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To You ... this is Your Book ... dedicated to your moods ... gay, thoughtful, exciting, somber, romantic, creative moods .. dedicated to the future dreams you bui Id .
to the past you hove helped to complete ...
We have tried to catch the intangible ... the thrill of o football bonfire ... suspense, excitement at the games .. mixed emotions on graduation night . . the loneliness of a deserted hall ... most of all, your friends ... to You, th e Friend ...
Table of Contents
the Counsellor ... the Critic You
... the Friend
... the Triumph the Serious
... the Gay
The moods of which you write will always be with you. They ore porr of life. You con do much 10 con trol these moods so lhot they con be mostly happy, heolrhy ones. We hope you hove learned that being concerned for others, doing your job fully and well, accepting willingly your responsibi.lity, will leave you little time for self pity and resentmenl Rather that o full life of cheerful service will fill your hours with peacef I and happy moods. With you go our best wishes and the deep hope that we hove served you wel I.
-WILLIAM C. GAIGE
During the · post three years, Cloremonr High· Studenls have been most fortunate in knowing Mr. Newby. For his friendly humor and tactful arb1tro1ing during many a day, he hos become greatly liked. \t is indeed with the most sincere gratitude that we express our thanks ro him for the wonderful work he has accomplished at Claremont. Those wonderful pep talks before the Bonito game and his always ro be remembered cheerleoding hove become o tradition ot Claremont which all will miss. We shall miss his kindly encouragement, but hope that he will return to Claremont High School to find 1t greater for his leadership.
DR. RAYMOND I REDELL
MRS CL IHORD PITZER
WILLIAM F. MONTGOMERY
MRS. WJLLIAM WHEATON
CHARLES A. ARRINGTON Chem,stry Physics Physical Science Biology Camero Club "All righ1. 300 words!" "See you or 2 40." "Now lookee here-''
ELLEN R. COLBATH Girls' Gym Modern dance enthusiostÂ ''Where ore your tennis shoes?'' "I'm ofro,d I didn't see thot 1 "
LOTTIE LEE BENNETT Spanish World History Spanish Club "Oh pshaw'" "But I still love you'" Those Spanish stoles-
ALICE CORBEIL Chorus Ensemble "Put some real feel ina into th,s." Perfect pitch.
WILLIAM W. BOOTH General Moth Algebra Geometry Stoge Crew Vigdont holl wotcher-"Keep it down to a dull roar." "Now we're going to look at rhose eouotiom and see them wiggle!"
JEANNE P. DAUTH Art Daubers "I see." Moster organizer. The English cor!
LEO ARD L. COHN Boys' Gym Shop Hos a strong grudge ogains l des,gnong females! T hal jacket-
GEORGE DENES Orchestra Band "Uncle George" Cupid's righr hand mon' Elsa's Procession.
OYAL W. FRASER :- merciol Dept. --siness Club .,..._e man wnh lhe money. The p,;-rfec1ionis1. "Did you fo,. you ;,;- somelhing whe �-Ome r ?''
CORNELIA K. HULL English Deon of Girls "'You need 10 develop on intellecruol curiosity which would 01 least leod you os for os I e d,c 1onorv." Obscure obbreviations.
ROBERT E. JONES -English Soc iol SI ud ies Caught-up coot toils. Boyish. "The eligible bachelor!"'
ELEANOR R. KNUTSON English Social Studies ''Now I'll recd o s10,y." Smell.
1 F. LAIDLAW H:.-me Economics omemok,ng Club "Run eg,s ered Doberman across the boulevard 10 !he groce-ry store for me'" ''Am b gu u quest ions on 1esls'"
HARRY LEVINE Social Studies General Science porrners. "Howdy, ''Your guess is os good os O"lyor'le elsf 's."
LYLE C. MARTIN American Democrocv S'.en,o, P,oblems World History T,ock Cooch Cross-Counl ry Cooch Kev Club "It you don'! know ii, look ,1 up.'" "You get rhe oo,nt'" The ideal "Mort;n,on Dem· oc,ocy 1 "
ROBERT G. McGILL Lo1in £:ngli h C.S.F. 1,b,os ornnes "Cloud,1e "Now, when I wos in 1he Novy!"
IRENE B. MAHONEY Engl,sh Libroroon Annuol Advisor A reforming sp1 rit. · 'Someone didn't s,gn ou1 lhe late11 Posr'" Helpful in f ,ncl,ng a book O" any subject
ROBERT A PAPSDORF Shop Hobby Club Wo1tes no words. Direct ond ro the poinr. The new con rroclor and buildinq experl.
AR HUR N. REITNOUER Mothemot,cs Levis and beouii ful wool plaid shins! Scrubbing desks. " ow I"m only gonig to talk a few minutes_"
EARL MINOR Arr '"',Vhy don"r you mi� up o tor of colors?"
DREME COULTER Secretory Purple clothes. memory names, lriendl'I smde.
MR. WOOD Since 1911, Mr. Wood hos become closely ossoc,oted with Cloremonl HiQh School, ond ir is with sod ·roces :hot H,s we see h,m leave. friendl'I, qu,er woys hove be come a viral port of the school, and os o typing leoche.r, shop teacher. vice or inciool·, and business men age,, he become on 1nfluen rial member of our focul1 y
JEAN M. HENRICUS Schoo. Nurse "Who r con I do for you; "Need o gym excuse?"
ETHEL FETROW "The June Bride" Sympo thetic, Loves tho�e college tronscripts! BERN ICE KOESTER Sccrefory "Where ,s your obsence slip > " "Don' I you reoli,e, child. 1h1s ,s 1he middle of the oeriod)"
Lorrainr: Wosdon, Otis Ferrill, Elmer Bivins
B,11 Fuller, An y M r enson. Eorne I Fronk Gellman, 0 to Roley
SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
1s, Semes1er, lsl Row E Morrin, F. Chong, N Wcdburg, K. Ever�tl, M. Howkins, T. G,oih, J, Wall,orns
2nd R_w: F Goige, J Lowery, P Wode, S. Madsen. C. Pcor�on, H DeWee,�, D. Bo,�on
2nd Semester, l ,t Row: D Ice, G. Ander,on, Everett, C. Fenill, H Runsvold 2nd Ro,,,: P Mor met. J. INillwm,. D. Her,. t'-!. Clayton, I Hern, M W,11,oms, C. (hofke,
W, Bosson )rd Row. C Pearson, S. Gonzoles, S. Madsen, F. Go,gc-, J, Lowry, D. Jocot>s, P_ Andc,�on
This yeor the Student Council, which ,s rhe governing body of the high school, n'lode much progress under the capable direction of Wesley Bosson Meeting once o week,' it hos solved many problems and helped to impmve our school in many ways � One o( irs moin purposes this year was to hove rhe students accept more responsibility rat her tho n leaving o ii outhon ty ro the teachers In this way the re wi 11 eventua Ily be rec I student government. The main accomplishment tho the Student Council mode this year wos the establishment of student-run s udy hails This is the first year that these study halls hove been tried and h::ive succeeded. Student Council olso took over proble1ns wh,ch arose in the cafeterro. These ore I erely two of the things that Srudent Council hos done in progress toward the goal of real student government.
Vice President CARLYNN CHAFFEE
Secrerory MARY WILLIAMS
Business Monooer HAROLD R\JNSVOLO
Adver1,sing Manager ILA RAE HAUGE
Wollpocket Co-editor JANET WILLIAMSO
El E piritu o-editor A NE LOCKWOOD
Srudt"nr Body Pres,def'\I WESLEY BOSSON
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT'S LETTER
Throughou,t this year, more hon any student government, self足 government, o nd student-teacher re lo足 tions, hove reached an ultimate peak. I at r ribute th is to the outstond ing morale of he St udenr Body os a whole. to the spirii of each class, and to the sincer, y of the ind,viduof sruaenr. With th,s a i足 tude _we were able ro create ond en 1oy act ,v, t ,es never before experienced in this school To you who will return: hold this spirit . high, and you will find even greater en足 Joyment in the years to come. -Wesley Bosson
EJ Espiritu Co-ediro, ANN WAGN R
Wol fpockel Co-edilor KA STEN VIEG
Row I B Grof, E. ,Mort in, President Row 2: C. Ferri I I; B. Deons: D. Weston, Wedbe,g, D. Ice, President; D. Clark
To You. ily
You who hove led the Claremont High Schoo! with such sincer-
You who hove grown, matured from children to adults ... You who now face
the world ... The mirror of experience reflects upon your high school days .. we see much to be proud of
and some which we would now hide bock in the dust of time, ond label outgrown _
mirror reflects days, moods of happiness, friendliness, sincerity, honor ... and once, a mood of sorrow never to be forgotten ... These are the moods which chorocterize you . .
except perhaps they are
more than moods . .. they ore the instruments by which you sculpture life to suit your reflection .. . glorify those who cross your reflection .. .
GRANT ANDERSON "Men go forthesr when they ore smoothest. "-Richter "The Artist,'; smort dresser, often een in a red Chevy sedon. 6 yeors ot C. H S. Social Chairman-) Football-1 Tolent Show-2 Student Council Represento rive--4
BET E BRENSI GER Sleepyr,me gol. "or J o'clock in rhe rnoming !" 3 years ot C. H. S "Talk not of wosled olfection, oflect,on never wos woSt€d" -Long /ellow Library Ciub-3 Soonis Club-2 Girls' Leogue-2, 3, 4
CONLEY ANGLE "I om, sir, o brother ol the ongel"-Wolton Working man, get out ond get under, automMive en I husiost 6 years 01 C. H. S "Meet Arizono"-3 Trock-1, 2, 3 Chorus-2, 3, 4
·CARLYNN CHAFFEE "Many smalls make o g,eot" -Proverb "I thought I could 1ust d,e," "Red," shore and cute 5 yeo,s ot C. H. S. S. B. Vice-PresiderH-4 S. B. Secretary-) Clols V,ce-P,es.-1 G. A. A.- I, 2, 3, 4 C . $, F.-2, 3, 4; Pres.-4 Tolen! Show-2, 4 Glfls' Ensemble---4
WESLEY BOSSON "My cor-er Croslev, will o t ke onything," executive mon ner. � years ot C. H. S. He wos o men, which os Plato sa,th, is a vc,y incon stont creoture. "-Plutorch. S. B. President-4 S. B. reasurer-3 Closs P,es.-2 Letterman's Club-,-3, 4 Footboll-3, 4 Boske ball-2, 3 Key Club-2, 3, 4
FRED CHANG "A shon saying olten carries much wisdom·' -Sophocles All round 01 hlete, mothemat· ical genius, Physics teacher's fovor,fe 2 years 01 C. H. S. Letrermon's Club-), 4; VicePres Key Club-4 C. S. F.-3, 4; Pres.-4 Footboll-4 Boseboll-3, 4 r,ock-3, 4 Basketball-3, 4
CAROL BOYES Efficient, othlet1c, Easler time blond �. years or C., H. S. Consistency s o Jewel'' Proverb G A_ A-1, 2, 3, 4, monoge, - 2: Sec-T,eos. - 3; Capr.-4 Wolfpocker Stoff-d Annual Stoff-4 L,brory Club-1, 2, J; vice pres.-J Spanish Club-4, socio/ choi,man-4
C S. F -2, 3, 4
BRUCE CHESTER "Stubborn labor conque,s al I h t ings. " -Virgil 6'1", Ko1hy, beoch cobin 6 year; 01 C. H. S. Closs P,es.-3 Lerte,mon's Club--2, 3, 4; Pres.-6 Key Club -3, 4 Trock-2, 3, 4; Copt.-4 Footboll-4 Ooeretto-l
DIANA CLARK ''A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.J' Nonsense, ons of the girls, Alhambra booster 2 yeors or C. H. S. G. A. A.-3, A Girls' Leogue--3, 4; Vice• 4 Pres. Wol fpocke Stoff-4 Social Choirman-4 Mo e-Up Commitree-4 T alt:.- t Show-4
.'AMES DITTMER ''Ask me no ouestions, and I'll tell you no fib"--Gold smith "Bock in Burler, Pa ., Ronnie' shadow, Mechanical marve l I year or C.H. 5 Chorus-4 "One Foor in Heaven"-4
NORMA CLAYTON "I 'II speak i,1' o monsr,ous little vo,ce."- Shokespeore A cor load of gals, future phormaci,t. real sweet 6 yeor at C. H, S. Closs Vice-President-) Girls' League-I, 2, 3, 4; Treos.-.3; Pres.-4 Closs Trearure,-3 G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4 Talent Show-I, 2, 3, 4
BENNIE MAE EAKIN "Where humor, quoinr and shy, Dimples rhe cheek and poinrs the eye."-Sheridon Born speech maker, happy homemaker, dimples 6 years ot C. H. S. Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4 Opereito-3 Tolenl Shaw-2, 4 G. A. A.-1 Christmas Pogeont-3 Girls' League-I, 2, 3, 4
RONNIE DAY " Let the world slide, let the world go; A (ig lor core, ond o iig for woe!"-Heywood Chonging hoirs1yles, Jim's Shadow. party car 6 years at C. H. S. Foorball-J, 4 8aseboll-2, 4 Lerterman's Club-2, 3, 4 8 Football- I, 2
BRUCE DEANS "The rnon t at loves ond laughs must sure do well." -Pope Proud new cor owner, Dororhy, League terror 01 rockle 5 yeors or C. H S. L ertermon's C ub-2, 3, .d Footboll-2, 3, 4; Co-Copt -4 Comero Club-.d, Pres -4 Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4 "Meet Arrzono"-3 Wol!packer Sta i·f-3
CAROLYN FERRILL "A pleos,n�, ioce is no slight advantage Can't help lovin' rhot rnon of mine, mod driver, suit ry class beauty 4 years 01 C H. S.
BOB FINER "I om not obliged 10 find you on undersrandm(l"-Johnson F ulI roce Ford, S,. Probs. dis cussion monopolizer, wide reoder 4 years ot C. H. S. Wolfpocket Stoii-4 Talent Show-4 r
G. A. A-1, 2, 3, 4
Talent Show-2, 3, 4 Closs Vice-Pres -3, A Cheerleoder-4 Student Cou;-1cil-2, 3, 4 Social Choim on-2, 3
DELBERT GO ZALES "Take my word for ii, it ,s no laughing mo ter"-C1cer<.J Deadly hook shot, big smile, corny jokes 2 years at C. H. S. Footboll-J, 4 Bo ketball-J, 4
RONALD HA YNES "Hark, do I hear the tardy belP" The boys, no Smi ti ys, ,ogt imc 5 years ct C. H. S. Talent Show-I, 2, 3, 4 B Foctboll-2, J T,ock-2, J, 4 Bond-2, 3. 4 Kev Club-4
BARBARA GR1,F "A good mind possesses a kingdom" BUN A-GO NA, me1hodical, well dressed 5 years at C. H. S. Clas, Sec-Treas.-4 Library Club-2, 3, Pres.-3 Talent Show A�sistont Director-4 C. S. F.-2, 3, 4 T enn1s Teom-2, 3 Bodmin1on Monocier-4
JANE HOLDOM •'This is a London oo,1iculor ---o fog, Miss.''-Dickem "A I " English notes, flute fiend, con, of tomato iu,cc 2 years ol C H. 5. G A. A -3, 4 Tolent Show-3 Wolfpocker Stoff-4 Annual Stofl-4 C S F. 3 Santo borboro Music F'estival
CHARLES HALE ''Whateve, is worth doin<J at all, is worth doing well " -Chcs1erf1eld Crew cut, quiet, hard worker !math whiz) 6 years at C H. S. Key Cfub-2, J, 4 Lei te1rnon's C IL, 3, d Trock-3, 4 Annual Sta ff--d Wolf pocket Sro tf-4 Bosketbo.11 Mana9er-d
MARAL YNN HONAKER "The wolls of 1hy dear naur; keep unc ok'd That cmµlc, thy fair mmd." - Shakespeare Peaches and cn'am complc ion, fake duals, ploys a mC'<ln sex 6 years ct C. H S. G. A. A.-1, 2, J, <I; Prcs.4; Vice-Pres.-) Bond-2, 3, 4 Tolcm Show--1, 2, 3 Wolfpocket Sralf-J , A library Club-2, 3; V.P -?. Bible Club-4
HARRIET HARDEN "They soy, What do rhey soy' Let them soy. --Old To1a men1 C. M. C , pony 10;1 I veer ct C H S Gori·,' Leoguc-d
DO ALO ICE "Above our life we love a s!eadfost fricnd,"-Marlowe G t along with everyone. prclly Plymouth, sluqger 6 years at C. H. S. lcnermon\ Club- , 3, 4 Ba�cl,oll-2, 3, 4; Copl,--4 Foot oll-2. 4 Basketball -2 Key Club- 3, 4: V. P.-4 Closs Pres.- 3, 4
JONES BEAT RIC "Two ore better than one" Old T estoment Silly laugh, every week o new fella, power glide Qirl 21/� years ot C. H. S. library Club---2 G. A. A.--2, 3, 4 Moke·Up Cammittee-J, 4 3 Annual Stoff Wolfpocket-4 Talent Show-4 Drama Club-3
MABEL LANDIS "Your face ,is os o book, where men Moy read strange Shakespeare molters." Red hair, ''The Critic" 6 years ot C. H S. G A A - I, 2, 3, 4 Talent Show-2, 3, 4 Spanish Club-2, 3 Library Club-2, 3 Santa Barbara Music Fest ivol 2, 3, 4 Annual Siaff-4
JUDY LINKE p the being "So we bu, d rhat we ore"-Wordsworth Red rose, ushererte 1/� year ot C. H. S. G"ls' League-4
JERRY LAWSON ''You come lore, yet you come!" -Schell es Fontana. high jump, gutless Chevy 6 years at C H. S. Stage C rew-1, 2, 3 B Football-3 B Basketball- I; monoger2 C Track-2, 3 B T rock------4 Camero Club-2
ANNE LOCKWOOD "From every blush that kin rhy cheeks Ten dles i thousand little loves and graces spring." Unconventional ist modern poetry, laug ind eyes 2 years at C. H. S. G A. A.-3, 4 Ensemble-] Talent Show-3 Annual Stoff-3; Co-Editor4 C. S. F -3, 4 Make-Up Committee--) 4 Drama Club--3
BINNIE LARSON "She ,s litrle, she is wise, She's o terror for her size " Big corwerso1ionolis1, a beau in every town, "peel guy peel" 6 years 01 C. H. S. G. A A - I, 2, 3, 4 Wolfpocket-3, 4 Ensemble-4 Chorus- I, 2, 3, 4 Operetro-3 Library Club-3
ELAINE MARTI "Born for success she seemed With grace ta win, wit heart to hold With shining gdrs rhat took all eyes." -Emerson Bud, Queenie, "the Illy maid y of Asrolor'· 6 years at C H. S G. A. A.-\ 2 3 4 Closs Pres_ _'._4 ' :,olent Show-2 , 3, 4 One Foot in Heaven"-4 Cheer! eoder-4 C. S. F.-2, 3, 4 Ensem bl e--4
JESSE MARTINEZ Quiel, friendly smile, English b,oin 6 years 01 C. H S. "Since all allow 1h01 manners make the mon" T,ock-1, 2. 3, 4 Letrermon's Club-3, 4 Sponi;.h Club-2 Cho,us-1
ANITA MATTHAY "When duty whispers low, thou mus(, The youth re plied, I con."-Emerson sincere, Completely quiet smile, e/ficienr worker J years at C. H. S. Cha,us-2 G. A. A.-3, 4 Modern Dance Ciub---3, 4 Tolen! Show Assistant Director- -4 Girl!.' I eogue---2, 3, 4
MARY LOU MAXCY "Keep thy friend under 1hy own life's key."-Shoke� pe□re Horses, business-like, conser var,ve 6 years 01 C. H. S Girls' Leanue---1, 2, 3, 4
MARGOT NEWMAN "Laving goes by hops; Some Cupid k:, s with arrows, some with '.raps."-Shokes peore Country girl, "Oh hone,lly," never misses a oood party 6 years ot C H. - S G. A. A.-l, 2, 3. -4 Talent Show-I, 4 Charus- l, 2, 3, 4 Operetta-] 8 Songleoder-3 Girls' League--- I, 2, 3, 4
DOUGLAS PECK "A still small voice spoke unto me."-Tennyson Porty times, Hot •· 4 I," Alhombro 4 yeors at C. H. S. Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4 Lellermen's Club-3, 4 Key Clulr-3, 4; Pres -4 Tolent Show-I, 3, 4 Footboll-2, 3, 4 Trock-2, 3, 4
ERVIE PENA ''The boy is o living Jock-1n the-box; He always comes UD smiling." T ri-Counry flash, big ,m,)e 1 year 01 C. H. S. Talent Show-4 B Footboll-4 Bosketbofl---4 Boseboll -4 Trock-4 Sponisl Club-4
ORVILE MOEN water runs "Smooth the where the brook runs deep " -Shakespeare Scientific, motorcycle I year al C. H. S.
JOH PENTER "His very foot hos music ,n·r As he comes up the stoer ·· -Adom "Penrod," h,gh vaulter 6 yeors 01 C. H. S Footboll-3, 4 Trock-2, J, 4 Le termon's C l ub-2, 3. 4 Tolen! Show-1 2 B Footboll-l, 2 8 Bosketboll_:_ l, 2
JEA NE PLATT "Bies I be the on, that con immortalize." Cowper Arristic, laugh, "Sh---1 want to learn ;omething'" 3 yeors 01 C. H. S G A A-3, 4; monoger-4 G,rls· eogue-2, 3, 4 Tole I Show- 4
VIIVI SOOLEPP "The mildest manners. and the ocntlest heart."-Pope Generous, clothes, o I w o ys friendly 1 '/� year ot C. H. S. Lib1ory Club--3
ROSA TORRl:L "What should o man do but be merry.· '-Shakespeare Good humored, rood a;rnrd 5 1,� years 01 C. H. S. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4; Copr J. 4 Red Cross Rep.-] Chorus- I. 2, 3, 4 Wolfpocket sraff-2, 4 Spanish Club-2, 3. 4; V. P.
KARSTEN VIEG "He'll never d,e of overwork. He doesn' I believe in it." The cynic, wine, women ond song, nonconformist. 2 years 01 C. H. S. Wol/pockel Co-Editor-4 Foo1boll-3, 4 "One Foot in Heoven"-4 "Meer Ariwno"-3 Talent Show------4 Key Club---4
Chor s-3 Girls' Leogue-3, 4
"I om not arguing with you, I'm lell,ng you." New I hough ts, absentee, "We'll never gel lhe Annual our" 6 years 01 C. H. S. Talent Show 1, 2, 3 Tennis Teom- , 2 Annuol Co-Edilor-4 Operetto-3 G. A A.-1, 2, 3, 4 C. S. F.-2. 3, 4 Ensemble--2, 3, 4
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The class of '53 hos hod on exciting and eventful year with many projects completed, money for the all-important Jr.-Sr. Prom earned, and plenty of parries and fun all year long. Under the capable leadership of Stanley Madsen, on paper drives, food sales, the onnuol Parents Dance (which almost turned into o Junior Closs party) and even sold personalized stationery. Th is year the closs was united as it never had been be lore. Remember those ofter-the-game parties which proved such boosters to the never ending string of romances:> And the girls hod parties which kept some of Claremont owoke 1 The Junior Closs hos shown o wo nderful spirit and ability to work. They hove already proved that as leaders of the school, they wil( be most successful Good luck to you, Juniors 1
Row I: K. Everett, J. Streich
'E f HAMM�
ILA RAY HAUGE
BRUCE BEA TTY
KA THY EVERETT
The Sophomore Class is truly the middle mori in the school, and as such, hove given a wonderful omourit of spirit and pep to all t�e high school activi ties. Through the capable leadership of presidents David 8ossori and Steve Gonzoles, this cl.oss hos truly started working. The dance which they put on, under "The Big Top," was o great success, both socially and financially. r.he determination and spirit of this class is with them iri whatever they attempt, and Claremont High School con truly be most proud of them.
Row l · E. Lyon, T. Groth, C low, V. Stivers,
Ko,1off, B Ch,d
Row 2: D. Aronov,v,; D. Jone,; S. Goru.oles, Pres.; D. Boss.on, Pres ; D. Woy; P. Mort ,nez; . G. Siroley ""'
: B. (hidlow, M. Howk,ns, P. Eller, M.
Blanchard, B. Bell, L. Chong, K. Conklin Row 2: C. Cook, C. Bnden. T. Grorh, G. Boyes, F. Holmes, H. Conrreres, D. Jones, K.
Row 3 B. Bryon, D. Aronovic,, 8. Porhom, S. Gonzo,'p,, ), Bosson, M. Groy, J. Jackson, D. Brunswortf,, R Gray, J. Sherrell
Row 3: F. Sm,th, A
J. Piotr , H. Wheoron. Row 2
Hendon, D Herr, G. Hughes.
Larsen. B. Norris. P, Mortinez, D.
Woy, G. Straley, D Long, L Sweet
Mol,no, C. Kostofl. B.
Sum pter . V. Stivers, S Matthey, M M,JI,.,. B. Shellenbar ger, E. lyo", K. Ruckdoshel, J. Torrei
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL This year he Junior High Student Council hos been very uccessful in solving many ,of the problems of the Junior High. This success was mode possible by the capable leadership of Birn Jollymour as president both semesters, by having Miss Knutson as our wonderful ad visor, and of course by the helpful suggestions and ideas of oil the homeroom representotive5 The council's rna,n achievement this year was the success ol the magazine subscription drive for Bond Uniforms. The idea was o big hit and soon we hod Claremont divided up so every homeroom would hove equal rerritory to cover The sellers went right to work and soon we hod quite o bit of m·oney rewords r he un ,_ forms Even in all this.excitement, he pion ning of awards, the solving of many class problems, ond the carrying out of social affairs were not forgotten. The development of th,s Student Counc,I is o mark of progress ,n Clare mont High's history.
I 11 Row M. Fro1e,., A. Hungerford, 8. Pom eroy, J. Hornmond, D. Ferrill 2nd Row
1st Row: K. Former. R Streich, S. Honaker, A. Fredendoll, 8. Pomeroy, R. Gofor1h 2nCI Row: M. Froter, H. Srreicn. J. Hammond, Dione Ferrill, L. Ice. A. Hungerford, F. F,sh. M,ss 'nutsen
H' Stre,ch, 8
Jollymour. P. Sm,th
3rd Row. S. Feli,, L Armenderezc. T Smith. D. Nerren, J, Lyon, B. LM,n 4th Row: N, B,oo <. �. S Benson, T. Plummer, C. - Norri,. J. Lyon. 3. Loi in P, Johnsron, 8. Jollymour, C. Ebel!, P Sm,th
FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS The F reshmon closs, under the leodersh ip of its two class
presidents, Gibby Candelas 011d Fred Gaige, hos hod o very suc
cessful yea; in more woys than one. Wi1h on average enrollment
well over eighty, it has been this year's biggest class; scholast1-
cally, the Freshmen hove consistently lead the rest of the school
on the Honor Roll, and expect to swell the ranks of the C S F.
next year; athletically, the Freshmen hove provided the bulk of
Wolbeck Bee team strength, and ore looking foreword to 1oin1n9
the Varsity in the Foll; socially, the Freshmen hove supported oll
school dances nc:b"y; and dramatically, the Freshmen hove done
their port in school ploys and the Talent Show. Next year's Soph omore class should be one of the best in many a year.
R ,·,w l. A Conl/erez, J. Hammond, J EnfielCI, L Ice, M. Darby, N. Johnson, J. Jackson, J. Boggess, D. Femll Row 2. P, McCorson, G. Griflirh, M. Cloywell, S. Alba, S. Gonzol;:s_ G. Albo, J. 8on,comp, A_ Hungerford, L. Johnson, M. Hunter, M. Hokes,
Row I: M Wod,enr,n, J. Kees, J. Scotr, B. Woodrum, L. Woll<er, K. Woll, M. Togor, J. Negg, 8. Penter Row 2:B. Serna, L Mon,nez, J. Sar,de,�, 0 Sh�lknbo,ger, A Torrez, P Perkins, M. Mc8urney, 8. Pomeroy, A. WeHbroo!... J. McKenzoe, Monjarre1
Row 1 · P. Wade, A. Hungerford, N Johnson, D. )ocobs, F Gaige: Pres. Absent G. Co"dclo,. Pres.
L ,"•·-"son, C Inmon, J Ellison Row J: Mr. McGdl, J. Dnnke,, D. Jacobs, E. Cunl,lle, P Anderson, R. Grof, E Hoenel, F. Goigc, C. Gonzale,, J. Former, R. Gill, E. Heorsr, P John;ton
Row 3. F. Molone, P. Wade, S Mole"drei, R. Porrillo, 8 Woodrum, B. Mo�sey, N. Lor5on, 8 Woll, J. Rei mo, D McCali,re,, L. McCollster, L, Lagan, N. Lineberry Row 4: W Chirrenden. B. Twdord. P. Sm,th, B. Jollvmour. V Mc.Corry, C. Sreele, L. Snvde,, W Jone;, J Lowry, N. Nclsor., Mr. McG,11
8th GRADE EIGHTH GRADE The class of "56" has token many long strides this year. They turned out on top of the school in their efforts during the Band Uni form drive, sel Ii ng many tickets and leodi ng in the magazine subscription drive. You, of this closs, hove much energy and pep. By carry1_ng it with you into senior high next year, you.will push the school for ahead. Kori Ebell and Larry Armendarez deserve a lot of cred,t for leading the class so well in all the projects they hove accomplished. In Moy, they hod a dance, financed by money they made through food soles. The spirit of this class is at the top of the 8TH GRADE CLASS PRESIDENTS 1 si Semester - K. Ebel! 2nd Semester - L. Armenderez
entire high school, and they hove proved themselves excellent high school students.
Row I: 8. Brydon, J. Alexander, L. Bur�edield. M. F rare,, D. Jackman, E. Goforth, B Altshuler, K. Gofde,, D. Go11en. H. Gray Row 2: M. Boldrich. B. Lace. S. Clark, G. Bart lett, 8 Ben Icy, 8. Hammond, L. Armenderez.
) Griggs, H. Govero, N Head Row 3: E. Lor;on, J, ContrGrn. M Coldiron, P. Frankel. Mr. Lavine, K. Ebell, D. Clerk D Ben son, D. L>owell
Ro, I. R. Robenson, Miss Knurson, S Sw,ck, S. Ruckdoshelt, S Pouge, Y. Zunica, L. Solo iar, R Metend,1:,, R Patrillia Row 2. W Will,amso11, R. 0olos, ). Rath ey , J_ Raison, C. Leighton, L_ Lowe, D. Rencher, M_
Linkic-, H. Streich, D. Peck, l SI ,:fl e d Row 3: R. Loom,n, L. Tryon, 0, Norton, 0, Manley, E. Rhoads, W. St<irthmon, R Roney, W. Wodling1on, W. Scherer, R. Wilcox, C. Rvnsvold, T. Smith, B. P1:nnock.
7th GRADE SEVENTH GRADE "Bewo re of the younger generation'" How true I his Is. Just look at the seventh graders. The class of "57'' hos taken port in many school activities, and mode a big name lor themselves in the bond uniform drive. Many of the boys hove participated in Junior High sports, and the class hos presented rwo Junior High assemblies. The schcol looks with pride at the seventh grade. We con indeed expect big accomplishrnents from 1his class. Two boys who deserve much credit this yeor ore the class presidents, Norman Book and Bill Lattin.
Row l: J. Chandler, S Harrison, p. Gorr, E. Conirerez, K. Former, A. Fredendoll, J. Ellison, L, Beiley, J. Floro, L Cooper, A.ow 2: J. Deko, E A�h, A Espinosa, T. Go11-
1st Row· A To<rez, R. Streich, P. Sanchez, B. Wol I, 0. Reed, L. Kelly, L, Snyder. U Moconl, P S,nger, E. Zasso, R. W�eks 2nd Row· L Mon1orez, R . "',ornlon, T, �'lumb er, R. Whyle, S. Mossey, B Mar,no, B. Shan non, W. Rose, L. Sm, h, 8. Swo,tz, R Johnson,
7TH GRAD£ CLASS PRESl'JENTS l ;1 Semester - N. Booke 2nd Semes1er - B. Lollin
zoles, D. Gonzoles, N. Borell, J_ Hearst, H. Goff, S. Honaker, K. Burnett, M. Gordon Bookc, F. Fish, B. BonRow J: J. Condelos, 1comp, Mr Reitnour
E. Mabry Row 3: P. Troyer, R. P11ce. B Youn9, J_ Lyon. W. Lot,n, C. or11s, J Troyer, K Slo ighrer, D Sheets, M. Smirh, F. Terry, P. Walch, R. Nichol, R Jones, Mr. Jones
LETTERMAN'S CLUB •
Row 1: R. Whilham, C. Hole, J. Penler, B.
Row 3: E.
Chesle,, D. P.-ck, D. Ice, W. Sosson, R. Doy,
Sweel, M. Gray , P. Marline,, D. Adom,
Peno, S. Madsen, S. Gonzoles,
Row 2: 8. Deans, F. Chong , J. Jackso , J.
Row 4: T. Bustos,
Mori ine1, D Hernonde1, R. Gonzoles, 8. Jones
D. Long, E. Wolfe, G. Swick, M,. Cohn
Semo, D. Woy, G. S1roley,
Under the supervisidn of advisor Leonard Cohn ond president Bruce Chester the Lettermans' Club enjoyed o very successful year. The club is open to any athlete who earns o Varsity letter in one of the moJor sports. He is formally accepted into the club ofter the initiotio·n ceremonies in the month of Moy. During this month it is possible to get the best free shoe shines ever! This year the big event was the annual Let termons' Dance. As usual it drew o large crowd and earned a sizeable sum for the club. The almost traditional Lettermans' Carnival was cancelled since the c I ub was not in need of funds moki ng i I one of the most unusua I clubs in school' Several athletes brought honor to the dub and schco\ by gaining recognition to the All Tri Count ty League teams in football and basketball. !n football Fred Chong, Glen Swick and Pot Mortinez received second-string berths, while, Bruce Deans and T rinidod Bustos each hod honorable me.ntion. In basketball our players were even more honored, placing four members on the All-League team, Captain Ricky Whitham and Fred Chong were selected on the first team, Stan Madsen on the second team, and Delbert Gonzales for honorable mention. Rick was singled out os the Most Valuable Player of the league by the opposing coaches.
LEONAR0 COHN, Football Cooch
Football - Coached by Mr. Cohn and Mel Metcalf, line coach, the Wolfpock enjoyed three consecutive
Lack of depth resulted
our downfall in
league ploy. The team was ,nspire<.: ;)y the ploying of Co-Captains Ricky Whitham, Bruce
Deans, and next year's Co-Captain T rin1dod Bustos.
CHARLES GILL ond DAVE ARONOVICI
Dove Adorns, tockle, B,uce Ch�s,er, guard;
T,;nodod Bo·s,os, guord; Bruce Deons, Co-Cop-
10,n, tackle, Howard Deweese, cer,ter; Delbert Gonzoles, defens,ve ond 0Hens1ve end.
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o.�• t.o,,o. ,,_.-... )'Of\ � 9'-''d tttft M .. •,ihy. I�
Doug Peck, defensive end Chari es Steele, tackle Luther Sweet, offensive halfback Glrn Swick, fullback Eddie Wolfe, fullback and defensive halfback Dennis Woy, cenre,r and l.nebocker
The Claremont Varsity come through with a mediocre football season. They started oH like a f:?OCk of starved wolves and chalked up three consecutive practice game victories. They continued this glorious streak by defeat足 ing Corona, but then disaster struck The "Pock" lost four games in o row, ond that wos the '51 season. It should be mentioned that Claremont is the smol lest school 1n the league ond though the team lacked mater足 ial and experience, it was never in need of spirit, desire, or fight. Our starting offensive line-up consisted of Co-Captain Ricky Whitham at quarterback, Luther Sweet and Mario Serna ot the halfbacks, and Glen Swick or fullback. Though the backfield was comparatively light, it hod plenty of speed. Our fast and hard charging line hod Ronnie Doy and Dennis Woy alternating ot center, Stan Madsen and Trinidad Bustos at guards, Dove Adams and Co-Captain Bruce Deans at the tackles, and Delbert Gonzales and Fred Chong ot ends. The defensive line-up found John Penter and Bill Jones os linebackers, Pot Mortinez and Eddie Wolfe as halfbacks, and Ricky at safety. Proct1colly oil our line足 men ployed the f u 11 game with the exception of the ends. Don Ice took over Fred's end spot on defensive Other players who sow o lot of action were ends Doug Peck and Bud Bosson, tackle David Long and guard Bruce Chester. Though we did not hove a winning season we showed the sportsmanship which won us the Sport::;monship T ro足 phy /or the third consecutive year.
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Buddy Bos;s;on, offensive end and defensive hollback Ronnie Doy, center
Fred Chong, end Steve Gonzale,, quorterbock Pat Mori inez, olfensive, defensive ho If bock John Pent er, /ullbock, I ,nebacker Mario Serna, hol/boc Ricky Whitham, Co-Coploin, QUOrterbock and
S. Molendre?, L. Logon, G Stroley, B.
Bosson, P. Smith, B. B,\'on, B. Norris, R. Grof,
Jollymour, C. Gonrnlc�, K. Hendon, J. Lowrey,
J, Piotr, H. Run�vold, P. Anderson, V McCarty,
P. Wede, E. Hearst, P John ton, M,. Lavine
Row 2· B. Twiford, M. Gray, G. Hughes, D.
When this year's B footfjoll team assembled on the field for the first time in loped up ond torn uniforms, Mr. Levine, the coach, sow that there was qui•e a bit to be done in developing this group of boys into a workable ream. He did it The finished product was a hard hitting, powerful team wh,ch only lost one league game. There was o lor of spir,t and cooperot1on shown on the playing field, ond in spite of major d1sodvontages. especially in the way of siz'-', Clorernonr H,gh hoJ much to be proud of 1n their B football team.
JU IOR HIGH FOOTBALL
Row 1: Y. Sm,th, B. Pennock, K Ebel I, X. Bus tos, G. Bar len, W_ Williamson, H Gonzoles Row 2: B. Hammond, R. ewmon, R Polos, L. Armcndere�, C. Runsvold, S. Feli�, Mr. Re,t noue,
This year the Junior High Football team had o very successful season, winning five out of their eight gom�s- Coached by Mr. Reirnouer, the teom showed skill and coordination. The boys ployed schools of much higher en rollment, and still held their own. This learn hos shown promise of going for in Claremont High athletics.
RICKY WHITHAN, CAPTAIN
FRED CHANG Ce Mer
COACH DON DEMMON
MANAGERS, ERROL MURPHY CHARLES HALE
TRINIDAD BUSTOS Guard
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ROBERT GONZALES Guard
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MIKE GRAY Farwo,d
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��, ..f'!r'-._···.'.-.' STEEVE GONZALES Guard
JIM )ACKSON Center
"'A I MAK, I INI.L.. Guard
CHARLES STEELE Center
GEORGE STRALEY Forward
DENNIS WOY rorword
Afler two yeors Chino finally succeeded in defe · ing the Wolfpock for the Leogue title. Coached by new comer, Don Demmon, the 'Pock ended up a re specroble second to Chino, the CIF Chornpions. e ore truly proud of our team and coach and predict o even more successful season next year.
A weary Walfpack iusr recoverong from a smudg,ng succeeded in deleot,ng its arch nval, Bon,ra. Though the was wit hout the serv·cc; of Delbert Gonzoles, they neverth out rebounded and ourshot rhe Beorcors Cootoin R,cky Wh,t and Fred Chong provided the scortng punch by cholk,ng up and I I points respectively. As ,ndtcoted bv 1he score. the second game was even o con1es1 Ervie Peno occompl ,shed on os1ono5h1,-,9 leot fo _5 ,n 1he 1h1td quarter. Entering the game for the first time 1h01 quarter he d,o�ped ,n five successive field goals' He lef gom w11h o perfect overage.
Cooch Don Demmon surpr1sed everyone when he star ed oil-sophomore ream in our first encounter with the Puen e riors. Whor wo, even more surprising was the focr iho t l,nished our the quorre, w,th o 18-1 2 leod. W,th Mike Gray C'" • George Strolev or forward,, J,m Jackson or center, ond S• ,e Gonzoles ond Par Mortinez ot guards, they really opp ored ·: be on up and coming boll club. The regulars took over in -,, second auorTer and won hondily_ In the second gome the Worroors gor uo off rhe floor c-: really gave us o roug time Enjoying o comfortable lead hrOIJ!;� out the irst three quoners we seemed to be headed toworm = other eosy vie o,y. However, Puente got hot ond Claremon; corne too conservative, o d so t e leod d vondled, f,nolly e in o one po,nr v,c,ory to, us.
Airer two veors, Ch,no f,nollv succeeded in defeoring ,ant during o cruc,ol encounter Height seemed to be our ondicop ,n both gomes, bul poor boll handling in the , ocruolly caused our down/oil. Up to the third quart r it nip and tuck olfoir with less than three paints seporo two teams. But poor poss,ng, shooting, or'ld reboundi� th11d quarter resulted ,n a victory for Chino. Rick was a point mon for us, alo"g with Sron Madsen. The second game proved to be o reol thriller. A crowd had filled the gym long before game time 10 w,1 game which would determ,ne whether we were to be se< co-c ompions. A .tense and strained s,lence spread throug spectators as the ·referee gathered the ten players in the rr of the court and ir'IStructed them on v,hot ro do. The t ,ncreosed o rhe rip-off and continued u til t e buzzer sig the ending of t e game. Sharp shooting by Delbert and Ric us 1n most of the game. At the half the 'Pock wos I odir.g 2-4-23. th anks 10 o lost second field gaol bv Delbert The sc=·! o the end of the thord Quarter was 30-29 ,n Ch,no's favor, _ hen we ran out of gas With live minutes to go, Chino ahead and wan by six pai.':'ts. Del ben cholke up l 3 points.
Coploin Rocky Whitham hod o red hot night and almost sir: _ handedly defe'oted Corona ,n ihe first gome. He ,cored 22 po�·. in a rop-sided contest 1n which our sophomore squad sow p e"' · of action. The second game was another one $ided olfoif, Cooch man surpri,ed everyone agoin by stort ing o very unusual I, ... -namely, senior Rickv Whirhom. sophomores Steve Ganze _ Pot Mortinez. George St,aley ond lreshmon Charles Steele. Ge-c·;e 51,olev looked very promising in this gorne, espec,olly unde• h · basket.
The first game with rhe Citrus Cougo1s proved to be o thriller. Cirrus led at the ho! I time, bur Clo,emont come boc t,ed up the game woth seconds left in the lost quart<lr, In overtime 'bonte Citrus Quickly scored o basket, bu Stan cc.-_ through ond swished one t· rough from far our Roe clinched •�. game when he colmlv dropped in the winning lree she:. Delbert was the big gun for us in he second gorne, chal• up 17 poinis. It wo!. o close contes1 until the third quarter W"'. the 'Pock. went' wild ond it for o high percen age of their ' gaols.
B. BASKETBALL Although the B Basketball team was not successful in wi,ining their games, Claremont High is proud of them ,for the victories they gained in the field of spirit and
qualities will carry them through high school on the top of every game. The entire team deserves much praise for the hard work they put into the games. With the support of the 8 songleaders and cheerleaders, the spirit of these games was outstanding.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Runsvold, S Felix, B. Hammond, B.
Row 2· G
Borrlctt, L. Armcndcrez, K. Ebell.
The Junior High Bosketboll teom hod a most successful season this yeor, winning five games out of six. Through their practices, they learned many of the fundomentols of the game, plus several tricky plays. The games which they hod were the teams from Norton, Son Dimas, Upland; Lincoln, and Lo Verne.
Handicapped by in·juri"es to key men and lock of ex perience and depth, the track team did not turn out too well Coached by Mr Mortin, the te'.:;m looks very prom ising for future yea rs, though more especiol ly, the soph omores One of the Vars I ty t rock teorr � was composed ol Captain Bruce Chester in the •1igl0 ,ump, John Penter and Pot Mortinez in the pole vaults, Fred Chang in the COACH LYLE MARTIN
CAPT. BRUCE CHESTER, High Jump
hurdles and brood jump, George Straley in rhe shot-put, and Luthur Sweet in the sprints
FRED CHANG, Hurdler
ROBERT GONZALES, Hurdler
RONN IE HAYt--..'ES, "iprinie,
CHARLES HALE, Hurdle,
JESSIE MARTINEZ, Pole Vculler ond Sprinter
DOUG PECK, Pole Voulr
JOHN PENTER, Pole Vault
ERVIE PENA, Hurdler and Pole Vault
PAT MARTINEZ, Pole Vault
MARIO SERNA, Sprinter
LUTH!:R SWEET, Sprinter
GEORGE STRALEY, Shot Put
DENNIS WOY, Sprinter
B & C TRACK
Firs, ,ow, from left 10 righfÂˇ L. Sweet, K. Henden, M. Semo, H. Deweese, R. (,onzal1cs, A Smith, N
'.),-,(k ,ow, lefl ro "<Jhl: D. Jones, J
Lows.on, B. Woll, D. Aronovici, 8. Twiford, H. Runsvold,
R. Gdl, Manogers Chorles G,11 and George B,ooke
The 8 and C track teams met with as much success as the Vorsify. Locking depth in port,culor they lost all their dual meets Boys who gained points for the B's were: Allon Smith in the sprints and hurdles, Jerry Lawson in the high jump, Howard Deweese and Bob Twiford in the long distances, and D,ck Jones in the shot-put. Dick now holds the B shot-put record. Bob Wall was the key man in the C team.
CAPT. DON ICE getting instructions from COACH LEN COHN
Managers DENNIS WOY end CRISPIN GONZALES
A much improved baseball team started off the season with several practice game vic tories over Rosemead o nd Co I Junior Republic After the first round of Tri-County league ploy the 'Pock hod o won one, lost four record. Having defeated Chino in o 3-2 hard fought ban le. The first team consisred of catcher, P Mortinez; pitcher, S. Gonzoles; first base, E. Wolfe; second base, R. Whitham, third base, D. Ice; short stop, S. Malenderez, left field, S. Madsen; center field, F Chong; right field, A. Torrez. The following subs helped to round out the team· J. Lowry, L. Sweet, G. Straley, D. Bosson, C Steele, W Parrillo
DAVE BOSSON, Outfi,·lder
STAN MADSEN, Leh Fielder PAT MARTINEZ, Catcher SHOQTY MELENDREZ, Shortstop WILLIE PARRILLA, Second Baseman CHARLES STEELE, P,tcher
GEORGE STRALEY, Outfielder LU HER SWEET, Ourf,clder AUGGIE TORREZ. R.,gh
EDDIE WOLFE, First Bosemoo RICKY WHiTHAM, Second Boï¿½emcn
B BASEBALL /,
D,i...,ker, E. 1-100,,1, D Herr. P First ,ow, left lo ,ight: D. He,mondez, B Norris, R. Porrillo, H. Bork.er, J Conr,eros, E Cunl,lfe S Âˇcond Row: B. Joi lymour, H. Deweese, F. Go,ge, L. Snyd<'r. E Hoer tel, W. Jones, N D Long, Monogers C Gil I and P Johnson
For the l,rst t,me ,n Claremont High Schools' history, o Jun,or Vors,ry bo eball team was inaugurated The team, coached by Charles Starcher, a former baseball p'c-::yer, did very well. The first year is always the tOL1ghest, but the boys gained valuable experience from this team, and will be excelÂ lent players os they rise 10 the ranks of the Varsity team
JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL
Row l: L. Armenderer, 8 Hornrnond, T. Smith, S Felix, C
Runsvold, R Newmon,
Row 2· H. GfJnzole�. E. Rhoads, G. 8or1let1, D. Dowell, K. Ebell, R. Polos, L. Tryon, Mt Reirnouer. Absent, 8 Benrley
C. A. A.
Cab,net, Row 1, across: M. Honoke,, K. Evi;,en, E Henz, Miss Colboth
Managers, across· M Blancho,d, Mol,no, E. Block. B. Svmp1er
Freshmen and Junior,, Row I· M, H,mter, D Ferrill, I. Hen,, K. Ev.-rerr, . 8. Monjorrct, M Y0tm9 ow 2: K. N,chohon, S. Gomoles, G. Richmond, J. Nell, A. Westbrook, S. Alba, J. Stnech, M Wdliom, Row 3: M. Do,by, A Torrci, J. En ;cld, J, Jack son, L Ice, J. Hammond, L. Mortin i, G. Alb
Jun,o, and Senio,s, Row I· V. Soolepp, 8. Lor �on, C. Chaffee. M. Honaker, N Wedbe,g, D. Clo,k, 8. Jones Row 2: 6, Grof, M. Bloncho,d, 8 Sumpter, L. Chong, A. Molino. J. Torn,z., M Miller. G. Boyes, C. Leask Row J: R. To1rez. E. Block, J. Plott, 8. Bell. A. Mo rhoy, 0. Wesran, M Newmon, P, Elle,, A Lockwood
G. A. A. BASKETBALL
CAPTAINS oskc:tboll-Corol Boyes, Jeanelle St,e,ch, LouÂ ra ChanQ, and Sylvia Alba
Looking bock on those breathless boskerball games, one con remember these lost few exciring minutes The boll goes from end of the court to rhe other and then spinsÂˇ around the rim and drops in One team loses but each one goes off with a 1ired, bur happy feeling.
C. A. A. SPEEDBALL
Speedboll-Corolyn Ferr,II, Kathy Everert, Susy Mothoy, and Bel I Monjorrer
'Oh my poor feet, I just didn't seem to hit the ball right" That is a thought of rnany a girl alter playing speedboll. The referee is yelling her head off, but you keep onÂˇ leering dow"' the field, then you realize it was to you that she was yelling.
C. A. A. HOCKEY
Georgia Boyes, end Sotorro Gonzoles
This is ·he game when ankles ore sprained and shins ore block and blue The ref. coils sticks, but why� you only I-tad your stick above your shoulders 1
G. A. A. BASEBALL
Bnsebol I-Roso Torrez
When baseball season starts the girls with loose heads better watch out or they might get them knocked off. You yell ot the umpire, slide into base and get a skinned _knee, but there couldn't be a better gome.
C. A. A. TENNIS
C C�olfee, M M
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Lockwood, M. Blonchord, I
Mo10,rez, L Morr,r-,ez, S Gonzale,.
Jackson, J. E�_ f,eld,
The rennis ream rh,s year, although nor one of the best, managed ro scror:;e rogerher enough players to bor the boll bock and for1h w11h girls from other school<, in the league
Invariably ofter o march there would be on
excess supply of blisters and 100 few points for Cloremonl, bur everyone who went out ,rnproved her rechn,q e and hod a lot of fun
A. Wagner, B Graf, V. Soolepp, J Plott, J. Heidorn, M. Landiďż˝, L B. Sumpter.
Those poor birds really got the feathers knocked out of them this year The enthusiasm of our Claremont team was ourstonding, and outside of a few arguments with the "bird daggers", rhe season was a wonderful success, For the firsr rime in many years, games were held with other schools, 1n which we came our rriumphantly. They ore to be greatly congratulated for their spirit.
A. Wagner, F. Chong, A. Lockwood, C
Hole, A. Hungerford, S Molt hoy, :J. Holdom, C, Boyes. Abser>1-D. Whifney
The time hos finally come when you, the reader, s,ts absorbed in reading the annual. This is the time that we, the staff, '1ave looked forward to for o year. Long hours of work and thought hove mode this onnuol yours. Now, we con hope the work hos born f uit in the awakening of your memaries,-o luugh,-o sigh,-o smile. El Espiritu de 1952 hos materialized, from thoughts on o lazy summer afternoon to this book you read dur1ns; graduation week and, we hope, for many years to come. Our attempt has been to rrokc this your book,-picturing you as you have passed through the halls o/ high school ďż˝emember only the best 1 ,oments of these t1mes,-1hese moods, and relive them when you read your "El Esp1,itu de 1952"
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Row l: C. Chaffee, E. Mon in, C. Boyes, B. Jones, N. Wedberg, C. Kosroff, V. S1iver1, B. Chidlow, r. Groh, D. Ferrill, M. Miller Row 2. B. Lorson, M, Young, K. Conk.l,n, Halcom, I. Herrz, M. Hono er, J_ W.llicmson,
). Neff, D. We!.tOn, R. Torre2,
Row 3 D. Clor , N. Cloyron. P. Sm11h, H. De Weese. C. Pearson. S. Madsen, F. Chong, K. Vieg, C. Hole, 8 Finer. 0. Norton, Mr McG,11
Here it is, Wednesday ahernoon, and like many olher of my colleagues, I om run ning down the corrider and zooming into the library, for none other than my "Wolfpack et." What stories' What sports wnteups. And brorher, do you wont to know some gossip) All this and more waits for me in the library. The Wolfpacket is a terrific little pa per, thot like all other school activities, hos suffered under the shortage of funds. How ever, Karsten V1eg and Janet Williamson hove siriven valiantly under the'rr burden, and published o wonderful school newspaper. Mr McGill, the cheery advisor to the Wolipock er, hos nor only been very helpful, but rells the best iokes. Claremont has much to be proud of in The Wolfpackel
C. S. F.
Row I: N. Wed'o0rg, J, Heidorn , E. Mortin, C. Boyes, C. Choflce , E. Hertz , M. Hunter Row 2 C. Gill, C Hole , A. LockwC<Jd , A. Weg ner. B Shellen cr ger, B. Grof , C. Ry erw"
Row 3: H. Run svold, M. Blanchard, V. St,vers, 8. Ch;dlow, E. Block, B. Bell, E. Lyon Row 4·. B. Norros, S. Madsen, D Wasden. J. Larsen, S, Mo11hoy, Mr. McGill
The California Sc 1olorsh1p Federation 1s an honorary organi;zotion, u 1der the super vision of Mr. Robert McGill Members ore those students who hove met ond maintained high scholosric requirements. The meetings this year were vigorously conducted by Fred Chong the first semester, and Carlynn Chaffee the second semester These spirited meetings were usually calied to discuss field trips. This year the C. S. F mode a 1ourney to the Scripps Oceanography ir. Lo Jolla. After an educational tour the members spent the rest of the day lying on the beach (resting their brains::>) l n Moy some represenrarives atrended the annual Spring Conference which was held or Redlands University.
Row I: Row 2. Row 3: Row�-
D R K. B
kc, R. Haines Wh,iham, B. Bosson, S. Madsen, H. Ru/"\svald, D. Peck, 8. Chesre,, T. Busros V,eg, C. Hole, F_ (hone;, D. Adorns Nonis, M Groy, D. Wolk.er, S. Gor1toles, M_ Semo, D. Wo,der1, H. DeWesse
The Key Club, now in its fourth year at C. H. S, is primarily a ervice club_ open ro twenty mem bers chosen by s!udents and faculty.
The cub is sponsored by the local Kiwonis group, and with
the help of our advisor, Mr. Mortin, and President Doug Peck, hos hod a very successful and worth while year. During this year the Key Club port1cipoted in many helpful projects to uphold the reputation of the club and schoo·
ForelT\ost of these prcijecrs was the pointing of the tunnel below Foothill Boul
evard. The members of Key Club hove also sponsored a clothing drive, helped Cirrus put on the Tri County League Dance, decorored Sycamore Auditorium for the Hollowe'en Dance, ond helped collect food for Caso Colina. The weekly meetings in which we pion these certain activities bring all the members together and help to create friendship, initiative, and leadership among them. The Key Club hos been o volL.;able asset to Claremont High School.
C. Ryerson, E Ledbetter
Row 2: Mrs. Mahoney, 0. Cl ark, N Clayton. Pres.
In the 5en1or hig
school, oil the girls ore formed together in one organization,
called Girl:;' League. This is o service organization which promotes friendship and service for the whc:e school.
Girls' League was succe5sfully started this year with the Big and Little Sister party.
The year continued with the annual Girls' League Formal which wos a wonderful dance with_ the theme of Goy Pons
The final event of the year was the fashion show and tea, sponsored by the home
economics deportment. This brought to a close o most successful year of Girls' League
Under the leadership of President Norma Clayton arid the supervision of Mrs. Irene
Mahoney, the various projects of cooperation. Shoring in the responsibilities of this organÂ
ization were Diano Clark, vice-president; Elizabeth Ledbetter, treasurer, and Carol RyerÂ son, secretory_
Row I: N. Clayton, M. Hunter Row 2
8 Parham, C Cook, Mrs. La<dlaw, E. Murphy, 8. Bentley, 8. Lâ–Ą1t1n
The Red Cross, under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Lo1dlow1 did an unusual amount of work this year for the Junior Red Cross org anization. The school fund campaign was more than successful. The money was used to equip a chest with school equipment to be
sent overseas too needy school. It is through such giving that ecich student may receive a feeling of satisfaction. Loter in the year, coi<1dy was made by the seventh and eighth grades to be sent to the hospitals. Well made bed trays were also sent to the local Red Cross Chapter. All together, the school is greatly to be congratulated for their spirit of good will
Row I: Shirley T,yon, E. He,iz. C. Kosrofl, G,erh Row 2: 8. Bell, E Block. B. Chidlow, M. Hawk,ns, B. Sumpter, S. Bolch Row 3. E yob, B. Serna, C Boyes, G Alba,
K. Veig, R Gonzoles, A. Molino, E. Pena Row 4. L. Mortinez, M. Serna, T. Busies, J. Mon.crez, 0 Woy, P, Hernandez, R, Torrez, P. Mertine,
"iBuenos dios, muchochos 1 This is the Spanish Club, limited to only those members who co n speak Spanish with intelligence'" In spite of this rigid membership requirement, there were many members of Spanish Club. It hod a very active year under t e leadership of its presidents Mario Serna and Joe Manjarrez ond the guidance of its advisor, Mrs. Bennett Their major activity of the year was a Fiesta which they presented in November It was very successlul! During their meeting�, the members of the club hove seen many interest1 ng a nd educational movies on Mex ICQ, South America, and Central America.
Row I J. Heidorn, C Boyes, C Ferro II. C. Chalfe�. E. ledbe1rer Row 2· Mrs. Mahoney, G. Brooke. D. Dowell,
L Johnson, D. Clerk Row 3 M Foster. F. Barker, J. , Guimond, M. Horioker, N. Wedberg
The Bible Club, the newest addition to our list of extra-curricular oct1v1t1es, wo� founded in November Through this club the members hove hod t e opportunity o( living Chr1st1onity on the campus and 1n their daily lives. A wonderful spirit of fr1endsh1p hos been most noliceoble in this club, and they ore to be much congratulated for their pro gress. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs Mahoney ha ve been the sponsors of the Bible Club, and the founder and president of the club hos been Elizabeth Ledbetter. This club hos pro voked many thoughtful discussions upon religion, which hove helped students to under stand clearly their beliefs.
One of the most act 1ve clubs
al Claremont High School hos
been the Daubers. Under the
guidance of Mrs. Douth, Doub er5 hos become o period of
various purposes. Not only hos
it been an art club which ex-
periments with various ·red
iums of work, but the cl.il hos
also served as relaxation,
o period of
pushed to occomp I ish things
appreciation of borh classical
ar,d modern forms of art hos
helped develop the ur'lderstond
ing of the men bers_ A spirit of
friendship prevails· over each
1 s Row: 8_ Woodord, K_ Woll. Johnson, C. Leighron, M. Boldrich, B. Brydon, D, Renche,, R. Johnson, B. Rose, M. Sm,rh, P. M<:Corson
meeting, ond eoch Dauber Snyder, S. Ruckdosher, s Teuy, J_ Willia mson, J. Plott, D. Clark e , agrees they would not miss Mr,_ Dourh, J. Penre1 fifth period, T uesdoy, for any· Row 2: X_ Bustos, L.
For students who desire the
smell of grease paint, there is
c I ub
committee_ They ore really ex
perts in slo ppir g it on 1 With rhe leadership of Janet Wil liamson
many people were mode quite m rseroble.
thought of lipstick and rouge,
while girls hated the greasy base of the make-up. ly
The year went quite smooth exce pt for o
cotost rop hies,
when Lincoln's beard wouldn't
stick' The make-up cor mittee
has done o noble job th rough
out the year, and deserve the thanks of rhe entire school for
Row I: K. Conklin, E. Morlin, C.
Will,omson Row 2: C.
J_ Wesron, N Cloyron, M. Hu111er, J_ S1teich, K_ icholson, N. Wcdburg
SENIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA Moods . . what a vari ety of moods, varying from the slow to the most fanciful, ore expressed in orchestra To You, in the orchestra, we express our thanks for your ability in bringing to our school, under the direction of Mr Denes, o deportment of beauty. You hove shown your talent many times, with great success. In the Christmas Pageant, Bond Uniform Concert, the Senior Ploy, and the Tri-County Music Festi val, you hove shown out standing cooperation and ability, and through this won rop roting in a So. Calif. small contest.
JUNIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA
Extra activities for the senior high chorus ore always multiplying. This year the chorus was asked to porticipote ot the county fair, o Rotary meeting, the band concert, and of course each year it is active in the Tri-County Music Festival. If you stepped into Miss Co:beil's room during 7th period you would probably find the chorus hard at work, at least the basses would be workÂ ing hord. The tenors would be rushing modly from note to note trying to find the right one, the altos would be calmly, though meekly, accomplishing their duty, and the sopranos would let the musical strains burst forth and vibrate on the walls of the room.
1st Row: C. (hoffoe, J_ W,lliomson, M_ Moller, V. Stivers, 8. Grof, E. Lyon, N. Wedberg, J Stre,c:h 2nd Row M Blanchard, C Ryerson. B. Lorson, E. Block, B. Ch,dlow. S Mo11hoy, 0 Ferrill,
N. J ohn�on, E. Ledbell er Row 3: ) . Neff. C. Conlslin, 8 Pomeroy, P. Perk,ns, P. Norton, C. Ferrill, E. Mortin, N, Cloy ton
One of Claremont High's most special groups hos been the Girls' Ensemble, wh,ch mee1s three times a week_. The long trudge upstairs often seemed hard and tire some, but the results were wonderful, ond something of which Cloremonl hos been proud. Under the d1rect1on of Miss Corbeil, Ensemble hos sung before many people, and always with the greatest of success. 11 is indeed o select group of '"the ort,sts!"
Row l · H. Gray, M Honaker Row 2.. C Ryerson, J. Holdom, J Nell, J. P,ner, D Clarke, C. Cook, B Jollymour
Rov.- 3- R Thornton, G 13orilell, N_ Lineberry, H Runsvold, P. Smi1i., R Gonioles., A Sm,tl., D Herr, C. Gill, R. Haynes, R. G, II
Chorge 1 This hos been the motto of the bond-charge mixed with spirit, and rapped with maroon hots. Although the bond was small, ,t more thon compensated for its size by its rousing enrhusiosm. Bocked by the P. F A. and the Student Bady, thirty blue bond uniforms were purchased. Three cheers for You, the Band, ond Mr. Denes
Row I: L. Kelly, 0 Reed, L. Bailey, J. Heo,sl, P. Gan, J Floro, J Elison, H. Goff, C. Golder, E Ash, S Massev, D. Gonzoles, P. Singer, B.
Morino, N. Borell, B. Woll, E Co,,1 rero; Row 2. M Claywell, L Ice, J Jackson, M. Hunter, M, Hokes, C. Archer, Mrs Laidlaw
Hots off to the hardest working service club at Claremont High School' Con gratulations ore greatly due to a new club, formed at the beginning of the year for junior high girls. They hove served at oil the faculty meetings most effecrively. Besides serving the school, they p;epa red and gave an a nnua I program to rhe children of Casa Colina This program was such a success and the girls enjoyed ir so much that they plan to go again before the end of the year. Under Mrs Laidlaw, t�1is club hos developed into one of Clore11ont High's most active organizations. During rhe first semester Korlyse Golder was president, and in the second semesrer, Judy Crosier·held this oHice.
Row I· G Anderson, G. Long, G. R,chmond, P No,ton, M. Moxey
Row 2. B. Deon.I, Mr. Arrington, J D. Peck
For the camera fier"\d, (and there always are such people), nothing beats the stuffy atmosphere of the dark roor�. With the help of Mr. Arrington, the Claremont High School Comera'Club hos provided plenty of opportunity for these people. A special interest in or'limol photo,;;,nphy developed, and members also did much en larging. The presider'lt of this club was Bruce Deans
TUMBLING-WEICHT LIFTING CLUB Any student who is desirous of deÂ ve loping
being the bottom man on o totem pole just needs to loďż˝k up Mr
the Tumbling Club. This year the club has become quite active. They wrestle considerably, and hove learned to fall without hurting themselves. The boys have
Row l, V McCorty, L. Sweet, D. Jo nes, K. Hendon, J. Penter, D Woy, B Bosson, G. Siroley, B Norr,s, P. Mortinez.
Row I. 8. Bentley, W. Scherer, D. Benson, W W,l\ioms.on, R. Robe,tso", L. Sh.,tf,eld. 0. Hommo,..,d, C. Run,vold, W_ Sr,othmon, D.
Nof(on, R. Wilcox. () Manley, T_ Sm,th, R Roney, P Frnnkel, J G,iggs
For boys interested in building model cors, airplanes, and boots, the eighth grade Hobby Club is just down their alley. It started with the building of fifteen bed troys, but 1s now strictly confined to model making. The highlight ol the club this -year was a test run of C0-2 jet hot rods on the gym floor.
look out-here it comes!
B. Penrer, S. Alba, B Brydon, J. Row I Alexander Row 2· A Conrrerez, J. Scarr, J. Bonicomo,
B Chidlow, S. Go,uoles Row 3 A. Torrez, A. Motrhoy, J Mort hoy
STACE CREW One of Claremont Hrgh School's most dependable group of workers rs the Stage Crew. Under the most cap able direction of Mr. Booth, the stage crew hos p-roved very efficient. In the To lent
Heaven,'' 1he sets were built by the boys, and stood up under wind, roin, and hard use 1 For running our stage so smoothly,
Mr. Booth and the stage crew ore due much applause.
Row 1: D. Wasden, E Murphy, Mr. Booth, D. Herr, P. Anderson, R. Grof, N. Lorsen
Win or lose, the spirit at the varsity games this year was terrific Much of this is due to the wonderful work ol our song and cheerleaders. For the first time in the history of Claremont High School, o successful bonfire rally was given before the Bonito game. A parade, consisting of the bond, cJ,eer leaders and songleoders, a float', o,nd loads of Claremont rooters, we.nt a round the town and ended up 'at t hes. high school for a huge bon-f1te and pep rally. A great deal of spirit was shown at the Corona game, and no body con forget all the pre pa rot 10n that took place on that windy after noon at Puente for one of our home games.
1111111 Vorsi1 y-E
We st on, C. Ferrill
"B"-/. Hammond, N. John son, D. Ferrill
SONG LEADERS Of the basketball games, the Citrus game was the most exciting The endÂ ing buzzer brought on unusuo, umount of tears and laughter by joyous ClareÂ mont rooters. It was just too exciting for words The "8' 1 cheerleaders with a great deal of pep and spirit rooted their team on despite handicaps of small crowds and no bond. They wouldn't slow down for anything. We know they'll make fine Varsity cheerleaders in the fut, ire.
Vors,1y -J K. Nicholson
Youn g, N. Wedberg,
"ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN" A lot of hard work ond its rewarding satisfactions went into the giving of "One Foot in Heaven," the student body ploy for fhe year. Under the direction of Mrs. Bennett, the play went on stage with no more than the usual amount of confusion, even to the recording of Barbara Bell's baby brother's crying. The missionary box missing at the crucial point only added to the excitement which makes up the fun of participating in these productions.
December 8, 1951 8 00 P.M.
High School Auditorium CLAREMONT HIGH SCHOOL presents "ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN"
by Anne Coulter. Martens Directed by Lottie Lee Bennett· Settings by Wi 11iam Booth Costumes by Ruth Loidlow Reverend Fraser Spence Doctor Romer Reverend Wi 11 iom Spence Hope Spence Hartzell Eileen Mrs. Cambridge Mrs. Jellison Mrs. Digby Georgie Molly Louise Ronny_ Letty Mario Mrs. Sandow Major Cooper Bishop Sherwood
David Aronovici Karsten Vieg Wesley Bosson Elaine Martin Harold Runsvoid Barbara Be11 Ila Roe Hauge Imogen Hertz Patsy Goodchap Chandler Cooke Kathy Conk Ii n Barbaro Sumpter Howard De\\/eese Shirley Tryon Anita Molino Shirley Howkins Jim Ditmer George Brooke
THE SCENES The time is about 19 l O and the entire action takes piece in the living room of the parsonage in Laketown, Iowa Act I Scene l: Early afternoon in April. Scene 2: A rainy afternoon in June. Act 1 1 Scene l · An hour later. Scene 2: A Soturdoy afternoon in September. Scene 3: Afternoon, a few days later. Act 11 1 Scene l: Afternoon, o few days later. Scene 2: A Sunday afternoon in June of the following year. PRODUCTION STAFF Stage Manager, Dove Wasden; Property Manager, Morion Hawk ins; Assistants, Becky Chidlow, Dove Aronovici; Costume Assist ants, Carol Ryerson1 El izobeth Ledbetter, Jackie Sounders, Ju:1e Jackson; Makeup Crew, Norma Clayton, Anne Lockwood, Beotricr:_• Jones, Janet Williamson; Script Attendant, Ann Wagner; Door, Marilyn Hunter, Morcio Miller; Advertising, Ila Roe Houge; Staqe Crew, Allen Smith, Bill Norris, Conley Angle, Jerry Platt, Erro!I Murphy, Dick Herr.
The Christmas Pageant was portrayed effectively this year through the unique use of interpreÂ tational dance. The Modern Dance Group augmented the traditional scenes in a manner which, it is hoped, wi 11 set a precedent in years to come. The orchestra, ensemble and chorus provided the musical background for the nativity reading and scenes. It is this annual event which draws all participating students together, thereby enriching the spirit of Christmas.
DRUMS ON BUNA-CONA
Colorful native acts, music ot its besr, borh musiccl ond instrumental, and well polished dancers, all set amidst a scene of tropical splendor, this was what you, the audience, sow at this year's annual Talent Show-"Drums On Buno Gona." Into the hour and a quarter finished show went many hours of good hard, tedious labor, on the port of all involved. About one third of the Student Body participated in this, the largest school activity of the year First credit should gD to Barbara Grof ond Anita Matthey, the srudent directors The art deportment for its work In producing on outstanding South Poe.fie Island set was to a large extent responsible for the success of the show Orher valuable help come from the make'-up comm1tree and the stage crew With Mr Denes as faculty direcror, and the cooperation of the entire student body, the Talent Show went down as a .memorable event in the hisrory of Claremont High School, and was more than worth all the work which It enroiled.
The Annual Letterman's Dance this year was given with o foo tball theme, danc e
off into a football field with f o ot ba 11
around on the wo I ls. The club
n ew precedent of choosing o
w,-l1oms, attended by Prin cesses
Barbaro Sumpt er, and Mar tha
queen by Bruce Chester, the Letterman's Club president. As usual the danc e mode a nother
mark on the soc,al calendar.
The Tri-County Dance was held in t he fall at Pomona College
The dance, which was originated by our Student
Body last year again proved it self as being o very success ful means of brooden1 ng intra-school friendship A foot bol I princess from each s chool was crowned, Mory Will ,ams being the nomination from Claremont
CHRISTMAS DANCE With
Dance, sponsored by the Wolf packet, hod o mystic atmosphere of fantasy and wonderment due to the decorations of snowflakes and elfin chorocrers. All those who attended will not easily for get
sented with a dozen red roses Her court consisted of Moralynn Honaker
Marilyn Young, Barbaro Sumpter, Bea Row I: B. Sumpter, H. Stre,ch, M. Ho noker , E. MQrrin, C. Ferrill,
B. Semo, R. Streich
Queen Elo,ne Morrm
Rose Mary Streich
was truly o wonderland of fun 1
GIRL'S LEAGLIE FORMAL Acclaimed by all as being the most eloborote Girls' League Formal in recent. years, rhe dance was a grear success. With um b re II a stands, F r e n C h poodles along the walls, and the Father's Bond dee ked out in French berets, the theme of Goy Paris was well carried through. There was on air of gaiety to this dance that mode it the high light of Claremont High s ciol life.
THE BIG TOP
on ,nformol sports
ottrocrec o large crowd. With gay decorations ond entertainment con sist1nq;i of rumblers and a. strong man, and soda pop and peanuts for refre hments,
source of fun for oll who attended
WHERE ARE THE WOLVES >
CHEAPER BY THF. DOZEN (PLUS TWOl
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ACH I LLE'S HEEL
THE PEPSODENT GIRLS
THE PAUSES THAT REFRESHES
T E "BOYS"
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BETTER HURRY GIRLS
El Espiritu de 1952 wishes to express their thanks to the sponsors ond advertisers for
tneir generosity and helpfulness in making oÂˇur
annual a success. Without their cooperation, El Espiritu de 1952 could not have been published.
Dr. Channing W. Hale Mrs. Henry P. Eames Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lookwood Dr. Arthur V. Stoughton James G. White Mr. William C. Gaige Mr. Clark Hungerford Mr. C. W. Wagner Mrs. E. Wi Ison Lyon 1
Claremont s Women Club Clare_monfs Junior Woman's Club Claremont Feed and Fuel Mayor Stewart G. Wheeler Roy Sonders and Company Mrs. Ruth A. Hale Mrs. Irene B. Mahoney Mrs. Whitney
HAKAN-JOHNSON CHEMICAL Industries 1210 SOUTH GAREY AVE.
Seroing Claremont High
SM\lll1lrll IBIR.Ol1IHlEIR.S IPAClK.IING CO. Supplying the Cafeteria's Needs
SA N BERN ARDINO , C A L I F O RN I A
212 WeÂ£t Foothill Blvd.
POMONA 505 EAST SECOND
ONTARIO 202 SOUTH EUCLID
School Supplies-Candy-Cosmetics Get It At
HAROLD S. RUNSVOLD, Pharmacist
FRAMPTON CretJt_ive Photo9rc1phy Â·11 O HARVARD AVENUE' CLAREMONT
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TWO NAMES TO REMEMBER
JJJ.wn mu1 CJJ.unfJuJ SJwp "THE fJOUSE OF CASUAL CLOTHES"
FEATURING Shoes By
First and Yale - Claremont
PITTMAH - AKERLY, REALTORS Elwy11 C. Alicrly
B�B'S TEX�CO SERVICE � �
150 W. Footltlll ltvd. - 5-l6lZ, he.
Tires - Batteries · Aceosories - Lubricotion
HARVARD and FOOTHILl
• P 1t-
CLAREMONT and UPLAND
CHANDLER'S STORE FOR MEN
185 East Second
Market THIRD AND y ALE
Everett's Shoe Sl1op 122 YALE
129 HARVARD AVE.
Claremont Courier PRINTERS OF THE WOLFPACKET
G. E. McKay
Complete Formal Rental Servhe
Distinctive i\,len'J Appaul 210 W. Second
1BUllfl-llON S IDIR.IESS. SIHlOIP 121 HARVARD AVE.
Books _Artists' Supplies
Prlze ii inning M k
5-2655 116 HARVARD
1200 EAST FIFTH
LY coming 5-1843
Davjd H. Howell
I ' I
Flavor Fresh Ice Crean-i
WOLFE and COMP ANY "A Good Place to Trade'' \V. Foothill Blvd.
LIFE INSURANCE And Annuities
A0ELINE '· Thomas St.
5 - 10 - 25 cent Store
-1-l \\"est Second
ISABEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Claremo111
FLORENCE B. CURTIS Real Estate and Insurance
211 W. First
W. P. RUSSELL lnsurnnce
Rockwell Chevron Station FIRST and YALE
)lain Streel at First
284 West Second
109 Yale Avenue
Fine Foods and Friemlly Service
Friendly Corner Service STANl,EY W. RUGH
Corner of Cucamonga and Alexander
CARROL and LEWIS · M olJilgas Service
Third and Yale
BOULEYARD MARKET "The Friendly Store"
- S1an1/ard Oil Products -
"There's A Difference"
HINSHAW'S Printing anti Stationery
WlLLJAMSON CHS '22
Indian Hill and Foothill - Opposite High School
&!AHN �- EVAN.& STVLE
H£A O Q U A RTr �s
House of Fabrics, Inc. YARDA.GE and DRAPERIES
228 West Second
MURPHY CIHEVROILIT COMPANY "Quality Work,11a11sbip"
301 NORTH GAREY AVENUE - 2-1136 - POMONA
Pl IONll 2.J56:?
HOMES IV ltl\RVARD
H. T. RICHARDS or MACK PARKS
J. D. JOHNSON
ROGER K. JOHNSON, Anociate Compfete l.n:sur•nc:• S.rvtc• 137 HARVAR0 - PHONES S 2184: S-2178
�56 West Foo\hiQ CLAREMONT · M. C. PEAIRS, Prop. -S-2603
ELL I S O N'S
DR. A. L. JACOBSEN
I JS Yale Avcnu<>
Generie:I Auto Repdil'I ROY G. PIERCE
UNION OIL PRODUCTS
FIRST one I\_EXANDER
2S0 West Socond Street Po.mono's Ulad'rig Store for Yo1.1n9 Women
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CLAREMONT, CALIF. Mcrnbor Federal Deposit lnsuranco Corporation
CHARLES STARCHER RE.AL ESTATE
-166 Wost Holt l\vonue - 2-7213 - Pornono
1952 yearbook from Claremont CA high school