Tustin High School - Audion Yearbook (Tustin, CA)

 - Class of 1937

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THE 1937 AUDION STAFF WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS DEEPEST APPRECIATION TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS AND ORGANIYATIONS PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION STEELE 8 MCINNIS Prmters RABE STUDIOS SANTA ANA ENGRAVING CO WEBER McCREA COVER COMPANY MISS EMMA B HIELD I W MEANS CLARENCE BOWMAN FRANCES PARKS CONKEY BARBARA MCCARTER AYAKO OKUBO WESLEY FISHER MISS GRACE SHULTS TUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL ff3Q4!,A,,,9f77.,Au4z ff' J jf' ffl,-fy mu ffA"'f-4441 Y4"4"""""" MAA' -di 1.1117 ,ff vfJ,..f,J XQJXZXIQ "' r aff 'ff ffdvtfixl A-1.,u-4,1-A-f.f.f"'-'4"fJ"-""' '!"l"f"J.L",,!1'4 ffflxvf' JV .A46 NIA!!-K! JIJVM, 411,411.1 jf,f,-J k J .f,,..,a-4412! -A-vi'-bus-nf PUBLISHED ANNUALLY THE ASSOCIATED SCI LIDENT BODY TUSTIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL TUS'I IN CAI IFORNIA .4 X , X jr ' f 4 ' f K! , f-gf - I ff ,, 4,1 , I 1 1 - z , 1 j' f 4, 'f J I 1 1 L . Q' I C' f I, A , 'Af f J , I !,, r I 4' ,Q 7 Q S' J- " 1-A . V no I I : .21-,f MC' Q 1 I I ,I , . 1 4 ' -' I X 1 , P 4 1 . 1' ,. 'I ' 1' . I I , I ' 'A 1 If L ' , , J 'CZ 7 '4 ' -4' ' f' I . l ' , f Q -1 - ,V -A,,.. . J 1 ' 1 BY UWHHH.. Commerce has chanqed our country from a scarcely recogmzed government to the most mfluentnal natlon among the countrles of the world Smce our every day llfe mvolves deallnqs ln commerce we the Audlon Staff of 1937 have chosen thls for our theme If all of you as you look through thls book w1ll keep 1n nund the xmportance of commerce ln our lnternatlonal natlonal and community life and as xt affects our mdnvldual lxves we are certam that you w1ll recognlze the txmelmess of such a theme The Edltor 4 I ' 4 l , If N4 F ,,l' Y , l if I K r 1 Y . . Y . Y . . Y Y 1 .f z, 4 , 'YM 1' ii' .E "X .YW As a student in the Tustin High School commercial department, Frances Parks Conkey brought honor to herself and her school by her outstanding work. Thoroughly efficient in her management of the countless details involved in the office work at Tus- tin High School, she has at the same time endeared to herself both students and faculty members by the sweetness of her nature and her cheerful, patient manner. In dedicating the 1937 Auclion to you, Frances, and to Nh, HErnie" Byrne, we do honor to two of the best all-around pals of everybody at Tustin Union High School. 1937... To one of the best loved members of the faculty and coaching staff, Mr. Ernest R. "Ernie" Byrne, we co-dedicate the 1937 Audion, hoping thus to express our appreciation of all that he means to Tustin Union High School. Mr. Byrne's commercial students not only have won many honors at typing, but also ranked very high in the commercial bookkeeping contests held every year. To a good teacher, a good coach, a good friend, a good scout ---- to YOU, 'AErnie" Byrne. WHS IlHINlIIPHl'S MlSSHHl This message, written just after Tustin defeated Whittier for the Southern California basketball championship, should very appropriately dwell on the value of good sportsmanship and team work as a commercial asset. The day of the rugged individualist is past. Today no one can succeed markedly without the aid of one's fellows. We can't all be brilliant: We can't all be financial wizards: We can't all be champions but we can all be courteous. We can all be fair ---and courtesy and fairness are the foundations of good sportsmanship, Coupled with average ability, ---courtesy, fairness, and team work are a trio hard to beat. Best of all they are a trio that are ours for the taking. Be wise! Fill up! Without money and without price! I. W. Means. IH37.. VIIIiI1HINEIPHl'S Columbus, you remember, discovered our continent while seeking a more direct trade route to India. Great Britain, according to Lewis Browne. expanded her empire in the early nineteenth century to insure markets for her rapidly developing manufactures. Many records reveal that, in all periods of time, man's greatest interest have been in the field of commerce. Man has invented machines to increase production, has improved transportation for a quicker delivery of goods, has built great and beautiful cities, and has offer- ed wearing apparel, house furnishings, labor-saving devices, auto- mobiles, and entertainment that have lured eager buyers. Two words, "unemployment" and "strikes" remind us, however. that commerce offers problems as well as comforts. These may be national and world problems, but they are, it seems to me, problems which must be solved by the daily application of basic principles. You as students and I as a teacher can help to establish the habit of thinking and dealing fairly. We can consider the other person's rights. give our very best in whatever we do, and campaign for justice for all. We can begin with the everyday relationships at home and at school. When honest thinking and fair dealing have become our daily practice, we shall apply them to any business in which we are engaged. Emma B. Hield. Y HMlHIEHS Pllllllllllll SINIH IHZU ln strong contrast xxas the f1fteenth century xenture of Columbus and Pmzon xxlth thelr trax els lncludlng the llttle flag shlp Santa Marla as they salled over the Sea of Darkness headed toward the Falling off Place Strange feelmgs thlob ln the breasts of these darma xoyagers as they set sa1l August 3 1492 and slnd oxer the round earth s brlm The hlstorlc one hundred and txxo xxere packed 1n the May floxx er and stoxx ed xxherex er a sleeping nook could be found Nexertheless after all that IS said about the Mayflower she xxas one of the largest shlps probably the largest that down to the year of 1620 had ex er crossed the Atlantlc Most of the prevlous explorers boats xxere hardly larger than strongly bullt extra slzed dorles or roxx boats A brand nexx leaf of hlstory had been turned blankface up On 1ts spotless page was to be xx rrtten bv thls llttle plxgrlm band one of the most marx elous truth tales the xx orld of record ex er knexx Wrth all salls set and sheets t1ghtly clexx ed the Mayfloxx 61 breasted the xxhlte capped Atlantlc Headed for a xxxlderness a land of xxoe carnage massacre and d1sease a land of xx hlch they knexx llttle about saxe the qlorlous fact that to reach safely the Nexx Worlcl meant freedom to xxorshlp God as they xxllled HUMANS 120 102 6 TONNACE 30 180 14 Orclmarlly these fxgures xx ould mean dollars and cents or some other types of monev But these xx hen declpherecl groxx xxelrdly caballstlc Flrst comes the elqhty ton Santa Marla xxlth lts one hundred and txxenty motley crexx the one hundred and elghty ton Mayfloxx er xxxth 1ts one hundred and txxo Pxlqrlms and the fourteen ton NC 4 aeroplane or skv ship wrth nts crexx of slx equalmg nn darmq sp1r1t the world s bravest dlscoverers flymq 0 er the stormy Atlantxc and flutterlng to the surface of the xx aters of Plymouth harbor c 7 ' V , . c . . . 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All- I .WI . rr I I Tru, ' I INIIHNHIIHNHI EHMMIHEI In the fnrst half of the nmeteenth century commerce was sloxx People xx ere too busy dex elopmq the mterlor of our natxon to thunk much about shlppmg to other COlIIltI'l2Q In 1819 occurred an lncldent xx h1ch had a profound effect upon commerce not only of the Unlted States but of the whole xx orld In that year a llttle steamer salled from the port of Sax annah and pushlng boldlv out to sea headed for the ports of Europe xx hlch up to that tlme had never been reached by 1 ste1m xessel from the western shores of the Atlantlc The xoyage xx1s successful and 'ls 1 result regul lr steam nixxqwtxon across the AIIWIIYIC xx is started ln 1838 In the second half of the century forelgn commerce qrexx by leaps 1nd bounds the ocean steamer greatly dex eloped 1ts poxx er xncreased its tonnwge and loxx ered 1ts rates The great dex elop ment of the ra1lro1d also 'nded marxtlme trade by brmgmg goods from the mterlor to the xx aters edqe With the opemng of the brelt Wu of 1914 our commerce xxuth other countrles lumped some txxo IUIIIIODQ of dollars e1ch year By the end of the war xxe xx ere domg 'ln enormous trade of more than txx elxe bllllons of dollars yearly As to the future of our forelgn commerce It IS dec1dedly wppwrent that xt xxlll dlffer from the steel mitermls needed IH the pist Qur bug needs from other countrxes xx 111 be nnnufwcturmg materml and some foodstuffs such 'ls coffee tea cocoa some sugar xxool snlk flbres 1e1ther rubber uns and qum Cur day of exports of foodstuffs and rwxx materlals has passed due to the constant qroxx th of our oxxfn country except 1n t1me of QHICIQQIICIQS hke the World War 'md ln the future xxe must rely upon mrmuflcturers to mamt1m our stc tdy groxxth . . 7 1 . 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7 4 Svuxmmlnq l Ho ms 2 3 4 The Nut Farm The Two lmposters Yours Truly 1l1e Hvaclnlhs 4 0 v 1ll 3 Span I1 lub 3 BARBARA COOK lknoumg her ulxat mort rould nm' uant7 Banlrctball 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 ockcy 3 4 Indoor 3 4 G A 4 Student Body Secretary 3 Student Body song leader 4 onor Socletv 2 3 4 C Dlstnct secretary 4 Glrls Lea que parlnamentanan 4 Clasi Sec retary 3 Commercnal Team 4 Spamsh club Secretary 4 Span uh cub 3 4 Claw trcasu I I IJCAR COX umnn abou s undulalnlngc EDWIN COX Hc rc not or one agc but for all Editor of Broadtaster 4 Class uce prcstdcnt I Class presndent 2 Hokums 2 Spamsh club 3 4 Lam I Tom Sawyer I Cass treasurer 3 Sophomore Circus A Sxummmq 4 B Swxmmmq 3 B Football 3 4 B Basket all 4 C Svurmmlnq Z C Track 7 B Track 4 Commercxal team 4 NORMA DALY Sptrrted talented lady Entered from Santa Ana 2 Girls League secretary 4 Class secretary 7 3 Girls Leaque ure prcstdent 3 Spanrsh club president 4 Honor Soclcty 3 4 anlsh club 2 3 4 Au ron Socrety Edltor 4 Audxon Stall 2 Asststant Edttor Broadcaster The Goose Hanqs Hxqh Cuts Glee club 4 Bas e b 2 Hockey 2 3 BETTY EDMISTON Those tt ho lrnou m ou my uorth panlsh Club 2 3 4 Grrls club 3 Operetta Volleyball 3 4 RICHARD FERGLI D s proper a la shall see A Football 3 4 rack Spanish Club 3 oys ce club 4 Le ter SAM FRANCIS fudge me by uhar I m Student Body president 4 Stu dent Body vxce president 3 tu dent Body parlxamentartan 4 The Nut Farm 3 Cl p ettermans club 2 3 asketball 7 3 4 A Tra k B Foo all B Bas e I B Track B Indoor Baseball 7 WILLIAM GARNER Y u to utll md ml mtcr estmg Bo s Glee club presrdent 4 B ys Glee club 3 4 A ot 4 B Indoor 3 A In oor A Svummmg 3 4 Lam Senior Quartettr Operetta Cho nl a 3 A Track ALVIN HARRIS A youth o pltasant uayx A Football 4 Sensor Quartette pctetta nnlta door 3 HAROLD HEINLY Hcrc ts a mtghty ltttlt' man Btoadtaster Staff 4 df PAULINE CRAWFORD rt netcr be card t at l m fra ty Spanish club 7 3 4 Gxrls Glen cu 3 4 Opereta o nlta 3 Girls Glee n pres ldent 4 Volleyball 3 4 LLOXD EBEL Knott mc and my cause aught ROY FELKNER I laugh because lm ap Entered from Tulsa Oklahoma A Football 3 4 A Bas e 3 4 A In oor B n door 3 PAUL FRANCIS He rs ltnou.n and so ulll be honored Student Body presxdcnt 4 tu dent Body vlce president 3 Class resident 3 Clp 2 3 et emans club 7 3 4 Spams 2 3 4 Audmn Stall 3 Broadcaster Stall 3 B Football A Foo all B ketball I A Basketball 7 3 Track I A Trac B1seb1ll I WILELLA GREEN 1 am a modest maiden DONALD HALL Thts body shall m stlemt kecp Entered from Orange 3 Track 3 DOROTHH HEIL Th r s laughter shmmg her cycs Staqe Crcvt 4 Girls Lea ue secretary 3 Grrls Lcaque ttca urer 4 Holtums uce presrdent 4 Hokums secretary 3 G A Bas a o cyb1lI 7 3 4 Hot ew 4 Indoor 3 4 Hokums lnuta tronal 3 Student Body sonq lea er 4 Class vell leader 3 Yours Truly NVrll1c 4 GENE HOLDERMAN A noble youth and a gentleman Class president 4 The Tvto lm osters A Football 3 A Basketball 4 A Swrmmmq B Foothill 7 C Svnmmm Letterman s t uh C lp Sct Ul!cC'1 l AYT' HOLFORD o 11 get veritus un oi mg qet vinrerr l ntered from Pomnn 1 4 he lvto lmposter: 4 The foo e anqn Hlqh Yours ur 1 1 llf: Hokums VVILLIAM KIETH Well tartan! l11n1 1 gntl ellou 'tours Trulx Wxllxe 4 St1qe rem 3 T nm: LHIYOKO KITASAKI Silence 1 more eloquenl han uordc Broadcaster Staff 4 Vollevball H 3 4 ln o r 4 ls b 3 4 Commerc1a Team 3 4 Honor Socletyl Z 3 ISAO KUSUDA former quit! mtl good nalured uae he X Football I 2 3 B Bwsketball B Tra 3 B Base 2 3 C Basketball l C Trackl TADAWO MURAKAMI man 11 ho tacklt ta 'mt doc: 11 hat limi nk Football 4 A ln oor 4 ootball 7 3 B16 e b1 Ind or IOHN NILWCOM Aollling if gulf tnongh to uorru about anish club 2 4 Broa :ter Q ff Football l ndoor l 3 A lndoor asketball 7 3 4 C Tra B Trac TFORGE OSTPRMAN Knouledge is tonteilttl herein Student Body treasurer 4 Class treasurer 3 Broadcaster Editor 4 Bows Sports Ed1tor of Broad as er 3 Spams c Hokums The Nut Farm 3 The Tvto lmpostors 5 The Goose Hangs High 4: Commercial Team 3: Forum Broadcast 4: A Football 4: A Track 4: A lndoor 3: B oot- -. : Bas e a 1 Track 3: B lndoor 23CTrack 2. BERTHA PADIAS H lang qorlou- C'rc'll i , t- . asketball l, . . 4: Vo ey- : oor l, -, , 4: Tenn's : Baseball manager 3: Class Treas- urer : Girls' League par ia- mentarian 3: C. . . vice- esident 4: G. A, . -, . I Piano: Class secretary 4: Stu- dent body Song leader 4: Span- ish club . g C' . Eiphfetn Q MlXRlll l'lLlBBARD true mart male 1 fr r fiend 1s etball 2 Hot ev Vo ewball 4 ln our thestr1 2 tonquer ulm labor: me trevt Z 4 Stuqe crew mmwqer 1 oys Gee clu Bo s Clee 1 ub president XUKIO KODAMA A little nonsense nou and then is rcluhed bu the bee! men A Football 4 B Football 2 3 Broadcaster Stall 4 Spamsh u 2 3 4 Letternmn s club IAY MILLS Tut to us nord 1: stork and his rientls Tom Bavxyer l Shoe Crew B Foot al The Tvto lmposters 4 The Goose Hangs lqh 4 Yours Trulx W1 le 4 Svummlnq manaqer 4 WIUVAM NELQON ftcrythrng he does ut-ll and he does eterqthing A Football 4 A Basketball 4 Track 4 A Suimmmq Student Body parlxamentarxan 4 amsh club 2 Hokums lettermans club 3 e Two lmpostors 4 B Football Svximmlnq B Tric 3 Student Body vell leiter 1 ut arm A n tour ass xc lea er Basketball 7 5 Class pr s ent 2 ass vell ader lneloor 2 C Svummlnq l Class ,uarlumentirlan 3 AYAKO OKUBO A good lady 1 1 tl tirtuous A 1'-urer 4 ennis 3 Hovk B tour 4 Volley 1 1r Q Spur s ldiror Brordtaster 4 Spanlsh club 2 onor one v ip 3 ALBPRT PADIAS Small o statur- .J tl .1 'g responsibility." ootball l. . : B Bas e - ' 1 4 : B Trac : 11 our 3, : rae . -. 3 Q anish lub . 3 i , X lVlAN PARHAM I1 Irby ma in "r1 :ski-tball l. -, . 1 ollevb: . -, . 3 oc ey 4 , . 1 ntoor , -, . 4: Class sec- rrtttrv 2: Class treasurer 2: Class s crctary 3 . . . -. . 3 '. . 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' - --11 E lllll CLASS When our class of 37 leaves Tustin H1 the exultatnon we show wxll not be because we are leax mg but because we feel that we have reached the hxghest posslble goal wlth the splendld help of a grand faculty Keepmg up w1th an old tradxtxon of havmg dntch day and of also gomg to Forest Home the senlor class spent an enyoyable t1me partlclpatmg m the many snow sports wxhnch that w1nter resort affords The semors came weary but satxsfled wlth the day that they had been dreammg about for four years May fxfth the Iumors were guests at the Senxors SOCIBI hlghspot of the year the May Breakfast wlth Qld Mother Goose Rhymes as the theme Such an 1deal t1me was had that many semors expressed regret when xt was over The Semors greatest t1me of the year was enloyed when they were joy ously entertamed at the Lakewood Country Club 1n Long Beach by the unxors After the banquet dancmg was enjoyed by all the lads and lasses of the two classes We are proud to say that our bxggest achxevement m sports thxs year has been the wmnmg of the Southern Cahforma champlonshlp 1n basketball The Senior class has taken the lead nn promotmg school dances and this term specxal mterest has been shown A defmlte step m everyone s wlsh to have so many successful dances a year has been taken and xf as much mterest nn the future as ln the past IS shovxn the class of 37 can look w1th admxratxon back on the1r years at Tustm H1 Jllllllllll CLASS Enterlng thelr thlrd year at Tustm wxth the thought of ralsmg funds for the lunnor semor banquet uppermost 1n thexr mmds the class of 38 bravely set to vxork Under the guldance of Bnll Cole and MISS Stella Yocum and wnth a great deal of co operatnon on the part of the members of the class they vxerc soon embarkmg upon money makmq ventures The year was started out by presentmg The Tvto Imposters a hnlarnous comedy wh1ch due to a lxvely sellmg of tlckets greatlv svs elled thenr funds As a result of the tlcket sellmg contest the boys honored the gnrls of the class at a d1nner m the school cafeterxa vuth a fme enyoyable t1me reported by both members of the class Other such th1ngs as sponsormg a movie sellmg candy at the xarnou other plays and hax mg tag days also helped them conslderably On May flfth the unlors were guests of the SQHIOFS 'xt a very delightful May breakfast held nn the cafeterxa of the hxgh school As the clnmax to our ex entful year vte entertamed the semors and facultv at the beautnful Lakewood Country Club vuth Robert Marshall as toastmaster The umors have been vsell represented 1n the varlous dutres and happen mgs around the school On the champxonshlp basketball team we have two members our g1rls teams have alvt ays been well spoken of on several occasxons bemg the only ones to vxm at competxtne qames we have several members on the mdoor tennxs and sxummmg team The track team was also xx ell sprmkled vxlth lunlors T 1 1 . . , , 7. v V ' ' ' , . - . . . . . v . . . . v . . . 7 . . - u ' 7 . . .1 , H . . , - ' V . 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V. . . ll'L'n H 9 1- lop Row Marv Ellen Andtrs e Arn l the-rt Amour B t tra Biker nhn Bal Altec Bartholomew bccond Row Exelwn Bennett trt rn xt L' 1 ex Lot C, lerrx Cooper Ar me o ms Chester Curl Thru em on X rqtt 1 tm wut 1 um Ena Belle Eqqlelon enclrlcki Elone Hull Exelxn xnn Horton one tlrtt Rwxmcnd lxxrth Doroth Leonard Frfth Rom Lola Lobhev Robert Manh.-:ll mm Mfttthexxw lumen 'lolxn Nltffarte lx xo ht 'Klx ami Mundo Mumlmmx Robert Newcomb Katherlne Doughtx brxth Row lltltn Btttx R1 ncr XX1llr m Rohm on Phllnp Rurnell: Robert Schostaq Lharlei Scott Nerf: Stott Anxta Sequra ohn Nodtn S xtntl Rm-t Gut xttr btrmdt Clee ttr btearn Don Thrall an Lucxlle YN alker Leonxrd XX urn r B-,rnlte XX1ltx Durttlx XX XXo t PICTURES NIOI' APPEARINC 'Tumi Mae A htrwft Htrrt ta Bnrlwoa lame Bla lork Luellen Cole Betty Harrns Erma lame: YN arrcn lxwtr France: Mclnteer Lwtrcntc 'Nlonrcx Tu 4 nm On '41-6 S - 'F , L' 7 VK -4 X Sign! . ' I if t ' '- ' ' : rt R t ' l a lu. . 1 ' . I 2 :4xr. ' '. ' '- ' A' , aE Bt' , Grlh' B ohm: Cl'l Crs '. N 'axexx 9 A' . l' C II' , , 0 ' D. 'K '1 A N. D. 1 l XV ll . Drcwv. N . Yvesley Flsher. Floyd Gorton. Lou Hanrmfotd. Thernm Hanxen. Fourth Rovtgliaoru Hara, Betty lean H ' .. : . ' u . Er' l. I. 'r, .' H ' . '- ' '. .'. nA ' ' 1 Q V' . ' T 'VS , N . Q ' 11 '. Ad . 4 .' ' . In , ' R I ' fel. Qi -: - V: 1 . -W 5. M I' 'F , . '. -e. ' ' ' -- t w 1 'mn los ' lf: O :ters Pm: y Bouchard President Beth Francu Beth Framrs Vrce Prestdent Rcbttta Archer Mwrqaret Coleman Secretary Treasurer Bcttx Brooks lohn Ostcrrnan Pa llamentwrran Lenora Marchant Emily Bouchard Yell Lmacltrs Fmrly Bouchard Eugene McCarter hell Leaders Beth Francrs lrrsr Rom Marq1ret Allen Rebecca Archer Tenna Mae Ahcralt Betty Brooks Fmrlx Bouchard Crace Bower l'll abeth Campbell Charles Chrrstran lna Chadlck Marqarct Coleman Thelm1 Cunntrqham Marv lane Daulev bumn Fhel Millard Foster Beth Francxs lim Fult Barhura Gilbert acques Crt et Thtrd Rws Vnran Grlset Arthur Gorton Anna Marte C: oty lean urden Fr Daud Krersey lue Klersey Beth Kellams Rene Llqrer Walter llnker Lenora March mt Fourth Rom Allco Matsantmvtu Lone Moore Muck lVltL,lrter B I NlcReynolds Ka ue Nrkamura Frye lxodama Paul Ktmhall Mttsuqe Kusuda Beulah ean Osborn oseph Ostrrrnm Frlth Row fumcy Page Vrrql-ua Palford Margertute Rnhels Vlxnn Rickman Lotus Rlehl ean gal-.bury Dons Smith rerewa Smrth unlor Staples Gerhard! Strandt Slxth Row Tomolco Kltrsakt Betty Suthultnd Katharine Ustarl Conrad Wanqler Rosalre Wird Frank Watannrku Wallace Wrxqht Arthur Wrtten PICTURES NOT APPEARING Dornthx Allen lack Becker Bernrce Calxm Charles Cummmqs Kenneth Dart Arthur Dlshm1n Vtlta Grtllen Martha Plumb Ralph Poh Marx Vermeulen For school Splflf athletlc abtllty school dances good students and all around good sports look to the sophomores We have among us the school yell leaders members of Vars1ty basketball football track swlmmmg tennls teams members of the scholarship soclety and other sxmtlar honors We haxe been promment m school affalrs and are axmmg for the honors of bemg good students ln our follovxmg tvto years at Tustm Tu tnfq Two 5 Q x . Q '44 Q - - - ff--. - - - . 'l ' ...... ,,..,,........ . ' ,, ....,,,,, ...,.,,... Miss Elsie Hull lolrrlmliobert Advlsers if . . - ' . A ' Q. 1 ' .1' , A' 'fe la 'V . 'z ' I, ' '. C .' ' Il .' .lil 1. 'H M- ,Q' 4. ll' , ' ' 1' ". ' .. ' , I .rs . '. A. Top Rom Robert Btrnts Robert Birtholomew Pe gy Brll Marian B tts Ha el Bower Dorohv Buthhrim l' xi ascv Rtthird Castello Brllv Chandler Wallace Critsenburq bectmd Rovs Una Lrmford F ith: D ugene Dans Etta Fbel Luuetta hqgltton Frames linth Lurene Flud lommy uttlkxvti Homer H inrioxtl Ka uko Hira Third Row ay Harbour Qene H1rr1s Lloyd llnldetmwn Album lussi Misato Kuhari lxtn Lee Billy Llenbrrqer Rose Linker Phyllis Luther Elxen Maluarne Fourth Ron Dorothy Mirtxen Rumour McCarter Kimiko Mlqrta l'la1ne Mills Helen Mitchell Savuiko Milr1k1m1 immy Osltrmin Kwthlun Phelps Rae Steele Lester Sherwood Milton Stexens Grace Stone Eta Marv Strandt Fed ltulbee Mary Kiy l'eter Bottom Row Bob Thomas Marv Eli aheth fhompson Robert Thornbarrovs Qiroline Titres Robert Wassum Robert White Roy Whitehead Ethel Wilde Theodore Vvillnms Doris Wiltshire Raxmond Younq PICTURES NOT APPEARING Dorothx Alstot Philip Brooks Frwncu Buchhelm Edna Ciirns Ambrosm Calbrn Sonny Lambert Lloyd LeBatd Harry Malicote Bob Masters Ceorqe Stllsbury Cecil bchooley Victor blmson Mitsuo Yoshida The Class of 40 The class of 40 was informally presented to the other students of Tustin High at the m1t1at1on ceremonies which took place on the evenxng of Septem ber 25 The widely dn ers1f1ed program lncluded skits stunts oratlons and proposals of marriage among other thmgs and seemed greatly enjoyed by all Class electxon of officers took place on October 7 under the guidance of Mlss Hxeld Philip Brooks was elected president and appointed a soc1al com mlttee to serxe throughout the year as an aid to new students This year thc freshman class sponsored noon games such as quolts shuffleboard and checkers A Christmas luncheon was held on December 17 1n the cafeter1a Gifts were exchanged names haxing been drawn at a previous meetmg Homemade candy was donated by the qnrls In February an election of officers for the second semester was held and Mary Thompson was chosen pres dent Tu ilu if Y- 2 1 ', g - , " e ':- '. t V ' ' I. l C. V. "z "J , I , "' ., l. W '- Q li' , 'el' . nhl, IQ ' . . 'I - , ' I' ' , ' . " V' F 'r 'z. 1 . - . : r '. ' ' - 1 . 3 . 1 , . rx. . .' . . .. ' . 'I 'Ai . I" ',. ' ', "2 . . '. I' ' 1 V, . '. Virginia Pollard. Charlotte Prothero. Fifth RnwiVirginia Rhine, Daisy Sarawatari. Mary Ellen Squires, Dona - I' , ., . 'J ' , I X r' K I rr 1 , , ' , 1 A 2 '. ', ' V' j, " 1 r , S Q Q O I V . I D l y v v- Y Y- . . 1 fi , . . -t-v -T! t. I I I I CLASS OF 1934 Bob Adams Shell Orl Co S A Ida Alderman Marrred and l ng San Clemente Audley Allanson Vlorkrng tor Sateuar Stores Inc Iaguna Beach Karl Xllrson Vtorkrrrg rn Santa Ana Harry Beall VVorkrng tladxs Berkhernrer S A J C Carl Blaylock S A J C Donn? Boothe Marrred lrvrrrg rn Utah George Bronner Lrte guard at Laguna Jorce Brown Whrttrer College Jack Campbell Workrng tor Campbell Flectrre Co Laguna 'llar an Careon VVorkrng rn Santa Anr Ruth Cawthon S N. Ielephorre Co Jack Chambers Vlorkrng rn Standard Serxrce Statron Laguna Hrzelbelle Comer S A Telephone Co Mrldred Cowan Vlorkrng Dorothv Crantord Vlarrred hvrng rn Santa Ana Brrbara Cravath Laguna has Co Nretor DeBrouwer Vlorkrng at home tenevreve Fuatrs Mt Vrew Cate luatrn Charles Forbes Goodvear Trree L A l and Fornev Vlforkrng rn Santa Ana Helen Ferguson Marrred Elnrer Rrtrrer Vrrg.,rnra Garmoe Marrred lla Gott' Currree Ice Cream Co Laguna Howard Could Marrred and vsorkrng home 'llarjor re towan Xloodhurw s College lla C rrttrtlr At honre rn Laguna John Haskell Bookkeeper Irrrne Lo theater Herl VK orkng rn Santa Ana Hazel Herl At home Marx Hrnclrnrarr Vlorkrrrg Plrrl Homer Vlforkrng Dorothy Hutter Marrred llalton Xourrg Marrred Ylaxrrre Ogden Xukrye Krtasakr Vlorkrng, Furla hodrma Vkorkrng Mary Lagrer Marr ed lrerrelawrenee S X lelephorreto Vrrzrnra Lavsrerrce S H Kress Lo S CLAS Llexrellen Allen S X J Lors Alstot Nlarrred Vkrllram Bafkmarr S A Irle Baku Vlorkrng at home June Balzer Xt home an Bartlrolomew S X J Leo Baudrrro Farnrrng on the Irrrre -Xudrer Benjanrrrr Xkorkrrrg rr rdoeror ottrce rn Santa Ana Bexerlw Bennett Pomona College r B nson Inrrsrsrts ot Arrzo l-d-el Brerbower Xlorkrrrg at honre Betrx Booxex At home Ieerl Boosex Nlarrred Xlrnrtrcd llouch art 7 ruff Fleanor Ierhv Marrred and hung on Lemon Helglrte VK alter Lrmbaugh Marrred and vrorkrng rrr Santa Ana Norman 'lierrnes Studvrng at the Pasa dena tommunrty Playhouse Iors Murray At home Oakes Neucom S A J L Manor re Newcomb-At home rn Laguna Arthur Nrsson Stanford Unrversrty Sophre Padras Marrred Loren Page Workmg Fd Pankey Pomona College Bettv Perrrn At home rn Laguna Douglas Perrrn VK orkrng rn Laguna Audrey Preper At home Hubert Pretv Bookkeeper tor Crtrvens Bank ot Laguna Peter Plumb I C L A Lloyd Srewers Marrred and lrvrng Laguna Nelson Rogere Marrred Nellre Lobb and workrng rn Santa Ana Jack Runnelle VS70I'klIlZ at Paxtorrs Narlrng Maclrrrre Co Santa An'r Mary Belle Sherrdan Art School L A Howard Spangler Holly Sugar Co John Sauere S A J C Rrchard Showalter Darrv S A Robert Sm th Shell Orl Co S A Davrd Sheppard V! orkrnf., Be tv Seelw S A VK P A Otfrce VK rlsorr Seacord 'Vlarrred Lors Nl aldrerr rtterrdrng., San Drego State College chrcken ranch Wrllard Stearne Pomona Co'lege Paulrrre Swarrr Mrs Clrarles Forbes Alta Mae Teter Marrred hlrzabeth VS aesum Marrred and lrvrng at Newport Beach Dorothy Vlrleon At honre Stanley Vlrlson l nrrersrtx ot Redlands- loshrkr Xoshrdr At honre Martin Jones Shell Url Co S A Clrarlee VS alderr VK orkrrrp, rn Laguna leach OF 1935 Genewrese Bowen Marrred lrwrrrg L A Eugenc Chittenden At honre Charlotte Colbs Nlarrred NIadel1neIJeBrourrer S X J I NK rlter lJeBrouvur Vlorkrng., at horns tflen llramorrd At home rothx Doughtx 'llrrrrc l rl llrrrnr, lustrn mee Dorle S A J K part Il 1013, Fbel At home Lour'-. lfbel Nlarrred Robert Forbes toodxear Ines L A Dean Franers Dorng mrssronarw work rn Fnglrnd Ht err trllespre Xt ho 1 .-. , .. A . . 1 4 y -A f ' ' - ivi in ' ,, -, , . v ' . -A ' l ' ' .1 . L- 1 ' . ' ' . L . ' ut- ' K. . D r ',.', f., 1' ' ' . . ' . -n A ' - , l .4 , 1 . . I , . , r , - . 1 . , . . .. , 1 . ' I I 'S -. 1 I 5. V. . ' .1 It r 1 ' ' 1 v , 1 - ,W 1 Q i' A 7 - A , .Z .. 1 . ' ' K in -' 1 7 - ' ' . Y ri 1 ' i' . I . V 1 . T f . , 4 L 1 ' ' ' A , . . ' -1 . ' ' 'A ' L "' K l . . ' ' , 2 ,kr . .. I 1 w , w P - ' V K vw 1 . . ' Y ! 1 . . - . . . . f -. K f 1- ' . ' 1' . ' " ., . . ' ' K . Q - K v ' - T. Y' . W1 . ' ' L I - T X . A ' ,' - "' ' ' Q k '.-r .... - -A -- U ' -- - in.. . .. . Y 1 . , , . - at ' y 1 7 - ' YA , I, ,'-L. . Y. . . ' . 1' 1' ', 2.' 'fr' '. ,. T . Lucille Griset-University ot' California. LSSHP P0llHl'tl-VV0l'kil1LZ Ht, home on his V - - ' V 1 C ' ' - 1 , - . , L , . . , ' 1 ' v- ' 1A . - . K . L. ' ', ' 1- , ' , . , -W HJ . . . - .1 I Y V - I ' ' ,V ' , '1 ' . ' ,.. I K , Y' I. 1 ' ' , ..' .V ' . fl , , Z if , 1 . 1 , . . v . Z- 1 -f '-- , .'-. I ..,. . ' Y, T V1 1 , , Y 1 ' . ' 7- ' 1 . r. , , . , . ' ' " i.. . ' ' .,,f.A. 3 . S 'L A... .C, '- 1 , Y, . 4 vjs1 ' - ' 1 1 i -f 1 ,. . - M' ' - fs, ,. . ci. ' " - -. ' -- " ' 1 "'r . Do' , j j .'z"'1e 'rrc 1 in ' C- 1 4, Ja ' A' . . '. ' ' 'nre. , . , 1 , , . 4 1 h Ca 'l e - ' ' ,' ' " na. I ,W. ' . ' -1. -1 l' .' ',-r nr -. 'tern R- 'nu I'hora Francrs Dorng mrssronarr work rn Canada Dorothy Grrset S A J C Nlarjorre Crrset At home Carl Hawkrns S A J C Robert Holmes lnnersrty ot Xrrzona Alberta Hoover Nlarrred Esther Jauregur At home Frnest Ixerr Vlorkrng rn Nlarrrrrers Str tronery Store Laguna Beach R ph Ixrdd S A J C Nlary Knoche S A J C Niasayukr kodama In Japan Lorene Ixrahnke S A Bookstore 'tlrnoru Kusuda Vtorkrng at home Eunrce Labrow Laguna Lumber Co Khllram Lee Dorng mrssronary work Georgra L ran Lrrrker 'NI rrred I rng rn S K Xrrgrnra Lrnker Vkorkrng parttrnre th T L H S ot' e Helen Marshall Attendrng Mrlls Collegs rn San Francrsco Bruce 'vlayhugh Mrssron Grocerv Tustrn Barbara McCarter T ll H S ottrce Madellne McKnrght XX orkrng rn a cratt shop rn Laguna Franklrn Mc'VIrchael Marrred Vtrnrtred Rlckman and workrng rn Santa Ana 'Vlary Agnes Wirller Vkorkrng Dorothy Mryawakr Workrng James Morrrs Vlorkrng' at Nlarrrners Statronery Store Laguna S re Niorrrog S X J C Xukrto Niurakamr XX orkrng Vlargaret Peacock L ot Calrtornra Robert Peacock l ot Cfrhtornra ne Pretr S K Dorrs Prrce Marr ed Jetlrey Rrchards fal Agr College Vkrnrfred Rrckmarr Nlrs Franklrn 'Nic Nlrchael Nlargorre Schooley Vkorkrng rn Santa Ana Vlrllram Shrelds Niarrred Dorrs Asher Robert Spray XX orkrng tor Montgomery Xl ard and Co Santa Ana Harry Stanley S A J C Halter Stutsman Niarrred and workrng at home Anna Sutherlaml Kress Co S A Crace Fllen Swartz Kress Co S Pllsworth Teter Niarrred Irene Thompson At home Wesley Llrrch NX orkrng rn Santa Ana Elorse VVa1ker S A J C Tsuyako Watanukr At home Donald Watson Pomona College Setsu Hoshrda Ar home 'VIary Yzuel At home Earl Handley XX orkrng tor Crty ot 'lus rn James Rrce Jr Assrstarrt trerght clerk tor Dollar Lines San Francisco Blanche Channell At home CLASS OF 1936 Laurrs Adams S A J C Drennan Ahern S A J C Nierrrll Allrson Vlorkrng Anna May Archer Studvlng musrc rn Los Angeles Nelda Arnold Busrness College S K Harley Babcock At home Harlan Baxter S A J C NlarJorre Blakeney At home VVrnrtred Bouchard Mrs Lecrl Boosey Bethel Bower At home Lester Bowman S A J C Edward Rrley Brrstow Goodyear Trres Inc Los Angeles Ldward Calrrn Vlorkrng Vrrgrnra Carson S A J C Grace Changala At home Leo Crawtord Trabucco C C C Camp Floyd Curl Vlorkmg at home ord Dahl S X J Dax 1d Dav Conrpton J C Lorrarne Pckles S A Beautr College Domrnrc lfrramuspe At home Grace Etcheberrra At home rle Grrset S -X J Joe Groty Vlorkrng rn Santa Kna D nn Hart S A J C Jean Hopkrns Vlheaton College Ihr cago Illrnor-. Emery Hubbard At home Barbara Julren XX orkrng rn Santa Xna NIarJorre Kenyon S X J C Don kennedy Vkheaton College Chrca go lllrrrors rrerrere lxrng X rbara lx ser S X uglas Lonard S X J VK orkrng tor Sam 'vlarchant Vkorkrng tor Orange County Auto Parts Inc Santa Ana Paul Martin S A J C Elarne NIcReynolds S X J C Claude Melton XAOIKIIIL, at home Hrdeo Niera VV0lklI1g at honre H rry Mrles S A J C Charles Mueller S A J C Vkalter Nelson lnnersrty ot Calrtorrrra Rrchard Nrsson S A J C Xaeko Okubo--At home Frank Ostrander 'vlarrred and workrng tor hrs tather Mary Pattord NI.-rrrred hung rn Tustrn Robert Pankey Pomona College Hurshell Parnell VVorkrng at home Robert Phelps Treesweet Co S X R1chardPhrllrps S A J C Hugh Plumb S A J C Nolan Rasher lreesweet Co S K Norman Rasher S A J C Leonard Schwendemarr Xx0lkll1g at Fustrn Cement Prpe Conrpany Joe ,Srrnrngton Rrchtreld Orl Co S K Orrn Smrth VVorkrng at home rn Olrre Cleo Stone VK orkrng at home lrene Swarn At home Lewrs Tadlock S A J C Kerth Fantlrnger S A J C James Thompson I C L Iew -1 Vtrllbrandr Free-meet C Xlma Xlrllrams Nlarrred Harry Brown Kr home llerr Burrklenrrn Xt home Runrond NK hrting Workrrrg U ' ' - '.- ' ' ' ' - 'ad' . 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T..-.-my .rf,.-.- lHlEHUNlHYSlIlHll1HUWhUIl. . lmaglne a llttle one story frame shack stuck betxx een txxo luger bulldmgs a xx eather beaten crudely pamted sxgn Grocer es on the outslde and on the lnsnde a d1rk cool room xxxth birrels of plckles apples 1nd other edxbles ringed on the none too clein floor At the front miv be seen a fexx xeqetables bolts of cloth and f1rther back ln the dlm mterxor rows of horse collars 'md blankets harnesses pltchforks and other farm 1mplements On the shelx es that protrude from the xxalls are cans of foods mostly from one packet and underneath these are bms whlch xxhen open dlSClOS6 flour sugar and other bulk maternls Such xxas the country store m the days of txx enty years ago Now obserxe a mammoth stone bulldlng occupymg 1 clty block clxx 1rf1ng all other bulldmgs around lt 1 blazmq neon slgn stwtmq tlus edxflce Hundreds of limps glare down at you from ex ery concexvible place Gllstenmg racks of fresh wx xter sprayed xege tables are llned up 1n orderlv compact rows axxaltmg your pur chase Modern attractxx elv decorated shelves hold a gleammg uray of cms of ex ery SIZE and shape and from every part of the xx orld Attractlxe baqs of flour and sugar p1cked1n ultra sanltary 1nd modern plants ure stacked up beslde cellophane brigs of rlce beins 'md hermet1c1llv sealed cans of coffee all untouched by hwnds Thls 18 the klfV and x1Il1ge m lrket of today And thus the countrv store has folded xnto obllx lon to become only 1 Joke xx hlle the store th lt xx 1s 1 drelm then IS 1 common occurrence l l . . - V y i ' ' ' 1 ' - , ' Q . 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X' V v 01 s S . , l , J' 'aff ' , - 1 ' V ' 1 1 L A L NOBLE SELLARS Editor m Clue CEORGE I KX LE Adm zscr HORACE STLVENS Buvmcss M nagcr ROBERT MARSHALL Cxuulatmn PAUL FRANCIS Boys Sportv Edrtor BILL ROBINSON Photography Editor DICK PHILLIPS Alumni fdllol BI"I'H KELLAMS fdluuiar fmlztor FLIZABETH CAMPBELL Sxphcmnn. 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SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY 'I he Scholarshrp Socaety has taken an several new members thas year 'l he sprang sessaon was held at Tustan thas year Delegates also attended the C S F meetang rn Orange Aprrl 6 and reported a X ery fane tame The annual scholarshap pacnac was held at Prancrpal I W Means beach cottage at Anaherm Landang Scholarshap members are lop Rom Illa abelh Campbell Arthur Gorton Robert Srhostaq Robert Ilaarlalaeaaaa Robtrt Nr-xxroaaa Robrrt Mar'-hall llelen Betta Ratner omolto Katasaka beumrl Rovr Beth lxrllanas rarates Baaahlataraa Ixamalto Magata Gertraarlr ashrda axe Ixarlama Mas Fmma B llaelrl ass I'lsae II Io vom ou laavolto atasalar Ay ako O um oas Casev Norma Dalw Barbara Cook Alau- Bartholomew I mes rn h I.aalaa Adamson THE Cl' IP Uraganated an 1925 the Clap an organazataon peculaar to Tustan alone 'and wholly representatave of the Tustan sparat has been rncreasrng an member shap steadaly Those xoted rnto the club are chosen because of therr faghrng sparat 'and true sportsrnanshap an some phase of athletacs Membershrp an the Clap as one of the haghcst honors accorded an the athletrc faeld 'rt Tustan Unlake any other club the Clap has no presadent or offrcers and outsadt of two or three socral functaons a year as stractly a serx ace club ass Strlla Xuaaana Arlxasrr: Mr Ralph VV Lole lop ova Mass Stella horarna Brrtha Iladaas M1rqareI Coleman Dorothy Wann Varqanaa Matthews Axako aabo Barbara Cook Vaxaan I arh na I lrath a 0 e rroaar on at n r aa ran a a n G A A Many new garls haxe become anterested rn athletacs thas year The anterest an basketball was proven when many students who had not reported before reported for practaces Volleyb'all although not an actrxe sport receax ed the record attendance of about half of all the qarls attendang Tustrn Hockey 'a favorate sport had an aa erage attendance of about I4 players 1 class for all practaces In andoor there has been a marked decrease rn anterest There are about erght players reportang for after school practace All these sports lead a good sportsman to the Garls Athletac Assocaataon commonly recognazed as the G A A Three hundred frfty poants and an anataatron are requared for membershrp The G A A sponsored a very suc cessful annraal banquet for all Varsrty football men Many G A A members were ancluded an those journeyrng to Graffath Park Los Angeles May 3 and rncadently all teams came home vactorrous Ten Cv A A members were ancluded an those attendanq Pomona College May farst Color teams were selected upon arrax al and all garls reported 1 x ery enaoyable tame although some were opponents 0 Rom Fa r orl anaa ar are olena aaa a na rr ctt rat ar a arae ro lwtherba llr hrastlan Axako Okubu Tlmoko Katasalar Srtoaad Rravr Chlyoko Katasaka Btttw eaaa llandracks Mararl Hubbard Beth Francas Pmalx Bouchard I'herma Hansen Anata bt-qura Eleanor Cogan Vaxaara Parham bharlrw Phelp Varqanaa Pafford Bertha Padaas hard Rom I'l0a e l ll Martla Fhompson lsabrlle Ahern Dorothw llell Barbara Baker M-.rraae Adam Mara Ellen Anderson B th Kclla-ns Belts Lou Hanraaford Gertraadr 'Io hada Ma te 1 Yocum o toaaa Row Vera Scott Varqanaa Matrhrvrs oro hx Wann H ltn e ts Ra mr Izrma amrs Barbara Cook Rebecca Archtr Dorothx La an rl Cvrendolxn NI Carter Fxrlxn Beraartt Tlmru -4 . . . 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V N w N 1 LETTERMAN S CLUB Wtth two days of queer costumes and paddles the Lettermans Club open to all boys making an A letter rn a mayor sport at Tust1n wound up therr xery successful season as a club The hetght of the season was when the club sponsored a vlctory drnner for the Champronshlp Basketball Team m the school cafeterra Although there were many more 1n1t1ates than Lettermen the elders were able to keep the sttuatlon well under control lqop R yt Albert Padra Ch rles Scott Don Hall Vfalr I.1nk Perry Cooper Horace Stexens Bob Arnold Vnto Linker Mlllard Foster Second Ron Paul I'rtnc1s Takev Yamada George Osterman Robert Atwood Bull Nelson Bull Bouchard Wuklo Kodwma Tonu Sala ar Bottom Royt Ceue McCarter Lavtrerae Monroy Robtrt Buchhexn bam Frwntts Arlyn Stone Gene Holuerrran Gilbert Brrstovt Robert M1rshall SPANISH CLUB The purpose of the Spanlsh club open to all students haymg completed two years of Spantsh IS for mutual entertatnment and the creatron of enthusl asm and mterest 1n that language A varled and mterestmg soclal season has been had th1s year w1th beach part1es durmg the summer months at Mrs Daly s home 1n Balboa Island and the annual Spanlsh club party O agus Beth Kellams Presrdent Norma Daly Marq'tret Coleman Sent-tary Marqtret Colem1n op Ron Albert Ptdtas Ktnneth Dart fonte Sai Ctorqe Btl tr B Mcllleynolds Bxll Bouchard Wwrren 1 Robert btlostaq Ceorqt Osterman Second Rom Vtctorn Cintle Iulu Adamson Marmrte Shoemaker Qht ur L l Xxxnn Pwrhxrn Paul Frincts ohn Neutom atques Crtset Eleanor Coqan Norma Daly Paulrne Lrmfotd Bettx l'dm1nston Eloise Hull Evelyn Bennett Antta Sequra Tnnrd Rom Elwood Boosey Betty Lau llxtnwford Mrs Elsxe L Daly Harriett Ulrich Ayako Okubo Chtyoko Kttasakt Esther Belle Chrtstran xlarqtret Coleman Grace Bower Gertrude Yoshrda Fourth Royu Catherxne Ustarr Vtvtan Rrckman Rebecca Arther Anna Mine Grotx E11 abeth Campbell Barbara Otlbert Vera Scott Barbara Cook Helen Betty Rrtner Betty Sutherland Allce Bartholomew Beulah Osborn Bottom Rom Horace Stexens Robert Marshall Robert Nuxtornb oseph Oslerman ohn Bal ar Edvm Cox Bull Nelson Noble Sellxrs Sam Erancls aukro Kodama tm Fult Robert Buchhetm GIRLS LEAGUE The Gtrls League under the prestdentshtp of Harrrett Ulrlch the Ilrs. semester and Dorothy I-Iexl the second semester has done a great deal thls year to create better fellowshrp among the qrrls and to get them better acquamted w1th each other All glrls are el1g1ble to thls soclety whose a1m IS to brmg the g1rls togethe rn a cooperatlye manner The annual Gtrls H1 mx get acqualnted nrte was held tn September 1n the hugh school for dmner and then adjourned to the swlmmmg pool A merry tlme was had by all The annual Southern Caltfornla conventxon was held at Carpenterra I-Ilgh School th1s year and the three delegates reported a xery enyoyable t1me In February Fullerton I'I1gh School acted as hostess to all of the ftrst and second semester offtcers of Orange County Gnrls Leagues Exchange programs were held w1th Laguna Beach and I-Iuntxngton Beach 1n March and May Mrs Enld Case from Bullocks gate a xery 1nterest1ng and helpful talk on fashlons before the assembled qlrls and P T A on March I8 May 7 a Mothers and Daughters banquet was carrled out successfully 'md beautxfully XV1tl'l the theme of Sprrnq Thts banquet was held m the cafetera and for the purpose of acquarntmq the mothers w1th one another O I L Harrxtlt Ulrtch Prtsxdtnt Dorothx srl yn tx Secretary 6' tn Btltx Rxrmr ornn tx e n B truer Beth lxe 1m D xothx llul Harrrett Ulrtth Barbara Cook rqtt 1 'N nt t Dorothy Vkmn Nils Florence Lmtlhlom Tftz, tt 1 ' o 'f . . s. a , . . 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' 1 ' Y1, 11. ,If hw-xs A' ' . , ,s 'tr 1-T 'o DRAMATICS CLASS For those anterested an dramattcs the dramatxcs class under the dtrectaon of Mass May Rose Borum as a fme class Besades presentang a three act play each year the class puts on panto mrmes and Commedaa del Artes studxes plays and playwraqhts and presents many one act plays for varaous orgamzataons and clubs Thls year the class play was Yours Truly Wallae a fast movang comedy The class as open only to rumors and semors op Row Mass av Rose Borum Frames Whataker Dorothy Heal Flvaood Btmsey Wallaaaaa heath lnvaell Dart Mary Watanlaka Setond Rox-a Bet x lou Hannalnral ane Connor Hearnarw Halter Chester Stearns Noble Sellars as Malls Dornthv lraanard Gwendolyn MtLarte1 Bottom Rua Ha-ttw can llentlrarks Martha llmmpson Sharlex Phelps Faye llollural Ether Belle Chrastaan Fleanor Coqan Luas Casex HOKUMS The Hokums Club the dramatacs organxzatxon of Tustan under the drrectaon of Mass May Rose Borum held tts meetang twace monthly durmg vt hach pantomxmes and Comedxa del Artes were done The annual Hokums lnvatataonal was not held for the farst tame thas year because of the crowdang together of the yunaor and senaor plays ln order to earn a pan a member of the club must earn 20 pomts by takmg part an any school actavaty that has to do with dramatlcs When a member has earned the 20 pomts he recen es a gold p1n a guard and mask Upon earnang 100 pomts the member receaw es two green eyes for has mask and for another 40 poants another yewel as added to the pan Only sophomores yun aors and semors are ehgxble for membershap to thas club O lr Noble Sellars Presrtlent llxaootl tansax Dorothx Heal Xue presarlent Eleanor Caaqaaa ane Connor Searetarx 'lreasurer Chester Stearns Marx Vfatanaakr Parlaanaentaraan 'Nlartha lhtnapsaxn lsahellr Ahern Member at Larqe lsahelle Ahern p Rt Vera Stott arqanaa Pallord Betta liraolts Marqaret Straw Marx ane Darla Marqaret Allen Barbara talhert lcttx Suthcrlantl Sc-tond ova Beth Franras lnaalv Bouahard Marqaret Ltaleman Martha lhmnnsaan llarhara ll ker l'leanor Coq an ll len li ltw Ratner lrn anaes Anata Srqura Pla ahetla Campbell Anna Marn- lravtx 'lhartl Ram Betty lou lrlannalurd Betts ean llantlratlas Isabelle Ahern lranras Whataker Mxrrare Adams Chester Stearn Flutaawtl Bousex Noble Scllars Lumllla Loman Dorotha Allen Beth Kellams Lennra Marthant lourth Ruva Please llaall ane Connor Nlarlaarae Shoemaker Dnrothx llral Sharlex Phelps fue llollord Esther llelle Chrlstaan llarraett lllrath Buelah Oshaaanc Mars Watanalka Ra-betta Arrher llottaana Rosa Norma alx Robert Marshall Robert Nevaaomh Bll Nel an VNC lex lasher Ball Rohanson STAGE CRAFTS CLASS Always seen but seldom prarsed may be the slogan for the T U H S stage crew They are the ones responsable for erectang such fane sets for the varaous plays each vear hspecxally good sets were deslgned and erected for the rumor pl1y The Two lmposters the senaor play The Goose Hangs Hugh and for the Dramatacs class play Yours Truly Wallae Under the able darectaon of Charles C Brasco the class xx hach contaans two grrls thas year as held twace a week 0 Run axna nd auth o arm r are rl rotaa l l Ptrrx Loopar ar a d Lrvaan llavrton etonal Rom Llxala Ca ew Ball eath Ra tr! moo Kuo ha Masavaa Tlaarlu I r N . 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Iimntln l..'-multi Fl K , A if ,vu U V I A I 'mln lg l Ia vr Eos r Ellmt , . .. . , B'll l -.-rx STORY OF THE PLAYS Due to lack of mterest of the students of var1ous classes the usual class plays vtere open to the ent1re student body thxs year Thls way more students came out for each play and the competntxxe spxrnt was much greater THE TWO IMPOSTERS The Two lmposters a fast movmg comedy mcludmg a cast of over fnfty characters twenty f1ve of vxhom had speaking parts xxas presented nn the audxtorlum on December ll The play a football story vxrltten by Tacne Hanna Rew IS centered around a group of young people vxho leave thexr home tovxn to face the ups and downs of college lnfe Gene and otty enacted by Noble Sellars and Chester Stearns are offered scholarshlps by two Monroe College men Elvx ood Boosey and Robert Newcomb much to the dellght of thexr fr1ends Wesley Flsher Betty ean Hendrxcks Betty Lou Hannaford Esther Belle Chrxstlan Blll Robmson and Gene s httle sxster Faye Holford who ns thrilled by her brother golng to college to play football Harrnett Lllrlch and Eleanor Cogan portrayed thenr parts beautxfully as dxd Barbara Baker Helen Betty Rltner Gwendolyn Mc Carter and the four sororlty gnrls Martha Thompson offered many humor ous mcldents vxhlle Mr Vmcent L Humeston gave a good portrayal of '1 stern football coach THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH The Goose Hangs Hugh semor play was presented nn the audntorlum Lrlday March 5 The plot centers around tvxo twms of college age and thenr elder brothe1 Hugh who haxe always had everythmg handed to them on a s1lx er platter but xxhen the real trymg cr1s1s comes they proxe therr true worth and comc to the and of thenr bewxldered parents The two fond parents Mr and Mrs Bernard lngales xxere played by Noble Sellars and Helen Betty Rltner Henrxetta Barboa and Bxll Robmson played the parts of the txxms Chester Stearns portrayed the blq brother Hugh The part of the grandmother was excellently portrayed by Faye Ellen Holford vxhxle Norma Daly played the part of Hugh s flance YOURS TRULY WILLIE Wnth a matmee as a speclal feature the Drama Class presented the l1ll3I'lOl1S comedy Yours Truly Wxllle xxrltten by Katherine Wayne and under the xery able drrectlon of Mxss May Rose Borum The plot centers around the efforts of a young fellow Wrllle vxho trxes to purchase a tuxedo m order to be well dressed for hrs bnrthday party whxch hrs father Chester Stearns xs throvxmg for h1m The entlre famlly composed of Lowell Dart as Wnllxes brother Lois Casey as Wlllle s sister xvlth Faye Ellen Holford as Wlllne s gxrl frlend and Betty Lou Hannaford as Mrs Phlfer Wrllle s mother about go mto hysterlcs xx hen Wlllle on the mght of the broadcast falls to show up Everythlng IS patched up hovx ex er when the father recelx es a blg order for pamts and Wxllxe becomes a hero Tl 1 gl Y . 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I7-v1 y- wo RICHARD ARUNDELL Hard lssTTsng sensor Wsll be msssed greatly sn the lsne up next year BILL NELSON Also a sensor Quarterback and a nsce passer Wsll bear watchsng sn Ister years TAKEO YAMADA Tok To most people A good defenssve man and always full of flqlll He leaves a bsg vacancy t fsll next year GEORGE Gorgeous OSTERMAN Played the center posstson along wsth Gslbert Brss Tow Although not very heavy fslled sn nscely CHARLES Charlse' SCOTT Lsghtest man on the Team Played halt back most of The tsrne ls one ot The returnsng lettermen and has bsg Thsngs expected of hsm TONIE SALAZAR Usually played end A pretty pass snagger and can hold hss own wsth the best of them Ths ss hss IasT y ar at sustsn ROY FELKNER Out of the sport most of The season due to snsurses he nevertheless was a stellar player RENE LAGIER Sheep has stsll another year at school A bst snclsned to loaf but 1 VICTOR LINKER Also played end wsth brother Walt Is a sophomore and wsll be back WILLIAM BOUCHARD Hard Ioater but when hst hard occassonally showed some tsght ALVIN HARRIS Another sensor who wsll not bo returnsng next year GILBERT BRISTOW Bsg hard hsttsng psvot man who saw most of the actson from Th Center spot Wsll also be returning next ea PERRY COOPER Well buslT and one of The most promsssng lsnemen sn the underclass men TADAWO MURAKANII Graduates Thss year Always Turned sn a nice game WILLIAM GARNER Tall lanky saw most of The games from the bench Graduatsnq sensor MICK McCARTER A shstty tast fellow who ss very apt to tll PsnT's shoes next year Only a sophomore too GENE HOLDERMAN Zep w s a stand ou' at hss tackle posstson Wel buslt h was always sn The thsck of thsngs RALPH DAWSON Fresh up from Capsstrano A swell loater back next year PAUL FRANCIS Quarterback and ssgnal caller supreme Psnt although small could them Graduatsng sensor LAWRENCE MONROY The hardest hsttsng and fsghtsng fellow of The team Cornes back next year To keep the good work up YUKIO KODANIA Exceptsonally lsght yet always ready To try Also a sensor WALTER LINKER Walt tamed for hss neck te Tackles Played end and ss reTurnsng next year ROBERT BUCHHEIM Guard tall but a good tsgther He graduates thss year Too Anorher ga to fsll ROBERT ATWOOD Because of a bad knee was ressgned to besng MGR SUPREME ev- P rm Tlssr -- - . 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I -.- . ,- B FOOTBALL Playing their first and last league game th1s year the Tustin Bees defeated Brea I9 6 for the Minor League championship on the Tustin turf November 19 936 The thrill of the game came in the first quarter when little Millard Fostex intercepted a Wildcat pass on his own 28 yard lme and ran the remammg 72 yards for a touchdown Padias made the conversion on a place kick Porky Osterman also intercepted a pass runmng lt back 30 yards before he xx as stopped Casey then threw a pass ox er the goal lme to Padias for another score The third touchdown came as a result of a sustained drive dovsn the field with Foster taking it over from the 6 inch lme The rest of the games which were practice games saw Tustm nearly always outweighed but putting up a valiant fight Scores Orange 20 Tus tin 0 Santa Ana 25 Tustin 0 Garden Groxe I2 Tustm 6 Althouqh Tustm put up a xaliant fight in the Minor Major league playoff with the Newport Harbor Sailors they were defeated 33 6 Tustm vms in scoring territory several times but lacked the punch to score Valencia 25 Tustm 45 By starting their league on the Brea Olinda court with an easy victory the Minor League Laguna 13 Tustm 34 After tlvllllllg I0 3 in fust quarter the Tillers came back Vkltll 1 spree of baskets to X in easily over Laguna on the home floor Capistrano 14 Tustm 31 With Sam Francis rolling up 21 points the Farmers easily turned under the only contender for the Minor League flag to cmch the championship Brea Olinda 12 Tustm 25 Finishing the Minor League with their lowest score in the leaque compe tition the little Tillers set back a hard fighting Brea quintet in the Stanley Gymnasium Anaheim 14 Tustm 40 Playing the first of a two out of three playoff for the county champion ship on the Orange floor the Tillers badly licked Anaheim while turmnq in one of their best games of the season Anaheim 17 Tustm 19 After losing their star player Sam Francis on personwl fouls the little Tillers came from behind to win the second game of the county playoff to qualify for the Southern California playoffs Pasadena I4 Tustm 39 Paced by the sharpshootmg Sam Francis who chalked up 23 pomts Tustm turned back a tall Pasadena quintet with a surprisingly easy victory on the home floor I I C . , . . , . , l . . 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IOOTBAII TI'AM lop Ram Gcorqt balnhxnrv Ambmsnu hal 1x1n Bul Rnlnnsnn Rofert Wasslxm hn Bl l 111 Lt M1 111 1 url nhn evxtom Wirren ner nlmn l11Ilsnd1n l'1rl ucv Ph1l1p Brook Homtr H mnxford Vntor 'nuson Mr Kurff Louh Robyn lhur11b1rr1m mum O u rm In 1 e111 cr tr 1.o111s lt nu lx 1r 1 xr Oslermln VVeslcv Fuhcr m1n qnr C FOOTBALL Paced by the1r l1ttle quarterback Cotton Balzar Coach Robert Korff s team gaxe Tustm 1fS second l1ghtwe1ght football t1tle Although the team as small they were well xersed ID fundamentals and had the necessarx punch Though they were defeated by Orange nn a league Contest two other teams defeated Orange thus the t1tle was automatxcallv gn en to Tustm I l1l1 THEY DID l'I 1' Loach B111 Cole and his xarsity basketball team went to Whittier Saturday night March 13 and came home with the Southern California high school casaba crovun Yes they did it' routing an outplayed Whittier Cardinal five 34 24 as Sammy Francis rolled up an amazing 23 points to sweep the lo ers off the floor They did it by scoring fifteen inspired points in a torrid second quarter They did it by holding dovxn Arwille Dedmon and Tommi Sepulveda Card hotshots to 5 and 6 points respectix elv They did it by the same clever passing and heads up ball playing that has marked their play 111 season They did it to give Tustin high school its first Southern Caliform crown in any sport in school history Thev did it to top off the most success lul and sei sational season in Tustm s basketball history They did it in four last but most important Whittier Edwin Cox Pomona 20 Tustm 23 Playing again on the home floor Tustin drew a step closer to the Southerr Lalifornia championship by nipping a clex 81 Pomona five by three points San Diego 30 Tustm 34 Playing before a crowd of 2400 n the Whittier gymnasium the Tlllers qualified for the finals bv knocking over a tough team from San Diego The two Francis brothers scored 31 points betvx een them Whittier 24 Tustm 34 Finishing their season with the highest honor a Southern California l-ligl' School team can obtain the little Tillers beat out Whittier before a capacity crowd on the Whittier College floor Tustin played air tight ball and never was in danger at any time Paul Primus W :lt lin cr Sim Francis Limrtiitc Monro Vit Linker lorlq .Su . . ' ' ' f " 'e successive playoff victories, wins over Pasadena, Pomona, San Diego, and s ' . w . . . . . . 7 . . . 2 . . . I . y ? ' . .1 cs Hanxada or 11 ku rrx Luugcx m mr 0 n Nnvumx Fury S alt Lmkcr bam Ifmmzx P.ml Ifmmxx X1. I,u,ncr Hull Colm, Idmrcmc Mmm-v Mxllard Fmwr. Arlyn Slmw Tk 1 ' . H 1 c bt' 'zzx Pc 4' 1 W R A' Pclk ' I h ." -. ' W f. rrcl B BASKETBALL Nosed out of the Orange League Championship by a last second basket which left the score 27-26 in favor of a larger Huntington Beach team, the Farmer littlemen nevertheless completed a very successful season, by losing only two games, both of which were only lost by 1 point. The scores of the league games were: Tustin 26' Valencia 14: Tustin 29, Laguna Beach 13: Tustin 25 Anaheim 19 Tustin 24 San uan Capistrano I8 Leach Ernie Bxrne ohn Bal ar Albert Padras lxroshi Mum: Srnao Mrrakaml Philip Runnels Clyde Casev oc Kerraex Vtfarren Krser ohnns Ostt man ohn N atom Bob Marshall Noble Sellarc Edwin Cox Milton btcxcns Wcslrw Fisher manaqer TENNIS This year Tustin High was well represented in the tournaments of South ern California Entries were sent to the Fullerton tournament during Christ mas xacatron the B tournament at Pasadena the Ojai tournament then our own county singles and doubles Elimrnated rn the county singles both Tustin s entries Horace Stex ens and Bob Marshall went on to be finalists rn the county doubles tournament They were beaten in a three set pitch battle with last years winners from Anaheim Tustin s racqueteers dropped their first and most crucial league encounter with Laguna 16 9 As this year Tustm is in the Minor loop only practice matcl es will be played with teams from the major league mdrnq Courh Rxfaert Korff Mrltoi Stcxens llorxte Steuns B rrti su rrs r ar asc Qmral Wanqlc Bill Robinson a Harbour Ted William Bottom Ron Gtorqr Salisbury Sunao Murakami SWIMMING Losing most of last season s swimmers Coach Vincent Humeston s swim ming squad at the time this story was written was due to turn in a fairly successful season Coach Humeston put most of the strength on his Bee team which he predicted would have a fair chance for the county which will be held at Huntington Beach May 25 I'op Roux Kixoshr Mrsama William Drew Noble Scllars Weslex Fisher Ralph Dawson Edwin Cox Bl Bouchard Bob Arnold Daud Kcrrsex Bill Lernherqer hvarren Krser Euqene McClrter Second Row Mauro Kaihara Mxrsuo Yoshida Chester Stearns Raxmond hounq Lloyd Holderman Philip Runnr-lls ummm Fult Philip Brooks Millard Foster 0 lhomws lklrtsuqe Kusuda x Mills Iunror Stapl s TIISTIN All TIUI- SIVIMMINC' RPCORIJS Sl Mcdlry rate 30 yard frcc stxlc yard free style 7 yard free sts lc yard back stroke yard breast stroke lndrxidual medles Relax Pankey Watson Ahern Ahern Handx Ahern Panlnev Watson Watson Doyle Chittenden Watson Ahern f OND INDOOR TI' UV! 934 l95o 93 934 I9:6 1934 'JH l93w ru Rm tn ene 4 rrrtr on I ugur r on r im Sonny L rtor Sl ms n wr i ow r mn 4 r rr rv n C su-rm in lou I f nlhiou I 1 rrx nr trr nrt 0 ornr xx 1 en x ar I id run Llumkdnqr ov C tural J rrman rrx I wr xt a imnn s crman oe tr rm ui l urnmx l'urukav.a Ba e Ralph oh llfull 27 1 00 lx 1 tm ga 740 0 48 U rmlwerr eBarrl Bottom K for 4 B ' ' V' . 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'fm For the f1rst t1me 1n the h1sto1y of Tustm l-hgh School Farmer track teams brought home the bacon Under the able coachxng of Vmcent L Humeston they took three out of the fue troph1es for the MIHOF League track meet held 1n Laguna They won the most flrst places garnered one trophy won the A d1x1s1on a second and haxmg the largest number of comb1ned A B and C polnts won the thxrd award Although obta1n1ng only fourth place 1n the Orange League track meet Tustm had by far the strongest team among schools of tts slze In th1s county meet Noble Sellars and Sam Francxs took seconds 1n the mxle and 880 yard runs respectlvely oe Wolfe ran a close th1rd ln the 440 D1ck Ferguson t1ed for thxrd 1n the 220 yard dash and Ralph Dawson t1ed for second 1n the hrgh pump The county compet1t1on was too strong for the class C and B track teams 'md the t1ny TUStlHlt6S garnered only three po1nts for the Bees and three and one half for the Cees 0 mx obert Buchhe1m R1rhard Arunrlell Noble Q1-llrrs 0 Arnulcl 3 Il 1r11rr oc Wo e l uqrne 'K c arter Don Yhrall V1ct1 r llnlcrr Coach Vmcent I lmnestun c mul Row Perrx C ouper R1ch ard lerqn on Sam Franc1 Lau rence Monmx Paul Iqrancl Walt Lmker Ralph Dau son lop Row Rnbc-rtBuchh1-um K1yosh1M1saua Ralph Poh Chester Curl Iacque Gnset oe lu-xrsex Charles Scott Coach Vlncent L Humeston Second Row 1m Pult CI de Casex ohn Nrvccnm Albert P1d1as Ph1l1p Runnells Sunao Murakamx Mrllard Foster rop Row Robert Buchhcrm lxan lee Dnrd Kelrsey B1ll Robmson VV1rren Klser Robert Schostaq Charlr Chrrstlan Coach Vlncent L Humeston Second Row Luu1 Rlehl Arthur D1shn11n lommx Fur11kav1a Ma at: lxa1hara Ambrosu Calbm Iue Otermm xarc Vt vard 4 ward KR ', ard T1 fn l' 7 l N ard s arcl clush rl 1sh dash clash r n htqh lou Broad lump lllqh lump pole xault D1 cus Shot put xclrr hur C hurdles TIISTIN U1 TIUI TR I v 12 0 fnln m1n 1 sec 74 8 sec 1 n R 'lf lx Rl f ORDS 1 l unc U n P1111 b D011 Plumb Charlrs Forbes lr11n Watklns Ruhrrt Spray Phtlm Neuman Ph1l1p Neuman Albert Parr Henry Lanqe Lexus Tadlock Huqh LeBarcl llarrx Mclnteer eff Rtthartl VV1Il1rcl Stecrn h lrles lorbrs Orx 1lle Skrclruure INDOOR B111 Coles swattmg club at the t1me thxs story was v1r1tten showed 111 probab1l1t1es of becom1ng one of the leadmg teams 1n the league by trounc1nq Newport Harbor 16 2 1n the1r fxrst league game The battery for the xars1ty club cons1sts of Culbert Br1stov1 and Sam Francrs chuckmg and ohn Balzer behmd the plate The scheduled qames are as folloxxs May 7 Tustm at Orange May ll TUSIID at Cap1strano May I4 Tustm at Anahe1m May 18 Laquna at Tustm May 21 Garden Grove at Tustm ruesr wnoop naw o Row u 11 er r 11 ml ran s 1rner 1 r1 cvucunl xn S c brronrl Ron llarrl l r1nc xt 1n er mrence unrwx 11 111 er A bert 1c11 ltflll K . . . . 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Q, ' X 4-..-A Aa frflu-Om llllll Sllllllll O BASKETBALL The ex er popular sport basketball was once more started wrth the average turnout Practices began the second week of school Dorothy Hell was the semor qrrls captam the junlors elected Loyce Iulmn the sophomores chose Beth Francls and the freshm1n plcked Phyllls Luther for thelr captam rn thexr fxrst sport at Tustm After several months of bn vneekly practlces one round of mter class g1mes was played These contests were xery mterestnng because the teams xx ere evenly matched After good hard playmq the three lower classes went down to defeat and the seniors were proclalmed mter class champxons In the basketball playday xxhxch vsas held at Fullerton the jumor team defeating Laguna by a score of 14 to 3 was the only one to come home NlCtOl'lOllS The senlors were defeated by a more experienced team from Anahexm the sophomores lost to the Garden Grove aggregatlon and the freshxes vxere defeated by a team from Huntmgton Beach VOLLEYBALL Volleyball suffered the effects of a very ramy season Because the out slde courts were muddv much of the tlme the gurls had but few practxces Thus year when the mterclass volleyball games were played the semor glrls emerged vxctorlous Partly owmg to lack of practice playday was heavy wlth defeat for the Tustm Farmerettes The semor s fnrst team went down to defeat before the mlghty Huntmgton Beach team and the1r second team was beaten by Anahelm The yunxors flrst team lost to Fullerton whlle thelr second team met defeat at the hands of the team from Santa Ana Owmg to the coldness of the weather the freshmen and sophomore teams dad not play off but enyoyed refreshments and dancmg INDOOR After many good practxces and Interesting mterclass games the gxrls xndoor teams vxent to New port Harbor May 25 and 27 for Play Day Murlel Hubbard was the semor captam Gwendolyn McCarter the unnors and Vxrgmxa Pafford headed the Sophomores wxth Mary Ellzabeth Thompson the captam of the Freshmen HOCKEY PLAYDAY All classes were successful nn thelr hockey play days at Huntmgton Beach All classes won by a score of one to nothmg except the freshmen who ended wxth a tue of nothmg to nothmg The jumors after hard and vuell played games emerged uctorxous over all other classes to take the mterclass champxonshxp 1fT v . . v . . . . . . c . 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'h ll ll 00I' SENIORS lop Row M1rth1 rhompson Nlurrel Huhlvard l 'uve Holford bhnrlcy Phelps me Connor luhelle Ahern Ayako Okuho Berth 1 Padras Bottom Row Vnnn Parham Birbara Cook Marmrte Shoemaker Dorothv Hell Mvrme Adamw Harriett Ulrnch Either Belle Chrvstran 1uN1oRs Top Ron Elmse Hull Exelvn Hull Vera Scott Helen Bt-tty Rltner Alice Bartholemew Vlr qlma Matthew: Evelvn Ben nett Bottom Rom Gxxenclolvn McCartet Dorothv Wrnn Lovce lulxen Dorothw Leonard Therma Hanvcn Barhara Baker Marv Fllen Andrrkon Annta SOPI-IOMORES Top Rom Allto Matiamuto Tomoko Kntasakr Marqaret Coleman El: aheth Campbell Vrrqxnla Pafford Beth Francm Fave Kodama K1 ue Naka murl Bottom Row Anna Marte Crotv Beth Kellami Betty Brook: Rebecca Archer Emuly Bouchard Vrvxan Rick mwn FRESHMEN op Roux Dann Sarnvtstarr Kxmll-to Mrqmm Ka uko Hara Rwmona Mccarter Gean Har rn Vnrqlnxa Pollard Second Row Telxtha Dahl Lorene Flud Frances Buthhelm Marv El: iheth Thompson Helen Mltthell Mars Kax feter ' ' lf' 1 'I' V- ' -. , ,av- SWIMMING The svxlmmmg team was composed of twenty one members After hard practlces they were hosts to Santa Ana Laguna Anaherm Fullerton and Huntmgton Beach on Noxember 5 for the swxmmmg meet for the glrls Fuller ton toolt lxrst vxhrle the lower class of Tustm took second place Cher M1 h Plumb M: x F11 xbelh fhompson Beth Kellam Phvlll Luther f:.'-.ther Belle Chrxstxan Vlrgxma Pollwrcl TENNIS A nexx 1dea xx as carrred out th1s year m the Grrls Tenms whrch created a qrewt deal of mterest On December 9 a Tennis Play Day by classes was held at Anahexm and wlll also be held next year Interclas r mmes xx ere successful and offered good practrce for the dlffer ent classes Desp te Tustm s team bemg put mto the upper dxvlsnon wlth such schools as llallexton Santa Ana and Orange th1s year they got better practrce from the other schools because of the stlffer competmon offered There were four smgles players and txxo doubles I It 4 ll X r rms Na h x Lorem I'lud Cxxendolxn 'VI4C,1rter Dorothx Leonird Marx 1 b um rx xx A A ubu N xrqaru Col man Ka ulur fam 1111, 91- Q ,ll '4 f I . 1 .4 - ,U"'l' E I s . 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A ,Q - FRESHMEN RECEPTION Clxmaxxng an eventful day for the freshles the usual receptlon was helo m the audrtorlum Frxday evenmg September 25 A hxlarrous program was presented by the mrtxates wxth Noble Sellars actmg as master of ceremonles Followmg thxs the annual sack rush was held wlth the sophomores wlnnmg HI IINKS Honorrng new grrls of the school the annual Gnrls H1 mks was gnven by the Gnrls League ln the form of a pot luck dmner on the evenmg of October 2 m the hugh school cafeteria After a dellghtful dmner and program all adyourned to the gymnasxum where games and svummrng were enjoyed SCHOOL DANCES Sponsored by the various classes m school through the ausplces of the hlgh school Parent Teachers Assocratlon the dances glven thls year were extremely successful Held October 23 December 18 February 12 March 19 and Aprll 50 m the Knights of Pythlas Hall each dance was an unusually pleasurable affarr wrth 1ts ovun mdxvxdual decoratnons and specxal features FOOTBALL BANQIIET An annual functxon followmg football season the Football Banquet for hrgh school cafeterla A dellclous dmner xx as served wxth the farmer theme delxghtfully carrxed out ln the doctoratnons The G A A mxtrates provlded entertainment MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS BANQIIET Wxth a delrghtful sprmg atmosphere present members of the Glrls League entertamed thexr mothers at a dellcrous pot luck dmner held May 7 ln the cafeterla Throughout the dmner a program was presented by members of the League MAY BREAKFAST One of the pleasantest features of graduatlon season was the May Break fast presented by the senxors wlth the Jumors and faculty as guests on the mornxng of May 50 Sprmg lxke decoratrons a clex er program and the spxrn of good fellowshlp made thns a memorable occaslon IUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET The most festrve and only formal functron of the year was the umor Semor Banquet whnch rs gxven each year by the lumors for the out gomg semors The banquet thus year was held at Lakewood Country Club on une I6 presented an enjoyable ex enmg vt nth an entertamxng program based on the theme of Old Holland Follovsmg the dmner and program dancmg cllmaxed the grand ex enmg S the varsity team was given by members of the G: A. A., December 4, in the 1 I 1 - . . , 7 , I . .t MY DIARY Sept 10 ll Regnstratxon' New people and new faces to replace some old txmersvue mlss Say' What cha gonna take? Sept 14 Fxrst day of school' Gee' Nme more months Llmmmm arent the Freshnes small thls vear Well haxe to see 'about them'l Sept 15 umor class has tag sale More fun gettmg srgnatures huh? Sept 16 Fxrst assembly' Student body meets Starts year off rnght' Awl sexx Gxrls League cabmet meets at Laguna Sept 17 Gxrls League meetmg Start magazme sale Come on g1rls' Let s go Sept 18 Say' Whats thls long lme here for? Oh fnrst edltron of The Broadcaster' Oh boy' Sept 22 Flrst football scrlmmage of year Varslty at Santa Ana B s anl C s scrrmmage wlth Lathrop un1or Hlgh here Glrls turn out for svum mmg practrce Sept 24 Freshmen class meets Gets mstructxons for mntnatlon' Ummm yust want Flrst football game' Practnce fD1d I let you down'J Tustm vs Downey here Downey defeated 12 to O Ummm boy Are we good? Sept 25 Freshmen mntratnon' Oh boy' More fun huh? Poor klds' Sure good sports Tradrtlonal sack rush Sophomores won of course' I4 to the Freshmen s 10 Sept 29 Varsnty scrlmmages wlth Newport Harbor there Got took' C s also defeated nn practxce game wrth Wrllard Iunxor l'l1gh School Score 6 0 Oh well cheer up fellows' Whats one game now and then? fPract1ce anyhow ha ha'l Sept 30 Spanxsh club meets for fxrst txme este ano Electron of offxcers Oct l Bs play Garden Grove Dxd we wm? Of course' Score Tustm 13 Garden Grove 7 Nxce gom ' sard so'J Varsnty plays Garden Grove We lost' Well good game never the less Score 13 0 Oct 6 ack Rank s assembly Talk about a one man shovx' Plenty good' Boy oh boy' Dramatrcs n ex erythm ' Oct 8 B s play non league game wnth Orange there Lost' Score 20 0 C s wm league game' Valencra as the opponent Score 20 18 Nxce gom One wm' One lose' Oct 9 Flrst game under llghts' Whatta ya mean? Tlllers play Panthers fOrange to youl at Santa Ana Bowl' We sorta lost but a good game Id say Score 19 I3 rn faxor of Orange P S Not a league game Oct 15 Assembly Lxeut Alley gave a talk on war Oct 16 Fnrst league football game wxth Valencxa here' Score I3 6 Who won? Why we drd' Who do you think? Nlce gom fellas' Oct Z0 Assembly' Wade C Smnth talks Very good Dance commxttee meets Oct 23 Senior class meetmg' Dont forget fxrst school dance of the season tonxght' Second league game at Laguna' More excltement' Gee' Quxtc a crowd eh what' Good game score Laguna 8 Tustxn O Oct 28 Broadcaster staff gxves benefxt picture Sweetheart of S1gm1 Chr All talkrng pxcture' Pretty good crovxd and a pretty good pxcture Oct 30 Practlce game wrth Anahelm there' Qunte a fevs rooters huh Well the score was 20 to 6 xn thexr fax or Nox 3 Inter class games Gxrls Senlors xs Freshmen S O O O O O ' O ' - l ' . ' ' . . 7 l v 4 ' V . . 't l . . l "'. ""'c , A . K . . I , . v - ' I , . . I . . ' . V. - k ' . ' f ' . V. 1 ' Oct. 2-Girls' Hi Iinx' Successful? Fun? Yea---man! fAr least everyone . -I ' . f. . .Y , . ' . 7 ' 'u V .. .. L ' ' 1 i -' D - . . . V .. , 1 - . . . 7 . b . f ' ' ' --- . ' f --- ? ..-- r ,,,' ' ' fuly- S Nox 4 unxors vs Sophomores unxors won by a score of 24 to 20 Boy was lt a game' Sophomore class has fxrst meetmg nommate offlcers Nov 5 Important G A A meetmg Swxmmmg meet today' Well wlsh Tustln luck at least the gxrls we ll need lt' Sophomores elect offlcers Now 6 League football q'1me w1th San uan Cap1strano T1lk about walk awxays well we won t' Good game anyhovu' Score 33 7 1n f'1vor of Tustln lWas you dere7l Nov 9 Exclamatlons heard from the gxrls who wntnessed the hockey game between the Los Angeles and Australnan teams at Fullerton Hugh School Drama students qo to Fullerton to see Fullerton C present What Every Woman Knovts A good play lt was voted Nox ll No school' What7 Do you really mean 1t7 Oh Armlstxce Day huh7 Well we can use a vacatnon mlghty handy cant we? Nox I2 Important commlttee meetmg of play readers for the Hokums club Hokums Club Invxtatxonal commq up soon' B s play Brea Olmda xn 1 flrst and last league game here We won 19 to 6 Nlce gomg B s' Non I3 Quarterly tests and Frxdav the l3th Hmmm Not so good for some of these superstxtxous people huh? Also varsnty plays Brea at Brea Score 31 to 13 ln favor of Brea Olmda Pretty good game at that' Awl sew The Pvthlan Sxsters present Mmstrel Show ln audltor 1um tonxght P S Pep assembly at noon ln readlness for game thls afternoon Plenty peppy' Nov I7 un1or and Senxor glrls haxe play day at Fullerton More fun' Now 19 Sophomore and Freshmen qlrls qo to Fullerton for basketbwll pl1y ay All losers but had a keen tlme' Nov 23 Hokums meetmg and fun qalore' What entertamment' Nov 24 Playcast of The Two lmpostors meets They re really under Nou 26 27 Thanksgn 1ng xacatxon' Doesn t seem posslble But we ll enyoy nt nex ertheless Non 30 Say' Wasnt the blq a the turk a good' Ummm Well noxx to get down to studymg agam Oh yes' Important C A A meetmg Oh' Oh' In1t1at1on7 Dec l Assembly' Fxrst perlod too' acquelme Duke vlolmnst entertains' Good'77 You sand xt' Dec 3 Student Body play cast meets G A A mxtxates gne entertainment xn outdoor theatre Dec 4 umor class meets C A A mmates meet and get mstructnons Oh boy' Walt untxl tomght' Football Banquet' More fun' fThose xnltlates oh my' Dec 17 Assembly' ohn Brown Mason glves very good talk Helen M1r shall falumna slngs Boys recene basketball awards Bug Christmas edntlon of The Broadcaster Freshmen haxe Christmas luncheon Talk about gonngs on' Dec I8 umor class sponsors school Chrlstmas dance Oh boy' More fun sez I Varsnty basketballers play m the Huntmgton Beach tournament And say' Chrlstmas Vacatxon Commg Up' 4 Assembly' W P A Symphony Orchestra gaxe sexeral selections QUIIB classy' 5 Varslty basketballers tangle vuth Orange s b1g men Score 26 to 27 Exc1t1ng7 Yea man' KP S They xxon Bs xs Orange lnttlemen Bs won' Almost forgot' Thxrd dance of year sponsored by Sophomores Semor class meets Cvxrls League elects offncers 9 f, ml. ' . . I ' I t ' . I . I . V . . My . .L my . . b . . ', -- Lc I ' . c ' 1 --- -- ' . --- f. : - , ' C 1 vw - I. . ll I . ' '-" . I -1 -,-V Q lu -I V . . - . el I . 1 V ' . '. 1 gl 1 c c ' d . ' . way! G. A. A. committees meet to plan Football Banquet! I. ' . . ' H I H . . , 7 . .l . - . ' - , , - -- ' I ' ' Ian. - I . . . . I ' ' 1 ' , lan- v h I " ' ' . : . V ' ' . i . . l-, V .T - ' g . I - - l,l1lI'TlI'Lb 8 Important Clxp meetmg' Game thxs afternoon wlth Valencn at Brew gym Tustin vs Valencla Boy' Guess who vvon? We dxd' Score 45 to 26 Good game' Both A s and B s Flrst game of league 113 rootersl I3 Interclass volleyball games gxrls' Senxors vs Sophomores Score 38 to 29 rn fav or of Semors Freshmen vs unlors Score 58 to I3 rn fav or of unlors II guess the Freshles got took'I 14 Important unnor class meetmg' Senlor and Frosh volleyball gurls clash Score 59 to 29 nn favor of Semors of course' ust champs at heart' 15 Uh huh' Oh mv' ust bout forgot' As 'md B s tangled wlth La guna basketball slnngers We vvon' Score 34 to 13 Some game Some fun' B s vvon also 29 to 13 l9 Senlor and unnor glrls volleyball teams vvent to Santa Ana for pl1y day They lost' 21 Freshmen and Sophomore gnrls volleyball teams go to Santw Ana for play day Turned out to be dancmg party' Too cold' 22 As and Bs tangled wlth Anahelm tonite B s won' Score 25 to 19 A s played an excrtmg game but lost' Score 23 to 25 25 Candldates for Student Body Prexy gnve campaxgn speeches 26 What ho' Electron day' What a l1ne' Of people I mean' Awl sew Audxon staff meetmg Assembly' Lmcoln Plavers gnve scenes from days of Abraham Lmcoln I d say great' Yes mdeedy' 28 29 Don t look novv' fl hese ol meanles are gxvmg out tests agam' Oh well' Such IS llfe' End of fxrst semester Broadcaster mov 12 Dnd ya see nt? Pretty good Id say' Oh yes' League game tomte at San to 14 ln our fav or for the A s and 24 to 18 ln our favor for the B s eb 8 Hokums Club elects 2nd semester offlcers Assembly' lnstallatnon of Stud t B d ff en o y o xcers and awardmg of letters and emblems l8 G A A meetmg Sophomore class electlon Game tomte Play off for champlonshlp Anahelm vs Tustm Score 40 to 14 1n our fav or Boy some game' Feb 15 All classes meet Hokums nnstallatlon of offxcers Lots a thlngs d ' Y o1n esterday vxas day of hearts and flowers St Valentmes eb 16 Good weather for ducks Huh? eb eb 19 Pep assembly' Came tomte wnth Anahelm Boy vvas that an excxtmg game too' We frnally pulled out on top wlth a 19 to 17 v1ctory N f ll ' nce gom e ers How does nt feel to be champs? 22 Washington s Birthday We get out at l 20 P M Keen d'1y for beach' How do vve knovv? Hmmm' Senlor play well under way Feb 25 Senxor class meets Awl sew unxor class Hokums cl b u meets More fun ycomo Gee' Surprise' Llquld Alr assembly' Funny man h W t at llllams Quxte amusmg and educational Feb 29 unlor Movle tomte Quite good I spose' Dnd ya go? Feb 30 No not school' Saturday' Game tomte wrth Pasadena for 1ll champxonshlp Some game boy' We won 39 to 14 Mar 5 Sennor Play tomte Everybody busy cause sprung IS here? M I ar 6 Saturday But plav off vuth Pomona' We vvon' Boy oh boy What a game' Score vvas 23 to 20 Say dont you thxnk the boys are quxte good? Mar 12 Boy' Game tomte at Whxttner wlth San Dnego Gee' What a u game We came out on top 34 to 30 We re really gettnn there' Play off tomorrow for Southern California Champlonshlp Feb s TI Ian. f ' ' - ' ' pf 1 Ian. -H ' ' 1 --- ' ' - - . 5 Ian. - I ' - . ' Ian. - - . , A . I . e . I Ian. -Y ' I ' ' ' ' ' 1 Ian. ' ' ' 1 Ian. if ' ' ' ' ' ' . I ' . ? : Ian. '- ' . 'A' ' ' . Ian. - ' . ' . ' . . - Ian. - - ' f. ' I . ' ' ' ' ' I ' .I Iuan Capistrano. I thinlf both B's and- A's Won---any way--Score: 31 F . - ' ' - . . ' ' F . L --- . a '-" n o F . - . I ' ' ' , --- 1 . R ' --- - I A . ' . U I g . . . . . I I i . ' - I f f . Q I Mar I3 Play off tonnte vuth Whnttner And gee' Dld we fool them to the extent of 34 to 24 But what a game' CHAMPIONS7 YES" Mar 17 Plctures being taken today' Awl sew assembly' C entertams Sophomores sponsor movle umors have St Patrlck s tag day Mar I8 Hokums meetmg Spanxsh club meetmg Assembly awl sew Mow mg pxcture Mrs Case from Bullock s too Mar 19 'loday track meet at Santa Ana Freshmen sponsor dance to nlte' More fun' And best of all begmnxng of Sprung Vacatlon' Apr1l l Rube Day lApr1l Fooll Some fun' Lots a funny people huh umor and Senxor hockey players go to play at Laguna Score I 0 favor of Semors and against umors Aprnl 2 Track meet today Not much else except ram Aprll 3 Glrls unxors and Seniors go to Grlffnth Park to Hockey meet Apr1l9 Class meetmgs Hokums meetmg Basketball Banquet tonnte Boys get cute basketball trophnes huh? Awl sew tracksters meet at Orange Aprll 13 Commlttee meetmgs Audxon vxeek too' Everyone subdued by returns of exams Seniors and unxors go to Huntmgton Beach for hockey play day All Wmners Aprll I5 Assembly' Outslde theatre too Some fun' Skxt about dope Sophomores and Freshxes go to Huntmgton for hockey play day Wmners Apr1l 16 Mmor League track meet at Laguna Rooters bus n exerythm Hokums Dmner Turky too' Aprll 28 Letterman s club meetmg flmtnates take a beat1ng'I Apr1l 29 Swnmmmg meet between Fullerton and L A G A A meetmg Spamsh club commnttee meetmgs Glee club meetmgs Aprxl 30 Spanxsh club dxnner Sophomore class May day tag day May 3 umor class meetmg Audlon staff meetmg May Breakfast com May 5 May Breakfast Old Mother Goose sure got loose that tnme Any hoo that was the theme Everythm qunte orlgmal and cute huh? May 7 Laguna s gxrl tennls team plays here Stxll not bad' QSalt water n stuff'I Boys soft ball team plays Orange there Gxrls League Mother Daughter Banquet May ll Tennis fglrls play offs vslth Santa Ana here Boys soft ball team play Capnstrano there Assembly too' Magncnan The most fun May 13 Cxrls tennls team plays Huntxngton Beach there May 14 Soft ball team plays Anahelm there Fiesta Day for Seniors at A I C Lots a un May 18 Boys and gurls tenms teams pl1y Wlllard there Soft ball team plays Laguna here May 21 Soft ball team plays Garden Groxe there School dance Last one' Won t be long now'I Yours Truly Wllll6 Drama class play Clever' May 22 C A A house parey 1tLaquna Some fun' ust ask em' Wow' une 10 Senlors have exams P S Notice the worrxed looks' Iune ll Senlors stall vtorrled cause more exams une I4 The rest of the school m 1 dlther ' You see more exams' Only txxo more days n vxhoopee' Iune 13 Baccalaureate' Very mce lNot sleepy much'I une I5 umor Senxor Banquet 'at Lakewood Country Club m Long Beach Some fun lthey sa1dI' A success? Well you quess' une 16 Ohhhh' That s a snqh of relnef a bnq relxef' L1st day of school' No more' luntml three months from nova' Graduation Those lucky Senxors lvne thmk' s r 1 , - ' ' ' .. - --- A '. . ' . , - ' . ' ' . - I I ' ' . ' l ' . : - in . . I I I . I i H- . ---I 1. .' -at . . U 4 MI . .' l . . g I mittee meetings. That s about all there is---meetings---huh? - . H 1 ' 'l 2 . ' ' - In ' ,l . , . . V. t . s. . . . ' ' f 2 ' ' - 1. . . . C x .n . I ' . f. I - ' . . .g ' . I - , ' . " ' - ' . I -I ' - ' .. . . . f ' I 1-A ' I V .I . --- .C . . f 1 . I . D nj . --- V .I filtg- 'nur Q- 14: haf-1223 L S M1711 WATS0N9S Cut-Rate Drug Store No. 2 A SANT-A Ab?-AYPITICES ALWAYQA 39 DSt S-4-I NEg'ggMgH fmwww: X FASHIONS W tl' t SANTA ANA CALIF HUQHJBWB 'Me xv B 9 We r W .11 93511 EIJEHEP 5 9 reet ---::--- Tustin A 1 1 . . . , Q .. 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