Corona Junior High School - La Corona Yearbook (Corona, CA)

 - Class of 1938

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GOVERNMENT Executive Board Swept into office on the slogan, “Make Mrs. Jones’ other boy president!”, Farrell succeeded big brother Forrest by popu¬ lar vote on October 24. Has to be reminded of Board meetings, and claims his knees wobble as badly as his voice. Assistant law-makers: Vice-presidents Joyce Mack, Texas McKinney, and George Pina; Secretaries Donna Noble, Juanita Clark, and Thelma Smith; Song-leader Margaret Lee; Yell-leader Jimmy Pearson; Class Representatives Adale Linscheid (9), Carlyle Cole (8), and Dewey Roos (7). Chairman of faculty advisers, Miss Sarah Thrasher. Safety Officers Making the school safe for pedestrians means patrolling halls and stairways during intermissions, to the tune of “Single file, please!”, and presiding over fire-drills. Serving two or more quarters, under direction of the Executive Board, were Charles Bell, E. J. Casey, Wanda Cleveland, Ray Crow, Joseph¬ ine Dalcamo, Teresa Enriquez, Francis Ganahl, Gerald Holtman, Shirley Jewell, Donald Kilday, Jay Krick, Fortuno Lopez, George Pina, Nelda Shrode, Robert Stumpf, Arthur Uribe. TRAVEL Scholarship Society Membership practically requires three “A’s” in solids and a “B”. . .carries with it the privilege of “going places” once a quarter. This year’s roster: Dorothy Alexander, John Arm- bruster Alan Beggs, Dickev Bridenstine, Mary Jane Bryant, Louise’Burkhart, Carlyle Cole, Leonard Davis, Johnnie Deleo, Della Evans, Richard Fare, Stanley Farmer, Dale b isher, Francis Ganahl, John Guirbino, Willis Hall, Dons Heasley, Robert Hobbs, Gordon Hogan, Gerald Holtman, Arthur James, Margaret Jameson, Eleanor Jansen, Shirley Jewell, Theda Mae Johnson, Dollie Mae Kroonen, Elma Louise Kroonen, Lillian Leonard Millie Lewis, Rosie Limas, Barbara Lincoln, Adale Linschied, Nelda McKown, Gwen Morton, Joe Nichols Rosa Noriega, Bob Ogden, Dick Ogden, Cleo O’Howell, Virginia Pennington, Lavonda Phillips, Dewey Roos, Mary Helen Sanford, Marjorie Schumacher, Polly Ann Skinner, Rose Mane Springer, Ellen Stowe, Dolores Sturgis, Pauline Sturgis, Howard Sullivant, Romayne Tilson, Gail Truby, Dorothea Vaile, Wanda Van Noy, Rita Villa, Betty Ann Warrell, Bernice Whitted, Wallace Root. Advisory chairman. Miss Jeanne Griffin.



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LETTERS AND PRESS G.A.A. Modern athletics demands organization. Girls’ Athletic Association membership means 50 points, a letter 350, a star 100 more than a letter. . .earned at the rate of 100 points for placing on a first team and 50 on a second. Pointers: Seventh—Betty Rarnes. Lo rene P rooks. Betty Burchfield. Louise Burkhart, Jessie Chavira. Roberta Combs, Bernice Jeffries. Lima Kroonen, Lillian Leonard, Emma Lou Maxwell, Betty Stoltz, Ellen Stowe. Jean Taylor. Dorothea Vaile. Lola Belle Woodward; Eighth— Ruth Bronson. Armede DeBeal. Elaine Eastvedt. Betty Jane Evans. Lucy Heredia. Marjorie Iriart. June Joy. Marilyn Karney, Carrie Mae King. Dolly Kroonen, Barbara Lincoln. Texas McKinney, Virginia Morrow, Frances Rios, Grace Sholders. Rita Villa; Ninth—Florence Arcy. Marjorie Ash. Charlene Bridgman. Lois Bruner, Mary Jane Bryant, Hazel Chambers, Wanda Cleveland. Earline Cullins. Juliet Dupuis, Mary Elroy. Marcella Fredericks. Ruth Hase. Geneta Lewis. Adale Linscheid, Joyce Mack, Donna Noble, Lois Raley, Josephine Ramirez. Betty Smith. Maude Smith, Wanell Starnes. Phyllis Stoltz; Advisors— Miss K. Smith and Miss Johnson. “Broadcast” Bringing out the writing talent of the school and furnishing entertainment for all students, the “Broadcast” gave bi-monthly account of junior high events until its advisor, Mrs. Sage, was taken ill. Staff: Juanita Clark, Warren Ehlers. Wallace Fisher, Marcella Fredericks. Melva Holder. Bryant Jackson, Gordon Johnson, Joyce Mack. Earl Mann, Gwen Morton. Maude Smith, Pearl Smith, Evelyn Snipes, Richard Stutsman, Marion Swan. Lettermen—and Girls Among wearers of the " C”, the fellows earned their insignia by playing on senior high teams (ninth-grade only) ; the girls, by making 350 points in G.A.A. activities. No dues, no officers, no organization! But see the smiles! Girls: Florence Arcy, Marjorie Ash. Betty Barnes, Lois Bruner. Mary Jane Bryant. Betty Burchfield. Jessie Chavira, Wanda Cleveland, Betty Jane Evans. Della Evans. Marjorie Iriart, Dollie Mae Kroonen, Adale Linscheid, Texas McKinney, Laura Jo Moffett, Virginia Mor¬ row, Josephine Ramirez, Frances Rios, Maude Smith, Betty Stoltz; boys; Don Barber, Bob Everett, Dan Garcia. A. J. Hopkins, barrel Jones, Wayne Keast. Don Kildav. James McGonigal, -Dale’ Norquist, " Billy Parks, Jimmy Pearson, Gail Walker. " Left school. Page Eleven

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