe morning flag- raising ceremonies. AMERICAN DECEMBER 7 . . . The sfudenf body ioins in fhe mighfy nafional campaign. The high school ad board sponsors fhe defense sfamp sale: fhe iaysee council sfimulafes freshman- sophomore defense sfamp compefifion. The American Women's Volunfary Service and fhe Junior Red Cross assisf direcfly in map reading, firsf aid, and ambulance driving courses, in collecfing magazines, boolcs for Gardner Field. Service Renderers and Boy BALLAD Scoufs collecf paper, fin foil, scrap mefal. The Arf Club assembles model airplanes: fhe Piaerians lcnif for Brifainp fhe USO-effes malce life pleasanf for army boys. Defense sfamp dances and defense bond raffles become pop- ular acfivifies. Q' ff W . 1 ,gifs ,ff ' 1 '- ge-' C. P. T. sfudenfs leave for Quarfzsife air school fo complefe flighf Training. ii S Margaref Whifaker, A.W. V.S. member, volunfarily gives her fime fo aicl her .Qifr counfry. 1 T T T, . I 'ass s - ., Y , Q . r 15 5 Page 15 SW KWH? Q if Ag 3 i -f ff lil ,Men ' I L , 3 fx ' I QW -' A XYXQK ' W3 V ,f X' fi' -5 Q! ., P 1 X W f N ,1" 4 K f, 'I . is 123 'V jf' ff "5 ' Q 5 0 Vhib. if .gig Q -V A ,M K?f' f fi! i f2 "5 if f H 'J " iw ? M , .V,, , A 15461 , ff? 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Besides fending fo fhe budgef and alloffing money fo various sfudenf body organizafions from fhe cenfral sfudenf body fund, fhe council has sponsored many enioyable evenfs. Among fhese have been a homecoming, which everyone hopes will become an annual evenf, a defense sfamp drive, an Easfer picnic, and a voca- fion day .... J. Wendell Howe is fhe faculfy advisor for fhe group. Every Thursday af l2:3O one may find fhese efficienf officers ferrifically busy in fhe Jaysee office. Dean John G. Howes and Miss Edna L. Dessery, guiding lighfs of fhe school, add helpful suggesfions af fhese meefings .... The officers, accompanied by Miss Dessery and Dean Howes, made fwo frips fo fhe Cenfral California Junior College convenfions af Reedley and Porfer- ville. Here various maffers are fhreshed ouf wifh all fhe schools siffing in and confribufing new ideas. FACULTY LEADERS . . . John G. Howes, dean of 'lhe iunior college: Edna L. Dessery, dean of iunior college women. BUSINESS AND PLEASURE AS USUAL . . . JAYSEE MIDWINTER PROM Jack Wood, Gladys Griffeafh, Ted Rowcliffe, Gerry Sfeen, Marjorie Quandf Ed Le Valley. JUNIOR COLLEGE COUNClL. Back row: Lingo, Hoocl, Free, McDonald Haney, Lee, Rowcliffeq Second row, Mr. Howe, Hormel, Sfine, Thornfon Cunningham: Fronf row, Wafson, Griffeafh, Kelly. if ,jf "ml, i xQSET ifN'.1.l1i ius 1'Hl JN l9 Wm f' ff 44.1 auf, Mfg, fi' ff ff rays 00l08I"Cl, iLOI'l alleff iAQ LL jaysee women are members of fhe Associafed Women Sfudenfs. Miss Edna Dessery, dean of junior college women, and Mrs. Jean Hardy are fhe ad- visors for fhe group. Under fhe capable leadership of Margaref Thornfon, firsf semesfer presidenf, plans for a freshmen fea, a mofher-daughfer banquef, a kid parfy, and hi-jinks were carried ouf land we do mean carried oufj. Ofher officers of fhe firsf semesfer were Beffy Jo Winslow, vice presidenfg Beffy Jean Cunningham, secre- faryg Eileen Green, freasurerg and Marjorie Quandf, freshman represenfafive. Second semesfer officers under fhe guidance of Nancy Sfine, presidenf, programmed an Easfer brealcfasf, a barn dance, and a hiclc day. Second semesfer officers included Arline Argenf, vice presidenfg Marjorie Ouandf, secrefaryy and Rufh Brandon, freasurer. lnferesfing meefings are held fhroughouf fhe year in fhe audiforium .... All junior college men are members of fhe Associafed Men Sfuclenfs. Harlan Lee, foofball menfor, is advisor for fhis group. The organizafion's ac- fivifies are many and varied. Eirsf semesfer officers were Jaclc Radford, presidenfg Richard Waffs, vice presidenfg Dan Valenfine, secrefary-freasurerg and Roy Long, busi- ness manager. Such healfhy acfivifies as sfealc-bakes, snow-frips, and hilces were fhe main affracfions during fhe winfer season .... Come spring! and new officers! Elmer Haney, presidenfg Roy Long, vice presidenfq Orville Poler, secrefary-Treasurer: and Don Newberry, so- cial chairman. Second semesfer acfivifies consisfed mainly of giving assemblies: seems as if fhe spring caused fhem fo be lefhargic or soporific or any- fhing which has fo do wifh cool green lawns and balmy weafher. COOPERATION COUNTS . . . A.W.S. officers. Back row: Brandon, Winslow, Argenf, Sfine, Green: Fronf row, Cunningham, Ouandf, Mrs. Hardy, Thornion. A.M.S. officers. Back row: Long, Newberry, Haney, Waffsg Fronf row, Poler, Valenfine. Naval Reserve speaker ,,,,,,, mn, ai. - J f I 5 I 1 I '2 .67 I 0 WM , 0l'l'l2l'l'l el' Q Q Q Q V I P F u ,,' TOM E. ADAMS, Alpha Gamma Sigma I, 2: Alpha Nu Epsilon 2: Baseball 2: Pep club I .... VERNA ARLINE ARGENT, A.W.S. vice-presidenl 2: Bela Phi Gamma 2: Cougar Echo exchange edilor 2: Forensic socie'I'y secrelary-Treasurer 2: W.A.A. I, 2, ireasurer 2. . . . DWIGHT BAISDEN . . . ELAINE A. BAKER, A Cappella Choir I .... PHIL BAKER . . . JUANITA ROE BIGGERSTAFF, Bela Phi Gamma I, 2, secreiary-Ireasurer 2: Cougar Echo I, 2, liealure eclilor 2: Derrick I, 2, senior edilor 2: Forensic sociely I, 2: Pep club I: Phi Rho Pi 2: W.A.A. I, 2 .... DAVID BORGA, Hi-Y I, 2, presideni I: Pep club I: Presidenls' club I .... RUTH CLAIRE BRANDON, A Cappella Choir I, 2: A.W.S, Ireasurer 2: Beia Phi Gamma I, 2, presidenl' I: Class secrelaryelreasurer 2: Cougar Echo 2: Derrick I, 2: senior edilor I, J. C. edilor 2: J. C. News Technical slaff I: Pep club I: W.A.A. I, 2, sporls manager I ,... MARCILLE BROWN, J. C. Dancing club I: Orcheslra I .... MAYBELLE BRYANT, A Cappella Choir I, 2 .... GERALDINE COLSTON, Ivlasquers I: Pasadena Drama Tournamenl' Players I: Pep club I ,... AUDREY COOPER, Ari club I, 2: Band I, 2: Bela Phi Gamma 2: Cougar Echo I, 2, edilor 2 .... ROSINA RAE COOPER, A Cappella Choir I: Alpha Gamma Sigma I: Orcheslra I, 2: W.A.A. 2 .... MARY AGNES DALTON, Bela Phi Gamma I, 2: Cougar Echo I, 2, Iechnical edilor 2: Masquers 2 .... JESSIE GRIEG DUTHIE, A Cappella Choir I, 2, secrelary 2: Alpha Gamma Sigma I, 2, ireasurer I, vice presidenl 2: Bela Phi Gamma I, 2, presidenf 2: Bookworms I, 2: Cougar Echo Iealure edilor 2: Derrick copy eclilor 2: Pep club I: W.A.A. I .... JEAN EDDINGER, Tennis I, 2: San Joaquin Valley Championship Girls' Singles I .... RICHARD L. EUBANKS, A Cappella Choir I: Bela Phi Gamma 2: Cougar Echo sporls edilor 2: Forensic sociely 2 .,.. JERRY FREE, A.S.B. presiclenl' 2: Class Ireasurer I: Co-orclinaling Council 2: Forensic sociely 2: Junior College Council 2: Pep club I, 2 .... HUBERT L. GRAVES . . . EILEEN GREEN, A Cappella Choir I: Alpha Gamma Sigma I, 2: A.W.S. Ireasurer 2: Bela Phi Gamma I, 2, presidenl 2: Cougar Echo associale edilor 2 .... GLADYS IRENE GRIFFEATH, A Cappella Choir I, 2: social chairman 2: Arl club I, 2: A.S.B. vice-presidenl 2: Bela Phi Gamma 2: Co-ordinaling Council 2: Cougar Echo arl edilor 2: Junior College Council 2. Adams Brandon Dulhie Argenf Baisden E. Baker P. Baker Biggershaff Brown Bryanl CoIs+on A. Cooper R. Cooper Eddinger Eubanks Free Graves Green C m il l - -?Q 'L Borga Dalfon Griffeafh '34 Hankins Harper NicI1oIs Poler Siine Thornion Callieryn Dubourdieu, Glynn Lee, Jack Wood, Gladys Grilieailw al Ilne iunior colege 'iorensic dinner. Pra clice makes periecl. Tlwe Maroon T spells oui iis symbol on Derrick Piclure Day. Jack Wood addresses mombors al Ilio iorensic banquei. Olin Lyncli swings ilwc bal lor 'Ilia Cougars. Hormel Ishikawa Kelley Lee Rail-ibern Rowell Sears Sewell WaH's Wilson Winslow W00d ELMER J. HANEY, Baseball I: Foolball I, 2, inspiralional award 2: Golden Gloves 2: I-Ii-Y I, 2, presideni I: Maroon T I, 2: Presidenis' club I, 2: Track 2 .... PATRICIA WARD HANKINS, A Cappella Choir I, 2: Ari club I, 2: Beia Plii Gamma 2: Derrick arl edilor 2: Masquers I, 2: Pasadena Drama Tournameni Players I .... VIVIAN L. HARPER, A Cappella Choir I: Orclweslra I .... GEORGENE L. HORMEL, A.S.B. Ireasurer 2: Junior College Council 2: Pep club I: Tennis I, 2 .... BEN ISHIKAWA . . . LEONA IRENE KELLEY, A.S.B. vice-presidenl 2: Co-ordinaling Council 2: Junior College Council 2: Pasadena Drama Tournameni Players I: Pep club I .... GLYNN LEE, A.M.S. social clwairman I: Baseball I: Cross counlry I: Class presideni' I, 2: Golden Gloves I, 2: J. C. News I: sporls edilor I: Junior College Council I, 2: Presidenis' club I .,.. ROY LONG, A Cappella Choir I, 2: Alplwa Nu Epsilon I, 2: A.M.S. secrelary I: A.S.B. secreiary-lreasurer I: Band I, 2: Class vice-presideni 2: Co-ordinaling Council I: Foolball 2: Junior College Council I: Orcl-ieslra I, 2 ..,. GARNET NICHOLS . . . ORVILLE POLER, Alplia Gamma Sigma 2: A.M.S. secreiary 2: Engineers club 2: Forensic socieiy I, 2, vice-presidenl 2 .... PAUL RATHBERN, Pep club I: Track I, 2 .... RUTH MARIE ROWELL, A Cappella Clwoir I, 2: Orclnesira I, 2: W.A.A. I .... EWING HOGAN SEARS, Forensic sociely 2 .... ROBERT G. S. SEWELL, A Cappella Choir I, 2: Alpina Gamma Sigma I, 2: Forensic sociely I, 2, vice-presidenl I, presidenl 2: Pep club I: Plwi Rlwo Pi I, 2, presidenl 2: Track I, 2: Yell leader 2 .... NANCY E. STINE, A Cappella Choir I: A.S.B. secrelary 2: A.W.S. ireslnman represeniaiive I, presidenl 2: Bela Plii Gamma I, 2, secrelary-Treasurer I: Co-ordinaiing Council 2: Cougar Eclio associale ediior I: Derrick 2: Junior College Council 2: W.A.A. I, 2 .... MARGARET THELMA THORNTON, Alpina Gamma Sigma I, 2, presideni' 2: A.W.S. ireslnman represenlalive I, Ireasurer I, presidenl 2: Bela Plni Gamma I, 2: Bookworms I: Co-ordinaling Council 2: Forensic sociely 2: Junior College Council 2: Presidenis' club 2: W.A.A. I, 2, Treasurer I, presidenl 2. . . . RICHARD WATTS, A.M.S. vice-presidenl 2: Cross-couniry I, 2, caplain I: Maroon T I, 2, secreiary-Ireasurer I, presidenl 2: Track I, 2, caplrain 2 .... HARRY WILSON . . . ELIZABETH JOAN WINSLOW, A Cappella Clioir I, 2, Ireasurer I: Alpina Gamma Sigma secreiary 2: A.W.S. vice-presideni 2: Bela Plwi Gamma, 2: Class secreiary 2: Derrick 2: Orclwesira I, 2 .... JACK WOOD, Golden Gloves I, 2: Maroon T 2: Pasadena Drama Tournamenl Players 2: Pep club I, 2: Track manager 2: Yell leader 2. GRADUATION FROLICS . . Top picfurez The mid-winier prom, one of Ihe social I1igl1IigI1+s of +I'1e year. BoHom Ief+: Herb Marlin, homecom- ing chairman, beams on assembled Ihrong. BoHom rigI1+: An omen of good for- 'Iune-+I1e bonfire. Iunior College Page 7 BEGIN THE BEGUINE . . . JAYSEE FRESHMEN. Back row, Rodman, Rilchie, Lynch, Poler, Pelerson, Polls: Fourlh row, Oalcley, Roe, Moore, Blaclc, Reed: Third row, Miwa, Lipperl, Lingo, Mullen, Roe: Second row, Prewifl, Roberls, McClin+oclc, Reneau, Quandf, Miller: Firsi row, May, Long, Lewis, Moss, MaHhews, McClain. PEU A PEU ILITTLE BY LIT- TLEl . . . JAYSEE FRESHMEN. Baclc row, Anderson, Craw- ford, Bubp, R. Daniels, Klinqe, Davis, Eqgerl, G. Daniels, Collins, Eding: Second row, Evans, Dubbers, Dallas, Brooks, Girard: Firsf row, Asbury, Bar- lcer, Blaine, Baisden, Cunning- ham, Calberl. Back row, Fowler, Jeffries, Graves, Jungi, Gibson, Hiclc- erson, Crosby, Huclcaby: Fif+h Hall, McDonald, Garlan, Kin,- caid, Keeble: Fourlh row, Gil- lespie, Hasfings, Heberl, Klinge, Haven, Hood, Jackson, Gregory: Third row, Harris, Hardenbroolc, Hamillon, Harn- blei, Krugar, Gray, Hall: Sec- ond row, Farlow, Fox, Faull, Keifh, Johnson, Jaclcson, House: Firsf row, Hallield, Baxfer, Gailher, Kuwahara, Garrelson, Ferguson, Howell, Gufhrie. COME LE PRIMO . . . JAYSEE FRESHMEN Back row, Valenrine, Klinqe, McDonald, Blaclc Wright Lynch: Sixlh row, Milchell, Wriqhf, Shel lon, R. Thornion, F. Thornlon, Bubp, Saeli, Wilie Fif+h row, Hall, B. Slone, Newberry, Gibson, Walls Sewell, Slarbuclc, Renneclcer: Fourlh row, Taylor S+einer, Widen, Hall, Saulsbury, Sullivan: Third row, J. Sfone, Tennant Barrows, Terry, Schimpll, Sailc, Young, Simms, Moore: second row, Spanqle, McLaughlin, McCleary, Slceen, Teel, Throop, Whirf loclc, Whipple, Wes+: Firsl row, Schasfeen, Slevene son, Wardrip, Shank, Sfewarr. ' Iunior College Page 8 Anson, Allen, B. Evans, M. row, Girard, Kness, H. Hall, G. QWL ,flaw HE inTellecTs oT The campus belong To ThaT exclusive group, Alpha Gamma Sigma. Membership is limiTed To Those who make a ToTal oT 30 grade poinTs. ChieT acTiviTy of The club has been To raise suTTicienT Tunds Through sponsoring dances Tor an addiTionaI junior college scholarship .... TaTT mainTains The ETa chapTer oT BeTa Phi Gamma, junior college journalism Tra- TerniTy. All persons who work on any school publicaiTon may become a member providing They are in The upper Two-Thirds oT sTudenT body in scholarship ranking. This year because oT a decrease in aTTendance, BeTa Phi Gamma wroTe and pub- lished The school paper. Leon Reisman and Miss Alma STein- inger are advisors .... The dorm boys, Teeling a need Tor organizaTion, have banded TogeTher and Taken on Themselves The loTTy Greek name, Alpha Nu Epsilon. Their main objec- Tives are The governing oT unruly members and Tiguring ouT ways and means. Harlan Lee Tackles This job as advisor .... Men, delving inTo The inTricacies oT how Things run and why, Took Time oTT Trom Their scienTiTic research To Torm a new club called The Engineers-very original! Only requiremenT is The mainTenance oT a "C" average in engineering subjecTs. Ban- gueTs and meeTings seem The main objecTive wiTh KenneTh Skeen and Frank Rose serving as The group's guiding angels. . . . LasT year, reassuming its old Greek name, The Torensics socieTy oT The junior college made Themselves known as Phi Rho Pi. This group conducTs boTh inTerschool and inTraschool debaTes. O'ER MY HEAD . . . ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA. Back row, Jackson, Girard, RaThbern, Eding, Poler, Oakely, Sewell, LipperTg Second row, Cooper, Winslow, Miss Dessery, Farlow, ThornTon7 FronT row, QuandT, DuThie, Green, Baker. BETA PHI GAMMA. Back row, MonTgornery, ArgenT, STine, Black, Cun- ningham, ThornTong Second row, Anderson, DaITon, Brandon, Winslow, DuThieg FronT row, STewarT, Cooper, Shank, Green, BiggersTaTT. PHI RHO Pl. Back row, RowcliTTe, Sears, Crosby, Black, Millwee, Haney: Second row, Poler, Lee, Hood, Free, Sewell: FronT row, ArgenT, BiggersTaTT. ALPHA NU EPSILON. Back row, MiTcheIl, Crawford, McDonald, Long, Lynch, Black, Gillespie: Second row, STone, Saeli, Haney, Crosby, Hall, Keebleg FronT row, Milwee, Lee, Huckaby. JAYSEE ENGINEERS. Back row, Poler, Collins, Mr. Skeen, Mr. Rose, Rowcliffe, Newberry: Second row, Eding, Mullen, Rodman, RaThbern, Lingo: FronT row, Sewell, Girard. i r i j j gi ,, M. . . WM 'W wwf an I min 6 p"0Jffe5 Oal' ACH year The junior college paper is renamed. This year iT began iTs exisTence as The Breeze during The TirsT semesTer, and by The second semesTer, The dissaTis- Tied sTaTT changed iTs name To The Cougar Echo. The TirsT semesTer paper was ediTecl by junior college journalism sTudenTs, Audrey Cooper being ediTor. ReporTers Tound ThaT journalism was no snap .... Owing To The decrease in enrollmenT in journalism classes, volunTeer sTudenTs Took over Tor The second semesTer wiTh JuaniTa BiggersTaTT as ediTor. P. S.-Leon Reisman ranTed and raved abouT deadlines as usual .... Well, we haven'T exacTly slaved away on The Derrick This year as our predecessors claimed They had, buT iT's been hard enough work. The lasT week or so beTore publicaTion saw everyone running hiTher and yon Trying To puT The pieces TogeTher. Several eve- nings were devoTed To work on The book, and a Tew SaTurday mornings were spenT in a similar manner. Mr. Reisman, as usual, helped The ediTors immensely. RuTh Brandon picked up The loose Threads and bound The book TogeTher as ecliTor. Jean Cunningham Took phoTographs Till she ThoughT she couldn'T look anoTher TlashlighT bulb in The Tace. Jessie DuThie wroTe copy Till everyThing was a blur, and JuaniTa BiggersTaTT organized The graduaTing class inTo some semblance oT order. Hence, The junior college secTion oT The yearbook. JUST AN ECHO . . . STaTT TirsT semesTer: Back row, BiggersTaTT, TeaTure ediTorg Green, FirsT row, DalTon, Technical ediTorg Cooper, ediTorg Black, exchange ediTor. Second semesTer sTaTT. Back row, Hood, sporTs ediTor7 DalTon, Technical ediTor7 Garlan, DuThie, TeaTure ediTorg Greeng FirsT row, ArgenT, GriTTeaTh, arT ediforg Brandon, BiggersTaTT, ediTor. DO WE WE WORRY? I'LL SAY DID . . . Jaysee Derrick ediTors. Jessie DuThie, copy ediTorp Rufh Brandon, ediTor: JuaniTa Big-gersTaTT, senior ediTor. Jaysee Derrick sTaTT. BeTTy Cunningham, BeTTy Jo Wins- low, Grace STewarT. Iunior College Page I0 ,s Q' ,ju 49' , 'r 4 W uriic ringfi oy Cl-TERZOS, rondos, Thrills, Tugues, and gigues may be heard aT all hours oT The day issuing Trom The music building. Many iaysee sTudenTs are inTeresTed in music and plan To make iT Their vocaTion. Tom STevens, head oT The music deparTmenT, Teaches an inTeresTing class in music hisTory and appreciaTion. . . . The deparTmenT is responsible Tor many Tine assemblies, and The audiTorium is always crowded when local men and women puT Their TalenTs beTore The ap- preciaTive sTudenT body .... The A Cappella Choir presenTed iTs annual concerT in May. Trips had been planned aT The beginning oT The year, buT because oT The Tire shorTage, we Tound ThaT all Trips had been cancelled. This organizaTion presenTed many oTher Tine programs Tor civic organizaTions ThroughouT The year. . . . The TrumpeT Trio consisTing OT John Shore, RaTh- burn ShelTon, and Jack Moore coached by Raymond MaTThai provided high poinTs in many school pro- grams .... Jaysee members oT The band Tormed a smaller uniT oT Their own during The TooTball season and played Tor several evenTs such as The poTluclc held by Treshmen and sophomore classes beTore The Visalia game. This group also led serpenTines on The TooTball Tield aTTer games. The words oT our new school song, "I-lail Then Ye Cougars," were wriTTen by RaThburn ShelTon and puT To The music oT one oT Cuyler I-I. Leonards sTirring marches. HOT LICKS . . . TRUMPET TRIO. Jack Moore, RaThbern ShelTon, John Shore. JAYSEE MUSIC MAJORS. Baclc row, Winslow, KeT- ridge, Miller, EgenhoTT, McLaughlin, DuThie, I-Iankins, Faull, QuandT, KirlcpaTrickg FirsT row, Long, Moore, STarbuclc, ShelTon. A CAPPELLA OFFICERS. Back row, Moore, ShelTong FirsT row, McLaughlin, GriTTeaTh, STeen. A CAPPELLA CHOIR. Bacli row, Wiilson, Long, Keeble, Sewell, Smilh, STevens, Moore, Richie, PoTTs, STarbuclc, ShelTon, Shively. Second row, Allen, Webber, Winslow, Kelridge, Brandon, DuThie, QuandT, KirkpaTriclc, Faull, EgenhoTT, McCleary, Fox. FirsT row, Ferguson, Turner, Shanlc, I-lanlcins, Rowell, GriTTeaTh, Howell, Wardrip, Sleon, McLaughlin, CalberT, KciTh, B. Miller. .NK NIGHT AND mfQ?ff5yQ'QffjVH jWfil,iLQg3V!,gry,60fUgf if Wy gfffwwffjfgif 5ijffip5wQfUW MM ff if? MQ 'WW MQMJWJX iffy NM CMM 7 X ff DAY W W W mfiife Sm 1 lr H W 'E .,,R M il JJ' W , It mf 3 ' ' X Y Q 2? A Wi F T Af' if 43 Q3 of N '-V7 . Qi. 'mAszV:1s,,.,, 34 5,4 ,jf 1 X ., ..,,A . , ,,.V X , V "'Af , TM 's gb . M X u,N.m.QgbQX W X Q xy. 1" 66' .- Gu? goofgaf OACH HARLAN LEE aT The iaysee homecoming Told Those presenT ThaT he hoped To beaT Bal4ersTield buT wasn'T Too cerTain. Well, The Team almosT lived up To The menTor's hopes. AT leasT iT ToughT To a Thrilling Tinish againsT The Renegades and secured a score oT T3-I3. The crowd was simply numb wiTh ioy aT having Tied The opposing parTy, and Coach Lee was absoluTely possessed wiTh ioy and iubilaTion .... Gordon Hall, veTeran Tullbaclc oT high school and iunior college TooTball campaigns, capTained The TooTball Team. He was chosen by The Team To receive ThaT coveTed honor. AT The annual TooTball banqueT, To which members oT The Team squired Their Temmes, Elmer Haney, Tlashy liTTle halTbaclc was given an award as The mosT valu- able player. Clyde lvliTchell, veTeran end, carried away The inspiraTional award as a Token oT his TeammaTes' esTeem. . . . Olin Lynch, Tullbaclc, won honorable menTion on The all-souThern CaliTornia Team piclced by sporTs wriTers oT various souThland news sheeTs .... Vern Mullin, head oT The physical educaTion deparTmenT and guesT speaker aT The Team's gala bangueT, reminisced abouT pasT TooTball evenTs. HEROES OF THE DAY . . . Top picTure: Gordon Hall, CapTain oT iaysee TooTball Team: Third picTure: Elmer Haney, lnspiraTional Award Winner. Second picTure: Coach Lee, Johnson, KirlcpaTriclx and SonTag waTch game Trorn players bench. COUGAR TEAM. Baclc row, Coach Zecher, PruieTT, HeberT, Long, Gibson, Reed, Dryden, Widen, Third row, Aldrich, Richie, Lynch, Wake- Tield, Thorell, LegaTe, GusTaTsen, WhiTe, Coach Lee: Second row, MarTin, Johnson, Saulsbury, l-laney, MiTchell, McDonald, Price, Hicker- song EirsT row: lvlcCarThy, Miwa, ValenTine, Hall, STone, Haven, Klinge. f 1 ,ff f -f.. 4 W m My jak 13, ZZILMKJJ I3 AFT ploughed Through a very climacfic foofball season, AT The end of iT, local Teams shared The CenTral Cali- fornia Conference championship wiTh Visalia. The ups and downs of This foofball season could be compared wiTh The ups and downs of a business cycle. FirsT game of The year saw TafT off To a bad sTarT, VenTura Trouncing us 26-O. And sTill The faTes were againsf The local varsiTy as iT meT lvlodesTo in a non-conference game and suffered iTs second defeaT, I3-7. HiTTing our sTride, we defeaTed SanTa Barbara 6-7. LaTer, The faTes wiTh us again, we defeafed Sanfa Maria 8-O, and Visalia I9-7. However, The army curbed local squads in a Truly excifing game 6-O, when The boys from Gardner Field cheered Their own heroes To vicTory. STill burning from This defeaT, TafT was edged ouT by Reedley I4-I3. San Luis bowed To The Cougars To The Tune of T3-O, and PorTerville, Too, was vanquished by The Terrific score of 33-O. The Bakersfield game, always The greaTesT evenT of The season, was chuck full of Thrills and exciTemenT. Many of The members of The fooTball Team had suffered iniuries from previous games, and a slighT influenza epidemic had ThreaTened The remaining hale and hearTy members of The Team. TafT's hopes were low, buT spiriT was high, and iT was This spiriT which seemed To help The fellows fighT The Rene- gades To a Tie. MosT exciTing momenT of The game was The conversion poinT, kicked and made good by lviasao lvliwa To Tie up The score I3-I3. YOU GOTTA BE A FOOTBALL HERO . . . Top picTure: Murry Rockwell carries The ball. Righ+ picfure: lasT minuTe Touchdown in Army game. MORE HEROES . . . RighT picTure: Pile- up affer fumble in Visalia J.C. game. Klinge and Thorell sTand by. BoTTom picTure: Man- agers Widen, Dryden, WhiTe. Iunior College Page I laorffimanfi ounfzi LL inTerschool sporTs were cancelled in The middle oT Track season and were replaced by inTramural sporTs. l-lowever, beTore The Tire shorTage, TaTT did succeed in winning The meeT Trom Pomona. lVleeTing wiTh Cal Poly, The local squad Took second place. Pop Sewell coached The TracksTers. Changeover Trom inTerschool To inTramural conTesTs did noT lose any Tans, and sTudenTs enjoyed inTramural meeTs as well as Those in which biTTer school rivalry caused enThusiasm .... Track sTars had To keep Training, neverTheless, To compeTe wiTh squadrons Trom Gardener Field and The high school. TaTT placed TourTh in The Kern counTy relays. Jack Moore, hurdler, Tied The Kern counTy mark and esTablished a new school record. Jerry Bubp placed TourTh in The IOO-yard dash, while David WrighT sTarred in iavelin and discus. Bill PoTTs Tossed The I6 pound shoT 37 TeeT. CINDERELLAS OF THE TRACK . . . Top picTure: Jerry Bubp, sprinTer. J. C. TRACK. RirghT picTure: Back row, Kee- ble, Sewell, Brown, l-lasTings, l-leberT, MiTchell, PoTTs, Bubp, Coach Sewell: FirsT row, Miwa, McCarThy, l-lall, Eding, Newberry, Moore, WrighT. HE Cougar cagers played Through The season wiThouT much success. Les Kienholz coached The Tellows, and Dolder Black, veTeran cenTer acTed as capTain Tor The group. TaTT downed PorTerville 33-501 Coalinga also losT To us 25-39, buT The Tide Turned, and The resT oT The season's vic- Tories belonged To oTher Teams. Visalia rolled up a score oT 46 To our 27, Reedley 45-33, San Luis, in a Thrilling game, goT The edge 35-34 aTTer a minuTe or Two oT overTime To deTermine The winner. The Tinal game wiTh BakersTield re- sulTed in a score oT 49-46. This, Too like all BakersTield encounTers, was more Than playing Tor Tun. IT was, like The resT, a grudge TighT .... Coached by Bob Zecher, The baTTling golden glovers oT This school had a real chance To geT in and TighT To Their hearTs' conTenT. Winners were Leonard Hood, Glynn Lee, Frenchie l'leberT, Lawrence l-lickerson, John and Jim Johnson. NIMBLE FEET, NOT NECESSARILY WITS . . . JAYSEE GOLDEN GLOVES. Back row, Hickerson, l-leberT, Johnsong Second row, Thomp- son, T-lasTingsg FirsT row, T-lood, Dallas, Lee, JAYSEE BASKETBALL. Back row, Brown, Gervais, Black, Lynch, New- berry, Coach Kienholzg FirsT row, Saeli, l-leberT, l-lasTings, Rowe, Flournoys. junior College Page I6 TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME . . . BASEBALL SQUAD. Kienholz, Buclcly, Lynch, Shelfon, McDonald, Gillespie, Flournoys, Dubbers, Long, E. Garlan, Saeli, H. Garlan. .245 :boed HAT lcing of American sporfs, baseball, had iusf gof underway when fhe new ruling was passed againsf infer- school sporfs. Therefore, fhe coach and feam had fo remalce fheir plans. lnsfead of playing Porferville, Coalinga, Balcers- field, and ofher members of fhe Cenfral California Confer- ence, fhe feam had fo safisfy ifself by playing againsf fhe high school's feam and various squads from fhe army posf af Gardener Field. Harlan Lee coached fhe fwo maior sporfs, baseball and foofball .... The feam loolced preffy good fhis year despife fheir firsf defeafs by Cal Poly I I-3 and Pomona IO-I. A new imporf from Hawfhorne, Elfon Garlan, occupied fhe pifcher's box. Roy Long, a new player, sfood behind homeplafe. Two valuable members, G. B. and Raeburn Daniels, were losf fo fhe Taff public for a while as fhey wenf off in search of new laurels in fhe field of professional baseball .... Baseball sfill remains fhe fop sporf in fhe hearf of nearly every American as wifnessed by fhe furnouf af all games. Maricopa, foo, was in fhe new schedule, since fhe disfance was nof prohibifive and would nof use up foo much of fhe highly valued rubber so neces- sary fo fhe American mode of life. BOOLA BOOLA BASEBALL TWIRLER . . . Elfon Garland winds up for a curve. JAYSEE SONG LEADERS: Dorofhy Hardenbroolc, Vivian McCleary. Eva Jean Shank. JAYSEE YELL LEADERS: Leonard Widen, Roy Anderson, Bud Sewell. Tunior College Page 17 l"6l Wil all Ma U15 EMBERSHIP reguiremenTs Tor The Maroon T, The iunior college men's aThleTic association are Tairly sTiTT. To be eligible, one musT receive a leTTer in a maior sporT. Unlike The W.A.A. The Maroon T doesn'T exisT To play games buT is a business group. Their iniTiaTions I , if ' iiziiliii ' . i 5' K -. ' i 'T , , E 1 , 1 f 5 ' f . . ,.,, il, , ' I 4 fy , , , 4 , , 4- W. V Y 'I it f H K V K 1 L3 T Q ' - " V fi. T 'N Z ' 'T i A' o 71, . T ,, K., Tl' 1, ,, , A fe ' TP " ' ' f f ' , 4 ' f' 3 'X l ' . fl , -xl" , rt ,I If fi i X In , : lf, " Y 4- J E ' ' x 1 'T "' 5' .- I IPI! E k are really someThing To behold. Smears oT lipsTick, dresses and hairy legs Torm an alTogeTher incongruous picTure. The iniTiaTes donning This garb know whaT's in Tor Them and needless To say are prepared Tor The paddling ThaT is handed ouT in doses along wiTh The cosTuming .... The Maroon T mainTains order aT assemblies, guards Tence aT TooTball games as well as direcTing TraTTic. One oT Their maior acTiviTies is To acT as oTTicial bouncer oT persons who behave in an unruly manner aT The dances sponsored by The iaysee organizaTions ThroughouT The year .... The Maroon T also awards sweaTers To Those men who have made suTTicienT poinTs. . . Their advisor is Their TavoriTe TooTball coach, Harlan Lee. OT- Ticers oT TirsT semesTer were Dick WaTTs, presidenT: Clyde MiTchell, vice-presidenTg Bill PrunTy, secreTary. Those serving second semesTer were Dick WaTTs, re-elecTed presidenTg Bob STone, vice-presidenT, and Clyde MiTchell, secreTary .... The Women's AThleTic AssociaTion is composed oT Those women who preTer brawn To brains. NOT seriously! All Those who are inTeresTed in sporTs and come ouT Tor Them are eligible To membership in This organizaTion. lniTiaTions, a TavoriTe Torm oT medieval Tor- Ture, are The TavoriTe sporT of previous members. l'low They delighT in making Their Triends dress in burlap bags, nighTshirTs, and carry bouqueTs of leTTuce, radishes, car- roTs and onions .... This year several parTies have been held. Ice-skaTing, spagheTTi Te-eds, banqueTs, and sporTs aTTairs have been The main aTTracTions TempTing unsus- pecTing iniTiaTes .... The girls play Tour sporTs ThroughouT The year, baskeTball, speedball, hockey, and baseball. . 4 . Miss Nora BrandT is The advisor Tor The group. FirsT semesTer presidenT was Mary Alice MonTgomery. Second semesTer oTTicers were MargareT ThornTon, presidenTg Jean Cunningham, vice president Shirley Whipple, secre- Taryg DoroThy Moore, Treasurer: and Alice Young, sporTs manager. Usual meeTing place and Time are The gym and Wednesday aTTernoons. WHILE ATHLETES POSE . . . W.A.A. Back row, Fox, Farlow, McCleary, MonTgomery, Simms, CalberT, WesT, Green, HamilTon, Faull, Argent Sec- ond row, SchasTeen, Cooper, Thorn- Ton, Cunningham, DuThie, Harden- brook, Harris: FronT row, Moore, Whipple, Miss Brandt BiggersTaTT, GuThrie, McLaughlin. MAROON T. Back row, ValenTine, MiTchell, Hall, PoTTs, WaTTs, McDon- ald, STone7 FourTh row,Richey,l.ynchg Third row, Saulsbury. T-leberTg Sec- ond row, Klinge, Miwag FirsT row, Widen, Haney. Iunior College Page 18 u e ox ive JUST PRANKS . . . Left: Juaniia Biggersiaff and Jessie Dufhie hold ihe Bela Phi Gamma's charler ai rhe iniliaiion. Righ+: As a price for club membership Belly Jean Cunningham says her prayers lo Mr. Mclnnes. FUN IS THE SPICE OF LIFE . . . Leif: Roy Anderson and Wayne Oalcley are greeied by Belly Jean Cunningham and Nancy Sline af ihe iaysee freshman parfy. Righi: Lois Jones, Mary Carolyn Allen, Jim Shaver, Belly Keiih and Elaine Spangle eai joyfully a+ a iaysee parly. FOOD AGAIN . . . Le'f+: Beliy Amburn, Jerry Free, and Leona Kelly dance a+ fhe iaysee fresh- man parly. Righ+: Ted Rowcliffe, Jerry Free, Jean Eddinger, Eleanor Barrows serve fhemselves af 'lhe same parfy. HOME SWEET HOME, OR IS IT . . . 7 Leif: The homecoming rally is held lhe same nighi as ihe Bakersfield bonfire. Righi: Ches- fer Dryden and John Shore con- duci a daily 'Flag-raising ceremony. SWING YOUR PARTNER . . . Leif: The Alpha Gamma Sigma gives a dance afier a fooiball game. Righi: Jessie Duihie sells iickeis al' ihe Alpha Gamma Sigma Dance 'lo Herb Marlin and Dolder Black. Iunior College Page I0 OBVIOUSLY A POSE . . . 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Top row, Burrell Jesse, John Slephensg Firsi row, Loring BenneH, Frank B. Dickson, Chesfer N. Inman. A PRINCIPRL I 4 I1 acyl? I 5, I if -'f in if .,, f . r' ' 1 ' x 0 IIE! IIC I+ I , I I i . I ' ,, X x 7.9- I... - lligh School Page 4 -Nw Mcu AMIABLE ADMINISTRATORS . . . Eugene M. Johnslon, vice-principal, Miss Virginia Bailarcl, dean of girls, Larry R. Pool, clireclor of s+uclen+ welfare, Sidney S. S+ansell, clirecfor of allendance. E PROUDLY inlroduce Slanlord I-Iannah, dislricl superinlend- enl ol Tail Union I-Iigh School and Junior College. On his capable shoulders resled The enormous laslc ol adiusling our school program Io iii Ihe needs of war wilhoul sacrificing The peace lime values and ideals ol a clemocralic people: lhe school is proud of his achievemenls. Mr. I-lannah has been here live years, now, and by his abilily, sense ol humor, and Iceen sense of human values he has made himself respecled by everyone. I-Iis able advisers, Jrhe Board ol Truslees, have repealedly demonslraled lheir sound judg- menl in guiding lhe policies ol our school. HE sTudenTs OT TaTT High, wheTher They knew iT or noT, owed much OT Their success in school This year To The inTeresT Their counselors Took in Them. AlmosT everyone, aT one Time or anoTher, was disconTenTed wiTh his program or decided ThaT he would do beTTer work in anoTher class: so The TirsT person such a sTudenT saw was his counselor, who advised him on his program and Tried To undersTand his problems. The experienced guidance oT These willing advisors did noT sTop wiTh The sTudenT's school problems, buT exTended To his TuTure in his TurTher schooling or his chosen vocaTion. To anyone who was inTeresTed in such problems The counseling room was a gold mine oT inTormaTion, and The counselors were always eager To help in any way. This year The annual VocaTion Day program, given in coniuncTion wiTh The Kiwanis Club, was spread over several weeks' Time. OuTsTanding speakers were inviTed To speak To sTudenTs on Their chosen careers. The head oT The counseling sTaTT, Miss Virginia Bailard, divided The program so as To provide guidance Tor problems in all The phases oT each sTudenT's liTe. RED PENCILS AND REPORT CARDS . . . COUNSELORS. Top picTure: Back row, Larry R. Pool, Gar- lyn A. Basham, Mrs. Miriam Dyer - BenneT, Miss ElizabeTh BedTord, Miss Eloise SmiThg FirsT row, G-eoTTrey B. Noakes, Miss Virginia Bailard. MUSIC AND LANGUAGE DEPARTMENTS. Second pic- Ture: Back row, Miss DoroThy Leonard, Mrs. Miriam Dyer- BenneTT, Miss Sarah Bailar, Miss Mariorie Mason, FirsT row, Raleigh Borrell, Raymond MaTThai, Tom STevens. BoTTom leTT: Mrs. Neilson serves Tea To Mr. Mclnnes aT one oT The monThly TaculTy Teas. Miss Bailard and Mr. Peckham, in I background, Talk Things over. -. gf g W 1 'W E4 if ldenTs Zla, 2lb, 2l-Ya, QI-2b ENGLISH DEPARTMENT. BOT- Tom righT: Back row, Mrs. Amy PeTerson, Miss Mabel Myers, Miss Eloise SmiTh, Miss CaTh- ,QM erine Paulsen, Mrs, Magdalene Neilson,Miss DoroThy Leonard, FirsT row, Leon Reisman, Earn- esT Mclnnes, Doyle Peckham, Joe Morrow. THE BETTER HALF . . . Mr. Simpson, Mrs. Dyer- Bennei, Mr. Cosand, Miss Underwood, Miss Bun- day, Mr. Howes, Mr. Maflhai, Mrs. Maflhai, and Mr. Aufdemberge eaf happily. THEY GUIDE US IN PRACTICAL ARTS . . . PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. Top pic- lure: Baclr row, Dean Johnson, Roberl Zecher, Miss Loree Denlon, Harlan Lee, Miss Nora Brandi, Barney Swarlzell, Harvey Lee, Firsr row, Vern Mullen. COMMERCIAL AND MECHANICAL DRAWING DEPARTMENTS. Third piclure: Back row, Miss Allee Johnson, Mrs. Jean Hardy, Fred Beally, Miss Charlolle McGlynn, Miss Florence Underwood: Firsf row, Geoffrey Noalces, Bernard Wall, Ray- mond Scoll, George Wafson, Edgar Odell. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT. Second pic- Iure: Baclc row, John Colberl, Alberl' Conrad, Ber- nard Wall, Paul Slanclifl, Joseph Sleeng Firsl row, M. L. Barlow, Geoffrey Noalces, Richard While, Reeves Troul. HOME ECONOMICS AND ART DEPARTMENTS. Firsl picrure: Back row, Miss Dorolhy Henderson, Miss Thelma While, Miss Josephine Squire, Mrs. Eleanor Jeans Eubanlrsq Firsl row, Miss Isabel Ailchison, Miss Mildred Baer, Miss Alma Sleininqer. 'xy'-. . , 'T 5,4593 if 5. ,H , V' .- ' . ISILI' . ' ,. . , X, 4 '-fi 4 f , I y. 1, 'H 'T 4 -y xv-P -rl 1. " 'K ' 1 'C' ' J - - lf' V'e:'4 . I N 1 ' 7 ',' 1 ,if -1 'f' ,fl f if 1- qi , 4' ., ,f ' 'g , I: fi I r V., I .-uf, IJ- xx . .. Q U il N, fy-r 0. -L., . ff M1 "' . .., , J, fl- ,5'fQ3 'i1' z o iff y I 9' j o' O I J i. ' f - I- r. . , , High School Paqv 6 Hugh School Page 7 TEA FOR TWO . . . Miss Henderson and Mr. Brown preside over The Tea Table. HE TaculTy is geTTing in The groove wiTh Uncle Sam. Gordon ArleTT and MonTy Reedy are army reserve oTTicers, and John T. S. Morris is associaTed wiTh The TlighT service. Vance Frazier is Teaching aircraTT engines To aviaTion cadeTs aT Gardner Field, Ralph Nix is assisTanT sTaTe super- visor in charge OT shipyard welding, and M. L. Barlow leTT To Take The posiTion oT assisTanT super- visor oT vocaTional Teacher Training. Ed Sewell, Doyle Peckham, Raymond ScoTT, and Frank Rose peer inTo The nighT from The TaTT observaTion Tower: J. Wendell Howe and Miss Alma STein- inger Train map readers: The Junior Red Cross movemenT is being expanded by Mrs. Eleanor J. Eubanksg The Junior Women's Auxiliary Service is on The go headed by Miss Loree DenTon. Joseph D. Cosand is giving insTrucTion in Tire TighTing, Garlyn Basham is Training adulT public speakers Tor communiTy deTense speakers, and KenneTh Skeen and Leon Reisman are on The TaTT defense bond and sTamp sales commiTTee. John G. Howes is secreTary oT The local draTT board, and Miss Mildred Baer is head oT The U.S.O. recepTion commiTTee. OThers vow ThaT red, whiTe and blue are Their TavoriTe colors .... lT is obvi- ous ThaT aTTer knowing whaT The Teachers have done, one musT believe Them To be human aTTer all. Formerly, They spenT all day and half The nighT Toiling Tor our beneTiT, buT now They musT crowd inTo Their remaining valuable Time Their many eTTorTs To help our esTeemed Uncle ouT oT a lam. WAen ou ana! .9 mire oung, aggie I" THEY KNOW ALL THE - 1 ANSWERS . . . EM , MATHEMATICS AND sci- T ENCE DEPARTMENTS. Back T row, Frank Rose, KenneTh Skeeng Second row, Joseph Cosand, J. Wendell Howe, M. L. Barlow, Maurice Beiach, Les Kienholzg FirsT row, Harold Francis, Miss Alice ATwood, Miss Edna Des- sery, Miss Pauline Lyon, Ken- neTh Simpson. l l THEY EMPHASIZE GOOD CITIZENSHIP . . . SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPART- MENT. Lyle M. Brown, John G. Howes, J. Wendell Howe, Garlyn Basham, Joe Morrow, Miss Maude Bunday, Harry ShulTz. l A 1 High, School Pago 8 'x 1 1 . in .F ees?--4' 1 L A M, u,s,N ., 1 . 437, W f TQ y!,f:!,4, T l-fr . 5-Q ,V v Q leg! Y gf ,T I i fav 1, ' - wx "3 fi V,V,X X .- ' ii ,ff , L, XE, . of T ,f XM' ,, f 'uf :Z ' ff I f. WELL, THEY LOOK BUSY . . . Top leTT: LoreHa CarTer waTches The ChrisTmas Tree grow as more s+udenTs earn high Typing raTes. Top righT: Wayne RoclcholT, Harold Richards, Marfin WalTers, VioleT Skinner, Tom Moodie, and Wilcox siudy The Trees on The campus as a parT of The biology course. Third piciure: Arfhur Colberf snaps inieresiing views on The school campus. Second picTure: Pho- Tography sTudenTs learn The "how" of differen+ Types of cameras: KiTe, Dovis, KirlcpaTriclc, SmiTh. Hall, Wegis, WaTTs, Sievens. HE school TaculTy has meT The challenge of The world-wide crisis by dedicaTing Themselves and The resources of This school To carrying Torward The vicTory program. They musT be prepared To answer The ques- Tion oT where and how youTh can besT serve our naTion. The shrine oT The American people, individual liloerTy, musT be seT aside Tor The duraTion. STudenTs, as well as John Q. Public, will Teel The necessiTy Tor selli- sacrifice and The iron curb oT selT-discipline. The pasT educaTional aims oT our school To develop The sTudenTs, physically, men- Tally, and morally, inTo useTul ciTizens will cerTainly bear TruiT and prove The value OT our democraTic Torm oT liTe. The give and Talce ol: school elecTions, The parTicipa- Tion in organizaTions, The eTTecTive worlc oT service clubs, will conTinue To give our sTu- denTs Training in acTive communiTy liTe. There is one deTiniTe way we can prove our loyalTy To our school and counTry. We can make an all ouT eTTorT in The class room To do our l9iT Tor Uncle Sam. CROWDED-WHAT . . . 7 STudenTs relax aT noon dance. TECHNOLOGICALLY INCLINED . . . Oil well class on "loca- Tion": WiTTe, Cook, CauTTman, Black, Cook, Davis, Adams: Kneeling, Alley. ERHAPS you have noTiced ThaT since The Juniors and Seniors have Taken TirsT aid, They Tollow you around if you look a biT pale, hoping They can pracTice whaT They have learned. Those argumenTs on The re- laTionship oT managemenT and labor wax a biT hor aT Times, buT They do open one's mind To The necessiTy oT underslranding boTh sides. TaTT also ranks high among The naTion's schools Tor iTs liberal provision Tor vocaTional educaTion. The presenT acceleraTion oT pro- ducTion brings abouT a need Tor people Trained Tor DIVERSIFIED ACTIVITIES . . . Below leTT: ln The school ma- chine shop laoys receive excellenT Training Tor TuTure deTense iobs. Below cenTer: Doyle Reed and LouVerna Thomas enioy Their iournalism class. Where's The Teacher? He was Taking The picTure! Below righT: OTTo WiTTe and Eugene Alley Tind sur- veying a valuable experience. BoTTom lefT: RuTh Bradley, Lucille MAYOR PERUSES PROCLAMATION . . . Mayor Bell ad- dresses Derrick, Gusher, and Cougar Echo ediTors during News- paper Week: Audrey Cooper, Pearl Decker, Virginia Widen, Vivian Howes, Jessie DuThie, RuTh Brandon. . QA g ln, such iobs as welding, mechanics, draTTing, carpenTry, and secreTarial work. We Teel cerTain ThaT a general educaTion wiTh emphasis on TundamenTals remains The besT meThod oT assisTing a sTudenT in The abiliTy To acliusT To changing condiTions. ln such a program, maThemaTics is considered a necessary Tool subiecT, and a review Tor all senior sTudenTs Taking vocaTional Training courses is being considered. Homemaking Tor The girls is sTressed as an essenTial parT oT The educa- Tional program. Hill, and Emma Jean Allison learn The arT of piano playing in a school course. JUNIOR BAND MEMBERS. BoTTom righT: Back row, SmiTh, McCann, KurTzg Second row, RhoTen, Baker, Lynch, BuTler, PorTer: FirsT row, Dunning, STringer, WalraTh, MiTchell, Hicks, Noakes. WH E FOUND The non-cerTiTicaTed employees oT The TaTT Union High School perTorming Their Tasks wiTh cheerTul eTTiciency in spiTe oT The engulTing clamor and Turmoil oT hurrying youTh. Those Twosomes and gangs ThaT Iounged on The cool green lawn under The Trees should give a ThoughT To The school's gardeners and The SuperinTendenT oT Buildings and Grounds, I-I. O. ElIioT. The sTreams oT sTudenTs poured sTeadily by The ATTend- ance OTTice where Mrs. Vivian WaThen answered ques- Tions and signed absence excuses. She and Miss Virginia Bailard and Eugene JohnsTon kepT The valuable aTTend- ance records and perTormed oTher manifold Tasks ThaT kepT our school TuncTioning .... The imporTanT people who were harassed wiTh all The Tinancial maTTers oT The school were The members oT The bookkeeping sTaTT-L. C. SuTliTT, Miss Mary PriesT, and Miss Annie Brown. Theirs was The WHAT WOULD WE DO WITHOUT THEM . . . ? LeT+ To righT: Miss Eva Wilson, secrefary To The disTricT superinTencIenTg Miss Thelma MaTTison, secre+ary To The iunior college clean: H. O. EIIioT, Z .. ccomlaanimenf HIGHER MATHEMATICS . . . SCHOOL SECRETARIES. Top picTure: Lucille Dirlam. Virginia S+one, AgaTha Wildharber. BOOKKEEPING STAFF. BoHom picTure: Back row, Fay CurTis, L. C. SuTIiT'Fg FirsT row, Miss Annie Brown, Miss Mary PriesT, Mrs. Ellen LaMarsna. responsibiliTy oT unTangling The somewhaT con- Tused accounTs oT The various school organi- zaTions aTTer The sTudenTs conscienTiously com- plicaTed Them .... IT is sad To Think whaT The condiTion ol: The school would have been if The secreTaries had noT been There. They were The oil ThaT kepT The school machinery running smooThIy. The Girls' League is especially in- debTed To Miss AgaTha Wildharber Tor her help in keeping Their records sTraighT. . . . As we look back on This school year, we realize how much is owed To These hard-work- ing employees. WiThouT Their valuable and cooperaTive assisTance our school would noT be The pleasanT one iT is, aIThough Their con- Tinuous labor is perhaps noT Tully appreciaTed by mosT sTudenTs. supervisor of buildings and grounds, Mrs. Vivian WaThen, aTTendance clerk. ERE'S a hand To The workers who kepT The school repaired and running so ThaT we could have The raTher dubious privilege oT aT- Tending school. We presenT Mrs. l-lelen RiTen- our, who has observed her TwenTy-TiTTh anni- versary oT serving hoT, wholesome lunches To The sTudenTs and Teachers oT TaTT l-ligh. She can give all inTeresTed young ladies Tips on whaT TooTball players like To eaT, as she had The honor oT cooking Tor TaTT's TirsT TooTball Team aT Lebec. She has been ably assisTed This year by a sTaTT oT culinary arTisTs .... We can also Thank The cusTodians who kepT our grounds looking nice, in spiTe oT our leaving so much Trash around. Thanks To Them we have clean schoolrooms and never lack Tor supplies .... The many sTudenTs who aTe Their breakTasTs while crossing The highway To caTch The yellow buses gave Thanks To The paTience and kind- ness oT The TransporTaTion deparTmenT, headed by Russell Johnson. ExTra curricular excursions were sharply curTailed This year. C'esT la guerre. THEY NEVER STOP . . . BUS DRIVERS. Top picTure: Back row, PlaTzek, Johnson, ClinTon, lv1onTigel, Barnes, Ternanq FirsT row, ColTrin, Williams, Snyder, ShugarT. CUSTODIANS. Third picTure: Back row, EosTer, Ger- vais, Finley, Olin, Williams, l-lifchcock, Casey: Second row, LoTT, Osburn, Fisher, Gallowayg EirsT row, Jordon, Basham, Turner, Jennings, Davis. CAEETERIA STAFF. Second picTure: Back row, Greg- ory, l-lilTon, l-larris, WhiTakerg FirsT row, Adams, RiTe- nour, Coker. BoTTorn picTure: The caTeTeria line is always well-Tilled wiTh hungry Teachers and sTudenTs, x . , I , -l 'H KN . fry f Q T - .7 my i-.f 9, ' ' -1 fy Q ' J r , I I ' T. 'f NI Jr' -- ia- -f H T is yin- ---- 'il-T b. i,-,i 1, .A rf ' A fly, 1' T' M i r lr-.g ff-ff i eg W . Y X if " 'TXH YA :fx ' wx- ,. ..i 1-yfr fffl 1 Xwxxiisg 51... 1 , ,A ,,,,,,,,,,z,:s:11f.,.e.EH.f T -Q--Q V Q -4 l - -1 -' ww, P sw, ,Miro , K, , 7 .L Higli School Page ll CONSECUTIVE FOURTI-IS GRADUATES - PENNANT SALES - JUNIORS - JUNIOR DANCE -SOPHOMORES-YELL KINGS - SOPHOMORE PARTY - I FRESHMAN BRAWL. URKING in The halls and in dark corners, seniors were wonT To pounce ouT upon unsuspecTing sTudenTs and hiss, "I-Iere's a hoT Tip. Buy a pompom or a beanie. They're win- ners, see?" Then wiTh a TurTive glance They would pop baclc inTo Their corners and go on lurking. All Their adverTising was noT so quieT, however, blood red signs screamed aT passers-by. The obiecT oT all This salesmanship were Two: To 9 . I ,af fu f Y- 4' ' ' QT 5 '-'ia ' ' f ' .ir 5 'n I It ' . Q is 1, .. .T il 4 1- 54. ff, T N. E-fi Q ..,i' 51 , ' af- 2. I -,f I, T' i. ii Z AbboTT Abel H. Agee W. Agee Baker BarreTT BarTon Beck sTimulaTe school spiriT in order Tha+ we mighT win The TaTT- Balcersfield games-which we did, and To earn enough money To buy a giTT-which we did. This campaign and all oTher class acTiviTies were moTivaTed by The senior com- miTTee and The class advisor, Miss Magdalene Nielson. The aToremenTioned individuals individually and coIlecTiveIy Tore Their hair and muTTered TreTTuIly over class acTiviTies which They were expecTed To, and did, supervise .... The 24C-odd seniors chose graduaTion announcemenTs and personal cards in preparaTion Tor The release Trom doing Time. In some cases graduaTion is merely a parole, higher educaTion sound- ing The TrumpeT call To pursuiT oT Icnowledge. In oTher cases The TrumpeT call is sounded by Uncle Sam. Civil Service exams provide The door Tor opporTuniTy To Iqnoclc on Tor many senior commercial sTudenTs. BETTYE ABBOTT . . . BOBBY ABEL, BasIceTbaII I. 2. 3. 41 Block T. 3, 4: Boys' OuTdoor club 47 FooTbaII 3, 43 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... MARGARET HELEN AGEE, Class secreTary 2, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee club I, 2, 3 .... WALTER WAYNE AGEE, Junior American Classical league, 3, 4: Tennis I, 3, 4 ..,. FLORENCE E. ALDRICH, Derrick secreTary 41 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee club 2, 3, secreTary-Treasurer 3, librarian 3: Girls' League CommiTTee Chairman 3, Girls' OuTdoor club 2: Gusher secreTary 4: I-Iome Room Rep. 4, Ushers 3, 4 .... TONY AROS, BasIceTbaIl 3, 4, PooTbaII 33 Forensics socieTy 4, presidenT 4: Golden Gloves 3, 4 .... DORCAS VIRGINIA ASBURY . . . LUCILLE BAILEY, Drum Corps 4: Masquers 41 Senior ScouTs 47 Service club 45 STaTe Typing conTesT 2, 3 .... JUNE ELAINE BAKER . . .JUNE ENID BAKER . . . LORRAINE BARRETT, Drum Corps 4, G.A.A. 43 Masquers 43 Service club 41 Senior ScouTs 4 .... EARL S. BARTON . . . THELMA LORRAINE BECK, Forensics socieTy I1 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, capTain I, 2, presidenT 4, sporTs manager 2: Junior American Classical league I, 2. .. . BRUCE L. BENNETT, BasIceTI:JaIl 2, 3, Boys' OuTdoor club I, 2, 3, 4: I3ooTbalI 2, 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 4: MeTaI Workers' club 2 .... DOROTHEA BENNETT, G.A.A. I7 Girls' Glee club 31 Girl Reserves Ig Girls' Serv- ice club 2 .... EDWIN W. BENNETT, BasIreTbalI 4: Block T, 2, 3, 43 Boys' FederaTion presidenT 4, Co-ordinaTinq Council 4: FooTbaII I, 2, 3, 47 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... MARILYN BIRD, Girls' Glee club 2, 31 Junior American Classical league I, 2, OrcI'1esTra I, 2, 3, 47 Tennis I, 2. . . .1 ANNELL BLACK, ArT club I, 2, 3, 45 Junior American Classical league 2, 3. Aldrich Aros Asbury Bailey Baker B. BenneTT D. BenneTI' E. Benne'rT Bird B acl: Blair Bullard Cole Dales Dubbers Boliver Bowling Bowman Brandon Brannan Bromley E. Brown BurdeH'e Bush Callnoun Carfer Chappell Chrisfy Coker Collier Conanf Conners Conrad Cooper Cronin Curfis Dana Daniel Dean Decker Derden Devers Driscoll KENNETH Baskelball ERNEST BLAIR, Ad Board 3, Arl club I, 4, Block T. 4, Class Ireasurcr 2, vice presi- dem' 3, Foorball 3, 4, Junior American Classical league 2, 3, Melal Workers' club I, Track 4 .... RICHARD BOLIVER . . . JUNE ELIZABETH BOWLING, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior American Classical league 4, Uslwers 3. . . . PHYLLIS BOWMAN, Girls' Glee club 2, Ushers 4. . . . CAROLINE BRANDON, Class vice presidenl 2, Girls' Gle e club 2, Girls' League Iirsl vice presidenl 2. . . . MARY MARIE BRANNAN . . . BILLY BROMLEY, Baskelball BROWN Ad Board Baskelball C,S,F. 3: 2, 3, Pres Band 2, 4, Golden Gloves 3, 4 .... ELZENA V. . . . GILBERT BROWN . . . JIM BULLARD, 3, A.S.B. business manager 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, 2, 3, 4, Block T. 2, 3, 4, Class presideni' 3, 4, Foolbal 3, Junior American Classical league ideri+'s club 3 .... PRESTON BURDETTE, 3, 4, Junior AAmerican Classical league 2, Track manager I, 2, 3 .... INAMAY BUSH, Drum Corps 4, Junior American Classical league I, Sewing club. EUGENE CALHOUN . . . THEOLA DONNA CARTER. CHAPPEL American Band 2, 3 4, Track 2 COLBERT COLLIER, Ialive 3. 3, 4, Clas ensics soc Band 2, 3, 4, secrelary 4 .... LORENE L, Class vice presidenf 2, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Junior 4 Baseball 3 Baskelball 3 Boys Glee Club JOHN R COKER ARTHUR R JUNE COLE DOROTHY MAE Ad Board 4, G.A.A. 4 Home Room Represen . . . DAVID GEORGE CONANT, Baskelbal s vice presidenl 3, 4, Foolball I, 2, 3, 4, For- i Ty 4, Swimming 4 .... BOB CONNERS, Classical league 2, 3 .... L. D. CHRISTY, e Block T. 3, 4, C.S.F. I, 2, Junior American Classical league I, 2, 4, Track manager I, 2, 3 ..., MAURICE EMERSON CONRAD, Foolball 4 . . . PATRICIA LOR- RAINE COOPER, G.A.A. 4 . . . MARY CRONIN, Girls' Ouldoor club 4, Gusher 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Counfy Champion 2, 3. . . . HORTENSE CURTIS, G.A.A, 4, Girls' Glee club 2, Junior American Classical league 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4 .... JOHN H. DALE, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Baskelball 4, Track 3, 4 .... ROLAND DALES, Junior American Classical league 2, 3. . , . VIRGINIA MARIE DANA, Girls' Group Guidance 4, Guslwer 3, 4, Girls' Ouldoor club 2 .... RABORNE W. DANIEL, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' Ouldoor club 3, 4, Forensics sociely 4. . . . BETTY DEAN, C.S.F. 2, 3 ,Derrick 3, Girls' Glee club I, Junior American Classical league 2, 3, Piaerian sociery 3, Senior Scouis 2, 3, publicily manager 3, Serv- ice club 4 .... PEARL DECKER, Class secrelary 4, C.S.F. I, 2, Derrick 3, 4, edilor 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Ireasurer 4, Girl Reserves 4, Ouil and Scroll 3, 4, Senior Girl Scouls 2, 3, 4, secrelary 4, Ushers 3. . . . EULAGENE DERDEN, Arr club 3, 4. . . . FRANCES PATRICIA DEVERS, Forensics sociely I, G.A.A. 2, GusI1er 3, 4, Piaerian sociely 3 .... VIRGINIA DRISCOLL, C.S.F. 3, 4 .... MARY DRULIARD, Piaerian sociely 4 .... ROBERT DUBBERS, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Block T. 4, Boys' Federalion vice-presidenl 4, presidenl 4, Boys' Ouldoor club I, 2, 3, 4, Foolball 3, 4, Guslnerd arl edilor 4, Swimming 3 .... ROWENA DUFFIELD, Der- rick Secrelary 4, Forensics sociely 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee club 2, 4, Goll I, Guslwer secrelary 4. and Mary Grace Silcox. CAP AND GOWN . . . Leff picfure: Senior girls meer in fhe audiforium Io choose Ilia D. A. R. represenfafive. Righf picfure: Angela Noakes and Vivian Howes, senior class members, sell Tafi Hi pen- nan+s +o Barbara Jean Sclmoor High School Page 15 G. Brown Colberr Dale Druliard Duffield ROSS M. EAVES, Baskelball I, 37 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 .,.. JAMES EGGERT, Foolball 2, 37 Service Renderers' club 3, 47 Track I .... JAMES ELLIS . . . WILMA ENGLEDOW, Girls' Glee club 4 .... CLARISSA JEAN EVANS, Ari club 47 C.S.F. I, 2, 3, 47 Derrick 3, 4, edilor 4, organizalions edilor 47 Forensics sociely 47 G.A.A. 47 Girls' Glee club 47 Girls' League commiilee chairman 47 Junior American Classical league I7 Junior Girls' Glee club 47 Usher 4 ,.., MARY DE PAUL FEDEWA, Forensics sociely 37 Tennis 2 .... WERNER FIELD, Band 4 .... LELAND FRAZIER, Melal Workers' club I, 2, 3 .... FRED FREY, C.S.F. 47 Foolball 2, 3, 4 ..., LORRAIN GAITHER, Drum Corps 3 .... MARTHA GAMMON, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 47 Girls' Glee club I, 2, 3 .... JACK GARRATT . . . JACQUELIN GARRETSON, Gusher 4 .... JAMES GARRETSON . . . CHARLES R. GENTRY, Band I, 2, 3, 47 Boys' Oufdoor club 2, 37 Swimming 37 Track I, 2, 3 .... PETE GIANOPULOS, Baskelball 2, 3, 47 Foolball 47 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... PAUL GIBSON, Foolball 3, 47 Track 3, 4 .... GENE GLENDENING, Band I, 2, 3, 47 Baskeiball 2, 3, 47 Qrcheslra 47 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... RUTH GODBEY, Class presidenl 37 Girls' Glee club 3, 4, secrelary- Treasurer 47 Girls' League commillee chairman 37 Girl Reserves 47 Junior American Classical league I, 27 Presidenls' club 37 Ushers 3 .... MARION FRANCES GORDON, Forensics sociely I7 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, caplain I, 2, 3, 47 Junior American Classical league I, 2 .... JOHN P. GRAHAM, Baskelball 47 Boys' Ouldoor club 47 C.S.F. 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4 .,.. BETTY LEIGH GRAUE . . . DOYLE E. GRAY, Band 2, 3, 47 Boys' Quldoor club 37 Orcheslra 47 Service Renderers club 37 Swimming 3, 47 Track 3, 4 .... WALLACE GREEN, Baskelball 2, 3, 47 Foolball 37 Qrcheslra I, 2, 37 Track 3, 4 .... BLAINE STEPHENS GUTHRIE . . . HELEN HALL . . . LESTER HANEY, Baseball I, 2, 3, 47 Baskelball I, 2, 3, 47 Block T I, 2, 3, 47 Foolball I, 2, 3, 47 A.S.B. presidenl' 4 .... GEORGE S. HANNAH, Black T 2, 3, 47 C.S.F. 2, 3, Ireasurer 37 Junior American Classical league 2, 37 Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 47 Senior commiHee7 Track 2, 3, 4 .... A. LEON HAIR, Track I, 2, 4 .... BILL HARNESS, Block T 2, 3, 47 Class presidenl I7 Class vice-presidenl 27 C.S.F. 27 Foolball 27 I-'Ii-Y 37 Melal Workers' club 27 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... BETTY HAYES, ACI Board I7 Junior American Classical league I, 2, 3, 4, secrelary 47 Piaerian sociely 3 .... BILL HEASLEY, Baseball 2, 3, 47 Baskeiball 47 Block T 2, 3, 47 Foolball I, 2, 3, 4 .... DARRELL D. HENDERSON, Baskelball 2, 3,41 Black T 47 Fooiball 2, 3, 47 Forensics sociely 47 Junior American Classical league I, 27 Prom commillee 37 Track 2, 4 .... JUANITA JUNE HICKERSON, Junior American Classical league I .,.. KENNETH HITCHCOCK . . .JOE HOFF, Band I, 2, 47 Baskelball I, 2, 3, 47 Block T 3, 47 Fooiball 2, 37 Indoor I, 2, 37 Track 2 .... HELEN LORRAINE HOFFMAN, Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4. . . . ELSIE LOUISE HOLT, C.S.F. I, 2, 3, 47 Piaerian sociely 4 .... VERNON EMERSON HOWES, Block T 47 Fooiball 47 Melal Workersl club 27 Qrcheslra I, 2, 4, concerl masler 47 Tennis 37 Track 2, 4 .... VIVIAN ELLEN HOWES, C.S.F. 2, 3, 47 Derrick 2, 3, 4, arl edilor I, edilor 3, execulive edilor 47 Forensics socieiy 47 G.A.A. I7 Gusher 4, exchange edilor 47 Junior American Classical league I, 27 Presidenls' club 37 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, secrelary 3, presideni 47 Senior commilfee, chairman7 Senior Girl Scouls I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, vice- presidenl' 47 Ushers 2 .... EMOGENE HUTCHESON . . . PAUL INGRAHAM, Junior American Classical league 3, 47 Track 4 .... KEN ISHIKAWA, Block T 3, 47 C.S.F. 2, 37 Junior American Classical league 47 Track 2, 3, 4 .... DOUGLAS JACKSON, Boys' Glee club I, 27 Forensics Sociely 4 .... CHARLES E. JEFFRESS, Pholography 2, 3 .... ARLYCE JOHNSON, Chrislmas Ball chair- man 37 G.A.A. 47 Junior American Classical league I, 27 Senior commillee 4. . . . ARTHUR JOHNSON, Fooiball 27 Service Renderers' club 3, 4 .... BEN JOHNSTON . . , CARLOS JOHNSON JR., Ad Board I7 Baseball I, 2, 3, 47 Baskefball I, 2, 3, 47 Foolball I, 2, 37 Forensics sociely I7 I-Ii-Y 4 .... VIRGINIA JOHNSON . . . JACQUELINE JUNE JOHNSTON, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 47 Girls' Glee club I, 2, 3, 4, presidenl 47 Gusher 47 Senior Scouls 2, 3 .... JUANITA JORDAN, Drub Corps I7 Girls' League 2nd vice- presidenl .... BEVERLY MAE KEENE, C.S.F. 2, 37 Forensics sociery I, 4, secrelary 47 G.A.A. I, 2, 37 Girls' League commiilee chairman 37 Gusher 4, cily edilor 47 Piaerian sociely 3, 4, presidenl 4, secrelary 37 Qrcheslra I, 2, 37 Quill and Scroll 47 Senior Scouis I .... NORMA MAE KEITH, Girls' Quldoor club 27 Junior American Classical league 2, 37 Junior Red Cross 3. . . . ANITA FLORENCE KILI . . . LUCILE KIRWAN, C.S.F. 3, 47 G.A.A. 47 Girls' Glee club 47 Girl Reserves 47 Junior American Classical league I, 2, 37 Piaerian sociely 3, 4, presidenl' 47 Presidenls' club 37 Senior commiI+ee7 Senior Scouls 2, 3, 4, presideni 3, vice-presidenl 2, Ireasurer 4 .... RAYMOND WAYNE KITE, Boys' Ouldoor club 2, 37 Foolball 2, 3, 47 Service Renderers' club 27 Track 3, 4 .... MARY LUCRETIA KLIEWER, Arl' club I, 2, 3, 4, presidenl 37 Derrick 3, 4, arl edilor 47 Girls' Ouidoor club 27 Presidenls' club 37 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, secrelary-Treasurer 4 .... EDDIE KOLAR . . . MIYOCO KUWAHARA, Ad Board secrelary 47 Coordinaling Council 47 G.A.A. 47 Girls' Glee club Ii Girls' League secrelary 3, Isl vice-presidenl 3 .... CASSEY ORAN LANDON, Boys' Quldoor club I7 Forensics sociely 47 Junior American Classical league 37 Melal Workers' club 37 Librarian 37 Orcheslra I, 2 .... ALBERT LARSEN, Ad Board 3, 47 Boys' Ouldoor club 27 Foolball 47 Track 2 .... EDDIE LAVELLE, Baskelball I, 2, 3, 47 Golden Gloves I, 27 Melal Workers' club I, 2, 37 Swimming 2, 3, 4 .,.. STUART LAW, Baskelball 3, 47 Block T 47 Foolball I, 2, 3, 47 I-Ii-Y 47 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... CHARLES LeCOUNT, Baskelball 3, 47 Foolball 2, 3, 47 Track 3 .... EDWIN GEORGE Le VALLEY, Band 2, 3, 4, vice-presiclenl' 47 Boys' Glee club 4, presidenl 47 I-Ii-Y 3, 47 Orchesira 2, 3, 4 .... BERT H. LINCOLN, Baskefball 3, 47 Block T 2, 3, 47 Class presidenl 47 Tennis I, 2, 3, 4. . . . JACK LITTLE . . . NANCY LOCKARD , . . WARREN LYNCH, Foorball 27 Melal Workers' club I7 Track 3, 4 ,... MILDRED MACE . . . CHARLES DON MADSON, Boys' Ouldoor club I, 2, 3, 47 Foolball 27 Swimming 3, 4 ,... EDDIE MALM, Baseball 2, 3, 4 .... MARY MCANALLY, Band 3, 47 G.A.A. 4 .... BARBARA JEAN McCARTY, Drum Corps I, 2, 3 .... CALVIN McCARVER, Fooiball 27 Melal Workers' club I, 27 Service Renclerers' club 37 Swimming 2. . . . MARGIE EILEEN MCCORMACK . . . RALPH McCLEARY . . . WILLIAM H. MCGURTY, Baskelball 3, 47 Block T 3, 4, presidenl 47 Boys' Ouidoor club 2, 3, 47 C.S.F. presidenl 37 Foolball 47 Hi-Y 3, 47 Junior American Classical league I, 27 Presidenls' club 3, 47 Swimming 2, 37 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... BETTY MCLAUGHLIN, A Capella choir 47 Girls' League Ireasurer 37 Junior American Classical league 2, 37 Orchesira 2, 3, 4 .... JUNE MGCLENNAN, Derrick 47 Forensics sociely 37 G.A.A. 3, 47 Girls' Glee club I, 2, 37 Gusher 4 .... PATRICIA RUTH MILLER, Girls' Glee club 3 .... DOROTHY ELLEN MOORE, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 47 Girls' League commillee chairman 3 .... MARJORIE JO MORRIS, G.A.A. I. 2, 3, 4, Caplain I, 27 Home Room Represenlalive I, 2, 3. . . . VIRGINIA MORRIS, Girls' Glee club I, 2, 47 G.A.A. 3, 47 Girls' Quldoor cub 27 Girl Reserves 47 Orcheslra I, Treasurer I .... LAWRENCE MOSHER, Ari club I, 2, 3, 47 Derrick 3, 4 .... BARBARA J. MULROY, Boys' Glee accom- panisl, secreiary 47 C.S,F. I, 2, 37 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 47 Girls' League commillee chairman 27 Piaerian sociely 3, 4, secrelary 47 Senior Scouls I, 27 Tennis I, 3, 4. . . . ROBERT NIEBEL . . . ANGELA MARGARET NOAKES, Class presidenl Ii C.S.F. I, 27 D.A.R. represen+aIive7 Derrick assislanl copy edilor 47 G.A.A. I, 2, secrelary 27 Girls' League presidenl 4, Isl vice-presidenl 37 Orcheslra 3, 4, Ireasurer 37 Presidenls' club 37 Quill and Scroll 47 Ushers 2, 3, head usher 37 Co-ordinaring Council 4 .... BESSIE MAE NOBLE . . . DELBERT OSBORNE, Eaves Egger+ Ellis Engledow Evans Fedewa Field Frazier Frey Gai+I1er Gammon GarraH' Garrefson Garre+son Genlry Gianopulos Gibson Glendemng Goclbey Gordon Graham Graue Gray Green Gu+I1rie Hall Haney Hannah Hair Harness Hayes Heasley Henderson Hickerson Hoffman Howes Howes HoH Hufcheson lngraham Ishikawa A. Johnson A. Johnson B. Johnson C.Johnson V.Johnson Johns+on Jordan Kili Kirwan Ki+e Kliewer Kolar Kuwahara Landon Law LeCoun+ LeValley Lincoln LiHle Lockard Lynch Malm McAnaIIy McCar+y McCarver McCormack McCleary McGur+y Miller Moore M. Morris V. Morris Mosher Mulroy Niebel Hifchcock Jackson Keene Larsen Mace McLaughlin Noakes eife oing fo olhcwe mu ow Hoff Jeffress Kei+h Lavelle Madson MacLennen Noble High School Page 15 Osborne O1-+o Pond Price Rider Robbins Schnoor E. ScoH Sinquefield Sipes Sfringer Slussy E. Thomas H. Thomas Oxford Rader Robey V. Scoif G. Smifh Surfluh Thompson Parcel Raley Rockwell J. Scolf R. Smifh Surfluh Thorn+on PaHerson Reed Roe Shelburne Spahr Talies Tibbef ang l1fMfAouf mr 6 High, School page I6 Peckham Pelersen Pirlcle Reid Reneau Richard Rogers Schasleen Schimandle Shipley Shively Shorb Slalcup Sfipp Sfonelcing Teague Teel Terry Townsend Turner Van Conkelberge Plalzelx Richey SchmiH Shore Siofls A. Thomas Vanden Bosch Vaughn Vickers Vincenl Vlasnik Wagner Waldie Walker Walralh. Wallers B Ward D. Ward Walls Weaver Webber Weiss Whifaker While Whipple Whiflock Widen Wilder Wodarz Wood D. Wrighl' I. Wrighf R. Wrighl' Devine Baseball I, 2, 3, 43 Foolball I .... HELEN G. OTTO, C.S.F. I, 23 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Junior American Classical league I, 23 Piaerian sociely 3, 43 Senior Scouis I, 2, ...GENE OXFORD, Ad Board 3, 43 A.S.B. vice-presidenf 43 Baskeiball I, 2, 3, 43 Block T 3, 43 Class presideni I, 2, 33 Co-ordinaiing Council 43 Foolball I, 2, 3, 4, caplain 33 Presidenis' club 33 Indoor I, 2, 3, 4 .... BARBARA ANN PARCEL, Ari club 43 Derrick Ari' siafi 43 Derrick sales manager 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Playday chairman 43 Junior Red Cross: Piaerian sociely I, 2, 3, 4 .... DAVID PATTERSON, Baskelball 2, 3, 43 Block T 3, 43 Melal Workers' club 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 4 ..., HARRY SCHARDIN PECKHAM, C.S.F. 2, 33 Meial Workers' club 2: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 43 Junior American Classical league I, 2 .... CHARLOTTE LORRAINE PETERSEN . . . REX PIRKLE, Baskeiball 3, 43 Block T 3, 43 Fooiball 3, 43 I-li-Y 3, 4, chaplain 43 Track I, 2, 3, 4 ..,. HAROLD MAX PLATZEK, Ad Board 43 Baskelball 3, 43 Block T 2, 3, 4, vice-presidenf 33 Class presidenl' 33 vice-presidenl 23 Foolball I, 2, 3, 4, caplain 43 Presidenis' club 33 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... JEANNE POND . . . BARBARA PRICE, Drum Corps I3 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4 .... LENA MAXINE RADER . . . MARJORIE RALEY, G.A.A. I, 23 Girls' Glee club I, 3, 43 Home Room Rep. 3 ,... MAX REED . . . H. G. REID, Ad Board I3 Baskelball 2, 3, 43 Class secrelary I3 Derrick 2, 3, phoiograph ediior 33 Forensics sociely 3, 43 Gusher 3, 4, pholographer 3, 43 I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3 .... SYLVIA MARIE RENEAU, Forensics socieiy 33 G.A.A. 43 Girls' Glee club I3 Girls' League commiiiee chairman 4 .... JIM RICHARD, Block T 3, 43 Foolball I, 3, 43 Melal Workers' club 43 Service Renderers club 33 Swimming I, 2, 3, 43 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... BETTY RICHEY, Forensics sociefy 3, 4. . . . NORMA JEAN RIDER, C.S.F. 23 Girls' Glee club 43 Junior American Classical league 2, 3, 43 Senior Scouls 2, 3, 4, presidenl 4 .... DIMPLE ROBBINS, Drum Corps 3 .... DOUGLAS ROBEY . . . MURRY ROCKWELL, Baskefball I, 2, 3, 43 Block T I, 2, 3, 43 Foolball I, 2, 3, 43 Service Renderers' club I, 2, 33 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... PAUL ROE . . .EARL ROGERS, Baseball 43 Baskeiball I, 2, 3, 43 BIoBk T 2, 3, 43 Fooiball 3, 43 Junior American Classical league I, 2, 33 Track 2, 3 .... GERALDINE SCHASTEEN, Drum Corps 3, 43 Forensics sociely 23 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee club 23 Girls' Reserves I, 2 .... FRANK J. SCHIMANDLE, Indoor I, 33 Baskeiball I, 2, 3, 4, caplain 33 Block T I, 2, 3, 43 Foofball I, 2, 3, 43 Golf 3, 43 Swimming 23 Track 2 .... ROBERT SCHMITT, Band 3, 43 Block T 3, 43 Melal Workers' club I, 23 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... DONALD H. SCNOOR, Swimming 2, 3, 4 .... EUGENE SCOTT, C.S.F. I, 2, 3, 4i Junior American Classical league 2, 33 Orchesfra I, 2, 3, 4, presidenl 4 .... GLADYS VIRGINIA SCOTT, Forensics socieiy 43 G.A.A. 43 Gusher 3, 43 Masquers 4. . . .JOHN SCOTT . . . ALINE SHELBURNE, Girls Ouidoor club 2. . . . OTIS SHIPLEY . . . ALVETA SHIVELY, Girls' Glee club 3, 43 Junior American Classical league I, 2, 3 .... MARJORIE ILENE SHORB . . . JOHN SHORE, Ad Board presideni 43 Band I, 2, 3, 4, presideni 33 Block T 2, 3, 4, vice- I, 43 A.S.B. presideni 33 Class preside-ni 23 secre'I'ary 33 Co-ordinafing Council 43 Foolball 33 Junior American Classical league 33 presidenls' club 33 Track 2, 3 .,.. BETTY SINQUEFIELD, C.S.F. 33 Derrick, adveriising manager 43 Piaerian socieiy 33 Senior Scouis I, 2, 3, 4, lreasurer 3 .... HAROLD E. SIPES . . . GURNICE R. SMITH, Band 2, 3, 43 Melal Workers' club I3 Orcheslra 3, 4 .... RALPH SMITH, Ad Board 43 A.S.B. business manager 43 Baskelball I, 2, 3, 43 Black T 2, 3, 'Ii Class vice-presidenl 23 C.S.F. 2, 3, vice-presidenl 33 Foolball I, 2, 33 Swimming 23 Tennis 43 Track I .... HELEN VIRGINIA SPAHR . . . ORAN H. STALCUP, Boxing I, 2, 43 Boys' Ouidoor club I, 23 Swimming 2 .... RICHARD STIPP . . . MARY STONEKING . . . GWENDOLYN STOTTS, G.A.A. 43 Junior American Classical league 2, 3, 4, presideni 43 Senior Scouls I, 2, 3, 4, Ireasurer 3 .... MARTHA JO STRINGER, Ari club 43 Band 4i G.A.A. 4 .... MARION GLORETTA STUSSY, G.A.A. 43 Girls' Glee club I, 2 .... JEANNE SURFLUH. Class vice-presidenf 23 G.A.A. 33 Girls' league secreiary 43 Girls' league com- miilee chairman 33 Girls' league presidenl 43 Presidenls' club 23 Prom commiliee 33 Senior Girl Scouis 2, 3, 4, presideni 2, Ireasurer 33 Song leader 3 .... JOANNE SURFLUH, Chrislmas Ball chairman 43 Class secrelary 23 G.A.A. 33 Girls' League commillee chairman 33 Girs' league Isi vice-presidenl 43 Presidenls' club 23 Prom Commillee 33 Senior Scouls 2, 3, presideni' 23 Song leader 3 .,.. MURIEL LUCILLE TATJES, Girls' Glee club 23 Orchesira I, 2, 3, 4 .... BEECHER TEAGUE . . . BARBARA JEAN TEEL . . . JIM TERRY, Ad Board 2, 3: A.S.B. business manager 33 Block T 2, 3, 43 Class presicleni I, 2, vice-presidenl 33 Track 2, 3, 4 .... AGNES THOMAS, Girls' Glee club I, 3, 4, business manager 43 Junior Red Cross I .... EMORY THOMAS, Class secreiary 33 C.S.F. 3, 43 Fooiball 33 Junior American Classical league I, 2, 3 .... HAZEL M. THOMAS, Band 2, 43 C.S.F. I, 2, 33 Forensics socieiy 43 Junior Red Cross business manager 3i Service club 4 .... MARTHA THOMPSON . . . RUTH THORNTON, Girls' Glee club I, 2, 4 .... BETTY TIBBET, Drum Corps 2, 33 Forensics socieiy 33 G.A.A. 3, 43 Girls' Glee club 43 Yell leader 3 .... FRED TOWNSEND . . . DOROTHY JANE TURNER, C.S.F. 33 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 33 Piaerian sociely 3, 43 Senior Scouls 3, 4. . . . GEORGE VAN CONKELBERGE, Baskelball 43 Foolball I3 Golden Gloves 2, 3, 43 Indoor I, 2, 3, 43 Meial Workers' club I, 23 Service Renderers' club 3 .... BETTY VANDEN BOSCH, C.S.F. 2, 33 Forensics socieiy 43 Gusher assislanf exchange ediior 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Usher 3, 4, Head Usher 4 .... CHARLES VAUGHN . . . JANE VICKERS, G.A.A. 4. , . . NORMAN VINCENT, Band 43 Baskeiball 23 Block T 3, 43 Fooiball I3 Swimming 2, 3, 4 .... VIRGINIA E. VLASNIK, Band Ii Forensics Socieiy 33 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Junior American Classical league I, 23 Prom chairman 3 .... ROBERT C. WAGNER, Baseball 2, 4 .... JOHN WALDIE, Baskelball 43 Fooiball 43 Golden Gloves 3, 43 Meial Workers' club 23 Swimming 33 Track 4 ,... VIOLA LOUISE WALKER, Ari club I, 2, 3, 4 .... RAYMOND B. WALRATH, Baskeiball 43 Foolball 43 Track 3, 4 .... MARTIN C. WALTERS, Forensics socieiy 33 I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Melal Workers' club 2, 33 Track I, 2, 3 .... WILLIAM O. WARD . . . DWIGHT WARD . . , LEROY A. WATTS, Baskeiball I, 23 Block T 3, 43 Fooiball I, 2, 3, 4, capiain 43 Melal Workers' club I, 23 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... RUTH J. WEAVER, Derrick 33 Forensics sociely 3 3G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Girls' League publicily manager 33 Girls' Ouidoor club 23 Gusher 3, 43 Junior American Classical league I, 2, 3, 43 Piaerian sociely 43 Senior Scouls 3 .... BARBARA WEBBER . . . BURRIE E. WEISS, Band 2, 3, 4, presideni 43 Class ireasurer 23 I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Orchesira 3. 4 ,... MARGARET FRANCES WHITAKER, Ari club I, 2, 3, 41 Derrick 33 Girls' Ouidoor club I, 2 .... ANNABELLE WHITE . . . SHIRLEY WHIPPLE, G.A.A. 23 Girls' Ouldoor club 23 Gusher 3 .... FLORENCE WHITLOCK, Class 'rreasurer 23 Forensics sociely 43 Girls' Glee club I, 2. . . . VIRGINIA EVANGELINE WIDEN, C.S.F. I, 2. 3i G.A.A. I, 43 Gusher I, 2, 3, 4, exchange edilor 3, 4, high school edilor 3, execufive edilor 43 Presidenls' club 33 Quill and Scroll 3. 4, presidenl 4 .,.. BILLIE LEE WILDER, Girls Glee club I, 2, 3, vice-presideni 3 .... VELMA WODARZ, Derrick, senior edilor 43 Forensics socieiy 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Gym Jam chairman 43 Piaerian sociely 3, 4, presidenl 4, secreiary 33 Presidenis' club 33 Prom commiliee 33 Quill and Scroll 43 Senior Scouis I, 2, Ireasurer I .... NOMA MARGUERITE WOOD, Forensics socieiy 43 Girls' Glee club I, 2, 3, 4, presideni 4, secrelary-Treasurer 2, vice-presideni 3, 43 Masquers 3, 43 Orchesira 4 .... DAVID WRIGHT, Baseball I3 Baskeiball 2, 3, 43 Block T 3, 4, Sergeanl-al-Arms 43 Class presiclenl I3 Derrick Ii Foolball 43 Track 2, 3, 4 .... IDA ELEANCRE WRIGHT, Girls' Glee club I .... RAY E. WRIGHT, Ad Board 23 Boys' Ouldoor club 2, 3, 43 Fooiball I, 2, 3, 43 I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Junior American Classical league 2, 3, 43 Track I, 2, 3, 4 .... BILL DEVINE, Baseball 3, 43 Baskelball 3, 43 Hi-Y 4. rowing 0 cl JUNIOR HOMEROOM. Top picTure: Back row, Wegis, STave, Mondell, Elder, Cruzan, Kurvink, Spurlin, Cone: FiTTh row, LiTTlejohn, Nikkel, Cook, Townsend, Reed, Binkley, Nel- son: FourTh row, SmiTh, Wilson, KeeTer, BorgsdorT, Nikkel, Newby, Pierson: Third row. Lance, Dubourdieu: Boyd, Kerr, Mclladdin, WhiTe, KurTz: Sec- ond row, Curran, Teague, Gal- braiTh, Haynes, Finley, HunT, Lingo, Cline: FirsT row, Kocher, Shields, Johnson, Swan, Gade, WrighT, Kliewer. BoTTom picTure: Oran Burgess, Barbara Ewy, KenneTh Sunder- land, George Burleson, and Henry Campuzano give yo-yos To dance parTners. They became acquainTed. SpiriTedly launching a round OT acTiviTy, The class oT '43 had a gay and busy year on The campus. Junior Day was The TirsT big evenT on The calendar, when boys and girls of This class gaThered in a special rooTing secTion To wiTness The CompTon game and To Try To capTure The prize Tor The loudesT and bes+ cheering. ATTer The game iive-eager iuniors celebraTed wiTh The resT oT The school aT a dance in The gym. Under The spell of perennial spring Tever, They Trolicked TorTh one May evening To Their annual iunior-senior prom, aT which They really ouTdid Themselves. HE high-spiriTed iuniors Trolicked gaily inTo Their Third year aT TaTT, and wiTh Two years oT experi- ence behind Them, Took over The campus Tor a year oT Tun and work lighTened by an occasional parTy. The ringleaders oT This energeTic class were The presidenT, George Cameron: The vice-presidenT, Dick Dykes, The secreTary-Treasurer, Wayne STum- baugh: and The yell leaders, Theresa Valenrine and Lily Shipman. The TirsT Thing a newcomer To TaTT High Tound was The smiling Tace oT a iunior righT aT his elbow, Tor These enTerprising classmen Took upon Themselves The job oT piloTing sTrangers around unTil HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN . . . JUNlOR HOMEROOM. Back row, STevens, Brown, Spangle, POTT, Ladd, Lopp, Mason, Prior, ATwell, Dykes: Sixth row, WaTTs, Campuzano, Bridges, Maxwell, Cagle, SmiTh, Kenyon, Halverson: FiTTh row, Weaver, Hall, Carmical, Mock, Walsh, Thompson, Freeman, Halverson: FourTh row, Burleson, Page, Snyder, Piemme, RUTT, STumbaugh, Peeples: Third row, SelT, McLucas, Sanders, Cearley, WrighT, Eppley, .-,vi g Brooks: Second row, Penn, Shipman, STuTchman, Brown, Lough, Reed, Rowe: FirsT row, lke, 2 - Nakahara, lvlclnTyre, Van Conkleberge, ETzweiler, KirlcpaTriclc. 1 I. I 'f f l if! X X ' 'Z 1, l ihzly' i f T 'l S ,I 5 ' S in ' 1 ,, ,1 Vg al 1- :LJ i 'T is f 'R ff if K wiv I 1?fLf i ZW THEY KEEP ON COMING . . . LOWER-LIKE girls in pasTel spring Tor- mals danced wiTh Their escorTs in a blos- som-bedecked gym To The music oT Lau- rence RiTTer's RhyThm-Rascals. An amaTeur band-leading conTesT supplied The promen- aders wiTh laughs during The inTermission The boys in The iunior class were iusTly proud OT The Tame many oT Their number achieved on The aThleTic Tield This year, Tor several valuable heavyweighT TooTball play- ers were iuniors. Leading The lisT, oT course, was Jimmie Snyder, Tullback, who won The "mosT valuable player" award and who was given a gold wrisT waTch by Reader's Jewelers Tor his brillianT playing. Able helpers, wiThouT whom Jimmy could never have done so well, were Dick Dykes, righT end: Don Thompson, righT guard, who was elecTed capTain oT nexT year's Team: Eu- gene PlaTzek, guard: Jim Richards, anoTher guard: and Richard Odell and Leroy Cagle, Tackles. The iuniors are proud oT all ThaT They have accomplished and look Torwarcl eagerly To being The "big shoTs" oT TaTT l"ligh. NEXT YEAR lT'S OVER THE TOP . . . JUNIOR HOMEROOMS. Top picTure: Back row, Sherlock, Madison, Colvin, Gray, Gill, Abel, Thomas: SevenTh row, PiTcock, TiTley, Oxiford, Fredricks, Walker, WoosTer, Lyon: Six+h row, Col- son, UsTick, Winslow, STokes, Riddle, Raines, Fred- ricks, WhiTe, Penn: FiTTh row, l-leTTon, ShugarT, Whimpey, Miller, Kruger, STringTellow, Thomas, WhiTley, Carr: FourTh row, Eubanks, Gabriel, STan- Tield, SaTTell, DePew, Rader, Myers, CvaiTher, SchmidT: Third row, Vaughn, MiTchell, GummulT, Willis, ValenTine, GaTes, Koogan, Vaughan, Kirwan: Second row, RockholT, Lee, Galainena, Pearl, Lewis, Archibald, Townsend, Richardson: FirsT row, Up- Ton, lTo, HaliburTon, Jorgensen, Leslie, Dancy, Ingram, Carl. YIPES, MORE YO-YOS . . . l Jim Snyder, Flora Palle'H', and Laverne Johnson demonsfrafe ThaT They are iuniors because of Their Tacilify wi+h yo-yos. T RUNNER-UPS . . . JUNIOR HOMEROOMS. CenTer picTure, Back row, Walsh, Tullis, Darbyshire, STraunch, Tebain. Rogers, Odell: FiTTh row, G. Hall, PIa+zek, John- son, D. l-lall, McNeil, Vineyard, Nash: FourTh row, Miss STevens, Cooper, Brown, Doyle, Frazier, Williams, Waldie: Third row, BarreTT, ClinTon, Crabb, SmiTh, Muriama, Silcox: Second row, SmiTh, Black, Rodman, Brown, Price, STonehocker, Schnoor: FirsT row, CurTis, Conrad, Jordan, Hake, Philips, LayTield, Beard. Above picTure: Back row, Jackson, Schorb, PeTers, Bludsoe, FriTzy, Powell, Black: FourTh row, Evans, Sasseen, SmiTh, l-lendrix, Faughn, SpiTTler, Bran- ham: Third row, Phillips, Casparis, Robey, CarTer, Larsen, McCarley, STevens: Second row, Trogden, Lepper, Fowler, Gianopolus, Dodini, McCleary, LaBruT, Howell: FirsT row, Allison, Skinner, Mc- Anally, l-lagey, Harris, ComerTord, FreTwell. High. School Page 19 1......J . f i., 4 ,- Y, T Q H7 ' .I2i' QM: 1 - . , I f c X, ,F ll T -L' x"' J -To Kg, T ff T' "ff -'35 ' 145 , , ' Nj " Mg" -el" .Tii'T"?f' G . . A ' g r? -A ww Q .g ym T r .. .F . f.i,b'x' l I T 2 ' I 1 T A ,mx X , I .. fr mmm l A , s T ff 1 econc! podifion LIMY and sorrowTul, The sophomores climbed ouT oT The mud puddle aTTer losing The Freshman-Sophomore brawl. They compleTely nulliTied Their so-called disgrace, however, by winning The inTerclass yelling conTesT aT TooT- ball games. An inTeresTed specTaTor aT The climacTic performance described The class oT '44 as appearing slighTly sub-human. According To him They screeched wildly, Tlailed Their arms around, and wiTh eyes pracTically bulging ouT oT Their heads howled, "Give 'em The axell" They even accenTuaTed Their enThusiasm by doing a war dance on our inTormanT's TeeT. Needless To say, he shiTTed To a more civilized parT oT The grandsTand aTTer ThaT. Yell-leader Leo Fedewa led The class To The vociTerous vicTory .... Heading The sophomore class were Bob Culp, presidenT: Elaine Marshall, vice-presidenT: Mildred Chamberlain, secreTary-Treasurer. Miss DoroThy Leonard was advisor. . . . On May 22 The sophomores sTuck Their baThing suiTs in Their back pockeTs and walTzed down To The ciTy park. ATTer hurTling Through various games, They had a box social during which each boy bid loudly and long To gain The girl-Triend's box. The money received Trom The bidding was used To admi+ The merrymakers inTo The swimming pool. AT The pool There was considerable exuberanT splashing as well as swimming races and relays, and oT course The diving board was The usual scene oT showing oTT. The main evenT was a sack race in which boy and girl parTners compeTed Tor The prize. This parTicular race was a very complicaTed aTTair: apparenTly more Than one hardy soul who venTured inTo The waTer wrapped in a sack consumed gallons oT waTer and decided marine liTe was noT Tor him. A LIVELY LOT . . . SOPHOMORE HOMEROOMS. Top picTure: Back row, Kili, WaT- son, SmiTh, Silcox, STarkey, Moo- ' die, Welby, McDaniels, Webber, STraTTen, Kolb: FiTTh row, l-louse, Cox, Yancey, Nixon, Sorrel, l-la- worTh, Tucker, l-lackler, WesT- brook: FourTh row, l-lunT, Spence, Wilcox, RowcliTTe, Thornburg, Teel, Kincaid, Meeks: Third row, Ga- briel, DeClue, Glendenning, Law- rence, BuTlin, GarreTson, Skinner: Second row, BarbaT, Wildharber, BenneTT, l-licks, Conrad, Phillips, Chandler, Shaw: FirsT row, Cam- puzano, Gibson, Van Fossen, Ge- row, KiTchak, Fields, Alexander, Pond. BoTTom picTure: Back row, Miwa, Shea, JohnsTon, Johnson: FiTTh row, BrockeTT, l-lolT, Sigel, Bow- man, Lavelle, MiTchell, l-lerrod: FourTh row, Clouser, SmiTh, SuT- liTT, Howard, Farlow: Third row, McDonald, Doris, J. l-luckaby, Dovis, Miller, Nikkelg Second row, Gillick, BriTTon, Jordon, Kenney, Brown, PiTTman, Gray, Cooper: FirsT row, WesT, CarTer, Beddow, Graves, SchmiTT, RoberTs, Boliver, Sunderland. Devers, Gray, Hale, Belcher, ATkin, High School Page '70 Hzqll School Page QI LOOKING OUT INTO THE BLUE AND GOLD . . . SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM. Top picfure: Back row, Fuller, Cunningham, Murphy, Payne, Grubbs, Fleming, Cunningham, Arndf, Hamilfon, Dana, Curfis, Cox: Fifrh row, Drummond, l-larf, Forisfer, Galbraifh, Colberf, Culp, Fischer, Edwards, Cooper, Baize, Fourfh row, Brown, Davis, Cunningham, McGee, Dubbers, Payfon, Crabb: Third row, Fedewa, Decker, Tolf, Hannah, Thompson, Benneff, Odom, Wagner, Fosfer, Second row, Dawson, Colfax, Donaldson, Girard, Miller, Smifh, Vanshyre, Ralph: Firsf row, Dickenson, Cameron, Chamberlain, Baker, Young, Benneff, Davis, Self. Second picfure: Back row, Lewis, Decker, Pafferson, Gilf, Schasfeen, Prewiff, Penney, Mr. Kienholzg Fiffh row, Kehoe, Peahl, Peffy, Scarborough, Morris, Phillips, Mifchell, Fosfer, Mifchell, Fourfh row, Kehoe, Bivins, Price, Pofer, McKinley, Neely, Panusis, Shively, Scoff, Richards, Third row, Poffer, Holland, Skeen, Gambey, Core, Johnson, Scoff, Childs, Miss Denfon, Second row, Sfock, Wells, Hosf, Wrofh, Barnes, Borgsdorf, Billingsley, McCann, Landon, Wagner, Firsf row, Reneau, Tweedy, Haney, Sfevenson, Brandley, Marshall, Garner, Shields, Lewis, FTER fhe combined picnic-swimming parfy, merry sophomores sfafed firmly fhaf for fhe nexf week food or liquid in any form would be fofally unnecessary .... Bulging muscles and a generally rugged exferior were characferisfic of sophomore afhlefes. Someone said fhey had nails for breakfasf, nails for dinner, and more nails for supper-a monofonous buf obviously effecfive dief. Apparenfly Wheafies were ouf fhis year. Charles Welby, lighfweighf foofball player, was honored as few lower classmen are: he was chosen by heavyweighf coach Dean Johnson fo play wifh his feam againsf Fresno's Roosevelf High for fhe San Joaquin Valley Championship. Ofher sophomore leffermen included John Silcox and Mervin Dubbers. . . . Charles Prewiff was fhe only second year man who played on fhe "A" class baskefball feamg whereas John Silcox, John Pafferson, and Bill Cunningham fhundered down fhe courf, defending fhe honor of fhe "B" class feam. Jack Neely and Charles Morris, valuable "C" feam players, perspired for fhe good of fheir cause. LIVE AND LEARN . . . SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM. Back row, Conners, loppini, Ames Bowman, Barnharf, Barlow, Jack- son, Mr. Beaffyg Fiffh row, Blake- ney, Barfholomew, Bufler, Barf- leff, Myers, Ballard, Bowers, Ad- ams: Fourfh row, Wilson, Miller Brown, Poffer, Hawkins, l-lunf Carmicalg Third row, Dunn, Brandf, Brice, Dewing, Kirkpafrick, Pruiff Thomas, Brillg Second row, Dope Roberfs, Ayres, Hill, Kaiser, Bur- bridge, Anfunezp Firsf row, Andre Smifh, Ingram, Nakahara, Wad- dell, Lowe. Ewy, Alexander. Top picTure: Baclc row, King, vich, Robinson, McCann, SmiTh, McCann, DuTTield, Quinn,ChrisTenseng FourTh row, Mills, Culver, PorTer, Baker, Burns, Cole, l-larper, BranT, Gibson, Mr.Morrowg Third row, ScoTT, Cooper, Clarlc, Gal- braiTh, Wallace, MclnTyre, Dovis, Brown, Travis, Filer, Pru- iTTg Second row, Taylor, Fields, BaTes, Sfevenson, Amburn, CurTis, Casey, MaTThewsg FirsT row, Lowe, Keene, Fagan, Ewell, fi- High School Page 29. is sf- 5. Rim.,-5--P T' ,TQQN ii? T .i.' Qi' ,,..w , ' jj J s.,gg,,3' Q5 Q F Y T ,,,., , Fiffiif'fss ' uf :-' -' "' 'ii Ti ii . VV XT' N CLODHOPPERS . . . Block T adminisfers The Third degree To The nov- ices cluring The Tradi- Tional brawl. Morgan, SmiTh, Ballard, STub- bleTield. g Second picTure: Back row, Mayes, RhoTen, Ford, AusTin, Cauffrnan, Gianopolus, SmiTh, SmiThg FiTTh row, La BruT, Yancey, Turley, VasTbinder, Marchbank, Saylor, Nichols, Love, Grigsbyg FourTh row, l-lalce, Terrill, Ward, Swaney, PreweTT, Miller, CochrarT, Ellis, Eaves, Ferguson, Third row, Baker, Reed, Reed, Douglas, TaTies, MarTin, STanTield3 Sec- ond row, Nalcahara, Shipman, Haven, CuThberTson, Aros. Simpson, Weidemann, Garner: FirsT row, I-loux, LeValley, Chambers, PenningTon, Kuwa- hara, McGurTy, Towne, Canady. RESENTING THE CLASS OF '45. The usual horde OT wide-eyed Tresh- men Tloclqed dazedly Through The busy halls This Tall gaping aT This and ThaT and wondering whaT was whaT. ATTer The TirsT Tew weeks They Threw Themselves wholehearTedly inTo The whirl oT campus liTe and enThusiasTically danced, cheered and sTudied. When They began To geT acguainTed wiTh each oTher They elecTed George Miller as Their presidenT, ArT Gregr as vice presidenT, Eleanor CurTis as secreTary and Marilyn Keene as Treasurer. Lower class spiriT reached an all-Tirne high as The Treshrnen sTaggered vic- Torious Trorn The annual Freshman-Sophomore Brawl. The TirsT year "men" came Through The mud in Tine sTyle To Tinish TirsT in The relay which gave Them The vicTory. Their superioriTy was hoTly conTesTed, however, by The Tradirionally TriumphanT sophomores, and in The welTer oT mud and Tlying waTer, cloThing, and oil a number OT unTorTunaTe specTaTors were un- expecfedly drenched. On OcTober 7 This Tun-loving class Turned ouT enThusiasTically To an inTormal geT-acguainTed parTy. PART OF THE FIRST CROP. FRESHMEN HOMEROOMS. Welch, Thomas, Culp, Ninlco- THE OTHER PART OF THE FIRST CROP . . . FRESHMEN HOMEROOM. Back row, J' lbw CurTis, Van Epps, Bollard, Rosson, Hall, Jose, SpechT, Ponny, Mr. Skeeng FiT+h row, Eves, Nolan, ClinTon, Johnson, Rennels, Aros, Sewell, Meeloryg FourTh row, PesanTe, Morris, Graham, Gibson, Shaw, Law, Lynch, Colvin: Third row, Miss Mason, Chubb, Whipple, Blacklock, Brickey, Ries, Merrill, Nunesq Second row, Garrison, STarl:auck, SmiTh, Tyne, Currey, Brown, PerTica, Brooksg FirsT row, Brown, Causey, Taylor, Miller, MiTchell, Dake, LiTTle, King. HE Treshmen and sophomores were given The privi- lege OT iniTiaTing The new bus garage, and They made The rnosT oT The opporTuniTy. Fun and laughTer reigned supreme aT The barn dance, as The sophs paTronizingly Took Their Ii++le schoolmaTes under Their wings and showed Them how To enjoy Themselves TaTT Hi sTyle. The boys Turned ouT in ieans and brighT cow- DEW ON THEIR LASHES . . . FRESHMAN HOME ROOM. RighT picTure: Back row, Springer, Beard, Press, Long, KurTz, Gregor, Marshall, Barnes: FiTTh row Sipes, Adams, Walker, McCravy, MarTin, Johnson, Johnson, Con nersq FourTh row, Richard, Owen, Hill, RuTT, Woodsq Third row THEY LOVE GOO . . . BoTTorn leTT: Freshmen' sophomore parTy. Fowler, Teel, CurTis, KurTz, Owen, Furgenson, King, McCain lean over The balcony be- lieving ThaT all good Things go up. BoTTom righT: Eddie BenneTT, Jim Richards, Frank Schimandle sliTher Through The slime in The annual epic. boy shirTs, while gingham-clad Coeds romped aloouT. Everyone had a mosT hilarious Time, and The bus garage was iniTiaTed in The TinesT Tashion. Now The uniTed Treshman class looks Torward To a year oT cam- pus acTiviTy Tar surpassing The pasT one in gaieTy and Tun, and iT musT be conTessed ThaT They will enioy paTronizing The Treshmen. LeCounT, Missamore, Sunderland, Fanshier, Townsend, Jump: Sec- ond row, Frederick, Seymour, Waldner, SmiTh, Howell, Armiger, WiTTe3 FirsT row, Ferguson, Mcfixnally, Grace, Manley, Berry, Norris, DougherTy, Hash. High School Page 25 inuef in gee Miz GLUB, GLUB, GLUB . . . Sfolces, PEANUT VENDORS . . . Mr. Morrow, Kirwan. D0dlf1l. and lVllSS BSdf0FCl Harry Jungi, and Mr. Cosand fake charge fake fime OUT fl'0m 6 Piaerean meel- of fhe Hi Y sfand during foofball season. ing fo have a liffle refreshmenf. I BURN BAKERSFIELD . . . l Flames from fhe bonfire leap fanfasfically info fhe nighf on fhe eve of fhe Bakersfield game. THE LINE FORMS DOWN THE SMOKE ON THE BONFIRE . . . The lVllDDl-E - - - Tifley. Wl1lmP9Y. Reed. bonfire for fhe big rally is builf by Block T Kruger, Kirwan, Hannah, and Thomas members, enjoy fhe Girl Reserve party. l SHOT AN ARROW . . . Donald- son, Thomas, Hannah, Farlow, Slceen Seymour pracfice hiffing fhe bull's eye. RUGGED STUDENTS . . . The SOLD AMERICAN . . . Monfy Reedy coach fells fhe boys how if's done. supervises fhe drawing af fhe freshman- sophomore parfy. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALES JUN- IOR . . . Junior Red Cross mem- bers give pins fo Moore, Kuwahara, Roberfs, Miss Denfon, and Cearley. THE MAN OF THE YEARBOOK . . . Mr. Reisman gives explicil' direclions +0 s+uden+s on Derrick picrure day. BATON AND MUS- TACHE TWIRLERS . . . Top piclurez Mrs. Miriam Dyer- Benne'H and Miss Alice Alwood make an amusing 'I'in+ype in +l1eir Gym-iam cosfumes. BoH'om pic1'ure: The Girls' D r u m C o r p s marches for a Girls' League assembly. High School Page 25 -DRAMA - PUBLICATIONS -- SCHOLAR- LETS SING IT-EE STUDENT GOVERNMENT-SERVICE CLUBS SHIP-FORENSICS - LANGUAGE-ART- RED CROSS-MUSIC-BOYS' AND GIRLS' ATHLETICS-STUDENT LIFE + I f f In 'rf ,JI -. I I A I , , -. . V. I 4 I 'L-V.-: TE?-THW: .L , I I , -1 -I "--IL-. ,Q I 1 , ., 7g:3I,,.-g,j. 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', ",j.:1:' , E Z 1 ' ' 4-1, 1 f -' ff?f' f ' 1- .1-A Qigggxfwv -A .vfef-L-az:-'ffk- I I . .1 -- f . .-. -Q --1 ,. - ,.-.-f:g-,-.IS'-p-- '-". . ei, - 51--.ff-li? L -,Q.f'.z:Ttfx-Q 'Q I -I3-..1Q -' 1. 4 The circle of friend- ship and coopera- live aclivily. youfh- ful vigor and school life - you will find fhem all on lhese pages. DEMOCRATIC REPRESENTATION IN A DEMOCRATIC STUDENT BODY . . . AD BOARD. Back row, Haney, Oxford, Morris, Larsen, Biairg Third row, Kifchair, Siicox, Shore, Cameron, Second row, Bafes, Winslow, Harris: Firsi row, Kuwahara, Jorgenson, Barbaf, Johnson. COORDINATING COUNCIL. Baci: row, Johnson, Shore, Dubbers, Oxford, Free, Haney, Benne-Hg Third row, Mr. Johnsfon, Keeley, Cunningham, Thornion, Griffeafhq Second row, Kuwahara, Sur'FIuh: Firsi row, Miss Dessery, Jorgenson, Noakes, Sfine. MUSIC, MAESTRO, PLEASE A D B OA R D-COORDINATING COUNCIL-GIRL SCOUTS, GIRL R E S E RV E S, PIAERIANS, GIRLS' LEAGUE-HI JINKS-VALENTINE BALL - USHERS - P.-T.A.-BOYS' FEDERATION-HI Y. ABLE AND EFFICIENT LEADERSHIP . . . Below Ief'I: John Sho.-e, firsf semesier siudeni' body president Below cenI'er: Lesrer Haney. second semes-Ier s'I'uden+ body president Below right Garlyn A. T 8:I5 every morning we place our hands on our hearrsland waich The Hag go up. Ad Board mem- bers, Iooking pIeased wiih Ihemseives, admir Ihar Ihey sponsor Ihis ceremony. Their advisors, Garlyn Basham and Miss Virginia BaiIard are enihusiasiically boosiinq Ihe saving of defense siamps wirh Ihe siogan, "LeJr's make if five hundred siarnps every Tuesday." Also, Jrhe Ad Board, Io promoie Iighiness and grace, encourages siu- denrs Io arrend weekly dancing Iessons .... The Co- ordinaring Council meers once a week Io see who can nab The besi daies for social iunciions. Eugene Johnsion and Miss Edna L. Dessery serve as advisors 'ro The group. Basham, ad board advisor. BoHom Ieff: Ihe en'I'ire siudeni body -Iurns our for Ihe Bakersfield raIIy and bonfire. BoHom righfz Sfudenis relax af a sfudeni' body sponsored dance. 5 4 f , 222, 551, Wm - I GIRLS IN RESERVE . . . SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS. Top leTT: Back row, Trogden. L. Kirwan, Whimpey, TiTley, Lee, Shaw: FiTTh row, LeCounT, Miss BrandT, Lopper, Dunn, ShugarT, Reed, FourTh row, I-lowes, Seymour, Burbridge, Raines, Kruger: Third row, BarreTT, Bailey, Mclcucas, Schnoor, Silcox, STokesg Second row, Allison, Waldner, Rider, Samson, I-larris, SToTTs, M. Kirwan, FirsT row, Beard, McGurTy, lTo, I-laliburTon, Turner, SinqueTield, Jorgensen, Winslow. PIAERIANS. Top righT: Back row, Kirwan, Miss Bedford, HolT, SmiTh, Miller, STokes, Schnoorg Second row, McLennan, Druliard, Wodarz, OTTo, UsTickg FirsT row, Mulroy, Weaver, Keene, Ramsey, Silcox, Winslow. BoTTom IeTT: Velma Wodarz enhances The arT collecTion. GIRL RESERVES. BoTTorn righT: Back row, Dickenson, Johnson, Simpson, LaBruT, Davis, Gillick, Chamberlain, Thomas, Samsonq FiTTh row, Skinner, WhiTe, Godbey, Morris, L. Kirwan, Whimpey, TiTley, Lee, Reed, FourTh row, Skinner, Rodman, Farlow, Burbridge, ShugarT, Kruger, Miss STevensy Third row, Richardson, SmiTh, I-licks, Nikkels, Schnoor, STokesg Second row, Allison, Nakahara, Hill, Donaldson, BorgsclorT, AnTunez, Silcox, M. Kirwan, FirsT row, Skeen, Young, Ewy, l-lannah, l-laliburTon, Winslow, Jorgenson, Archibald. " RS GRATIA ARTlS" is The TrumIoeT call ThaT rouses The Piaerians To acTion in Their valianT pursuiT oT culTure. ln March, Through The Tireless eTTorTs oT Velma Wodarz and Miss Elizabelrh BedTord, The hard- working Piaerians sTaged an exhibiT OT oil loainTings Trom The Ambassador I-loTel in Los Angeles .... Senior Girl ScouTs and Girl Reserves had a marvelous Time being paTrioTic by cooperaTing wi+h The A.W.V.S. and, incidenTally, did a good iob. BeTween parTies wiTh The l'li Y The Girl Reserves gave a chariTy dance and used The proceeds To Till ChrisTmas baskeTs. NOT To be ouTclone, The Senior ScouTs sold candy Tor sisTer scouTs in I-lawaii. These enTerIorising misses senT over one hundred dollars To The islands. ery Suife V,f.. I X 7 ff X N, 4125 iy X , J.. .- Z' .X N X, , , fi f in 2 1 I 7555 ' V, 5, -A A l .ygf ff' ,sf ,gf ' ex .- R ' - A gl' ,JW . XX High School Page 29 FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE RIDICULOUS . . . l.e'fT picTure: Glamour girls grin gleefully as They glide gracefully. Righf picTure: Miss Loree DenTon and Miss Nora BrandT dance for The delighT of The audience aT The Hi-Jinx. ffe of ,airing Yi I ll, 5 ,gill i X f FF To a hilarious sTarT wiTh The Hi Jinlcs, The Girls' League has .Y had a busy year. One weelc-end lasT Tall The oTTicers, Angela 4-, V Noalces, Jeanne SurTluh, Barbara ShugarT, Pearl Decker, and Barbara g. lvlulroy wiTh Miss Virginia Bailard invaded YosemiTe Tor a Girls' i by - fi, League ConvenTion. AT a recenT assembly Dr. Happiness, oT Holly- TV ' ," ?iQQ ' wood's Radio CiTy, presenTed a gay program which had The girls it... ' , i vff almosT rolling in The aisles. On This program KaThleen RaTTerTy sang -if -ff' ' The DocTor's new song hiT "SiTTing on a STar." ln March The girls , ' 'A had a rollicking Time aT "Spider Joe's WaTer-FronT CaTe." The occa- " 4 'n sion was The annual Gym-Jam, Tor which Velma Wodarz and her I ' , f commiTTee received congraTulaTions. There were groans Trom every -I,-7 'j g li guarTer when The annual ChrisTmas Ball was posTponed because The 'YWQSQ 'g r fi, gym wasn'T "black-ouT prooT," buT The girls were amply repaid by if 59,5 v '. 1 4 The February "WinTer Carnival." This gala evenT, given in collabora- Tion wiTh The Boys' FederaTion, heaped laurels on Joanne SurTluh, T 2,225 i"'- T ' general chairman. An enThusiasTic crowd aTTended The spring dance, T 45595 T" A -"" T and The girls were arrayed in Their gayesT spring aTTire. WHY DON'T WE DO THIS MORE OFTEN . . . 7 LeTT picTure: llene Kruger, Jackie Reed, Miss DenTon, The ineviTable Trio, haul in greenery Tor decoraTions. CenTer picTure: Where's The Tire shortage? These 'Freshmen girls acT as an auTo- mobile aT The Girls' League Hi-Jinx. Rigl'uT picTure: Phyllis Johnson and PaT Simpson hang up Tinfoil in preparaTion for The big evening. High School Page 50 SUGAR AND SPICE AND ALL THAT'S NICE . . . LeTT picTure: Sallie GarreTson, EdyThe Borgs- dorf and DoroThy Garner decor- aTe Tor The WinTer Carnival. GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS. RighT picTure: Back row, JuaniTa Jordon, Barbara ShugarT, Angela Noalces, Marilyn Wright BeTTy Cline: FirsT row, Joanne Surfluh, June I-laliburTon, Jeanne Surfluh, I-IE girls in red who meT you aT The door when- ever a program was held in The audiTorium were The Ten ushers headed by BeTTy Van- den Bosch. They proudly TlaunTed leTTers aT The end oT The year as a reward Tor Their TaiThTul service. The gals To blame Tor The year's brainsTorrns in The way oT parTies were The Girls' League CommiTTee Chaire men, as eTTicienT and scaTTer- brained as ever. The Service Club deserves a bouqueT, Too, Tor They come dashing To The rescue when calamiTy ThreaTens. "SERVICE TO OTHERS" . . . GIRLS' LEAGUE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN. Top picTure: Baclf row, Riddle, Johnson, Reed, Kru- ger, Evans, Wodarzq Second row, Amburn, lTo, Tifley, SurTluh, Beard: FirsT row, Gilliclc, ShugarT, Silcox. USHERS. Second picTure: Baclc row, Burbridge, Earlow, RowcliTTe, Trogden, Vanden Bosch, Evans: FronT row, TiTley, Bowman, Gurn- mulT, WhiTe. BoTTorn picTure: Snow, sparkle and smiles predominaTe aT The WinTer Carnival, Hrq , School Page 31 2 f ff T3 X ff? X yfllld Olly P.-T.A. GETS THE LOW-DOWN ON STUDENT OR- GANIZATIONS . . . P.-T.A. Top leTT: ParenTs and Teachers learn The organizaTion oT school clubs. P. T. A. OFFICERS: Top righT: Mrs. Leonard PayTon, Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. MargareT WhiTaker. .ffff-f'f1 '? ' WOW, 'VJ' V' fa? , ,7, P X 42,1 Y ' ' ' " I ,p f - . -I V ,I f 7173? .5 T, .73 uifffx is TA A--1.14 x . .il High School Page 52 in e Wolford SLUGS AND SNAILS AND PUPPY DOG'S TAILS . . . BOYS' FEDERATION OFFICERS. BoTTom le-TT: Back row, BenneTT, Culp, Thompson: Second row, I-lenderson, Dubbers, PaTTerson, Abelg FirsT row, I-laney, Wagner. BoTTom righT: Jim Snyder, LaVerne Johnson, and Eugene PlaTzelc lend a helping hand To The Girls' League-Boys' FederaTion WinTer Carnival. l-IE BOYS' FEDERATION celebraTed iTs TiTTh anniversary as a broTher organizaTion of The Girls' League by ioining Them in giving The gay WinTer Carnival. They losT Their advisor, lvlonTy Reedy, during The year, and expressed Their appreciaTion Tor his valuable guidance by giving him a wrisT waTch .... I-li Y added a reTreshing noTe To school spiriT by selling pop, ice cream and candy aT The TooTball games. HI Y. Back row, Klinge, Nilclcel, WaTTs, Garland, Saulsbury, Broolcs, Jungi, SpiTTler, STarbuclc, l.eValleyg Second row, Mr. Cosand, Mr. Morrow, Mr. Barlow: FirsT row, Newberry, Pirlcle, Dallas, Zeller, Weiss, I-laney, Davis, BenneTT, SmiTh, Law, Borga. Z "TWINKLE, TWINKLE . . . " NEED WE SAY MORE . . . 7 Top piclure: Dorolhy I-lowell, .lim Terry, Barbara Cooper, Bill Mill- wee Iallc Things over during "Young April." MASQUERS' CLUB. Second pic- Iure: Back row, Dunn, Cooper, Davis, Colberl, Oxford, I-laworfh, Mr. Borell, Millwee, Faull, I-Iowell, Brice, Carr, Branlq Second row, Barrows, McLucas, Conrad, Row- clifie, Garrelson, I-Iunl, Barbaf, Wood, I-Iunl, Pallell, Clarlu Firsl row, Bailey, Barrelf, Brown, Mc- Gurly, Curfis, Thomas, DePew. I-IOT ARIA C.S.F. - OUILL AND SCROLL DRAMA - PUBLICATIONS - - FORENSICS - LATIN - JUNIOR RED CROSS - ART - MUSIC. ll OUNG APRIL," "Crazy l-louse," and The Iwo senior plays, "The Neighbors," and "The Caslle of Mr. Simpson," comprised Ihe dramalic produclions ol Jrhe year . . . The school newspaper, The Gusher, headed by The execulive edilor, Virginia Widen, received an All-American award from N. S. P. A. wilh a lop rating of lIO5 poinls. GUSHER EDITORS. Top piclurez Baclc row, Johnson, sporis edilorg Robey, exchange edilorg Firsl row, Keene, cily edilorg Widen, execulive edilorg I-lowes, exchange edilor. GUSHER STAFF. Bollom piclurez Back row, Weaver, Kliewerg Firsl row, Whilley, Snyder, Vanden Bosch. Higli, Srliool Page 53 6" ,Q,'S,s"' Iliglz School Page 34 THE POWER HOUSE OF THE DERRICK . . Jean Evans, high school edifor, and Vivian Howes execufive edifor, work fhe Derrick info a producing well. AUXILIARY ENGINES . . . Mary Lu Kliewer, arf edifor, and Mary Grace Silcox, copy edifor, combine inspirefion and skillful execufion fo produce a high grade oil. ESSENTIAL COGS . . . Barbara Parcel, sales manager, Bef-ly Sinque- field, adverfising man- ager, and Velma Wo- darz, senior edifor, make fhe wheels go 'round. DERRICK STAFF. Payne, Walker, Darbyshire, Johnson, Noakes, Howes, Evans, McLennan Silcox, Duffield. fue jAl"ed6l6 .!4l'i'l0l'lg tk? HE DERRICK STAFF Taced The music under The capable baTon oT Vivian Howes, conducTor oT long experience. Jean Evans, concerTmasTer, inTerpreTed wiTh Teeling The various Themes and variaTions incor- poraTed inTo The Tinished Iibre++o. The ouTsTanding soloisT wiTh The orchesTra was Mary Lu Kliewer, arT ediTor, who wiTh incomparable arTisTry played The ConcerTo in Dry Brush composed by herselT. The com- poser, Mary Grace Silcox, copy ediTor, compleTed The addiTional scoring Tor The perTormance. Velma Wor- darz, senior ediTor, mounTed The podium To direcT an original TanTasy, The senior secTion, and keeping Track oT various runs and cadenzas ThroughouT The concerT was Laverne Johnson, sporTs ediTor. BeTTy Sinqueifield, business manager-librarian Tor The orchesTra, procured and disTribuTed The music: The TickeTs Tor The perTornn- ance and The proceeds ThereoT were handled by sales manager Barbara Parcel. THEY ALSO SERVE . . . ASSISTANT DERRICK EDITORS. Top picTure: June MacLennan, assisTanT business manager: Angela Noakes, assisTanT copy ediTor: Shirley Carl, assisTanT senior ediTor: Rowena DuTTield, Derrick secreTary. DERRICK STAFF. BoTTom picTure. Amburn, STarbuck, Howell, SinqueTie-ld, Cooper, Conrad, Carl, Gabriel, Aldrich, Amburn, Parcel, Wodarz, Kliewer, Eubanks, Tyne, SToTTs. - if x A f f'J"! , af Ili 'lx f ., ff ,fa T K A y ji e xl ' , J 3 T' ,yu ,fel ,y 4 I f 4 K! I 4 Biff' lx if Y i XL, qi O XJ XXX .ri N ,Q 0 ', f T I K ii i' bw 'ii C EMBERSHIP in The exclusive California Scholarship FederaTion is someThing To enlarge one's ego. Only Those hard- working sTudenTs who earn Ten or more semesTer grade poinTs had The honor oT be- coming members. However, These sTudious individuals enioyed The same Things as we oT lesser clay, Their program consisTing oT lively parTies and dances in addiTion To serious meeTings. Their advisor during The TirsT semesTer was Miss Mabel Myers, buT due To her illness, KenneTh Simpson Took over Tor The second semesTer. This club wenT in Tor The "inTellecTual" Type oT meeT- ings, wiTh speakers Trom The TaculTy on in- TeresTing subiecTs .... The membership oT The Quill and Scroll was almosT inTiniTesimal The TirsT semesTer, having buT Three mem- bers, Vivian Howes, Mary Lu Kliewer, and Virginia Widen. A group oT six was duly iniTiaTed The second semesTer, however, so There may be brighTer days ahead Tor This organizaTion. Since The membership oT This socieTy is limiTed To sTudenTs who are aT leasT juniors, who rank in The upper Third aT Their class in scholarship, and who have done ouTsTanding work on The Gusher or Derrick, we musT conclude ThaT anyone who can claim To be a member oT This club is a "whiz." . . . The Forensics SocieTy was again prominenT in school poliTics This year, since halT oT The school's elecTed oTTicers came Trom The candidaTes backed by This group. The obiecT oT Their running a TickeT was To inTeresT sTudenTs in Their elecTions. WhaT's The maTTer? Did They Tind graTT in school poliTics? In The spring They held The annual speech conTesTs, and The winners were awarded gold, silver, and bronze medals. THEY STUDY, SCRIBBLE, AND SPEAK . . . C. S. F. Top picTure: Back row, PalleTT, ScoTT, Conners, Thomas, Welby, SixTh row, Hicks, Gianopolus, Graham Elders, Jackson, HayworTh, Kirwan: FiTTh row, AnTunez, Hannah, BenneTT, Fisher, Thomas, Myers, STokes, Howes: FourTh row, Weidernann, BenneTT, SchmidT, Tolf: Third row, Sinquefield, HolT, Burbridge, B. Miller, F. Miller, Silcox, Widen, Rider: Second row, Hali- burTon, Marshall, Kosub, Vanden Bosch, Carr, Kirwan. Evans: FirsT row, Davis, SurTluh, Morgan, SurTluh, Lowe, Manley. QUILL AND SCROLL. Second picTure: Back row, Keene, Wodarz, Noakes, ScoTT, Evansg FirsT row, Howes Johnson, Kliewer, Widen. FORENSICS SOCIETY. BoTTom picTure: Back row, PlaTzek, Brown, STraugh, KeeTer, Hall: FiTTh row, Faughn, PeTers, Ingram, Schimandle, Townsend, Col- son: FourTh row, Robey, Landon, Johnson, Hall, Mc- GurTy, Henderson, Rogers: Third row, Vanden Bosch, Richey, Jorgensen, Evans, Howes: Second row, Wood, Thomas, Fowler, Miller, Brown, Wodarzg FirsT row, Keene, ConanT, Jackson, Aros, Silcox, WhiTe. High School Page 56 FOR BROADENED MINDS . . . LATIN CLUB. Top leTT: BeTTy Hayes serves punch To RoberT Wood as Gwendolyn SToTTs, Norma Jean Rider, Terry Weide- mann, and MargareT Haven waiT in expecTaTion. Top righT: Back row, Miss Jacobs, Dana, Wood, ColberT, Cauffman, Agee, Con- ners, Reed, Rogers, Elder, SixTh row, Sigel, Ingram, Lepper, Doug- las, BuTlin, TiTleyg FiTTh row, How- ell, Wallace, Garner, Core, Sigel, Finley, FourTh Wells, PiTTman, RoberTs, STolces, Myers, Samson, row, Chambers, Canaday, Huclca- by, Graves, Tolf, Sunderland, Brandt SuTliTT, Whimpey, Carr, Third row, B. Miller, Rider, Sey- mour, Hannah, Burbridge, M. Ben- neTT, F. Miller, UsTiclc, Lawrence' HEN The Junior American Classical League losT iTs advisor, John T. S. Morris, Uncle Sam was The winner. Know- ing Mr. Morris we Teel ThaT his moTTo will be, "Veni, vidi, vinci." The organizaTion conTinued iTs regular program under presi- denT Gwen SToTTs, dramaTizing LaTin plays and making original LaTin ChrisTmas cards. . . . "EaT-a-loT" is The ArT Club's moTTo, and aTTer aTTending one of Their noon luncheon meeTings no one would consider changing iT. SepTember 27 Tound The mem- bers away Trom Their eaTing and pursuing such esTheTic proiecTs as a visiT To The Thorne Rooms aT ExposiTion Park in Los Angeles and The Dali exhibiT aT The Am- bassador HoTel .... This year The Junior Red Cross has given much oT iTs Time To serving The boys in uniTorm. ChrisTmas boxes were senT To paTienTs in The San Diego Naval HospiTal and many books and magazines were gaThered Tor Gardner Field. THE ART OF DEFENSE . . . ART CLUB. Back row, Eubanlrs, Kliewer, Derden, Walker, KiTchalc, Gray, T. Conrad, Cameron: Second row, Donald- son, WhiTalcer, Parcel, Miss STeininger, GriTTeaTh, Ewy, Howell, FirsT row, RoberTs, Ralph, M. Conrad, Waddell, Evans. Hzqh School Page 37 dw f , W 1 7 , ,,,. 6 ,,,.,, h f .ml . ..,. A.. 4 All Second row, Marshall, Hayes, Allison, McCleary, Dodini, Haven, Hicks Weidemann Morgan: FirsT row, Fagan, Weaver, SToTTs, B. BenneTT, Archibald, Pond Manley Brown McGurTy. JUNIOR RED CROSS. Righf picTure: Bach row, Mrs. Eubanlcs Thornburg Alexander: FirsT row, TaTies, Kuwahara, Townsend, Namara, Whipple Moore Jef. Wofefs SERENADE . . . GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. Back row, DuTTield, Shaw ThornTon, Gabriel, Vanden Bosch, Morris, Whire, Kirwan, Sunder land, Reed, Odom, Wilder, Woody Second row, Kaiser, Wells, Thomas, Barnes, Leslie, Haynes, STonehocker, Rider, Evans, Huckaby, MorTon, Shepherd, Childs, SmiThg FirsT row, Johnson, Richardson Beard, RoberTson, Johnson, Jordon, Curran, Mcfxnally, Boyd BenneTT, Shively, Miller, Godbey. . ,Q ,aa-im - AlSlN6 The rooT seems To be The ambiTion oT The many occupanTs oT The music build- ing since a large porTion oT our school's popu- laTion has energeTically and enThusiasTically "Taken up" some Torm OT music, vocal or in- sTrumenTal. Whenever you aTTended a TooTball game aT TaTT, you were sure To see The High School and Junior College Band, in Their Trim blue uniTorms, and To hear Them cheering The Team To vicTory wiTh sTirring music. Led by Raymond L. MaTThai, The band had been one oT The mosT acTive and popular music groups. The members proudly marched in The EasTer and FronTier Day parades also. The annual spring concerT was given in April, and The band also played Tor an assembly and a grammarv school concerT. HARMONY ROW . . . BOYS' GLEE CLUB. Third picTure: Back row, SmiTh, Hall, Peckham, LeVaIley, Townsend: Second row, Gray, Johnson, Shively, Brown, Jose, Brown, FirsT row, Kolb, ChrisTy, Mulroy, RoberTs, Walker. JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. Second picTure: Back row, MaTThews, ScoTT, Bailey, Chamber, Pond, Haqey, Simons, Berry, Sunderland, Second row, Glendenning, Clark, Chandler, Seymour, Engledow, Howell, Town- send, Devers, FirsT row, STock, Jordon, Waldner, BranTley, Haven, Houx, HunT, Penn. BAND. BoTTom picTure: Back row, SpiTTler, Brown, Gray, Field, Moodle, ChrisTensen, Webber, Harper, Bowers, NewTon, BurdeTTe, SmiTh, Lang, SchmiTT, SchmiTT7 FourTh row, Greqr, Rowell, Taylor, Davis, McDaniels, LaBruT, Cooper, Peahl, Barnes, l.eValley, HamilTon, Welch, Nash, Landon, Peckham, Ladley, Shore, Dale, Mooreg Third row, Skeen, QuandT, Hicks, STarbuck, STuTchman, Marshall, McClain, Farlow, Vin- cenT, Scarborough, VoTaw, Weiss, Bramham, Lewis, Cone, Grubbsq Second row, Saak, KeiTh, Miller, SmiTh, Mcfxnally, Thomas, ChrisTy, Newberry, GenTry, Glen- denning, Sheppard, ShelTong FirsT row, HasT, STarbuck, ScoTT. F YOU wandered inTo The music building TirsT period in The morning, you probably heard The Girls' Glee Club pracTicing Tor one oT Their many programs beTore The P.-T.A. and oTher local organi- zaTions. DirecTed by Miss Marjorie Mason and led by Jackie Johnson and Noma Wood, presidenTs Tor The TirsT and second semesTers, The Tun-loving warblers mixed work wiTh such play as a parTy once a monTh. in April, however, There was very liTTle play while They prepared Tor Their annual spring reciTal held May 6. The reciTal was a maior Triumph and amply repaid The girls Tor Their concenTraTed eTTorT. The TorTy members held a ChrisTmas parTy and celebraTion lasT Tall, Too. ln February These pracTical songbirds held a cake sale To raise money Tor The pins given To members Tor Three years OT service in The glee club .... A mosT imporTanT branch oT The glee club is The girls' sexTeT, which has sung more Than The glee club iTselT. In TacT, These girls sing abouT once a week aT various clubs. MosT oT Their warbling is in The communiTy, alThough They have perTormed Tor school acTiviTies. IT is composed oT eighT girls who Take Turns singing. Elaine Leslie, Jackie Johnson, and DoroThy Kaiser, sopranosg Agnes Thomas, Lorraine WhiTe, second sopranos, and Noma Wood, Doris Childs, and BeTTy Wagner, altos .... The Junior Girls' Glee Club has had a iolly Time singing, hiking, and pic- nicking in The hills back oT TaTT. These energeTic youngsTers sang Tor a P.-T.A. program and an assembly and have been working indusTriously To UAQ .lim CAM! records oT selecTions Trom iT .... The Boys' Glee Club is a new organizaTion in The school and has noT been very acTive so Tar excepT Tor carolling wiTh The Junior Girls' Glee Club. However, iT shows promise OT being a Tine group .... Music lovers young and old Thrilled To The music oT The TaTT High School and Junior College OrchesTra, led by Thomas J. STevens. AT Their TourTh annual symphony concerT on March 27 and Their Sunday aTTernoon concerT on May 28 They played such TavoriTes as Be-eThoven's "FiTTh Symphony," "Ave Maria," and "Tales Trom The Vienna Woods" by STrauss, wiThouT whose Tarnous walTzes no concerT is compleTe. SoloisT Harry Peckham played "Alle- greTTo Trom The MoonlighT SonaTa" by Beethoven. To prove ThaT The orchesTra is noT all work, The 72 members TreaTed Themselves To a parTy-dance aTTer The concerT. They also played Tor The BaccalaureaTe Service and school plays .... The 44 girls oT The Girls' Drum Corps marched proudly down The Tield To The roll oT drums and The rousing TanTare oT The bugles Tor a Girls' League Assembly, numerous TooTball games, and The FronTiers Day and EasTer parades. The drummers and buglers wore paTrioTic blue skirTs and long-sleeved gold blouses and used blue and gold drumsTicks. The Three high-sTepping maioreTTes, KaThleen RaTTerTy, head maioreTTe, and Darline Andre and Sally BaTes, Twirlers, were gay in shorT blue and gold cosTumes wiTh whiTe booTs and Tlashing baTons. Train Tor The advanced Glee Club. On ChrisTmas if-2,5 T Eve They wenT carolling wiTh The Boys' Glee Club 5 in TaTT heighTs and aT The homes oT many board y y members and Triends OT The school. The iuniors A ..-rvwlnfifavj Z f emphasized music appreciaTion in Their course, and ii. if7',,f ff, every Friday during The MeTropoliTan Opera season T i Q discussed The opera oT The week and lisTened To l PHILHARMONIA . . . ORCHESTRA. BoTTom picTure: Back row, ChrisTen- ,IX "J f 'Ll l I sen, Gray, Tyne, LeCounT, CuThberT, SmiTh, Brown, Webber, Long, SchmiTT7 0' ' A! I E Third row, LiTTle, Wood, Peckham, Hannah, Weiss, Nash, Mr. MaTThai, Miller, 0 l I QuandT, Saak, E. Le Valley, Newberry, Shore, Glendenning, Moore, ShelTon: - lf "l l Second row, BuTlin, Dickenson, B. LeValley, Powell, Winslow, ScoTT, PiTTman, , ,-1 Tig STarbuck, Casey, Simpson, ChrisTy, Lawrence, Keene: FirsT row, Davis, Mc- V Cleary, Terrill, Van Fossen, TaTies, Cooper, Love, Howes, L. MiTchell, STaves, If T Hash, Mr. STevens, R. MiTchell, HoTTman, Weidemann, D. Jackson, E. Jack- E -is Zn-1 J u son, Noakes, KirkpaTrick, Gaines, KeTridge. WEEK: TW THE FAVORITE CLASS . . . Le'H picfure: Ber+ Lincoln serve ' e one. Righf pic+ur Boys line up 'For roll call and insfrucfions. WIND SECTION HEALTH SERVICE - BOYS' GYM - BLOCK T - OUTDOOR CLUB - METAL WORKERS - GIRLS' GYM - G.A.A. - FOOTBALL - BASKETBALL - TRACK - TENNIS - GOLF - BASEBALL - GOLDEN GLOVES I - SCHOOL LIFE. STAFF OF LIFE . . . Below Ief+: Dr. J. Dykes-Johnson, school physician, Paul Welch, and Bob D lr II g pl I Coborn walch 'Ihe game from Ihe bench. Below righh Eleanor avis, ma es a wi in a ien for Dr. Roberl Perrine, school clenlisl. BoH'om left Vern "Moon" Mullen, physical educalion head Bo++om cenlerz Mrs. Florence E. Us+iclr, assislanf +o fhe nurse. Bo++om righ+: Miss June Griclley school nurse, and Susan Whifalrer. VIRILITY PLUS . . . in 7 BLOCK T SOCIETY. Top picTure: Back row, Snyder, PlaTzek, Coach Johnson, Dykes, , PruieTT, Webber, Welby, SmiTh, Bullard, Conners: FourTh row, Schimandle, BenneTT, Brown, Walsh, Carmichael, Zirkle, Spangle, Weaver, VincenT, Cunningham, Rogers, Rich- ards: Third row, Law, Dubbers, Blair, Ben- , neTT, STraunch, Piemme, KeeTer, Silcox, E. PlaTzek, ConanT, Oxford, Thompson, Loppini, 3 Morris, Howes, Zeller, Second row, Page, Wilson, Borgsdorf, Lavelle, lshakawa, Gray, Mock, M. Dubbers, Neely, WaTTs, Nikkei, Hannah, Abel: FirsT row, SchmidT, Pirkle, Culp, PaTTerson, McGurTy, Burleson, Rich- ards, STumbaugh, McKinley, Shore, B. Abel, Cameron. BOYS' OUTDOOR CLUB. Second picTure: Back row, Mr. MaTThai, Zeller, Darbyshire, Cunningham, L. Madson, D. Madson. Jack- son: FirsT row, ArmsTrong, Dallas, Dryden. B. Dubbers, M. Dubbers, Adams. METAL WORKERS' CLUB. BoTTom picTure: Back row, GaulT, RaTen, Ballard, Cameron, Minner, Richards, Cole, McKinley, Graham, Ouinn, Robinson: Second row, BarreTT, Rock- holf, McLary. DuTTield, WaTTs, Walker, Decker, Nash, Abel: FirsT row, Eves, Dana, Zirkle, Dallas, Richards, Pearl, SmiTh. LOCK T iniTiaTion day was raTher Tame This year, and sTu- denTs wondered whaT was wrong wiTh ThaT organizaTion, so noTori- ous Tor The TorTures iT inTlicTs on iniTiaTes. HE boys' TavoriTe pasTimes, ping pong and bowling, were played in Their gym classes according To Vern Mullen, head OT The physical educaTion deparTmenT. They also enjoyed Trolicking in The sunshine during The TooTball and baseball seasons, and oh, how They "wenT Tor" The coeducaTional acTiviTy oT swimming .... The MeTal Workers' Club was iusTly proud oT iTs exhibiT oT plaTTers, plaTes, bowls, cups, jewelry, and book-ends oT silver, copper, and bronze. To Those boys who were willing To work during The 'organizaTion's meeTings, The club, insTrucTed by Reeves TrouT, provided enTerTain- menT as well as excellenT Training Tor iobs in aircraTT TacTories .... Resolves To be anyThing buT serious, Those boys OT naTure, The mem- bers OT The Boys' OuTdoor Club, planned all Their meeTings To be OT recreaTional Type. Under presidenTs ArT Dubbers and Joe Zeller, and Their advisor, Raymond MaTThai, The club Took Two Trips. The TirsT was spenT Tishing and The second Took Them To The snow. Evi- denTly preparing Tor The Japs, They held shooTing maTches Through- ouT The year. J 1 .2 nv! xv 1,-v U All 1 l K ol Y . 1 -. Yam T Xi, High School Page 41 -:Tn ' ii 1 V i gy 0,9 X mff wr. .1 ' 5, 1' if ' Yr rj , I xg X 1 5 4' " X . ' f R 2 -X T X V I Nj N. k 1, X ,Se -9, iV'i,,,..c., 4 ,f g , f MMM . . . NOT BAD . . .l Top picfurez While Miss Sfevens rei- erees, Jean Evans, Norma Jean Rider, and Charlolle Perersen enioy a game of baslceiball. Second picrure: Shirley Curran, Rulh Thornron, and Pal While slrilce a pose for Jrhe camera. Below leff: Mildred Anfunez, Mary Lou Hannah, Beverly Burbridge, Barbara Ewy, and Jeanne Miller play hoclcey during The G.A.A. period. Below cenrerz GAA. members enioy a spaqhelfi feed. Below righi: Mildred Chamberlain, Mary Lou l-lannah, and Zella Mae Thomas, archery club officers. G.A.A. Bollom picfurez Baclc row, Orlo, Lepper, Kirwan, Moore Srringer, MacLennan, Miss Brandi, Kuwahara, Dalce, Duffield, L. Slanfield, Merrill, Shaw, M. Morris, Price, Aldrich, J. Curris, Troqden, Evans, Girard, Sixih row, Ship- man, Kosub, Richardson, Bowling, Douqlas, S. Reneau, Blackloclc, Barbai, Conrad, Mclucas, Tilley, Garden, H. Curiis, Phillips, Smilhg Fiflh row, Kilchalc, l.. l-lill, V. Morris, Siarbuclc, Barrel, Aqee, Cooper, Galbrailh, M. Tafies, Webber, Turner, Whimpey, Kruger, Lough, E, Srnifh, Briclcey, Beck, Fourrh row, Fagan, Vlasnilc, Shuqari, Jorgenson, Canady, C. Reneau, Silcox, Epply, While, Willis, Cline, Johnson, Reed, Miss Denion, Morris, E. Currisg Third row, Sfolis, Wodarz, Parcel, Ramsey, Lee, l-lasl, Core, Donaldson, Slceen, l-liclcs, Borgsdorf, Nilclcel, Gillingsly, McGur+y, Widen, Nalcaharaq Second row, Vickers, Mulroy, Weaver, Alexander, Winslow, Andre, Bolivar, Barfholomew, Van Conlcelberge, Schmidt Shields, Kaiser, Gammon, lewis, Taylor, Brown, Manleyg Firsl row, Fields, Thor-nas, Chamber- lain, Causey, Haliburlon, Younq, Sinqueliield, Carl, Beddow, Amburn, Baker, Gilliclc, Douqhorly, Ewell, Beard. Q11 fl' E, , LITTLE WILLIAM TELLS . . . ARCHERY CLUB. Harder, Howell, Armiger, Dunn, K. Thomas, Z. Thomas, Kruger, Kaiser ERE is some advice Tor one who reTurns wiTh sTaggering Tread and lack lusTre eyes Trom a visiT To The girls' aThleTic Tield: The girls aren'T vicious: They're iusT vigorous. Calm down. I-low were They To know your head wasn'T The hockey ball? ThaT's whaT you geT Tor sTicking your neck ouT so Tar anyway .... Bowling, archery, and goIT helped Till The bill oT The juniors and seniors, and Treshmen ancl sophomores were urged To love Ten- nis. The girls wenT Tor modern dancing Too, despiTe Morgan, Hannah, Young, Farlow, AnTunez, Seymour, Nalrahara Donaldson, Ewy, and Skeen. The muscular hangovers involved .... The girls' AThleTic AssociaTion, having I23 members, was The IargesT, and migh+ we say The noisiesT, all-girl or- ganizaTion on campus. This Tall a play day was held, during which G.A.fX. buddies Trom eighT valley Towns Tried To ouTplay each oTher. Besides sponsor- ing a I'IalIowe'en dance, The G.A.A. had iTs own cheering secTion aT Toorball games, sold March oT Dimes sTamps, and helped The P.-TA. sell TheaTre TickeTs. race Wofefi AGILITY AND GRACE . . . LeT+: Junior girls dance: Back row, Sl-okes, ThornTon, Usfick, Riddle, Gerowg Second row, WhiTe, Kirwan, Myers, MiTcheII: Firsf row, Curran, Kliewer, Kenny. BoTTom picTure: Miss Frances STevens geTs ouT o'F The way as Pai' Miller, Josephine HamiITon, Joanne Surfluh, Rosina Cooper, Jeanne Surfluh dash down The courT for a basket -'m Ml wma. ra- , T B KER FOOD'S THE TICKET . . . Leff pic+ure:Mon+y Reedy, Lyle Brown, and Bill Overand enioy fhe foofball banquef. Righl picfurez Dr. Dykes-John- son, Mr. Hannah, and Coach Dean Johnson end a successful year's work. MUSCULAR COORDI- NATION . . . Leff pic- +ure: Coach Dean John- son sends Eugene Plalzek info lhe game. Righ+ picfurez The Wild- ca+s 'fry oul a new play. HELPERS . . . Leff picfure: Jack Adams. Laurence Lyon, J. T. Herrod, Wilclcaf man- agers. Righf pic+ure: Poor Bakersfield! FIELD WILDCAT SCORES TAFT OPPONENTS 7 Rocsevel+ 6 I0 Porferville I3 I9 Visalia 0 6 Glendale 2I 6 Venfura 20 7 Fresno I3 I4 Fillmore 0 I3 BAKERSFIELD 0 I3 Roosevelf lValley Gamel 25 SEE HOW IT'S DONE . . . Top picfure: Plafzelr carries fha ball while Snyder, Thompson, Oxford, and Heas- ley block. Righf piclurez Snyder carries fha ball wiih bloclcings by Heasley. Dykes, Oxford, Thompson, Garreff, and LeCoun'r. BOBCAT SCORES TAFT OPPONENTS 0 Por+erville 24 7 Visalia 0 0 Glendale 24 I3 Easf Bakersfield 7 6 Delano Z5 7 BAKERSHELD 6 BRAWNY-WHAT . . . 7 Top pic- Iure: The beginning of a "perfec+" garne-Glendale! Righf picfurez The Bobcafs end a successful play 'Phe righl' way. High School Page 45 EA WildcaTsl FighT 'em WildcaTsl LusTy cheers rang clear and True ouT oT a crisp nighT along abouT Sep- Tember I9, when The WildcaTs were opening Their l94l season by vanquishing RoosevelT High 7-6 .... Losing The nexT one To PorTerville by a hearTbreaking misTake in The TourTh quarTer, our WildcaTs came back To Take re- venge on The Pioneers Trom Visalia. STill on The road The WildcaTs iourneyed To VenTura To be handed a 20-6 drubbing by The PiraTes .... ATTer weeks which seemed years, The WildcaTs meT an opponenT on The home field, buT lady luck was in The back seaT, and The varsiTy eleven losT To The Glendale DynamiTers 2I-6. Losing The nexT one To Fresno, The WildcaTs roared by The nexT week be- , .. ...o fr "C . fi 'in hind Tullback Jim Snyder To Trounce The Fillmore eleven I4-O. Preparing Tor Their TradiTional rival, our WildcaTs soundly Trounced a weak eleven Trom CompTon .,.. Who does noT remember The BakersTield game? ATTer Tour guarTers oT nerve-racking TooTball, The WildcaTs emerged counTy champions Tor The TirsT Time in IO years .... Then To RoosevelT and The valley championship-This was in The mind oT The WildcaTs, buT in Fresno The dreamboaT was Tipped, and The TaTT eleven emerged on The shorT end oT a 25-I3 score .... Laurels To all-valley Snyder, all-counTy Dykes, all-valley l-laney, I942 capTain Thomp- son, I94l capTain PlaTzek, WrighT, BenneTT, and The resT oT The WildcaTs Tor a memorable season. ACCENT ON POWER . . LeTT picTure: Coach Dean Johnson. PlaTzek. l-leasley, F. BenneT. RighT picTure: CapTain Harold HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL SQUAD. BoTTorn picTure: Back row, Buckley, Pirkle, loppinl Cunningham, Dernicis, Rich ards, Brown: Third row, Coac Johnson, Coach TrouT, l-lowes Murphy, Grissom, Odell, KTS Rockwell, Schimandle, Panner E. PlaTzek, PuTynkowski, Lyons manager: Second row, Do ns B. BenneTT, l-l. PlaTZek, Spurlln Gibson, WrighT, ConanT Thomson, Adams: FirsT row l-laney, Oxford, GarreTT, Dykes Snyder, LeCounT, Wrighl W Don Thompson, rigl1+ guard ne+ , x year's cap+ain. Jim Snyder, fullback, all-counly fullback, mosl' valuable player. Les+er Haney, cenier all valle d I ' YI an second siring all-counly. Dick Dykes, rigl1+ end, all-counfy end. Jack G , , second s+ring all coun+y. arre'H' leff lackle Eddie BenneH', le'H end, second siring all-coun+y. Charles LeCoun+, riglvl' iaclcle. Ray Wrigh'I', leff guard. Gene Oxford, quarferbaclc. Bill Heasley, rigln' half. i High School Page 47 Af- W I "'f M " """" I wg 5 e e V,AA.VV 0 f' M V T f QWWT, y. 3? e, , r .J-19' LITTLE HE-MEN . . . Top picTure: The end of a perfeci' play--Tackle! Leff picTure: Coach Barney SwarTzell RighT picfure: CapTain Leroy WaTTs, quarTerback. LAGUED by inexperienced players and bad luck, The BobcaTs opened Their l94I season away, losing To PorTerville 24-O, buT The nexT encounTer showed diTTerenT resulTs wiTh a vicTory over Visalia .... Welcoming The Triendly roar OT The TaTT grandsTand Tor The TirsT Time The BobcaTs made Their home debuT againsT Glendale, losing a TasT and Turious conTesT 24-O. Seeking revenge, The arTTul BobcaTs pounced upon Their nexT Toe wiTh vicTory as Their ulTimaTe goal. VicTory iT was as The lighTweighT eleven vanquished The Daggers of EasT Bakers- Tield I3-7, on The Dagger's home Tielcl .... ReTurning Tor Their TilT wiTh Delano November I l, The BobcaTs were deTermined To make This anoTher vicTory Tor Their scrapbook. BuT again The cards were dealT wrong, and The BobcaTs were soundly drubbed by a TasT Delano eleven 25-6 .... ATTer Their TilT wiTh Delano The BobcaTs drilled in earnesT Tor The annual Tray ThaT was only Tour days away. AlThough Tired, The boys hir The dummy wiTh a will and a deTer- minaTion To win Their nexT game. T. N. T .... Coach Swarhell lecfures To Claude Walsh before sending him inTo The game. High School Page 48 . y A y fj- OBCATS meel Bakerslieldl Thal headline lells a slory in ilsell, and lo lhe Bobcals il meanl "we musl win." Win lhey did! Led by such slars as all-counly Marvin Keeler, Wayne Slumbaugh, George Cameron, John Borgsdorl, Caplain Bob Page, Frank Wilson, Charles Welby, John Silcox, Claude Walsh, Bob Cook, Leroy Walls, John Pal- lerson, and Pele Gianopolus, lhe Bobcals were lhe lirsl Tall leam lo vanquish lheir lradilional loe .... The ballle belween Bobcals and Sandabs was one lhal will be remem- bered and lold by Tall alumni lor years lo come. The ballle was one ol honor and lame lor lhe viclor and shame lor lhe GENTLEMEN, BUT OH, SO TOUGH . . . ! Marvin Keeler, mosl valuable player, lell hallbaclc. Bob Page, lell guard. Wayne Slum- baugh, lullbaclc. John Borgsdorl, righl end. LIGHTWEIGHT SQUAD. Bollom piclure: Back row, Walralh, Welch, McGee, Dallas, Fischer, Burleson, Abel, Burns, G. Gianopolus, Richards: loser. Aller lour quarlers ol loolball, lilled wilh lhrills and surprises, lhe Bobcals came oul upon lhe long end ol a 7-6 score .... Everylhing musl come lo an end, and lhe I94I loolball season was no exceplion. ln every season lhere are players lhal sland oul above lhe reslg so lo lhese boys some lype ol award is given. The Bobcals had lheir share ol lhe slars, bul above lhe resl rose Marvin Keeler, chosen mosl valuable player ol lhe year, and Bob Page, who received an award lor being lhe mosl inspiralional player ol lhe I94l season. Third row, Coach Swarlzell, Cunningham, Colberl, Richards, Hen- derson, Walsh, Powning, Brown, J. Nichols, Cook, Coach Wall, Second row, Spechl, Blair, Cameron, P. Gianopolus, Slumbaugh, Dubbers, Larson, Mock: Firsl row, Borgsdorl, Wilson, R. Nichols, C. Welby, Walls, Silcox, Page, McGray. Keeler, or H' Auvl I lifi, I I ,pm I In . ff '.i,7 fri I Gkax ,, MP3, C My liflv xiii' HURRICANES . . . B CLASS BASKETBALL. Back row, Cunningham, SPITFIRES . . . C CLASS BASKETBALL. Baclc row, Robinson, Terrill, Gianopulos, Johnson, Lavelle, Bramham, Robeyg Second row, Silcox, Lyons, Miwa, Scoffg Second row, Marfin, Barfholornew, Fredericlcs, Cooper, Pafferson, Kurvinlc, I-lendersong Firsf row, Walsh, Abel Reid, Moclc, McGurfy. Abel, Gaz-vaff, Belcher, Coach Swarfzellg Firsf row, Morris, Williams Neely, Binkley, Reed, I-louse. Hymn, of Me flu fldof Team Opponenl- Opponen+'s Team A B C A B C 24 I2 I8 Porferville 28 44 I I 35 I9 22 Paso Robles 23 8 4 40 23 I2 Maricopa 2I I7 7 29 I4 I8 Delano 27 23 I9 I6 29 I3 Easl' High I4 3I 20 2I I2 I4 Bakersfield I9 28 9 35 I7 I8 Anfelope Valley 2I I5 II 4I 25 22 Wasco 35 3l I6 26 33 I2 Anfelope 25 20 I3 32 I4 I4 Maricopa 2I I6 I5 39 34 30 Easl' High 25 23 I7 3I I3 I6 Wasco 26 34 20 24 32 I5 Delano 47 I0 I9 24 I5 I9 Bakersfield 30 27 I3 25 Bakersfield 44 WELLINGTON BOMBERS . . . A CLASS BASKETBALL. Leff picfure: Baclc row, Conanf, Townsend, Waldie, I-lallg Second row, Barnes, Smifh, Downey, Pruiff, Devine, Bullard, Coach Lee: Firsf row, I-laney, Rock- AFT was also ably represenfed on fhe baslqefball courfs of fhe San Joaquin valley during fhe I94-I-42 school year .... The A-class, led by such sfars as Lesfer Haney, Earl Rogers, Jim Bullard, Franlc Schimandle, Murray Roclc- well, and Harold Plaizelq, had a record of Il wins and four defeafs. This record boosfed fhem info a chance for fhe valley 'rifleq fhis chance was losf fo Bakersfield 25-44. . . . Alfhough fhe B-Class suffered fhe misforfunes of a bad season wifh nine defeafs and six vicfories, fhe C-class was one of high success. The season's record for fhe Kiffens read IO wins in confrasf fo five defeafs. well, Schimandle, Wriqhf, He-asley, Rogers. Righf picfure: Don'f you believe if-fhe picfure was posed. snusamanmswaamim.: s.-., -my-is-fam im-Hmm,fn-ewmwre'fs-wsu:-V.-images: :f:,fs1e',f,.w,:: :f:,-War:-fwwnmfz fr-fwsiwfwmnwgwifhimvwwm wiwgmwmfw:Ygmewmwvisvswseawswamwwwsgfiil HERMES HAD NOTHING ON THESE BOYS . . . A CLASS TRACK SQUAD. Back row, PruiTT, Johnson, Glendenning, Green, Law, Coach Sewellq FirsT row, Hair, Peckham, Howes, Richards, Ben- neTT, Pirkle. RACK also suTTered The same TaTe as baseball in regard To inTer-school meeTs. When hopes were beginning To brighTen Tor a Tine I942 Track Team, The TaTal news Trom The Tire raTioning board arrived. BuT loeTore ThaT TaTal April I, The TaTT cinder- burners meT a worThy opponenT in SanTa Maria, losing The A class I9-83, winning The B class 65-25, and losing The C division 34-42 .... March 28, TaTT runners en- Tered Kern counTy relays in a lasT inTer- school meeTg This Told The Tinal chapTer in The hisTory oT The l942 Track men. Al- Though many TaTT men Took TirsT and second place medals, TaTT Tailed To Take TirsT place in any oT The Three classes .... The re- mainder oT The I942 season was Tilled wiTh handicaps and inTerclass meeTs. FOOTWORK ON CEMENT AND CINDERS . . B CLASS TRACK. Top picTure: Back row, Cun- ningham, EriTzie, Quinn, PeTTy, Culp, WaTson7 Sec- ond row, Jackson, SpechT, Edgemond, Nikkel, Mil- ler, Colebourn, Wall: FirsT row, Burleson, McGurTy, PaTTerson, WaTTs, ColberT, Hannah. C CLASS TRACK. Second picTure: Back row, Spence, House, Binkley, BarTholomew, Springer, Thompson, UpTon, Aros, D. Gibson, Coach Wall, Second row, Lyons, Miwa, W. Gibson, BranT, Kolb, KiTchak, Cole, Moodie, Sipes, McNiche, Richards, MiTchell, Pireso, Gianopolus, AusTin. BoTTom leTT: Eddie BenneT becomes year's sTar hurdler. TENNIS TEAM. BoTTom righT: Back row, Macar, Woods, R. SmiTh, Ward, Barnes, Elder, Van Epps, Ward, FirsT row, Coach Lee, P. SmiTh, Walsh, Agee, Lincoln, Spurlin, Rol::erTs. oaf if Swing .gf I-IAT aThleTe inTeresTed in spring sporTs and inTerschool meeTs does noT remember Pearl I-Iarbor and iTs Tar-reaching eTTecTs7 Because oT The war The I942 WildcaT baseball squad meT only one OT Their Teams scheduled Tor This season. This one game was ToughT againsT Their new rival, EasT BaIcersTield, and aTTer I8 innings oT hiT-and-run baseball The score read II-II .... The rubber shorTage IcepT The horsehiders on Their own Tield Tor The resT oT The season, playing inTramural games and local iaysee .... This year's WildcaTs were sparlced by LesTer I-Ianey, Don Thompson, Ivlervin and Bob Dubbers, Ross Eaves and Jim Bullard .... The goIT season was, and iT wasn'T. The poTenTiaI goITers pracTiced Tor Two weeks, and when The board OT educaTion ruled no Tires, iT indirecTly ruled no I942 golT Team. 4, ANOTHER POINT . . . I Don Thompson slides home iusf in Time. " RAIN To cIeTend your- selves" was The slogan oT The campus in The IaTTer parT oT February and The TirsT oT March as The annual Golden Gloves TournamenT goT under way. The bouTs were TasT and Turious, poTen- Tial pugilisTs slugging away wiTh all They had. When The smolce cleared, a Tew em- erged eligible To wear The Time-honored golden gloves. Following are winners and weighTs: 90, Billy Richards: IOO, Willard Gibson, IO7, Charlie EasTwoodq II2, Bill Bromleyg II8, Diclc BarTholo- mewg I26, Jaclc Waldieg I35, Tony Arosg I47, John Wal- diep I6O, George Van Con- Icelbergeg I75, Paul SusoTT7 heavyweight Jim Snyder. BELLICOSE BA'I'I'ERS AND PUGNACIOUS PUGILISTS . . . GOLF TEAM. Top picTure: Back row, Davis, Cunningham, lvlr. Mullen, Sewell: FirsT row, F. Mullen, Car- michael, Tyne, Kurvinlc, Press. BASEBALL. Second picTure: Back row, Ioppini, Bowman, STraTTon, Amos, Cagleg Second row, Shaw, A. Eaves, Thomas, Miller, Fischer, Conner, Adams, Yancey, Lynch, I-lake: FirsT row, Johnson, Newby, L, Eaves, lvl. Dubbers, B. Dubbers, Thompson, Mor- ris, Neely, Osborne, Kolar, GOLDEN GLOVES. BoTTom picTure: Back row, Gipson, Bivins, I-Iall, Sny- der, SusoTT, Van Conlcelberge, Coach Zecherg second row, lvlorleyez, Mc- Ninch, Bromley, Aros, Waldie, Clin- Ton, McClearyg FirsT row, Waldie, EasTwood, BarTholomew, BarreTT, Roclz- holT, Wilcox, Sullivan. MUSIC IN COLOR . . . SONG LEADERS. ANYWAY THEY'RE LOUD . . . YELL LEADERS. Top IeH: Back row, Shelburne, ThornI'on, Simpson, Top righI': Back row, Jack Brown: Firsi' row, Johnson: Firsf row, Baker, Cearley, Cu'I'hberI'. LiIy Shipman, Leo Fedewa, Theresa VaIenI'ine. ' WITH SHORT PANTS . . . George Hannah 'Finishes I'he an nuaI cross-coun'Iry mee'I'. WINNER TAKES BALL . . . Bob Dubbers makes an able caicher. CIRCUS STUNT . . . Gene Glen- denning Iries a new record. YOU TOO, CAN DO THIS . . . Miss Nora BrancI'I's junior Ierpsi- choreans droop s'I'renuousIy on Ihe Iawn. GABBLE AND GOBBLE . . . Fa'rh- ers are fefed aI' foo'I'baII banquei: Jim Snyder, Mr. Snyder, Mr. Bur- leson, and George Burleson. ESPRESSIVO . . . Pa'r Whi+e and Shirley Curran pracrice leaping on I'he Iawn. we of tAe 30147, 30711 High SchooI Page 55 THE WINDING ROAD OF THE FUTURE . . . Graduafing seniors vic- foriously brandish 'Hweir diplomas. High School Page 54 fgalaif and ana! Wami ana OBSTACLES . . . Helen Offo, Bar- A SPATTERING OF SMALL FRY . . . Girl IT'S IN THE AIR . . . Boys' Federa- bara Sfolces, and Miss Bedford re- Reserves hold a spagheffi feed af Miss fion presidenf, Eddie Bennef, infro- ceive guesfs af fhe Piaerians' arf ' Sfevens' home. duces an officer of fhe naval reserve exhiloif. af an assembly. AS CAESAR SAW IT . . . Miss Baer HI- FELLOWS . . . I Hi Y'ers enioy an- A IT WAS A RAINY DAY . . . Boys shows slides 'Io a group of Lafin club 01-her Successful Qui-ing, wallow in mud af fhe annual fresh- TYIGYTILDSFSZ Hayes, Rider, I"IaV9l'l, man-50ph0m0re 'fanglel Sfoffs, Wood. 2 WHAT A LINE . . . Rafhburn Shel- TAKING IT SERIOUSLY . . . ? Jesse Mc- IF YOU CAN. GIVE . . . John fon and Ilene Brandf gef acquainfed Carfy, Joan Curfis, Zeyn Simons, and Waldie and Arfhur Colberf give a during "Young April." Billy Chrisfensen dance and laugh af 'rhe can fo a worfhy cause af fhe Service Winfer Carnival. Renderer's Chrisfmas food drive. T01 0l'll'ld CUQCQ 612 guy gun? READY FOR SERVICE . . . Jungi, GAY GALS . . . Ewy, Hannah, Kruger, SOUND AND FURY . . . The Boys' Davis, Law, Pirkle, Saulsbury, and Allison, Margarei' Tilley, Thomas, Shugarf, Feder-Hfion S995 6 m0VIe 650'-I+ The Newberry, Hi-Y members, con'Iem- and Richardson lei' 'I'he world know 'chey're 5055+ guard durlng an a55embIY- pIa+e 1'he +asI'e of The food. a+ rhe Girl Reserve par'I'y. NEXT TIME TRY THE HOSE . . . LET'S TABLE IT . . . Ilene Brandi and Hugh GIMME, GIMME . . . I Eva May V. W. Casey, Brandon, Mondell, Gray, Oxford 'find The 'Table a comforlable seal Richardson al' +he freshman -sopho- Tebane, Mr. Ellioft, and Hall warch The in "Young ApriI." more parly crawls over The 'I'abIe 'Io opera'l'ion of The new fire exfinguisher. deposii' her food. 9 !! I E 4 I if I A SMATTERING OF IGNORANCE A SHEET IN THE WIND . . . BeHy Hayes POSING MODEL STUDENTS . . . . . . "TT" Ti+Iey, Shugarl, Kruger, and Jack Wirhrow don Iogas To presenl' a Mr. Reisman and Mr. Borell 'I'ry +o and Reed' members 0-F H19 T, T, club, play for 'I'he La+in club. gel 'I'he Masquer's club in order on pose for The camera. Derrick PIcI'u'e daY' SCENE ON THE CAM- PUS . . . Top piciurez Boys and girls gel' ac- quainied during The Win- 1'er Carnival: BeHy Am- burn, Jeanne Surfluh, Johnny Springer, John- son, Marilyn Keene. Third piciurez The phofography class develops snaps of fellow s1'uden1's: Sievens, Smi'I'h, Ki+e, Dovis, Kirk- pafrick, Hall, Smiih, WaH's Wegis. Second pic+ure: The C. S. F. lines up for 'For iis piciure on Derrick piciure day. BoH'om piciurez Eva Wil- son, Mr. Hannah's secre- iary, proudly shows her Chris+mas +ree in 'rhe main office. as High School Page 57 N x Q54 exp' O N fp S e,fff2f'f77 fy' x xxx QR xx N Q 7266 U Ima eonllflultnq gl - gan 31, W f 4 ee ee! f"'Cf Q of Ss KW if ,X Q ' iQ ff X? ' N I f f " n' Vx 1 D X, 1 .-1 . V H . ' 2,,,,,V.. . 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' - -V V'.,V.,AQ 1 '-1-'Nw' - ., ' is.myvV'nV,,, Q12 ' 4,19 W 9 jafdepd tibia! of J f F?F V O fhe hills we go. R Iffe 'Feeds +he mob. L y WaH's, foofball, uniform, and II Sh I y Baxfer eafs gleefully. ggins, our navy bo C iily Page 0 UI' jzwn f teffi Cornplimenls of BANK OF AMERICA Tall California GARRATT ELECTRIC CO. Conlracling and Eleclrical Supplies IZI9 Lucard SI. Phone I5 Greelings From MIDWAY LAUNDRY 704 Main SI.. Tall, California In Tall Since I9I0 SMITH BROS., INC. Men's and Boys' Clorhing and Furnishings 5Ih and Cenler, Phone 3 I9-J Complimenls of SUNSET RAILWAY COMPANY 4'rh and Main Tall Complimenls of Moclern WESTERN WATER Prosperize Dry Cleaning Scienfific QQMPANY Phone I78 Komlaaniefi Complimenls of BELRIDGE OIL CO. Mclfillriclc, Calif. CHANSLOR-CANFIELD MIDWAY OIL CO. Los Angeles. Calif. Complimenls of E. C. EMMONS SUPPLY COMPANY 5OI Supply Row Tall EMSCO DERRICK, 81 EQUIPMENT CO. Fellows I-Iighway Phone 7 AGEN INSURANCE AGENCY W. A. Broolcs Walf Allen Esfablished I9I2 Complimenfs of A. A. ASHER Cenfer SI., Taff, California BELL'S MARKET 600 Kern Sfreef Phone 438 BINFORD'S DRIVE IN Somefhing differenf, somefhing new, Somefhing good for you ancl you, Won'fcha come over-please do. I-lanlc I-Iarris, Prop. BURNS Furnifure-Appliance Complefe New Sfoclc-All New Telephone 27 4I4 Norfh Sf., Taff, Calif. Complimenfs of BURT 81 STOCK Elecfrical Confracfors 7I2 Cenfer Sf., Taff Phone 74 Connplimenfs of BUTLIN 8: CLARKE 6fh anol Main Sfs. Taff CAMPUS LUNCH I-'Iof Lunches, Millcshalces, Ice Cream, Candy ancl Soff Drinlcs Complimenfs of COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Taff The DAILY MIDWAY DRILLER Your I-Iome Paper 4+h ancl Norfh Sfreefs Phone 760 ERICKSON 8: BROWN Phone 68 300 Lucarcl Sfreef M. R. "RED" FAULKNER Insurance-Boncls FORD CITY EMPORIUM Choice Table Supplies John I-Iellman, Prop. 209 I-Iarrison Phone 608 FOX HIPPODROME THEATRE For Your Finesf Enferfainmenf G. 8: G. CAFE Our Specialty American and Chinese Foods 309 Cenfer Sf. Phone 579 D. G. GALL Oil Well Pumps and Repairs Nafional Oxygen and Acefylene Welding Supplies and Equipmenf 200 Cenfer Sf. Phone 870 GRAND CENTRAL MARKET Baby Beef a Specially 4I9 Norfh Sf. Phone 205 Phone 204 HARBERT PRINTING SERVICE Exclusive Prinfing of Invifafions Announcemenfs Programs 523 Norfh Sfreef, Taff, California Velma Campbell and Margaref Gufhr lxnif 'for fhe A.W.V.S. Jack Wood leads Ihe assembled 'rhrong Up if goesl Bakersfield Jaysee is carried fo The fir fo be burned. Look ef EImer's grinl Community Pug The brawl is an annual evenl. The wailing line, Derrick Piclure day. Wayne Sfumbaugh, Leroy Walls, Marvin Keeler, Bobcef baclcfielcl. Colors is played. Old FaiI'h'FuI! Barbara Gilliclc helps any- Y Wd. mmunity Page 4 Save with Safefy on Your Fire and Aufomobile Insurance Insure wifh HARNES INSURANCE AGENCY THE HOME 8: GIFT SHOP OI The Taff Ice Delivery Company 4Il Cenfer Sf. Taff, Calif. Phone l53-J HOWELL'S Drapery and Upholsfery Shop Venefian Blinds KUSTOM KARL'S SHOES MADE Shoes for fhe enfire Family 4I9 Cenfer Sf. Taff KELSEY'S MARKET Meaf, Groceries, Vegefables 400 Lincoln Sf. Ford Cify Complimenfs of KERN COUNTY BANK Talf-Oildale-Fellows Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion Experf Wafchmalcer Diamonds STANLEY I. KERR Credif Jeweler Wafches 520 Cenfer Sf. Silver Complimenfs of LADIES' TOGGERY Cenfer Sf. Taff, Calif. M 8: M CLEANERS Careful Cleaning Complimenfs of McCARTY BROTHERS Main Sfreef Taff. Calif. Complimenfs of MercecIa's Beaufy Shop, No. 2 Fox Hofel Complimenfs of Merchanfs Associafion of Tafl' Taff, California Midway Insurance Agency Beffy Durbin, Agenf 2I2 4+h Sfreef Taff, Calif. Phone l2I W E. C. MORRIS MUSIC 8: STATIONERY STORE Greefing Cards for All Occasions 422 Center Sl. Phone 5 O. K. MARKET 220 Fillmore Sfreel Taff, Calif. Phone 76 Complimenfs of Orloff Inves'Imen'I' Company Everyfhing for a Home Lincoln and A Sf. Phone I8I Complimenfs of J. R. Minner Pacific Gas and EIec'I'ric Co. If we knew of a beffer fown, we'd go fhere, If we knew of loeffer insurance we'd sell if. CHESTER A. PAGE Realfor-Insuror 522 Cenfer Sf. Complimenfs of PEACOCK DAIRIES Cornplimenfs of J. C. PENNEY CO. 32I Cenfer Sf. Phone 30I PERSONALITY BEAUTY SALON 6l8 Cenfer Sf. Taff Pafricia Basham, Prop. PIONEER CHEVROLET CO. 420 Main Sf. Complimenfs of Pioneer Mercanfile Co. Fifrh and Main Sfs. Taff Telephone 80 Complimenfs of POP SHAW'S CAFE Posfoffice Smoke Shop Fred L. Raymond, Prop. Soff Drinlcs Cigars Tobacco and Magazines Nexf Time TRY RAY'S AUTO SERVICE Aufo, Mechanical, Elecfrical, Car- burefor 84 Speedomefer Service 309 Sixfh Phone 876 Selecf Your Graduafion Giff from Reader's Credif Jewelers Your Jeweler for fhe Pasf 25 Years Reader Bldg. Cenfer Sf. Complimenfs of RICARD'S BOOTERY 42I Cenfer Sf. Phone 598 Telephone I46-M HARRY C. RIDDLE Jewelry-Optomefrisf-Giffs 400 Cenfer Sf. Taff, Calif. Complimenfs of ROCKY'S DRIVE IN Cornplimenfs of RUTH'S FROCK SHOP Cenfer Sf. Taff, Calif. Safefy Cuf Rafe Drug Co. Prescripfion Specialisfs Corner Sfh and Cenfer Sis. Taff Try Safely Eirsl' SAFEWAY Your Neighborhood Grocer Lowesf Possible Prices Complimenfs of SANITEX CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY SCHMIDT'S FOTOSHOP We Develop and Prinf Your Films II2 Eourfh Sf., Taff, Calif. SHANEY'Si Drug Sfore Taff Heighfs Phone I44 -s..,.,.. ,,,,,, The forensics banquef-early sfage. Bluffing again. Maroon T plus halos. Forensics banquef-Iafer slag Lynch, king of swaf. Community Pag Two Girl Reserves los g fh Mr. Howe makes an excelleni' g d 'rh D fh V Il y I' p 6 ea Be LiHIe Iads lazily loung I-h I Thaf's how i+'s done. Pele Gianopolus and George Burleson ouf for pracfice. mmunity Page 6 SPROUSE REITZ CO., INC. 405 Cenfer Sf. Phone 588 GEORGE H. STEWART Druggisf Prescripfion RexaII Pharmacisfs 427 Cenfer Sf. Telephone 46I Sfoffer Funeral Service Ambulance service, Lady Assisiani 50I Lucard Phone I23-J Taff, Calif. F. W. STRICKLER All Kinds of Candy 330 Norfh Sf. Phone 382-J TAFT BAKERY 4I I Wood Sfreef Complirnenfs of Taff Bowling Academy The Home of Ciean Recreafion 6I4 Cenfer Sf. Phone 32 TAFT FURNITURE 81 HARDWARE CO. Two Sfores When In Need of "Furnifure" See W. L. Adlcisson, 409 Norfh When In Need of "Hardware" See Gifford 81 Wilson, 327 Cenfer Complimenfs of TAFT LUMBER COMPANY TASCO AUTO PARTS Locally Owned 305 Cenfer Sf. Phone 43 Taff TOPPER'S DRUG 404 Cenfer Sf. Phone 43 Taff TraI1an's Midway Appliance Company Phone 46 J 2I0 5fh Sf. Taff, Calif. Wagner's Ben Franklin Sfore G. Wesley Wagner, Prop. Taff, Caiifornia WALKER'S STUDIO Porfraifs Phofographic Supplies 507 Cenfer Sf. Tafl' WATKINS' FLOWER 81 GIFT SHOPPE For Your Floral Requirements Telephone 588 4I0 Cenfer Sf. Residence 327-W Taff, Calif. WILSON 8: PRUIETT Men's Wear Taff Calif. WILSON TRANSFER 8: STORAGE CO. Since I920 Moving, Packing, Crafing, Sforage Office and Warehouse 3I4 Main Sf., Taff, Calif. Phone 72 Complimenfs of Wingef Poulfry 8: Feed Sfore Phone 22I I04 Harrison Compiimenfs of WINSLOW MOTOR SERVICE ofh Sfreef Taff, Calif. GEO. F. WRIGHT Compiefe Aufo Body Works' 6I2 Cenfer Sf. Taff, Calif. OM! of j0lllI'L MOJEQPJ Complimenfs of Dieferich Posf Company Re-Upholsfering San Francisco Complimenfs of FRANKLIN 81 KUMP JR. Archifecfs Bakersfield California Mongerson's Elecfrical Machine Works Jobber 84 Disfriloufor Elecfrical Producfs Bakersfield California The Greaf Aflanfic 8: Pacific Tea Company 4-527 Loma Visfa Avenue Los Angeles VALLEY OFFICE 81 SCHOOL EQUIPMENT CO. HELP DO YOUR PART TOWARD VICTORY! Sawyer School of Business 94I Wesfwood Blvd. Wesfwood Village, Los Angeles Also-Downfown Los Angeles- Pasadena-Long Beach Complimenfs of An Old Friend ALFRED HARRELL Bakersfield California Complimenfs of WEILL'S DEPARTMENT STORE I5 Firsf Sf. Bakersfield Complimenfs of Valley Office 8: School Equipmenf Co. Cornplimenfs of WOODBURY COLLEGE Los Angeles California no efsaiona H. R. DYKES, M.D. J. DYKES-JOHNSON, M.D. GEO. W. GARNER, M.D. DR. O. G. HESS, Den+is+ WM. L. McEWEN, M.D. A. R. MOODIE, M.D. BYRON J. THAYER, D.D.S. ommunify Dragan izafionfi Cornplimenfs of Benevolenf 8: Profecfive Order of Elks Taff California American Legion Cecil Thompson Posf No. 63 Fellows, California Complimenfs of TAFT REBEKAH LODGE No. 343 American Legion Sfanley H. Liffle Posf No. 70 Jusf horseplay wi+h fhose fwo fhorough- brecls, Margaref Tifley and "SparIrey" H I B VBFSOTI. Leroy Wa'H's and Raymond Nikkel wifh sly grins pose for 'Ihe camera. Jusf boys. Burrie Weiss and Lois Jorgensen hold hands. Laverne Johnson helps foo! Community Page 7 Wayne Ki'Ie's Iasl remark was iusl loo much. ariafionfi on fke jkeme THE HIGH SCHOOL Adminisiralion Bailard ..... Basham Hannah .,,..,. Johnslon , Pool .,,, .... Slansell ,,,,,,, ,,,..,., Archery Club ,,.,.. ,,,,,, Arl Club ,...,, . A1'hIe'Iics Baseball .,,,,, Foolball ,...,A..., .,...... 6 , 24, Bobcals .,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. Wildcals ...,. Goden Gloves ,,.A,,..,.....,.,,.,,. Golf ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,. Song Leaders and Yell Leaders Tennis ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Track ,,,...,...,,.,. .,.,.,...,....,,.,.,.... .,..,,.. Block T ,.., ........,.. ,,,..,,, Board of Trusiees ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Boys' Federalion ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Boys' Ouidoor Club ,.,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Buildings , ....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,s,,,,, , Classrooms Arl ,,,,,..... .,,,,, Commercial ....,,. .....,,, English ,,,,..,,,.,, Music ..., ,,,,, ,,,,,, Noon Recrealion , Physical Educalion: Boys' ,,,,,,....,,,,.. Girls' ,,,,,,, ,,,, , Science ..,....,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,.,. ...,,,, ,,,,...,,,., Shops ..,. ..,,,,,. ....,.,,,,,,Y ...,....,............... California Scholarship Federafion ,,,,,,,,,,,., Counselors ,,,.,,.,.....,A.,,,..,..,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Derrick ,,,.,..,.,,,.,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,...., 25, 34, Faculiy English .,,,.,,,........Y,. I-lome Economics ..,, Language .,,,,,, .,.... Malhemalics .,,,,, ....YY.Y,,,,,,,,,,,,. Music ,,,,,........Y,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ....v.....Y .YYVVV . Y Physical Educaiion and I-Ieallh ,,..,..,.. Science .....Y,,,YYY,,Y.Y................YYY.VVYY. Shop ..,, ,,,. ..,..... ..YY,,,,YYY,,,,,,A,.. Social Science ,,,,,,,, Forensics Socieiy ..,... ,,,,,,,,,,, Freshman Class .,,,, ...,,... 2 2, Girl Reserves .,,, ,,A,... ,Y..,Y,,, 4 , Girl Scouls ,,,,.,,,....,,.,,,..,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,. Girls' Alhlelic Associalion ,,,.,...,.,. ....,. Girls' League .,...... ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 5 , 30, Gusher ..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,, ...,........,,,...... . . Hi-Y ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, 2 4- , Junior American Classical League .,,.. Junior Class ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, Junior Red Cross... W Masquers ....,.,...,.. ..,,,.,, Page 4 28 4 4 4 4 25, 43 37 52, 53 45, 53 48, 49 46, 47 52 52 53 51 51, 53 41 4 55, 56 41 ..7, 13 14 iii, 8 9 9 8 40 43, 53 58, 9 12, 9 36 5 56, 57 5 6 5 7 5 .,6, 40 7 6 7 36 55, 56 55, 56 , , 29 42 55, 57 33 55, 56 37 18, I9 24, 37 55, 56 Dorofhy ScoH, Annie Mae Slonehocker Member INIGIIOYIGI indulge in an ice cream cone. Praclice makes perfecl. Boys learn +he arf of +I1e oilfields. Dubbers 'fakes his ups. r Community Page 8 Melal Workers' Club ,,,,,,., Music ,,,,,,.,,,,,....,,... Bands ,..,........,,.,.. Drum Corps ,,,, Ensembles ..... .. Glee Clubs ,,,,,,A,, I-lowes , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Alpha Gamma Sigma ,,,,,,,, Alpha Nu Epsilon ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Associaied Men Siudenis ,,,,,,,, Page 41 38 9, 25 38 ., .,,. ,9, I9 Associaied Women Siudenls ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 , 21, 22 A+hIe+ics Baseball ,,,.. Baskelball ,,,,, Fooiball ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Golden Gloves .,.........,.. 14, I5, 21, 22 Song Leaders and Yell Leaders ,,,,,,,,,,..,, I7 Track ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.,..........,..,.,,, I6 Bela Phi Gamma .,... Classrooms .,.,...,,,, Derrick ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Echo .,..,.,,,.,,,,,,.,, Orcheslra , Piaerians .,,.,,,,,,, P.-T. A. ,......,,,,.,,..,s. , Quill and Scroll ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,,, , , School Life ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.s,,.,,,,,,,,, Senior Class ...,,...,. 3, 12, I3, I4, Service Renderers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,ss,,,,,, Sophomore Class .... , S+uden+ Governmenl Ad Board ,.,. ..........,, ,,,,,,,, Coordinaling Council .,... Lesler Haney ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, John Shore .....,.......... 19 14 IO ...,,,,..24, 29, 55 8, 56 15, I6 17, 54 ...,.2O, 21, 24 ,,,,,,14, 28 28 28 THE JUNIOR COLLEGE Adminislraiicn Dessery ,,,,,, Engineers ,,,,,,,, Freshman Class . Maroon T ,,,,..,.,,,,.,,, Music A Capella Choir ,,,,, Music Majors .,,.,, 19, 21, 22 11 11 Trumpel Trio ,,,, ,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W I I Phi Ro Pi .........,.... ,, ,,,,,,,,,,Y,,Y,Y,..,,Y,, ,,,,, , 9 School Liie ....,.....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 3, I3, 19, 20, 22, 23 Sophomore Class ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,sA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4, 6, 7, 21 Siudenl Governmenl' J. C. Council ,,,,,.,,..,,....,,.,,., ,,,,o.,,,,,.,, 4 Womens Alhlelic Associalion ,,,, COMMUNITY Acknowledgmenls W, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,.., , , , Adverlising ,,,,,, .. School Life .,,, ..,., Scholaslic Press Associalion 18, 22 , .,,, 9 2-7 I .qjkanki Lf gueryfAing The Derrick siafi wishes io Thank rhe following people for Jrheir assisrance in producing Jrhe l942 yearbook: Roy Day of The Pomona Progress-Bulleiin . prinfing and binding. Tom Eastmond of The Merropoliran Engravers . . . engraving. Becldolcl Cover Corporarion . . . covers. Mrs. Jean Hardy . . , iyping. Laurence Riirer . . . duplicaling maierial. Member Columbia Scholasric Press Associarion he '.-LL ' ' . -S i"-- - a ' l - , c X . 5' icc,c J .bc,ccc cccc Nd i Sfudenis en+er school by fhe main build- mg. Chesier Dryden and John Shore conducf fhe 'Flag-raising ceremony. There's no fulure in if: Deloris Gray. Marilyn McCleary and Barbara Ewy 'find if iusf 'loo 'Funny for words. Puncfure vine is collecied in hopes for a faf, iuicy "A." Community Page George Hannah, Harry Peckham, and Vernon Howes 'fake if easy. Jack G-arre'H' kicks off. Fa+hers and players complefe a success- 'Ful year's work af +he foofball banquet There's work 'For everyone. Gwendolyn Sfoffs conducfs a Lafin club meeiing. Community Page 10 uw gp . -1 61:4 ' A" f A, 1 -if ,few-f z 4 .jg ffiigv 4, 3 1-of lf' . Q I A 1. bm 1' ix xr? Q .Q 4. ' No wonder +hey're blond. The iaysee has a 'fine fraclr ieam. Mary Fedewa, Belly AbboH, Horfense Cur+is pose in cowboy +ogs. Miss Brandi' coaches Rufh Thorn+on, Pal While, and Shirley Curran. 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