Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1943
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In choosing "Victory" as the theme for this
copy of the Benjamin Franklin Almanac, we
express the earnest desire of each one of us for
an early victory over our enemies. With many
recent Franklin High triumphs in mind, we
honor them also in this theme.
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the armed forces, this Almanac is respectfully
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"lie thou faithful unto death . . ."
Not until the final word was written and the last column added up did she lay aside
her task. The enduring spirit of her lives on, a beacon light to those who follow.
As is usual with great characters, she disliked publicity. Her recompense was in
boosting others to the top of the ladder. But the visible, concrete fruit of her labors
pays well-deserved recognition to a rare teacher.
For many years Miss Pauline McElvain served in her classroom at Franklin. In
her early teaching days, she coached students in dramatics and directed the class plays.
One of her chief joys was athletics.
studied in France to become better
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Top honors were reaped by both
efforts. The Post owes her a debt
Thorough in all that she did, Miss Mclilvain
versed in the language which she taught. The
of Latin also were tamed by her guiding hand.
typing and shorthand teams through her tireless
of gratitude, as she enabled it to collect several
hundred dollars in back payments. And before she left, she balanced the school budget
to the last cent.
Unwilling to accept defeat, Miss Mclilvain was at her post of duty when critically
ill. But it was not defeat. It was merely the end of her task. With her passing last
summer, the school lost a gracious friend and considerate counselor.
Faithful to the smallest job and loftiest duty-there is no higher tribute. Thus the
book of her life was closed, with all accounts balanced.
Including Principal Fry, Vice-Prin-
cipal Campbell, Dean Wilson, the
Faculty, and the Student Body Of-
Principal Charles A. lfry had been here
a year before our classes met him. During
these last four years we have seen many
new developments under his excellent lead-
ership and guidance. Now that our senior
classes are graduating, we realize that we
had a great privilege in having a man like
Hr. lfry to help us organize and guide us
over the obstacles in our way. VVe will be
forever grateful to him.
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The senior classes met Vice-Principal
Donald Campbell nearly two years ago and
recognized him as a fine fellow and an
excellent leader from the beginning. He
has helped the seniors immensely in organ-
izing, and the senior classes wish him the
best of luck and success in the future.
The girls of our senior classes know what
a wonderful woman and an excellent guide
is after four years under the guidance of
Dean lflla lf. VVils0n. Through her guid-
ance clubs she has instilled in every girl the
ideals of good citizenship. As our classes
leave, Dean YVilson carries on, leading the
girls of future Franklin graduating classes.
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"The faculty required subjects" is a term used to denote teachers of English, history,
mathematics, and science, It is these teachers who equip the students with the learning
which our course of study considers essential for graduation.
llow 1 Miss Smlth, Mlss llelnlmrt, Miss lllelmr-ls, Miss Mnrshalll, Miss Nelklrk, Mr. Ridgeway, Mlss Harding,
Miss Heist, Mrs. L. Scott.
Row LL-Mrs. Glover, Miss Small, Mrs. 'llllll'Nl0ll, Miss A. Townsentl, Mrs. Craven, Mr. Eekhnrdt, Mrs. Flood.
Mrs. Ollver, Mrs. Miller. Mr. Ennu.
lion Ji Mlss Tse-lmrner, Mr. lllllon. Miss Collins, Mrs. Mlnlelly. Mlss Il. Zimmerman, Miss Meliay. Miss
Meliereher, Mrs. Allurtl, Mr. Mnnning, Miss Ynnnpr.
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ln addition to the required subjects many students wish to learn arts and skills
which, while not required, are of great value in rounding out a student's training.
This group of teachers are those who instruct in languages, art, music, physical educa-
tion. domestic science, and the manual arts.
Row lfMlss M. Townsend, Mrs. Puselreer, Miss Mnille, Mrs. Arnold, Miss Fox, Miss Ennes, Mlss Keck.
Row 2- Mr. White. Mlss Snmtz, Mlss Roller, Mr, Soutlnrivk. Mr Walsh, Mr. Emlzh, Mr. Wilson. Mr. FOX.
Ibm' Ili-Mrs. llvornk, Mrs. Ill:-klnson, Miss Ilrlsvoll. Mrs, Murray. Mr. llylnholnl, Mr. Ilrllen, Mr. Matson.
Klaintenance of Franklin's campus and building and the handling of the cafeteria
are the respective jobs of the members of the Service Staff. We salute these men and
women who have been carrying on effectively in spite of insufficient help and equip-
Ron 1 Mr. Young, Mrs. Thninpsnn, l'. Hurrn-r, Mrs. 'l'lnunpson. A. Jones, Mr. Latshnw.
Mas. W1LsoN MR. CAMPBELL
Miss MARSHA , MR. Souruwlcx
Mas. Scorr MR. NIANNING
Mus. Ouvnn MR. RIDGEWAY
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officers, and group pictures of the
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l,:ite in Oetoher, Ill-l-2. the june, ll?-H, grzidiiziting elziss was offieizilly orgziiiifed.
qX1'ter il ezirefiil k'0llSl1ll'l'1lfl0Il of L'Zlllllill1lI'CS, the elziss elected officers to guide them
tlirougli their senior term.
Nlemhers of the june, I9-H, elziss have heen pi'o1niiient in school life siiiee their
zirrirxil :lt lffillllillll in September, 1959: :miong other zietirities, they have helped to
stall l"r:iiikliii's paper Mlihe Post" as it gained l,2lCClN2llil'I' :uid :xll-XXl11i'l'lCZlll ziwzirds.
performed on :ill champion athletic teams, been selected :is hasehzill. foothzill. :md
basketball QXII-Stairs, presented the class play "Hay l"ever," and assisted in the two
lllllfi student body card drives of the I9-12-45 year.
A highlight of the hlune, I0-H, class came with the selection of one of the members,
'Priiieess Put' Rzidzihziugh, as l"rruikliii's candidate for Rose lfestivzil Queen.
As the Alune, I0-H, gl'ZllllIZll'lllg Class joins the host of other Classes which once ro:imed
l"rzuikliii's hall. its members feel that they will always remember mid he influenced hy
the happy days they spent at their Alma hlziter, :uid they hope they will :ilwnys prow'
worthy Alumni of Ifrzuiklin High School.
Acktaa, Aaxoto: Grand Forks, North Dakota, Central llighg lce
llockey '-Hg Aeronautical Engineering.
Axneaksox, Ronsm' S'r.xxl.m': Groutg Quaker Clubg lli-Yg Royal
Order of F Treasure-rg Globe Trottersg Football '41, '4-23 Fire
Squadg Oregon State.
ANDERSON, VVARD: Richmondg Almanac Business Manager: Quill
and Scrollg Room Repg Student Body Officeg Catalyst Club
Presidentg Torch YQ Scholarshipg l'niversity of Oregon.
Axmus'l', BILL: Sunnysideg Service Squad: junior Tt'.tck, 405
Soccer, '-l0g Draft.
ARMES, NORMA: Crestong Pentathlon Secretary: Aurorasg Nurses
.lXlZYOl.I7, I.,t Vox: Missoula, Montana, lligh: Band, Salesman-
shipg Globe Trottersg XNork.
li-xrowlx, llowako limtckv: Creston: Room RL-pg Torch Yg llandg
Orchestrag Post Circulation Staffg Almanac Salesman: Stamp
Clubg Army Air Corps.
ll.xuNr2'r't', l'lll.I.Z Glencoeg Lettermang Salesmanshipg Glohc Trot-
tersg Tradi '40, '-l-1, '42, '-L33 Football '-Hg Ski Cluhg Room
li.nz't't.ts1x, MARY l,ticn.l,t1: Crestong Auroras: llreppersg Post Re-
porterg Almanac Salesmang Tri-YQ Delta Mu Kappag Oregon
Haut-:Rl.x', BE'l'l'Y: St. Mary's of the Valley Academy: liandg Yell
Leaclerg Choirg Basketballg VVork.
Bl-ck, Vlkrstxta Makin: Binnsmeadg Aurorasg Bowling Clultg
Skating Clubg VVAACS.
litko, VERIJA M.: Overton, Nebraska, llighg Scholarship: Dt-an's
lhftaxaszn, Lots lVIAR-IORIEZ Crestong Auroras Treasurerg Preppers
Vice-Presitlentg A. G. S. Councilg Tri-Y Vice-l'residentg Delta
Mu Kappa Sergeant-at-armsg Oregon State College.
lima, VIERXX M.: Oakridge llighg Defense VVork.
IILAIR, ROBERT: Sunnysideg Ski Clubg Room Repg Truck 'Wg
limtvlxs, JAMIZSZ Gresham llighg Navy Air Corps.
lil.0OMQLFlS'I', A1.m:k'l',x: VVoodstockg Business College.
liokst, NVANIM MAE: Crestong Wlork.
liovflsx, liRMA AlliANZ NVoodmercg Pentathlon Secrctaryg Auroras
President: liandg Room Repg A. G. S. Council: Trefoilg
' G. A. A.g Oregon State College.
llowx, Lots MAY: joseph Laneg Correspondence Club Secretary:
Tri-Y Secretaryg Scholarshipg Almanac Typist: Student Body
Officeg Aurorasg Globe Trottersg Business College.
littowlak, STERLING LERoY: Milton, McLoughlin lfnion llighg
Bandg Choirg Boys' Gleeg Orchestrag l'ndecided.
BROWN, l.UCll.l.E Mai: Lentsg Aurorasg St. Helens Hall.
liituwmts, Bm.: Kelloggg District Managerg Draft.
lhtx'aN'l', Roscoe liawknz Vlloodstockg Masque and Gavelg Cam-
era Club President: Salesmanship Club Sergeant-at-armsg
Track '-003 VVillamette Cniversity.
BURRI-im., jHAN Eloise: liinnsmeadg Aurorasg 4--ll Corresponding
C.xMi'm:1.x., Makomtx' Mme: joseph Kelloggg Delta Mu Kappag
Aquilasg Sodalitas Latina Secretaryg G. A. A.g Almanac Sales'
mang Scholarshipg l'niversity of Oregon.
Cixkwik, Uvvexnowx li.: joseph Laneg Scholarshipg Room Repg
Aurorasg A. G. S. Councilg 'I'refoil Presidentg Oregon State
CASH, l-ivislxx j.: Arletag Pentathlon Sergeant-at-armsg Guliek
Vice-Presidentg Room Repg Auroras Treasnrerg Class Play
Property Managerg College.
Casla, Rlcniutn flORNlil.lUSZ Gleneoeg Ski Clnbg Deltoidg Room
Repg Almanac Salesmang Service Squad Presidentg Oregon
CIIADVVICK, Mokxa j.: Arletag Pentathlon Presiclentg Gnlick
Treasurerg Auroras Secretaryg Oregon State College.
CllRlS'l'liNSHX, lliauex j.g Oleneoeg Guliekg Aurorasg College.
CLARK, Aim jaxk: Freewater, Pleasantviewg Tri-Y Secretaryg
Scholarshipg Student Body Officeg Secretarial VVOrk.
Con-'mg BEUIAIIZ Vestalg Salesmanship Clubg Globe Trottersg
Pep Clubg Anrorasg College.
Coi.i.nak, Maru' l?1,iz.xnia'rn: Rit-hmondg Anrorasg Spanish Clnbg
Citockwlerl., Snlklm' M.: Crestong Anrorasg VVork.
l5A11.m', Cnasriettz Boise, ldalio, junior llighg Scholarship: Ten-
nis '41, '42g Torch Yg Basketball, '-l-Og Oregon State College.
l,ANllil.SON, IIELMHR: l.t-ntsg Bible College.
Davis, joswn A.: lrvingtong Army.
l7r:.-xvsala, jL'axl'1'A jmx: joseph Lane: Aurorasg Trefoil Presi-
dent: Dean's Office: Nurses Training.
Dia Luca, RUHI: Our Lady of Sorrowsg Anrorasg Class Play
General Manager 3 VVork.
l3E'1'l.mfseN, Maatzakm' E.: Eugene lrlighg Correspondence Clubg
'1'1'xr:xsoN, lifumuu: Arletag Scholarshipg Vndecided.
DI I,ORE'l'0, EUGENE PETER: Creston: Spanish Club Vice-President:
Orchestra: Portland Cniversity.
liotfclmrry, CoI.I.EEN SIIANNDN: Creston: Band: Orchestra: G.
A. A., Sergeant-at-arms: Delta MII Kappa President: Prep-
pers: Tri-Y: Auroras: Latin Club: Oregon State College.
DRYER, FREDERICK JAY: Glencoe: Band: Room Rep: Catalysts:
Service Squad: Sodalitas Latina: Deltoid: Track '43: Army
DLJRIAND. COE IRVING, JR.: Glencoe: Almanac Salesman: Junior
llaseball '40: Class Play: Navy.
Dyck, VVESLEY VICTOR: Grout: Class Play Cast: Navy Air Corps.
IEMIC, CTVVENIDOLYN MARIE: Omaha, Nebraska, Central lligb:
IZNGHL, EDVVARD l.: Arleta: Band Student Leader, President:
Track '42: Catalysts: Class Play Cast: Almanac Salesman:
l'niversity of Oregon.
ITIQICKSON, CURT: Lents: Illuminati: Scholarship: Room Rep:
Service Squad: Catalysts: Basketball '41, '42: Track '42, '43:
Band Student Director: Orchestra: Deltoid: Reed College.
I'1RIeksoN, JAMES! Woodstock: Quaker Club Vice-President: Ili-Y
Vice-President: Fire Squad: Room Rep: California Institute
i'iS'l'HS, Iinwattn I:VlERliT'l'Z Kellogg: StIIdent Body Vice-l'rt-sident:
Post Reporter: Fire Squad HoIIorary Chief: June '43 Class
Treasurer: Scholarship: Class Play Costumes: l'niversity of
F.IL'ce'I'I', KARLEEN: Enterprise High: College.
FISHER, JIM: Woodstock: June '43 Class President: Ili-Y Presi-
dent: Inter-City I'Ii-Y Council Vice-President: Fire Squad
Chief: Illuminati Vice-President: Football '39, '40, ,'4l, '42:
Track '4-2: Royal Order of F Vice-President: Officers Candi-
date School, l'. S. Navy.
FIX, PAT: Hoquiam, NVashington, High: Tri-Colore: VVork.
FI.I-1IsCIIIvIAN, TlIX'RAZ Estacada Union High: Scholarship: Busi-
ness Manager: Room Rep: Work.
I"oI.EEN, LII.I,lAN: Mt. Tabor: Auroras: 4-ll President: Scholar-
FoN'I'.xINI2, JosEPII FIQHOMAS, JR.: Richmond: Hi-Y: Quaker Club:
Royal Order of F: Baseball '41, '42, '43, All City: Fire Squad'
Service Squad: Room Rep: Navy.
FoUs1', EvEI.I.YN: VVoodstock: Auroras: NVork.
lfox, IEDvI'III2: Gilbert: Auroras: Band: VVork.
Fox, ELRANOR: Gilbert: Auroras Vice-President: G. A. A. Vice-
President: Basketball '4l: Softball '40, '4l: Room Rep: Band-
fiAN'I'ENBEIN, TRUMAN: Hosford: l'. S. Coast Guard.
GIQIIRIG, EDWARD: Creston: Scholarship: Room Rep: Service
Squad: Almanac Salesman: Football '4-3: College.
Illil-IR, XV111,1xx1 R.: Glencoe, Masque and Gavel, Service
Squad, Catalystsg Social Science, Scholarship, Vested Choirg
llperag Music Contest, Rolxcson Chorus, Reed College.
1-TXTRN, 1i1f.x'1'R1c1f: l.t-lvanun llighg Nurses Training.
11,lNlNK, 1411.11 kk'llllll1l1t'1't', liantl Student Director, President:
Sotlalitas 131111111 1'1'CS1lll'llf1 1200111 Rep, Track '39, '40, '41, '-423
Royal Order ol lfg Class Play Cast, Deltoitlg Service Squadg
Ski Clulug Navy Air Corps.
ltluxoxlft, l'll1 1.1.1s: joseph 1.aneg Auroras, Correspondence Clulag
Room Rep, Tri-Y, Scholarship, VVork.
R1'1u1s, Nlllllklilt 11.xRk11i'1': Brooklyn, Tri-Colureg Scholarship,
ixlll'll1'1lN, L'orrespolidence Club, l'niversity of w'HSh111gI11I1.
t'111,k1-3, .'kX'1'l11XE1"1'1-12 Woodinereg Pentathlong Aurorasg Masque
aurl Gavel, Tennis '40, '41, '42, '43, Captain, Room Rep, Band
Secretary g Operettag l'nix'e1'sity of Oregon.
t's1.11-sox, 1,o1uu1x1': Ulencoeg .'x111'U1'1lS, College.
XASIAI, f'1..XR1-'SCH li.: Casselton, North Dakota, Lincoln High,
llmziaookx, l'X1R1L'l.X N11iR1.EZ Kellogg, Delta Beta Phi, Aurorasg
Altnaiiac Art litlitorg Post Circulation Managerg Scholarship,
ll.u4141s, l1,Ul11 D.: Glencoe, Ski Cluhg Globe Trotters, Room
Rep, lfootlmall '41, '42, Track '43, Letterman Club, Torch YQ
x1:s111:111u:r:1c, f'1l.XR1.IiS C.: joseph Kelloggg Track '433 Almanac
Associate litlitorg Scholarship, District lV1anagerg Band, Reed
uuwfx, .'xY1'1i.X M.x1f: xX'U0l11T!l'1'l', Post liditorg Quill and Scrollg
lN1asque and Gavel, lienjamin lfranklin Players Treasurer,
:Xurorasg Tri-Coloreg Band, Orchestra Vice-President, Room
Rep, Delta Mu Kappa Reporterg Gulick BQ Class Play Ad-
Yt'I'l1S1I1j.fQ Arncrican Legion Contest, Scholarship, VVi11amette
Xltil-'X, Dxx1t:11'1 li.: Glencoe, liaskctlmallg 1fra11kli11 Ski Cluh,
l.l'11Cl'l111lll Clulwg Oregon State.
units, k'1RlZ1X1.XZ XVuotlstockg Yestetl Choir, Aurorasg Class
Play Castg lNl0111l1l1llf11 College.
l11'IINl,XX, .XXIIRHNY 1-'1.oxn: Uillwertg llllllfllllllfl llistorian' Hi-Y,
liasketlwall '41, '42, '43, Track '-1-2, '43, Royal Order of'F, Fire
Squatlg Service Squad, Room Rep, Army Ski Troops.
ll1ilNl.XX, 1.111111 lf.: llillwertg Illuminati, HiAY, Royal Order of
lf, Track '42, '41, liasketliall '40, '41, '422 Service Squad, Fire
ll1"NR1, f'.1l'l1liR1NE IN1.x1u': Gilbert, Auroras Secretarvg Delta Mu
Kappa Sergeant-at-arms3 illohe Trotters, Sotlalitas Latina:
ll11,l1R1-I'l'I1, 1'.x'1'k1c1,1 li.: Arletag lli lii Ki Sergea'it-at-arms3
.Xurorasg Room Rep, Alinauac Organizations Iiditorg Orcgoa
ll1'11-1, 1i.x1t11.utx ,lisxxz llwsiortlg Auroras President, A. G. S.
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Council: Temuis '-1-3 lJL'l1-111111111 lfranklin llayers 1'ice-1resi-
lloitutr. lil-'l'1'1 1i1.1.1-N: Arlcta: A. CS. S. President, Auroras Vice-
1'.'c:.it'c'.t1 lli Ki Ki, Uulick, Red Cross Council, june '43
Clare- ilecretary 3 College.
11o1:.a..x. UXRRIVI : Glencoe, Illuminati, Ski Clulv Vice-l'rcsidentg
iill1'L'l1 YQ Roxal ll1'Llk'l' ul' 17, 1"ootl1all '39, '40, '41, '42, Track
'-.lg lcc llockcy '42, Dcltoitl, .'X1'111-x Ski Troops.
lltllllil., I,Esl.lr: lf.-XRI.Z Richmond, Scholarship, Student Body Ol'-
lice, Almanac Organizations Editor, Catalyst President, Serv-
ice Squad Secretary, Social Science Club, Room Rep, Reed
llolfi-', VVARREN M.: Kellogg, Illuminati Secretary, lli-Y, Royal
Order of F, Service Squad, Fire Squad, Football '41, '42, '43,
llasketball '40, '41, '42, Track '42, '43, Room Rep, Deltoid,
Army Air Corps.
lllll.MliS, l,AYID M.: Arleta, Service Squad, Catalysts Sergeant-
at-arms, Band, Orchestra, Ice llockey '42, Navy Air Force.
llokxxmtook, Pny'l.r.ls jmw: Marysville, VVork.
lloicrox, BE'r'ry': -Ietmore, Kansas, Iligh, VVork.
Iloierox, Vlkclxm: Lincoln lligh: A. G. S., 'I'ri4Y, VVork.
llocsrik, ROBERT jonxz jefferson Iligh, Navy.
lloy't:.x.-xkn, NVn,1.lAM i"xl.l'lER'I'I Gilbert, Army Air Force.
llunsox, VV. CHEORGEZ Glencoe, Illuminati, Torch Y, Ifootball
'41, '42, Tennis '39, '40, '41, '42, Captain, Letterman Club,
Room Rep: Almanac Salesman, Ski Club, Army Air Corps.
llyxxs, llla::N,uum: O'Neill, Nebraska, lligh, VVork.
lacksox, liH'l"l'x: loseph I.ane, 4-ll, Auroras, Class Play Secre-
' tary, Monmouth College. '
Ixcksow, Mui: joseph Lane, 4-ll, Class Play Secretary, XVork.
klnisxixrzs, Snnzrm' Ass: Richmond, june '43 Class Secretary,
Auroras President, Cafeteria Bookkeeper, District Manager,
Room Rep, Candy Counter Manager, Scholarship, VVork.
,ll wslax, Fino.: Glencoe, Spanish Club, Navy.
,lr PSIZN, LEI.Axn R.: Wloodstock, Football '39, '41, Ice llockey '41,
'42, Track '42, '43, Catalyst Vice-President, Deutches Ver-
band, Navy Air Corps.
lotus, XVILM.-X Lou: Richmond, Almanac Senior Iiditor, Quill
and Scroll, Post News liditor, Orchestra Concert Master, Pres-
ident, Scholarship, All-City lligh School Orchestra, Auroras,
l'niy'ersity of Oregon.
Alonxsox, Rlcnruln I..: Arleta, Illuminati, Torch Y President,
Football '40, '41, '42, Track '40, Room Rep, Royal Order ol
louis, ,Ions C.: Creston, june '43 Class Vice-President, lli-Y
liditor, Quaker Club llistorian, Royal Order of F Editor,
Baseball '41, '42, '43, Globe Trotters, Basketball '41, '42, '43,
Football '41, '42, Fire Squad, Room Rep, l'niversity ot Ore-
K,yn:u,i-n, l.L:cn.1.r: G.: Grout, VVork.
K.xL'FMAx, R. CIlARl.0'I"I'IiZ Creston, Ili Iii Ki Sergeant-at-arms,
Pentathlon Sergeant-at-arms, Auroras President, Room Rep,
I'niversity of Oregon.
Kl:l.i.HR, MAkt:AkH'l': joseph Lane, Auroras, Treloil, Business
KEl,'l', Lao FRANK: Seaside High, Army Air Corps.
Kll.l.M.'XN, Sylymz joseph Kellogg, Pentathlon, Post Reporter,
Opera, Music Contest, Choir Accompanist, Almanac Sales-
man, Scholarship, l'uiversity of Oregon.
liOl.IBAllA, lfl.liONORA JEAN: Our Lady of Sorrows, Auroras, Col-
KRAUS, lVlARlZli li.: Chicago, Illinois, St. Mark School, Auroras,
Spanish Club Vice-President, Class Play Business Manager,
laxkskx, livoxxv: Grout, Auroras, Tri-Colore, Business College.
l..xy:vi.'xs, Ass M.-uuu: St. Mary's Academy, Delta Beta Phil
Room Rep, Oregon State College.
l.l'VYIS, lim"1'x' l'2lflfKli1 Milwaukie High, Onera Accompanist,
Tri-Colore, Auroras, Class Play Advertising, Brigham Young
l.Ir:n'1'xliR, joins: Creston, Social Science Club, Catalysts, Schole
arship, Band, Orchestra, College.
l.OlfS'l'liD'l', XVILDA MAY: Territory of llawaii, Roosevelt High,
Loxc, fiER.ll.D RlClIAKD2 Russellville, Boys' Representative, Qua-
ker Club, lli-Y, Football '39, '-l-0, '41, All-City '42, Baseball
'-l-0, '41, '43, Track '-l-2: Almanac Assistant Sports Editor, Fire
Squad, Royal Order of F President, Oregon State College.
l.UND.Ull., BL'R'l': Richmond, Hi-Y: Illuminati, june '43 Class
Sergeant-at-arms, Football '-ll, '42, Track '-l-I, '42, '43, Royal
Order of F, College.
l.llNDS'l'ROM, Alas Rtcinuum: Glencoe, Catalyst, Social Science
Club, Chess Club, Globe Trotters, Oregon State.
l.x NL'lI, NANCY: Marysville, Drum Majorette, Auroras, Globe
Trotters, Delta Beta Phi, Salesmanship Club President, Col-
lN1.xcDoN.u.u, HIi'l"l'li FR.-wuts: Creston, Delta Beta Phi Treasurer,
Preppers Treasurer, Room Rep, Auroras, Class Play Advertis-
McGuioNr:y, Krixxrrrnz Roundup, Montana, High, Fndecided.
Mul.1.o'r'l', GERTRUDH: Springfield Cnion High, VVork.
MnNoHNnAl.1,, Lots: VVoodmere, VVork.
lVlll.BRAND'l', LORRAINE: Glencoe, Typing Team, Delta Mu Kappa
Secretary Auroras, Deutsches Verband, St. Helens Hall.
lVlIl.l.liR, llakniakr VV.xl.1,,xcis: Richmond, Catalyst, Band, Schol-
arship, Service Squad, Social Science Club, College.
lVllI.l.ER, Mumuzu Fimxcixisz Kellogg, Auroras, Scholarship,
Room Rep, Almanac Salesman, Almanac Typist, Business
Managers, Office, -l--H, Oregon State College.
lVlll.l.liR, Naomi PAU1.1N,x: Glencoe, Post Assistant Editor, Quill
and Scroll, Scholarship, Social Science Club Secretary, Masque
and Gavel Corresponding Secretary, Aquilas, VValla VValla
NTINI-IR, PATRICIA ANNE: Kellogg, Gulick Secretary, Tri Colorc
Treasurer: Post Reporter, Auroras, Class Play Costumes, Orc-
gon State College.
MITUNIEWICZ, ROSE MARIE: Girls Polyteclmic, Business College.
MON.'XCO, FLORENCE! VVoodstock, Masque and Gavel, Aurora '
Class Play Cast, VVork.
MONACO, MARIE Rosa: St. Stephen, Auroras, VVork.
MURPHY, PAT C.: Arleta, Baseball '40, '41, '42, '43, lfootball '40,
'41, '42, Basketball '40, '41, '42, '43, All-City, Illuminati Presi-
dent, lli-Y Secretary, Roval Order of lf, Room Ren, Almanac
Salesman, Service Squad, Fire Squad, Salesmanship Club,
Globe Trotters, Navy.
NII-2I,sI1x, DONALD A.: Richmond, Catalyst Vice-President, Schol-
arship, Room Rep, junior Basketball '41, '42, Track '42, '43,
l'. S. Coast Guard Academy.
NIELSEN, C. MERRI'l"I': Grant lligh, junior Red Cross President,
Stamp Club President, Social Science Club, Tri Colore, Schol-
arship, Table Tennis Champion '42, Reed College.
NYMAN, KENNETH B.: Glencoe, Navy.
OLSHN, CONRAD : Draft.
OLSIZN, ll. Douc:LAs: Gilbert, Torch Y, Service Squad, Catalyst,
junior Football '40, Navy.
OWEN, G. JERRY! Salt Lake City, Vtah, jackson High, XVork.
PALMER, ALYCE MARIE: Grout, Masque and Gavel Vice-Prcsi-
dent, Auroras Secretary, Post Staff, Delta Beta Phi, Opera
Room Rep, Tri Colore Secretary, Class Play Cast, Quill and
Paiusi, GI.oRiA MARIEZ St. Ignatius, Auroras President, Delta
Beta Phi President, A. G. S. Vice-President, Room Rep, A.
G. S. Council, Behnke VValker Business College.
PATTERSON, JACK L.: Richmond, Solo Drum Contest, Band, Or'
chestra, Opera, Section Leader, Army Air Corps.
PEARSON, ELAINE IEANEITE: Creston, Auroras, Salesrnanship
Club, Globe Trotters, G. A. A., VVork.
PEARSON, Gvrexnoiyxz Glencoe, Delta Mu Kappa President,
Auroras Secretary, Scholarship, Almanac Salesman, june '43
Class Historian, St. Helens Hall.
PIZTERSEN, MARGARET B.: Hosford, Salesmanship Club, Glolu-
Trotters, Auroras President, Cafe, Office, Library, Opera,
Emanuel Nursing School.
PETERSON, RUBY A.: Arleta, junior Football '39, '40, Track '42,
'43, Lettermen Club, Service Squad, Navy.
PIERRE, BETTY: Astoria High, VVork.
PIPPY, DONALD H.: joseph Kellogg, Skating Club Vice-President,
Globe Trotters, Opera, Vested Choir, Marines.
PIXLHY, JACQUELINE: Grout, Masque and Gavel President,
Auroras, Benjamin Franklin Players, Opera, Room Rep, 'l'ri
Colore, Class Play Advertising, SPARS.
l'omcl44n, Ronriki' llizxkyz .-Xrleta, Room Rep, Torch Y, Vested
l'll'I'I'lCR, llll.l.Z liinnsmead, Illuminati, Track '39, '41, Football
'41, Army Air Corps.
l'U'l"I'lCR. Urioktsif C.: joseph Kellogg, Quaker Club Treasurer,
-lune '-Il Class Treasurer, lli-Y, Royal Order of F, Ski Club,
lfootball '40, '41, '42, Track '40, '41, '42, lntramural Champ
'42, .Xriny .-Xir Corps.
l'l'ckifr'r, Ylkm:ls1.x MM: Grout, lli Ki Ki President, Auroras
l'rt-sith-nt, .-X. U. S. Council, Good Samaritan Nursing School.
Qllixrx, lgl"'l'l'N .Xxxr liugeue, VVnodrow VViIson jr. lligh, Auro-
ras, Scholarship, C'orrespotldence Club Treasurer, l'niversity
R.xo,xn.xt'm:u, P X'I'RlCl.XZ Marysville: Rose Festival Princess' Delta
licta Phi Vice-President, Auroras, Room Rep, l'ndecided.
RRNINII, Cxkomxz XX'oodniere, Auroras Sergeant-at-arms, Baml
X'icc-President, Orchestra, 'l'ri Colore Secretary, O. A. A.,
R.xs:uL'ssl-'x, lhl.XRYlN RAY: Gilbert, Student liodv President, june
'41 Class Presimlcnt, lli-Y President, lnter-City lli-Y Council
President, Quaker Club, Service Squad, Fire Squad, Room
Rep, Basketball '40, '41, '42, '43, Captain, Baseball '40, '41, '42,
'44, l.t-tterlnen Club Treasurer, Army Air Corps.
Rl- xo, Cl..xkl'xclf: Canby lligh, :Xrmy Air l"orce.
R1 IYI-'R, lhl.XRl.XNI St. Stephens, Spanish Club President, Auroras,
Cafeteria, Class Play Costumes, VVork.
lzl'NXYlCK, Maxx l'll,l.lfXI Riclunond, Auroras, Scholarship, Choir,
RECIEXNIIXCII, l,oRuw: Glencoe, Masque and Gavel Treasurer,
l'osI Reporter, Social Science Club, College.
RICIIARIYS, ,ll'N1fi lierlteley lligh, Class Play Cast, Auroras, Delta
Mu Kappa, Almanac Salesman, Scholarship, l'niversity of
RIKIIARIIS, l.1lR1fl 3 hvlllllllfll, Kansas, lligh, Band, Nurses Train'
Rlmsicuax, lyiomisk: Richmond, Auroras, Room Rep, District
Man iger, ,-Xlinanac llusiness Staff, Scholarship, Oregon State.
RllIll'I"I'I, vllll.lilI Richmond, Auroras Vice-President, VVork.
Rll'l'I"l.. Crruifkisr Ass: Our Lady of Sorrows, Auroras Trea-
surcr, Corrcspondence Club, VN'ork.
llll'Clll',X, lloxsx: Richmond, lli Ki Ki, Room Rep, Oregon
Ronixsos, l.. Nouns: lllencue, Lettermen Club, Baseball '42,
'43, Scholarship, lloclwy '42, Ski Club, Room Rep, Annapolis.
Roi-'ni-Lk, l,ois: lloslord, Auroras, Scholarship, Tri Colore Trea-
Romsifs, Doioki-'s: Creston, Business College.
Rose, Bonnn-1 Louisa: Grant High, Room Rep, Almanac Sales-
man, Pentathlon President, Oregon State College.
S.xt"l'ENnr1Rf:, M xx A.: joseph Kellogg, Room Rep, lli-Y, june
'43 Class Vice-President, Ski Club, Football '41, Basketball
'-ll, Service Squad, Army.
S.'tMPER'I', VIOLA A.: Creston, Auroras Sergeant-at-arms, Delta
Mu Kappa, Tri-Y Treasurer, Post Reporter, Band, Quill and
Scroll, Scholarship, Almanac Salesman, Class Play General
Manager, Nurses Training.
S.x'l'uHR, Pl-trim' juxle: Alexandria, Minnesota, lligh, Tri-Y,
Sclnckuxrz, Oxrraz Garden City, Minnesota, lligh, College.
Sckmxrzk, BHvmu,x' jms: joseph Kellogg, Aquilas Vice-Presi-
dent, Room Rep, Choir, Opera, Almanac Salesman, Scholar-
SlalBFR'l', R. Rtclmkn: joseph Kellogg, Service Squad, XVork.
SHA!-'Ek, ORLIH VV.: Benson, Telegraph Club, Navy.
SHAW, F. Lriosaknz Benson, Band, Army.
Snoicr, Roman' joux: Columbia Prep, Naval Air Corps.
Sv.-utus, li1s'l'1'i' j.: Arleta, Auroras Vice-President, Room Rep,
Dean's Office, Service Squad, College.
Sl-Hrzk, lifts Booxez Binnsmead, Illuminati Vice4Presiclent, lli-Y,
Room Rep, Service Squad, Fire Squad President, Football '40,
'4l, '42, All-City '42, Baseball '40, '41, '42, '43, All-Citv '42,
Basketball '39, '40, l'niversity of Oregon.
S'l.flkRr:'l"l', l'.t'rklcl.x IELMNH: joseph Kellogg, Delta Beta Phi,
Auroras, Scholarship, Multnomah College.
STEARNS, VIRGINIA! joseph Kellogg, l'ndecided.
Simluuxs, linrrn: Girls' Polytechnic, Vnclecided.
S'l'ocKs, VHRNA M.: Lents, Gulick, Auroras, Business Manager,
Social Science Club, Scholarship, Sodalitas Latina, Opera,
S'l'R.xNnnukt:, vl0l.A MAH: Kellogg, Hi Ki Ki, Student Body
Drive Manager, Room Rep, Aquilas Secretary, Orchestra,
Almanac Salesman, Business College.
Svnxsnx, AMY: joseph Kellogg, Auroras, Business College.
'l'.x'l'E, BE'r'l'Y: Glencoe, Gulick President, Delta Beta Phi, Auro-
ras Secretary, Almanac Salesman, Oregon State.
'l'M'l.ok, Dokoinx' Lan: joseph Kellogg, Pentathlon Treasurer,
Auroras, Oregon State.
Tatton, lN1ARll.YN Emo: VVoodstock, Choir, Service Squad,
Dean's Office, Auroras, College.
'l'.n1,oR, RoNAl,n S.: Gilhert: Catalyst: Navy.
'l'll0Ml'SON, Cxkol.: Creston: Auroras: VVork.
'l'noMi-soN, l'il.llAl'lli'I'll -IRAN: Glencoe: Auroras: College.
Tnonnrsox, l2l'f:HNi.x: Leno: Aurorasg Vniversity of Oregon.
'l4RL'S'l'l, l"R.xNels M.uuoN: llood River lligh: College.
'l'kl's'l'r, VIOIA l.i-1NNiz'l'l'r:: llood River lligh: XVork.
'lo Nl-ik, Gxoktzlx JXNXEZ Roosevelt lligh: Office: Preppcra: Auro-
ras: l.innfield College.
VAN limklcmi, lili'l"l'Y -IRAN: l,ents: Auroras: liusint-NN Manager:
YixNnmu:oN, l,lil..X Maia: XVhite Salmon, VVashington, lligh:
Auroras: Business follege.
V.-ll'lIll.KX, li. lNl.XRYC Arleta: lli Ki Ki Secretary: Auroraa Scr-
geant-at-arma: Almanac Feature lfditor: San Mateo.
XVAKIQI-'lm.n, llflR0'I'llYZ Arla-ta: Auroraa: Sodalitas Latina: limi-
XVAIIIIER, MARY: Long lieach, Cllllfllflllil, Polytechllic: Nurses
XV.xRn, lien: Bend lligh: Masque and Gavel: Benjamin Franklin
Players Secretary: Scholarship: Catalyst: Reed College.
XVICAYER, l.ll.l,lH: liuhl, ldaho, lligh: Class Play Rehearsal lli-
NVHRER, iNl.XRY ,lillERliS.XZ Lents: Ulolvc Trotters: Salt-smanship
Club: Aurorasg Service Squad.: llcank Office Manager: Red
Cross Staff Assistant: VVork.
XVI-IISS, Rtllllikl XVll.l.x.xM: joseph Kellogg: Quaker Club: Letter-
rnen Cluh: Room Rep: Deutches Verlwand: Basketball '40, '-12:
liaschall '39: Oregon State.
hVlllilil.hR, YvoNNr:: XVoodmere: Room Rep: Auroras: Masque
and Gavel: College.
XVurriz, lfiu-:nrziucx INMAN: Glencoe: Opera Lead: Scholarship:
State Music Contest Soloist VVinner: Robeson Chorusea: All-
Fity Chorus: Vested Choir: Reed College.
hvllllli, 'lil'1RRNZ Kellogg: Service Squad: Track '42, 43: Room
Rep: Torch Y: Draft.
XVILKINSON, JOYCE ICLAINH: Lents: lk-an's Office: Yested Choir:
Service Squad: YVOrk.
hvllll.-KNIS, l,llYl,I.lSI Marysville: Auroras: Business College.
XY1i,l.I.n1s, Snnu.m': XVoodstock: Quill and Scroll: Post Reporter:
Auroraa: Class Play Advertising: College.
WILSON, lim.: Salem lligh: l'ndecicled.
XVKSIZM.-XX, lhl.XXlXliZ Creston: Auroras: I'udecided.
XVUODRUI-'l", -ll'XE llH1.HNia: Richmond: Auroras: VVork.
hvlllfilll, jiaxx: Minto, North Dakota, High: VVork.
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ln the spring of ll?-lll a new crop of freshies first entereml the halls of lfran
After completing three years, in which time they passetl from freshmen to seniors t
class was organized. Un january 7 of 1943 the first Class meeting was hold at xx 1
time class offieers were elected.
XVith the Cooperation of llr. Charles lfry, the new officers unanimously selu
Hr. Xxvllllillll Ridgeway as class adviser. Class colors were votetl on. antl tlw victor lf
rolors were merlium blue and white.
The first social meeting of this class was a party given on the ereiiiiig of NI tx
I9-H, in the school cafeteria. Ping-pong and dancing eompleteil tht- ex'ening1's antii
Anal., Ilurm lhlARlEZ Arleta, Hi Ki Ki Historian, Aquilas,
General, Oregon State College.
Al,l.iaN, Kerru: Arleta, Yested Choir, Opera '42, '43, Opera
Lead '43, Room Rep, Oregon State College.
Anuna, Al.l1liR'l'Z Arleta, College.
li.1lll.M:1X, Bon: Glencoe, Quaker Cluh, Fire Squad, Service
Squad, Almanac Salesman, District Manager, Room Rep,
Football, Ski Club, College.
liifx!xif'i'l', Makjokv Lou: Arleta, Delta Beta Phi, Aquilas Ser-
geant-at-arms, Room Rep, College.
lil'1RN.XRI!, KENXETIII XVoodstoek, Scholarship, College.
lilikki, Nokxux C.: l,ents, Foothall '39, '40, '41, '42, Track '40,
l.ettermen Club, Deltoicl, llluminati, Skating Club, Navy
liO.1RllM.XN, l,oRR.uxls FRANCISZ joseph Kellogg, Aquilas Secre-
tary, Room Rep, Scholarship, Oregon State Teacher's College.
lioonzs, Doroites lxxx: Arleta, lli Ki Ki Historian, Room Rep,
Aquilas, Vniversity of Oregon.
Clll'IlI.1K, Ricnako llizxrtrz llosford, Track '42, VVeight Lifting
Clulm, Room Rep, Vt-sted Choir, Scholarship, Radio, College.
Cnt'kciln,l., Tnisoookrz SPENCER: Vkloodstock, Work.
Cusmoxs, -loax C.uu,esia: VVoodmere, VVork.
Crmioxs, ,luxe Maxlxez VVoodmere, VVork.
Cola, limoorexie FRANCIS: Glencoe, Post Feature Editor, Quill and
Scroll, Opera '41, '42, '43, Vested Choir, Opera Lead '42,
Paul Robeson Chorus, Scholarship, Room Rep, Aquilas, Uni-
versity of Oregon.
C1mvr.exY, jim: Glencoe, Quaker Clulw, Football, Track, All-City
lce llockey, Ski Cluh President, Marines.
CllNWFl.I., Cn.uu.Hs XV.: Joseph Kellogg, Band, Track, Q. S. S.,
CRAIG, li.1RR.1R.X RL"rn: Grant High, Aquilas, Dean's Office,
College, Ferry Command.
CRAIN, Pnviixs Flxoka: Girls' Poly, Aquilas, Girls' Glee,
Opera, Oregon State College.
Dia Yocxo, Rornekr XVAYNE: Arleta, Vested Choir, Opera '41, '42,
'43, Robeson Chorus, Navy.
Dooorz, NTAR-IORIF JEAN: Sellwood, Oregon State College.
Dukn.xM, VER.-x l2STllliRZ Kellogg, Aquilas, Beauty College.
DYER, lIr1Rn: Arleta, Foothall '42, '43, Service Squad, Room
Rep, Track, VVork.
Iiarow, fiAYl,l-1 Bon: VVhittier jr. lligh, Nebraska, Opera Lead
'43, Band, Vested Choir, Swing Band, Navy.
ICDVVARIYS, YiRr:lxl.x lane: Richmond, Aquilas, Room Rep, XVork.
Iixitxs, Bm"1'x': Glencoe, l'ndeeided.
FACUR, l7oN.u.n L.: VVoodmere, Room Rep, Service Squad, Stage
Crew Manager, Foothall '42, '43, Army Air Corps.
lfarztvle, DoRo'rm' L.: VVoodmere, Delta Beta Phi, Aquilas Presi-
dent, Room Rep, College,
lf.ts'l', Ronr:R'r: VVilson junior lligh, liugene, Arno Air Corps.
FISHER, JUNE CONSTANCR: Marysville, Aquilas Sergeant-ur
arms, Room Rep, Band, Orehestra, Daughters of l'nion Vet-
erans, Chicago Cniversity of Music.
FREIDIQRICK, B.xRRAR.x jmx: joseph Kellogg, Aquilas, Sodalitas
Latina, U. A. A., Oregon State College.
Ci.u.i.,xr:HuR, MARY FRANCES: Uleneoe, Aquilas, Skating Clulv,
KFXRRISON, jfxxr: NLKRIEZ Arleta, Delta Beta Phi President,
.-'Xquilas Vice-President, A. G. S. Conneil, Room Rep, Almanac
Salesman, Office, Oregon State College.
fi0UllX'flX, Vxonxt jefferson, Room Rep, Orehestra, XVashington
CiRovr., liuzisxrz: joseph Kellogg, 'l'raek, I'ndeeided.
ll,-.xKlss, VVAYNE: Kellogg, llluminati Treasurer, Royal Order
of F, Football '40, '-lfl, '42, '43, Room Rep, Track '40, '-ll,
Fire Squad, Army Air Corps.
lll,l.I,AND, INGA: joseph Lane, Opera '41, State Music Contest,
Vested Choir, Aquilas Secretary, Scholarship, ixllllilllill' Sales-
lll.NoRxX, MARIE: Glencoe, Aqnilas Sergeant-at-arms, liand,
Orchestra, Holm jones College.
Ilorcomn, PAT: VVoodmere, Pentathlon, Aquilas Sergeant-at-
arms, Room Rep, Oregon State College.
llomtxo, Nl.-KR'I'll.K Rtsrn: VVoodmere, Peutathlou Yiee-President,
Aquilas Vice-President, Room Rep, Oregon State.
lloox, XVINIFRED Iiiiuxz VVashiugtou, Peutathlou, Aquilas,
Room Rep, Oregon State College.
lloelilxs, l,HSI.IE R.: Glencoe, Post Staff, Room Rep, Army .Xir
IIUVVARD, BERYI. INN: Riehmond, Yested Choir, State Musie
Contest, Opera '41, Lead '42, '43, Uulick Treasurer, Aquilas
President, Scholarship, Paul Rolweson Chorus, Band Benefit,
Cniversity of Oregon.
llowfuin, BHVERLX' lis'l'E1.l.E: Richmond: jan. '44 Class Secretary:
Post Assistant liditor: Quill and Scroll: Assistant S. B. Drive
Manager: -lan. '44 Senior Almanac Editor: Gulick Secretary:
Aquilas Vice-President: Scholarship: Room Rep: Paul Robeson
Chorus: Vested Choir: Opera: University of Oregon.
llllsliknx, RICH.-XRD K.: Marysville: Stage Crew: Service Squad:
Vlxwis, Dos: Kellogg: Room Rep: Track '43: Army Air Corps.
-I I- l"l"Rll'1S, 'lOSEPlllNE Ass: Creston: Delta Beta Phi: Advertising
Manager Post: Aquilas: Oregon State College.
-lixsiix, li. Goitnox: Creston: Football: Army Air Corps.
jonxsos, Ak'l'nL'k: Arleta: Navy.
Krsrh, l,llYl.l.lS Doklsu: Glencoe: D. A. R. Medal State VVinner:
A. G. S. llistorian: Post Staff Sports Editor: Quill and Scroll:
Delta Beta Phi Treasurer: Aquilas President: Scholarship:
Room Rep: l'niversity of Oregon.
Kjosxess, jmx M.-utne: Arleta: Delta Beta Phi Secretary: Aquilas
President: A. G. S. Council: Dean's and Girl's Conference:
Kluzli, jim: Richmond: Track: Navy.
l..XRSl'lS, l,.xRkY: Albany High School: National llonor Society:
XVrestling: Air Corps.
lhutsox, Karin: Vestal: Room Rep: Almanac Salesman: Torch Y
Vice-President: Basketball: Football: Track: Oregon State.
l..-xysox, Mn.nkHo limlsk: Marysville: Aquilas: Oregon State.
l.l'.l'Q, jmxh l7l.0RliNCliZ Richmond: Delta Beta Phi: Gulick:
Aquilas President: Room Rep: Scholarship: Almanac District
Llsii, Tnom.-ts: Glencoe: Quaker Club: Royal Order of F: Foot-
ball '4l, '42, '-43: Track '43: Baseball '4l: Room Rep: Oregon
l.if Rot, BH'r'l'y' jmx: VVoodmere: Aqnilas: Gulick: Oregon State
l.l-.YliRM.XN, CEcn.n: Pedee l'nion lligh School: Masque and
Gavel Recording Secretary: Choir: Radio: Oregon State Col-
lNlCf'AR'l'Y, l,A'liRlClA Ass: Gilbert: Reed College.
lVlClVlll,I.AN, j.'xNE'1' Locisri: Glencoe: Aquilas Sergeant-at-arms:
lbllI.l.l'1R, CLARA SPE: Richmond: Aquilas Vice-President: Vested
Choir: Opera '41, '42, '4-3: Opera Lead '42: Music Contest:
Scholarship: Paul Robeson Chorus: VVork.
Mo.vi's, Gmxx Ricnaitn: Arleta: Vested Choir: Opera '41, '42,
'43: Boys' Glee: Draft.
lVl0l,l.B'l"l', ClmRl.o'1"1'r: JEAN: Arleta: Aquilas: Opera: Oregon
Mos.v:n.ix, Louise Iknxr: joseph Kellogg, Aquilas, Class Color
and Pin Committee, VVnrk.
Murano, GHNEVIEVE EIL!-ZEN: Riehmond, Girls' Glee: Robeson
Chorus, Vested Choir, Opera '39, '40, '41, '42, I.ead '43, State
Musie Contest, SPARS.
NICKEL, II. jonx: ll. A. Grout, Quaker Club, -lunior lfootliali
Niofzla, l'Ili'l"l'YI Arleta, Aquilas Sergeant-at-arms, XVorlt.
Norzioiex, VI-'IRNOXZ Creston, Civil Air Patrol, Room Rep, Seliol'
arship, Navy Air Corps.
Olsox, ,IACQUEl.iN: Marysville, Aqnilas, Class Color and Pin
l'o'rHs'rio, Fexieiaz Failing, Aqnilas Sergeanz-at-arms, Girls'
Ilasketball, Softball, Cliiversity of Oregon.
l,l'l.S, MxRr:.xRia'i': Pilger lligh, Nebraska, Aquilas, Vndeeided.
Raucn, Funk: D. A. Grout, jan. '44 Class l'resident, Quaker
Club Sergeant-at-arms, lli-Y Sergeant-at-arms, Roxal Order
of If Secretary, Football '40, '41, '42, Room Rep, lfire Squad
Rmcs, llowakn ALLAN! Richmond, Quaker Club, lli-Y, Alf
manac Editor, Quill and Scroll, jan. '44 Class Viee-I'reside'it,
S. B. Drive Manager, Room Rep, Basketball Manager, Royal
Order of F, Serviee Squad Captain, Fire Squad, Student liodux
Office, Sodalitas Latina, Scholarship, College.
Rixie, IREM: Maxim: Creston, Aquilas Treasurer, Ronin Rep,
l7ean's Offiee, Chemistry Laboratory Room, Oregon State
Roisixsox, AL: Kellogg, Band, 4-ll Club, C. A. P., Urehesrra,
Room Rep, Ferrying Command.
SCll.KPP.ICIIIiR, C. Ii. I'Ru'x: VVoodstoek, Football '40, '41, Soi-ial
Science Club, Room Rep, Boys' Glee, Band, Orchestra, Op-
Scnmm, jixxici-1: Gilbert, Aquilas, l'ndeeided.
SCIIMIDT, VIRGINIA lkiexie: Richmond, Aquilas, Masque and
Gavel, Sodalitas Latina, VVAVITS.
Slim, ITZILEEX RUSHMARY: VVoodmere, Aquilas Seeretary , Cirenla'
tion Manager Post, Vested Choir, VVork.
SIMPSON, MARILYN: Wloodmere, Aquilas, Room Rep, l'ndeeided.
Srooxak, LAVERNE DIANE: VVoodmere, Aquilas President, Room
Rep, Cniversity of Oregon.
STOLTENBORG, Barrv IRENH: Woodstock, jan. '44 Class llistoriang
Aquilas Vice-President, Globe Trotters, Pep Club, Northwest-
ern Business College.
TAMPMN, Enexu: Lents, Aquilas, College.
CIJNCHARII, flEORCE iAl.l-'REDZ Concrete, VVashington,
'1.:Yl'E, RoEER'r fiOVVEl.l.Z Glencoe, S. B. Vice-President, Boys' 1
Representative, Jan. '44 Class Treasurer, Baseball '41, '42, '43,
Basketball '42, '42, All-City Baseball, Basketball, Quaker Club
President, Hi-Y, Royal Order of F President, KBPS Football
Spotter, Fire Squad, Service Squad, Franklin's Outdoor Boy,
'l'AYl.0R, Cll.-XRl.0'l'TEZ Commerce, College.
'I'Fl.I.EFSON, InA JosEPnlNE: Marysville, Masque and Gavel, Tri-
Colore Secretary, Orchestra Secretary, Gulick, Radio, Aquil-
as, Band, l'niversity of Oregon.
TIMMINS, C0l.l.EEN LILLIAN: Richmond, Aquilas, Business Col-
l'Nls, NORMAN A.: Arleta, Camera Club, Vested Choir, Opera,
wVliS'l'llYli, MARJORIE: Hosford, Spanish Club Secretary, Aquilas,
hvll.l.lS, S'r.tN1.Ex': Marysville, Band, Orchestra, C. A. P., Army
VVu,soN, JAMES CLAYTON: Joseph Kellogg, Jan. '44 Class Vice-
President, Baseball '40, '42, '43, Football '40, '42, '43, Basket-
ball '40, All-City Honorable Mention, Baseball, Almanac
Sports Editor, Post Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll, Quaker
Club Secretary, Hi-Y Treasurer, Royal Order of F, Fire
WoLr, llowARo: Richmond, Post Reporter, Post Cartoonist,
Room Rep, Deutches Verband Vice-President, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Football, l'niversity of Oregon.
NICCUTCIIXN, LE Roy: Albany High, Army. -
MCLAIN, HARLAN: Lents, Scholarship, Navy.
NICTRETHEN, JACK! Arleta, Track '41, '42, Masque
Busn, S'l'UAR'l' T.: joseph Lane, Room Rep, Post
Staff, Correspondence Club, Navy.
CUMMINC, Nl.-XRVINZ Arleta, Army.
FAERM, GAYLE: Milwaukie Jr. High, Room Rep,
FERGUSON, VVll.l.lAM B.: Los Angeles, California,
Fremont High, Draft.
HAGEN, DoNALn Hovunn: Riveria-La Grand High,
Football '39, '40, Orchestra, College.
HOl"FS'l'E'l"l'l'IR, hA'Il.l.lAMZ Creston, Torch Y Presi-
dent, Room Rep, Ski Club, Band, Army Ski
llunsoN, VERA: Richmond, Auroras, Business Man-
b4AJll0R, Cl.lFl-'Z Scappoose, Navy.
MGELLER, PEGGY: Lincoln, Nebraska, High, l'nde-
PAYNTER, CHARLE A.: Creston, Salesmanship Club,
Globe Trotters, Chemistry Stock Room, VVork.
PERKINS, DONALD TIUBERTZ Kellogg, Quaker Club,
Hi-Y, Fire Squad, Basketball '40, '41, '42, '43,
Track '40, '41, '42, Service Squad: Room Rep,
Stamp Club Vice-President, Navy Air Corps.
SHERMAN, JOHN: St. Helens High, Orchestra, Track
'41, Royal Order of F, Quaker Club, Army.
SI-ENCER, Bon: Pasco High, Draft.
W'll.KlNSON, INA: Lane, Auroras, Globe Trotters,
GAINER, R1cHARo: Central Catholic, Deltoid, Navy.
LANG, JUNE: VVoodland, California, High, College.
NlAR'l'ZOl.l-', JACOB A.: Lents, Service Squad, Catal-
ists, Scholarship, Social Science Club, Navy.
Ml1'CllEl.l., JIM: Glencoe, Baseball '41, '42, '43,
Torch Y Secretary, Draft.
Prrrs, JACK RonER1': Woodstock, Quaker Club, Let-
terman, Football, Track, Marines.
RYAN, LEE J.: D. A. Grout, Radio, Army.
'I1R0VVBRlDGE, CORA EL1zAaE'rH: Arleta, Opera,
T'liRNl.l'IY, lIowARo: East Denver High, Undecided.
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lhm 2 A. 'I'iiwogiiii, ll. l'lnn'uis. S, lim-len-, li. llivliiiiiliiiek. .l, .le-I'I'o-l'in-s, l', Alinor, XI, li-.irlli-in, F, Mnrli
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l"ranklin's war-tinie Post niaintained a tabloid size throughout the fall and spring
terms. ln recognition of its high standard, the Post received its ninth All-American
rating and won the Arnold Bennett Hall trophy for the fourth tinie. 'lihis trophy is
given to the best high school paper in Oregon each year.
l'ili!2ll7i'fl1 Haugen headed the staff last fall with Anita Harvey, associate editor,
Stuart Klclntyre, assistant editorg sports editor, George Lockhoveng assistant sports,
George Skorneyg feature editor, -leannette Klejdellg assistant feature, Alyce Palnierg
advertising manager, .losephine .Ieffriesg circulation manager, Pat Hagedorng book-
keeper, Clarence Read.
'lihe spring ternrs Post was edited hy Anita llarveyg assistant editors, lleverly
lloward and Xaonii Hiller, news editor, VVilnia -Iohng sports editor, Phyllis Kisteg
assistant sports, -lint NVilsong feature editor, lfniagene Coeg advertising manager, Clara
Nlartig circulation manager, Rosemary Shea, bookkeeper, Vivienne Richards.
lfditorial adviser to the staff is Miss Agatha Harding, and business adviser, Mrs.
Quill and Scroll, national honorary society of journalism, announced the following
students as pledges: XVard Anderson, lfniagene Coe, lfberhard Ciiesecke, Beverly
Howard, Wlilnia llohn, Phyllis liiste, Naomi Bliller, Howard Riggs, Viola Salupert,
A. G. S., though curtailed in many ways, has not been standing still. Under the
leadership of Betty Hobart, A. G. S., in cooperation with the members of the faculty,
gave a tea for the freshmen and their mothers on Saint Patrick's day. The Red Cross
work has been carried on through the clubs as usual.
Row I M. Tnte, G. Parisi, D. Lynmn, 12, Tate, li. Hohnrt, A, Cnreln, M. Jones, I'. Parks, M. Plmdwlck,
ll. Rose. li. Howard, M. Weber, B. Ray.
The A. G. S. Council consists of the presidents, vice-presidents, advisers of all the
girl's clubs, and the A. G. S. officers. This council meets twice-monthly and discusses
club activities, and plans A. G. S. projects.
Row I' l'. Klste, A. Curt-lo, Il, Hnbnrl, M. Jones. P. Parks.
Row 2 M. Peterrurn I". Airditl. ll. I,ynmn, ii. Purlsl, U. 'l'urvIlle, H. M4-Gill, R, Clurk, V. I'nr-ke-tt, D. Hobson.
M. Lowuon, l'. Muenslg.
Last term, under the leadership of Virginia Pucket, and this term, under the leader-
ship of Margaret Petersen, the Auroras, eighth term guidance club has continued its
usual activities despite very definite handicaps. The june graduation will close the
books for this club which has functioned for eight terms.
Ilow 1- -S. lillllllllll, I.. Bernard, M. Peterson, V. Puckett, H. Fuse, I-I. Fox.
Itow Lt- S. Jennings. J. Pearson, R. Monaco, D. 'l'nylor, W. John, Il. Tate, M. Renwivk, P. Hngndorn, A.
linhlke, E. Ridgeway, I'. Hornlbrook.
During the past year the Aquilas, seventh term guidance club, have knitted an
afghan. held several pot-luck dinners, filled a soldiers' box at Christmas, and enjoyed
a theater party. The club also had a night party in the cafeteria.
Row 1---l'. Holvomh, J. Kjosness, L. Boardman, B. Howard, L. Spooner, R. Holllng, R. Shen, J. McMillan.
Row 2-M. Simpson, V. Strnndherg, B. Scribner, B. Frederick, M. Cnnilnlvell, J. Garrison, J. Jefferies, I..
Monaghan. J. Olson, B. Howard, P. Crain, B. Craig.
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Kekos have participated mainly in Red Cross work, they completed several afghans
and helped at Red Cross Headquarters. They served at a P.-T. A. tea, gave a party
for their past adviser, Mrs. Doran, and had a joint date party with the fifth term
guidance club to complete their term's program.
Row l--M. Coleman, L. Ualderwood, D. Lyman, R. Clark. V. Borin, E, Lnntze.
Row 2 A. Curulo, B. Cutler, L. Laskar, M. Ames, E. Clodfelter, E. Dodson, C. Davis, R. Lepley.
Caleetas, fifth term guidance club, has made as its term project a red, white, and blue
afghan. Also, they have served at a P. T. A. tea and a Freshie tea. They have had
several successful parties.
Row 1-J. Brown, M. Lowzow, H. Mc-Gill, F. Ax-dlti, I'. l1'rnm-oni, XV. Pnmlwortli, S. Keys.
Row 2--YM. Bowman, B. Arnet, J. Lnnxnn, I'. Pm-ks, I'. Mnessiu, S. Xl.0F!ll'l1lll4l, M. Jones, S. Browne, I'.
Kletzel, C..1lods0n. '
Amacitas, the fourth term girls' guidance club, has completed another successful
term with many activities. Among these were the sponsorship of the Armistice Day
dance, a potluck dinner, and knitting and swimming parties. In addition, they have
participated in Red Cross activities and completed an afghan for that organization.
Row 14 -D. Paulson, L. Pure, M. Tnte, M. Olsen, L. Peterson, D. Rlylend, J, Sr-lierz,
Row 2 D. Clare. B. Pune, li. Wood, L. Mnnsfleld. H. Wnlstrom, E. Mathew, A. Hfunmerberg, I'. MeMurry.
The Fra-Quas, second term guidance club, received an excellent start under the able
supervision of Dean Ella Wilson. The club members have taken up various Red Cross
activities, with some of the members spending Saturdays helping out at Red Cross
Headquarters. In addition, the club has turned in one afghan and almost completed
Row 1-J. Mt-Coy, J. Gamble, M. Goodwin, G. Talarleo, C. Hunt, 0. Knox,
Row 2 J. Smith, J. Ierfold, J. Miller, D. Nolde, L. Erickson. ll. Preble, I'. Melson, N. Hall, B. Perdue, E.
Rltzman, L. Eherhnrdt, J. Cakler.
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Ukihi, third term girls guidance club, has, like most Franklin clubs, been helping the
war effort wherever possible. They completed three afghans, furnished and tore
material for fracture pillows, and provided Christmas boxes for service men.
On the social side they have had a Halloween party, a swimming party, a knitting
party, and both a formal and an informal initiation of members.
Now I ali. Owen, M, Ilutfielrl, li. Ray, S. Hnnnnn, L. XIINI-'IIllllIl9l'.
Ium' 2' H. Gif-see-ke, li. Hehriiz, l. Elwood, M. Hess, I., Bishop, .L Dnrn, IV. Mulmly, V. Martin, IE. Ihllletset,
The club's name, "Vi Gi," means Victory Girls. It is a club for first term girls, and
members are planning a party every two weeks under the direction of Miss Keck.
The club is planning to make two afghans this term for the Red Cross. A
Ibm I I'. Hngiulorn, li. Nogle, ll. Arnett, I.. Stxllzzer, A. Lnll, M. Ilollnnrl.
Row 2 I". Kllrnth, S. Kirk, M. Kyle, M. Toelle, I'. I'ndw0rth, M. Stewart, M. XIUVLUIII, I'. l'eterson, I'. .kfIlllll5,
D. Hoff, J. Ruhy, H. Lemp, I'. NVest, M. Anderson,
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The Deans Office Staff, consisting of a corps of twenty-four girls, has been serving
before, after, and during school since its inauguration ten years ago. The group takes
care of the office details under Dean Ella E. Wilson, and has been a valuable asset
to the school.
Rem I F. Ss-herg, li. Hull-tt, M. Bushnell, M. Weber, IS. Henderson, M. Taylor. Ii. .hu-ksun.
Row 2 M. l'n-tn-rson. .l. Denver. .l. Fnmphell, li. Frnig, M. Kraus, C. Kraus, M. Brewster, A. 'l'tl1'f'0LIll2l.
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The Girls' Service Squad organized in the fall of 1940 and has since been rendering
a much needed service to the school. The members have served at all A.G.S. meetings,
run the check room at dances, and been ready to perform any service for the school
which might be asked of them.
Row 1-B, Hulett, M. Taylor, M. NVeber, M. Bushnell, li. Henderson, J. XViIkinson.
Row 2--M. Brewster. A, Tnceognn, L. Aasen. L. Carter, B. Jackson.
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To start the year off right, the Hi Ki Ki girls knitted afghan squares and made joke
books for the soldiers. Among their social activities were an alumni banquet, a party
with the Illuminati, and an ice skating party with the Quaker Club. A joint hike with
Filo and a moonlight hike completed their program.
llow 1---l'. Hllslreth, lb, Hohson, Y. Pu:-kett, M. Vaughan, R. Clark, H. Alu-l.
Row 2-AS. Kaya, A. Curl-Io, I5. Holmrt, D, Rltvliey, C. Kaufman, L. Mansfield, D. Boggs, V. Stmmlln-rg.
Among Pentathlon's activities for the year were a swimming party, a potluck dinner,
and a moon light bicycle ride. In addition to this, the girls served for the P. T. A.,
helped with the Freshie Mothers' Tea, and made afghan squares for the Red Cross.
Row 1, U. Kaufman, E, Bower, lb, 'I'nylor, li. lloso, M. Phiulwir-k, ll. Hollln::. N. Arnn-s, .l. Huhluwd, E. Cust-.
Row 2-- ll, Vl'ood. Il, Fuse. NV. Hook, H. Gee, M, Ames, A. Guhlke, D Cllllllllllli, M. Carter.
Among the chosen activities for the year, Gulick spent two weekends at Camp
Namanuu, made a visit to the Barnes hospital, had a Christmas party, and completed
four afghans. l a
The girls attended two conventions this year, and they gave continual attention to
the club's adopted grandfather, Harry Wood.
llow 1 ll, Hownrll. l'. Mlnor. ll, Tim-, E. Fuse, S. Kuys, ll, M4-Duffee, F. Turvllle.
Row 2 M. Anderson. J. Brown, ll. Howard, ll. Holmrt. M. Chnulwlek, D. Hobson, li. Cutler, A. I'urvio.
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During the past term, Delta Beta Phi has completed three afghans for the Red
Cross, made several joke books, and turned in a number of jigsaw puzzles. The social
calendar consisted of a date meeting with Quaker Club, a date party, a show party, a
swimming party, a bike ride, and the traditional Freshie Tea.
llou' 1--M. Anderson, ll. Fuller, ll. Muehonnld, J. Garrison, G. Parisi, U. Turville, M. Jones, J. Kjosness,
I'. Kiste. '
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This year the Illuminati originated the idea to work at Libby's Cannery to make
money for the treasury. After that they had several joint meetings and date meetings,
the highlight being a barn dance and hike. In addition? they had their annual picnic
and held their semi-annual banquet at the Nlultnomah Hotel, where they elected new
Row l--B. Hoff. S. Troy, J. Fisher, D. Speer. F. Heimnn. W. Hnnkins.
Ram' 2 ell. Daniels, R. Hartwlg, J. Venture, U. Erickson, F. Heinmn, D, Hailey, A. Churchill. C. 'l'sefnlns.
Highlighting another successful year for Quaker Club were the presentation of a
school flag to the student body and the sale of nearly S3600 worth of war bonds and
stamps. Social activities included joint meetings with Neak and Delta Beta Phi, an-
nual picnic with Hi Ki Ki, a number of parties, and a date picnic at Rhododendron.
Row 1-A -B. Chlnr-eo, l". Rana-h, G. Potter, .l. Wilson, ll. 'I'nte, .l. Erickson, .l. Jones, IG. 0'Neil, Mr. Sonthwif-k,
Row 2- B. Bllllllllllfl, G. Long, ll. Anderson, G. Yunllewren, H. Riggs, J. Fontaine, H. Johnson, L. zllllllll'l'lll!lll,
Furthering their purpose "To create, maintain, and extend Christian character," the
Franklin Hi-Y had an active part in the annual Thanksgiving service, and sponsored an
Faster service at school. On the social ledger were a joint party with Commerce,
Washington, and Roosevelt, four date meetings, a father and son meeting, and the
annual trip to Camp Collins.
Row If .l. Erickson, M. Rnslllllsseli, .l. Jones, J. Fisher, .l. Wilson, F, Ranch.
Row 2--G. Potter, ll. Bowen, li. Anderson, H. Riggs. Il. Zininiermun, B. Tate, D. Speer,
The Franklin Torch-Y finished their second year of existence with great success.
They again entered a team in the Torch-Y Basketball League and had joint meetings
and date parties throughout the term.
Row 1--D. Bailey, WV. Locke, D. Johnson, K. Larson, B. Pomeroy.
Row 2-NV. Anderson, H. Baldwin, G. Hudson, D. Engelbart, D. Olson, R. Peterson, A. VVolleek, D. Harris.
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The feature meeting of the Royal Order of F was the visit paid by johnny Pesky,
Boston Red Socks star short stop. The club sold bonds and stamps and voted to change
the color of letters from Maroon to Gray.
Row 1- B. Anderson, .l. Jones. G. Long, IS. 'l"ate, J. Fisher, J. XVlls0n.
Row 2-iN. Robinson, ll. Huff, F. llnnrrh, H. R4-lton, R, llowen, II. Higgs, IS. Wilson, A. l'hur1-hill. ll. Speer,
Boyd' S ' squad
Under the leadership of hir. Henry Nlatson a rejuvenated Service Squad of 50 boys
has for the past year been taking on new responsibilities and carrying them through
efficiently. Franklin has every reason to be proud of these young men who have
patrolled the halls, kept order at all gatherings, and in general served the school well.
Rnwl H. Riggs, ll. Moore, l'. l4ll'll'kli0ll, 45. llmlssns, L. Hodvl, D, hole, ll, Fuse. .l. liixzhtnf-r. ll. 4ivh:1'I'.
E. Sfvrennen, ll. Moore, Mr. Matson.
Www LZRH. Dyer, D. Goss, ll. lleekvr, E. Hellrlpg, ID. Olsen, C. Jnnker. Il. Suvugs-, ll. lrlmzellmrt, ll. Mill:-r.
J. llnwe, J. Lilldl-xey.
The fire squad this year incorporates under President Dan Speer both the fire squad
and air raid squad. The Fire Drill Chief is Jim Fisher and Air Raid Drill Chief is
Under this leadership the squad has made many very fast drills and is looking for-
ward to the setting of a record before the end of the term.
Row lil". Rant-ll, M. IIIISIIIIIHHPII, .l. Fisher, D. Speer, ll. Tale, J. NVils40n.
Row 2- ll. Hoff, J. Erickson, G. Potter, R. Bowen, ll. Anderson, H. Riggs, J. Jones, L. Zlnunernum, 1-I. 0'Ne-ll.
This year, the Class Play cast chose "Hay Fever" as the play they wished to present.
It is a delightful comedy with an English setting. VVritten by Noel Coward it is con-
sidered by many to be one of his best light plays.
Row L-B. Mnebonnld, XV. Dyke, A. Pnliner, C. Durlnnd, E. Engle, V, Hawes, J. Richards, F. Monoco.
Row 2-J. Plxley, A. Harvey, P. Minor. S. WVil1iams, M. Kraus, B. Jackson.
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Last November, following their theme of patriotic service during the war emergency,
Masque and Gavel was instrumental in organizing a booth in the main hall for the
purpose of selling bonds and stamps. Other Franklin clubs, under Blasque and Gavel's
sponsorship, have succeeded in selling over 515,000 worth of bonds and stamps since
the inauguration of the booth.
Row I I,. Rl:-linnluu-k, N, Miller, F. Monovo, A. Pnlnwr, .l. Plxley, C. Levermnn.
Row 2 E. Swanson, A. 'l'm-4-ogmi, R, Spears, ll. tis-lger, H. Glaser-ke, Miss MQKQ-rr-liar, Il. Griffin, A. Hairve-y.
V. liorln, Ii. Iiruinwr, A. Qinhlkv.
VVith qualifications for new members set for one year of a laboratory science, the
Quaker Catalysts in the past school year dug deeply into the field of chemistry with
experiments and research work. The club also aided the war effort by selling war
bonds and stamps to a total of 5900.
Ilow I Miss Selkirk. Ii. Jepson. I.. IIo4leI. WV. Anderson.
Row 2 Il. Miller, li, tit-Igor. E, Glesevltv, P. Erlvkson. ll, Lunrlstroin, ll. Ilohnes.
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The past term the Latin Club donated money for three ditty bags, made an afghan,
assembled soldiers' Christmas boxes, served in the bond booth, and had three parties.
The object of the Spanish Club has been to learn more about the language, people,
and customs of Spain. During the meetings, Spanish games were played and songs
sung. Last term, two parties were given and this term, another was held. In the
present need Red Cross work has been started.
Itow l- lt. Gnllnrnlth. U. Tlioinpson. Miss Snmtz, Mrs, Cuselwer, B. Muller, G. Chnrnis.
Ibm' 2 Y. Nh-km-l. .I. Stnngel, IC. lfrnm-isa-o, .l, Dlgnun, I'. Iiutts, J. Sr-lnnhlt, J. Ts-llefson.
The purpose of the Skating Club has been to promote friendship and to make ad-
vancement in the art of skating.
Members skated at the Victory Center, and participated in the Oaks floor show and
at an assembly at school.
Row l V. NViIson. B. Rolf, S. Brezee.
Row 2 l.. Berg, Y. lie:-k. Ii. Metvnlf, II. Foy, I., Chessuk. J. Luke, M. Anderson.
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The orchestra has been doing some hard practicing early in the mornings twice a
week and has participated in several assemblies. They also had a party at which all
members greatly enjoyed themselves.
ltow I M. ltfnvllitnii, E. Swanson, M. Polenmn, .l. Packer, W. John, IR, Foy, li. Dailey. P. llnln. M, We-vhr-.
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Row 2 M. S4-Imldvr. .I. l.n1'ns, U. Metcalf, li. S1-hm-ll, E, llllnrette, W. Speer. I.. llmnlglnsn, ll. I.u4'as. ll. Odell.
The band during the past year has been keeping up quite a pace, having enjoyed
several parties, presented two assemblies, and had early morning practice twice a week.
All in all, they have greatly helped the student body to better appreciate the recreational
value of music.
lluw I l-2, Engle. .l. Lucas. l'. III:-lcenhottnni, A. lbelmngr, li. Hulinnn, .l. Lines, U. Rnnllol. li. Die-ts-r, lt, John.
ruin. lb. linrtnvr. S. XVillls.
How 2 A. Anderson, l'. Me-tm-alf, I.. Weber, H. Siner, ll. Ilnrfee-, M. Potter, E. Euston, I.. ltivlnurmls, lb, MI.-n.
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The sales staff successfully accomplished the important job of obtaining subscriptions.
The staff was under the direction of Ward Anderson, aided by George Roussos, and
was composed of twelve district managers and twenty-six salesmen. Along with the
Administration staff, they had a lot to do with the success of the Almanac.
How 1 li. Roussos, .l. Le-0, l'. llllillllbflllllll, W. Amlerson, V, Sllllllwfl, H. llnilson. Il, Taylor.
Itnw 2 V. SfI'llllllllt'l'l!. A. lllll'I'l0, ll. Cutler, C. H!ll'Nllli0l'fI9l', Il. Baldwin, C. Erieksmi, H. ltlggs. li. Llrson.
lb, Entfi-llunl't. ll, Hobson. II. Clare-, S. liillnmn.
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The business managers are in charge of Franklin's finances, handling money from
the bond booth, the student body office, the cafeteria, the candy counter, all plays, and
many other special events. Under the direction of Bliss Nlable Nlaule they have been
functioning smoothly in their respective tasks.
Iiow l V. Slrmullrerz. G, Churnis, I-I. Flodfelter, Y. Borin, R. Spears, E, Baldwin.
Row 2 ll. Nh-koloff. li. Fre-ds-rin-k. AI. Hendryx, L. Odlnnd, C. Dougherty, F. Stuvosky, M,01llan1l, W. And:-rson
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pervaded this year's operetta, Xlichael llalfe's Hlioheinian Girl," which was presented
March I7 in the auditorium bv the music de Hartment and orchestra under the direction
of Robert VValsh.
The kaleidoscopic display of velvets and satins set the keynote of the entire perform'
ance. Franklin audiences have come to expect fine stage settings from j. R. liymhold
and his stage crew, and the scenery for the "l3oheniian Girl" was no exception.
The surprise of the opera was Miss Virginia lfllen VValsh, granddaughter of the
director, who made her stage debut, at the age of three years. to a most appreciative
Reading from left to right the cast included: lfred VVhite as "'l'haddeus", lieryl
Howard as "Arline", XVayne Sherwood as "Count Arnheiniu. .lack Patterson and Dale
Horton as guardsg Genevieve llunro as the "Gypsy Queen". Clara lliller as "Zingar-
ella", Bob lfaton as "l"lorestein", Keith Allen as "Uevilshoof", Glen Clark and Clarene
Schacher as guards, Dan Smith as "l"lorestein", and -lean Stangel as "Buda".
ltow l li. XYnlrml. .I. llowe. ID, l'lxign'lluu't. H. Ynlilis-rpgo-n, ll. lli,u',us. Y. Slrululln-rg, li, lluwnrtl, li. 1'nll1-I'
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lion 2 ll. W4-ddlv, S. .I4-nnings, l'. lllldrvtli. Ii. Boggs, IL Itosn-, IR Kish-, A. llllj'IllIlll, M. lla-inn-tt, l', I-lrlvkson
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Due to the entry of the lfnited States into the war, the Livewires were confronted
this year with many jobs in addition to their regular duties. They sold student body
cards to every student in school, thus enabling Franklin to maintain a IOOW student
body for the year, and they distributed Posts every week. This year they have organ-
ized for the first time a council composed of one member from each term.
'lihe two student body vice-presidents, lid lfstes in the fall, and Bob 'liate in the
spring, capably directed the work of the Livewires.
Student body card managers for each term were Howard Riggs, fall term, and Yiola
Strandberg, spring term.
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On April 8, 1943, Franklin chose Pat Radabaugh as their princess to represent them
in the l,and of Rosaria. She stands 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 117 pounds.
Princess Pat is a school leader, gets good grades, and belongs to a number of eluhs
ineluding Delta lieta Phi and Auroras. Her outside activities are sewing, skiing, and
lfranklin is proud to have a girl with her poise and loveliness represent them in the
"l'lreeilmn" was the theme of the annual lllay lfete helil on Hay IK. Highlights of
the afternoon were the Coronation of Betty Hobart as "Queen l"reeml0m" and drills hp
the students in which the word Hl'lI't'C4l0Il1H :incl "Y" for victory were fnrnieil.
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Including team and individual pic-
tures of FrankIin's athletic teams
plus write-ups of their achieve-
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lnstilled with a championship spirit, the 1942 Maroon and Grey grid machine cap-
tured Franklin's second title in a row by going undefeated through one pre-season and
eight regular league games.
From the first blow of the whistle in the game with Longview, which the champs
won by a score of I3-0, to the last blast, which ended a hard-fought season, the Quaker
gridsters were never headed. They displayed an unequaled defense, which was un-
scored upon through the entire campaign, and which allowed only one team within its
20 yard line. While holding other teams scoreless, husky Franklin lads carried out a
steady, grinding attack, that shone brilliantly at times, to run up the scores and leave
nothing but defeat in its wake.
Probably the biggest disappointment was the first league game with Jefferson, which
ended in a scoreless tie. For the first time in a great many years the Franklin ball club
was potent enough to push Jeff all over the field, but without a mid-season polish, they
failed to score on the Demos. They did come very close in the second quarter, however,
as one long drive carried them to the jeff two-foot line, only to have the scoring play
called back because of a penalty.
From then on the team built up to its crucial game with a challenging Grant squad
by rolling over all opposition easily.
VVhen the contest with the G-men came, it was a fight for the championship. Quaker
stalwarts played a perfect game and came out the victors on the long end of a 2-0
score by virtue of a second quarter safety.
On a field deep with mud, Franklin's mighty line stopped every Grant attempt to
move. This game witnessed the finest exhibition of punting ever put on by a high
school athlete as seven of Captain Kay Hoff's punts were grounded within the Gen-
eral's five-yard line.
One big reason for the outstanding success of the team was the number of first-rate
reserves on the squad, who practiced untiringly with the champs all season. According
to the starting team, the second stringers were one of the toughest outfits they played
For the second year the team was coached by George Emigh, who schooled his
charges in a hard-hitting rock-'em-sock-'em style of play.
Captain and quarterback, Kay Hoff, and fullback, Gene Jaques, were chosen as
outstanding players of the year for their fine showings throughout the season. Five
members of the team were named all-city.
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STEVE TRCJY-fight end-Steve, playing his second year at end, was a pillar of strength
on defense, whose superior height made him a constant threat as a pass receiver. His
outstanding play warranted him all-city honorable mention, and he will return to
bolster the squad next year.
.IERRY l.0NG-Fight tackle--Taking the place of last season's star Larry Beil, was quite
a task. but jerry came through and made such a good account of himself that he was
placed on the all-city team. He scored the safety that won the Grant game and put the
championship on ice, and the hole left when he graduates will be a hard one to fill.
HARRY REITIJN-fight guard-One year of experience made Harry a really tough
player. Because of his massive 240 pounds he was literally immovable. There was
never a hole through Harry's spot and his fine brand of ball will add strength to the
squad next year.
BILL l,.oGAN-center-This was Bill's first year playing first string, but he was so
dependable with his centers and such a good defensive player, backing up the line, that
he was nominated to fill the center spot on the all-city team. He did not make one bad
pass through the entire rain-soaked season.
DAN SPEER-left guard-Playing his first year on the line at his running-guard posi-
tion, after two seasons in the back field, Dan proved to be the fastest, scrappiest lineman
in the city, and for his great playing was named all-city. He scored two touchdowns
on blocked kicks, because of his alert playing, and helped on the offensive greatly with
his deadly blocks. He graduates this year.
.IIN FISH ER--left tackle-.lim was switched from guard to tackle and proved that the
change was a wise one. He was a smart player and was one tackle who did not "suck"
on "sucker" plays. He also opened the best hole on the line for offensive action. His
loss will be greatly felt next season.
lion ANDERSON-left end-Bob aided the team no end in its championship drive with
his rugged ability to crash down interference and the speed with which he moved down
field to cover punts. He was also a great offensive threat with his pass-catching ability.
His graduation will leave some big shoes to fill next season.
clENE jAQUEs-fullback- Gene "Juggernaughted" his way to an even more outstand-
ing season than last year by being named all-city fullback. His loss will be the hardest
felt by next year's team. He was built like a fullback, ran like a fullback and hit like
a steamroller. He was the most consistent ground gainer on the team and also led the
squad's scoring with 36 points. Gene was truly a football player's football player.
KAY l'l0FF-filptiliI1-qll2lI'ICI'b2lCli--Iiay claimed three years of varsity football by mak-
ing an outstanding showing which netted him a position on all-city. He was an excel-
lent blocker and tackler and a clever signal caller. His superb punting pulled the team
out of many a tight spot. Finding another quarterback of his caliber will be a tough job.
PAT NIURPHY-Tight half-Pat's "football" brains were a great asset to the team. He
called defensive signals and stopped many a scampering halfback with his accurate open-
field tackles. Pat was the best pass catcher on the team, and, when he and Hoff teamed
together on a pass play, a gain was certain.
DUN GROSH--left half-as an alternate half, Don was an offensive threat anytime he
was in the game. He was a great team man and a clever runner, and his loss will be
JACK P1TTs-left half-jack was the fastest man on the team and a hard hitting and
tricky open-field runner. He teamed with Grosh to make the best set of left halves in
the city. The job of finding halfbacks to replace these two will be a difficult one.
GEORGE ICMIGH-coach-ln his second year as football mentor Mr. Emigh produced
Franklin's first football championship since 1917. He has a knack of coaching that
makes the fellows want to play harder. He teaches the fellows to hit and keep hitting,
hence the lfmigh "Rock-'em-sock-'em" motto.
Swelling the Franklin victory string with 16 consecutive wins, the 1942-43 Quaker
basketball contingent set a record by going through an entire schedule undefeated,
while capturing the school's third straight championship.
At the opening of the season the win streak stood at 27 games won without a single
defeat. Hopes were definitely high, since the entire squad from the previous year was
returning, with the same man at the head, Coach Arnold Faust, but in basketball, going
through the season undefeated is practically unheard of. At the end of that epochal
campaign, however, the team had done just that-won all of its I6 games and increased
the win streak to 43,consecutive victories.
This team was hailed as the greatest quintet ever to come out of Portland. It was
the best balanced ever seen, boasting speed, ruggedness, height, and scoring accuracy
Their pace-setting offensive, which could be thrown into high gear at will, centered
around a fast break that functioned with speed, smoothness, and unerring accuracy.
Plenty of height in the forward wall, and a pair of fast, clever guards made their set
plays just as dangerous. "Faust's five" potted a bewildering total of 602 points for the
season, averaging almost 40 per game.
Defensively, this team was perfect. It used a zone defense that was not cracked by
a single team. Their defense worked as a coordinated unit, holding every team's scor-
ing stars to a bare minimum of points. In three games the opposition was able to score
but 12 points, and a record in itself was the fact that opponents were held to the low
average of 22 points per game. V
Some teams offered greater resistance than others, but none was a real threat as the
Quaker quintet had a knack of adjusting itself to any and all types of defensive or
As in football strong reserves were a big factor in winning the games, since they
supplied the first stringers with the needed competition in practice.
Topping an already great season was the naming of the entire Franklin team to fill
the all-city berths.
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MARV RASMUSSEN--captain, forward-Marv's unequaled play gained him his second
all-city award. He was the high scorer and the snappiest man on the team. His back-
board play was also outstanding. As captain, his level-headed action kept the team
under control and his forward slot will be a difficult one to fill.
RON BOWEN-forward-Playing his first year on the first string, Ron came through in
true championship form and earned an all-city berth. He was a constant offensive
threat, besides being the biggest, most rugged backboard man on the squad. He will
be back to bolster the squad next season.
STEVE TROY-center-Steve was by far the most feared player in the league. His
superior height made his deadly whirl-shots literally uncheckable. Steve was the back-
bone of the team's air-tight defense, and for his outstanding record was named all-city
center. He may return next season.
PAT MURPHY-guard-Pat played his usual smart game and was the one who engi-
neered most of the set-up plays. He was a good defensive man, and also made his share
of the points which made him an all-city selection. It will be a hard job finding a
replacement for Pat.
BOB 'FATE-guard--The fastest man and the cleverest ball handler in the league, Bob
also earned the all-city honor. His blinding speed made the fast-break a real offensive
threat. He was a fine defensive player, and he was also well up on the scoring ladder.
llob will return for a half a season next year.
AI. CH URCHILL-forward-Al was a hustling sub, and has a pet left hand shot that
should make him a high point man next year.
.lol-IN JONES-gll2ll'd-J0l'll1 was the most substituted man on the team. He was a
scrappy player and scored whenever he was in the game. His support will be missed
.lol-IN VENTURE-forward--Playing varsity basketball while only a freshman was the
feat johnny performed. He showed well when in action and should be a star before he
DON PERKINS-CCIIICY-DOI! graduated in mid-season, but, before that, bolstered the
squad immensely with his fine basketball ability.
DWIGHT HAUGEN-center-Dwight, another tall boy on the squad, looked good when-
ever under fire. He graduates this year.
Fi.oYn HEIMAN--forward-Floyd finished his eligibility by aiding the squad no end
with his spirit and scrappy play.
FRED HEIMAN-forward-Fred was a hustling ball player, possessing an accurate eye.
He also graduates this year.
lion XVEISS-f0I'W2ll'd--B0lJ specialized on a left hand shot that seldom missed. He
was a valuable substitute and will be missed by the team.
ARNOLD FAUST-coach-Nlr. Faust ended two years of coaching at Franklin by turn-
ing out a record breaking casaba squad. Coach Faust was such a likable man that the
players were always in mental condition. After coaching two major teams through
undefeated seasons, Mr. Faust was promoted to physical education director at Central
VVashington College of Education. Students and athletes wish him the best of luck.
Top -Pouch Faust. Second row: Rnsiinissen. llowi-n. Troy, 'l':iti-. 'l'hiriI row: Murphy, Venture, lfri-il Helnnin,
Floyd Helman. Fourth row: Uhurchlll, Weiss, Haugen.
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joe FONTAINE-catcher-After playing a season in the infield, joe was switched back
to catching, where he came through like a veteran. Joe was by far the best catcher in
the league. Two of his best abilities were scooping bad pitches out of the dirt and
firing the ball with lightning speed to catch many a would-be base stealer. This was
.Ioe's last season, and his loss will be a great one.
STEVE TROY-pitcher-Big Steve, standing six feet six inches tall, was one of the most
feared pitchers in the league. His blinding speed and sharp breaking curve set many
batters down swinging. If war conditions allow, Steve will be back next year and
should have another great season.
RON BOWEN-first base-Playing his third year on the varsity, Ron really established
himself as an outstanding first baseman. He is noted for picking up bad throws out
of the dirt and for his power at the plate. Ron is the hardest hitter in the league and
should bolster the team very much next season.
BOB TATE-second base--"Rabbit" is without a peer as a defensive infielder. He
covered more than his own territory and rarely muffed a ball. Bob was leadoff man
in the lineup, and his keen eye gained him many walks. When on base he was the
fastest and II10St dangerous base runner in the league. He will be sorely missed next
JIM VVILSON-shortstop-jim was the right hand member of the best keystone com-
bination in the city. He covered the shortpatch like a tent and nailed many a runner
with his strong arm. jim was an exceptional bunter and advanced and scored many
winning runs with his bunts. He will leave a big gap when he graduates next year.
DON SPEAR-third base-Dan was the outstanding player in the league. He captained
the team to another very successful season. He was switched from the outfield into
third base, adapting himself to the new position with ease. He was the best man in the
league at that position. Dan's greatest ability was hitting. Batting number five in the
lineup, he broke many a ball game up with his blasting, line-drive, clutch hits. It will
be a long time before another player with Dan's hitting prowess is found.
.IUHN .ION Es-left field-John was one of the smoothest outfielders in the league. He
caught many long flies that were tagged for extra bases. He nipped runners at the
plate with his long accurate throws. john was always dangerous at the plate, too.
He was a great asset to the team, and his position will be a hard one to fill.
PAT NIURPHY-CCDICT-flCld, pitcher-Pat had a dual personality on the team this
season. Besides playing steller ball in the outfield, he took his regular turn on the
mound, and won his share of the games. Pat had remarkable control as a hurler, and
again covered a lot of territory in center field, putting his strong arm to use many times
to cut off runners. His better than .300 batting average was a great help to the team,
and he will be hard to replace.
NORM ROBINSON-Tight field-Playing his second year on the varsity, Norm became
one of the league's hardest hitting outfielders. He teamed with Jones and Murphy to
form the best defensive outfield in the city. Norm was a deadly hitter, batting well
over .300. He will not be back next season.
BXIARV RASMUSSEN-pitcher-Playing his first year as a starting pitcher, Rass came
through and established himself as one of the best chuckers in the league. His coolness
when under fire typified Marv's pitching style. He had speed to burn and a tricky-
fast-breaking curve. Marv added great spirit to the team and his loss will be hard felt.
Al. CHURCHILL-l'CllCf pitcher-Al was always on hand to do his part if the need
arose. He is a good chucker, with a lot of stuff on the ball, and should make a first
rate hurler next season.
'Pop row- lloweu, Tate. NVilson, Speer. Sea-ond row: Jones, Murphy, Robinson, Fontaine. 'I'hlr4l row: Troy,
ltasuiussvu, Wuhleru, Churchill.
Boasting a squad inaflc up ot practically thc iilcntical lineup as last ycat's HXY0lIllt'I'
tm nn." the I9-H has:-hall ninc, at the time of this writing, was in hot pntsuit of its
onml straight championship.
lt is not iinprohahlc that tht-3 will iluplicatv as champs, as scwii gznncs haw alrvzuly
lawn won ilccisivcly.
ln IHIIIIY wavs thc' tcani was stronger than thc title winncrs of last ycar. The inliclil
s rlu- hc-st in rho city, going ptacticallx' crtorlcss. 'lihc outfit-lil was patrollcil hy a
tiio of flc':'tfootcml, strong-arrncil playcts, anal was also airtight in its tlcfcnsivc play.
l hc pitching staff was inamlc up ot thrcc hcttcr than zlvwagc- chuckcts.
llitting, on thc whole, was inuch iniptovcil, with a nuinhcr of players batting oxci'
WU, Outstanding in his play, cspccially hitting. was tcani captain, Dan Spa-cr.
'liaking thc place of forinvi' coach, .-Xrnolil lfaust, was Rufus lfox, who cainm- to
l ianklin via Nlilwaukic high school.
This ycziifs trzick C0llYil11,ICllf was bcttvi' tlizlii 2lXQ'l'2lf,fi', brvaikiiig vvcii in tiwil' tri
iiiguizii' iiwvts :intl playing in sc'x'c'i'zil vvviits in uthvi' lI1i't'I'S.
:Xt the first of thc' yczii' lixirtl luck hit rliv sqliml from vx'vi'y :iiiglvg hut, :is the sczisoii
cit'lll'Q1' lfniigh cuzlflwtl thc Qiizikcr tl1im'l:uls, :mil iii spitc' of liziviiig fcw I'l'flll'l1illj,
tci'im'ii, he th-wlopc-tl :i strong tvzllil.
Oiitstzuimliiig iiwiiibm-is nf tlit' squzul wvrv cziptuin. -lack Pitts, who st:ii'1'm'il iii tizisli
uvnts, :mil Don Xvilson, who rim thc -HU in iivzii' rccmxl timv.
n'c'1'ilm'tl, tlwir luck fliaiilgml, :intl in om' mvvt they smivtl tlu' SCJISHIIS liighi-sr tutzil
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,lytk Alllls-Ill!!-yartl llaslig 200-yartl loyy hnrcllvsg hroad lump-,l.u'k yyas vaptain ol this yt':lr's
track sqnatl, anal yyas tht- he-st man in thc' city in thc 200-yard low hurtllt- uvcnt. llc nas also out
ol tht- lzlstvst sprint mrn in tht' rity. This is -I:wk's last season.
Dos Nl-'n,sox+22U anal 440-yartl 1-vt-nts-Don, with his long, svvtfnstoot stride, vapturctl rnany
points this season and was the outstanding -H0 man in thc- city. 'lthis is Don's last yt-ar, too.
Iii-toms!-' Vys lil-:Kraus-liigli jumpg SRO rt-lay-Gt-orge was a closc runnrr up in the- city finals lor
highsinnip honors. llc yyas also a vvry fast rm-mlwr of thc Qualwr X80-yard rvlay. Ut-orgv
is lyark nt-xt ycar.
Yixcla l5l'l,c'It'1l-IUU-yyartl anal 220Ayartl clashes, 800-yard re-lay-Vince shoywtl up ncll, plaving
In many cvcnts. llt- will rt-turn to lyolsta-r thu trflvk squad ncxt st-ason.
llyvrz llyluus-440, X80 relay-Daw was small hut fast as lightning, and in his tirst and last
.war on thc track tt-:un Cilllll' through vvry nicely.
lliutin lllilM.XXJ-X801 nult- rclay-l'rt-tl nas an untiring workcr, and his cllorts slioxyttl gnotl rv'
snlts. llt' gratlnatt-s this sprinig.
PR!-isc'oi'l l'owr-1i,l-100-yard tlashg lyroatl jump-Prescott was a consistvntly good junipvr, anltling
his sharr ot tht- points throughout tht' svason.
,Ions llovyliQn1ilc int-tllt-y'-livin though only' a suphomoru, john was om- of thc ln-st lI1llt'l's in
RVN Pl-2'll'1RSI'fY-lnllt' int-dluy-Rutly' l'0lIlplCfL'll four yt-ars ol hard travk work lyy running vlust-
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,Ions l'liN'llfRIi-Ptllt' vaultq-lnhnny' was thc host polo vztultvr in the city, yyinning in nt-arly uvvry
nwrt. .lohn could have' lwcn a lrrshman all-city' man if he hacln't suffe-rud a lyrol-wn lug. llt
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np in tht- city' finals. Bnh graduates this term.
lirki' l,t'Nn.ylu.-shot put-Burt wnnplctcd two years of track hy heing a consistt-nt point tnalwr
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