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BALZER. DONALD CHARLES
AS OF MAY 7,1945
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CRAWFORD, LEO D.
CUMMINGS, JAMES E.
DAWSON, RALPH, JR.
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HALE, GEORGE, JR.
HULL, JAMES H.CJ
JONES, MARTIN "BUD"
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McSPADEN. JAMES ALEXANDER
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Under the directing hand
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dents of Tustin, in the sec--
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'to realize the importance
of cooperation in all school
activities. He Stood for the
betterment of our school,
and to this end he worked
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May Rose Borum
Stage Crew, Speech
Barbara de Forest
Wood Shop, Auto Mechanics
WORKING WITH US
Science, General Math.
Geometry, Boys' Sports
Wayne Crowl ,
Choral Groups, Piano
Algebra, Girls' Sports
Vincent L. Humeston
History, Boys' Sports
STANDING: BOB PARK, JOE CORWIN, BOB McCALLA, RICHARD WARNER, PAUL BROWNING, ART HAUSAUER, ALLAN ENDERLE,
J. R. TATUM. RIC WILLIAMSON. SEATED: BOB HARTI JACK HANDLEY, JOHNNY SIEGEL, JERRY NAIL, VIOLA HILL, BABARA
VEEH' PEGGY HUMPHREY. VINCENT L. HUMESTON.
Under the Wise supervision of Vincent L. Humeston, this
year's student council has done much to promote student con-
trol and cooperation between the faculty and student body.
They have met with much success in all their undertak-
ings. As a result of their efforts we have cleaner halls and
schools grounds and more order in our cafeteria lines.
ORVILLE I. NORTHRUP
High School Days mean more to you students now, perhaps, than ever
before, especially to those of you Who are required to leave before regular
While it is impossible for many of you to make any definite plans for
the future, you all have the opportunity of continuous growth in person-
ality and character.
It is our desire that every boy and girl who attends Tustin Union High
School may gain the poise that comes through self expression, the assur-
ance that comes through self discipline, the satisfaction that comes through
accepting responsibility and the discrimination that comes through wise
It is our sincere Wish that each of you build these things into your life
in order that you may develop that quiet inner strength and confidence
Which Will enable you to go out into the world and live courageously and
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MASQUE AND GAVEL
OFFICERS FIRST SEM ESTER
PRESIDENT .................................................... PAUL BROWNING
VICE PRESIDENT ................................ RAYMOND HEACOCK
SECRETARY .......................................... .SHIRLEY PRATHER
TREASURER ................................................................ SADIE REYES
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ........................................ ERNIE WARNER
OFFICERS SECOND SEM ESTER
PRESIDENT. ERNIE WARNER
VlCE-PRESIDENT .................................................... FRED BOOSE
SECRETARY ................................................ PATSY SCHELLHOUS
TREASURER ................................................ MAXINE OSTERMAN
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ................................................ JERRY NAIL
STANDING: SHIRLEY PRATHER. MACKIE OSTERMAN, FRED BOOSE,
SADIE REYES, MISS BORUM, JERRY NAILI PATSY SHELLHOUS. SEATED:
ERNIE WARNERI PAUL BROWNING.
Masque and Gavel is om honorary society, formed for those
Who are outstanding in dramatic and oral work. Their motto,
nSpeech for Use," has been lived up to this year. They have
sponsored a tag day for "More Assemblies," and presented a
talent assembly for the school, C: program for the Santa Ana
U.S.O. club and held two initiations for the purpose of bring-
ing in new members.
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TOP ROW: JUANITA CANTRELL BILL COLLAR. JACK HANDLEY, ERNIE WARNER. MIDDLE ROW: BETTY CHUML NOELIE BIDART
FRED BOOSE SHIRLEY PRATHER FRANCY JACOBS BARBARA WEL LS RAY HEACOCK BILL BUNGE BOB HART ANNE COURTNEY
LYLA KING BOTTOM ROW: BONNIE BENNETT MACKIE OSTERMAN DOT KIMBALL PAUL BROWNING JERRY NAIL SADIE
REYES, PAT SHELLHOUS. BILL PENDERED.
TOP ROW: MISS PESTOLESI. BEVERLY PEROZZI, BOB HART, BILL PENDERED, NANNETTE GRISET, HELEN KIMBALL, SHIRLEY
PRATHER, DON BECKER, DOROTHY KIMBALL, ELEANOR PROTHEROI ODELL CARSONI DAVID BASCOM. BOTTOM ROW: DORO-
THY SHAFER, ELAINE PRUNTYI LYLA KING, JEAN BECKER
PRESIDENT .......................................................... ROBERT HART
VICE PRESIDENT. ............................................... DON BECKER
SECRETARY . . . . . . t . . . . . . . LYLA KING
Membership in the Scholarship Society requires an out-
standing scholastic record. The students who have made this
society have not only set an example for other students, but
have accomplished much towards their future education. Those
receiving Life Membership Seals on their diplomas are Lqu
King and Robert Hart.
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STANDING: SHIRLEY PRATHER, BARBARA THOMAS, NOELIE BIDART, ODELL CARSON.
Organized for advanc-
ed Spanish students, the
Spanish Club, though.
small, and having no of-
ficers, had a memorable
year. Among other activ-
ities the club enjoyed CI
dinner at the Spanish
restaurant, "La Fonda,"
and a trip to the famed
Olivera Street in Los An-
DICK GRISET, MRS. DALY. SEATED: DOROTHY KIMBALL, LlLLlAN CUMMINGS, ANNE . 5.4
COU RTN EY, BETTY CH UML.
PRESIDENT .................... WILLIAM PENDERED
VICE PRESIDENT......ROSEMARY BOOSE
SECRETARY .................... DOROTHY SHAFER
Under the supervision
of Miss Gloria Pestolesi,
the Latin Club had sev-
eral meetings this year.
For the first time in the
present club's existence
they have had club dues.
These dues are for a
party that will be the
grand finale of the year.
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BROWNl MISS PESTOLESII BILL PENDERED. ANNE COURTNEY, HAZEL PATTERSON, BOB HART,
MARIAN ANDERSON. SEATED: ROSEMARY BOOSE. BARBARA BOOSEI DOROTHY SHAFERl MARY
LOU CONUER, PATSY SHELLHOUS. IRENE DUGGER.
NEVER A DULL MOMENT!
MAXINE OSTERMAN STANDING: LELA MEIERS, CATHERINE GRISET, JOAN LAWRENCE.
VIOLA HILL. SEATED: JEANNE ETZOLDI NANNETTE GRISET.
SADIE REYES AND
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
PRESIDENT.. .SADIE REYES PRESIDENT .......... .MAXINE OSTERMAN
VICE PRESIDENT ................................... JEANNE ETZOLD VICE PRESIDENT ................. MARGUERITE CHANGALA r
.SECRETARY. ...................... JOAN LAWRENCE SECRETARY... ..... ....... . ........ ...CATHERINE GRISET
TREASURER.. .................. LELA MEIER TREASURER VIOLA HILL
PARLIAMENTARIAN.... ........ NOELIE BIDART PARLIAMENTARIAN ............ ........NANNETTE GRISET
The organization that includes all the girls of Tustin High is the Girls' League.
Without any point system or voting, each girl has an opportunity to become a
member of an important school group.
The two outstanding events of the year, towards Which every girl eagerly
looks, are the Big-Little Sister Banquet and the Mother-Daughter Party. The Big-
Little Sister Banquet is an affair Where upperclass girls claim c1 new girl as a ulittle
sister." The Mother-Daughter Party is our way of acquainting the mothers and
daughters of our community With each other.
1; THE FELLA'S HAVE THEIR
TOP ROW: PAUL BROWNINGl BILL PENDERED, BILL BUNGE. ODELL CARSON, BOB McCALLA, RICHARD NORTHRUP. JACK BIRD. t . a
DICK NESMITH, LESTER DAVIS, BILL WESTPHAL. RONALD CALDWELL, COACH SULLIVAN. MR. NORTHRUP, RICHARD STOLTE, $
JOE CORWIN, ALLAN ENDERLE, DICK GRISET, JERRY NAIL, HAROLD MAYER, RAY HEACOCK, DAVE BASCOM, DAVE McMILLAN,
RICHARD WARNER. BOTTOM'ROW: GEORGE GAYLORD, HOWARD GORTON, DOUG THORMAN, BRUCE BRADFIELD, JIM
CORWINI JAY HOLFORD. DAVID FOCHT. BILL SQUIRES, ROY HULL.
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PRESIDENT .................................... ODELL CARSON PRESIDENT .................................... nos McCALLA , F V
VICE PRESIDENT ........................ BILL PENDERED VICE PRESIDENT ............ RICHARD NORTHRUP 4,: a
t SECRETARY .. .. PAUL BROWNING SECRETARY....V........L .............................. JACK BIRD 1L,
TREASURER ........................................ LESTER DAVIS TREASURER ........................ RONALD CALDWELL t,
ADVISOR ................................ COACH SULLIVAN ADVISOR ........................................ MR. NORTHRUP
Tustin's Hi-Y chapter had a very successful year. One of
the main events was a Father and Son Banquet. At the end of A
the school year they were host to the Santa Ana Chapters at a t
barbeque and swim. The final meeting was held at the beach.
Our club also took part in a Hi-Y basketball league.
TOP ROW: TOM ANDERSON, MARSHALL FAIRRESI ART HAUSAUER. BOB ECHOLSI DAVID CALLAHAM, HERSCHELL WOOD, BOB
MIDDLE ROW: MR. CUTLER, RONALD SQUIRES, U.S.N., CEDRIC SERRANO, HENRY PENROD,
J. R. TATUM, HAROLD PRIMROSE, GRATIAN BIDART. KEN LONG, STEPHEN CHANGALA.
SEVERSON, JIM PARKERI BILLY SQUIRES, AND JACK GOETTING.
LOVE, MALCOLM HAYDEN.
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JACK GOETTING ............................ PRESIDENT ................................ BILL WESTPHAL
BILL WESTPHAL .VICE PRESIDENT.. ..JACK GOETTING
JIM PARKER ................ SECRETARY ........ JIM PARKER
BILL SQUIRES ..... TREASURER ............ BILL SQUIRES
DICK SEVERSON .. .............. REPORTER ........... .DICK SEVERSON
ART HAUSAUER .................... SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ........................ ART HAUSAUER
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The Tustin Chapter of the Future Farmers of America has
reached its fourth year as an agricultural organization for
. boys. Two of their varied activities have been the maintenance
1, g and repair of the community cannery and the raising of garden
vegetables for school consumption.
The annual event of Future Farmer sponsorship was the
Barn Dance. This year the queen was Edna Rowenhorst, and
all in all this event was very successful.
In addition to this a Parent-Son Banquet was held. An
agricultural project competition and an inter-chapter basket-
ball tOurnament completed their well-filled year.
FRONT ROW: BILL WESTPHAL, DICK
LYLA KINGI PAUL BROWNING, BETTIE CHAPMAN
ing impression upon your minds.
CHAPMAN, MS. DALY.
BETTIE CHAPMAN .................................. EDITOR
LYLA KING ................. ASSISTANT EDITOR
PAUL BROWNING ................................ BUSINESS MANAGER
ODELL CARSON ....................... ASSISTANT
SHIRLEY PRATHER.. ........... CALENDAR
HELEN KIMBALL ........................................................ ASSISTANT
BARBARA ARMSTRONG .............................. ART
BRUCE EMERY .. ASSISTANT
ERNIE WARNER.... ...... CIRCULATION
BILL PENDERED ASSISTANT
RIC WILLIAMSON .............. BOYS' SPORTS
LESTER DAVIES ASSISTANT
FRANCY JACOBS ............................................ GIRLS' SPORTS
JEANNE CRUZEN ...................
JUANITA CANTRELL ............
ROSEMARY BOOSE .................................................... ASSISTANT
SADIE REYES ................ SENIOR EDITOR
VIOLA HILL ............................ ASSISTANT
The Audion Staff Wishes to thank all those Who have made this cm-
nual possible. We have tried to capture the atmosphere that makes Tustin
an outstanding High School. In doing so we hope we have made a last-
TOP ROW: RIC WILLIAMSON, LESTER DAVIS, ODELL CARSON, BILL PENDERED, ERNIE WARNER, PAUL BROWNING. SECOND
ROW: BARBARA ARMSTRONG. JUANITA CANTRELL. ROSEMARY BOOSE, VIOLA HILL, LYLA KING, HELEN KIMBALL, BETTIE
BOTTOM ROW: SHIRLEY PRATHER, JEANNE CRUZEN. FRANCY JACOBS AND BRUCE EMERY.
RESULTS 01? HARDWURK
STANDING: JUANITA CANTRELL, BARBARA ARMSTRONG. MARJORIE CARSON, CATHERINE GRISET. MAXINE OSTERMAN, HELEN
KIMBALL. JACK HANDLEYI RIC WILLIAMSON. SEATED: SADIE REYES, BETTY BALZER, TOM BELL AND MR. KORFF.
JACK HANDLEY EDITOR ............................................................ JACK HANDLEY
HELEN KIMBALL .................................................... ASSOCIATE EDITOR ................................................ HELEN KIMBALL
i BARBARA ARMSTRONG ART BARBARA ARMSTRONG
JUANITA CANTRELL NEWS SADIE REYES
h TOM BELL .................................................................... BOYS' SPORTS, TOM BELL
i MAXINE OSTERMAN ............................................ GIRLS' SPORTS ................................................ MARJORIE CARSON t
RIC WILLIAMSON FEATURE RIC WILLIAMSON
BETTY BALZER SOCIETY BETTY BALZER
MARJORIE CARSON .................................... MANAGING EDITOR ................................................ JUANITA CANTRELL
SADIE REYES EXCHANGE... ...CATHERlNE GRISET
PATSY SCHELLHOUS ................................................ BUSINESS ........................................................ MAXINE OSTERMAN
MR. KORFF ............................. ' .............. . ............ADVISOR. ..... MR. KORFF
The motto, "Dedicated to the
interests of Tustin High School,"
states perfectly the goal of the
school paper, The Broadcaster.
With this aim in mind, Iack Hand-
ley as editor for the entire year,
backed by a cooperative and cap-
able staff and under the excellent
advice of Mr. Kortf, went far to--
ward this goal. Among other
things accomplished this year
F were a number of extra-large
i printed papers and special issues
for the holidays throughout the
MAXINE OSTERMAN, JACK HANDLEY, HELEN KIMBALL
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NINA CASSELL ........................................................................................................................ BARBARA WELLS
MRS. ELLA RUMBLE... ................................................................................................ DOROTHY KIMBALL
SCOOTIE CASSELL ..................................................................................... SHIRLEY PRATHER
MR. PUTNAM ............. ..WlLLlAM PENDERED
TONY CASSELL ................................................ .. PATRICIA SHELLHOUS
PINKIE AMES.. ...................................................................... ANNE COURTNEY
DUNK DOYLE .................................................................................................................... RAYMOND HEACOCK
BlNG HOTCHKISS ........................................................................................................ RICHARD NORTHRUP
GENEVIEVE JONES ........................................................... MAXINE OSTERMAN
MAJOR MICHAEL TODD ............................................................................................................... JERRY NAIL
NEWTON TODD .................................................................................................................... PAUL BROWNING
EULA HOTCHKILL ............................................................................................................ JOYCE NYSWONGER
DR. LUTHER BLODGETT ................................................................................................... WILLIAM BUNGE
OFFICER RYAN ............................................................................................................................ JOHN PRUNTY
BILLY .................................................................... RICHARD WINCKLER
STUDENT DIRECTOR ............................................................................................................ BONNIE BENNETT
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"Spring Green," presented December 8, was an outstand-
ing event in the school year, as it almost broke all box office
records. Paul Browning made the play 0: riotous success as
the struttering, timid, Worm-lover, supported by cm able cast,
under the direction of Miss May Rose Borum.
The Seniors presented, nCash and Carrie," Friday, March
23, as their class play and it was an extremely successful pro-
duction. This light comedy, with touches of seriousness, is the
story of a Widow With three children, and the financial prob-
lems that arise When trying to raise a family, alone.
A great deal of the success of the play was due to Miss
May Rose Borum and her tireless direction.
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ALBERTA FERGUSON PATSY SCHELLHOUS
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JUDY BOWEN BONNIE BENNETT
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EARL CORNICK PAUL BROWNING
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Led by C. W. Crowl, the band has made numerous appear-
ances this season. In their snappy black and White uniforms
they have added much to the atmosphere at all the home toot-
bodl and basktball games.
Although small, our band, through the cooperation of each
student, made a very good showing at all times. It participated
in the school plays and assemblies; all of its success being due
to the hard work of the members and the capable supervision
of Mr. Crowl.
LEFT TO RIGHT: RONALD CALDWELL, RICHARD STOLTE. HELEN KIMBALL. ROY HULL, RICHARD NORTHRUP. JACK BIRD,
HARROLD BRISTOW, DAVID BASCOM, RICHARD WARNER. BOB MeCALLA. DOUG THORMAN. BILLIE CHAPMAN, BEVERLY PEROZZI,
GEORGE GAYLORD, JAY HALFORD, MR. CROWL. BY DRUM: WARREN McCONNELL. NORMAN NYSWONGER.
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A large and progressive choir was the distinction given
to this year's choral group by their most competent director,
Mrs. Marie Daugherty.
The choir had a very extensive year, presenting several
programs and accompanying school activities. The Candle-
light Vesper Service on December 15, 1944 was one of the most 3
inspiring of their numerous presentations.
Another of their moving programs was that in commem-
if oration of the untimely death of our beloved President, Frank- t
lin D. Roosevelt, on April 12, 1945.
Very active in the vocal department this year was the i
girls' sextet and a boys' choral group. 3
TOP ROW: FLORA NEIBLAS, MARGUERITE CHANGALA, DOLORES GOODWIN, MAXINE CHASE, BARBARA HALE, MARION
ANDERSON, LAVONNE GRAHAM, SHIRLEY SORENSONl JUANH'A CANTRELL, SADIE REYES, PAT MAY, LORENE HANSELL, PAT
KILPATRICK, BEVERLY PEROZZI. MIDDLE ROW: JOE MARTINEZ. TED DUFF, J. R. TATUM. BOB BOYDI DICK NESMITH, JACK
HANDLEY, GENE COXI ERNIE WARNER, BILL PENDERED, BILL BUNGE, RAY HEACOCK, PETE HAVEN, HAROLD MAYER, JOE
BURKE, JOHN PRUNTY. DAVID CALLAHAN, DOLORES BARNES. BOTTOM ROW: FRANCES NIEBLAS, DALLAS WAGNER, MARIAN
CUMMINGS, ANDREIA FLUD, LOIS LONG, ALICE HOWELL, DARLENE OLSON, SHIRLEY CASPERSON, JEAN MATSON, JOYCE
HALFORD, BETTY HOUSEHOLDERl LILLIAN HASKELL, BARBARA WELLS, GAIL TUCKER.
t FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: PAT SHELLHOUS, BILLIE CHAPMAN, GAYLORD WILLIAMS,
t; '9 '3 g n "NLgOROTHY'KtIMBALL, JOE HAEGEMAN. FRANCY JACOBS, MISS BORUM, BRUCE EMERY,
V OB ECHOLS.
Always hard at work, building the sets for plays and assemblies, has
been the stage crew. Under the direction of Miss May Rose Borum, the
stage crew was a determining factor in the success of this year's dramatic
The typical old-iashioned set for the Senior Play, and the modern one,
for the Junior Play, not only showed their skill, but originality too. Behind
those sets was the work of many weeks. t
LEFT TO RIGHT: SHIRLEY PRATHER MARY LOU CONNER BEVERLY PEROZZI,
WAGONER PAT KILPATRICK, LUCY TAUTE
Dressed in black skirts and
White blouses, the usherettes
have assisted at the plays, at
Baccalaureate, and at Com-
mencement. Their tireless
support has been greatly ap-
As only three of last year's
group remained this year, six
new usherettes Were chosen
to complete the group.
The various duties which
fall upon the office staff are
very ably performed by our
two loyal workers, Miss Edith
Johnson and Mrs. Guilda
ROSEMARY BOOSE, DOROTHY SHAFER,
SEPT. l8wDear Diary: I'm proud of myseIf-Hrsf day of
school and I didn'+ ge+ losf.
OCT. I3--Varsi+y pracfice foofball game. Tusfin mus1L
be a preHy good school +0 beef 6 big school like Anaheim
OCT. ZO-We Ios+ +0 Newporf Harbor 7-0. lamL if was
jus'r a pracfice game. anyway.
OCT. 27-l'm sfill hoarse from yelling a+ Hue Tus+inv
Laguna game. We didn'wL win by Jroo large a margain U-OL
buf if was a +hrill, Ius1L +he same.
NOV. Z-Talk albouf pin-up girls! The girls had a swim-
ming meef af Tusfin foday.
NOV. 3-Tus+in conquered Garden Grove foday in foof-
NOV. lkWe were due +0 play Capo. -bu+ rain spoiled
NOV. l4-l6eGirls played hard and had fun af Baske+-
ball Play Days.
NOV. I7-Today Brea bowed +0 Jr'he Tillers' prowess in
foofball 20-7. And jusf because foday was +he end of +he
firsf quarfer. my folks wanfed +0 see my repor+ card. They
jus'r won'f be convinced +ha+ we don'1L gef Hwem for a few
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NOV. 24eDear Diary: Today was Jrrhe big game wifh
Valencia. The boys lor +heir gi'rlsl will ge1L gold foofb'all's
again This year. lP.S. We won 26-O.l
DEC. l-The F.F.A.i Barn Dance was a 5big success wifh
Edna Rowenhorsf as our Queen.
DEC. 5-Tlhe G.A.A. enferfained The loofball boys af
+he annual' Foofball Banquet G.A.A. inifiafes served.
DEC. 8-iTlie audiferium was jammed wifh people +0 see
Hie Junior Play "Spring Queen" presenfed a+ 8:00.
DEC. IS-Many affended Jnhe CandleliglnL Vespers held l
a+ 8:I5 o'clock in +he Tus'rin Presbyferian thurdh.
DEC. I8-JAN. 2--San+a ClaUs visifed Tusfin and we all ll
had fun during Chrisfmas vacafion.
JAN. 5-We gof off +0 a good s+ar+ on the baskefball
season, defeafing Laguna l7-I l.
JAN. 9-Tillers Jrravelecl lo Garden Grove To win Jrheir
second game 30-25.
JAN. I2-Again. a victory! This lime over Capisfrano.
JAN. l9eThe eleclrical assembly Jroday was differehf
JAN. I9-We chalked up a score of 39 poinfs +0 Brea's
JAN. 23eWe overcEame our rival, Va
JAN. 26-We scraped flue paimL 0H Hie Laguna Arfisfs'
paleHes +0 painf +he Jrown red affergwinning 3I-20. :
FEB. I--Tl'ie Masque and Gavel presen+ed a super as-
lencia by a score
FEB. ZeCape Cougars saved +heir gas +0 come +0
T.U.HQS. only +0 gel "skunked" 55- l 7. And iu51L Jrhinkl Today's
+he end of Hie firsf semes'rer. This year of school is halfway
overQhalleluiah! - '
FEB. 3aDear Diary: Firsf day of +he +hird quarfere
Jrhink I'll fransfer JFrom Spanish +0 Music.
l FEB. 9eWe wenf lo Brea-Olinda and Jtamed +he Wild-
ca+s by a score of 60-33.
FEB. l3-l5-Shins gof cracked. and maybe a few feefh
knocked loose. :buf Jthe girls foughf hard af +heir Hockey
Play Days af Hunfingfon Beach.
FEB. l5:C'hief Lone Wesf presenfed a "hairy" assembly,
bu+ fnhe boys seemed +o be more inferesfed in +ha+ papoose
he had wifh him.
FEB. lb-Tille-rs and Tigers baffled o-u+ rheir final game.
wl+h +he Tillers coming ou+ on lop of Valencia wifh a score
ol 32-25. Afferwards; everyone celelbrafed our winning +he
baskehball championship a+ Jrlhe Senior Dance +ha+ was a
FEB. ZBeSophomores showed +heir sfuff by using a min-
sfrel +heme lor +heir successful Variefy Show.
MAR. l-A quar+e+ of grand singers en+er+ained +he
, l sfudenf body in an hour of music +ha+ seemed awfully short
MAR. 7 and I9a"l moved jus'r as he fook if" and "my
hair is simply a mess." were commenfs heard all over +he
campus when the Audion pic+ures were faken.
MAR. 8--The Spanish Club held a luncheon Jroday. The
only lrouble was +ha+ no one could +hink ol anyrhing +0 say
in Spanish; so all were silent
MAR. IgThe seniors had a wonderful and evidenfly
rugged Jrime af hhe snow during +heir annual Difch Day +0
judge by Jrheir bearen appearances +he nexr day.
MAR. 20-22a"5e+ if up!" is +he cry heard af +he girls'
Volleyball Play Days.
MAR. 23ePresen+ed for Jrhe firsf fime. "Cash and
Carrie" was made a success by Jrhe seniors who pu+ if on.
A very large crowd aHended +he Senior Dance alfer fhe
MAR. 26-30eEveryone Is geHing a wonderful sunburn
during Spring vacalion.
APRIL l3eAnd anofher quarfer's over! H hardly seems
possible. Farewellewilrh a fewxregrefs.
h FOR THE YEAR 1945 '
JI;.-SR. B ACH PARTY. ;
MAY 9eDear Diary: We cerfainly had somefhing dif-
herenf in +he way of assemblies Jtoday. I can ahlmos'r feel +he
rabbifs popping oquo1c my ears affer waJrohing +ha+ magician
for an hour.
May l8eThe annual Mofher-Daughfer parfy was. as
; usual. a greaf success.
MAY I5-l7eGirls snapped 0qu of Jrheir spring-fever long
enough +0 go +0 Baseball Play Days.
MAY 2 l-Orange presenfed an exchange assembly here
: Jroday. And ius+ when I've learned where I sif in assemblies.
? +he year's almosf over. and I'll have a differenf seaf nex+
MAY 29eSeniors showed the Juniors a wonderful fime
hand sun'burnh a+ Jrhei-r beach parfy.
' MAY 30-wThe Music and Speech deuparfmenfs joined
Jrheir falenfs in presenfing a Memorial Day assembly.
JUNE 3-Tlhe Seniors looked sfrangely serious foday af
: . JUNE 4-8-All Jrhis week fhe Juniors and Seniors have
t been in a sfafe of exci+emen+ over +he Banquet Firs+ gef-
+ing ready for if-and +hen recovering from if!
JUNE 8eLas+ day of school! And graduafion. Gee.
how'll we ge+ along wifhouf Jrhose Seniors nex+ year? Good-
vye, for a while, buf we'll be seeing and hearing from you.
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JEANNE ETZOLD BETTY BALZER BARBARA THOMAS
FIRST SEMESTER SONG AND
The spirit of c: team is a deciding factor
as to Whether the team is a winning one
or not. This spirit is largely derived from
the earnest effort and hard work of the
Song and Yell Leaders. For the first se-
mester Betty Balzar and Betty Baker as
yell leaders, and Barbara Thomas and
Jeanne Etzold as song leaders deserve all
the credit we can give them for leading us
through to CI victorious season.
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TOP ROW: BARBARA THOMAS, HAROLD MAYER. FRANCY JACOBS, GAYLORD WILLIAMS, JOSEPHINE HAEGEMAN
ROW: IRENE DUGGER, MACKIE OSTERMAN, JEAN MATSON.
SECOND SEMESTER SONG AND
This year for the first time, there were
five yell leaders chosen by the Student
Body, Irene Dugger, Gaylord Williams,
Maxine Osterman, Harold Mayer, and
Jean Matson. They, along With the song
leaders, Barbara Thomas, Francy Iacobs,
and Josephine Haegeman did their job
well. They promoted an extremely high
spirit all through the basketball season
and Were a helping factor in Winning the
THEYAIM FUR HIGHER GOA
TOP ROW: SADIE REYES, VIOLA HILL, FRANCY JACOBS, MR. HUMESTON. PAUL BROWNING, JACK HANDLEY, ERNIE WARNER,
ODELL CARSONl MR. SULLIVAN. NOELIE BIDART. BOTTOM ROW: MISS YOCUM, LYLA KING, JOSEPHINE HAEGEMAN, RAY
HEACOCK, RAY WILLSEY. BETTY BALZER, MR. BYRNE.
To be voted into the order of Clip should be the goal to-
wards Which every student strives from the time he enters
school, until he graduates. Members of the Clip are chosen for
their loyalty, school spirit, and support of student activities.
The annual party was held the latter part of April, When
the entire group enjoyed themselves at the eagerly awaited
and successful event.
There are no officers, and the class advisors are Miss
Yocum, Mr. Byrne, Mr. Humeston and Coach Sullivan.
THESE ARE MEN
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TOP ROW: RIC WILLIAMSON, FRED BOOSE, BILL COLLAR, EARL PROTHERO, JERRY NAIL, JACK HANDLEY, ERNIE WARNER.
BOTTOM ROW: LESTER DAVIS, GUS DUGGER, COACH SULLIVAN, GAYLORD WILLIAMSI GIFFORD WILLIAMS. RAY WILLSEY.
RALPH COXl JACK GOETTING, BILL WESTPHAL.
3 LETTERMEN CLUB
, As or reward for their fighting spirit and undying enthus-
t iasm, these boys have the privilege of becoming members of
1? the Lettermen Club. Their meetings this year have been few,
I but still their rules of conduct are c: standard that governs their
The annual initiation of new members into this organiza-
g - tion was one of the outstanding days of the year. These boys
i not only have the spirit, but their ingenuity is equally power-
ful. To end this day, the Lettermen had a huge barbecue sup-
per to Which they invited the G. A. A. girls. Although the
initiates were in a rather deplorable condition, the evening
was a gigantic success. '
Coach Russell Suinan has done some
real work wIJrh his maierial In his ero years
a'i' Tuerin Union High School. Along wiJrh
his skill and willingness +0 Work he has pro-
duced Jreams of which Tusfin High is really
proud. HIE" iooeraH and baskeeraH Jreams
were umbeaien fhis year Coach Is "a very
aciive member of Jrhe 'Factu and Is neger
foo busy Jr0 +ake oh ?omemew +asn. This is
Ihe spirIJr which has carriied Tustin fhrough
+o;.all her vicfories.
A Jream couldn'Jr geIL along WIH'IOUILl
managers The iob of ihe managers Is a
difiicuii one I'haIL muer be done eificienfly.
This year iwo very capable fellows were
Chosen BIHy Squires and Dale Maicarne.
Before ihe end of Lhe Itirer semesfer Daie
received a nofice from JIhe Governmenf.
He Is now serving In ihe Navy The whole
Jrask was Ihen IeH +0 Billy who ably carried
on. AHhough +hIs was his iirer year as man-
ager he has done his job well. and has done
so +0 ihe besf of his abilify.
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The pasi and presen+ record of VincemL
L. Humesion is one which speaks for
'Hummy" as everyone calls him. has served
capalbly many years 6+ Tusfin High. He
has Jrurned 0qu many championship Jrrack
Jreams along wi+h his many ofher dufies
as a member of Jrhe faculfy He is sfricHy
for +he siudenfs and he s+ands for good.
clean living and sporismanship. This is
somefhing Which ail his sfudenfs aIppreciaie
greaHy. His spirif is Jrruly +ha+ of Tusfin
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gedeiTCQ DC.x . ERNIE BYRNE
i' VINCENT L. HUMESTON
The success of a ioofball and baskefball
player lies in Jrhe Jrraining he received when
he is TimL sfariing ou+. This necessary basic
;- Training is under The skilliul guidance of
Coach Ernie Byrne. Ernie Is liked by ali his
players and sfudenfs His guidance has
made possible many a championship Team.
He has +he spiriIL JrhaJr does n01L recognize
The word defeat Ernie is famous for his
jokes and has a super personalify Jro go
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BACK ROW: CO-CAPTAIN JOE BURKE, MARSHALL FAIRRES, DON BECKER, DAVID BASCOM, CO-CAPTAIN JACK HANDLEY. BILL
COLLAR,. ERNIE WARNER, ODELL CARSON, JERRY NAIL, DICK SEVERSON, DICK KORFF, RAY WILLSEY'. COACH SULLIVAN.
FRONT ROW: MGR. DALE MALACARNE, FRED BOOSE, LESTER DAVlS, JOHN THEURER. BOB PARKS, LEON CHANGALA. GIFFORD
WILLIAMS, DICK NESMITH, JOE CORWINl BILL WESTPHAL, RIC WILLIAMSONl DICK GRISET. MGR. BILLY SQUIRES. f
Tuan's gridiron bOys were once again cheered on +0 anofher championship. Kl
Bea+en only by Newporf in a pracfice game, fwhe Tillers wen+ on and claimed an unex x: 1
beaJren' unfied league record. This was +he eig-hfh championship Jream in +he 16er '3 I
nine years, 3 f
The Tillers' low. hardcharging line showed whmL kind of fithr +hey had when +hey
made fwo very imporfanf goal line sfands70ne af Anaheim and +he ofher here wi+h '
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Garden Grove. Their "never say die spirif" showed in every game. 0 . 1 . "w
Leo Changala's and Ernie Warner's defensive and offensive end posifions. Joe 1 3 1 K
Burke's and Bill Collar's sfrong defensive hackle posifions. and Jerry Neil's work-horse 1. 1 , ,
posHion a+ cen+er were sfandoufs of We line; while Lesfer Davis.' Odell Carson, BIH 11 K 1 x35
Wesfphal; Dick NesmHh, and Fred Boose capably filled. alfernafely, Hwe guard 1., 1 g 1 l5 l1
posifions. 1 17
WHAT IT TAKES!
Tusfin boasfed a light speedy, hard-hiHing back field wifh Ray Willsey and Jack
Handley doing moer of Jrhe running and passing: Joe Corwin making vifal gains on.
end reverses; Gifford Williams bearing +he blun'r of The blocking. ther backfield
men who deserve credif for showing grea+ fighfing spiri+ are: Bobby Ynigues. U.S.N.,
Gaylord Williams. and Ric Williamson. Always ready and willing were Bob Park. Ernie
'Blee U.S.C.G., Dick Korff U.S.C.G., Johnny Theurer, Dave Bascom. Don Becker. Dick
Grise+ and Dick Severson.
Each year Jrhe feam elezc+s +he player of Jrhe year. This year Jrhe honor fell +0 Jack
iTipi Handley. "Tip" proved +0 be a +riple fhrea'r wifh his passing. running, and kicking.
"Tip" also received aIl-league honors. He will be missed a greaf deal nex+ year. for
he com ended his poswL as co-capfain wifh inspirafion and always seJr an example
for +he'3 es+ of Jrhe Jream.
Tusi'in l3-Anaheim 0 ,
Anaheim oufplayed +he Tillers Jrhe firsf half. The Tillers go+ rolling in +he +hird
quari'er. Willsey's brillian+ running and passing sef up +he Jrouchdown. Lanky Ernie
Warner sfarred af defensive Jrackie.
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This dimmed Laguna's chance for +he championship. Wiilsey and Handley se+
'r'to ball info posifion. Willsey crashed hackle for Jrhe score. Handley kicked for +he
Tus+on O-Newpor+ 7
Pass inferference decided +he game. A gallan+ +ry by +he Tillers when Joe Corwin
broke loose Jrior a fiHy yard gain on The S+a+ue of Liberfy play was +0 no avail.
Tus+in 7-Garden Grove 6
Winning came a iiHle harder because +he Argonaufs were ready and willing +0
play a good brand of ball. Corwin's S+a+ue of Liber+y play seJr +he ball on Jrhe four
yard line. Handley plunged over and kicked Jrhe exfra poinJr.
Capo forfeHed +0 Tusi'in
Tus+in I9-Brea 7
Handley's and Willsey's running and passing and Leo C-hangala's snagging and
defensive plays were Jrhe sfandoufs of Jrhe game.
Tus+in 26eValencia 0 .
Winding up +he season in good order, Tusfin defeaJred Valencia. Handley and
C'hangala played brillianHy. Handley passed for one Jrouchdown and ran for Jrwo more.
'"rhen kicked Jrwo ex'rra poinfs.
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BACK ROW: ALLEN ENDERLE, KENNETH LONG, HERSHALL WOOD, BOB DIXON, JACK GOETTING, TOM BELL, JOE MARTINEZ, :
DAVID CALLAHAM, WORD KIMBALL, ANGEL AGUILERA. FRONT ROW: BOB MCCALLA. HARROLD BRISTOW, FRED BREWSTER, !
RICHARD NORTHRUP, BILL WILSON. JIM PARKER, JOHN PRUNTY. i
BEE FOOTBALL ?
The Tus+in Bee's proved +ha+ +hey had some very promising maferial in several
of +heir games. Ernie Byrne molded an inexperienced Jream mm a league menace.
The "Tiny Tillers' " sfrong. hard-fithng line was backed up by a heavy swiH moving
A usual sfarfing line-up was Bob McCaHa and Bob Dixon, ends; Roy Hull and ,
Jim Parker. Jrackles; Gus Dugger and Fred Brews+er, guards; Richard Norfhrup. John
Prunfy, righf half; David Callaham. leH half; Jack Goeffing. wculluback: and Tom Bell.
There was no Bee League Hwis year; so all games played had +0 be arranged by
a CEE FOOTBALL
Nearly all oufsfanding varsify fooiballlyi'lplayers geiL +heir firs+ experience on He
. x Cee Jream. And +here is usually plenfy of good maferiai +0 be developed. This year's
.9 Cee Jream had plenfy 01C +his maferiai.
1; a This maierial was sparked by quarferback. J. R. Taium. J. R. will have good
w; . chances for varsify Jream nexi' year.
i K The usual sfarfing line-up was as follows: Ends, Bob Bird and Sieve Changaia:
Q fackles. Richard Ha+ch and Jay Holford; guards, Howard Gorfon and Darrell William- '
F JJ ' son; cenfer, Doug Thorman; halfbacks. Harold Johnson and Bruce Bradfield: quarfer-
i back. J. R. TaJrum: fullback, Bob Harringfon.
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BACK ROW: JOE SERRANO, HAROLD JOHNSON, J. R. TATUM' BOB HARRINGTON, BRUCE BRADFIELDI STEPHEN CHANGALA.
BOTTOM ROW: BOB BIRD, RICHARD HATCH, HOWARD GORTONl DOUG THORMAN, DARRELL WILLIAMSONl JAY HOLFORD.
TOP ROW: JACK HANDLEY, BILL COLLARI ERNIE WARNER, EARL PROTHERO, ODELL CARSONl JOE BURKEI BOTTOM
COACH SULLIVAN, RAY WILLSEYI DICK NESMITH, RIC WILLIAMSON. HAROLD BRISTOW.
This year's Tillers' baske+ball men made +he lenlh championship Jream in Jrhe hislory
of Tuslin Union High School. The Tillers bagged seven liHes in +he laswL nine years.
The posilion 01c rithr-lorward was capably filled by "Tip" Handley, who could
always be depended upon lo make poinls. whelher +he Jream was in a pinch or nol.
"Tip" has played on +hree championship leams. He made ninely-nine poinfs. placing
him neer lo +he highesl in scoring order.
Ray Willsey. one of +he laslesl ball handlers lo ever play on Jrhe Tillers' squad.
lilled Jrhe place of leH forward. Tuslin will long remember his lasl and clever fool
work. He sfood for good. clean playing and Jreamwork all Hie Jrime. He is credifed
wilh sevenly-lwo poinls.
DID IT AGAIN
Capfain Ernie Warner iilled cenier posifion. He led Jrhe feam scorers wi+h one
hundred and seven poinis. Due +0 his heighiL and his skill in using if .fhe Jream was builf
i. up around him.
1:. The place of righf-guard was capabiy filled by Joe Burke. Joe was one of +he
3, Jream's besf ball handlers and an experiL feeder.
Leo Changala. up from Ernie Byrne's Bee feam, had all +he qualifies of a real
baskefball player. He was renowned for his fighfing spiri'r: since he was as good on
defensive as offensive. He was always on hand for some inferesfing and experf ball
Earl Profhero and Ray Heacock were among Jrhe besf of +he susbs+i+u+es, and
very frequenHy +hey were on +he sfarfing lineup. '
ther subsfifuies who were always pushing +he iirsf s+ring +0 keep Jrheir posi-
+ions were: Ric Williamson. Odell Carson, Dick Nesmifh, and Bill Collar.
For +he las+ Jrhree years +he Tillers have goHen +0 +he semi-finals of Jrhe Hunfing-
ion Beach Tournament Jrhen Jrhey have ios+ 0qu by a small margin. as +hey did +his
a year when +he score was 23 +0 26.
Tuerin I7eLaguna II
, a Tusfin 204Garden Grove 25
g Tus'rin 40eCapis+rano 26
Tusfin bOeBrea 33
Tusiin 27-Valencia 20 i
Tusfin 3l-aLaguna 20
Tusfin 34-Garden Grove I8
Tus+in 55-Capisfrano I7
Tusfin 39:Brea I6
Tus+in 32eValencia 25
TOP ROW: ROY HULL, HAROLD JOHNSON, ALLEN ENDERLE. HAROLD CARSON, EARL PRIMROSE, DOUG THORMAN, J. R.
TATUM, BRUCE BRADFIELD, COACH BYRNE, PETE VERMUELEN, JACK GOETTING, BOB MCCALLA. HAROLD PRIMROSEI RICHARD
NORTHRUP, MANAGER, DON GEORGE.
The Tiiller Iigh+weigh+s, coached by Ernie Byrne. came very close +0 faking +he
league championship. Their only league loss was +0 Capis+rano. +0 whom Jr'hey Jr'eH erice.
Jack GoeHing. Bob McCalla, and Harold Primrose were +he Jream's moswL con-
sIerenJr high scorers. The +eam as a whoie showed much promise for nex+ years' varsify
q Richard Norfhrup was one of +he besf guards +he "mighfy Tillers" had encounf-
ered in a long Jrime. J. R. Tafum was anofher ou+s+anding guard.
H looks like Bob McCaHa wil capably fill Ernie Warner's TposHion as cen+er
The Jforward posifions were filled by high scorers. Jack GoeHing and Harold
ther players who were in +here pifching were: George Gaylord. Bruce Bradfield.
Harold Johnson, Richard Warner, Harold Carson, Doug Thorman, Roy Hull, Jimmy
Parker. Pefe Vermuelen. Jack Bird. Bob Dixon. and Richard Sfolfe.
Laguna .................... 12-!7 17-20
Garden Grove ............. 25-28 20-4!
Capis+rano ................. 34-23 25-16
Brea-Ohnda ................ 27-38 27-33
Valencia ........... , .........
TOP ROW: COACH SULLIVAN, HAROLD JOHNSON, TOM BELL, JACK HANDLEY, BOB McCALLA, MARSHAL FAIRRES, JIM ATKINS,
GIFFORD WILLIAMS, MANAGER BILL SQUIRES. BOTTOM ROW: J. R. TATUM, RAY WILLSEY, JIM PARKER. JACK GOETTINGI
BILL WESTPHAL, RICHARD NORTHRUPI RALPH COX. ,
VARSITY BASEBALL I
. The varsify diamond polishers goJr 0H +0 a slow slarf. As +he Audion wen+ +0
press +hey won rheir lirsf game, which was played againsf Newporf Harbor.
Their slow slarf was due +0 +he facf +ha+ many of Jrhe players were sfill 0qu for
a Slarling in +he pilcher's box were Bill Weslphal and Marshall Fairres and Harold
: Johnson. Jack Handley, +he Tillers' pifcher in previous years. was expecled +0 be on
+he diamond by l'heir nexf game. He was one of +he fellows 0qu for Jrrack a+ +he be-
ginning of +he season.
There will be a regular league +his season. The Championship will more +han likely
lie belween Brea-Olinda, Valencia. and Tuslin.
l Behind +he pla+e in Jrhe calcher's posIHon were J. R. Tafum. Jim Parker. and Bob
McCalla. Firsl basemen were Richard Norlhrup and Jack GoeHing. Gifford Williams
and Tom Bell Jrook care of second base. Bill Wesl'phal played +hird base when he
wasn'+ pifching. Shorfsfop was filled by Ray Willsey. Fielders were Harold Johnson,
Marshall Fairres, Jim Alkins. Jim Parker and Ralph Cox.
TOP ROW: JOE HAEGEMAN, BILL WESTPHAL, LESTER DAViS. DICK NESMITH. DICK GRISET, ODELL CARSON, ERNIE WARNER.
PAUL BROWNING, JERRY NAIL, JACK HANDLEY, DlCK SEVERSON, GAYLORD WILLIAMS, MR. HUMESTON. BOTTOM ROW:
JOHN PRUNTYI GIFFORD WILLIAMS. RICK WILLIAMSON, GUS DUGGER, RAY WILLSEYI FRED BOOSE, JOE CORWIN. 808 PARK,
ln +rack H was "nip and fuck" all +he way up +0 +he couner meeJr wilh Tuan Jraking
Valencia and Brea-Olinda 80. 30 and IQ polnls, respeclively, and Garden Grove Jraking
fhem 84, 34, I4. respecfively. Then We Tillers defea+ed Laguna and Capo. 80. 47, l0.
while Garden Grove Jrrippecl lhem by slithy smaller margin of 7I. 50 and I4 poinls
respedively. However, +he Tillers weren'+ powerful enough +0 overpower Garden
Grove's Argonauls. who won 'l'l'le coun+y meef 60-36. Laguna followed wiJrh 24 poinls.
Co-Capfains were Ric Williamson and Gus Dugger.
Joe Corwin, Ray Willsey, Ric Williamson, Jerry Nail. and John Prunly were all
good IOO yard men. The 220 yard dash was Jtaken care of by Joe Corwin. John Prunly
was +he besl 440 yard runner +he Tillers have had in many years. Odell Carson and
Dick Severson also did well in lehe 440. Ric Williamson and Bob Park allernaled be-
880 Jthis season and did a swell 10b. The mile was capavbly
rreH Williamson. up fromeHBee" I320 yard, showed much
coun+y meef. High and low hurdlers were Gifford Williams
andley, Les+er Davis and Harold Brisfow were among +he
s besf sho+ puHers. Gaylord Williams was hampered In Hwe pole vaulf due +0
f sawduswL and a bad an'kle. Earl Primrose, up from He "Bee's". showed well in
chalked up quire a few poinfs for +he Tillers.
Bill Collar and Ernie Blee were bofh missed in Hie counfy meef. Bill is a good 20
+oo+ broad jumper and Ernie was a fasf 220 man. Bofh are serving in +he Coas1L Guard.
High jumper Ray Willsey. Jerry Nail. Jack Handley. and Paul Browning were
Jrhree very excellenf discus hurlers.
Broad jumpers. Ernie Warner, Dick Severson. Odell Carson. and Jerry Nail all
VARSITY TRACK RECORD
440 Dash 49.8 MahL Nisson
a 74 High Jump 541-14," ' Ralph Dawson
00 w ' ? Discus I30' 3" Marvin Lawrence
S'hof 50' 9" Norman Veeh
0.1 ,0 W IOO yd. Dash lO.l MaH Nisson
220 yd. Dash 22.2 Don Plumb
, 880 yd. Dash 2.03 Irvin Wa'rkins
220 yd. Low Hurdles 24.8 Phil Newman
MM Broad Jump 2I' 92" AlbemL Parr
u , J Pole Vaulf II' 9" Lewis Tadlock
. ' " Mile 4.47 Bob Spray
.0. M4. V 880 yd. Relay l:33.8 Dugger. Fuller,
. J k" W' Chaddick. Nisson
TOP ROW: LIROY HEIN. NORMAN NYSWONGER. BOB HARRINGTON, DICK STOLTE, JACK GOETTING, EARL PRIMROSE, FRED
BREWSTER, DON GEORGE, MR. HUMESTON. BOTTOM ROW: J. R. TATUM, BRUCE BRADFIELD, DICK HATCH, ROY HULLI
DARRELL WILLIAMSON, BOB DIXON. . r "
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BEE AND CEE TRACK
This year's Bee Jream consisfed of five fellows. Jrwo of which ran varsi+y in Hue
counfy mee+. They were Darrell Wiiliamson and Earl Primrose. Darrell ran +he mile.
and Earl pole vauHed.
Two of +he ofher Jrhree were sprinfers. Bob Dixon and Fred Brewsfer. The +hird.
Norman Nyswonger. a distance runner.
. T-he +wo mos+ oufsfanding Cee's were Freshmen boys. J. R. Tafum and Bruce
Bradfield. They bofh ran Hue 50 and 100 yard dashes.
O+her Cee performers were Roberf Harringron, Richard S+oHe. Richard Hafch.
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HELEN KIMBALL, PAT KILPATRICK, ELEANOR CLARK, ANITA THORN-
BETTIE CHAPMAN, LYLE KING, CAROL BENNETT, BEVERLY GORZEMAN
LI LLIAN HASKELL,
HAEGEMAN. IRENE DUGGER. JEAN ETZOLD, BARBARA THOMAS,
VIOLA HILL. BONNIE BENNETT, JOAN LAWRENCE. JEAN CRUZEN, FLORA NIEBLAS. SHIRLEY PRATHER. MARGUERITE
AND THEIR ADVISURS
Miss Yocum. who has Charge of
+he Junior and Senior girls' sporfs
is highly respecfed and liked by
all. Volunfarily she has freely given ' 33
her Jrime and efforf +0 furfher
+he abilifies o1c Hwe girls who par-
+icipa+e in aHer school sporfs. She
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MRS. de FOREST
Her firsf year 6+ Tusfin. Mrs. de
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Freshmen and Sophomore girls'
gym classes. Her energy. devo-
Jrion, and sporfsmanship have made
ell liked 'by all.r
THE DUTDUUR GIRL 1.
Again we s+ar+ed baskeT'baH wifh a good Jrurnoqu and IoJrs of 1
enfhusiasm. Due +0 gas rahoning. no games were scheduled excepf 1
our annual Play Day. This was held aJr FullerTon on November 28
and 30. The Seniors played Orange wifh a vicforious score of 24 +0
I5. Juniors in +heir Clash wi+h Newporf won 23 +0 26. Sophomores
were defeafed by Fullerfon 15 +0 26. Then Jrhe Freshmen "broughf
home Jrhe cake" by beaHng Brea-Ohnda 20 +0 II.
All classes vofed On an "All S+ar Team." +hose winning Jrhe
honors were: Helen Kimball, Lyla King, Marjorie CarsonwViola Hill.
Sadie Reyes, and Lorene HanseH.
TOP ROW: SADIE REYES, MARJORIE CARSON, BONNIE BENNETT, BETTY BAKER.
SECOND ROW: BARBARA WELLS, BETTY HOUSEHOLDER, FLORA NIEBLAS, FRANCY
JACOBS, MAXINE OSTERMAN, BETTY BALZER, ELAINE PRUNTY. BOTTOM ROW:
JOSEPHINE HAEGEMAN, IRENE DUGGER, JEAN MATSON, LYLA KING, LORENE
HANSELL, VIOLA HILLI CATHERINE GRISET, BILLIE AND BETTIE JEAN CHAPMAN.
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The spirifed game of hockey. sfarfed 0qu +his year under Jrhe 2 1k
captains Elaine Prunfy. Lillian Haskell. Hazel PaHerson. and Alice
On January I6, Jrhe Sanfa Ana Junior College Team came omL
for a prachce game, wifh The Juniors playing Jrhe Tirer han and
Seniors +he second. The final whisHe blew wi+h +he score s+ill 0 +0 0.
The following day Garden Grove arrived +0 fry Their luck againsuL
+he Seniors. 10qu 10er 2 +0 0. Next came +he Garden Grove Junior
Team, who +rampled Jrhe Juniors 6 +0 0. T
Inferuclass games were held wifh high enfhusiasm and oufsfand-
ing sporfsmanship. Seniors meJr Jrhe Sophomores. winning 4 +0 0.
Juniors and Freshmen played a close game. wifh Juniors coming ouf
ahead I +0 0. Seniors won over +he Juniors wIJrh a score of 4 +0 0.
The He-game OT +he In+erclass series was beereen +he Sophomores
and Freshmen concluded The class games wifh a score of 4 +0 I.
AJr Jrhe Hunhnngon Beach Play Day we played Jrhe Ias+ games
OT our hockey season. The resuHs were: Seniors vs. Huanngon Beach,
8 +0 0; Juniors vs. Newport 0 +0 2: Sophomores vs. Anaheim. I +0 0.
TOP ROW: LILLIAN CUMMINGS. LELA MEIERS. MARGUERITE CHANGALA. NOELIE
BIDART, BETTY CHUML, DOROTHY SHAFER. ANNE COURTNEY. SHIRLEY PRATHER.
LUCY TAUTE, JOYCE NYSWONGER. SECOND ROW: ELEANOR PROTHERO, JOAN
LAWRENCE, JEANNE ETZOLD. BARBARA THOMAS, HELEN KIMBALL, BEVERLY PEROZZI.
BOTTOM ROW: LILLIAN HASKELL, JEAN CRUZENI CHARLOTTE FRANZEN.
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Volleyball meJr Jrhis year wi+h an abundance of en+husiasm which was parfly in-
spired by our capfains. Lorene Hansell. BeHy Chuml. Barbara Boose and Marilyn
Fullerfon held f-he volleyball Play Day +his year on March 20 and 22. af which our
scores were: Seniors won 37 +0 24 again51L Hunfingfon Beach. Juniors iosf +0 Orange
26 +0 37. +he Sophomores losf +0 Anaheim 24 +0 48. and +he Freshmen losf +0 New-
por'r 53 +0 30.
Our infer-class games opened wi+h +he Seniors playing Jrhe Freshmen and +he
game ended wifh a score of 54 +0 12 in favor of +he Seniors.
Then Jrhe Juniors me+ Jrhe Freshmen wifh a resuHing vicfory of 36 +0 l7. Again
+he Juniors played bu'r +his fime wifh +he Seniors winning 49 +0 2 l. Vicfory was handed
again +0 +he Juniors when +he. Sophomores Iosf +0 +hevm I6 +0 47. The close baffle
o? the season was be+ween +he Sophomores and Freshmen with a Freshmen vicfory
of 33 +0 28. The scheduie Closed wi+h +he Senior vs. Sophomore game which gave Jrhe
Seniors a championship +iHe when Jrhey won 32 +0 l3.
TOP ROW: ELEANOR CLARK, JOYCE HALFORD, NORMA DRAY. SECOND ROW:
BARBARA noose. JACQUILINE COZAD. MADELINE VERMUELEN. LAVONNE GRAHAM.
ANITA THORNBORROW, BARBARA VEEH. BETTY HEACOCK. SHIRLEY GORZEMAN.
SHIRLEY SORESON. HAZEL PATTERSON. MRS. DE FORREST. ADVISER. BOTTOM now:
JOAN SERRANO. CAROL BENNETT, DALLAS WAGNER. HELEN CHUML. JANE
The Seniors hope +0 keep up +heir un'beafen record +his season
by showing +ha+ +hey can also excel in Indoor. The ofher classes also
have good prospecfs. Indoor Play Day +his year was held a+ Brea on
May 15 and '7.
TOP ROW: PAULINE SERRANO. ADELA GOODWIN. FRANCES NIEBLAS. MARILYN PEROZZI. PAT' KLIEVER.
JOYCE THOMPSON. NANETTE GRISET. RUTH WOOD. ANDREIA FLUD. MIDDLE ROW! SHIRLEY THOMAS.
DOTTY DENNIS. GLENNA LEE BERRYI JOAN PENROD. ARDA MAE HILL. BETTY KENNEDY. VICTORIA MAG-
DALENO, PEGGY HUMPHREY. MARGE KING. BARBARA HALE, LOIS LONG. BOTTOM ROW: MARION HALE.
MARY JANE BACON. MARY ETCHEBERRIA, JUANITA CLUSTER.. MARY FISCHBACK. GLENDORA RUST. MAXlNE
CHASE. MARION CUMMINGS.
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SEATED: DOROTHY SHAFER, LILLIAN HASKELL. LUCY TAUTE.
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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS .. .
PresidemL ................... Odell Carson 1
Vice Presiden+ ............ Barbara Thomas " ' E,
Secrefary .................. Jeanne Cruzen ;
Treasurer ........... L Dick, Nesmifh ' '
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ACinW: Didi-xJSiLLSET, DICK NESMITH. JERRY NAIL, LESTER DAVIS, RAY WILLSEY, JOE CORWIN, BOB PARK, WORD
x LL, mum HASKELL, FRONT ROW: AVNNE COURTNEY, LOAN LAWRENCE, JEANNE CRUZEN, BARBARA THOMAS. HELEN
KIMBALL, LILLFAN HQSKELL. FRONT ROW: ANNA COURTNEY, LILLIAN CUMMINGS, JEAN ETZOLD, DOROTHY KIMBALL, CHAR-
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
Presidenf Joe Haegeman
Vice Presidenf ............ Jean Efzold
Secrefary .......... CharloHe Franzen
Treasurer Jerry Nail
STANDING: ODELL CARSON, JOE HAEGEMAN, JERRY NAIL, DICK
NESMITH. SEATED: CHARLOTTE FRANZEN, BARBARA THOMAS, JEANNE
CRUZEN, JEANNE ETZOLD.
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BACK ROW: GALEN ANDERSON, JIM ATKINS, BILL BUNGE, RAY HEACOCK. BILL PENDERED. ODELL CARSON, JOE HAEGEMAN,
WILBERT HORGAN. J. CLEVELAND. THIRD ROW: BOB ECHOLV, JIM ROBINSON, ART HAUSAUER, BRUCE EMERY, TOM BELLI
GAYLORD WILLIAMS, JOE MARTINEZ, RALPH COX. SECOND ROW: BEVERLY GORZEMAN, SHIRLEY PRATHER, MARGUERITE
CHANGALA, NOELIE BIDARTI BETTY GILBERT, MARY LOU CON "3?, BARBARA BROWN, ELEANOR PROTHERO, TED DUFF. FRONT
ROW: BEVERLY PEROZZI, LUCY TAUTE, PAT KILPATRICK. PATS' SHELLHOUS, LOUISE WAGONER. BETTY CHUML, ROSEMARY
BOOSE, DOROTHY SHAFER.
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HOLFORD, RICHARD JOHANSEN,
GOETTING. SEATED: B BARA H, ANITA T O
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H LONGA RICHARD STOLTE, DICK SEVERSON,
ORMA DRAY, JOAN SERZANO, e gazea GAYLORD, BILL WESTPHAL. JIM PARKER, JACK
RNBORROW JACQ UNE COZARD, LAVONNE GRAHAM, GAIL TUCKER.
f E H LL, JEAN YARBROUGH, CAROL JEAN BENNETT.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Presiden+ .................. Jack GoeHing
Vice PresidemL ............. Richard Warner
Secre+ary ................ Shirley Sorenson
Treasurer .................... Gail Tucker
HAZEL PATTERSON, DAVID BASCOM. JOYCE
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- SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
. PresidemL ................... Dick Severson
Vice Presiden+ ............... Bob McCalla
Secre+ary .............. Anifa Thornborrow
Treasurer Richard Norfhrup
BACK ROW: DICK SEVERSON, JACK GOETTING, RICHARD WARNER,
RICHARD NORTHRUP, BOB McCALLA. FRONT ROW: ANITA THORN-
- . BORROW. GAIL TUCKER. SHIRLEY SORENSON.
BACK ROW: ALLEN ENDERLE, MARSHALL FAIRRES, HAROLD CARSON, DAVID McMILLAN, RICHARD WARNER, BOB McCALLA.
DON BECKER, HAROLD BRISTOW, RICHARD NORTHRUP. ERNIE BYRNE. MIDDLE ROW: HELEN CHUML, HOWARD GORTON,
BETTY HEACOCK, BOB WILSON, FRED BREWSTER, ALICE HOWELL, DOUG THORMAN, HAZEL PATTERSON, DARRELL WILLIAM-
SON, JOYCE HOLFORD, ROSS DISHMAN, NORMA DRAY, JACK BIRD. .FR r'; 1'.,v:l:RbW: YVONNE RICKETTS, MELNA MARTIN,
MARILYN HUMESTON. EDNA ROWENHORST, BARBARA CRAWFORD; DARLE E OLSON, EUGENIA EATON, SHIRLEY CASPERSON.
TOP ROW: BOB PRITCHARDI ALLEN KNIGHTI JAY HOLFORD, DON GEORGEI HAROLD JOHNSONI ROY HULLI GLEN KULMI EARL
PRIMROSEI CEDRIC SERRANOI LIROY HEINI BOB HARRINGTONI J. R. TATUMI DICK WINCKLER MIDDLE ROW1MARY ETCHE-
BERRlAI ANDREIA FLUDI BONNIE CHAFFEYI RUTH WOODI LOIS LONG, FRANCES NiEBLASI ADELA GOODWINI UOAN PENRODI
GLENNA BERRY, MARION HALE, NANNETTE GRISET. BOTTOM ROW: PAULINE SERRANOI VICTORIA MAGDALENOI DARLENE
STANDSBERRYI IMOGENE HUDSON, ARDA MAE HILL GLENDORA RUSTI PAT KLIEWERI JEAN BECKER, MARILYN .PER ZZII JOYCE
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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Presidenf EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE J. R. Tafum
Vice PresidemL ......... Norman Nyswonger
Secrefary ............... Peggy Humphrey
Treasurer EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Alice Valencia
BACK ROW: JACK ROBINSON. DREW HOWARD. JIM CORWIN, BOB HOUSEHOLDERI HERSHALL WOODI TOM ANDERSON, JOHN
POH, DAVID CALLAHAM, HAROLD MAYER, WARREN McCONNELL, JOHN MARKS, BRUCE BRADFIELD, JOE SERRANO, NORMAN
NYSWONGER. MR. NORTHRUP.
LEDGRETT GIBSON. GRATIAN BIDART, DAVID FOCHT.
MIDDLE ROW: HENRY PENRODl RICHARD HALL, STEVE CHANGALA, DICK HATCHI FRANCIS
FRONT ROW: CATHERINE JENNINGS, MILDRED JONES,
JUANITA CLUSTER, BETTY KENNEDY, DOT DENN SI MARY JANE BACON, SHIRLEY THOMAS, IMARGE KING, PEGGY HUMPHREY,
MAXINE CHASE, MARIAN CUMMINGSI BARBARA"; ALE, MAB! FISCHBACK.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
PresidenJr Harold Mayer
Vice Presiden+ Rober+ Prifchard
Secre+ary. . . . . . . . . .Pa+ Kliewer
Treasurer ............... Don George
Parliamentarian ........ Arda Mae HiH
BACK ROW: BOB PRITCHARb, DON GEORGE, HAROLD MAYER, NORMAN
NYSWONGER, J. R. TATUM.
HUMPHREY, ARDA MAE HILL.
A fellow who always had a smlle for
everyone was Gifford Williams. His good
nature made him loved by all, teachers
and students alike. His sincerity in all
things has made c: lasting impression on
our class. Gifford is truly headed for
"Hi, George," was the salu-
tation almost everyone re:
ceived from Ernie Warner. He
always had time to lend a 9
helping hand and never
seemed to be in a hurry. His
splendid personality, togeth-
er With his great ability to
lead our class made him one
of our greatest assets.
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Presidenf ..................... Gifford Williams
Vice PresidenJrhuuf ................ Bob HemL
Secre+ary ....................... Francy Jacobs
Treasurer ........................ Flora Nieblas
TOP ROW: ERNIE WARNER, RIC WILLIAMSON. BOTTOM
ROW: BETTIE CHAPMAN, BARBARA WELLS.
LEFT TO RIGHT: BOB HARTI FRANCY JACOBS, FLORA NIEBLAS,
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Presidenf ........................ Ernie Warner
Vice Presiden+ Ric Williamson
Secrefary ..................... BeHie Chapman
Treasurer Barbara WeHs
SENIOR RECORD FOR THE YEAR 1945
in the fall of '41, the whole
As we entered high school
world was in a turbulent state wh
far as we were concer
ese on Pearl Harbor
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In our freshman year we adjusted ourselves
One of the trad
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tiate the freshmen. No different in this respect than any other
previous classes, we were very thoroughly initiated. One day
found the girls arrayed in bathing suits, bath robes and heavy
boots. The boys were attractively dressed in girls dresses and
shoes. In everyone's possession were to be found tooth paste
2 and brush, bacon grease, perfume and lipstick. The seniors
proved to be very apt in using each and every one of the above
items, as was clearly demonstrated in the appearance of our
class. The second day came in all its glory, only to find us poor
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EARL PROTHERO ELAINE PRUNTY JACK PRITCHARD
ntreshies" bedecked in long uaderwear, With inflated inneru . , '1
tubes, tthis was before the 33 remembert suspended around ' , 1
our waists. The climax camgq the afternoon of this day, When '
the Whole school Witneseegy tme ingenuity of the seniors and
the stupidity o tthe freshman in g1 two hour program of initia-
tion. -, Yet it? 'ng q;
As ambitious sophbnffoghstXWe sponsored a dance Which
proved to be the StCIItinl'g posttnt of our successful dances. During
the evening We hathOYel gbld-timers such as the Virginia
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promoted a more friendly atmosphere.
Keeping up with the standards of previous sophomore
Classes we presented our Sophomore Variety Show which com-
bined school and outside talent. This formed a well rounded
program that proved our ability to cooperate among ourselves.
Making our junior year outstanding, was the play we pre-
sented, uEver Since Eve," which broke all previous pre-sale
records. This gay comedy was a huge success and showed
IRENE DUGGER JACK HANDLEY
BILL COLLAR ' CATHERINEMGRHSET!
that in our midst could be found some very promising actors.
The activity to Which we had looked forward from the time
we entered high school was .the Iunior-Senior Banquet, and
finally the day arrived. May thirtieth we had reservations at
the uHacienda Country Club" in La Habra Heights. Through
the efforts and hard work of members of our class, it was suc-
cessful beyond expectations.
Our ability in dramatics was once again demonstrated in
the Senior play, "Cash and Carrie," which was presented to ,
JOE BURKE DOLORES GOODWIN
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found a group of well clothed people
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each of us going our separate ways this most exalted day,
as a class
ing legally was ours
in the snow
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That day was Ditch Day.
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journeyed to Snow Valley for' a day
ately following, we gave a Senior Dance with Easter as our
One day, on each of our first three years we had always
the public for the first time and was a rousing success. Immedi-
early hours of morn
envied the seniors.
BETTY JEAN BAKER
ERNIE BLEE BI'L IE JEAN CHAPMAN
huddled neath blankets and robes, yet very much excited with
the prospects of snow in sight. The preparations required
everyone's cooperation, but all agree it was more than worth
it. This day will be long remembrd by us seniors.
In the past the seniors have always entertained the juniors
at a May Breakfast, but as far as our class was concerned this
event had lost its original meaning. In its stead we substituted
a beach party. By doing this we created a more friendly feel-
ing between the two classes.
MARJORIE CARSON JUANlTAVCANTRELL , ,, JEAN MATSON
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BETTY BALZER MELVIN BOLfoRD
Now our class Will be venturing into a life that Will be
completely different from the school life we have been exper-
iencing. You may ask Whether we may adjust ourselves to
these changes, and the answer lies only in how well we apply
the knowledge we have acquired in our four years here at
Those Whose pictrues do not appear are: on Scott, Bob
Boyd, Marjorie Chast and Iames Alderson.
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Phone Santa Ana 5151
170 E, Main St. Tustin, Cal. Fourth at Sycamore
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THE TUSTIN DRUG STORE
Highest Quality '- 5 5 Lowest Prices
At the corner of Main and D TUSTIN
HERBERT L. MILLER, Inc.
209,11 Bush Street Phone 1906
SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA
OIL PURE REFINERS
RECAPPING and VULCANIZING
. . Pool and Billiards
SChllllng Shoes Papers, Cold Drinks and Candy
212 East 4th St. 375 D Street TUSTIN
Santa Ana Charles A. Clearly, Prop.
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5120 25K TUSTIN, CALIFt.
Implements 'TUSTIN CEMENT
TUSTIN MFG. CO.
Tlustin, Calif. Phone 5054vW
First at Newport Tustin
C O N C R E T E
TUSTIN LUMBER COMPANY
'1The Friendly Community Yard"
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PITTSBURGH PAINTS - JOHNSuMANVILLE ROOFING
First and D Streets
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Phone Santa Ana 5038
Bleote Music Co.
304 W. Fourth Santa Ana
157 W. Center Anaheim
110 N. Spadra Fullerton
Phone 505 J
California Table Delicacies
SANTA ANA CALIF.
16 mm. Sound Film Projectors
SALES ., SERVICE y RENTALS
309 NORTH BDWY.
Leeis PDQ Service
KENDALL MOTOR OIL
WASHING y POLISHING
100 D Street
Rankin's are in keeping with the
spirit of youth! We've shops est
ipecially dedicated to youth and
their many needSe young modes
timed to the tempo of the day
which demands action. We hope to
earn your good will as we have
won the esteem of generations be-
fore you, through useful service . . .
in Santa Ana since 1894.
L. H. LONG
Fourth Street and Sycamore
SMITH 8 TUTHILL
SIXTH and BROADWAY
Telephone 204 Santa Ana, California
The First National R A. TIERNAN
Bank of Tustin Typewriter Co.
Commercial 8 Savings Accounts if
Member of TYPEWRITERS
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT
TUSTIN California 902 North Main Street
DIAMONDS - WATCHES -- JEWELRY
I e w e1 r y
OUR STORE CONTAINS A COMPLETE LINE OF GIFTS
WATCH REPAIRING - SCHOOL SUPPLIES
TUSTIN F OOD CENTER
TUSTIN'S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
Where Your Every Need Is Supplied
Where Everyone Shops with Confidence
The PrEscott Ranch
MRS. J. A. PRESCOTT JOHN PRESCOTT
Defend Your Country M I
BUY WAR 130an
.c n E A M E av AN" STAMPS
Build Up Your Health
EXCELSIOR DAIRY PRODUCTS
EAST FIRST STREET SANTA ANA
LYNN L. OSTRANDER CO.
524 East First Street
Distributor ' for
With STANDARD OIL
for 25 Years
Serving This Area
for 18 Years
Before You Insulate! -
book tells the
For a really effective, money-saving
Home Insulation job, skilled, effi-
cient installation is important. Our
crews are thoroughly trained to
give you a complete job. They
use only "J-M" Rock Wool. Phone
or mail us a post card.
SO. COUNTIES INSULATION CO
Telephone S. A. 4370
"BLOWN" ROCK WOOL '
BUSINESS and SOCIAL PRINTING
DONE IN THE MODERN MANNER '
THE TUSTIN NEWS
We Wish You Lots of Luck
Corner First and D Street
MEET YOUR TUSTIN
V. B. Anderson Co.
"Everything for the Welder"
HOBART ARC WELDERS
LINDE AIR PRODUCTS
B R A D L E Y S N
117 Spurgeon Santa Ana
MARY, AL and LOIS BRADLEY phone 6321
IDROPUCT OF THE UTT MCB CcnmNY TUSTIN LN
Bertha E. Wilson
Corner Third and D Sts.
Mercury . Ford Lincoln
At Your Service
810 North Main
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"COME DOWN HERE OLSON
-WE DON'T START
ON THE SECOND STORY
In planning and building, things have to come in their proper
turn. It seems foolish to rush things just to save a few days or
weeks when youhll probably be living there for years.
ThatIs why it is important to start planning now, even though
you canht start to build for a while. There are no priorities on
good building sites . . . except as others get there first . . . so make
your selection early to get the best. Then, start planning your
home to fit the site.
We have prepared a little booklet which tells just how to make
planning and building a lot of fun. Your copy is ready for you.
To get it, just drop us a postcard . . .or drop in yourself and
get your copy. No obligation, of course.
SANTA ANA YARD
1022 East Fourth Street
Telephone 986 I
1 ORANGE YARD
I 260 North Lemon Street
I Telephone 461
W: Your Realtor can help you
select a building site to fit your pocketbook. See him today.
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M. ELTISTE 8 CO., Inc.
FARM EQUIPMENT TRACTORS : MOTOR TRUCKS
407 E. 4th St. 312 No. Los Angeles St.
Santa Ana, Calif. Anaheim, Calif.
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155 D Street
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900 W. Fourth St. Phone 1552
Santa Ana, Calif.
104 E. Fourth St. Santa Ana
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