Sacramento City College - Pioneer Yearbook (Sacramento, CA)

 - Class of 1945

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FUREWURU So many things have happened during the two years the Class of ' 45 has been a part of the Sacra¬ mento College that we cannot enumerate them all. We feel that a resume of some of the outstanding events may serve in later years to startle you with the rapid changes you lived through, and to clear your recollections of the good old days at Sacramento College. Two years ago, with the Campus suddenly deprived of college men, the girls, deciding they must grin and bear it, were comforted by members of the STAR Unit stationed out here. However, there were no plays—no football team—no basketball team. Campus life was often dull. Everyone seemed apathet¬ ic, listless, and only turned out for events such as the Assembly at which great hunk of man Mature appeared. The gals, sitting on the lawn eating their home packed lunches, gazed longingly through the cafeteria windows at the luscious food being served their khaki-clad friends. In the Pony Office the staff was busily arguing over women ' s rights and what Count di Luna ' s opinion might be—and in the Sen¬ ate, the members debated the question Should we buy Riverside Eaths? The Art Ball was as success¬ ful and almost as profitable as in normal times. And there came a night when the entire SC Student Body, along with the rest of Sacramento and vicinity, moved down to the Memorial Auditorium to see Harry James hand a bouquet to Shirley Haskell, pretty Pioneer Queen. But remember how the pace stepped up in ' 44- ' 45! We ' ve done things at Sacramento College this year that two years ago none would have dreamed possible. We had a football team and a basketball team; a better than ever Art Ball, on the South Seas theme; many successful social affairs; and even one play. Student government has been more active. The Christmas Assembly was one of the most beautiful affairs we ' ve had on the Campus. The news of President Roosevelt ' s death came like a bolt of lightning down on the Campus as well as all over the world. V-E Day was spent quietly and classes were held as usual. The Graduation Picnic will be remembered by all those who attended, and who will ever forget those bridge games in the Corral? The Cosmetology Building offered something of interest to the campus one morning, when out of its doors came two pink-haired boys. The outdoor election rallies were new to this class, as was checking on the student body officers by the Senate. If one had been visiting the campus around 1:00 P. M. one day, he would have found the students raving about one Nadine Jansen, pianist and trumpeter, who had just given a fine performance in the Auditorium. The Drip was one of the favorite columns in the Pony, while her boy friend was the favorite campus Frankie Sinatra. There were numerous other events I could mention—the Tolo Dances, Pioneer Day, the Freshman Balls, the Stag-Stagettes and many, many others that each individual student might think important. But in a few years when you, the Class of 1945, are earning your living and doing your part in the world, don ' t be too busy or pre-occupied to open the 1945 Pioneer and recall those good old days at Sacramento College. GLORIA ODLIN Pioneer Editor, Spring Page Three

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Former Sacramento College Students Killed in Action Achenbaugh, Wayne Hose, Alan Edgar Peaslee, John H. Akins, Kenneth L. Hudnutt, George D. Jr. Porter, James Askins, Vernon R. Jr. Ireland, John Staton Purvis, Thomas Baker, George Jackson Jackson, Donald D. Redman, Wynn H. Jr. Baker, Walter H. Jacobsen, Frank Reese, Jay Barkwell, Robert Lee Jordan, Thomas R. Robinson, Ralph Beattie, Robert C. Kahn, Samuel E. Sanders, Jack H. Bell, Walter H. Bertagna, John H. Bishop, Floyd E. Bittner, John J. Boylan, William Lacey, Melvin LeMasters, Donald M. Lemis, James Ramon Lynd, John Saunders, Jack Schultz, Robert L. Sevey, John Sherbourne, Ray Simmerman, Neil E. Burke, Thomas Mack, Samuel Singleton, Daniel H. Christiansen, Hans Chris Mansfield, Richard James Stacker, Jack Cole, David Mason, Wallace A. Jr. Stafford, William Collins, Hubert R. Mayhood, William Teague, Edson H. Couch, Thomas McLarty, William Keith Suber, John C. Cox, Atlee DeBolt McLeod, Vernon E. (Dick) Tiffreau, Edward Medric Davis, Roland Miller, Glenn Tuttle, Richard Edwards, Albert B. Mills, John W. Vandenberg, Byron Fensler, Robert W. Minear, Richard John Wai, Francis Fontaine, Arthur B. Miyaeka, George Suetomo Warren, Robert C. Furgerson, Teris Moore, Craig C. Watson, John C. Jr. Goff, Boyd M. Morrin, James Donald (J. D.) Wiard, John D. F. (Jack) Griffith, J. C. Neff, James (Dean) Willett, Kenneth Hansen, Clay O ' Connor, Thomas Wilson, Stanford E. Holsinger, Robert G. Parmer, Raymond R. Yost, Noah H. The foregoing list is as nearly complete as available records permit. The Administration of Sacramento College will appreciate the co-operation of the general public in forwarding additional names of former students of the College. Page Five

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