Van Nuys High School - Crimson and Gray Yearbook (Van Nuys, CA)
- Class of 1938
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JAMES KIRKPATRICK, Business Mg
Miss MCMILLl.AN, Advisor
Crimson 63 Gray
PUBLISHED BY VAN NUYS HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENT BODY 0 VAN NUYS, CALIF.
This year our theme is Campus Life. The 1938
Crimson and Gray is more than ever a student's
book. We present it to the Student Body of Van
Nuys High School as something representative of
themselves. Their hopes and ambitions, the various
activities in which they share, the strenuous and ex-
citing things they do, are all vividly pictured here.
We have used pictures extensively this year for we
believe that through these pictures we have been able
to present a clearer idea of our High School in all
CRIMSON AND GRAY SAFF
We of the Yearbook Staff feel that We owe a
debt of gratitude to Miss McMillan, our faculty
advisory to Mr. Thomas, who has seen us through
the financial side 3 to Mr. Kenneth "Steve" Stevener,
of Adcraft Engravingg to Mr. Keith Cordrey, the
Premier Printing Co.g to Mr. Axel Fog, our help-
ful photographerg to Mrs. Malmstedtl and her
typistsg to Mr. George Blake and the stage Crew?
to George Healy, for his art workg and to you who
have bought the book we have printed. To the
above we wish to express a most since "Thank you."
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ADMINISTRATION AND ART
STUDENT Ronv PREP DANCES
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HE daily activities of busy boys and girls on a high school
campus are indicative of the spirit of a school. Every school is a city in
miniature. lt contains all the elements of a larger unit of organization.
It offers opportunities for education in human relationships that train
for adult living and participation in a democracy. The progressive school
will make use of campus activities as a laboratory for teaching the art
of living together harmoniouslv, constructively, and joyfully.
lt is one of the chief aims and objectives of Van Nuys High School
to provide varied and wholesome activities whereby students may engage
in co-operative experiences of planning, working. and playing together-
experiences in which helpful friendships may be formed as well as habits
of altruistn, loyalty, and courage-activities in which democratic prac-
tices may be fostered and the great objective of thinking with and for
others and at the same time thinking for oneself inculcated.
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SCHOOL is known by the campus it keepsf, This old adage is
somewhat modined, but it is never-the-less true. The personality and
the individuality of a school is shown through this medium better than
in any other way. Are you expressing yourselves, or are you willing to
ape other institutions and organizations? Are you trying to "do things"
the way they are done in college and at "Grand Show High Schoolu?
Where is your originality and pride in your school?
These are the questions which I feel deserve your best thinking
and action. Unless you exercise these faculties there is danger of their
atrophying and this will become "just another school."
Campus life can be moulded by a few who do not represent the
student body, or it can be led intelligently in the direction in which you
wish it to develop. If you prefer the latter course, each one of you will
have to make it your personal responsibilityg it becomes your duty not
only to elect the right oflicers, but also to exert your best influence on
your friends and classmates.
"A school is known by the campus it keeps." It's up to you.
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OST of you are spending six of the happiest years of your
life on the campus of Van Nuys High School. If you should pick up this
annual ten or twenty years from now and refresh your memory on the
associations you are now enjoying here, l am sure you will agree with
Long after you have forgotten many of the facts you have learned
in your text books you will vividly recall the wide variety of campus
experience which have deeply influenced and helped to shape your
life. Loyalties are being established. Whether you are serving on a
committee, holding a school oflice, or participating in social, musical,
athletic, or other school activities, your personality and character traits
are being observed by those around you.
Every year new student leaders in campus activities step into posts
of responsibility. Perhaps your turn will be next. The motto over the
stage in our old auditorium was "Striving is Arriving." We all want to
preserve the worthy campus traditions of Van Nuys High School.
GEORGE W. CLARK.
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l'it'lIlI0lIlil'.V,' Bl rs. Ralston, llonif' l'il'fHI0lI1!t'.V,' Bliss Uearclorff, SI'!l'!ll'l',' Blrs. Nicholson,
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tlI11.vii',' Bliss lionc, Pllysiro! liI!lIl'flf!0I!,' Blr. Hanson. liomtioiza! f1yl'!t'll!fllI'l',' Bliss
Smith, l'f11y!i.v!1,' Blrs. VVzn'tl, Sofia! Sf11r!ir.v,' Bliss Young, llllllfllf'lIlIlfit'.V,' Bliss lieough,
l'!1y.vii'r1! l'ill'Il!'lIfi0IIf Blix Rnnmlsvoltlg Blrs. Bartlett, Jrf: Bliss Swartz. .irff Blrs.
liornlvn, Sofia! S!l!lI!I'3',' Blrs. Sprague, Holm' I'l!'UlI0lIl!l'5,' Blrs. Hahn, Sofia! Silzflivx.
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HE Senior High School Board of Control
is composed of the officers of the Student Body and
representatives of all major organizations of the
The lloard meets once each week at which time
matters concerning the welfare of the school are
thoroughly discussed and recommendations made to
The Student Body finances are administered
through this Board.
All school enterprises both small and great must
have the approval of the Board of Control before
being put into operation in the school. It is really
the governing body of the school.
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N the fall of 1937 the Citizenship Credit
Board was organized for the purpose of assisting the
boys and girls of Van Nuys High School to govern
The Citizenship Credit Board is not strictly a
discipline board, but rather an advisory board whose
duty it is to meet and counsel with those students
who have violated some rule of the school, in the
hope of arousing within the student a higher regard
for law and order and a keener sense of loyalty to
Van Nuys High School.
A student begins each semester with 100 citizen-
ship credits. From these credits various amounts
are deducted by the Citizenship Credit Board if the
student is found guilty by the board. The board is
composed of Seniors and is assisted by lylr. Stewart.
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PUNSORED by lllr. Clark the Senior Boys' League has just completed two
successful semesters. This last semester a school handbook was started, under the
auspices of the Boys' League. which is to contain the important phases of school life,
and will particularly aid students who are new to the school. The Boys' League was
also very helpful in putting over the school carnival held on lway 6th, by running
refreshment booths, and organizing the show held on the athletic field and the dance
that night in the gym.
First semester officers were: Prefsidrni, Bud Gautschig Iji!'l'-Pfl'SiIlFl1f, Bob Ry-
nearsong Swrfflary-'llre11xurf'r, jack West.
Second semester officers were: Prexirlfnl, Hill lllurphyg Virf'-Prrfsizlmzt, Carl
Haxterg Srrrfflzzry-Trfffzxzzrw-, Bob Rynearson.
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HE Senior High Girls' League has been a long standing organization. Its
purpose is to create finer women and better fellowship with one another. Under the
capable leadership of Bliss VVhittlesey, the League participated in many activities such
as the Thanksgiving Drive, Doll Drive at Christmas, lylother and Daughter Banquet.
These were Completed the first semester. The second semester included a Candy Sale,
Fashion Show, Carnival Booth, and Girls' Play Day in co-ordination with the G. A. A.
Ufheers for the year were: Pwxizlwzis, llliriam Taft, lylarjorie Campbellg Vin'-
Prexizlvnix, Betty lwiller, Juanita Basfordg Srfrrelaries, lwarjorie Campbell, Flora -lane
Christoffersong Trmsurers, Pat lXIoore, Irene VVillianisg ClUlllll1iA'.Vi0Ill'f of Entertain-
ment, Nlargaret Cadenhead, Louise VVayneg Sofia! Clmirmrn, Virginia Wylie, Betty
Noyes: lloxfwifrzlity, Louise Way'i1e. Helen Keller: Sofia! Service, Corrine ilue, Thelma
Sukeforthg Sfrorrxnzrirzslzifw, Elizabeth Davis, Gene Pageg Przpzw. Betty hlillerg Art,
Betty Snyder, lwargaret Smithg Floieer and Thoughi. Irene Williaiiis. lllargaret
Ubegig Srlmo! Beautiful, lVIarj0rie Campbell, Eleanor Abbey.
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ONSTANT contact with practical business office routine for students in this
group is the aim of Nlr. Thomas, Student Body Manager. This routine embraces
sales of store merchandise, tickets to all athletic events and assemblies, class collections
for sweaters, pins, etc., candy sales, cash make-up, bookkeeping. typing. stenography,
time keeping, and filing.
Taken mostly from Office Practice Classes, these students get practical experience
which helps them in obtaining positions in business offices after they graduate.
llfembers of this year's Office Force: E. Abbey, NI. Heaman, A. Brash. B.
Browning, E. Clark, L. Dean, F. DeArmand, H. Erickson, A. Halfen, T. Haley,
A. Hofman, G. Kari, NI. Klebenstein. D. Kohloff, R. lVIcDullie, V. hlartinez, sl.
Blaurer, R. Kilwinski, S. lylerrill, B. Noyes, P. Penman. D. O'Sullivan, R. Rynear-
son, li. Stahl, R. Stebbins, A. Thomas, Student Body fl'I!llI!lgf'l',' H. Van Usdol, G.
Varney, lkfr. NI. L. Weil, and l. Zellers.
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HE Presidents' Council consists of the -Iunior High president and other
Student-body officers and the presidents of the junior High Social Living classes.
junior High problems are discussed at the meeting held every two weeks at rotated
periods. Through the Council's efforts the students have acquired a feeling of re-
sponsibility in self-government. They have organized the Cafeteria Cadets, have
encouraged conduct in the auditorium, and are now working on a system to improve
the order in the halls. They actively support projects of the Boys' and Girls' Leagues.
and sponsor a booth at the school carnival.
With the aid of lVIrs. Barton, the sponsor, the Council is ever striving to make
junior High students feel that they have a very definite share in the privileges and
responsibilities of Van Nuys High School.
Officers of the year were: Prexiflrnt, Arthur james, Billy Hubbardg l'i4'r-Pre'yi-
dents, Dorothy Dixon, Elmer Olson, Ruth Taft, Hob -Ionesg Program Clmirmen.
Helen Roche, Jean Prescottg Secretary-Treasurers, Ruth Taft, -Ianie Sander: Ser-
gemzlx, Carolyn Cornitius, .lanie Sanders, .lack Clark, Yukio Hino, john Boswell,
Esther Arnold, and john Boswell,
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HE junior High Girls' League includes all the girls of the junior High
School. Its purpose is the fostering of friendliness among the girls and the encouraging
of a spirit of unselfish service within the school and towards those outside that need
A representative from each social living class is elected by her group to the central
cabinet. She is the hostess for her group and assists the guidance ofhce in making new
girls feel happily at home in this school. The cabinet meets with the executive board
when important items of business need to be discussed.
The executive board is composed of a president, vice-president, Secretary-treasurer,
historian, commissioner of entertainment, and five committee heads. This board looks
after the details of the League duties.
Officers for this year were: Fall term, Dorothy Dixon, pre.videnf,' Kathryn Wal-
bridge, joanne Loventhal, Ruth Shafer, Martha Kehl, Lorraine Romero, Emily Clarke,
Pauline Shepard, Betty jane Dibley, Virginia Sanders.
Officers for the spring term Were: Ruth Taft, jrresizlenh Betty Langelow, lylary
Louise Gautschi, Carolyn Cornitius, Nlartha Kehl, Emily Clark. Barbara lrland,
jackie Graham, joanne Loventhal, Claudia Bishop.
Ruth Taft Dorothy Dixon
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HE Boys' League is an organization to which all the -lunior'High boys
belong. There are representatives elected or appointed from each social living class in
the junior High School. They meet before school every other Thursday morning to
discuss different problems. The Boys' Vice-President when elected by the junior High
boys automatically becomes President of the Boys' League and Captain of the Junior
The Executive Board is elected by the representatives from the social living
classes. The League is now working on the problem of trying to send a representative
to San Francisco to the Red Cross Convention Nlay 2nd to May Sth.
Present officers are: President, Bob -lonesg Vive-President, Charles Nafieg Sevre-
tary, Bob Slaterg Treasurer, William lvlillerg Program Chairnum, Vergil Stultsg
Faeulty Sponsor, Mr. Roose. There are 33 representatives from the social living
Bob JODCS Elmer Olson
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E are the largest graduating
class to pass through the portals of Van Nuys
High School. Having successfully nego-
tiated the first six years of our scholastic
careers, we enrolled as scrubs in Van Nuys
High School in 1932. The next six years
were filled with happiness and sadness, which
were in turn surmounted by the elation of
accomplishment. We saw the death of the
old Administration building and the Fine Arts
building. and in their places rose the new
Administration building and the Donna H.
Hubbard Auditorium, dedicated to our be-
loved principal, Nliss Donna Hubbard. Then
came the Classroom building, the Girls' Gym,
and the splendid bleachers on Smith Field.
As Senior A's we enjoyed a breakfast, a
beach party, and a dance, as class activities.
Vesper was given by the Glee Club on Sun-
day before graduation. Our commencement
exercises were held on Smith Field on the
afternoon of june 23. Our sweaters were in
beige with chocolate brown buttons and em-
blems. Four people were accorded the honor
of Ephebians, Monte Steadman, Kay Stahl,
Frederick Gautschi, and Cedric Blake. Class
officers were: Pr1'xia'enf, -lay Dewireg Vire-
Presidfnt, Pat lVIooreg Secretary, Bette
Lumley: Treasurer, Cedric Blake.
We, the Summer '38 Class, are proud to announce that ke have the largest num-
ber of Ephebians ever to be chosen from a graduating class. The class chose Frederick
Gautschi, Kay Stahl, Monte Steadman, Cedric Blake, James Kirkpatrick, Robert
Rynearson, John Wardlaw, and Scott Brandon as their candidates from the 2011 of
the class highest in scholarship. The faculty upheld the judgement of the class by
selecting the Ephebians from the eight candidates selected by the class. The four
chosen were Frederick Gautschi, Kay Stahl, Monte Steadman, and Cedric Blake.
The choice was based upon' outstanding scholarship and outstanding leadership. Each
one has left behind marks at which others may aim.
Seniors at Van Nuys High School have been this year, as in years previous, most
fortunate' to have as their class advisors such capable, patient, and kind-hearted teachers
as Miss Hazel Young, Miss Annis Smith, Miss Alle Robinson, and Miss Ethel Clark.
The former two acted as advisors to the Summer class while the latter two did
likewise for the winter class.
Miss Young during the year was a member of the mathematics department, was
co-sponsor of the Senior Scholarship Society and senior guidance director. Miss Smith
is of the English department and the other sponsor of the Senior Scholarship Society.
Miss Robinson teaches and trains public speakers, while Miss Clarke is the head of
the English department. '
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ELEANOR ABBEY, girls' league cabinet, G. A. A., drama, sports, HAGOP ALEXANIAN, Hi-Y,
letterman's club, A B C track, glee club, BETTY AMUNSON, drama, girls' league, badminton,
archery, LEROY BALL, safety commission, letterman's club, football, track, JUANITA BAS-
FORD, vice-president of girls' league, science club, G. A. A., world friendship, BETTY BEALE,
G. A. A., MARCIA BEAMAN, G. A. A., program chairman of Tri-Y, WILLIS BEATTY,
board of control, boys' league, B C track, B football, DORIS BINFORD, president of freshman
class at former school, a capella choir, sports, CEDRIC BLAKE, ephebian, president and vice-
president of Hi-Y, vice-president and treasurer of glee club, class treasurer, senior A editor of
annual, RUTH BOLICK, spanish club, G. A. A., Tri-Y, glee club, SCOTT BRANDON,
president of student body, yell leader, Hi-Y, gym team, letterman's club, BETTY BROWNING,
Tri-Y, girls' league, MORTON BROWNSON, lieutenant of R. O. T. C., oflicers club, RUBY
BRUBAKER, G. A. A., Tri-Y, drama, archery, KENNETH BURR, gym team, band, JIMMIE
BUTTERS, student talent, spring play, tennis team, ALEX CAMPBELL, MARJORIE CAMP-
BELL, president of girls' league, G. A. A., Tri-Y, Spanish club, MARION CATALDE, G. A.
A., Tri-Y, EVELYN CHAPMAN, glee club, art club, allied youth, drama, FLORA JANE
CHRISTOFFERSON, girls' league secretary, G. A. A. board, treasurer and social chairman of
Tri-Y, spanish club, VINCENT CIFARELLI, letterman's club, B football, track, EARL
CLARK, R. O. T. C., projection crew, officers' club, CATHERINE CONNELL, president of
masquer's club, allied youth, glee club, girls' league, ROBERT COUGHTREE, letterman's club,
A and B football, track, VIRGINIA COUGHTRIE, girls' league, JEAN CUSSON, president of
girls' glee club, G. A. A. board, science club, French club, NANCY DAVIES, debate club, allied
youth, sports, ELIZABETH DAVIS, president of a cappella choir, girls' league board, LELAND
DAVIS, scholarship, MARY JANE DAVIS, LAVERTA DEAN, girls' league representative,
G. A. A., junior board of control, student store, FRANCES DE ARMOND, G. A. A., girls'
league, student body store, MATILDA DEICEG, spanish club, drama, MARY DE MONTE,
WAYNE DE VORE, olficers club, latin club, prejection crew, a cappella choir, JAY DE WIRE,
president of senior class, A basketball, boys' league, Hi-Y, MARIANNA DOTTORE,
MARTHA DOWLING, debate club, junior girls' league cabinet, a cappella choir, glee club,
HELEN ERICKSON, G. A. A. board, Tri-Y, girls' league cabinet, girls' sports, MARJORIE
ETIENNE, science club, literature chairman of allied youth, scholarship society, world friend-
ship, BILL FAHNSTROM, R. O. T. C., oflicers club, projection crew, JIM FLEMMING, B
football, A B C track, spanish club, ETHEL FOXALL, girls' league, G. A. A., Tri-Y, AU-
GUST FRANQUELL, radio, stage crew, JASON FREUDIGER, future farmers, HAROLD
FRIEBURG, boys' league cabinet, basketball, Hi-Y, president of junior high student body,
CAMILLES GAINEY, glee club, scholarship society, world friendship, G. A. A., FREDERICK
GAUTSCHI, ephebian, editor and associate editor of the annual, president and secretary of boys'
league, Hi-Y, president of debate club, letterman's club, world friendship, WILLIAM GENTER,
officers' club, football, track, BILL GILCREASE, senior play, spanish club, advanced drama,
scholarship, KATHRYN GILLESBY, drama, ALICE GILLIE, FLORA GOESCHL, a cappella
choir, art club, G. A. A., sports, JERALD GRANNELL, A football, tennis, baseball, Hi-Y,
ANNA GREEN, president of art club, puppet club, NORMAN GRUDT, Menomie High two
years, THELMA HALEY, THEO HALEY, A B basketball, A track, let'terman's club, member
of southern conference basketball team, ANABEL HALFEN, glee club, allied youth, spanish
club, drama club, senior and spring plays, HELEN LOUISE HAMILTON, G. A. A. secretary,
Tri-Y, FRANK HAMPTON, Hi-Y, track, football, golf, JUNE HARRIS, vice-president of
Tri-Y, vice-president of art club, world friendship, allied youth, JACK HESSING, A football,
baseball, glee club, letterman, ALLAN HOLMES, A B basketball, KENNETH HOMER,
BETTY HOWELL, orchestra, SUE HUSS, puppet club, BETTYLEE HUSSEY, glee club,
spanish club, G. A. A., Tri-Y, JIMMIE JOHNSON, Hi-Y, debate club, world friendship, spring
play, BOBBY JONES, A track, gym club, public speaking, CHRISTINE KAEHLER, world
friendship, allied youth, EARLENE KARR, girls' league, MARGARET KAY, lettergirl, glee
club, girls' league, latin club, HELEN KELLER, C. C. B., girls' league cabinet, secretary-
treasurer of debate club, treasurer of allied youth, VVARREN KENNEDY, A B football, captain
of A golf, Hi-Y, A B track, KEITH KERR, R. O. T. C., band, RAY KILWINSKI, board of
control, student body treasurer, R. O. T. C., PAUL KINZER, treasurer of future farmers, A B
football, art club, A B track, JIM KIRKPATRICK, Hi-Y, captain of the R. 0. T. C., scholar-
ship, business manager of annual, MARIE KLEBENSTINE, G. A. A. board, girls' sports editor,
world friendship, Spanish club, WILLIAM KNOLL, scholarship society, allied youth, R. O. T.
C., track, MARVIN KOHLER, Denmark high, DAYTON KOHLHOFF, A B C track, B C
KK 29 XD
basketball, glee club, tennis, ANNA MARIE KUHMLEIN, art club, KEITH KERR, R. O.
T. C., band, VVILL E. LAMBERT, basketball, captain golf team, letterman's club, stage crew
manager, MILDRED LAUER, spanish club, G. A. A., Tri-Y, CLIFTON LE BARON, CARL
LE WAN, safety committee, gym team, glee club, boys' league cabinet, ELIZABETH LEWIS,
G. A. A., Tri-Y, girls' league, press club, LOWELL LAUESEN, president allied youth, glee club,
science club, "The Good Egg" senior play, BETTER LUMLEY, divisional vice-president Los
Angeles Press Assn., lettergirl, song leader, vice-president G. A. A., PATRICIA MANNING,
president science club, G. A. A., latin club, girls' league cabinet, ED MARKEY, R. O. T. C.,
DANIEL MARTINEZ, A B track, B football, art, drama, JACK MAURER, Hi-Y, treasurer
world friendship, letterman's club, glee club, LEO S. MELLEIN, track, MARJORIE MERRILL,
a cappella choir, scholarship society, spanish club, puppet club, SAMUEL MERRILL, VIR-
GINIA MILLS, ,Hamilton high school Tri-YJ, badminton, LOUISE FLOY MODLIN, girls'
league, BETTY MONIOT, secretary french club, badminton, G. A. A., MARGIE MONT-
SINGER, art club, latin club, girls' league, PAT MOORE, vice-president senior A class, G.
A. A. board, lettergirl, girls' advisory council, JOHN MOUTES, A B track, A B football,
lettermen's club, C track, board of control, WILLIAM B. MULHOLLAND, latin club,
ROBERT MERLE MYERS, B track and B football at Manual Arts High, HERMINA NEU-
BURGER, G. A. A., Tri-Y, girls' league, DON O'SULLIVAN, editor of Mirror, lieutenant of
R. O. T. C., snapshot editor of annual, secretary of glee club, EMMET PARKER, A football,
drama, future farmers, RUTH PARKER, a cappella choir, girls' league, G. A. A., Tri-Y,
HELEN PETERSON, girls' league, art club, a cappella choir, WILLIAM PICARD, baseball,
french club, collectors' club, MARION PINNELL, ARTHUR PLATH, R. O. T. C., a cappella
choir, art club, scholarship society, MERCEDES PONCE, girls' league, GEORGE RAD-
MACHER, future farmers, ALLAN RATTERY, tennis, latin club, AUDREY RAYMOND,
president Tri-Y, G. A. A., captain senior basketball, glee club, CARLTON RHOE, R. O. T. C.,
future farmers, CLOYD RHOE, R. O. T. C., future farmers, DOROTHY ROSENBLUM, art
club, Tri-Y, french club, puppet club, ARTHUR ROBERTS, B basketball, letterman's club,
SHIRLEE RUSSEL, Tri-Y, senior orchestra, FOREST SARFF, Jr., senior high guards KE. R.
H. SJ, EDITH SCHOCK, G. A. A., latin club, scholarship society, spanish club, ROY RY-
NEARSON, vice-president and secretary boys' league cabinet, vice-president Hi-Y, science club,
A B C basketball and track, WARREN SEARS, Jr., boys' league, Hi-Y, gym team, vice-president
world friendship club, EDITH SEWARD, G. A. A., Tri-Y, baseball, basketball, WAYNE
SEWVARD, spanish club, WILLIAM SHAFER, CAROL SHAEFER, girls' league, MARY
ALICE SHEAFOR, G. A. A., latin club, DAVID SMITH, John Marshall High, R. O. T. C.,
class A track, glee club, DOLORES SMITH, prep dance committee, world friendship, glee club,
science club, ORVILLE D. SMITH, A B C track, lettermen's club, glee club, senior play,
GORDON SORTOMME, A track, captain R. O. T. C. at Tucson, Arizona, glee club, a cappella
choir, JOHN STAHL, world friendship, basketball, stage crew, art club, KATHERINE STAHL,
ephebian, president G. A. A., secretary student body, treasurer girls' league, lettergirl, MONTE
GREGG STEADMAN, Jr., ephebian, A B football, A C track, gym club, president Hi-Y,
president world friendship, president latin club, DONALD STEWART, ANNE STRACHAN,
BERNARD STOLLE, RICHARD SUTHERLAN, EVANS TALIAFERRO, officers' club, glee
club, JEAN THORSEN, glee club, Tri-Y, WALTER TILFORD, gym team, R. O. T. C., glee
club, letterman's club, JESS SCOTT TOWNSEND, gym team, safety department, letterman's
club, french club, FRANCES TWICHELL, ring chairman of Tri-Y, HAZEL NADINE VAN
OSDAL, representative speaker for N. S. G. VV. contest, GLORIA VOYDA, president world
friendship, head prep dance committee, lettergirl, science club, DICK WALKER, ROBERT
WALKER, tennis, basketball, PATRICIA WARD, president world friendship, vice-president
junior girls' league, vice-president allied youth, lettergirl, JOHN RICHARDSON WARDLAW,
Jr., C. C. B., prep dance committee, scholarship society, world friendship, WILLIAM WARREN
WATTS, HORTENSE WEBSTER, science club, debate club, ELEANORE WEISENFREUND,
drama club, senior play, G. A. A., spring play, VVESLEY WELLS, president glee club, safety
commission, debate club, EUGENE WHITE, senior and spring play, glee club, masquers club,
MARY JANE WILLITS, girls' league, FAIN WILLIAMS, A track, letterman's club, debate
club, B football, GEORGE WILLIAM YEAGER, A B track, officers' club, letterman's club,
wrestling, VIRGINA WYLIE, G. A. A., girls' league, Spanish club, JIM ZASTRA, A basket-
ball, A track, A golf, letterman's club.
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'39'ers entered these walls of
knowledge three years ago. Participating in
school activities, and indulging most deeply in
studies, we mighty Seniors are ever-nearing the
climax of our High School career. After this
golden height of achievement under the care-
ful and understanding guidance of lvliss Hub-
bard and the faculty of Van Nuys High
School, we will follow the crusade of youth
forward. The momentous day of our recog-
nition in the auditorium when we fall in step
to receive our diplomas will be witnessed by
all. We had our first class meeting in Jan-
uary, 1938, to discuss class pictures for our
Annual and Senior sweaters. With much
argument and enthusiasm the Class at the end
of their Senior B year blossomed out in a
sensational array of flashing royal blue sweat-
ers with white buttons and emblems. Class
officers are: Presizlcnf, Alby Thomas, Vire-
Prmizlwzl, Jean lierggreng SI't'!'l'fIIfj', Gordon
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NEDRA ATTIX, world friendship, allied youth, spanish club, G. A. A., CARL B. BAXTER,
Hi-Y, football, board of control, vice-president boys' cabinet, JEAN BERGGREN, Tri-Y, treas-
urer senior B, vice-president G. A. A. board, lettergirl, GEORGE R. BROWN, officers' club,
sergeant R. O. T. C., ARLINE BURTON, Tri-Y chaplain, lettergirl, spanish club, G. A. A.,
MILTON CHERRY, gym club, science club historian, Hi-Y, scholarship secretary, JEAN
CRAMER, french club, ROBERT F. COLE, B basketball, spanish club, PATRICIA DAUGH-
ERTY, lettergirl, annual staff, world friendship, masquer's secretary, GORDON A. FISK, Jr.,
student body president, officers' club, A-B track, A-B football, GEORGE FOOTE, A football,
art club, KATHLEENE FOX, sports, DAISY MARIE FRACHTLING, band, orchestra, span-
ish club, a cappella choir, EARL GILLESPIE, french club, CLYDE GOLDNER, R. O. T. C.
rifle team, MAURICE GORDON, safety club, treasurer social class, advertising manager,
HOWARD PLATT GRANGER, band, orchestra, president's council, spanish club, VIRGINIA
GRANGER, spanish club, ROBERT GRANELL, A-B football, A-B-C track, letterman's club,
mirror sports editor, ALICE JEAN GRANT, Tri-Y, glee club, world friendship, BERNARD
GROVER, president spanish club, B football-basketball, B-C track, Hi-Y, ED HEIMAN, A
tennis, A football, A-B track, vice-president science club, TEXAS INWOOD, tennis club, spanish
club, DOROTHY JUE, junior girls' league president, Tri-Y, debate president, G. A. A. treas-
urere, spanish club secretary-treasurer, VIVIAN KEMPLEY, Tri-Y secretary, G. A. A., CLIF-
FORD KRIEG, football, A track, F. F. A., HERBERT LASSEN, gym club, debate club, schol-
arship, B track, THOMAS LAUGHLIN, gym club, latin club, scholarship, science club, AI'S-
WELL LONGSHORE, boys' cabinet, A-B track, B football, letterman's club, EDVVARD
LOOMIS, tennis club, world friendship, scholarship, ED MAILHES, B football, boys junior high
cabinet, le'tterman's club, JACK MANI, track, handball, PAULINE MAUS, glee club, G. A. A.,
Tri-Y, drama, HAROLD HAYS MCCLURE, R. O. T. C., mirror staff, oH'icers' club, RYBY
MCDUFFIE, Tri-Y, glee club, G. A. A., mirror staff, WILLARD MCKELLEP, R. O. T. C., A
track, football, BARBARA MOORE, sports, HELEN MOYNIHAN, G. A. A., drama, BETTIE
NOYES, G. A. A., lettergirl, com, of entertainment-social chairman of girls' league, GENE-
VIEVE PAGE, G. A. A. board, girls' league cabinet, G. A. A. yell leader, lettergirl, FLOYD
PAGGI, A-Bi football, letterman's club, PATRICIA M. PENMAN, Tri-Y service chairman,
allied youth, scholarship, world friendship treasurer, HAROLD BURTON PERKINS, boys'
league, A-B football, B basketball, A-B-C track, ARTHUR PETERS, football, handball,
LAUREL H. PHIPPS, officers' club, vice-president of junior high student body, scholarship,
MAY POST, Tri-Y, world friendship secretary, allied youth, KENNETH POWLESLAND,
treasurer scholarship, secretary science club, president latin club, R. O. T. C., officers' club,
GERALD K. RASMUSSENN, R. O. T. C., WILLIAM A. REHART, R. O. T. C., officers' club,
sergeant R. O. T. C., ROLLIN REINECK, glee club, B-C track, gym club, HOVVARD
ROBBINS, science club, Hi-Y, tennis club, gym club, JIM RUMSEY, track, band, french club,
EDNA SANDERS, latin club, RAY SCOTT, baseball team, ROBERT SKETCHLEY, F. F. A..
A basketball, A track, BETTY SMITH, G. A. A., asst. editor mirror, spanish club, girls' league
cabinet, FRANK SMITH, latin club, B football, spanish club, B-C track, MARGARET
SMITH, Tri-Y, mirror staff, spanish club, glee club, ERNIE STEBBINS, glee club, Hi-Y, A-B
track, letterman's club, JACK STEINBRENNER, sports editor of mirror, track team, football
team, PAUL STINE, french club, 'THELMA SUKEFORTH, G. A. A., spanish club, girls'
league cabinet, lettergirl, MARY SWARENS, Tri-Y chaplain, G. A. A. yell leader, spanish
club, lettergirl, JO SYKES, allied youth, DONALD TASKER, gym team, latin club, science
club, glee club, ALBERT THOMAS, Hi-Y, tennis team, letterman's club, C track, DOROTHY
TURNER, lettergirl, science club, G. A. A. board, scholarship, EDWIN TYLER, A-B football,
secretary of Hi-Y, A-B-C- track, gym club, LUCILE UI-IRIG, Tri-Y, GORDON VARNEY,
Hi-Y, A track, B football, glee club, EUGENE H. WALKER, handball, a cappella choir,
LOUISE WAYNE, secretary of student body, Tri-Y secretary, lettergirl, com. of entertainment
of girls' league, CURTIS WILHOYTE, french club, gym club, IRENE VVILLIAMS, lettergirl,
Tri-Y, band, girls' league treasurer, THOMAS WRIGHT, french club.
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Top rofw: Apsan, Burgess,
Brunskell, Brunner, Bier-
hamer, Borman, Borchard,
Srrond rofw: Boller, Callen,
Alexanian, Ayouh, Arthur,
Bacon, Brahm, Ba uer.
Third rofw: Anderson. Allen,
Boulanger, Bunger, Ballard,
Albrecht, Coffman, Davis.
Fourlh rofw: Camphell, Ford,
Dumelle. Crow, Dunn, Cox,
Fifth rn-wi Chivivis, Cox,
Cornituis, Cholakian, Farns-
worth, Cooper, Darling, Gu-
Six!!! rofw: lloessig, Gautschi,
Guillon, Gendron, Hale,
Grahm, Fuller, Grudt.
Srwrnlll rofw: Hart, Copelin,
Glascock. Crowe, Godley,
Hohenlield, Harris, Hilton.
l:'ig1l1tl1 ro-ua' Gisler, Guenther,
Howell, Johnson, Huie, John-
son, Harden, Harmon.
Ninth rofw: Ingalls, Hamil-
ton, hlacohs, johnson, Huylar,
Inman, Howland, Jennings.
Tl'Vlf,l ro-'wi Jones, jones,
johnson, jones, Lund, Loeher,
11-lfQ'f'lIlh rofu.'.' Keely, leardo,
Kelly, Maille, Long, Laxaque,
U12 er assmelz
Tnfv rnfw: Jones, Killion,
Loori, Keyszir, March, MC-
fiuire, Meek, Mzivlnnis.
Sl'l'0Ilzf rofw: Mcfzihe. Mille-
non. Myers, Nzvrie. Nzifsgnr
Mnephfile, Meiilusson, and
Third rofw: Moore. M1lChAYll-
linm'1s. Moore. Maurer, Mc'-
Dzxniels, Martinez, Rirh, :ind
l"f1urtf1 rnfw: Swunclers, Roh-
hins. l7eRush. Sanrlell, Mitz-
ncr, Roots, Sapp, Rohertson.
Fiflh row: Russel Rivvitelli,
Powers. Norris, Priee, Russel,
.S'i.1:ff1 rrrw: Philpott. Ohegi,
Pulhmnn. Thom. Sutton,
Shaw, Snyder, Silvius.
Sl'i'l'llfll roac: Sneerl, Scott,
Slucler, Slosson. Smith, Stolle,
Eirlfllll rnfwf Thorson, Tet!-
Intf, Schamhers. Steiner. Stam-
mers, Stokes, VVnison, Vvright.
Aiillffl rnfwf Zellers. Thornton,
VVells, Vurick. Veghte. VVind-
higler, Ambrose, Bennett.
Trnlfl f0'LL'.' Allen Allington,
Boecker, f'ru'n. Cox, Arnold,
Ifl1'q'H1If1 roms: Davis, Uetter-
ick, Falenger, Peterson. Fat'-
tor, Douglierty, Feirful, :incl
Tfwflfflz rrmx: Fisk, Flores,
Rankel, Uilwhs, Hall.
Thirtffnllz ro-us: Ferrero,
Fujihnra, Fox, Gear, Luther,
1.1-veen, jones, Kari.
F01H'fl'I'!lf!l rofuz' qlones, Heml-
ley, Hellmuch, Johnson, Hart-
wick. Herrold, Mather, and
Top rnqc: Kohy, I,aRnek,
Lindley, Koster, Knudsnn,
Pedraga, Mzmnders, Reeves
Nm 1111.1 rrmc: MeYieker, Nan-
ney. Merrill. Pngue, Mitchell,
Melntyre, Mitchell, Pagnette.
Tflirtl' rnzc: Metlnrd, Naka-
mura, Pruess, Moore, Priee,
Ultman, Nelson, Mosher.
Four!!! rnfw: Seharv, Vander-
Mass, Turner, Sehumacker,
YVard, Shaprn, Schneider,
Fifth r'rm,:.' Stehlwins, Smith,
Tucker, Spicer, Swift, Tu-
lanian, Slueum, VVallaer.
Sixlll l'0qL'.' Xvhite, Rnhertmn.
Berglngg. Abel, Amhnrrl,
Beamin, Baxter, Ba rthulnmew.
xt'i'f'!If11 rofux' Ahhey, Bull,
Beach, Bierkamp, Aikins,
Bartholomew, Bakke, Bisehnff-
Iiigflllh rflftcf Anderson, Ahern
Anermn, Arrington, Bevis,
Attex, Brunner, Boyle.
Ninffz rofw: Buyer, Cline,
Bowles, Cassell, Clark, Boyn-
tun, Brawh, Brush.
T4'lIl1l rnfux' Bradley, Burton,
famarillo, Bullock, Doleshal
Dendy, Fvans, Ifilertsen.
l:'lffz'1'l1Ih rnfux' Dean Ureaeh-
er, Cripps, Daniela, Dawson,
Cnlmer, Dee, lil kins.
Tmcrlfih rnfzc: lifter, Hansen,
Fender, Friztzel, Hanna,
Fales, Uhighlia, France.
Tlfirlwwnllf rnfuz' Hammer,
Falenger, Grant, Gibson, Far-
rell, Finger, Farnswortlt,
Fnilrlt-wlllff ro-1:3 Uledhil l,
Fitzgerald, Knoll, llugheS.
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lieithly, Hayashi, lliltnn,
.N'f'm11.1 roac: llauna, Iiaster,
Holmes, -lanetzky, llomes
llalliuger, Alensen, jones.
Tlzini rnux' Harmon, llulw-
lward, Fraley, Kesner, lN1cC'ul-
lan, Mahoney, Martin, Layne.
Fourth rom: Lansing, Lewis,
Lamoud, Mann, Kygar,
Mathews, Lynch, Lionlwarger.
Fifth roms: McFadden, Mc-
Duflie, lN1CFarlen, Mann,
Lnvekin. Maelnnis, McCann,
Sixfll l'0fLL'.' Mani, Mefnmbs,
McMann, Rados, McMurphy,
Palmer, O'Sullivan, Milford.
Sr-'vrlilfz row: Mohler, Fran-
sen, Mills, Pearson, Molidor
Neimoyer, Meyers, Montes.
hliflflffl rofw: Mnrama ren,
U'Halloran, Owens, Moran
Myers, Pease, Scott, Perkins.
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Pierson, Pherson, Reeser, Pe-
terson, Rynea rson, Richa rds.
Twnfll rorux' Russell, Russel,
Richter, Santellono, Pickering,
Rust, Russel, Picard.
lilrfz'1'11Il1 rofw: Shaffer, Stam-
mers, Stremstirfer, VVest
Sliester, Smith, Silk, VVills.
Tfwf'lfIl1rrm,::.' Sherman, Stroh,
VVilson, Tentler, Snodgrass
VVagner, Stzlchowieh, Siseo.
Tl1i1'1r1'l1If1 rofwi Taylor
Tobey, Taylor, YVendt, Storey
Zozt, VVright, Vvuest.
I'v01ll'fl'l'lIfll 1'nfu'.' Zearlin, Yu-
rosek, XVithrow, Zerlwone
VVilliams, VanAlstien, Vhrl
Tnjv rims: VVylie, Zzlstre, VVitt
YVoolfe, Honey, Burkhart
.S'nrn1.I l'01L'.' Brandt, Beroiz
Uzirdozai, Arp, C':1rnin:u'k.
Blanton, Anning, Card:-nas, ' -
Tlfiril rufau' lluequet, F1ll'I'Cl'
C'ooper, Genslwurg, Christof-
fersen, Froliek, clillllllilf
Fflllffll rnqc.' Davey, Fry
Coleman C'hristopher, Goode-
now, Clifford, Prone, Freu-
Fifllf rofu:.' Dixon, Dihhey,
Doran, Fuller, Iivanson, Ilzlr-
Cllr, Hamlet, james.
Sixllz rvrw: Hussey, Urissell
Lnvelle, Benn, Guillon, Kirk-
hulf, Grover, I,nsl1er.
St"'L'l'!lffl rofw: Loori, Lowman
Hans, Kohut, Imhach, Hig-
ley, Al nmes, Killam.
Ififlllfll rolw: Iluntsmnn
Jameson, Merril, Odell
Neelv, Parsons, MCV:1x', Kul-
Ninlll rofw: Neighbors, Mosh-
er, Kollett, Morgan, Naudack
Parr, Mehterino, Ordelmundt.
Tenth rnfw: Olsen, Olstead
Sears, Sanchez, Ryan, Rich-
ardson, Rutledge, Shapro.
Iilr1'1'ntl1 rn-rw: Romero, San-
ders, Rosenberg, Singlaulm,
Ross, Becica, Rogers, Ross.
Tfwflffli rofw: Roche, Shep-
ard, Sisson, Pruess, Seal
XVheeler, Lykes, Smellen.
T,lil'fl'1'Ilf1l rofw: Smith, VVill-
ams, Stahl, Baldwin, VVerner
Stine, Vandei-Mass, Simpson
Fnurfrrzilll rofw: Smith, Yu-
rosek, VVindette, Sturgeon
VanOsdol, YVallvridge, Tay-
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Bishovich, Bolender, Boswell.
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Fasterday, Gihhs, Foster,
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lfigllllll rrzlux' Favtor, Festner,
Davis, Dell, Foulger, Heflin,
Ninth rofw: Gillette, Graham,
Godley, Gemetti, Smith, Har-
rison, Halstead, Gillespie.
Tfnih rrmc.' Hawk, Hesla,
Haskell, Gooding, Hale,
Greenberg, Handy, Handy.
Elwwlzih rn-zr: Llewellyn,
Jones, Qlennings, Kehl, lrwin,
Kennedy, Ketchum, Kester'
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lxrause. Krause. Ludlow, I.e-
fllllff, Markey, Knittle. l
.Vw-nzzd roms: Langeloh, Para-
more, Moran, Neumeier, Pat-
terson, Natie, Murphy, Pat-
Tlfirif rome: Paxton, Nedqv,
Miller, Mooney, Pacheco
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Morris. Neumeier, Peel, San-
ders, Rayburn, Rumer.
Fifllz rnfuz' Roe, Posey, Pot-
toff. Rice, Scholes, Scaife,
Xixlll rum: Schoen, Prescott,
Reyhurn. Ratterree, Qualls,
Russey, Rahn, Pierce.
.Yf'a'n1ll1 rnfuz' Reed. Prichard,
Pringle, Schultz, Turk, Van
Behher, Van lke, Stump.
liiafllh rm:-: Tinker, Slosson,
Talhot, Taft, Snodgrass,
Shaffer, Scheck, Scott.
.Yinfh func: Thompson, Svl-
vester, Smith. Sortemme,
Schultv, Smith, 'l'l1I'L'U!1C, Van
Trnlfl rnluy' Tripplet. Shen-
herd. VVehher. Zander. VVild-
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YVamnler. Vehster. VVnters,
Vurick, Young, itherell.
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man. NVildinQ VViIli:vms.
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Clarke, Boulnnger, Berry,
I-'nzzrlmlllh rulux' Burk, Tap-
low, follier. Ayouh, Bronson,
Brock, Cincca, Bridge-rs.
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Neely, Nakamura, Molina,
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Sharp, Seargeant, Seward
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00N after school had settled down to its normal swing, the Annual Staff
held its first meeting. At this meeting a theme was chosen. Since the candid camera
rage was coming in strong, and because the Annual has been criticized in the past for
its use of "outsiders" pictures, the Staff decided on "Campus Life" as a theme for this
yearls book. Instead of art work, drawing, cartoons, snapshots, and photography were
used throughout this book. This year the Annual sales contest was won by -lay Ile-
wire, who sold one hundred books.
The 1938 Staff includes: our able sponsor, Bliss IN'IcIX'IiIlang Editor-in-Chief,
Frederick Gautschig Assistant Editor, johnny Priceg Senior A Editor, Cedric Blakey
Senior I3 Editor, Dorothy .Iueg Business llanager, ,Iimmy Kirkpatrickg Assistant
Business Rlanager Billy Cornitiusg Sports Editors, Patsy Daugherty and Illonte
Steadmang Literary Editor, INIargaret Obegi: Organization hlanager, .lack llaurerg
and Snapshot Editor, Don O'SuIIivan.
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0 spread the news of the school to every student and to promote good
fellowship and friendship within the school is the main purpose of the Klirror. The
Blirror is selfhsupporting. lr is printed by the Van Nuys News and paid for by sub,
scriptions of students. All news and editorials are written hy menibers of the journal-
we 50 vw
Stall members are the Editor, Assistant Editor, News, junior High, Feature,
Boys' and Girls' Sports Editors, all of whom are selected from the 2lllV2lIlCC'll Jour-
nalism Class. The Editors for this year have been Walter' Herbst and Don O'Sullivan.
For the first time a -Iunior High journalism Class is oflerecl. News for the Junior
High page is written by this Class. Editors are Bob Brandon and lizlrbara VVinilette.
lllrs. Betts is the instructor.
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IN MY BLOOD!
RAMA classes grew in size and number this year, due perhaps to our new
auditorium, which makes it possible for students to present their work to larger
audience. In the fall a try-out was necessary to limit the junior High Class, and in
the spring two classes of junior High and two Advanced Classes were scheduled, in
addition to the usual beginning Senior High Class. Each class presented several plays
in the oral arts room to invited guests. Advanced classes gave Hve excellent produc-
tions for assembly programs. Students in the beginning classes are given foundation
work in voice training, diction, and pantomime, and each member of the class takes
part in at least one play. Advanced classes work on more finished performances for
assemblies andxalso read plays representative of the great periods in the history of
The fall Advanced Class presented the one-act comedy "The Tantrum" to both
Junior and Senior assemblies. Eugene White starred as Timmy. His' sisters, Bunny
and Paula, were played by Nedra Attix and Patsy Daugherty. The part of Cousin
Geneva was ably carried by Thelma Sukeforth. Jo Raleigh Jennings as Roger and
Pauline Maus as great Aunt Linnie completed the leads, and minor parts were played
by Bob Goodnough, Arthur Plath, Orville Smith, Violette Martinez, and Kathryn
Masquers, an Honor Dramatic group, was originated this year. Membership is
invitational and based upon scholarship in drama as well as outstanding work and
satisfactory citizenship. This new club allows outstanding students in the field to
continue work as a club after they have taken all drama courses offered. Charter
members were: Catherine Connell, president, Walteir Tilfordi Anabel Halfeng
Eleanor Weisenfreundg Eugene White, Patsy Daugherty, and Jo Raleigh Jennings.
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OR the first time in many years the Senior Class presented a three-act play.
Their choice Was the side-splitting comedy of adolescence, "A Good Egg." Eddie
Blackmon ably portrayed the part of the Good Egg, junior Clayton. Dr. and Mrs.
Clayton. his father and mother, were played by Walter Tilford and Eleanor Weisen-
freund. Margaret Allen took the part of Vivian, his sister, and Eugene White the
roll of Bumps his pal. The cast was supported by Miriam Taft, Anabel Halfen,
Agnes Gerrard, Catherine Connell, Scott Brandon, Orville Smith, Daniel Martinez,
and Bill Gilcrease.
The fall Junior High class showed their outstanding ability in their fine produc-
tion of the one-act comedy, "Yes lVIeans No," which they presented on the March
Talent Show. The cast was made up of Herant Mehterian, Johnny Sanders, Barbara
Wightman, Telma Bolender, and Leonard Rosenberg.
"Fish Cure," a one-act farce, was presented in a spring assembly by one of the
advanced classes. Margaret Obegi carried off all honors in her amusing roll of Aunt
Louisa. Bud Borchand and lVIatilda Delceg quarrelled convincingly throughout the
play. May, the cook, was ably portrayed by Araxy Alexanian.
"Babbit's Boy," a one-act comedy, was given on this same program by the other
advanced class. Lee Campbell was most convincing in his portrayal of the heavy
father. His wife, Mrs. Briggs, was done by Beverly Windbigler. Scott Brandon as
William, his song Neenah Fish as Jane, his daughter, Jane Russel as the attractive
girl friend, and Frances Perez, as the pretty maid, completed the cast.
"Big Hearted Herbert," a three-act comedy, was presented as a school play in
Nlay. The lead was carried by Jo Raleigh Jennings and jimmy Butters. Eleanor
Weisenfreund starred again in the roll of Herbert's Wife. Harry Schultz, Eugene
White, and Anabel Halfen completed the family, and june 1VIacWillia111s pleased in
her role of the Cockney maid. The cast was supported by Lowell Lauesen, Catherine
Connell, James Daugherty, John Lang, Pauline Maus, Ma1'garet Obegi, and Jimmy
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lN'Ir. Sayre succeeded in developing a group of select voices into a fine A Cappella
Choir. llflembers sang at various church and school programs. The choir, composed
of both male and female voices, concentrates on classical music written by the great
masters. Oflicers were: President, George Harden, Vice-President, lVIildred Taylor:
Secretary-Treasurer, Arthur Plath, Librarian, James Daugherty and Eugene Walker.
lyliss Wernlund, the Glee Club director for many years, was unable to be with
us this year due to ill health. Mfr. Runsvoldt was the new director, and Mrs. Minkler
the new accompanist. The Valley Festival of lN'Iusic was held at Van Nuys and the
Glee Clubs acted as hosts. They sang at the World Friendship Symposium on April 7,
and at the Vesper Services for the W'38 and S'38 classes. The oflicers were: Fall
semester: Presidents, Roy Ferguson, Agnes Gerrardg Vice-Presidents, Cedric Blake,
Ray Davis, Secretaries, Don O'Sullivan, Barbara Oltmang Treasurers, Willis Mollet,
Helen johnson, Librarians, Wesley Wells, Jean Cusson. Spring semester: Presidents.
Wesley Wells, Jean Cussong Vice-Presidents, Bob Kanaly, Camilles Gaineyg Secre-
taries, John Price, Mary Jane Brunner, Treasurers, Don Tasker, Margaret Obegig
Librarians. Orville Smith. Eleanor Weisenfreund.
Although the Senior Orchestra personnel numbered only eighteen, much pleasure
was derived from the daily rehearsals. The repertoire this year included selections
from The Showboat, Rose Marie, Irene, The Cat and the Fiddle, and The Chocolate
Soldier. Mary Vee Forrer, was concert-mistress the first semester, and Mary Ellen
Oltman served the second semester. This year Mr. Runsvoldt has directed both
Junior and Senior Orchestras. Exceptionally good progress was made by the Junior
Orchestra in the fall semester. An average of twenty-six were enrolled. Both
orchestras were heartily received at their several appearances in Hubbard Auditorium.
Appearing in resplendent new uniforms at the football games, Armistice Day
parade, Talent Assembly, Open House, Carnival, and Southern California Band and
Orchestra Festival, the band gave a good account of itself. A steady improvement in
playing ability and marching technique was noticeable. Walter Tilford proved to be
a stellar drum major. Officers were: President, LeRoy Ford, Vice-President, Lee
Palmer: Secretary, Irene Williamsg Librarians, Harry Foulger and joe Couture.
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This year's crew has been a very responsible, busy organization. It would be
hard to estimate the value of this group to the Student Body in dollars and cents.
The new scenery and platforms speak for themselves. The crew has striven manfully
to be a credit to the school and to the new auditorium. Mr. George Blake is the
The Projection Crew is a non-credit school service group sponsored by lN'Ir.
Sorber which relieves the teaching staff of the routine handling and projecting of
motion pictures for visual education as well as for entertainment of the Student Body
in assemblies. Each member must pass an examination in motion picture operation and
be licensed by its visual education department.
The objectives of the Art Club are: to encourage members to work at home in
any Held of art in which they are interested, to help in the decorations of buildings, halls
and rooms for such occasions as prep dances, school parties, open house, and holidays,
and to learn to beautify both themselves and their homes. President for the semester
is Anna Green.
With the objectives of stimulating clear thinking, inspiring reasoning, promoting
unprejudiced argumentations, and of acquiring a better knowledge of current affairs,
the Debate Club has carried on an active year under the sponsorship of lVIrs. Thias.
Aside from the many debates given by the members of this club, they have visited the
Superior Court of Los Angeles, and have enjoyed other such activities. The officers
for the year were: Presidents, Walter Herbst and Frederick Gautschig Vice-Presidents,
lklell Callan and ,lack Singlaubg Secretaries, Frances James and Helen Keller.
The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of high school boys
studying vocational agriculture. The aim of the organization is to develop citizenship,
leadership, scholarship, and co-operative effort. The purpose of the club is to "Earn
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ship banquets . . . hi-y suppers . . . prep dances . . .
thanks for the memories . . . Carnivals . . . marching
feet . . . inspections . . .
HAPTER -H, the Senior High School Scholarship Society, this semester has
a membership of seventy-five, the largest in the history of the school. This society is
composed of students who have for the past semester received four Rs three of which
are recommended. The aim of the society is to stimulate interest in individual
scholarship and school service. The ofhcers for the semester are: Elouise Boller, Presi-
dentg llilton Cherry, Secretaryg Kenneth Powlesland, Treasurer.
The junior High Honor Society is made up of those students who receive four or
more recommendations in scholarship. activity, attitude, and accomplishment. lt is
possible to get on the Honorary llention list by gaining three recommendations. To
be on the Honor Roll should be the ambition of everv student in Van Nuys junior
High School, for such membership means real leadership.
HE Dance Committee, headed by Gloria Voyda, had an unusually suc-
cessful semester. Meiiibers for the past semester were: John Wardlayv. Virginia jones,
Bob Rynearson, Pat Ward, Dolores Smith, Cedric Blake, Betty Steiner, -lay Dewire,
Ed Tyler, Louise Wayiie, Bud Gautschi, and Jimmie Butters. The students sup-
ported the dances with a high average of about two hundred and twenty at each dance.
Shamrocks, clay pipes, clovers, and even the Blarney Stone were represented at the St.
Patrick's dance, which started the semester off with a bang. A raflle was held, and as
the Annual campaign was in full swing, two free subscriptions were given away to the
two lucky winners.
The second dance was quite in accord with the theme of the day, April, but
instead of the theme being "April Fool," as every one expected, guests were surprised
by "April Foo." The "Foo" language was much in vogue, and the names of popular
dance tunes were changed to "Foo" titles and were painted on the walls, "It's Foo l'm
After," and "In the Foo of the Night." The evening was topped off with everyone
dancing the "Big Apple." VValter Tilford and his swing orchestra provided the music
for these two dances.
Hales of straw and all the barnyard animals greeted the guests at the Cotton and
Cord dance. The music was furnished by a girls' group who played square dances as
well as swing music for the enioyment of the guests. Judging by the crowd, cotton
and cords proved their popularity with the students.
The last dance of the semester drew a larger crowd than usual. This dance,
being semi-formal and the honoring the Senior Als, was an unusual treat. Everyone
was displaying his best "bib and tuckerf'
The sponsors for the dances were Coach Quinn and Coach lllargadant. Their
interest in Prep Dances was greatly appreciated by the students.
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The Hi-Y Club is a group of boys who represent the pick of the school in char-
acter, scholarship, and athletics. lflr. VVard is the sponsor. Besides being socially
active, it is a service organization. The oHicers for the two semesters were: Presidents,
lNIonte Steadman and Cedric Blake, Vice-Presidents, Cedric Blake and Robert Rynear-
song Secretaries, .lay Dewire and Ed Tyler, Treasurers, John Wardlaw and Billy
Cr! - il!
The Tri-Y's purpose is "to find and give the best." Through our activities we
discover the joy of creative living and seek to enrich our own lives and to share in the
building of our school. We also strive to promote friendship and to develop leadership
and character. Officers for the last semester were: President, Audrey Raymond, Vice-
President, Margaret Smith: Secretary, Vivian Kempleyg Treasurer, Virginia Moore.
Committee heads: Frances Twichell, Anna McCool. Jean Brunskill, and Jean Harris.
Sponsors: Mrs. Malmstedt and Mrs. Seward.
World Friendship's presidents this year were Gloria Voyda and Pat Ward. The
club is limited to forty membersg the first to apply are admitted. The aim of the club
is to do whatever they can to promote world and school friendship. The activities this
year included the Peace Symposium, City Federation meeting, and Italian dinner, and
the city-wide Banquet at University of Southern California.
Under the direction of hir. Davis, the Science Club has just completed a most
'uccessful year. Highlights of the year were the trips to Mt. Wilson and the Desert.
The officers of both semesters were as follows: President, Don Smith and Ed Heimang
Secretaries Marilyn Hollinger and Kenneth Powleslandg Treasurers, Pat Manning
and jack Singlaubg Historians, jack Singlaub and Milton Cherry.
The Van Nuys High School Department of Safety has been in operation for the
last two years. Leroy Ball is Chief. There are also eight captains and sixteen assist-
ants, This group plays an important role in fire drills and various other school activi-
ties which require safety attention. Through its act1v1t1es the students are becoming
conscious of the necessity for safety, both at school and in the home.
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lN'Iembers of the junior Hi-Y strive to maintain clean sportsmanship, clean speech,
and Christian fellowship. lt is a young organization, and has just begun to function
with real work still ahead. The club sponsor is a man who understands boys and is
very well liked, Mr. lVIargadant. Club oflicers are: President, -lohnny Sanders, Vice-
President, Billy I-lubbardg Secretary, Douglas Sykes.
Activities of the Latin Club consist of an annual banquet and programs put on by
the students. Only students who have had one year of Latin and are continuing with
it are eligible for membership. Officers for the year were: Presidents, Kenneth
Powlesland and lklonte Steadmang Vice-Presidents. Gordon Hall and Elouise Bollerg
Secretaries. jimmy Butters and Jeanette lVIyers3 Treasurers, Seymour lllonk and Don
Stewartg Commissioner of Entertainment, Elouise Boller and jack Singlaub.
Under the sponsorship of lllrs. Holubar, the French Club was reorganized and
attractive pins were chosen. Paul Allen was elected president, Floyd Smith vice-
president, Ermale Smith secretary, and Fred lhfICclLllI'C treasurer. An ice skating party,
a theatre party, and a beach party were among the many interesting diversions enjoyed
by the enthusiastic members of Les Elites.
Los Companeros, under the sponsorship of lVIr. Pesqueria, was organized in l93l.
In 1938 this Spanish Club merged with El Progreso and Barney Grover became its
first president. lVIembers must have successfully completed at least two semesters of
Spanish and be voted into the club by a majority. Objectives of the club are to give
its members an opportunity to meet socially, to develop an interest in Spanish music,
literature, theatre, radio, etc., and to come to a better understanding of Spanish speak-
The Allied Youth was organized this semester. Their purpose is to prove that
good times may be had without the use of alcoholic beverages. Their activities were of
a social and educational nature, which included dinners, a hike, beach party. trip to the
night court, and skating. Officers were: Lowell Lauesen, President, Pat Ward. Vice-
Presidentg Helen Keller, Treasurerg Cedric Blake, Secretary 3 Ada Belle Clark, Sponsor.
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HE R. U. T. C. had a very successful year under the expert guidance of
Sergeant Smith with the help of the following ofhcers: First semester, Captain, hlel
Callang First Lieutenant, James Kirlcpatrickg Second Lieutenants, Earl Clark, Donald
O'Sullivan, and Mortoii Brownson. Second semester, Captain james Kirkpatrickg
First Lieutenant, Earl Clarkg Second Lieutenants, Don O'Sullivan, lllorton Brown-
son. and Walter Tilford. The great asset of having only one officer graduate in
February was offset by twenty-five recruits coming in at that time, which made it
necessary for every person in the unit to work his hardest in order to be prepared for
the Ninth Corps Area Inspection in the spring.
The Army Ball, as usual, was a great success, as the brilliant uniforms and formals
swung to the rhythm of Walter Tilford's swing band. The boys acted with great
efhciency as guards and ushers for all the sports events and most performances in our
new auditorium. The climax of a semester never to be forgotten, was the Annaul
Ninth Corps Area Inspection held on April 22, in which the unit was inspected by
hlajor Randolf Gordon. Colonel Samuel Dallam and lylajor Duff, both present at
the inspection, commended the Van Nuys unit highly on their efficient drill and
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many things have happened in two semesters, but at Van Nuys there's always
School started off with a bang on Monday, September 13. lt was good to see
everybody again-looking a little darker thanks to days spent at the beach.
Thursday, the 16th, we had our first assembly in the brand new auditorium.
The following Thursday, September 23, we had our first rally of the season on
our new bleachers. It was really keen to be able to start the semester off with
an aud. and big bleachers.
Friday, October 1, we had a practice football game with University High.
The next VVednesday we received Mirrors for the first time that semester. This
year the Mirror was under the guidance of Mrs. Betts, a newcomer at Van Nuys.
Our first Prep dance was held Friday, October the 8th, in the VVomen's Cjyb
House. The following Friday we had a football game with Eagle Rock-score
0-0. The song and yell leaders turned out in white pull over sweaters with red
emblems. Tuesday, October 19, we had a dedication ceremony in the aud. It is
now the Donna H. Hubbard Auditorium. The 29'th of the same month saw us on
the short end of a 13 to 6 score-this time our opponents were the North Holly-
wood Huskics. On November Sth we had another disappointing football game
with Canoga Park-14-0. Friday, the 12th, it was even worse-a game with
San Fernando-score 19-0. However, we put our best foot forward for the
Crimson and Gray dance which was held that same evening.
Basketball season started a little slowly. VVe lost our first game to .Eagle
Rock--31-2-1, on Friday, November 19. VVe made up for that, though, when we
defeated Verdugo 63 to 20, December 3rd, By this time, we were on our way
to town, beating North Hollywood on the 10th with a score of 29 to 22. On the
same day we presented the Senior Play, "A Good Egg," in the aud. It was a
clever comedy and amusingly portrayed. The following Friday we beat Canoga
Park 50 to 2-1-. That night we had our bi-annual Army Ball. Tuesday, December
21, Van Nuys was again victorious, this time over San Fernando to the tune of
-1-2 to 24-. The Senior Bees received their beige sweaters on the same dav. One
look at the Becs and the Mighty Senior A's shouted 'tiiunny sacks!"
january 7th of the new year saw us lose again to Eagle Rock, 35-33. That
night Van Nuys was host for a Glee Club Festival. Tuesday, January 11, we
had elections for Prexy. Mtmnte Steadman, Cedric Blake, Scott Brandon, and
VValter Tilford were up. The next day we vo-ted again-between Blake and
Brandon. Scott got it.
YVednesday, January 12, another victory in basketball. Verdugo lost with
a score of 34--12. Friday, the 1-I-th, was Alumni Day. VVe lost the basketball
game with North Hollywood on 'the 21st. That night we had a Prep dance in
the Gym which made us forget our woes. VVednesday, January 26, we won the
last basketball game of the season. It was against Canoga Park.
The next day the G. A, A. had a Spread in the Cafeteria. Mr. Rankle
showed us some motion pictures of ourselves in action on the basketball court.
Vllere we disillusionedl
The mighty Senior A's graduated Thursday, Fehruary Srd. The lyovs were
in roy al blue caps and gowns and the girls wore white. This was the Hrst class
to graduate from our auditorium.
On Thursday, Fehruary 24, Mr. Vernon llendrx presented his adaption of
the Passion Play. The next day saw us win our first gym game-against Eagle
NVednesday, March 9, the Glee Cluh gave its partv for the new memhers.
The party was held in the cafeteria. Friday, March 11, we had another gav
Prep dance in the Gym. VVednesday, the 16th, we had a gym exhibit in the
auditorium. Curtis Townsend and Boh VVaterf:ield, former XVolves, together
with several other Vclans, came to Van Nuys to show us how to do it. Our
hots proved that they didn't need any showing though.
Friday, March 23, we had a Talent Show in the and. Later in the after-
noon, we won a gym meet against San Fernando.
XVednesday, the 30th, the Seniors and juniors had a track meet. The
Senions won-much to the disgust of the under classmen.
lfriday, April 1, we had an April Fool Prep dance. Those who attended, did
so at their own risk-and had lots of fun.
Tuesday, April 5, the lli-Y had a dinner. The next day, the students won
in a hasehall game hetween themselves and the facnltv.
Un Thursday, the 7th, the Valley Gym Nieet was held at San Fernando,
Yan Nuys made a good showing.
Friday, the Sth, was the last day of school hefore Easter vacation. VVe had
an assemhly at which two plays were given. They were put on hy the Advanced
Drama Classes. One class put on a plat ahout a son who considered himself too
cultured for his family-it was called "l5ahhitt's Boy." The other play, "Fish
Cure"-was ahout an old lady-an optimist to the nth degree-who heeame an
unwelcome visitor in her nephew's home when her visit stretched itself over five
long weeks. VVe won Il track meet with Fagle Rock on the same dav-a swell
heginning for our track season.
The Spring play, "Big Hearted llerhert," was presented on Nlav 27.
XVe had another Army Ball and a Prep dance too. lilections of othcers next,
then we chose Cedric Blake, Kay Stahl, Monte Steadman, and Bud Uautschi
Lastlwe had graduation!
NVasn't that a full year, Sally? It was lots of fun and I'm looking forward
to another. 'By now.
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. . . chalk . . . kip . . . giants . . . third base . . . pigskin
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0 sport section would be complete without a brief review of the coaches,
their own particular activities, and sports they supervise. Coach Starr is the head of
the department at the present time and has been the A and B track coach during his
sojourn here. He coached the swimming team during his first semester at Van Nuys
and has coached the B football team and given valuable assistance to the A team. ln
his spare time Nlr. Starr is a life guard, and he recently won the Amateur Southern
California Divisional Badminton Tournament in men's singles.
Coach Barney Quinn has been with us for a few years and has turned out several
championship A basketball teams. Not only does he coach basketball but he has put
out a championship gym team for two successive years. He also has a hand and a foot
in the social dancing classes.
Une of our recent additions to the coaching staff is hlr. llargadant who coached
the B football and basketball team last fall and is now coaching B and C track.
The newest of our coaches is lNIr. Epinnette, who came late in last fall to coach
the A football team and to coach the newest sport of soft ball.
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ARSITY football this year was handicapped when slim Hudson, who had
been our coach for many years in the art of gridiron warfare, suddenly left us to coach
at VVashington High School. For the first few weeks our team was stranded without
a football coach. At last, however, Coach Epinnette arrived to guide a green squad
through the season as best he could. Another reason for a poor season was the un-
fortunate occurrence of many injuries to the mainstays of the team. The spirit was
there but the polish and steady co-ordinated performance was lacking.
Even though we finished in the cellar position, special recognition was given to a
few of the outstanding players on the team. Ellsworth Willialxis was given the berth
of guard on the All-San Fernando Valley team, and Captain Don Crotser, in spite of
his injuries. won the position of half-back on the second All-Valley team. VVillis
lylollett and Moiite Steadman also garnered positions on the second All-Valley team,
taking tackle and fullback respectively.
The V. N. H. S. Bee footballers were more fortunate in their gridiron clashes
than the Varsity. With two games won. two tied, and one lost to an undefeated North
Hollywood team, the Wolhets battled their way to a second place in the league
standing. When I say battled, I mean they actually fought their way from a bad start
to the position next to the coveted hrst place. Tying with Eagle Rock, Verdugo Hills,
and losing to the unconquered North Hollywood Huskies wasn't exactly an encouraging
beginning. Undauted, the valiant Bees defeated Canoga Park and San Fernando in
two successive hard fought games to come through in second place.
The outstanding players on the team were La Rock and llcliellup, guardsg Allen,
centery lllciluire, tackle: Cifferelli and Caraplis, endsg Anderson, fullbackg Powers
and Nleyers, halfbacksg Saunders and U'Halloran, quarterbacks.
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For the Hrst time in five years the Van Nuys Basketball Team failed to annex
the Valley championship. Eagle Rock nosed the Wolves out in both games, definitely
establishing themselves as the superior team. The Crimson and Gray casaba tossers
were in there fighting the entire route, but the breaks were against them.
The outstanding players were All-Valley guard, Theo Haley, and All-Valley
guard, Bob Rynearson. Although they were not chosen for an All-Valley position, of
which there are only five, jim Zastro, Bill Lambert, and Jay Dewire were steller
V N 24 E R 31
V N 62 V H 20
V N 29 N H 22
V N 42 S F 24
V N 50 C P 24
The Bee quintet ended their season in second place which is much better than
average, as it has been the custom to have a championship Varsity and let the Bees get
whatever they can. This year, however, the Wolllets were supplied with a conscien-
tious instructor in the form of Coach lllargadant, who almost whipped his squad into
It is the Bee teams that supply the men for future Varsity teams, and since there
are no returning lettermen to the A team, the best performers, Kari, Yorosek, Hanna,
Reeves, Kanaly, Grissel, Sliester, and Fritzel will in all likelihood be promoted to the
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V N 20 S F 37
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HE Lettermen's Association consists of all the class A, B, .and C lettermen.
ln the past it has been a very active organization, but since a restriction has been put
on entertaining by exhibitions of boxing and wrestling, the activities have largely been
cut down to such school service as the members are able to render when called upon.
The new sponsor of the Asscoiation is Coach Epinnette with whose help the boys have
been attempting a reformation of the constitution for the club. The meetings of the
l,ettermen a1'e infrequent and are usually called only when the outstanding athlete of
the year is to be chosen or when there is some special service or tluty the Association
may render the school.
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OR the first time in the history of sports in the San Fernando Valley League
soft baseball was introduced. Ir has been several years since hard ball has been played
and it took the majority of the season for the team to work into shape. The baseball
season is on at the same time as the gym season and comes between basketball and track.
so for those boys who have not gone out for ,gym team it provides a sport to occupy their
time until track season arrives.
The team this year was organized by Coach lfpinnette, who managed to carry
them through a fairly successful season. Beginning slowly with defeats at first. the
VVolf team gradually hit their stride to win the last of their games. VVithout a doubt
great improvement will be made in the teams as the years of competition go by. hlem-
bers of the year's team were: hlciiuire, Gonzales, Scott, hlurphy, Sluder, l,amhert.
llewire. Clrannell, Cirannell, Yorosek, Nacznnura, llann. VVatson, Van Alstine.
Van Nuys 7 Harvard I2
Van Nuys -l North Hollywood lll
Van Nuys I7 Haryard 3
Van Nuys 6 Eagle Rock 5
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For the second time since the gym team competition started four years ago the Van
Nuys muscle men annexed the Valley Championship. They not only defeated all the
schools in the Valley League, but they defeated all the schools in the Western League
in the City Semi-Finals after they had taken second place in the City Semi-Finals the
The Lobo Gymnasts began their season by defeating Fairfax in a practice meet to
the tune of 74k to 45VK. Following this win the Wolves journied to Eagle Rock to
defeat their traditional rivals, and the only other team to win the Valley Champion-
ship besides Van Nuys, by the score of 77 to 58. The team led by Edwin Tyler and
Walter Tilford defeated North Hollywood, University High, Canoga Park, and San
Fernando in succession. The Wolves met with their first defeat when they met the
Li. C. L. A. Frosh in an exhibiton meet in the auditorium at Van Nuys by the score of
55 to 64. Preparing for the Valley meet the gym team defeated Beverly Hills by a
large margin. In the All Valley meet the Lobos were closely contested by a surpris-
ingly strong San Fernando team which took second place. Entering the City Semi-
Finals at Dorsey High with eleven men, Van Nuys placed eight to win over twelve
other schools. Competing against sixteen schools in City Finals Van Nuys tied for
fifth place with Fremont High.
The outstanding men of the season were Tyler and Tilford, who garnered a total
of 141 and 104W points in eleven meets. Those who placed in the Valley were: Cap-
tain Townsend, Tyler, Tilford. Sliester, Robbins, Nafie. Brandon, Steadman, Davis,
Cherry, and O'Halloran. ln the City Semi-Finals were: Tyler, Tilford, Davis,
Sliester, Cherry, Steadman, Brandon, and O'Halloran. Tyler was the only man to
place in the City Finals, tal-ting a second in the all-around and third on the long horse
and placing his school fifth.
Van Nuys 7-UG Fairfax -l-5M
Van Nuys 77 Eagle Rock 58
Van Nuys 9016 No. Hollywood 44M
Van Nuys 83 University 22
Van Nuys lllow Canoga Park 13M
Van Nuys 72 San Fernando 63
Van Nuys 55 U. C. L. A. 64
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Van Nuys "B" Track Team did exceptionally well this year in view of the fact
that it was composed of only those boys who could not he used on the ".-Ts" or
The team took second in the Valley and in the final League standings. Ury. Smith was
the star of the team until he was sent up to the yarsity. Don VVright in the 220, was
the only first in the Valley.
Our "Cs" this year were one of the strongest aggregations in the history of the
school. Nlany members of last y'ear's championship team again ran "Cs", along with
a good sprinkling of newcomers. U'l-lalloran, was the star all season. ln the Valley.
he took the hundred, second in the hurdles, and ran anchor on the relay. Uther first
in the Valley were Alby Thomas in the high jump and Frank Doleshall in the pole
vault. Coach Hal lllargadant handled their team and did a fine job of it.
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Because Van Nuys golf teams showed such fine ability in their playing they are
entered this year to compete against the best schools in the city and by all appearances
have a very good chance of coming out on top. Stroking for the VVolx'es are Frank
Hampton, Kennedy, Lambert, Zastro, Saunders, and Ambortl.
By losing to Canoga Park after having defeated North Hollywood, the YVolf
tennis team lost their chance for a tie for the championship with North Hoolywootl
and lfagle Rock. hlembers of the team were Heiman. Thomas, Stebbins, rlirler. Bob
VVartl, Tex Inwood, Ci. Cirannell, Prness, Ratteree, Loomis, and l,ang.
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It looked as if the Varsity Wolves were headed for their sixth annual track cham-
pionship until they met up with San Fernando's powerful track and field contingent.
Van Nuys defeated all their rivals by good margins and evidenced superiority to every
team in the Valley except the undefeated Tigers. After their single defeat in the
dual meets the bearers of the Crimson and Gold rallied in an attempt to retain the
coveted Valley crown. San Fernando proved too strong and even though Van Nuys
took their share of first places they finished second behind the Tigers in the final score.
The outstanding men on the team were: jack Roots, who took first in the 880 yard
rung -lim Davis, first in the 440 yard dashg Ben Cholakian, first in the 100 yard dash
and second in the 220 yard dash: Capt. Motite Steadman, who for the second time in
his career broke the Valley record in the pole vault making it 12' S".
Van Nuys 96 -I-SM
Canoga Park and Verdugo Hills 8 HM
Van Nuys 60
Eagle Rock 44 24M
Van Nuys 71
North Hollywood 31 3521
Van Nuys 87
Canoga Park and Verdugo 17 IM
Van Nuys 39
San Fernando 65 68
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Roots leads again.
Granell puts the shot.
VVhat are you looking
Murphy up in the air.
Orv wins again.
Yeager in the 1320.
"Swede" takes it away
Murphy is up again.
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HE purposes of the Girls' Athletic Association are to encourage an interest
in athletics, to foster a spirit of loyalty and co-operation among the girls toward their
school, as well as toward each other, and to promote a higher mental and physical
Honesty, courtesy, loyalty. and good sportsmanship are the essential qualities in
every person, and some of the principal reasons for the existence ot the G. A, A. It is
also of Hrst importance in promoting friendliness among the girls.
To become a member of this organization, a girl must be a member of the Senior
High School and have made fifty points. She must make application to the Secretary
and be accepted by the Board.
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If you were to watch the girls as they play their various games, you would
see that the G. A. A. gives them an air of friendliness and sportsmanship as well as the
fun of the games. This is not just a happenstanceg it is through much guidance,
thought, and training given the girls by lVIiss Keough, the G. A. A. sponsor.
Our Annual Girls' Day went over big this year. Games were well played. Then
came dancing, skits, and hot dogs in the gym. The spirit of the G. A. A. is symbolized
in the pledge:
I will endeavor at all times to conduct myself in a sportsmanlike manner, in order
that I may know:
The thrill of the game.
The comradeship of my teammates,
The respect of my opponentsg and
I will try to sponsor and be an example of sportsmanship and courtesy in all other
At the present time we have 125 members in the G. A. A. It has grown from an
organization of 25.
Good luck to a growing G. A. A.
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Q. .Boar .Eeffer girls
The G. A. A. Board is made up of an eflicient group of girls. They decide
eligibility for membership, appoint committees and take charge of special activities.
The ollicers this year were: President, Kay Stahlg Vice-President, Bette Lnmley.
Secretaries, Helen Louise Hamilton, Nlarv jane Brunnerg Treasurer, Dorothy -lue.
Heads of sports were: Pat llloore, Volleyballg Lois Bodwell, Basketballg Pat Hewitt.
Hockey: Gene Page, Baseballg .lean Berggren, Tennis, .lean Cusson, Archery: Flora
hlane Christofferson, Hiking, Helen Erickson, Individual Sportsg Dorothy Turner.
The Letter Girls is a service organization. It is their task to set good examples
of sportsmanship. A letter is the highest award a girl can earn and this year we have
twenty-one letter girls, three of whom have earned their stars. They are Kay Stahl,
Lois Bodwell, and Bette Lumley. Letter girls are: Jean Berggren, Lois Bodwell,
Arline Burton, Ruth Bolick, Nlarjorie Campbell, Flora ,lane Christofferson, Pat
Daugherty, Margie Honeycutt, Dorothy glue, Margaret Kay, Alice Kubler, Bette
Lumley, Pat lwoore, Betty Smith, Lora Lee Smith, Kay Stahl,. Dorothy Turner.
hlarion Walton. Pat Ward. Gloria Voyda, and Irene Williams.
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girls Sporfs Snap jfofes
All dressed up for the Hollywood
Playday are Kay Stahl, Miss
Keough, Miss Bone and V. Mitchell.
Release! The form of those archers!
Miss Keough's ready -- glasses
The vitality in the resting hikers.
VVhat a serve, Irene, says Dorothy.
Hiking, on bicycles?
Miss Bone-roll call-l-2-3-1-.
Serve itl Betty Smith, snappy
Pass it, Jessie Jo.
Guard it, Thelma.
Virginia Jones, archery form.
Batter up, Pauline.
VVhat a tennis team!
Bull's eye for Marie.
Side out, service over here.
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Basketball started November 23. with forty-eight turning out. Nlanagers
were: Audrey Raymond, Seniors, Beverlee Windbigler, Juniors, Annette Kellie.
Sophomores. There was one Senior team with Audrey Raymond captain. Three
junior teams played with Eleanor Hewit, jean Harris, and Mary Swarens as captains.
The Sophomore team was headed by Annette Kellie. In the playoff, Mary Swarens'
junior team won the championship. Lois Bodwell, head of Basketball, graduated last
February. Mary Swarens was appointed by the G. A. A. Board to take her place.
On September 20, a G. A. A. Fun Frolic started volleyball off with a shout.
Side out-Rotate-were some of the calls heard. Pat Moore got things under Way
with a few practices, then the big championship games started. Class Managers were:
Betty Lee l-lussy, Seniorsg Betty Noyes, Junior, and Marjorie Cox, Sophomore. At
hrst it looked as though the Seniors were going to walk away with the championship
but the junior team with Dorothy jue as captain decided to take for themselves, and
so the Juniors, winning every game, won the championship.
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.BQSELQH . . I . gfockey
Baseball practice began April 19th. Swishl Watch out there! Hard hitting!
Hard working! Gene Page is up to bat to show us all how it's done. Gene has duties
other than just hitting the baseball this yearg she's head. It wonlt all be work, how-
ever, with help like lylary Swarens. She is Senior hlanagerg lllarjorie Iinback. junior
lllanager, and Ada Ball, Sophomore Blanager.
Hockey started February 15th with about seventy-five out. Dorothy Turner was
chosen Senior llianager and Captaing -lean Brunskikll, junior Llanager. with hlary
-lane Brunner and Nadine Malcoliii as class Captains, and .Iessie .Io Brunner was the
Sophomore's choice as Manager and Captain. After practicing technique and playing
practice games, the championship games started out with a bang. The Brunner junior
team came out on top with the Seniors and llalcolm junior team putting up a good
fight, trying for Erst place. The spunky Sophomores were right there too. It was
grand to see so many new girls out this year and to see their rapid improvement.
Archery is a year round sport. The second semester there were twenty-two
girls out, fifteen beginners, five intermediates, and two advanced. ln archery the be-
ginners must make a score of W8 out of 5-l arrows which are shot at a distance of 25
feet. The intermediate must make a score of 192 out of 5-l arrows shot at 25 feet, for
honors which entitle them to 50 points. The advanced pupil shoots a .lunior Columbia
round with another advanced pupil of four points an arrow to receive honors and the
total of 75 points.
Our first semester of hiking was grand. VVe hiked far and wide. to the
hills, washes, and parks, and had weiner bakes and marshmallow roasts. The second
semester was somewhat slowed up because of the rainy weather, and several hikes had
to he postponed. The1'e was an average of fifty girls on each hike. VVe hiked six or
seven miles at a time and altogether. twenty-five miles a semester. Each girl received
one point for each mile. Our hiking season was quite a success. Every girl seemed to
have a grand time.
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Plenty of exercise was had this year hy the girls out for Tennis, headed hy -lean
lierggren. VVith the new courts to play on nothing has held them hack except a few
weeks of had weather. The first season started early in the fall with douhles, followed
in the spring hy singles. There are two ladders, advanced and heginning. Audrey
Raymond and Alice Ransom were first on the advanced ladder, with Evelyn Rohinson
and Anna lXIcCool first on the heginning ladder. Rach girl receives five points for
every game she plays.
Swish! Zipl NVatch out! lt's those liadininton enthusiasts out for a gzune.
'lihafs what you would see on a Klonday afternoon in the gym. If you were to go out
to the girls' turf you would find ping-pong and volleyhall douhles in progress. These
are under the head of individual sports. which were new this year. and have heen a big
success. The first semester liadniinton winne1's were ,lean lirunskill and Rlinmi
Thornton. Klary Swarens, Ping-pong winner, was fast and skilled.
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Eugene VV.-"Do you serve shrimps here ?"
Yvaitress-"Yes, we serve everybody. Sit down."
Don 15.-"Will your folks he surprised when you
hlorton 13.-"No, thc-y's been expecting it for years."
H111 Davis-"Are you learning anything hack there?"
Tillie-"No, 'ust listeninv to you."
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R111 Pesquiera-"Do you think you are a nieinher of
llr. Pesquiera--"Then why are you acting like an
Dick ll.-"VVhat do you expect to he when you get
out of high school?"
Bob H.-"An old man!"
Bud B.-"Did you hear iny last song?"
Obegi-'Al hope sol"
Bob G.-"Have you ever been pinched for going too
Pete-"No, but I'ye heen slapped."
hliss Smith-"VVhat is 21 hypocrite ?"
Ed T.-"Someone who walks into hlrs. Pre-ll's othce
with a grin on his face."
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lNIrs. lllinkler--"She must havel Lip to date, she's
never let any of it out."
Nlr. Hall-"Who can name one important thing we
have now that we did not have one hundred years ago ?"
Here's to Miss Young!
Long may she live.
Even as long as the lessons she gives!
Floyd P.-"The dentist told me I had a large cavity
that needed filling."
Nluriel D.-"Did he recommend any special course
Nlr. Larson-"How many subjects are you carrying?"
Windy-"I'm carrying one and dragging four."
August F.-"I'm a self-made manf'
Carl L.-"You should have hollered for help."
lVIiss Robinson-"Where do you have the most diffi-
culty in making a speech ?"
Albert A.-"In my knees."
lN'Iilton C.-"Never put off 'til tomorrow what you
can do today."
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y t ey took down the mistletoe."
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