Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1930
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Text from Pages 1 - 134 of the 1930 volume:
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Annually by The
senior class of
FRANKLIN I-IIGI-I SCHOOL
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To Music, Jrhe language of Jrhe poelsg +0 Jrhe Musi-
cians, who bring us escape from life: +0 a Counlry
lhal' senl us a Musician lo feed our souls: and-
finally, lo lhal Musician, himself, The Masler Infer-
preler, Mr. Willem Van l-loogslralen, born in l-lole
land, migraled lo America, Jrhe beloved and rev!
ered Conduclor ol: 'rhe Porllancl Symphony Or-
Cheslra, lhis boolc is respecllully dedicaled.
Adminisiraiion - Deparimeni i-leads
Class Officers - Graduales - Class Play
Class Will - Class Achievemenis
S+uden+ Body - Classes - Clubs
Original Siories and Poems
Organized Groups - Aciiviiies
l-ligh Spois of Spring Term
Coaches - Track - Baseball - Wresiling
Baslcefloall - Soccer
Snaps - School Rosier
Calendar - Jokes - Auiographs
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Snowy fenlinel Jlarubf, keeping guard by the doorwayx of learning, are forever young with
lb? .rpiriz of youlh limi pmxfef them by.
Through .run or Jlorm Zhe tall, proud lower of Franklin .rlandi .flgtldfdli and ered-af
if mying ta lhe youth it Jhellerf, "Ever upmzrd,-ever on!"
TEACHERS ARE SAGACIOUS BEINGS
THAT REALLY KNOW AN AWFUL LOT
ABOUT WHAT MAKES THE WATER WET
AND ALSO WHY THE SUN IS HOT.
THEY KNOW WHY OXEN DON'T WEAR HATS
AND WHY THE CABBAGE CANNOT SING,
AND THEY CAN CARVE US LITTLE SHIPS
WITH MASTS AND SPARS AND EVERYTHING
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"We are eclucafed from 'I'wo sources-from oH1ers and from ourselves-Hwe
Farier is Hwe more valuable. All 'rhe colleges and professors in 'flue world cannol' make
you wise and good wifhouf your cooperafion, and 'rhe lack of 'rhem will noi prevenf
Jrhis if you have a proper de+erminaHon."
Ella E. Wilson, Dean Colton Meek, Vice-Principal
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2 E Th rston Allard Duerner. Fields Garrison
2 2 Graves Harringion Hoskins Johnson Monroe
E2 'W Oliver Richards Smith Word Zimmerman
E Franlclin's English deparTmenT has a ToTal oT l94l sTudenTs in The various phases
2 oT work including journalism, dramaTics, public speaking, and The regular sTudy oT
2 liTeraTure and grammar.
5 SixTeen Teachers preside over The sixTy-eighT classes.
5 Miss Hoskins was Transierred The TirsT oT The Term To The new Commerce high
E school. The change deprived Franklin oT a Tine Triend and an excellenT insTrucTor.
2 Miss Zimmerman is Traveling in Europe.
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Townsend Fowler Casebeer Enna Smutz
Latin, French, Spanish, and German are taught in the language department. lI3O
students are taught by the various instructors. We regret that Mr. Fowler was trans-
terred at the tirst ot the term to Buckman.
Ridgeway Neikirk Jackson Doran Marshall
Martin Heist Dewhirst Bourgeois
Eight teachers and II83 students malce up the science department. Thirty-six
various classes in science, biology, chemistry, ancl physics are carried on.
Mrs. Martin was recently transterrecl to another school.
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Dillon Groshong Eckhardt Townsend Tillotson
George Hammer Small
In Franl4lin's torty-eight math classes there are l4l9 students under the supervision
ot eight etticient mathematics instructors.
White Lehman Maule Parks Southwick
ln the thirty-tour commercial classes, there are 2080 students under the watchtul
guidance ot six teachers. Various torms ot commercial work are skilltully taught.
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Rodwell Colton Devlin
The eight Franklin history teachers conduct thirty-seven classes in ancient,
medieval, and modern history. Civics, sociology, and economics are included in the
seventh and eighth term worlc. Classes are made up ot IOO4 students. lvliss Young is
with lvliss Zimmerman in Europe but will return soon.
Livesay Walsh Burke Dickinson Eccles
Music, art, athletics, sewing, domestic science, and manual training comprise
l:ranlclin's special departments. Various students tind both helptul and recreational
outlets tor their spareperiods under caretul coaching ot skilled teachers.
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ALL DAY LONG THE OLD MEN SIT
AND TALK AND TALK ETERNALLY
ABOUT THE DAYS OF LONG AGO
WHEN THEY WERE YOUNG AND WENT TO SEA
THEY TALK OF SERPENTS IN THE DEEP,
OF BOILING WAVES AND WINGED WHALES,
OF CRYSTAL CAVES AND CHESTS OF GOLD,
AND FLYING FISH WITH SILVER TAILS.
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Miss Small L. Larsen
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Vice-Presldenl' . . .
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G. Hollingworth R. Schoeni
G. Root Mrs. Word
. . .Raymond Slegenllwaler
. . . .Genevieve l-lolllngworllm
. . . .Loyd Larsen
. . . .George Roof
. . .lVlrs. Rullw Word
...,Mlss Dana Small
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CLASS COLORS-POWDER BLUE AND ULTRA MARINE
CLASS MOTTO-"AIM HIGH-HIT THE MARK."
COMMENCEMENT-FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE I3+h
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Gone are Ihe days Ihal are clear Io The mem'ries of all of us.
Gone are Ihe hours, Io remember again wiIh our Iears.
Gone-sadly gone, for Jrhey bear away wiIh Ihem The love of us.
Gone-gladly gone, for Ihe ioy Ihey have IenI Io our years.
Ye wi+h regrels, ye may Iender Ihern now Io Ihe Ioesl of us.
Ye wi+h high hopes, may suslain Ihem unlil Ihey are won.
We of Ihe Class shall remember Io dream of Ihe resI ol us,
UnIiI our Ias+ Ireasured souvenir's wasled and gone.
Life will go on Ihough we absenl ourselves from Ihe hallways.
Laughler and song will re-echo be+ween Ihese briclc walls.
Keep bul a Ihoughl of Ihese days in your hearI ol: hearls always!
Keep bul a mem'ry of Ihings Ihal no echo re-calls!
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George Root Leslie Hunt Frances Taylor Walter Cox
Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Seniors Organizations
Richard Merrick Helen Povenmire Marjorie Glover Tom Norton
Circulation Music Literary Features
Eula Quackenbush Donald Hicks Burley Hobson Edith LaPorte
Typist Athletics Business Faculty
Mrs. Casebeer Mrs. Doran Miss Monroe
Business Adviser Editorial Adviser Literary Adviser
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Delta Beta Phi
U. of O.
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Glencoe Washington High
GDLDIE HUMBLE JESSII-J SHINN
Joseph Kellogg Glencoe
Bank Cashier Eta Rho
Business College Hi Ki Ki
VIRGINIA REED PAULINE MCKEEHAN
Canby High School Joseph Kellogg
Sales Service O. S. C.
U. of O.
O. S. C.
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JAMES CLARKE VIoLE'r FISHER
O. S. C.
Washington High Buckman
U. of O.
Delta Beta Phi
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Creston Gresham High
Football Eta Rho
Fire Chief Business College
O. S. C.
WERNER WILCKE RALPH HAWKINS
Trinity Lutheran Joseph Kellogg
'Spanish Club Student Body
Orchestra Student Council
HARRY MCCALLUM ZUNA LINN
Woodstock Joseph Kellogg
Work Scholarship Club
ANNA NYGREN LILLIAN PAssMoRE
Richmond Clinton Kelly
Dionysian Scholarship Club
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Bank Cashier Commerce
O. S. C. VVork
Delta Beta Phi
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Richmond Joseph Kellogg NUNNENKAMP Centralia Creston
Sales Service Club Post Editor Glencoe Masque and Dagger Soccer
Scholarship Club Almanac Editor French Club St. Vincent's Lamechian
Eta Rho Student Council Scholarship Hospital Fire Squad
U. of O. U. of O. Delta Beta Phi
ELIZABETH ALICE COWING HORACE NACHAND EDITH VALLEREUX CAROLINE ADAMS
CHAPMAN Creston Joseph Kellogg Creston Glencoe
Lents Dionysians Post Staff French Club Eta Rho
Opera Commerce Club Delta Beta Phi O. S. C.
College Science Club
O. S. C.
BKIARGARET HUBEL MIRIAM TUTTLE GEORGE COLASUANNO DORIS DAY FRANCES JOHNSON
Woodstock Lincoln High Abernethy Spokane Areopagitican
Business College Eta Rho Football Business College French Club
Spanish Club Soccer Choralite
U. of W. Dionysian Business College
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RUTH HALDERMAN FRED MoLL IoLA DRAKE KATHRYN SCHAD GERALD MCKAY
Brooklyn Powellhurst Powellhurst Glencoe Woodmere
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Post Staff Spanish Club
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Richmond Sunnyside Clinton Kelly Glencoe
Lamechians O. S. C. Commerce Club Student Council
Sales Service Club Tri-Colore Football Manager
'Thespian Reed College Class Play
VERNITA VAN FLEET ADELINI-1 BEDORTHA JOHN SIMMONS KAT'HRYN PROUTY
Girls' Polytechnic Washington St. Ignatius Creston
Scholarship Masque and Dagger Commerce' Club Eta Rho
Wihamette ' Lamechian Dionysians Quill Club
Work Post Staff Opera
Business College Willamette
DOROTHY EDITH KLINGEL JACQUI-:LYN FRANCIS lVlARJORlE GLOVER
NUSSBAUMER Couch Richmond Beach
Clinton Kelly Eta Rho Delta Beta Phi Post
Eta Rho Opera , Rhetoricians Almanac Staff
Business College Business College Business College Quill Club
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Masque and Dagger
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Grant Clinton Kelly
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Scholarship Eta Rho
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Marysville Clinton Kelly
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SCHWERDFAGER Parish Jr. High
Masque and Dagger
DOROTHY PERRY LAVERTA HALL
Arleta Gresham High
Opera Sales Service
Masque and Dagger
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JEAN AGER HELEN RINAUDO
Hudson Clinton Kelly
Delta Beta Phi Commerce Club
Pentathlon Post Staff
Post Staff Eta Rho
U. of O. Work
EDWARD PEAKE MURIEL MORRISON
Kennedy Denman, Calif.
Work Commerce High
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Sunnyside Glencoe Clinton Kelly
A.rt School Rhetorician Girls' League
FLORENCE WALDRON CATHERINE PHZLP ISABELLE REDDING .
Woodmere Creston Commerce Club
Tri Colore Student Council Eta Rho
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Thespian Scholarship , Work
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JACK GRIGGS VERMA BROCK MILDRED MARQUARD
Pendleton High Forest Grove Clinton Kelly
Post Staff Aereopagitican Eta Rho
Science Club 'Thespian Scholarship
O. S. C. Eta Rho German Club
Business College College
MARGARET BRINDLEY WILLIAM TIIURBER MARGARET HUNT
Arleta C.inton Kelly Woodmere
Scholarship Club Post Staff Eta Rho
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O. S. C. Emanuel Hospital
Scholarship Quill Club
Tri Colore Almanac Staff
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WILLIAM CATLOW NINA EARL
O. S. C.
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U. of 0.
Masque and Dagger
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Eliot Sunnyside Arleta Joseph Kellogg
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Creston Richmond Woodmere Pleasant Valley
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DOROTHY MORTON EDWARD KURKINEN LAURA LEE EARL JENSEN
Washington High Brooklyn Marysville Lynch
O. S. C. Eta Rho Sales Service
Lents Joseph 'Kellogg Clinton Kelly
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l-TE June '30 class numbers many sTudenTs ouTsTanding in scholarship, social, and
aThleTic acTiviTies. CompeTiTion is keen Tor highesT places, as counTless sTudenTs
aspire To The posiTions oT honor in The various school organizaTions.
Raymond SiegenThaler, our disTinguished class presidenT, came inTo his own as
presidenT oT The Quill Club in his sevenTh Term. l-le conTinued his record by placing
Third in The ciTy wide ConsTiTuTion QraTorical conTesT, represenTing Franklin on The
nighT oT April 4. Following his elecTion To class presidency, he was chosen Tor a parT
in The class play, and Tinally was voTed valedicTorian.
Elsie SweTnam in her TiTTh Term placed TirsT in The Beekman STaTe l-lisTorical Essay
conTesT, an honor which carried wiTh iT a medal and a cash prize oT sixTy dollars. Elsie
was also presidenT oT The Scholarship Club lasT year.
Ralph l-lawkins was elecTed STudenT Body presidenT a year ago. Under his leader-
ship, STudenT Body dances and movies have been esTablished, and The membership
Leslie l-lunT, The presenT ediTor oT The Franklin PosT, has carried ouT a successTul
Terrn as presidenT oT The Quill, Franklin's liTerary organizaTion. She Tound an ouTleT
Tor her execuTive abiliTy as associaTe ediTor'oT The Almanac.
Qur Soccer capTain lasT Term was Werner Wilcke, who because oT his aThleTic
abiliTy placed on The ciTy all-sTar Team.
Jimmy Clarke, our baskeTball capTain holds down The posiTion oT Fire ChieT and
also presidenT oT The boys' gym leaders' club.
George Ellison Through his keen inTeresT in Science was elecTecl presidenT oT The
Science Research SocieTy in his sixTh Term.
John Simmons was Commerce club presidenT lasT Tall.
Deward Waggoner acTed as one oT The TirsT presidenTs oT The newly-organized
German club, whose esTablishmenT came wiTh The aclvenT oT German in The school
George RooT has oTTiciaTed wiTh greaT success as presidenT oT The Quill Club,
ediTor oT The old "School Daze" and ediTor oT The "Almanac".
Don T-licks and Lyle T-leaTer have held The oTTices oT llluminaTi presidenT successively
during I929 and l93O.
Early This Term Lillian Passmore won Third place in The NorThwesT division oT The
NaTional Quill and Scroll conTesT wiTh her ediTorial on "Peace,"
Frances Brooks held The oTTice OT Tri-Colore presidenT Tor Two Terms, '27 and '28.
The Tri-Colore was also headed by Renee GilleTTe in The spring oT '27, She is
now presidenT oT The ETa Rho.
DoroThy PoTTsmiTh served as presidenT oT The DelTa BeTa Phi lasT Term and is now
a member oT The caTeTeria commiTTee.
l-larold Brown has been our successTul band leader Tor The lasT year.
WalTer Cox, a pasT presidenT oT The lnTernaTional Club, This Term is chairman oT
The caTeTeria commiTTee.
Burley l-lobson was Commerce Club presidenT in his sixTh Term and now acTs as
business manager oT The Almanac.
Verna T-laighT served as one oT The-TirsT presidenTs oT The ETa Rho aTTer iTs organ-
izaTion a Tew Terms ago.
RuTh Carson was Scholarship Club presidenT The spring oT I93O.
Eula Quackenbush has disTinguished herselT as one oT The ouTsTanding commercial
sTudenTs and has spenT The greaTer parT oT her lasT Term in Franklin working in The
oTTice. She Took parT in The class play and acTed as TypisT on The Almanac STaTT.
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E, The members of The June '30 class of The Benjamin Franklin I-ligh School,
possessed of sound minds and some iudgmenT, do solemnly swear and affirm
This weighTy documenT To be our will, our lasT will, and noThing buT our will. And
upon This, The elevenTh hour of our high school careers, we do hereunTo, in all serious-
ness, affix our seal.
To The overjoyed faculTy we leave memories of long hours afTer school, Tedious
TesT papers and hand TinTed reporT cards.
To all The weary sTudenTs yeT To enTer This sacred edifice we leave, evenfually,
our senior regisTraTion rooms and seaTs in assembly.
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Various members of The class leave individual Tokens of eTernal remembrance.
Mabel Thompson leaves her good disposiTion To Peggy I-lodges.
William Thurber bequeaThes a happy knack for Tickling The TypewriTer To Mildred
Jacquelyn Francis leaves her amorous incIinaTions To Florence Granf.
Beafrice Fournier wills her moTherly naTure To Claudine I-larT.
Genevieve GaTely wills her seriousness To Harold Jacobsen.
Wallace GilberTson leaves iusT one Train IaTe.
Renee GilleTTe leaves her "keen-ness" To Charles MarTin.
Ellen GranaT wills her sfudiousness To ClifTon I-larT.
Mary Gray leaves her amiabiliry To Marcia GruTze.
DoroThea Seebers bequeaThes her perseverance To Freddie Burrows.
Jessie Shinn wills her abilify To geT along wiTh Miss Eccles To BeTTy CaTlow.
Raymond Frederick SiegenThaler leaves his middle name To The PresidenT of The
January '3I class.
John Simmons bequeaThes his democraTic principles To Eddie I-IuffschmidT.
Merril Skinner wills his unobTrusiveness To Frances Bagley.
Merle Sleeper wills his abiIiTy To keep awake in class To Treadway Charles.
Lloyd DaggeTT leaves his calm naTure To MargareT PeTerson.
Morris Danford wills his manliness To ErnesT Jones.
Iola Drake will noT leave wiThouT her sparkling eyes: she needs Them To IighTen
her dark momenTs.
Jeanne DaugherTy leaves The school minus a good acTress.
Doris Day leaves To become a nighT waTchman.
MargueriTe Dressler wills her sedaTeness To Jim Cooper.
Nina Earl leaves her coyness To Ellen Misener.
Clarence Ellison bequeaThes his ouTgrown shyness To Wayne Viggers.
George Ellison leaves his "broadcasTing abiliTy" To Marie Bowden.
James Eshelby wills his mammoTh sTaTure To Gene BenTley.
Glenn Fehely leaves because we "fehely" oughT To.
I-lelen Evans wills her ruby lips To Bill I-Ioff.
VioleT Fisher and Anna Nygren will Their abiIiTy To raTe Two picTures in The senior
panels To The nexT persons wiTh dual personaliTies.
Jaqueline Cooper, Gladys CasTle, and Leslie I-lunT leave for parTs unknown.
Lyle I-IeaTer leaves The llluminafi for beTTer or for worse.
Frances Brooks and EdiTh La PorTe leave arm in arm.
I-larold Brown leaves his book on "Charming The Fair Sex" To anyone who will
send a self-addressed, sTamped envelope.
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ElizabeTh Bruhn bequeaThes her dimples To Leo SkipTon.
Arvilla Burns reTuses To leave her hisTrionic abiliTy.
George Burns leaves his pleasing personaliTy To Virginia Eike.
RuTh Carson wills her sunny smile To Mr. l-larringTon.
Sidonia Cayo leaves her place in The music deparTmenT To The highesT singer.
ElizabeTh Chapman leaves her Tlowing locks To MarTha Mason.
Genevieve l-lollingworTh and T-larold Finnell leave To Take up Their liTe work.
lna CoTTy leaves The chemisTry laboraTory To her suTTering successors.
Evilo l-lerringTon leaves her guieTness To l-lerman Eoland.
Evelyn Bussard leaves her Tear oT dramaTics To Vernice Spencer.
MargareT BrewsTer leaves The school To join The "Army."
Allie Niemi leaves her "irish brogue" To someone who can'T aTTord The English
Pauline Mclieehan and KaThleen Hardwick leave The gym To Wilma EaTon and
Mary Caroline Richards.
Billy CaTlow wills his "specs" To The "Wise Owl".
l-lelen O'Connell leaves her Irish wiT To some niT.
ArThur Parrish leaves wiTh The hope ThaT he won'T.
Lillian Passmore leaves her peaceTul naTure To EighTin' Billy Linn.
Dorcas Peabody leaves her reTiring naTure To anyone else who goes To bed early.
Edward Peake leaves all his Treckles and now he looks peaked.
Jean Ager leaves her abiliTy To dance wiTh Mr. George To someone who doesn'T
abouT wrecking new shoes.
Doris Anderson leaves her PepsodenT smile To uncerTain TaculTy members.
EsTher Arnold iusT can'T leave David MonTgomery.
BeaTrice Aveline leaves her spare heighT To EdiTh Mason.
Adeline BedorTha leaves her "giTT o'gab" To Norman Scales.
RuTh BenneTT leaves The room To Tind ouT "whaT The lesson is."
Donna Besserer leaves her Tairy cosTume To Jimmy Ghormley.
Genevieve BickTord leaves her sTudious Tendencies To Angus McCarl.
AlberT BolTon and Raymond Clarke leave Their muTual love Tor sociology To Mr.
MargareT Brindley leaves E grades To The T-lorse-U Club.
Verma Brock and Vernon Billings leave TogeTher.
Irene Brokenshire leaves her English disposiTion To Dickie Lawford.
Alice Cowing leaves her sympaThy wiTh The Ereshies.
VValTer Cox leaves his inTerioriTy complex To RuTh KenT.
Pauline Crispi wills ThaT all oT her Tellow graduaTes sTay well and happy.
Jimmy Clarke leaves The aThleTics so someone else can have a chance
George Colasuanno leaves ThaT Tall, dark, and villainous look To Ted COT
l-lerberT Conklin leaves his pink and whiTe complexion To Louis l-licks.
EdiTh Corcoran leaves Frank Gadke To The Tender mercy oT Verna Lewis.
Laurence Correy leaves his drawl To DoroThy Grubbs.
RuTh Eolkman and LaverTa l-lall leave To place Their names in The l-lall oT Fame.
DoroThy Perry leaves her waving brown hair. Long may iT wave.
CaTherine Philp leaves her seaT in STudenT Council To Bill Boon.
Glen Pomeroy leaves his argumenTaTive powers To ThornTon Call.
DoroThy PoTTsmiTh leaves Three TeeT oT her raven Tresses To sTuTT a new maTTress
Tor The Dean's oTTice.
l-lelen Povenmire wills her suaviTy To KaTherine Kellogg.
Mabel Powell leaves her seaT on The Powell bus To Bussy Johnson.
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Kafhryn Proufy leaves her noble profile fo Jack Killifs.
Emma Grueger leaves her high seaf in fhe cafeferia fo fhe nexf "fare" cashier.
Ralph Hawkins also leaves.
Goldie Humble leaves humbleness.
Velma Grufze leaves her conscienfiousness fo Norma Weffeland.
Verna Haighf leaves her abilify fo gef a job fo William Hoff.
Louise Haglund leaves her fair complexion fo Mr. Rodwell.
Caroline Adams, Elsie Swefnam, Rufh Halderman, Emmef Schaffer, Jack Simpson,
Jack Wilson leave fheir red hair fo sef fhe school on fire.
Eula Quackenbush wills all fhe remaining "maid" parfs fo Jack Flynn.
Isabelle Redding leff school early fo become a "poor woiking goil."
Kafhryn Reed and Edifh Klingel will fheir love for baskefball fo Ernesfine Camp-
and Cafherine Price.
Virginia Reed wills her membership in fhe "hick, hick, hick," fo Leonard Hicks.
Nancy Richardson leaves her posifion on fhe Posf sfaff fo Emily Posf.
Helen Rinaudo leaves her fypiing abilify fo someone of fhe same fype.
Signe Rogndahl leaves fhree blond hairs for Johnny Dohf's coaf, fo make Peggy
Melvin Munch wills his "crafe" fo fhe D. S. Deparfmenf for scrambling eggs.
Neifa Miller leaves her fowering heighf fo fhe school shorfies.
Fred Moll leaves in his liffle blue car.
Muriel Morrison begueafhes her maidenly blushes fo Tom Perry.
Louise Morse wills her capabilify fo someone who lacks if.
Dorofhy Morfon leaves her pleasanf personalify fo Alberf Ball.
Horace Nachand wills his black hair and eyes fo Gene Hubbard.
Tom Norfon wills his hearfy "hullo" fo Marguerife' Gloor.
Mildred Nunnencamp wills her immaculafe appearance fo Vivian Lafham.
Iva Harris leaves for no reason af all.
Marjorie Glover leaves her "nom de plume" jSqf.j as a secref fo fhe Sfudenf Body.
Edwin Lynds leaves Paul Enfler his manly forehead.
Loyd Larsen leaves fhe Posf minus a crackerjack sporfs wrifer.
Laura Lee leaves her lovely wiles fo Marfha Woods.
Marjorie Leibold wills her friendliness fo fhe Friendless.
Zuna Linn leaves wifh "E's".
Elaine Long leaves her Hpefifeness' fo Miss Small.
Virginia Lynch leaves because four years have come and gone.
Miriam Tuffle wills her curly locks fo. some Mofher Goose addicf.
Viola Tyler wills her nafuralness fo Beffy Cooper.
Edifh Vallereaux leaves her liffle sisfer fo fake her place in fhe office pracfice
Vernifa Van Fleef wills her serenify fo Marjorie Nesbiff.
Johnny Van Leeuwen wills his falkafiveness fo Shirley Jones.
Deward Waggoner leaves his invincible spirif fo be perpefuafed by his "liffle
sisfer," Lora. i
Florence Waldron wills her vivacify fo Helen Hubbard.
Werner Wilcke wills his soccer successes fo fhe nexf heavyweighf champion.
Elizabefh Wirfh leaves her sferling qualifies fo Louis Silverman.
Lawrence Worrell leaves his seaf in room 2 for Charles Worfendyke.
Gerfrude Yeager wills her gymnasifc prowess fo Juanifa Pierce.
Lucille Greene wills arfisfic arficulafive abilify fo Esfher Greenwell.
Briffon Smifh leaves his sly humor fo Donald Connor.
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I-lelmer Soderman wills his Barrymore proTile To Glenn GeThing.
Glenn SoTh bequeaThes his liking Tor WinsTon Churchill To RoberT Zimmerman.
Lloyd SuTherland leaves his happy-go-lucky personaliTy To Joy Rood.
I-lelen Swanson leaves her husky voice To DoroThy Ghormley.
Kay Sanders leaves her populariTy To Ada Louise RooT.
Margarel' Tacchella leaves her "PosTman" iob To one oT our leTTermen.
Mariorie TaTor leaves her meaningTul looks lif you know whaT we mean.l
Frances Taylor leaves her English accenT To The Language DeparTmenT.
I-larry McCallum begueaThes his cuTe Ii++le "musn'T-Touch-iT" To help Mr. Devlin's
Pauline McCoury leaves her wind blown bob To Jean Charles.
Gerald McKay wills his voluminous voice To Dave MonTgomery.
Frances Marasco wills her unresisTing charm To Vivien I-lammond.
Mildred Marquard bequeaThes her ThoughTTulness To Jack RudloTT.
Mary MasTrandrea wills her TrusTworThiness To Melvin Arnold.
Dick Merrick leaves his compassionaTe naTure To Miss ColTon.
Wanda Merrill wills her eTTiciency To Elsie Lundberg.
Don I-licks leaves his "TasT" naTure To The nexT sprinTer who can equal him.
Burley I-lobson leaves his bookkeeping abiliTy To Miss Drew.
MargareT l-lubel leaves her well prepared hisTory ouTlines in The wasTebaskeT.
William I-loTTman wills his bow Tie To Mr. Enna. I
Louise lsham leaves her abiliTy To wriTe exquisiTe verse To Vera Lang.
Bruce Jann leaves his sudden liking Tor English To Pauline I-lurnphries.
Earl Jensen wills his phoTographic Tancies To Gabriel Furrer.
Frances Johnson wills her baby blue sTare To Jean Wilson.
KirsTen Johnson leaves her genTeel manners To Jean BenneTT.
Waller Johnson leaves his parTnership wiTh Mr. Bymhold To anyone wiTh a sTrong
Vivia Jones wills her modesTy To Phyllis Isaacson.
KrisTine Kallander wills her besT daTe To The nexT ediTor oT The Almanac.
Florence KauTman begueaThes a box oT SmiTh BroThers To The I-lunTer sisTers.
STanley Kemper wills his sweeT Temper To DoroThy BarTrum.
Ed Kurkinen leaves his Cheshire grin To Eldon Keys.
MargareT Lacy wills her Tlashing smile To The Richfield search lighT.
RuTh Lane leaves Franklin buT noT The "Sqrrls".
I-larris Ross leaves Three waves To The waveless.
I-larold Sandberg leaves his posiTion as class dwarT To anyone wiTh high ambiTions.
Kay Shad leaves her preTTy eyes To The nexT generaTion.
DoroThy Schall leaves Jack BuTTingTon To Tind The way abouT The halls alone.
RuTh Schoeni leaves her crape-soled oxfords To anyone who will wear Them.
Mae Schwarzenbach leaves her name To anyone wiTh a paTienT disposiTion.
Maybelle SchwardTager leaves her composure To Frances I-lunT.
Willard SchoTield leaves his inTellecTual achievemenTs To The Scholarship Club.
Dorris STruble leaves her golden locks To anyone aspiring To become a second
George RooT leaves-Thanks To his senior Teachers.
Jack Griggs leaves his leTT-over picTures To keep The mice ouT ol: The caTeTeria.
Bill I-lamilTon wills his poeTic naTure To Ed BuTze.
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"Peg" ........ ... .... Allie Niemi
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Mrs. ChichesTer . . . .... Genevieve l-lollinqworTh
EThel ChichesTer . . . .... Arvilla Burns
"Peg O' My HearT"
The senior class play was presenTecl in The audiTorium on The nighTs OT Ivlay 23 and
24. Nine excepTional acTors made up The casT, which was coached by Mr. I-IarringTon.
The Tour weelcs' diligenT worlc oT The casT was proved noT To be in vain when
enThusiasTic audiences acclaimed The presenTaTion. Crowds on boTh Tloors bursT inTo
applause aT The close oT each acT. The casT Teels ThaT chie-T among iTs reasons Tor
success were The alole coaching oT Ivir. W. G. l-larringTon and The loyal supporT of The
TAKE A BUCKET FULL OF CREAM,
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R. Nickerson T. Bell
Presidenl . . . . . ..,..... Ralph Hawkins
Secrelary .. .... i.Jeanne Proclror
Fire Chief ......... ..... J ames Clarke
Advisory Commillee . . . ..... Jack Killirs
Yell Leaders ,...... ..,.. T ed Bell
The Sludenlr Body organizalion ai' Franlclin exisls for The purpose of sludenl'
governmenlr and promolion of grealer cooperalion among The sludenls. I
The membership privileges This 'rerm included grealer advanlages 'rhan ever
loelore. Aside from a voice in school affairs each member was admilled 'free To Iwo
excellenl movies and Iwo Sludenl Body dances.
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Back Row-R. Carson, A. L. Root, G, Furrer, F. Grant, W. Cox, M. Marriott, F. Bagley.
First Row-W. Barclay, J. Wilson, Miss Bourgeois, R. Siegenthaler, C. Philp, R. Hawkins, Miss Nelklrk
PresidenT ..... . . .Ralph Hawkins
Vice-PresidenT ..... . . .Ray SiegenThaler
SecreTary-Treasurer . . . . . .CaTherine Philp
SergeanT-aT-arms ..... . . .Gabriel Furrer
ProsecuTing ATTorney . . . . . .Don l-liclcs
Advisers .......... . . .Miss Bourgeois
The presenT STudenT Council is composed oT Twelve sTudenTs chosen Trom The
acTive organizaTions of The school.
This organizaTion has had plenTy oT work This Term, and wiTh The cooperalrion of The
STudenT Body has accomplished much in aTTaining a higher morale among The sTudenTs
The sTanding commiTTees are The library, The campus, and The aThleTic.
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This year's Cateteria Committee, tirst organized as a student aid to the school's
most popular eating place, had many problems to tace, but with a consistent and
concentrated ettort it has remedied each tault as presented and has placed the
Cateteria on a greater paying basis.
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Front Row-Kent, Ager, Neikirk, Hawkins, Proctor, Eckharllt, Furrer, Gadke, Nesbitt, Nielson.
PresidenT . . . . . .... Ralph Hawkins
SecreTary ,. .... Jeanne ProcTor
Adviser .. .... Mr. EclihardT
The RepresenTaTive Council, Franlclin's legislaTive body. is composed OT The
presidenTs and secreTaries elecTed by The sTudenTs To represenT each regisTraTion room.
ln The meeTings, held once a monTh, school problems are openly discussed and any
legislaTive maTTers are Taken care OT.
Each represenTaTive is responsible for keeping his room irviormed as To The
council's work and Tor voicing The opinion of The sTuclenTs.
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Back Row-Vallereux, Walton, Keller, H. Lenon, Frost, Anderson, Goldha er, Gress.
Third Row-Barbour, Robberding, North, Haglund, Humphreys, Scherr Leary, Linens, Lundberg,
Svcond Row--Barbour, Cotty, Greenwell, Nyman, Misslick, Detheridge, arvis, x, ed, Duncan, Chipman.
Front Row-Ager, Sherwood, Ellison, Soth, Catlow, Bennett, Allen, Irvine.
Bank Cashiers Club
Presiclenl . . . . . .Clarence Ellison
Vice-Presicleni ..... . . .Glenn Soih
Secrelary-Treasurer . . . . .William Callow
Eclilor ........... .. .Rulh Bennell
Adviser . . . . .Miss Reeves
The banking syslerm was siarled on Oclober 20, l925, 'io encourage 'lhrifl among
Jrhe sludenis. On our iirsi bank day Franklin was lOO'X,, an average Thai has noi since
The personnel of ihe Club consisls of a bank cashier 'From each regisiraiion room.
Much credil is due Them and 'rheir adviser. Miss Reeves, for Their efforfs lo encour-
age siudenis io bank ancl keep ihe school percenlage high.
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Back Row-Heater, E. Shaffer, A. Shaffer, Barnett, Hawkins, Pomeroy.
Middle Row-Petteys, Sleeper, Sefton, Hicks, Merrick, Huffschmidt, Boon, Bell, Sandberg, Duffield-
Front Row-Charles, Colasuanno, Fyock, Clarke, Killits, Worrell, Nielsen, Gadke, White.
The Franklin Fire Squad is an organized group for Jrhe purpose of conirolling Tire
inspeciion and fire drills. The fire chief is elecled each year by ihe siudeni body in
general, and conirols ihe appoinimenls of 'rhe siafi. One fire drill is held each weelc.
Through cooperaiion wiih Jrhe siaii, condirions in ihe school are arranged for
ihe saieiy oi each individual.
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Delta Beta Phi
PresidenT ,.... .,... A da Louise RooT
Vice-PresidenT ,... ...., B eTTy Cooper
SecreTary-Treasurer . . .... EdiTh Lou Guyer
SergeanT-aT-Arms . . . ..... Mildred Kimsey
EdiTor ........... ..... J ean Ager
Advisers . . , . .Mrs. Wilson
DelTa BeTa Phi is one of The largesT organizaTions in Franklin. The girls of The
club sTrive To worlc wiTh and Tor The school. ln DelTa BeTa Phi any Franklin girl may
Tind her place and develop' her TalenTs, as commiTTee enTerprises include varied ac-
DelTa BeTa Phi's ouTsTanding accomplishmenTs This spring Term have been The
Freshman, Girls' Tea, a Fashion Show which was repeaTed on requesT aT The Gas Com-
pany's show room, a Tormal iniTiaTion and The annual April Follies.
DelTa BeTa Phi expecTs iTs members To sTrive Tor characTer, scholarship, leadership,
and service. AT each CommencemenT a silver loving cup is presenTed To The girl who
has sTood pre-eminenT in These Tour qualiTies. T-ler name is also engraved on The large
silver cup which remains permanenTly in The school Trophy case.
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Ivro t Row Shaeffer, Bell, Brown, Heater, Butze, Mr. Ridgeway.
President , . . .......... Lyle Heater
Vice-President Ted Bell
Secretary . . . Ed Butze
Treasurer . . . l-larold Brown
Editor . . . Allyn Shaetter
Adviser . , . Mr. Ridgeway
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This term under the able supervision ot the adviser, Mr. Ridgeway, and the
president, Lyle Heater, the Illuminati Club has continued the good work that it has
done in the past.
The club membership is limited to twenty-tive boys ot good social and scholastic
The club motto: "lt it's tor Franklin, Illuminati is tor it," expresses the aim ot this
organization in striving and doing its best to help the school.
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Back Row-Bevingt n, Austin, del Valle, Vohll, Brown, Wickland, Scofield, Gething.
Second Row-Grigg , Wickersham, Leidfors, Landolt, VVright, Gantenbien, Cox, Walsh, Rose, Zurbuchen,
Front RowgSkipw rth, Joy, MacDonalds Hart, Munson, C. Hart, Lloyd, R. Ager.
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The Spanish Club has iusl finished an unusually successful lerm. The purpose of
'lhe club is +o mainlain and promole inleresl in lhe sludy ol Spanish in Franklin.
The Club was founded several years ago under 'rhe leadership of lvlr. Enna and i'r
has gone lar Toward realizing ils purpose. lnleresl is lcepl alive by presenling a
number ol slqils, poems, or songs in Spanish aller each business meeling.
The Spanish Club was very lorlunale This Term in having Miss Bessie Smilh for
The adviser, and wilh her hearly cooperalion il expecls 'ro accomplish a greal deal.
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Buck RowiGrant, Taylor, Ollerenshaw, Wood, McKeehan, Woods, Yeager, Bennett, McKay, Bump.
Middle Row-Peznecker, Philp, Gallegher, Kaufman, Pearson, Latchaw, Hardwick, Barr, Kaufer, Ager,
First Row-Le Mone, Mason, Poynter, Abernatha, Roper, Shingler.
Presidenl .... . . .Mary Poynler
Vice-Presidenl .... , . .Calherine Philp
Secreiary-Treasurer . . . . .Vera Roper
Sergeanl-ar-Arms . . . . .Viola Abernalha
Edilor .......... .. . Frances Taylor
Adviser .. .. .Mrs. Burke
Penfalhlon, an organizalion of girls' gym leaders, originaled in l925. The mem-
bership is limiled To 'rhirly girls ouislanding in gym work. The ideal of each member
is "A sound mind in a sound body."
The aclivilies of This club are varied. In Jrhe gym classes, The leaders assisl lvlrs.
Burke and Caroline Pezneclqer in Teaching beginning and advanced clogging, games,
Danish exercises, and apparalus. Once a monlrh a swimming or slcaling parly is held.
Each year's work is compleled wilh a picnic +o which all prospeclive members are
inviied. Penlalhlon is also The sponsor of a girls' 'rrack meer held in May oi every
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Back Row-Root, Call, Greenwell, Gething, Donaldson, Ager, Lamb, Cooper, Siegenthaler.
Second Row-Prouty, Povenmire, Arnold, Kent, Cliff Hart, Castle, Taylor, Wetteland, Hubbard.
Front Ron'-Miss Johnson, Hunt, Lane, Glover, C. Hart, Ross.
PresiclenT .... . .. . .Leslie l-lun+
Vice-PresidenT . . . . RuTh Lane
SecreTary .... . . Mariorie Glover
Treasurer ....... . .Eula Quaclcenbush
SergeanT-aT-Arms . . .Harris Ross
EdiTor ....,,... . .Claudine l-larT
Adviser . . . .Miss Johnson
The chieT proiecT OT The Quill This Term has been 'wriTing Tor publicaTion, each
member being required To conTribuTe a cerTain quoTa oT original worlc. BulleTins are
issued, lisTing conTesTs ancl opporTuniTies Tor amaTuer eTTorTs in currenT publicaTions.
The publicaTions Themselves are sTuclied Tor Their sTyle oT wriTing and Type oT sTories.
Several opTomisTic young auThors have submiTTecl shorT sTories ancl poeTry To various
magazines, wiTh no success as yeT. However, They persevere, Tor They have aclopTecl
as Their moTTo, "Give To The world The besf ThaT you have, ancl The besT will come back
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Back Row-Jones, Soth, Livermore, Mears, Larsen, Donaldson, Anderson, Masche, McGregor, Linn,
Brindley, Miss Schmidli.
Fourth Row-V. Lennon, Pitkanen, Fisher, Bowman, Seebers, Arnold, Lewellyn, Dressler, Hinz, B. Hinz,
Third Row-Lennon, Landolt, Underwood, Richards, Reed, Kehoe, Redding, O'Connell, Peterson, Stout.
Second Row-Collard, Veitheer, Geisler, Wakefield, Irvine, Nunnenkamp, Rohoer, Marrinan, Brice,
First Row-Siegenthaler, Povenmire, Lacy, Teufel, Collins, Linn, Liebold, Carson, Nielsen.
Presideni .... . .Ruih Carson
Vice-Presideni . . . . . Marjorie Liebold
Secreiary-Treasurer .. ,.Thelma Linn
Edilror .. . , .Jessie Collins
Adviser .. ....... ..lvliss Schmidli
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The Scholarship Club was organized in i922 by lvliss Schmidli. I+ is composed of
siudenis who have won scholarship lciies 'lor making four E's as a ierm average.
The club checks The records for ihe names of ihe siudenis who are eniiiled io
scholarship awards. The members also aci as guides on Visiior's Day.
Meeiings are held on ihe Third Thursday oi each monih. They are composed of a
business meeiing and a social program. All siudenis are uriged io qualify for member-
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Back Row-Kellogg, Gallagher, Armstrong, Carr, Briar, Hall, Armitage, Steele, Rhymer, Rodabaugh,
Blaumer, Smith, Drake, Struble, Fawcett, Miller, Fall, Fuller.
Center Row-Clarke, Ames, Kaufman, McKay, Mower, Gayte, Detheridge, Jarvis, Craun, Knight, Wright,
Elkins, Burns, Clarke, Westybe, lsham.
Front Row-Faloon, Dennis, Klyce, Ward, Zurbuchen, Hardwick, Lane, Grant, Mrs. Doran, Taylor, Steele,
Irvine, Eaton, Richards.
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Presideni ......., . . Florence Grani-
Secreiary-Treasurer . , . , Rose Zurbuchen
Ediior .. .. ..Rul'h Lane
Adviser . . . .lVlrs. Doran
The l-li Ki Ki, one of Franl4lin's oldesl clubs, is composed oi girls inieresied in
hiking and ouidoor sporis.
l-lilces are made io poinis of inieresi aboul Jrown and every monih a swimming
or slcaiing pariy is held.
A lovely Jrea was given for The pledges and several parlies planned in iheir
Mrs. Doran is +he adviser and her cooperaiion has made ihe clulo a peppy
and inleresiing one.
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Fourth Rou'gC. Arndt, Glenz, Lange, Gilmore, Kallander, Lashbaugh, Vahe, Donaldson, Reinhard, 2
W, Siegenthaler, Sies, L. Waggener, Lehmann, Gloor, Scharfer, Tarrer, Kane. 2
Third, Row-Olsen, Marquard, Grand, Misslich, Stickel, Vaderhoff, Dressler, M, Dressler, Greenwell 2
Sherrer, Doht, Gohsler, Wirth, Niklas. E
Second How-J. Spatz, I. Schillinfzer, Simonsen, Smith, Dapp, Mr. Enna, Jann, Nunnenkamp, Arndt, E
Waggener, Teuscher, Sherwood, Krahman, Lang. E
First Hou'-Ackerman, Cafer, Goldhammer, Voll, Siegenthaler. E
Presidenl .... , . ,Deward Vlaggoner 2
Vice-Presidenl' ..,. . . . l-lelen Arndlr 2
Secrelary-Treasurer .. . . .Mildred Numienlcamp E
Sergeanl-al-Arms . . . . .Bruce Jann 2
Edilor ,.,....... ...l-lildegarl Dapp 2
Adviser .. . . .Mn Enna E
Franl4lin's German Club, organized Jrwo Terms ago, is becoming more popular
as lime goes on.
Any sludenl lalcing German is eligible lo lhe Club. A special invilalion is ex-
lended To Jrhose spealcing German. A+ lhe meelings, which are held every second
and fourlh Thursday, lhe members are enlerlained by programs perlaining lo lheir
' The Club looks forward lo grealer achievemenls in Jrhe fulure.
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Back Row-Povenmire, Williams, Knott, Burch, Nastergaile, Dunning, Livingston, Heyting.
Middle Row-Waldron, Reed, McMillan, Aveline, E. .Vallereux, Grueger, Halderman, D. Vallereux,
Front Row-Burns, Brooks, Donaldson, Catlow, Nunenkamp, Kuykendall, Snodgrass, Miss TOWDSGNCT-
Presidenl' .. . . . .Herschel Snodgrass
Vice-Presidenlr ,... . . .Lois Kuykendall
SecreTary-Treasurer . . . . .Mildred Nunenlcarnp
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Miss Mary Townsend
EdiTor .......... . . .
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The Tri-Colore Club oT Franklin is open To all sTudenTs OT French. The meeT-
ings are held regularly every second Thursday during The sTudy period. WiTh Miss
Townsend as adviser The club has been quiTe successTul This Term. Several OT The sTu-
denTs correspond wiTh sTudenTs in France. and in The meeTings read The leTTers They
receive. During This Term French songs have been inTroduced inTo The rneeTings
and have proved very enTerTaining. I
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Rack: Row-K. Cooper, Sehillinger, Waggoner, Nachand, Munch, Lane, Marsh, Wurtz, Siegenthaler, Griggs.
Second Row-Norton, Catlow, Polsen, Wade, Seebers, Fowler, Bahr, Craun, Knight, Wright.
First Row-Ellison, Donaldson, Cooper, Frost, 'Mitchel1, Carson, Castle, Cox, Mr. Dewhirst.
Science Research Society
Presidenl ........................... David Frosl
Vice-Presidenl' ..... . . .Neil lvlilchell
Secrelary-Treasurer . . . . .Jaqueline Cooper
Eclilor ......,.... , . . Rulh Carson
Sergeanl-al-Arms . . . . .lvlelvin Munch
Scouls ......... . . .Gladys Caslle
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The Science Research Sociely is an orqanizalion composed ol srudenls especially
inleresled in Jrhe various phases of science. Organized commissions, headed by
compelenl chairmen, pursue slill lurlher info special branches oi srudy.
lnreresling indusrrial fours are conclucled lhroughoul Jrhe lerm lo various con-
cerns such as dye works, lrelephone companies, and ice cream planls. The members
are Thus given opporlrunilries lo see Jrhe praclical applicalion of science.
Back Rowiflable, Simmons, Medlar, Moffat, Thurber, Nachand, Gregor, Heitkemper, Bowman, Tacchella,
Second RowSAzarr, Hobson, Miss Maule, Morris, Marasco, Rinaudo, Lundberg, Brindley, VVhiteman,
First Row-Mr. White, Hartman, Marriott, Taylor, Velde, Redding, Limbach.
PresidenT ..... ..,................ E lsie lvlarrioTT
Vice-PresidenT .. . . . . Henry T-larTson
SecreTary ...,. . . . MargareT Velde
Bookkeeper , . , . . Marion Taylor
EdiTor .,... . . . Lillian Passmore
Advisers . . . . . . Mr. WhiTe
ThirTy ouTsTanding siudenTs oT The Commerce deparTmenT usually elecTed on
Their scholarship and iniTiaTive, comprise The membership oT The Commerce Club.
The promoTion oT any needTul general proiecT Tor The enTire deparTmenT, and The
provision oT individual proiecTs Tor The members, are The aims oT The club.
Among The club's recenT general accomplishmenTs are The Book Exchange, The
Franklin Handbook, and The TypewriTing conTesT. The members oT This organizaTion
are engaged in operaTing The CaTeTeria cash regisTers, acTing as assisTanT book-
keepers Tor Franklin STudenT Body AssociaTion, serving in The capaciTy OT manager OT
candy counTer, and disTribuTing The PosT. OTher members work ouTside oT school in
various lines oT business. ,
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First Row-Miss Tillotson, R. Kent, E. Butz, T. Bell, M. Taylor, F. Macgregory iMiss Johnson.
January '3I Class
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Secrelary .... ....
Treasurer ......... ....
Serqeanl-al-Arms . . . . . . .
Edlror ,......... .,..
Adviser ............ ....
Honorary Member .... ., . . ..
The successors of lhe June '30 class are rapidly coming 'ro The lronl and wll
be ready lo lalce over responsibililies of The nexl' fall 'I'erm. ,
The January '3l class organized April 25. A commillee was chosen for colors
which were finally voled upon as purple and mauve
The class is composed of up-and-coming sluolenls and much will be expecled
of Them during 'rheir rnonlhs of seniorily.
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Back Row-Petteys, Nachand, Jones, Limbach, Medlar, Thurber, Larsen, Hartson, Simpson, Call, Tacchella,
Second Row-Tator, Wetteland, Miss Maule, Garland, Ayers, Grubbs, Halderman, Kent, Miss Lehman,
Ager, Cooper, Bowden, Norton, Morasco, Morris, White. A
First Row-Miss Smith, Hunt, Root, Glover, Arnold, Rinaudo, Lundberg, Brindley, Griggs.
WiTh The changing oT The name of Franlclin's semi-annual publicaTion Trom The
"POST" To The "Almanac" and The weelcly pulolicaTion Trom The "School Daze" To The
"PosT" carne many oTher changes Tor The loeTTer. The new "PosT" has a change in
policy, in price, and in size. Now wiTh These changes ancl under The able direcTion oT
The adviser, Miss Marie SnniTh, The "PosT" is a Truly represenTaTive paper' OT The
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ADVISER . . .
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Marjorie Glover, Melvin Arnold
Marjorie Tator, Clarence Ellison
Ruth Kent, Dorris Struble, Vera
Nancy Richardson, Winifred Ayers
Dorothy Grubbs, Ruth Halderman
Marie Bowden, Thornton Call, Helen Garland, Lucille Novack,
Miss Marie Smith
Jack Simpson, Frances Marasco, Jack Medlar,
Tom Norton, Horace Nachand, Raymond Limbach,
Henry Hartson, Margaret Skipworth
Marjorie Nicols, Mildred Heitkemper, William Thurber,
Dorothy Nussbaumer, Melvin Munch
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Back Row-Johnston, Tacchella, Voll, Mr. Harrington, Griggs, Wernsing, Jann, Haight, Reed.
Front Row-Killits, O'Connell, Sutherland, Miller, Sanders, Brown.
President . . .Lloyd Sutherland
Secretary ...... . .Neita Miller
Sergeant-at-Arms . . .l-larold Brown
The Sales-Service Club was organized by Mr. Harrington to give a better
toundation in salesmanship. , V
One ot the proiects tor this term was assisting in collecting ads tor the "Franklin
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Presideni .... ,.............. R enee Gilleire
Vice-Presideni Frances Brooks
Secreiary . . . Edilh La Porie
Treasurer . . . Mildred l-leiikemper
Adviser .. . Mrs. Dickinson
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Eia Rho consisis of all siudenis faking Domesiic Science. li meels iwice a monlh
in Jrhe library. The programs have been of unusual inieresi ihis Jrerm, including Talks
on Chinese home life and +he workmanship of Lennox, China.
An insiallaiion ceremony for new members was held al' Jrhe firsi meeling of The
ierm. l-lere The clubs ideals, namely sirenglh of characlrer, wisdom, heallh, beaulry,
service, and love, were represen+ed by members of ihe club.
Era Rho has coniinually grown in membership in ihe pasi, and looks forward io
furlher growih in lhe fuiure. I+ Jreaches love of ihe home and hearih, housewiiery,
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Hack Rau'-Nygren, Wood, Hawkins, Kallendar, Morse, Siegenthaler, Ghormley, Seekers, Reed, Jann, Mr.
Front Row-Long, Green, Ross, Sutherland, Brosyn, Bell, Nesbitt,'Poynter, Cayo, Miller.
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The Thesplan Club is composed of lhe pupils of The 'rhird period dramalics class.
Each Wednesday lhe club meelsand sponsors a program in Jrhe Audiloriurn.
The Jrerm has been devoled lo frying oul for The one-acl plays in preparallon
for The coming conlesl, sludying lhe various fundamenlals of dramalics, and gaining
a beller knowledge and inlerprelalion of Shakespeare.
New officers are elecled each quarler.
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The Rheloricians, Mr. l-larring+on's iirsf period English 7D class, have devored Jrheir
Time primarily io 'rhe sludy of parliamenlary law, debaie, and The essenlials of public
Each Wednesday during lhe regular class period lhe club holds a business meei-
ing aiier which a program is presenled by various members. Every quarlrer new
officers are elecied, Jrhereby giving all sludenis an opporlunily To hold office.
During Jrhe ierm several members of 'rhe class have Jralcen parl in bolh school and
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E Back Row-Wilson, Marasco, Gillam, Wetteland, Cooper, Glenns, Schoeni, Ellison, Castle, Nygren.
E Second RowQNielsen, Colasuanno, Steel, Hoff, White, Ager, Johns, Mr. Harrington.
2 First Row-Rudloff, Wagner, Griggs, Pomeroy.
I The Dionysians is one oi Mr. T-larringTon's dramaTics classes. The organizaTion
E mee-Ts every day during The 5Th period. During The Term members have reviewed
2 The plays aT The Dufwin, performed parTs Trom Shakespeare, prepared The one acT
2 plays "Op-O-Me-Thumb" and "The ValianT", senT members To Talce parT in The DuTwin
2 play, "The Man Who Came Back" and helped in The presenTaTion oT The Senior
3 Class Play.
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Back Row-Pollard, Murphy, Van Patton, Maris, E. Gantenbein, McDonald, Howard, Wester, Hansen.
Second Row-Alexander, Jones, Zidan, Berryman, Ray, Linens, Miss Smutz, Gantenbein, Stevens, Falkner,
Front Row-Gately, Donahoo, De Woels, Staplcford, Steen, Mason, Spears, Bump.
Presideni ......., . . .Bernice Siapleiord
Secreiary-Treasurer . . . .Virginia DeWoels
Edilor . . . . .Doris Spears
Adviser .. ...Miss Smuiz
Our of ihe discussion classes conducied by Dean Wilson 'For Freshman girls, grew
Lambda Sigma-firsl organized las+ 'fall and increasing in imporiance every ferm.
The ideals embrace scholarship, leadership, service, and characier and were
emphasized a+ Jrhe formal iniriaiion held on April I7 in The Library Club room.
Lambda Sigma has a brighi' iuiure and is hoping +o fill a very viial place in The
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Back Row-Haight, Hall, Lacey, Schwerdfager, Root, Cox, McIntyre, Kauffman, Tom, Bedortha.
Front Row-Mr. Harrington, Daugherty, Hodges, Duffield, Hollingworth, Woods, Spencer, Povenmire,
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The Masque and Dagger is a new and rising class in DramaTics ThaT is doing much
To TurTher dramaTic work aT Franklin. The class had several members in The "Op o' lvle
Thumb" casT, and also one member in The Class play casT.
New oTTicers are elecTed aT The TirsT oT every quarTer and programs are given
every Wednesday, sevenTh period, in The AudiTorium.
AlThough This class had a large enrollmenT aT The TirsT oT The Term, iTs size was
diminished by The rule ThaT Those Taking second Term in DramaTics, could noT
If The TuTure classes oT The Masque and Dagger conTinue as This class has, The
clnb will be ouTsTanding in The DramaTic Tield aT Franklin.
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Back Row-Keyser, Peake, Siegenthaler, Ross, Jann, Smith, Lynds.
Second Row-Rinaudo, Jensen, Nunnencamp, Miss Fields, Harris, Castle, Van Fleet, Catlow, Cayo, Hughes,
First Rau'-Struble, Jones, Daughtery, Day, Chapman, Pottsmith, Povenmire. E
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The TirsT period English 8 class, under The direcTion oT lvliss Fields, has enioyed 5
a sTudy oT modern liTeraTure and poeTry This Term. This group conTains The ideal e
aTmosphere Tor a sTudy oT This kind. They are companionable and Triendly, more 5
like a Tamily Than a class in school. Tennyson, Byron and Shelley seem more real, and 5
Their works are more easily undersTood in a group where everyone willingly enTers 5
inTo The discussions. 5
The class represenTs The growing spiriT oT True cooperaTion and organizaTion ThaT
is being esTablished in every class in Franklin.
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InTellecT mounT up,
BuT leT my spiriT sTand sTill.
I wanT To remain iusT a kid,
To dance wiTh kids, sing wiTh Them-
They are Toolish,
They are TempTed-someTimes
They are awkward buT over iT all
They are living, enjoying-
Oh, precious Lord-LeT me Torever be
JusT a kid.
BOOKS ARE NECESSARY THINGS
IF IN THIS WORLD ONE LONGS TO RISE
AND BE A BIG SUCCESS IN LIFE.
SO SAYS MY GRANDSIRE IHE IS WISEI.
WHEN I CONSIDER WAYS AND MEANS
OF GETTING JAM FROM OFF THE SHELF
I FIND THAT BOOKS, IN TRUTH, DO HELP
A PERSON TO IMPROVE HIMSELF.
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ln one corner oT a preTTy liTTle pavilion hanging over The sparkling waTers oT The
Grand Canal near AmsTerdam, a blue-eyed, Tlaxen-haired DuTch maiden saT alone aT
Tea. She made a charming picTure wiTh The sun glinTing on her brighT curls, wiTh The
delicaTe green OT The willow drooping aT her side, and The gay Tulips nodding on
The rail behind. She Toyed idly wiTh one oT The gorgeous blossoms, and gazed ouT
over The canal in reverie. PresenTly, Trom The sTream oT pleasure craTTs passing
beTore her, a red boaT shoT Torward, and The Tair-haired young man in iT liTTed one
nand in graceTul saluTe. The lady Took no noTice oT him excepT To nod absenTly in
his direcTion. Surprised and a biT cresTTallen, he Turned away and paddled on down
The canal, leaving a Trail oT silvery ripples as he wenT. The Wadyiyawned, and smiled
a careless liTTle smile To herselT. Soon anoTher craTT came inTo view, Traveling swiTTly
Toward her. She saT up quickly, her cheeks grew pink, she arranged an unruly curl
and leaned Torward expecTanTly. Suddenly she sTarTed, sTared incredulously, Then
smiled in disdain as The craTT swepT by, The preTTy girl and The youTh in iT waving glee-
Tully as iT passed. The lady oT The pavilion arched her brows, gave a liTTle shrug, and
sipped her Tea. The wind sighed genTly Through The Trailing willows, and The rose-
TinTed waTer lilies driTTed resTlessly. Behind her she heard The swish oT an approaching
boaTg she Turned To see The TirsT red craTT pushing back up The canal, iTs occupanT
gazing sTeadTasTly Torward. She hesiTaTed, biT her lip, Then Tossed her Tulip impul-
sively inTo The lap oT The Tair-haired young man.
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Why did you look aT me
And noT speak?
The sun wenT down on my hopes
Because OT your silence.
A week is a long Time To love
Why did you look aT me
And noT speak? '
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All was silenT in The liTTle shop. The silvery moonbeams, playing Tag Through
The Tiny window panes, revealed The Tigures oT a richly coloured TapesTry upon which
The old weaver had been working. IT was a lovely piece, picTuring a velveTy lawn.
wiTh drooping Trees, TounTains, and exquisiTely chiselled sTaTues. The ouTlines oT Q
paiace rose dreamily in The disTance. In The Toreground an elega:iTly dressed noble-
man bowed over The hand oT a lovely liTTle lady in billowing pink skirTs. AT one side,
looking on wiTh jealous eyes, sTood a handsome musqueTeer wiTh a curly musTache and
The sound oT The old weaver's, TooTsTeps died away, and The clock on The shelT
sTruck The hour in silvery chimes. Suddenly The TapesTry sTirred: There was a sound oT
ripping, and The liTTle lady in pink snaTched her hand away Trom The lips oT The noble-
man. "I-Tow dare you kiss my hand? We haven'T been inTroducecll" she cried angrily.
"Who are you?"
"BuT surely," gasped The genTleman, greaTly oTTended, "you cannoT be ignoranT
oT my idenTiTy. I am The greaT Lord Van WesTerbrookl" The lady seemed unimpressed.
I-ler companion benT once more To kiss her hand, and she slapped him lighTly on The
The musgueTeer in The background, who had been growing very angry during The
conversaTion, dashed To her proTecTion. l-le bowed gallanTly To The ,lady and They sTroll-
ed OTT TogeTher. The nobleman gazed aTTer Them in angry asTonishmenT. Suddenly
he called To Them. "You musT separaTe," he explained Condescendingly. "Your
colors don'T harmonize, and The weaver won'T allow ThaT."
The lady glanced aT her pink dress and The musgueTeer's red velveT suiT, and
bursT inTo Tears. The musgueTeer ripped ouT an oaTh, Turned in Tury, and challenged
The nobleman To a duel. The swords darTed swiTTly in The moonlighT, and The Two
genTlemen puTTed and wheezed. Soon The musqueTeer, wiTh a quick ThrusT oT his
gleaming blade, pierced his opponenT Through The hearT. The nobleman, ever grace-
Tul, sTreTched himselT beneaTh a Tree and expired. STriking a TriumphanT pose, The
musqueTeer bowed To The lady. She smiled graciously, and he moved Toward her.
"BuT iT is True," she obiecTed Timidly. "We don'T harmonize. And The weaver will
separaTe us again in The morning." The oTher gazed despairingly aT The pink and The
red oT Their cosTumes as They sTood TogeTher. Fired by a sudden inspiraTion, he
snaTched The sable cloak Trom The shoulders oT The nobleman and Threw iT abouT him.
The lady nodded her approval and They wandered oTT among The Trees To a liT+Ie whiTe
NexT morning The village was sTarTled by a loud cry Trom The house oT The old
weaver. I-lis Triends ran quickly inTo his Ii++Ie shop. They Tound him sTanding beTore
his TapesTry rubbing his eyes in bewildermenT. "WhaT is iT?" They asked. "WhaT
has happened?" U
"My TapesTryl" sTammered The weaver. "The Tigures have moved in The nighT.
This one was sTanding beside The lady and now he lies beneaTh The Tree. You see?
And my lady in The arms oT The musgueTeerl" g
The villagers smiled in aTTecTionaTe piTy. "Our weaver is geTTing old," They Told
each oTher, "and he imagines sTrange Things. BuT his TapesTries-oh,They are beauTiTull
See The happy expression he has puT on The Tace oT The liTTle lady in pink!"
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The crealcing wheel goes round and round:
The chaff falls as fhe grain is ground:
The windmill liffs ifs arms on high
To sweep fhe clouds from ouf fhe sky,-
And fhe gray rain falls.
The weird bafs circle round on highg
Gray dusfs rise from sacks of rye.
Slowly creeps forfh fhe yellow moon
Reflecfed in fhe green lagoon.
And a nighf bird calls.
HILDA LIFTS THE LTD
l-lilda Von l-lilman lrnelf before fhe old blaclc chesf and fraced wifh loving fingers
fhe inscripfion carved on ifs side in guainf old leffers: "To l-lelma on Her Wedding
Day, I78O." ,V
There were fears in her eyes as she realized fhaf for fhe firsf fime in one hundred
and fiffy years fhis beloved chesf would go fo a younger daughfer of Von l-lilman
on her wedding day.
A cenfury and a. half ago Basil Von l-lilman had given fhe chesf fo his lovely
l-lelma on her bridal morning. Wifhin if now resfed fhe bridal gown which she had
worn, and which had been handed down fo happy brides in fhe generafions since.
l-lilda was fhe eldesf girl in fhe presenf generafion and she had been raised fo
fhinlc fhaf some day she would wear l'lelma's dress and own fhe lovely chesf. Buf
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TirsT birThday, or The chesT would go To The nexT in age.
NexT week The kneeling Hilda would be TwenTy-one, buT insTead oT her wedding,
ThaT oT her sisTer Anne was To Take place. Anne, The clever, brillianT, younger sisTer,
who scorned TradiTion and romance, had Taken John away Trom Hilda iusT as she would
Take The old chesT, noT because she loved him, buT because she could noT bear Tor
Hilda To have him.
Hilda's Tingers searched Tor The spring ThaT would liTT The lid, buT her eyes were
blinded by Tears, and she could noT see whaT she was doing. Her groping Tingers
Tound The spring and pressed iT, buT The lid did noT liTT. insTead a small door in The
side oT The chesT Tlew open. Ak secreT comparTmenTl Hilda dried her eyes and
gasped wiTh asTonishmenT. She had never heard oTlany secreT door in The chesT, yeT
-here iT was. I
She reached in and drew ouT a small silver caskeT all covered wiTh jewels oT every
hue and size ThaT one could imagine. She opened iT and There, resTing on a cushion
oT snowy saTin, was an exquisiTe sTrand oT pearls.
Eagerly Hilda liTTed The TinTed globules oT irridescenT lighr Trom Their resTing
place, and as she did so, she noTiced a sTrange device prinTed on The saTin. IT was
done in Arabesque leTTers oT gold. Hilda could noT read Them, buT as she held The
pearls, a sTrange sense oT peace sTole inTo her Troubled hearT and Tor The TirsT Time
in monThs The ache sTopped a liTTle. She clasped The pearls abouT her slender ThroaT,
and wenT ouT inTo The garden To ponder over her sTrange Tind.
While she wandered abouT among The dewy rose Trees, a soTT quick TooTsTep
sounded on The garden paTh. She whirled around To Tace The boy oT The neighboring
Tarm, wiTh whom she had grown up, guarrelled and baked mud cakes. BuT, sTrange To
say, Today her hearT guickened aT sighT oT him. He looked diTTerenT. As she sTood
hesiTanT beneaTh a lovely rose bush he sTrode To her, and siezing her genTly by The
shoulders he gazed deep inTo her clear blue eyes. WiTh a cry his arm slipped abouT
her, and he breaThed in an ardenT voice his love Tor her and begged her To become
his wiTe. Hilda's hearT beaT a ioyous answer.
Time passed and iT was now The day oT Anne's wedding. All morning Hilda sang
as she worked and The iealous Anne could noT undersTand why her sisTer should be
so ga . l A
The wedding hour arrived, and as The TirsT sweeT sTrains oT The wedding march
sTole Through The quainT DuTch parlor, a very beauTiTul girl appeared on The wide
sweeping sTaircase. She was clad in The ancesTral bridal gown oT The Tamily. IT was
Hilda, and many wondered why iT was The elder insTead oT The younger daughTer oT
Von Hilman who descended The sTairs.
As John sTood sTaring aT The beauTiTul vision a sTrong hand was placed on his arm
and heuwas pushed genTly, buT Tirmly aside. There in his place sTood Noll LeTrind, The
neighbor boy, waiTing To lead Hilda To The alTer.
When The solemn service was ended Hilda would only say ThaT she had always
loved Noll, buT hadXnoT realized iT unTil iT was almosT Too laTe. The happy Noll would
only smile and adore Hilda.
As Tor Anne, The greedy Anne, she had Traded her wedding day and The dear
old chesT To Hilda Tor The silver c,askeT and sTrand oT pearls. The lucky pearls and
message in Arabesque had served Their purpose well, Tor They had woven Their magic
spell and given Hilda and Noll The greaTesT oT all giTTs-love.
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Banners on the Horizon
ConsTanTyn paused aT The Top oT The hill To sTare ouT over The sea. The
deparTing sun had blazed up in a magniTicenT red-gold Tlame, and The mighTy breakers
below Toamed in scarleT Tury. "Like The Throne-room oT a dying god," he ThoughT
wiTh a quick Thrill OT delighT, Then shook his head impaTienTly and Turned down The
hill. Soon The Tamiliar sTench oT sTagnanT waTer rose Trom The bog. Following The
muddy paTh To one oT The Tishing shacks scaTTered along The bay, he enTered, Tlinging
his pack inTo The corner, and approached The Tireplace. l-lis TaTher was There beTore
him, a burly Tigure in shapeless oilskins, wiTh huge, gnarled hands spread ouT To The
blaze. l-le grumbled a low greeTing. ConsTanTyn knelT To roll a log on The Tire: The
lighT Tlickered TanTasTically over his Thin Tace, wiTh iTs Tierce blue eyes and iTs wide,
Thin-lipped mouTh-a Tace amazingly old and wise and biTTer Tor a boy oT eighTeen. l-lis
skin, burnT almosT black by The sun and wind, conTrasTed sTrangely wiTh The mop oT
Tawny hair pushed back in conTusion Trom a high, beauTiTully moulded Torehead.
The Two prepared The simple Tisherman's meal oT black bread, beer, and The
ineviTable herring, and aTe in silence excepT Tor The noisy gulps OT The man. The
dishes were cracked and dirTy: They had noT been washed Tor a week. The boy sTarTed
To clean his smeared plaTe, TelT his TaTher's eyes upon him in mingled scorn and amuse-
menT, and piled anoTher herring on iT insTead. They had scarcely Tinished eaTing when
heavy sTeps sounded on The Threshold. ' ConsTanTyn rose quickly, buT The door was
Tlung open beTore he reached iT, and Three Tishermen bursT in. They were in boisT-
erous high spiriTsg The caTch had been very good Thaf day, They had eaTen hearTily,
and Tomorrow was The SabbaTh-a whole day To sleep and eaT and siT idle in The sun.
So They would drink and make merry Tar inTo The nighT, and sTumble home aT dawn To
snore peaceTully in Their beds Till The sun was high in The heavens. ConsTanTyn glanced
aT his TaTher, saw him grin heavily in welcome. l-le groaned wearily To himselT, The
men had Tlung a pack oT greasy cards on The Table: There would be beer and rough
laughTer and oaThs and coarse iesTsg The air would be Toul wiTh The smell oT Tish and
Tobacco smoke, and The lighT would be in aT The window beTore They would reel
drunkenly ouT oT The shack. Then he cursed himselT Tor a Tool, saT down aT The Table
and Tried To enTer inTo The conversaTion, To laugh wiTh Them, To answer Their crude
commenTsy buT in spiTe oT himselT his nosTrils quivered wiTh conTempT and disTasTe.
And he saw ThaT They knew him Tor an alien, ThaT They ridiculed and mocked him, and
he TelT suddenly very lonely. l-le was graTeTul when The dogs, barking ouTside aT a
passing Traveler, called him away Tor a Tew momenTs. As he ran ouT There was a pro-
Tane demand Tor a kniTe To pry open The cork OT a beer boTTle, andxhe called back
over his shoulder ThaT There was one in The leTT pockeT oT his coaT. The sTarlighT was
cool and peaceTulg he lingered as long as possible and reTurned To Tind The men
grouped abouT The Tireplace laughing uproariously aT someThing ThaT one oT Them held
in his hands. lndiTTerenT, he sprawled in a chair and whisTled To himselT, when The
oThers, Thus made aware oT his presence, Turned. l-le looked up To see his TaTher
choking wiTh mirTh, a small black noTebook dangling Trom one hand. The book was
sTrangely Tamiliar: he sprang To his TeeT and siezed iT. IT was The liTTle, secreT diary
ThaT he carried abouT wiTh him always, ThaT he had TorgoTTen To remove Trom his
coaT pockeT. Across The open page as iT lay in his hand were scrawled The lines oT
a poem, dedicaTed, in his wriTing, "To My Dream Lady in The Moon." "T-leh! Heh!"
cackled his TaTher. "l-le waAnTed To marry The moon. l-le would have The moon To
cook his meals and darn his socks! Heh! heh! heh!"-he gasped Tor breaTh. ConsTan-
Tyn sTared Tor a momenT. A blind wraTh, a desire To kill, surged wiThin him. !-Tis Tace
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grew deadly while, his eyes dilaled, he look a slep lorward and raised one clenched
lisl. I-lis Ialher, suddenly grown quile sober, relrealed haslily. For one briel second
lhe son slood lense: lhen he relaxed, passed a weary hand over his eyes, Turned and
wenl out closing lhe door carefully behind him. Once oul in lhe nighl he ran on and
on over lhe dunes 'l'iIl lhe reed grass lripped him and he lell. There on lhe sands
he lay slill lhrough The nighl. And, as 'Ihe lirsl golden sparkle of dawn louched lhe
glillering waves, he lilled his head io look oul' over 'Ihe sea. Far on lhe weslern
horizon appeared lhe snowy banners of a sailing vessel. Gazing al il, his eyes
lighled wilh lhe Tire ol: a new-born hope. I-le iumped lo his feel, and slrode down lhe
beach loward lhe dislanl cily, and as he walked he scribbled from lime lo lime in his
lillle black nolebook.
A lhousand lillle singing songs
Are in my hearl lor you.
Shall I refrain from wriling Jrhern,
Because your eyes are blue?
A lhousand lillle complimenls
Thal' you should like Io see,
Bul musl I keep lhem in my hear?
To spare your vanily?
O, lhink nol' I am Tickle,
Thal query in surmise.
A lhousand lillle ieslings
Are wrillen in your eyesl
I 'rhink you mighl have smiled on me
When all my songs were sung.
Was I lhus wise lo Iorieil smiles
For lhal' we are so young?
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"All righTI You can pay my way iT i+'lI make you Teel any beTTer-"
"Oh, Bobs, I knew you wouldn'T insisT!"
"And I'II pay yours."
Barbara ran a careless hand Through her Thick black hair and laughed TriumphanTIy.
"Bobs, where on earTh did you geT ThaT beauTiTuI black hair?" Izzy inquired haIT-ex-
asperaTed. "WiTh your disposiTion and your darned independence you really oughT To
have red, you know."
"You can leave my hair ouT oT The argumenT, you empTy-headed liTTIe blonde," re-
TorTed Barbara, laughing in spiTe of herseIT. And so ended The quarrel.
"Say, Izzy," queried Bobs, "do you know where I TirsT goT ThaT DuTch TreaT idea?"
"From your dad, oT course-and Then I suppose you read ThaT IasT Grace Rich-
mond book where-"
"Say, I don'T read Grace Richmond and you know iT. No, I'II Tell you-iT was Two
years ago-leap year you know. I goT so in The habiT oT Taking boys places ThaT iT's
iusT second naTure Tor me To pay my own way even yeT. And gee-iT's Tun-To know
ThaT every show I see and every Time I dance, iT isn'T by The condescending kindness of
some conceiTed maIe."
"No conceiTed male ever condescended To you, Bobs, and anyway iusT Think
o'?.The hole iT makes in your pockeTbook."
"BUT I earn my own money, don'T I? And you can'T imagine The Teeling oT inde-
pendence iT gives a person. Well here we are."
Two dark, well dressed Tigures sToIe VsoTTIy up behind The girls.
"I-Iow's The girl, Isabel?"
"Why, hello, boys-where'd you drop Trom?" Bobs was Teeling good naTured.
"Oh, I say, Dick." giggled The irrepressible Isabel, "I've iusT been Trying To con-
vince Bobs ThaT she should henna her hair so she'II look The parT oT The Tiery-Tempered,
hard-boiled old maid she is. Then iusT Think how well she'd go wiTh you."
"Look ouT, Izzy, you'lI geT my Irish up. Red hair can'T ToIeraTe being made Tun oT,
"ThaT's all righT, big boy, if you had nice curly brown hair like Ted, you would
probably Teel cooler in hoT weaTher."
"Oh, call oTT your dogs, Izzy. WhaT I wanT To know is how on ear'Th youboys knew
we were here," queried Bobs.
"Called up, oT course," prompTIy responded Dick. "Your moTher said you were
coming To The Rex, so we dashed over in The Ford, and here we are." '
"Yes, here we are," conTinued Ted, "and here you are and since we've goT The
TickeTs, why wasTe Time? The show is on."
"BuT I can'T-," began Bobs.
"Oh, yes you can, my dear IiTTle Miss Independence. None oT your high haT wiTh
me now," inTerrupTed Dick.
"Come, Bobs," whispered Izzy, "please don'T make a scene."
BeTween Them They propelled her inTo The TheaTre. All during The Two hours oT
enTerTainmenT ThaT Tollowed, Bobs never once sTopped Thinking oT The slam Dick had
aimed aT her prized independence. Even The comedy Tailed To lessen her menTaI
discomTorT. Deciding ThaT she musT do someThing To regain her self respecT, she open-
ed her purse, osTensibly To geT her handkerchieT, Took ouT some change, and TurT-
ively aTTempTed To slip iT inTo Dick's side-pockeT.
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I-Iowever, he delecled her ruse, and spoiled her scheme by capluring her hand,
pulling lhe money back inlo her purse, and relaining her hand in his slrong, lriendly
"GenlIy, genlly, Bobs, darlin' " he reproved. "You wouldn'l be so mean, now
"Dickl" She slruggled lo lree hersell. "You know I delesl holding hands. Il's so
darn silly. Please, Dick."
"Oh, all righl, bul mind you be carelul whal you do wilh il aller lhis."
"Bul I can'l have you paying lor my lickel." Q
"Oh, yes you can. I insisl. Come Bobs, don'l make us bolh ridiculous. I'm nol
as poor as all lhal. In lacl someday--"his voice lrailed oll, and Bobs kepl a discreel
silence, evidenlly deciding lo Iel well enough alone.
Two evenings laler saw Bobs and Dick spinning merrily over lhe long black ribbon
which wound in lascinaling curves ahead ol lhem lhrough lhe deep lwilighl woods and
which ordinary people call a road.
"Gee, Bobs, I lorgol lo gel gas," Dick remembered. "We'll have lo slop al
lhe nexl slalion."
"Yes, and remember, il's my lurn lo pay."
"Now don'l slarl lhal, my young lriend. Lillle birds in lheir nesls should agree.
Ah, here we are. Be good, Bobs." This Iasl as lhey rounded a sharp lurn and
drew up in lronl ol lhe gas slalion.
"I'm warning you, Dick. I'II iusl gel oul and walk il you won'l Iel me pay," she
Thal remark was her undoing, lor il gave Dick his big idea.
"Ah-ha, my dear, will you really now? I wonder. We'll iusl have lo wail and see,"
he said lo himsell.
"Oh come now, Bobs darlin'-be nice lor iusl once," he coaxed.
"Shame on you Dick, lor nol being a sporl. Why are you so loolish lo reluse
lo lel me pay lor my share ol lhe lun?"
"Shame on you Bobs, lor nol being a lady. Why can'l you undersland lhal lhis
is my parly?"
"Bul il's always your parly. I mean il Dickg il you won'l lel me pay lor lhe gase
I'II simply have lo gel oul and walk."
So il wenl, and lhe slalion allendanl slood by and smiled. Finally, seeming lo
lose all palience, Dick made a line show ol anger-
"All righl young lady, gel oul and walk. We're only len miles lrom home." he
Bobs' moulh dropped open. She slarled lo speak, lhen closed her moulh
and sal lhere slunned. Dick paid lor lhe gas and slarled lhe car. I-lall a minule
Ialer, as lhe old Ford was speeding down lhe highway, Bobs came lo a realizalion lhal
she had been delealed al lasl. She opened lhe car door calmly and, belore Dick
could slow down, slepped oul, landing neally in a Iillle palch ol brush lhal scralched
her lace and arms and snagged her slockings. The brakes screeched as Dick iolled
lo a slop.
"Now whal in heaven's name has lhe child done!" he exclaimed as he scrambled
oul ol lhe car and ran back up lhe road iusl in lime lo see Bobs pick hersell up ralher
gingerly and limp painlully onlo lhe highway.
"Did you hurl yoursell, hon?" he inquired anxiously.
"Oh no,-ol course nol-merely lhe worsl sprained ankle I've ever had and a lew
lhousand or so scralches lo say nolhing ol my clolhesl Oh no- I'm leeling line,
lhank you. Lovely evening, isn'l il?"
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During lhis lirade Dick was lirsl scared-lhen he had a wild desire ,lo laugh.
She couldn'l be very badly hurl il she could achieve such sarcasm. And Lord! bul
she did look comical-il she could only see herselll
Bul Bobs had spenl her wralh and suddenly she bursl inlo lears lhal could no
longer be held back.
Dick sobered inslanlly.
"Why, Bobs, dear-don'l cry. l'm sorry I was so mean. l-lere lel me carry
you back lo lhe car." And he picked her up genlly and somehow managed lo gel
her inlo lhe seal she had iusl vacaled so precipilously.
They drove on in silence, neilher venluring lo remark on lhe unlorlunale
Finally Dick began lo lidgel nervously. l-le kepl his hands on lhe wheel and his
eyes glued lo lhe road, buf he squirmed in his seal in a manner lhal was almosl ludi-
"Why Dick, whal is lhe maller?"
"Well, l hale lo ask you now-maybe you'll lhink l'm crazy bul-well, hang il
all, whal I wanl lo say is-"
"Well lor heaven's sake, why nol say il lhen?" Bobs was beginning lo leel ner-
vous hersell-likewise iusl a wee bil expeclanl.
"l'm sorry-I can'l lake my hands oll lhis confounded wheel-I couldn'l sland
a wreck aller lhis. So would you-could you-Bobs, il's killing me-won'l you
scralch my back?"
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Dancing in lhe lirelighl,
Undernealh lhe sky,
Laughiwg in lhe lirelighl,
Calching every eye,
Gypsy Maidens dancing,
Laughing cares away,
Gypsy lads romancing,
Living lor loday.
Music in lhe shadows,
Rhylhmic clapping hands,
Voices in lhe shadows
l-lere lrom Foreign lands.
Squalor's lied in moonlighl-
l-learlbreak is nol here,-
Lile is sweel by moonlighl,
l-leaven is so near.
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The old capTain was smiling. And he had good reason To be, Tor he was
Thinking happily oT The Time ThaT he had "licked TarnaTion ouTa ThaT Fuller gianT." l-le
chuckled aloud when he remembered how black The man's eyes were The nexT day.
"l'll Tell ThaT sTory To liTTle Sammy," he mused. "Sammy enioys blood and
Sammy was a liTTle red-headed lad who lived wiTh his Tisher-Tamily in The Tiny
village oT LanTerdam on The coasT OT I-lolland. Sammy always enjoyed lisTening To
Cap'n's wild Tales OT The seas, Tor They roused hidden emoTions and slumbering am-
biTions in The liTTle boy.
CapTain conTinued his reminiscences, Trowning now, grinning Then. I-lis Tales
were based on TacTs, some OT which were on record. I-le had always been a Tine
sailor, Tor, in his own words, he "knew each sTorm by iTs TirsT name, and every Tish by
iTs Tin." I-le gloried in TempesTs and blizzards. IT was The greaTesT disappoinT-
menT oT his liTe when he spenT Two winTers in The Labrador and came back wiTh sTaTe-
menTs oT The naTives ringing in his ears abouT The unusual calmness oT The season. I-le
had expecTed The worsT and had received The besT.
BuT Too many years and TempesTs had Turned The Tearless advenTurer inTo a chuck-
ling, reTired Cap'n.
Coming back To earTh, he yawned and idly Tlipped inTo his hands an ancienT
Timepiece which he had boughT once Trom a Chinese merchanT. I-le Trowned a liTTle,
squinTed aT iT, and yawned again. Then he spoke aloud.
"Time To eaT. I-lo-I-lum-. Gee whiskersl lT's going To sTormI" This lasT had
become an exciTed whisper, Tor Cap'n was gazing TirsT aT The muddy sea below him
and Then aT The murky sky above.
A delighTed smile TliTTed across his TeaTures, and Taded as he sighed wisTTully,
'iGosh, l'd like To be ouT There."
The Cap'n jumped inTo his shack which he had builT on The cliTT abouT a halTf
mile away Trom The liTTle village, and which aTTorded an unhampered view oT his
ThaT nighT The greaTesT TempesT ThaT had been seen Tor years sTruck The coasT.
Winds screeched, waves mounTecI high, lighTning sTreaked across The heavens, and
Thunder roared like a maniac loose. And when The morning sun arose iT looked upon
a mangled, wounded earTh.
STrangeIy, damages had been slighT among The Tisher-Tolk. A Tew chimneys
had been blown down, and a woman had received slighT iniuries, buT on The whole
They had all been TorTunaTe.
BuT The Cap'n had disappeared. Old Tess, who had hobbled up To The cliTT-
shack, had discovered The door open and had Tound no one in. Knowing The Cap'n
and his habiTs, she explored The surroundings, and had reTurned To The shack To Tind
only Sammy curled upon The damp wood-pile, sound asleep. On being awakened,
he Told a sTrange sTory. Indeed, yes, he knew where The Cap'n had gone, and aTTer
waiTing unTil a big enough crowd had gaThered To make The Tale worTh Telling he
"When iT sTarTed To rain I was up by Cap'n's so I decided To sTay wiTh him. BuT
I couldn'T geT in because he didn'T hear me, so I waiTed ouTside unTil he would hear
me-buT he didn'T.
"An' Then," his eyes IighTed and his mouTh guirked inTo a Tiny smile, "all oT a
sudden The Cap'n opened The door, and There was a glow all abouT him, and he didn'T
limp, and his eyes was all-gee-They was-. Well, There was someThing in Them."
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"l-le walked down The paTh To The sea, an'-gee-." Words Tailed him Tor a min-
uTe. Then he conTinued.
"There was a greaT big ship wiTh silver sails an' golden masTs. They shone and
shone. On The declcs There were a loT oT men, all dressed up gorgeous-lilce. The
Cap'n goT on board an' The ship sailed away-ThaT way." l-le ended wiTh a Tlourish
oT his arm To The NorTh.
Silence Tell over The crowd, and aTTer a momenT There came a Trembling cracked
voice. Old Tess was speaking.
"I disremember all The TacTs. BuT There's a legend ThaT once every hundred
years a ship sails down Trom The NorTh To gaTher all The worThy seamen, brave men,
who have done Their worlc well, and loved The sea. As a reward They are Talcen To a
Tar land in The norTh, a Paradise OT The Tisher-Tolls"
Tess' voice sTopped. The crowd was silenT. Then ouT OT The calmness came The
clear sweeT voice oT a bird calling soTTly Trom ouT oT The blue.
LiTe, is biTTer TruiT, red upon The Tree:
Men eaT oT iT, buT The sour TasTe
Puclcers Their mouThs, so ThaT They would
casT IT asideqi
BuT, seeing redder TruiT upon The bough,
These Toolish ones reach up again,
l-loping iT may be sweeTer.
EACH EVENING WHEN THE MOONLIGHT'S BRIGHT
AND SILVERY, JANMTHE MILLER'S SON,
STANDS ALONE BENEATH MY WINDOW
PLAYING HIS ACCORDION.
HE GESTURES MOST ROMANTICALLY
AND VOWS HE LOVES ME ONLY, 'TILL
MY HEART RELENTS, AND I LEAN OUT
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Mr. Walsh has been Teaching in Franklin since The building was erecTed in The
Fall oT I9I6 and has served conTinuously here excepT Tor one year which was given
To service in The World War. Due To his abiliTy and perseverance he has developed
a music deparTmenT in Franklin which has received naTional recogniTion.
Miss Livesay, who has been a member OT The Teaching sTaTT oT The Music DeparT-
menT Tor Two years, has already made her inTluence TelT ThroughouT The music organ-
izaTions oT The ciTy. She has The knaclc oT inspiring her pupils To greaTer eTTorT and
The Music Room
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The Opera Ensemble
This group musr b given credil for conscienrious work on Jrhe opera, "lolanJrhe",
which They presenled as a finished, credirable producr in The audilorium.
This class is composed of sludenls who have had ar leasr Tour Terms of previous
rraining. They call Jrhemselves "old reliables" because rhey are always wailing in
readiness To supply any musical program +ha+ Mr. Walsh mighr suggesl.
I+ is from This class Thar Mr. Walsh gels his malerial for Jrhe Fore-sr Grove Conlesl,
concerls, quarrel and ensemble worlc of any lcind. ln all programs The sludenls show
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Third Row-Walrod, Lee, Kendall, Marsh, Nelson, Knotts, Lane, Sims, Hall, Besserer, Campbell, McKown,
Procter, Garland, East, Austin. - ,
Second Row-Culver, Teufel, Charles, Henderson, Greenwell, M. Pierce, Arnett, Miss Livesay, Isaacson,
Slocum, D. Greenwell, Baker.
First Row-Fowler, Poor, Pierce, M. Hessemer, E. Hessemer, Maclntyre.
Presidenl' ,..,. .... .,.... . . ,Donna Arneil'
Vice-Presideni ..... . . .Mary Pierce
Secrelary-ireasurer . . .Phyllis lsaacson
Eclilor ....,..... . . .Eslher Qreenwell
Adviser .. .. .Miss Danae Livesay
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The Franlclin Choraliie Club was iirsi organized by Miss Livesay's Girls' Glee Class
in ihe Spring of '28, Hs liirsi' presideni was Maurine Amsberry, la January '29 grad-
uaie. The purpose oi The club is io promoie greaier inieresl' in music and give mem-
bers experience in appearing before ihe public. Only girls of ihe Music Deparlmeni
The club is l'he 'iirsi music club in Franklin and has already proved iis worih.
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Back Row-Clark fTromboneJ, Barnett Ufrombonej, Gibson fSaxJ, Clark 1TrumpetJ, Runyan fSax7,
Harvey lDrumsJ, Siegenthaler QSaxJ, Wortendyke fBass Hornl, Kemper KClarinetJ, Wagner
1Trumpetl, O.sen fTrumpetJ, Ennis 1ClarinetJ, Potter fSaxJ, Mitchell fSaxJ, Merchant
1TrumpetJ, Short fDrumsj, Dalrymple fBa.ss Hornj, Walker fTrumpetJ.
Front Row-Bowman fSaxl, Del Valle fSaxJ, Bevington iCornetb, Austin 1ClarinetJ, Entler 1Drumsl,
Ashfield iClarinetJ, Akers iTrumpetJ, Scofield 4Clarinetj, Kilpack fTrumpetl, Wilson 1C.arinet7
The Franklin Band
Under 'rhe school band insirucior, Mr. l-l. N. Siouclenmeyer, Jrhe band has This
ierm enjoyed one of iis mosi successful seasons. The boys have played for numerous
Civic iunciions lhroughoui lhe ierm. They have also been heard ai assemblies and
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Front Row-Road, Bodey, Wilson, Misener, Seebers, Pollard, McC1arin, Lee, Ager, Arnold, Christy, Tribble.
The Franklin l-ligh orcheslra supplies a wonderful opporlunily for young music-
ians 'ro praclice and improve under The skilled direclorship of Mr. Carl Denlon. On
Tuesdays and Fridays Jrhe organizarion rehearses, under rhe sludenl coaching of Paul
The orchesira has furnished musical seleclions in lhe pasl ierm belween aclrs ol:
The class play and lo accompany The numbers in lrhe spring concerr. Wilh-
our il, Franklin presenlalions would be saldy lacking in loeauly and success.
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On The evenings oT April 4Th and 5Th The music deparTmenT presenTed GilberT
and Sullivans' Comic Opera "lolanThe" under The direcTion oT Mr. Walsh. Early
in The Term ambiTious songsTers in The deparTmenT began Tuning up in The hope oT
being successTul in The TryouTs Tor leading roles.
So succe-ssTul were Their eTTorTs and so abundanT was The TalenT ThaT when Tinally
The casT was chosen There were Two people honored wiTh a possible chance oT singing
The roles oT The Lord Chancellor, The SenTry, The TiTle role oT lolanThe, and The Queeh
This presenTed oTher problems Than The Training oT Two characTers Tor each parT.
Miss Eccles had To sTruggle wiTh The problem oT making one cosTume TiT Two diTTerenT
queens, and anoTher To TiT perTecTly a very slim !olanThe and a raTher plump liTTle
moTher To The halT-and-halT Tairy and morTal "STrephon."
A charming group oT choruses gave a woodsy background oT leaves and Tlowers
among which TluTTered a bevy oT gorgeous buTTerTlies Tor The painTing oT whose
lovely cosTumes we are indebTed To The ArT deparTmenT.
As rehearsal progressed inTeresT grew on The parT oT Those parTicipaTing and
also among The STudenT Body in general. The business managemenT, under The eTTi-
cienT direcTion oT Miss Maule and her willing assisTanTs, is largely responsible Tor The
Two graTiTying audiences which crowded our audiTorium each nighT OT The perTormance.
The casT Tor Friday and SaTurday nighTs is as Tollows: ,
Lord Chancellor .....,................ Paul Durham -WalTer Cox
Earl oT MonTararaT . . . ,... l-larold Jacobsen
Earl oT Tolloller ...... .... F red Lemmon
PrivaTe Willis .,,,.,. .,.. M anville PeTTys-Gerald McKay
STrephon ............ ..., D avid MonTgomery
Queen oT The Fairies .... .... E sTher Arnold - Sidonia Cayo
lolanThe .........,.. .... M ary Pierce - l-lelen Lou Povenmire
Celia .... .,.. B ernice McKown
Leila ,.. .... Jean Charles
FleTa ......,............. ......... D onna Besserer
Phyllis .............,................ Genevieve l-lollingworTh
Chorus oT Dukes, Marguises, Earls, ViscounTs, Barons and Fairies.
The work oT The various leads was accepTed wiTh enThusiasm by The audience.
CuTsTanding work on Friday nighT was done by Paul Durham whose rendiTion oT The
diTTiculT solo in The second acT was greeTed wiTh much applause.
The Trio also pleased noT only by Their singing buT by The clever manner in which
They execuTed The diTTiculT sTeps oT Their dance.
Be-Tore The TirsT perTormance was compleTe Harold Jacobsen became a rnaTinee
Fred Lemmon convulsed his hearers wiTh his ardenT love making and charmed
Them wiTh his lovely Tenor voice.
Manville PeTTys and Gerald McKay vied wiTh each oTher in The presenTaTion oT
The SenTry and iT would be diTTiculT To say which received The greaTer expression oT
appreciaTion Trom The audience.
Lovers oT David MonTgomery's voice came To each presenTaTion in greaT expecTa-
Tion and were noT in The leasT disappoinTed. For The second Time in The hisTory oT
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oT a singer. David was Thus complimenTed and was compelled To acknowledge ap-
plause beTore beginning his song.
WalTer Cox sang his solo in a very pleasing manner and showed unusual dramaTic
Everyone who heard Genevieve l-lollingworTh lasT year was prepared To enioy her
lovely work as Phyllis. l-ler beauTiTul voice makes a sTrong appeal To her hearers,-
and her liTTle red slippers Twinkled Through The various scenes as lighTly as music iTselT.
l-lelen Lou Povenmire and Mary Pierce represenTing lolanThe were charmingly
TransTormed under The wand oT The Fairy Queen and sang Their lines so delighTTully
ThaT The memory oT Them cling abouT The opera as a graceTul vine upon a Trellised
background oT color and harmony.
EsTher Arnold and Sidonia Cayo in Their gliTTering cosTume oT rhinesTones and sea-
green veils were noT more pleasing'To The eye Than To The ear. They porTrayed The
role oT The Fairy Queen wiTh digniTy and grace and sang Their solos wiTh sweeT clear
Tones ThaT carried convicTion To The hearTs oT The audience.
Bernice Mcliown and Jean Charles in The quarTeT proved Themselves capable
oT handling any siTuaTion eiTher vocal or dramaTic, and no one wondered ThaT The
Tickle Earls decided To seTTle down and be True To These charming Fairies.
Donna Besserer, TogeTher wiTh The oTher Tairies, was lovely in her buTTerTly cos-
Tume and spoke her lines eTTecTively.
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DUTCH BOY, AS YOU STOP TO KISS:
LET MY SIGHING BE SUFFICIENT
'CAUSE WE HAVEN'T TIME FOR THIS.
WE MUST GET THE HAY FOR FEEDING,
BRING IT FROM THE LOFT ABOVE,
GIVE IT TO THE HUNGRY CATTLE-
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The Almanac assembly, a Term highlighT, was presenTed This spring on March IO,
by The annual sTaTT. lTs advenT marked The opening oT The inTensiTied Ten-day cam-
paign To secure subscripTions Tor The semi-annual book which was under way.
Programs were given ouT as The sTudenTs Tiled expecTanTly inTo The audiTorium.
School songs were sung and Mrs. Word, The honorary member oT The class, gave a
Talk on The value oT The high school annual. Eleanore l-lessemer charmingly sang
"Memories," and The playleT "The CrysTal" was presenTed.
The playleT dealT wiTh a very melancholy girl who wished she had someThing inTer-
esTing To look Torward To. ThaT nighT, while she and her Triends were eaTing aT The
"High-SpoT" aTTer The show, a crysTal gazer called TorTh charming scenes wiTh blue
windmills and duTch dancers, and, as a mysTerious voice predicTed The June '30
Almanac, up Through The cenTer oT each oT The Tour Tables rose peTiTe Du+ch girls who
sang "Tip Toe Through The Tulips." The melancholy heroine wiTh "someThing To look
Torward To", became happy aT lasT, and The orchesTra played and everyone sang.
"Happy Days Are l-lere Again" as The curTain Tell.
ATTer The applause The sTudenTs Tiled back To Their regisTraTion rooms To sign
ln The casT oT characTers Tor The "CrysTal" were:
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Molly l-lopeTul ... .,.
PaT PessimisTic .... ....
MasTer oT Ceremonies ,
CrysTal Gazer ....,....
FeaTure Dancer .. ...
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Left to rightwCatherine Compton, Margaret Padrick, Francis Brooks, Martha Woods, Prudence Larsen,
Mary Hammon, Jean Charles, Joy Rood, Jacqueline Francis, Betty Cooper, Lila Mowry, Ada Louise
Root, Mistress of Ceremonies, and Beth Wilhelm.
Center-Twinkle Powell, Feature Dancer.
ln March, DelTa BeTa Phi sponsored a Fashion Revue. lT was presenTed aT a
girls' assembly and was very popular. Models were picked Trom all The girls in
school and none oTher Than The girls' own cloThes were worn.
The mannequins appeared in a TuTurisTic seTTing oT black, silver and gray. PoTTed
ionquils lined The TooTlighTs. l-lalT a hundred girls showed The ulTra laTesT in Spring
So successTul was The,presenTaTion ThaT DelTa BeTa Phi was asked by The PorTland
Gas and Coke Company To repeaT The revue in The Show Room oT The Public Service
Building. The girls accepTed, and The evenT Took place during Pre-EasTer week. There
in a seTTing oT orienTal rugs and EasTer lillies The models displayed The mode in school-
wear, sporTs wear, lounging apparel, aTTernoon, and Tormal evening aTTire. ATTer-
wards The "Tormals", The balleT-dancer and The iVlisTress oT Ceremonies posed Tor a
picTure which was published in color in an EasTern bullelin.
All in all, Franklin sub-debs Teel ThaT They have done Their parT Tor The TurThering
oT The Spring Mode. They also Teel ThaT They owe a very large parT oT Their success
To Mrs. Georgia L. Dickinson, who direcTed The presenTaTion. lT is hoped ThaT The
Spring Fashion Show may become an esTablished annual cusTom in Franklin.
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The annual April Follies, sponsored by DelTa BeTa Phi, was held Thursday.
April 24, in The audiToriurn.
The Two prizes, STO and S5 respecTively, were won by The Music DeparTrnenT and
The llluminaTi. The PenTaThalon club was awarded honorable rnenTion Tor Their drama-
TizaTion oT The old nursery rhyme, "There Was A Crooked Man."
The prize winning slciT, presenTed by The Music DeparTmenT was a sTory-boolc
TanTasy, very cleverly sTaged. The quieT Tone oT The winning skiT was conTrasTed by a
rioTous and colorTul panTomine rendiTion oT "The ShooTing oT Dan McGrew," The re-
ceiver oT second prize.
Ted Bell and Manville PeTTeys as masTers oT ceremonies, kepT The audience in
spasms oT laughTer and are largely responsible Tor The success oT The aTTair.
The April Follies is always loolced Torward To as a pleasanT break in The long
spring Term, and oTTers a chance Tor The spiriT oT cornpeTiTion beTween clubs To Tind
Some of the "atmosphere" from the Qui1l's "Boogie Boo Idea."
Genevieve Hollingworth, charming miss from the prize winning skit.
A few of the characters from the German club's colorful skit.
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Various organizaTions have Tound a new, pleasanT, and proTiTable means oT adding
To Their Tunds. By presenTing moving picTures in The AudiTorium, money has been
supplied which has revived considerably The Treasuries oT The various organizaTions.
The proTiTs are divided beTween The sTudenT body and The sponsors. This has proved
so successTul ThaT The shows are To be conTinued in The TuTure.
The PosT presenTed "Harold Teen." FiTTeen cenTs or Ten cenTs and a coupon was
charged, and The proTiT oT TorTy dollars enabled The sTaTT To puT ouT, among oTher
new TeaTures, a six page ediTion oT The PosT.
A movie enTiTled "The Poor NUT" was sponsored by The FooTball Team in an eT-
TorT To raise money Tor new equipment lT was a greaT success Trom boTh The
specTaTors' and The sponsors' sTandpoinT.
, March 20.
BusTer KeaTon in "The Cameraman." ln The pasT, sTudenTs have complained oT
The TacT ThaT The STudenT Body TiclceTs aT oTher schools give Their holders more priv-
ileges Than ours. This Term our STudenT Body has gone The oTher schools one beTTer-
and perhaps Three or Tour. This was The TirsT oT Two shows which TogeTher wiTh Two
dances and oTher privileges, was given To The STudenT Body member Tor TwenTy-Tive
In "Flying Romeosn sponsored by The Track Team The audience enioyed uproar-
iously The pair who made The "Cohens and Kellys" Tamous.
"A Ship Comes ln" was presenTed by The Traclc Team. This was a welcome
change and was greaTly appreciaTed aTTer a pervious dieT oT "CusTard Pie."
"Alias Jimmy ValenTine" The baseball Team's movie oT croolc liTe was showed
To a Tull house.
The second Tree STudenT Body show was "Beau C5esTe." This marvelous picTure
was a very TiTTing climax and TerminaTed a very successTul season Tor The new movie
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When The Rose FesTival CommiTTee announced iTs inTenTion oT selecTing a
Queen Trom The high school girls oT The ciTy, exciTemenT ran high in Franklin halls. In
due Time, Miss KaThleen Sanders, popularly nicknamed "Kay," was selecTed by voTe
of The STudenT Body. Tall, slender, TiTian blonde, Kay made Franklin proud To place
her in compeTiTion wiTh The seven oTher Crown Princesses, one chosen Trom each OT
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Then, one nighT The FesTival CommiTTee called a mass meeTing aT The Public
AudiTorium and announced To The surprised audience ThaT The candidaTes Themselves
were To make The decision. The gaThering gripped The respecTive edges oT Their
seaTs, as balloTs were passed To each oT The charming princesses seaTed on The sTage.
Suspense was noThing shorT oT "Terrible" unTil iT was revealed ThaT Miss Caroline l-lahn
oT Lincoln was The choice OT her Triendly rivals Tor Queen oT The l93O Rose FesTival.
BuT FrankliniTes ThaT were presenT aT The choosing will never remember wiThouT
a hearT beaT oT pride The vision OT-Kay seaTed on The sTage, poised and charming,
wiTh our STudenT Body presidenT sTanding back oT her and her classmaTes in The
audience. Needless To say, we are proud oT our Princess.
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I LONG TO SKATE WITH CARELESS EASE,
TO DASH AND CIRCLE HERE AND THERE,
TO BE ALL GRACEFUL NONCHALANCE,
AND CUT A CAPER IN THE AIR.
BUT SKATES, I GUESS, ARE NOT FOR ME,
BECAUSE, ALTHOUGH I'M VENTURESOME
I FIND IT'S OUITE IMPOSSIBLE
TO KEEP MY EOUILIBRIUM.
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Our coaches for spring allwlelics are Rein E. Jackson
Mr. Jackson is a graduale of Willamelle Universily and ln
loaskelball learn and a prize winning Jrrack leam.
Larry Devlin, Jrlwe baseball coaclw, came from Pacific
slrenuous ellorls, Franklin has one of Jrlwe slrongesl learns in
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Back Row-Black, Hicks, Gadke, Skinner, Mr. Jackson, Barnett, Klees, Van Leeuwen.
F'r0nt Row4Wiison, Charles, Killitts, Clarke, Akers, Fawcett, White.
Coach Jackson was handicapped This season wiTh a shorTage oT IeTTermeng how-
ever he worked an abundance oT green maTeriaI inTo promising men. I-Iis success was
no less Than remarkable. The Team would have come righT up in The running if They
had possessed a TriTIe more experience. We can expecT greaT Things Trom These boys
I Clarke, Torward and CapTain. Jimmy was The mainsTay oT The Team This year:
he was one oT The Tew men remaining Trom IasT season and proved himseIT To be noT
only a good capTain buT also an imporTanT wheel in The scoring machine.
II KiIIiTTs, Torward. Jack was The high poinT man oT The Team and was a viTal
asseT aT all Times.
III Klees, ceinTer. I-Iomer made a very good man aT cenTer. I-Ie has several
more years and we can expecT a lor Trom him in The TuTure.
IV I-licks, Torward. Lewis played a wonderTuI brand oT baskeTbaII and was a
mainsTay in The Team. I-Ie was a high scorer This season and was always righT There.
V Skinner cenTer. Merrill is one OT Those men who works hard and Tinally breaks
inTo The line-up in Their senior year. I-Ie played a good game oT ball and we will
miss him nexT season.
VI Charles, guard, Treadway was always in The Thick oT The game, TighTing
hard To puT Franklin on The Top. Tread will be wiTh us nexT year.
VII I:awceTT, Torward. Don was a dangerous man aT all Times and could be
expecTed To make his share oT poinTs in every game.
VIII BarneTT, guard. Gordon played wiTh The coolness oT a veTeran, and IouiIT
up a wonderTuI deTense, being aT all Times a hard man To elude.
IX Aker, guard. Ernie's speciaITy was going inTo The game aT criTicaI momenTs
and he never Tailed To give a good accounT oT himseIT.
X Van Leeuwen, guard. John was one oT The dependable players and will be
sadly missed nexT year.
XI Gadke, guard. Frank proved ThaT he knows baskeTbaII and will be a sTrong
man on The Team.
XII WhiTe, manager. Del worked hard and did his work well. The players owe
him many Thanks which he may and may noT have received.
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Back Row-Klees, Leach, Sullivan, Short, M. Johnson, Jarvis, McKeown.
Center Row-Mr. Devlin, Hartson, Williams, Murphy, E. Potter, Ghormley, Lipscomb, A. Johnson, D.
Potter, D. Johnson.
Front R0wfMoffatt, Clarke, Charles, Irwin, Hicks, Koch, Vall, Fawcett, Dryer, Shiogi, McNary.
Coach Larry Devlin has been rewarded fhis year wifh a game, hard fighfing,
championship feam of horsehide heavers. Af fhe fime fhis arficle was wriffen, Frank-
lin's sfanding in fhe league was second, since she was one game behind Commerce,
as Franklin had won four games and losf one: while Commerce had won five games
and losf one.
l I-licks, pifcher. Lewis proved himself fo be a pifcher of more fhan ordinary
abilify, and he surely fhrows a "mean" fasf ball.
ll Voll, second base. Johnny is a snappy second baseman and should show up
as professional maferial wifhin fhe nexf few years.
lll Koch, shorf sfop. Ray is fhe besf shorf any feam could wanf and he surely
worked cleverly wifh Johnny af second.
IV Charles, pifcher. Tread has a speed ball fhaf fools fhe besf of baffers.
Ted will be back nexl' year, and will bear wafching.
V Clarke, fhird baseman. We are sorry fhaf Jim will nof be back nexf year,
because he can cover his base and handle fhe ball like "nobody's business."
VI Dryer, righf field. Virge has proven himself fo be a very good ouffielder and
when he hifs fhe ball you can be sure of a base.
Vll Fawceff, cenfer field. Don, alfhough shorf, is considered one of fhe besf
cenferfielders in fhe league.
Vlll Irwin, cafcher. Eldred has shown himself fo be a very good cafcher and
he surely can keep up 'rhe line of chaffer fhaf a successful cafcher musf have.
IX Shiogi, leff fielder. Woodrow did everyfhing expecfed of a good leff
fielder and we will be glad fo see him back nexf year.
X Williams, fhird baseman. Elmer is desfined fo fake Jimmy's place af fhird
nexf year. Elmer is a very good baffer and pifcher.
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XI PoHer, ca+cher. Eugene is a very good cafcher wi+h Iors of pep. I-Ie can
aIso hi+ Io sui+ Jrhe coach.
XII IvIoIIa++, Iirs+ base. Leonard is a Ioorn inIieIder who hi+s ouf wirh Ihe besr
XIII KIees, Iirsr Ioase. I-Iomer, and his red head, sureIy burns up Ihe base wi'rh
XIV Cox, Iirsr base. " VeI pIays a nice game ar Iirslr and he will be back nexf year.
XV Brooks, shorf sfop. Earl played many a nice game. I-Ie aIso Jrurned ou+ Io
he a very good hiH'er. A .
XVI PoHers, ouIIieIder. Don has pIenJry of Jrhe good old back-bone and sure can
hi? Ihem ou+ when he wan'rs +o.
XVII Jee, pilrcher. Russ sureIy fooled many a balrfer wifh Jrhe way he handIes
Ihe IoaII. , Russ will be back Io heIp.maI4e a sfrong pifching sfaff nexf year.
XVIII Murphy, second base. Murphy has pIen+y of "s+icIc" and will surely give
VoII pIen+y of "comp" nexf year.
XIX GhormIey, ou+fieId. Jimmy surely can "sock" Ihem ou+ in a manner Tha? iusr
suifs Jrhe coach. Jimmy may be a IiHIe s+ouI' buf so is "Babe RuIh."
XX Johnson, baf-boy, Bus is a good fellow and always on Ihe job.
XXI I-Iar+son, manager. I-Iank was anofher manager, bu+ iuslr Jrry and do
wilrhour him. Y
XXII IvIcNary, manager. Ken managed a very good game of ball. I-Iis heIp
Io Ihe squad everyone appreciafed.
XXIII Scales, manager. Norman is +0 be congra'ruIa+ed in his whole hear'red
work of managing Ihe Ieam. We hope he will see IH To manage ofher Ieams in
Jrhe Iu+ure. '
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Back Row-Joy, Holcomb, Prideaux, Kelly, Hansen, Durham, Swetman.
Center Row-Mr. Jackson, Ito, Jones, Wertz, Evans, Wolfe, Austin, Kaufman, Papazian, Wagner, Yeomans,
Jarvis, Hall, McKay.
Front Row-White, Bruce, Hoff, Card, Petteys, Hammack, Gilmore, Munzer, Wise, Lamb, Snodgrass,
Fryer, Compton, Merrick.
Seated-Clarke, Killitts, Mogseth, Sandberg, Fyock, D. Hicks, Barnett, Daue, Heater, Sleeper, L. Hicks,
The track team this year under the etticient and ettective coaching ot Rein
Jackson made a remarkable showing, tying tor tirst at the Relay Carnival in Eugene
State Track Meet, and also winning the Southern Washington Relay Carnival.
Coach Jackson and his track squads are rapidly becoming recognized throughout
the state as good, clean tighters and meet winners. We surely hope that they main-
tain the old standard and do even better in the years to tollow.
I Fyock, Captain, I00-220 yard and relays. Charlie tinished this, his last year,
with tlying colors. I-le won the i00 yard dash at both Eugene and Corvallis and tied
the all line record in the 220 yard dash in the Oregon State meet. Charlie also ran
some beautitul races as anchor man on the sprint teams.
II I-leater, hurdles. Lyle is one ot FrankIin's crack hurdlers. I-Ie ran on the
State Championship Shuttle relay team and also individual races. Near the middle
ot the season, however, he took several bad talls which partially crippled him.
III Clarke, hurdles. Jimmy is another member ot the State Championship
I-lurdle Team and surely runs a tast, beautitul race. Jim was another hard luck man on
the team, who met up with accidents.
IV Sandberg, hurdles. Sandy came thru the season's work in tine shape on the
hurdles, even though it looked tor a time as it sickness would keep him out tor the
season. - C
V Killits, hurdles-relays. Jack showed himselt to be not only a crack hurdler,
but also a valuable sprint man. Jack ran on the State Championship 440 and shuttle
relay teams. ,
VI Lamb, relays. Del ran consistently in both the 440 and 880 relay teams. Del
will be back next year, and we can hope tor great things from him.
VII I-licks, 220 and 440 and relays. Don ran in only one meet this year IReIay
Carnival at Eugenel. I-Ie pulled a tendon in a preliminary meet at O. S. C. and was
torced to the side lines tor the remainder ot the season.
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VIII IVIogseTh, relay. Ken Took over Don's posiTion in The sprinT Teams and
ran some exceIIenT races. Ken will be a Franklin defender nexT year.
IX I-licks, 440. Lewis ran some greaf races in The 440 This season and is an
exloecfed poinT winner in The CiTy Track MeeT. Lewie ran anchor man on The mile Team
and will be back nexT year.
X Sleeper, relay-discus. Merle ran some fine quarTers in The mile Team, and also
Threw The discus around I I0 feeT. Too bad he won'T be here anoTher year.
XI BarneTT, 220-440. Gordon suffered a Ii++Ie hard luck when he was disqualified
from boTh STaTe meeTs due To his age. I-le is expecfed To show up greaT in The ciTy
meeTs, however. A
XII Daue, 440. Louie is a good, consisTenT quarTer miler and should make some
poinTs in The ciTy meeT. Good luck, Louie.
XIII Fryer, half mile-mile. Cecil runs an excellenT half mile race and by nexT
year should make himself famous.
XIV I-Iooper, mile and half mile. Dave, if he would only sTeady down, would
make a 'greaT milerg as iT is, he goT sevenTh in The STaTe meeT.
XV BarneTT, 440. I-larry has shown himself To be a hard worker and a good
TiighTer. We can expecT much from him in The fuTure.
XVI I-loff, shoT-puT. Bill is one of Those men ThaT have "off" and "on" days.
When he's on, They can'T beaT him. WaTch him nexT year.
XVII Bruce, hurdles. AIThough Dave came ouT for Track raTher laTe in The Term,
he will be back nexT year for greaTer accomplishmenTs.
XVIII Card, high jump. This is Bruce's firsT year and he should gaTher many poinTs
in The high jump wiThin The nexT Two years.
XIX Ivlunzer, half mile. I-Ierb ran some beauTifuI races This season, alfhough
he was a li++Ie young for The disTances. By nexT year he will have gained a liTTle more
sTrengTh and Then, waTch his smoke.
XX Gilmore, half mile. STanley showed The boys some real racing, and his smooTh
running sTride should carry him far in The years To come.
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Bach: Row-Brooks, Flynn, Cottingham.
Middle Row-Barrett, Dyer, Lowenthal, Johnson, Thorlin, Peters.
Front Row-'Sca1es, Tsuiboi, Baird, Butze, Jones, Sanderson, Cate.
WresTIing is perhaps one OT The mosT ancienT sporTs, because oT iTs TundamenTaI
arT OT seIT deTense. This sporT is TasT becoming a maior in Franklin and is regularly
appearing in The headIighTs as a TavoriTe.
The Team This year has added a sTring oT vicTories To iTs achievemenTs oT The
pasT and has developed and placed some very eTTicienT individual bone crushers
in The STaTe lvIeeT.
WresTIing in Franklin began in I9I8 upon The organizaTion oT a Team wiTh Mrs.
ThursTon as TacuITy sponsor. Since ThaT Time There has been a Team each year and a
marked improvemenT may be seen in The way The boys apply Their arT Today.
I BuTze-I45 lbs. Ed, due To The lack oT a wresTling coach Took upon his
shoulders, along wiTh The duTies oT capTain, The job oT coaching The Team. I-Ie
Turned ouT To be as good a coach as he was a capTain and wresTler. I-le coached
his Team To a Third place in The STaTe IvIeeT and himselT won The championship in The
I45 Ib. class.
II Flynn-I65 Ib. We had liTTIe in The way oT heavy-weighT maTeriaI This year.
buT Jack Tilled The posiTion in The I65 Ib. class To perTecTion. We expecT greaT Things
Trom Jack nexT year.
III BarreTT-I 35 lb. Eugene was one oT The main poinT-geTTers This year. and was
eIecTed nexT year's CapTain by popular voTe. LoTs oT luck, Gene.
IV I-IoTT. Bill is made oT Th sTuTT ThaT professionals are made OT. I-le is a
cerTain sTaTe champion Tor nexl' year.
V Dyer-I35 lbs. Though Virgil came ouT Tor The Team raTher IaTe This year
he has a greaT deal oT wresTling abiliTy and knocked oTT a Third place in The sTaTe meeT.
VI Jones--I I8 lbs. Shirley was one oT The mosT aggressive wresTIers on The
squad This year and by his aggressiveness Took Third place in The sTaTe meeT,
VII Thompson-IO5 lbs. Bob was The besT wresTler in his division This year. We
can expecT him To go Tar in The STaTe IvleeT nexT year.
VIII CaTe-I I2 lbs. This is AcTon's Third year oT wresTling and he knows as
much as any man ouT if noT more Than The maioriTy oT wresTIers.
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IX Thorlin-I I2 lbs. Reggy was one oT The hardesT worlcing men on The Team
This year. I-Ie surely deserves all The crediT he has earned.
X Baird-I I8 Ibs. Baird deserves a greaT deal oT crediT Tor his abiIiTy To Throw
his opponenTs in close conTesTs.
XI Tsuiboi-I I8 Ibs. fXIThough Tuso was handicapped by a bad Icnee during
The IaTTer parT oT The season, he will surely oTTer The boys pIenTy oT compeTiTion Tor
Their places nexT year.
XII Johnson-I25 lbs. There is more compeTiTion in The I25 Ib. class Than in any
oTher. Johnny deserves a greaT deal oT crediT Tor his good worlc.
XIII PeTers-I25 lbs. Don was one oT The mainsTays oT The Team This year. I-Ie
Tools Third place in The STaTe IvIeeT.
XIV .Brooks-I35 lbs. AIThough This was Ray's TirsT year as a IeTTer-earner,
he wresTIed Iilce a veTeran. I-Ie will be baclc nexT year To win his share oT poinTs.
XV CoTTingham-I65 lbs. Tom was The hard luck man oT The Team This year.
AIThough This was his Tirslr year ouT he surely showed a IoT OT spiriT and wresTIing
XVI Sanderson-IO5 lbs. AIThough Billy was handicapped by his heighT, he
managed To geT his share ol poinTs In every meeT.
Hack RowiCo1asuanno, Tom, Smith, McC1urg:, Irwin, Wilcke, Murphy, Geise-ke, Merchant, Kaufman.
Front Row-B. McC1urg, Vall, Mr. Enna, Rudloff, Melendy.
This year's soccer Team has made The besT showing Tor a greaT many years.
fXIThough iT did noT gain The championship, much is expecTed oT The boys nexT year.
Wilclce, The only Franldin player To place on The all-sfar Team, was capTain. WiTh
The assisTance oT Mr. Enna, coach, and Bruce IVIcCIurg, manager, The Team played To
a Tie Tor Third place in The ciTy league. v
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Back Row-Card, Barnett, Bartley, Durham, Vall, Wernsing.
Front RowvWilson, Sharf, Johnson, Mr. Devlin, Moffatt, Wertz, White.
l-larry Devlin's well trained iuniors, not being satistied with having won two con-
secutive city championships, topped ott this season's work by deteating Washington
34-4 in a walkaway game, winning their third consecutive championship.
Joe l-larvey, Captain, played guard and was rated as the best guard in the
league. l-le is varsity material tor next year.
Len Mottat played guard also. l-le was a steady, consistent player.
John Voll was one ot the best torwards in the league. l-le was a good team man.
Paul Durham played center. l-le was a good man on the tloor.
Robert Wertz was the team mate ot Voll's and with the working together they
Velmore Cox broke into the regular lineup consistently as a good guard.
Robert Johnson. Although Bob didn't break into the regular lineup until near
the end ot the season he proved that he was a real Quaker man.
l-larry Barnett. l-larry had the tight but the other men were a little better.
Watch him in the tuture.
I-larold Barry. Although t-larold was the smallest man on the team he made up
tor his lack ot size with his tight.
Morgan Schrack. Morgan was another ot those tighting subs who made it hot
tor the regulars.
Merwyn Short. lvlerwyn played torward and also center. l-le proved his worth
under the basket when the tight was waging hot.
Bruce Card. At the tirst Bruce didn't look like very much but he soon proved that
he could play basketball with the old Quaker tight.
Kenneth Wernsing. Ken didn't have much ot a chance to play on the regular
junior team but he will bear watching next year.
Walter Barker. Walt came through in the pinches. When we lost nearly all
the juniors because ot their age he stepped out and proved that he could play
Del White. Del was iust as all managers are. Never where he should be. Just
the same he did his share ot the work.
JUNE '30 97
I' EQ 'f
IT'S OUITE A PAINFUL PROCESS TO
ACOUIRE A PROPER EDUCATION:
IT TAKES A GREAT AMOUNT OF TIME
AND ALSO BRAINS AND CONCENTRATION.
THE AIM OF SCHOOL, TO MAKE US THINK,
IS ALL FUTILITY, I KNOW,
'CAUSE EVERY THOUGHT I THINK, I FIND
WAS THOUGHT A LONG, LONG TIME AGO
Jan. 27-School resumes prison-like acTiviTies.
Feb. 6-Edward T-lurlemann comes ouT in middle oT nighT To play violin.
Feb. 8-SISO radio awarded Franklin Tor coloring The mosT preTTy picTures.
Feb. I4-I5-5 Senior class members aTTend conTerence aT O. S. C.
Feb. I9-Freshie girls shown how To drink Tea by DelTa BeTa Phi.
Feb. 20-I25 "E" sTudenTs make bow To sTudenT body. "l-larold Teen" cavorTs
in usual high school manner.
Feb. 23-ProTessor Love insulTs inTelligence oT The Seniors by examining Them.
Feb. 24i"Symphony Scores Success' wiTh simple symphony music.
March 5-FirsT visiTing day goes by wiTh no casualTies scored up.
March 6-"Poor NuT" shows up wiTh his relaTions in The audience.
March I2-STudenT body members Turn ouT To Till gym Tor The TirsT dance.
March I9-Proper cloThes Tor all occasions modelled by DelTa BeTa Phi girls
Tor The girls. lToo bad To bring up one oT The boys' sorrowsl.
March 2l-Mr. Maurice GreeT puTs on enTerTainmenT oT Shakespearean varieTy.
April 4-Ray SiegenThaler places Third in The ConsTiTuTional OraTorical conTesT.
April 4-5-Peace oT neighborhood broken by The good liTTle Tairy lolanThe and
April 5-RuTh Schoeni swam on The Turn Verein relay Team when iT Took second
place in a naTional swim rneeT.
April 23-The second STudenT Body Dance goes over wiTh a big sTomp.
April 25-C-5enTlemen preTer blondes and show iT. KaThleen Sanders selecTed
Rose FesTival princess Trom Franklin. l-larold Jacobsen won second place in boys'
medium voice division aT The ForesT Grove conTesT.
April 28-CapTain Salisbury TelT perTecTly aT home when Telling The sTudenTs oT
his Travels among The savages.
April 28-FiTTeen hundred sTudenTs geT sTiTT necks Trom waTching eclipse OT
The sun. Things look dark.
Lois lv1ower's posTer iudged second besT in American Legion Poppy Sale conTesT.
May 8-"Jimmy ValenTine" sTeals more Than one hearT.
May 9-ThornTon Call wins second place in Quill and Scroll ediTorial conTesT.
May I3-Sponges and Towels served To a sTudenT body audience,-including
Mr. Ball. "Beau C-5esTe" shown in audiTorium.
lvlay I4-More parenTs, original music skiTs, bashTul scholarship winners, and arT
May I9-Old Bill Shakespeare is appreciaTed again--This Time by The music
May 2I-Class play skiTs shown in assembly--sans TurniTure, sans cosTumes, sans
scenery, sans everyThing. LoTsa laTTs. , i
May 22-RuTh KenT elecTed Almanac EdiTor by big maioriTy. Good luck, RuTh!
h May 23 and 24-Senior class play draws crowds. CasT plays To Tull houses boTh
June 6-Exams are OTT To a Tlying sTarT. Freshies learn Tor The TirsT Time how To
siT sTill Tor an hour and a halT. i A
June 6-All hands on deck Tor The Senior Class Prom. A big nighT Tor The June
June I3-The lasT milesTone-Commencement The Class makes iT's lasT public
appearance TogeTher in The Franklin a-ud'iToriurn.
Franklin's first and second terfmers are a smiling, industrious group
Ewing, Mary E.
O 'Connor, Margaret
Van Ronk, Edith
Fike, Virginia Ellen
Johnson, Robert Lee
Poven mire, Dorothy
Steen, Clara Mildred
Van Patton, Maxine
Thes Sophomores s m happy even if a few upperclassmen have sneaked in here and there.
The Juniors are happy because they are getting up in the world.
Afnderson, Eleanore Burrows, Freddie
Anderson, Gudrun Butze, Leta
Arnold, Frances Caldwell, Lloyd
Ashby, Mildred Chambreau, Lorraine
Austin, Fred Charles, Treadway
Austin, Howard Child, Virginia
Azarr, Izaac Clark, Frances
Bahr, Viola Clendening, Ernest
Baird, Maurice Clever, Robert
Baker, Leone Collins, Jesse
Barde, Milton Cox, Velmar
Barnes, Edna Craun, Mabel
Stern, John ,
Johnson, Robert Allen
Johnson, Robert A.
Velde, Vernice A
Marsh, Mary Ellen
Anderson, Robert Corbin, William Harvey, Joseph Leyland, Catherine
Nelson, Anah Grase
Bradenburg, Frances Ellis, Margaret
Henderson, M. Ellen
McIntyre, Ida May
North, Hubert C
Henderson, Mary E.
Van Roy, Irene
Root, Ada Louise
Van Vlack, Fay
Maschi, Mary Jane
Beth, Eldie, and Cay Franklin "Lights"
Ada, Little F1'eSl'lieS--Ruth L. and Cliff H.
X Betty, . An Eta "ROW" ,
LGHD Prog Frances, , Frances and Ellen
Teacher and Teacher's Pet
"King Tut" Stewed Studes "Lochinvar" Harris
Sid and Dave and half o' Ernie "Oh master, We are seven" Burley and Doris
Jack and Ethel "Roads to Romance" "Lil" Nieta Butterfly Goldie ,
George C- Friend Carr Coupla. Mugs
Opera Stars-Jean and Helen Freshie Lillian and Freshie Emma "Can" this be Bob Nelson?
Q 1 4 gr A
Belly Cooper: "I-Iow do you like Iile in lhe navy? Quile a lew lurns lor a lellow
lo gel used lo, aren'l lhere?"
Clyde Wickland: "You bel. Al nighl you lurn in and iusl as you are aboul lo
over someone lurns up and says, 'Turn oull' "
Ik 4: ik 4:
Dick Merrick: "I wanl lo lry on lhal suil in lhe window."
Clerk: "Sorry sir, bul you'lI have lo use lhe dressing room."
4: 4: ik Ik
"Speaking ol lamous springs", said Dave I-Iooper lo Mrs. Doran, "I balhed in
lhe spring ol I9I8."
4: 4: 4: 4:
Granl Boy: "This is lhe sladium."
Dolly Pollsmilh: "FineI now lake me lhrough lhe curriculum. They say you have a
one here." ' U
4: 4: wk if
Jim Ghormleyz "Please give a poor old blind man a dime?"
Teddy: "Why, you can see oul ol one eye!"
Jim: "Well, lhen, give me a nickel."
4: 4: ik ak
Jack Bullinglon: "I'm a Iillle slill lrom bowling."
Dorolhy Schall: "Where did you say you were lrom?"
4: 4: 4: 4:
Mr. Walsh: "I like cheerlulness. I admire anyone who sings al his work."
Miss Drew: "I-low you musl love a mosquilof' -
4: ik 4: 4: Q
Gen. I-Iollingworlh: "Say, Jack, can I gel inlo lhe park lhrough lhal gale?'
Jack Griggs: "Guess so, Gen, I iusl saw a load ol hay go lhrough."
4: Ik 4: 4:
Once I heard a molher uller: "Daughler go and shul lhe shuller."
"Shuller's shul," lhe daughler ullered. "I can'l shul il any shuller."
I 4: ' 4: ik 4:
Singer: "-and lor Bonnie Annie Laurie, I'd Iay me down and die."
Lislener: Irisingl "Is Miss Laurie in lhe audience?"
ik 4: 4: 4:
Wilbur, having been lo New York, was lelling his cronie ol lhe sighls he saw.
"An up al lhe hospilal I saw one ol lhese machines lhal lell if a man's Iyin'.'
"Pooh", said Mike from his corner.
"Pooh? Did you ever see one?"
"See one? I married one!" ,
4: ik 4: 4:
Harold: "Are you lond ol moving piclures, Jeanne?"
Jeanne Ihopelullyl "Aye, Harold." ,
I-Iarold: "Then maybe you'II help me move hall-a-dozen down oul ol lhe allic."
George R.: "I-Iave you seen Kay's evening lrock?"
Burley I-Iobson: "No, whal does il look like?"
George: "Well, in many places ils very 'G Kay!"
lvlrs. Archer: laller a dull eveningl "Don'+ sil lhere like a dudl Say somelhingln
I-Iusband lbrighllyl "WeIl, well, well. I see Ivlr. I-Ioover has had his piclure +aken."
4: Bk fk 4:
Insurance Agenlz "I+ is high lime you were insured, sir."
John Simmons: "Why?"
Insurance Agenl: "You are silling on lvlr. BaIl's I-lar."
wk 4: 4: ik
Clarence: "Darling, in The moonlighl your leelh are like pearls."
Gen. I-I.: "Oh, indeedl And when were you in lhe moonlighl wilh Pearl?"
4: if 4: ik
Mr. Down lo Johnny Van Leeuwen in I-I8: "VXfhen George Washinglon was your
age, he was a surveyor."
Johnny: "When he was your age, he was President"
ik 4: 4: Ik
Nexi Besl Thing: Old genlleman bewildered al lhe elaborale wedding: "Are
you lhe bridegroom?"
Young man: "No, sir: I was eliminaled in lhe semi-finals."
4: 4: f 4: wk -
Molher: "Jimmy, il you eal more cake, you'Il burst"
Jimmy Ghormleyz "Well, pass lhe cake and gel oul ol lhe way."
4: 4: ik 4:
I-Iarold B. lal I I o'clock.l "Did you know I could imilale any bird you can name?"
Gen. I-I.: "No, I didn'+. Can you imilale a homing pigeon?"
4: ik 4: 4:
Del Bush lo Doris Currie: "I'd like lo be excused. I have a cold in my head."
Doris: "Thal's beller lhan nolhingf'
4: 4: wk 4:
Tred Charles: "Do you know ol a good book I mighl read?"
Miss Drew: "I-low aboul Fielding?"
Tred: "I dunno. Gol anylhing on base-running?"
4: 4: Bk' 4:
Frank Bevinglon: "Why do blushes creep over girls laces?"
Ada Louise Roolc "Because if lhey ran, Jrhey would kick up loo much dus'r."
4: 4: 4: 4:
lvliss Fields: "Ralph, whal is a prelzel?"
Ralph I-Iawkins: "A prelzel is a doughnul gone crazy."
4: lk 4: 4:
When 'lui-ankle-Amen relired inlo his dug-oul, he Iillle lhoughl lhal he would be.
'Aln the Spring, emi" Five Friends
Hon. Pres. at "work" Fashions in Heroes Music hath charms to soothe ihcse
Anna and Margaret
The family tree D0nna's new dress
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Friends and Teachers have leTT wiTh us The happy
memory oT hours spenT in worlqinq ToqeTher. The spiriT
oT Triendliness and co-operaTion has made The compiling
oi l:ranl4lin's yearboolc a real pleasure and a joy ThaT
will lasT Torever.
To our advisers, Mrs. Doran, Mrs. Casebeer and Miss
Monroe, we exTend our hearTTelT Thanks Tor Their encour-
aqemenT and help.
To l-lelen Hubbard, who Though noT a member oT The
Senior Class, gave Treely oT her Time and TalenT To creaTe
The many inserT drawings and Tail-pieces ThroughouT The
book, our qraTiTude is also due.
To Miss Marie SmiTh, journalism insTrucTor, who conTri-
buTed helpTul advice and much oT her Time, is exTended
our sincere appreciaTion.
To The many oThers who, in liTTle counTless ways, gave
oT Themselves ThaT The annual miqhT be a success, we are
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