Ventura College - La Revista Yearbook (Ventura, CA)

 - Class of 1936

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"IC sy, M., HR"-rl, '. as L-I4 ' 1- , ,yn-, hx 1" page two Foreword l HE RE VIVA L' of an old tradition, the recounting of past social events as well as school life, and the hope that the following pages may during the future years reinspire those memories which, at birth were those of the Ventura Junior College, are the ultimative points in the production of the 1936 "La Revis- ta." in my R 'X Q . 1 N . 1 . N,X, N-1 X lx ' M 'X -xx Q 'Its M' MXN X X Vx wk' . A ,sy H Ht 'x 2 R L MM f I i 1 i I A fl"',A VJ' Af., . 1 . V-,Nl : 1 BENQ WMTW L5 X V' Q?:f'm'G 9:,gg:m.2ngg, flfa W?Mf T,'LwVtg'i' .N 'fgC'4.f3f, ,.! 1' -f' '.'- ,'yH'1ZQW :. mf HTA imma 51,15 -,.. 1,1 ,: r-.ws 'H Q - 1 "'f"fii v Q, 1 X ia I P i5F?Tf'q?fv,' www! ng www. 4' 4 . , Wag Q 3? .4 V 1 ' 2 It , 4 , 1 ., 5 ' w . Ap 'i 1 ,Q W Ar' ' 4 I A, , 1' 1 4 'F page zhrcv N, :.-,nf v. .1 1 ,irivn 4, . , , A M3-1 . ::..A.F2iQn r - I Q, f . .',. 1 - A ' :iii A5165 , wg., j .5.,.',g F ii? 42512 TH - M I ,-2, F541 . 1 A -cn-1-. 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When we leave thee, Alma Mater, Sad our hearts will be, But our thoughts will e'er be turning Back again to thee. BOCDK ONE DMINISTRMICDIXI ,1 Pancho the Pirate at Work in the Ventura Oilfield' l ,.1 'E.L.VAN DELLEN j . D.R.HENRY I dministratiolfs Greetings ONGRATULATIONS to the f student body for p u sh i n g through this year the objectives they set for them- selves with thoroughness and dispatch for which we may all be justly proud. lt is one thing for students to have objectives set for them, and then be driven to the'completion of those objectives regardless of their liking for them. lt is another thing for students to set their own goals and willingly and enthusiastically march toward them. "La Revista" has been one of those shining beacons flashing brightly in the distance to- ward which you have struggled. You have established again the thing you wanted, the annual, and l con- gratulate and commend every one of you for it. To you who are graduating, set your objec- tives as sensibly and firmly as did this staff and then march toward them with equal determination. ' May joy and prosperity attend your journey. E. L. VAN DELLEN, Superintendent of Schools. S l START to write this per- , sonal message for the V936 La Revista I am reminded that four years have elapsed since the publication of the last issue in l932. l am also prompted to reflect on the changes that have taken place in V. J. C. during these years. If l interpret the events correctly there has oc- cured some substantial progress. No little part of the advancement has been in the type of student activities with which the La Revista is concerned. l am impressed that one of the most significant de- velopments has been the improvement of student attitude. l believe there has been effected a genuine esprit de corps that serves to improve the curricular as well as the extra-curricular activities of the in- stitution. lt occurs to me that the resumption of the l.a Revista is one of the many expressions of an im- proved institutional morale, that has occurred in V. J. C. during the last few years. ln the development to which reference has just been made, students and teachers have had a de- termining part. To all who have contributed to the school's progress l would extend my personal and official commendation and gratitude. Particularly would l express in this La Revista, appreciation of the services of those who have been responsible for the production of this issue. May it contribute to a fitting culmination of a school year that will deserve perpetuation in our memory. D. R. HENRY. Principal. page seven -t ., 5553 l'E4 T 9 cy: L .s it .. .515 1 Alix ' r' l-alt 3 it x.-vp: '.-1-, g-. .' -H -. r 'i ,l ,Q ng- :y rm, i.,... i fMJrf,. 't'X L ig' 'l " t l A4.. A 3 .Li 2 ' il I7- 1 N" .vi iii.: ,, T. ,1 ff, gg, , .. I4 .. 95- -ft :" 1. 1 are rmt?,,.:Ag . nv. 'rD:g-gg--Ac", Ili T71 :fhvl 2' :I gstiw -t L. 'J ---Y " H541 , -,e rr .. p 1 ' liflirfyg ' rw J-jfitv-.BL L-gil Y. h :J gag 11.5-gn 3:1 1. ,31x:1".7't sis-tzfwi , -. ,,:bs:u.v'.,, f. .ffaifi Si'-1 fy, 1-.ings jx,g3m1f3 lt "3gii:5'?' x . 'WE71-75 ---.f -'SRE Azad: j, :fxivq 1 . ,Ng 'va 2.73 V' ' I aL' . N.. . . ,,,.,.. ,A r. Th0mps0n9s essage To the Boards of Commissioners: WlSl-l to thank the commissioners for their fine cooperation and splendid attitude during the year and sincerely hope each commissioner continues as a leader in their climb to suc cess. To the Buccaneers: May you all continue to be the fine upstanding men that you have demonstrated you are during the year l935-36. To the LA REVISTA Staffj You are to be congratulated in your untiring efforts in the face of great odds to publish the year book. The year boolf is an outstanding achievement of which you may be justly proud. Addie Belle Long HARRY G. THOMPSON. l l-lROUGl-l YOUR many social activities and welfare projects, you are recognized as ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS: l group of young women capable of assuming your share of school responsibilities, STUDENT BODY: h You have shown an understanding of junior college aims and ideals, and a cooperative spirit toward faculty and administration. GRADUATES: May you realize that the fruits of education continue and will add to your usefulness as citizens where ever you may go. Sincerely, ADDIE BELLE LONG Dean of Women ADDIE BELLE LONG HARRY G. THOMPS page eight Faculty ANDERSON. TOTTEN JAMES M. A., CALIFORNIA SOCIAL SCIENCE ANDERSON, MRS. ANNABELLE GAW B. A., CALIFORNIA SPANISH BALDWIN, MRS. ELIZABETH M. A., CALIFORNIA CHEMISTRY ARNOLD. FRANK B. S.. MICHIGAN STATE NORMAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION BAUMGARDNER. MARGARET A. B., BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA HISTORY BALDWIN. LLOYD T. B. S., CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURE BUCKMASTER, JOSEPH N. B. A.. WHITTIER PHYSICAL EDUCATION BOLINGER, GLADYS SECRETARY CONNOLLY, THOMAS E. M. A,. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA JOURNALISM CLARK, DUNCAN E. D. ED., STANFORD PHILOSOPHY CRANDALL. ELIZABETH A. NI., STANFORD ENGLISH COX, ARTHUR AUTO MECHANICS DRAPER, E. OTIS M. A., CALIFORNIA HISTORY DANIELS, ELAINE B. A., ARIZONA ENGLISH Q. ,I 'I 'II'-3 '..4.1f-I, In QI 3575 ' ' ,XS E II, -1. " .fi DZ ' 'Ia A .w-if Q. ,I 'MO ,J 'I' I H Aaah.: , 'I 3519 In -I EI EQ, n Ii e.II f WU- . ..r "T unfit Ip' -galil E..-A ,. 'Fill Q -I ' -I -I:1"'. I E-ffe'jfif.i,'f '21 I- iii "NE Ir: 5 'AW .4955 4.4. '.,4-,gg 1"f"?-IFI .L .Q ...fig :...' Iv: 1 :yy I, 'L'h',l I E I Faculty FICKEN. CLARENCE B. S., GRINNELL WOODWORK HAZZARD. JOHN C. M. A., UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA HENRIE. WAYNE NI. S., UTAH STATE HOLMES. WILLIAM M. NI, S., SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PHYSICS HOWE. HAROLD D B. A., GREENVILLE, ILLINOIS BAND. ORCHESTRA. THEORY OF MUSIC ' 5,474 ZZ' I-IUNTER, GEORGE 0 'Vi ! I M. A., STANFORD av I REGISTRAR, SOCIAL SC g .LOHNSON, NOBLE S. M. S.. U. S. C. BIOLOGY JUDSON. MARJORIE B. A., REDLANDS COMMERCIAL KEPNER, PAUL G. M. A., SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SPEECH, DRAMATICS KEYES, MILDRED M. M. A. COLUMBIA SOCIAL SCIENCE KIBBY, LEO P. M. A.. N. M. S. T. C. SOCIAL SCIENCE KOLLMANSPERGER. MARTHA NI. S.. IOWA STATE COLLEGE HOME ECONOMICS LAMB, MRS. HAZEL M. A., CALIFORNIA ENGLISH MACCRACKEN. NETTIE E. M. A., UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON FRENCH Faculty MOTT. ELSIE MAY M. A., COLUMBIA PHYSICAL EDUCATION MENDOSA, ALEX M. A., SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SOCIAL SCIENCE, COMMERCIAL PIDDUCK B. B.. POMONA LIBRARIAN NUNAN SECRETARY PRESCOTT. ERNEST M. M. S., MONTANA COMMERCIAL PITT, MILDRED M. S., COLUMBIA PHYSICAL EDUCATION ROEMER. A. J. M. B. A., WASHINGTON COMMERCIAL ROBERTS, MRS. JULIA B. A., MINNESOTA COMMERCIAL TOLAND, AGNES M. S., CALIFORNIA CHEMISTRY SCHWAIGER, ESTHER M. A., SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HOME ECONOMICS IW' .if 1.514 rw. att '.':' K'7i'Hii.:' ' .I W5 K i 61- rm If i r',, I-'Q AKA W .n, if .1 .9 If vm ww' ,g I. , . was If J 42 M .i Ibm! xi 'IZL.II?1,! . t-in-et "H if :, -v - aigg,-'1 -. .sl,,,.z: -'A-flgll 54' ir . ."i WW,- Y' . A 4 Sr-fe :fmt 'fff3Q5r':vi 2-.. "vs S-IZ fm lpaf' L.-jg tj- . A 'I 'lg '9iff?5::a'-. -.:,'Q9.,iii:'j' f '11 wrt' N251 I.:-.ig ies it I-is ffl' FRANK LAUBACHER EDWARD GALLAGHER PRESIDENTS A. S. B. Student Administration WANT TO Tl-IANK all members of the faculty and student body for their splendid co- l operation extended me this past year, Particularly do I want to thank my Board of Com- missioners for their wholehearted support. I am sincerely grateful that the opportunity was afforded me to play El small DBVI in VQVIVIVIQ the LA REVISTA and hope that it may in future years, bring back pleasant mem- ories ot days spent at junior college. FRANK LAUBACI-IER. WISI-I TO TAKE this opportunity to express my sincerest appreciation to the students and - faculty for their many kindnesses and support. It has been a real pleasure to have served them. ' My special commendations to those, whose untirlng efforts have made this revival of the "LA REVIS- TA" possible. EDWARD GALLAGI-IER page twelve Qi oard of Commissioners HE TWO boards of commissioners were especially active this year, The outstanding ac- complishments of these groups were the revival of the yearbook, LA REVISTA, the or- ganization of a booster's club with two hundred members, the revival of "Big Week" with its costume day and mud brawl, and the reorganization of the student government so that each student is placed on his honor, thus doing away with hall monitors. Also, Ventura junior college has reached a new high in its financial standing, and all social affairs were numerous and fairly well attended. The commissioners deserve much credit for their work in presenting such a varied and enjoyable program of school activities. Ufficers First Semester Position Second Semester Laubacher President Gallagher l-lammond Finance Peirano Linnett Publications Hall Cummings Activities Edwards Farquhar Athletics Morrison Carlisle Captain of Buccaneers Bartlett Pres. of Associated Women Students J' SQ- Q , 'A LIN . CUMMINGEUP FAROUHAR HAMMOND BARTLETT HALL EDWARDS MORRISON PEIRANO CARLISLE Mifvt' page thirteen 1 . if ..,, ...,- Qi . i X , . 1 ,lifftgitilxldzg ' Q T?-,l j wwx-Q, f Jil, ft Q 'lily-x .i. , h it: wi, jr.: .j . J, rig K N4 XJ. 5641 1.1. :av A -'f'-if-fe iefqj nj , '-Q27 , -i., " :xtql ii 2 i Qilfi Student ourt ONSPlCUOUS by its inactivity, the Student Court experienced a comparatively quiet year. No offenses of any kind were brought before it during the first se- mester. lts only activity was a series of lectures given to the eleventh grade students on how to behave and conduct themselves at junior college. This was told the new students at the first of the year and from then on the court remained dormant until after the mid-term Melection. The second semester court officers saw more activity than did their predecessors. Two cases were brought before them. In both cases the students were found guilty and reprimanded by the judicial WTA!-SSS body. The year as a whole, however, was very dull for the court mem- SHAW bers due to the improved conduct of the students. Any student of good standing, the principal, the vice principal, or the Board of Commissioners can . bring a case before the court. The case is tried by the judges, and if guilt is proven, the court has authority to decide the penalty. lt was originated to give the student body a voice in the judicial responsibilities of the school. The members of this year's student court for the first semester were: Gil Castro, chief justice, and Ed Gallagher and Ed Waters, associate justices. The second semester judges were: Ed Waters, chief justice, John Shaw and Wilbur Todd, associate justices. Although the court was not so prominent this year as it has been in the past, its members rendered the few necessary decisions quite satisfactorily. The reason for the scarcity of misdemeanors on the school grounds this year has been attributed to the lack of set rules, a new policy just adopted this year by the administration. W XI Associated omen Students HE ASSOCIATED Women's Student Body was outstanding throughout the entire school year. Maybelle Bartlett, pres- ident, Mildred Roberts, vice-president,and Dorothy Nicholson, secretary, were the competent administration heads of this group. They did much in planning the activities of the club, presenting a varied program that has been appreciated by the girls of Ventura junior college. Three teas were given by the A. W. S., lone, a welcoming tea for the girls and women faculty members, another for the girls and their mothers, and a third for the faculty. Also, the organization gave an entertainment for the junior BART,-ETT PRESIDENT high graduating class to create an interest and a friendly spirit between the tenth ROBERTS I . VICE-PRESIDENT graders and the junior college students. i MCHOLSON SECRETARY Throughout the year the girls' club has carried out its aim to present an assembly every month. They charged a canned food entrance fee to one of these monthly assemblies in order to get food for the needy. This food was given to only those students in school who were in need of it. It was given to them at Christmas time, and by doing this, the club felt like it had performed a worthwhile service. Another aim of the A. W. S. has been to send a few students as Ventura junior college's representa- tives to the annual Southern California meeting of the various clubs. This year was no exception and delegates were sent as usual. The A. W. S. has made itself outstanding during both semesters by becoming one of the most active organizations within the school. lt has been a privilege for the officers to work with the girls and Miss Long, who has assisted in the ac- tivities of this club. Throughout the school year, the A. W. S. has been outstanding among the active groups of the school. ln sponsoring dances, teas, assemblies for the girls, they have presented excellent programs, and in charity work, the women's student body has set a standard that the succeeding years' groups will have difficulty in surpassing. page fifteen ?5N"fFi.f . ,f"Y'.l-' ' f,:':3Iif.1-- ' mdygvt I 4 Q "4 H' ' 1 in 7 .lx Q -Tw, i r-X ,5 1. 2, ...C as, 1 li ,tif My-f, 5,-v-54:1 V rx fa' '?3?t.r::-Ml . J.: -ug-Q A .. .f 11152.- i-.'.2Vq.' gjail Q53 7:1 'hal 'W . . i lla?--' E i'--15" "La 'VQITEV-3 law' i: .vi my .r ,:. ,,v.-gi. . ,ew . if- . ' 1 r 1, Buccaneers fl Q6f1fZ'ff"4 APTAINED by Mack Carlisle, the Buccaneers' Club presented a full program of service and en- tertainment. Early in the year, a father and son banquet was given in honor of the boys' fathers, while later on a reception was held for- their mothers. Both the banquet and tea were well attended. Supplies for charity work to be done by the club were obtained i by receiving donations as the admission fee to some of the season's basketball games. In this manner much help was given to the needy i MACK CARLISLE CAPTAIN OF BUCCANEERS through the club's interested activity. In the social line, two dances were sponsored by the club for its members. Also, in addition to these two, a dance was held especially for the tenth grade students who will be graduating into junior college this year, All of the dances were very successful. Bob Cowger as first mate and Ernest Bagley as quartermaster have shared the responsibilities of the club with their captain. It is these three officers of the club who have been instrumental in presenting such a well-rounded year's program. The Buccaneers' Club is unique in the fact that it carries out completely the theme of Ventura Junior College. The Ventura Junior College students are called the "Pirates" and the emblem of the school is a pi- rate flag. That is why the title "Captain" is applied to the head of the organization instead ofthe conventional and colorless, "President of the Men's Student Body." page sixteen BOCDK TWC Pancho the Pirate Poses in Front of the San Buenaventura Mission 4 Q ourteens l i l l l l.Tl-IOUGH the first semester for the fourteens was a bit humdrum, the second semester cul- minated in a round of activities with President Ernest Bagley, Vice- President Bret Reed, and Secretary Roberta Cook all cooperating to make the class business run smoothly. A class day assembly started the traditional round of fourteen activities at the end of their outgoing semester. A class picnic was followed by the customary pre-graduation breakfast at Pierpont lnn. An innovation this year took the form of a dinner-dance held at . , . . . BAGLEY El Paseo in Santa Barbara, the affair being formal and exclusively for PRESIDENT the fourteens and their guests. Mack Carlisle, Captain of the- Bucca- v.CE.'.3ffs'?DENT neers organization, was in charge of financial arrangements, and SESSEQQQY - those attending voted the affair an outstanding success and a worthy tradition to be carried down by the four- teen classes. Also on the social prograrn of the graduating class was a picnic at Lyons l-lot Springs given in their honor by the newly formed Ventura Junior College Alumni Society, which, under skillful management and free to all fourteen classmen, presented a variety of activities-swimming, hiking, and tennis being topped off by an appetizing lunch and an entertaining program. L Y All class activities were culminated when students donned- their caps and gowns for formal gradua- tion ceremonies on the Junior College campus, receiving their diplomas in a colorful setting the morning of Thursday, June llth. A page :eveniqcxn ' I L. I-.I ,-,Al ., .gt I .. . ,Q ,I :Num wimm Ifffivx .r-I. 'Q I ' 7C'.Lf'iL14,I I-Er" 'QT-' A h'f'WI:3TI SEP' t-i E 345. 5..I..Ig .WI 3x Sew.: LI I' . I . ... I 'I K-I Y hnid PETA 'IIIM' . 6 like ,M Ex A ' - I " 'e'1,.s If-A . gf'A .x .nu wk C-HW V ' f' - -nal ' L "FH I-x.. 7'.?'.'gQ page eighteen Class of '36 AGGEN. ALVIN LIBERAL. AGRICULTURE OR LAW. ASSEMBLIES AMRHEIN, LORETETA MAY SECRETARIAL, HISTORY OR ENGLISH. GLEE CLUB, A CAPELLA, SPRING SHOW ANDERSON, ROBERT WILLIAM LIBERAL, SPANISH CLUB. PIRATE PENMEN, BASKETBALL, TREASURER I"II-Y '34 BAGLEY, ERNEST LIBERAL. FORESTRY. CLASS PRESIDENT '36, HONOR SOCIETY. PRESIDENT HI-Y '36. LETTER- MEN'S CLUB BARIEAU, ELANORE PRE-NURSING BARR, PEGGY MAE LIBERAL. I'IISTORY BARTLETT, MAYBELLE GENERAL. SECRETARIAL. PRESIDENT A.W.S. ':-Je. ASSEMBLY BOARD '36, SCHOLARSHIP CUP HoNoR, VICE PRES. W.A.A. '36 BENNETT, MARION GENERAL, SECRETARIAL. COMMERCIAL CLUB, INTERNATIONAL CLUB. ARCHERY CLUB, TYPING CONTEST "335 BIOCCA. SIRO BAPTIISTE LIBERAL. AGRICULTURE. VICE PRESIDENT FUTURE FARMERS '35, BAND. TREASURER FUTURE FARMERS '35 BISHOP, HARRY EUGENE LIBERAL. A CAPELLA. GLEE CLUB, SPRING SHOW, '35-'36. SPORTS, FOOTBALL BLAIR. EVELYN GENERAL. SECRETARIAL. REPORTER STUDENT COURT '34, LITERARY CLUB BOARDMAN, JAY LIBERAL. FORESTRY. TENNIS TEAM, A CAPELLA CHOIR, GLEE CLUB. SPRING SI-Iow':-15:36 BONETTI, BENNIE GENERAL BROWN. MARJORIE ALICE GENERAL, SOCIAL SCIENCE. PRESS CLUB. LITERARY CLUB, W.A.A., SPORTS BUCKNER. EDWARD W PRE-AGRICULTURE. ETOMOLOGY. PRESIDENT ARCHERY CLUB, '36, FOOTBALL '36 MILDRED BURNS LIBERAL. COMMERCIAL. PRESIDENT BOOSTERS CLUB, SPANISH CLUB. TENNIS. PRESIDENT FRENCH CLUB '34, A.W.S. CABINET Class of' 36 CAMPBELL. BOBBIE LIBERAL, DRAMATICS. COMMISSIONER ACTIVITIES '34, DRAMA. FRENCH CLUB.. PRES, PIRATE PENMEN, HONOR ROLL, A.W.S CABINET BUTLER, VERA EDNA GENERAL, SECRETARIAL SHORTHAND, CONTEST '35, SPORTS CANN. LUCILLE GENERAL CAMPBELL. RUTH LIBERAL, PSYCHOLOGY. LA REVISTA STAFF. SECRETARY FRENCH CLUB '34. SEC. PIPRATE PENMEN, INTERNATIONAL CLUB, STUDIO NIGHT CARLSON, LEONARD F. GENERAL. COMMERCIAL CONTESTS '35-'36 CARLISLE, FREDRICK MACKLIN PRE-ENGINEERING, PETROLEUM ENGINEERING COMMISSIONER ATHLETICS '35, ASSEMBLY BOARD. FOOTBALL, CAPTAIN BUCCANEERS '35-'36 HI-Y, MANAGER TRACK '33 COOKE, ROBERTA , GENERAL, HOME ECONOMICS. SECRETARY 14 CLASS, GLEE CLUB. PIRATE PRESS CLUB. SPRING SHOW. STUDIO NIGHT CHAMBERLAIN. LOLA MARIE PRE-AGRICULTURE, PLANT PATHOLOGY. VICE PRESIDENT INTERNATIONAL CLUB '33, DIAMYO SLUB. ORCHESTRA, STUDIO NIGHT, VV.A.A.. PORTS COULTAS. ROBERT LIBERAL, HISTORY. BOOSTERS CLUB, SPANISH CLUB. FATHERS. SONS BANQUET COMMITTEE COONEY, ELIZABETH LIBERAL, SCIENCE AND ARTS. FASHION SHOW '36. ART CLUB, TENNIS, TRI-Y. FRESH CLUB. SPANISH CLUB, DANCE COMMITTEES, SPORTS CUMMINGS. HELEN ELIZABETH LIBERAL. COMMISSIONER OF ACTIIVTIES '35, DRAMA, GLEE CLUB. A CAPELLA CHOIR, STUDIO NIGHT, SPRING SHOW CRYDER. OLIVER R. GENERAL, AUTO-MECHANICS. HI-Y, J, C. FOOT- BALL. J. C. TRACK CHAIRMAN BUCCANEERS SKATING PARTY DALY, KATHERINE CAROLINE LIBERAL. PRE-LAW INTERNATIONAL CLUB, DRAMA DAILY, KATHERINE CAROLINE LIBERAL. STUDIO NIGHT, TENNIS, SPORTS DANCE COMMITTEES DESERPA, MARY BELL LIBERAL, NIUSIC. GLEEVCLUB, ARTIST CLUB BOARD, SPRING SHOW. GLEE CLUB ACCOMPANIST, ASSEMBLIES, AMATEUR PROGRAM DEBONI. JOHN PRE-ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF LA REVISTA I Page nineteen 0' I 'I . ,XI 'I . 11 Q . ga if-?1 'G 3 KVA' rw 'IR I I - 'I 'lf 3513?-I 1-'ljxt-TQLI 1T.Z'TI,fI . ,v 1192" IQI,-.RRI ,A-NG. k M K: r .4 I1 Ev- ghff I LI ' . Pi, .2 'PP' " 21+ .' ISE, IVE III mg? Ilrxki' '.Y,'- ' IFS'-' . 1.4645 WAKI .f- Im'-1:'.' .I ...,..:1 IG WSW N21 I' -513. 1 If I- .I- .., , I?-.I H., ."?'?:f-fl 1 +4 page twenty Class of '36 DEWAR, WILFRED EDWARD LIBERAL, LAW. GLEE CLUB. SPRING SHOW, DRAMA. SPORTS, TENNIS. DIPPEL, PAUL G. LIBERAL. BAND, ESTEDDFOD '36, TUBA SOLOIST DONOHO, JAMES LIBERAL BASKETBALL EDDY, VERA ETTA GENERAL. SECRET'ARIAL HONOR ROLL '34- 5-'36 EDMONDSON. JACK BARKER GENERAL HI-Y EDWARDS, MELBA RUTH LIBERAL. COMMISSIONER OF ACTIVITIES '36 PIRATE PRESS STAFF. SEC. ASSEMBLY BOARD W.A.A.. AW.S. FASHION SHOW EMERICK. WALTER F. GENERAL. SERVICE CLUB. PRESIDENT OF II CLASS '33, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL FOSTER. RUSSELL M. GENERAL, A CAPELLA CHOIR, GLEE CLUB, SPRING SHOW. HI-Y. SPANISH CLUB, BOOSTERS CLUB, BASKETBALL GALLAGHER, EDWARD J. LIBERAL. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. PRESIDENT STUDENT BODY '36, ASSEMBLY BOARD. J. C. PFOOTBALL. LETTERMEN'S CLUB GONSMAN, GEORGE A. GENERAL. ARCHERY CLUB '36, SPORTS GRANT, RAYMOND ALVIN GENERAL. SECRETARY LETTERMEN' CLUB. FOOTBALL, BASEBALL HALL, CONSTANCE LAURA LIBERAL, ENGLISH. HONOR ROLL. SECRETARY SPANISH CLUB, FRENCH CLUB. INTERNATIONAL CLUB, PIRATE PENMEN, LITERARY CLUB HARRISON, GENOLA MAY GENERAL, SECRETARIAL. GLEE CLUB, SPRING SHOW. LIBRARY CLUB HENDRICKSON, MARION PRE-NURSING. A CAPELLA CHOIR, GLEE CLUB, SPRING SHOW HOLDEN, DORIS LIBERAL, EDUCATION. W.A.A.. ARCHERY CLUB. ORCHESTRA, SPRING SI-Iow, CHRISTMAS SHOW, TENNIS. PLAY DAY HOWARD. NAOMI LIBERAL, ENGLISH. HONOR ROLL, SPANISH CLUB, DRAMA, TENNIS Class of '36 JAMES, GENEVA SECRETARIAL. FRENCH CLUB. TENNIS HURLEY, CATHERINE BRIGID LIBERAL. EDUCATION HONOR ROLL, '35, '36, FRENCH CLUB KALBAUGH, KATHRYN ANNIE PRE-NURSING. COMMERCIAL CLUB JANSSEN. DOROTHY GERTRUDE GENERAL, ART. SECRETARY FOR COMMISSIONERS '34,' TYPING CONTEST. ART CLUB. DANCE COMMITTEES KERFOOT, DESMOND A. GENERAL. ACCOUNTING. DRAMA. DEBATE, STAGE CRAFT KELLER. CHARLES RICHARD JR. LIBERAL, ENGLISH. DRAMA, AMATEUR PROGRAM. ASSEMBLIES KINSEY. MARY JOICE LIBERAL. EDUCATION. HONOR ROLL. DRAMA. FRENCH CLUB, DANCE COMMITTEES. SPORTS KERR. MARGARET LIBERAL. EDUCATION. SECRETARY W.A.A. ':-13. W.A.A. CLASS REPRESENTATIVES. SPORTS, SWIMMING CONTEST 35 LAKE. MARY ELIZABETH GENERAL. SECRETARIAL. RECORDING SECRETARY VV.A.A., STUDIO NIGHT. SPORTS KIRSCH, MARTHA MARY LIBERAL, ART. ART CLUB. BOOSTER CLUB. DRAMA. QUEEN OF FORMAL '34 LAUBACHER. FRANK J. LIBERAL. PHARMACY. EDITOR LA REVISTA. COMMISSIONER ATHLETICS '35. PRESIDENT DENT BODY '35, J. C. FOOTBALL. TRACK LAPPIN, ALVIN ROGER LIBERAL. WOODWORKING. HONOR ROLL '3S.'36. RADIO WORK LEE, CHARLES JR, LIBERAL. COMMERCE HONOR ROLL. SPANISH CLUB. HI-Y LAWTON, JOHN JR. PRE-LEGAL, LAW LINCOLN. ROSMOND WINNONA LIBERAL. ENGLISH. HONOR ROLL '35.'36 LINDSAY, J. ROBERT LIBERAL. NAVAL AVIATION. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF LA REVISTA. TENNIS. FOOTBALL STU. W' J I ge twenty-o .12 -i I-I VI Y. I I .. ' w ,I fn 51 .HQ If-111.i' ..f.a:1 1 '1-MQ I. .536-'1 .1 ,',,,-rrgji Ms MW-1?I IH4fH":'-,551 !,...1,.. -44, 'hm 1. 155+ ff-' I' f .. . ,W ,J I. I Q In 5' 'I II- ' '?"I-'-H: ' '-'44I,'I I 4... ,,,., : iff : f'9f2:gfgQ'4" .. ,x'.':..,4fM ,' I a3"'-RIIEQTI., IREM? , I .5-113-.X f' 'R 54. -,ww . ..,,, ,, W. .L I'I-I' QHMII -. ' .,' -fm , - '11 I' M '1' 7,251 71? I c twenty-two Class of 936 LINNETT, ROBERT DONLON GENERAL. EDITOR LA REVISTA, COMMISSIONER PUBLICATIONS '35, PRESIDENT PRESS CLUB '36, PIRATE PRESS STAFF MANU LAT, PAU LO LIBERAL. ENGLISH MARQUEZ, CARLOTTA GENERAL. SECRETARIAL, VV.A.A., STUDIO NIGHT. SPORTS. PLAY DAY MARVIN, VIRGINIA CLAIRE LIBERAL, PHARMACY. FRENCH CLUB. COMMITTEES MASUNAGA. MASATOMA SENSHO LIBERAL, SCIENCE. DRAMA, "LET WHO WILL BE CLEVERU MEADORQWILLA LUCILLE LIBERAL. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. J. C. ORCHESTRA, SPRING SHOW. DRAMA, TOAST- MASTER'S SPEECH CONTEST '34, ASSEMBLIES MERRILL. RICHARD THOMPSON LIBERAL, AGRICULTURE. FUTURE FARMERS- GLEE CLUB. SPRING SHOW, TENNIS, SPORTS MISIKIFSKI, HELEN LIBERAL, HOME ECONOMICS. BOOSTERS CLUB. TENNIS. DANCE COMMITTEES MCADAMS. MARION LIBERAL. EDUCATION. LIBRARY CLUB MCCONICA, JOHN ROBERT LIBERAL, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MCGHEE, HAROLD G. GENERAL, DRAMA- COMMERCIAL CONTESTS, BASKETBALL. BASEBALL MCGRATH, KATHLEEN PRE-MEDICAL. BACTERIOLOGY, FRENCH CLUB, A.VV.S. COMMITTEES NEWCOMB, CARLETON A. PRE-ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING HONOR ROLL '35- 36 NEWBILL, RAYMON T. PRE-AGRICULTURE, PLANT SCI'ENCE. VICE PRESIDENT FUTURE FARMERS 36. CHAIRMAN JUDGING CONTEST. HONORS FOR GEE PROJECT NEWBILL, RUTH GENERAL OLIVER, KATHRYN L. LIBERAL, EDUCATION. COMMISSIONER ACTIVITIES '34, FRENCH CLUB. W.A.A. BOOSTERS CLUB, YELL LEADER '33, DRAMA, FOLLIES OF '33 Class of '36 PACKER, GARLAND CLOUD GENERAL, ACCOUNTING ORMSBY, D. HARPER AERO-MECHANICS MECHANICAL ARTS SPORTS. DEBATE PEAVY. RODOLPH FRANKLIN PRE-ENGINEERING PAYTON, WILMA ARLENE GENERAL, COMMERCIAL RAMONETTE, RICHARD HARRY LIBERAL, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION POWER, ROBERT LIBERAL. AUTOMOTIVE, ASSEMBLIES REED, BRET HUGH LIBERAL, ACCOUNTING. VICE PRESIDENT HI-Y. CITIZENSHIP AWARD '35, HONOR ROLL, VICE PRESIDENT I4 CLASS REASON, MAXINE A. GENERAL. SECRETARIAL. GLEE CLUB '33, SPRING SHOW RICHARDSON, GEORGE T. LIBERAL. SOCIAL SCIENCE. LA REVISTA STAFF, COMMISSIONER FINANCE '35. HONOR ROLL, PIRATE PENMEN CLUB, PIRATE PRESS STAFF, PRESS CLUB RICH, SAUL PRE.AGRICULTURE. PLANT SCIENCE. HONOR ROLL '34-'35-'36. TRACK, SPORTS ROBERTSON, MARY MARGARET GENERAL. SECRETARIAL, GLEE CLUB, DRAMA, BELFORD ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RIDER. HULBURT LIBERAL, BAND. DRAMA, BASEBALL TEAM SEE, GEORGE MELVIN GENERAL. BOOSTERS CLUB. DIAMYO CLUB, SPANISH CLUB, TRACK 34 ROWDEN- EDYTHE ROSE LIBERAL, FOREIGN LANGUAGE, FRENCH CLUB. TENNIS SMITH, CAROL ELAINE LIBERAL, PRE-MEDIDCAL. FRENCH CLUB, W.A.A., SWIMMING MANAGER. TENNIS, ARCHERY CLUB. SPORTS SHEPHERD, WANDA LUCENE LIBERAL. ENGLISH. PRESIDENT LIBRARY CLUB. PIRATE PENMEN, SPANISH CLUB, GLEE CLUB, HONOR ROLL, CITIZENSHIP AWARD '34 page twenty-th: -SI hj.'t..1 " fm! ' I , -II !fi::'xIi.'Tfi -fmsf a .... T --TI-. .. -. .. .J VII AH., In 1'-. 'I' ' ,qi 'II TS T' .-- ' 11: Id I -'5jN:.3.11 'Jil 1 .TI.1I'IQI ,-IQCIPQFI . ' ri .I-w '5- ' 9 'I mf Qf? I, W fwffiiffi f,Zi,"i.fIi YQ :3":1R' f -C., .ITL , T, .Q E A age twenty-four Class of 936 SMITH, KEITH A. GENERAL, HI-Y, '34-'36,BUCCANEERS COMMITTEES STUCK, DOROTHY ELLEN LIBERAL. ENGLISH. INTERNATIONAL CLUB. PRESIDENT LIBRARY CLUB, SPANISH CLUB, HONOR ROLL TABER. LLOYD W, PRE-LAW, LAW, ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER PIRATE PRESS, DRAMA. FOOTBALL MANAGER. PRESS CLUB. LETTERMEN'S CLUB TEFFERTELLER, SCOTTIE JUNE LIBERAL, FOREIGN LANGUAGE. I4 CLASS A.W.S. REPRESENTATIVE, SPANISH CLUB TODD. WILBUR LIBERAL, CHEMISITRY, HONOR ROLL, JUDGE STUDENT COURT 35. TENNIS '35 TRUSTY. EUGENE PRE-AGRICULTURE. AGRICULTURE. FUTURE FARMERS. CITRUS SHOW- BAND. TENNIS VANONI, MELBA NORA GENERAL. SECRETARIAL, HONOR ROLL, LIBRARY x CLUB, T YPING CONTESTS VINSON, ROY PRE-COMMERCE. COMMERCE WAGNER, JOSEPHINE LIBERAL, ENGLISH, PRESIDENT W.A.A. '36. SPANISH CLUB, A.W.S, CONVENTION. CHAIRMAN I4 CLASS DAY, SECRETARY W.A.A. '34 ,gps WATSON. WARD, DOROTHY R. LIBERAL. ENGLISH, W.A.A.. SPANISH CLUB. HOCKEY FLORENCE JANE GENERAL. SECRETARIAL. W.A.A. SECRETARY '35 WATERS, JOHN EDWARD LIBERAL. HORTICULTURE, TREASURER FUTURE FARMERS '35, CITRUS SHow '35, TENNIS. CHIEF JUSTICE STUDENT COURT '35 WAY. JEAN C. GENERAL, ART, A.W.S. CABINET. ART CLUB. SPRING SHOW, FASHION SHOW. DANCE COMMITTEE WEIDMAN, MARY JANE WEISTER. PRE.MED LIBERAL, ART, ART CLUB. DECORATION COMMITTEE EASTER DANCE ARTHUR EUGENE WELSH, BARBARA LOREI N GENERAL, HOME ECONOMICS, FASHION SHOW '35 STYLE SHOW '36 Class of '36 ' WIGNALL, REX WILEY PRE-AGRICULTU E, PL P ROLL '35, I:-I CLIAss PRIQSIG-RAIIITHOLOGY' HONOR ' ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE WHITE, VERNON VAUGHN PRE-AGRICULTURE, AGRICULTURE MANAGER TRACK TEAM, DRAMA WITTMAN, HENRIETTA J. LIBERAL, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, VV.A.A-. ARCHERY CLUB, SPORTS, PLAY DAY DONAL HARRY WILLARD. ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TENNIS, COMMITTEES YOUNG. ALBERT GENERAL. JJ .C YEAROUT. WILLIAM M. JR GENERAL, MANAGER BASE ZAPF, V. RUTH .FOOTBALLI LETTERMEN' CLUB BALL TEAM '36, SPORTS LIBERAL, PRESIDENT VV.A.A. '34, SPANISH CLUB. HONOR ROLL, STUDENT COURT REPRESENTATIVE. TENNIS, SPORTS ZANDER, DAVID W. LIBERAL, ADVERTISING STAFF PIRATE PRESS, TENNIS, LETTERMEN'S CLUB. FRENCH CLUB, PIRATE PENMEN. GOLF BRIDE, CHARLEY DENNISON, JANE GRADUATING STUDENTS ERICKSON, ARTHUR FRASER. MARJORIE GRIFFIN. MAXWELL HARPOLD, NELSON HENDRICK, CAROL HILL. TERRY KENNISTON. LELAND KENNEDY, EARL MOON, VERNE MOORE, DOROTHY MOORE, JANE NIGHSWONGER. ROY THOMPSON, GEORGE VANIMAN, CARROLL WALTER, NORMAN WHEELER. BILL page twenty-five N .f-. -ca KRW? FWJZL. .. .. ,,., 63533 15 ,ting I cw 'Ax -tiff-3:55 ,, ,,.g,,f'5g sf.F.,.,3 i i "mt T. .gags QT.-vQ'.3'.": tx Ks-3 1 gpmk Wu., ty hirteens HE Tl-HRTEENS had very able administration officers in Charles August, president, John Al- berts, vice-president, and Buellah l-larrison, secretary. Although hampered by the tact that they are an "in-between" class and a studious group, the thirteens managed to put on one of the best assemblies of the year. The program took the form of a pseudo radio skit. Jack and Caroline Rains directed the entertain- ment which included Mary Weidemann, William Vedel, James Tig- ner, Alvina Ross, Leland Kenniston, and Elizabeth Smith. A skating party sponsored by the class at the Casino Roller Rink ALBERTS vicE.pREsinENf was an added activity which was well attended and a financial suc- HANsoN SECRETARY The thirteens also proved prominent in other extra-curricular activities, campus politics, dramatics, and athletics being among the number. A new Junior College organization in the form of a Lettermen's Club was instituted by Charles August, class president. Admittance to the club is restricted to those whose athletic ability has been rewarded by the presentation of the traditional V. J A solemn vow to carry on the fourteen tradition in the year to follow, closed the term's activity for members ot the thirteen class. page twently-six hirteens ,- a .lf iv .N , ,w E131 n S 4 ' S, I . KF? L' , f, Q f 45 L 4' 5 'i' A 'h,I,i ' 8- o..' V ' za, ' Q15 1 V ,c vga N' ,,' . 19? 4 .gff.' H .- I B Q., , 7 .-V-,7,5xa4.,gg,, 1 . ,1 A kqyua -i5L 1 ' Vu, : 5 , if J .. I ,I Q -, .L . -if 1 ' V AKERS BARTEAU ARNOLD BARTRAM ATEN BIEHL Auausf aooxsn BAGLEY BoRcHERs BANHART BOUCHER QQ 55 ggi BOVEE BRAZIL BROKAW BROAKlE BROWN BROWN Q F 12,1 v Ax K' T 4, Q, V f .f B .vkdi Q. cgigg .' fkQ.Q V ., ,. v -, ff fu f Ly.. Q ' A ii' . . Ai"- ,r r fri, I Z !K4' f r Y 1 MQ ,,fa9':' . I S v 5 6 B. CALVERT K. CALVERT CARPENTER CLIVER DAVIS DENNISON r V: 'Q I3 ,' w 4' ur lkpQQql'N fists Q. 45 f T Q if 5 'H F' , 1 A . F . , ,K ' 1- A A , ii F 0 1 J ORA '15 R4a', w 1 .M NHSL - ll 1 "Q ," 1 Q x 9' ' DENNISON FERAUD DETERS FRENCH DOLAN FuRNAss DUVAL GARMAN ECKSTADT GIBSON ESTES GIBSON fzage twenty-seven! x2'IyfI-5 "'I ,.'x.I ' F- ,I 'NND III.. MI: "R R49 QL I I I , .,-.. Ig.-,X I I , I. .,.- -lr. -.I.4 .- 'L".I1"fS1- .. yi w'4g5 A 1 2 Q I1 , . ..- If Ir: 1 I I -':I 5, .,l.I... ,aug ff, 5, A 'I In I-'II I1 'N 'W .fa +I .4 11. ,, , '-In !:?'oS' 1f ,K SPS 35 Nwiw?f 0 hlrteens if f'lI"i4 Q QQRI I I- . -5 K I 4. I'-vw ff V- I j,"f"1 I-rn!! j 'I . L'-xv I - - .E' I . A . . . 1 ii WVf" . t I js' I . , ,I " if, WL, Q45 ,, Lx , f x K V '1 Nl U' .' J' V.,, Xml I Nfl ' ' I 1 - 4 H ' - ht J, 4- I. FHM. -1- .fif 'V. Q Wu- l I . I LM., I 'A-ii U Sxxyf Q . GILMORE HIGGINS GOWLAND HYDE HALL JOHNSON HARRISON KAWATA HARTMAN KEITH l HEDGES KILE page twenty-eigh . ' .II v'!FI I .,,,, .. W , 'A . ,if . 4 ' I M4 Qui I I, l I, ! X . I 51k . if'w ,yt V LAWRENCE LILLY LUND MACRAE MILLER MILLER If. rx IfL,I nu. - I I QI MORAGA MEYERS MYERS MCCALL MCDIVITT MCINTIRE wa I I ",,'5'. .'f'.1f.-' fm-, " 'if I ,WA .QI ,Lux may NICHOLSON OTA PALMER PALOMARES PENLAND FFEILER PICKERING POTTS PYTELSKE RANDALL RANDALL RASNIUSSEN Thirteens as i 'PSV I I I , 3 5 , ! I H . I. r IQEIEL Z 'T' I X IQAXQL I I , I 'A-1, 'fan RICHARDSON ROLLS ROSS ROSE SAYLOR SAXE ' L asm. K 'I I ra I IX " .I '5 , I I . I .'1h .fxfn-l . A I liliiti Liss as eu 'WZ I'N In IIN' ..h..,.. .. it J a T 'I scnsu. 'ruRNER sr-:ARPE VEAL:-: smm-I A. WARREN swam-I o. WARREN STRAIT wfmmuc s'rmcKl.AND wA1'KrNs I ITS Ik, "".' 'Wav 6 ,I ik- WHITE L. WHITE WILKIE WILLEY WILLIAMS WILSON -f 5 . A gh WIMEER WINIKER WINTER STUART BOHRMAN VE DEL page twenty-nine WB VBS STRONG competitive spirit marked the l2th year politics. Tom Myer President, Bob Nye Vice President, and Mildred Roberts Secretary, were elected to office on a small majority. Speeches for candidates and pamphlets gave ad- ded interest to the race for office. The l2s pooled their energies in a Christmas drive. Numerous posters, radio speeches, and class room talks, advertised their cam- paign to fill the traditional barrel with donations to be distributed to the needy. l For their annual student body assembly, members of the class lxsglgsgl demonstrated their ability in the dramatic arts. A playlet "l-lome on V'Cf,g'QEFi2iNT the Range" and musical numbers made up a very effective program. i'Z55f'iT5 ln womens sports, the l2th grade girls were the only competi- tors to stop the victorious l4s from walking off with complete honors in the field of athletics. Although non-victorious in football, the Prep basketeers and spikesters had an exceptionally success- ful year with a majority of the participants from the tweIve's class. P485 thirty Twelves 1 AUSTIN, EDWARD PATRICK 0 J. C., FOOTBALL, TRACK 0 AUBREY, JEAN ELIZABETH Q J, C., BOOsTERs CLUB, COMMITTEES ALEXAKIS, GEORGE JOHN J. C., TRACK, BOOSTERS CLUB BACON, VIRGINIA MARGARET BUSINESS SCHOOL, HONOR ROLL. LIBRARY CLUB BALTZER, JAMES ALEX J. C.. HI-Y, FUTURE FARMERS, FOOTBALL, TRACK BARKER. HELEN F. S. B. STATE, HONOR ROLL, BOOSTERS CLUB BELL, ELLA MARIE LAW SCHOOL, W.A.A., GYM REPORTER BIRNEL. EDNA VIOLA HONOR ROLL NURSING. W.A.A., STATE ESSAY CONTEST. BARTLETT, DONALD D. VERGIL J .C., BASKETBALL, TRACK, BOOSTERS CLUB BOZEMAN. MILDRED JANE J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB, LIBRARY CHAIRMAN S. P. BLAKEMAN, EARLE WORK, TRACK, COMMERCIAL CONTES T'36 BISHOP, JEANNE S. B. STATE. W.A.A., GLEE CLUB, ORCHESTRA, BOOSTERS BROWN, WINNIE ELAINE J. C., HONOR ROLL, W.A.A., BOOSTERS CLUB BROWN, FRANCIS MARION J. C., W.A.A., PRESIDENT SOCIOLOGY CLASS BROCK, TED J. C. BURT. CLYDE JOHN CAL. TECH., HI-Y, BOOSTERS CLUB. USHER BRYANT. BEATRICE BELLE J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB, DECORATIONS COMMITTEE BROWN, OLIVE H. - NURSING. DRAMA, ART CLUB, GLEE CLUB CATLIN, MARION ESTHER J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB, STUDIO NIGHT CARLTON. BIRDIE ELLA J. C. CARLISLE, HELEN MARGARET J. H. CLINIC ASSISTANT CHAFFEE. BARBARA ATKINSON HOUSEKEEPING CAWELTI, DALLAS VERLE L. A., SPRING FASHION SHOW, CASEY. ROBERT GILROY J. C., BAND, FOOTBALL, ORCHESTRA CHAVEZ, RALPH JOSEPH J. C.. BOOSTERS CLUB, BASKETBALL CHANEY, ARTHUR WORK, HI-Y, BAND, DRAMA, GAMES USHER. ASSEMBLIES ' ' CHAMBERS, ADA WARREN J. C., ART CLUB, HONOR ROLL, LIBRARY CLUB page thirty-on Elf J In Ng' ' 1 . . 11 ' I 5 tif: ' P"-r. sb. ' I W Y MZ' f ' , fb ' new 4 ' S 0' . A 'R- 'I . iff- tc: fy - -"XT .-xi' .2 Ig . P 1 -iflwxf :. I K'-Wie' -I' 'azf-I-5? 1-:'.iHw-rv ' A III -.."fI . . ,+,.:,I. ge thirty-tw Twelves CHRISTIE, HELEN J. C., DRAMA, SPRING FASHION SHOW, STUDIO NIGHT COFFMAN, WINIFRED EVELYNE J. C., W.A.A., BOOSTERS CLUB, S. P. LIBRARIAN CLARK, MARGUERITE ROBERTA J. C.. GLEE CLUB, A CAPELLA, SPRING SI-Iow. BOOSTERS CORN, ALFRED LEE J. C., BASKETBALL, BOOSTERS CLUB CRAIG, ESTELLA MAE J. C.. COMMERCIAL DAANE. JOHN BOOSTERS CLUB, FOOTBALL, LETTERMEN'S CLUB DENNISON, OLIVE JANETTE COLLEGE, PIRATE PENMEN. BOOSTERS CLUB. COMMITTEES DESERPA, ELIZABETH CLARE J. C., GLEE CLUB. SONG AND YELL LEADER. 'Y STUDIO NIGHT, DRAMA DESILVA, ANNA ' WoRK, S. P. NEws REPORTER DETTERQELLABETI-I ANN STANFORD. CITIZENSHIP AWARD PRESS STAFF DIRKES, HENRY JAMES JR. J. C.. BOOSTERS CLUB, TRACK DONSWKY. GEORGE EDWARD TRADE SCHOOL, FOOTBALL, BOOSTERS CLUB DREW, MELVIN EUGENE J. C.. GLEE CLUB. FOOTBALL, HONOR ROLL, SPRING SHOW DUDLEY, MILDRED ADALAIDE U. C.. GLEE CLUB. HONOR ROLL. A CAPELLA, SPRING SI-Iow DUGAS, BERTHA CLAIRE J. C., A. W. S. CABINET, I2 CLASS SECRETARY PIRATE PRESS STAFF DYSART. HARRY PAT J. C, FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, LETTERMEN'S CLUB DUVAL, EDWIN MERCHANT MARINE. SCIENCE EX. CONTEST WINNER. HONOR ROLL EDDY. GERALD J. C. FAES, LILA MARIAN J. C., FASHION SHOW, COMMITTEES FIX. BETTIE ELIZABETH BUSINESS COLLEGE. FASHION SHOW, P. P. NEWS REPORTER FOSSATI, SILVIO J. C., HI-Y, FUTURE FARMERS, BOOSTERS CLUB FOUHSE, IRENE R. J. C., HONOR ROLL, SHORT-HAND CONTEST FRETWELL. ALMA F. J. C.. STUDIO NIGHT. S. P. LIBRARIAN FROST, NORMAN E. J. C., MECHANICS GARCIA, RAYMOND BERNARD J. C.. FOOTBALL, TRACK, LETTERMEN'S CLUB. BOOSTERS GARIBALDI, DELPHINE J. C., HONOR ROLL. COMMITTEES GARMAN. FRANCIS KATHLEEN J. C., A.W.S, CABINET, BOOSTERS CLUB, FASHION SHOW Twelves GORDEN, MARY A. BEAUTY COLLEGE GOFF, BETTY MAE J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB, S. P. PRESIDENT. COMMITTEES GATES, EVELYN LEE J. C., STUDIO NIGHT. FASHION SI-Iow, P.-T.A. TEA GOWEN, PAULINE BEAUTY COLLEGE, DRAMA, S. P. SECRETARY GOULD, HELEN MAE J. C., W.A.A., BOOSTERS CLUB, FASHION SHOW GOULD, RICHARD LESLIE J. C., BAND. FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL BOOSTERS CLUB GRAVES, JEANNE MARCIA J. C., DRAMA, HONOR ROLL, DRAMA WORK SHOP, BOOSTERS GRAHAM. CALVIN ALFRED COLLEGE. A CAPELLA, TRACK, BOOSTERS, SPRING SHOW GRAGG. HAROLD C. DENTRISTY SCHOOL, BAND, BASKETBALL, LETTERMEN'S CLUB HAMMOND, HARRY REGINALD J. C., II CLASS PRESIDENT, PRESS STAFF. COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE '35 HAGEN, RALPH HAROLD J. C., HI.Y, FOOTBALL GAMES USI-IER GREENAMYRE, JOHN HUBERT J. C., HI-v. BOOSTERS CLUB. FOOTBALL GAMES USHER HILL. MARION H. J. C., FUTURE FARMERS, BRONZE TYPING AWARD, BOOSTERS HENRY, JEANNE MARIE J. C., NURSING HARDY. MELBA FRANCIS BEAUTY SCHOOL, SHORT-HAND CONTEST '35 HOLDEN, JOHN GORDEN JR. J. C., FOOTBALL, PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF, ORCHESTRA HOLLIS, THELMA VVORK HITCH, RUTH ANN J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB. COMMITTEES HORNBUCKLE, JESSE LEE J. C.. CITIZENSHIP AWARD, LETTERMEN' CLUB. TRACK HOOTMAN. CHARLES EDWARD J. C. HOLMES, BOWDEN ARMSTRONG JR. J. C., MANAGER B. BASEBALL TEAM. HI.Y, BOOSTERS HUNTER, EDITH COVELL J. C.. HONOR ROLL, W.A.A., SPANISH CLUB. BOOSTERS HUFFMAN. FRANCIS DOCILLE CHAUNARD. GLEE CLUB, A CAPELLA, SPRING SHOW, DRAMA HOWE, CHARLES WILLIAM J. C., FOOTBALL, LETTERMEN' CLUB, TRACK. BOOSTERS JONES, EUNICE JANET J. C.. W. A. A., HONOR ROLL. BOOSTERS CLUB HURLEY. CARL E. J. C., FOOTBALL. LETTERMEN'S CLUB, GLEE CLUB HUNTER, JAMES MALCOM .I. C.. HI-Y D age th1 ,ffiid .'I .-I A gt' V. . Iv, ,"7!"f" 'I '.-Iii r'u'.y'T"i',tT 'v 1 ' ' P "V+ ':IffZIlI'? I Twelves JONES, PATRICIA EVA J. C., W.A.A., COUNTY TVPING CONTEST KAM, THEODORA WORK. BOOSTERS CLUB. S. P. PRESIDENT KING, CATHERINE DEMARKE J. C., ARCI-IERY CLUB, W.A.A., HONOR ROLL BOOSTERS KINGSTON, JACK BANE COLLEGE, BAND, HI.Y KNOX. ROBERT BURTON WORK KYLE, IMOGENE J. C.. S. P. RESEARCH COMMITTEE LAGOMARSINO, JAMES R. J. C., TRACK, 20-30 CLUB RELAY, BOOSTERS CLUB LAKE. CHARLES ASA J. C., FUTURE FARMERS, BAND, BOOSTERS CLUB LANGFORD. REVA EVELYN J. C., A CAPELLA, DRAMA ARTISTS CLUB, GLEE CLUB LARIMORE, ALFRED PERRY WORK, FOOTBALL, BAND, TRACK. ORCHESTRA, BOOSTERS LEARY, VERA J. C.. S. P. RESEARCH COMMITTEES LIKENS, JANE EILEEN ART SCHOOL, HONOR ROLL. ART CLUB. COMMITTEES ' LILLIE, MARJORIE A' J. C.. SONG AND YELL LEADER '35. SPRING SHOW, BOOSTERS LONG, ALLINE ' S. B. STATE. EDUCATION LUNSFORD, MARJORIE S. P. REPORTER MALLETTE. BETTE HARRIETTE NURSING, SONG AND YELL LEADER '35. FASHION SHOW MARTIN, GLENN THOMAS JR. J. C., ENGINEERING MEAD, JENET ALMA J. C., PRESS CLUB, BOOSTERS CLUB, DRAMA MILLER, CATHERINE BEVERLY J. C., W.A.A.. BOOSTERS CLUB. S. P. FILING CLERK MOORE, JOSEPH COLLEGE, TRACK L I MORRILL. ELMA I J C., A.W.S.. COMMERCIAL, ORCHESTRA MYERS. THOMAS EMMET 1 J. C.. PRES. I2 CLASS, LETTERMEN'S CLUB. HONOR ROLL I MCCALLISTER, DEE ' J. C., PIRATE PRESS MCCARTNEY, PHYLLIS GENERAL. A. VV. S. lzirty-fo MCCORMICK, JOHN T. J. C., CART. BUCCANEERS. FOOTBALL DRAMA, TENNIS MCINNES. MARJORIE IRENE J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB, SPORTS MCKINNEY, JACK E. Twelves NOGUES, BERNARD LOU IS WORK NEVAREZ, MARINO GEORGE WORK, BOOSTERS, CLUB, SPANISH CLUB. BASKETBALL NEHER, ROBERTA THERESA J. C., ARCHERY CLUB, HONOR ROLL. LIBRARY CLUB, TENNIS ORTON. JOHN J. C.. FOOTBALL. LETTERMEN'S CLUB. BASKETBALL OAKLEY. DOROTHY J. C., FASHION SHOW, DRAMA, BOOSTERS CLUB NYE. ROBERT R. J. C.. VICE PRES. I2 CLASS. FOOTBALL. LETTERMEN'S CLUB PETERSON, GAY BURNS J. C.. HI-Y, FASHION SHOW, J. C. PLAY USHER PEIRANO, GIOVANNA TERESA BEAUTY SCHOOL, HONOR ROLL. A CAPELLA. SPANISH CLUB PALM. CHARLES ARVID J. C., PIRATE PRESS STAFF, BOOSTERS CLUB PICKELEIMER. CHOLELDA J. C., W.A,A., TENNIS, COMMITTEES PHILLIPS. EARL F. J. C., TRACK PHILLIPS, DONALD M. J. C., FOOTBALL, I.ETTERMEN'S CLUB, TENNIS, TRACK REA. CHARLES EVANS U. C.. GLEE CLUB, J. C. QUARTET, TRACK, SPRING SHOW RALSTON. EDWARD DALE WORK PODOVI NNIKOFF. ALEX TRACK, FOOTBALL ROBERTS. MILDRED MONTA WORK. SEC. 12 CLASS, A.W.S. CABINET, A.W.S. VICE-PRES. RETZ, FRANCIS ARLENE SPRING FESTIVAL, BOOSTERS CLUB. COMMITTEES ' REARDON. JOHN W. J. C., SPANISH CLUB SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM E. J. C., FOOTBALL, A CAPELLA, BAND, GLEE CLUB, BOOSTERS RUGGLES, EVELYN E. J. C. ROUNDS. DOROTHY MAE J. C., COMMERCIAL SKEETERS, CLINE ARTIE J. C., BAND, BOOSTERS CLUB SHORT. MARGARET WORK SEELIG. CHARLES ALBERT J. C., FOOTBALL, LETTERMEN's CLUB SOREM, BEULAH LOUISE WORK, W.A.A., SPANISH CLUB, BOOSTERS CLUB SMITH, LOIS DAWN J. C., FASHION SHOW '35, W.A,A., BOOSTERS CLUB SLAUGHTER, JEANNE MAXINE J. C. .xl-7 -page thirty-fi - , . '. aj I ' ."j:?"1 4 I .- .Ani j,I."5I.4"I .x.,.':1 . , ,. 1 '. L, . I '. . ' .'I 4- -.L .I . '-'..'I'ir1 'I 'IZA I .. - I 21 , gi .I O xl f L. I. . ..-Q . f I--HS.. I, 'I I gc thirty-.I Twelves STANGER, THOMAS E. JR. J. C., HI-Y STEELE. FRED ALLEN J. C., FOOTBALL, YELL LEADER '35, LETTERMEN'S CLUB STEWART, KATHRYN J. C., HONOR ROLL, BOOSTERS CLUB. SUZUKI. TAKES J. C. SWADNER. ELISABETH J. C., HONOR ROLL, FASHION SHOW, LIBRARY CLUB TAKEMOTO, MASAMI DAVIS, FUTURE FARMERS TAYLOR, NELLIE MAY J. C., W.A.A., BOOSTERS CLUB THELLER. HUTTON W. U. C., FORESTRY TIGNER, JAMES L. DRAMA J. C., DRAMA, TRACK, THEATRE NIGHT, ASSEMBLIES THOMPSON. HELEN KATHLEEN BEAUTY SCHOOL, BOOSTERS CLUB. S. P. REPORTER TOBIAS. JOHN C. J. C., BAND, FOOTBALL, TRACK, GOLF TRIVETT. HAZEL J. C., SHORTHAND CONTEST '35 TRUSTY, WALTER J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB. 20-30 CLUB RELAY TUTTLE, ALFRED N. MUSIC SCHOOL, BAND. GLEE CLUB. ORCHESTRA. SPRING SHOW TUTTLE, JANE ELIZABETH J. C.. STUDIO NIGHT, W.A.A., DESIGNER OF W.A.A. SEAL VANONI, IVES J. C., HONOR ROLL VANONI, LEO WORK. PRES. FUTURE FARMERS '36 F. F. REPRESENTATIVE VICKLUND. LINDA J. C., ORCHESTRA, LIBRARY CLUB, SPRING CONCERT VORIS. JULIA J. C., BOOSTERS CLUB, S. P. REPORTER WALLACE. THOMAS CLARENCE JR. J. C, HI-Y, SPORTS WARREN. CARL EDWIN J C., TENNIS WEAR, BARBARA LOU ISE J. C.. HONOR ROLL, ORCHESTRA, SPRING SHOW, BOOSTERS WEBER, GARNET M. W.A.A., BOOSTERS CLUB, COMMITTEES WEBER, VIOLET E. J. C.. W. A, A., BOOSTERS CLUB SHORTHAND CERTIFICATE WESSEL, CURTIS WORK WIKER. ROBERT LEROY U. C., ELECTRICITY WILLARD, MARY EVELYN COLLEGE. HONOR ROLL, BOOSTERS C COMMITTEES LUB Twelves WRAY, OPHELIA J. C., A CAPELLA, HONOR ROLL, DRAMA, ARTISTS CLUB WILLIS, STERLING PRICE DAVIS, FOOTBALL, GLEE CLUB, FUTURE I FARMERS. GOLF YOUNGGREN. LEROY S. J. C., HI-Y, TENNIS, BOOSTERS CLUB YEAROUT, MAE BELL J. C., GLEE CLUB, ARCHERY CLUB, COMMITTEES BERLIN, CLIFFORD GRADUATING STUDENTS CALLAHAN, IRENE CALLAHAN, LO REN CHRISMAN, GABE COLLA, JOHN CONN. CHARLES CUDAHY, EMMETT DAVIS, JEFFERSON LAWHON. SIDNEY LEACH, ROBERT DEMUNBRUN. GUUYNEVERE EMDE, SHERILL EMMETT. JACK EPPERHEIMER, CARL FERRIS, JACK HALL, LEROY HAYS, DEEJAY HOGAN, BILL HOLDERBY, EARL JASON, ARDYCE .cl KIENS. WARREN LAMBERT, GRANVILLE LORRAINE. DOLLY LOTTON, HOWARD MORGAN. TOM MCCABE, PATRICIA MCPHERSON, CHUCK PETERS. FLOYD POLLOCK, ELWOOD REID. OTIS SALEM, RUSSELL SHEFF. MARION STIGERS. JACK SUYTAR. BILLY VALENCIA. RALPH WALTON. LILLIAN WHEELER, BOB J WILSON. BERNARD YOUNG, BOB page thirty-seven pd E evens l PEIRAPQC PRESIDENT PERSWATCHAVWCH VICE-PRESIDENT COWGAR SECRETARY NAALL-BOYS' cabinet smoothed out the ll's wrinkles and had the situation well in hand W this year. The cooperative feeling was very apparent in their class assem- bly which consisted of an amusingiskit and several musical selections. Their able support of the l2's in the Christmas Barrel Project also proved an ability to work together. Probably the biggest social event of the l l 's year was the enter- taining of their immediate underclassmen, those who expect to at- tend .l. C. next semester. Although the event was sponsord by the A. W. S. the ll's took the initiative and managed a complete suc- cess. ln order to familiarize the lO's with the jaysee grounds and buildings the l l 's took them on a tour of inspectiong then gave them an official welcome program and tea dance in the gayly decorated gym. Joe Peirano, President., Joe Perswatchavitch, Vice-President, and Bob Cowgar, Secretary, acted as a fi- nally selected group of leaders and were very assiting in making the eleventh year succssful. Though they were newcomers to the institution, they lent a helping hand in sport activities with their large turnout for every sport. ge thirty-eight E evens mm. -M I -if I f is ,vi I TM., , F U il F- L Q?" -if A 'T' ""'4' I I Q 2 , ,Q I 'H ff I , -. . I '1 I my I. I, . 'I ,' I I ,II ml AKERS ALEXAKIS AMESCUA AMESCUA ANDERSON ARNETT AYERS I I 2 A I Q1 I f- 1 I . v. , N lx . IIA I I i Y :Il ' I L '--fag' MI H I ' gg A . W, , 'Q I qv I a 'JI' I , ' lf . I' ' I w il I' ar I 9 J I Q '.mfmW I -:M Ti' .3 Q' - , A. " l . J aAacocK asowsu. emo aannum-r aAcLsv smcnrusuo am.-rzsn Buss anrmzs souuron sun-on Bowan BEATTIE aozmr HH I ,E xml ,.j A ALL WP, BWDE BRIGHT BRYSON BUARS BULLOUGH CALAVAN CARROLL 5 . . 4:3 ' .jg NV im sz ? Uv 'jk ,L -'Ii-2 Q1 ff ' ,:. ...,.. . If ?:gx Q4-W ,fi CASSIDY CHAPMAN CHURCH CLAIRE CLARK CLINE COMSTOCK I I 'm ? VW z aw' . ' X., I il .. , 3 , A I,-, ,A ,.. ,iw '51- I' "'2I' ' -,Liv . .. . L , I JF' 1 I-rf I , 'Q .W' , ma- ff, V 5. - vu., - s z - f 'iff U vw COOK DOANE CORBALEY DETERS COUNTS MAL COURTNEY DONNELLY COUSNS DORMAN cowc-AR DUKE CURTIS DUNNELL ge thirty-nine w I .,QL'x.L'Af' ' L' MILF iz -- L. :Ii,,g:', 'Iii 5' If-RAW, 57' 135154-.gp 9: P4lg,,,f.xi gy!!-fifA,fi ',:QQI'1I j,4.E:.,:,.-wr, Elevens V ,xl?A.1. I, QW " 'V" k , ,. . .' r..g I , A Q , - I -I I , I ,., I a. ' '- ,I A-., I-7, EASTON EATON EDMONDSON FIERRO FINLEY FISHER FISHER page forty I I I I ' I Y , 9, I gr I I SBI r si I " 5 .4-P. ' I ,4 'V' I 'Q GOODMAN GRIEG GREGG HAWKINS HAYS HEDGES HELLING 1 Q ,,.. ..... .,.,, , .,. I I I . f -I my-. HILFORD BAXTER HORTON HUFFMAN JOHNSON JOHNSON JONES V , ., , .. .-bf, -- 1 -4 ----.1 r Iv,- . I .I gv' I 'rg ff 'I 5 IW? - I ni -I .. il : " I f f " J 'I A ,. IT? "'?- 5 "trim: . a i F .1 ' 'j X ,.. fix... I lu'-'f.','1Jf"J5'Qf ITM?-ll' f"f:W:Iff I n -, XJ , 's W3 QQ, , im I gl 4 V..:1f - " ' 3' In-,,-. I A 4' , , , 3 XI. I 1:5 . . X' ll I , 54 , ,. . . e ? Qu- Q! , . I , I I, . . qu, .:,,, u 'Q N V I ,I ,Tiqgfjy I '-'I gf-:,f ,E - 4' ,Q . , 1.-. H, S: , ,:-'V A , KEITH MACDONALD MIX KELSEY MCPHERSON MYERS KENDALL MAGNUM MCCLUNG KINGSTON MAEBERRY MCCORMICK KOJIMA MAIERIO MCKINNEY LOBAN MIDDLECOFF NAKAYA LOWE MILLER NANCARROW If r N I NELSON NUMAN O'DONALD O'NEAL O'NEIL OPIE PACK E evens QR 14:2 1 , JAX , . 1 P I 'FM I 23 ,gf 1 1 1 X 4L4f W .sf .ff X PARKER PATELZICK PATTERSON PEIRANO PIDDUCK PINE POLLOCK L. I '? Bt M' I I 11 , . 4 -1 75 I 1 1'6 v I PRENTICE RAINS RANGER REED RICHARDSON RILEY ROGERS ' x ml F s 4 Q' A 1 1 'W - K, Ia LA Ak I . 1? ' F ' '1 1! Qi- I fi. I 'I ' I ,E ' qs. 1 ' 1 SHULLANBERGER STACY SMITH STANGER SMITH SUYTAR SMITH SUZUKI SMITH TABER SPARKS TAKASUGI SFLAWN TAYLOR v Yf., v 1 w'L 1 1 1 Esllti :vm , .M . LJ 1 . , 'Q f s I 1 1 , i 1 vl TAYLOR -ruonm-on TRUSTV VALENCIA WALKER WALLACE wnr Q I L4 1 1' Xa 1- I 1 218+ ' Nw" 1 K' f l . ,..., 5 F- , , 1 1 . 1 QQ! ef WEST WINKLER WOODWARD YARBROUGH KAYWOOD HARRIS HOLDERBY lv 2,14 I 1 if 6 . F' -ni- 1 'sg 9 np an l ISHAM JOHNSON KAY5 KIRCH KNEIF' MCBRIDE MCKINNEY page orty one "1 fl Qt, 3 Ci" l alt? 1, Eseiii -,fi 5, e Four Year lan By D. R. HENRY, Principal HE DISTINCTIVE feature of the Ventura Junior College is its organization as a four year school. Ventura is among a score or more communities and private agencies in this country which are experimenting with this type of organization, The idea of combining grades ll to 14 in one administrative unit is not especally new. It was advocated by Mr. George A. Merrill, a San Francisco principal, as early as l909. Practical experimentation began about ten years ago. Pasadena is the best known public school system organized on the 6-4-4 plan, having inaugurated their organization in l928. Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri, and the University of Chicago training school are outstanding among the four year pri- vate junior colleges. Ventura launched the plan in l929, Compton in l932, and Oceanside in l935. Parsons, Kansas, and Jefferson City, Missouri, are introducing the 6-4-4 system next school year and a few communi- ties, in California and outside the state, are seriously considering its adoption. The four year junior college, as an administrative unit, is based on certain basic educational consider- ations. ln the first place the nature of the subjects taught and the maturity of the students who attend, tend to make the first two years of the traditional college secondary in character rather than collegiate. Physiol- ogically and mentally, students of the grades l2, l3 and I4 constitute a homogeneous unit, leaving grade ll for the orientation, guidance, or transition year. The fouriyear junior college tends to effect a more unified and integrated educational program for the particular grades covered. lt eliminates the break between high school and college with the result that fewer students drop out or change schools. ln Ventura more than 80 percent of the students who complete the l2th grade enter the l3th grade and of those who continue their schooling beyond the l2th grade, 90 percent or more remain in Ventura Junior College. For California as a whole only 40 percent of the high school graduates enter universities or junior colleges. Economically, the 6-4-4 system is advantageous for a community. The eight upper grades require one less school plant than they do in the 6-3-3-2 plan that now prevails in the cities of the country. The criticisms of the four year junior college are, it appears, largely practical in their nature. They arise out of the school's conflict with the traditional school organization a n d certain educational practices. They relate to such matters as the elimination of high school graduation, disadvantages in athletic competi- tion, relations to neighboring secondary schools, and the maintenance of "collegiate" traditions-matters which have only indirect bearing on learning results. ' ' From an educational point of view it may be safely asserted that the four year junior college involves a most significant idea-a fundamental conception which is receiving particular consideration in a nation- wide movement to reconstruct secondary education. page forty-two BCCK THREE RGAN IZATICDNS rf Q ii fi ,IJ .,. Q, 1 52 3 ss 1 is HQ s 4 5 if In ' , . . Panclwio the Pirate Enfbgfing the Ventura Sunshine at the Beaclf Alumni Associaation By FRITZ ZAPF A Publicity Chairman l-lE ALUMNI of Ventura Junior College organized this year with a two-fold purpose. The first object will be to cooperate with the Junior College in all its extra-curricular activi- ties, and secondly, to keep the alumni of Ventura Junior College in contact with former classmates and in- formed of the progress of the school. A temporary board of directors has been selected to serve until the association is sufficiently organ- ized to warrant election ofa permanent board. Ulmont Robinson is acting as president, Roger Burum as vice- president, Virginia Nunan as secretary, John Kelly as treasurer. Fritz Zapt is in charge of publicity, Joan Mc- Donald heads the activities committee, and Bill Aplin is taking care of membership. This newly organized group sponsored an assembly for the Junior College Student Body, played the Junior College baseball team at Seaside Park, May l2, winning by a score of IO to 8, entertained the gradu- ating l4's at an annual picnic at Lyons l-lot Springs, Sunday, May 31. During the 'summer when most of the alumni are home from college a dance will be sponsored by the Association as a means of renewing old ac- quaintances. This organization will meet annually in the fall for a "Home Coming" celebration which will consist of a banquet, football game, and dance. An annual picnic was held May 3l, I936 and over one hundred attended. This stamped the Alumni As- sociation as an overwhelming success. The graduatingl4's were invited as guests and Ulmont Robinson pre- sided. A baseball game was played, the Alumni winning by default, and the afternoon was closed with danc- ing and swimming at Matilija Springs. lt is the intention of the organization to publish an Alumni Monthly which will contain the news of members of each graduating class, which will be sent to all paid members of the Association. Plans are under way now for a directory giving the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the members of the Associa- tion. All graduates of Ventura Junior College and those having completed at least one year of junior col- lege work- but who are not now in attendance are eligible for membership. Membership dues in the Associa- tion Sl .OO'per year. l l i l l l l i l l l I 1 1 v l page forty-three i , .v. ir--,J , .', ,. 4 nr Mi -1 1 11 Qjj 'Null '11 1-Jw:-.f -sm Q' Air i new IL A NL hi 'V W .A , -, -:- c, ' xvAg.t': I' :i'?lf'f2!'W'55 W 2 .'1.iT'-:yr "I , Vi. 2 1:5 pQ,rii5.iQi. ' Ez 25+ L " ' 1 ,Q . if ivqe: iyziiw ' lyffjflbiz' . 5,3-3r,.sr Qiezlwl W'+'.1i'?, viral, 'if' ..,-. .1-no ':'l 'it '.- '. T' i.AuBAci-IER LINNETT CO-EDITORS o a BVlSt3 Staff Connolly ...,....................................................... ................ F aculty Advisor Mears ........... .......... A dvertising Manager Winicker ............ Men's Sports Editor Echstadt ....... ......... W omen's Sports Editor Campbell ...,... ......................... C lass Editor Richardson ............ Organization Editor Igurnasis ......... ....... A dministration Editor BVFO ------- ---.............. - ...Copy Editor Edmiston . ------------------4---,--,--------- .... ...................... .... A r r Editor Kawata ....... --- ------------.--.-,--------..f... - ....................... Photography Ediror CONNOLLY MEARS T IS A SPECIAL privilege and pleasure for the La Revista staff members to organize and publish this school annual. After a lapse of four years, Ventura Junior College finds herself once more able to dedicate her war- riors and crew upon pages whose wealth of golden memories will increase with each succeeding year. The fondest hope of the staff, headed by Rob- ert Linnett and Frank Laubacher, is that the work which they have toiled zealously to produce will not be merely another venture, but will be the founding of a tradition which will flourish for many years. WINIKER CAMPBELL FURNASS ECKSTADT RICHARDSON CARROLL EDM I STON KAWATA age forty-four QL . ' A6 2 . c, V cl Q XD 'Q 9' LK? QW firm ,im . .A K.,-Qt l f J ikbf' I , 1 QV.. Pirate Ii i 1.1.1 l POOL MOORE ress Staff James Pool ........ James Moore ..... Gil Castro .............,..... Doris Boardman .,....... Ellabeth Detter .......,., George Brokaw ........ Esther Kingston ,........ .... .........Executive Editor ......,.Managing Editor .......,.,,Sports Editor .........Society Editor ...,.....News Editor ....................Copy Editor ..,..,......ExcI'1ange Editor Claire Dugas ...........,.... ....... A ssistant Society Editor Bowden Holmes ....,,... .................i.......... l. ibrarian John Blackell ........... ......... C irculation Manager Alvin Hall ...............,.... ...,....,. B usiness Manager Solicitor ............A..........,... ............... L loyd Taber Collection Manager .......,.. ,,............,.., A lbert Price Faculty Advisor ............,.. Bookkeeper ...............,.. .,............... E. Connolly, Jr. .John Armstrong CASTRO LINNETT CONNELLY HOLMES HALL N BROKAW ROGERS PRICE BCA DM N HAMMOND DETTER MITCHELL WIER BROWN KINGS N LORRAINE MEADE DUGAS ARMSTRONG TAEIER gc for .,L' 5,-11.51 f ,Ry ,rr ff ff ,1.73fkf..' in ' sv i 44131, it 5-'liars-." li' V2- 5 -45,5 afillg " :WT i YE l .xsdggi 1-i , 4. ,,,, a ,sn 57 3 I ,,.,,. V. 1 f .,., . ,eg igllgj-'rl X' v . -M .34 ' ' - 95 x '., 14' .V . 4439 ff 'rig' '5 gli C xiii . v.Ef-'ffw .M 2 P515 f?if:3aRfS:. 1?t3.5"x4s :1 Sgr -. gh J-mfffg. SEBI ' vf' lf ' 't I i:S2"f'7l'?7 if s'f:flf". lhffff' V. gi., -A 6 gr. ,Ch si A g..- ' 'fin 'i .Xi ..' u' V., rchestra ENTURNS excellent orchestra was active in several events during the past year. ln ad- dition to offering selections for both school plays, this group participated in the Christ- mas program, the annual Spring Show, as well as adding beauty to the closing Commencement exercises. Four members, Warren Kiens, Jack Rains, Marion Chapman, and Esther l-lyde represented Ventura Junior College in the All Southern California Junior College Symphony which played in Los Angeles, Three of the above named, Esther l-lyde, Jack Rains, and Warren Kiens represented the local group in the All Sou- thern California College Symphony which played in Santa Barbara, March l5, l6, and l7, and ml HREE TRIPS were enjoyed by the Pirate band during the year, Riverside, Los Angeles, l and Santa Barbara. Of far greater importance to the school were their actiivties during football and basketball seasons. They likewise offered selections at assemblies as well as participated in several civic and community events. The band is to be congratulated for the color which it added to many school activities, notably football games, Their marching and stunts between halves are the necessary spices needed to make college football the "King of Sports." page forty-.fix A Capella Choir ONSIDERED the most popular musical group in higher educational units, the A Capel- la choir represents the highest type ot chorus work. Four choir groups have been directed by Miss Addie Belle Long since Ventura Junior College first ad- ded this important branch to its music department in l932, Composed ot twenty-tive members, the group represents the most advanced pupils in the vocal de-partment, Programs in which the choir participated are, the Christmas program held at the Junior l-ligh School auditorium, Spring Show, Baccalaureate contata, tormal concerts, and the radio program broadcast from sta- tion Kl-lJ when the Los Angeles Times opened its doors to Ventura. Glee Clubs IFTY VOICES are utilized in the joint glee clubs directed by Miss Addie Belle Long. Boys and girls from the eleventh to the fourteenth grades are eligible for membership. The Fall concert, Spring Show, service club and graduation singing, as well as programs given during American Educational Week were the outstanding events of the year. Special mention should be given to the following soloists: Doris Price and Marguerite Clark, sopranos, Dorothy Smith, contralto. Ralph Meilandt, tenor, John McKenzie, baritone, Jay Boardman, bass. President of Men's Glee Club, Jack Rawls. President ot Women's Glee Club, Dorothy Amrhein. ' 5-L fu 5 . .Ll rg ' J ii ,. .. 4 .At ,!,. . vt -. Pdgc' forty-.raven 1.15. ,211 ' -li i 'lt 'Ai :Ei l . Q .- tif :QI V i--3 gfdqg, fn: i i,,:igagi..w ., ,F, Y iIYQUZ.x" 1,1 gf H an 1 Wt . N, r 'igyfi-l'Lyl -1 ?i,.wL - i 11-r-'..5:Z '.' zfllsuf. l gf 31.--,i i.. - . 1 ft., f A M -,J ,I W1 '-'Mi 5.-2 ' "'1"2?' , -,qw i g, 1. .I TAM. 92.4 'f "7" 7'l :Exit Eu Vit vi.. .f arg, - TEV?" ,i 4411 my . . X ,ai v- , af at .i,'i+.,--Cf ag.. if .. '-' fum: ,i',yi'uf'if gfrqmfli- .-H.,-iv "L - "PQ-,ff :Haiti . jiadritzf lfgfg l 3, Li" YT-'W ' s, '1":7', 1 il i.t,f-Q .,'i"'i f. - y-'.., h , 5 i i k 'A i 1 i ooster Clubs HE SCHOOL year, i935-36, has been one of new and varied tradition-builders. A new ll feeling, never experienced before, seems to have permeated the campus. V. C. C. was no longer a fledgling but had taken wingsg her place was not among the lower limbs, but on the highest twig. ln connection with this change of mind, two brand new organizations were added for the purpose of building school spirit. Needless to say, the work done by the recently formed Boys' and Girls' Booster Clubs was worthy of highest acclaim. At the beginning of football season a call was sent out for membership in clubs to be formed for the express purpose of ballooning Ventura's latent school spirit. The response was particularly gratifying. Within a short time both organizations were filled to the desired number and practice periods were held during which school songs and yells were practiced. For the first time in several years, Ventura's athletes were given unified support by the Associated Student Body. These two groups served as a nucleus for our cheering section and their earnest support sup- plied the spark needed to galvanize our Pirate squads into hard-fighting, victory-seeking teams whose every thought was the chalking up of another victory for Ventura Junior College. page forty-eight ress Club ORMED LATE in the school year, T. E, Connelly's Pirate Press Club, composed of stu- dents participating or interested in journalistic work, grew at an alarming rate. Although socially inclined, the members of this newest organization found it impossible to carry their plans through to any satisfactory conclusions. Returning members are looking forward eagerly to the coming year and it is logically expected that this latest newcomer will be one of the foremost clubs on the campus, uture armers EVER DRAXXHNG attention to itself, Ventura's Future Farmers of America chapter un- Al der the advisorship of Lloyd Baldwin, instructor of Agricultural science, has made a name for itself. Certainly no school organization has worked more zealously and whole-heartedly toward its goal than has this group of boys. ln the words of its president, Leo Vanoni, "The Future Farmers club affords an excellent opportunity for the practice of group leadership, and in such activities as citrus and livestock judging, and community service projects." V W W Y I page forty-nine u fl 1- fl' 7,3 l ' ,J 1 A, , in ," 'V fl -V, t ,B A N. K W 1 , 5 , Jijfft-all 13 Tifga' ' ,- 1a',1,'ii ' fzkcevfi L , ,pf ,- fi!H,l1, I iff-,lf ' V ig Jil' L rf. i- agen fftlfifaa' 1 r' im ti? lim? its wait 'fiiffttltgil ,fQfjly1g.'er5 S. vitftgnvagg if'i:Q34.ft,. 'tr ' -1.2 lil It ' ' 5' tl twig i wr hi il' ,il w 'tue iii " tl tg V -ti Q .ang 2 "ww ,r ,i I -'V Qi 1 , 5 lt .,,. I 43' 1 t' Q l 'of X EMBERS of the lnternational Club, sponsored this year by E. O. Draper, enjoyed two social events, an "Around the World Progressive Dinner," and a picnic which was held at Wheelers' l-lot Springs. Five countries were chosen as subjects for study: Japan, England, France, China anl Italy. Meetings were held on the first and third Wednesdayfs of each month, the first, a school meeting, and the second, a social affair at some members home. INTERNATIONAL CLUB X l EMBERSHIP in this interesting club is extended to include any student interested in literarv work. Miss Janice Pidduck is the g'oup's able advisor. A varied program including book reviews by members and talks by guest speakers is offered during the monthly meeting of the club. Occasional social meetings are enjoyed by members and a regular service is given the Pirate Press in the form of a review of some interesting or outstanding book. An annual trip to the Huntington Library, San Marino, is one of the club's most anticipated activities. LIBRARY CLUB DOPTING AS their slogan: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout school and into the community high standards of Christian ethics," the l-li-Y Club of the Ventura Ju- nior College points the way to better citizenship in later years. During the year their activity has been confined to the general betterment of school conditions, and to the distribution of programs at football games. They are spnsoring, for the coming year, a tri-county lSanta Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Ventura countiesl older boys' conference in the hope of furthering Hi-Y standards. HI-Y CLUB Page lfily Bi Week hh IG WEEK," traditionally found ed on the old "Hobo Day" which was held each year on the day before the last football game of the season, has become one of V. J. Cfs most anticipated events. Originally, l-lobo Day was celebrated by a full week of varied activities prior to the final game. Although little change has been made in this long-standing tradition, this year's Big Week lthe third of the new series? closed with the record of having been the "biggest Big Week since the celebration was founded." The week's program is as follows: Monday ..................... ...............................,.. A mateur Assembly Tuesday .......... ........ B aseball Game-Faculty vs. Students Wednesday ............ ....,................................. M atinee dance Thursday-day .......... ....... m ud brawl and sack rush -night ........... .......... t he play, "Skidding" Friday ..............................................,................................... Costume Day Saturday ........ V. J.C. vs. L. A.J.C. football game, McLaglen Field, Los Angeles, Score-O-O. page fifty-one i i L' uf I i'...1,..'e,. f ?--"S 7 lmfw,-J 1 a, 15, ,Q-:tr v 223556 ig I . Q, ' r L ' "' rgatvtl , 8:22 vlq :wa-5 .t N cf-'L t L, LU. . 1? ,AW u b, 1 V, ,V . 3- LQi.'f',l lg, ff' My 2 x bk 'lie 'M ll r' i iff' r Q wha ,HL 533 1 . 94 .ir X I ' 'Vu' .V ivy Y,,:f'f? -fl .L ,nj- Skiddin RONOUNCED as a great success, Ventura Junior College thespians produced the three l act comedy, "Skidding," on the stage of the Junior High School Auditorium, Thursday evening, November Zi. Under the direction of Paul G. Kepner, ten junior collegians found themselves com- pltely tied-up in politics. The unraveling of this riotous state of affairs provided sparkling entertainment for a large and appreciative audience. CAST OF CHARACTERS age fifty-tw Aunt Milly ........ ..............................,.......................... N aomi Howard Andy ............... ........... D uane DeVel MVS. Hardy .................. ......,. X Wanda Shepherd Judge James Hardy ........ ,,,, A rthur Chaney Grandpa Hardy .,................ ...Garland Packer Estelle Hardy Campbell ....... ..,.,.,,,, C arolyn Rains Marion Hardy .,.................. ..... O phelia Wray Wayne renton, lll ......... ..... E dward Keller MV, Stubbins ....,,...... .,,.,,. A lvirta R055 CAST OF CHARACTERS Let Who Will Be Clever lv ElXlTLJRA'S FIRST experience in dual casting was an outstanding success as two different l casts, employing thirty members of the dramatics department, delighted audiences with their production of "Let Who XXfill Be Clever" on Thursday and Friday evenings, February 27 and 28. Four judges were entrusted with the selection of the cast giving the best performance. lt is significant to note that both casts were voted equal by the judges, thus adding another feather in the cap oi Paul G. Kepner, di- rector, and proving the excellence of all members taking part. The play, whose scene of action is laid in Montecito, deals with a large and amusing family Whose sev- eral members, from polo-playing grandmother to wise carcking grandchildren, present a fast moving and highly amusing comedy. Arabella ........ ........t. Bookington Maud .............. .......... Linda .......... .......... Jo ................ Wilbur ....., .......... Erp .............. ........,. Caroline ........ .......... Fugi .......,.... .......... Bud 1 ......... Sophie ....,... .......... Fanny ..... Betty ..,....... ....... Chuch ........ .......... Johnny ........ .......... Thursday Reva Langford ,.......... James Tigner ..,....,,. Janice Daly ............. Marjorie Miller ..,....,.. Alvina Ross ............. Lloyd Taber ....................... ..... Charles August .......... Mary Jane Wiedman .......... .,...,,. Masatoma Masanaga ........ .... Connie l-lall ................ Mildred Baird ............ Betty Joy Mello ......... D. J. l-lays ............... Phil Anderson ......... Friday .........Betty DeSerpa ......l-larold Mears Q .Bobbie Campbell ............Joice Kinsey ...........Kay Oliver .....Richard Keller Wheeler l-lelen Cummings .........Jiro Kawata ...Arthur Chaney John McCormick ........... ..... ..........l-lelen Curtain ...Lucille Meador ..... Martha Kirsch Lyons .......,..,lim Donoho Y' 5 E page fifty-th: , 111,15 yy-1 LW, , , 1 iz' :H ge . If., ' 'WJ ,. l Y-iii, Fifi: i 31355 M lik fit' li ri -4 1 gg.,-f it 3? , i ,253 wig 5 fi-, w ini, 1 f:L,,:vjX'?,1, '?'iiQ:1'iiffr'i fu' Z."' :ai '-. Gigi 'S R :Aff W. ., af 'L' , :J 1 L ,:1'a-'- 'i- ' if 'i ' ir! ff t. v. -. i , ns,-it M 'fl 1'g :fic A ashion Show N ENTIRELY new innovation was introduced this year in the presentation of a fashion show modeling both formal and informal gowns. The event, never before attempted by students of Ventura Junior College, was managed by Mrs. Ruth Thompson, general manager and fashion ed- itor cf the Pirate Press, and James Pool, executive editor of the Pirate Press. Forty-five persons participated in the show, of which twenty-two women and four men acted as mod- els. Wearing apparel, loaned for the occasion, was presented upon the stage of the Ventura theater, Friday evening, March 6. Although new, the event was of such a successful nature that James Pool announced, "We are now more than certain of our intention to make the affair an annual one." Students, other than Mrs, Ruth Thompson and James Pool, who participated in the affair were: Pages: Juanita Birchfield and Dolly Lorraine. Modelst Mildred Roberts, Marilyn Upham, Dorothy Oakley, Betty Cooney, Elizabeth Smith, l-lelen Cummings, Maybelle Bartlett, l-lelen Osbun, Bertha Easton, Doris Boardman, Charlotte Butts, Louise LaClaire, Phyllis Emmons, Dorothy Akers. George Thompson, Charles August, Paul Martin, Elmer McCall. page fifty-four BOCJK FCJUR TH LET Pancho the Pirate lnspects Cnc of Ventura's Famous Orange oothall N REVIEWING the i935-36 sports season, we find that Ventura went through the most succesful, year in her career as a conference member. This was particularly true in football in which Ventura won her first championship. The Pirates, coached by Joe Buckmaster and Ken- neth Shannon, gave an early indication that they would be serious threats to all aspiring champions. ln prac- tice tilts they defeated the Santa Maria and Taft J. C.'s., battled the powerful Black Foxe eleven to a score- less tie and' were barely beaten 2 to O by the free-lancing Compton team. The Buccaneers' first league en- counter was with Long Beach and ended without a score for either side. A week later, the Buckmastermen journeyed to Santa Monica to win that game l8 to O. The Pirates were not so fortunate in the nextntwo games. On successive week-ends they were defeated by Glendale 20 to O and by Pasadena 32 to 7. The final contest of the season with Los Angeles ended in a scoreless tie. . Upon investigation, however, it was discovered that ineligible players had been used by Long Beach, Glendale and Los Angeles, causing each to forfeit several games. This unexpected move lifted Ventura into the conference lead and brought home her first title. ln the play-off for the Southern California champion- ship, Ventura met the Riverside Junior College, winner of the northern division, on their field. In whatuproved to be the most thrilling battle of the whole year, Ventura lost i6 to l3, although there was no score made un- til the final quarter. After that final brilliant struggle, the boys put away their cleats for the season. r ' A As the crowning climax to an already enviable record, Al Young, end, Johnny Alberts, guard, Chuck August, tackle, and Ed Gallagher, fullback, were placed on the first string all conference team, while Charles Mclntire, center and captain was given the second string berth. V1 For the fine machine turned out this year, congratulations go to Coach Joe Buckmaster and assistant coach Kenneth Shannon. Buckmaster has served his third and final term at this institution. l-lis pleasing man- ner and smart coaching have made his reign here a very popular one. lt is with regret that we bid him good- by- , ur page fifty-five 1 ,, ,,,, ,. i l ALBERTS G WHEELER HB MEYERS T GRANT E MCINTIRE fCAPT.l C LILLY Q SEYMOURE C LAUBACHER E SCHELL T ln comparing Ventura's athletic record with those of her competitors, the size of the various institu- tions must be taken into consideration. Ventura is the smallest conference member. ln spite of this fact however, the Pirates have alwaystgiven a good account of themselves. This has been mainly true in football in which they have repeatedly defeated some of the strongest teams in the conference. The home games, played at night here, have always been well attended, and the crowds have been very enthusiastic. These factors have aided greatly in making Ventura football a success both athletically and financially. t page fifty-six GALLAGHER-F CRYDER-HB WARRING-HB ' YOUNG-E CALVERT-Q PROBASCO.HB AUGUSTJ' BLACKWELL-G GORDON-F' X . , MAGNESSE J C. Football Schedule Opponents Santa Maria Taft Black Foxe Compton Long Beach Santa Monica Glendale Pasadena L. A. Riverside there here here here here there here there there there Date Sept. 21 Sept.27 Oct. 4 Oct. Il Oct. 25 Nov. 2 Nov. 8 Nov. I6 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Score they O 20 O 2 O fforfeitl O I9 ltorteitt 32 O 16 page 'fifty-.rev 345: ' it frlf t 'z ' 'iff lvl 1"'5 I r W ' gs: n rf: wi, .1 :rate reps ESS FORTUNATE than their older football brothers, the Pirate Preps were unable to glean single game from their county competitors, including Oxnard, Fillmore or Santa Paula. The Buccaneer Babes tutored by Frank Arnold and assistant coach Leo Kibby did however, defeat the Lan- caster Desert Rats a win that kept them out of the league cellar. While the high schoolers only gained one victory, they did at times show signs of being better than their record indicates Their first tilt was with the Fillmore Flashes, who later became the champions. The Flashes won 13 to 6 The following week-end, Venturans played host to their ancient rivals from Oxnard and were defeated l9 to O. A week later the preps lost to Santa Paula 27 to 7. lt was in the next two games, played at home that the Arnoldmen displayed the finest form of the whole season. The first one, with Fill- more wasa brilliant affair marked by long passes and runs. For a time the preps battled the champions on even terms but finally weakened, to lose I2 to 6. In th'e other contest, the Babes held Santa Paula even until the last minute of play, when the Cardinals put over a touchdown and conversion to win 20 to l3. ln the next to last contest of the season Ventura was beaten by the Yellow Jackets of Oxnard Zl to G. lt was in the final league game that the Preps made their only win. They defeated the Lancaster Desert Rats I3 to O. Although the Pirate Babes did not excel as a unit, they did have two members who, for their superla- tive play were given all-county recognition. Carl l-lurley, captain and left half was awarded the second string berth at that position and Harry Dysart was placed on the first string at right guard. While coach Frank Arnold, assisted by Leo Kibby, was not blessed with a winning team here, it was noted that in spite of repeated losses he was always able to instill a fine competitive spirit into the team. In all their games the Preps displayed plenty of enthusiasm, and could be depended upon to fight to the last quarter il STC 'lfif -. "Qt-.l .ra 1 fifth: Pit' li ,:.:1rc.' V- il :ua-is ,f ,-wh xr. il . ' f 1. f '- 5t?,Z2?i'f??t Jr ,"l".l,Ew ' lift? wtf if '-ww, .H -,' it fi: gtfifl '. .rl b. il V ' F . il., - '.f'gj'. 1 1 1 ,V r , , I ' I Page f y-fre :ft hz rep Football N THE Prep football squad are those men that will wear the pigskiin uniform of the Pi rate Varsity during the coming fall term. The training and experience received during their prep career means much to the success of the Varsity team in its attempts to bring recognition to the Ventura Junior Col lege. PREP FOOTBALL SCHEDULE scores Sept. 28, Fiillmore d. Ventura l3-6 Oct. 5, Oxnard d. Ventura I9-O Oct, l2, Santa Paula d. Ventura 27-7 Oct, l9, Fililmore d. Ventura I2-6 Nov. 2, Santa Paula d. Ventura 20-I3 Nov. 9, Oxnard d. Ventura 2l -O Nov. I6, Ventura d. Lancaster I3-O Nov. 23, Santa Barbara d. Ventura 26-6 where there here there here here there there there IST ROW--HURLEY, MEYERS. BALTZER, PODOVlNNIKOFF,GOUL.D. AYERS, GARCIA, DAANE, NORRIS. BACA, Mc CORMICK. PHILLIPS, 2ND ROW-DREW. Wll-I-IS, DRAKE. SEELIG, PAUL, AMESCUA. PETERS. SUZUKI. JONES. HAYES. 3RD ROW-WESTERN. NYE, RQLLS, LARIMORE. EMDE, JOHN DAANE, BERLIN, STEELE. HOWE, COWGER. age fifty-n fs f 'f' . '-,-w ,.' J f ",'Ti,i-W T- t ".f"1 lr 1 gpg: 91,2 ii xi f it Z in A .i i--, Wifrqcgff' f5?g4w ' '3' A , f ' V A A x ps ig' qi 79 i, i"5f '-iT'1'i, imwttifl 5 r.':i-,fff Siujip-1-,H gl ., FPF3 1:51 wilt' 'Jig-Cf ,Wll il Q QQ!-ill'-.A I f,"xftl?-"ft 'wi-I 2.4- 1-'lkjyfligf titiihi Ei 'ali-'Mi ,biiaig 4 i- . , ".- ' fi ".:1"'xf,gE i .- LQ-:x',1Zf Q i2b'.::s,i:,ig? fwf.:.,:,-Viv F'-fl"'f1.ii" 1,,:,I. "ral l MORRl50N STRICKLAND GRANT BEVERAGE WIGTON WIMBER BAGLEY PATELZICK LOCEY EMERICK COACH ARNOLD SANHAVMER MCCALL YOUNG MAURER MARTIN Varsit asketball l-lE VARSITY hoopsters, who did not come close to the conference leadership can never- l theless be proud of the fact that they made a better record than any of their predeces- sors. With Captain Young at center, Mauer and Martin at forwards, McCall and Samhammer at guards, Coach Frank Arnold was able to produce a combination that made an altogether creditable showing in the light of Ventura's past performances. ln speaking of outstanding players, the name of Paul Martin must not be over- looked. l-le led the team in scoring and won the second string berth of the all-conference team. Indeed, we have good reason to believe he would have landed on the first five had it not been for the unusual strength of the Los Angeles Cubs, who placed four men on the first quintet. On reviewing the season of play, we find that the Buccaneers won two from Compton, dropped two to Santa Monica, split a pair with Long Beach, lost two more to Glendale, were easily beaten twice by Los An- geles, and divided a couple with Pasadena, by losingthe first one and then upsetting the dope to win the second. Conference schedule of varsity basketball: 30 ,...... ......... C ompton ............ ....... ...... 2 6 3l ..,.... ......... S anta Monica ..... ...,,, 3 6 35 .,..... .,....... L ong Beach .,v... ,,,,, 2 5 29 ....... ......... G lendale ..,.,,...... ,..... 3 8 l9 ....... ,........ L os Angeles ..,c... ,,,.,, 3 3 32 ....... .....,.,. P asadena ,..s....,...... ,,,...,,, 4 4 30 ..uu... ...,..,.. S anta Monica H-. ..,,, 32 50 ....... ....,.... L ong Beach ...... ..... 5 6 35 .... ... ....,.... Glendale ........ .... - 36 24 .... .,,..,... L os Angeles ..s... 38 30 ....... .......,. P asadena ..,..... ..... 2 O 32 ,...o.. .......,. C ompton ..... .,.,,..,, 2 8 page sixty rep asketball ONTINUING a long and almost unbroken dynasty of basketball champions, Ventura once again copped the county cage title. With Joe Buckmaster at their helm, the Pirate crew had comparatively smooth sailing, except for one instance. This was when Oxnard caught the Pirates on her home court and trounced them 23 to l2. For the rest, however, the Preps experienced little difficulty. ln the first game with Lancaster they won 42 to 26. Then came Oxnard which was barely beaten 3l to 30. In the following two games with Fillmore, the Babes won 29 to 20 and 34 to l8. The next week saw the Oxnard deb- acle. After that the Pirates again hit calm water and in succession won two games from Santa Paula 39 to 22 and 33 to 25 and another from Lancaster 30 to 23. Because of that single disaster suffered at the hands of the Yellow Jackets, we found ourselves tied with them for the league lead. The deciding game was on the neu- tral court of Santa Paula where the Buccaneers convincingly won 50 to 22. ln the play-off for the Southern California Championship, Ventura traveled to Santa Barbara to meet their purportedly stronger rivals of the Channel City, in what proved to be the most exciting as well as the most disappointing contest of the whole season. The game supposedly ended 34 to 33 in favor of Santa Bar- bara. l-lowever, a discrepancy was discovered in the two score books. lt was claimed by Venturans that Suy- tar, lanky center, had not been credited with a field goal which would have made the score 34 to 35 in favor of Ventura. Officials were called in and after a conference annulled the contest, thus making the best of a bad situation. Because of advance publicity, it was decided that Santa Barbara should meet San Diego in the semi-finals, the provision being made that if the Gauchos won they would play Ventura for the Championship. They lost, however. And so ended the season for the Pirate Preps. LOVATT BARTLETT ORTON SUYTAR GRAGG ' AMESCUA EUCKMASTER WESTERN LAWHON DONNELLY PEIRAANO GARCIA 5U2UKl NAVERAS I CORN SMITH CHAVEZ JONES page sixty-0 716' l .. ,. I 5 l- i .xi 3 . wi 4 , :. .1 1 T ij' ll l14 limi 5 "-lf-xiii :bl .33 -llwlfli Y k:.Qgf-' 35? 'qi 3" Wi Z U. :yr-5,26 J -. Z . 'I' ,3.Q:5:.?Z,,f.Q-5 t5l2i1ft'.g1 i??'3lf'ti5 Hill' ' It 'E li' rl - lllklill ,504 ' If '-I 7 .. xr., .N f25Zf,ttffr35S Witt? T515 'J'..,.'E-"YHA -f .llflt lJ':fxllf"fl arsit rack HE VENTURA track team was not sprinkled with individual stars as in former years, How- ever,, it proved to be better balanced than any of our previous aggregations. This state- ment is borne out by the fact that the Pirates won their first major meet in the history of the school. lt was close, The score was 67 to 64 and was an even battle down to the final event, In other meets, the Buccaneers were beaten by Pasadena, Glendale and Santa Monica. Leo Kibby, social science instructor and himself a for- mer javelin star, was the coach. Q In track this year, there has been a widespread increase of interest, The sport's past unpopularity has been blamed on the somewhat sluggish and slipshod fashion of running the meets, and it is predicted that with improved technique in management, track will gain a following that will rival that of football or basket- ball. Schedule: Santa Monica d. Ventura ........ ..............., . ,,,,,, l l4 2-3 to l6i 3-4 Ventura d. Long Beach ,...... ,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,.,. 6 7 to 64 Glendale d. Ventura ..,...... s,.,,,A 9 8 2-3 to 32 I-3 Pasadena d. Ventura ....... ........ l VM to l6M COACH Kiaav RAiNs mci-i PFEILER cnvpsre sz-:vwiouras mason m.voNs 'rAvi.oR KINNEY FRENCH PRoaAscoo CALVERT RANDALL page sixty--two rep Track RANK ARNOl.D'S A and B Prep cinder stars were able this year to defeat Fillmore and San- ta Paula in dual meets. They lost one to Oxnard. ln a league meet the high-schoolers fin- ished behind the Yellow Jackets and the Cardinals and ahead of the Flashes and the Desert Rats. ln the A division, Jack Orton, Don Phillips, Tom Donnelly and Bob Cowger were outstanding. Orton won the county pole vault and Phillips the county football throw. Donnelly, an eleven, looked well in the dashes. l-le showed penty of potential ability. To Cowger, miler, goes credit for being the most improved ath- lete of the season. There were two prominent B's, namely Edward Austin and Don Bartlett. Austin was a leading sprinter. l-lad he not suffered a sudden attack of influenza during the league meet, it's outcome might have been different. Two of the most versatile performers of either division were Steele and Bartlett. The former won the inter-campus meet of the A's, while the latter accomplished the same feat in the B divi- sion. To Mr. Arnold go congratulations for the efficient operation of the meets. The?" smooth running will go far in popularizing the sport, Schedule of dual meets: A's B's Ventura d. Fillmore .......... .....,.., 6 4 to 43 56 to 39 Ventura d, Sta. Paula .......,.. .......,. 6 5544 to 46W 49 to 23 Oxnard d. Ventura ........., ......... 7 l M2 to 33 l-2 '53 l-3 to 49 2-3 League Meet A's B's Oxnard ...... ....... 4 7M 37lf2 Sta. Paula ..... ....... 4 l 5 Ventura ..... ......, 3 7 25 Fillmore ........ .,...'OV2 5l W Lancaster ......, .3 .,,.,,.,,,,.,.,,. 6 13 .5 3 , iq ,i .ze wtf' W5 MCCORMICK GRAHAM ORRIVE ORTON HQWE WHEELER RQDGER5 WALLACE Moons HURLEY PAUL cowGER Mevsns aAi.'rzER s'rEEi.E PoDoviNNiKoFF COACH ARNOLD BLACKMAN Dmxs PPENTICE PEIRANO Aivizs::uA AUSTIN suzuKi SMITH BELL NVE KENDAI-L Al-EXAKIS BARTLETT STUART HORNBUCKLE TAKASUGI Kmsci-4 GARCIA CALVER1- page sixty-thr , l .. , .-V r' fl-'fr ,4 ..,,, , ,taut 2 V P' if it " r"l it 545353 , ,i .,,,. f Mimi! ,,. Varsity Baseball HE BASEBALL team, under Joe Buckmaster was organ- ized only to give those who so desired a chance to participate in the game. Recruits were drawn both from the upper and lower division, conse- quently, games played in by the Pirates had no bearing on conference standings. Victory was a secondary matter. Probably the most promising player on the Buccaneer nine was short stop and captain, Art Lilly. lt is possible that he may in time become a baseballer of some distinction. First nine: Waters C Lawhon p Suytar lb Emerick 2b Wigton 3b Lilly ss Dysart lt Kile cf Mclntire rf Yearout, Mgr. Subs: Pena c Gilmore p Rawls ct Young rt BASEBALL Mar. l3, St. Barbara State d. Ventura 7-2 there Mar. I7, St. Barbara St. Frosh d. Ventura 6-5 there Mar. 28, Compton d. Ventura 5-3 there lVlar, 3l, Ventura d. S. B. St, Frosh I8-IO here Apr. ll, Taft d, Ventura lO-4 there Apr. l7, Ventura d. Taft ll-2 here Apr. 18, Santa Monica d. Ventura 3-2 here Apr. 25, Long Beach d. Ventura 20-2 there May 2, Ventura d. Glendale 3-2 there May 9, Los Angeles d Ventura B-2 here May l6, Pasadena d. Ventura ll-l here ge sixty-four BUCKMASTER-C EM ERICK 2B PENA-C DYSART-LF WIGTON-3B YOU NG-RF MCINTIRE RF KILE-C WATERS-C YEAROUT-MGR, LILLY-SS RAWLS-CF SUYTAR-I B GILMORE-P LAWHON-P IST PICTURE-'BACK ROW: MERRILL. TRUSTY. JOHNSON. CULVER. BOARDMAN. FRONT ROW: KAWATO, NEWCOMB, CHRISTENSEN, ZANDER, COACH WILSON. ZND PICTURE-BACK ROW. PETIT, YOUNGGREN, FERRIS, WARREN, PHILLIPS, MEYERS. FRONT ROW: CORBALEY, ANDERSON. MCCORMICK, NORRIS, COACH WILSON. 3RD PICTURE'- COACH KEPNER, BOVEE, WILLARD, EMDE, MGR. HUR- LEY, SAXE. ATH PICTURE-'BACK ROWS HOLMES, PRESIDENT BUCKNER, GONESMAN, HAYES. COACH BUCKMASTER, BORCHARD, BAUSS, KENNIS- TON, TURNER. FRONT ROW: STIGERS. TAKESUKI, PACKER, DUKE, SALEM, ATEN, CALVERT. ' inor Sports VARSITY TENNIS ml UNDER MENTOR Paul Wil- son the varsity netters enioy- ed a modicum of success, They had an easy time defeating Compton, Taft, Long Beach, Santa Ma- ria and Lancaster, barely nosed out Santa Monica I2 to ll, and were beaten by Glendale, Los An- geles and Pasadena. PREP TENNIS AS l-If-XS BEEN their habit, the high school racqueteers en- joyed a successful season. They lost only one match by the slim margin of ll to I4 to Oxnard whom they had previously beaten l3 to l2. Tutored by Coach Paul Wilson, the Prep netters had a comparatively easy time in defeating their other county rivals from Fillmore, Santa Paula and the Junior l-ligh. Tom Meyers was runner-up for the county singles championship behind Wil- son of the Junior l-ligh. GOLF OLP, THOUGH not new in the school's competitive ath- letics, was given added impetus with the addition of a driving range and the furnishing of free equipment. Coached by Mr. Paul G. Kepner, dra- matics instructor, the golf team engaged in con- ference competition but was unable to win a match because of insufficient members. ARCHERY ARCHERY was the year's new activity added to the school's athletic catalogue. It was introduced at the in- stance of Joe Buckmaster. Not being an interscholastic sport, there are naturally no outside touranments. l-lowever, a club, sponsored by Buckmaster with Ed Buckner as president was formed. This club was created for the promotion of archery and greater compe- tition among its school adherents. lt is hoped that development of this event in other institu- tions will bring about conference tournaments. page sixty-fi mpg' id? fl' lfiiit 'tl-ff e , F u . Q -1 341.1 1 1 1 .:.,,i . ., t.. -an wt N at ir 1 LSL, 'X N ' ' 1 PQ? t ,. W 'TxL"w I N mi X 4-L 'ale i at L: L' A l W. . . - 0 I' v-"L, -A if UE' H, '-274 I 4. i3it,L,r nn ' . '5'.'Qtfg"' ' Girls9 Sports THE COACHES The coaches, Miss Mildred Pitt and Miss Elsie Mott, are two mighty good sports, and the girls enjoyed working under their careful supervision. MOTT PITT W. A. A. l-IE W. A. A, is the governing body for girls' athletics, therefore it is fitting that it should head the first page of women's sports. This club is sponsored in schools all over the coun- try and is organized to promote good sportsmanship, also, to create more of a social spirit among the girls from the different classes. This year a new constitution and point system were adopted. The officers elected were Jo Wagner, president, Guinevere Watsons, vice-president, Jane Watson, secretary-treasurer, and Mary Lake, recording-secretary. There were about forty members. Eight regular meetings were held, and each sport season was ended by a pot luck supper. VOLLEY BALL Volley ball opened the sport season. An interesting fact was observed-the girls coming out for this at the last minute showed particular ability without having practiced. Mary Lake and Pauline Miller were the stars. TENNIS The l3 and i4 tennis classes were so popular that many girls who wanted to get in had to be rejected. lnterclass tournaments were held. Players who were conspicuous in their ability were Ruth Dennison, Vivian Curtis and Geneva James. page sixty--six Girls' Sports HOCKEY The turnout for hockey was so poor that it was necessary to combine the l2's and l3's against the ll's. More interest is predicted for next year. BASKETBALL A two court system was introduced in basketball this year, requiring three forwards and three guards. The i4's in accordance with their superior years and, in some cases, size, succeeded in winning three out of three games. The captain of the winning team, Margaret Kerr, was outstanding as a forward and high point woman of the season. Other notable forwards were Doris l-lolden, Charlotta Marquez, and Ruth Dennison. ' SPEEDBALL Speedball seemed to be the most popular of all sports with the girls, judging at least from the size of the turnout. Two wings highly recommended by the coaches were Miyeko Ota and Margaret Kerr. BASEBALL As this annual goes to press the baseball season is just starting. lt is predicted, however, that the l4's will be victorious. Baseball playdays will be held at Fillmore and Fullerton. INDIVIDUAL SPORTS Golf and archery were new this year in the sport curriculum. No exceptional players in golf were discovered,but the girls enjoyed digging up the turf and yelling "fore " . ' Archery was taken more seriously by the participants. Interest was so keen a club was formed and plans made for the awarding of tassels. DANCING lncluded in the dance course are folk, tap, and social dancing. The most outstanding program of the year was put on for the benefit of Miss Kollmansperger's fashion show. On this program a tango and a "Dutch" dance were performed. page sixty-:even , , , '. ' 'WI 1 f w 3-if 11' 'W arfP,+.55,2 1 we ,rf-,Q Mm-ew T A 5' -555 f-vgpxl Siiiiffi 5? 4. -' rp- ff 'w:.l.:"N' 595.53 ' .52- -' 3 1 5 ff, N' if. Q, 4 Ji . ml' , - M.. ,N mtg 'V , 1, H L T3 ,- ,, ,, ,gym-y .?,,m,m,v MT.: A ,w5f:,:,,, - .1 if -1 1 K .M , x f t :F-ifiw " ' 317, EE?" xv. Aw U Q" x 1 'V ' ., A 5 u I A. - f 1. MEL" ' if A V,-f'fifi?f.i 551- W5 Z4 'f'T3't" -3: pn. ' v. -'r . jj-i - 1 fw1,3l,.' .Q - ., Y ' . , F V Q K ' ni? : mtg, . E53 gc sixty-ci gh! Sports Calendar Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb, Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Mar. Ma r. Mar. Mar. Mar. Ma r. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. May VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY TRACK 14,' Santa Maria d. Ventura 4, Ventura d. Taft 11, Ventura d. Compton 17, Santa Monica d. Ventura 18, Ventura d. Long Beach 24, Glendale d. Ventura 25, L. A, J. C. d. Ventura 32, Pasadena d. Ventura 1, Santa Monica d. Ventura 7, Long Beach d. Ventura 8, Glendale d. Ventura 14, L. A. J. C. d. Ventura 15, Ventura d. Pasadena 22, Ventura d. Compton PREP BASKETBALL 10, Santa Barbara d. Ventura 17, Ventura d. Lancaster 21, Ventura d. Oxnard 24, Ventura d. Fillmore 31, Ventura d. Santa Paula 5, Santa Barbara d. Ventura 18, Oxnard d. Ventura 2, Ventura d. Fillmore 3, Ventura d Lancaster 4, Ventura d. Santa Paula 6, Ventura cl. Oxnard 10, Santa Barbara d. Ventura VARSITY TENNIS 28, Vntura d. Compton 17, Ventura d. Taft 8, Ventura d. Santa Monica 25, Ventura cl. Long Beach 2, Glendale d, Ventura 9, Los Angeles d. Ventura 16, Pasadena d. Ventura PREP TENNIS 7, Ventura d. Fillmore 12, Ventura d. Oxnard 2, Ventura d. Santa Paula 25, Ventura d. Ventura Jr. 14, Oxnard d. Ventura 15, Ventura d. Fillmore 20, Ventura d. Santa Paula 9, County Tournament 23-14 there 51 -33 here 30-26 there 36-31 here 35-25 there 38-29 here 33-19 here 44-32 here 32-30 there 56-50 here 36-35 there 38-25 there 30-20 there 32-28 here 31 -26 here 42-26 there 31 -30 here 29-20 there 39-22 there 36-21 there 23-12 there 34-18 here 30-23 here 33-25 here 50-22 S. P. 34-33 there 15-10 there 19-4 here 12-1 1 here 19-4 there 233-0 there 23-0 here 20-3 here 10-5 there 13-12 here 25-0 there 17-8 there 1 1 -14 there 15-10 there 23-2 here here March 7, Ventura d. S. B. State Frosh 68-53 here Mar. 14, Santa Monica d. Ventura 114 2-3-16 1-3 there March 21, Ventura d. Long Beach 67-64 Mar. 28, Glendale d. Ventura 97 2-3-33 1-3 there April 18, Pasadena d. Ventura 115-16 May 2, Conference meet Glendale PREP TRACK A's B's March 13, Ventura d. Fillmore 64-43 53-39 there March 20, Oxnard d. Ventura 71-33 53-49 there March 27, Ventura d. Sta. Paula 65-46 49-23 there April 4, Russell Cup Meet Carpinteria April 24, Ventura County Meet Ventura May 9, Divisional Meet Carpinteria May 22, 20-30 Club Relays Ventura GOLF April 25, Long Beach d. Ventura 5-0 here May 1, Glendale d. Ventura 4-1 here May 8, Los Angeles d. Ventura 3-2 there May 15, Pasadena d. Ventura 4-1 there BASEBALL Mar. 13, St. Barbara State d, Ventura 7-2 there Mar. 17, St. Barbara St. Frosh d. Ventura 6-5 there Mar. 28, Compton Ventura 6-3 there Mar 31, Ventura d. S. B. St. Frosh 18-10 here Apr. 1 1, Taft d. Ventura 10-4 there Apr. 17, Ventura d. Taft 11-2 here Apr. 18, Santa Monica d. Ventura I 3-2 here Apr. 25, Long Beach d. Ventura 20-2 there May 2, Ventura d, Glendale 3-2 there May 9, Los Angeles d. Ventura 8-2 here May 16,'Pasadena d. Ventura 11-1 here page sixty-nine xg I 5' -1 I I- ,4 I ,Ji I 1"1l4' 1 -4 E: I ,l :Qi?S'Ii'?l . 4. I an MJ ' Walter M. Jones EXCLUSIVE SPORTING Gooos Darden 8a Randall Co. i 52 E. Main sf. 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