Robert Gunsauls promoted to Jr High

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Robert Gunsauls promoted to Jr High - 218 Students Are Admitted to Four Junior High...
218 Students Are Admitted to Four Junior High School Classes From City's Elementary Courses Advanced from the elementary i Saonp, Virginia Stoner, Gladys classes. 21S students were trans- Thomas. Katherine Valterra. Rich-ferred to the four junior high i ard Alwerth. Sylvester Diaz, Rus-sohools in San Eernardino, accord- : sell Dunn. John Fiscalini, Jigs' ine to A. D. Graves. -district super- Ford, William Haynes. Alvin John- intendent of schools. The largest group. wa admitted to the Stuipes junior high school, the largest in the dis son, lrgu itai Krtam, ueorge .icn-165 students, ' olson, Harold Roach. Arthur Shimizu. Bill Staley, Charles Taylor, Alex Toth. Gonzalo trict and of which Gordon . Park is principal. The next largest number is at San Bernardino's new junior high 'school, Alessandro, w-here Principal jV. X. Wilson reports 69 midyear ! students. i ATowview junior high admitted a class of 52. according to V. P. Dean, principal; and Principal Edward M. Fisher reports 32 elementary students transferred to Richardson junior high school. The two other junior high schools in the San Bernardino school district, at Rialto and Highland, take in no new students at the midyear. Students enrolled at Sturges junior high school after completing elementary school work last semester include: Betty Conway. Mary Felicia Christian, Leonard Becker, Thelma Greene, Gladys Lawson. Xeal Baker, Betty Lore Bailey. Dean De-Witt, Henrv Gasrizzi, Louise Hal- lowell, Bobby Jackson. Floyd Vernon Vock, Duane Azveda. Bishop. Frank Dorais. Arthur Hastings, Charles Leon h ard t, Francisco Perez, Harry Starner, Brook, Richard Castillo, Dorothy Coldiron, Joseph Colley, .John De-war, Betty Dorais, Vivian Elliott, Bob Hambly, Ralph Hawkins, Dorothy Jeff coat, Joy Lane, Gloria Li-sama, George Anne Lord, George Monroe, Clarence Nakamura, Delia Page, Violet Paladino, James Qui-roz. Eddie Riddle, Priscilla Rocha, Vailes. Dickie Zanone, Ollie Aide, ! John Severson, Billy Troutman, Ar- Ber-1 Tin Suey. Sherman Thomas. Ascen- cion Aiejanare, Aiireuo jjeon, juo Limon, John Lira. Chano Ramirez. Petra Villerreal. Lupe Blanco, Benny Gallegas, Luna Lupe, Nellie Mor.tes. Victoria Rod-riquez, Consuelo Carranza, Magde-lina Carranza, Marie Former, Delia Lopez, Elvera Magnolia, Nellie Parades, Florence Proietti, Stella Allen Raymond, Dorothy Appleton, Lawrence Ashford. Nickie Fachis, Marjorie Fellah, Ilene Chambers, Kayle Cravens, Donald Devlin, Jack Polan, Don Mike Gilbert, Shirley Graefe, Dorothy Green, Elaine Gross. Robert Gunsauls, Frederick Hilton. Eleanor Ironmonger, Coiinne Martin. Alberta McFall. Ray McKnight. Patsy Patterson. Vernon Richmond, Donald Rouchleau, Glenna Rouse, Leonard Shidler, Bob Warnock. Billy Winkleman. Billy Zowarka. Nina Beth Behrens, Barbara Cooper, Rowena Crane. Alice Gardner, Lupe Guillen. Lee Lake. Mig-delena Lopez. Beth Norwood. Le-foy Odom, Dorothy Oehl, Rayle Palca. Lawrence. Pearson. Daniel Roberts. Mary Rocha, George Skinner, Percy Snyder, Lucian Stephens. Jeanne Alrich, Anna Van Scoyoc, Pearl Winn. Ernest Bell, Virginia Chambers, Lee. ! June De Haan, Yvonne Gaffney. Dan I Merle Gay, Xadine Glenn, Mellis.-e Gunvordahl. Gordon Hall. Jerry Hall, Doralice Harvey, Gayle Hawkins. Wayne Hawthorne. Wayne Hutchison, Richard Jackson, Blanche Joslin. Shirley Lomas, Velma Olivas. Jack Oliver, Florence Oppelt, Oinda Park. Vernon Robey. Robert Roundsville. Hazel Shields, James Slack, Gordon Sond-raker, Ralph Thompson. Donald Wadley, Mabelyn Westbrook. Elinor Ballestero. Jack Baumgar-ten, Aubrey Blasingame. Fred thur Uyeda. Dorothy Velarde and Duane McFaiiane. New students at Arrowview junior high school who matriculated from elementary schools are: Robert Brown, Ruth Fredrickson, Betty Johnson, John Johnson. Erma Mer- milloid. Alt Mahon. Rollie Thom-ason. Pat Tiedman, Leland Zollars, Bill Bailey. Lee Roy Gother, Lorna Tiosper. Helen Alloway, Robert Campbell, Grace Bush, Steve Case, Harold Casteel, Barbara Cook, Steve Cook. Margaret Curne, Ralph Davis Jr., Jack Dunn, Robert Ferro. Betty Ginkins. Geoige Grouches, Thelma Harrison. Pntty Hatcher, Gordon Holland, Newton Kile, Beverly Krips, Edsel Ledbetter, Cecile Machen. Bill McCook, James Mueller. Jack Price, Kenneth Quarry. Margaret Richards. Shirley Rich?txls, Jack Rife, Robert Rife, DuWayne Rinpstad, Harold Shanks, Martha Shaw, Jack Sheets. Ray Snell. Robert Stanton, Robert Starner. Bonnie Stephens, John Suverkrup Jr.. Angelina Varvis, Darthea Waymouth and Daphney Williams. New enrolles at Alessandro junior high are: Eliceo Adame, Carmel Alvarado, Sebastian Barrientoz. Mack Bocanegra, Abelino Botello, Raymond Bravo, Fidel Diaz. Richard Gamboa. Daniel Garcia, Robert Gomez. Albert Gonzales, Arthur Hernande Arturo Lopez, Thomas Lopez, Pedro Madrigal, Benedicto Martinez. Cruz Orelas, Gabriel Orona, Manuel Ramirez, Daniel Rangel, Miguel Rodriguez. Pauline Agudo, Rose Chacon, Juanita Gallardo, Virginia Galvan, Hermiiiia Gutierrez, Josephine Jimenez. Galacion Maquinalez. Lucia Montecino. Virginia Prado, Alberto Quiroz, Josephine Solorio. Lucia Trujillo, Ana Marie Vaca, Santiago Casillas, Frank Chavez. Jesus Cornejo, Jesus Delgardo, Juen Delgado. Apolonic Flores, Margil Flores, Daniel Gomez, Jesus Gomez, Robert Gomez, Adolph Gutierrez. Rojelio Gutierrez, Jesus Hernandez, Frank Honesto, Lorenzo Linarez, Jose Lujan, Gilbert Macias, Mike Martinez. Manuel Me-drano, Antonio Ortiz, Jesus Pedroza, Juan Ramirez. Bartolo Renteria, ! Juan Rivera, Esequiel Trujillo, An tonio Villa. Carmen Chapparo, Mercedes Delgado. Herlinda Morales. Adeline Najera. Aurora Ramirez. Isabel Ramirez. Ruth Salazar, Maria Solorio and Frances Saucedo. New students at Richardson Junior high include: Pansy Angel, Phyllis Batchman. Mary Ellen Burk. Barbara Heldt, Kathryn King. Junivere Monroe, Mary Lee Osborne, Doris Peppers. Juanita Peppers, Annaline Pritchard. Jaq-ulyn Richards, Earline Schrader, Beatrice Stuckey, Lois Trim. George Blake, John Burgett. Roy Burton, James Clapperton, Dawn Dewitt, Charles Doling. Raymond Evans. Robert Lee Flack. Bob Gel-ler, Kring Gross, Marvin Jones, Billy Katana, Hike Kazarian, E'oy Lozano, George Stewart, Joe To-setti. Jack Troy and Clarence Yohe. TO SEE CLASSIC Lieut. Gov. George J. Hatfield has been invited to attend the ceremonies in connection with "American Legion Day" which has been designated by Orange 'Show officials as Feb. 28, the closing day of the show, William Starke, general manager, of the twenty-seventh annual citrus classic said yesterday. E. L. Morgan, junior past commander of the San Bernardino post has been placed in charge of the activities on American Legion day, which show officials assert has always been the biggest day in the 11 day run of the Orange Show. In addition to Lieut. Governor Hatfield, State Commander Tom Riordan of San Francisco and Past National Commanders Frank N. Belgrano and John R. Quinn have als.o been invited and are expected to attend. Ten leading Southern California drum and bugle corps, famous for their spectacular drill teams have been invited to participate in the legion day activities. ' F. E. Peachey, chairman of the feature division of the show, reports that construction work on four of the 16 feature exhibits has already started. Senior Hi-Y Youths Conduct 'Slamfest' The senior Hi-Y club, meeting Monday night at the Y. M. C. A., held a "slamfest." Gathering around a table each boy was told by his clubmates how he could improve himself. John Lautz, club president, pre sided, and Marshall Crawshaw, high school advisor, also attended. City's Permit Fees Show Gain Municipal revenue from various types of construction and improvement permits during January corroborated the increase in San Bernardino's building volume, according to the monthly report of City Engineer Charles L. Foulke, filed with the city clerk yesterday. Fees totaled $2,643.94, as compared with $2,494.36 in December. These include receipts from building, sign, plumbing and electrical permits, street cutting, sidewalk and curb installations, house moving and other activities under the supervision of the street superintendent. Plumbing permits headed the list, continuing the steady high total of the past four months. These permits yielded $275 in January, against $217 in December, $264 in November and $333 in October, the peak month of the year. Street cutting permits gained from $1,161 in December to $1,245.04 last month FOREST I Fire forest during in number burned than computed five years, cutivc A total of the forest but four spreading The yearly Approximately damaged by East up to San tember over half This figure 1,260, the burned JfSSSHSKSKSKS S The HARRIS Company M5HSKSHSKSMSHSHEHSNSHSHSHSKS Leroy the track team, but other fees showed I infantile slight decreases over the December i selected a tota,s- ' funeral ii H

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  1. The San Bernardino County Sun,
  2. 03 Feb 1937, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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