Tustin High School - Audion Yearbook (Tustin, CA)

 - Class of 1934

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My Book ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Art Work George Rlddell, Ioyce Brown Howard W1lson Photography Babe Stud1os Prrntlng Steele Sr MCIHHIS Engravmg Santa Ana Engravrng Company Covers Henderson Cover Company II I WZ, in 4? ANNUAL PUBLICATION h ASSOCIATED STUDENTS TUSTIN UNION I-IIGH SCHOOL c If I FOREWCRD O presenf a fadhful hnsrory of rhe goys and sorrows 'rhe vrdornes +o hnger as a pleasan+ memory fhroughouf 'rhe commg years fo endeavor +o reflecr The frue spurur of Tushn I-hgh and To wm rhe approval of 'rhe sfudenfs These have been rhe foremosr arms of 'rhe I934 s+aff an presenhng our book and defeafs of fhe school year, fo crea+e an accurafe record. GEORGE J KYLE DEDICATION O one who ns suu+ed +0 Hwe splruf of explorahon and advance mem' +hrough The expernence and knowledge of scnence as nnsplrahon +0 sfudenfs To work Toward honor sclwolarshup and cooperahon, we deducafe wx+l1 grahfude and sincere apprecuahon 'Hnus l934 Auduon porhayed by a polar fhemey fo fhe clignify of one who is an EXPLANATION OF THEME V 1 mder r Q e r every e f Nor Gr eccomf Mb Dm mn oraef fo fur he a per ef produdr We Hwe sfaff of We I934 Auduom have dwosew mf no deas advwc 'me an CJVIIQF Umfifr fC Q ink f'O3GVT'N HERE is CP , 1 lying 'Sea C +FC'F b H d - fgzi Ce ON ' 14 is M, Jr' ' r f J , , l , , 1 We shdy of 'ne Pcxar rfjcms, WHO we fee porirays We ' ,Q 3:-fri? ol TUSVF, f.EQ"f',i J new ' , W 1 C P2 3 C' ' 1 'Q ,e+fakf1-'KKK 'a F: :R LI 2. DIVISIONS OF BOOK Adm1r11st1'at1on Classes Athletics V School Life In . . . H. III. Activities IV. ' g W A f K 1' 1 , wr' My 'X Wfw x , Aff-'Qi if if Ow- M3 V19 AIIIDIIMMNISGHUIRQLMIIFHIGDN , , N ' X lf! A U. 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I u O markeT squares Today presenT The pncTure of human belngs auchoned mTo slavery yeT human bondage and oTher crimes sTnll exnsT You sTudenTs wnTh your alerT mlnds and seeing eyes know ThaT ugly crimes Tlournsh because cuTnzens ToleraTe corrupT oTTlcers an many public poslhons You know ThaT hundreds oT Thousands are bound by The Tear and The hopelessness of noT berng able To make a respecTabIe llvung Through Their own honesT eTforTs You see The morale of Those abouT you broken by low moral sTandards Are you goung To accepT The challenge7 Wnll you Tram your munds so ThaT you can reason clearly abouT whaT as r1ghT and wrong7 Wall you Take each seemnng Taulure as a means of maknng TuTure eTTorTs more successTul7 Wnll you love your nenghbor as yourself and courageously follow your purpose To sTruke a wrong and sTrnke IT hard7 If so you wnll have begun To correcT evuls abouT you You wull have have begun your career as a leader EMMA B HIELD A- -R .. 4 " " '-CII' - L " Q?" " A T- 'V "f ' ' ' I: f: ::.I'."f--.- --FL' '1',-'.fI.- 'L' J f fl 'RQ ' I if . 612 f I L I ICQ -I IRS I Ln ICMA 1 ,I -any-Im, 3.1 -. 1 ,W Llmet... sz . -II. : " ::.'-,- E 1 ,- .. :f-L'Q:7- - . . .. ' THE FACULTY FIRST Row PAUL COLBURN lnduslmal arls swImmIng MARY MCVEY MusIc MAY ROSE BORUM Drama EnglISh MADGE STEVENS MUSIC SocIal problems GEORGE J KYLE Smence ROBERT KORFF EnqlIsl'I ma+lIema+Ic:S boys allIle'rIcS CLARA MACOMBER EnglISlI VIN EVT l-luMESToN l-lIs+ory boys a+l'I GlICS STELLA YOQUM MallIema+IcS g ls llw lehcs CHARLES BRISCLJ lndus+rIal arls SECOND Row MAY GREEISILEAE Arl ALICE MAXSON Enghslw gIrlS educalwon JAMES BLEE l-lIS+ory general Spamslm EST ER BYRNE Sludy hall a+In GRACEA S'-ll.ILTS Malhemahcs plTysIca SCIENCE FOLIRTEI Row ELSIF K DALY Scamslw RALPH W COLE Boys plwysucal educa hon varSITy coach FL RENCE LINDBLOM l-lome GCOUOVTWICS ERNEST BYRNE Comme-rcIal boys a+l'I leTIcS ELSIE C l'lLILL Scuence Twelve l 1- X .. - I o I . . . - I 5 H 3 . 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T221 . .flkff g .--w f w:ze'mf:v-grim - , " r""'A X STUDENT BODY ACTIVITIES AT The close of The school year of I934 The AssocuaTed STudenTs oT TusTnn Umon l-lngh School TelT The Ioy oT a Taslc well done Througn cheerful sTudenT cooperahon, wulllng assnsTance on commlTTees and The upholdung of scholarly sTandards The oTTlcers of The AssoclaTed STuclen+s were able To TurTher Thelr numerous progresslve ldeas The Annual Rube Day was declcled upon Aprll 5 and held The Tollowung day In splTe of The cornparaTlvely shorT noTnce The evenT was enTlrely successful The Sensor class Tollowmo In The TooTsTeps of Their predecessors, won The Rube Day Plaque Tor The largesT number of sTudenTs an cosTume Thus year The sTudenTs purchased dlmmers Tor The sTage a long needed Improve mem, and successfully carrled ouT several rousing campaigns Tor sTudenT oTT1cers Axudlon Weelc and BroadcasTer sales The splruT and enThusrasm oT The AssoclaTed 9TudenTs ln The many underTaklngs of The year I934 could noT have been TurThered wnThouT The wllllng cooperahon and loyal school spnruT Trom The sTudenTs Themselves STUDENT BODY OFF-IC:RS George Bron er presrdenT second semesler Donald Warscn 1 e presrdeni second s rnester Joyce Brown sacrerary llrsl semester Charles Forbes Treasurer lrrsl sernesfer Ida Grrfflrh parllarnenlarrar Trrsf sernes ev Paullre Swan' Tr asurer second sem sler Vnrqurna Lawrerc se rela y seco d semesfer Tl'ora Francns Yell leader frrsi and secord sernesfers Belly Perrln song leader flrs' sernesfer Carl Baylock parl amenlarran second Sernesfer Jack Runnells sorq lc-aoer s cond ser'-esfer Edsel Blerbower yell leader 'I lnrteen , V4-I , Q C I 6. G' . . . . I . ' . TOP ROWW-lLeff To Riqhfl-Jeff Richards, vice pvesidenf firsf semeslerg Willard Sfearrs, presldenf, flrsl serneslerg mutcuz GIEHIQQLXQWQIPIIEBQWE M .M I wmmmxmwmrlm ' 1' , , ze f -1 I "f WV - -A , , M 0, . W2 ,f ' sr : ni. E l Q. mls.. MISS MAY ROSE BORUM Advasor BOB ADAMS Hts tongue xv cloqucnt C ass Pres I Chrnstmas ay n as ctball C ass reas Broa caster Assocuate Edutor 4 Glee Club I Orchestra 4 Lettermen s ub 3 AUDLEY ALLANSON itxll uatev 'runs dccp HARRY BEALL H has shoun hnnscl scholar Entered from Lancaster Hugh 4 Scholarshnp Socuety 4 Sen lor Life Savmg 4 CARL BLAYLOCK Hu rnxnd prohts unto th mu t unknown Broadcaster 3 Assnstant Stud ent Parlnarnentaruan 4 Class Parlnamentarnan 4 GEORGE BRONNER Then ns calmntss about his I adcrshlp Assrstant Student Presldent 4 Class Presndent 4 Broadcaster Ed 4 Class Par: mentarlan 3 Gee Cub S anush Club 2 3 4 Le er men s Club 3 4 Lucky Jade oot a asretball 3 4 Trac smmmg 2 3 a eball 3 4 B Footba as etball Trac ootball Swlrnrmng I Tr Ck Basketball Szxleen VINCENT L HUMESTON Advusor IDA ALDERMAN She has a Latm beauty Assocuate Edntor Broadcaster 4 Audnon 3 Scholarshup Soc 4 Spamsh Club3 4 Hokums u ennu Oh Kay 3 Chrvstmas roqram he Lu Ja c 4 CARL ALLISON HL haw capability and un cunts Edntor Auduon 4 Assocnate Edltor Broadcaster 3 Spanish Club2 3 4 Presrdent3 Class Presldent 2 Class Treasurer 4 A Football 3 4 Lettermens Club4 Orchestra I 2 Schol up Society I 2 3 4 President 3 Phantom Dlrlgu C S F Seal Bea GLADYS BERKHEIMER Shc ns a jolly companion Spanlsh Club G-lee Club 4 Holrums 4 Merely Mary A n 4 DONNA BOOTHE Hu jrnml uays are kxndlw ways ec Club 3 4 Chrlstmas ogram I 2 The e s of Capnstrano 3 The Lucky Ja e 4 JOYCE BROWN Hu sweetness has a staunch 71 SS Class Secretary l 2 Assasta f Student Secretary 2 4 Class Treasurer 3 Glrls League Sec re ary 3 G roadcaster 3 Audnon c olarshnp ocnety 3 annsh Club 2 3 4 Bas a ckey I 2 4 ba 4 Swumrnm I Z 3 4 I , g ' ' API I, 21 Audio 2, 33 Tennis I, 2g "D" B lt I, 2, I 'I' . 31 D d 3, 4, " Cl , 4. ' 2 ' ' , , ' 3, 41 Latin Cl by T 's l, 2, 3. : " " : ' F 41 "T clry d " . ar-sh: ' ' , ,' ,' , Vice ble" 41 . I. . rer. I " c H 1 f a n " . I " . '. c GI I I , g ' Pr I , , 3, 41 " B ll 'lr s v N -A d ,, . I 3, 4, ltor 3 V Vd- ' g I I 45 H D A . . : ff ' , " ' 41 "A" F 'bill 3, 4, "A" - I ,' I 5 I ' , , "A" If 43 , . , - A - B1 SW , .. ,a - 41 HAZ, + 7 '. A. A. 2, 3, 4: "B" B kl I 2: "B" lf gh , ,3 . 21 "C" F Ig "C" , J I ' k ' . . I ,,C.. 6 I, Sp , , , et- .,D.. ' I ' b ll l, 2, 3, 41 Volleyball I, 2, ' 3, 45 Ho , , 3, 3 Base- ll I, 2, 3, 1 ' A Q xgwmwwwfwwfffrfsq 1 II W I ... I N ' ..... Sahara JACK CAMPBELL He quxclly go about s hmm ss RUTH CAWTHON Sh has an arch and clhvh ace ee Club I 4 Spam ub 2 HAZELBELLE COMER Her pndr, m othus IS un sclpsh Spanish Club 2 3 4 I-lolcums anlom Dlrlglble Merely Mary Ann 4 G A 4 Basketball 2 VolIeY 'Ienms 4 KATHERINE COOK thoughts amsh Club Z Prcsldenf 4 Auduon 3 Schol arshup Socnefy I 2 Baskefball ockey I 4 Base A A nnls I DOROTHY CRANFORD She s a quxck and en rg ru scump up 2 4 Gu ls Lea ue Presudenf 4 Chrlslmas Program efball 4 all 4 Hoclc A A VICTOR De8ROUWER Hxs humor lou h s us all G ee Club I 2 Leffermen s C ub C up The Phanlom Durnqlble Foo ball r ck B Base a oiball 2 ck 2 MARIAN CARSON She conquers a world un obzrusw ly Gee Club 2 3 4 Hokums 4 Bells of Capnsfrano 3 The Luc y Jade 4 e Phantom mglble Volley a Merely Mary Ann 4 JACK CHAMBERS Hrs umbltxons go higher than uould hal u now Chrlsfmas Program I 2 Glee Club I 2 Counf and Co ed e e o a ad Oolball 2 Foot a JACK CONNOR HL combines dcpcndablllty wlth HI rrimult B Foofball 2 Sfage Crew 3 4 Mgr Sfage Crew MILDRED COWAN Y 'UUICL IS SWL I e e ov' Bagdad Counf an o ed s Capusfrano 3 The Lucky Jade 4 Chrusfmas Program BARBARA CRAVATH Her hear! and soul are uhlu she do s Spanish Club 2 3 4 Holrums 3 4 Scholarship SOCIETY 2 G A Baskel a V eyball 3 4 Baseball 2 ockey 2 3 Te GENEVIEVE EUSTIS uh oj the uor a 1. turn L1 by I Lomcnn tluux olarshlp Soclery I 2 3 Spamsh Club 2 4 e Club I Musuc Memory Team 2 Orchestra 4 Chrlsrmas Pro gram 4 Assuslanf Sfudenf Ac cornparusf 4 Seventeen I , I III?3I,II,I,,is.,I1 II I . I-TI -, f I .. 9 A 1 ,I A-?'I+Is,Z,1,,., -Q' ,I ' an I st 1 '- 1 4- -3, M, x 1 I I IIIIII, . ,Icy -..- I, I I JIM if " as hx. I E .I . 1 : I " g"Th ' D" ' " 4, b ll 4, .. C I -I I GI , 3, g 'sh CI , 3, 4. hu - -c y u Ii 21 "B ll ' f B ga " nfs" F 1 "C" b II I. 4, "Ph ' I " 4: A. 1 . 32' I I ball I, 2, 3g Hockey I, 2, 35 2. . : . I 4. "Kitty thinks har own Sp ' ' , cs. A. A. 2, 3, 4, volleybgllu, 2, 3, 4, H , 2, 3. I ball "Hu ' . I, 2, 3, 4, G. . . Pres.I "B ll " Ig " Te ' ,2, 3, 4. d. C- " 2: "Bell of 2, 3, 4. ' Cl' I , 33, :I 'r ' g Ig Bash ' I, 2, 3, gvol- . , "' Ieyb I, 2, 3, 3 ey l, ' I I I 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 , 3 ' ' I3I G. . . I, 2, 3, 43 43 . A. .g b ll 3, 4, oll I I I3I 45 H , , 41 nnls 3, 4. I If C .I I I I' I " AA ' "Q "B" I Ig "B" Ta lg " " b Il Ig T53 Fi' 3, 4. ' 3' 41 A ,Tr ,W 4.14 Sch I' ' , , , 4, ' I , 3, ,G-Ie N '3,a,,fgE'fglErf?51aswrFA25!2d"H?,f5g ,ry Jfffmijgg if 5 3 I -s RB I. CHARLES FORBES 1 Il I 111 U1 t 11 rl hum mu Class Presnderwf 4 Lellermen s Club 4 Clap 4 Assrslanl Slud en Treasurer 3 4 B oo Bas e a ack 3 4 A Foolba HELEN FURGASON p1 I md alh I Gee Club 4 G A ennls 4 Baske ockey I 4 Baseball ILA LEE GOFF H1 Iowaltw 04.3 pamsh Club 2 creiary 4 G A A eyballl 4 Base 4 Heck nx tl 4 C MARJORIE GOWAN H r aacavnplnhm me b p u h 1 taluntx BroaocasIer3 Audnon 3 4 Hokurrrs 2 3 4 Spannsh Club 3 4 Glee Club 2 Chrlslmas Program 2 Oralorlcal Confesl Counl and Co ed K y 3 The Torchbearers 3 e Phanforn Drruqvble erely Mary Ann 4 rua D Capo 4 LUCILLE GRISET L7 H M751 1 Jxnannl xx Stun G A A 4 Scholarship oc: I Lalm Clu u lon 4 kums 2 Kay Merely Mary nn Arla Da Ca o key 3 4 Swvmrn a 4 all Z 3 B bal CHESTER HIEL mlumi av hu p xx 11. Broadcasler 4 Entered Hun? mqfcn Beach 4 Lxghteen DAVID FORNEY I. ns urxurxle uluug man IYILS Class Presudenr 2 Class Treas r 2 Lellermens u 2 3 4 Vice Presldehl Assoc: afed Sfudenrs Class Secre 4 anrsh ub Chrrslmas Program I 4 Glee ub e e of Bagdad Lucky a e Phanlom Dcrlgl e VIRGINIA GARMOE f1U'I4XY'ILKX Broadcasfer 4 Christmas Pro ram 4 panxsh Club 3 chesfra I 2 T s I all 2 3 Foolbal Ban The Lucky Jade 4 HOWARD GOULD um hrs nlgux rmlodw lumblu IDA GRIFFITH Im 1 und Lupu L Asso laled Sludenf Parlnamen Iarlan 4 Auduon 4 Broadcasl Spamsh Club3 4 G A 2 3 4 Glrls League Trees u r 4 Gnrls League Parlra menlaruan 3 Hokums 3 Maye F fe I Merely Mary rm ckey wnmrmnq l 2 4 Base o e al 4 Ca rlarrvenfaruan I 2 JOHN HASKELL HL S accnmte and lhm ough .vc olarshvp Socnefy I 2 3 Spamsh ClubZ 3 4 Orange County Fomrrvercnal Conlesl 3 4 Soufherrr Calulorma Com mcrrnal Conffxsl 3 4 Orches 4 Typmq Ex Iron 4 HAZEL HIEL L1 talents luv L Iltzmrx arwsh Clubl 2 3 Enler Hunlrrqforr Beach 4 - 'ff-' ' , - r-.mr " ' J " "Fu I hm ducdl ul ' I , hu 1ur1. x hlc ' H' .' H .' - 1, V. I . I l I l l, 3 " " F Ii ure I, 3 l ' Clb ball 33 "B" k Ib ll 43 "A" , . 3 I I '- Tr , 3 " " ll 4, 3 - I'aryA 3 Sp ' Cl 3, 43 Cl I, 4, Tennis If z,' 3, 4, B Il " lg " J d " 43 " " '- bl " 4. "Shes u ty L In C." I 3 . , A. 2, 3, 43 T ' I, 3, 3 Iball l, 2, 3. 41 VUll9Yl35ll l. 2, 3. 47 "Shu ham CIIIIYKICICYISIIC gm' H , 2, 3, 3 .3 I, 2, 3, 4. 3 ' - Q : S ' . 4: Or , 3 enni 3 Bas- kelb , 3 l d3 4' c U' j shl c. m ll xhc J S ' , 3, 3 lass Se 3 . . . 3, 43 Voll , 2, 3, 3 ball I, 2, 3, 3 ey I, 2, 3, 4. "F1 H I - .' ' U' U c ' . c . cf s c li u ' , I - I I , ' . Hg: -1 ff - hl'," 27 I ' U 23 ',',OI1 er 33 l ' l , 3 .Ai 5 I I - ' ' , "Th ' ' ' " 43 ' ' I ' r I - A "M " 3 "A ' re '- , 4, a " . e , -- ' ' A " 43 Ho I, 2, 3, 43 S ' ' , , 3, 5 ball UH' ml d ls un .'naI ly ll vb -l 2' 3' l ss u-hu I- V- I: , . 'df' ' ' ' . . . 3 ' S '- ely , 2, 3, 43 ' b 23 A d' 3 Ho , 3, 43 "Oh " 33 " -- ,- , , A ll 42 ll ' D l' 41 Hoc I, 2, , 3 ' Inq f h 7 ' 4. 3, 43 Volleyb ll 2, 3, 1 Bas. . , 1 ' ' ' kefb , ,4g ase I 2, 3, 4. I ' -' l I In I 2, 3, Q mmf "M ' '. c . Iul.u HH' H . 1 1 zu th' So , , 3 ed HBP' MARY HINCHMAN Cum ntlonulltx lv u in Spanlsh Club 2 3 4 Hoc ey 4 Volleyb 3 w ng 3 G A DOROTHY HUTTER Sh maker frlmds wlzh all who pau anlsh Club 2 4 Club 4 Chrlsfmas Program 4 e Lucky Jade 4 Senlor Llfe Savlng YUKIYE KITASAKI Ikllh exqulslle grace 3 dances Enfered from Excelslor 3 Chrlslmas Program 4 Te Lucky Jade 4 Glee Club V eyball 3 4 Baskefball 3 Hockey 3 Bas ball MARY LAGIER cv cmrlpctulca. lv pr Aol! Y OLS Glee Club The Lucky Jade 4 Chrlsfmas Program 4 IRENE LAWRENCE Her comrades n w h 1 ghtmg xplrlt Broadcasfer 4 Spanlsh Club 3 4 Glrls League Treasurer G Cl ee Club I 3 4 Baskef al ockey I 4 Base WALTER LIMBAUGH H c debonalr Glee Club 4 Chrlsfmas Pro gram 4 Lucky Jade 4 Bas efball 2 B Track 2 a eball 2 3 A Trac .2 al-AW 4" M534 'SJ' E TILL . PHIL HOMER Has placldlty ls restful ln u uorld of hurry Gee Club I 3 4 Orchestra 3 Leflermens Club 3 e e of Bagdad els of Caplslrano 3 The Lucky Jade 4 Chrlsfmas Program ac ck 3 ns Foofball 4 Baseball 4 DALTON YOUNG To construct to bulld ls hrs mm oofball I B Fool a A Foolba 3 4 Le er men s Club 4 FUJIE KODAMA She possesses a scholarly Enfred from Sanfa Ana Schol arshlp SOCIETY 3 4 Baskelball 4 Volleyball 4 Hockey 4 VIRGINIA LAWRENCE c p1U1LS h -r abllltw on ld and m claw: S olarshlp Soclefy I 2 3 4 ASSOCI6f8d Sfudenl' Secrefary 4 Audlon 4 Spanlsh Club 2 A A Treasurer Glrls League Secrelary 3 G-urls League Presldenl 4 Bas all I 4 Volley eball I 2 3 4 Class ary 2 Cllp 2 ELEANOR LEIHY She s sportsmnnll e and LMT ln Club Spanlsh u 4 Hokums G A M F e 3 Fo 5 3 Phan om lrlmble Merely MGFY nn 4 rla Da Capo 4 elball I 4 Vo H ckey I 2 Wlfnffllnq nnls I IORMAN MENNES 5 :ul nts do or I ordmurv charm Is Holu-ns 2 3 4 Broadcaster 4 Torch Bearer S aff T nnls 4 Spanlsh Club 2 3 4 Kay Merely Mary Ann 4 N meteen Ea fe 4 his , . ' Y- 29' J t w I 3 9 ,. 4, Y T .,....3.- . ,,.,,,,,., e..:l- am, . ez " 'e U' . .l . I V I k I, Z, 3, 5 all g S im- mi 3 . . A. , .. l I , , gl I 2, : ' . 4: "B ll H " lg "B l l, 3, 4, ks" Tr ll l, 2, "A" H na , 43 Teni 2, 3, "A" Sp ' , 3, 3 Glee "Th I " 1 ' ' -'Qu F ' 1 " " b ll 25 " " ll , , ll - " I H he . I ,I h' " 2 4: oll , 3 , " I 47 . 41 8 3, 4. mmd and a frlevldly Splut," "H- - --- . f- "sly -- 2 5 lvl all .hu ll H fig 1 I I I ch l . . . I 31,43 G. f , 32 lelb , 2, 3, , 'ball l, 2, 3, 43 Hockey I, 2, 3, 43 Bas . . . 1 Sec- rer 1 ' , 3, 4. g U lg o e : I ' H I4 . : A ' .I - . 4, . A. A. 2, 3, 43 l'p 4, I-al li Cl b GI I l I b I 3, 3 3, 43 . :I A. l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, 2, Q. 41, BYU el ,, li Oh H , 2, 3, , ball Key, IH lk ,, I I l, 2, 3, 4. D , ,41 ,, A ' : 'A 7 Bask , 2, 3, 2 llev- I-wall I, 2, 3, 43 o , , 3 41 S' ' I, 2, 3, 43 Te ' , 2, 3, 4, I " I " I "BT 4 B If dana: 'IHI e 11 le ln S . : , . V .Y 3 Z " A I I " 4, P ' : ' , . : "Oh " 32 " 'ff' II as an I s, ETAKUKKWYFWW JJ- rv er M , L LOIS MURRAY S s tall and 1111 H um!Z 3 4 Glee Club 2 La C 2 Class Secrefary 3 Count an Coed 2 The Be Is o Capuslrano 3 Merely Mary Ann 4 The Torchbearers ol eyball 3 4 Base 3 Tennis 3 4 Baskefba MARJORIE NEWCOMB Her voice as ull of grace and light Gee Club 2 4 I-lokums 2 3 amsh u Chrusfmas Program 4 Broad casfer 4 Count and Co ed ay The Luc y ade Merely Mary Ann 4 SOPHIE PADIAS Hu good humor ns coma gnous anish Club 2 4 a e I G 4 all I 4 Volley o eball l EDGAR PANKEY L Q rxub rant and nur gczxc Glee Club I 2 3 Lelfermens Club 2 3 4 Presidenl Hokurns 4 Class Presldenl 2 Broad casler 3 Toaslmasfer Junior Senior Banque? 3 Assocualed 'ludenl Vice Presidenl Schol p Soclely I 2 4 Au I 3 4 Presndenl Spanish Club S hor Lv e avin Belle o Bagdad Counl and oed Be s of Canis rano ay e Torchbearers Phanlorn :rumble Merely Mary nn" g "Aria Da Ca o . DOUGLAS PERRIN " f s micr 1n'111' ment." e ermen's Club 3, 4g ' oofball 3, 4, "B' Foolba 3 "A" Baseball 3, 43 Swimming , 45 Trac . HUBERT PIETY " thx I frlcvxcu, . mlm lumps." " " Foolball 5 " " Trac , q" " rac g"B" oo- ba 43 Swimming Mana er Twenty CAKES NEWCOM HL expresses has humur in comic caricatures ARTHUR NISSON Ha whous 41 help ulv xrlt Class Vice Presndenl 3 road cas er 3 Spanish Club 2 3 4 Leffermen s Club 4 Orcheslra I-lo ums 3 C Trac rack T ac nnns2 3 B Foolba oofball 3 A Bas e b 3 LOREN PAGE H has xalor rm thi. trac Glee Club 3 4 Lellermens Club 4 Chrrsfmas Program 4 e"s of Capisfrano 3 he uc y Jade 4 C Fool a oo a Foofball 4 B Track Track 3 4 Swimming 2 BETTY PERRIN May :hc climb ax hugh a her Lxpcctatrons Associafed Sludenfs Song Leader 3 4 Class Yell Leader Ma Fee Phanlom Diriqible 4 Baslrelball ckey I, 2, Vo Ieyball . AUDREY PIEPER " 'rc as a surtness and a mdrimcc about her." ee Club I, , 3, 4' Orc - 3, ,Sp 'hClub2, ,q Broadcasler 3, Chrislmas Pro- Gram I, 2, 4, Class Vice resi- denl Ig Class Secrelary 3 A - sojaled Sluderrl Accornpanislg Girls' Leanue Parliamenlarian 4' Music Play Day, Scholarship Sociely: "Merely Mary Ann ': Accompanisr for 'Counl and Co-ed"g "Bells ol Caoislrano 'g " e Luclry Jadeuj " K " 3. PETER PLUMB "His shy-ness is endearmgf' Broadcaster 3, 4, Hokums 43 amish Club 2, , g " a " 7 ac , , 43 Sw' - 'ng I, 7 "B" Foolba 3 "B" Baskelball . sm -. N 1 Hx V I WW ffbf., -3 ? g., . '-'iii -'J'-gk, ' I m Q f , --- . -Q ' ' l.- , . ' I ' I l I ' Bda gl . 4 11 +2 ' W. ' . ..-If: f -,:-.1T.e- - .ll 'ph' " "Chnl ' 'df' ok , , , 33 G. A. A. 4, fin lub I, 'au - " , " ' I f 3,v I' I, , , ban ,. , , . I, , ' , , II 2. ., I' I ,. f I ', . . 4, Sp ' CI b 2, 3, 4: 23 "Oh K " 35 " li I I E ' J " 4, " I 5' I - - I ' up I ,-4, Il, "B" T 2, "A" r k 3, 4g Te ' , ,4, " " ll 2, A- . , "A" F , " " I+- all . Sp ' , 3. 2 M v Fel , , A. A. 2, 3, , Bas- kefb , 2, 3, 1 ball I, 3, 41 H clcey I, Z, 3, 45 H C - ' ' Bas , 2, 3, 4. -. I "B . I ' " 3 "T V C ... L I " 1" " b in - lg "B" F Ib ll 2, 35 "A" . . -I ' I " U Zi "A" arshi , , 5' d'on 31 e F 'f S ' gg " " I . 5 f " lg " I - c V " 2, " ll '- I " 33 "Oh K " 31 "Th , Q " 3? " l, 21 y l lg " D" ' " 43 " ' 'l I l. 32 A 4 p " 4 Ho l I The 'I HL ha an I GI 2 , hes L ll 'A" fra 4 anus 3 4 F ' ll 2 P 3 k 4 s ln pa If S hu Th Oh I c I B I al 2 3 A T II4 F I II q 2 3 4 Sp 3 4 Oh K y 3 Tr k I 2 im mi 2 4 ll Z 2 N QR, HKUWWHWMW .., lealfmllmlltllb, LLOYD SIEVERS mn nus 15 hu stgrmg qualxtv ee Club 3 B s o Caprsfrano 3 Chrnsfmas Pro gram 4 The Lucky Jade 4 JACK RUNNELLS A dblllfy Is hxs vmddl YILUYIC Gee Club The Lucky Jade 4 Lellermens Club 4 olball I 2 3 4 Basket 4 Swum HOWARD SPANGLER He s an all around sports man ocfball B Bas e+ F o a A Baskelball 2 4 Baseball 4 Lelfermen s u RICHARD SHOWALTER HIS mmd leaps urrh to pwgreu DAVID SHEPARD Hxs mule Is complacent WILSON SEACORD Though slouness Is Is holy! hes quxc upon the e ClIp 2 3 4 Leffermens Club Foo? a as e a eiball 2 3 A Trac Basebal NELSON ROGERS I. slugs I stu cuts lnsun amsh Club 2 4 ub I 3 4 Chnsfmas Program I 2 4 Assocna ed Sludenf Song Leader I Belle o agdad The Coun an Coed 2 Bells of a Isfrano 3 The Lucky Jade ay The an forn DIrIgIbIe 4 Class ce PresIdenf I Lehermen s Club F ofball 3 4 Track 4 MARY BELLE SHERIDAN r wut Is I I. juv u fmmis GIFl5 League VIce PresIdenf 3 Broadcasfer 3 Hokums 3 A 3 4 Spamsh 3 4 The Phan om DIrIgIble Ana Da Capo 4 Baskelball 4 Hoc ey 4 Base a 4 Swlm 4 n 4 JOHN SAUERS Hzs populanty hes m hls good humor Class VICE PresIdenI' 4 Span Ish Club Slage Crew Leflermen 5 Club 4 Glee Club Be ls of CapIsfrano e Lucky Jade 4 oo? Baskefball I Bas ROBERT SMITH Th rr s I1 depuudabnlxlv ubuut hIm Spanush Club 2 3 Hokums 3 4 Broadcasler Merely ary Ann 4 ack Z Tennls l 2 Lelfermens Club 4 Scholarshnp SOCIETY 4 BETTY SEELY She has a specxal brand COTIJIT and coed 2 cs-Iee Club2 SwImmIng 3 4 Span ISl'l Club 3 4 Hockey 2 LESLIE POLLARD Hu 3 a YCIICCVII felluu. Twenty one , , . ' 'f 2 K1 .' ,-' ek, ...D U Q 5 --I: ku.. , ,I GI 'A , 4,"' ell f "H, H . he II 5" ' " Sp ' I , 3, 3 Glee Cl , 2, , , ' . . : ' I I B " lg " ' I I a - " , " C pv 4, "Oh Ii " 3, " Ph - . " A " , vi Hi" C 3, 4, o , 3 I 4, " . Fo '. , . , ball H I I, 2, 3, , ' ming 3, 4. Plf H II' , fhcr 6. . A. , , ' ' Club . z" I " 47 -"Merely Mary Ann" 43 4- ' . I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, , I 2, , b ll "B" F Ig " " I - I, 2, , ' ming 3, ,Ten- ball lg "A" O fb ll 2, 3, 4, is . 2, 3, , I 'I Clb 2, 3, 4, " ' ' , ' 3, 4, 4, " I " -- 3, "Th '- , p . ball I, 2, 3, 4, , 2, 3, 45 Tennis I3 eball 3, 4. ., I H I I V " I M A " 5 Tr , 3, 41 .. H , of 'L , h ' I .fl - . I, 2, 3, I4g' "A" I3 ll I, 2, 3, 4, "B" B III, ll Ig "A" Bask , , 4, " " I I, 2, 3, 4, "A" I I, 2, 3, 4. -Q, M Wm 3, I 4 X 'lwamwvwwwfwfig .I W., ELL ,M In , Lv fi, WILLARD STEARNS A lsmpemmental but I: 1 I Ll :A Assocnaled Sludenls Pres:den1 Class Presnds-nl 3 Cass V:ce Presldenf 3 Broadcasler 3 Aud:on3 4 Spanush b o urns B Ile of gdad ounl' and Coed e Lucky ade a 3 Merely Mary nn oofball 4 Track ALTA MAE TETER Hue x a wmsomc CTLKIIIATC e e of Bagdad I Cour: an Co ed 2 Bells of ap :sframo 3 Chrlsfmas Progra G ee Club DOROTHY WILSON Hun' and Inart sunny gn Ii Ho urns 4 Tennus 4 Baskel STANLEY WILSON H Lhuv ullv ihoulduw 1 :pm:x:h:I:t: Edrfor Broadcaster 4 Assocrale :or 3 okurns amsh Club 2 4 C s Vuce Presudenf 4 Aud:on I 4 Oh Kay 3 Torchbearers 3 Merely Mary Ann 4 en ms 4 Baslcefball Z PICTURES NO: APPEARING MARTIN JONES CHARLES WALDEN x we UI Q L 1. y yi sl! Tu enty two PAULINE SWAIN Slu :S always vL'rr.m ee Club I Be le of Bagdad I Assoc: aled Sludenl Treasurer 4 Bas all I 4 Volley y 4 a ELIZABETH WASSUM A cloun duells aluags :: 1 hun: ee Club 3 G A 4 Hokums 3 4 The Phanfom :r:g:bIe e Be ls apnslrano 3 Baskefball clcey I 4 Base a HOWARD WILSON rs cI:.ve'r pmu s s medlum A Foo+balI 3 Aud:on 3 YOSHIKI YOSHIDA XXL rn Lf sr. hm: sa or YTIL1 Enfered from Sweelwaler 4 A Foofball 4 Scholarshnp SOUCIY 4 The Phanlom D: :gable 4 1 -f .I f I ' ' ,I 4 B' 11 5, .1 F, ' 1, 9 , f 3 I . , w 5532--7,1-l,5j'e:. - -'H '-.3.',??w ,I . , R 0 , -, 5,, - l ., M . A I 3: :r 4' 2. ' , wr. 5 'I 1f...: -- Lag .N 9, CHEF- - f, ebb" I .. , kc, :nf-lsr." 4 4, A . : I 1 ' . : I ' Clu 1 H In 3 " e Ba " Ip "C - " 25 . "Th J " 4, "oh -- . , A , . K v" : " A " GI ,Q A. A. 3, 4, 4, F I, 2, 3, 5 " I " 5 '. I, 2, 3, 4, Swimming I, 2, 3, 4. I . :Kerb ' , 2, 3, , ban: I, 4, Hocke I, 2, 3, QB se- ball :, 2, 3, 4. "B ll I " g " 'I h d A " 3 " C - " : A ff: " I I . I I I 43 I I, 2, 3, 4. he V GI g . . A. 2, 3, :5"' " 4, "'Th : of C ' " : I. 2, 3, 41 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, I-Io , Z, 3, 1 b Il :, 2, 3, 4. " H 1 of . 5 :I . lc I ' 7 . ball I. 'AH I -1 I hu " u a " I . ' . ' C. I CS. I Ed? , H '2, 3, 4, Sp ' 4 , 3, Ig las ' " :T - " 7, .Tv .C d d... .r. . U 'I Ls., flea., M ,- ar til- :I- -- ,. 3 ,musk iid? 1 wfxgfg J 51, K was 13, ALu1o1l.6 Furs' Semesler Curlls Pepper Madelurue McKnlgl'l Margarel Peacock Helen Marshall Ellswusrlh Teler Thora Francls Advusors IUNIORS Presuderl V ce Pr sudcrlf Secr lary Trea rer Pa luarrerularuarl Yell Leader Mlss Slella Yocum Second Semesler Dean Franc s Donald Walson Dorolhy C-uusel Irene Puely Ellsworlh Teler Trlora Francus 'lo Mr Paul Colburn OP ROW lLell l l l u l rr rn n rn err war ' r Wllua'u1 Snue ds Thom Francls Bruce Mayhug R lpn Kdd Vves ey Ulrl h Elh .ueurcgul SECOND ROW Ann: Sulherl nd Audrey Benlamln Leora Chambers Belly Boosey Wlnlred Bouchard Eolse Walk en Marsn l ewe Allen Dorolhy Kruse Bcb Peacock Carl Hawklns Robcrl wpray Varlorle Scnooley THIRD ROW Mlss Yocum Alberla 'over Saole Mor oy orene u-Crahnxe Wlnllred Rl krv r lrl u r Doro Dou y an Lln Vlaoel ne Deiirouwer Sefsu Yoshloa Tsuywko NVaranuufl Eugrne Chullerden C rlls Bu Bob Foroes M Co burn FOURTH ROW June Balzar lane Puely Eve yn R ed D o e Muck lwall Vclel Chrlslensen He n llesple Ica Ebel Varlorc Grusel Grace Eller Swa lz Beverly Berlrell Dorolly M eysalcl Masayuku Kodama Harry Stanley FIFTH ROW Waller DeBreuwer Glen Duanno d Roberl Holmes James Morrus Torn Heywood James Doye Frank McMlcrael Yurulo MJrarar'ul lfunouu Ku uda JLJNIORS NOT IN THE PICTURE Lols Aslo Mary Barlholorruew Car Bersor Eoscl bleroower Le ul Boosey Charlolle Colby Allne Danuels Dorls rlce Ruce rv e lmlorrlore Waller ulsnan Lowell Srrurn rsell Irene Thompson Donald Watson Rayman Wnllrlg Earl Handley John Marshall The Junlor Class has Iusl compleled a year al TL.slun Hugh School whlch WIII be remembered as one ol lhe haopuesl, lull ol pleasanl memorues Early ln lhe lursl quarler we won lhe Broadcasler selllng campaugn and as a resull were sole edulors ol one lssue ol lhe Broaclcasler publlshecl on November lwenly lhlrd On November lwenly lourlh lhe Junlor play, Enler lhe Hero a hllarlous comedy pul on by lhe members ol lhe class and dlrecled by Muss May Rose Borum, was presenled ll was declared a greal success On March lwenly llrsl lhe Junlor class gave a program n assembly conslsllng ol a one acl play Peace NGQOIIGIIOHS and muslcal numbers The May brealclasl glven lo us by lhe SGPIOFS on May llrsl was one of lhe bug evenls ol lhe year On The eyenlng ol June lhlrleenlh we enlerlalned lhe senlors al a dellghllul JunuorSenlor banguel QIVEH al lhe I-lolel Laguna un Laguna Beach Al The end ol a year lhal has seer much GCIIVIIY ln sporls as well as IU lhe class loom we as Junlors are loolclng lorward lo our senuor year ln Tuslln Hugh School 'I n enty three - '-jzsiw "mr:-"gg Ill I,-l,a-.ugf,f-- ' I I . - A .. f 'Q lm,-'J .f ll .I f rj V.-i .gl get 2"f4"Q? ., , vw . II' I G B91 ,- J. 1?.IyI-- V, .N I I I I I . . ,,,.. - 4- -' - of-u . - if.. fisui' un, v- it ,I T I ' V ' . , 1 . . I Y E . 1 ' . .. l' -. al , T fI o R'gh -W'll'a l Back a I Ea es: K I Ella th TeleI 'l' l ' l I Q 'I Dear Frarcls Rulh Lee, Eunlce LaBrowI Morgaref Peacock Maoelllle McKrllghl Mary Knoche, Jeff Richards L nI a i 'I ' l ': I s er ' 1 1 ', ' f a I ' ' I -A I , I 'Q .f I 1' I Hel l Q, Ll llyn II - lI N l ' I ' , a f I u ' ' . - ' I l'o I " ,ry L ' , ' " 'c 1anI Vi q' fa L nlce I lhy ghlI Lilli ' lcer, , I , -' , l Q - ' l u ' rnsI ' I r. " l , '-- I rf ' I l c- , el e e ' I 1 ' I Ie Su l ' I I I . ' If ' I - l r I . I . lyi l 'I ' I II II ' ' ' I I ' I , A .. ' I I-. ' V I I F . . I . P' I Jay ' I O Ill S ' ll I Sr- ul I l. e I I , . . q . . . . u . . ul - .u . . ' u . . . ul . . l. . l , , . u 4 ilmmwwllwmgzwfa, ,gg 4, r, s :Q ll lm N ll Lrlbx SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS Presudenf Dc Phrl ps Vnce Presldenl Roberf Pankey Secrerary Emd Benfon Treasurer Orrm Robbuns Yell Leader D Phl s TOP ROW Floyd Earl Sam Narchanf Joe Grofy Rrchard Klnne Don Kennedy Claude Melfon Bob Phelps Rnchard Nrssnon Edgar Cox Merl Gusl Harold Malfhews Jarres Thompson Davud Da Hrduo Mera Waller Nelson Kelfh Tanfllnger SECOND ROW lLefl fo Rlghfl Yaelco Olcubo Helen Parry Marrorue lfenyon Genevieve Kr g Barbara Knser M ruan B xfer Dornlnlc Er amu pe LWIS Wrllbrandf D lc Phrllups Lesfer Bowman Harry Brown Arfhur Earle Joe Sumungfon THIRD ROW lLeff fo Rlghl Ernesf Byrne Advisor omalro Kalhara Dorofhy Lamp Dorofry Thompsor Mary Palford Aluce Johnson Rena Hurley Hazel Brown Beverly Wilbur Phyllus Smvfh Beverly Bishop Irene Marshall Zelrna Marshall VnrgunnaPenqulle Lorraine Eclrles June Wnlson FOURTH ROW rLeff lo Rnghll Lorra ne Cox Laura Boyd Cra e Chanqala Luculle Shaw Marian Murray Jean Murray Merle .wwnngle Evangeline Puely Laurus Adams Naomi Lehman Anna May Archer Helen Collins Glace Efcheberrua BOTTOM ROW lLefI To Rrghfl Paul Marfln Donn Har? Drennan Ahern Milford Dahl Leo Crawford Cha les Mueller Clco Sfone Edwa d Calv 1 Eoward Brlsfow Frank Mrfchell SOPHOMORES NOT lN PICTURE Arfhena Adams Merrnll Allison Harley Babcock Enid Benfon Wlnlfred Bouchard Florence Buchneurn Glen Bunkelman Vrrqlnua Ca son Alene Coleman Floyd Curl Arthur Curry Hugh Gammon Vlrgrnla Lee Grnffm Howard Sanders Maxune Haynes Jean Hoplruns Mrldred Lamb Wnlllam lawrence Douglas Leonard Wnlluam Maddux Elaine McReynolds Kennelh Nosler Robert Pankey Hurshel Parnell Hugh Plumb George Rnddell Orrsn Robbins Warren Schooley Leonard Schwendernan Roy Seeman Berfha Belle Smlfh Ornn Smlfh Roberf E Smnfh Irene Swann Moline Swavn Lewns Tadlock Lola Truran Alma Wnllnarrs, Merhe W1 son Gerlrude Yoshrda Two years af Tusfln H1 has served fo Impress upon our class fhaf we are privileged fo affend one of fhe besf schools nn all fhe world We have found good bulldungs and equlpmenf, sympafhehc and helpful feachers, a frlendly and coopera hve splrnf among fhe sfudenfs, and a prevaulnng hugh sfandard rn all phases of school lnfe affordlng opporfumfy for accomplushmenf nn scholarship, afhlehcs, music, dramafncs and cahzenshnp The class assembly, feafurung musncal numbers and a lnffle play, "Nor Ounfe Such a Goose", was rendered successfully The Sophomore gurls made a fnne record of all wzns and no losses af fhe Play Day mafches rn baslcefball, hoclcey and volleyball, and fwelve In fhe class were elecfed fo mennbershnp nn fhe G A A ln fhe com mercral deparfmenf fwo sophomores qualrfued for fhe school ryplng feam A roll call of fhe feams nn Boys Sporfs shows fhaf fhe sophomores placed on fhe various 'reams as follows "A" baslcefball, 2 members, "B" baslcefball, 3 members, "B" foofball, 5, "A" fraclc feam, 2, "B" fraclc 6, fenms, 3, and fhe wnnmng swnmmrng feam whrch brolce so many counfy records was composed of fen sophomores, slx of whom fool: places rn The champnonshrp meef Twenty four li4?5Qf'555lQ,- '19 1 ' T f T A fl - N' Wflwsififli . 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Qihiimwiv f -qv su ue T 'Tail u mean ouuu FRESHMEN Vuce Presudenf Edwun Cox Treasurer Louuse Wulson Secreiary Irene Schooley Yell Leaders RoberT Rurnells Paul Francus Gurls Yell Leader Harrueff Ulruch Auduon Repres rufatuve Rosemary Walker Class Advusors Muss Ernrrua B Hueld and Mr Charles Brusco FRESHNIAN CLASS TOP ROW lLefT To RqhTl Chuvoko KuTasaku Mary WaTanu.ku Ayako Okubo Mukuko Abe Lulu Adamson Luculle Cowan Munerva Allanson BeTTy Cranlord Juen Erwun Mary Lou Lurukey BeTTy EdmusTon Wulluarn Nelson AnTonuo Muranda Eugene James Takeo Yamada Paul Francus Loren Blaylock John UsTaruz SECOND ROW Rosemary Walker Rufh Boyd Veryl Warren Myrnue Adams Alefha Sears Joy Morgan Ba bara Frambes Frank Danuelsen Tony Salazar Afred Deffley John Nules Ruchard Arundell Jay Mulls Kalhryn Cox Esfher Belle Chrushan THIRD ROW George Clapp Alele Rosenfeud Theda Tucker JeaneTTe Leyshon Maruorue Shoemaker Phylus Jones Arlyn Sfone Wul'uam Bouchard Edwun Cox RoberT Meyer Earl Kudd WaITer Erwun Shurley Phelps M ruel Hubbard Muss Emma B Hueld Irene Johrsouu Elaune Smufh FOURTH ROW HarrueT Ulruch Irene Schooley Thelma LuTTle Louuse Wulson Margery Weusqerber BerTha Paduas Vuvuan Parham Florence Collun Eugenua Vlassehaer Jane Conner Isabelle Ahern Barbara Cook Emelua Acuna Vlcforua Canales 'v7argareT STraw Paulune Crawford Flr-TH ROW Bernard PaTTerson RoberT Buchheum Lloyd Ebel Leonard Warner Duayne Maxson Ben Anders Wendell Brown Sam Francus George OsTermaru Tadawo Murakamu Yukuo Kodarna BOTTOM ROW Isao Kusuca Nobl Sellars AlberT Reyes John Charnberlaun Gene Holderman Frank DeVore Harvard Walker Arihur She man Mullage Holi Eugene Wulbur George Balzar John Newcom Alberi Paduas IT one sunny day lasT SepTember you had sTood aT The enTrance oT TusTun Unuon l-lugh School you would have seen many smulung expecTanT Taces These Taces belonged To The class OT 37 Termed Tor The Tume beung The Freshues ATTer an analysus oT The enrollmenT The Freshmen were Tound To have more members Than any of The oTher classes Thus, havung courage un numbers we Tacecl our TursT bug problem unuTuaTuon whuch really wasnT as bad as we had expecTed ln The sack rush whuch Tollowed we deTeaTed The sophomores Our presudenT John Chamberlaun conducTed our meeTungs un an orderly manner assusTed by The earnesT eTTorT oT The combuned class AT The Treshmen assembly we gave ExcerpTs Trom Tom Sawyer wruTTen and durecTed by Muss Elsue l-lull The class has shown uTs spuruT by havung a large TurnouT Tor sporTs boTh boys and gurls The gurls have produced some good Teams and The boys show promuse OT TuTure A maTerual Two gurls became members oT The Scholarshup SocueTy The TursT semesTer Our hope us ThaT when our class graduaTes, uT may be saud ThaT we were oT real creduT To our Alma MaTer Twenty fwe :4:x. hLE,g.A:l,i k::z',:i55ii ?- JEL V: A .f u l 1 L2 uaili- Q .,. 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'IT ORGANIZATIONS For a school of :ls suze Tushn shows marked achvuly rn many phases of school Isle scholasluc dramaluc musncal alhlelnc socral and varlous olher ln'reres+s ln carry mg our lhese achvllues groups have been well organuzed wulh olflcers rules and programs whuch have made for a maxnmum accomplnshmenl ol lhenr several purposes GAA The Gurls Alhleluc Assocuahon beller known as lhe G A A has acled bolh as a servlce and socual club They look care of all decorallons a'r games and ran several boolhs besides lhelr various olher servuces Socially lhey slaged The Foolball Banquel and sponsored a feed gnven lo 'rhe wunnlnq school leam by lhe olher 'reams ol lhe league al The end ol each mayor sporl season ln May lhey had lhenr annual house parly al' whzch lhe vnrhahon of lhe mndlerm members look place OFFICERS Presrdc-nl Kvlly Cook Vnce Presldenl Eunlc LaBroN Secrelary Treasurer Paullne Swann rurllarnerlaran Ida Grlflllh MEMBERS Llewellyn Allen Audrey Benlamun Marian Baxfer Laura Boyd Joyce Brown Beverly Bennell Ellzabelh Wassum Kllly Cook Dorolhy Cranford Lorraine Cox Barbara Cavafh Madellne DeBrouwer Thora Francus Helen lurqason lla Goff Ida Grlffnfh Lucllle qrnsef Mary H nch'na1 Genevleve Kvnq Barbara Krser Lorene Krahnke unnce LaBrow Vurqlnua Llnker Irene Lawrence Vlrqnnna Lawrenc Eleano Lelhy Deldee Mnckelwanl Madelure Mclfnuqhl Helen Marshall Lows Mar hall clalne McReynolds Yaeko Okubo Margarel Peacock Sophie Padlas Llelen Parry Irene Plery Wrnlfred Rickman Evelyn Reed Anna Sulherland Pauline Swaln M rle Swnnqle Grace Swarlz Lucille Sham Mary Belle Snerndan ano Selsu Yoshnda THE CLIP Membership In Ihe Cllp as one of 'rhe hughesl honors accorded an lhe alhleluc held The principles ol lhe Clap are lo sland lor 'rhe famous and reverend order of Loyally and Devollon lo lhe Ideal' The members have lo prove very dellnrlely lhal lhey luve up lo lhese slandards The lnsugnla of lhe Clap IS a copper laundry cu so small lhal ll ns hardly nolvceable ln May The Clip had a very successful beach parly Olher lhan lhns lhey have na very few soclal acluvllles 'rhus year having acled more as a servace club Presenl members of Clnp PRESENT CLU B M EM BE RS Vlrqlnaa Lawrence Dorolhy Cranford Wnlson Sea ord Dean Francls Charles Forbes Vlclor DeBrouwer Jeff Plchards Irenc Lawrence Paullne Swaln Orville Sknomore Loren Page Klffy Cook Eunlcc LaBrow Roberl Spray Bob Foro s S'ella F Yo urn and Ralph W Cole LETTERMEN'S CLUB The Lellermens Club which ns composed ol all lhe boys maklng "A" lellers has been very achve as a servace club lhls year ll unslnluled a board of conlrol lo look afler sludenl relallons, slrlvnng Io unsure commendable conducl al all fumes on lhe school grounds and nn all school acluvlhes Thenr bug socual evenl ol lhe year, lhe lnmahon and Falhers' and Sons' Banquel, was held April 2O+h The usual lmhallon ol snlly coslumes, paddles, el celera, closed wllh one ol lhe mosl successful banquels ever held OFFICERS Preslderl Wllson Seacord Secrelary Trhasner Oavld Forney Thxrty Iwo ff'---ww''lwiazaew 'I I ' : . am we v'1'fwi+sf",.f "f1rl aff'-L3 1 .V-f 1l.f'2'1z,,qfl . 5 'I - -.:: fr . 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D SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY e ScholarshIp SOCIGIY was unusually large lhIs year wIth forty members an Increase ol hlteen over last year Many good Inmes were enloyed by the members IncludIng l'rIps convenhons, lhealre parhef and a dehghtful beach pIcnIc at AnaheIm LandIng as guests ol Mlss Emma B l-lIeld and Mr and Mrs J W Means OFFICERS Presndenl Roberl Peacock VIce Presudenl Dc Phnllps Secretary He en Marshall MEMBERS lda Alderman Carl AllIson Harry Beal Joyce Brown Madelne DeBrouwer Genevleve Eushs Rufh Gammon Luculle Grrsel' John Haskell Marlorle Kenyon Fulxe Kodama NVIIIIGITI Lawrence VIrgInIa Lawrence NaomI Iehman Helen Marsl-all Bruce Mayhugh Madelme Mclfnlghl Elarne MCR ynolds Charles Mueller Yaeko Okubo Edgar Pankey Bob Pankey Margarel' Peacock Bob Peacock Duck PhIllIps Audrey PIeper Evangellne PIEIY Hugh Plurrb WInIfred RIckman Harry Stanley Ja'nes Thompson Elorse Walker Rosemary Walker Tsuyako WatanukI Geneweve Bowen Dorothy Gmsef Setsu YoshIda YoshIkI Yoshmla Llewellyn Allen VIrgInIa Lee GrIft'In and Gertrude Yoshuda HOKUMS CLUB CombInIng hard work wnlh an unusual amounl' of talent lhe Hokums Club has accompllshed much lhIs year They have presented many one act plays besIdes lagmg lheIr annual lnvIta'lIonal program and on numerous occasIons the students and Iacully have been treated to pleasanl enlerlamment through the successful efforts ol Tushns dramahc OFQGFIIZBIIODS Wnlh unlImIIed pallence MIss May Rose Borum has acquamled the members ol the club wIlh the melhods and +rIcks ol +healre techmque and they have carrled on remarkably In spare of the dIIIIcullIes IncIdenlr upon havlng no dehmle hme of meelnng OFFICERS Ed Pankey Prestdent Stanley Wllson Ida Grlffnlh VIce PresIdenI Thora Francls Mary Belle Sherldan ecrelary Treasurer LucIlIe Grlsel Marlorue Gowan Parlnamenlanan lda GrIffIlh Thora Francrs Members al Large Peter Plumb MEMBERS HokIu lMascoll MIss May Rose Borum ajvIsor Laurls Adams Llewellyn Al en Bully Backmar' MarIan Bavller u rey Benlarmn n Ben on Betty Boosey Gladys Berkhelnner Haz lbelle Comer Marlan Carson ar ara Cravafh arnes Doyle lola Ebel Thora Francns VIrgInIa Garmoe Marqorue Gowan Ida GrI Ith Dorothy Grlser LucI le CrIset Marlene GrIset Carl Hawkrns Mary Hnnchman Roberf Holmes Marlowe Kenyon June Storey E'oIse Walker ElIzabeIh Wassum Donald Watson Slanley WIlson Genevleve KIng Mary Knoche Eunnce LaBrow Elearor LeIhy Helen Marshall Bruce Mayhugh ElaIne M Reynolds Norman Mennes LoIs Murray MarIorIe Newcomb Arthur Nlsson Eogar Pankey Audrey Plepcr EvangelIne Prely DorIs Prlce Barbara Reed John Sauers Warren Schooley Mary Belle Sherldan Robert R SmIlh Wnllard Slearns Anna Sutherland Grace Ellen Swartz Merle Swmgle Ruth Stulsman Dorothy WIlson SPANISH CLUB The Spanlsh Club has done many Inlereshng thmgs under the leadershlp of Davud Forney presrdent and Stanley NVIISOH socIal chaIrman Three banquelrs whIch were real heslas several beach parhes, a one acl play MI Novlo Espanol WI'I'll Joyce Brown and Stanley WIIson headmg the cast besIdes numerous sxde IIghIs such as seelng the Three l.Il'lle PIQS IH Spamsh has marked a very lull and enloyable vear OFFICERS PresIdenf DavId Forney Secretary Treasurer Barbara Cravafh SocIal Chanrman Starley WIlson MEMBERS TOP ROW Jeff Rlchards Carl Alllson Carl Hawmns Edgar Pankey Daynd Forney James Thompson Joyce Brown Marlene Scnooley Paul Martm John Haskell Nelson Rogers WIlIard Stearns Edsel BIerbower SECOND ROW Wmlfred RIckman Lorene Krannke Robert R SmItl' James Doyle Arthur NIsson Stanley WIlson ElaIne McReynolds MarIorIe Kenyon Ilene Marshall EunIce LaBrow Margaret Peacock Enld Benlor' Audrey BenIamIn Elolse Walker WInIfred Bouchard Dorn r-larl George Bronner Floyd Curl THIRD ROW Dorothy HuNer Bertha Belle SrnIfh Hazelbelle COTFCI Eleanor LeItIy LucIlle Shaw Evarrgelme PIely Dons Prlce lola Ebel Deldee MIckeIwaIt Irene PIety Zelrna Marshau Beverly WIlbur Mann? l'I5Y'le5 lfene Lawrenie RNIB Cawflloll MISS ElsIe K Daly Eugene Clntlerden Pefer Plump FOURTH ROW SadIe Monro! LIOYCI Sleyerf Helen GIllespIe lda Alderman MarIorIe Newggwb VI gI I3 Garrnoe lvlarlf-me Gowan lda GrIfIItl' Mary Belle Shendan Barbara Cravafh lla Golf Mary Hmchrnar Ge evIeve Eushs VIrgIrIIa Lawrerce Yaeko Okuoo Bob Peacock DIck PhIllIps BOTTCM ROW Gladys Bcrlrhe mer Aua cy leper Barbara KIser Maman Baxter NaornI Lehman Grace Etcheberna Grace Ellen Swartz Mads In DeBrouwer Beverly Bennett Grace Changala Tomako KaIhara Setsu YoshIda Maman Carson Tbxrty four 'A "'Ill2gr.:I:ff .FI l 2 ' ' - I I"-r 'feili ' f" 'lu he fr' . .rs asf' ,. xg, 'rs' , 'Q '- L Q ' . . -. T .,.,........ . ,,.... .. ...... .. l ' ' ....,.,,. .u,,,....... .....Iu .,...,.. I I ' I ' I I 'I I ' I I I - A I I I I I I I I I I I I 9 I . E I. . C . . . . . " I ' I . C W 4 , , A a ' ' , E Ed I , I ' ' I , e , ' , B b 7 J, I I ,y , ., I . . U H. y c - ll . . lp - Q l . ' I I . EEF PII. uiirfngba WWW Thirty-five :"5,f-f?g.,v,,,,-wen? , E 1 y f ,A 1, - Z jug gggqryggg lgvf,'Y5"N- ' - vii, V. . :H':'g:f-asf: ,A 'Bryan .53-45, ' 13,-I Y -T'::S?.f,,iff"' x L' f 4- . ' l 5: ff', r ,.:. 'give-f5'A'1 , ' T TrsT GIRLS LEAGUE The Girls League Tushn Hwgh Schools assoclahon of glrls held a number of programs Tor Their own enlerfaunmenl and exchanged one performance wnlh l-lun+ unglon Beach Mrs Enid Case from Bulloclcs gave a very enferramung and helpful Tallc on Tashlons before lhe assembled gurls nn March On May nnnlh The annual Mo+hers Tea was carried oul beauhfully wlfh a Japanese Theme or ri 0 sreslof' T Crn Ma ca 3 re D do M M e Treasurcr Ire e Lawren 5 Seger-ir, G ff? Audrey Peo r Parma enfarar M garef P a oc THE STAGE CREW Under The dlrechon of Charles C Brnsco +he sfage crew has done very good work This year an spule of many dlfhculhes Walh only Three experrenced members fery lnllle new malernal and elahoral se+s To cons+ruc+ 'rhey have done well esoeclally on The comolrcaled scenes for Merely Mary Ann and The Luclry Jade 3 O VSCV K S 3 T- r w N r H, m r Mars 5 Q rr W T rs a :arpe ' Arthur urr, ymar Warrev occ, ws arf 'FSH 1 rd a ffnrty :xx I . , . . , . . . T T . Vlryala Law .nl - , Dorcww frford . '4 re' Pe' :en Vlzc P sdenf c e Ecu: wa? ai: "e M:Kn'nrr I lrefe Pfely n c L Ida rl Rn I ,e - l' as ' , ar f e c 1 ' , , X. V 9 . - . . ,, ,, M T, Cn res C. Brlsc , an f QJQ: Cane' mvagef Qcbert E. Smirn, assi 'fr ef:"':'a" Joh' Sd-PVS, Cl'?Cl'lCl3'f F-": a 1 S' c alle, DVODCT a'aoeg Jch' ' car: 'Teri Me Il A ' sci ass ' of r W-CVS ' C g fl ,Q s Sz' -' ass V , fly g Mr 'Q D hu grlprnaw 5'-'QF 1 'xg XIWWWSYWWW I -i 4 DRAMA Under The capable leadershup oT Muss May Rose Borum The dramaTucs deparT menT has puled up a serues oT new successes To uTs already long lusT oT honors ProluTuc un The large number oT programs produced un one year one acT and Tull lengTh The perTormances have aT The same Tume been oT ouTsTandung meruT Judgung by com menTs overheard aT The plays They were puT over wnTh a Tune Tnnush lackung any sugns oT The amaTeurush boTh as To Th proou Tuons as a whole and un undnvndual acTung ARIA DA CAPO Arua Da Capo a sa ure on war by Edna JT VuncenT Mnllay was one oT The bug successes among The hosT of hughly raTed producTuons sTaged by The dramaTucs deparTmenT FursT presenTed Tor The l'lokums InvuTaTuonal Program The casT was laTer urged To enTer The counTy one acT play conTesT whuch They won Trom HunTungTon Beach aT Laguna on February 28+h Thus vucTory made Them eluguble Tor The SouThern Caluucornua TournamenT held aT The Pasadena CommunuTy Playhouse on Aprnl I7Th Up agaunsT some very sTuTT compeTnTuon They Took TursT place In adduTuon To Thus nonor Tor TusTun Maruorue Gowan was guven The award Tor The besT acTung among The gurls THE PHANTOM DIRIGIBLE The Senuor play The PhanTom Duruguble a mysTery Thruller was presenTed March I7Th The house Tulled To capacuTy enuoyed :T To The TullesT exTenT laughung one munuTe and havung ucy chulls The nexT LuTTle dud They realuze whaT real Troupers were perTormung Tor Nelson Rogers The movue hero and l-lazelbelle Comer sTudenT durecTor were suTTerung Trom larynguTus To such an exTenT ThaT They could scarcely speak WhaT wuTh haunTed houses phanTom durugubles Tloahng bodues secreT Tormulae hudden panels and rnysTeruous people The chulls and Thrulls played up and down everyones spune The playwrughT Mr ST Clanr was presenT and personally congraTulaTed all members oT The casT ENTER THE HERO The Junuor play, "EnTer The Hero", w1Th Bull Pepper and l-lelen Marshall un The leads, was presenTed Fruday, November 24Th un The TusTnn Hugh School auduToruum ThaT uT was a huge success was aTTesTed by The conTunuous laughTer oT The auduence ExcellenT acTung was done all The way Through by an exceedungly Tune casT The sTory Told oT a daughTer whose mulluonaure TaTher wushed her To marry an aThleTuc hero She Tell un love wuTh a man who was everyThung buT an aThleTe, and The play cenTered around her aTTempTs To make hum measure up To her dad's sTandards MERELY MARY ANN WuTh Three enhrely duTTerenT seTs as backgrounds, Maruan Carson and Wullard STearns as Mary Ann and LanceloT respecTuvely played The romanTuc leads IT was a play oT many characTer parTs The ploT dealT wuTh The love sTory of an orphan gurl who became an heuress, and a sTrugglung rnusucuan who reached The Top Thus play, presenTed by The drama class, was one oT The buggesT successes oT The year The Theme song, "Kuss Me Good NughT and Good bye" as well as all The uncu denTal musuc Tor The play was composed by Audrey Pueper Tbnty seven .t g I if, H. 1' TT -J' . M . . r am-- u....s:s. u X -fem . mc L ... - A lf-A f 1 ff 01--rv u - I . . . ' 7 D f' ' , ., V . .. . .. L. I ,. . . r ' - u - . , . . . . . . . . - . . . , . . . . K N was ,ik R 1 TD ARIA DA CAPO Columbine H rr 5 rs s r ,. W ssqgggwf'f'f,f.1 A .. 1 A QSM Nh AVWWF 'GF MEAN Mir SHP r mor L wr Lucille Grlsel url TH PHANTOM DIRIGIBLE nge 3 a l-llrdJ nnalc r a'r Jcr s qu ra El a 'no l DIC Q F u da a Scarownavrarw servanf qlrl Leah Bnrdsall a dvbulanfe Amr va flue cnapercw wa rn s' C Jasc ea ro a Rr' irc Co owe nero w cr in ul of l irc-sv servo l a rlrr' M1 an ers Bel y Perrm Mar one Gnwar Mary Bolle Srverldan Eleanor Lelhv Ell73bf'n Wassum rr A lso vid Form Ne lson Rcqrrs Vlclur DPBrcuw0r YOSL lf: Yosnl ii 1 4 Q ENTER THE HERO cl J rr sea Del a Caro. BC v Cha lerlo A is or mor 'QQS Mvlrr wr Q Davs Ric Q A uclf r Helen Marshall llwy Grl Lewellyn A n T ora Fr nos 5 D ld W s r WM ws lnrrl Pvunof l w wl MERELY MARY ANN MEN Lar Elo? cvr Pele .Jsrvcss Hu rrusc mb ls Lori Rofr lub vlccr Valerllne of llve Automobule C env can Sneucze 1 row' J Y F O VJO fu MEN Mrs lo 4 rparl nhlor C Cdr Tre L v ss of oxwcll r frren l-wr' Mrs P 41 Q fc rss mud, CPEATUPES J 1 fvlrty ugh! VV: ard Srear s Pa ke H535 Encrar Norman Norman Menncs Sm cw, W so UL l .arlurl NON mr 1 S Bcrklvv nlrr vlur me G lref P per la G mn f ISUC rn Cn Mnrar ers if 11 1 A , ,. J T-. , Aim' ' A Q5 'V an ' ,'L' fi' A '.:, : ' Pm-'fel . . ,' BN 0 ,rldan ' - ,. , El 1 rflrv, Cc! . u . , Engl Panlzr. MV , - . . C' . :Un . , M, kde Gfwqn E Ra . R-mme ' 1 'lvl . . . , ,, JT C of Bs- T 5:0 le .3 es' , .. .. -l ' Fo 'Ich Yon ' l re s'ar . . . I ' A ' l , ' ' ... ...., . . ., . . , . ., . ' lf E , l . . . ., , ... . ., ' 1 S Nl Ram a, a Hlndu rw ll . . C1 I V P n K rns, Q nnlll' f lre ., . 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MUSIC A beauTITul and unsplrlng ChrusTmas program was presenTed by The musnc deparTmenT on December l4Th wuTh The proceeds gorng To The Good WIII organnza Tuon ChrrsTmas cheer and greehngs were echoed by The organ The orchesTra and The Glee Clubs Two plays FlaT Lux a modern mnracle play and The ChrIsTmas STory made up The program The Luclcy Jade was The opereTTa puT on by The comblned Glee Clubs on Aprll I3Th IT was made beauhful by Two very unusual seTs paunTed by The arT deparT menT under The InsTrucTuon of Mass May Greenleaf who also drd The cosTumung Marlorle Newcomb and Jaclc Runnells Toolc The leads very capably The Boys and Girls Glee Clubs have had a very enloyable year during The 33 34 season WnTh luncheons once a monTh occasional programs Tor The sTudenT body P T A and oTher organnzahons The ChrnsTmas program The opereTTa and The dnnner Tor The combined clubs on May 2OTh The year has been overflowlng wITh GCTIVITIGS The T:rsT annual Musrc Play Day was held In The audnTorrum on March I9 w1Th 382 sTudenTs presenT represenhng eIghT dlTTerenT schools The program consusTed ol: a Ten munuTe recuTal presenTed by each oT The schools ATTer The program reTresh menTs oT pre a la mode were served In The caTeTerua where all mel' Tor an enloyable socual Tume The schools presenT were I-lunTungTon Beach Orange Anahenm SanTa Ana Brea Olinda and Tushn THE GIRLS GLEE CLUB MEMBERS Mernre Adams Ida Alderman Mary Barlholornew Marlan Baxller Audrey Benramun Gladys Berlrheumer Donna Boofhe Rufh Boyd Hazel Bromr Marlan Carson Vrrgnnua Carson Rufh Cawlhon Alene Colman Florence Colllns Mildred Cowan uola Ebel Helen Furgasor Vnrgunla Garmoe Dorolny Hulter Yulcuye KITasaku Mary Lagler Irene Lawrence Alelha Sears llnrgnnua Lnnler Elaine M Reynolds Deldee Mlclrelwauf Sadne Monroy Marlorue Newcomb Audrey Pueper Dorns Pruce Loyo .nevers B Ina Ble SrnlTh Margarel Sfraw Anna Sufherland Tsuyako Wafanulu Beverly Wrlbur Ve ma Wnllnarrs Wlnona Pell? Joy Morgan Dorolhy Muyawakl CTarrnalune Kaufman OFFICERS Helen Furgason Presldenl Ma an Carson Audrey Pneper lr ce Presudenl De dee MxckelwalT Rufh CawThon SecreTary Beverly Wrlbur Donna BooThe Wardrobe Donna Boolhe Mary Laguer Properhes Vnrgnnna Garrnoe Buslness Manaoe Vnrqunna Garmoe Librarians Lloyd Srevers Maruar Carson Alerr. Colman Audrey Benlarnun THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB MEMBERS Lesler Bowman George Bronner Lloyd Ebel David Forney Howard Gould Phnl Holrner Marlin Jones Harold Maflhews Paul Marrun Loren Page Jack Rurnells Nelson Rogers John Sauers Arlhur Sherman Richard Showaller Wrllard Slearns Cleo STone ROl3GllhlV6lklI15 Euclene Wilbur Oluver Klrne WyaTf Hawley Waller Lnmbaugh Frank Oslrander Charlolle Colby ac ompanusT Presudcnl Nelson Rogers Secrefary George Bronner ORCHESTRA The OrchesTra, under The durechon oT Miss Mary McVey, has Turnlshed exce-llenT music Tor all of The enTerTaInmenTs aT school They have held a number of luncheons durlng The year Besides playnng ensemble, several members have formed Trios, quarTeTs, and pep bands OFFICERS Audrey Fneper Presloenf BNA' Mdyhuqh Ruchard Showaller Vrce Presldenr M5"lOV'9 KSVWOVW Ralph Kuod Secrefary MOVE Swlflgle Plano Audrey Preper Organ Genevleve Euslls Vlolr s Mar,orIe Kenyon Laurls Adams Marlorne Shoemaker Jean Hoplcnns Merle Swlnglc Cello Dororny Doughly Bass Vnol Harley BdbC0Clf TfUmDCl BVI-'Ce M5YlWQlI Clarrnef Mrlford Dahl Saxophone Ralph Kndd Trombone John Haskell Bob Phelps Drums Bob Adams Forty E' -: :Ni .ZH .fl iii, 'T " W "' " , " ' " w fa r- - .:- ,,1'ggiLl:'.-'-'lrgc 1'-v,iLv13.ii-ls.fi1:.d1-,:,w, Ng., M:-.E ' 3 - cw-: wg-gAefl.1,:, .. :I il 5- f- I 4 Q' , 'lf -,s1':-:.'1gis:,vf' "5F.f-r-:r-'sez'-'ff 'mgiif ' - N- 'gr f ' Imp,--+4 2-11.9 , .- 1,511 4536 Q , r l w Q A. 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' "- -'I'l':'- A51 1' .if I I gqwmmvs we mmf If: gg IN, J, BOYS SPORTS Garnerung fwo league cluampuonsluups fluree second places one fluurd place and sluowung excepfuonal fugluf durung every munufe of compefufuon flue Tusfun feams luave luad a very prosperous year ln foofball flue A feam ganned fluurd place IH baskef ball flue B feam sped undefeafed fo a league cluampuonsluup wnflu flue A s follow Ing close beluund WITl'l a second place ln frack Tusfnns balanced feam swepf fo a second place Af flue Orange League swummung meef Tusfnn A s ganned an easy fIrsI place and flue Cees secured a close second Alfluouglu basball us nof yef com plefe flue feam us well foward flue fop In flue league sfandangs Compefufuon was excepfnonally keen fluus year due fo flue elumunafuon of flue fwo smaller lnglufwengluf feams flurougluouf flue counfly because of flue lack of funds Tlue upsef lowered flue number of exponenfs for dIvIsIon befween classes A and B fo suxfy sux wlu lu flurew many prospecfuve Bees Info compefufuon wuflu flue larger A feams VARSITY FOOTBALL Emergung wuflu a close fluurd place In flue Orange League flue Tusfun Farmers wuflu an experuenced and balanced feam proved a formndable foe fo any and all of flueur opponenfs Two weeks before flue openung of scluool found flue Tusfun men eruergefncally workung fo develop a cluampuonsluup feam rugndly drullung In fundamenfals fr ck plays and cooperafuon Soon affer flue openung of scluool fluey encounfered flueur fursf foe ID flue form of Long Beaclu Polyfeclunuc Junuor Varsufy wluom fluey downed wnflu a lueavy score of 366 Tlue nexf week fluey plowed flurouglu a lueavy Downey feam fo a score of I3 O Tlue openung league game found Analueum on flue Tusfun furf Tlue Colonusfs wuflu an organuzed lueavy lane drove flue ball down flue fueld for a foucludown and alfluouglu flue Farmers placed flue ball In scorung ferrufory several fumes fluey fauled fo puf If over Affer a baffle royal wuflu Orange on flueur furf flue Colemen managed fo block a knck and secure If beluund flue goal lune for a foucludown Tluus proved flue only score of flue game and flue Farmers won from flue Panfluers for flue fursf fume ID seven years As flue luosf fo Brea Olunda, Tusfun mef wuflu a sefback early In flue game, wluen flue Wnldcafs flurew a long pass for a foucludown, buf flue Tullers dug In flueur foes, and bucked flue ball over fwuce, fo wan by flue score of I2 6 Af l-lunfungfon Beach, flue Oulers secured an early lead, buf 'l'usfun's rapud druves up flue fueld for foucludowns sluaffered flueur confudence, and flue Farmers secured an easy vucfory of 46 6 Tlue flue unlueard of luappened, flue rafluer weak feam of Newporf Harbor, usung a greal many passes, punfs, and fruck plays lueld flue crack Tusfun feam fo a scoreless fue Tlue Farmers sfrove vaunly fo sunk flue Saulors, buf flueur llne druves gazned fluem nofluung In flue lasf few munufes of play, boflu feams fook fo flue aur, buf few passes were complefed, and Tusfuru wenf home defanufely ouf of flue runruung for a cluampuoru sluup Tluus upsef sluaffered flueur morale, and Tusfun lourneyed fo Garden Grove fo pull flurouglu wuflu a fue of 6 6 Coaclu Cole made arrangemenfs for a posf season game, followed by a dunner, wuflu Fscondudo on Tluanksguvlng Day Tlue feam, anxuous fo prove flueur worflu, were defermuned fo wun or nof eaf Tluey encounfered a very lueavy and organuzed foe, wluo secured a score early In flue game, buf flue Tusfunufes ployed down flue fuelcl for a foucludown, and soon affer obfauned anofluer on a long pass Tlue game ended wuflu a score of I3 6 forty four "Ziff lf. 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Dafk Vcvf , mfs' " cf S :srl -fat Jeff RQ:?' rd! had fx offers We T rr Q f were T BEE FOOTBALL TusTlns Bee TooTbaIl squad encounTered a greaT deal of dusappounTmenT Thus year buT They meT IT luke seasoned veTerans Theur TnrsT league game was wlTh Ana helm whlch They losT I4 O Orange also leTT TusTln wnThouT a pounT 7 O Then The boys began To Improve making 6 povnTs agalnsT Brea aIThough an even score was sTulI qulTe Tar oTT agannsT Breas 20 polnTs By Tar The mosT excuhng and Thrrllnng game of The season was ThaT wlTh The I-lunTlngTon Beach Oilers whuch Tunnshed In a Tue oT 6 6 The nexT Two games were losT To NewporT and Garden Grove wnTh scores oT 6 O and I3 I2 respechvely B FOOTBALL TOP ROW Leff To Rrgnrl Wafer DeBrouwer Edsell Buerbrwer Wesley Ulruch Charles Mueller Hrdeo Mera Floyd Earle Mr Byrne Alberl' Reyes SECOND ROW Ernesf Kerr Frank MuTchell Harry STanley Warren Schooley Roberf Runnells Eugen ChrTTenden Sam Francis Richard Arundell THIRD ROW Paul rrancls Lewls Tadlock HuberT Plefy Hndeo Abe Tony Mn anda Iames Thompson Isao Kusuda Minoru Kusuda BOTTOM ROW Aberf radnas John Newcomb B auford Gabrnel Kelfh Tanhmger Tadawo Murakami INDOOR Meehng wuTh only one deTeaT TusTun s Indoor Team showed conslsTenT valor and TughT and secured The remaunung games by a good lead I-Iavung a raTher large Turn ouT Including several leTTermen The Team was easaly bu:IT up To guallfy as a con Tender oT The cup Experuenced men handled The baTTery and were also promrnenT In The unheld and ouTTneld The Orange game proved The only uoseT oT The season where The Tushn Tlllers aTTer a long and hard TnohT surrendered The vlcTory To The PanThers wITh The close score OT 8 7 The oTher games wer won wuTh comparahvely wade margins PuTchlng Through a closely conTesTed season, boTh Wrlson Seacord and Ed BrnsTow worked all Through The games supporhng Thenr Teams very sTrongly AlThough many people have conTesTed The Idea ThaT baseball IS The TavorrTe sporT In Amernca The TurnouTs oT older and younger Tolks aT The Indoor games show nmprovemenTs over IasT year INDOOR HEAVYWEIGHT TOP ROW Coach Bll Cole Chuck Forbes George Bronrer Bob Forbes Ell worih Tefer Ed BrusTow Dean Francls BOTTOM ROW Jeff Rnchards Wa? DeBrc wer Jo r Sau rs AloerT Reyes Paul Francis Bud Wafklns Wllson eacord INDOOR LIGHTWEIGHT TOP ROW Sarn MarchanT Wes Ulrlch BIII Shields George Rnddel Harry STanley Hldeo Mera Coach Erne5T Byrne SECOND ROW Bo Ho mes Bob Sora Sam Francls Howard Wrlson Howard Spangler Lowell Summerseff BOTTOM ROW George Clapp Merle GrlseT Bob Phelos Howard Sanders Minoru Kusuda TENNIS AlThough Tennus ns consndered one of The easy sporTs, :T usn'T so easy To go ouT and wnn a CounTy champnonshap or produce a counTy champion The TusTln Teams have had very poor TurnouTs, and This year as no excep-Tron, There being only IO boys Trom which Coach RoberT KorTT musT pack 8 To make up a compleTe Team The Team shows lTs meTTle, Though, by glvung every opponenT plenTy oT compeTuTlon In The League TournamenT held aT Tushn April 2I, Dave Forney was deTeaTed by one oT The besT players early In The day buT Bob Peacock wenT To The Tunals Since Bob as only a Junnor Thus year, Mr KorTT has has hearT seT on a counTy champion nexT year Members oT The Team are FlrsT Sungles, Bob Peacock, Second Singles, ArT Nnsson, Thrrd Ssngles, Donald Newcomb l3ourTh Singles, I-Iugh Plumb, STanley Wilson, Norman lvlennes FlrsT Doubles Dave Forney and Phll l'IOmeF, Second DOUIDISS. MSFIG OrlseT and Chas Mueller TENNIS MEN lSee Pncfure Page Frfly onel IQP RQW 'LCM lo Rglff RSM-ff K ,lf Coacv, pf H ff Dr- New omb Norrran Men es Hugh Plumb Sfanley Wilson SECOND ROW Arlrur Nlsson Poo Pcacock Dave Forney Charles Mueller Forty szx f if-12 -1 wwf- fs, ws ffwf' ws . , 1 s- .x 1 'R ws-H " T H- -ff' - 'fre farm 'rf up 1 I I .a'f.fy.-.aa 11" lu-- ,f V, ,. -..,1,s M, QI-, T-. . , .., -gh , . N. ., V 4,9 I- ,,.h, -gh e ,.,g,,1 .,,u.g,f .1 my .o N?Rw,.v . 1. ,. , ,AI in e .. , ,. A M,-,',S, lr-as . 5 A my . ..,s:. . ,....,s.-,-If - . T :airs ' r ww if,-1:22 ' 1571655 Wir. mfxwrse-:v,ml-was, . . . - . . . , . I , ' . . - 1 . , K . . I A . l . 1 ' I I . I . I . Tr ' I - . . ' P - I S T , I , V3 h , I I4 , . ', . . . . . . 1 . I - ' I I - - . , I J - 2 . . . . . o . T f I , I' 'I I , , . S . ' . I - f ' , I 'U , U1 9 , , ' , , ' c - . . . , , . - - 5 I . T Trl - A , T . . 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A BASKETBALL Al lhe llrsl ol lhe baslcelball season an order lo sllmulale acllvlly lhe Soulhern Calllornla schools slaged a lournamenl al Hunllnglon Beach Tuslun ellmnnaled Claremonl and Newporl Harbor bul compellng lor lhe larsl prize losl lo Caplslrano Encounlerlng Anahelm In lhelr llrsl league game lhe Colemen were swamped by me dlslresslng score ol 4l I7 Aller a weelc ol sllll pracllce and some new lrnclc plays Bull Coles Farmers played Orange ln a closely scored conlesl bul came oul on lop 29 22 Brea Olmda proved lo be anolher leam whucn produced slull compelullon lor lhe Tusllmles bul lhe undaunled lve pulled lhrough lour polnls ahead 26 22 A lhe Hunllnglon Beach and Newporl Harbor games Coach Cole because lhe Farmers had a sure vlclo y IH slghl gave lhe subslrlules a chan e lo play several :mes and lhe games ended wllh scores ol 42 I3 and 36 24 respecllvely The came lhe champxonshlp game wslh Capuslrano an lhe Cougars gym There was a large lurnoul ol Tuslln baslcelball lans as well as Caplslrano supporlers The wall Caplsl ano llve galned a lead In lhe larsl guarler whlch lhey held lhroughoul lhe game bul lhe margln Increased loward lhe lasl and lhe game ended wnlh Caplslrano ahead 28 I4 FIRST PICTURE Row fl ll I ck pa ge W s c a a g BOTTOM ROW W s s S BEE BASKETBALL Comblnlng rapld loolworlc gulclc lhnnlqlng and cooperaluon Coach Ernie Byrne s Bee baslrell all squad swepl undelealed lo a league champronshlp In lhe lourna menl games Tuslln s mldgel men were bealen by Brea Ollnda wulh a dlslressung score ol 34 I8 I-lowever un lhe lollow up games wulh Anaheim nd Newporl I-Iarbor In lhe consolaluon lournamenl Tuslln came IH ahead wllh scores ol 25 I5 and 29 2l The larsl league game was played wllh Anahelm on lhe Colonlsls courl Al lhe hall lhe score was 34 ll ln lavor ol Anahelm bul Tuslun made 26 polnls l Anahelm s 2 an lhe nexl hall and lhe game ended wllh a close Tuslln vlclory ol 37 36 Tuslln loolc lhe Orange Panlhers 28 22 lhen beal Brea Ollnda 32 26 who had so easlly bealen lhem In lhe lournamenl Hunllnglon Beach, lhe only obslacle ln lhe way ol a Tuslln Bee champnonshlp, was snowed under by lrlclc plays lalung, lasl passes, and perlecl shols, and lhe Farmer boys emerged vncloruous 33 25 Aller beallng Hunlunglon Beach, wlnmng lrom Capnslrano, Garden Grove, and Newporl was a clnch The scores were 38 24, 33 I9, and 32 20 respeclnvely As league champions Tuslln enlered lhe C I F playoll Fursl lhey beal Chlno wnlh a large score ol 39 I9 Then lhey gourneyed lo Hemel, bul were bealen by lhe close score ol 27 25 The exlremely low cellung, uneven llghllng, and slnppery lloor ol lhe gym comblned wllh lhe cooperallon ol lhe Rlverslde Counly men were loo much lor lhe Tuslln leam SECOND PICTURE TOP ROW ILell fo Rmhll Edsel Blerbf-wer Harry Slarley Bob Peacock Wcs Ulrlch Wall Deorouwer Paul Francus Coach Ernesl Byrre BOTTOM ROW Bob Pnelps Alberl Reyes Sam Francxs Joe Snrmnglon Charles Mueller Mnnoru KJsuda THIRD PICTURE TOP ROW lLell lo Rnghl Leo Crawfcrd lNarrer Sched ey Orln Smllh James Thompson Hugh Plumb Orrm Rob Ins Coach Vwcel Humeslo BOTTOM ROW Ceo Slone Frahlr DeVore lsao Kusuda Hldeo Abe Arlyn Slore Tadawo Muralaml Sam Marchanl Forty eight 'LEQTBF L"i.'17f,.,ifQ' Ksszlnf- ' T 1 ' Y f 'I 'A lil 53751 ' ' A' H Hg" .:?'fEfl?.3l',,fi:45 'w:r'Q lfl9f"i3r3Q"lliE'f2n"7 5X 1 Q ,. , ll ,,5EiTxI6.v , F Li Aim ga, . 2 , ,, ..--LZ Y I-Y: - ff'f1's Tv :.. - , -, " 'ff' ' ,J:I':M!' "WHY T" ' 'I V , T .1 'v ws: ' limi mt' f:vT'flz13:'Bfl21--I - - , --.-..-.- ' ' ll ll J I , . . ' 7 ' - . , . . . . . I ' , - . 'I' ' . . . r . . . C 5 . . F . . . . I . TOP Y e o Righll-Coach Bill Cole, "Chu " Forbes, Bob Forbes, Jack Runnells, George Bronner, Howard S n l r, il on Sea ord, George Riddell, Jeff Richards, Bud W lkins, m na er. - Donald Kennedy, all Llmbaugh, Yo hilrl Yo hida, Floyd Curl, Dean Francis, Ed Brlslow, Elsworlh Teler, Ed Panlney, John auers, I o I . . 1 I - - . , - u I - . . I . . O 215 ALUIDMLJ N IEW QT I 406 T T forty mnc Ax' W ' 'T ' " -' V: V " 4 .ff:gQfjff7Q'f1':. .Q ' ,, A -- ,wi A ti.-1:1 A QQ A Q T T QQ ' A 1 1 4 1 - v 3' 11: W -w my ,Q +g,iQ,,f . W U ' T T w T T 1 1 - in 1 + ai Y I . if . . ' 'I . 1 s- as-r if rj ug 1, was 1 M9 In mf -5 1. AI. 'U 'ID TI. TRACK The TusTun Track squad under Tne compeTenT durecTuon oT Theur coach VuncenT L I-IumesTon proved Theur meTTle by breakung several school records and Takung a close second un The counTy meeT beaTen only by Orange CapTaun Chuck Forbes broke The school and counT yrecords un The 440 yd dash buT was beaTen by Bonebrake oT Orange In The unTerclass meeT Wulson Seacord broke The school record un The hugh lump by more Than one unch The relay Team consusTung oT JeTT Ruchards VVullard STearns Charles Forbes and Orvulle Skudmore broke The school record by 6 TenThs oT a second In The CounTy Track meeT aT NewporT I-larbor Phul I-Iomer, a raTher new man, came un second un The hugh hurdles vuhule Loren Page ouT dud hus keenesT ruval Ed Kung oT NewporT Beach un The haIT mule Vuc DeBrouwer and Bob Spray Tunushed second and Thurd aTTer Ochoa oT Anaheum un The mule evenT Orvulle Skudmore won The broad lump and George Bronner nabbed a TourTh un The same evenT The pole vaulTers were surprused by a Treshman Trom NewporT I-larbor and had To be conTenTed wuTh a Tue To Thurd place beTween D Erancus and Skudmore ALL TIME TUSTIN RECORDS EVENT yd dash 220 yd dash 4 yd dash yd dash Mule Run l20 yd Hu Hurd 220 low Hurdles Broad Jump Hugh Jump Sho PuT FooTball Throw ESO yd Relay RECORD m n 4 mun 496 les 4 I T SEC SGC SGC SSC SGC 56C SSC ISO TT VUVT S HOLDER Russell I-Iund Don Plumb Don Plumb Charles Forbes Irvuru Wafkuns Kim Praff Phul Newman uu Newman Alberf Parr 'ieacord Harry Mcl leer Harry Mclr-Teer leff Ruchards 9Iearns Cha les Fo bes Orvu le Skuomor E YEAR 9 7 l9'l9 9 4 0 930 'T 90 94 A TRACK Ru Tj B Wal Charles Forbes Roberf Spray Arthur Nusson Wullard STearnS N lsoru Walr r 'rub ucn Franlrun McMuchael SECOND ROW M Huurrresfon Douglas Pcrruru Nelson Rogers Roberf Forbes Jeru' Puchards Bob I-uonucs George Bronrer Ellsworth Teler Loren Page HIRD ROW Huber FueTy Reler Pluurnb Roberl SrnuTh Vuclor DeBrouwer Charles Mller Phul Homcr Eoyd ur Dearu Frarucu Orvulle Skudmuore B TRACK TOI' ROW fLefT To Rughll Bruce Mayhudh Orun Srnullu Wesley Ulruch Harry 'lanley Edsel Buerbower George Capp Mr I-lurruesTon SECOND ROW Waller Nelson Duck Plnll ps Sam MarcharuT Sarn Francus Alberf Reyes Puchard Nusson Lewus Tadlock THIRD ROW Munoru Kusuda Paul Francus Waller DeBrouwer Eugene James SWIMMING Breakung pracTucaIly every counTy record TusTun s A paddlers surpassed Theur nearesT ruval by TuTTeen pounTs un The Orange League swummung meeT held aT The Farmer pool May I9 TusTun s Team showed excepTuonaI speed and endurance un The races Takung many TursTs and securung oTher places In The IOO yard backsTroke TusTun gauned TursT second and Thurd Members oT The Team sTaTed ThaT wuThouT The rugud Traunurug and pracTuce rules oT Theur coach Paul Colburn Theur vucTory would have been umpossuble TusTuns mudgeTmen The C Team consusTed OT only a Tew members and Thus gave Them a decuded dusadvanTage However The boys showed Theur True TusTun spuruT oT overcomung handucaps and secured second place un The league They secured several TursT and second places and Tunushed The meeT wuTh 23 pounTs, a close com peTuTor To The wunner ROW TLQIT T rer a a cr nre S Wu ar STP-ar s Edgar Panker Nelson Jqerg Efpps pn F 1 D ,- Wafg ru l Sr rue James Morrs Orvulle udrrore Cal Be s C r r SECOND POW T Heywood Drerrua A Nob' S a S Euoere 'T :Horde Lews Twd 3 har uf av. cw JGWNES O"1Dsofu BOTTOM ROW Orruru ooourg Warrg o gr 3 e H ru n ll rr s ru -n ru Ewo rl: A T TOP ROW ILQTT I Wulson Seacord Wall Fufty f ,I-is u u - ' T 'T we 'rf lfrx ' 5' s 1, Q I ' T' " 4,4 "f'j1"II52sS, gf" T . n f ' 1. t is- ' I. ,. . , , , . 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I . , . - I I E ,L , , X . ul 1 . xx V , o wk , . agua 12,2 gg I, 'fgpgiiwiliwfhlwvfg jr Jw pf s, 2 GIRLS SPORTS GIRLS BASKETBALL Gsrls baskefball pracfsce was nol sfarfed unfsl Ihe second week of school because The gym floor was beung refsnsshed The nscely funsshed floor was well worfh fhe delay The usual large crowd wa ouf for pracfsce excepf sn fhe case of fhe fresh men For some reason or ofher fhesr numbers were nof so numerous as usual Jusf gsve fhem fsme They wsII learn fo love baskefball uusf as much as fhe old fsmers do We are always parfscularly snferesfed sn fhe resulls of fhe freshmen because fhey are our fufure Alfhough The freshmen were nof so sfrong sn numbers fhey had some fasf lsffle fsghfers who made up for fhe dufference More power Io fhem Each class was able fo hold sls own sn fhe snferclass fournamenfs The sensors came our undefeafed The Iunsors were nexl The sophomores followed The fresh snen were Iasf buf also leasf The annual nughf baskefball games were held November IO Playday was held November I4 and I6 af Fullerfon The sensors easuly sunk fhe Saslor gurls wsfh a score of 35 fo 9 The sunuors pulled off an excsfsng game wsfh Anaheum wsnnung by only one posnf whsch was made dursng fhe Iasf second of fhe game The sophomores also musf have had an excsfung game sunce fhe score shows fhar fhey only defeafed Sanfa Ana by fhree posnfs The freshmen were well broken un as a resulf of drawsng Ihal always dreaded rsval Orange and besng badly defeafed Theyll do beffer nexf fume I-leres hopung fhaf Ihey draw Orange agasn nexf year and show +hem whaf s whafl BASKETBALL PLAYERS 'ENIORS Joyce Bro n Kurfy Cook Dorolhy Cranford Helen Furgason Irene Lawrence Vsrgsnsa La rence Eleanor Le hy Sophue Paduas c NA ry Belle Shersd n Paulsne Swasn Eluzabefh Wassum ISubsfsfuIuonsl Marsan Carson I-Iazelbelle Corner Barbara Cravafh Mary Huruchman ous Murry Vsrqsnsa Garrnoe Luculle Lvrssef Yuksye Kufasaks Fsuuse Kooarna JUNIORS Irene Puefy lcl Audrey Bensamun Beverly Benrseff Madelune DeBrouw r Thora Francss Lorene Krahnke E.snsce LaBrow Vsrgsnsa Lunger Madelsne Mclinsghf Margaref Peacock Anna Sufherlarud Selsu Yosluda Deldee M ckelwas? Subsfsfufsons Llewellyn Allen Wuns'red Bouchard Genevueve Bowen Vuolef Chruslensen Dorofhy Frsse Orace Ellen Swarfz Lsllsan Lunker Helen Marshall Efelyn Re d Wsnsfred Rsckrnan June Balzar Lous Alslof SOPHOMORE' Helen Parry lcl Ensd Berufon Laura Boyd Lorrasne Cox Marlon Murray Elasne McReynolds aeko Okubo Lucslle Shaw June Wslson Tarnako Kashara Laurus Adams Maruan Baxter Barbara Kuser Jean Murray June Slorey Irene Swasn Merle Swsngle Beverly Wlbur Genevseve Kung Mary Pafford rRESHMEN Beffy Cranford lcl Laura Handley Lou se Wslson Margery Wessgerber Kafhryn Cox Berfha Paduas Msnerva Allanson Vuvsan Parham Msksko Abe Theda Tucker Shsrley Phelps Mary Wafanuks Veryl Warren HOCKEY Affer weeks of grsndsng hockey pracfsce dursng whsch sksnned shuns, msssung knuckles, smashed fungers, and brusses of all sorfs could be proudly shown by almosf all of The parfscspanls, fhe gurls were ready for fhesr playday Playday was held af I-Iunfsngfon Beach, March I5+h and 2Ofh Affer fhe games, The gsrls enuoyed a swum sn fhe Hunfsngfon Beach plunge, refreshmenfs, and dancung Hockey ss a game well Isked by all of fhe gurls from every school and as uf us fhe fhurd playday of Ihe year, sf ss excepfsonally excsfsng because by fhaf fsme fhere are usually old scores fo be pasd back sf you draw fhe feam lhaf ss fhe vscfsm for fhss score paysng The gsrls who affend 'rhese playdays are all fsne sporfs, fherefore everyone goes home safusfued wsfh havsng had a nuce frsendly fsme, whefher fhey won or losf fhesr game Tusfsn's gsrls held up Iheur Hockey repufafson by wsnnung fhree games ouf of fhe four and fysng fhe olher The sensors won from Newporf The Junsors hed fhe Anahesm Junuors un a hard, fasf game wslh a score of nofhsng fo nofhung The Sophomores won fhesr game from Hunfsngfon Beach A word of prasse musf be sand sn fhe case of fhe Freshmen They perked up wsfh a fsne spsrsf on playday whsch surprssed fhesr coaches and fhe upper class gurls They foughf a hard Isffle feam from Garden Grove and won by showsng some real fsghfsng and good playsng Fsfty two -' v II ' , - - s-"face 'ff f ' 'Z "Ju "' ' 3 ' ,- r es--wsu -M1 hash rsffgfs-'fF H L-'IAQ' frm I flip '- ss - I- I fswfi "Lf: I A V A .ff AA MA' FA -M I ' 'T K Q AAA Sr' - ,f -I. m -. S ' i I . . I. , 'lf - .Ab - . I. .. I. I. we . 'IB HM" lwwlan' , , 3 -., -11 Iqq,-I, ,..f,,, , s,.. , ,J I M r. mr. .I , I I I ' s . s , - - I , . , . ' I , . ' V . . , I , - I -I 1 W s I u Au I ' n A . A W s i I A A I l. I G A 6 . A ' A . A . A ' - i A I A 'A s ' s A E u A s I I A - I A A J- I A As I A I A A I T' 'I ' I I I ' 9 I I - T 'lv u A u s 1 u A u T ' s u I s s 1 s 'W my K? imET"i BASKETBALL SENIORS T ROW P ulme Swann Es a befh Wassum Irene Lawrence Joyce Brown Dorofhy Cranford Helen Furgason BOTTOM ROW Mary Belle Sheridan Klily Cook Sophne a nas Eeanor Leu y Vrrqrma Lawrence JUNIORS TOP ROW Vrrqmoa Lrnker Sefsu Yosheda Anna Sufherland Made lrne DeBrouwer Audrey Benqarmn Madelnne McKnnghf Margarer Pea cock Helen Marshall BOTTOM ROW Deldee Muckelwauf Evelyn Reed Irene Puefy Beverly Benner? Eumce LaBrow Thora Francis SOPHOMORES TOP ROW Yaeko Okubo Barbara Knser Laura Boyd Merle SwmgIe Elaine McReynoIds Tamako Kanhara June Wllson BOTTOM ROW Marnan Baader Laurns Adams Bev erIy Wnlbur Lorrame Cox Lucnlle Shaw FRESHMEN TOP ROW Theda Tucker Mnnerva Allanson Kathryn Cox Laura Hand Icy Shnrley Phelps MIDDLE ROW Lounse Wnson Veryl Warren Ber fha Padlas Vlvnan Parham BOT TOP ROW Marlory Wersgerber Berfy Cranford Mnknko Abe QR Frfty three WT" M LT X Qfmnwwmwwffrr ggi lv'-xk Fifty four T +11 fIi5'1h-B We -"T HOCKEY semons TOP ROW Paulme Swann Dorolhy Cranford Irene Lawrence Barbara Cravafh Knlly Cook Ida G-rnffufh ry Belle Sherndan Full Kodarna DLE ROW lla H Joyce Brown Helen Furqason Lucille Grnsef Mary Hrnchman Lawrence BOTTOM ROW Yukvye Kurusakr Eleanor Lenhy Hazelbelle Corner Ellzabelh Wassume Sophie Padnas Vlrqlnla JUNIORS TOP ROW Vnrgunla Lrnker Grace Ellen Jwarlz Madeline DeBrouwer oa Ebell Anna Sulherland Irene Pnely Deldee Muckelwanl Selsu Yoshrda MIDDLE ROW Llewellyn en Helen Mars a Dorofhy Grlsel' Wnnnfred Rickman Lorene Krahnvce Madelrne Mclfrwqhf Thora Francis BOTTOM ROW Audrey Benlarnln Marqarel Peacock Eunice LaBrow Beverly Benrefl SOPHOMORES TOP ROW Arlhena Adams Laura Boyd Ilene Marshall Laurns Adams Lorralne Cox Barbara Klser Zelma Marshall MIDDLE ROW Evange lane Paely Irene Swann Tamako Kavhara Helen Parry Marian Bax ler Beverly Wnlbur LLcllle Shaw BOTTOM ROW Elalne MeReynoIds Yaeko Okubo June Wilson FRESHMEN TOP ROW Ayako Okubo Muriel Hubbard Helen Lazelfa Jeanelle Lcyshon Brlly Cranford Berlha Padlas BOTTOM ROW Vuvuan Parham Laura Handley Marlorne Welsqcroer Lounse Wnlson Veryl Warren Kathryn Cox . ', ' -'fi' ' .,rL - . ur K - v l., ,, , -X Q- I illu- - e llen can-I 1 A Q. Aff Ma ' ' ,' " , MID - Go , U w sy .V V C - , ' . l I-I . , V All , ' ' h ll,- I 'z I 'RHWWWIWWWEIH I ff 1 VOLLEYBALL SENIORS AND JUNIORS TOP ROW Sophne Pacluas Ellzabevh Wassurn Vlrgenla Lawrence Marlan Carson M ry B Ile Sherldan Ida Grlffulh Paulune Swann SECOND ROW Full Kodama Knffy Cook Dorolhy Cranford Joyce Brown Loss Murray lrene Lawrence Bar bara Cravalh THIRD ROW lJu lorsl Beverly Benner? Thora Fran c Deldee Mlclrelwaul' Leora Chambers Margaref Peacock Made lme Mcllnlqhr Madeline DeBrouw er Sefsu Yosnlda FOURTH ROW Helen Marshall Evelyn Reed Aud Benyamun Anna Sulherland Eunice LaBrow Wnnnfred Reclrman Lorene Krahnlce SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMEN TOP ROW Yaeko Olcubo Elaine McReyr'olds Alele Rosenfeld Evan oe me Puely Munerva Allanson Tamalro Kauhara June Wllson SEC OND ROW Zelnna Marshall Merle wlngle aurns Adams Lucrlle Shaw Laura Boyd Barbara Klser arnan Bax er Ilene Marshall THIRD ROW lFreshmen Louise Wllson Theda Tucker Jeanefle Ley shone Har: ell Ulrich Laura Hand Iev Avalco Olcubo Belly Cranford BOTTOM ROW Berlha Padlas Vnvxan Parham Helen Lazelfa Kath ryn Cox Irene Schooley Marlorue Wlsegerber Vervl Warren SWIMMING TOP ROW Anna Sulherland Eun Ice LaBrow Joyce Brown Madeline DeBrouwer Audrey Benlarnln BOT TOP ROW Helen Parry Lorene Krahnke Wnmfred Rnckman Belly eey Mary e e Sheridan a Grrffllh I TENNIS TOP ROW Eleanor Leahy Loss Mur ray Barbara Cravafh Ida Alder man Bertha Be'le Smlfh Marqaref Peacock Sefsu Yoshlda Helen Mar shell Helen Furqason Dororhy Wll son Vlrglnua Carson J lzgli.. Fzfty five JU 32" 'Y-5 A A' va-1' A- fr-J-' Is .H ff? V ' 'I "iz ' 1 ' ' : - f t,' :iw -:ff"'fY'a52 's....J xx was-cg. beak.-5' a ,iznfgi , .-, . ' .e .1 ,, - ,r A-Ei-5, -. K - A , .4 P 5' 2- , . I ,1 , loan 5 , ' - .aesm F - T' . .. A I. QL '- gs... I .. V, .mfr-'V V 'M "W" I I , I a e ' I , ' . ' . 1 r is, ' I ' , 1 B ' '- - ' D , ' I ,, I ' ' . S . I L . I ' .. M " + , ' I I . - lg I B' . ' A in A A I ,V . I , , F' . - V ' s I , ' 5 ll ' ', ld ' ' . 2 , :TQ E231 211' na :ia PM IW H5152 tag T o jp r q mi Af 13112 . I J ' S VOLLEYBALL We had a shorT volleyball season This year. The girls were anxious To begin Their hoclcey pracTice. From The resulTs oT The playdays aT SanTa Ana, iT seems ThaT The girls Trom TusTin had been doing more hoclcey pracTicing Than volleyball pracTic ing The Sophomore Team saved our name Trom compleTe disgrace by bringing home The only vicTory The Seniors losT To Brea by one po1nT The Juniors and Freshmen did Their besT buT were very much deTeaTed SWIMMING Swimming is rapidly growing Trom a minor sporT To a malor sporT Tor The girls oT TusTin I-Ii A much larger group Turned ouT This year In ThaT group were some very good swimmers This was proved in The swimming meeT held here November 2 Our girls losT TirsT place by only Two poinTs I:ullerTon Toolc TirsT OTher schools enTering The meeT were SanTa Ana and Anaheim TENNIS lnTeresT in Tennis is progressing rapidly aT TusTin There were more girls ouT This year Than ever beTore The courTs were always Tull and many had To be saT1s Tied by lusT lcnoclcing The ball up againsT The hand ball courT or againsT The building The cry Tor more courTs was consTanTly in The air InsTead oT Two ouT oT Three Tennis maTches in The inTerscholasTic Teams The Tennis maTch wenT To The one who won ThirTeen or TiTTeen games This year There were Tour single Teams and Two double Teams Trom TusTin Eleanor Leihy capTured TirsT place in TusTin s winTer TournamenT Ida Alderman Toolc second INDOOR There has been an excephonally large TurnouT oT girls Tor indoor This year sTaTed Miss Ivlaxson The girls indoor coach ATTer choosing Their capTains lla GOTT seniors WiniTred Rickman Iuniors Yaeko Olcubo sophomores Vivian Parham Tresh men The Teams lumped righT inTo pracTice wiTh a will To geT somewhere As playday or The Time Tor inTerclass games will noT come beTore This copy goes To press The resulTs oT The Indoor season cannoT be sTaTed buT a successTul season s predicTed BASKETBALL SCORES FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND I3 Sh I O 9 CC Q-gh D OD I Izfty xxx i . F . I . . X I , - . I OcT. I7 Seniors , 39 Oc . I Juniors 40 op omores I5 Freshrre' 9 Oc. I8 Juniors 49 Nov. 6 Scriors ., 42 Freshrner I3 Sophono es 6 cl. I Seniors . 15 Nov. 7 Serfors 54 Juniors IO Fresrvren II OCT. 24 S nornores Z0 No-J. fJ-'iofS 20 Fr 'ner I7 Sc hom: es . I4 OL? 25 Juriars 3I Nov. IO Soihorr ore-3 28 S horn: .s I7 F"?Shm'fI 4 Oc? Pb Seniors 34 Nov, I3 Se'-ers I7 Frcshme' 3 J-V' V5 4 O: 30 Srrifrs 'Tl S. A. J. C, I3 M fkf,,x1s 5 iggwmevmwr gg f F fx A ' W Q L' " " ' Q ' " l M' L -u -llx H ' 4-L L. l l l L ,Q f are r A f b ,M I Trl ' f ' 'Q I P M ' , , e A , ' e- S., ,T M " '- I b A T . ' ' c -, Lu 'fl r ' v. BASEBALL SENIORS TOP ROW Yulcuye Krlasalcn Vrrqunra Lawrence Dorofny Cranford Irene awrcr c F Koclavra E'rza c' Wassurn Sophre Padres BOTTOM ROW LLcrl'e Grrsef Joyce Brown la Gof Krlty Cook Pauline Swann JUNIORS TO ROW Eunice LaBrow Rurh Lee Lor ne Krahnke Madelnne D Brouwer Madelrne McKnngh1' Aud rey Benrarnm Thora Francrs BOT TOM ROW Beverly Benner? Anna ullverland Deldee Muckelwarf Wlnrlred Rnclcrnan Evelyn Reed lrene Plely SOPHOMORES TOP ROW Grace Chanqala Bar ara Krser Laura Boyd Lorraine ox cu e Shaw Helen Parr Elarne McReynolds June Wnlsor BOTTOM ROW Tarnako Kanhara Grace Elcheberrra Beverly Wnlbur lle e Marshall Maman Baxfer Yae ko Okubo FRESHMEN TOP ROW Ayako Okubo Marlowe Wersqerber Veryl Warren Lourse Wnlsor Jeanette Leysnon Loulse Aldn lv Laura Handley Murrel Hun bard BOTTOM ROW Marlorre Snoernaker Mrnerya Allanson Berry Crarford Vnyran Parham Theda I xer Srrr'ey Phelps Berfha Paonas Fxfty xeven 1 Q. I l M 62' I fzy -.-1 gh: wwf ff C X K X X g m f f SGEIIHMDGDIIEQ EIMIUINIED wr + gs gs mmwwwwwwlafg SOCIETY THE FACULTY PICNIC The EaculTy opened Thenr socual school year vw:Th a pscmc aT Hewes Park Wed nesday SepTember I3 aT 6 30 p m WuTn The and oT The school board They enloyed a delnclous menu and Talked Marlene SnulTs was The only TaculTy member presenT I0 slacks Gonng Hollywood on us Mrs ShulTs7 On The Thurd Monday oT every n'1onTh The FaculTy held a dinner or some knnd of socnal aTTaur all Through The year THE FRESHMAN RECEPTION Fruday SepTember 22 was a black day Tor The Freshmen During The day The Scnuors were hard enough on Them whaT wuTh shoe polishing wearing OT raggle cloThes maknng proposals eT ceTera l3uT aT The evening perTormance whale Ed pankey enloyed hnmselT as masrer of ceremonnes They groveled ID Tlour Tor pennues walked on eggs had wresTInng maTches sang and danced and were Thoroughly spanked ATTer The Indoor perTormance They were herded ouT on The TooTball Tleld where They showed wh T They were made OT by beaTung The Sophomores rn The sack rush IO To 9 A bonTure was IIT To Turnlsh lnghT Tor The melee Everyone agreed +ha+ I was The besT annTnaTnon ThaT has ever b en sTaged TEACHERS RECEPTION The Teacher s recephon was lovely Thrs year carrynng ouT a Spamsh aTmosphere 'vlrs L R STearns pressdenT oT The P T A presldeo The guesTs arruved To The Tune oT enTrancnng Spanlsh Tandangos On The program were Spanish dances bpannsh songs and a very enTerTannlng Talk by Mrs Vnrguma BarTleTT on Early Cal: Tornua CoTTee and dannTy cake composed The True Spanush meraenda The evennng ended wnTh much laughTer and gayeTy SPANISH CLUB LUNCHEON AnoTher unnTuaTuon was In Id Today OcTober 25 Thus Tlme by The Spanish Club Each oT The unuTua es was glxen a lITTle sign To wear which had The name oT an animal o :T ATTer a greaT deal oT panTomIme grunTnng and pounTnng everyone goT whaT They wanTed To eaT The ln1TlaTes Turnlshed The program and goT grea+ly confused IH Thenr Spannsh words Joyce Brown sand aTTerward I had a Terrnble Tame Trymg To TranslaTe Spanish as TasT as Mrs Daly Talked To me so ThaT I coulclnT undersTand her ' So The nnvTuaTes were noT The only ones havung dlTTuculTy THE HOKUMS' INVITATIONAL On February 2 The Drama Club presenTed Their T1TTh annual Hokums lnv1TaTuonal program 'MysTery an Blue", an orngunal play by Don Hall, '32, 'The MosT Foolush Vlrgnn' 'TeapoT on The Rocks", and Edna ST VnncenT Mnllay's "Arla Da Capo" were The plays chosen All were acclaumed excellenT ATTer The program. a dunner was served IH The caTeTerua To The Hokums mem bers and Theur guesTs For enTerTaunmenT durnng The dunner, Two radio plays "Super Service" and "VusuTors Trom The EasT" were presenTed Trom The oTTrce The TwenTy alumna presenT aT The dnnner when Talkung oT The programs declared Them To be The besT ever and sard ThaT They would surely make a greaT eTTorT To be presenT nexT year THE FOOTBALL BANOUET The annual EooTball bangueT, grven by The C5 A A To The VarsuTy TooTball Team Took place on November I7 WITh lnTTle TooTball players as place cards, sTraw haTs oT plenTy as Table decorahons a marvelous dnnner prepared by Mrs Eushs and served by The nnITIaTes, who under The durecTmon oT Ida G-rITTuTh also provuded The enTer TaunmenT, The bangueT was a greaT success Szxty ' "WTI"-r-"' T 551-, , , ' ' . 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W RUBE DAY Rubes OT all sOrTs and descrupTuOnsI Tramps labels hula hula dancers Tlappers saulors Pancho Vulla Tuzzue Lush men and women OT all ages and Trom all wallcs OT 'Te were presenT Rube day was helo On Aorul 6 and was a huge success wuTh The Senuors wunnung The cOveTed plague Tor havung The mOsT rubes presenT The Sopho 'nores were nOT Tar behund and gave The senuors a good race Tor Theur plaque Many pruzes were awarded and a good Tume was had by all CreduT Tor The success OT Rube day wenT TO The unTur ng eTTOrTs OT Ida GruTTuTh and George Bronner THE LETTERMENS BANOUET The annual LeTTermens banqueT vuas held n The caTeTera On Aprul 20 The servung was don by The unuTuaTes as vlell as The program As guesTs The boys had Theur TaThers Tom Lueb was guesT spealcer All Thoroughly enuoyed Tlnemselves cspecually The unuTuaTes THE OPERETTA On Aprul I3 The OpereTTa The Lucky Jade was presenTed oy The combuned Glee clubs under The durecTuOn OT Muss Madge STevens IT had Two very unusual and beauTuTuI seTs whuch were paunTed by The ArT d parTmenT under The unsTrucTuOn OT Muss May GreenIeaT whO also dud The cosTum ng The OpereTTa was a greaT success wuTh one OT The largesT auduences OT The year Maruorue Newcomb and Jaclc Runnells Toolc The leads very well THE MOTHERS TEA The MoThers Tea guven annually by The Gurls League Tools place on May 9 Thus vear A Japanese Them and program made u a very deIughTTul aTTaur The program was Turnushed by The Japanese gurls un scnool Tl e daunTy reTreshmenTs were served by gurls un Japanese cOsTumes In TacT The Theme was carrued ouT un every munuTe deTauI An enloyable Tume was reporTed by all Those aTTendung THE MAY BREAKFAST The May BreaIcTasT guven annually by The Sen Ors Tor The Junuors Toolc place un The caTeTerua on May I The pucTuresque Theme OT Sprung and Kuddues was well Carrued Oul wuTh gardens buTTerTlues and IuTTle Icuddues Olayuno un The gardens Charles Forbes capably acTed as masTer OT ceremonues and gave Th welcomung speech To The Junuors whuch was answered by Dean Francus The program, made up OT several musucal numbers and readungs was well receuved bv all The menu, prepared by Mrs E L EusTIs was declared excepTuOnaIly good IT consusTed OT orange uuuce, creamed chuclqen and buscuuTf, candued apples, chocolaTe and coTTee and slrawberrues, cream and waTers Truly a TesTuve mornung SENIOR DITCH DAY May 23 was a very dead day aT school Why7 IT was Senuor DuTch Day and The Senuors were aT CaTaluna Swummung dancung, dun.ng, and all OT The oTher unnumerable pleasures To be enloyed There were aT The Senuors' Tunger Tups whule The resT OT school swelTered over boolcs, wushung Tor The Tume when They would be Senuors and geT a DuTch Day THE JUNIOR SENIOR BANOUET The Junuor Senuor banqueT TOOIQ place aT T'lOTcI Laguna on June I3 and was excepTuOnaIIy beauTuTuI, an evenl' lOng TO be remembered by all Thus bangueT, guven each year by The Junuor class cOmpIu'nenTung The Senuor class IS The one Tormal aTTaIr OT The school year Suxty one .Q j-yi: gf--5,35 Is, I.--zhgrgjgu' , 1 Y- 2 . 1 '1 ':- -e 'sau GY! 53 3, 'Kyiv r:.1.g,3 'Lf-'gfT:':-.g 'g 31 s 'Ig . -I J . 1 -za 1-9. wr. - .-M I4 -I f if. ,. 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