Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1931

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4 4 2, W, 1 ' L, 'he za' x X w - , 1, THE PIRATE Number f' N Z4 A 7771 Cl 71 Cl C 11452,-Sheng by fune '31 Class FranL71'n H7yll .School p07'tltZ7lCZ, O7'EgUTL D66iil'Ilff!1l'I U Tff1J'l' 1111111111f111'1'1lf1fzf Xfvirit H1111 lmx z'l111f1f1'1l viwry 1211111 of Ixfllllkljll lliglz Srlmol to zfllyagef ill KI foxiny lmlllz' 101111 1111111-lrvlzl ,ll'IlIl' 111111 Il lzmrf tf'l'l'f l1'1:f',' tn that .vfhirit of yuan' .vjmrt,v1111111sl11fJ 111111 .v1'l1uoI lf1y11lfy,' llzix, the tlzirrl i.YXlll' uf Ihr Ffllllkfill .-1111111111113 ix l'111111g1ly zlrflifzzfwl CI117ff?'lZI5 FACULTY SEN IORS ORGANIZATIONS VERSI5 MUSIC ATI-ILIi'I'ICS I"EA'I'IIRIiS Proud -zvllifr flillzzrs glf'!lNIilIy in Ihr' lnnulzliylzig beauty in earl: yfIll'l'fIl1 line, ufnkffn in Ihr hearts of all of ax pride In my, "This .vvlmul is mine." M mm. Srrllfly gateway to knouvlerlge Standing wer unlatrlzrfdp Clmrmed portal of higher lffarlling, llfllfre mn your bfllllfj' bf lllllfl'hP'l1.d For many years he's sailed the seas, The pirate captain bold, And he knofws e'very secret beach and cave And just where to hide his gold. He guides his men and gives to them His knowledge of sea and land, And shares 'with them his secret gold Buried 'neath shifting sand. aculty F NE '31 THE ALMANAC "Judge yourself by the books you choose, the friends you malze ana' the shows you a'oo1'd." -BALL. "I bellefzve in boys anal girls, the men ana' fwomen of a great tomorrofw, that whatsoever the boy or girl sofweth, the man or fwoman shall surely reap. I beliefve in the present and its opportunz'lz'es, in the future and its prom- ises, anal in the divine joy of living." -ELLA WILSON. I n Srw n IHIC ALMANAC JUNE '31 Dl1,l.oN Col,1'oN IDORAN ECKHARDT BURKE .Uallwnmiifs Ilisfory Srirnrr I1II1flll'!ll1lfif5 Gymnzuiunz lluvux DOVVN ELMER BYMHOLD l3EYA'HIR5'l' llixtory llixlory Ifllfllijll Jlmruzzl .-lrts Srirnfr' DREW Iisuu CARR Dxcxnxsfw lJRlscm,1, Liflfllfillll G4'1'llmrz Cymfmyilmz ljrurnnrtfz' Sl'il'Il1'l' ,-lr! l R R tIR,xvE5 C.xsEnEER Glzokczu ECKLES Buunuzunls Ifng1li.vl1 Sfmnislz A1l1lflll'llllIfif.f llnfrzrxtir ,-Irf Srifrzw Ifrg fr! ILNE '31 THE ALNIANAL IIARRINGTON Alouxsrm NI.XR5Il.XI.I, Mmmrm HAMMER llrzlnlzzfifs Ifllgllifll Sl'il'lIl'P Erlgffyll z1lIlfll.1'llI1lfil',f OLIVER M xUr,H I,YI'TEKSON jxcxsox PARKS h'ng1li.vl1 f.'IlllIllll'fI'i1ll I.'IIllIllI!'I'l'i1Il Srinzrf' f1vflVlIlll1'l'l'ilI, Rolmwul, SCHMIDLI lIla1s'r MACLEAN NIEKIRK 1li,x-my llmnry Sf'ff"ff'f Effffli-fl' Sfifffff RICHARDS Grmsurmr: MCKM' Lunmu. Rsirgvis lfngflfsfl .1IIlfllI'llIllfi1'J' llf,vlm'y Typing Ilixtury .Mum VHP: ALMANAC JUNE '31 B. ZIMMERMAN YOUNG WALSH M. TOWNSEND SMITH English History Xllusic Frvnrh English Tu.r,xTsoN Wnmz RANDLES SMUTZ I. ZIMMERMAQ lvlafhfmntifs C0n1meg'Z31ll.iZ Spanfyh Latin Sflence ffafgfiy f r' X 1 Q 3 '14, .X J VVORD THURSTON SMALL SOUTHWICK A. TOWNSEND Engflislz Enylish llnlhffnlltlrx Bookherping Illalhematlcx RIDGEWAY B. SMITH STROUD Srienfe Spanixh English TK n JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC History of Franklin High School 'Way back in the year of Our Lord nineteen hundred and fourteen, the upper deck of the good ship "Creston" was made into Franklin High School, with our own Mr. Ball as captain. There were about one hundred and Hfty in the crew then, but the number increased so rapidly that in the fall of nineteen hundred and fourteen the high school was moved to the good ship "South Mt. Tabor." Captain Ball was still captain of the "Creston" and used her as his flagship, but also took command of his new ship, "South Mt. Taborf' They cruised about for a term, when the "South Mt. Tabor" was set on fire by the enemy and went up in flames. The crew was rescued and transferred to a newly-captured ship, the "Glencoe,l' where they remained until nineteen hundred and sixteen, when the newly-constructed ship, the "Franklin High School," was ready for occupancy. That was many, many years ago and time has brought changes to the gallant little ship, and in nineteen hundred and twenty-five a new deck or Wing was added to the vessel. New faces have appeared among the officers, and each new term brings changes in the crew, but always the spirit of conquest, adventure and love of learning new things that was born long agdwhen Captain Ball first commanded the good ship "Creston" has remained. Whether it be victory or defeat the flag at the masthead is never lowered, always the crew comes up fighting, and the glory that is Franklin High School's is never allowed to be dragged in the dust. Elewn High in the wind-swept rigging Close to the silfver stars, The pirate on his first 'voyage Keeps watch for hidden bars. And up there alone at midnight He'll see things he never knew, Like the golden whale with a coral tail, And a mermaid with pearly of dew. eniors Q ' " " B'!-X"'1'iW-REXX' 'T "" "Y ' 4'i'n F-,gif ' ' 1 ' ' 'ff' :va-, 1-Y-ff, - ffl" YYY! '?".l!fl73I.' F-:k"7W3Y"'! I' " " NE '31 THE ALMANAC June '31 Officers President ........................... .................... . THORNTON CALL Vice-President ..... ........... I ACK MEDLAR Secretary .............. ....... E LSIE LUNDBERG Treasurer ................ ......,.... L EONARD H1cKs Sergeant-at-Arms ......., ........ E LMER WILLIAMS Editor .....A..............., .. .............. VERA LANG Class Adviser .............. ........., M ISS SCHMIDLI Honorary Member .... ...,..... M R. ECKHARDT Thirteen THE ALMANAC I d Our 111z4'lzor'x up: the zvind blowx free: Our mils are trimmed and fastj Our folzrxc' is fllflllllfll, our boat Jud fhf llllfblll' bar is past. uw!! 1111111 II rd Itfv our to wa, rho hard the way, Our fmft .vlzrlll f'z'e'r .mil Jlong flu' fours? ilu' .ffm'te.'l on Tim' xfrfmy, flu' raging gzllr. ,Jud nt Ins! 10e'lI unclzor fast 111 the llllfblll' of .S'llt't'l'SS, Jud ilufn zcwdll my un that fur Um' zlrmlu is trluf nf laxi. I"o1m'frn d ll y , UNE '31 THE ALMANAC VERA LANG Editor LOIs BRADY .4r1 Editor Almanac Staff GENE BARRETT RAE NORTH .llllfvlir Editor Sfnfnr' Editor LTENEVIEVE RALI, FRANCIS PETERSON Typist Im'II,fim',fx I'llmIaQI'r LUCILLE NOVACK Srninr Ifrlffur DELI, LAMB Cirfulaiion GLENN GETHING HELEN GRAY HELEN fiEISLER VINCENT CLARK Faruhy Organfzation Orgmzizations Hlzuir VERA POLSON ERNEST JONES ADA LOUISE ROOT MILOREO KIMSEY Copy Erlftor .4.Ui.IfarI1 Eflflor l.I'lI'r11ry Snap Erlilnr MRS. CASEBEER MISS DRISCOLL MRS. WORD Bu.rI'nf':5 .fI1lf'I'.ff'r .lrt ,1Il1II'.fff' Lftrrary .lIli'I5I'r FI'f!I-R11 lk-llzl Bela Phi Spillllfll Q THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Beatrice Ames Crrxion Rlleloricizms llionysizlus lflu Rho Tri-Y U. S. C. Carol Archer Clinton Kfllv Della Bela l'lli Tri-Y Mzlsque zlrul Dxuxgzer l'il:l Rho College Anna Armstrong ll'1mri5I11r'k Srhrvlnrship Club lli Ki Ki Business College Joe Ashfield ffruxton llglucl Business foliage Ernest Akers Jennie Alexander Rifh monrl lfrulon Buskexlmll 4 years Sclmlurship lli-Y Post Graduate Urcllcsl rxli Sl ueleul Council O. 5. K.. Marjorie Armitage William Badurina Hamillmi fr. High Crflfnn li:-In Alpha Nu lhnuysizlus Business College Harriet Baker Lmlyzrmilh High lim Rho SI. l'iurenl's Pauline Beckman .llilrnllzkir Ilnin lilu Rho Tennis Work Svieiue Reseqxrvli Sales Service Slrznegors Truck Elizabeth Barkman Rirhmonrl lflu Rho Thespinns TrifY .flrl School Ellenore Bendroth rl Hz Clinlun Krlly fluill f'luh Choralite Dionysixuus Chorus College Simlrfrz Winifred Ayers Esther Anderson Clrnrou ,4fl1'Ir1 Quill lim Rho Scliolzirsllip Dionysizms Reed College Hilda Bankovitch Gran! High Triffulore Rheloriciuus Bunk Q'llSlllGl'S Oregon Normal Thelma Berryman joxfph Ix'l'llog,i3 l'cnInthlun L. ol L .. l,. fl. qleropzuziticzlns 0 9 C James Beerbaum Clfnf or llnclefirlerl Francis Bagley WU! Womllaml Lamechian E111 Rho Trifl' lli Ki Ki Sluclenl Couufil Rec-cl College Gordon Black Robert Barnard Hliffllf Rifhmond l'lre bqurlcl - Aeropauzilirxuls Cafeteria Committee l', Of W, Sales Service Club Seattle Pacific College JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Dorothy Burns Virginia Butler lllfnrm' Wfirirlxlrful' lilcllxi Belzl Phi 0, S. Ch Slmleni llmn 'il Tri-fulurc Quill Tri-Y Frances Brandenburg Raymond Brooks lfrfriun .llil-zz'aul'if fligli lflzi Rliu .Nlnizinaf Staff Pm! Staff lhmelmll '20 Stcnuxzruplicr lvresllimz lil! 0. S. C. Alcne Counter Harold Clark Hnrfnnl Lfnli lim Rh-i Fmiihall '2'J. 'ill Lbllexzc Siurleni Cmincil lfire Squzxml lli-Y irllllf Tom Cottingham Betty Cooper Kfrrrlnri Clrnrof' llirestliniz '50 Slrategors Theepians lv. of O. Delia Bela l'hi lim Rh., Sludeni Cnunril flnis Play Tri-Y Helen Brown Frank Brown Shnllurl' rllriryfvillf' lhclefimlccl Spanish flulv . .W . lwvwllizill -L il lli,Y ll. S. C. Lois Braddock Gwynn Brice .llnry51'illr rlll. Tnlmr lflrl Rho Srlmlzirlliip I.4in1ei-Imiimx Della Bela l'hi liusiiu-Ss kullcgc ' Post Stull Bunk clilflllffi Sciente Resezlrch Culleue James C. Chambers John H. Cai-lich Cnllunllia l'ni':'rrJiIy 1ff',,,,ljJ,,,rl. Tfflfli 'll V 4 I Sricnre Research Knlunihlzi l iilversity KN,-g51ling Rliel rurifizlne frilif. lnsl. Ter-lmolmry Jean Collard Mary E. Claxton flufph Lam' 4 SI. Strphrnf I Dave Bruce Crrflurx llluminnli Trxlfk WU. 'il klifeierin Chrnmiltce li. of 0. Anne Blaumer rllafvn-illr lli Ki Ki lilzi Rho lllvrk Clarice Carr ."lfaryJ1'illr I-Im Rho Delta Butz: llhi Reed Bertha Craig Ilrlfph Krllnyg llellu Hem Phi l.t.i Rlim Bunk Cawliicrr Sclmlalrsliip llnriffolorc' .-'lerupwilifqiiis l' uf O l 'ii Llcriclcll S"T'f'lili'1'li lX'l-mlmnitli THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 R. Stanford Eaton Mary Cox Wrmdmrrz Wnodnork Unrlecide l Spanish Chorus Chorzilile Masque and Dagger Business College David Farnsworth Eleanor East lorfph Kzllogg Glrnfnr Work Delta Bela Phi Betty Given jorzph Krllogg Delta Beta Phi Tri-Y Scholarship Reed College Ray Gregor Lrntx Commerce fluh Post Staff Work Chorus Opera TrifY Music Conservatory Gabriel Furrer St. lgnafiui Student Council Science Research Scholarship Franklin Quakers U. of O. David Frost Rock Crrrk Srhaal Science Research Post Stall Work John Culbertson Wnnzlxtofk U. ol O. Margaret Ellis jorrph Kellogg Delta Bela Phi Eta Rho Post Stall Tri-Y U. of W. Barbara Fuller Girls' Polytfrhnir Hi Ki Ki Eta Rho School of Dlnletics Edith Mae Ferrel Wen' Linn High Hi Ki Ki Thespialns Eta Rho Nursing Eightrrn Mable Dennis Richmond Chorus Hi Ki Ki Pita Rho Bunk Cashiers Business Ciolleszc Donald Evans Gltnrm' Track '30, '3l Almanac Staff O S C Delma Dana Crrrlan Tri-Y lfla Rho Masque and Dagger Business School Herman Foland Clfnmf Rhetoricians flnss Play , , A 0. S. C. Donald Fawcett Evelyn Gallagher jnxfph Kellogg Glrnmr HLY Penlathlon Baskexhiill '30, '51 Aerormgilifdus Baseball '30, 'Sl O. C. College Allen Schaefer Woodmrrr Illuminati Eta Rho 0. S. C. Hope Gantenbein Oak Crow' lim Rho Spanish Dionysiuns College JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Henry Hartson Earl Goldhammer Rfnyon Rifhmond Hi--Y Quill Commerce Club Class Play Football Mgr. '30 Latin Baseball Mgr. '30 Track Work Reed College Nova Hedin Alvin George .Maupin High Woodman' Scholarship Track College Cnrlecided Valeria Hendricksen Joyce Hall ,lzffrrron Delta Beta Phi Beta Alpha Nu Brooklyn Masque and Da Post O. S. C Dionysians lVillamette R. Ivan HoB'man Bill Hoff Wzuhington High Lmt: Eta Rho Dionysians Rankinschoolof Flying Student Body Sgt.-at-Arms Spanish Strzltegors Reed College Nadine Graff Crfxtan Delta Beta Phi Eta Rho Tliespians College Don Glenz Clfnrnf Undecided Margaret Hawkins Woodmrn' gizer Tri-Y Sales Service Thespians College Nellie Hughes Waodrnnr Dionysians Eta Rho Aeropagitican College Ninrffvn John Gudmundson Esther Greenwell Wzmdrtofk Beta Alpha Nu Strategors O. S. C. Don Haefliger Strategors Undecided Frederick Heidt Crfrton Baseball Mgr. '3l Spanish C. of O, Blanche Homolka Crfxlrm Quill Choralite Scholarship Delta Beta Phi Whitman College Audrey Heyting Crfifon Post Staff Quill Tri-Colore College Lewis Hicks Crrxton Football '28, '29, 30 Basketball '29, '30 31 Baseball'28,'29,'30 31 Hi-Y Class Play Marjorie Hunter Rirhmomi Hudygn Eta Rho Eta Rho Pacific Beauty College Della Beta Phi llnclecided 1'HI+3AI,11ANAc .TUNE '31 Irene Kaufer Shattlzrk Quill fluh I'em1nhlrm Reed College Shirley Jones .llrzryswillf Vlrestlinpz 'Nl Huselnzill Mgr. llionvsiuns Sales Service Alpha Bel ai Nu Nettie Kraft ,llaplr Lanz' lflzl Rin: lliuuysiuns Business fnllelle Lois Kuykendall Crrrlun llellzl Behr Phi Tri-Llslnre Tri-Y Umlcciilesl Harold Jacobson Lxnlr lsrwullvilll 129. '50 Opera '28. 129. '30 Class Play Alun. '3l, ,lune 'll ltlu Rho Hi-Y Katheryn King l.'r:'.rfnn Sclnvlarship lim Rho Business Uwlleuc Katherine Kellogg Hnslurrl Della Bela Phi Tri-Culnre Pzifihc Evelyn Koontz Lrhzmon H7-uh Latin U. S. C. Esther johnson Rirhmunzl Business College Leslie Kane Womfxinfk :Kernpagitirnns Sales Service Band Orchestra l'uunder Flying: Ser- vlre. inf. James Kelly Cfrxton Fire Squad Slralefzors Almanac Slaff Quill Traci: '30. 'Sl Louise Krahman Cfinlon Krlly Germanic Thespians Nursing Tim' nlx Ralph Jones .irlrla Srlnxlarship l. of 0. Quincy Kaufman Cnxrlun Sales Service 0, S. C. Jack Killits Mildred Jones Lrnts lf! ri Rim Business follege Mamie Kadey Gilfvrrt Delta Beta Phi Els Rho llionysinns Wvnrll Grant Kelley Crxylnn Rirhmnud Football 'Z9. '30 Radio Work Basketball '29. 70. 'il Trzirli 30, 'fll Hi-Y Student Body Pres. . . Jack Kuhlman Willette Wildrick Sf.Str1vhrn': High Glfnmf I follege Delta Bela Phi Eta Rhn Tri-Y Thespizms Ro mm Representative JUNE '31 THE ALMANAL Nell McKay foreph Kellogg Pentaithlnn Della Beta Phi Hi Ki Ki O. S. C. Vivian Latham llll. Tabor Delta Beta Phi Eln Rho Tri-Y Dionysians Sales Service Angus McCarl Crrrtan School of Music Edith Lang .llrlrywillf Fla Rho Teacliing Nellie Lines Spray Union H Eta Rho Nursing Ethel Le Mone Crrrlon Student Council Pentathlon Rhetoricians Thespians Eta Rho Louise McAllister Martha Mason Yamhill High Hi Ki Ki Aeropagiticans Choralite Class Play Nursing joseph Krllngg Pentathlon Sales Service Eta Rho Rhetoricians 'lihespizuns Kenneth Leitzel llflary.rr'ilIf Strnitegors O. b. K. Thelma Locke igh Lfntr Tri-Y Dirmnysixins Monmouth Zelva McMillan Willaminn High Tri-Colore Scholarship O. S. C. Helen Michelson Wfrfporl High O. S. C. Tim' My-0 nl' Elaine Lepley Kathleen Lewis Wnodrtnfk Horlnril Fla Rho Eta Rho Business College Tri-Colnre 0. S. C. Joe Lowenthal Margaret Macmillan North junior High Girlr' Polytechnic Science Research Aeropagiticzins Strategors Catering VVrestling O. S. C. Ken McNary Crfxfmr Thespiuns Strategors Football Mgr. Baseball Mgr, Basketball Nlgr. Bessie Miller Rirllmond Eta Rho Dionysians Delta Beta Phi College Helen Marasco Clinton Kelly Emanuel Hospital Mary Miller forfph Kvllogg Hi Ki Ki Business College THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Emily Moore Vivienne Lundell IVIMJJIIIL h' l,:lmvl'lxi4ms hlzisque :lull l Jagger S4ilc4 Service lftzl Rho Business College Lois Mower linux! High 'l'l1f.-spixins lflzl Rlw Tri-Y Hein Alpha Nu llellzi livin Phi Flavel Painter Clrnmf Orfliesliui fluorzilite Rlietoriviams O. S. C. Thelma Moyer Gran! High Delta Beta Phi Businces fullege Ruth Nyman Jllululla I'riiun High Cliuluri Kelly lftzl Rho Eta Rlm llelm Bela Phi Helga Alpha Nu Aeropngil ivzms Bunk Calslliers lnierim llemrzitimz College Donald Peters Ellen Pontius ' Tfrin frilly lligh lhrimlzwr High .flu-rnpiuzilifxliis llmleviclell L lass Play lfunlhzlll '29 71 YVrcs1lim: '..J, '30 'Sl College Mildred Misslick .lrlfta Sclmlnrflxip Germania Aerupmzilicans College Herbert Muenzer Wnnxlmfn' Truck O. S. C. Alice Newman Wo 11 ilmfrz' Ili Ki Ki Iilionysizms O. S. C. Ruby Stevens lfbzulninl' lilzl Rho Sales Service l'. ul O. Twfniy-two Frank Molesworth Helen Smith Crutan Aempzipziiiczins Truck lVlp:r. '3l U. of O. Mildred Munhollon Warhinglon High Tri-Y Della Bela Phi Thcspixins U. S. C. Mary Reinhard Clintnn Krlly Eta Rho Quill Germania Diunysixlns O. S. C, Marjorie Read Uinnzfflofh Ein Rho Wlurk Lfnii lli Ki Ki Dinnysiilus Clmrus Opera U. of O. Elmer Riutta foxfph Kellogg Business College Tom Perry Rifh mond Fire Squml Track follegc Francis Reithel Brooklyn Room Represeninl ne Germania Reenl Cullege yffmiff' S '31 THE ALM ANAC Margaret Pete Pozvfllh urft llellzi Bel xi Phi Srlirmlarsliip flax, Play Rlleturicixins Tri-Y 0. S. C. rson jean Ronald ,lll. Tabor Tennis Della Bela Phi lim Rho College MargaretWickershamGeorge Risberg Ann Rennie Harford Fla Rho Tri-Y Afzlwmpznailicziiif Bnsinesi follege Vera Roper filrrirnr Hrrmklyn rllzlfyrifille Della Bela Phi Germania Tri-Y Uruliestrzl Thespixlns ll. of U. Cliorus U. of O. Helen Sanders Effie Scanlon William Prairie Lrnfs Clinton Kelly Cfpypgn lfla Rho lfla Rho Vlfrirk lrlirmysiaiis Nlasqne anrl Dagger Sales Servire Rhetririrzins Wlwrk Crillepe Anna Schlappi Greg Schommer Nellie Shulze Wrmdmnf St. Slfphfnhr Wnodmfrf Della Bela Phi llionysians Nursing hlasqne :incl Dagger .iheropngiticans Choralite Beta Alpha Nu Opera Class Play VVurk Representative Council l'. nl'O. Twrnly-tlirre Fred Rigby Ilflfna High follege Arthur Sauer Clinton Kllly O. S. C. Anne Staiger lllounl Tabnf Delta Beta Phi Tennis Vnclericlecl Herschel Snodgrass foxfph Kfllogg Tri-Colore Scholarship Almanac Staff Fire Squad Track Reed Charles Sullivan Sl. Ignatiuf Sales Service Aeropagilicans Prnt Staff U. of Cincinnati Arleen Smith St. Mifhdfllf Boarding Sfhuol Spanish Conservatory of Music Evelyn Sherwood Clinton Kflly Germania Fla Rho 0. S. C. Joanne Spatz Arlfm Sales Service Dirmysians Germania 0. I, T. TI-lli ALMANAC JUNE '31 Mary Turpin Kwlm High lita Rho Ili Ki Ki W. S. N. Martha Slocum Elgin High lfta Rim llmralile Della BEl1lljlti 'l'hr-spians l'. of O, James G. Tice Rirhnmml Strategurs O, S. C. Paulyn Tomfoht' Womlfrlrn' Beta Alpha Nu llinnysians Art Sfltogl Marguerite Teuscher Lloyd Waldrop Eilifnn fr. High Spanish Germania lftzt Rho liassar Audrey Tourville .4rlfl11 lXlanicuri ng Lakrlancl High George Stankovic Woudmrrr Sales Service Dionysians Advertising Nlgr. of Post Business College Grace Tobin Lfntr Eta Rho Hi Ki Ki 0. S. C. Margaret Velde foxeph Krllugg Rnom Represent at i ve Commerce Fire Sqttatl Wrestling 0. S. C. Marjorie Wilson Wantlrrtrri' Eta Rho St-liolarship Stenographer Florence Westby Clinton Kflly Spanish Club College Ttvfnfv-lollr h Kenny Wernsing Helen Switzer North Crntml High Rov.w'Ltz'H Grammar lllttminati TriACol0re Aeropagitirans Beta Alpha Nu lita Rho lli Ki Ki Business .lttnior College Ralph Wiese May Testara Crutun Strlytnn High Almanac Stall Thespians Fire Chief College Class Play Aempagitirans Reed Evelyn Steele Tom Walsh Lfnr: SI. Sh'phrn's lita Rho Germania Dionysians Orchestra Rhetoricians li. nl O. lli Ki Ki U. nl O. Pearl Bonita Wilson Clyde Wichlund fofrph Kfllngg Crfyton Eta Rho Hi-Y Orchestra Soccer '28 Vvtmrli Representative Counril Spanish Baseball '31 O. S. C. JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Arlene Wright Iorfph Kellogg Delta Beta Phi Eta Rho Post Staff Science Research Tri-Y U. of W. Dorothy Vietheer forzph Krllogg Delta Beta Phi Tri-Y Quill Scholarship Class Play Dionysians U. ol C. Lois Roylance Glrncor Dionysians Behnke Walker Gordon Woodyard Glznfm' Golf Track li. nl O. Robert Wigg Rifhmond Class Play Sales Service Rhetoricians Eta Rho Fire Squad lf. of O. Edith Henderson Sunnyxidr Eta Rho Commerce College Edna Morley Lznir Eta Rho Dietetics Lenore Van Landingham Cretfm Delta Beta Phi Eta Rho Tri-Y Business College Barbara Wirth Woodxtork Eta Rho Germania O. S. C. Martin Young Rirhmoml Golf Chorus Sales Service Dionysians Dental School Jean Bennett Clfnrof Delta Beta Phi Tri-Y O. S. C. Twf niv-HW Mary Jane Young Frances Mathes Rirhmand Tri-Y Delta Beta Phi O. S. C. Nedra Walton Lzntx Eta Rho Nlultnomah Hospital Robert Zimmerman Warhingtan High Maryniillz Delta Beta Phi College Eta Rho O. S. C. Ruth Wolfenden Glznfo: Delta Beta Phi Scholarship Eta Rho College Myrtle Kemnitz Arlrta Eta Rho Delta Beta Phi Tri-Y Business College Margaret D. Wood Glznrar Business College THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Name Nickname Favorite Saying Weaknen' CAROL ARCHER Carol Gosh Horses ERNEST AxERs Ernie That'.v him that gave me a "G" Speeding JENNIE ALEXANDER Jennie I think I know Latin shark BEATEIGE AMES Betty Hey, Del! Hurry up! Swimming EsTI-IER ANDERSON Andy My word! Leo Carillo MARJORIE ARMITAGE Smidge Oh. heck! Peanuts MELVIN ARNOLD Mel Buy a Port! Black shirts ANNA ARMSTRONG Warty My Man Penny suckers JOE AsIIEIELn Egi Did you get your math? Blondes WINIERI-:D AYERS Freddie That slay: me Books WILLIAM BADURINA Badman I won't tell ya H 9 FRANCES BAGLEY Fran Oh, Boy! Lime drops ELIZABETH BARIIMAN Betty Really? lrishmen HARRIET BAKER Red Fool Kenny HILDA BANKOWITZ Hilda Are you ture? Embarrassing people GENE BARRETT Gene I'm not really conceited Indifference PAULINE BECKMAN Becky 0h!!l! Macbeth JAIvIEs BEEREAUM Jimmy What? the question? Drinks on the house ELENORE BENDROTII Barbecue Got your Latin? Being late JEAN BENNETT ROBERT BERNARD TIIELMA BERRYMAN GORDON BLACK ANN BLAIJMER Lois BRADDOCK Lois BRADY FRANCES BRANDENRDRG GWYNETH BRICE RAYMOND BROOKS FRANI-z BROWN HELEN BROWN DAVID BRucE DOROTHY BURNS VIRGINIA BUTLER THORNTON CALL JOIIN CARLICI-I CLARIcE CARR JAMES CHAMBERS HAROLD CLARK MARY CLAXTON JEAN COLLARD ELIZAEETI-I COOPER Tom COTTINGHAM AILENE COUNTER MARY Cox BERTIIA CRAIGE JOHN CuI.IsERTsoN DELMA DANA MAREL DENNIS ELEANOR EAsT STANFORD EATON MARGARET ELLIs DONALD EvANs DAVID FARNSWORTH DONALD FAWCETT EDITI-I FARRELL JACK FERKIS HERMAN FOLANI: DAvID FROST BARBARA FULLER GABRIEL FUKRER EVELYN GALLAGI-IER HOPE GANTENEEIN HELEN GEISLER ALVIN GEORGE GLENN GETI-IING ELIZABETH GIVEN MYRTLE KEMNITZ JAMES KELLY JAG: KILI.ITs MXLDRED KIMSEY KATHRYN KING EVELYN KOONT7. NETTIE KRAI-'T Louise KRAHMANN Lois KUYKENDALL LEsLIE KANE KATPIRYN KELLOGG GRANT KELLEY IRENE KAUFER L. DELL LAME EDITH LANG VERA LANL Baby Bennett Bob Goldy Pruner Blaumers Loey Li'l Lois Brandy Gwyn Ray Brown Helen Davie Sunny Ginger Call Johnny Casy Pots Skeeziks Pollyanna Janie Coop Tommy Count Cocky Bubbles Johnnie Boots Denny Fluffy Stan Margery Don Dave Don Ace Jack Herman the German Frosty Bobby Gabe Snooks Honor Hellie Al Gin Betty Kem J im Bun Midge Kay Eve Ned Nin Loie Bud Kay Kelley Bru nhilde Dell Edith Half-pint Silly Hello Happy landing Hey! Don't he .filly Oh l H eaveni ! I'd do anything for you H arse leathers' Oh, that 'J all right Where? Don? Okey, Baby! Oh. heck l I think the1t'.r foolish Goodnen Oh, l'm juxt waiting Dear How are you this morning? jiminy Where? H ow do? Oh, yeah? AJ I was .Iaying Hey! Fiyh Bah! Who get: the ice cream today? Oh, goodner: Check I got :umpen keen to tell you Cheese For pity Jake: I dunno H orrer Sure I will AI' efier Sure It smell: like rain llon't bother dw! I 'Il pan' Come on, gang! Now, watch the little birdie Hey. you .l Oh. ain't he cute? ilfhat R. U. going to wear? n Col-lee Oh, deah no I 'II try Old Spanish custom H 'are yu? Oh, yeah? For Pete Jake I can't think Pedro Oh, for cat'r .rake Really ? Hey, high hat! I Roller skates E's Sailors Selling tickets Being good-natured Managing Earl George Excitement Hikes Stadium mud Airplanes Fudge Earl Basketball centers Speeches A Freshie Rides in the dark Room l0 Mustaches Sweets Silk-stockings Hams Old maids' conventions Being different Chocolate ice cream Taxicabs Skipping Dancing Chewing gum Playing canned music Motorcycles Skating - Driving in the wee hours Raspberries Basketball Going fishin' Getting into an all-girls' cla Talking too much Silence Hi Ki Ki Chem. Eating Kidding Mr. Down Pajamas Popcorn Jazz Dancing Chocolate shakes Speed Athletics Doublemint gum Blue eyes Being explicit Radio announcers Swimming Blushing Talking out of turn You didn't think that ol rne, did you? Brungttes Look out for that curtain You can never tell what .rhe'd .ray Wait a minute I didn't hear the question. Please explain Bug juice Twenty-:ix Artists' models Reading in bed-and eating crackers, too Interviewing Sewing Flirting SS JU NE '31 THE ALMANAC ' Name Nickname Flwvfifq Szllyifll Wfaknfff VIVIAM LA1-nw Viv N 0 lrwlm Having a good time KENNETH LIETZEL KCHHY And ,fowl F'5h'n3 ETHEL LEMONE Eddy CNMHW GYM ELAINE LEPLEY Elaine QU, yi-f B05 i i I KATHLEEN LEWIS Kathleen I 've been absent Cooking for lIlV3lld8 NELUE LINES Skinney No Geitmg called to the oiice THELMA Locxlz Timmy Oh, goodnexr! ghmese pai amas JOE LOWEN1-HAL joe You betehai! Dogs ELBIE LUNDRERG El 0, my EVHUU14-V SWQCCYS VIVIENNE LUNDELL Vive Solffr fwfvl TFIPS ANcus MCCARL Angie Indiv Pfff-ff Blumng NELL McKAY Lil' Nell Anuhoo I Pl-20912. ,louis KUHLMAN jack I can I think Wrestling DONALD GLENZ Don Move over BOSSIIIE EARL GOLDHAMMER Egg Well-? TSMUS i NADINE GRAEI-' Babs Uh! Oh! Curly ha" HELEN GRAY Birdie Not really DPMQI-W Es'I'I-IER GREENWELL Kinky H01f0f-Y G'gEl'n3 RAY GREGOR Ray I dllfllf know i Dqn ask , Joi-IN GUDMUNDSON Johnny Let'.v play tennu PHIFQIHE SISHS HAROLD HALL Hal NDP! D WU'-Ing notes OPAL HALL Joyce Oh. 12111 Dnvmg 90 Pe' HENRY HARTsoN Hank Hey! M-lfgafei U MARGARET HAwIcINs Hawkins Say! 5- S- V20 Dine NovA HI-:DIN Nova Good night! Cream puffs FREDERICK HEIDT Fred Who? Me? Mr. Down EDITH HENDERSON Edy Oh, gee! Clothes AUDREY HEYTING Bertie Oh, yer? Using big words LEONARD HICKS Len I'll have to have some help Laughing Lrawxs Hxcxs Lewie You old erazy, you Ulowning WILLIAM Hol-'F Bonecrusher Don'l bother me His heart IVAN HOFFMAN Ivan I'm really awfully polite Telephoning BLANC!-IE Ho1vIuLxA Dimples Let me ree, too Making eyes VALERIA HENDRICKSON Val Say, laid U. of O. Frat men HAROLD JACOBSFN jake It'r thi: way Being a ladies' man Es'rnER JOHNSON Brick Gimme Lollypops ERNEST JONES Ernie Come on, Freddy Good books MILDRED JONES Mil Yup! Drinking POP RALPH -IONES Handsome Il- Studylffgi MAMIE KADY Fritz Keep on .rmiling MCm0flZln8 MAY MACMILLAN Squirt Hold everything CHS. ZELVA MCMILAN Zel Hey, Brother! TYDIHB KENNETH MCNARY Ken Thaf: it! Managing MARTHA MAsoN Mud Say, Han Gum HELEN MARAsco Peanuts Big ham Shoes FRANCES MATHES Fran Hirk! Hirk! Black eyes JAcx MEDLAR jack I want my Post We'll never Lell HELEN MIEI-1ELsoN Helen Leapin' Lena Askin' questions MARY MILLER Murry O.K. Walking hffme MILDRED Mlssucx Milly Du hifi ein-! Cramming FRANK MoLEswoRTH Skinny You big ox His head EMILY MOORE Em Well, I'll- Talking over the phone EIINA MOKLEY Pakey And I jun laughed Worrying TIIELMA MDYER Bubs Whooprl Reducing LOIS MowER Loey Oh, tra la la! Sugar HERBERT MUENZER Hub Help! Horse-radish MILIJRED MUXHOLLON Mil Whoopi' la! Foolin' folks ALICE NEWMAN Al Leapin' lizzardr! Dances RAUHA NORTH Rae Don't tell the world about Telling people LUCILE NovAcx Lucy Lirtenl Dill pickles FLAVEL PAINTER Flavel Yes, Mrx. Dieleenron Cooking TOM PERRY Tommy Uh huh Arguing Dos PETERS Pete There women WIIISUIDE FRANCIS PETERSON Pete Figitidigit Acting MARGARET PETERSON Pete No, you are wrong Looking dignified VERA POLSON Vera B-z-z-z-t Killing glances WILLIAM PRARIE Bill Hella for you Jokes ELLEN PoNTIus E11 Silenee Her hear: GPZNEVIEVE RALL Gen Fug Druggistg MARJORIE REED Mari I'll .ray M3C'S MARY REINHARD Reinhard Well, you .ree it'r thir way Exaggerating FRANCIS REITI-IEL Punks Phooeyl Candy ELMER REUTTA Elmer Hi there! Being nice ANNE RENNIE Ann Yer, I know Big men JEAN RONALD Jeanie We1I,- Tennis ADA Louisa RooT Adie Oh, honey, let down my hair Educated men VERA RorER Vera Oh, heck! Talking FRED RIGBY Fritz Oh, Shup! Ice Cream Lois ROYLANCE Loie So ringing :he tripped lightly into Cashew ba,-5 the wood: HELEN SANDERS Helen Snappy Chicken dinners ARTHUR SAUER Art Seram Being fickle EFFIE ScANLoN Bunnie Booh! Being bright ANNA SCIILAPPI Anne Phoo! Being blue ALLEN SCHAFEER Al Ha! Ha! Dave,-,poi-is Tw: nty-seven THE ALMANAC JUNE .Y.f1mf 1 P1a11,n1u' Sc1111x1m1k l'fv11.vw S1111:w411111 X11.1.11 SL'11111.L1- lNI1u'1-11:1 51,011 x1 A1411 N1- S1111 1'11 Il11.1w S'11l'r11 Nlxkmx SM1'1'11 ll114sL111:1. SN111vr,1: we ,lm1.1xx,1 S1-,xrz .Xxxi-' S'1'A11,1R C11 111u.1- S1'1xwKm1'1'111 l'i11 1.5 N S111 1.1 ki11.1k1.1 s S1:111.11'.1x R111x'Sr1-v1.vS ll1 1.1,N Swl 111 14 M11u,1'1'R1'1'1 T11 5111111 lu11sT11'1- 1914111 Tulxlx l'.x1'1.YN Tumrivilk X1 11Rv'l'r11'k1'11,1,1 ll1nm'1'11v Y11r11111c M',1k1.A14r1'rY1 1.111- l.1.1n'1r W',x1,111cu1- 'l'u'11 WYALSU N1 mm WA1,'1'1m lX,IA1u..x111:'1' VV1c'1c1-145111111 L'1.Y1x1 VV1L'Kl.1'N1r R,11,1-11 W11.s1' l'1.11R1N1'1.VV1s111,1 Ro1111c'r VV11.r. lY11.1.1-1'rT1- VV11,11k11 K l'11.x11 14 W11.1.1A us M.11up,x1u.'r W lbsux lN'lx14j11R11- W11,s1n l,l'Akl. 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Uh, jmnf IJon't gr! 111141311 Hunry l'Im1r, miytfr .-1rrn't I awful? 011, gnih BIN: your hmrt ffw, hffkf Hfrr I nm agrzin Wfll? Hrufr Hi, Bah!! Darn l'lllrllyo11 tonlorrnfv 7 1L'1'niy-right Il'n1k1zf.1.v Lnrin ATL lVll1sici:1ns Phone calls Autos Lezlvinp srlmrrl early Tennis Suspenders Notes Gulf Dclxiting Fizlling 1110 mncli Tllmwirig curves L11si11gu1nlurell.1f Baiskellxzlll lJ11r1111ts Mnmrcycles Snilurs Dr11wi11g' Kenny 'l'erl111iq11c lNlilksl1:1l1es .ll Krcsfa lVl11siv: A l1.11'pif1 111 1I1eD11fwin Uoorl clzinucrs XVrili11g1l1en1cs Furclb flirmsily Schnol Stzlrlc kisses llulLli11gl1:111nls l'l11olin' Dreaming fonlbing her v1i111lbl1xw11 Brownfyed usllers Sewing Nutl1in1.!inp:1r1ic11l:1r Pie l.i'l kids Lemon Cfmrcxl-Llxlzis Frog! legs Six i11 :1 locker Hriulil fnlurs Q11esIi011S JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC we THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY Presented Friday and Saturday Evenings, lllay 8 and 9 "The Thzrteenth Chazrv By BAYARD VEILLER Great mystery surrounded the death of Spencer Lee, and when Edward VVales tries to solve the situation, he is killed, Through the efforts of lliadame La Grange and hir. Donohue, the murderer is brought to justice after an intensely dramatic and thrilling hour. T H E C A S T llladame Rosalie La Grange ......t.,.,...........,, Louise McAllister Tim Donohue, inspertor ......,....,...,....,,,,..i.,,,. Greg Sehoemmer Helen O'Neill .....,...... .,..... E lsie Lundberg Will Crosby ......,,.....................Y..... .,,...,.........,.. B ob Wigg lllrs. Crosby, mother of PV!!! ...,...,, ....,..., ll Iargaret Petersen Roscoe Crosby ..,...........,.......,...,...A .,.,,... H arold Jacobson Edward Wales ....... .............. .,.,.,.,,... R a lph Wiese Diary Eastwood .....,,r ......., L ucille Novaek Helen Trent ....,....... ..,...,,,. B etty Cooper Braddish Trent ............ ,.....,.. F rancis Petersen Howard Standish ..,.,.... ........... G lenn Gething Philip lllason ............ .......,. H erman Foland Elizabeth Erskine.. Grace Standish ,,........ Pollock, butler .,..... Sergeant Dunn... Director ..,.,...........,.... Faculty Adviser ..,,..... Advertising Mzznzlger Business Manager Stage Manager ...... Costume Lady ..... .. Property A'Il17l1lgff.... Elertrman .,,....,,..,,. ....Dorothy Vietheer ........,,,..lWildred Kimsey ...,......Earl Goldhammer ..,..........,Don Peters G. Harrington ..,........... Agnes Colton ., ....,.. Kenneth lWeNary ...,.,,Grant Kelley ........Rae North ..s.........,..,,.... Les Kane Norman Sutherland See them fwork together, Beneath the boiling sun, The buccaneers in their gaudy rags Make of this hard toil-fun. Because they'fve learned the lesson Taught by old salts ashore That two hands cannot accomplish As much 'work as can four. rgamlza tion I 1 JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Student Body Ufficers President ...,......................................,....,......., JACK KILLITS Vice-President ......,. .....,.. 'l 1IIORNTON CALL Secretary .......,...,,.. ..,,..,., B ETTY COOPER Sergeant-al-Arms .Y., ,,....,..... B ILL HOFF Fire Chief ..,.......,.......,.., .........,... R ALPH WIESE Adziisery Committee ....,....,,,.... ......,....,, F RANCES BAGLEY The Student Body organization at Franklin promotes student government and makes for a more democratic atmosphere among the students. Student Body membership cards give each student a part in all school activities. Illiftwfn THE ALhIAN JUNE '31 mls X Third Row-jones, Hammond, Barrett, Root, Killits. Serond Row!-Bagley, Drake, Le Mone, Lundberg, McKay, Marsh, Cooper. Fmt! Raw-Miss Groshong, Anderson, Medlar, Burns. Furrer, MacDonald. Student Council The purpose of the Student Council is to promote better co-operation among the school clubs and to protect school property. It is the judicial body of the school ad- ministration and is composed of the presidents of clubs, the editor of the Post, and two members-at-large selected from the Student Body. The faculty advisers are Miss Myrtle Groshong and Mrs. Georgia Dickinson. Miss Nettie Drew is also active in the work of the Council. The work of this organization is carried on through the following committees: hall, library, athletic, auditorium, and cafeteria. Locker inspection every term is the work of the hall committee. The duty of the library committee is to recover stolen or lost library books. The athletic committee is in charge. of athletic goods. The auditorium committee sees that order is observed in assemblies. The cafeteria com- mittee lists improvements for the cafeteria. During the previous term, through the efforts of the Council, signs have been placed on the school lawns in the various spots where the grass needs most to be protected. Also, during the past term, several library books were recovered by the Council. Thirty-Iwo JUNE '31 HE ALMANAC X The President ,..............A Vice-President ..,.,,.. S eerelary .,........... Treasurer ............... Sergeant-at-flrrns.. Editor ....,,......,...,,,. January '32 Class Faculty Adviser ...,,.,,,,, ,. ..,.. .,v..... S TAN GILMORE EARL CUs'rIs ,.,.e..,,.ETHEL LUNDBERG E,,..,.jAcK BROKENSHIRE e...,.,v....wSTAN MCCLURG FRANKLIN CASTILLO ILENE TOWNSEND Honorary Member ............,,, ,.,,...,,,,,,,, M Rs, DORAN Early in illay, the members of the January '32 Class organized and elected the above officers and leaders of their class. A rosy future is in store for the anuary 32 Class if they do everything as well as they did in choosing officers. Thifiy-Ihrff THE ALMANAC JUNE, frmrllt Ruff'-flixtnc. lYr1x'rell. Nm'1tt'li. Urzty. Grccnwcll. Kzullrnaln. lfrtuxl. Third Rncz'ffSl.tnkmltvln. Vl'igg, Sullivan. Blank. Sztmlen. llxmktm. fiulit'kst'm, Suomi Rnwtf Shelley, liutltxtitue. Snzttz. Nlisencr. Gillette. lillih. Mr. Ilqtxtimzlult. lfirxt Row' lflzttxxuzzxlx. Nlztstun. Petersen. Nlourc, l'fv:lns. Fin! Ruff'-fSt:trkcr, Amlerstm. Antlersrm. Freyer, Moy, Sffrnnl Ruff'-l'tvlllns, Rttlslvertlims. Perkins. Uxtxie. Robison. Ltlntlcll. Ltlmlcll. Thin! Ruff' ffzinmmcrmzlu, Bryce, Tylers. Crxtiu. lluntimzton, Newman. Fowler. Fnurlh Ruff' Tlmnxpstmrl. Burke, liskelsnm. Kellogg. Olsen, Titus. Flctninpz. fillllt Ruff' I'utn1:m. Olsen. Lune. Muntgtmxery, Livermore. Chipnmn, Stewart, Ilquper. Ilimnzt Th iffy-fn it 1' JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Sales S erfvice This club was organized from Mr. W. G. Harrington's third period class on Salesmanship. The purpose is to develop personality and ease of bearing. Each term the club interviews prominent city salesmen' and also the sales- men visit the school and lecture to the club on points of selling. This term the club secured for its first speaker Mr. G. E. Lewellen, President of Southeast Portland Chamber of Commerce. An amusing feature of the club is its effort to sell hypothetical goods to Mr. Harrington. In him the class finds an excellent critic and adviser. Bank Cashiers Franklin's first bank day was October 20, 1925. On that day the school was 100 per cent in depositing. Never since then has that high mark been reached. The cashiers hold meetings regularly during the study period Mondays in room G-7. Near the beginning of this term, Mr. Cowan, of the Educational Thrift Associa- tion, spoke to a meeting of the cashiers. Several plans were adopted to promote thrift at Franklin. Each registration room has one cashier and an assistant who take care of the deposits in their rooms and turn their envelopes into the office practice room. The receipts are then sent to the Portland Trust SL Savings Bank, the local school depository. Each term seven of the members are named by the chairman to distribute sup- plies to the registration rooms. Each monitor delivers material to one wing of the building on Tuesday mornings. ln order to make the habit of saving mean more to students, Franklin has a nickel-minimum deposit rule. All of the other Portland High Schools have a one- cent minimum. For several terms Miss Grace Reeves has been the club adviser, and she has done a great deal to make saving a popular part of school activity. The club takes an active part in school functions, such as the giving of baskets and the April Follies. Thirty-ive THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Firth Rncvflrwin. Moffat, Gilmore, McClurg, Schaeffer. Bentley, Radich. Hicks. johnson. Fuurlh Ruff' fllo. Mcfnrl, jacolvsnn, Kelly, Charles, lrlartson. Prairie, Perry. Dyer. Thin! Rum' Boone, Snrmclgrnss, Hicks, Wigg, Duncan. Bruce. Killils, Lamb, Gregor. Srrnnrf Ruff' Mecllxir, Mnbln, Black, Wzlldrop, Nelson, Brokenshire, Gaclke. fin! Ruiz- Ynll. Duane, Wiese, Durham, joy. Filllz Ruff' Kelly. VV:-rnsing. liolxllmrnmer, Mzirslx. Lovell, llzinsun. lleyiinp. lleyling, llzirnb. Fourth Rnrf' f Yull. Call, Todd, Rolrrer, Ricliarcls. lvolfenclen, Trumbull. Novaluk. lie Wfiles, Gray. Third Rn-zu Getliinu. Lung, jny. Tnrr, Greenwell. Kaiuler, Ayers, Armstrong. Srfnml Razz' fllu, lfielclimz. Ayer. Hurt. Bendrutll, MLxKCOW'll, Lumlberg, Reinlixlrsl, Min llolrnsun. Firrl Rem' Nlzacllcvnzilcl. lirnkenxlrire, Hublwzirrl, jones, Anclerwn, Lumlberp, Yiullreer. Thirly-rix JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Fire S quad The Franklin Fire Squad is a group of boys organized for the purpose of control- ling fire inspection and fire drills. Speed and order are the essential aims of these drills, and in order to accomplish these, a fire chief is elected each year by the student body. The squad and the assistant are selected by him and with their aid the fire drills are made a success. At least once every week a practice drill is held to produce efficiency and speed in getting everyone out of the building in case of an emergency. Each member of the Fire Squad is assigned a definite piece of fire apparatus to take care of. During the drill they run to their places, see that the doors are opened, keep the lines moving at the greatest speed possible and in the best order, and see that everyone is out of the building. These boys should be commended for the good work that they have rendered Franklin. Quill In the Fall of 1925 Miss M. Monroe, Miss Margaret Garrison, and Mr. W. G. Harrington established the Quill Club, under the name of the Literary Club, for the purpose of promoting interest in original composition and of bringing together the stu- dents Who enjoy writing. In the spring of 1927 the club was reorganized. At this time the pins which represent the club today were adopted. The Quill members have contributed to the Post and to the Almanac. Several times they have written special editions or contributed whole pages to the school paper. Poems and stories of various members of the club have been published in the Almanac. Besides Writing for these publications, the members of the club have sponsored out- side activities. A sale of St. Patrick's Day souvenirs proved very successful. Only last term the club sponsored the Alice L. Fields Memorial Trophy, on which the name of students outstanding in literary work will be engraved. g Thirty-nf e THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 fin! Rrm' hliss Small, Bennett, Wlilxlrick, Nlisener, MCK:1y. Hubbard, Richards. Ashby. Srcunrl Rlifrff'-Ciiiiyer. Ager, Kadey, Duer, james, Barnett, Lathrop, Teufel. Klmsey, llartzel. llenderson. Rush. Given, I Kellogg, Yiethc-er. Thml Roivf-Baker. Cleary, Carry, James. Root, Cooper, McQuairl. Archer, Kimsey. Wloocl. Munhollen. Fourth Rou'fAinlersm1, Applegate. Kranholrl, Staiger. Ronald, Gear. Foster, Papazine, Ellis, Hendrickson. Brady, Slocum, lflkins. llunter. Fillh Rou'7Olren, Ghormley, Lethz, Trumbull, Fowler, Gray. Rood, Geisler. Steen. Trimball, Nlower, Wlollendon. Bump, clones. ,lohnson. follver. Sixlh Ruiz'--l':1rrisli, Burns, Petteys, Clark, Smith, Gillete, Parker, Peterson. Karr, Gantenbein. Nlason, Greenwell, Roush, joynes, Krugur, Zimmerman. Swzffnth Ron' Bentley. Nloyer, llunter, Hunter, Gehrs, Armetrong. Pollar. Bryce. Novack, Schlappi. North, Wakeheld. Yan Patton. Richen. Ronald. Eighth Rnw-Grail. VValilon. Olson, Heytin, Lang, Seigel, jonasson. Sies. Hinz. Sharker, Haldermxxn, Dick, Burrows. Morris. lVlcKeown, Galley. Fin! Roivfldewis, Williams. Banley, Scanlon. Cooper. Schaeffer, lklrs. Dickenson, Jacobson, Wildrick. Smith, Rush Row TzuofGirartl, Mitchell, Blaummer. Muenger, Reinhard, Ronald, Bollinger, Parrish, Haugner, Craun, Forken. lispey. Third Ruz4'fRogers, Braddock, King. Richen. Anderson, Losher, Fournier, Proctor, Ferrel. Shrader, Taplin. Fourlh Rowgfounter. Munk, Brown, Beck, Miller, llitrhcock, Wood, Van Landineham, Branclenhurz. Crowe. Fifth Row-i-Jones. farr. Read, Kraft, Stasny. Given, Henderson. Guyer. Lewis, Baker, Hunter. Hunter, Blackmar, Ilall, Slocum. Brady. Sixth Row+Kemnitz, McClure, Graff, Lines, Doane, Mathes, Scott, Gilmore, Painter, lloffman, Hicks, Mower Trimbull, Hunter, Teuscher, Wlalton. Sherwood, Elkins. 7'hir1y-fight JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Delta Beta Phi President .,....,.,............,.,,................,,....,....,...............A. NELL McKAY Vice-President .....,.,. ......,,,,.,.,.,, H ELEN HUBBARD Secretary .....,..... ......... W 1LLE'r'rrz WILDRICK Treasurer ........... ................ J' EAN BENNETT Editor ,,.,,,.....A,,,..,....,.,,,.,,...,,,,.,.,,.,,...,,,,.....,.,.,.,,,...,,,,, ELLEN Mrslmnk Sergeant-at-Arm: ..........,..........,.............,.......,.,...,..,. WILMA EATON Ad-virers .........,..,,.,............ Miss DANA SMALL, Mus. E. E. WILSON Delta Beta Phi has a worthy reason for its existence, as the first word of the club's name is the fourth of a famous Greek series of four objectives that outline the Ideas, Character, Service, Scholarship, and Leadership. t The girls of Delta Beta Phi comprise the largest club in school. Each year the "Big Sister" of the Delta Beta Phi assist all first term girls in school with their various problems and adjustments, and climax this helpfulness by a "Freshman Tea," which is given for the freshman girls every term. At graduation the girl who has fulfilled these four objectives to the best of her ability is given a silver loving cup. Since the origin of the club there have been twenty cups given to girls. Eta Rho President .......,...,,.,...... ,.......,,,.....,........... ,,....,., B E TTY COOPER Vice-President .,..........,.. ......... A LLEN SCHAEFER Secretary-Treasurer ......... ,,.............. M ARIAN SMITH Sergeant-at-Arms ......,.,. ..,..,......., H AROLD JACOBSON Program Chairman ............,.......... ................ W ILLETTE WILDRICK The Eta Rho club, which originated two years ago, has grown from a member- ship of 80 to 200. At first it was a club consisting of girls only, but there are eleven boys enrolled now. Anyone taking a D. S. subject automatically belongs to Eta Rho, and the motto is "Once an Eta Rho, always an Eta Rho." Meetings are held twice a month, at which time the organization is addressed by speakers from various lines of activities. The club is under the guidance of the faculty adviser, Mrs. G. L. Dickinson, and is the largest department of its kind in the city. The standards of the club are: strength of character, beauty, health, wisdom, love, and service. Thirty-nine THE ALMANAC JU Fourth Row -lirwiuc, Klces. McBride. lmy. Thin! Ruff'-ffxlll. Dyer, lvcrnsiml. Brooks, Sczllcx. Srfrnld Rorl'fW'erIz. Yoll, Nlr. Ridgeway. Gregor. Bnlrrl. First Rznc'-fllu, Runlirlx, Burrell. Salmelcr, Bruce. Fourth Razz' -K.1ulmzun. Keagle, MllllClCIll1JlllLfll. Zerhuclnzm. Third RozL'fSwitzer, Newman, Craun, Gehrs, Ferrell. Srmnd Roufflispee. Henderson, Bagley. Brady, Slzlrker. Fir!! Rrzzl'--fMrs. Doran. McAllister, llrqnke, Nluwer, Trumbull. Forty Kellogg JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC I llumznatz President .....,.... ..,, ..,...,,....................,..,,,A....A....... G E NE BARRETT Vice-President .......... ......,. A LLEN SCHAEFER Secretary ............,.... .......,. N ORMAN SCALES Treasurer .A............,... ........,,.. D Ava BRUCE Sergeant-at-Arms ..,.,,,. ,.... ...,. A N GELO RADICH Editor ..................,... ........,.. .... ...............,..,... W 1 L LIAM Iro Adviser ..,.,....,...............,..................,,,.....,....,.. MR. WM. RIDGEWAY The Illuminati, the only boys' club in school, was first organized many years ago as a combined literary and social club. The membership is limited to twenty-five boys of good social and scholastic standing. The purpose of the club is to promote social and intellectual welfare among its members, and to create and maintain a spirit of friendliness and good fellowship in the club, in the school, and among all with whom the members come in contact. Every year the Illuminati has shown Willing co-operation with the school in help- ing the needy families during Thanksgiving and Christmas. The club has helped the school in many waysg this year it has presented a new trophy case to the school. The Illuminati boys usher in the auditorium at every assembly, and each member is ready to uphold the club motto, "If it's for Franklin, the Illuminati is for it." H z K1 K1 The Hi Ki Ki, the hiking club of Franklin, is one of the oldest organizations in the school, having been organized in 1921 under the supervision of Miss Neikirk. The purpose of Hi Ki Ki is to give the girls of Franklin who are interested in the great out-of-doors an opportunity to have supervised recreation. The club is now under the supervision of Mrsf Doran, and it has drawn as members some of the "peppiest" girls in Franklin. The Hi Ki Ki put on one of the cleverest skits in the Franklin Fashions Follies this year. Forty-one f ,riff ' X ,N K, ,' 1 ., f THE ALMANAC , x f' JUNE If wi fi Fifth Rnrzw --Hankins. Herne. Hall. Nlrflrzin. Wicklund. ff fourlh Razz'--Scales, Milcliell. Craig, Yoll, VVernsinpz. A Thin! Row--Yan Runk. Gnoinrz. Adams. Himmells. Hurlzell, Cross, Austin. Biuhlrinn. My ff!! .fl f J Srfoml Rnzvflktleys, Fike, Zizhln, Brmquxl. Kemniuer. W'estby. Cox. Thompson. Bzlrhrvur. Firxt Ruzvflbliss B, Smith, Ruhrer. M:icDon:nlcl. Durham, Iluy. Hnugncr. Sixlh R!IYL"c50ILlliRmH1CT. Dawe. Kzzlenclzlr. Robinson. Hermann. Nleruell. Hnffnum. Fijlh Row-Siuenthuler, Lawson, Golclhummer. Hansbery, Tunznl, Kohler. Fuurlh Ro'IL'f,lesper, Stout. Kenk. Armstrong. Rust, Lane. Koch, Schaffer. Third Ro-wflrehmun. Burmnn. Mzlyer. Dohl. Gnsler, Dunick. Pugh. Schzzrfer, Flke. Nfr. Ennn Srfnnd RowfKcIler. Teufel. Dormin, Armlt, Wxuzner, Reinharcl. Fnrd. Forrl, Auspm. Fin! RowfGlour, Teufel, Risherg, Grzrhmun, MzuDon:1ld. Teuschar, VV:nlsh. For!y-Iwo JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Spamsh President .............,. ..A......A............,.. ..,..... K E N MCDONALD Vice-President ....,,.. ....,.. P AUL Dum-IAM Secretary .............. .,...,. N AOMI Roi-IRER Treasurer. .,,..........,.... ,........ N 0EMAN SCALES Sergeant-at-Arm: ..,.... .....,.. R ICHARD GREGOR Reporter .....,,.........,. ............... M ARY Cox Adviser ....,,.....,,.... ..,..,......... ...,,,.,..,....... ......,,.. B E s SIE SMITH The Spanish club, known as uLa Sociedad Hispanaf' was organized for the pur- pose of promoting a better understanding of the Spanish people and their language. The meetings are held every other week under the supervision of the club officers. and adviser, Miss Bessie Smith. The Spanish club has really accomplished a great deal toward bringing a true understanding of the Spanish people, their language and customs. Germanza Preyidenl ,,rr..,,..A,,,,,r,,,,, ,,,.,,.,.,,.,...,,,,,,,,.,..,.,, .,,..,,, G . ABRIEL FURRER Vice-President ............... .................. T OM WALSH Secretary-Treaxurer ......... r......... M ARGUERITE Gnook Sergeant-at-Arm: ..,...... ............ H ELEN BURMAN Adviser ,,,,,....,..,.,.,...,,,,..,,,,,...,.,,.,.,.,.......,.,............,..,..........., ALEXANDER ENNA Although German is the newest language department in Franklin, and the Germania club likewise one of the newest organizations, their' growth has been so rapid as to make them equal to the older organizations. The club membership consists of the students studying German or who are interested in the German language. The object of the club is to obtain a broader knowledge of the German people, their customs and the language, to promote social activities and to make better Franklinites. The club also continued editing the interesting series of publications entitled, "Die Deutsche Schultagef' The editing staff is: Gabriel Furrer, editorg Mar- guerite Teascher, assistant editorg Catherine Schaffer, news editor. The paper is written partly in German and partly in English and contains news of Germany and classroom activities. It is published semi-weekly and is sold for the nominal charge of two cents a copy. The proceeds are used to purchase records and literature for the department. Students who belong to the Germania club are also entitled to membership in the Portland Interscholastic Language League headed by Mr. Enna. F arty-thru THE ALfAqfC JUNE '31 A fir!! Rncrf Rliller. Hull. I.nml-wlx, Mxlrclx. Freyer, Lovell. Goldlulnxnmer. Furrer. Srmml Ruvf- Riflmrlls. lirycs. Zimmerman, Roller Teufel, Geisler. Ylellleer. Pcrersfm, Lumllveryz, Allatin. Thirll R11-sf'-fMe4llg1r. llmlcrwnml, Nlorris Hinz, Finell, Bagley. King. lVlL'lNIill:ln. Slmgi Sullu, Fnurlh Ruff' Bliss Srllmimlli. Barber, Lemon. Alexander. lNlisL'llliu. Livernmre. Liver'n1ure. .Xrlnslrnmu Urecmx Fiyih Ruiz-ffllmlin, Smnlprqzss, Anderson. Weres. jones. lwgubin. lXIichelxon. Fir!! R011 T.u'r. lX1rlJ-uu.1lnl, Keller, Tuniffwlxr, Qlollrlscm. Nfmxer. Trumbull. Bliss Driscoll. Snnml Ruff' Lleqnry. ,l.nmes, Burnett. johnson. Smith, Wagner. Hgmgner. Thin! Ruff' llewcr. lnllllmp, Sumnxcrsel, Suxlzer. Brady, Gnnteulvcin, Nlurriwrx. Steen. Zex'l1ucln.l. llcmrik, f Fnurlfz Ruff' Lewis. L'.lrr. fzlrmn, Simxlmlx. Geisler, Kemnllxer. K,u1.m:ln. lluulinylmx. llnmilmn. Nugleeu. Nlill H Wcruxiuc. ' l'1'Ilz Ruff' limllrulxllmxx, klnlles, flustin, Vlwullier, Vl'our, Wugller. Vpen. Allen. f'r:1'ly-Vlrmr JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC The Scholarship Club In P1922 the Scholarship club was organized, under the leadership of Miss Lilli Schmidli, for the purpose of recognizing scholastic ability in the students of Franklin High School. Since that time it has risen to a prominent place in our school life, and it now fulfills many important duties. The club membership is made up of those who, for one term, have made an "E" average in four major subjects and not less than a "G" in any others. Also, it is a rule that no student may belong to the club who has an averge below "F", Each term the members check the office records for those entitled to scholarship awards. The kite pins are presented at a special assembly early in the term. The Scholarship club also furnishes the guides for Visitors' day. It takes part in such activities as the Country Fair and the April Follies. At the beginning of the last term it was voted to present a book to the Benjamin Franklin collection during the Scholarship assembly. The meetings, which are held the third Tuesday of each month, are devoted to a business period and a social program. Beta Alpha Nu President ......,...,.,...,.....,................,...................,,.,........... Lois MOWER Vice-President ,..... ......... G some S1-IAYLOR Serretary ................ ....... F RANCIS TRIMBLE Treasurer ................,. .,......... L ols JOHNSON Sergeant-at-Arms ..,.... ........ E Ucizmz BEN'n.i:Y Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .....,,,,., P AULYN TOMFOHR Adviser ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,.,..,,,..........,.... M Iss M. E. Diuscou. The Beta Alpha Nu was organized by the art students to maintain and promote interest in the study of better art in Franklin. Any student taking art With a passing grade is eligible to this club. The Beta Alpha Nu was very fortunate this term in having Miss M. E. Driscoll for the adviser, and with her hearty co-operation it expects to accomplish a great deal toward the appreciation of art in our school. Forty-lim' THE ALMANAC JUNE Fourth Razz --Freyer. Frost. Lowemhnll, Bilyen, Amos. Joy, Doane. Thin! Rnzrf-Hzanmmoncl, Carlich, Baddurini, Frost, lrwin, Marsh, Lane, Sftunrl Razz' FUJI Rory- Fiffh Row- fllzznkins, Duncan, llnclerwnncl. Wright. Bryce, Blxlrkmxzr. Nlr, Dewlxirst. MacDonald. Furrer. Medlar. Anderson. Werlz. Brokenshire. Frank Evans, Billy Sanderson, Meisner, Blears, Clarke, Moffat. Thomas, Morris, Nlorse. Fuurfh Ron'-Alrick. Bowers, Rumsby, Kilpnck, Gear. james. Mzrodenbzliiglx. Third RowfSmitlx. Mrs. Milan, Blair. Simpson, VVatson, Johansen, Sansom, Olsen. Srmnd RowfSwilzer, Brady, Wakefield, YVernsing, Ohlemiller, Jones, Johnson, Barker. Firrt RowflVliss Townsend, Mitchell, Burns, Arnold, Heyling. Schwemler v Foriy-.fix gofyl S Mya JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC ' Science Research Club The Science Research Club is organized on a three-commission plan: a biology, a chemistry, and a physics commission. Each group elects its own chairman and secretary. In addition, the three commissions each contribute to the program of the meetings, held in room 34 at 2:35 every Friday. Once each month the club makes a tour of some factory or plant. Descriptions of several of the tours taken this term have been published in the "Post." Occasionally a speaker is brought in from the outside to speak at one of the meetings. This term the club made and adopted a new constitution. Membership is limited to thirty-Eve students Cor pupils who have been studentsl of any of the laboratory sciences. Each new member is required to give a talk on some scientific subject at least one meeting a term. Mr. W. A. Dewhirst is adviser to the club. He also had the magazine "Field and Stream" placed in the small library. The chemistry commissidh has demonstrated in the chemistry laboratory for a few of the meetings. The biologyxdommission confines its program to reports on current- interest articles and experiments. Several of the outside speakers exhibited and demon- strated for the club scientific apparatus. Each commission, at the end of the school term, submits a report of the activities it has carried on during that term. These reports are read to the whole club at the meeting just preceding that at which elections are held. Tri - Colore President .................,.......... ,..,.....,...,.....,.,.t..,.... D oRoTHY BURNS Vice-President ,.......,.,.... ,...,... F RANCIS ARNOLD Secretary-Treasurer ......... .......,.,.... J UDITH MITCHELL Editor .....,.................,....... .,... .......,..... L o rs KUYKENDALL Adviser ...........i........... ......... M Iss MARY TOWNSEND The French club has been a prominent organization in Franklin High School for several years, with Miss Mary Townsend as its able adviser. It was organized for the purpose of promoting a fuller knowledge and appreciation of the French language. Many of the members correspond with French students abroad. The letters re- ceived are read at the meetings and prove to be very interesting. Last term a clever little French newspaper appeared under the name, "Le Petite Journal de Franklin." Each term the club tries to have something newer and more interesting than it had the preceding term. At every meeting, the members join in singing French songs or giving French verses. They also have had some very enjoyable meetings, being entertained by plays or reports on the many beautiful things of Paris. Forty-'Jnfnx THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 fiflh Rn71,'7Sl1lliv:1n. Frost. Herman, Petersen. Dnrluun, Gillmore, fnstellrs. fnurlh R0r:'7Tl1elin. Hammond, Braddock, Rooxl, Hall. Miller. Ffzllfmn. Rnlninsurx. Clark. Nliss Lelxmzln. Thin! Ron'--Brice, Tarr, Vlford, Losher, Smith, Lepley, Linclloff, Rankin, Flynn, Gmlke, Brandenburg. Lzxmlw. Sfrnnzl Raw Miss INT. Smith, Drake, Richards, VVilhelm. Ellis, Mzarsll, Trnmlwnll, Prouty, Bankowitz, Mr. While. Firrt R010-Nlorris. Lnnclherg, Stankovitrh. Rom, Anderson. Heyting, Mitchell. Fourth Rnzzf "Sc-llerlnerfz. Niurris, Nlnfful. Hartson. Onan, Slxczlrns. Robinson. Third RowfffMedl41r, Bliss klnule. Hzlnkins. Clustis, Henclerwn, Nlisener. Nlnmlerxlmrzgll. fnllwcrlsnn Snund Row--Plelclmcr, Erkslrnnu Wightman. Keller, Bickford. Lnmlbcrp. Nliss Palllerqrm. FIU! Rnfvflzzmr, Mr. Vlflnle. M1-Har. Lnnclberrz, Gregor. Velcle. Fnriy-figh! JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Post Editorial Staff Editor-in-Chief ...,,A.,.,...,..,.......,,...,.,,.,,......,,..,,,....,,.,,,.,4,,,,,,,, DEAN ANDERSON Hssoriate Editor ...............,...........,....,.......,,.........,.........,,,,... ADA LoUIsE Roo'r Sports Editors ................,.,,...,............. FRANKLIN CASTILLO, NEIL MITCHELL Auirtanls in Sport: ..........,..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., DURHAM, JACK FLYNN, DFLI. LAMB, BILL TI-IELIN Features .....,..............,.............I......................,,.........,...........,. AUDREY HEYTING Column ...... .,.....,,....,....,,....I M ARY ELLEN MARSH, FRANCES TRUMBULL BUSINESS STAFF Advertising ...........Y.........,....................,.,,......,. ,,......... .,,., G e orge Stankovich Business Manager ..,.....,I.,..,...........,,.,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, D e mont Morris Sales Manager ,................ ..... ,..,.....,.,,.,, H a rold Clark Circulation Assistant ........,.....................,...,....... ......... F rances Brandenburg T.Y P I S T S , Thelma Barryman Vera Roper Margaret Ellis Marion Smith fHeadj CIRCULATION Lois Braddock john Murphy David Frost Charles Sullivan Gladys Gotter " Elmer Williams Stan McClurg MAILINC CLEQRIKS usb'-'ww,l 5 x I PS-'VA Ethel Lundberg ' Bernice McKown The Post, the official weekly publication of Franklin High School students, is issued every Friday. Each term it is edited by a staff composed of the best students taking journalism or others who submit commendable work. Although the paper is largely the project of the journalism students, any student is free to make con- tributions of opinion, news, epigrams or jokes. Juniors and seniors desiring a place on the staff should enroll for E9 and EIO. This semester the Post launched an extensive subscription campaign: 675 paid subscriptions were netted. Room CCR received S25 to go toward their Almanacs as a reward for having the highest percentage ofxpzw, subscriptions. V ll 1 tiff. W I' 00'-C. N ir -V--. The Commerce Club is composed of thirty outstanding members of the Commercial Department and was organized to further any work of the department. The Book Exchange is managed by the club each term for the benefit of the students of Franklin, and members of the club are engaged in operating the cash registers in the Cafeteria, in managing the candy counter, and in distributing the Post. Irene Eckstrom, a member of the Commercial Department, won first place in the typing meet at O. S. C. in the novice division. - Foflyvninf I LL my In fa 7 'q'V"l'9i4,. ,B-pfvpf fa6,,,f 47-L. THE ALMANAC JUNE Fourth RowaMcNzlry, Cottingliam. Hicks, Kendall. Ennis, Williumf. Third Row--Hicks, Barkmun, Hamilton, Drake, Ilinz, Krngur. Sffond RnwffVietl1eer. Graff, Kraliman, Teftara. Wood, Clark, Burns. Fin! Row-Mr. Harrington, Clark, Killils, VVilLlrick, Williams, Charles. Third Rn-w-Papazian, Horstman, Drake, Williams, Lnnclell. Secvnd Row-Carlich, Slarker, Karr, Crow, l"el!. First Ra-w+Mr. Harrington, Ferris, Foland, Le Mone, Dana, Ames. Fifty JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Fazzrth Rou'fPe-tersen, 1VInlewwnrth, Srlmemmer, VViyxr, Vnll, Lipscomb. Third Ra'wfKelIcy. Herne. Freyer. Peters. McAlliQrer. Mzlcnxillzlrn. Gaclke. Sfnmzl Row7VieIhecr. Teufcl. Nfcliee. Wlerueirlg. R.cll. Tuwnes, Nymzm, Nfifslick, Fir!! R02UfMr. Hxlrrinplam, Nl:nCDon:lld. W'iese, Durh.1n1. Barnnrml. Stout. Fourth Ruwfpeters, VVolfe. Rnylance, Bendmlh, W'onl. Srhocmmer, Tomphor. Thin! Row-Peterson. Lundberg. Rall, Kell-mg, Miller, Saunders. Thelin, Durham. Srrond Ron'--Slzlnknvitch. Hughes. Kamley. Ncwrncln. Ames, Kraft, Losher, Spzltz. fir!! Rnfc'fiMr. Ilurringlon, Ito, Hzumilh, Morris, Locke, Vvzllker. Vielheer. Fifty-om' THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Th espians The Thespians is one of Mr. Harrington's dramatic classes. The organization meets every day during the first period. During the term, members have reviewed the plays at the Dufwin Theater, performed parts from Shakespeare, prepared one- act plays, and helped in the presenvtion of the Senior Class play. R hetoricians The Rhetoricians, lVIr. Harrington's second period English 7D class, have de- voted their time primarily to the study of parliamentary law, debate, and essentials of public speaking. Every Wednesday during the regular class period the club holds a business meeting, after which a program is presented by various members. Every quarter new officers are elected, thus every member is given an opportunity to hold office. Areopagiticans Mr. Harrington's seventh period English 7D class is known by the name Are- opagiticans. The aim of the club is to master parliamentary law, debate, and the essentials of public speaking. During the regular class period on Wednesday, the club holds its business meeting. When this is complete, a program is presented by various talented members of the class. Dionysians The Dionysians is the fifth period class in dramatics under the direction of Mr. W. G. Harrington. Every Wednesday in the auditorium, the class holds a meeting at which it takes up business concerning the class as a club. The meeting is concluded with a program of plays, musical selections, readings, and recitations contributed by various members. Fifty-Iwo NE '31 THE ALMAN LIV 'vw " 'WJ lr h Sometimes when their ship lies calmed And no wind pujfs out its sails, The pirates take down their thick ship log And read of past glorious tales. Of the flying jq5h of the Cellebes, And the phantom ship ofthe South, And the monsters lying at Capricorn, With jagged jade in their mouth. L iterary 5 NE '31 THE ALMANAC November Outside- A bleak winter evening That grips my very mind with chill If I listen, The wind, Relentless and driving, Makes a whirpool Of the ragged leaves About the winking street-lamp. Restless nature Grinds its lost leaves Bach to dust, But the cheery Undaunted, Blinlzs steadily- While I watch Inside. street-lamp- -WILLETTE if if 1 Oh! wind, that moans unendingf Fog swirling from the sea,' Rain, cold and chilling, You cannot frighten me! Buds that die unfurling, Pierced by icy dart, Dismal earth-brown winter, You cannot break my heart. For love has whispered to me And lures me far from home. A new spring is singing in my hearty With love I sing and roam. Fifty-ive' WILDRICK THE ALMANAC JUNE 31 A THOUGHT IN JADE Like a light-fleeked ripple from the Nile, You dance fleet-footed, gay. Clad in green woodland shadows Like a swaying pine,' bending and dipping. Rhythm of the 'waves in each mo-vement. You stand on high-arched feet To reach ana' hold a 'veil of dawn Before the desiring eyes of man. The wind lends you fleet sandals To keep pace with the glinting Nile, Which reaches out as tho To caress your tiny feet. Shall you go with the dawn Back to the breast of the Nile? Fifty six JUNE '31 THE ALMAN L D ll 1' ll Dum 'with llefr mizlnight frf'.v.w.s' Loosenea' down about her slffnilrfr form, Standing! on ll 'windy fvrnnzfntnry Singiny to her Iowzfr on file sm. Singing .wld and fffrwzzr low rally Carrieil on the 'winged 'wind To her rowing lnwfr on thi' 3611. Lo! fl rlozul from out of hI?fl'l't?I1, lfruzuning like iz giant fozvrrwl aboutf Uyliippizig, lashing her in fury Cmnr the 'wind and zlru-W fha Illllillfll Dura home. -VERA LANG. Fifty-rwen Oh, when the wind sings in the rigging, And the wafoes dance merrily, Then the pirates quit their wicked ways, For an hour of song and play. They don their sashes crimson And rings of beaten gold, .find dance in gay abandon dna' sing their ditties bold. us1b MW " in X ,JG MQW J 5, E1-. 1 Wx Z lv P. P JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC During this term the various organizations in Franklin's Music Department hive furnished music for the following organizations and entertainments CHO-RUS Church Entertainments Old People's Homes Young lWen's Christian Association Young Women's Christian Association Lodges Veterans' Hospital Parent-Teachers' Organizations lwissionary Societies Social Teas and Luncheons ORCHESTRA Assemblies The First Spring lllusic Festival lway Festival The Class Play The High School One-Act Play Contest The Commencement Exercises On April 9, Vivienne Lundell was chosen as Concert All- Northwest High School Orchestra BAND Assemblies Basketball Games State High School Band Contest The First Spring Music Festival The Franklin Daddies, Club The Opening of the National lwusic Filfyvnin Master of the Week PHE ALMANAC JUNE Fourth Rn2I'flNlm1Uzvnxcry. Akers, Olaen, Ilzllrimple, Kilpnrk. Jewel. Hzlrncll. Austin. Thin! Rrm' Mr, Ilenlnn. Bowman, Rapp, Corbin. Clarke. Suvve, Wulflx. Sfmrzzl Raw' Arnett, Plasma. Luornis. Velcle. Hunks, Blake. Liwcrlnnrc, llnlumrk, Kinnel. FIU! Rau'-l'oll.nrv.l, Bmlurinzl. fhriwly. Lunclell. Lee, Mc-issuer. Qlcnkinf. Klmmlnl. Uhlemiller, Fnzfrlh Row'--Snnflcwon, Rlxnyzln. Burnett, Stonelcl. Clark, Bilyeu. Turner. Wvzllker. lllxen. Dallrinlple Third Rnu'7Del Valle. Curlvin, fxlmlwer. Mr. Hunzlik. Towne. Ciis-mnf. Ilnwsun. Bilenu. Smund Rua'--Allsilrx, Gill. Scott. Iurvis. Nlearg. Town, Short. Fir!! Rafi' lvlfklilfl, Ashfielcl, Stuart, Kane, Akers. Bexinutrmn. Sixly JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Orchestra The school orchestra, directed by Carl Denton, a teacher and musician of our city, has made much progress since meeting every day instead of only twice a week as previously. With Harry Barnett as student director, the orchestra has rendered some very interesting numbers at Franklin assemblies. It always furnishes the music between acts at the senior class play and at the graduation exercises. .MEMBERS Violin:-Vivienne Lundell, Ramona Lee, David Montgomery, Betty Jenkins, Raymond jewell, Helen Meissner, Robert Hanks, Harriet Christy, Margaret Pollard, Margaret Ohlemiller, Howard Score, Hope Kinnell, Alice Badurina, Francis Walsh, Carl Gault, Dwight Loomis, Arline McClaren, Francis Arnold, Max Velde, john Plaxeo, John Hancock, Francis Blake, Genevieve Morgan. ' Drum:-Leslie Kane. Baritone-Carl Bowman. Trombone-Vincent Clarke. Clarinet.:--Harold Ager, Everett Repp, Angus McCarl, William L. Corbin. Bars-Stanley Dalrimple. Trumpets-Ernest Akers, Roger Olsen, Melvin Dawson, Gilbert Kilpack. Flute:-Stuart Livermore. Piano-Donna Arnett. Band The Franklin Band is composed of thirty-five Franklinites and is very fortunate in having for its instructor Mr. Leon L. Hanzlik. Besides playing for many of the basketball games, it has furnished entertainment for the majority of the assem- blies, other school entertainments, and civic functions. This organization has had a great deal to do with arousing the enthusiasm of the students. Harry Barnett was elected student leader. At the first of the term the boys practiced hard for the band contest at Corvallis. The members are as follows: Trumpets-Akers, D. Towne, Olsen, Mears, Walker, Beving- ton, Bilyeu, Cain, Dawson, Shortg clarinet:-Ashfield, McCarl, Austin, Schofield, Gill, Corbin, R. Towneg saxaphone:-Sanderson, Del Valle, Runyun, Gibson, Jarvis, Camberg trombone:- Clark, Turner, Prideaug basses-Dalrimple, Harveyg baritone-Bowman, drum:-Kane, Keys, Stewart, Scott. Anyone playing any band instrument is requested to join the band, as new mem- bers are constantly needed. Sixty-one THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Fin! RowflVlr, Walsh, Teulel. Hughes, Hicks, Clark. Killirs. Charles, Durham. Snpnd RowfAshhy, Muneer, Voss, Gorham, Bendroth, Cox, Wordsworth, Hansberry. McKeown. Nlarsh. Third Row-Davis, Bishop. Peterson, McAllister, Henderson. Adams, james, Teuscher, Schlappi, Fike, Petteys, Kirk- patrick, lxellogg. Fourth Ru'wfHunter. Haelliger, Perry, Davis, Springer, Quackenluush. Ilamilton. Kendall. Fields. Fifth Rrztwflhivenmirc. Rodehauizh, Ilamz, Greenwell. Arnett. Repp, Wicklund. McClain. Sixth RowfRunyan, lVIcKay, Austen. Hoffman, Gantenbein, Tilden, McKee, Johnson. Sims, Doane, Ilay. Sfwnth Row-Petersen. Van Beek, Holi, Mirchell. Montgomery, lessen, Hager, Jacobson, Thompson, Kane, Hunter. Bruce, Dalrimple, Clark. Walker, The Chorus The chorus this term is a group of 60 selected voices. They are accomplishing a great deal of special work and will represent Franklin in the city-wide April Festival. The April Festival is the forerunner of what is hoped will be an annual affair. There will be a chorus of about 350 voices, representing the nine high schools of Portland, and an all-high school orchestra. The Festival will be held Friday and Saturday, April 10 and ll, at the Civic Auditorium. The chorus has lived up to its past record and furnished splendid programs not only for assemblies but for special events in and out of school. Sixty-two UNIC '31 THE ALMAN S1',x'!vf!lxr.'r Bronzed fwaists bared to tropie sun, Raven locks blofwn wild and free, Thus the pirates jfght for treasure By the sounding, restless sea. Eyes grow bright with combat. See hofw each one tolls, Both have heard the old law- To the 'victor belongs the spoils. A thletks I JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC I JJ4' Qun'n+F.theI Lundberg Ilrmlrlr-Elsie Lundberg, Dornlliy Burns Train Bmn,r-- l,rincesses+l 'Q i 4 5 ii. Ruth Frederick. Gertrude Gurhum Eleanor Bankowilz Ramona Leo Mzlrion Belll Wvollenalen Bernice Staplelorcl Bethel Nlnrphy. fllay Day Gym Exhibition ,,,gf On lWay l the Franklin Gymnasium was the scene of a royal exhibition. Queen Ethel I and her Princesses held court, and members of the girls' gym classes went through their drills and clog dances. The boys for their part of the frolic showed their powers as tumblers. Sixty-fin: THE ALMANAC JUNE Top-Don Fawcette. Len Moffat, Ernie Akers. jack Killits. Middlt-Johnnie Voll, Joe Harvey. Bob Wertz. Paul Durham, Lowfr-Frank Gadke, Gordy Black, Earl Brooks. Sixty-.fix JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Basketball This year's basketball season was the most successful of any in the last three years. After a poor start, the team played stellar ball and finished in the first division. The team furnished the two biggest upsets of the season by defeating both Jeffer- son and Benson, the league leader and runner-up. ' Night games proved popular, the team playing to capacity crowds at each contest. Financially the season was also a success. With an abundance of Junior material and several veterans still with us, next year's prospects look far from depressing. KILLITS, forward-Captain and high point man of the team, Jack climaxed three years of basketball in a blaze of glory. This is his last year with us. DURHAM, center-After an unsteady start, Paul developed into one of the lead- ing scorers of the team. AKERS, guard-Akers played with the coolness of a veteran, and was always prom- inent in the scoring. This is his second and last year with the squad. FAWCETT, forward-A clever player, a dead shot, and an inspiration to the team. Franklin will miss Don. BROOKS, guard-Earl broke into the line-up after showing his mettle on the Junior squad. Big things are expected of him next year. KLEES, center-Homer came through at the critical moment and saved the game more than once. He has two more years to play. VOLL, guard-Johnny was an outstanding player, and fought till the last minute of play. He received honorable mention for his checking and dribbling ability. I HARVEY, guard-Joe figured in the scoring, and was a mainstay of the team. He has one more year, and should star. MOFFAT, guard-Len broke into the line-up this year and played a cool game of ball. He has one more year. WERTZ, foreward-Bob figured in the scoring in every game that he played. We are sorry to see him leave. BENTLEY, center--Gene fought for all his worth and when in good form looked like an all-star. Gene graduates this June. CHARLES, guard-Tread played hard for the school and made some pretty shots when they were needed most. He has another year. BLACK Cmanagerj -Gordon worked hard and faithfully and deserves a lot of credit for caring for the sometimes thoughtless players. MCNARY fmanagerj-Ken deserves a lot of credit for keeping track of equipment and keeping the gym in readiness for games. Sixly-.vzwn THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Front Rafrfllooper, Bruce, Killits. McLain, Durham, Hicks, joy, o lv. Bark Rnfvflieurge. Polsnn. Bump. Moffat, Ammo, Stroll. Paelzlmlcl. Q Frunt Rau'-Palpzlzixux, Hmm, Short. Ellis. Phillips, Del Yalle, MrRubert. N SLU3'-fighl JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Track Franklin is still producing winning track teams. Prospects at the first of the season seemed poor, but Coach jackson is to be credited with building up a fine com- bination out of his limited material. Next year's outlook is considerably brighter, due to the number of good under-classmen who will return. The big surprise of the season came when the Quakers nabbed the honors at the Invitational Meet at Forest Grove. BRUCE, high jump, high hurdles-Dave showed good form in hurdling and was a consistent point winner in the high jump. KILLITS, hurdles, relay-Jack was one of the mainstays of the team. His gradu- ation leaves a vacancy that will be hard to fill. HICKS Qcaptainj, discus, shot-put, quarter-mile-Len showed good form in the discus, and placed in the shot-put at Eugene. He also ran some great races in the quartervwmile. Len leaves us this year. , HOOPER, mile-Dave is a valuable distance runner, but is not consistent. He will be back next season to run for the Quakers. , LAMB, 100-yard, 220-yard, and 880-yard relay-Dell leaves a good record behind him, and a place that will be hard to fill. KELLY, 220-yard relay, broad jumpfjim is a boy who came up from the Juniors. He is another one who will be missedhnext spring. A SNODGRASS, 220-yard relay, broad jump-'Herschel ran and jumped creditably and will also be missed from future squads. MITCHELSON, half mile-This was Dave's first year and he will be back two more times. Much can be expected from Dave next season. JESTER, 880 relay, 220-yard-Eldon ran a good race and will be back again. MOLESWORTH fmanagerj-Frank helped out a lot this season, and his job was a hard one to fill. SCHAEFER Cmanagerj-Al also was a fine manager. This is a tough job, but Al held it down admirably. WIGG, high jump-Bob was a fine jumper, but he didn't come out until late. That was too bad, because he might have been a champion if he had worked all season. CHAMBERS, quarter-mile-This was Chambers' first year of track and his last. With a little more experience he would have been one of the team's star performers. GILMORE, half-mile-Stan was a consistent winner, and one who put everything he had into the race. FREYER, half-mile-This is Cecil's last year of track. When in good form, he was hard to beat. WOLF, 220 and 880-yard-Jimmy fought hard and we are sorry that he will not be back next year. HOFF, shot-put-"Big Bill" heaved the "pig-iron" like nobody's business. MCCLURG, shot-put-Stan was another member of the shot-put relay team, and helped Franklin score points. MCLAIN, shot-put-Al's adeptness at heaving the shot was surprising. This is his last year. Sixly-nin THE ALMANAC JUNE Bark Row-Dyer, Couingham, Hoff. Jliddlr Row-Kellogg, Wheelon, Peters, Hurst. Cale. Front Raw-ho, Enna, Barrett, Baird, Sanderson. Bark Row-Clauss, Sutherland, Gilman, Short. Jlflirlrllr Row-Srroh, McLain, Yvood. Miller, Short. Front Row-Jewel, Phillips, Maben, Brooks, Berry. Swrnly JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Wrestling Franklin's wrestling squad made a good record this year under the coaching of Rein Jackson. The team nearly proved the Waterloo of Benson, the state champions, and was undoubtedly the next best team in the state. This sport is increasing in popularity every year at Franklin. Every boy should know something of the art of self-defense. lt is a wonderful body-builder and a good conditioner for other sports. Although several of the mat artists are graduating, there are others well able to fill their places. Coach Jackson has much under-graduate material on the squad, thus assuring good teams for the future. TTO, 105 lbs.-Al made a letter his first year out, and is expected to be with the team several more years. KELLOGG, 125 lbs.-ln his first year out, Kellogg earned his letter and received a nice ucaulillowered ear" for his eliorts. llluch is expected of him next year. HURST, 125 lbs.-Al went through the season without a defeat. He is a very clever performer and is always popular with the fans. BARRETT, 150 lbs.-This year's captain, and wrestling his last year for the school, Gene could always be depended upon to put up a good fight. BAIRD, 125 lbs.-This was Baird's second year of wrestling. He was a hard lighter and a clever little Wrestler. HOFF, 190 lbs.-Bill won all of his matches this season. This is his third and last year of the mat sport, and he leaves a vacancy that will be hard to fill. PETERS, 150 lbs.-Don was one of the hardest fighters on the team and one of the most colorful. This is Don's last year, and we are sorry to see him leave. ENNA, 112 lbs.-ln his first year of wrestling, Enna developed into one of the best men on the squad. He should go great next year. DYER, 135 lbs.--Verge was a quick and clever man, a consistent winner, and a hard fighter. This is his last season of wrestling. COTTINGHAM, 160 lbs.-Two years of earnest effort made Tom a tough opponent for the best of them. This is Tom's last year. WHEELON, 105 lbs.-A clever little fellow who showed his ability by coming from behind to win. Big things are expected of him next year. CATE-ilflanager Acton was Coach Jacksonls right-hand man. He is to be seen another season-only in the role of a wrestler, not as a manager. Junior Basketball "Pop" George's well-trained Juniors lost only one game this season. Each man played for all he was worth with the idea of breaking into the first string. Several of them succeeded, and those who did not will probably help make up the varsity squad next season. Sm-i nly A .41-. A THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 was .3 k W Rail' Razz'-fvllertz, Thelin. Pzlelzholnl. lWr'Ql1aicl, Bllrrs. Dillon. fron! Ruff' R, Beckman. l'. Hr-fkinan. Kuykenclzlll. xl. Ronald, R. Rnnillrl. Tennis This year's tennis season brought to light a lot of promising material. The players were handicapped by lack of convenient courts for practicing, yet they always gave their opponents a hard battle. lnterest in this sport is increasing, and the day is looked forward to when Frank- lin will have her own tennis courts. Tennis is the only interscholastic sport in which girls participate. The girls upheld their end of the schedule, being more successful than the boys. lllr. Dillon was the faculty adviser and coach for the team this year. Sfrrrxfv-I-st-n L.. .. , - JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Baseball This year's baseball team was of championship caliber. But for a poor start, they would no doubt have walked off with the pennant. Franklin was one of the two teams to defeat Commerce. You were O. K. this year, but let's bring home the pennant next year. WILLIANIS, pitcher-Elmer played in the outfield as well as on the mound. He was one of the heaviest hitters on the team. He will be missed next year. VOLL, shortstop-A consistent player and a heavy hitter. Injuries, which kept him out of the line-up half of the season, cost Johnny his chance for all-star. KLEES, first base-Homer played an air-tight game of ball at first base. He has two more seasons of baseball at Franklin. HICKS, pitcher-Louie kept them baffled by his deceptive slants, and more than once saved the game by his work at the bat. This is his fourth and last year with the squad. DYER, third base-Verge covered third base well, and when in good form was a heavy hitter. WERNSING, left field-Kenny broke into the line-up in spite of an injured shoul- der. Tough luck, Kenny. CLAUSS, center field-Ed played errorless ball, and made some good hits. He credits his success to "Granger." ERWIN, catcher-Eldred's work behind the bat deserves special mention. But for a poor start, he would have been one of the team's leading hitters. COX, right field-Cox played a bang-up game in the outfield. He was often sent in as a pinch hitter. KOCH, first base and shortstop-One of the best infielders in the city, Ray was kept out of the line-up most of the season because of a knee injury. In the games that he played, he hit the ball all over the lot. REID, field-This is Reid's first year of baseball. Watch this fellow next year. BROOKS, shortstop-This was Earl's first year on the team, and he did well. He will probably hold down a regular position next year. SHUNKE, outfield-Bill is only a Freshman, but he shows promise for next year. WICKLUND, pitcher-"Wick" made a good record on the mound this year. We are sorry to see him graduate. JOHNSON, pitcher-Al pitched with the coolness of a veteran. He will be back next year. JEE, pitcher-This is Russ' last year with the team, and he leaves a vacancy that will be hard to fill. Szvmlyathrrf THE ALMANAC I 1 I NE '31 .J Third Rowm-Hiatt, Latshnw, Ferrel, Drake, Gallagher, Richards, YVoozl. Snond Ron'-Barr, Kaufer, Berryman, Philp, Hunsaker. Sthelik, Bruce, Olsen. Fin! Rowf-Mason, Mason, McKay, Mrs. Burke, Le Mons, Lehman, Poynter, Gutter. Fonflh Rau'-Couinglxam, McCreight, Hanson, Plaxco, Shiogi, Haefliger, Erskine, Spear, Gnllickson, Phillips. Third RUw'l'wf0Sl, Lamb, Gudmunson, Young, Brown, Enna, jones, Mickley. Sfmnzl Raw-Gainer. McGilvra, Menaske, Ross, Hoff, Tice. MacRoberts. Firxt Rou'fPhillips, Heitschmisll, Singleton, Budunell, Mounce, Lowenlhal, Baird. Svzfrnly-four JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC - Pentathlon ......ETHEL LE MONE .........BETTY LEHMAN President .,........,,..,..,,. ............... ..A......,,.,......., .... Vice-President ....,.......... Secretary-Treururer ........ .,.......,........... R AMONA LEE ........AUDREY DRAKE Editor ....,........................ .......,,,..,.., Adviser ...,,.,.,.............,.......A................A.........,................ Mus. CLARA G. BURKE Pentathlon, an organization for promoting physical education at Franklin, was organized in 1924 under the leadership of Mrs. Clara G. Burke. The aim of each member is "A sound mind for a sound body." The member- ship is limited to thirty girls. Any third-term girl who has won her letter and who has been accepted by the club members is open to membership. New members are initiated at a formal banquet every fall. Various activities constitute the term's work. The leaders assist Mrs. Burke and Miss Mary Poynter, new assistant, in teaching apparatus, games, Danish ex- ercises, beginning and advanced clogging. Each year is completed with a picnic to which all prospective members are invited. Each month a party is given. H lVIiss Poynter, who took the position of Mrs. Peznecker, has successfully ful- filled the position this term. She has contributed greatly to the success of the club. Smztegors The Strategors are the boy gym leaders of Franklin. The purpose of the club is to train a limited number of boys so that each becomes expert in the kind of physical exercise which he is best fitted for. The leaders can then in turn teach the other boys so that they may carry on this excellent work when the present leaders graduate. These leaders have been taught how to get the idea that the only kind of work done in the gym is wands and dumbell drills out of the new student's mind. Frank- lin physical education includes basketball, apparatus work, and military drill. The boy gym leaders meet every Tuesday and Thursday during the study period in the gymnasium under the leadership of ll-Ir. Owen T. Carr. Sewnly-for THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 REIN JACKSON LARRY DEVLIN i ff-I-1 x. , F1 R f. . 'I f 4' 'fig' ., H 'Sports Calendar JANUARY 27-Qpening the basketball season, Franklin squad fails to "click" prop- erly and loses to Washington, 17 to 12. JANUARY 30-ln a thrilling night game, Franklin's hoopers lose to the strong Jefferson team, 22-20. JANUARY 31-Wrestling team wins opening match of season by trouncing Oregon City, 102-68. FEBRUARY 3-Basketball boys Win first game. Defeat Lincoln, 23-18. FEBRUARY 6-Commerce defeats Franklin, 24-17. FEBRUARY 7-Salem second string loses to Franklin second, 2-1--25. FEBRUARY 10-Grant's sharpshooting basketball men defeat Quakers, 19-13. FEBRUARY 11-Wrestling team defeats Sandy by a score of 86-38. FEBRUARY 13-Quakers upset the dope by defeating title-bound Benson hoop- sters, 23-26. Night basketball games prove popular. Spring grid practice launched. FEBRUARY 16-Bone-Crushers win seven out of nine matches with Jefferson. FEBRUARY 17-Quakers win another basketball game. Roosevelt 15, Franklin 27. FEBRUARY 20-ln the biggest upset of the season, varsity basketball squad defeats league-leading Jeffs, 18-17. FEBRUARY 21-ln a return match, bone-Crushers again defeat Sandy, 39-97. FEBRUARY 24-Quakers get revenge on Washington. Score: 24-21. FEBUARY 25-Quaker wrestlers lose close match to Benson. Score: 83-72. FEBRUARY 27-Lincoln goes down to defeat at hands of Quaker hoop team, 15-25. NIARCH 3-Grant wins over Franklin in a basketball game by a score of 31-25. NIARCH -1-Quaker mat artists lose overwhelmingly to Benson, due to injuries on the squad, 91-41. RIARCH 6-Benson hoopsters trounce Quakers, 37-19. ATARCH 10-Franklin ends basketball season defeating Roosevelt, 37-29. NIARCH 12-Jefferson and Benson go to Salem for State Basketball Tournament. RTARCH 16-First baseball turnout. Coach Devlin says prospects look good. APRIL 2-ln a pre-season game, the baseball team defeats Gresham, 7-1. Sfwnly away lf ,ff WWWM' JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY BASEBALL 7-Franklin 2, Roosevelt 3. 10-Franklin 5, Commerce 1. 13-Franklin 21, Washington 16-Franklin 2, Jefferson 4. 20-Franklin 6, Grant 4. 23-Franklin 11, Lincoln 10. 27--Franklin 5, Benson 2 30-Franklin 5, Roosevelt 3. 6, Commerce 7. 12, Washington 2. 12, Jefferson 1. 8, Grant 11. 7, Lincoln 2. 4, Benson 9. 5. 4-Franklin 7-Franklin 1 1-Franklin 14-Franklin 18-Franklin 25--Franklin TRACK APRIL 9--Triangular meet with Washington and Hill Military. Franklin second. APRIL 18-Vancouver Relay Carnival. Franklin second place-35 schools. APRIL 25-Franklin's athletes place prominently in Oregon Relay Carnival. MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY 58 MAY MAY 2-City Relays. Franklin, 9 points to score third. TENNIS 4-Roosevelt-Franklin: Girls, R F3 Boys R F. 6-Lincoln-Franklin: Girls, L-3 F-0, Boys, L-2 F-1. 11-jefferson-Franklin: Girls, J-2 F-19 Boys, J-3 F-0. 13-Grant-Franklin: Girls, G-2 F-13 Boys, G-3, F-0. 18-Washington-Franklin: Girls, W-2 F-lg Boys, W-0 F-3 20-Benson-Franklin: Girls, ................ 9 Boys, B-3 F-0. 25-Commerce-Franklin: Girls, C-l F-25 Boys C-2 F-1. 9-State Track and Field Meet at Corvallis. Franklin was seventh out of schools. 15-Franklin was fourth out of 30 schools. 16-Northwest Invitational Track and Field Meet at Pacific University. Franklin won the meet--31 points to win from 31 contestants. MAY 22-City Track and Field Meet. Franklin was fifth, with 1656 points. Seventy- Here he stands about to smile 'Tis a deadly pirate sin, But jokes and features beyond this Hafve almost made him grin. He knofw's the captain's watching, But 'when he goes afway The pirate 'will enjoy this book With laughter. bright and gay. Lv page Features YNE '31 THE ALMANAC VV:1i!im: for ci Street Car Our Dual klusl Strolling Fran and Duke We Are Three-Bums Ain'l Love Grand? Picking Daisies Minnie the Nlermaicla The Four Horsemen .X Gay Caibalerm Sweet Girl Graduate Stairs Dm-.'n by the River Siile The llmldle Syircm lliyh Schiml Hero Our Gang Rogues' Gallery Sr':'f'n!y-nim' THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Jake fto garage manj: "I Want a quart of oil put in my carf' Garage man: "What kind, heavy?" ji Jake: "Don't get fresh with me, or I'll punch your nose." BK ik 916 Jack Medlar: "I just bumped my crazy bonef' Gen. Rall: "Just comb your hair right and the bump won't show." if -Ik ik Billie Wildrick: "I had the dandiest nut sundaef' Jean Bennet: "I'm going out with one tonight." 916 -JK SIE Betty B.: "I wouldn't go with you if you were the last man on earth." Jack K.: "I know it: you would probably get killed in the rush." an an an Dorothy Vietheer: "After his behavior yesterday, I'll never go fishing with him again." Helen Geisler: "Heavens, what did he do?" Dorothy V.: "Oh! He just fished." az are as Ernest Jones Cbreathlesslyj: "Doctor, can you help me? My name is Jones-" Doctor: "No, I'm sorry, I simply can't do anything for that." -JK -JK 'JK' Ada L. Root: "Alas, the dime novel has gone. I wonder where it's gone to?" Winifred Ayers fcynicallyjz "Oh, it's just gone up to a dollar and ninety cents." as an an hir. Harrington: "Now then, We're all ready: run up the curtain." Grant Kelley fthe stage handj: "Say, what are you talking about-run up the curtain-think I'm a blooming monkey?" Eighty JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Slueikx Naune Il :mel IIE Yuurs Svlreamv Dunn 011 Llezall mei Sure am' illi mel "'I-lm Iikwyf' Uhf Uhf Our Dean Couple nf Kids Stun-Kiffml Bluff: .mal Viv fhirk "l'.ulf' Wh., ww- llml: Pike! Vmk ul Bust llJl!lL1S0l'llP lL'ff'f1lv-nm THE ALMANAC JUNE '31 Mrs. Casebeer: 'KWell, what are you late for?" David lVI.: "For class, I guess." ' an are ue "It's the little things in life that tell," said Lucille Novack as she dragged her little sis out from under the davenport. -1- il! if Mrs. Word: "Eugene, will you stop muttering ?" Gene Bentley: "Does the word 'mutters' originate from 'mutt'?" Mrs. Words: "It must: only mutts mutter." ill- -if il! hlark lllontgomeryz "You are in my mind constantly." Rae Ager: "Gee, you make me feel awfully small." sr ae as P. Durham: "Oh, I sing a little just to kill time." Vera Lang: "Say, you surely have a good Weapon." -JIS BK if Nellie Hughes: "And at the end of the letter, he put a couple of X's. What does he mean ?" Ken McNary: "Simple girl! It means he's double-crossing you." as ar an 'iHeyl Dlya know Ida?,' "Ida who?" "I dunno-3' ik- Bl? il! Margaret Peterson: "I wonder where all the men are who can dance?'7 Glen Gething:"'Dancing with all the girls Who can dance, I guess." lfiglrlx'-lfwu JUNE '31 THE ALMANAC Sfhool Calendar ,IANUARY 27- New term starts with large enrollment of approximately 1740 students. FEBRUARY 3- Franklin quintet takes Lincoln into camp. FEBRUARY I9- Franklin Daddies' Club organizes. FEBRUARY 25 - Vodvil proves big success. FEBRUARY 25 - First parents' visiting day of the spring term. Twenty-five parents visit. MARCH 13 - Dean Anderson made editor of the Post. KIARCH 20-21 - Country Fair put over in fine shape by I-Ii Y boys. INIARCH 27 - Dean Anderson, Winifred Ayers and lVIel Arnold enter national Quill and Scroll contest. APRIL 3 - Thornton Call wins Constitutional contest at Franklin. APRIL 8 - Eta Rho and Delta Beta Phi make the Fashion Follies a big success. APRIL 10- Vivienne Lundell and Ramona Lee take high positions in Northwest High School Orchestra at Spokane, Washington. APRIL I4- Rlargret Ohlemiller wins third prize in On To Oregon letter writing contest. APRIL 17 - Constance Lovell wins Oregon historical contest essay. APRIL 24 - Ethel Lundberg elected Queen of Klay. APRIL 29 - January '32 class organizes. Stanley Gilmore elected president. RIAY 1- Gym exhibition given with all its pomp and splendor. llIAY 8 and 9- The Thirteenth Chair, senior class play given with many thrills and heart beats. IWAY 18 - Margaret Petersen is elected Franklin's Rose Princess. IYIAY 18 -- Franklin Castillo elected January '32 Almanac Editor. Eighty-Ihr I 1 Z- X ' V Hs' Qy vJfLf'f I 4' f' I r-kg .,-..f L, v""""X-' - I MANAC ,TUNE '31 Six . 4' ' uwgr S QQMLJ . ., ZTZM Q ,,,,.,,,:g'zfwf , , - ,JA We ZMJMXQM WCW ' WW fwfww, 5wW',il M6533 5 0 2 E zghty-fo ur C "Nikki W M K I '71 NE '31 THE ALMANAC Autographs vi 5' .7 qeyabdf ,xf f ' k ,f iff, ., , , ,gl J" M 's fi 's' P Q I THE ALMANAC .TUNE '31 Appreciation Members of the Almanac staff wish to extend to the following: Their gratitude to Mrs. Alice L. Casebeer, the financial adviser, for her un- tiring effort to make this magazine a financial success. Their appreciation to Miss Driscoll, the art adviser, whose artistic resourceful- ness made it possible to carry out the theme of this Almanac, and to Lois Mower, Helen Switzer, lklargery Armitage, Paulyn Tomfohr, John Gudmundson, and Dorothy Franceen their thanks for the weary hours they spent making the inserts for our book. To Mrs. Word, the literary adviser, our appreciation for her kindly advice and criticism and the time spent in the betterment of the Almanac. To Mr. Hunt of Dimm 85 Sons Printing Co. our heartfelt gratitude for the hours of patient explanation and service which has made it easier to publish this Almanac. To the faculty our appreciation for their willing co-operation. To the students our thanks for the loyal way in which they have offered their support and aided the staff in their efforts to make this June '31 Pirate Almanac a success. Eighly-:ix NE '31 THE ALMANAC Eigfllv-www: THE ALMANAC JUNE My ,W JW' Mljffivifw fy! Peterson 81 Schon Engraving Co. Group Photos by Stevens Portraits by Aune Studio Press of Dimm 8c Sons Printing Co. Portland, Oregon Eighty- fight


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