Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1945

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5' Ecf aws -I Agal QAJV 'X ""'7L'L""!f5 L7' M... ,Q- 'fx -nas 11 June 1944 - January 1945 llnanae Published by the June 1944 and January 1945 Classes - of the Benjamin Franklin High Sehool Portland, 0regon k Ev x x 4f, . 'ffil YU. Q . 48 g xe:s:a:a:am JW x ,yi W X I 4, wi W f f ,iw L, Theme Because the thoughts of many center on the world of tomorrow, the Almanac Staff this year chose "The Future" as the theme for the 1944 yearbook. Therefore it is to the future, which holds for us a world of everlasting peace and friendship, that we respectfully dedicate this Almanac. 79 Abraham, Norman Adams, Bill Allen, Keith Alpaugh, Leon Alpaugh, Ronald Amate, Ralph Anderson, Bill Anderson, Bob Anderson, Ralph Anderson, VVard Andrist, Bill Anthon, Edward Arcuri, Victor Arnett, Loren Arnold, Edgar Bachman, VVilfred Bahlman, Bob Bahlman, Jack Bain, George Baker, Harley Baldwin, George Baldwin, Howard Baldwin, Robert Balke, W. R. Ballard, Robert Bankus, Howard Bannon, Douglas Barnes, Vincent Barnett, Bill Bastian, Don Bazzell, Marvin Baxter, Dick Beatty, Lloyd Becraft, Harry Belle, Donald Beery, Lewis Bergstrom, Lester Berry, Norman Berry, Tom Berry, Vernon Birch, Jim Blachly, Arthur T. Blachly, Theodore Blackmar, Bob Blair, Bob Blevins, James Blampied, Jack Bliss, Gene Bloomer, Robert Blum, Willie Boetger, Bill Boldman, Charles Bolster, Loren Borgensga rd, N. E. Bostwick, VVilbur Bowder, DeVVitt Bowder, Frank Bowles, VVayne Bradbury, Art Bradley, Herbert Brandenburg, Bill Brandy, Bill Brantlacht, Billy Bray, Jack Briemo, Elmer Broehl, Don Brooks, Jim Brown, Charles Brown, Clair Brown, Dean Brown, Thomas Bruning, William Brunson, Bill Buckley, Keith Buckner, Leonard Bump, Carroll Bush, Stuart Burris, Charles Butterfield, David Cahill, Bill Calhoun, Earl Calder, Mark Campbell, Donald Campbell, VVayne Carlaccio, Joe Carrick, Albert Carter, Merrill Case, Bill Cawood, Ray Cfawood, Roger Chappo, Frank Cha rf, Al Chance, Russell Chiacco, Bob Chennis, Seyman Christeman, Don Christensen, J. Chrlstman, Merlin Christopherson, Lee Church, G. C. Churchill, Al Churchill, George Churchill, Merril Churchill, Ted Clare, Holton Clark, Harold Clark, Heber Clayberger, Mickey Clever, Robert Clifford, Kelly Coffer, Howard Cole, George Conway, Jim Cork, Robertson Cooper, Victor Cram, Henry Cram, John Craner, Ken Criss, George Crockett, Elmo Culver, Max Cumming, Graham Cummings, Marvin Curcio, Ben Curcio, Fred Daniels, Dave Daniels, Don Danna, Sam Dassow, Albert Dassow, Dell Davies, Bill Davis, Hubert Davis, Joe Day, George DeFabio, Bill Degner, Al Deits, R. VV. DeLay, Allen DeNut, Jack Dexter, Bill Dexter, Ralph Devlin, Dale DeVoigne, Melvin Dietrick, James Dimoff, Don Dixon, Dallis Dixon, Gene Dobson, Waldo Doig, Roderick Dokkin, Eldon Donofrio, Don Doone, Henry Dougherty, John Dougherty, Roy Douglas, Jimmy Douglas, Wilbur Servicemen Doyle, Pat Dryer, Frederick Dryer, Jay Duddington, Art Duddington, Leonard Duffy, George Dulich, Vince Duncan, Robert Durham, Kenneth Durland, Coe Dyer, Bill Dyck, VVesley East, Don Eaton, Bob Eaton, G. R. Edge, Ralph Edlund, Bob Edlund, Dick Edward, VVayne Eggeman, Jim Eggeman, Bob Ehlen, George Elle, Martin Ellers, Norman Emmons, Bob Emmons, Don Engel, Bernard Engel, Ed Englgau, Maurice Erickson, Arthur Erickson, Curt Erickson, Jim Eshelby, Claire Estes, Charles Estes, Ed Fague, Don Farah, Frank Farah, George Farnsworth, Leland Farrah, Bud Fast, Bob Faucette, John Feldman, Ernie Fergeson, Burt Ferguson, Scotty Fisher, Jim Fleming, Fred Fontaine, Joe Foster, C. Fox, Robert Fraer, Carl Franklin, Bob Freeman, Kent Frazer, Gordon Freeman, Lynn Gable, Bob Gainer, Dick Gantenbein, Robert Gantenbein, Truma Gardner, Ralph Garnet, Paul Gault, Gale Gething, Glenn Gibb, Jack Gibson, Louis Giesecke, Fritz Gilbaugh, Herbert Gildow, Bill Gilmer, Harry Goldberg, Kermit Goldman, Ken Gordner, Ralph Goss, Herb Grano, Bill Granum, David Green, Bob Greenfield, Robert Grosh, Bobby Il Grosh, Don Grove, Bob Gunderson, Martin Guthrie, Dale Guthrie, James Hager, Don Hager, Harold Halfman, Leonard Hall, Harold Hall, Jim Hampton, Bill Hanna, Robert Hannan, Ralph Hansen, Roy Harkins, Fred Harris, Eddie Harrison, Dan Harshberger, Charles Haveluck, Pete Hawes, Gilbert Hawes, Ivan Hawkins, Bob Hawkins, Elmer Hawkins, Jack Hawkins, John Hawksley, Bob Hay, Bill Heiman, Floyd Hendricks, Bill Hennkleman, VVesley Herrell, Ray Hess, Bob Hildreth, Lloyd Hildreth, Lyle Hildreth, Richard Hodel, Leslie Hoff, Bud Hoff, Kay Hobart, Art Hobson, Don Hochmuth, Joe Hochuli, Robert Holcomb, Lee Holmes, David Holwezer, Gene Hopkins, Les Hopkins, YVayne Horrocks, Jim Horton, Bill Hoskin, Stanley Hauser, Robert Hoygaard, VVilliam Huber, John Hubka, George Hudson, Dick Hudson, Franklyn Hudson, George Huserick, Richard Hylands, Vergil lsensee, Ralpli Izatt, Verland Jackson, Dick Jackson, W. J. Jacobson, Richard Jacques, Gene James, Bill James, Don James, Paul James, Robert Jennings, Ross Jensen, Clarence Jensen, Earl Jenson, Gordon Jepson, Leland Johnson, Art Johnson, Ben Johnson, Bob Johnson, Dick Johnson, Elvin Johnson, Fred Johnson, Robert Johnson, Roy Jones, Allen Jones, Bill Jones, John Jones, Milton Katzky, Bill Kavanaugh, Bill Kaye, Jerry Keesling, Jim Kelly, Ken Kelt, Leo Kerman, Paul Keser, Charles Keser, Pete Keyser, Kenneth Kilford, George Kincaid, Ray Kincaid, Ted King, Harry King, Kenneth Kingery, E. Kirk, Harry Kirkland, James Kirkland, Johnny Kisabeth, John Kjos, Kermit Kjosness, Herbert Kjosness, Norman Kluge, Jim Knauss, Don Knutson, Maurcie Kowitz, Sandy Kraemer, VValter Kruger, Frank Kubler, Bill Kuhmie, Bill Kurath, Carl Kurath, Walter Kuykendall, George Lackey, Bill Lacy, Pat Lake, Robert Lamano, George Lamano, Jimmy Lamoreaux, Robert Lampshire, Alfred Lashbaugh, James Lawrence, Robert Leained, Frank Leary, Dan Leary, Jim Lee, J. R. Leeson, Duane Lewis, J. VV. Lincke, Carl Lincke, Dick Lines, Marvin Lindsey, Paul Littell, Dean Little, Robert Littlefield, Don Lockyear, Victor Logan, Bill Logan, Murray Lombard, Jim Long, Jerry Luciach, Norman Lugar, Martin Lukens, Robert Lundahl, Bert Lunde, Oley Lunstrum, Kenneth Lunstrum, Richard Lyman, Bill Lyman, Irvin Lyman, Ken MacDonald, Donald MacFarlane, Robert MacKaskey, Bob Maden, Gene Madden, Kenneth Maloy, Bob Manougian, John Marino, Frank Markell, Richard Marshall, Bill Mascott, Bill Matson, Bob Maulker, George McClum, Ronald McConnell, Lloyd McCormick, Granville Mclntyre, Stewart Mcjury, Russell McKetben, Bob McLeod, Hughie McMahon, Bob McMahon, Dick McMurray, Bob McNary, ,Tack McQuain, Harlan Meadows, Bud Meeker, Robert Meeker, VVade Mersereau, Ross Michael, Davis Miles, Mickey Miley, Harold Miller, Bill Miller, Jack Miller, Ronald Milles, Bill Milles, joe Mills, Curtis Mitchell, Dean Mitchell, Jim Mitchell, Mickey Moats, Glenn Moffet, James Mollett, Don Monaco, Lon Monahan, VVilliam Moore, Bill Moore, Kenneth Moore, Maurice Moreland, Rod Morgan, Donald Morlan, Eddie Morris, Kenneth Morris, Thomas M'ulharon, Bob Mullins, Glenn Muntch, Melvin Murdock, Jack Murphy, Pat Nabisco, Amos Nagel, Bob Neilan, Bob Nelson, Dick Nelson, Earl Nelson, Frank Nelson, jon Nelson, Ralph Nesbitt, Jimmy Newcomer, Donald Newell, John Newman, Don Newton, VVilbur Newton, Oran Nichoff, Harry Nickel, John Nolde, Jack Numenkamp, Vic O'Brien, Charles O'Brien, Leonard O'Connell, jack Odland, Ted Ogdahl, Ted Ogdahl, Wally Oliver, jim Oller, Jack Oller, Robert Olsen, Douglas Olsen, James Olson, Conrad Olson Johnny Olson, Theodore O'Neill, Don Oniell, Jack Orazio, George Orazio, Sam Ottman, Dick Owens, Delton Pace, Terry Painter, Charles Parker, Ivan Parks, Paul Parks, Ray Parks, Wallace Pasko, Richard Pasko, Robert Patterson, Firmin Patterson, Frank Patterson, Jack Pearson, Charles Pearson, Dave Pearson, Earl Pearson, Ray Peccia, Norman Pellton, Robert Perkins, Don Perrin, Bob Perrish, Fred Peterson, Harvey Peterson, Herbert Petraca, Philip Philips, Clifford Pierson, Charles Phipps, Don Phillips, David Pitts, Jack Poley, Harley Pomeroy, Bob Pomeroy, Jack Pomeroy, VVilliam Pomp, Fritz Pomp, Hans Poppino, Rollie Post, VValter Potestio, Mauro Potestio, joe Potter, Bill Potter, George Powell, -lack Powell, Orville Powell, Prescott Price, John Radabaugh, Dell Raines, Ralph Raker, Bill Rall, George Ranger, Bill Rasmussen, Marvin Rau, Bob Read, Clarence Reinhard, Arthur Reinhart, Bob Repp, Glenn Repp, Harry Rex, Herbert Richardson, Frank Ridgeway, Gordon Riel, Gordon Riggs, Howard Rilletto, Clare Robertson, Bud Robinson, Allan Robinson, Howard Rogers, Barnie Rohe, George Rolfe, Bob Rolfe, Gene Rolfe, William Roscoe, Paul Rosenberry, Dale Ross, Allan Ross, Norman Roth, Lee Rothery, Bill Royle, Harold Ryan, L. I. Ryan, L. J. Saftenberg, Max Salta, Mike Sampson, Jack Summerfeldt, Ray Sarrgus, Marshall Sarver, Richard Sawyers, Marshal Schaffer, Arthur Scheck, Ted Scheiber, Frank Schiene, John Schmotzer, Joe Schoeni, Paul Scholles, Joe Schrick, Raymond Schuh, Gilbert Scott, Al Scott, Alvan Seelye, Edgar Seibert, Richard Selby, Bob Shea, Leonard Shacker, Clarence Shaylor, Jack Shaylor, james Shaw, Herbert Shelton, Harold Shepherd, Bob Shepherd, ,lim Sherman, John Sherwood, Wayne Short, Bob Simpson, Lyle Singer, Edward Skinner, VValter Slocum, Robert Smith, Edgar Smith, Loran Smith, Norman Smith, Richard Snodgrass, Robert Southwick, Niles Spady, Myron Spatz, Orville Speer, Bert Speer, Dan Spencer, Bob Spencer, Gordon Sprague, Bill Staley, Wally Stambaugh, Jack Stanley, Al Starkel, Clinton H. Steele, David Stephen, William Stephen, Willy Stephens, Millard Stevens, Claude Stickel, Harry Stopper, Milton Storer, Melvin Stout, Wendell Stratton, Vernon Stuck, Powell Sturdervant, Harry Subletle, 1. W. Super, Don Super, Ken Sweeney, Leonard Sweeney, Raymond Sweeney, Vincent Talarico, Louis Talarico, Oscar Tapfer, Ray Tate, Bob Taugna, joe Taylor, Arden Taylor, Bill Taylor, Bruce Taylor, Clifford Faylor, Dean Taylor, John Tavlor. Kenneth 1 aylor, Norman Taylor, Ronnie Techeror, L. VV. Teeney, Abe Teeny, Dan Teeny, Sam Terhume, Bob Tinney, ,lim Thetford, VVilliam Thomas, Denison Thompson, Bill Thompson, Don Thompson, R. A. Tichenor, Lawrence Tichenor, Robert Town, Harry Town, Robert Town, Victor Traver, Bill Traver, Howard Trowbridge, Kenny Troy, Steve Turner, Don Tyler, Duane Unis, Norman Utterback, Richard VanVeen, Allen VanVeen, Francis VanVeen, Theodore Venini, Ed Venini, James , Vermeul, jack Voorshess, VVesley Wade, Don Wagoner, Bruce VVagstaff, Dave Wahl, Paul VV alch, Don VValker, Neil VVard, Dave VVard, Dwight Ward, james Ward, Robert WVashburn, Bernard VVashburn, Bill VVashburn, Harry Wlare, David VVasher, Harry VVatkins, Clifford Watkins, Ray , Watkins, William VVatson, Billy VVeber, Bill VVeiss, Bob VVedle, ,lack VVells, Leland VVells, Robert VVest, Ernest White, Herb White, Fred White, Terry Wlilhelms, Bob VVilkinson, George VVilliams, Bob VVillis, Stanley Wilson, Bill Wilson, Bob Wilson, jerry Wilson, Wilbur VVhite, Bob VVhite, Herbert White, Ray VVinn, Bob VVinn, Curtis Winn, Tom Wishard, Clarence Wolf, Howard VVolleck, Tony VVoods, Herman Wornstaff, Bill Wornstaff, Harvey Wornstaff, Stanley Wright, Roger Yeakley, Dean Yerke, Fred York, Phil Yost, Edwin Zeasus, Bud Zeazeas, George Zellner, Frank Zenzer, Elmer Zimmerman, Richard Women Bernard, Margaret Burnham, Elaine Cavanaugh, Louise Craig, Barbara Creighton, Marjorie Dixon, Lois Dorman, Reba Dunn, Dorothy Gibson, Lonis Haig, Barbara Hanson, Opal Hobson, Dorothy Hopfer, Ednamae Holbrook, Mildred Hunt, Ruth Lee, Jeanne e MacSandy, Ethel Miller, Marjorie Muessig, Jean O'Brien, Athylia Peterson, Ruby Philip, Sylvia Playford, Dorothy Rike, Irene Sampert, Dorothy Sampert, Viola Shea, Virginia Visco, Virginia Former Teachers Arnold, Edgar Emigh, George Handzlik, Leon Learned, Frank Londahl, john Wilson, Verne Editor . . 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'J ,13,"g1.-'Z H" -' "4- ' W 'EB 5LQff,pr41-4-1 EELT1 'Q 14 Mfg-Jig ., Af. ,1,w,.f!, X 1 1. L ,,I, , A Vw' '-.w:?:ffa"e23f." l-'I' , fi sf? 1 A I-"'I2'wi'.' 1.-1" fn- 1 , 1-'f?,5,g'i.511,,'Q fa 4 Q, he ' 1 'ini' .., ,1' Q ,, K-2: 1 n it ' 535372 ' ....r'. 1, " :1',2f'1,f-ff' ,I aff- - U , -nf' .- U.: -5g?'f-'1- '-'- .'- 14. I Principal Charles A. Fry Congenial, understanding Principal Charles A. Fry has led this senior class through four years of high school life, and we now come to the end of our journey, our minds filled with his many Words of wisdom and guidance. His ability to meet and solve the many problems confronting a high school principal make possible a smooth-running administration such as we have. Under his Wise guidance is also assured the successful promotion of our various school activities. For his kindness and thoughtful consideration the members of the Senior Class are truly grateful. :Vice-Principal Campbell Vice-Principal Campbell has now been at Franklin only three years, but during this short time he has made many new friends. His pleasing personality, his friendly understanding, and his sense of humor are qualities which make him well-suited for the office of vice-principal. The Seniors sincerely hope he will continue his fine work at Franklin High school for many years to come. ,g Dean Ella E. Wvilson Dean of Girls is indeed a difficult job and one that requires much time and ef- fort, but Dean Ella VVilson has filled this position well for many yearsg and, as the Seniors leave, she stays to carry on her many duties. Through the guidance clubs she has done a great deal toward developing in Franklin girls the qualities of good cit- izenship and character, and the girls of the Senior Class wish to thank her for the many things she has done for them. y Service Staff Franklin is indeed grateful for the fine work done by our loyal Service Staff who have carried on their many duties in spite of insufficient help. The untiring efforts of the building custodians in keeping Franklin in tip top condi- tion is much appreciated and we are very grateful to the cafeteria staff for their fine Yvolik. Hou' 1-Young. Tlwnipsun, 1'. Carver. Gibson. Iratvhshnw, Hou' 2gSt':l1es, Jones, l'ill'Y1'!'. ffiee staff y Always ready to greet you with a cheerful word and sunny smile are the office assistants, Nlrs. Jeannette Xlclfwan and Nlfiss Pat Yvendland. Their efficient Work in keeping accurate school records, their constant help to Frank-- lin students, and their great assistance to Principal Fry, Vice-Principal Campbell, Dean VVilson, and the counsellors are indeed worthy of recognition. Faculty - undamental lt is the teachers of the fundamental courses who give us the basic subjects required for graduation from high school. We are very fortunate in having at Franklin such a fine staff of these teachers to guide us in our search for knowledge. How 1-Yun Fleet, Dawson, Auld, Ridgrewsiy, Heist, llicliamls. Smith. llnw 2-I, Zinnnormaui, Snnnll, Caseheer, Smutz. Mnrslmll, Allaircl, Tsvli:11'iu-r, liege-lv. Ennzi. llmr3--Meliiiy, Glover, Collins, Coruutt, flnntlmr, 1-lc-khairt, N1-ikirk. A, 'l'ownsenil. Dillon, NVhitr-. lloii'-lfrlflimil. ll:u1ling'.'. Reinhnrt, Oliver, Word, lt. Zinnueruiaui, Manuingr, Al1'liPl'4'll9l'. Facult - E ective There is a large choice of elective subjects including art, music, domestic science, and manual arts, from which a student may choose to round out his basic program. Franklin can indeed be proud of the many well-qualified teachers in these fields. Row 1-Townsr-ml, Sc-haitl, Koi-mek, Hoi-r, Fox, Arnold. Manle. ll0w15fCnseheer, Smutz, XVliite, Driscoll, Dvomk. Si-ntl. Ibiclwiismi, llnllvr, How 24-Stzinips, Drliua, Hoke, lVa!lsh, Soufhwiek, Counsellors The boys and girls counsellors have been of great service to Franklin students and their time and effort is much appreciated. Girls-llflrs. VVilson, Nlrs. Oliver, Nliss Nlarshall, Nlrs. Scott. Boys-lllr. Campbell, Nlr. Ridgeway, Nlr. Southwick, Nlr. lllanning, Nlr. Fry, Nlr. lfnna. Vrxcla DlJl.L'It'lI HOVVARIJ RIGCS DoI.oREs Bocas BARBARA CUTLER GEORGE VAN BERGEN 4 all Student Council Presidenl . . . . V1NcEN'r DULCICH Wife Presidenl . . . . . HOWARD RIGGS Secretary ..... . . DOLORES Bocas Girlx' Represelllali-'Uv . . . . . BARBARA CUTLER Boys' Represcntafiw . . fl!-IORGE VAN BERGEN The activities of the Fall term, 1943, started off in the right direction by keeping up the record of a IOOW Student Body Card sales for the third consecutive time. Most prominent among the projects undertaken, however, was the complete furnish- ing of a day room for soldiers at Camp Adair. Members of the student body willingly pitched in and gave their money to pay for this brand new furniture. But this was not the only patriotic step taken during the term, for war-conscious Quakers supported the two VVar Bond drives with true Franklin spirit. Climaxing a successful term was a Christmas semi-formal dance given the evening of December 23 in our gymnasium. The main feature of the dance was a Santa Claus who handed out paper hats to all those attending. HARRIE1' MCGXLL VVAYNE LICHTGARN Bm, OWEN lelARRY REITON MAXINE JONES Spring Student Council President . . . . . . BILL OWEN If ice President . . . WAYNE LlCH'l'GARN Secretary ..... . HARRIET MCGILL Girls' Representative' . . MAx1NE JONES Boys' Representative . . . . HARRY REXTON This team of officers really pulled together and brought in a varied program of activities for the term. An outstanding accomplishment was "Field Day," an all out clean up day for the whole school. Another achievement was the P.-T.A. recreation program which brought amusement and enjoyment to many. A very successful term was climaxed by the annual May fete, which was more beautiful and colorful than in the years before. 1, -1 -l. ii 7 S Sl 10. 11 li! 13. 1-l. 1.1. 16 17 18 19 20 livnny :Ms lln- hiril. Hi .Kn1ll'1-y! Ylkfllll nl' boys' first' uid 4-lass. Wvll ilu-11-'S Palsy! Mr, Hnrr, llivyvlv lnnill for tllw-1-! Junk Guinor. Smile prvtty, llzn'h:u'u. I'v1-sonallity kill Troy. Wow! Study in technivue. Woll look nt tlmt! Hi gurls! V sign, Cozy? Free rides. Nioe work il' you it. Two-vonod pnok in' Ph yllis . Hacks slroundl "Coy" Carlton. crm get Classes .., ., xX4 5X - XXN N, N 7 X, 1' i-, ,-- X 4 f AY C' s N ss 1 X '-S 67 , . Q - ' 'ix Og! .Q 'Q .- J- X Xxx! X el 1 x 9 K-N GW '6 un 19 Fall ilffieers GEORGE VAN BERGEN BILL OWEN BARBARA CUTLER Louise LAsRrR STEVE TROY DONNA LYMAN J In the fall of 1940, a crop of green-as-ever freshies entered Franklin halls to make a place for themselves. After several years of happy memories, there finally came the time for the class to organize. September 29, 1943, marked its first meeting, at which time officers for the seventh term were elected. We were very fortunate in having as our adviser, Mrs. Glover, who has been a constant help to us in everything we have done or attempted to do. At the beginning of the spring term new officers were elected, and because of his fine leadership George Van Bergen was re-elected as our class president. The first activity of the spring term was the Freshie Frolic, which was very successful. l'rf.vidm1t . . . . QTEORCE VAN BERGEN I"ire Prfsidrn! . . .... BILL OWEN S10-ffm-y , , . BARBARA CUT1 ER Tr1'a5l1rpr , , , . LOUISE LASKAR S.f'rg1f'ant al arms . . . STEVE TROY Hirlorian . . . DONNA LYMAK ,elilfuifpr , . . . MRS. Gl.ovER 44 lass IU-widen! . . . ......... GEORGE VAN BERGEN Vzce Presideni . . . . . RON BOWEN Serretary . . . . ROBERTA CLARK Trmxurer . . . . DALE BURTNER Sergeant at arms . . . . DERELE SwAn,s Hixiorian . . . . . AI. WOLLOCK :ld-visfr . . . MRS. Gi.ovER GEORGE VAN BEROEN ROEERTA CLARK RON BOWEN' MRS. GLOVER Ai. Wor.l.ecK DERELE SWAILS DALE BURTNER if Several meetings were held throughout the term at which plans for graduation were made. Navy blue and white were chosen as the class colors, and it was voted that caps and gowns be worn at commencement. The members of the class had a class picnic late in lVlay. The class held their baccalaureate services at the Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church. Sunday evening, May 28. Commencement exercises took place on Thursday, June 1, in our auditorium followed on Friday evening by the senior prom in the beautifully decorated gym. 7 In leaving, the June '44 class wishes the best of luck to the future graduating classes of Franklin. 19 ABOLIN, RUBY MARIE-Arleta, Kekos, VVork. ADAMSON, JACK-Springfield High, Mo., Football '-l-3, Track '44, Gym Leaders Club, president, Oregon State. AINSXVORTH, DORIS E.-Arleta, Kekos, VVork. AMES, MILDRED F.--Arleta, Pentathlon, vice president, Ore- gon State. ARNOLD, VVILLA JEAN-Longfellow Jr. High, Enid, Okla- homa, Kekos, College. BALDWIN, EDNA ANN-Joseph Lane, Kekos, 4-II, Business Manager, Scholarship, Nurses Training. BLACKMAR, NORA CURTIN--Kenton, VVork. BLISS, BETTY -I.-Binnsmead, Hi Ki Ki, Freshie Frolic Talent Show, Kekos, Assemblies, Business College. BLISS, DELORES M.-Binnsmead Hi Ki Ki, Freshie Frolic Tal- ent Show, Kekos, Assemblies, VVork. BOLLINGER, JANICE MARIE-D. A. Grout, Kekos, Room Rep, Gulick B, INork. BORIN, VIVIAN FAY-Richmond, Scholarship Kekos, vice president, sergeant at arms, Masque Sz Gavel, secretary, Gulick B, president, vice president, Room Rep, District Manager, Almanac Salesman, Business Manager-Cashier, College. BOULIETTE, BETTY R.-Binnsmead, Kekos, sergeant at arms, University of Oregon. BOVVEN, RONALD C.-Russellville, Baseball '-l-I, '-PZ, '43, '-l-4, Basketball '41, '42, '-I-3, I4--l-, Illuminati, vice president, Hi-Y, treasurer, Lettermen, vice president, Navy Air Corps. BOWVN, BARBARA LORRAINE-Idaho Falls jr. High, Kekos' Trefoil, Production Class, WVork. v BREZEE, SHIRLEY M.-Duniway, Scholarship, Post Reporter, Skating Club, secretary, president, Trefoil, Chairman, Candy counter salesman, College. BURGIN, GLEN EDVVARD-Arleta, Camera Club, president, sergeant at arms, Skating Club, president, sergeant at arms, Catalyst Club, Almanac Snapshot Contest VVinner '-I-2, '43, Track '-I-1, Scholarship, Production Class, Bond Committee, DeMolay, Navy, Pharmacy. BURKETT, BETTY J.-Dick Dowling Jr. High, Beaumont, Texas, Kekos, Iii Ki Ki, Historian, Undecided. BURTNER, DALE C.-Richmond, State VVinner, -I-II Electrifi- cation Contest, Class Treasurer, june '-H, Band, president, v Catalysts, president, Scholarship, Orchestra, American Legion Contest, City Senior 4-H Club, president, Track '42, '4-3, Letterman Club, Room Rep, Service Squad, Stamp Club, Reed College. CARSTENSEN, OVE-Marysville, DeMolay, Navy Air Corps. CHAPMAN, ROBERT LOVIS-Binnsmead, Post Staff Sports Editor, Quaker Catalysts, Social Science Club, Stamp Club, president, -I--H Club, Scholarship, Quill and Scroll, Almanac District Sales Manager, Truck, '4--l- University of Oregon. CHRISTY, GENE--Lents, Room Rep, Navy Air Corps. CLARK, ROBERTA JEAN-joseph Kellogg, lIi Ki Ki, presi- dent, treasurer, Kekos, president, A.G.S. Council, june '44 Class Secretary, Almanac Assistant Editor, Room Rep, Freshie Frolic Committee, Scholarship, University of Oregon. CLODFFLTER, EVELYN LOIIISE-Richmond, Kekos, sergeant at arms, Business Manager-Cashier, Guliek B, president, sec- retary, District Manager, Almanac Salesman, Scholarship, College. COLEMAN, MARY ELIZABETH-Richmond, Kekos, president, editor, Orchestra, librarian, Scholarship, Freshie Frolic Com- mittee, District Manager, All City Orchestra, Opera Quartet '43, Almanac Salesman, College. COMBS, DONNA MAE-Our Lady of Sorrows, Pentathlon, Oregon State College. CI'RCIO, ANGIE L.-Creston, l'Ii Ki Ki, secretary, A.G.S. vice president Guliclt, secretary, KeKos, president, Room Rep, District Manager, Almanac Staff, Vndecided. CUTLFR, BARBARA ANN-Glencoe, A.G.S., president, Stu- dent Body, secretary, Secretary of Class, Delta Beta Phi, Al- manac Staff, Gulick, president, Kekos, president, District Manager, College. DAVIS, CI-IARLEFN LENORE-joseph Kellogg, Kekos, junior Red Cross, Oregon State. DICXTER, FRANCES-Binnsmeatl, Kekos, VVork. DOBSON, IZl'LA MARTIIA-VVoodmere, Kekos, Globe Trot- ters, Vested Choir, Opera, I'niversity of Oregon. DLLCICH, VINCE-St. Ignatius, Student Body President, Fall '43, Illuminati, Hi-Y, secretary, Letterman Club, Football '42, '43, Track '41, '42, '43, '44, Room Rep, Service Squad, Work in Cafe, Navy Air Corps. EASTON, ELVERA BERNIECE-Richmond, Band, Orchestra, Vested Choir, Kekos, G.A.A., Horizon Club, Gulick, District Manager, Almanac Salesman, Room Rep, Undecided. ICATON, MYRTLE MARIE-Loyalton Grammar School, Cali- fornia, Band, Dean's Office Staff, Cadet Nurse Corps. ICIILERT, BARBARA-jefferson High, Delta Beta Phi, Oregon State College. IiICHFNBIiRGIi1R, VVILLIAM A.-Kellogg, Stage Crew, '40, '41, Undecided. , ICMMOTT, DOROTIIY-Grant High, University of Oregon. FNGIZLGAU, MAURIC12 V.-Central Catholic High, Cub Re- porter, Army. FLANDERS, ANDRIQVV E.-D. A. Grout, Scholarship, Glee Club, Boys Quartet Accompanist, Orchestra, Vested Choir, 3 Operas, Armed Forces. GAINER, CHARLOTTIC JOYCE-Glencoe, Kekos, Room Rep, Globe Trotters, Freshie Frolic Committee, Oregon State Col- lege. t,,.ALBRAITI'I, RAE ELIZABETH - Richmond, Masque 84 Gavel, vice president, I,atin Club, president, Kekos, Gulick B, Social Science Club, Vested Choir, Opera '42, Spring '43, Fall '43, Post Circulation Manager, Almanac Sales Staff, Scholar- ship, Production Class, Reed College. GIESECKE, EBERI-IARD VV.-VVoodstock, Post Co-editor, Catalysts, president, Quill and Scroll, Room Rep, Masque 8: Gavel, Track '42, '43, '44, Stamp Club, vice president, Camera Club, Production Class, Vested Choir, Opera '43, University of Oregon. GILLSON, ELLEN-Joseph Lane, Room Rep, Dean's Office Staff, Kekos, Business College. -2' , t I r iw X fl 1 , -V Z' 11-. W I f A la' N... "' fi ,,,,, as-S 64 , ,:.: gg, N, 'v :S X GORHAM, ALBERTA MARIE-St. Ignatius, Kekos, Globe Trotters, Room Rep, Work. GOSPODINOVIC, ROSE MARY-Arleta, Kekos, Room Rep, Oregon State College. GEIL, HARRY-Glencoe, Navy. HALFORD, AUDREY MARIE-Powellhurstg Kekos, Latin Cluh, Nurses Training. HANKINS, VVAYNE R.-Joseph Kellogg, Royal Order of F, secretary, Illuminati, president, treasurer, Football '40, '41, '42, '43, Fire Squad, University of Oregon. HARRIS, BEVERLY J.-VVoodmere, Kekos, Almanac Salesman, Library, Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles. HARTVVIG, ROBERT L.-Russellville, Illuminati, Royal Order of F, Navy. HAYZLETT, ROLAND-VVoodmere, Undecided. HELFRICI-I, CLEMENT G.-Hosford, Armed Forces. HENDERSON, BETTY JEAN-Joseph Lane, Deau's Office Staff, Oregon School of Education. HENRY, SALLY ANN-Glencoe, Kekos, president, A.G.S. Council, Gulick, Hi Ki Ki, S.A.A., Oregon State College. HIERSCHE, DONALD-joseph Lane, Football '41, '42, '43, Service Squad, VVork until enlistment. HOOVER, SHIRLEY-Boise Grammar School, Kekos, VVo1'k. IIOPFINGER, JOAN-Hosford, Kekos, Business College. IIORTON, LARRY-Lincoln High, Catalyst, Scholarship, Post Reporter, Quill and Scroll, VVillnmette University. IIUBBARD, LYDIA GRACE-D. A. Grout, Delta Beta Phi, Kekos, Room Rep, Production Class, VVork. JANTSCHAR, ROLAND-St. Ignatius, College. JOHNSON, EDVVARD R.-VVestport Jr. High, Kansas City, Mo., Radio Programs, City Essay Contest, High School Divi- sion, 3rd Price, Scholarship, Camera Club, sergeant at arms, A-12. JOHNSON, LOUISE ESTELLE-VVoodmere, Room Rep, Kekos, vice president, University of Oregon. JONES, BARBARA ANN--VVoodburn, Oregon, Undecided. KAVANAGH, NANCY LOU-Hosford, Kekos, treasurer, Room Rep, Sth Term Representative, Work. KING, CAROLYN-Sunnyside, Cadet Nurses Corps. KING, ROBERT ALLEN-Roosevelt jr. High, Basketball '43, '44, Track '44, Quaker Club, Hi-Y, Air Corps. KLINE, VVILLIAM E.-Marysville, Camera Club, Band, pres- ident, Catalyst Club, College. KOLSTAD, CRYSTALL LITCILLE-Glencoe, Kekos, secretary, Vested Choir, Operettas '40, '41, '43, Undecided. LAMB, BARBARA JEAN-Modoc Union High, Kekos, vice president, junior Red Cross, Scholarship, Business College. LANTZ, EVELYN F.-Glencoe, Kekos, Globe Trotters, Room Rep, VVork. LASKER, LOUISE-Arleta, Kekos, Delta Beta Phi, vice presi- dent, president, '44 Class, treasurer, Color Committee '44 Class, College. LFE, THOMAS T.-Glencoe, Quaker Club, president, Order of F, Deltoid, Football '40, '41, '42, '43, Baseball '41, Track, '43, Room Rep, Globe Trotters, Notre Dame. LEPLEY, RUTH BARBARA-VVoodstock, Kekos, Stanford Uni- versity. LICHTGARN, WAYNE-Richmond, Quaker, Fire Squad, Vice President of Student Body, School Play, '44, Navy. LINDLEY, NANCY MADELEINE - Duniway, Scholarship, Kekos, Almanac Staff, Scholarship to Art School. LOCKE, SHIRLEY MAE-Richmond, Kekos, Room Rep, Globe Trotters, Usher, Art School. LOCKE, FRANKLYN VVALTER-Creston, Illuminati, Torch- Y, secretary, Track, '41, '42, '44, Room Rep, University of Oregon. LONG, DOROTHY-BEITNA CREST, Salem, Oregon, Kekos, VVork. I,I'CAS, JOYCE C.-Hosford, Kekos, Undecided. LUNDE, HENRY-VVoodmere, Civil Air Patrol, VVork. LYMAN, DONNA-Arleta, Hi Ki Ki, vice president, A.G.S., historian, '44 Class, historian, Kekos, president, Room Rep, Class Color Committee, Oregon State. MACMURRAY, IRENE-VVoodlawn, Kekos, VVork. MANSFIELD, LOIS MAXINE-Powellhurst, Hi Ki Ki, Gulick, vice president, Kekos, vice president, Dean and Girls' Confer- ence '41, Opera '40, '41, '43, A.G.S., historian, College. MARTI, CLARA HELEN-Sunnyside, Kekos, Post Ad Man- ager, Cub Reporter, Undecided. MATTSON, IDA-Joseph Lane, Business College. saw ., 9 who ng. lyk' MCGILVRA, JOHN-Richmond, College. MCNALLY, CAROL-Fresno High, Fresno, California, French Tri-Colore Club, Scholarship, Freshie Frolic Committee, Ore gon State. MCPIIERSON, DIFANE P.-Powellhurst, Camera Club, Stamp Club, Stage Crew Manager, Navy V-5. METCALF, A. LORRAINIC-Tangent, Oregon, Kekos, Post Re- porter Skating Club, Room Rep, Band, Orchestra, Scholar- ship, Cadet Nurses Corps. MILLER, BARBARA ANN-Sacred Heart, Kekos, Cadet Nurses Corps. MILLER, ELALYE MI'EI,LER, RODERICK L.-Drain, Oregon, Army Air Corps. MVNNS, PHYLLIS-Joseph Lane, Kekos, treasurer, Room Rep, Business College. MITSTOLA, DORAS LEE-Mayger Grade, Clatskanic High, Kekos, Glee, VVorlc. NEIIIQR, DORIS JEANE-Glencoe, Globe Trotters, Kekos, Freshie Frolic Committee, University of Oregon. NEVILLE, DONNA M.-Joseph Lane, University of Oregon. ODLAN D, LEOLA PEARL-D. A. Grout, Tri-Coloreg Post Re- porter, Fall '43, Post Proofreader, Spring '44, Business Man- agers, College. OPIE, JUNE-Boise Jr. High, Springfield High, College. OVVEN, VVILLIAM L. Milwaukie jr. High, Illuminati, trea- surer, Hi-Y, president, 7th Term Class, vice president, Letter- men Club, Fire Squad, Football, Student Body President, Service. PACKER, JEAN FRANCES-Joseph Kellogg, Trefoil, Tri- Colore, Kekos, Dean's Office Staff, All American Girl, '42 May Fete, Opera '41, '42, '43, Vested Choir, College. PEAKE, BETTY-Damascus, Work. PEARSON, DAVID-Marysville, Radio Club, Chess Club, Room Rep, Service Squad, Reed College. PEAT, ANDREVV-Kellogg, Navy. POND, MARGARET-Glencoe, Kekos, Undecided. RICHANBACH, HENRY S.-Catalysts, Junior Football, Schol- arship, Reed College. ROACH, EUGENE GILBERT--Richmond, Catalysts, Service Squad, Masque 8: Gavel, Junior Football, Fall '40, '41, Naval V-12. ROLFE, ROBERT L.-Joseph Lane, Skating Club, president, sergeant at arms, Room Rep, Camera Club, Navy. ROMTVEDT, CAROLYN-Vernonia, Oregon, Kekos, Post Re- porter, Post, Co-editor, Quill 8: Scroll, University of Oregon. ROSS, BARBARA KATHLEEN-Joseph Kellogg, Pentathlon, vice president, Freshie Queen, Oregon State. ROUSSOS, GEORGE STEVE-Richmond, Business Manager, Almanac Staff, Quill 8: Scroll, Scholarship, Service Squad, vice president, Catalyst, College. SAVAGE, DON E.-Woodmere, Scholarship, Service Squad, captain, Globe Trotters, C.A.P., Navy Air Corps. SCHMIDT, RICHARD H.-Joseph Lane, Letterman's Club, Service. SCHNEIDER, LORRAINE-Lincoln High, Scholarship, Kekos, Latin Club, Almanac Typist, Book Exchange Manager, Candy Counter Salesman, Almanac Salesman, Business Manager, '44 School Play, Post Typist, University of Washington. SEIFFERT, JAMES-Woodstock, Air Corps. SHELL, CURTIS NOBLE-Arleta, Illuminati, Basketball, '44, Room Rep, Lettermen Club, Football '43, Navy. SHERWOOD, LUANA - Marysville, Kekos, French Club' Scholarship, Glee, Choir, Opera, Work. SHOEMAKER, JEAN ELIZABETH-LaGrande, Oregon, Ke- kos, Opera '42, '43, Vested Choir, Room Rep, Almanac Sales- man, Cadet Nurse Corps. SINGER, MARILYN B.-Richmond, Kekos, Pentathlon, presi- dent, A.G.S. Council, Undecided. SMITH, DANIEL DEAN-Oak Grove, Ir. Basketball '40, '41, Vested Choir '40, '42, '43, Robson Chorus '42, '43, All City Chorus '42, '43, College until Enlistment. SMITH, OLEN A.-Leslie Junior High School, Salem, Oregon, Scholarship, Service Squad, Foul Shooting Contest Champion, Basketball, '41, College. SNYDER, ARLENE-Milwaukie jr. High, Kekos, Opera, Nor- mal, Monmouth. STADIUS, CARL ELLISS-Sunnyside, Army Air Corps. STANGELL, GEORGIANN - St. Mary's Academy, Kekos, Scholarship, Opera '42, Almanac Salesman, Red Cross Sew- ing, Play Production, Vested Choir, Oregon State, Nursing. STEEN PATTIE-Des Moines, Iowa, Opera "Pinafore", Kekos, College, Music. STENDER, ANITA LOUISE-Tekoa, Hi Ki Ki, College. SULLIVAN, GORDON E.-Richmond, French Club, Room Rep, Social Science Club, Navy. SUTTON, DOROTHY JANE-Joseph Kellogg, Kekos, Glee, Opera, Work. WWW' SVVAILS, DERELE H.-Marysville, Room Rep, Stage Crew, Forestry Club, June '44 Class, sergeant at arms, Torch-Y, Service Squad, Air Corps. SWANSON, ELEANOR JUNE-Glencoe, Camera Club, Masque Sz Gavel, Orchestra, president, Band, Columbia School of Air Broadcast, Caleetas, Orchestra accompaniment of Opera '41, '42, '43, Pacific College, Nurses Training. THOMPSON, DUVVAYNE V.-VVestby, Wisconsin, VVork. TROY, JOHN STEPHEN-Russellville, Illuminati, president, Hi-Y, vice president, Royal Order of F., Football '40, '41, '42, '43, all city, Captain Basketball '41, '42, '43, '44, all city, Baseball '41, '42, '43, '44, all city, Track '43, '44, Fire Squad, Navy. TITRVILLE, CHARLOTTE MARIE-Glencoe, Almanac June '44 Class Editor, Delta Beta Phi, secretary, vice president, president, Gulick, sergeant at arms, Kekos, president, District Manager, College. VAN BERGEN, GEORGE-Joseph Kellogg, Quaker Club, vice president, Student Body Boys' Representative, June '44 Class, president, Lettermen Club, president, Fire Squad, Sodalitas Latina, Silver VVings Club, Football Programs, Football '41, Basketball '42, '43, '44, Track '41, '42, '43, '44, Room Rep, Almanac Salesman, Student Body Card Manager, Hi-Y, chap- lain, vice president, Army Air Corps. VVAGSTAFF, CONSTANCE - VVoodmere, Kekos, treasurer, president, Production Class, Room Rep, Tennis '41, '42, '43, Almanac District Manager, University of Washington. VVEIS, NORMAN VVILLIAM-Sunnyside, Naval Aviation. VVHITAKER, HELEN WINNOGENE-Madison Junior High, Albany, Oregon, Kekos, Production Class, Almanac Salesman, VVork. VVOLLECK, ALFRED G.-Creston, Illuminati, Torch-Y, Serv- ice Squad, Globe Trotters, Football '40, '41, '42, '43, Track '42, '43, '44, Band, Royal Order of F, U. S. Ski Troops. VVOOD, MARGARET-VVhittier Junior High, Spanish Club, vice president, Business College. YORK, BOB-Mt. Tabor, Scholarship, District Manager, AI- manac Salesman, DeMolay, Band, vice president, V-S. YOUNG, JOYCE M.-VVoodmere, Kekos, secretary, Library, Rctl Cross, Cadet Nurse Corps. CALDERVVOOD, LOIS-Glencoe, Gulick B, president, Kekos, secretary treasurer, Scholarship, Cafe Business Manager, Girls' Golf Team, St. Helen's Hall. CAM ERA SH Y BERNARD, KENNETH MITCHELL, JIM HUBBARD BURRELL, ELDA E. ROSE, CATHERINE JOSEPHINE DODGE, MARJORIE SINCLAIR, HAROLD Quill mul S1-roll ple-d::l:s "'I'uIv" Hntfivld. 'l'ri4-yvlv lrollblv? lhmshfzll Nluxinu. l"Il4'llHj' llIlIl'll. lin-1-til1::'s! MlnmmlnlnmmlnmmmI Immun- uutal lu-rr-I Msulgiy. Yinr-P, 'l'llm1g:hlf1lI IIIUIIIUIIIS. Nivs- work Ihlwkinsl 13:11-lc 4-nt1':lm's-. Nu. 1 :'il'l, an. 19 l're.videni . . . . . . . lim Prmidenl . . Secretary . . . 'I'rm.vurcr . . . Sfryrarzf at arms . llisforiarz . . . .ldfvirz-r . DAVE ENGLEBART RONALD THOMAS HARRIET MCGILL Bos NICKOLOFF Cirrus TSEFALAS Jam: Bnows Spring llfficers DAVE ENcE1.BAk'r RONALD THOMAS HARRIET MCGILL Bos NICKOLOI-'if CHRIS TSEFALAS . JEAN BROWN . Miss Nizncuuc The January l945 class was organized in February 1944. Immediately after this, they began Work on the Almanac. Committees were formed for various activities for next term. This term, for the first time, both the Rose Festival Princess and the May Fete Queen were selected from the january class. 45 Class Fall llfficers President .............. DAVE ENGELBART Vin- Presideni . . Cx-ms TSEFALAS Smremry . . . . . MAXINE JONES Tnfamrer .... .... B ETTY GEE Srrgmnt at arm: . . . BARNEY GlANSAN1'li Hisforian . . . . GER'FRUDE CHERNIS rldwim' . . . Miss NEIKIRK DAVE ENGLEBART MAXINE JONES CHRIS TSEFALAS Miss NEIKIRK GERTRUDE CHERNIS BARNEY Gl,ANSAN'FE Bl-I'l"I'Y GER Many plans have been made for the fall term of the january 1945 class, and it looks as though next term will be a very successful one. Plans to obtain class pins are being worked on, and with the co-operation of all we hope to have them by next term. Many activities have been plannedg the climax of the term will be the traditional senior prom. ALBERTSON, GLORIA NADINE--Hosford, Caleetas, Opera '-H, '42, '43, University of Oregon. ARDITI, FRANCES-D. A. Grout, Caleetas, 4-H, A.G.S. Council, 4-H Scholarship, Oregon State College. ARNIETT, BEVERLY-joseph Kellogg, Caleetas, president, his- torian, A.G.S. Council, College. ARNDT, LILLIAN-Richmond, University of Oregon. BOWMAN, MILDRED-Woodmere, Caleetas, Principia Col- lege. ISRILL, MARY--Lake Grove, Art School. BROVVN, BEATRICE-Columbia, El Monte, California, VVork. BROVVN, JEAN-Wooclmere, Gulick, secretary, Caleetas, presi- dent: Room Rep, Red Cross Council, Almanac Salesman, Post Staff, Oregon State. BROVVNE, SHIRLEY ANN-YVoodmere, Caleetas, secretary, Room Rep, College. BURKE, ELSYE MARIE-Hosford, Caleetas, Business College. CALDER, GEORGE - Creston, Letterman Club, Torch-Y, Track '-E-1, '-I-3, '4-4, Undecided. CAMPBELL, GLORIA JEAN - Marysville, Quaker Camera Club, president, Spanish Club, Oregon State College. C'ARI."l'ON, MARGARET-Marysville, Quaker Camera Club, treasurer, Spanish Club, Caleetas, Pacific University. CHERNIS, GERTRUDE JOAN-Richmond: Spanish Club, pres- ident, Caleetas, sergeant at arms, Room Rep, Business Man- ager, Post, feature editor, ScholarshiP3 Quill and Scroll, Ore- gon State College. CIIRISTENSEN, HARRY-Richmond, Stage Crew, Work. COMPTON, CATHERINE-Girls Polytechnic, Caleetas, Orc- gon State. . CROSSVVHITE, BOB-Hosford, Letterman's Club, Track '41, '-I--I, Football '40, Army Air Corps. CVDVVORTH, VVILDA-VVoodmere, Caleetas, Business College. DARNALL, GLEN ANN-Binnsmead, College. DILORETO, MARIE ELAINE-Joseph Lane, Caleetas, Post Advertising, Fall '43, Globe Trotters, Work. DITTO, JACK FRANK-Creston, Armed Forces. DUNCAN, DOROTHY JEANNE-vArleta, Oregon State Col- lege. EHLEN, JEAN-Lane, Caleetas, University of Oregon. ENGELBART, DAVE L.-Gilbert, Ian. '45 Class President, Quaker, secretary, Hi-Y, historian, Letterman's Club, Schol- arship, Room Rep, Fire Squad, Service Squad, Football '42, '43, Almanac, sports editor, Business Manager, College. ESTES, CLARENCE-D. A. Grout, Torch-Y, Track '43, '44, Football '42, '43, Armed Forces. EVANS, WVARREN RICHARD-Glencoe, Gym Leaders, secre- tary-treasurer, Scholarship, Army Air Corps. FRANCISCO, DAVID-Kellogg, Catalysts, vice president, Stage Crew: Student Body Office, Scholarship, Camera Cluh, Chem- istry Stock Room, Undecided. FRANCONE, CHRISTINE-D. A. Grout, Hi Ki Ki, Caleetas, Livewire, University of Oregon. FREEMAN, BETTY JOAN-Woodstock, Spanish Club, Ca- leetas, College. FRITZ, IMOGENE-Maple Grade, Camera Club, VVashington State College. CEE, BETTY JEAN--joseph Kellogg, Pentathlon, treasurer, secretary, Gulick, Caleetas, Almanac Salesman, Room Repre- sentative, Business College. GIANSANTE, BARNEY-Hosford, Torch-Y, secretary, vice president, College. GRISCIIOVV, ROLLAND ROY-VVoodmere, Foothall, Basehall, Navy. , HALL, DONALD QUIRK-Kello9Z52.': Catalysts, Boys Glee 3, 4, Franklin Choir 5, 6, Track, Undecided. I-IANNA, DONALD RAYMOND JOSEPH LAWRENCE-An leta, Torch-Y, president, Band, College. IIAWKSLEY, DICK-jason Lee jr. High, Tacoma, VVash., VVork. II ENR Y, JACK-Creston, Navy. HILDRETH, VIRGINIA JEAN-Arleta, I-Ii Ki Ki, Caleetas, president, University of Oregon. HORR, MARIETTA-Sunnyside: Caleetas, president, Gulickg Asst. Room Rep, A.G.S. Council, Scholarship, Almanac Sales Staff, College. BIANZY, DOROTHY-Abernethy, Business College. JENNINGS, WESLEY-Kellogg, Catalysts, sergeant at arms, Stage Crew, Naval Air Forces. JOHNSON, CHARLOTTE-Woodmere, Caleetas, Business Col- lege. JONES, MAXINE VIVIAN-Creston, A.G.S., president, Delta Beta Phi, secretary, Gulick, sergeant at arms, Caleetas, Room Rep, Globe Trotters, Red Cross Council, Willamette Univer- sity. I KAYS, SHIRLEY--Glencoe, Hi Ki Ki, treasurer, Caleetas, ser- geant at arms, Gulick, secretary, Oregon State. KLETZEL, PAT-Lents, Caleetas, Typing Award, Room Rep, Undecided. KNORR, MAXINE-Richmond, Caleetas, secretary, Chouinard Art Institute. KOCH, LOUISE M.-Our Lady of Sorrows, Spanish Club, Work. KUCHLER, DAVID EDWARD-D. A. Grout, Room Rep, Foot- ball, Band, Catalysts, sergeant at arms, Track, Navy Air Corps. LANXON, JANELL HELEN-Lents, Caleetas, vice president, secretary, Wlork. LEISY, SHIRLEY-Richmond, Caleetas, Room Rep, College. LINDERMAN, JERRY G.-Joseph Kellogg, Camera Club, Stage Crew, Basketball '43, '44, Spring Track '43, '44, Fall Track '44, Navy Radio Technician. LOIVZOW, MARY OLIVA-Joseph Lane, Delta Beta Phi, Caleetas, secretary, vice president, A.G.S. Council, Globe Trotters, Undecided. MACDUFFEE, BARBARA ANNE-Glencoe, Delta Beta Phi, historian, Gulick, treasurer, Caleetas, vice president, Room Rep, Orchestra, Willamette University. MANOUGIAN, SARKIS - Woodmere, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Service Squad, Oregon State. MAYBEE, PHYLLI S-Marysville, College. MCDOUGALL, MARGARET ELIZABETH-Woodmere, Room Rep, Wheaton College. MCFARLANE, SHIRLEY MAE--Joseph Kellogg, Delta Beta Phi, Caleetas, Globe Trotters, University of Oregon. MCGILL, HARRIET MARGARET-Kellogg, Secretary of Stu- dent Body, Secretary of Class, Delta Beta Phi, vice president, treasurer, Caleetas, president, vice president, Gulick, Room Rep, College. MCQUEEN, MARY FRANCES--Richmond, Caleetas, treasurer, Almanac Staff, Undecided. MILLER, ETHELMAE-joseph Lane, Caleetas, Work. MILLER, NORMA MAY--Arleta, Caleetas, sergeant at arms, Room Rep, Work. MORTON, ROBERTA JEAN-Hosford, Caleetas, Scholarship, Business College. MUESSIG, PAULINE LUCY-Richmond, Caleetas, 4-H, vice president, Room Rep, Work. . NEVVTON, DELBERT L.-Richmond, Opera '41, '42, Stage Crew, Football '41, '42, '43, Draft. NICKOLOFF, BOB-Joseph Lane, Almanac Editor, Class Trea- surer, Student Body Office, Optimist Club, president, Quill and Scroll, Scholarship, Service Squad, Room Rep, Armed Forces. OAKES, JAMES-Glencoe, Air Corps. PARKS, PHYLLIS D.-Richmond, Delta Beta Phi, Caleetas, secretary, A.G.S., historian, Scholarship, Room Rep, Globe Trotters, Post Staff, Oregon State. PARRISH, ROBERT H.-Woodmere, Ice Hockey, U. S. Navy. PETERSON, MARY JANE-Kellogg, Caleetas, College. PFOUTS, JIM F.-Arleta, Track, Torch-Y, U. S. Army Air Corps. PIERCE, CLARE-Wishram Grade School, Art College. PIETERS, ARTHUR G.-St. Bernards, Omaha, Nebraska, For- estry Club, secretary, Army Air Corps. REED, DONNA-Lents, Caleetas, president, A.G.S. Council, Vested Choir, Brigham Young University. REED, LORABELLE-Joseph Lane, Caleetas, College. RICHARDSON, BETTY LOU-Glencoe, Caleetas, Washington State College. RONNING, PHYLLIS L.-Richmond, Hi Ki Ki, Secretary, Caleetas, Room Rep, Oregon State. SCHELL, KATHRYN LOUISE-Richmond, Caleetas, Work. SCHROTKE, LOISMAE-Gilbert, Scholarship, Cadet Nurses Corps. SORENSEN, EARL T.-Creston, Franklin Torch-Y, Almanac Staff, Room Rep, Service Squad, Student Body Office, Armed Forces. SPEARS, RUTH ELLEN-D. A. Grout, Caleetas, Masque and Gavel, Business Managers, Oregon State College. STRANG, DOUGLAS-Kellogg, Stage Crew, Projector Crew, U. S. Air Corps. STRASSER, MARY-Arleta, Post, advertising manager, Reed College. TACCOGNA, ANTOINETTA-Joseph Lane, Post, associate editor, Girls Service Squad, Dean's Office Staff, Masque and Gavel, Almanac Salesman, Waves. TAPFER, VVILLIAM GEORGE-Creston, College. TAYLOR, ISABELLE-VVoodmere, Caleetas, vice president, Scholarship, College. TA YLOR, VIRGINIA-Creston, College. THOMAS, RONALD-Kellogg, Vice President of Class, Torch- Y, treasurer, Almanac Staff, Room Rep, Band, Track, Ore- gon State College. THOMPSON, MARLYS JEAN-Woodstock, Delta Beta Phi, Caleetas, Undecided. TSEFALAS, CHRIS THEODORE-Sunnyside, Illuminati, vice president, Hi-Y, treasurer, Phi Delta Phi, president, Yell King, '43, '44, Globe Trotters, vice president, Salesmanship, secretary: Room Rep, Ski Club, Inter-council Representative, Jan. '45 Class Sergeant at Arms, Oregon State. ITTTERBACK, MARGIE-Joseph Lane, Caleetas, Work. YORK, ADAII HOLDEN-Creston ,' Caleetas, Room Rep, Work. VVALKER, IRLENE-Arleta, Caleetas, Almanac Salesman, l'ndecided. YNALSH, LOIS MARGRET-Richmond, Caleetas, Opera '42, Lead '43, Camera Club, Almanac Salesman, College. VVARRICN, ROBERT A.-Arleta, Navy. NVEBB, GENE-Lents, Catalystsg Air Corps. XVILSON, VIRGENE-Joseph Lane, Trefoil, Skating Club, Al- manac' Salesman, Undecided. ZEAZAS, JAMES GEORGE-Richmond, Illuminati, Hi-Y, Phi Delta Phi, Yell Leader '43, '44, Track '42, '43, '44, Foot- hall '42, Rally Committee, Student Body Council, Navy Air Corps. CAMERA SI-I Y ABRAHM, DAVE-Creston, Illuminati, Hi-Y, U. S. Navy. KREISEL, BOB-Glencoe, Stamp Club, Catalysts, Football Manager, '43, '44, Undecided. nc LESPINESSE, RUTII-Kinton, Torch Honor at Beaverton, Radio Technician. MUELLER, HANS-Glencoe, Navy. NICKEL, JOHN-Grout, Illuminati, secretary, Phi Delta Phi, treasurer, Livewire, Football '42, Globe Trotters, Undecided. ZIMPIELMAN, DON-llosfordg Stage Crew I ndtcided 1. 0 -1 .,. 4. 5, ti. T. fl. 10. 11. 12 122 14 15 16. IT S, Lunch time. L'l'4lIlk1i1'l,S spm-t - pa-nny pit:-hing, llvllualts in au-l inn. Alnmmic snlvs stuff at work. xvlllllhl wralsslv? Tir:-nl Lfll'l'y? XVln-refs Mr. Hmm? f'!II'l'fl11 Hl'0l',i:'f'! Chess fiPI1flSf-Blll'tIl1'l' :md Horton. Hs-llmts' SiIl,L'fP1'. Ilzllv Bllrtlmvl' rvwivillg pen sut. 11vtti11p.:' ill! 4-nrful, lu-Hy? .lust rhstingr llnnnn? Slmwhmlnd. Frnnklin's royalty --- und pre-sc-xll. All drexsml up - May Qucwu Phyllis. past limi' Row How llow Row 1 llo W 1, li. ll D Ii Il li ll M G. M F. S. A. G. G. E. nf FOURTH TERM Dm-C'lnx'k, ll. Hill. ll. Ht'lllk'l'l'SUll, J. Panos. XV, liolligcw. A. Givens C. Metcalf, D. Odell, M. T'rinc-0, Hendryx. I-I. Huntington. 1. Guddnt, .l, 0'.I11'ien, M. Amlerson, M. Goodwin, 15. Jacobsen, ll. Gannnm, Hoewlc. SlllllhPI'g.C, XV. Nziuiuxiberg, D. Allen, 'l', Bla-t'an1'ty, TJ. Aslnnore, D. Listen, R. Bunch, D. Hetlnnd, Muliey, .l. Lucas, .I. IIIIXNVZIITI, P. ltointvedt, J. Simpson, B. Henley, B. I'at1'ick, KV. Czunpbrell, Brontonall. li. Block, A. XVO0Ll, D. Logue. F'IF'I'H' TERM Larson, B. Ray, M. I-less, M. Austin. ll. l5llES9ll,lllllll1l'. H. Gieseckv, Lf. Dignun, B. llrndlev, L. 1-UC1hRl'4lS0lll, Johnson, W. Collier, tl. f"fll'!llll0llH. C, Piau-entini. B. NVrig'l1t, MQ Hays, 14, Ruin, D. Rolfe. A. Ott, L, Gelirigr, L. Davis. 1-I. Frnm-isf-o, lf. Dougherty, C. Sc-lnnidt, Y. Bnlletset, D. Lehi, J, 1+'ullnmn, ll, Johnsfon, D. Kruse, Owings, L. Bishop. M. Nomnzmn, l'. Moore, F. Stnvnsky, V. Martin, B. Owvn, M. Hatfivld, Grogan, Odland, Buehner, A. Brown . SIXTH TERM Hawkins, T. Holct-, TI. Hnlofi, I, KE-ss-r. li. Sliovppm-, M. 'l'lnnnz1s, ll. J'.ic'kson, F. Seberpz, P. McMnr1'y. Hunnnerberg, L, linlclwin, S. Rolfe, Al. l'i-torson, .I. Morrison, L. Ausen, 15. Cil9lll, M. Downing, G-underxon. Lenbo, N. liedwnrd, J. t'nlv1-r, Y. Hx-Q-un. ll. Dol:-, J. llowv, .L Cristofolo, M, Frninp, L. Ticlwnor, Howard, .l. Thonipson, li, Carts-r, Bl. 1':urtm-r, J. llnblnml, S. Spring, L. BYCCIIIFP, V. Smith, B. Cnso, Ri x W lion' R 4 nv I I ow Rnw Ri rw Row 1,, -1 -- of 1-. 2 1 fv -M D FIRST TERM Sliervr. H, Amie-rsoii. H. Blclntyrv. .l. Si. flair. 1. Mlnnis. ll, Nivlniyre. ll. Sclnnidt. G. Eglund, lim-witty. H. Alllil!I'S6li. L. Sli-nnnnns. A. linpe-ri. l'. liriinvs. ll, Slrangw-, l'. Dixon, J. Betow, lloliwer, R. Ilnvix, N. ll'oniich. Koskey, Oliver, li. King. H. Alaynvr. W. ltillgewny. M. Murtonsen. Y. Powell, P. Shipley, Blackev, A. Eric-kson. D. Bagley, N. K+-rr. II. Gairtrell, ll, ll'ilkins4m. P, Cox, E. Eymer. B. Stocks. Peterion, D. himg. C. Hill, B. Ploenso. U, Anderson. ll, Hahn, .I. Payne, E. Cox, K. McKenna, 'Willson J. Wilmnnt. P. Byvr. H. Swnyze, M. Hagen, M. Williams. C. Fnndri. L. Edwards, T. Harris. SECOND TERM Andresen, R. Hawkins, NV. Haynes. R. Hnrtsliurlx A. Allainski. IJ, Brink Linnebur, B. Paul, D. Yeden. G. Clnnnherlain. ll. lVillia1ns, D. Horrell, Smith, D. MacFarlane. Churchill J. Lundsten, H. Garilnei-, J. Davis, B. Aslnnore, N. Hunger. Bi. Johnson, I. Mans, K. 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Ip. ,-,'rf.-gf: .b:,..1:a.-.V-.3.:qy.fQf4,4 ff "aryl-'E npr me f cw--1,.x.i.'3Lw5,fy:. if?-1' 1 - 'M ' ' --.--2 wwfslf ww .' -2,5 1 14.11492 , 'u-"N -' - 'L' :Q 2 A 2' "' ' -' If .ucv IL. V - ,.- ' ' .' ' '-'-1'-.- "T ' Q- .'.1'3-.' .g ' 9 ' K-.-4 -V IE.31f"fQ'7ff,. fH..a'--xelm-aw? f.,f-A 1.21If+1A.fm,.+-ii-'LeE.1.2n5s253s'fS-.:?TiutMfaE ? 325 ' a- , NSJREHE.-il'if14,ahFZv5af121LmufQ.amz-E 'V m7nf'f' A-1-1 ' Sitting-D. Ryherd. M. Olsen, A. Taecognia, G. Phernis, B. Chapman, E. Giesecke, C. Romtredt. Standing-Miss Harding, L. Ziimuemnan, B. Ray, D. Goss, F. Bnehner, K. Seeord, L. Schneider, D. Driscoll L, Tichenor, D. Lindsay, B. B1-own, C. Thompson, J. McCoy, B. Jennings, Ii. Galbraith, Ti. Feikelt L. Horton , Post Staff The Post, by maintaining its high standards, has won its tenth All-American rating. The wartime Post maintained a tabloid size throughout the fall and spring terms. Another honor won by the Post was the fourth Quill and Scroll International award. Last fall's staff consisted of Co-Editors, Emagene Coe and Beverly Howard, Associate Editor, Eberhard Giesecke, Feature Editor, Phyllis Kiste, Sports Editor, Jim Wilson, Sports Assistant, Howard Wolf, Proofreader, Cameron Thompson, Typist, Ellen Gillson, Advertising hflanager, Nlary Strasser, Circulation Manage1', Rae Galbraith, Bookkeeper, Barbara Shaw. Co-Editors, of the spring term Post were Carolyn Romtvedt and Eberhard Giesecke. Other staff members include Associate Editor, Antoinetta Taccogna, Feature Editor. Gertrude Chernis, Sports Editor, Robert Chapman, Proofreader, Leola Odland, Typists, Betty Ray and Lorraine Schneider, Advertising Manager, Dorothy Ryherd, Circulation lVIanager, Rae Galbraith, Mailiiig MHHagC1', Shirely Ambler, Bookkeeper, Dolores Hall. Staff adviser is Nliss Agatha Harding. ekos During the past year Kekos, eighth-term guidance club, has participated in many Red Cross activities. Among these were the knitting of afghans and the making of joke books and soldier boxes. The members also worked as nurse's aids in the hospitals. Other activities consisted of pot luck dinners and a Wiener roast. VVith the coming june graduation, the books will close on the eight terms completed by Kekos. limi' 1--A. li01'llllIll. C. Kolstznl, li. Lannll. M, l'ole-mein. l'. NVn:stufl'. .l. Young. N. li2lV3Ulil2'll. lliuw 2-H-. LepleY. S. Imclie, I'. Steen, .I, H0lYflll2'I'I'. H. hVlllfi1llk'I', ll. liouletfe, L. Mansfield, C. Marti, C. Davis, Il. Bown. ILow3-Y. Ilorin. E. Euston, IC. Clollfvlter, N. I.iinlll-y. ll. Lung. I.. Schneider. C. Rolntvt-dt, E. lfvnlllwin. Al. Ponll, IZ, flnspoclinovic, Il. Iflurris, Id, Lantz, Caleetas Caleetas began their fall term by sponsoring the first afternoon student body dance. They served at a Parent-Teachers' tea. This term Caleetas has the privilege of having both the Rose Festival Princess and the lylay Queen as members of their club. A banquet was held at the Bohemian in their honor. Caleetas participated in a bowling party, spring picnic, and skating party. Social activities arenlt all they have taken part in. They made two afghans, joke books, Christmas tree ornaments, and Red Cross boxes for the Service lien. Iluw 1-NV, CllIlW0!"tll, G. LZULYUIL S. lirowne. Al, Horr. l. 'l'nylu1'. M, IIUNVIIIRII. RI, Knorr. Iiowi-S. Rays, M. Peterson, L. Re-ell, IH. Arm-tt. I". Arfliti, F, Arrliti. C. Ifrancuni, Blzlc:1"z11'la1i10. D. Gee, M. Carlton, G. Chernis, H Burke. ' Row Leisy, M. DiL01'et0, ll, Coy. Bl. Brill. U. Hll'll2ll'ilSllll, I-I. llldlill. L. Mayer, B. lIueDnffee, B. Johnson, l'. Mzlylnee. J. Ehlen. lion' -1-N. Miller, P. Kletzel, li. Miller. I', Alnessig, tl. .xlljl-'l'tSOIl. M. Utterlmvk. D. Ileed. FALL OFFICERS Prnsidenl BARBARA CU'1'LliR Vin' Presidrnt MAXINE joxns S crrflary- Treamrn' M ARILEE 01.50 N Hislorian DQNNA Lrmrxx FALL OFFICERS Prvsidczzi MARY Coi,sMAx Vin' Prrsidfni BARBARA LAMB S6'I'I't'fllI'-11 CRYSTAL KOI.S'I'.XlJ TrL'a.furz'r CONSTANCE VVAGSTAI-'I' Svrgearzt al arms fXl,BER'l'A GORHAM .Id-visfr MRS. MARION DVORAK FALL OFFICERS Przf.vid1'nl JEAN BROVVN Vin' Prz'sid1'nt SHIRLEY BROWN Srrrrlary JANELI. LANXON TI'l'H51li'07' MARY MCQUEIQN Sl'!'yz"tl7Zf ai arms WVILDA CL'DVVOR'I'I'I .J d-vis Ur Miss NIARSH.-XI.l. SPRING OFFICERS Presidenl MAXINE JON ES Fife Presiderzl MARILEE OLSON Sefretary- Trezuurer SHIRLEY HANNAN Hislorian ANN Dum SPRING OFFICERS Prexidenl CONSTANCE VVAGSTAEF Fire Prexidenl LOUISE JOHNSON Secrelary JOYCE You NG Treasurer NANCY KAVANAUGH Sergeant at arms BETTY BOULETT .eld-'uiser MRS. MARION DVORAK SPRING OFFICERS President MARIETTA HORR Vice President ISABELLE TAYLOR Seriretnry MAXINE KNORR Treaxurer IVIIIIDREIJ BOVVMAN Sergeant al arms NORMA MILLER .4rlfvi5er MISS MARSHALL O OSI In the fall term Delta Beta Phi, Ainacitas, Fra Quas, Okihis, and Vi Gis, Served for the P-TA. Nlany girls signed to work in the hospital corps, and all are making joke books, puzzle books, and afghan squares. Each club had one Sale that lasted two days. Different clubs took charge of the AGS entertainment. AGS raised 351,700 to furnish a Camp Adair day room. They made Red Cross boxes for Christmas and supplied 1,000 coat hangers for Camp Adair. They held a drive for Russian War Relief. Through cooperation, the girls' clubs have all had a successful term. Row IHM. Wells. M. Skinner, 11. lfviivlit. M. Hliwi, IC, lflyinor. N. Kerr, D. Barley, E. Lmitz. M. Pond, J. Lucas, G, Cmnplxell, M. BII'D0ll2I2lll, S. I-Iaumam, D. Lynmn, ll. Cutler, M. Jones, M. Olson, A. Dnva, C. Martell, ll. Du:.:'nn, C. Case, Il. l'nlmf-r, R. Iii-again. I., Sle-nnnmis, lb. Hodges, M. Drnis, B. Strange. Ilow1!A--N. Lawson, M. Cloak, IR. lflulfnmnn. A. l-iI'if'lcsOn, .I. Sire:-teI', E. i'mII'nI'ig'lIt, Il. Crump, M. Anderson. H, Iil'PSSlPl', V. Williams, A. Mluinislci, I'. Hs-nlpy, lx. Cram, M, Singer, B. Bliss, C. 'l'Ourville, I'. Fumlwortli, J. Maine. I.. lhinnu, I., hll'lIll"4'. J. Hnliluiril. Il, Combs, S. Sprinsr. K. Callalmn, R. Lepley, N. I-iflllll-'JZ I'. Marti. ll. S1-hl+-lf, IL Solve, II. Rr-4-d. Ii. ljunderson, H. Giesecke, B. Gzxrtrell, B. Curcin, S, Kiiys. li. Harding, S. Guard. A. G. S. Council Row 1-' -X. DIIVH. U- Lylllilll. IL Cutler. M. .loin-H. M, Olson. S. Hannan. ROWQ-I.. Mainsfielll. A. Erirfkson, Il. lloss. M. Singer, M, AIIIPS, C. Tlll'X'lllf-3, I.. LllSli0l', T.. Miss-nhieiuer, V. Martin, IS. Owen. ROWS-V. Ilogrers. J. Stmius-I. I'. Wmrstnff. M. !'Ol+-nmn. M. Thonms, I.. Mansfield, J. Brown, I. Taylor, M. Hnrr. M. XVylielIg:u. l', f'lIClN'Hl'Ill, Ilmx'-1 FI'ik0l't, R. Clnrlc, H. Mvllill, M. Shen. Centhalis Centhalis, the fourth term club, has been recently re-organized so as to bring the girls closer together and to accomplish something useful. They are now finishing an afghan for the Red Cross and are looking forward to the new terms. How 1fM'. Goodwin, L. Ellt'l'llI1l'1lf, Y. llmlers, E. C1lIllDlJ0ll, 1'. NI-lson. Row!-E. RIon'luIIds, Y. XvlllllllllS, l', l'2ll'k6l', M, Hanson, D, lim-ck, I. Ifrerlell, ll. filly!-'l'. P. Iiezltiy. Rowii-H, Cressler, J. O'BI'iIIl, .l'. Holdt, D, 13llSSlll'fl, E. Gurlmlnt, M. l'ott,eI', L. Cheney, J. Nichols, lf. Hunt. uoias Quoias, the third term club, was organized in January, l94-3. Qui' name originally was Vi Gis, but in December we voted to change it to Quoias, our present name. A part of our Red Cross work has been knitting squares, and at the present we are making a number of joke books for soldiers. VVe had a barn dance in january, which was very successful, and also a theater party. 1lon'1.fM. Holland, A. HiI1llll0lSlll'l'll, S. Ainhler. M. XVylIeIIgII. P, Cnclworth, C. Dignan. How!-l'. Xvest, L. Sfdifil-'l', Q". Michlletnu. P, gkflillllk P. Hagezlorn, M. Anderson. C. Peterson. S. Sewnrt, E. Azorr, A. Taylor. Row 3-I. Dahl, M. McLean, M, Hole, H, Harrie, C. Foughty, V. Durst, D. Hoff, M. Kyle, B. Curletto. FALL OFFlCERS Prrsidmzt LII,A MAxsIfIIaI.Im Vin' Prfsidrnl JEAN STANGI-:I. Serretary LORRAINE PACII Trm.vurer KA1'III.EaN Sxcoium S6'l'y!?dIZf al arm: MoxA SKINNIQR .ldwiser MRS. Dawsox FALL OFFICERS Presizlfnl SIIIRI.m' HANNAX Fire Pruvidelzl BONNIE OWEN Sz'z'rctary VAIJIIANE lVlAR'I'lN Treagfurfr KELORIA CARMICIIAHI Sergeant ai arms PAT VVINN ffi.fI'0!'i!1ll Berry RAY .fltlfvisfr MRS. CASEIIIIEIQ FALL OFFICERS Prcsidfnf SIIIRLEY KIRK Vin' Prwidcnl MURIEI, WYBIINGA S12frI'lar'y MAIUIXN Axneksox Trmsurcv' EIINA HOVIS Iiixforian LOIS PIIM MEI.sI3AcII Sergeant at arm: MILDRED KYLE Hdwisel' Mks. FI.ooIJ SPRING OFFICERS Prffsidfvzf MARY THOMAS Vin' Prfxidmzl DOROTHY RYIIERIJ Sfz'rf'lary LII.A MANSFIRID Treasurer JEAN STANGEI, S ergmnf at arms MoxA SKIN NER .-Idfvisrr MRS. DAWSON SPRING OFFICERS Prfsidelzz' Louise MISIINIIEIMIQR I'ire Preyidzfnt VALJEANE MARTIN Sf'rn'ia'ry CORNELIA Scuiviim' TI'l'lI5ll7'EI' CHARMAINR DoucuHR'rr Swrgmn! al arms Nl,-XRY AUS'l'IN Sfrgeazzl al arms MARY JANIQ JAYS Hislorian SHIRLEY l'lANNAN rlflafisfr' MRs. CASEIIIEIER OFFICERS PrL':idL'lzt VIRGINIA ROGERS Fire Prcsideui LAVERNE EVERI-IEARIYI' Sf'fr4'lary Nl.-RRY GOODWIN Tr'vas1zrt'r El.IZABIi'l'H CAMPBIQIJ. Sl'I'ffl'll7Zf ai ll!'IIl5 EIIIEL KINNEX' .'1!l"LlI5k'I' Miss CORN U'I"I' SPRING OFFICERS President MURIEI. VVYBENGA Ifiu' President PHYLLIS CunwoR'rII Secretary SHIRLEY AMBLER Treasurer CONNIE DIGNAN I'1fJf0l'id1l Lois HIM1vIEI.sBAcu SI'f!ll'!1lZf at ll!'Ill5 MARY HOl.l.:XND J tl'fvisz'r MRs. FI.oon Amacitas This year Amacitas, the sixth term club for girls, had quite a few activities, including a theater party, a bowling party, and outside work for the Red Cross. The girls knitted afghan squares and had several outside meetings for the purpose of making joke books for the Service bien. How 1-D. Iiyherd, M. Thomas, L. Mansfield, J. Stungel, L. Par-e, K. Sec-Ord. IIUWZAIJ, Clare, B, Feuellte, D. Paulson, G, Smith, M. Eaton, J. Long, M. MII1IoI'y, B. Elston, P. 3ICQlll1'l'1', A. l'l2ll1lI1lk'l'lJt'l'g', D, M1u'g'eI'. Itnw 3-M. Murphy, J. 1-Evans. E. McPhee. M. XVQIIS. G. Getty, II. Baldwin, V. Andrus, I5. Cogger, M. Skimmer, IG, Heaton, G. Stickler. killi Okihi has taken part in Red Cross projects by making joke books and an afghan. For social activities they have had a progressive dinner, a bicycle hike, and a swimming party. lhey had a formal installation and all initiation for their new members. WNV 1'-'51 f'21l'Illil'll21Pl. li Owen, Hmumn, L. Blisenhimer. V. Martin. C. Donprherty. C. Schmidt, How 2-A. Brown, Y. linlletset, li. Owings. M. Nenlnnnn, L. Bishop, NV. Mlndy, E. 1.:u's0I1, BI. Austin, J, Miller, H. liiesec-ke. elta Beta hi This year Delta Beta Phi's Red Cross work consisted of making joke books, cutting fracture pillow squares, and knitting two afghans. On our social calendar were a taffy pull and sock dance, ice skating party, ski party, two slumber parties, two joint meet- ings, semi-formal dance, and the traditional Freshie Tea. Row 1-M. Tate. B. Alawlbilffve, H, Jones, C. Turvillv, L. lAlSli0l', H, Mvtiill. M, Ilutflelil, Al. Olson, L. l4iI'lli4Hll, P. I'l2l5:'Nl01'll. Row2iB. Futler, S. Mm-I"z1l'ln!w, A. Imvu. E. Czlrlsnn, fi, ll01Ll'F'TS, M, 'I'lmmpson, IE. Elile-l'I, Row 3--J, Miller. P. NYOst, J. Iliprnnn, l. I-Elwood, l.. Staigvlg li. Own-n. Go Ao I The G.A.A. has given the girls who are interested in sports a better opportunity for recreation. They have had different kinds of parties, some of which are: skating. bowling, swimming, and dancing. The girls are earning letters by turning out for sports in the gym at least once a week. How 1--Miss Si-Imill, N. Moellals. S. Jelley. Pl. Hemllm-fy, BI. Shen, 'l'. Feik0l'l. ll. Jxleksou, B. Feikert, Miss Korurh. ' Row!-J, Morrison. l'. Morrison, H, Oressler. F. Hunt, H. 'Ili-ndryx, IS. Gilllllfill. E. Huntington, 1', XVickmun, N. Goodman, K, Holman, R. Crump, M, f'l'lllllD. Iiow3vV. NVilliums. P. Johnson. J. MncDOna1d, H. Snyder. F. XV:ilter, .L S:-lie-rz, J. Edmon, LeVz1lley, J, I-Iona-hett, IJ. Hoeck, MQ Block, P. Adamson, F. Martell, .L lleetlmzun, FALL OFFICERS Presidffnt Hiel,liN Powrzm. Vin' 1'rL'sidenl DELLA LURIOGE S Z7 creiar y- T rmsurer KATHRYN RHHSE Sergeant at arm.: ClERAI.DINE VVACOB .J dfviser Miss YOUNG FALL OFFICERS Pnvsidmzt Cl-iARI.0'I"I'E 'TURVILI Via' President Louise LASKER Srfrftary MAXINE JONES TI'6'6l5llI'EI' I-IARRIET MCGILI. Sfrgmuf al arms MARGARET 'TATE . ldfuisrr Miss ENNES FALL OFFICERS PI'l'.fidl'1lf ETHEI. HEAm.eY Vin' Prwsiderzl MARGARET SHEA Sefrfiary SUSAN JELLEY Trm.vurer BARBARA JACKSON S frgfavzt ai arms BARBARA FHIKERT .'7dfU1'rtising Mmzagfr NAOINE Mui.1.r:R Rfporfer Timo FEIRER1' .-1 dfuisvr Mlss SCH.-XID SPRING OFFICERS l'rfsidf11t Lois ScnA1.1,Es Vin' Prfxridfnl BARBARA HAWRINS Sccreta1'y- Treasurer ALICE POMEROY Sffgfllllf al arms V ETA NEWTON xl dfvisfr Miss You NG OFFICERS l'rfsidenl AI.lCI2 Ekicksov lfirf Prfsifient VERDA POWIEIJ. Sffremry JANE MACREY Trfasznm' CHERYI. El.LlO'l"l' Srrgeani at arms BEVERLY STRANGE Rrporifr PA'r W11,MoN'r Song Lmdzfr lVlARlI.YN MoR'roxsox llislurian RAY MCKENNJX .l4ifui.v1'r MRS. Wnsox SPRING OFFICERS Prcsidlvll LOUISE LASKER l'lfl'P Prcsidfnf HARRIE'l' McGn.i. Sz'1'reta'ry MARY Lou HATiflEi.o Trmsurcr lVlARIl.IiIi OLSON .h'1'I'!fE'llIll at arm: LENORE IQRIGKSON .'1tf'UiJl?f Miss ENNIES SPRING OFFICERS I'reside11l lVIARGARF'l' SHEA Vin' Presidmzt THEO l7liIKliR'l' Snfrelary BARBARA jAcRsoN Trcasinw' SUSAN JELLEY Sports H cad Mn.oREn BLOCK .-ldfv. rllanngfcr NADINE MULLER Sffflfllllf at arms BARBARA FEIKIiR'l' .Al dfuisfr Miss ScnA1n Klix Klix Club organized in the fall of 1943 and became very active in many Franklin affairs. The following are samples of the club's activities: 32 Buddy boxes, 76 Christmas boxes for lonely men at the County Farm, and 321 knitted squares for afghans. They sponsored dancing lessons for freshmen boys and girls who did not know how to dance. They presented a talent show for an A.G.S. program. Row Row Row Row 1-V. Newton, Ii. Hawkins, L. Sellnlles, H. Powell, D. Lukim-li. 2-ll. Gunderson, B. Pslllner, M. Johnson. li. Aslnnore, IS. C0ffllI2lII. H. Gordner, H. Kidwell, C. Slocum. D. Sverko, G. Simmons, C. Case. 3--E. NVenner, .L Downs, G. Nelson, B. Cm-others, M. Peake, S. Vnn Fleet. I'. Nixon, l'. Lett, B. Hilles- lnnd, K. l+'o1'tne1', S. Sparks, G. Hendrickson, J. Maine. 4-li. Refflll, li. I-Iellrer. A. Rasa-liio. H. Oakes. H, Killnmn. N. Noble. M. f'hensvuld, M. Reilly, M, Dougherty, B. Martin, M. C0rr'm'nn. J. Bowlimii. S. Lone-rs. IC. Foree. G, Fessler. riscillas The first term girls' club "Priscil1as," is already launched on what we hope will be a successful four years at Franklin. The officers have Worked together with the girls and, as a result, have contributed over 100 joke books and four afghans to the Red Cross. Of course, we have done more than this, but we hope to make our record even better in our future years at Franklin. li 0 W 1-T'. Xvlllllllt. M. Mortensen, Y. Powell. A. lflrivksnn, J. Alnwlcey, li. Meliennu. B, Str:1n:.re'. Row!-M, Petri, B. Miller, ld. K'onrtrig'lit. J. St:-eeier. V, llnlfniaui. .l. Fi-nnlc, M. Cloak, G, Grimes, R, Rolfe. ll. ltohiver, li. Rogerson, H. Shu-ks. U. Fiindni. P. Cox. lei. Gill'fl'k'll, I-1. Eynier, H, Hurd. Row!-!A'l-1, Flynn, li. Bin,u'lnnn. S. liner. lt, Judd, l', Dir-kson. I., Unites, N. Mollett, M. Strunpre, N. Sr-hnler, Ilnn' IG. Riley. l'. Bye-r, C, Clmpinan, l-l. l'etei'son, M, Roth, tl. Huntley, M. NVilkinson, L. Ellwnrds. Alf-D, Bagley, N, Kirr. N. NVil1innis. J. Hiatt, IC. Cox. .L I':lyne. A. XVitlidi-'1-lc. Ii. 'l'll0llLHN, I'. Rosa, li. Fritsrh. l.. Nmnhie. .l. Settei'liem:, M. Hnxen. L. Zlzindvn. F. Noykes, I-1. liowen. lluw 5--J. Wilmot, ll. llavis. 11-, Swnym-, .l. lu-tow. NI. Woiinivlr. Nl, Niguli. I'. Shipley. .l. NVillson, L. Slennnons, A. 'RlIpPl't. ll. lbixnn. entathlon Pentathlon began an active year with a potluck supper and a discussion with Hi-Y of boy and girl relations. Joint meetings were held with Quaker, Pack, and Hi Ki Ki. The girls did knitting, made joke books, and collected hangers for the Red Cross. Also a gossip column for the Post was submitted. To round out the year's activities, the club participated in a joint dance and an A.G.S. assembly. Row 1-J, Hulvlvnrrl, B. Coffin, D. Me-inig', M. Ames. Bl. Singer. Il. Ross, H. Gee, Ii. Case, M. Carter. Row2-F. Solomon. S. Gnnrcl, D. Soles. M, Hoff, L. Ilannn. M. NVlllSfl'0lIl. D. COIIIUS, Y. Sandstell, S. Spring. ROWS--I'. Rusk, R. Swinnvy, fl. Nelson, S, Hannnn, X, Nelson, M. Nast, H. Taylor, S. Kirk, M. IVheeler, K, Ilflllllllfill. Vesteel hair The Vested Choir, under the direction of Robert B. Walsh, has traditionally done outstanding work. Among its noted achievements are the annual Christmas activities: the pageantry of Christls birth and the Christmas broadcast over KOIN originating at the Shriner's Hospital. The Choir also participated in the opera "I-I. NI. S. iPinafore." Another outstanding feature of the year's work is the concert presented for lVIt. Labor Lodge at the Shrine Temple. Row 1-F, Kurat-li, E. Bnino, C. Digsnan, J. Parker. .l. Stangel, S, Ainlxler, M. Olson, I, Dahl, A. Bristol, L. Houghton, L. Mansfield, J. Dignnn, Ii. lluvis, l'. Szunperl, I'. Butts. ' Row?f-J. Hour, F. Egfilllltlll, J. Lundy, ll, Covert. A. Givens. tl. Tholnpson, L. G'a11'l1er, P. Bain, J. NVilliiuns, E. Jones, E Kilmer, A. Snyder, J, Scherz, R. Frnnmp, B. He-nion, N. Meeker. ROWS-D, Knox, D, 0'Dell, D. Smith, G, Clnrlc, A, l1'launlers, .l'. Cnlvvr, li. Iehenburger, R, Moore, D. Wvhitbeck, A. Taylor, Mr. XVnlsh. FALL OFFICERS President BERYL HOWARD Vive President DOROTHY HoBsoN Seerefary JEAN BROWN Treasurer BARBARA CUTLER Sergeant at arms MAXINE JONES lVIARll.EE OLSON fldflfiidi' MRS. T ATE FALL OFFICERS President DELORES Bocas V i fe President HELEN ABEL Serrelzzry ANGIE CURCIO Treasulvfr NORMA Gn.LARn Historian Barry BURKE'r'r Sergeant ai arms LORENA NICKlNl.EX Adviser Miss Scnfuu FALL OFFICERS President RUTH HOLLING Vine President MILDRED AMES S eerelar y DOROTHY MIE N to Treasurer BE'1'rY GEE Sergeant at arms BEVERLY COFFIN fl dwiser Mus. Komen SPRING OFFICERS President BARBARA CUTLER Fife Presidenf LOIS lV.lANSFIEI.D Secreiary VIRGINIA MCCUMSEY Treasurer MARGARET TATE Sergeant at arms ELEANOR CARLSON DELOURA CLARE fl dfuiser MRS. TATE MRS. MCCUMSEX' SPRING OFFICERS President ROBERTA CLARK Vife President DONNA LYMAN Seerelary PHYLLIS RONNING T reasurer SHIRLEY KAYS Historian PAT OGDAHI. Sergeant at arms SALLY HENRX' .-ldfviser MRS. MINIELLY SPRING OFFICERS President MARILYN SINGER Vice President BARBARA Ross S etrvlezry BETTY GEE Treasurer BARBARA CASE Sergeant ai arm: MARGY CARTER fl dfviser MRS. KORIXCH ulick Gulick started its activities of the year by honoring their mothers at a tea given early in the fall. Among its Red Cross projects were: Christmas cards and boxes for service- men, the IIIakiIIg of Christmas tree ornaments, knitting an afghan, collecting coat hangers, and making joke books. With the coming of spring, Gulick girls undertook several new activities. These included two joint meetings and a hike with Ateah from W3ShiIlgtOIl, a date party, a skating party, and assisting with an all-city dance in April. Throughout the year some of the girls have beeII working after school in the hospitals. Row 1.-E. Carlson. M, Tate, V. MeCun'Isey, B. Cutler, L. Mansfield, J, Brown, D. Clare. Rowil-S. Knys, A. Cureio, B. MacDnffee, C. 'l'1II'I'ille, I. Elwood, M, Hess, 11, Jones, B. Gee. ROW3-5L Olson. L. Mansfield, P. Nelson. S, Henry, N, Nelson, H. Mccflill, M. Curtis, M. HfPTT, L. Erikson. i Ki Ki Hi Ki Ki started their social activities last fall with the annual party for freshies at the Nlount Tabor Presbyterian Church. To fill their social calendar Hi Ki Ki had a joint meeting with Quaker Club, went bowling with Pentathlon, gave a dance with Masque of Washiiigtoii, WeIIt on several hikes, and had an alumni banquet. Hi Ki Ki completed two afghans, filled Christmas boxes, made joke books and turned iII coat hangers for their Red Cross work. Row 1gMiss Svhuid, L. McClure, B. lhirkett, N. tiillnrxl. A. Currio, ll, Clark, D. Lyinnn, 1', Ronning, P. Ogdnlil, S. Kurs, S. Henry, Mrs. Minielly. llnw2fM. Anderson, F, 14'I'aIIc-one, D, llliss. J. Hil1lI'I-tli, L. Mnnsfieid, H, Me-R. Y. Mr:CIIIIIsey, L. Peterson, lb. Cliilson, M. l'eteI'snn, 12. Bliss. llmv 3-fI1. Hnrmling. A. Sfeluls-I'. B. CIII1-io. B, x'2l5It'ilOS, D. Schleif, Il. I'eI'IlII4-. .sf 4 amera Iluh The Camera Club remained inactive during the fall term due to the film shortage. At the beginning of the spring term the club reorganized and is now taking its place with the other clubs of Franklin. The purpose of the club is to exchange ideas and information among its members so that each member may have a better understanding of photography. Row 1fD. Holmes. Mr. Drliva, ii. Fzunplu-ll, T. Fritz. .l, NVi1son, li, .IohnsOn, 'I ' 1' Row- f-U. Llsn-h01'l'. D. Nolzle, M. Milli-l', L. Walsh, I.. llvawm-y, ll. llnlwi-hvll, ll. flllllllllwll. Masque and ave hiasque and Gavel successfully completed the year by making scrapbooks for hospitals and knitting an afghan. TlOw1-- -A. 'I'occ-Oglm, V. llorin, tl. xvI'H'llUlT, F. Mclivrx-lwl', I.. '!'im'hn-nor. ll. llnlhrnilll, 1 How Lf E, liiosr-vkv. C, Thompson. E, H0'.l4'll, IC. Spenrs. FALL O F FI CICRS Prz'Jide'nt DALE BURTNER Vife President BOB YORK S ecrclary- Treaxurrr ELVERA EASTON Councilor: LEONARD VVEBER BONNIE DURFEE Librarian PAT H1cKENBO'r1'OM Dircrtor MR. NORMAN CORY FALL OFFICERS Prmidelzl HELEN SINOR Vim Prfsidenl BILL BAILEY S Nrftar y- Treas11rz'r jo TELEESON Counsellor: JOAN LUCAS CHARLES lVIIK'I'CALF SPRING OFFICERS Prfsidcnl DALE BURTNHR Vin' PI'l'5iLiL'llf Hou YORK SU1'rflary- Trezuizrw' ELVERA EASTON Counfilurs LEONARD VVHBER JOAN LUCAS Lilzrarian PAT H ICKENBO'l"I'OM Direcior Mk. NORMAN Conv SPRING OFFICERS Prmidcnf ELEANOR SWANSON Vim' Prfsidenf Wm. SPEER Sz'rrz'I11ry- Tl'6'd5llI'fI' JEANNI2 SARCHH1' CI1llll5l'HflI'.f H ERB SCHELI. NANCY Ham. OFFICERS Prfsidcnl GLORIA CAMPBELI. Vim President Bos CROSSVVIIITIZ S errciary IMOGENE Furl z Tr wsu rer JACK VV1Ls0N Sfrgfani at arms Fn JOHNSON OFFICERS Pr1'.vide11l JAMES VVACHUB Vim President RAE CIALBRAITII Snfrefary VIVIAN BORIN Treamrefr Lucirua TICHENOR Sl'I'gl'HIlf at arms JEAN IVICIDONALD pldfuiser Miss CECILE MCKERCHER and Dressed in their snappy maroon and gray uniforms the Franklin High School Band put plenty of pep behind the students at all football and basketball games. Under the direction of their new leader, lflr. Cory, the band played for almost all the assemblies. lintertaining the various grammar schools in the southeast district with concerts has been an interesting project. For the first time the band had pins to show their achieve- ment. Ii0w1iM. Halton. L. Ge-rttula, R. Rointvedt. H. Sine-r, Mr. Cory. E. Swanson, J. Nicholas, XV. Johnson, H, Trnelx, R, Irby, D. Burtner. Iimr2-Y. Nags-1, J. Ln:-us, K, Holinnn. P. Hiekenbottmn. R. De t"lnrk. L. Ynllvn, J. Harness, B. XVinklt-r, S. Slorts. rchestra During the past school year, the orchestra has participated in both commencements the Class Play, the Band and Orchestra Concert, and the Nlay Fete. Row 1-J. S2111-lwt, ll- H2121-ii, Il, T.nm-ns, N. Hall. M. Cole-innn. Row 2431. I'e-ailtm-'. J, IA-'llt'li4t, Ii. Swanson. II. Siner, ll, Coy. NV. Spa-1-r. Row Ii-Whlr. Cory. lmanac Sales Staff The sales staff did a fine job of gathering Almanac subscriptions. Woi'king under George Roussos, as head of the group, his assistant Mary Thomas, and Cashier Bob York, were six district managers, eight money takers, and twenty-five salesmen. Row 1-D 0 Row 2iA V Row 3-C. B Row 4-H . Clare, S. Riclnirdson, D, Lindsay, M. Coleman, ll, York, ti, Roussos. Miss 1Ll4'lllll'KlS, M. Thomas, Carstensen, G. Knox. Taccogna, E. Easton, R. flallmaitli, I. Walker, I". Arfliti. I.. NValsl1, 1-Z. Clodfelter, ll. Gee, J. Browii, Borin, M. Carlton. Pierce, P. Steen, L. Mansfield, L. Oxlland, lt. Cliapnian, IC. lloavli. D. Brntner, C, Kolstnd, M. Horr, Harris, C. XVag'staff. XVhitake1', D. Drisi-oll, D. Hiersc-lie, ll. Swails, G. Van llerpsf-li, ll. Savage, L. Svlineifli-r. Room epresentatives This year, the livewires have handled their regular duties well. When asked to do special duties, they cooperated exceptionally well. We all owe a vote of thanks for the help and cooperation the room reps have given this term. Row 1-D C . Engelbart, R. hvlllffkl, A. Cui-cio, IE. Cutler, C. Turville, S. lilees, J. Howe, D. Clare, E. O'Neil, , Knox, R. Thomas. Row 2-P. Sargeant, J. Georne, N. Tacc-ogrnii, ll. Case, J. Slioemaker, ll. Goodwin. M. Tlaanns, B, Gee, J. Dignan, L. Erickson, B. Mau-Duffee, ll, Owen, M. Mc-Dougal, S. Rolfe, ll. Crain. FALL OFFICERS Head Cashier VIVIAN BORIN Hsst. Head Cashier LA VERNE SPEARS OFFICERS President BETHE PHILLIP lfiff President MARGARET Woou Srrrefary- Treasurer ORADELL SEIFFERT .fl dfviser Miss MARX' Towxsaxn SPRING OFFICERS Head Cashier . EVELYN CLODFELTER Jssl. Head Cashier LA VERNE SPEARS Business Manager GEORGE Roussos ,-Issistani Manager MARY THOMAS .4 dviser Mlss RICHARDS Circulo Espanol Habla Vd. espanol? We do in the Spanish Club! VVe try to conduct our meetings as far as possible in Spanish. Programs consist of Spanish songs and games and skits or dialogues in Spanish. In addition to our regular meetings at school we have occasional parties. Seven new members were initiated this term. How 1--IS, Miller, M. XVo0d, Il. Phillips, 0. S+-iffvrt. How 2iVV. Campbell, C. Pierce, 11. Rom-. .l. Nsunlnie, IJ. Untlmnk, G. Gunderson, 13. St-ntl, C. Smith. usiness Managers The business managers are the students of Franklin who do the bookkeeping, Work in the student body office, and do the cashiering in the cafeteria. Under the supervision of Miss Mable Maule they have been taking care of their respective tasks in an eff1cient IIIHIIIICY. Row 1-J. Morrison, L. Spears, V. Morin, Mrs. Thompson, E. Clmlfelter, E, Bnlilwin. Ilow 2-L. Slexnmone, A. Rupert, L. Lnkiuh, IL. Spears, L. Baldwin, K. Cwun, P. Henley, J. Olson, Huw 3-R. Hawkins, E. Snyder, L. Knight, D, Wilson, J. XVach0b, 15. Niekoloff, B. Jennings, Miss Muule. Boys Serviee Squad XVith a new adviser and much new blood. the Service Squad operated this year at topnotch efficiency. The squad undertook the job of patrolling the halls during noon hours and watching doors during assemblies. Also they assisted at dances and games. On the social side the boys held a fine dinner at the XVintergarden. Franklin has every reason to be proud of its Service Squad this year. Huw 1-J. V1-1llIll!'t'. D. Hiersc-he. G. Roussos. Ib. Dole. D. S:n':i:'i-, I-I, Survnsvli. ltmv2f.I. Olson. D. Lindsay, G. lillllllPI'A0'Il. D Goss D Yoll I" 1'o'u'h ll '4w'ii1s S Piihmlsun I Hi . .., .. , 4, s. , .. 1 -.f. nfl S .-. 'IWCM C. Stadius. V. Burton. Ikon' Iii Ii . Clay. H. Hatch, G. l'lurk, D. Horton. I.. Slmepv, D. Ilurtun. .I. 'l'uryillP. J. Borsring, U. L+-f-. E. Fennel. 1lnn'4iH. Reiton. J. Shuts-r. II. Hi-rgel', I". liggiirmnxi Stage Crew For the first time in Franklin's history, the stage crew has been organized into a class for the purpose of designing and producing stage equipment and scenery. The classys major production this term has been to build an outdoor patio scene for the Production Class's school play "Young April." Nlinor activities of the class have been to prepare and handle scenery and equipment for assemblies, P.-T.A programs, Blay Fete, and athletic meets. Ihnv 1---G. Gillespie. D. Strangy J. Lindernnln, D, Newton, G. Mooney. Row 2-Mr. Drlica. S. Oliver, R. Burt-hell. OFFICERS DI'l'A'iLll'Ill DON Dome lfyiff PrL'Jidc111 GEORGE Roussos Cajnfains Emu. SORENSIQN DON Hnmscina DON SAVAGE :1d'Ui.H'I' MR. N. L. Hoiuz 031198 ffice Staff The girls of the Dean's Office Staff, under the management of Florence Seberg and Barbara jackson, help Dean VVilson in every way they can. They take messages to teachers and students and write tardy, excuse, and admittance slips. The girls are also in charge of the l'Lost and Fountll' headed by Carol Knox. l:mr1--I. I-Inlet-, IE. Hulelt, ll. .Inc-ksrm. F, Sc-herr. K, S+-r-orvl. H, l,4-nlm. lion' 2-XV, Nnnenherg, I'. Morrison, IC. Ilnwnrll. F. Knox, M, 'IW-lli-. J. Clifton, IL, CIOIII. U. Hnvix. irl's Service Squad At dances and A.G.S. meetings the Clirl's Service Squad is always on duty. Under the leadership of Antoinetta Taccogna the girls watch doors and help in the check room at student body dances. They pass out song sheets and hold doors at A.G.S. meetings. Ikon' 1-fli. Jswlcson. I", Se-In-rg, IS. Huh-11, A, 'l':i4-4'ug'im, li. Anson. li, l':urtm-ir. J, tlrugrnii. l2nn'15fNV, Nalilc-lilieru, li, Il4m':lr1l. .I. Mau-Ihxiizilil. I, llwlcs-. M, .Xnilt-rsnii. K. Sn-1-owl. J, I.i-nfnlil, IC. Hovis. Forestry Seven boys who were interested in forestry met with N113 James Nlanning and elected the officers and formed this club to study forestry. The club meets every week during activity period to study forestry. This club is open to all boys who are 16 years of age and are interested in forestry. llow 1-ll. Craig, B. Sclnieirler, D. Swails, D. Goodwin, li. Kellnnn, J. Phillips, IJ, Houghton. Row2AH. Shaw, D. Aslnnore, XV. Jolnmvn, F. Kinvnid, .l. Sauter, A. Veitvrs, II. Storts, D. Wvilson, D. ALlen, B. Freennm. J, Nic-holns, H, Miller, D. Muthis. m Leaders The gym leaders were recently reorganized after the pattern of a club under the same name several terms ago. The new club is dedicated to the purpose of maintaining physical fitness. Boxing, wrestling, and tumbling are the main activities of the club. During the spring term the club kept up its work by appearing on Campus Clean-up Day and the May Fete. Row 1-XV. Keiznr. XV. Evans, J. Adamson, D. Noll, H. Dunlop. Row ZMP. Sargeant, J. DeYoung, L. Drothick, J. Garland, W. Hilyard, C. Randall, VV. Collier, J. Ameele, J. Mallen, K. Thomas. Row 3- R. Hawkins, G. Lzniritzen, H. Vossen, E. Mnrehington, K. Pierson, J. Panas, B. Spencer, J. Mclfarlane, R. Bigelow, VV. NVa1'd, H. Ciaffoni, R. I1lll'tSl!0l'11. FALL OFFICERS Chief Fxfxxx Rfxucn ,flxsistant Chief: STEVE TROY Bon TATE FALL OFFICERS Presidenz' EBERHARD GxEsEcKE Vive President DALE BURTNER S erretar y- Treasurer HENRY RICHANBACII Sergeant al arm.: DAVID KUcrn.ER Editor DAVE FRANCISCO SPRING OFFICERS Chief RON Bowex xlssistant Chiefs Bm, OVVEN LLOYD ZIMMERMAN SPRING OFFICERS Prfsiden! DALE BURTNER Via' Przxvident DAVE FRANCISCO Scrrrtary- Treasurer DoN HALL Sfrgfarzt at arms Wes JENNINGS Editor EBERHARD Guzsecxe SPRING OFFICERS President DAN Goonwix Vice Presidrnt BYRON Kis1.1,AM Secretary ART PIETERS Tra'a.vurfr JERRY Pnn,1,1Ps Sergeant al arms Bn.i. SCHNEIDER Reporter Bun CRAIG Librarian DoN Houorrrox .-lflfviszfr MR. JAMES MANNING OFFICERS Prrsidcrzt JACK ADAMSON Vin' President XVARREN KEISER Scfrrtary- Treasurer VVARREN EVANS Fire Squad Franklin's fire drills are conducted by the Fire Squad under the supervision of the Portland Fire Department. The best record for this spring is l minute, 35 seconds, but the boys believe that this record can be improved in the future. Several members extinguished Franklin's one and only fire of the year fthe burning of some stage sceneryb. How IAW. Lll!l1tl.1'?ll'iI, IS, Uwe-n. Ii. Ilowc-n, L. Zirninerinan. Row 2-Il. Engellnlrt, H. Ileiton, XV. Hnnkins, G, Yan Be-rxzvn, IT. In-xlil, C. Tsefalus, II. Johnson, E. O'NPll. RUW3-J. Johnston, 1'. Wohlers, J. Iinrstingx. H. Kincaid, Troy. I.. Riley, B. King, A. Zeazas, J. Ve-ntnre. H. Hawkins. Catalyst During the fall term, the Quaker Catalyst club did extensive research and experi- mental Work in the field of metal alloys, and the spring term projects consisted of venturing into the fields of plastics, petroleums, and gases. Membership was limited to 20. The club was ably advised by Miss Abigail Neikirk, chemistry teacher. How 14D. Francisco. D, Hall, I-I, Giess-eke, Miss Ne-ikirk, D, Iiurtner, IV. Jennings. Howl!-G. Roussos, I.. Knight, IS. XVyld, I.. I-Iortun, B. Chapman, 0. Paris, G. XVeIJli, D. Goss. Row 3-D. Kuchler, J. Howe, Roar-11, D. Dole. 0 0 Q ptlmlst The newly formed Optimist Club has plans for worthwhile school activities as well as social functions. The Junior Optimists which began with a nucleus of nine members will enlarge the membership to a total number of thirty. The club is sponsored by the Portland chapter of Optimist International. Run' lgll. Jennings, IS. Nix-koloff. XV. I4olIig:vr. How ZA-D, Metcalf, B. Hergurt. J. XVaelluh. I.. Knight. ll. Goodwill. uaker Club Keeping up with their tradition the Quaker Club again proved themselves an out- standing boys' organization of Franklin. Social activities started with a "Big Four" dance, originating from a Quaker idea and taking place at the Sunken Ballroom, with Quaker and Illuminati of Franklin, and Pack and link of Washington. The club had several joint meetings and also an April Fool dance at the Norse hall. To complete another successful year, the Quaker Club. finished the term with their annual picnic with I-Ii Ki Ki. l!ovr1-D. Enge-lbart, G. Yan 124-rgvn. 'l'. Lee. Mr. Soutliwivk. L, Zinunwrmnn. H. Jolnison. Il. Johnson. How!-Il. Paul. D. Sackett, D. King. ll. liimanicl. IZ. lloilrl. A. Ifrl-twvll. ii, Hotlml. Ii. Lclll. 1', AIIIFCIIOII, H. Hawkins. T. Hanford. Ii. 0'Ne-il. Row 3-IV. Lichtgurn, J, McMillan. NI. Li-igllton. II. Imcy, ll. Chine:-U. FALL OFFICERS Prfyidrnl FRANK Raucn Vin' PfI'JiIfl'IIf STEVE TROY Sfrrrlary I'IOVV.-XRD Riccs Treasurer Rox Bowax Chaplain ciEORGii Vax HEROES! fIi.YI'f1I'illll I,l.oYn ZIMMERMAN .'l dviszfr MR. Ricn'i'ER FALL OFFICERS Presidelzl STEVE PFROY Fire Prfsiderzl CHRIS TSE!-'iXI.fKS Secretary Bon I'IAR'l4VVIfI TreaJurr'r Bm, OWES Srrgmnf ai armx HARRY REHUN Ilixlorian IDICK BAILEY .ldfvi.v1'r MR. A. IENNA FALL OFFICERS President JIM Wxtsox fin' President GEORGE VAN BERGEN S1'rrL'lary HOWARD RIGGS Treasurer Bos BAHLMAN Srrgfcazzl ai arms TOM LEE Ilirirarian LLUYD ZIMMIZRMAN .ldfvinr E. N. SoUTHwicR SPRING OFFICERS Prfyidnzl BILI, OWEN l'irr Prfsidml CIEORGE VAN BERGI-IN .S'1'rr1'tary I.I.OI'II ZIMMERMAN 7'l'l'!l.f1lfl'l' CHRIS TSEFALIS Chaplain HAROLD JOHNSON Hislorian IRAVE ENGLEBART .ldwisrr MR, RIC!-ITER SPRING OFFICERS l'r1'5idf1II VVAYNE IIANKINS Vin' Prfsidfnl RON BOWEN S1'1'f1'lary -IOIIN NICKI-:L 7II'I'615IlI'l'l' HARRY REITON Srrgnuzf al arms CURT Sci-IELL Ilixlurian JOHN VENTURE .-Idfvisfr MR. A. EN NA ELECTED OFFICERS Prrsidrlzl Bon NICROLOFI' Vifff Prvsiderzr CHARLES METCALF Srrrrtary VVI:s BOLLIGER Trfasilrm' BOB JENNINGS Srrgunzi at arms ALAN HARRISON Cliafzlain DAN KIOODVVIN pldfuisrr MR. HARRISON SPRING OFFICERS l'rf.vidz'1zt TOM LEI5 Vin' Prn.IidL'n! CIEORGE VAN BERGEN Scrrclnry DAVE ENGIZLBART 7'I'I'Il51lI'I'I' HAROLO JOHNSON Sl'l'fII'lIl1l' al arms LLOYD ZIMMI-:RMAN Historian BILI, JOHNSON .Ill-vi.vr'r IE. N. SOUTHWICR C l ' . The activities this year Of the Franklin Hi-Y have ranged from a dance at Cedar- ville to the annual Easter assembly. The dance at Cedarville was the highlight of the fall term. The Franklin Hi-Y furnished the refreshments and the hall for this joint dance with the VVashingtOn Hi-Y. The Easter service was the highlight of the spring term and was a great success. Other activities of the year were a joint discussion meeting with Pentathlon and two basket socials. Left Side-S. Troy, P. Lunn. P. XVOIIIPYS. .I. Ve-ntiirs-. H. JOIIIISOII. D. I-Inglehart, G. Van Bergen, B, Owen. Back RowfB, Chiacco, T. Ahrmns, H. ltfeitnn, I-Z. KVNI-il. D. I.elIl. A. Zeazas, D. AbI'almIII. Right Side- I.. ZiIIIIIIermaII, C. Tsnfnlais, Il. Hawaii. .l. Z1-aims. N, Hawkins, T. Hanford, A. Fretwell. lluminati "If itls for Franklin, Illuminati is for it." Illuminati has again had a successful year starting with a four-way dance at the Nlasonic Temple. Also they had a trip to lWt.HOOd alld a joint meeting with Deelcs, Fclapse, Gammos, aIId Tista. They held two barn dances, the annual banquet at the Klultnomah Hotel and the annual picnic. A farewell party for departing members was given. ROW1-J. Venture. C. Schell, H. Rviton. .I. Ni:-lwl, R, Unwexi. W. Hunkins, S. Troy, C. Tsefalas, B. Hartwig, B. Owen, D. Bailey. ROWZ-J. Zeazas, D. Abraham, I'. IIIIIIII, I', Wohlers. A, Wallet-k, A. Azorr, XV. Locke, B. Beil, T. Abrams, A, Shmg, J, ICPIIIIH-IT, B. AIlSl!9I'l'j', A. Zf-Amis, .I. Me-rcep. Torch - Torch-Y activities this year were many and kept up with the activities of last year's club. They included several show parties and two bowling parties. Also they made several trips to Camp Collins, the last trip being a basket social and dance. IlOw1.fIi. xvllllfflll, J. Pfunts, D. Hanna, IL Ginxisnlitm-. ll. 'l'hOnms. tl. l'nlIIel'. ROW2-E. SOPQIISPII, J. C2ll'1J'Jlll01', C. Stndius, D. Swalils. ll. Moore, Ib. Howe. A. Jolmxism-Il, D. Jnnker. Row HSD. Uradlun, K. Ellers, B. Lacy, D. Hiersrfhe, C. .Innkm-r, C. Estes, Il. Martin, Production lass Pla At exactly 8:15 P.M., April 14, the velvet curtains rose on the anxiously awaited production-Class play, "Young April." The scenes, set in the modern age, together with the realistic situations of young life, charmed the audience. W1'itteI1 by Aurania and VVilliam Spence Rouverol, the delightful comedy served a welcome evening to all. Posters, Bliss Driscoll and Art Departmentg Stage Setting, M1'. Drlica and Stage Crewg Sound Effects, Nlr. Regele and General Nlanagersg Make-tip, lwiss lVICKercher and hlasque 81 Gavel. FALL OFFICERS Przxvidmzf Cnzokois VAN BIaIu:IzN Vim Presidmzl RON BOWEN Sfrrelary JIM VVIIISON Treaxzzrcr HARRY REIION Sergeant at arms BOB H AR'I'wIr: H ixlnrill n TOM Lien FALL OF F I CERS Pwsidzfzzl JACK HORSTING Vim' l'r1'.vidn'nl JOHN Hvnic Sfrrnlary EARL ALORICII Trcaslzrrr DARRYI, BLIVEN Cliaplnizz JACK 'TURVIILIE Sw-gmul al arm: DICK SOIVEROUIST Editor BILI, W7II,S0N .-Idfvixrr Mk, Fox FALL OFFICERS PI'L'Jflll'lIl JIM MI'I'CnI5LL I 'iff' Prc.vidmzf Kiarrn LARSON .S'1'r'1'rlary BARNIQI' CJIANSA N115 7'l'l'll.fIU'l'l' DON l'lANNA Cllalllain Am' JOIINSON Sl'f'ffL'lUlf al arms DICK I'IAwEs .lilfuisvr Mk. RICII'I'IcII MANAGERS flEORGIANN STANGEI, CIu's'rAL K0l,S'I'AlJ BARBARA BOVVN Lois MANSFIHLO ELVERA EASTON CIRACE I'IUnIzARn BOB JOHNSON 1301-UDON SULLIVAN LORRAINE SCI-INEIOER HEI,.EN WIIITAKER JEAN Ives RAE CQALBRAITII CONSTANCE VVAGs'rAIfF BOB YOUNG MRS. DVORAK Mas. AULD SPRING OFFICERS President HARRY Rnrrov l"ir'1' l'rc5idc1If RUN BowI:N S1'1'rz'lary VVAYNE HANKINS 'l'r1'a.IIzrer PAT WOHLIQRS Sfrgjearzt al arms JOHN VENTURE Hixluriarz DICK BAIIIHY SPRING OFFICERS Pr1'sidv1z1 JOII N HYDER Vin' Prfsidwzl DICK SODEROUISI' S1'fr'rla1'y S'I'avI: CIIURCII TrI'a.tI1r1'I' Dore MIe'rCRI.If Iflzaplaifz DARRYI. BI,IvIaN SI'I'gf1fa1Ii al army AI.I.IeN IIIaAIII.Iax' Iiililrn' BRUCE DYRR .-lllfvisvr' MR. Fox SPRING OFFICERS Prrsidmzt DoN HANNA l'i1'1' Prfsizimzl BARNEY fIIANSAN'I Ie Srfrftziry JIM PFoU'I's TruIsIzrw' RoN TI-Iomfxs Cliafflain RIHORGE CAI.IIIIR SL'l'gl'l1ilf al arms B LII: VVAI.RoII pl Ilfuisw' MR. RICII'I'IIR CAST XVRYNE LICHTCARN JIIAN STANGEI. PR'r'I'II5 STEEN BYRON KELHAM JEAN Ives RICHARD COOKSPLY GLEN BURGIN CHARLOTTE CIAINER MARY Jo BUcIcI,IeR IIEI.l'.N WHITAKER ES'I'I'lER DINGIIR WI-:sI.sY JOI-I NSON I2I,vnRA EASTON BARBARA Bowx Boa jon NSON GoRIaoN SuI.I,IvAN B0 al rder of F llowl-fri. FIIIIII-I', E. Gif-sw-ke. XV. HIIIIIQIIIS, Il, IIHXYPII. II. Ili-i1oII, l'. NYolIlI1I's, J. YPIIIIIFP, A. NVo1leek. S. Klee-s, Mr. Fox. Ilowil-ll, I'lIIWVOS, B. SclIIIeidI1I', D. Hit-rst-Iw, B, Owen, T. L4-Ie. C. Shell, D, Ilniley, Il. f'IIim'I:iI, B. JOIIIISOII, H. IIIII'i2wig, E. 0'N0il. Row Bill Dole, Il. XVa1I'0lI, .l. Howe, D, IglI!'fIIPl'. D. Cookse-y, D. 1GIIg'i-lluII'I. H, VIIII IleI'g'e-II, S. 'I'I'1Iy, D. LPIIII D. Svhniidt, B. Hllj'lIl0I'llI, J. Z1-HIZIIS, C. Thefulns. heta Y The newly organized Franklin Theta Y, completed its first year of organization with great success. The social activities for the year incluclecl date parties, swims, 2llld a banquet. The club also entered a team in the TorchY Basketball League and had a very successful season. -Y Huw I--S, l'lIIII'i'lI. H. AlilI'i1'II. .l. I'ioI'stiIIg', J. Hymler. D, SOIll'I'lllliSI. Bow Zn-A. Ili-nillvy. B, Dyer. Il. Blivvn, Mr. Fox, .I. 'l'III'ville, F. lll'l'4'!Il4'X, II, Shaw. rineess Harriet April ll, 194-4, was a big day for Franklin, for on that day we selected Princess Harriet Nlargaret McGill to represent us in the Royal Court of Rosaria. Standing five feet nine inches tall and weighing 127 pounds, Princess Harriet has sparkling brown eyes and naturally curly brown hair. Not only poised and attractive, she has kept erse usy g ' ' activities. She was secretary of the student body this spring term, secretary of the Jan. '45 senior class, vice president of Delta Beta Phi, and also a member of Caleetas h lf b takin pait in Fianklin and Gulick. Franklin is proud to present to Portland our Princess Harriet. al' ete Highlighting the 1944 spring term was the annual Franklin May Fete. "Cheer" was the theme of this year's celebration held on Friday, May 5. The main part of the festivities were held in the bowl, where Phyllis Parks and Derele Swails were made Queen and King of Cheer to rule over Franklin for a day. Queen Phyllis and her Court were entertained by students marching to form the words "Cheer", "Sing',, and HU. S. A.". Other afternoon attractions included a dance in the gym and a track meet. The evening wound up the celebration with a vaudeville in the auditorium, a nickleodian dance, and various clubs managing concessions. 4 I. -1 -1 -1 li. T Ei 10. ll. I2 lil H 15 iii, 17 IS 5. Swing your purlnor. Eddy R Andy. l-'rnnkliu wins. I-'rnnklixfs Swing Ihuui. Vzirl nl' "tho an-t," Oiw-iivstnl, Qin-1-11's royal li2lll4'Q'l'S. Vryslail, l':1t. :incl Lois. 'Flin Spirit of I.nv0. I'riiir'ossos :md esvorts. Simon Cromir-i' AIliHh0I'l'j'. King. Qufwn, :ind ntlvnd- ants. Ilmvs business? Qllfltlll Phyllis :incl King lin-r4-iv, Many f'nnrt. Looking for n pnrtnf-r. C1059-KID, Princess Hnrriot. I943 Football Season The last Franklin football team to be coached by George Plmigh rolled through its season in a way to make every Quaker proud. Starting with a decisive 12 to O win over the Lumberjacks at Longview in a pre-season tilt, the squad played through its scheduled games without a single loss, only to be beaten in the city playoff by the Grant Generals. Probably the brightest highlight of the current season was the overthrow of Jefferson by a 13 to 0 score. For the first time in I7 years a Franklin grid team won from thc Democrats in one of the best exhibitions of tackling, running, and blocking seen in Portland. Sports writers acclaimed it the best Franklin team ever seen on the lVIultno- mah Field. Another highlight was the first night football game to be played in Portland since the dimout was put into effect. That was the night Franklin rocked the Benson NICCl'l3.I1lCS to sleep with a 21 to 0 score under the bright arc-lights to run their win streak to five in a row. Probably the most amusing game was the Commerce tilt, when our heaviest of the line had their fondest dream come true, and this was to play in the backfield. After first securing a 21-point lead, Coach limigh shifted a few players from the weighty line to the backfield where, after once headed in the right direction, they made substan- tial gains. Would-be tacklers suffered bruises and cracked bones as the boys rolled down the field. Their offense was admirable, but their defense was lacking in experia ence, and the Stenogs made one of their few touchdowns of the season. Nearly every Quaker who attended any of the football games will remember the massive line of this year's squad with Steve Troy and Harry Reiton teaming together to form the most invincible duo in Franklins grid history. Other rugged fellows such as jack Blampied, Frank Rauch, Tom Lee, and Bill Owen, all playing in true George Emigh "rock 'em, sock 'em" style, shaped a team rated tops in any prep league. And who could ever forget the backfield of this yearys grid squad with jim WilSOII,S line crashing and fleet-footed johnny Venture's open field running? Bob Tate and Dick Bailey joined them to make one of the most dangerous backfields in the city. VVe aren't sure how many boys will be gone by next season, but we are sure that this year's reserves showed plenty of football talent and, if given the chance, will make another championship team for Franklin. M Y 2, ,Q I "Q f 'W , , . . V XB-wx ,,ff,X. 0 ww X' Mfg. Af QW .1 M, QNX ., .Q S, . x ':. :'1':-- xi r' ' SK A6148 R " Q .xy O ie . x - y 1 WE fc 1? NWS X XA sw 1 v Www ww NM M-Www GEORGE EMIGH-COACH: Mr. Emigh was not only an excellent coach, but also a friend that all the boys couldn't help working, sweating, and fighting for. As a coach, lVIr. Emigh had a knack of getting the best results from his players and was always one to show them the way instead of pushing them. We all wish you an abundance of luck in the Marines, Coach Emigh. JIM WILSON-Fullback: One of the main cogs in this year's grid team, Jim called plays and carried the ball like a professional. His outstanding charging and air-tight defensive playing warranted him a berth on this year's all city team. Jim's graduation left a large position to be filled in next season. BOB TATE-Right Half: Bob played his first and last football season, having directed his talents mainly to other sports, but, nevertheless, in true Tate style, he proved himself a good team man as well as a swift and sure-footed ball carrier. JOHN VENTURE-Left Half: This was Johnny's first year on the varsity squad, but he proved to everyone that he was capable of holding the position. Johnny's super- evasive open field running and long returns on punts gave him an honorable mention on this year's all-city eleven. We'i'e relying on his return to bolster next year's squad. DICK BAILEY-Quarterback: Playing his second year of football, Dick come through in grand style. At the quarterback position, he was a threat to any opponent who was reckless enough to be in his path. Dick is another player we hope to see back next season. FRANK RAUCH-Right End: Always alert and on the defensive, Frank quickly taught all opposing teams that they couldn't run far enough to get around his end. Frank was also always in a good humor, a trait which is very valuable to a team seeking the championship. TONI LEE-Left End: Playing his last season, Tom perfected his starts and was always where the passer wanted him. His jackrabbit starts also enabled him to block several punts and knock down passes in quite a few games this season. STEVE TROY-Right Tackle: The act of changing Steve from end to tackle position this year proved to be a wise one. Steve not only opened up large holes in the opposing line but stopped every ball carrier coming within reach of his long arms. Big Steve's extra sensational playing gavehim the position of tackle on the all-city team, hence, there is truly a large pair of shoes to be filled next season as he is' slated to graduate. HARRY REITON-Right Guard: Harry's massive muscular body shed opposing linesmen like water from a duck's back. Quite speedy for a man of his size, Harry was able to be either an irresistible force or an immovable object, whichever the occasion called for. As Harry received an all-city rating, we solemnly hope that he will be able to return next season to finish his exceptional prep football career. JACK BLAMPIED-Left Tackle: Always a fighter, Jack found football to his liking and seldom, if ever, came out of a game without being spattered with blood and covered with bruises. It will take a rugged player to take Jack's place next fall. VVAYNE HANKINS-Left Guard: Pulling out of his running guard position, VVayne was out in front of many ground-gaining plays, clearing the way for our thundering backfield. Rather small, but making up for it in speed, Wayne was able to block aside many an unsuspecting adversary. BILL OWEN-Center: Playing on a Franklin team for the first time, Bill showed an amazing ability to keep the team in high spirits and a progressive mood. Billls playing ability was brought out in the mud-splashed games by his skill in consistently centering the ball straight and neatly wherever the play called for it. AL WOLLECK-Right Half: Al showed a very promising future in this year's football season until he had his knee badly wrenched in the Jefferson game. This accident did not dampen Al's fighting spirit although he saw little action the rest of the season. Top rnw: D. Bailey: J. Xvilsong B. Tate: J. Venture. 2nd row: T. Lee: F. Rauch. 3rd row: J. Bhuupeid: S. Troy. -ith row: NV. Hnnkinsg B. Owen: A. XV01leckg H. Reiton. Center: Coach Emigh. ,, K 4 L ,, X S .. .:f', U N M M 1943-44 Basketball Season The Quaker casaba squad blasted through the current season in a very commendable manner by ehalking up twelve wins and four losses for the co-championship of Portland. Franklin tied with VVashington and Grant for top honors only to have Washiilgtoii cop the city playoff and progress to the state finals. Playing hard and strong throughout the schedule, the Nlaroon and Gray quintet participated in several thrilling duels. One of the most victorious was the first tangle the team had with the league-leading Roosevelt squad in which they broke their promis- ing win streak at six games. Leading through the entire game, the Quakers had little trouble subduing the Rough Riders. Another reason the Roosevelt tilt stands out is that it was the last chance Bob Tate had to play for a Franklin team and he really turned in a bang-up performance. Another triumphant game was the 28 to 26 win over the Grant Generals in the final half of league play. The Generals were in second place at the time with the Quakers close behind, and the win boosted Franklin back into the championship race. The Quakermen were leading throughout most of the momentous struggle, but in the closing minutes Grant su1'ged to within one point of tying up the score. With only six seconds playing time left on the stopwatch, Ron Bowen and Jones of Grant were charged with a double foul and each was obliged to take a free throw. Jones failed to hit the hemp and so Grant lost a chance to tie the score, and Ron came through a "swisher" to put Franklin ahead with a wider margin. ' Another game all Franklinites should long remember is the second Roosevelt tilt when Steve Troy took ill and was dropped from the starting lineup. In the final quarter of the of the game, Franklin found itself on the low end of the score and Big Steve, in spite of his condition, was allowed to enter the game. Immediately the team rallied, and Steve himself potted eight points to put the game on ice. It's players like Steve Troy that make great teams great. The reserve squad has done much work to make the season a success this year and deserve a lot of credit, not only for helping the regulars with good workouts in practice, but for sitting by ready to be called on a second's notice. Next year three regulars, Johnny Venture, Lloyd Zimmerman, and Pat VVohlers, are expected to return, and, along with the promising reserves of this year's squad, they should give Franklin a season equal to last year's unbeaten record. 75 PAT VVOHLERS-Forward: If you ever watched a Franklin basketball game this past season, you would have seen a head of stubby blond hair bobbing around in the middle of almost every play. That was Pat Wohlers. In addition to his speed and trick plays, his amazing talent of sinking shots from the floor made him an asset and a mainstay on the Casaba five. JOHN VENTURE--Forward: With Johnny's speed and maneuverability and Coach Fox's brains for coaching, who could stop the Franklin basketball team. With his fast starts and his darting, swerving style of playing, Venture sparked many a game to final victory. STEVE TROY-Center: lfVhat's there to be said about "Big Steve" except that in his fourth season of varsity basketball for Franklin he has surpassed anything he has ever done? Steve was always watched very closely by the opposition, and some say that instead of playing Franklin, they were playing Steve Troy. Whether ill or feeling great, Steve was all Franklin. He will always be remembered at Franklin as an all- time great. The Navy's gain is our loss. RON BOWEN-Guard: The big boy who practically lives for the basketball season to come around really showed spark this season. Picked as captain of the team, Ron Bowen did honor to'that berth by showing the way to the-rival's basket so often that he ended up high point man of the team and the only Franklin player picked for all-city honors. A loss will be felt by the student body when another Franklin "great" leaves. Good luck, Ron Bowen. LLOYD ZIlWlVIERlVIAN--Guard: Lloyd made a very fine showing in his first' season as a varsity player. A very fast and foxy type of ball playing seems to be his style. VVhen Lloyd is playing, itls "heads up or else" for the other team as this speedy guard seems to be everywhere at once. We can count on Lloyd Zimmerman's being in there next season, as a veteran, to help Franklin win the championship. BOB TATE-Forward: Bob Tate excelled as an all-round athlete, but he will be longest remembered for his exploits in basketball. With his own unbeatable style, Bob wove and darted through half a season before he graduated and became a member of the Navy's V-12 program. Everybody will remember Bod for his four years of loyal service to Franklin and his bang-up ball playing right to the very end. GEORGE VAN BERGEN-Guard: Playing as an alternate this season, George was always on hand to help in a pinch. XVhen he did get to play, George was a streak of lightning and a hard fighting Quaker. Van Bergen was also invaluable at practices, because the opposition he showed the first team made them play a better game of ball. George graduates this season, leaving another gap to be filled on the casaba squad. CURT SHELL-Center: Tall, blonde Curt Shell could be seen in many of the games this season. This big, scrappy reservecenter took over where Troy left off. A wily player, he proved to his opponents that Franklin was out to win, as it usually did. ART FRETWELL-In his first term out for basketball, A1't landed a spot on the varsity te-am, and made a good showing whenever his chances came. Art will be around next season. HAROLD ,IOHNSON-Although a bit inexperienced as yet, Harold showed a lot of promise of becoming a mainstay on next season's team. He is fast and a good shot. VVith a little more actual experience, Johnson will do great things next season. BOB BRADLISE-"Scooter" is a good nickname for Bob. If you have ever watched him play, you know what we mean. Scooting in and out of tight spots all over the floor, Bradlee has shown great versatility at the game. In his few opportunities to play, Bob made an excellent showing, and we will all be around to see him in action next season. Top row: Troy: J. Venture: I'. Wolilers: L. Zlunnerulan 2nd row: C. Shell: R. Bowen. . iird row: G. Van Bergen: H. Johnson. -ith row: A. Fretwell: B. Tate: B. Ikruillee. Center: Coach Fox. 944 Baseball Season Because Franklin's baseball teams have had such good luck during the past few seasons, a lot of people canlt realize why the team is not on top this year. The reason is very obvious. Since last year we have lost eleven experienced players. Of course these spots had to be filled by newcomers. Everyone should take this into consideration before commenting. But all is not lost this year. just because we are not winning every game doesn't mean we are completely wasting our time. Coach Fox summed it all up very nicely when he said, "This is a building year." By this, We take it that he is not so interested in winning games this season as he is in trainng the players. You'll understand this reasoning a little-better when you realize that every player but one on this year's squad will be back next season. We are losing Ron Bowen. Ron has played well for four seasons, and we will all be sorry to see him go. Next year our team will have the necessary training to put up a stiff fight for the championship. When we all realize that next season we will have a complete experienced squad, I think we can overlook these defeats this season. The knocks the boys are getting now, are "building" them for next season. 'Pop row: D. Lvhl: H. Johnsong R. Boweng L, Zimms-rmnn :Ind row: D. nis: B. B1-adlee. 3111 row: 1'. XVoh1ers: Bob Johnson. 4th row: G. Dnliney J. McMillan: L. Dnvlsg B. xVHlI'0Ll. Center: Conch Fox. A JOHN RICMILLAN-John is getting plenty of experience in pitching this year. He. shows a lot of promise and we're sure the experience he's getting now will make him a first class pitcher for next season. BUD WALROD-Another one of the new boys, Bud is fortunate in getting in as much experience as he has. Because of an accident to Harold Johnson, Bud got to catch a few complete games. BOB BRADLEE--Bob can be seen scooting around the infield picking up fast grounders and pop flies all over the field. Although he is very small, he makes up for it in spirit and ability. PAT VVOHLERS-Pat is a very valuable asset to this year's team, because he is one of the few with actual previous experience. He is a speedy and accurate player. DICK LEHL-As our mainstay pitcher this season, Dick showed remarkable con- trol and kept a cool head in the tight pinches. Dick was not only dangerous on the mound, but iust as much so at the plate by coming through in the pinches with that much-needed hit. HAROLD JOHNSON-Harold's specialty as catcher was picking up wild throws and pegging out would-be base stealers at second. His regularity helped to give the pitching staff the cooperation it needed to be successful. Harold will be around next season, and, with the experience he receives this season, he promises to be a triple threat question. RON BOWEN--Big Ron Bowen's baseball career extends far and wide, but every- body knows that when he is playing for Franklin he is at his best. Ron not only covered first like a carpet but wielded one of the biggest bats in the league. LLOYD ZIMMERMAN-Showirig a very good account of himself in other sports, Lloyd didn't let us down on his baseball career. An exceptionally smart and tricky player, he will be of the greatest value next season. I BILL JOHNSON-Hitting them over the fence seems to .be Bill's hobby. Watch- ing him lay into those apples would do any Quaker's heart good. We'll be looking for more of that Bill. LES DAVIS-Being only a second termer was no handicap to Les. He was lucky enough to get the experience of starting a few of the games. In Les, we see a lot of good material for three more seasons of baseball. GLEN DALINE-A surprisingly heavy hitter, Glen surprised everybody by really slugging the ball around the field on his first season out. Glen will be here next spring. DICK UNIS-Small but wily is Dick Unis. His specialty it seems, is to be all over the field at once. And of course this isn't bad. We'll expect big things of Dick next season. is Huck row: D. Dole: J. Howe: Ii. Rnymond. Front row: D. Gossg P. Rhlrllley. The 1943 Cross Country Team Under the guidance of Mr. Emigh and their own captain, John Howe, the Quaker cross country squad has shown improvement as well as thelikelihood of a promising future. , Cross country is no easy way to make a letter, for racing two miles over hill and dale, in rain as well as scorching sunshine, not only takes great endurance, but also unlimited school spirit. The outstanding member of this year's squad is Captain john Howe. Johnny cap- d tured the all-city cross country title this season and will return next season to try an repeat himself. In fact the entire team, with the exception of Eb Giesecke, will be back in full force next fall. Franklilfs All it Stars Franklin is noted for placing outstanding players on all city squads, and this year was no exception. These boys were all chosen because of their persistence in playing hard and showing good sportsmanship as well as their exceptional playing ability. The football squad was well represented this year by placing three men on the all city team. Jim Wilson was chosen fullback, and that famous dual' line combination, Harry Reiton and Steve Troy, were elected guard and tackle respectively. Ron Bowen was the only basketball player to represent the Quaker casaba five this year. Ron suffered a couple of slack periods during the season but was able to pull out of them and end up high point man for our team. John Howe won the city cross country event and deserves a lot of recognition. John was the standout member of this fall's cross country team and will return next season to promote the championship spirit which will hang heavy around Franklin next year. It is too early to name the all city baseball and spring track men. However, we can say that both teams have several prominent players the All-City team could ill afford to do without. 3 TENNIS JUNIOR FOOTBALL JUNIOR BASKETBALL JUNIOR TRACK Tennis Under the capable direction of Miss Schaid, this yearls tennis team has shown improvement and promise. Even though lacking in experience, the team has given a good :recount of itself and by next year should be able to take on all comers. J nnior Football This fall the junior football club has definitely served its purpose by concentrating on supplying future varsity material instead of winning games. Good showings were made by Pat Wohlers, Pat Lunn, and Bob Bradlee. Junior Basketball Like the Junior football team, the junior basketball squad directed its efforts to future varsity athletes. The experi- ence gained by the entire team will be noticeable in coming seasons. A few of those showing good playing ability were Dick Unis, Harold Hawkins, and John McMillan. Junior Track Showing a great improvement under their new coach, John Hoke, this fall's junior track team has won several meets and promises Franklin a formidable squad for next season. mg 2 m2 NE , 9' ivy 6 W Whe-ru's 1-rwylrolly going? Walking un uir. .imnping the- gun. 'l'h+- final spurt. Wait 'till il, L-olnes down, Steve. The Foxling. liamlsome Emigh. Big Steve and pluynmtes. Yon can stop now, fellas. Five points for Franklin. Somebody had to break the tape. SENICDRS of June 1944 and January 1945 Congratulations and Best Wishes for your suctess and happiness through the coming years of life Your Photographer GLADYS GILBEIQT 708 S. W. Morrison Street BEacon 0129 ACKNONVLIQDGI-IMENTS Prfnzing ..... DURHAM, RYAN, AND DOWNEY Engraving . . . . . . ROBINSON AND NIORRIS Clays Phozograplzvr ...... CRLADYS GILBERT O!'g!lIZiZIlfi0!l Plz-Qlografhlzfr . . LEO. F. SIMON STUDIOS Sports Pirzzu-vs .... . . . I-ID -IOHNSON ' 475 ':' ' 5'1" .-"' I "' WI?"- V -, ,Q me- .- . Q-.' 2"-'Pilf "5 J Q . 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