Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1930

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I .-I: - -1-. . upported by stately white pillars ianklin High School. Three years ago we entered-timid and Varing for our Senior year and graduation from that institution lnjamin Franklin. V i. 5 ln Memoriam 0 those who have been called to another world and have not been able to complete with us four years of high school we wish a happy eternity. How happy might have been our commencement had all those who started with us as Fresh- men been able to complete with us our senior year .... Let us pause a moment in deep reverence to the memory of those who have passed beyond. Mk. R. GROCOCK Munnsl. LETTERMAN IACK LeCLAlR TAKEO Nlsl-nrMoTo Tv-'Y' - -lf' L-A' '1 ' 7,14-A V n ,1 3 2 X T - i , gf P' -,1 22 ,'.-.-Q.-f..g4 . ' I 1 WW - 1 -M . Q ,.. ,.,3F,L e . , l' '155'3?ii" l :r swf- V "w - -bi ' N , 'wi' "'Ti1"f 7-1 F- ii-'fz?'Zf -3 li ,t M E ,W ,453 , I 7 if if 22- ' 511 ' I 3, 353. ,5 . 1 3 , 5-av-H-4, , -1 :V gig: A ,, H .n + i-,sly H I' ., H . ,' JPL ' 515.54 if ' .1 , 1. - 5. .73 sf. 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His time and efforts are re- sponsible for the present edition of the year- book, and it is with the deepest regret that we announce his retirement from the advis- ership. With grateful hearts we dedicate this edition of the Tolo Annual to Mr. Upton. oreword - - HE activity of youth, as displayed by athletics, was adopted by the student members of the Tolo Annual staff as a fit motif around which to build this year- book. The development of the theme was planned by the staff and put into art by the art editors. The photographer also built up his photography around the motif as far as it was possible for him to do. It was the idea of the staff to produce a yearbook possessing a certain degree of continuity and one that would contain all the essentials of a complete, graphic, fast-moving history of the school year of l930. The oolcs Administration Classes Senior junior Sophomore Freshman Activities Fine Arts The Press Athletics 0 rgonizotions School Spirit he chool T is a thing of beauty and a joy forever . . . this building of ours, supported by its tall white columns and its high arched windows, even the entrances strike a note of architectural perfection and artisticness. This, offset by the verdure of the beautiful Mt. Baker Park, presents a word picture of the institution in which we were engaged in the pursuit of knowledge. Let us reminisce and once more walk through the halls and take our seats in the senior section and again live the joyful days spent at Franklin. Visualize, with the aid of the artist's interpretation, the scenes which should surely be indelibly impressed upon your mind as you take an imaginary trip through the following few pages. 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Woe betide the unwary Freshman, or even the ambitious lunior, who finds his way into the sacred precincts of the high and mighty Senior. 'PK an .il .-'F .-' VIZ ! l K . 1 ' Q A , ,. e if g , . ,Q 5 ' 5 '1-. il 5 2 'mfiifii ' ul ,nmugqgwuununxwws he Boys' Gym. Character building as well as muscle strengthening is the continuous process which the students undergo here. ,--'MH , .- . .kWW:33.fCN4L wgmQv3K,'vtm5 7 N. J. JL' L,-+653 "U qv!" eg, ,M ""Q'-f1.s,..f.1 A ., iyris' Ska' . , 1 F' 1 232 2. 'H ialzm Y ny., Q ,, -!"f'47,., . , we Q3 Ye Beanerye. Here words fail us fo de- scribe the concoclions, the tomfoolery, and the gaiety enjoyed by the clientele After school and during the lunch hours it is the very abode of mirth. AIIDMIINIISWURATHICDN 3. il fl ii ii V, -ET. v, ,--.1-:Tm Y... ...:...a,fa.,,g.7:,..,., 1 ia 5 f':r:7'giyw1- -W., i' i-2+-W.-..'1.,.,:..5... .Z Y M113 :asf QM: """'iviwi:-., .Mac-s-v 1 ' , , mit?-E. ""ifi"'--1, ' '.,'g3g"' 'ir , f inf -L. 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' sv ' if 12f2'f0w,Q 1 4 ,l va -, . ,, Q .1 . vga r I: ' fi :.g ' p- , ,v . ' 1.- , - i s we .i 'A 111-,nmwvwsrfar-1:-v9..p.unnm,unJ IOSEPH A. REED Principal HOSE upon whom has been placed the responsibility of editing and issuing this Tolo Annual have, with a considerable expenditure of time, of effort and of ability, placed before us in this little volume a permanent record of some of those events and activities that seemed to be most worth while. ln order that we may, in future years, visualize more .definitely thoseswith whom we have been associated, a consider- able use of photography has been employed. This Annual may be considered as a mile- stone in our Iivesg it marks off for almost all of us real progress in those character traits and habits that will mean so much in our future lives, that are so necessary in every forward-looking group or community. lt is our sincere wish that on account of successes won this year each may become a better, a more capable and efficient member of society. Very truly yours, I. A. REED, Principal. no Q 5.0 i r,,,,...,,,,....,..,.....a...,.......,..,N lr F 5 V ,,,, fQZ,.. ,' l 1 5 if FACULTY 5 A it ll f if ,L Q 5? ul, ead of the Q , l administration of Franklin, joseph A. 'i Reed, principal, is responsible for Frank- l ll lin's high rating among the high schools A ' of Seattle. ..a..W.-......-.,..-.:.....---......., All Franklinites know S. P. Trathen as sipNEY P. TRATHEN . . . vice-Principal vice-principal. Members of Franklin's faculty before Franklin was moved to its present location, l6 years ago, were: Miss McCarney, Miss Barnes, Miss Bennett, Mr. Laizure, Miss johnson, Miss Gorman, Miss Chambers and Miss Rinehart. Mr. Crocock, head of the Industrial Arts Department, passed Elda Zucconni away durlng the Year' HIS death Nonie M. Cooper Assistant Secretary caused much grief throughout Secretary Franklin. Many of Franklin's faculty have proven themselves a great aid to clubs, classes and committees as faculty advisers. Summers Borella Hendricks Haberland Erickson Egner Summers McKernon Ruck Van de Kant Thomas Sheldon Newman Seventeen 119 Q30 History Department Noah C. Davenport Douglas Kirk Byron A. Samuelson Ralph C. johnson Katherine Lentz Lou Ella Hart Emma Kassebaum Ralph 1. Reed M. Pearl Bennett N, C. Davenport johnson Kassebaum Lentz Reed Hart Davenport Bennett Mathematics Department Harriet Dohney Minnie C. johnson Agnes Remley Robert 1. Handy Helen G. Kuebler Mildred Bigelow Sidney P. Trathen S. P. Trathen Handy johnson Bigelow Dohney Trathen Kuebler Remley Eighteen IIQ SDQD English Department f f Ralph R. Upton Malcolm H. Griffin Marian McMasters V I Ruth Almeda Bailey Lila Hunter Eileen O'Leary 5, 1 Lucy R. Barnes Nan T. jardine Sarah M, Sheldon " ,, Mildred F. Crockett Helma E. Keuhn Louise j. Strong V Lydia Lindberg Paul W. Copeland Y- ,V QQ., . , R.R.Upto:1 Upton johnson Handy Griffin Strong Crockett Bailey Hunter Keuhn McMaster O'Leary Barnes Sheldon Lindberg jardine '19 ,Z Foreign Language Department rf George Brown jackson Edith Page Bennett Helen jeanette Perry Marguerite j Duval Agnes E. Quigley C B jackson Hart Quigley DuVal Bennett jackson Perry Nineteen ll QD TCDLCD ,jp A QD Science Department M if Grant A. Laizure Anna M. Daugherty Harry T. Benson 5 V Q Lydia May Chambers Walter I. Reseburg Orrin Evatt Margaret McGarney ,Q f G. A. Laizure Evatt McCarney Chambers Reseburg Laizure Daugherty Benson Arts Department Gharfotte Bisazza Elma Bravender Tony Gales Gretchen Shaw Harold Howes George Scott Scott Shaw Howes Bisazza Cales Bravender Twenty ll gp 'ircoilsco Q 3, p Q l Commercial Department Frank Bailey MargaretM.Gorman Stella M. McGrath Lillian C. Fowler C. S. jackson E. I. Bishop Eleanor Mclntosh 4 F. Bailey McGrath Bishop Fowler Bailey Gorman jackson Home Economics Gertrude Rinehart Lena E. Wilson Genevieve Warner jane Snyder Ruggles Music Department L. H. Blacknell Marjorie K. Pidduck Physical Education Department Ralph N. Knapp Anna Belle Shaw Catherine Rogers Library Lois E. Caughey Blacknell Wilson Rinehart Shaw Knapp Warner Caughey Pidduck Rogers f ,ff . iw Twenty-one l MM 'fl WWW f'.-11 Q Wyfw My W M 1 fJSf3fb?0fyV 'SMAJEQ NN jfmyj f GLASSES l 1 'E 5 1 3 3 As a lasting remembrance and token of our appreciation for the tireless efforts and sacrifice of time expended in the shaping of the course of the class of l930 from our entry to the very eve of our gradua- tion we, the class of l930, dedicate this book, entitled "Classes," to Miss Agnes Remley, the faithful adviser of the class. She has directed our course away from the hidden reef and safely through the squall in a thoroughly organized body to the inspira- tion of our high school days, a diploma. Fromthe bottom of our hearts each mem- ber of the class of l930 wishes to express his appreciation for your loyalty and kindness as the adviser of the Senior Class, Miss Agnes Remley. j .Mm MM SIENIICDIIQS ll QI 'ircoiisco gi Q Stedman Friedel Albion Stedman . Charles Friedel .. Elizabeth Schilplin Howard Davenport Miss Agnes Remley Senior Class Twenty-six MATINEE Chr. Ruric Todd Wayne Richardson Grant Matthews Harriette Nelson Alice Beachwood DECORATION Chr. Harriet Harnan Ross Pedersen Ruric Todd Alice Beachwood PINS Chr. Ross Pedersen USHERS Chr. Stella Fessenden Gerry Buckner jean Dyer Edith Summers Kate Castleton Elizabeth Miller Effie Mae Summer REFRESHMENTS Chr. Alice Beachwood Merwin Moores Mary Sands S Remley Schilplin Davenport President .......Vice-President Secretary .......Treasurer Adviser GIFT Chr. Ralph james AI Stedman Virginia Montague Elizabeth Schilplin CLASS DAY Chr. Charles Friedel Dorothy Charroin Billy Duncan Dorene Pearson lean Dyer PROGRAM Chr. Robert McRae Evelyn Felton Cracia Hendricks Donald Laizure BOYS' ACTIVITIES Chr. lack Woodman GIRLS' ACTIVITIES Chr. I-Iarriette Nelson ll QI Q30 james Brown M iller Nicholls Commencement Speakers Eugene Miller ., , losephine Nicholls Ralph james ,, ,, Roberta Brown . ,, Rae Gallant ,,,, ,,,, Donald Laizure . SENIOR HONOR SOC l ETY Gallant Laizure Valedictorian ,,,,Salutatorian Class Choice ,, Class Choice Faculty Choice Faculty Choice Twenty-seven Il QI 'IWDILGD C110 Twenty-eight WILLIAM ACOMB Alias: BILL Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hillg Vodvil 23 "Prince of Pilsen" 31 Circus 4g "Chocolate Soldier" 43 K, D. Club 23 Science Club 3, Tolo Reporter 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Doing what Howie does." FRANK ALISHIO Alias: CHIC Basis of Fame: Entered from Primero High, Colorado. Chief Occupation: "Trying to calm down his curly locks." GILLMAN ALLYN Alias: GILL Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg "F" Club 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "On the cinder path." VIDAL ALVAREZ Alias: VEE Basis of Fame: Entered from National University, P. I., Pres. Filipino Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Managing a live-wire club." VERA AMALLEFF Alias: ART Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hillg Athletics 2, Hi-links 3, French Club 33 Art Club 3, 4, Concert 43 Art Editor Annual 4. Chief Occupation: "Drawing" MILDRED ANDERSON Alias: MILLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Stadium, Tacoma: Com- mercial Club 4. Chief Occupation: 'iBeing Angelic Looking," SHIRLEY ANDERSON Alias: BILLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Washington lr. High, Yakima: Athletics 2, 33 Entertainment Comm. 33 Head Clerk Tolo 33 Adv. Mgr. Sr, Play 4. Chief Occupation: "Being useful to W. I. R." FUMI ARIIZUMI Alias: LILLIAN Basis of Fame: Entered from Central: Circus 23 Comm. Club. 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 41 Athletics 3, 4, Quaker Maids 4, Tusitala Club 41 Concert 4, Chr, Floral Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being a florist." MILLIE ARNEST Alias: BLONDY Basis of Fame: Entered from St. james Cathedral: Dec. Comm. 2. Chief Occupation: "Acting demuref' PATRICIA ASH Basis of Fame: Entered from St. Edwards. Chief Occupation: "Being a likeable girl." LOIS AUSTIN Alias: AUZZY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muirg Art Club I, 23 Refreshment Comm. I 3 Publicity Comm. 2, 33 Dec. Comm. 2g Mat Comm. 3, 4: Charm Comm. 3, Chr. Minute Girls 45 "Importance of Being Earnest" 45 "Static" 4. Chief Occupation: "Mailing letters to Cliffy." JACK BARBER Alias: BARBER Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg "FU Club I, 2, 3, 43 K. D. Club 23 Hi-Y 45 Football I, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. i Chief Occupation: "Giving the Femmes a treat." IIQ Q 31,0 BILLIE BARTEE Alias: BILL Basis of Fame: Entered from Broadway3 Concert 33 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 All-city Orchestra 33 North- west Orchestra 33 String Quartet 3, 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 43 Chr. Party Reports 4. Chief Occupation: "Sawing away on a cello." GEORGE BARTOSCH Alias: BART Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Looking like Don juan." ALICE BEACHWOOD Alias: BEACHIE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Quaker Maids I, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 23 Social Service I, 2, 33 Mat. Comm. 3, 43 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Static 43 Chr. Favors Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Living up to her rep." ALICE BERGSTROM Alias: PICKLE Basis of Fame: Entered from Colman3 Comm, Club I, 23 French Club 23 Honor Society 23 S. G. A. 2, 3, 43 Scholarship 2, 33 Ticket Mgr. 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to urge people to buy tickets." RAMONA BIGELOW Alias: MONA Basis of Fame: Entered from St. Nicholas, Chief Occupation: "Giving somebody a Iine.' MELVIN BLAIR Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne. Chief Occupation: "Trying to grow." VELMA BOATMAN Alias: LEE Basis of Fame: Entered from Ferndale High Schoolg Honor Society 23 French Club 2, 33 Adv. Acct. Tolo 23 Senior Sister 43 Static 43 Girls' Ensemble 43 Con- cert 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Songstering." HELEN BORELLA Alias: HI Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 G. C. Play I 3 Comm. Club I, 23 Social Service 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Sr. Play Orchestra 33 Concert 33 Sr. Sister 4. Chief Occupation: "Making her sparkling eyes talk." LOIS BOYLE Alias: LOI Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill3 G. C. Play I3 Comm. Club I, 23 Athletics 23 Sr. Sister 33 lm- provement Comm, 43 Tolo Reporter 4. Chief Occupation: "Driving her Dad's fire truck." DOROTHY MAE BRENNAN Alias: DOTTY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hillg Spanish Club I, 23 Improvement Comm. 2, 3, 43 Ad. Make- up Mgr. Tolo 33 Ad. Mgr. Annual 4, Chief Occupation: "Being with-" MILDRED BRODNER Alias: MILLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Van Asselt3 Athletics 3, 43 G. C. Council 43 Make-up Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to understand things." ROBERTA BROWN Alias: BOBBIE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Quaker Maids I, 2, 3, 43 Athletics I3 Charm Comm. I3 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 V. Pres. Soph. Class 23 Social Service 23 Funmakers 23 Chr. Class Decorations 33 Chr. Charm 33 Tolo Reporter 43 V. Pres. Girls' Club 43 Static 43 Chr. All-city Vice Pres. G. C. 43 Com- mencement Speaker 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to ward off the men." Twenty-nine no Q90 Thirty CERALDINE BUCKNER Alias: GERRY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muirg Athletics l, 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Christmas Play 23 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 S. G. A. 2, 33 Fellowship 2, 33 Make- up Comm. Chr. 2, 33 Library 2, 33 Senior Sisters 33 Tolo Reporter 33 Sr. Play Usher 43 Static 43 Social Service 2, 33 jr. Editor Annual 33 Sr. Editor Annual 43 Chr. All-city Sect'y C. C. 43 Secretary Girls' Club 4. Chief Occupation: K'Having Personality." RUTH LOUISE BUEI-IRER Alias: DOLLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Brightong Candy Seller 2, 33 Library Clerk I, 2, 3, 43 Cultural Arts 2, 3, 4, Chief Occupation: "Working in the library." ROBERT BURNETT Alias: BOB Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir. Chief Occupation: "His girl friend." MARVIN BURKE Alias: IVIARV Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson3 Comm. Club I3 "F" Club l, 23 K. D. Club 23 Shah's Nightmare 23 Circus 33 Static 43 Service Club 43 Tolo Reporter 43 Art Club Officer 43 S. G. A. 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 33 Baseball 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Watching after new-comers in school Ifeminine elementif' jOHN BURTON Alias: SAM Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Football I, 2. 3, 43 All-city Guard 43 Warner Trophy 4. Chief Occupation: "Being Stonewall jackson." STELLA CAMPAC-NA Alias: STEL Basis of Fame: Entered from Mt. Virgin3 Comm. Club l, 23 Spanish Club 23 Make-up I, 23 "Prince of Pil- sen" 33 Concert 43 Athletics 43 "Chocolate Soldier," Chief Occupation: "Hitting high 'C'." ALBERT CAMPBELL Alias: SCOTTY Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia3 Class Colors Comm. I3 Basketball 2, 3, 43 C-olf 2, 3, 43 Tolo Re- porter 33 Associate Editor Tolo 43 Hi-Y 4. Chief Occupation: "Turning a brilliant red." NETTIE CAMPBELL Alias: EDDIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Sacred Heart. Chief Occupation: "Being quiet." ELIZABETH CASSIDY Alias: BETTY Basis of Fame: Entered from Ellensburg Hlghj "All At Sea" 23 "Prince of PiIsen" 33 "Importance of Being Earnest" 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 43 Cultural Arts 2, 3, 43 Senior Sister 4. Chief Occupation: "Acting like Lady Bracknell should." KATE CASTLETON Alias: TERRY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muirg Frosh Stunt I3 Comm. Club I 3 Lost and Found 2, 33 French Club 3, 43 Circus 33 Hi-jinx 33 Commencement Usher 33 Sr. Play Usher 43 Senior Sister 43 Chr. Fellowship Comm. 43 Static 3 Christmas Play 4. ief ccupa io oing much abo nothing." FRE E T Alias: FRITZ B si of Fame: Entered fr john Muir. Chief Occupation: "Being the object of 'V's' con- versationf' LEROY CEDERWALL Alias: LEE , Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia3 "Irene" I3, "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Basketball 23 Stamp Club 23 Tolo 33 Camera Club 33 Lunchroom Comm. 4, Chief Occupation: "Making change." of-' lfl 3 , we f I fmt, ..4.,..eiQ., XP" no Gare MARCELLO CENTENERO Alias: MARCO Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton. Chief Occupation: "Cutting up." DOROTHY CHARROIN Alias: DOT Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill3 Vodvil I3 Frosh Stunt I3 Christmas Play I, 23 Comm. Club I, 23 Shah's Nightmare 23 Wardrobe Comm. I, 2, 33 Chr. 4' Refreshment Comm. 33 Senior Sister 33 S. C. A. 3, Zig Dramatic Club 33 Costume Mgr. vodvii 33 C. C. Council 43 "Importance of Being Earnest" 43 Static 4. Chief Occupation: "Riding in someone's roadster." HAROLD CHRISWELL Alias: CHRIS Basis of Fame: Entered from Buffalo, New York. Chief Occupation: "Being tall, blonde, and good- looking." ELLEN CLARK Alias: ELLIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill: Stamp Club 23 Sect'y Treas. Spanish Club 23 Girls' Rest Room 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Being winsome and Irish." TOM CLARK Alias: TOMMY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill3 Basketball 2, 33 Cartas Club I3 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, 53 Service Club 2, 33 Vodvil 33 Yell Duke 33 Yell King 4. Chief Occupation: "Rah rah rahingf' MYRON CLIMENSON Alias: SLIM Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson3 Intramurals I, 2, 43 Comm. Club I 3 Spanish Club 2, 33 Vice-Pres. 43 Service Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Swimming" VIRGINIA CLINE Alias: CLINE Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton3 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 43 Athletics l, 3, 43 Improvement Comm. I, 23 Mat. Comm. 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Tolo Reporter 33 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 "Chocolate Soldier" 43 Re- ception 43 Decorations 4. Chief Occupation: "Being Franklin's prize blonde." HAROLD COOPER Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir. Chief Occupation: "Being her man." KATHERINE CORNING Alias: K. O. Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Comm. Club I3 Circus 33 Refreshment Comm. 3, 43 Con- cert 4. Chief Occupation: "Picking petals off daisysf' EARL CRAWFORD Alias: PACKY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon HiIl3 Static 4. Chief Occupation: 'KPlaying the harmonica." L . CECILIA CUMMINC-S Alias: NITA Basis of Fame: Entered from St. Mary's Academy3 Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 43 Comm. Club I, 23 Library 23 Wardrobe 23 Athletics 23 City Debate Team 3, 43 Concert 33 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Sr. Play Coach 43 Christmas Play 43 Tusitala Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being lackidaisicalf' 'jj HELEN CRYER Alias: LAFFS Basis of Fame: Entered from Dunlap3 Orchestra Pro- ductiorts I, 2, 3, 43 Athletics I, 2, 3, 43 Honor So- ciety 33 Quaker Maids 3, 43 Friendship 33 Chr. Deco- ration Comm. 43 Senior Sister 43 Wardrobe 4. Chief Occupation: "Leffing continually." Thirty-one I ' I Il Qt Q30 .GW E i sv. Thirty-two CECILIA CUNNINCIHAM Alias: CELIA Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth3 Comm. Club I3 Make-up Comm. 2, 33 Art Club 33 Library 33 Program Comm. 43 Concert 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Being lovable and sweet." WARREN DALEY ljunior Classl HOWARD DAVENPORT Alias: HOWIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Emersong Orchestra Pro- ductions I, 2, 33 Doorman Productions I, 43 Concert 2, 33 French Club 3, 43 Pres. Frosh Class I3 Pres. Soph Class 23 Treas, Ir. Class 33 Treas. Sr, Class 43 Funmakers Z, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 33 Foot- ball Mgr. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being interested in the lower- class men. We mean women." HAROLD DAY Alias: HAROLD Basis of Fame: Entered from Colman.. Chief Occupation: "Rebelling against teachers." EDA DeCHERNY Alias: EDIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Rainierg Tolo Reporter 43 Chr. Research Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Banging around." ANTHONY DEHM Alias: TONY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Growing oh suc side urn " BOB DEVIN 'A' Alias: WABEE Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Spanish Club I, 23 K, D. Club 23 "All At Sea" 23 Shah's Nightmare 23 "Prince ot Pilsen" 33 Concert 3, 43 Re- freshment Comm, 33 "Importance of Being Earnest" 43 Static 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Escorting the women to their classes." LORRAINE DINIUS Alias: LORY Basis of Fame: Entered from Iohn Muir, Comm. Club I, 23 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Concert 33 Art Club 43 S. G. A. 43 Sr. Girls' Ensemble 43 Static 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Being operatic." MARY DOUNC Alias: MARY Basis of Fame: Entered from Washington3 French glub I3 Comm. Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 33 Circus Chief Occupation: "Making friends." BILLY DUNCAN Alias: DOUGAN Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 Standards Comm, I3 Sr. Play Usher I3 "F" Club I, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Pres 43 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Service Club 33 S, C. A. 4. Chief Occupation: "That's private," IEAN DYER Alias: SPUDONIA Basis of Fame: Entered from Brightong Athletics I, 3, 43 Standards Comm. 23 Program Comm. 23 Honor Society 23 Library 23 Sr. Sister 33 S. G. A, 3, 43 Prop. Comm. 33 Vodvil 33 Concert 33 Quaker Maids 43 Corr. Sect'y Girls' Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being-well, just being sweet." WILLIAM DWYER Alias: BILL Basis of Fame: Entered from St, Edwards3 Comm. Club I, 2, 3, 43 K, D. Club 23 Camera Club 33 Tolo Typist 33 Aviation Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being obligingf' I I I I - mf rw' pu. WW T , . .af UI' ' f 3 3 fi Ja If ij! 7173 fir ' fl ll. Cow ll QD TCU!-103 Cir GD MARGUERITE EDLlNE Alias: MARG Basis of Fame: Entered trom Hawthorne, Chief Occupation: "Roaming through the halls," ADELAIDE EGNER Alias: ADIE Basis of Fame: Entered from john MUif3 Athletics l, 2, 3, 43 Comm. Club l, 2, 33 Circus 33 Quaker Maids 43 Sr. Sister 4. Chief Occupation: "Being with Mae," TOM ELIADIS Alias: TOMMY Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Thrift l. Chief Occupation: "Chewing gum." MARIORIE jEAN ELMORE Alias: M. j. Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 "Queen of Hearts" lj Exhibit Case l, 2, 33 Chr. 43 Art Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Art Hi-jinx 33 "Chocolate Soldier" 43 Chr. Poster Comm. 43 Senior Sister 43 Ensemble 4. Chief Occupation: "Looking up to Buddy." GU ERIKSEN Alias: GLOOMY GUS asis of Fame: Entered from Dunlap3 Orchestra Pro- ductions l, 23 Comm. Club l, 2, 33 Debate Club l, 2, 3, 43 Debate Team 4. f Occupation: "Conyincing someone." MARGARET ERICKSEN Alias: MARG Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Moanin' low." . LUCILLE EPSTEIN Alias: LULU Basis of Fame: Entered from Portland3 Camera Club3 Commercial Club 33 Makevup Comm. 43 P. T. A, Usher 43 Librarian 4. Chief Occupation: "Spreading make-up on in gobsf' ROGER EVANS Alias: ROC Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muirg Comm. Club lg Orchestra Productions lg Concert lg Ad, Chaser Tolo l 3 K. D. Club 23 Shah's Nightmare 23 jr. Cabinet . 33 Tolo Reporter 33 Standards 33 Improvement 3, 43 Green Book 43 Tennis 3, 43 Associate Editor Tolo 43 Editor Tolo 43 Hi-Y 43 Service Club 43 "Importance of Being Earnest" 4, Chief Occupation: "His one and only." PHILIP EWING Alias: PHIL Basis of Fame: Entered from Bremerton Union High. Chief Occupation: "Collecting money." ANECIA EWING Alias: VAN Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth3 Comm. Club 13 Vodvil 33 Assembly Programs 43 Static 4, Chief Occupation: "Golf Dancing." . J-ff THERESA FAZIO Alias: ESA Basis of Fame: Entered from Colman3 French Club 2, 33 Tusitala Club 23 Triangle Players 33 Chr. Dramatic Group 33 Hi-jinx 33 Static 43 Art Club 3, 43 Chr, Party Tickets Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Dancing in a floating manner." EVELYN FELTON Alias: SPROUT Basis of Fame: Entered from Brightong Stamp Club 33 Wardrobe 33 Athletics 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Collecting Samples." Thirty-three ei mQD QClna3 Thirty-four ANNIE FERRARI Alias: ANN Basis of Fame: Entered from Colman. Chief Occupation: "Letting her hair grow." STELLA FESSENDEN Alias: FEZZ Basis of Fame: Entered from Dunlap: Vodvil I 23 Orchestra Productions I, 2, 33 Wardrobe Comml Ig Concert 2, 4g Honor Society 2, 3, Athletics 2' All- City Orchestra 3, French Club 33 Publicity Comm. 33 Head Usher Sr. Play 4g Chr. Historian Comm. 4, Static 4, Ensemble 4. Chief Occupation: "Being good looking and belong- ing to-." CERALDINE FITZPATRICK Alias: C-ERRY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir. Chief Occupation: "Tickling the ivoriesf' JAMES FLAHERTY Alias: IIMMIE Basis of Fame: Entered from O'Dea3 Stamp Club Ig Circulation Mgr. Tolo 33 Standards Comm. 33 Static 4. Chief Occupation: "Being part of the Irish Element." HENLEY FORDON Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Dodging the women," IACK FOWLER Alias: COAL TAR IACK Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muirg Stamp Club I g Vice-Pres. 23 Pres. 33 Football I, 2, Track Mgr. 33 Science Club 35 Service Club 3, Aviation Club 43 Chr. Friendship Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Wanting an affinity." CHARLES FRIEDEL Alias: CHUCK Basis of Fame: Entered from Kennydaleg Orchestra Productions I, 2, 3, 43 Social Service I, 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2, 3, 41 Comm. Club 3, 4: Auto Club 2, 3, 4, All-city Orchestra 3: Northwest Orchestra 3: String Quartet 4, Chr. Intramural Comm. 43 Vice- Pres. Sr. Class 4. Chief Occupation: "Playing first violin to Ethel." RUSSELL FULTON Alias: RUSS Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill: Comm. Club I, 2 ,3g Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Concert 4. Chief Occupation: "We wonder." IOHNCALLACHER Alias: IACK Basis of Fame: Entered from O'Deag Tennis I, 43 Golf 2, 3, Basketball 23 Football 43 Debate 2, 3: "F" Club 2, 3, 43 Circus 3. Chief Occupation: "Putting?" RAE CALLANT Alias: RAE Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg Party Comm. I, 23 Decoration Comm. Ig Vodvil 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Librarian 2, 3, Circus 33 lr. Cabinet 33 Commencement Usher 3, Refreshment Comm. Chr. 35 Make-up Comm. 3, Charm School 3, S. C. A. Chr. 3, 4, Static 4g Girls' Club Treas. 4. Chief Occupation: "Talking with her hands." AUGUST CHIGLIONE Alias: CHIC Basis of Fame: Entered from Madrowa: Thrift Club Pres, 23 Service Club 23 Football I, 2, 3, 43 Track 3: lr. Class Pres. 35 Boys' Club Vice-Pres. 4. Chief Occupation: "Walking around like he owns the place." STANLEY COLUB Alias: STAN Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir: Spanish Club 2, Stamp Club 2, 33 Circulation Mgr. Tolo 25 Intra- mural Soorts 23 Camera Club 3, All-City Track Comm. 33 Entertainment Comm. 35 Vodvil Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being sapientf' 119 Q 39.63 EDNA GORDON Alias: EDDIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton3 Comm. Club l, 2. Chief Occupation: "Using logic." LETO GRANT Alias: HALF PINT Basis of Fame: Entered from West SeattIe3 Traffic Squad 43 Basketball 4. Chief Occupation: "I-lurrying things through," ALETHA GRAY Alias: LEE Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muir3 Athletics I, 23 Quaker Maids l, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 2, 33 Wardrobe Comm. I3 Social Service 23 Accompanist for all productions staged l, 2, 3, 43 Accompanist for singing and glees I, 2, 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Being the Mistress Melodistf' ROBERT GREENE Alias: BOB Basis of Fame: Entered from Emersong Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Chr. Entertainment Comm. I3 Com- mencement Usher 33 Decoration Comm. 33 Science Club 3. Chief Occupation: "Being really fond of Chemistry." ALBERTA GREENHOW Alias: BERTA Basis of Fame: Entered from Broadway3 French Club 3, 43 Art Club 3, 43 Minute Girls 33 Four o'Clock Tea 3. Chief Occupation: "Being silent but sweet." ROY GUSTAFSON Alias: TINY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon HiII3 Track I, 23 Tumbling I, 2, 33 Spanish Club I, 23 Comm. Club lg Vodvil I3 K. D. Club 23 "All At Sea" 23 "Prince of PiIsen" 33 Concert 33 Vodvil 33 lr. Class Sergeant- at-Arms 33 "Importance of Being Earnest" 43 "Static" 43 Octette 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 43 Chr. Scholarship Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to get his Ford to run," ANNA HABERLAND Alias: ANNE Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbiag Athletics I, 2, 3, 43 S. G, A. 2,33 French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Comm. Club l, 23 Chr. Quaker Maids 3, 43 Treasurer French Club 33 Usher Musical 3, 43 Circus 33 Friendship 33 Science Club 3. Chief Occupation: "Running the Quaker Maids." BETTY IEAN HACKNEY Alias: LITTLE Sl-IE-DEVIL Basis of Fame: Entered from Lewis and Clarkg Art Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being absent from school." ELVA HAGERUP Alias: EL Basis of Fame: Entered from Kingston3 Comm. Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being quiet-but-" ARTHUR HARIGEL Alias: ART Basis of Fame: Entered from Olympia3 Class Treas, I3 Pres. Thirtt Club 23 Football 23 Spanish Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Beaming." GRACE HAMILTON Alias: BOOTS Basis of Fame: Entered form Wenatchee I-ligh3 Ath- letics 4. Chief Occupation: "Getting everyone to like her." MELBA HARMON Alias: MEL Basis : gh, St. Louis3 Sr. Assistant Editor Tolo Annual 43 Programs of Fame Entered from Roosevelt Hi 4. Chief Occupation: "Being Pep personified." Thirty-five l J? 4+ ll QD TCDILC C16 QD . HARRIET HARNAN Alias: H. H. Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muir5 Athletics I, 25 Honor Society 25 Wardrobe Comm. I 5 Chr. Entertainment Comm. l, 25 Vodvil 25 Chr. Charm Comm. 3, 45 Pres. jr. Class 35 Sect'y lr. Class 35 Chr. Extension Comm. 45 Chr. Decoration Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being fond of an alumni." l JACK HAWORTH Alias: HECTOR Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg Comm. Club I, 25 Stamp Club 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Service Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Tearing funny looking stamps off envelopes." PHILIP HEBNER Alias: PHIL Basis of Fame: Entered from Bryn Mawr5 Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 45 Improvement Comm. 45 Standards Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "His Dottief, GERALD HEMRICH Alias: IERRY Basis of Fame: Entered from State Exam.5 French Club l, 2, 35 Science Club l, 25 City Debate 2, 3, 45 Sect'y Debate Club 35 Pres. 45 Tusitala 3, 45 Stand- ards Chr. 3, 45 City Debate Mgr. 45 Sect'y. Inter- scholastic Debaters Association 4. Chief Occupation: "Working his jaws." C-RACIA HENDRICKS Alias: GRACIA Basis of Fame: Entered from St. Mary's5 Comm. Club 35 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 Concert 3, 45 Tusitala Club 45 "Chocolate Soldier" 45 Chr. Typing Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being a good addition to F. H. S." HALDIS HENDRICKSEN Basis of Fame: Entered form Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Doing up her hair." CHARLES L. HENRY Alias: CHUCK Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson5 Tolo Weekly 25 Ass't. Sports Ed. 21 Ed. 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Comm. Club 2, 35 Mgr. Frosh Frolic i5 Entertainment Comm. 25 Decoration Comm. 25 Poster Comm. 35 All-City Track Comm. 35 Circus 45 Vodvil l, 25 Creenbook 4. Chief Occupation: "Most anything." LILLIAN HILLCREN Alias: LILLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia5 Comm. Club I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Sr. Sister 4. Chief Occupation: "Pounding the keys." KAZUNOBU HIRAI Alias: KAZ Basis of Fame: Entered from Colman: Comm. Club lg Art Club 3. Chief Occupation: "Playing around radios." MARION HITT Alias: BABE Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia5 Concert 2,45 French Club 35 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 Chr. Program Comm. 45 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Singing over the radio." JAM ooiziti-IE HIVELY Alias: Dot Basis of Fame: Entered from Leschi5 Wardrobe Comm. l5 Spanish Club I 5 Comm. Club 2, 35 Concert 35 Tusitala Club 45 Typing Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being obligingf' 'G ROY HOLLAND Alias: DUTCH Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia5 Auto Club 45 Football 2, 3, 45 S. G. A. 45 Thrift Club Pres. 4. Chief Occupation: "Crashing gates." f wax Thirty-six -M ,W , I t , f fl :Q fue, 4.fV'H' ee-ae, :we W. ' fi ff' f 1' f ,ff f- I V 'jhvkvfjjip V J fl-ffif WVV UV! 'AJAJ ujzcxf 1lQl QCloc0 ESTHER HOLTER Alias: PEANUT Basis of Fame: Entered from CoIumbia3 Freshman Stunts I. Chief Occupation: "Tripping the light fantastic." KAZUKO HOSHIDE Alias: CASEY Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Frosh Stunt I3 Athletics 3, 43 Comm. Club 43 Typing Comm. 43 Teachers' Comm. 43 Concert 4. Chief Occupation: "Stamping" STUART HOSSACK Alias: STU Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hillg Comm. Club I, 2, 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Running the mimeograph machine." EDRIS HUBBARD Alias: TEDDY Basis of Fame: Entered from Centralia High School3 Christmas Play 43 Dramatic Club 4, Chief Occupation: "Being dramatic." MILDRED HUBBARD Alias: MIDDIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Centralia High3 Christ- mas Play 4. Chief Occupation: "Do re, me, fa, soIing." IACK HUTCHINSON Alias: IACK Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muir3 Comm. Club 23 Honor Society 3, 43 Chr. Vodvil Comm. 43 Sect'y Treas. Spanish Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Traveling around about 90 per." WRIGHT IMBERG Alias: WI-IITEY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 "IdoI's Eye" I3 French Club I, 2, 3, 43 "All At Sea" 23 Shah's Nightmare 23 Service Club 2, 3, 43 K. D, Club 23 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Circus 33 Chr. Traffic 4. Chief Occupation: "Being a magnetic person-with that car." WILMA ISAACSON Alias: WILLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill3 Tusitala I 3 Sect'y 23 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Chr. Programs Comm, 33 Chr. Memorial Awards 43 Sr. Sister 43 Athletics 4. Chief Occupation: "Being calm." HELEN IANE IACOBS Alias: HELEN Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson3 Vodvil I3 Decorations Comm. I3 Letter Book I3 Chr, Health Comm. 23 Entertainment 23 Athletics 2, 3, 43 Social Service 33 Scrap Book 33 Chr. 43 Tolo Reporter 33 Assoc. Ed, 43 Quaker Maids 3, 43 Concert 3, 43 Student Director Sr. Play 43 Librarian 2 ,43 Christ- mas Play 4. Chief Occupation: "Going around with a lively bunch." RALPH C. IAMES, IR. Alias: IIMMIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Cartas lj Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Track I, 23 Improvement Comm. 23 Service 3, 43 Advertising Mgr. Tolo Weekly 33 Intramural Sports 3, 43 Sports Ed. Tolo Weekly 43 Assoc. Ed. Tolo 43 Sr. Gift. Comm. Chr. 43 Hi-Y 43 Commencement SDQBKEFQ Quad Press Club 43 Student Grade Adviser 3, 43 Tennis 23 Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Being the well-dressed young man." LUCILLE JANSEN Alias: LOU Basis of Fame: Entered from Dunlap3 French Club I, 2, 33 Scholarship Comm. I3 Athletics I, 23 Art Club 3, 43 Rest Room 33 Concert 4. Chief Occupation: "Being 'artul' Nice." JOHN F. IARVIS Alias: JACK Basis of Fame: Entered from Lowell3 Comm, Club I 3 Shah's Nightmare 23 Stamp Club 23 Assist. Cir, Mgr, Weekly 23 Vodvil 33 Sports Ed. Weekly 33 Copy Reader 33 Entertainment Comm. 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 Static 43 Greenbook 43 Assist. Mgr. Basketball 43 Sports Ed, Tolo Annual 43 Editor Weekly 43 Quad Press Club 4. Chief Occupation: "journalism being his special ine." Thirty-seven T I t Il QI TCULCD CISIQD s ' ELAINE IOHNSON Alias: EL Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthq Vodvil lg Athletics l, 2, Comm. Club 2, 3, 4: Ticket Seller 3, 4, Grade School Clerkship 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Business" WILLIAM JOHNSTON Alias: BILL Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muirg Shah's Nightmare 23 Improvement Comm. 21 Concert 3, 43 Honor Society 33 Service Club 3g Reporter Weekly 4, Photographer Annual 4. Chief Occupation: "Acting busy." DOROTHY IONES Alias: TANA Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton, Shah's Night- mare Zg Comm. Club 21 Stunt Night 3. Chief Occupation: "Giving the boys a sweet smile." SETSUKO KASHIWAC-I Alias: SIS Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne: Athletics 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 33 Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4, S. G. A. 43 Teachers Comm. Chr. 43 Quaker Maids 4, Banquet Chr. 4. Chief Occupation: "Drawing fish-poor ones?" CHARLOTTE KEHOE Alias: LOTTIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Burlingame, Calif.: Ath- letics 23 "Prince of Pilsen" 31 French Club 33 Honor Society 33 Triangle Players 3g Static 4: "Chocolate Soldier" 43 Chr. Volunteer Book, 4. Chief Occupation: "Being O. K. to all." RAY KENNEDY Alias: RAY Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton, Comm. Club lgScicnce Club 3. Chief Occupation: "Being a bug-radio bug." MARY KIMBALL Alias: MARY Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne, Comm. Club l, 2, French Club 2, Athletics 2, 3, Quaker Maids 3, 43 Sr. Sister 33 Charm Comm. 43 Art Club 2. Chief Occupation: "Being 'true blue'." JOSEPH KIPPER Alias: IOE Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Being Steve's brother." STEVEN KIPPER Alias: STEVE Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill, Chief Occupation: "Being Steve-adore." IACOB KLINE Alias: IAKE Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hillg Art Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-links 3, Track 33 Christmas Play 4g Football 4. Chief Occupation: "Surveying the world from way Upt., RICHARD KNEISLEY Alias: DICK Basis of Fame: Entered from Hi-Line. Chief Occupation: "Being sophistication itself." WILLIAM KNIGHT Alias: BILLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson. ,g Chief Occupation: "Being the lady's knight." Thirty-eight no Q30 PERRY KOCH Alias: BUD Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton. Chief Occupation: "Overhanding." ARTHUR KRANTZ Alias: ART Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton, "Irene" l, Football lg Concert l, 2, 3, 4, "All At Sea" 2, "Prince of Pilsen" 3, Art Club 3, 4, S. G. A. 3, 4, "Chocolate Soldier" 4, Static 4. Chief Occupation: "Entertaining the ladies." KENNETH KRAULAND Alias: KENNY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Being a Fritz Kreisler." DONALD LAIZURE Alias: DON Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muir, Comm. Club I, 2, Science Club l, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, K. D. Club 2, Sect'y Soph. Class 2, Cultural Arts Comm. 2, Hi-links 3, Circus 3, Art Club 3, 4, Tolo Weekly Reporter 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, "Importance of Being Earnest" 4, Static 4, Christ- mas Play 4, Make-up Comm. 4, Commencement Speaker. Chief Occupation: "Trying to live up to his Pop's rep." PAUL LATTNER Alias: BUD Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir, Comm. Club 2, Static 4, Service Club 4, Art Club 4, Chr. Ticket Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Wasting time." GLADYS LEE Alias: INKIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson, Comm. Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Triangle Players 3, Sr, Sisters 4. Chief Occupation: "Being charming." IRVING LEVINE Alias: IRV. Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Flattering the fair ones." ANNE LINDQUIST Alias: ANNE Basis of Fame: Entered from Kennydale, Comm. Club l. Chief Occupation: "Answering questions." OLIVE LOWMAN Alias: OLLIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson: French Club l, 2, 3, 4, Bulletin Board 3, Posters 3, "Prince of PiIsen" 3, "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Muzzlck." OLIVE McCUMBER Basis of Fame: Entered from Georgetown. Chief Occupation: "Strolling" WILLA McLElN Alias: BILLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia, Tusitala Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Comm. Club 3, 4, Circus 3, Tolo Weekly 3, Friendship Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Weaving fanciful tales." CATHERINE MCLEOD Alias: CAT Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne, Debate 2, 4, Scholarship l, Tusitala Pres. 2, Sect'y 2, Sect'y Comm. Club 3, Treas. 3, Friendship 4, Programs Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Debating" Thirty-nine l it i yy tu l L 1, L! My I u Mft V Y 1 I Vu, PJ' , I rr' L -41 LA mf ' K l 1 ff L. 'K kv J is M74 if F 1 , J f f ' tl , v , t, Mi My U . M W HJ l bl ,ic Ur f x t xl P :X gy fl A Xdxi x I I inn Il QD TCDILCD .lb so Forty ROBERT MacRAE Alias: BOB Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hillg Stamp Club I, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 News Ed. Tolo Weekly 3, 45 Electrician 4. Chief Occupation: "Shocking-being an electrician." ROBERTA MacWILLIAMS Basis of Fame: Entered from Lowell. Chief Occupation: "B. E," CATHERINE MAINE Alias: KAY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muirg Athletics I5 Shah's Nightmare 25 Accompanist 35 Wardrobe 25 Lost and Found Comm. 2, 3, Chief Occupation: "Laughing in her own special way." HELENA MANGINI Alias: LENA Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill5 Comm. Club I. Chief Occupation: "Arguing" MAXINE MARCY Alias: Basis of Fame: Entered from Renton Hill. Chief Occupation: "Being the Mrs." ELAINE MARSH Alias: LAINE Basis of Fame: Entered from john ,Muirg Tusitala Club 25 Lost and Found Comm. 25 Bus. Mgr. Weekly 25 Reporter Weekly 35 Rest Room Comm. 35 Ad Club 3, Circus 35 "Importance of Being Earnest" 45 Static 45 Spanish Club 43 Assoc. Ed. Annual 45 Tolo Typist 45 Social Service 45 Sr. Sister 4. Chief Occupation: "Never getting angry, just getting indifferent." ' YOICHI MATSUDA Alias: YOCH Basis of Fame: Entered from Central. Chief Occupation: "Basking in quletudef' GRANT MATTHEWS Alias: GEE Basis of Fame: Entered from North Central High, Spokaneg "All At Sea" 25 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Pres. 35 K. D. Club 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Refreshment Comm. 25 Soph. Party Comm. 25 Track 2, 3, 45 Football 35 Circus 35 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 Service Club 3, 45 Chr. Mat, Comm. 45 Tolo Reporter 35 Funmakers 35 Standards 35 Hi-Y 45 Assist. Sports Ed, Tolo 45 Ex- hibit Chr, 45 Ad Chr. 4. Chief Occupation: "Parlor duty at Miller's," DOROTHY MARGOLA Alias: DOT Basis of Fame: Entered from jefferson High, Chief Occupation: "Training to be a blessed teacher," BOB MILLER Alias: BOB Basis of Fame: Entered from Bryn Mawrg Franklinite I5 Shah's Nightmare 25 K. D. Club 25 Service Club 35 Static 45 Christmas Play 45 Sr. Play Publicity Mgr. 45 Quad Press Club 45 Funmakers 45 Feature Ed. Weekly 45 Associate Ed. Weekly 45 Feature Ed, Annual 4. Chief Occupation: "Being a kind man-funny kind," ELIZABETH MILLER Alias: BUDDY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muirg French Club I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society I, 2, 3, 45 Ad Club 35 Tolo Weekly Reporter 35 Minute Girls 35 Social Service 45 Sr. Play Usher 45 Concert 4. Chief Occupation: "Looking over people's heads." EUGENE MILLER Alias: GENE Basis of Fame: Entered from CoIumbia5 Comm. Club I, 25 Entertainment Comm, I, 35 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Circus 35 Commencement Usher 35 Chr. Employ- ment Comm, 35 Service Club 35 Treas. Boys' Club 45 Ticket Comm, 45 Green Book 45 S. G. A. 45 All-city Track Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being brightness personified." mer cies LEONTA MILLER Alias: LEE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir5 Athletics I: Shah's Nightmare 25 Circus 35 Concert 25 Lost and Found 25 Standards Comm. 2, 35 French Club 25 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 Reception Comm. 35 Funmakers 45 Art Club 45 "Chocolate Soldier" 45 Weekly Re- porter 4. Chief Occupation: "G. M." ALICE MINCO Alias: HUNZA Basis of Fame: Entered from I-lawthorne5 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Rest Room 25 Bulletin Board 25 Hi-links 35 Vocations Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "SewingwWhy?" DOROTHY MISER Alias: DOT Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson5 Comm. Club 25 Shah's Nightmare 25 Floral Comm. 35 Concert 45 "Chocolate Soldier" 45 Chr. Bulletin Board Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to find material to go on the bulletin board." HIROII MIYAGAWA Alias: Hljl Basis of Fame: Entered from Washington5 Intramural Basketball I, 2, 35 Baseball 4. Chief Occupation: "Shooting baskets." SHOTARO MIYAMOTO Alias: SHOT Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill, Track I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Employment Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being a shining light." jOHN MONSEY Alias: jOl-INNY Basis of Fame: Entered from Broadway5 Comm. Club I, 25 Science Club 35 Circus 35 Drum and Bugle Corps 35 Camera Club 45 Art Club 45 Chr. Lunch- room 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to look wise." MERWIN MOORES Alias: MER Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg Circus 25 Prop. Man 35 Christmas Play 25 Circulation Weekly 25 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 Refreshment Comm. 35 Static 45 Head of Flag Squad 45 Concert 45 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Getting sleepy." ELEANOR MORGAN Alias: EL Basis of Fame: Entered from West SeattIe5 Art Club 45 Sr. Sister 45 Social Service 4. Chief Occupation: "Having everything nice about her." ALICE MUIR Alias: ALGY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir5 Athletics I, 2, 35 Ability Comm. I5 French Club I, 2, 35 Li- brarian 25 Sr. Sister 35 Quaker Maids 45 Chr. Scrap Book 35 Chr. Lost and Found 45 Health Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being congenial." MARIE MURPHEY Alias: PATTY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir5 Comm. Club I, 25 Tickets 35 "Chocolate SoIdier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Her butter and egg man." HARRIETTE NELSON Alias: HOW WOW Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir: Usher "Irene" I5 Comm. Club I, 25 Quaker Maids I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 35 Improvement Comm. I5 Ath- Ietics I, 2, 35 Funmakers 2, 35 Refreshment Comm, 25 "All At Sea" 25 Shah's Nightmare 25 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 French Club 25 Circus 35 "Importance of Being Earnest" 45 Static 45 Chr, Sr. Girls' Activity 45 Mat. Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Talking about Miss O'Leary." DOLORES NEWELL Alias: LUCKEY Basis of Fame: Entered from St. Edwards5 Comm. Club I. Chief Occupation: "Asking questions." Fortyrone fi I in ff .ff ' ,I ft! IU My Vx! I 5 ,ZWL 1 "" ' 'E' l aL if fi, J Ht , 1- 1 , 1 4' I -ff' lk? K'l7"' if ie. f 5 we . AQ 7 K- wif." ' f lx'b J' . , 5 .1 Y lv- I 1, w h J 1' , I Kirk . f 'I A' Inf", 'A 5. Mfff , ',f"' T J,-v-'Vi' Min' vt Qi H 1 'V- ..x f L' 1 H- .IU ii' JX'!' -f' 'gl " .. ll: ' N . xx. R ' i . IlQ fb,GD. IOSEPHINE NICHOLLS Alias: IO Basis of Fame: Enteredfrom West Vancouver, B, C.3 Election Comm. I3 Shah's Nightmare 23 Tusitala 2, 33 Pres. 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Athletics 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Commencement Usher 33 Chr. Floral Comm, 33 Make-up Comm. 3, 43 Research Comm. 43 Quaker Maids 43 "Importance of Being Earnest" 43 Commencement Speaker, Chief Occupation: "Being Teacher's blessing." I NORWOOD NICKOLS Alias: NICK Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Spanish Club I, 2, 33 "F" Club I, 2, 3, 43 Football I, 23 Golf 3, 43 "All At Sea" 23 Shah's Nightmare 23 Circus 23 Con- cert 23 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Concert 33 "Chocolate Soldier" 43 Mat. Comm. 33 Decorations 33 Concert 43 I-li-Y. Chief Occupation: "Looking for a woman worthy of his affections." RALPH NICHOLS Alias: BONNIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia3 "Irene" I3 "All At Sea" 23 Christmas Play 43 Football I, 2, 33 Stage Force 2, 33 Auto Club 33 Circus 33 Static 4. Chief Occupation: "Hanging around the women." SARAH NICHOLAS Alias: SALLY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon HilI3 Cultural Arts I, 23 Chr. 33 Athletics 4. Chief Occupation: "Everything" TOSHIMI NISHIMURA Alias: TOSH Basis of Fame: Entered from Central. Chief Occupation: "Being another athletic soul." GRACE NIXON Alias: NIX Basis of Fame: Entered from Lincoln High, Tacoma, Forty-two Chief Occupation: "Making new friends." KENII NOGAKI Alias: KEN Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne, Chief Occupation: "Preoccupied." ALBERT ODNE Alias: AL Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne. Chief Occupation: "Everything" MARGARET O'DONNELL Alias: MARG Basis of Fame: Entered from Cathedral. Chief Occupation: "Refreshment Committteef' EDITH OHMAN Alias: EDIE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Wardrobe Comm. l3 Spanish Club 3, 43 Dr. and Nurse Comm. 3, 43 Athletics 3, 43 Quaker Maids 43 Floral Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Getting things done." MIWAKO OKADA Alias: SUNSHINE Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Fashion Show I3 Comm. Club I3 Shah's Nightmare 23 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-links 33 Circus 33 Tusitala Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being charming." ARTHUR OWLEY Alias: ART Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth. Chief Occupation: "Chasing the women." 11 QI TGDLCD ,jp QD WILLIAM PAIGE Alias: BILL Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hillg Art Club 3, 43 Debate Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Standards Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being an out-door man." CORRINE PALM Alias: CORY Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne. Chief Occupation: "Being the heroine of R. R.'s fiction." IRIS PARKES Alias: IRIS Basis of Fame: Entered from Ketchikan, Alaska. EIhigfl0ccupation: "Adding some brightness to F. PHILIP PARKER Alias: PHIL Basis of Fame: Entered from Dunlap3 Stamp Club I, 23 S. S. C. A. 3, 43 Circulation Weekly 33 Lunch- room 4. Chief Occupation: "Ringing up the pennies in the Iunchroomf' IOHN PARKER Alias: IOHNNY Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia. Chief Occupation: "Being practicaI." ERNEST PATRICELLI Alias: ERNIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Colmang Football I, 23 Track 2, 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to find Santa Claus." RHEY PATTERSON Alias: PAT Basis of Fame: Entered from Chief Occupation: "Choosing not to speak-in recitationsf' BERNICE PEARSON Alias: BERNIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth3 Vodvil I3 Athletics I, 2, 3, 43 Shah's Nightmare 23 Wardrobe Comm. 23 Circus 35 Quaker Maids 3, 43 S. C. A. 3, 43 Lunchroom Comm. 3, Chr. 43 Social Service 33 Prop- erties 35 Sr. Sister 43 Tolo Weekly 45 Dramatic Club 43 "Importance of Being Earnest" 43 Static 4. Chief Occupation: "Flashing those winning smiles." DORENE PEIRSON Alias: DOWIE Basis of Fame: Entered from F. H. Coeg P. T. A. Program 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Improvement Comm. 2, 3, 43 Call Girl Sr. Play 4. Chief Occupation: "Enjoying life." ROSS PEDERSEN Alias: PETE Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Track Ig Baseball 2, 3, 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Honor Society 23 Vice-Pres. Ir. Class 33 Tolo Weekly 31 Pres. Boys' Club 43 Static 4. ghief Occupation: "Being everybody's suppressed esire." MILDRED PEDERSEN Alias: FRIGID PETE Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne, Comm. Club 3, 43 Art Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being frigid - - ?" MARY PENNY Alias: CHIRKS Basis of Fame: Entered from St. Edwards, Orchestra for productions I, 2, 33 Concert 2, 3, 43 Circus 33 French Club I, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Swinging a racquet." Forty-th ree ll QD TCOILC Cb an Forty-four CLARA PETERSON Alias: PETE Basis of Fame: Entered from Renton High, Comm. Club 4, Typing Comm, 4, Tickets 4. Chief Occupation: "Expostulating," MARY PHILLIPS Alias: PHIL Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth, Frosh Stunts I , Alumni Comm. I, Chr. 4, Spanish Club 2, Art Club 3, 4, Bulletin Comm. 3, P, T. A. Refresh- ments 4. Chief Occupation: "Driving one of Henry's brain children." IRWIN PRICE Alias: IR Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia. Chief Occupation: "Trying to find the fountain of youth," IOHN POLOKOFF Alias: IOHNNY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Concert 4. Chief Occupation: "Chessing." C-WENDOLYN POTTORFF Alias: OWEN Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muir, Athletics I, 2, 3, 4, Letter Book I, 2, Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4, Sr, Sister 3, Christmas Play 4, Chr. Health 4. Chief Occupation: "Cymning." DOROTHY PRINCLE Alias: DOT Basis of Fame: Entered from Minneapolis, Spanish Club 2, Athletics 2, Sr. Sister 4, Lost and Found 4. Chief Occupation: "Holding conversation at eight o'clock-P. M," LEROY RAINBOTH Alias: ROY Basis of Fame: Entered from Roosevelt. Chief Occupation: "Taking life easy." ALICE RAMM Alias: ALICE Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne. Chief Occupation: "Getting older." CLARENCE REID Alias: CLARY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill, Science Club I, Stage Force 2, 3, Service Club 3, "Prince of PiIsen" 3, "Chocolate Soldier" 4, Electricity Force 4. Chief Occupation: "Cutting figure eightsf' MARGARET RIES Alias: MARC Basis of Fame: Entered from South Dakota, "Choco- late Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "WarbIing." CERALDINE REISINGER Alias: IERRY Basis of Fame: Entered from St. james, Circus 3, Concert 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, ViceePres. 3, Pres. 4, Triangle Players 3, Librarian 4. Chief Occupation: "Being art-ful," STANLEY RICH Alias: STAN Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson, Football I, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, "F" Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "PerpetualIy motionless." no Qc: GD WAYNE RICHARDSON Alias: RICHARDSON '- 3 1 3 M Vi Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia3 Basketball ."I.T'-"':.-----'..... --2--... ' I, 2, 33 Mat. Comm. Chr. 33 Tolo Weekly Reporter ' I: -Y. 33 Hi-Y 4. I . Chief Occupation: "Getting new 'crushes'." W aims: I an GRACE RICHMOND Alias: RICHIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Colman3 Comm. Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being a brunette and being pre- ferred." BEATRICE RONQUIST Alias: BEE Basis of Fame: Entered form Ketchikan, Alaska. Chief Occupation: "Arriving from an icy burgf' PAUL RUUSKA Alias: RUUS Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill. Chief Occupation: "Being quiet." MARGARET SAMUELS Alias: MARG Basis of Fame: Entered from Brightong Comm, Club 23 Chr. Filing Comm. 23 Girls' Club Park Tickets 33 Advertising Staff Weekly 3. Chief Occupation: "Living up to her sister's rep." MARY SANDS Alias: SANDSY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Honor So- ciety 2, 33 Social Service 33 Chairman of Chairmen 4. Chief Occupation: "Watching out for honey." CAROL SCHARFENSTEIN Alias: CAROL Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir. Chief Occupation: "Mascot for the P. T. A." ELIZABETH SCHILPLIN Alias: BESSIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton3 Soph. Treas, 23 "All At Sea" 23 Concert 2, 3 3Circus 33 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Standards 23 S. G. A. 3, 43 Static 43 Chr. Sr. Sisters 43 Sec'y Sr. Class 4. Chief Occupation: "Being an added attraction to Franklin." FLORENCE SCHMIDT Alias: SMITTY Basis of Fame: Entered from Yester, Wash.3 Im- provement Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Hurrying along." MARY LOUISE SCHNEIDER Alias: MARY Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg Tusitala I, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Make-up 23 Scholarship Comm. 33 Floral Comm, 33 Commencement Usher 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Sr. Sister 33 Concert 43 Christ- mas Play 43 Sr. Play Usher 43 Chr. Prop. Comm. 43 Vodvil Prop. Girl 4. Chief Occupation: "Being Iohnny-on-the-spot." DAVID SCHNEIDER Alias: DAVE Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg Circus 23 Concert 23 Social Service 43 "Importance of Being Earnest" 4. Chief Occupation: "Buttlering." MARIORY SCOTT Alias: SCOTTY Basis of Fame: Entered form Van Asselt3 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Athletics 2, 3, 43 Spanish Play 3. Chief Occupation: "Hunting up experiences to put in her diary." I va. A . Mn, Wt 4.15. sf ,e 1 . Y' N s 2 x L if A Q . .J ... . T3 I . fi is: if Ei .....s.......... Fortyvfive IIQ Gilman Forty-six LUISE SEIDEMANN Alias: WEEZIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Rooseveltg Comm. Club 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Concert 35 Art Club 45 Sr. Play Usher 4. Chief Occupation: "Greeting people with a smile." KIMIKO SETSUDA Alias: KIM Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne. Chief Occupation: "Sketching." jANE SHELDON Alias: IANIE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir5 Athletics I, 25 Library I, 2, 35 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Vice-Pres. Soph. Class 25 Social Service 25 Entertainment Comm. 25 Chr. Decoration Comm. 35 Secretary jr. Class 35 Girls' Club Pres. 4. Chief Occupation: "Having that Clara Bow quality." jOSlE SHINOWARA Alias: jO Basis of Fame: Entered from Cordova High5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Comm. Club 25 Teachers' Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Gliding over the ice." BERNICE SIMPSON: Alias: BUZZ Basis of Fame: Entered from Butte5 Comm. Club 25 Teachers' Comm. 35 Art Club 45 Minute Girls 45 Christmas Play 45 Sr. Play Usher 4. Chief Occupation: "Taking her time." RUSSELL SKALLERUD Alas: SKALLEY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir: Service Club I, 2, 3, 45 Stamp Club I, 2, Vice-Pres. 35 Honor Society 2, 35 Football I5 Basketball I, 2, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Serg.-at-Arms Sr. Class 45 Sr. Pin Comm. 45 "Importance of Being Earnest" 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to keep up his dignity." IRENE SMADES Alias: RENEE Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth5 Circus I5 Comm. Club I, 25 Athletics I, 25 "Shah's Night- mare" 25 Historian Comm. 25 Honor Girls Comm. 25 Circus 35 Typing Comm. 35 S. G. A. 35 Friendship Comm. 35 Static 45 Concert 45 Sr, Play Usher 4. Chief Occupation: "Coming to school-at times." GLEN SMITH Alias: ROMEO Basis of Fame: Entered from Okanogan, Wash.5 Comm. Club I5 Art Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 35 Hi-jinx 35 Static 45 Christmas Play 4. Chief Occupation: "Being Don's Romeo." MARjORIE SMITH Alias: MARjIE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir5 Athletics I5 Comm. Club I5 Camera Club 35 Refreshment Comm. 35 Lost and Found 3, 45 Sr. Sister 3, 45 Decoration Comm. 35 French Club 35 Library 45 Concert 4. Chief Occupation: "Seeing that jean is treated well." WALTER SNELLENBERG Alias: WALLY Basis of Fame: Entered from CoIman5 Comm. Club I5 K. D. Club 25 French Club 35 "Prince of PiIsen" 35 Circus 35 "Importance of Being Earnest" 45 Static 4. Chief Occupation: 'iBeing a gentIemani?I farmer." GEORGE SOLLICK Alias: CASEY Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon HIII5 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Football 35 Hi-Y 4. Chief Occupation: "Knocking his daily home run." VINA SOVEREIGN Alias: WINA Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth5 Concert I, 35 Comm. Club I, 2, 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 "Shah's Nightmare" 25 Favors Comm. 2, 35 Office Force 2, 3. Chief Occupation: "Being a brunette beauty." IIQ 558110 BILL SPEIDEL Alias: SPIKE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Yell-duke 2, 33 Circulation Mgr. Tolo 23 Mgr. All-city Track Meet 33 Entertainment Comm. 33 Secretary Boys' Club 43 Ed. of Green Book 4. Chief Occupation: "Writing fool pomesf' CATHERINE SPLAINE Alias: KITTEN Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworthg Christmas Play I, 2, 43 French Club I, 2, 33 Comm. Club I, 2, 3, 43 Art Club I, 2, 3, 43 Science Club I, 23 Concert 33 Sr. Sister 33 Entertainment 33 Mgr. French Vodvil 33 Athletics 33 Chr. Reception 43 Minute Girls 43 Dramatic Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Being darling." CATHERINE jANE STAEGER Alias: jANE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Athletics 23 Ability Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Dog paddling," RAE STALLCOP Alias: SKEEZIX Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth3 Party Comm. li "All At Sea" 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Comm. Club 23 Program Comm. 2: Entertainment Comm. 33 Sr. Sister 3, 43 "Prince of Pilsen" 3. Chief Occupation: "Collecting masculine's pins." ALBION STEDMAN Alias: AL Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Football Tennis 43 Midwinter Concert 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 Auto Club 33 Service Club 33 "F" Club l, 2, 3, 43 Vice Pres. junior Class. Chief Occupation: "Playing Romeo to Stella." RICHARD STEELE Alias: DICK Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbiag Art Club 2, 3, 43 Comm. Club 23 Ad Club 33 Treas. Art Club 33 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Tolo Reporter 33 Art Hi jinx 3, Chief Occupation: "Writing a weekly column of dirt." HOWARD STEINHEIM Alias: HOWIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill3 Secretary Frosh Class I3 K. D. Club 23 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Ushering at the Met," AUDREY STOCKS Alias: SOCKS Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Glee Club I, 43 Wardrobe Comm. I3 Operetta I, 2, 3, 43 De- bate Team 43 Franklin Concerts 2, 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Playing an overgrown fiddle." BETTY STRICKLER Alias: BET Basis of Fame: Entered from Manila Central High3 Athletics 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Being one of the few blessed with brains." RUTH STRYKER Ailasz RUDY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Comm. Club I, 2, 3 ,43 Lost and Found 2, 3, 43 Concert 3, 43 Office Force 2, 3, 43 Favor Comm, 43 Decoration Comm. 43 Static 4. Chief Occupation: "Crushing" EDITH SUMMERS Alias: EDIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbiag Tusitala Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Friendship Comm. 33 Chr. 43 Green Book Comm, 43 Christmas Play 4. Chief Occupation: "Being able to understand chem." EFFIE MAE SUMMERS Alias: IKEY Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia3 Spanish Club 2, 3, Pres, 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Tusitala Club 3, 43 Chr. Entertainment Comm, 33 Friendship Comm. 33 Green Book Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being the woman behind the switchboard." Wai a'ix:-5-is 33' 3 3 KM.. V, '..' CSI: a Mx h E?" M i - A M ?J'2.fi gg . . 4 4124 ,Zi .1 ..... 'ff' . ffffi' V' 73 I 6 5- V. E .4 if . 4 3 K 5. I a. A ..... c. s , . 5 if W 2 M, ge QE: 7 .3 l 5 1 :a 1' Nh 5.7 ff "' I i .Stl .. ,...W:-Wi: "Iv 2' 51125, . g , '.:'-.r V , .,,, - .215 ..,, if . 5 Ve ' I j .. 3- 32 mawegef, . .sf r. :al i I wi- . .. . i.3 3?'i9ht?5 ., 53, - ....,. 1 12: - i i a tm il ig 1 .: ,: g..1 4, ,i tf ,W,a X aww ,Q Yzezzzeeeeewsewmfmmwcc, uaaemafaazzmmwwmw. Forty-seven ANNA SUMNER Alias: TAP Il QD TCD!-CD Cb GD a i Forty-eight Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill5 Comm. Club l, 2, 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Masticating the fabric." FRANCES TARR Alias: FRAN Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton5 Athletics l, 2, 3, 45 Quaker Maids l, 2, 3, 45 "Shah's Night- mare" 25 Circus 35 Spanish Club 25 Art Club 35 Secretary Soph. Class 25 Vocational Comm. 25 Rest Rooom Comm. 35 Refreshment Comm. 35 Sr. Sister 35 Lost and Found 35 Four O'cIock Tea Chr. 45 Christmas Play 45 Static 4. Chief Occupation: "Getting better looking every day." MARGUERITE THOMAS Alas: MARC Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson5 Comm. Club l, 2. 3, 45 Tolo Weekly Reporter 45 Annual Typist 4. Chief Occupation: "Being sweet." C-ERDA THORSHEIM Alias: GERTIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth5 Rest Room Comm. T5 Refreshment Comm. 35 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 Minute Girls 45 Honor Girls 45 "Chocolate Sol- dier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Eating 'goodies'." RICHARD TIEDEMAN Alias: DICK Basis of Fame: Entered from Brighton5 Comm. Club 2. Chief Occupation: "Being a sleeping walker." A. RURIC TODD, lR. Alias: lUNlE Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill5 Franklinite l5 K. D. Club l, 25 Pres. Soph. Class 25 Ad Mgr. Weekly 25 "Shah's Nightmare" 25 Circus 35 Service Club 35 Mat. Comm. 3, 45 Drive Mgr. Weekly 35 Business Mgr. Weekly 35 Annual Circ. Mgr. 35 Hi-Y 45 Editor Tolo Annual 45 Chr. Funmakers Comm. 45 "All At Sea"5 Quad Press Club 4. Chief Occupation: "Giving somebody a break." HELEN TOOTHAKER Alias: HELEN Basis of Fame: Entered from Hover High. Chief Occupation: "Having that school girl com- plexionf' EVELYN TUNSTAD Alias: EV Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne5 Program Comm. l, 45 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Harold" MARY TSUKUNO Alias: SUSSIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Central5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Comm. Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Athletics 3, 45 Librarian 3, 45 Floral Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Making first team hockey." SUMI UENISHI Alias: MIDGIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Lewis and Clark High. Chief Occupation: "Fixing the curls around her ace." YOSHIYE UYEKI Alias: YOSH Basis of Fame: Entered from Central. Chief Occupation: "Being shy." LILLIAN UYEMINAMI Alias: LIL Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth5 Comm. Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 House Mgr. 35 Sr. Sister 35 "Prince of Pilsen" 35 Typing Comm. 45 Re- search 4. Chief Occupation: "Being interested in things." Qi. 119 Q Sato UNA ROSE VAN HOUTEN Alias: VANNIE Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muirg French Club 2, 3, 43 Four O'clock Tea Comm, 23 Standards Comm. 31 Chr. Honor Girls 43 Reception 4. Chief Occupation: "Being 'Collegian'." LESLIE VANNICE Alias: LES Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia: Orchestra productions 2, 3, 43 Comm. Club l, 23 Track 23 Reporter Tolo Weekly 3. Chief Occupation: "Playing a funny looking horn." MARGARET VAN VRACKEN Alias: PEGGY VICTOR VIEG Alias: VIC Basis of Fame: Entered from Columbia3 Annual Car- toonist l, 2, 33 Art Editor Annual 43 Green Book 43 Static 43 Hi-Y 4. Chief Occupation: "Shaking a wicked hoof." EC-BERT VOIGHT Alias: EGGS Basis of Fame: Entered from lohn Muir, Chief Occupation: "Being the inspiration for the Art Club." WINIFRED WADDINGTON Alias: TEDDY Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson: Wardrobe mistress 23 "All At Sea" 23 "Prince of Pilsen" 33 Static 43 Sr. Play Usher 43 Music Chr. 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Being liked by everybody." ' ROBERT WALLIS Alias: BOB Basis of Fame: Entered from Beacon Hill3 Football l, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 K. D. Club 2. Chief Occupation: "Kidding the women." WYLA WARRlCK Alias: WY Basis of Fame: Entered from Ballard High. Chief Occupation: "Arranging the pretty waves in her hair." MASA WATANABE Alias: MASA Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne: Circus 33 French Club 2, 33 Athletics 33 Typing Comm. 43 Sr. Sister 43 Minute Girl 43 Librarian 4, Chief Occupation: "Helping others." CHARLES WAYNE Alias: IGNATZ Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir. Chief Occupation: "Fooling." MANUEL WESTMANN Alias: MANNIE Basis of Fame: Entered from Napavine High3 French Club 33 Radio Club 43 Usher Comm. 3, 43 Entertain- ment 4, Chief Occupation: "Decorating his cords." MILTON WHITTENDALE Alias: MEDO Basis of Fame: Entered from Madronag Track 2, 3, 43 Art Club 23 l-li-Y 4. Chief Occupation: "Breaking speedometersf' Forty-nine ll QD TGDLGD ,jp 3 QD jEAN WHITTLE Alias: PAT Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 Franklinite I3 Standards I3 French Club 2, 33 Sr. Sister 23 Good Fellowship Chr. 23 Entertainment 23 Athletics 2, 33 Concert 33 Lost and Found 4. Chief Occupation: "Being the live wire of her gang." EVALYN WICKS Alias: EV Basis of Fame: Entered from DunIap3 Athletics I3 Comm. Club I3 Concert 3, 43 Funmakers 33 Static 43 Pep Club 43 Tolo Weekly Reporter 43 Sr, Mat. Comm, 43 Sr. Play Usher 43 Decoration Comm. 4. Chief Occupation: "Being dated." DOUGLAS WICHTMAN Alias: SLIM Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir3 "Shah's Nightmare" 23 Stamp Club 2, 33 Science Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Camera Club 33 Auto Club 43 Static 43 Improvement Chr. 3, 43 Commencement Usher 33 Social Service 43 "Importance of Being Earnest" 4. Chief Occupation: "Being tall and all that goes with it." LAVON WILLIAMS Alias: TOODLES Basis of Fame: Entered from Dunlapg Comm. Club I, 2, 3, 43 Concert 43 Sr. Play Usher 43 Entertain- ment 4. Chief Occupationx "Knowing her onions." l MERLE WILLIAMS Alias: MERL Basis of Fame: Entered from Whitworth3 French Club l, 2, 43 "All At Sea" 23 Swimming Comm. 43 Reception 43 "Chocolate Soldier" 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying Helene Madison's art," FRED WISE Alias: FRED gasis of Fame: Entered from Auburn3 Spanish Club , 4. Chief Occupation: "Trying to be wise." RUTH WOODCOCK Alias: RUFUS Basis of Fame: Entered from Emerson3 Wardrobe 43 Sr. Sister 43 Bulletin Board 4. Chief Occupation: "Being Piccolo Pete." jACK WOODMAN Alias: WOODY Basis of Fame: Entered from john Muir. Chief Occupation: "Being on the bum." jOSEPHINE YATES Alias: jO Basis of Fame: Entered from Hawthorne3 Athletics I, 2, 3, 43 Minute Girl I, 2, 33 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Filing Comm. I, 23 Rest Room Comm. 23 Teachers' Comm. 43 Vice-Pres. Quaker Maids 4. Chief Occupation: "Being in the gym." MINE YOSHIDE Alias: MIN Basis of Fame: Entered from Pacificg Honor Society 2, 3, 43 S, G, A. 3, 4. Chief Occupation: "Quietly going about." 3 IDA ZUC-ER Alias: IDE Q Basis of Fame: Entered from Cle Elum High. 3 Chief Occupation: "Syncopating." Fifty Q4 JUUNIIKDIIQS Il QI TGDLQD ,jgqj Hansen Peterson Gruger Champreux Mosely Fowler Duncan Trygve Hansen . .. ,,.,, President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,..., Trygve Hansen Evelyn Peterson,.,, ,,,.,.,. Vice-President ...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,. E velyn Peterson john Cruger ,,,,,,,,,, Secretary ,,,,,,,...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, S usan Moseley jeanne Champreux . ,,,,,,,, Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,....,... jeanne Champreux Publicity Manager ...... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.....,.,,,, ,,,,,,, j e ssie Mae Duncan Miss Fowler , ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,.. ,,,,,,,,...,..A.....,,,, A dviser junior Class With two years of previous high school experience, and guided by a fine staff of officers, the class of l93l continued on its way for another year of activity. The football season ended with seven juniors earning first team letters. They were: Chuck Callin, Trygve Hansen, Harold Hoyt, Eugene Bell, Paul Kimball and Cameron Callin. Two others, Leonard Rich and Roland Dickie, earned their "F's" in basketball. Thirty-two juniors were represented in the Honor Society, while twenty-two had earned enough points to wear Senior Honor Pins. Harriett Malcolm and Sholto Salmon showed their ability on the debate team. The first junior-Senior matinee came in the fall, with Edythe Swenson as chairman, carrying out the "Christmas Idea." The spring opera, "The Chocolate Soldier," included many of the class of '3l . Under their adviser, Miss Fowler, the juniors are ready for their Senior year in Franklin High School. Fifty-two 1193 JD Q Frances Adams janet Adams M. Allamano Earl Almy CharlesAnderson Helen Anderson Alfred Annibal Pi Annunciacion Ebba Astrup M, Atkinson H. Backstrom Sanford Bacon Ruth Barnum Mildred Barton Edith Bay Kenneth Bayer Eugene Bell Paul Benson Renato Bianchi Austin Blackwell C, Blornberg lohn Bogdan Henry Boni Agnes Boyd Dorothy Brackett Ralph Braden lane Bringolf Martin Brooks Winslow Brooks Milton Brougham Kathryn Brown Thelma Burke june Burner Robert Bush Fifty-three ll QI TCILC Cro GD V. Busenbark D. Canavan Lois Carpenfer V. Carriere Raymond Case 1. Champreux C. Chiarelli William Clavey Erma Couch Emily Cox Lucille Croxfon L. Cummings Elizabeth Roland Dickie Lucy Di Donato David vga.- 1. Maeouncan Evelyn Dyer 1 I QQ x Fifty-four 3 l l Il QP 2 ircomsco 3, GD E, Hendricks Gladys Fox jean Gallant W. Goodman Norman Guise V. Hansen Faith Farrai john Fiscus M. Fisher Edna Ford Howard Frank F. Franzini A, Freeburn Lila Frees Ruth Garrison 1 i X M, Gershon F. Goldnerxg Orville Golub Grace Gray Fern Craysoh I. Haberlsirfyd Ann agen H. Hansen L. Hansen K. Hashimoto Rolie ,Hawes Dorothy Hayes I Brufe Heath ik, 'tl V 1' " ' I yy 1' Ji X , I X YX iufr , X 1 4 K J A i y 6 x V, .V 1 I f K. Foster Edna Frick Wm. Ghiglione john Gruger Trygve Hansen Harold Heafo Fifty-five Il QI '1rco1Lco 3,0 J, Hepworth G. Hogan B. Jacobson Mabel Jiencke M. Kanazawa Arthur Lang Fifty-six V. Herring Charlotte Hicks Harve Hikida Ethel Hines Jimmie Hirai Birky Howard Harold Hoyt A. Hutchinson H. Hutchinson O. Humphreys H. Jacobson Robert Jahn E. jenkins Ann Johnson B. Johnson R. Johnson Ray Johnson Neva Jones Eleanor Kerns Paul Kimball T. Klinefelter Lucille Kotkins Robt. Kugler Ida Larsen Helen La Ville Sirkka Lehto H. Lernagie L. Letterman ll QI 'rr no 1L CD ,jp 0 M I . V '-,, :ii , it :, 'EFF' f.:., l Q "" I , "' 1 2. gy ig ' X v- - 1 - K- 4 ,,w . . v V 'fr ' w ww: .5 A 4 ' fp gi' ' v:-lA iii- E my , ff wg P1 E I---- . I v--- : I ,, - x '7 g- X 7 N f ":' E 3 V, Q My Q ,. 3 ?5i ' ' ' I , ,,". P H '31 .. ., , , E , x ,, ' ,ve V x 7 'E' .1 '51 l gy :Pt Q 'M J ' NM :F - gi : .:.- : il .'2- ---:.. , .. ' ul: .":.-: Fig ' N ,1 -V ' Q I A 2 ia ' Q , i , . ,w '15 A V R Q M it iw sg - ",. 5 ' A li H L ID or r ll fi "Q- i e fil - Q . X V 5--we "' , H Q J Mx Q., ' 1: 1, -L , 2 at r 53 E ' gk ky L' g ' V I' :fe . 2 ' : :3 gE :,:g. i ' " i i ' r- K - ,.,, Y ,H ' E 1 - . QIQ, V - W e I -, , : K 4'-f of -P' 'K . fy . -.F K ' lg M- . .elk 8- Ai W 4 W , i ,,., . , if - , X Z2 'v., if-L ,." E I, . may . N' " i' ....,.-:- - 5' is "'-. slr i A 'L ., -1 'I-ii? 4 A ' X i ,. , ' jj Q 12. , aging A es" U Sl 8 A ' 4, i tim, " AI, ,Q i "" M . ge. .:,.,,':- .7 f r g 'fi ia 4.1: r 1 Q , f i i if '-'22: I - .,, . 2 if if ' 1 . ag ':-:" A"' ' H A-': : -r , 1. ' - ,4 W H Ig G. Lewis lennie Lind R. Matsumoto Agnus McPhee Edw. Metzger Tadashi Miya Furni Miyamoto Ernest Murr Susan Mosel Eileen Markle A. McNealy Robt. Mercer 9Y Alma Louie B, Maclxlamara H. Mayfield joe MacDonald F. Migliore Wm. Mimbu Alva Moen I M , onette D. Mugford M. Murley l K MacS . colm H. McElhaney Duncan McNab Ceo. M d e Iey Nathen Medley Betty Miner K. Mitchell M Monett . e Wm, Moore Alice Makus A. Nui Iarrow H Mal rakamie Fifty-seven Q Il QD TCLGD ,jp Q K. Nakatani Doris Nord Ruth Otteson jean Pashley E. Peterson Grace Quael Fifty-eight Lois Nelson D. Norenberg Harry Packard Fred Patricelli E. Peterson H. Rasmussen Doris Nestor Helen Newell Goodwin Ober Sachiko Ochi R. Patterson M. Paulson Fred Peterson William Peay M. Recchio Harold Rice Lela Newman Gertrude Odne Archie Palmer Alvin Pearson Milton Ploeger Leonard Rich Marjorie Noble Stanley Orman H. Palmquist Hanna Person Leona Puarica C. Richards ll QI Crcomdcij gy, 0 C. Ricketts M. Roland Doris Ruck Ralph Sayler Elaine Shields Alice Rippey joseph Ros! Sholto Salmon 1. Schecterle F. Shimanaka Hartford Smith Yaeko Sonoda Fannie Rivers Ingrid Rolin Anna M. Roe R. Rogers Ruth Rosi Virginia Royce Della Rubini Rita Rubini B. Samuelson Betty Sands L. Schwehm Hazel Scott A. Seidelhuber Patricia Shaw C-. Shinowara Beth Sinclair George Scarp F, Smith Robt. Stone Crayce Storey Alma Strom M. Sunderland Fifty-nine 0-Af Nur ,N p, L. ' t.. Lf' V , ll Q TGDILGID ,jp QD ,vs 4 95.5 ' E. Swenson 1. Talbert Keichi Toji Hideo Tomita M. Uyeminami C. Van de Kant K. Van Bogart Orren Vincent Evelyn Walter May Waters A, Williams Evelyn Wilson Sixty dm Virginia Taylor H. Templeton Walter Terry A. Thomason Lela Tremper Winifred Tubb L. Uradnick I. F. Uradnick j. Van lderstein V. Van Thal Eleanor Voight P. Von l-lerberg Camille Wake Effie Wallace Mildred Webb Richard Welch Helen West l. Wildermuth Floyd Wilson F. Wilson jane Wing Helen Wood L .da no Gao W" . -1. , ,- 1' 1 lf' 11' 3 ,L , . . Q' lv , . Af. ,-jg V? Q Aa Vivian Worth Shiziro Yamada Lenora Young NEXT YEAR At the close of this year, the Cirls' Club officers for l93l were elected with these results: Barbara jacobsen, presidentg a charming girl, well equipped with ex- ecutive ability to handle admirably the position. Susan Mose- ley, the vice-president elect, is an attractive addition to the administration of the organization, ought to make a good assistant to Barbara. The rest of the officers, leanne Clam- preux, Evelyn Peterson and Fredericka Smith, promise to be excellent assistants. As yet no definite program has been adopted. ln the Boys' Club, Trygve Hansen is the president-elect. He will be assisted by an able staff of officers: Leonard Rich and Chuck Callin as vice-president and secretary respectively. All three have earned first team letters. lt looks as though the athletics will be well represented in the Boys' Club Cabinet. As yet these boys have not announced a definite program. To date the class officers have not been elected. There is, however, plenty of good material to make a good administra- tion for the class. The class of l93l is about to embark upon its senior year with the benefit of three years experience. The Seniors, to be, also should do much better than the present class, having had the experience, passed on to them by the Senior Class. More success to you, '3l, the class of l93O is for youl Sixty-one .ld -WW N if SCDIDIHCDMCDIRIES 119 Q30 Rutan Foisie QR Buckner Perkins Davenport Wilson Carper Verona Rutan ,,,, ,.,,,, , ,President , ,.,,,, ,,,,,, V erona Rutan Betty Buchner ,..,, ,,....., V ice-President ,,,,,, ...... M argaret Davenport Merle Perkins ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , Secretary ,,,.,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,..., V irginia Foisie Peggy Carper ...,,,,,,,,,,, ...A,,,,, T reasurer ,,,,,, ,,.,,,.,.,, P eggy Carper Sergeant-at-Arms ...,, ,,,,,,.....,.A.,....., ,,,,,.... I a mes Carlson Miss Wilson ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, A d viser SOPHOMORE CLASS f-lT1e class of l 932 had a most suc- cessful Sophomore year, under the guidance of Miss Wilson, the adviser. They held all their regular meetings and more of them than any other class. Athletics were one of their strong fortes. Dick Camp and jack Gilliam played on the football team, the Sophomore basket- ball team won the championship, and many second year men were in baseball and track. The girls, too, were in athletics in a big way. More Soph girls received their "F's" than any other class. Ninety-five were on the Honor Society, twenty-three of these being on the junior list. Unlike most lower classes in past years, this year's Sopho- mores were a real live-wire bunch and their committees and groups were more than merely names. The Sophomore Dra- matic Club put on many plays for the Girls' Club, the class party was a decided success, all committees functioned perfectly, and Sophomores were actively engaged in all school activities. Sixty-four Il QI Q50 Adams, Elsie Adams, Frances Alexander, Dorothy Allen, Doradell Allen, Zola Alstead, Melba Anderson, Alice Anderson, Violet Armstrong, Martha Armstrong, Olive Bacon, Barbara Baker, Vodra Baldwin, Cynthia Barlow, Ruth Baxter, jean Bearwood, Ruth Bean, Margaret Bell, Fontella Beltz, jeannette Benson, Florence Bianchi, Quido Biggs, Fern Bowden, Lois Boyd, Agnes Boyd, Blanche Brandalise, Albina Bredice, Elizabeth Brehm, Katherine Brink, Virginia Bristol, Maxine Brooks, Virginia Buchner, Betty Burt, Velva Busch, Lucille Callendar, Winifred Camehl, Alice Canonica, Ruth Carper, Peggy Carson, Viola Castleton, jean Champreux, Audrey Chase, Kathryn Chiccetti, Flavina Chiccetti, Mary Chriest, june Clarke, josephine Clavey, Betty Cogstall, Ethel Coletti, Mary Colgan, Catherine Collins, Colleen Connerton, Genevieve Cox, Mabel Cozens, Helen Cramer, Irene Crenna, Vivian Cunningham, Virginia Curle, Helen Currie, Elnora Davenport, Margaret Davis, Genevieve Davis, Maxine De Bersaques, Ethel De Boer, Frances De Boer, Nellimary Delfel, Winifred Delle Viti, Florence Delzer, Doris Devin, Bertha De Winter, Colesta Dinesen, Gladys Donovan, Francis Donovan, Frances Dornberger, Thelma Downes, Edith Drazie, Kathryn Eaton, Marjorie Eberharter, Frances Eberharter, Margaret Sophomore Girls l930 Edholm, Winifred Edwards, Helen Endress, Elizabeth Engstrom, Gladys Ergeson, Vivian Erickson, Dathel Erickson, Grace Ewart, Marjorie Fairchild, Vera Faunce, Lucille Ferrai, Faith Field, Charlotte Filigno, Helen Flammant, Louise Foisie, Virginia Fosse, Vivian Fowler, jean Fox, Gladys Freeburn, Annabel Garrison, Margaert Garrison, Marian Genbale, Mary Gillis, Myrtle Glazier, Elma Goodman, Wilda Goss, Betty Grayson, Beatrice Greene, Maryan Griffin, Cora Gustafson, Amy Hadley, Irene Hale, Marie Hamada, Rose Hand, Madeline Hansen, Flora Hansen, Marie Harada, Ruth Hard, Evelyn Harnen, Lulu Hateley, May Hellenthal, Katherine Hepler, Eleanor Herth, Marguerite Hewitt, Alice Hiever, Frances Higgins, Claire Hillgren, Vivian Hjelma, Olga Hoffman, Ruth Holland, Donna Holschumaker, Alta Hopp, Edna Hopton, Harriet Hudginns, Virginia Hughes, Evelyn Hummel, Annie Hutchinson, Ann jackson, Ervima jacobson, Elaine jacobson, Helen jacque, Grace jarvis, Virginia jennings, Austin lohanson, Suea johnson, Anna johnson, Elma johnson, Enna johnson, jane johnson, Marian jorgens, Thelma Kehoe, Clara Kelly, Edna Kelly, Ida Kelly, Katherine King, jeanne Kirk, Anna Kislakoff, Nina Klatzler, Margaret Kuker, Edna La Grande, Elizabeth Langer, Mary Lano, Marie Alice Larson, Elsa Larson, Anita Larson, Constance Letterman, Marjorie Lindberg, Bernice Lonergan, Alice Lorimer, Irene McAllister, Margaret Raymond, Ruth Reccheo, Margaret Richards, Ethel Rippe, Lois Roberts, Marie Romeo, Eunice Rose, Centilia Rubyn, Cecilia Rutan, Verona Sanden, joane Scaramuzzo, Marguerite Schmitt, Leora Schultz, Dorothy McCullough, jacqueIynScott, Hazel McDonald, Mary McLeod, Dorothy McLeod, Muriel McNamara, Margaret McPherson, Lois McWilliams, jean Magruder, Catherine Manthe, Marjorie Marshall, Gertrude Martin, Lenora Masuda, Sadayoshi Masuda, Satoshi Mayfield, Helen Medley, Inez Medley, Maude Mills, Dorothy Minardi, Lillian Mingo, Elaine Moikin. Minnie Morgan, Mary Mottola, Pavia Munro, june Neighbor, Dorothy Nelson, Adele Nelson, Florence Nelson, Ruth Nichols, Madge Noji, May Noone, Geraldine Nord, Doris Oakley, Kathleen O'Brien, Marebeth O'Brien, Mary Oquist, Lois Osaki, Lillian Oshio, Dorothy Palmquist, Helen Parrott, jean Patricelli, Rosie Patterson, Fern Patterson, jean Paulson, Olive Pearman, Rose Pearson, Iola Peirson, Helen Peirson, Marguerite Pepin, Rosamond Perkins, Merle Perry, jerome Person, Hanna Peters, Norma Peterson, Dorothy Philbin, Irene Phillips, Ruth Pommer, Mildred Pyatt, Betty Privatt, Madeline Purgman, Felimon Quandt, Lois Radomsky, Margaret Ramsey, Mary Rasmussen, Helen Seaman, Carol Shamek, Kathleen Sheldon, Mary Sheldon, Maxine Sherman, Freda Shultz, Emma Shuman, Edna Simmonds, Alice Simon, Amelia Simpson, Esther Sims, Zella Sinclair, Beth Sinclair, Lolita Skinner, Evelyn Skofstad, Phyllis Srnidt, Anna Smith, Grace Southeimer, Elizabeth Spada, Ethel Spellacy, Mary Splaine, Elizabeth Springer, Helen Stark, Pauline Stocking, Louise Stone, Nancy Stover, Kathryn Strickler, Patricia Sullivan, Florence Sullivan, jacculyn Summers, Frances Taylor, Dorothy Thomas, Kathlyn Thomas, Margaret Tod, Betty Todd, Martha Tregidga, Myrtle Trenter, Caroline Trumble, Lorene Turner, Mary Twilligear, Flossie Uhrich, Esther Van Dale, Evelyn Van de Kant, Catherine Van Houten, Irene Vannice, Ada Vivilo, Lucy Voight, Eleanor Volrath, Margaret Wager, jeannette Wahlgren, Elizabeth Weldon, Muriel Wentz, Fay Wesley, Ruth Williams, Alberta Williams, Helen Wilson, Clara Belle Wingness, Agnes Winningham, Pasolyn Woodcock, Dorothy Worth, Vivian Zarcuba, Ella Sixty-five Q30 SOPHOMORE GIRLS Q30 SOPHOMORE BOYS S Ty Il QD TGDIIACD ,jp gg Adams, Allen Allyn, William Alsted, Arnold Anderson, Alton Anderson, Kenneth Anderson, William Antes, Emerson Arms, james Asunama, Sam Axelson, Wesley Babbitt, Harold Backlund, Ernest Barnes, Stuart Barney, Gustae Bate, Marden Bateman, Homer Bianchi, Quido Bennett, Harold Benson, Paul Benson, Leonard Berger, Exstein Bicknell, Max Bicknell, Leonard Boatman, Roscoe Bozzelli, Lawrence Bradbury, Edward Bradbury, jack Brown, Gordon Buckley, john Burnett, Dick Butler, Fred Calkins, Roland Camp, Richard Campbell, George Campbell, jack Campbell, Herbert Carlson, Edward Carlson, james Centioli, Sam Chan, Bing Lam Chin, Harry Chinn, Hing Chinn, Tim Coleman, William Colgan, Bernard Cordell, Clinton Covello, Phillip Covey, Herman Cramer, Robert Cunningham, Wesley Daley, Warren Davis, Kenneth De Boer, Nellimary De Boer, Peter Des Camp, Raymond De julio, joe Di julio, Tony Dobrin, Victor Dorffler, George Edhols, Roy Edwards, Clifford Evans, Harold Evans, George Falahee, Norman Fowler, Lloyd Freeman, john Sixty-eight Sophomore Boys 1930 French, Frank Fujimoto, Frank Gallinger, Fredrick Gepner, Richard Colbert, Ralph Giles, Harold Gilliam, jack Gingell, jack Goodrich, john Grant, Leto Greenwood, William Gregory, Stanley Gruble, john Gurley, Leroy Haag, George Hagen, Robert Hankins, Robert Hankins, Victor Harris, Wilson Harvey, Victor Hateley, james Hawkins, jack Hazen, Wilbur Hepler, Paul Hicks, john Hicks, Stanley Hill, Allen Hirata, George Hoeffle, james Hood, Bill Horat, Clarence Horiuchi, Takeo Hutchinson, Howard Hyatt, john Hyde, Lawrence jackson, Bob jacob, Leoncio jacobs, Clifford jacobson, Charles james, Marshal jennings, Austin jensen, jimmie jessen, Howard jensen, Norman joanis, Parnell johnson, Sydney jones, Ray Kalberg, Frank Kanazawa, Kiyoko Kataoka, Yuri Kennedy, Stephen Kerr, Nelson Kiene, William Kiene, Bob Kirkland, Eric Kirstein, George Kominski, Frank Koosin, Victor Korsgren, Elmer Lacey, Edward Lapasin, Lewis Lehnhoff, William Leipper, Alex Le May, Richard Lincoln, Howard Lindgren, Bertil Lindquist, Tyne Lochow, Robert Loftus, Thomas Lukin, Theodore Lyford, Ed McCoskie, Burns McCue, Daniel McLeod, Dorothy MacMillan, Bill Madson, George Maire, George Maletta, Albert lvlalven, Frank Markham, Edward Marzullo, Patrick Mason, Lee Massie, Gaetano Masuda, Minoru Masuda, Sadayoshi Masuda, Satoshi Mattson, Adolph Maxson, john Mayeda, Toshihiro Meiklejohn, Donald Merlino, Genio Merrill, john Miyaki, Tommie Mizuto, Yoshito Morrell, William Mosely, Malcolm Mukai, Hitoshi Murakami, Tamiko Nagaishi, Kenii Natelli, Carl Nelson, Carl Nirk, john Nishimoto, Yaeko Norton, Harry Obley, Ralph Odolovich, George Ogishima, George Olada, Shigesato Onodera, james Palmer, Ralph Parker, Lewis Paulson, Arne Paulson, Fred Pearman, Albert Regrum, Frank Perry, jerome Perry, joseph Pickering, joe Pinto, Eugene Ploeger, Warren Polakoff, Leonard Powell, Frederick Rainboth, Vernon Ramon, Frank Rasmussen, Leon Raymond, jack Raymond, Roy Reccheo, josiel Reseburg, Bud Reynolds, john Richards, Frank Richmond, Hugh Rolin, Howard Ross, Donald Royce, Charles Rugg, Elton Runce, Fred Sakai, George Sanders, Melvin Sao, Toraichi Scarpello, Arthur Schaffer, Charles Schlag, john Schomburg, Ralph Schutz, George Sese, Shigeko Seung, Harry Shaner, Philip Shillington, Roland Shimahara, Hiroshi Shiraishi, Yoshiko Smailes, Vincent Smith, Harlen Snyder, Fred Southworth, Roy Spangler, john Spagnole, Paul Springer, Gordon Stevenson, William Stewart, Chester Stinchcombs, George Sticking, Frank Stoss, George Stuart, Donald Summers, Thane Supino, Henry Taggart, Dave Taylor, Ted Tew, William Thompson, Edwin Thompson, Robert Tidrick, Bob Toyaii, Toshio Tremper, joe Trimble, Dean Tulip, Billy Turner, Hans Uyeki, Chiyeko Vlasnick, George Wake, jim Wallen, William Wandling, Hershal Ware, William Warner, Hollis Way, lack Webber, Rawland Wells, Arthur West, Lawerence Weston, Fred Wienker, Collings Wienker, Curtis Williamson, Glenn Wilson, Grant Woods, Elmer Wright, Mark Yamaguchi, Hisako Yamada, Kenjiro Yasunaga, Satoshi Yerxa, Rodney Young, Donald IFIIQIESIHMIEN 1' QQ TGDLCD fb QD Parker Duncan lack Parker ..,Y,,. .. Dorothy Duncan ,,,, Margaret Strong ,,,,,,,, Barbara Strodoff .,,,,,, Mrs, Strong ,,,,, ,,,,, Strong Strong . President ,,,,,, Vice-President Secretary ......Treasurer Adviser me Strodoff FRESHMAN CLASS F ranklin's yearlings got off to a good start tor their four-year trip through Franklin High School. Mrs. Strong was chosen as class adviser and under her guidance the Class of i933 looks as if it will do big things. Athletics, coming into their own now, had many Frosh in their ranks. For the first time in years, the Frosh football team ran away with the championship, going through the season without having their goal crossed once. The first year basket- ball five did not fare so well, winning three out of their eight games. Freshmen won places for themselves on the baseball team and the Freshman track team was one of the best in the city. The Class of '33 had four active committees, all of which combined for the annual Freshman Frolic. They were: Poster committee, Margaret Strong, chairman, Program, Valerie Ellisg Refreshment, Frances Brown, and Decoration, Harriett Hogan. Seventy ll QI Q30 Acton, Gwendolyn Almblade, Gladys Almer, josephine Anderson, Alice Anderson, Dorothy Anthony, Carmella Askind, Maxine Asplund, Myrtle Bass, Lucille Bass, Madeline Bailey, LaGletta Bell, Eva Berns, Geraldine Bigham, Florence Bishop, lola Boyce, Elizabeth Bradley, Margaret Brown, Frances Brown, Laura Brown, Phyliss Bryenton, Evelyn Brynolson, Grace Burrone, Antonette Burdick, Mamie Burke, Alrna Butler, Dorothy Cade, Margaret Campbell, Minerva Carey, Frances Carlson, Florence Carlson, Sylvia Chadwick, jane Chinn, Amy Close, Margaret Colcock, Alberta Constable, Catherine Couple, Sarah Courage, Evelyn Cunningham, K. Curtiss, Evelyn Czarniecke, Helen Dawson, june De Lappe, Mary Diacampo, Carmelo Di Donato, Rosie Donadel, Louise Donohoe, josephine Edminister, josephine Edminister, Virginia Edwards, Genevieve Edwards, Irene Egts, Dorothy Ellis, Valerie Elmquist, Evelyn Engstrom, Alice Eldredge, Olive Elsner, Rowena Erikson, Inez Evans, Pearl Falconer, Hilda Falconer, Lois Farmer, Kathryn Ferrell, Betty Fleming, Helen Franz, Hazel Freeman, Frances Frohman, Alta Fr ber Mar Y gi Y Funderburk, Dorothy Garrison, june September Freshmen Girls Gatt, Theresa Gaydeski, Marguerite Geohegan, Kathleen Goldsmith, Kathryn Gohnberg, Ruth Grafton, Virginia Graham, Dorothy Granard, Dorothy Griffin, Dorothy Haas, Mary Hadlock, Olive Hakala, Fanny Hamilton, Dolores Hansen, Norma Hanson, Louise Hanson, Ruth Harrison, Ardith Heiden, Myrtle Heise, Lillian Herberholz, Theresa Hermansen, jane Hemrick, Doris Hickox, Nina Mae Hill, lerne Hoar, Sur Hoffman, Sarah Hogan, Harriet Holt, Doris Homer, Cleva Howard, Nelie Hoyt, Martha Hurd, Mary jackson, joyce jackson, Naomi jacobson, Anna jacques, Louise james, Bonnie jensen, Delone jessen, Edna johnson, Ella johnson, Elmore johnson, Elsie johnson, Frances johnson, johnson, Lucille Virginia johnston, Velma jones, Ann Kashiwagi, Mitsuo Keene, Nellie Keifer, Elaine Kent, Martha Keller, Dorothy Kich, Doris Kiger, Helen Kipper, Anna Kogane, Mitsumasa Kolsted, Margery Kominski, Pauline Knapp, Carol Knemeyer, Margaret Kneisley, Virginia Kress, Helen Kremer, Mathias Lacey, Helen Lanier, Eileen Lamken, Gordon Larson, Helen Larson, Amanda Lattz, Frances Latva, Lina Lawyer, Charlene Le Clair, Genevieve Lewis, Helen Lien, Louise Lines, Marjorie Lippis, Susie Liptrap, lona Lyons, jeanette Scott, Lenora Schneider, Marian Scheller, Emma Sergi, Mariana Schwarzer, Grace Shaner, Goldie Sharp, Ruth McClelland, Elizabeth Sheldon, Dorothy McLaughlin, Frances McNair, Isabelle Maker, Gertrude Malaspino, Elizabeth Marshall, Marguerite Massie, Ida Mayner, Frances Menzel, Doorthy Miller, Evelyn Miller, lrwine Mingo, Elaine Mitchell, june Miyagawa, Dorothy Morton, Gladys Mote, Ellen Munk, Marie Nagle, Dorothy Nakagawa, Marian Nakamura, Violet Nelling, Dorothy Nelson, Helen Nicoli, Florence Nigro, Elsie Nitta, Susumu Odne, Ann Ohman, Anna O'Neil, Evelyn Oswick, Irene Overturf, Lila Palmer, Dorothy Parker, Claude Parsons, Dorothy Partridge, Dorothy Patricelli, Rose Paulson, Evelyn Paulson, Nancy Payne, Marguerite Pedegana, Merle Pehl, Doris Perker, Ruby Peterson, Fritzy Philbin, Bernice Pilo, Elizabeth Poynter, Irene Priestley, Cecily Prill, Helen Probst, Virginia Ptolmey, jean Rachael, Anna Rankin, Rosemary Reanier, Helen Rich, Betty Ricketts, Lola Ricketts, Winifred Ripper, Dorothy Roberg, jane Roberts, Marion Roberts, Marion G. Roberts, May Robertson, jessie Robson, Mathena Robinson, Edna Rossi, Eve Sharp, Christiana Smailes, Viola Smart, Cathrine Smith, Crystal Smith, Floy Smith, Leona Smith, Mary Louise Smith, Olma Pearl Smith, Snow, Glenadine Splaine, Frances Speidel, Dorothy Stakenas, Anna Stewart, Helen Stream, Cecilia Stewart, Antoinette Strain, Rilda Strom, Carlene Strong, Margaret Strodorff, Barbara Tarasevich, Vivian Taylor, Theresa Taylor, Mary jane Tesack, Helen Mae Thurlow, Lois Thompson, Virginia Ticknor, Vera Todd, Marie Tomatisch, Eva Tudor, Lena Tullis, Blanche Twardus, Helen Urlin, Alice Vanderford, Genevie Vasser, Lila Vilephanin, Vera Walaver, Vera Ware, Vera Watson, Elsie Watanabe, Mary Weikel, Evelyn Wellons, Dorothy Whitlick, Merna Wiegel, Elizabeth Wightman, Mary William, jess Williams, Kathryn Williams, Geralidne Wilson, Marie Wing, Chloe Wingsness, Audrey Winders, Anabel Wohleitner, Annie Wong, Flora Wooley, Mary Wukelich, Mary Yamauchi, Hisaka Young, Bernice Yorioka, Masanori Zakelt, Frances Zimmerman, Mabel Zuger, Mary Seventy-one 119 E C110 fy? FRESHMEN GIRLS TQLQQ 55,0 FRESHMEN BOYS fy Th Il QD Tcomsco 3 O Abe, Mitsuji Accetturo, Ernest Allbright, Sheridan Alsted, Clyde Anderson, Arthur Anderson, Bert Anderson, Carl Anderson, Edwin Ankrum, Lawrence Antonio, Augustine Armitage, Kenneth Ate, Leonard Bailey, Frank Baker, Clifford Barker, Clifford Barnum, jack Beard, Geogre Bennett, Clayton Berglund, Frank Blake, Lloyd Bluhm, eGorge Blyth, Tlex Boyd, Herbert Boyce, Portus Brawley, Bill Bredice, Tony Bremer, Harris Bringolf, Philip Buffon, Russel Bugenhagen, Ernest Bunstine, Howard Burgeson, jack Burke, Elland Burner, jim Canavan, Rolland Carbon, Watler Carter, Vincent Chaffee, Knowlton Chiba, Perry Chicketti, Louis Chin, Albert Chin, Henry Chin, Noah Chin, Walter Clausen, Glenn Clark, Charles Clark, Herbert Climenson, Austin Cobb, Blain Cohan, Donald Colcock, jack Collier, Richard Collins, Thomas Conn, Clarence Constantino, jim Cook, jack Corey, Alfred Cornelies, jim Corner, George Courage, Woodrow Coulter, Dave Craft, Richard Crandall, William Crisp, Clarence Cuper, Pete Dahlby, Rubert Daly, Edward Daughty, George De Felice, Edward Ed jausserand, Robt. De Suler, john Dempster, Harold Denardo, joseph Seventy-four September Freshmen Boys Desault, Edward Debble, Herbert Dice, Robert Dickerson, Raleigh Doran, Donald Downing, Dale Drury, james Eckhardt, Lester Edwards, Charles Ekdahl, Andrew Ellism, Dion Emerson, Theodore Ericks, Oscar Eshesen, Frank Eslick, Donald Fargher, Clarence Fend, George Ferguson, Donald Ferrari, Enzo Fifield, William Finton, Ben Ford, Wilbur Fowler, Richard Frost, Norman Gabie, Gordon Gibson, Harold Giovi, Romeo Giralmo, Denny Gleason, Martin Goldman, George Could, Stanley Graznoff, Peter Greenhow, Robert Griffith, jack Gwinn, William Hancock, William Hagen, Tom Hannah, William Hale, john Hall, Melvin Harris, Orville Harrison, Teddy Heiler, Elmer Heintz, Harry Hemingway, Harvey Henderson, Bob Heuss, Edward Hikida, Torazo Hill, Phillip Hiroshige, Toqoko Holdsworth, Donald Holt, Helmer Hopp, Herbert Hopper, Bill Horshfield, Allen lmberg, Ralph lseki, Tsutom jacobson, Robert jiencke, William johansen, Artfield johansen, Alvin jones, Ralph johnson, Lee jordan, jim Keck, john Kennedy, George Kennedy, Isaac Kimball, Robert Kimball, Wilbur Kiyomizu, Shozo Klinkan, Frank Kohler, Ernest Kubo, Kazuo Lallo, Albert Lamken, Gordon Landry, Le Royce Lanigan, Clifford Larson, Clinton Leckenby, Robert Leonidas, Richard Le Roy, james Le May, Carl Leslie, joseph Lewis, Robert Lindman, Barrett Lindsley, Tom Lowe, Quet Luke, David Luke, Henry Lundberg, Erland Mager, Frank Maginnis, David Mangini, joe Mansfield, Donald Massena, Melvin Matzger, Neil Maxson, Herbert Maxwell, William McAllister, Harry McCloy, Russell McCoskrie, Donald McCumber, jack McDonald, Leonard McLynne, George Madby, Solveig Metzger, Arthur Mickelson, Floyd Miller, Gerald Miller, Irwin Milovich, Zarey Mitchell, Lloyd Moshier, Al Murakami, Choii Muzzy, Dan Napoli, joe Natalie, lrving Ness, Arthur Nicholls, Leland Niochls, William Niesen, Richard Nishimura, Takeo Noble, Walter Norem, Hardes Nugent, Lawrence O'Brien, Peter Ochi, Suyeko Olson, Carl Olson, Norman Parker, Claude Parker, jack Patricelli, Aldock Patricelli, john Palmer, Charles Patterson, Melvin Patterson, Duane Pederson, Carl Pemberton, Paul Perry, George Perry, Benny Pepin, Alvin Peterson, William Peterson, Glen Pitt, Alfred Porter, john Poxley, Philip Pringle, john Raschke, Walter Rawson, George Richards, George Riggs, Robert Roberts, Harold Roberts, Murtis Roltich, Victor Ronk, Paul Rosewold, jack Rousch, Whitney Rushm, Calvin Sakuma, Tadashi Scott, George Scharfenstein, C. Seidelhuber, Frank Self, Charles Setsuda, Teruko Shamek, Gerald Shimeda, Yoshiko Shashich, Steve Shaw, Robert Shigemura, Yoshiko Sigel, Fritz Smith, Richard Smith, Frank Spencer, William Stallcop, jack Starkey, Harold Starkey, joe Stowell, Harcourt Storey, Maurice Swain, Arthur Tait, jack Talbert, Ellsworth Tanaka, Masahisa Tapper, Harry Tatsumi, Masao Taylor, jack Thompson, Stuart Tidrick, Kimber Tomita, Yorilo Toribata, Frank Toribata, Taft Toyoji, Masako Uchida, jack Uhrich, Henry Vanderford, Genesee Van Tine, Oscar Viels, jack Violanti, Mike Warfield, Charles Warren, Stanley Wells, Ted . Wesley, Ralph Weston, Albert Wheeler, Myron White, john Wick, joe Wickstrom, Rodney William, jess Wilson, Donald Wilson, jack Wilson, Robert Woods, Milton Wong, Edward Wylie, jack Yamauchi, Hisaka Yasunaga, Chiyolo Yorioka, Ukio Young, Eldon ll QI 'ircoiuo 3, 0 Allyn, Phyllis Anderson, Marian Arnold, Edith Arnold, Gladys Bail, Irene Barker, Virginia Barton, Virginia Bassett, Lena Benge, Maurine Boyd, Beatrice Bruce, Lorna Burne, Marguerite Carlson, Bernice Carlson, Ethel Catania, Rosie Chin, Bertha Clark, Marjorie Collins, Marie D'Angelo, Elsie Davis, Marjorie Davidson, Mary M. Aalto, Kalevi Adams, Howard Antonino, Don Armstrong, Harry Birrell, Stuart Bjork, Astrod Bowman, Buril Boussun, jack Brackett, Georgia Brown, Lowell Chin, Ming Cicci, Herman Clish, jack Coletti, Tommy Collins, Frank Cousins, Volney Curtis, Charles Davenport, Robert Day, jack Eguchi, Frank February Freshmen Girls Di julio, Ruby Dinius, jeannette Douglas, Mary jane Eaton, Margaret Endress. josephine Foster, Maude Gibble, Dorothy Grenville, Molly Haag, Evelyn Hanson, Marion Houson, Norma Hellberg, Elizabeth Heinrick, Alice Higgins, Gladys Hoshide, Adira Hummel, Mary Hundly, Glendore Hunter, Sylvia jenkins, Marjorie jones, Mary jung, juanita Kellner, Beatrice King, Agnes La Grand, Loia Lallo, Anna Lee, Annabelle Lohmas, Thelma Longstrut, Irene Lyford, Louise Marcy, Virginia Margalis, Marion Martin, Helen McSorley, Frances Miller, jarjorie Nakashima, Mary Nelosn, Gladys Nichimura, Rose Norton, Isabelle Olsan, Ruth Olson, Ida Palmer, Helen Peschau, Lucille February Freshmen Boys Elley, Boise Everall, Harold Everall, Huvert Fawsett, Murl Fellows, Clyde Fleischmann, Herbert Fowler, Steve Gallaher, Dennis Gavasts, Thomas Gerber, Ludwig Gustafson, Raymond Gustavson, Glenn l-lasking, Richard Hill, Earl Horiuchi, Toshiko Hotta, Edward janes, Albert Kitsu, john Kuramoto, Tetsuo Larson, Egil Lenezich, Pete Lindgren, Gordon Logan, Robert Lovie, Wing Chong Lyford, Albert MacMillan, jim Martin, Calvin Martin, jack Minani, M, Henry Misimer, Earl Murikami, Chiyako Napoli, Tony Nikaitani, Yasuo Nishimura, Yoshito Olund, Howard Onodera, Ko Phillips, Earl Poirier, Gilbert Poper, jim Ramberg, lngwald Pickering, Ruth Pike, Alleyenne Rammany, Patricia Reccheo, Rose Roberg, Patricia Roberts, Mariga Roberts, Vavian Rutan, Maurine Schubert, Dorothy Somple, Mae Southard, Edoris Soyipima, Lilly Stevens, Rose Uyehain, T. Ruth Whitehouse, M. Whitworth, Florence Williams, Doris Windley, Louise Yoemans, Edith Ripper, Alfred Ritter, Harold Scarpello, john Smith, Earl Smith, Harold Soriano, Amigo Stewart, Bill Stewart, Charles Summers, William Tachiyama, Harsume Tegeler, Delmar, jr. Tegeler, C. Teddy Thompson, Douglas Trithievey, William Tsujimoto, joe Vallalla, jimmie Warriel, Lloyd Wayne, john Yates, Bob Seventy-five ACIIVIIIIES I5.. l l N ' F 1 K 1 I ' w 1 5-if , IFHNIE AMPS no Goo Sriellenberg Austin Nicholls Wightman Schneider Friday Nighf Walter Snellenberg Roger Evans ,,,,,,,,.,, Gustafson Marsh THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST lohn Worthing ,.A.,,, ,,,,, , Pearson Evans Saturday Nighf , ,,,.,,,, Bob Devin . Russell Skallerud ,,,,,,Donald Laizure ,,,, . ,.., Algernon Moncrieff ,,,,, W , W Roy Cusfafson ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , Rev, Canon Chasuble, D.D.,, ,,,, Dave Schneider ..,,, ,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,., lvl e rriman ..,,,,,,,,,,....,, ,,....,, Douglas Wightman Josephine' Nicholls .. ,,,,,, ,,. ,,,..,. ..., Lois Ausfin ,,,,,,,,., Bernice Pearson... Elaine Marsh ,,,,,,,,, Cassidy Lane .,,,, ,,,,......,, .... ,,,, ,Lady Bracknell .A.,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,Dave Schneider Douglas Wighfman ,,,,.A,,Elizabeth Cassidy ,,,,,,,Hon. Cwencloline Fairfaxw , .,,,,,,,Dorothy Charroin ,,,,....,,,,Cecily Cardew,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,Harrieffe Nelson ,,,,.,,,,,,,Miss Prism,,,,,,,,w, ,.,,,,Audrey Stocks Schneider Wightman Devin Skallerud Laizure Stocks Charroin Nelson Eighly 119 Q30 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST -lb Miss O'Leary a charming addition to Franklin's faculty this year, fell the task of directing one of the biggest events in the school cur- riculum, the Senior Class play. "The lm- portance of Being Earnest," a three-act comedy by Oscar Wilde, was the play selected. Not the side-splitting type of comedy designed especially for William Haines or Buster Keaton, but filled with subtle MissO'Leary,Direcfor humor which only an intelligent audi- ence can grasp and which takes a well- trained cast to present. Considering the "diamonds-in-the- rough" she had to work with, Miss O'Leary turned out a fine, polished performance both nights, using a double cast. The mistaken identity theme keeps the audience guessing. Algernon Moncrieff and john Worthing have assumed the name of Earnest Worthing because Gwendolyn Fairfax and Cecily Cardew, Worthing's ward, will not seem to hear of any other name for the two men. ln the end their identity is revealed and they are forgiven. The remainder of the plot revolves about this main plot and gives the play finish. Cecilia Cummings and Helen lacobs were student directors. THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER Under the excellent direction of Lawrence H. Blacknell and with the cooperation of an excellent cast, the three-act comic opera, "The Chocolate Soldier," was presented to and approved by a full house, on the nights of lvlay 2 and 3 in the Franklin High School Auditorium. A Swiss officer, Lieutenant Bumerli, Mr. Blacknell, Director fighting for the Serbians isforced to flee W before the Bulgarians, victorious over Serbia, He seeks refuge in the boudoir of pretty Nadina Popoff, daughter of Colonel Kasimir Popoff. Mascha, cousin of Nadina, and Aurelia, Nadina's moth- er, uncover Nadina's secret. Popoff's house coat is lent to Bumerli and when he returns it with the picture of the three women, complications arrive as do the colonel and Alexius Spiridoff, be- Bumerli is revealed. Mascha and Alexius also fall in love and all ends happily. The . choruses lend much local color to the 1 Z -in H SCGDCS. Eighty-one trothed to Nadina. Nadina's love for ix Il QI , 330 Friday Night Velma Boatmanm Nadina Edwina Hendricks ,,,,,,, Mildred Hubbard ,,,,., Roy Gustafson ,,...,,, Art D'Angelo ,,,,.w. Art Kranfz ,,,,,,,, Paul Johanson ,,,,,, Gus Erickson ,,,,..., Lois Carpenter ..,.,,,, CHARACTERS THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER Mascha Aureliasw... Bumerli....,,, AIexius,,,.,., Massakroff,.,,,,, Popoff,,,,..,. STephan,,,,,,, Louka,,,,..., CHORUS Saturday Night ,,,,Margaref Ries ,..,,,,,,,,Vivian Waters Stella Campagna ,,Verl Busenbark .,,....,Art D'Angelo ,s,,,,,,Eugene Bell ...,PauI johanson Gus Erickson ,, Lois Carpenter Eighty-two Il QD Q Cb 0 FRANKLIN "STATIC" l:ranklin's annual vodvil, "Franklin Static," featuring the radio idea, was the best production of its kind presented in recent years. With Bob Miller and jack jarvis as masters of ceremonies, announcing the various acts over the "mike," the two perform- ances went off with the well-known "bang" and were full of fun from start to finish. "Collegiate Blues," a fast-moving I U song and dance act, was the feature of MBS Hunter' Dweclor the varied program, presenting late hits in a new and novel manner. Harmony came into its own with many ways of getting it over to the audience. Among the numbers were the Har- mony Boysg Plantation Halloween, a song and dance numberg "Night Club Idea", Sleepy Time Galsg and Girls' Octet. Novelty acts included a chalk talk by Vic Vieg, fencing by Greenwood and Fields, tumbling by the Garfield Tumblers, Laizure and Smith's nonsense act, Shakespearian hash, and a style show. Rasmussen NIGHT CLUB CHORUSES Eighty-three no fTir1i5mEQgr.D DEBATE TEAM Queen Anne 3 Franklin O W. Seattlem Z Franklin l Roosevelt 2 Franklin l Lincoln o...ooo 2 Franklin l l:ranklin's debate team ranks about fifth in the stand- ing of the Seattle school teams. This yearls topics for debate by the nega- tive and affirmative teams were: The Present jury System and the Philip- pine Question. Last fall, the team averaged about half and half in deci- Mr.Griffir1.Coach sions, but the spring term's was not as successful, losing all their debates by close decisions. Mr. Griffin coaches the negative teams, and Miss Hart, the affirmative teams. One-fourth of a credit is given for a semester's debating to those on the team. Other awards are a gold pin for four debates, and a bronze pin for two debates. The members of the debate team are as follows: The Fall Affirmative Team: Gerald Hemrich and Harriett Malcolm. Fall Negative Team: Sholto Salmon and Glen Williams. Spring Affirmative Teams: Catherine McLeod and Harriett Malcolmg Gerald Hemrich and Sholto Salmon. Spring Negative Team: Glen Williams and Gus Erickson. Hemrich McCleod Salmon Erickson Malcolm Willia Eighty-four Q Q r xmf THE IPIRIESX iznur 1, gp 1rc01Lc0 fb 0 4, V. z, ..-. , v Q R 5, . ' : . .g:' ., Q , f ' ra ' E: J Min - A . ws, ag .. . A ' QM 'i"1'i+5?,Z ' , ,M E . win ' . - 'mf , A ., 3 W Q 4' 1 5 y H 2 Q 55 ff, 'W' QURNJ ELAINE MARSH GERAU-CINE BUCKN Nonoyfhg fclftor I4S50C'JbfG fdflar Jenfof fdffor ,mcxc .JARVIS Jporfs !a'f'6or ' QQ3 '.v: A V. ,. V: , - g ,.., "" -izi DOROTHY BRENNAN Aaifezf flsfqg Mcrfrabger Eighfy-six I M QW-jfjffl W 0vk.eU'11-VC, Q Q pfpiej Z-M MQW UMW QQ Xi I + ja My 7253 I wwwfw , WJQA af-J iw. sex Q9 f WJVM U ga s Liv N, J, 'JUL Riva 55 'VLH , , . 9 gfk' fit? ffpf' 'Milf s ,A W H -.V tux., W 9 Wwfwf JP bm NM 'W -Q11 119 Q30 wx ww 'P l, - TQQQ Q .QT .Qin . 'Tvlh-521' 5 ff? ...AM Nc., ,. w Q Plc ni L si l5'fv'rw CM-, 5. , ,Ugly if A f !J4't,'iiGZi i 2 ,, ., ,A . l , i i i: T if l.1,,z,,.',2,1 ,i 2 1.35711 W? , , 'fi-e.1u:fsHg 5 nie-fs ntmw l V ,Y , fMLW- f 'T""" ilu . ' lv -A W . 1 ' " ' .mi . li CULTURAL ART BULLETIN The Cultural Art Bulletin is put out by a group of capa- ble girls headed by Miss Bisazza. These girls are Mary Ann Greene, chairman, Mar- jorie Manthe, Dorothy Mills, Gertrude Marshall, Virginia Hudgings, Ruth Buehrer, Sara Nichols and Rita Rubini. The bulletin is a paper that comes out every second Thursday and it contains items of cultural interest such as piano recitals, art ex- hibits, exceptional movie pic- tures or plays, and books. Each girl on the committee is given three or four places to visit each week. She goes there to find out any bits of interest and then writes them up for it. lf it is a person who is to be in Seattle, the girl in- terviews them. ln this way it is good experience for the girl. Eighty-eight THRIFT BULLETIN A cartoon, a clever slogan, and the week's banking per- centages combined to make the weekly thrift bulletin an interesting and informative. The entire bulletin was the work of Glen Smith and Don- ald Laizure under the advis- ership of Miss johnson. They alternated every week in put- ting out the bulletin. lt was put out every Monday in the school year, even after vaca- tion, Franklin's lead in the high school thrift race for the greater part of the school year was due indirectly to this publication, which presented peppy and sure-fire "sales" talks every week without fail. :gil .L f-.-.M .A if-1,1 nf 1 -.ts nm an 1,1-am my, ,Q .-ww, va My-:L . -Us ,M s 11.-we W sal. fm um- fv Q, A-,M M 2. L M wx W3 an .ft ., Q. 3. mga nl, ,imma at em MW -. vt if ww- fm max :meat my it .1 m www am www NM df wt- mf M4 M an fm .wwf ff my 1, M M fmt-X new-5 cur, .t Lf,-14.-1 man-f. X f mm vi.-.-tm W.-X an--f.wi-Q, :Nm .eu mm. ,W-, ms wmv wa -:M may if .. W-at aewmz :tae vmm, W ws- Mg ff-sq ww. tt. 11-1 1. -1 sm mtslx. 4 , A , 4 mmm :U sm,-yxwg mm my m-Jim mf- an nzrwfiwt-Lada, im -vw -Mi., .. .Q 'M mum v, 5 1 me Q-,a. M wx-me mama Q: wa- W- at-:wwf , aff: X-.fan 'J . :1-me Aff :agp Q- W, M- my ae uma, :em 1. mm . -1-mi., H--A L1--Q rim 1-4 M uw 1-:aa , K ' , Q lf: wwf, me W :pmam me-fum m nmmaamx xf-pw: ms.. '11 f H - X W if ,. 3-2917 Q. ' ' fi f-. m, -,nmlf -tv Af.---X .. .7 ,Q-u,,.vf. no 85:50 ' .GlRL'S CLUB attle Girls' Club Ode js' Club of Seattle, , Ye hear thy earnest call I faithfulness to girlhood. - The tie that binds us all. X loyal band of helpers Vv'hose tasks are never small. 'th cheer and love of purity, ay we bring joy to all, .0- 'YN ' .13 our lives be worthy Of true thought and true deed, AS day by day we progress While living well our creed. Oh, Girls' Club of Seattle, We're striving to be true To home, to school and country ln everything we do. THE. GIRIS' CLUB er .,,....,....,,,....r,....,.. ,,,,.., , MM' M C Home Phone, West 3332 C amey b School Phone, BEacon 09f6 Pfesldenf- -----A...... Y. ......ll.,,, ,..., ..l,,... J a ne Sheldon Y Phone RAinler 5037 Advis Vlcbpfbsldenl- ----- --A...---...., ....,.... R 0 betta Brown Rflinier 444l Recording Secretary ,.,......, ..vV..., G erry Buclmor RAlnler 27-H , Treamrer ........... .......,.,l,,,,..,. ,,... .,,... , R s Q Gallam i j No Phone l Corresponding Secretary ,,,..,, ,,,,,,, jenn Dygy i RAinier 5653 Chairman of Committees ...,............ Mary Sends 4 RAinier 4820 l v The purpose of the Girls' Club is to empha, 5 size service for others. courageous. unselflsh leadership. and cooperative team work. An endeavor is made to act high standards, ethi- calnscholastlc and soclalg and to foster a X spxrxtlof loyalty for the beat interats of the schoo . l c I i --l0-- l i GREENBOOK Bill Speidel, Chairman Boys Josephine Nicholls, Chr. Girls Charles Henry Roger Evans COMMITTEES AND Cl'-IAIRMEN Administrative Department-President Bulletin Board ..,,,, .......,,.... . .. ,.r, Dorothy Misef Chairman of Committees ,,,. .l.,. , .. ,r,. Mary 50055 Exchange .....,,,..., r..... .....ee, l..,,.,. . . . ...Hazel Sunil A ' rdlqv ,A,, Y ,4A,,,,AC, ,Y,,,,4.,,, H arriet Human Eiflilslifok, ,...,,. ..,,,,...ee,.... Josephine Nichols Service Department-Recording Secretary ' ......,.., .. ....,,,,., ....,V .,..,,... -r,- .l n e Staelzef Alnmyw .....,,,.... Rlarion Hitt A umni .,........ r,,.. cuimmi Am e...., , ,,,. Mars' M312 Creme . ,,..... .Katherxne Brown .Tomi Ariizumi Four o'Clock Tea... ....., . ,.... of-rances Terr Filing., ,..l..... A... . Floral...--W ,...., .l,,,,,.,. . ' d h' ..,,....,,,...,.,..,.,,,.,,.,.,... Edith Summers lrrrqlsljoxjedfcnt ....,,,,...r...... Dorothy Mae Brennan Log: and Found ..,. ....--- --.., - -------'-----ff' A I 'Ce Mu" Lunch:-oom.... .... .. ....,... Bernice Pearson I - S ,,A,AAAA ,,vw,, ,A,,,.A ,,.,. ,,., L o 5 s Austin .......... . .... .,.Carol Schaerenstein Social Service ....,, ...........,. A lice Armstrong Teachers. ,,.,,,,. ..,.. .,...... ,,,,. S e t suko KaehxvvB8l Typewmins, ,k,v,,AAAA, ,,,,. , ,,,,,, Grazia Hendricks V,ra,d,0be KVRKA A .A,,ww..A ,,,,AA A A, Y,,,,,, Dorothy ffll8rr01l1 Decorations-Thanksgiving and Christmas Cryer Welfare Department-C0l'fMP0Ddi58 Secretary COMMITTEE jack larvis Robert lahn Edith Summers Effie Mae Summers GREENBOOK mong the publications of the year was the Greenbook, edited by Bill Spiedel, with Charles l-lenry, Roger Evans, lack larvis, Bob lahn, losephine Nicholls, Edith and Effie Summers serving as reporters. This book, dedi- cated to Miss lVlcCarney and Mr. Reseberg, served as a valuable individual source of information for Franklin students. This is the first Creenbook Franklin has had for three years. No profit is made on these books, as the committee aims to sell only enough copies to cover the cost of publishing. About six hundred and fifty students took advantage of this opportunity. This book contains the work of the Boys' and Girls' Club, athletic schedules, data about the classes, officers of clubs, the school calendar and general information. lt leaves spaces for addresses and phone numbers, memorandums and an identifi- cation blank. Eighty-nine 'iN ATIHILIETIIQS Inv' W i- mQD QCInco Mr. Kirk, Coach ll For want of a place-kicker the championship was lost." . . . "Pop" Reed's take-off on that old nursery rhyme about the king that lost his kingdom because his horse threw a shoe is a fit way to describe Franklin's l 929 foot- ball season, in which the Green Wave finished one point behind Garfield, winning five out of six games. Coach Kirk had been building for this year's team for several years and he had eleven lettermen returning in Captain Ross Pedersen, john Burton, Dominic Constantino, Paul Kimball, Trygve Hansen, Frank Nichols, Al Stedman, Merritt Maurer, Frank De Caro, and Eugene Bell. Meeting the champion Garfield Bulldogs in the first game of the season, the Quakers dropped a heart-breaker by a single point, 7-6, when a place-kicked try-for-point was only inches wide of the goal posts. lt was this unfortunate break that proved to be the mole-hill that turned into a mountain and landed the Wave in second place instead of at the top. Rich Maurer Kimball C-higlione Ninety-three FOOTBALL 1930 Franklin ..s.,.,. 6-7 .......... Garfield Franklin ...a.a.. 6-O a..a..s W. Seattle Franklin--- .... l9-2 ....... Broadway Franklin css...s 20-O .aa..a. Cleveland Franklin .s.a..a 27-O a.......... Lincoln Franklin ........ 7-O ........ Roosevelt . rs Ti XIX Q . E52 it is xq l X. - ., , K 'T K S ,Leis 56. 528 yang an fi!! -Zhi 'D77d,uf6f Mfilffl ffaaaffe 772 cafag g-"I I 1 flfff lfffgfv' -2 ffl yu ,lfcf3i", 2 171 f-- We f' is-I ,l. Q ,-filfd!-f Il QI TCUJLCO Q Cb C 0492! Ut' fifqexf-6 rr' A41 f IFKJ lf I 'V lf' 1 jf "'l'C ijgf li' 0176 7720 re- S eQS 075' '. A, C negf fgff M 'sf sssss A , s if yr ,er sift W. if il f .af ,if fail Q' Sful' ron West SeattlawasflslilledX6 toKO, and fthose old rivals, the Broadway Tigelf , were taken by a score of l9-2. Cleveland Cf!lHc1?T ffllf. succumbed to a squad composed mostly ot scrubs, ZO to O, and Captain Pedersen led his mates to a decisive 2.7-O victory over Lincoln. In the final game with Roosevelt after Garfield had already cinched the title, Franklin was outplayed by the Rough Riders and it was only Ross Pedersen's 82-yard run for a touchdown on the kick-off opening the second half that gave Franklin a victory. Nineteen men played the required number of quarters to win their big They are: Ross Pedersen, john Burton, Dominic Constantino, August Chiglione, Paul Kimball, Trygve Hansen, Bob Wallis, Bill Duncan, lack Barber, Al Stedman, Stan Rich, Merritt Maurer, Harold Hoyt, Eugene Bell, Chuck Callin, Came- ron Callin, lack Gilliam, Frank De Caro and Dick Camp. Ross Pedersen, the husky, plunging half-back that captained Burton Duncan Gilliam Camp h, Ninety-four if JC! J! 4' . ,, .4 . - ' 4 3 j , 'T' I JW? Vjlff, ' I I. I s ,, fiihs D i 1 ,lY4' Il QI Q Cb 0 -I... Barber Hoyt Bell Constantino the Wave for two years, was one of the three Franklin players to be chosen on the all-city team. The others were john Burton, who placed at guard for the second time, and Chuck Callin, who took his brother's place at quarter in mid-season and filled it to perfection. The player who is voted the greatest inspiration to the team during the playing season is awarded the Warner trophy. This year john Burton was chosen by his fellow players to have his name engraved on the cup. Besides being the outstanding player in the prep league, john had that fighting spirit that drove the team on. Burton graduates this year and will be greatly missed. Lettermen who will be back next fall to form the nucleus around which Coach Doug Kirk will form his l93l grid team are: Merritt Maurer, Paul Kimball, Chuck Callin, Trygve Han- sen, jack Gilliam, Dick Camp, Harold Hoyt, Gene Bell, Frank De Caro and Cameron Callin. , rf .C - , , Ll S . . 1 , r5.!g ,Q if t ux..f"f4,. t lx- M- -f 1--tk. ,ai j N, ...r g gf .J n ' i ' c 5 . f i De Caro Cameron Callin a"WWallis-- , 6 ffflyetzfirflf ' ' - f i J J , " " at I ff? X V J Q! , ,Y V v l i 4 l 1 l l KU .ul a . l xi 55,3 , Jjfflt T l lf T iJ f QQJQX ll QI -Q CL 0 ,U , QQ is X N73 Back row, reading left to right: McCue, Holland, Richards, Daly, Hawes. Front row, reading left to right: Tulip, Martenson, Klinefelter, Rugg, Boni, Brougham. SECON D TEAM FOOTBALL As something for the first string to try their plays and condition themselves on, the second team was a decided success. But in actual playing against other sec- ond teams, the season was a wash-out. Only two of the six scheduled games were played because the other teams did not have enough players. L FRESHMAN FOOTBALL urprising everyone but them- selves, "Pop" Reed's Frosh stepped out and won the champion- ship. Lincoln fell first, 27-O. Queen Anne went down on the short end of a 26-O score, Ballard lost 20-O, and Cleveland was downed, 48-O. ln the play-off Roosevelt was taken to the tune of 6 to O. Back row, reading left to right: Scott, Holdsworth, C. Kimball, Yorio, Lowe, Wil- liams, jordan, Seyeller, Stallcop, Maginnis. Front row, reading letf to right: Baker, Ben- nett, R. Kimball, Mills, Falkenstein, Doughty, Cuper, Kenny, Tate. Toribara on top of Falkenstein. Ninety-six 119 Q Cfb q3 Ninety 119 Q30 BASKETBALL Franklin ,, ,,, Queen Anne. ,, 23 Franklin , Roosevelt ... ...,v I2 Franklin Aaa.. , ...,. Lincoln aaaa..,a,a,.. Zl Franklin ,,aaaa,,aa Broadway a...,.,a, 20 Franklin a,,,aaa,,, Garfield .,....,,aaaa l8 Franklin ..,...ea,A Cleveland aae...... l8 Franklin ,,,,aa,,, Ballard ,,,aa,,,,aa,, l 8 Franklin aaeaaaeaa, West Seattle. a,aa i5 Franklin ,,a,a,aaa7 Cleveland ......... l 8 Franklin aaa,aa,aa7 Queen Anne. aa..a l6 Franklin .w....,... Lincoln ,,aa,,,,aa,,, 22 Franklin ,,..,.,a.. Queen Anne. a,,,a l 8 Although Captain Frank lNifty Nickl Nichols and his mates failed to come out victorious after a triple tie for the championship with Queen Anne and Lincoln, the Green Wave's basketball season was a decided success, the Wave winning eight and losing four, two of these in the cham- pionship round. ln the first round the Quakers were taken by Queen Anne in the first game but came back strong to down Roosevelt, Lincoln, Broadway and Garfield before Cleveland pulled an upset and set them down. Ballard and West Seattle were next to fall. ln the second round Cleveland and Queen Anne were both badly trounced in revenge for the early season beatings. But in the game that would have cinched the championship, Lincoln came out ahead, throwing Franklin, Queen Anne and Lincoln into a triple tie. ln the semi-final play-off, the Kuays nosed out an l8-l7 victory, eliminating the Green Wave from the run- ning. Lincoln then beat Queen Anne to take the championship, which Franklin had been working towards for four years. But though they didn't land on top, the Quakers had two Stedman Campbell Pedersen Nichols V' f 54 . l if-:Q QM 1 ll J Q.. 1. 1- ,, g 135 ,f X i .assi l i . L A Q , cs f 1 as is Q ' I 1 X 7, s ,Tr " .21-. J l ff - - r' 5 .- . , ,... -'-- -. ' 1 --" . Q . N, . . -s --..,., ,...... , , . .. -. l . -., -.,: ,,-, -..... . . - W -L KQQESNQ wiXN9f', X' Q t 1 ' - ..... . ' A F . W I - - 5 ,.,. Q Ninety-eight no 553.0 S. Rich L, Rich Dickie Gruger notable achievements to their credit. They scored more points and had fewer scored against them than any team. Frank Nichols, three times all-city man and twice captain, completed an all-time scoring record for a single season of l 32 points and for three years of 345. SECON D TEAM BASKETBALL -l-he "Winless Wonders," so named because of their losing streak which lasted through the whole first round, in which they dropped eight games in a row, were certainly a contrast to the first squad. ln the championship round they broke into the win column with victories over Cleveland and Queen Anne and tied Lincoln. Letters winners were: Ralph Shomberg, jack Barber, Melvin Paulson, Art D'Angelo, Bill Le May, Russ Skallerud, Desmond Canavan and Bob Hawes. Le May Barber D'AngeIo Paulson Hawes Shomberg Ninety-nine no ,Gale Ives Horiuchi Lyford Camp Resebu g O'Brien Kiene Moser SOPH BASKETBALL -l-he Quaker Sophomore hoopsters won the championship in their division, the first time that a Franklin Soph aggregation has done this in twelve years. They suffered only one reverse during the whole season and piled up 243 points to their opponents l76. Developing from' a mediocre Freshman outfit, the Sophs swept through the opposition easily. Captain Ed Lyford at cen- ter, Ives and Moser at guards, and Weinker and Kiene playing forward, was the best combination. V FROSH BASKETBALL Mediocre material and poor shoot- ing could not be balanced by a good defense alone, so "Pop" Reed's yearlings were just an average Freshman basketball team. They were green and they started slow, winning three and losing tive. jones Moser Seyller Hamilton Doughty One Hundred no Q50 Mr. Reed, Coach BASEBALL Cleveland 3 Franklinss Lincoln .llll .l3 Franklinu Broadway 6 Franklin-, W. Seattlea- 4 Franklins- Queen Annel O Franklind Ballard .ede 23 Franklins- Garfield ,edd, l2 Franklin- Roosevelt 6 Franklin, Queen Anne 7 Franklin- With the best infield in the city and a hard-hitting outfield, Franklin's l93Oi ball team, under the tutelage of Coach Ralph Reed, looked as if it would be going some place if the pitching picked up, but that depart- ment was noticeably weak at press time, Cleveland bowing to Lapasin and Lincoln routing three hurlers with eighteen hits. Attempting to follow in the footsteps of Scott Fiscus were Lapasin, jones, Valella, Lowe and Crandall. Behind the plate were Connors, jordan and Burke. Pedersen at first, and Rich at short, were the only members of last year's infield back. They were supported at their positions by Starkey and Parker. Second base was underclassmen's heaven with Di julio, Seyller and Reseburg cavorting around the second sack. Balbi and Stallcop held down the hot corner. Fly-chasers were few but they were all hard hitters. Sollick, Burton, Shom- berg, Weinker, Tulip and Kenny were the outfielders. THE TEAM One Hundred One ll QI Q :rr 0 'U TRACK ygssmsewvr W. Seattle--73 3X5 Franklin ,,,, 39 3X5 Q. Anne , ,. 69 lf3 Broadwaymzz 1X3 Franklin ., , Zl U3 Garfield -mes U2 RQOSQVQIL-20 5X6 Franklin ,,,, 22 ZX3 An-cify Frosh .. ..,,aa,a Sl 3X4 Sophs .,aaa. - 9 A large turnout greeted Coach Kirk's initial call for track men with tour veterans returning. Captain Hansen in the dashes and broad jump, Rich in the hurdles, Burnett in the high jump, and Daly in the pole vault, were the veterans. Many others were also showing up well early in the season. Besides Hansen, Kirk and Polokotf in the dashes and Vlastnik in the broad jumpg Martenson and Camp in the weightsg Stoss, D'Angelo, Hendrickson and Boni in distance and middle-dis- tance: and Lewis and Skarp in the pole vault. An exceptional group of Frosh showed early season promise, among them being Maginnis, Doughty, Huess, Scott and Ben- Neff. Franklin lost to West Seattle and was to compete next in the relay carnival at the "U" and then in a triangular meets with Broadway and Queen Anne, and Garfield and Roosevelt. The climax of the season was the All-City meet May 29. One Hundred Two 119 QJC GOLF l:ranklin's golf team looked like potential champions as we went to press, having won all five matches played. Cleveland, Garfield, Broadway, Queen Anne and Lincoln were the teams that bowed to the Quaker golfers. Ballard, last year's champs, had also won five matches, but they dropped the sixth. Czarniecki was the only man to win every point in every match. The team consisted of Czarniecki, Campbell, Nickols, Ander- son, Murphy, Nelson, Smith, Hadley, Raschke and johnson. TENNIS -lennis, never strong among the minor spring sports, was no exception this year. As we went to press only two matches had been played and both were lost, Broadway and West Seattle being the victors. Members of the team in the order they were ranked were: Russell Skallerud, Roger Evans, Don Laizure, Dick Burnett, Howard Thomas and lack Woodman. Edgar Scofield and Morris Gershon were also making strong bids for places on the team. One Hundred Three 119 Q30 BOYS' I NTRAM U RAL Under the guid- ing hand of R. N. Knapp, boy's gym instructor, intramural sports have com- pleted another successful year, provid- ing healthful recreation for a large number of boys who have afternoons to spare. The after-school basketball league got under way soon after school started and ran till Thanksgiving, Campbellis team winning in the A Division and Hamilton's in B Division. An 8 o'clock league was formed later and played from R. N. Knapp, Instructor Thanksgiving to Christmas. The juniors won the inter-class basketball championship and then were beaten by the faculty. Following basketball came intramural volleyball, which the Seniors won. The juniors were second, the Frosh third, and the Sophs fourth. The faculty was to take on the Seniors for the school championship. Interest in soccer lagged and no tournament was arranged as in previous years. The cross-country run was not held this year either, but various other events were scheduled. Indoor and outdoor baseball leagues were being formed as Tolo went to press and an outdoor track meet and a golf tournament were in the offing. Horseshoe and tennis tournaments were also planned, but there was not sufficient interest in them and they died a lingering death. One Hundred Four ll QI TCDLCD ,jp g QD GIRLS' ATHLETICS irls' athletics en- joyed another successful year under the leadership of Miss A. B. Shaw and Miss Catherine Rogers, who gave unsparingly of their time to help the large number of girls who turned out for intramural athletics. The first fall sport was soccer for the Freshmen girls and hockey for the other three classes. Sophomores, juniors and Seniors were taken to the University of Washington to see a demonstration game. ln the inter-class tournament, MESA, B. Shaw, ,,,Sf,uCt0, which was refereed by U. of W. physical education students, the Seniors won the championship. Basketball was the next sport on the girls' athletics calendar. The Senior girls again showed their superiority in sports by win- ning the inter-class championship in this sport also, winning the Elden trophy. A year-around sport was hiking. Eight interesting hikes were taken during the year. The first was through the woods from school to Madrona. Along Seward Park Boulevard to Rose Street was the route of the next one. A Christmas greens hike on Mercer Island was taken with the girls from Roosevelt and Lincoln. Next was a tramp to Fort Lawton along the beach. The fifth hike was up from Renton through the woods. SPORT MANAGERS Davis lacobs Hamada Waters A. Haberland Egner S. Haberland Strickler Armstrong Scarramuzzo Cryer Yates One Hundred Five i I 1190 530 SOPHOMORE HOCKEY Ewart Hopp l. Medley M. Medley Mills Hamada Hopton Scarramuzzo Garrison Treglown Kelley Schuman There are to be three more hikes before the end of the year. These are to be a breakfast hike, another from Leschi to the University and a third to Seola Beach. Spring sports opened with volleyball, which the Seniors won. Baseball and track turnouts started the second week in May. On May l7 Miss Shaw took thirty-five girls to the annual high school play-day at the Girls who took over the thankless job of managing the girl athletics were: Helen lacobs, Freshman soccerg Anna Haber- land, hockeyg May Waters, Freshman basketball, Alice Arm- strong, Soph, junior, Senior basketball, Helen Cryer, hikesg Adelaide Egner and losephine Yates, volleyballg Marguerite Scaramuzzo, baseballg and Betty Strickler, track. BASEBALL One Hundred Six ll QI TGDLGD ,jg QD SENIOR BASKETBALL fChampsl Hamilion Strickler Waters Haberland Yates IUNIOR VOLLEYBALL Amelleff Nestor Kerns Lind Shields Wing Haberland FRESHMEN SOCCER Thompson McClelland Hayes De Marco Garrison Miller Sfrodoff Shimada Couch Robinson Hemrich fix. One Hundred Seven w I UIIQGANIIZATIIGQDNS ll QD TCCDLGD- ,jj QD sam. Bennett ,john Gruger ., ..,Betty Sands ,,,,,,,Adviser Skallerud Gruger Sands Russ Skallerud ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,.,,,, P resident ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, john Gruger ,,,,,,,,A,,,. o. ,,........ Vice-Presidentzw, Betty Sands ,,,,.,,. ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,, S ecretary,,,,,,, Miss Edith Page Bennett ...,,. .,,.. e , ,ee,,, W SENIORS Sands, Betty Miyamoto, Fumi Adams, janet Allamano, Marilouise Ariizumi, Fumi Backstrom, Harold Brown, Roberta Buckner, Geraldine Callin, Charles Champreaux, jeanne Davis, Ernest Epstein, Lucille Fazio, Theresa Felton, Evelyn Fiscus, john Fulton, Russell Gallant, Rae Gershon, Maurice Gray, Aletha Gruger, john Gustafson, Roy Hebner, Philip Hillgren, Lillian Hutchinson, jack lsaacson, Wilma johnson, Bernice james, Ralph Kanazawa, Misao Kashiwagi, Satsuko Kerns, Eleanor Laizure, Donald Lewis, Gertrude MacRae, Robert Matsuda, Yoichi Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Eugene Mimbu, William Miyamoto, Shotaro McDonald, joe Monette, Isabelle Monette, Murial McWilliams, Roberta Murley, Marion Nakatani, Kinuko Nestor, Doris Nicholls, josephine Orman, Stanley Pashley, jean Patterson, Mildred Polokoff, john Schneider, Mary L. Schaefer, Milner Scharfenstein, Carol Sheldon, jane Shinowara, George Shinowara, josie Summers, Effie Mae Summers, Edith Tsukuno, Mary Van,,Houten, Una R. Wildermuth, jane Wing, jane Yoshida, Mine jUNlORS Barnum, Ruth Bell, Fontella Bianchi, Renato Brandalise, Albina Brehm, Katherine Buchner, Betty Bush, Robert Callendar, Winifred Camehl, Alice Cox, Emily Champreaux, Audrey Davenport, Margaret Delfel, Marcella Delfel, Winifred Delzer, Doris Des Camp, Raymond Erickson, Edith Foisie, Virginia Fujimoto, Frank Ghiglione, Bill Gilbert, Ralph Golub, Orville Goss, Betty Hayes, Dorothy Hazen, Wilber Herring, Virginia Hicks, Charlotte Hikida, Harue Hogan, Geraldine lchihara, Kaoru jones, Kenneth Kerr, Nelson Klatzker, Margaret Morgan, Mary Moseley, Susan Murakami, Ayako Nagaishi, Kenji Nelson, Lois Nishimura, Toshimi Ottesen, Ruth Packard, Harry Person, Hanna Ramsey, Mary Raymond, Ruth Roe, Anna May Sao, Taraichi Shields, Elaine Shimanaka, Frederick Simmonds, Alice Springer, Helen Sinclair, Beth Smith, Fredericka Smith, Helen Sonoda, Yaeko Tomita, Hideo Webb, Mildred Welch, Richard Wood, Helen SOPHOMORES Allyn, William Anderson, Violet Bateman, Homer Brandalise, Albina Buckley, john Chinn, Amy Castleton, jean Chriest, june Davis, Maxine Engstrom, Gladys Faunce, Lucille Flammant, Louise Goodrich, john Greene, Mary Ann Griffin, Dorothy Hamada, Rose Harada, Ruth Hillgren, Vivian Hirata, George Hoffman, Ruth Hopton, Harriett Hutchinson, Ann lshikawa, Kyoko johnson, Ann jensen, james Knemeyer, Margaret Kogane, Mitsumasa Kolstad, Marjorie Kanazawa, Kiyoko Landry, Le Royce Lindquist, Tyne Mamiya, Masimi Maxson, john Marshall, Gertrude Masuda, Minoru McAllister, Margaret McClelland, Elizabeth McCumber, jack McNair, lsabelle McNamara, Margaret Mills, Dorothy Medley, Maude Pearman, Rose Paulson, Olive Payne, Marguerite Perkins, Merle Reseburg, Bud Richards, Ethel Marie Rolin, Howard Sakuma, Tadashi Sese, Shigeko Sheldon, Maxine Sims, Zella Shimahara, Hiroshi Sherman, Freda Strover, Kathryn Sullivan, jacquelyn Thompson, Robert Toyoii, Toshio Tomita, Yuciko Trumble, Lorene Turner, Mary Uyeki, Chiyeko Viele, jack Wankling, Hershal Winningham, joslynn Williamson, Glenn Yamada, Kenjiro Young, Charles One Hundred Eleven i ll QI Gao ,own Sheldon, Brown Dyer Gallant Buckner McCarney lane Sheldon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,.A,,,, ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,,,, P r e sident Roberta Brown ,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Vice-President Geraldine Buckner .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, . ,Recording Secretary Rae Gallant ,,,,,..,..,.,,,,,, ,..,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,....,, .,,,,,,,, T r e asurer lean Dyer ,,,Y,, .,..,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.v,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, C orresponding Secretary Miss Margaret McCarney ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,..,, ,,,,,.....,, A dviser GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Administrative Department Faculty Adviser ,,,,....,, Margaret McCarney Bulletin Board ,,,,...,.,,,,,,.A,,, Dorothy Miger Chairman of Chairmen ,...,,,,,,,, Mary Sands Service Department Faculty Adviser ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gretchen Shaw Ability ,,,, ,,......,,,,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, C ora Griffin Cultural Arts ,,,,,,,v.,,...., Mary Ann Greene Decorations, Xmas and Thanksgivingm ,,,,,.Helen Cryer Filing .,.,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Katherine Brown Floral ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, . ..Fumi Arizumi Four o'Clock Tea ,..... .,,,,, .,,,, F r ances Tarr Friendship ..,....Y. . ,,,.,....,,,, Edith Summers Improvement ,,,,,,,,,, Dorothy Mae Brennan House Manager ,,,,.... Katherine Goldsmith Exchange eeefe, . .,,,,,,,..,,.,,,...,,,,, Hazel Scott Extension ....,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,.,, Harriet Harnan Green Book ,,,,,., losephine Nicholls Historian ,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,.....,,,, S fella Fessenden LGTTEI' Book .,,,,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lela Tremper POSter eee......,e,e,,......, Marjorie lean Elmore Party Reports ,,...,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, B illie Barfee Scrap Book .v..,,,, ,...,,,,,,,.. H elen lacobs TOIO BOOK ....eeeee,e.. .eY,,, A nne Seidelhuber Tolo Clippings ,.,,,,,,,,, Genevieve Thayer Volunteer Book ,,,,...,,, ,,,,,,, L ottie Kehoe Chairman, Publicity Division,,Evelyn Dyer Program Department Faculty .Adviser ,,,,...,A,,,,,,, Harriet Dohney Decoration... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...., Beth Sinclair Entertainment, Parties ,,,,,,...,,,, , ,oYY,Y,, , .V eeeeeeeee.eee,eee,ee.,, Roberta McWilliams Favors, ..., ,..ee,eeee...,,,,,, A lice Beachwood Funrnakers ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Evelyn Peterson Music ,,,,,, W, ,,,,,. Winnifred Waddington Party Tickets ,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,, Theresa Fazio Program, Meetings, ,Jessie Mae Duncan Property ,,,e,,ee,,, .,,Mary Louise Schneider Refreshments , ,,,,,,e,ee ,,,,. G race Storey Vodvil ee,,,,,,. ee,,,,,,,. , ,Fredericka Smith Reception ,eeee ,e,,ee,,. , ,Catherine Splaine Program, Assemblies ,...,, Marion Hitt Dramatic Groups ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, G race Quale lnVifaTiOn eeee, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, j anet Adams Research eeee ,,,,e,,,,,, , losephine Nicholls One Hundred Twelve Lost and Found, ., .e,,,,,,e,,,,,,,,,., Alice Muir Lunchroom .....,., ,,,..,...c,, . Bernice Pearson Minute Girls ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,Lois Austin P. T, A. Ushers ,,,,,,,,,,. Carol Scharfenstein Social Service ,,,,,, Teachers ,,,.,,,,,, Alice Armstrong .,,,, Setsu ka Kashiwagi Typing ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gracia Hendricks Wardrobe ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Dorothy Charroin Welfare Department Faculty Adviser ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., Anna Bell Shaw Athletics ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Charm ,e,,,ee,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,Arina Haberland Susan Mosely Girls' Rest Room ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gretchen Garber Good Fellowship ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kate Castleton Health , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, G wen Pottortf Honor Girls .,., , ,,,Una Rose Van Houten Memorial Awards ,,,,,,,,,,, Wilma Isaacson Scholarship, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Eleanor Kerns Senior Sister ,,,, , ,,,,,, Elizabeth Schilplin Standards ,,,,,,,,, ,. ,,,, Katherine Mitchell Student Grade Advisory e,,,,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,,,eee ,, ,Jeanne Champreux Vocational ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, Barbara lacobson Doctor and Nurse ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Edith Ohman Nutrition ,, .,,,,,,,, ,.e.,,ee,,,eee 19 530 ffw Pedersen Chiglione Speidel Miller Rainboth Reseburg Ross Pedersen ,,,,,.. ,,,, ,,,,, ,YYY,,YY,,Y,Y,. P r 9 Sidenf August Chiglione.. ..,.,, .. ,,,,,,. Vice-President Bill Speidel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, R ecording Secertary Eugene Miller ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,....., .,.,,,,,,,,,,,.. .,.,,. T r e asurer Le Roy Rainboth . ,..,,.......,,A..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Corresponding Secretary Mr. Walter 1. Reseberg ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,...,e,.,,,,,,,,,.,...,,,,, Adviser BOYS' CLUB COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Intramural Sports ,,,,,,,,,,,... Charles Freidel Grade School Advisers ,Y,. ,YY,,,Y B ill Speidel Lunchroom ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, j ohn Munsey Standards ,,,.,,........,,,,,,,,,, Gerald Hemrick Creenbook ,,,,,,,,,,,, .. .,,,,,..... Bill Speidel Social Service ,,,.Y...... ..YY,,,, l oe McDonald Service ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, R ussell Skallerud Ticket ,,,..Y,, ,,,,,,,,...,,,,.. , ,,,, 1 ack Woodman BOYS' CLUB elping to establish enthusiasm for activities among the Franklin boys is the object of the Boys' Club. Electing the officers for two semesters started the activ- ity for this year. This club sponsored as their first event the Father and Son banquet, given annually in honor of the football squad. l-lec Edmundson, basketball and track coach of the University of Washington, and Steve Anderson, international hurdles cham- pion, spoke. Boys' Club combined with the Girls' Club in presenting the vodvil, in October. The various committees, under the officers, and in conjunction with the C-irls' Club committees, helped the school and students in numerous ways. The last event of the year was the Boys' Club Conference held at Fortuna Park. About two hundred and fifty members were present. Buying the athletic equipment and promoting the general spirit of athletics throughout the school, the Boys' Club has come through with a successful year. One Hundred Thirteen ll QI TCC ILC Q Cb GD E V' managed, took tick- Hl-Y E ets and ushered at the " ..., to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and commu- nity high standards of Christian character," in v 1 Civic Stadium, pro- vided transportation, 1 and served as grade E, g if '1""' school advisers. Mr. it C S. P. Trathen is the active adviser of the feature of the year's i'fr-w.-nut: , is the pur- group. The pose of the Franklin l-li-Y Club, activities was the Mothers' and a branch of an international or- Sons' Banquet held at the Mt. ganization composed entirely Baker Presbyterian Church last ot separate groups of high school boys. ln Franklin it has twenty-tive members, devoted to school and community service. Cocoa was served by the group to the foot- ball team during the season, members helped with the October. Mrs. Stanley Long, president ot the Y. W. C. A., was the main speaker. Other speakers ot the year were Mr. Upton, Earl Dome ot the "Y," Mr. Evanson of Korea, and Mr. E. C. Flem- ing, assistant su- perintendent of public schools k Bill Duncan .. ..,...,....,.. President W O F O V1 O U r Ross Pdedersen .......... Vice-Eresident O IUSCOUH- - - AI te man .............. ecretary fleldi asslsl-ed Merritt Maurer . ......,,,,... Treasurer ty v Wa S l'l ' in coaching, ington. One Hundred Fourteen ll Q :ll , GD s at games they were there in full force to White sweaters sporting a bright green "F" and the small HQ. M." These are the insignia that success given was the g picnic at Lincoln Beach, where each T CD ll.. CD T rffgfi i i s fsgs ggi lend their pep. A big " 'V fi 5 V X, riff? K, N ax member took one of the women teachers. designate one of Franklin's most Last on the program was a picnic spirited organizations. The for all of the members given at Quaker Maids, newly organized Gerry Buckner's summer home this year, is a club of girls who at Manchester. At the last have won an "F" in athletics. During the year the girls in the club have sponsored two play-days with girls from other high schools, a St. Patrick's Day breakfast, and an overnight hike at Lake Taps for the members. The meeting of the year officers for the ensuing year were elected. Thelma Burke was chosen to handle the helm of the organiza- tion and she will be as- sisted by lune Haber- land in the office of vice - president. Lois Bowden will record the min- u tes of th e Club also Spon- Ann Haberland ....... ,. President Club' lvlern- Josephine Yates .. . Vice-President ' sored a health Thelma Emerg Nswetary bership of assembly and club is 50. One Hundred Fifteen it QI 11. Q COMMERCIALCLUB -l-he Commercial Club is organ- ized for the benefit of commercial students who are interested in learning more about the business world than their course offers. The club has had many interesting speakers at their meetings, which are held monthly. During the year the club had visited the Telephone Building in Seattle and the State Capitol Building at Olympia. This club is noted as being one of the few organizations in Franklin that offers refreshments at all of their meetings. The club has about thirty-five regis- tered members and three committees-the Refreshment, the Program and the Publicity. lt has been an active organization in Franklin for many years, and continues to draw a large num- ber of interested students. Another of the club's activities is the trips they make. This year they went down to visit the Capitol Building at Olympia. They were guided about the Capitol by judge French. Five cars were filled with members, and everybody had a marvelous time. They also visited the Telephone Building here in Seattle. When the Puyallup Western Washington Fair was on, they went to visit it. When the Annual went to press they were planning a trip that was going to be a picnic. Wilda Goodman .....,................ President ......... ......... M amie Divyak Mary lane Sheldon .......... ...Vice-President ......... ,....... E velyn Hand Mamie Divyak ......... .... ....... S e crefary ......... ......... G ertrude Odne Maxine Davies ,.... ....,....... T reasurer ..,...... ..,..... F lorence Nicoli Mr. Bailey ........ . .... ............... . .............. A dviser One Hundred Sixteen 1 QI QS ci 0 THE THRIFT CLUB ayings, be they ever so wise, have a way of becoming triteg not so with Franklin's wise word as to thrift, "A penny saved is a penny earned"g it serves as the motto of The Thrift Club of our high school and has become a really active principle in the lives of our students. This has been a good year in the matter of thrift. Under the leadership of Roy Holland, Franklin has consistently held sec- ond place-no small achievement when one realizes how keen has been the competition among the nine high schools of the city. The "faces" on Franklin's totem pole have gone up and gone down as the fortunes of the various schools rose and fell- and hundreds of pairs of eyes in Franklin's halls scanned their movements with keen interest. While Franklin's percentage of savings has been-and is- very creditable, her aim is not, primarily, to make a high per- centage, but rather to inculcate in her sons and daughters the habit of saving wisely in order to live more fully. Virginia Herring Grant Wilson Elizabeth Fitzpatrick Dave King Dorothy Parsons john Wayne Margaert Klatzker George Ferris Marjorie Fisher Dorothy Keller Frank Toribara Fred Wise Virginia Hansen john Reynolds Richard Lewis Ruth Stryker johnny Moser Minnie Moekin joe Tremper Anna Haberland Betty McNamara Art McNeal Frank Eberharter Charles Friedel Katheryn Smades Martha Kent Bill Hannah jean Whittle Robert Thompson Bob Finton Helen Kiger Maurice Sunderland Melvin Massena Bernice johnson Clibbord Edwards Henry Minami Helen Pierson Charlotte Von Herberg Marie Murphy Glen Smith Herald Ritter Charles Thornton Dorothy Partrige Eva Rossi Henry Supino Anna Sumner Cora Griffin Russ Fulton August Ghiglione One Hundred Seventeen -" mgbz iffbof DEBATE CLUB -l-he club is one of importance to students and to Franklin. lt trains the students for interschol- astic debating. The two questions debated upon this year were: Resolved, that the Philippine Islands should have their independence, and, Resolved, that the final examinations should be abolished. Gerald -Hemrich .. ..,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P resident Katherine McLeod ,,,,,,,, ...,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S e cretary-Treasurer SPANISH CLUB that was presented at a suburban theatre this year. Another big event of the year was the party in january, which was well attended. The Spanish Club has a membership of sixty students. Effie Mae Summers . ..,......,..... President ....,,,,...,,.,.. Effie May Summers Myron Climenson .... ,... ........ V i ce-President .,..,....,.. ,........ B irky Howard jack Hutchinson. , .,...., Secretary7Treasurer... ., ...... lack Hutchinson El Abuelo was the Spanish film Miss Perry ,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Advisers ..,...,., A,,,,,,, ..,.,...,,,, M i ss Quigley One Hundred Eighteen ......-.-,.-,...,...,.....,... 119 Q C110 wt., TUSITALA CLUB The club is composed of literary aspirants. This year they have gathered together the stories that have been written by past members and those that are being written now. These will be put together in a book. , Edith Summers ,Y,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. , President ,,,,,,,,. ..,,,,,,,, 1 osephine Nichols Frances Summers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Vice-President ,,,,,.,,.A,., W Frances Summers Mary bouise Schneiderm Secretary-Treasurerm ,.,. ...,..... M arion Noth Miss Lindberg ,,,,.,,,...,,.,....., ,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,,,.....,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,... A d viser AVIATION CLUB organizations, was formed for the benefit of the school's embryo Lindberghs. The club's program included several trips, at in- tervals throughout the past year, to different airplane factories and aeronautical demonstrations. -lTwe club, one of Franklin's latest Lela Newman ,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P resident Sholto Salmon .A,... ...,... .,.,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, V i ce-President Robert Whoisit YYss,Ys,,ss,,,,.,s,,,, ..YY..... ......s,,,,,,,, ,,,,, S e c retary-Treasurer One Hundred Nineteen no were 1" X h J A lxdggtqv SERVICE CLUB L MLM! fifdff-,J , lncreased activity on the part of this organization has established it among the most useful and beneficial clubs ever organized at Franklin. As the name makes plain, the Service Club's only aim is to serve the school-vvith- out praise, personal benefit or special recognition. Russell Skallerud ,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,...,.,,,................. President First Semester August Chiglione ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,...........,.....,,,,.,,,,,,, P resident Second Semester Mr. Evatt ,,,,,,,,,,,s,,, ,,,,,,,,,,..ss,,,s,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. A dviser STAMP CLUB uctions, talks by experts, ex- hibits and meetings every two weeks, all go to make the Stamp Club an interesting and profitable organization to its members. The club provides a place for those students who are interested in stamp collecting to get together and discuss stamps. The officers of the club are: Orrin Vincent ,.....,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., P resident Melvin Paulson ,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,... s,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. . Vice-President Alvin Pearson ,,,,, .......,, S ecretary-Treasurer Miss Bailey ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,...,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,............,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Adviser One Hundred Twenty 119 l 310 FILIPINOCCLUB benefit of the Filipino students, to help them obtain positions, get acquainted in school, and in general make it easier for them in unfamiliar surroundings. Their year's program reached its climax last fall, when the club sponsored a party, to which the entire school was invited. The club was organized for the Vidal F, Alvarez ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, P r esident ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Leoncio jacob Leoncio jacob ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, V ice-President ,..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, C regorio Osias Rufino Felipe , ,, ,,,, Secretary-Treasurer, ,,,,,,,, Alster Callins Mr, Reseberg ,, , ,, ,,,,, Adviser, ,,,, ,. W Nlr. Reseberg SOCIAL SERVICE COMMITTEE -I-he committee, under the guid- ance of Miss McGrath, supervises many charitable drives during the year. Among their undertakings are the annual Red Cross drive, a tin-toil drive, several fruit drives, as well as the handling and distribution of Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets. Alice Armstrong and joe McDonald are the Girls' and Boys' Club chairmen, respectively, One Hundred Twenty-one 119 S530 IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE With Mr. Griffin as adviser, the members of Franklin's Improvement Committee endeavor to educate the students in keeping up the interior and exterior appearance of Franklin. This committee painted part of the waiting station on Rainier Avenue, and are responsible for nu- merous improvements in Franklin. Dorothy Mae Brennan was secretary and Douglas Wightman was chairman. FUNMAKERS COMMITTEE For this year's entertainment the Funmakers sponsored the Vodvil in October and gave two skits tor assemblies. They also planned a circus day and helped pro- mote pep at athletic games. Evelyn Peterson and Ruric Todd are chairmen of this committee and Miss Dohney is the faculty adviser. Miss Hunter and Miss Kuehn supervised the produc- tion of the Vodvil. One Hundred Twenty-two 119 Q 310 LIBRARIANS Many girls are chosen by Miss Caughey, our librarian, to help her and the students in the duties of making Franklin's library a profitable and interesting place of education. Ruth Buehrer is assistant librarian. Service points tor the l-lonor Society are awarded to these girls, who devote their study periods to working in the library. STAGE FORCE Responsibility for staging, prop- erties, and lighting rests on the shoulders ofthe stage force and this department showed up exceptionally well this year. Al- though most ot the crew were lowerclassmen they performed their duties like veterans and much of the credit for success of the productions this year is due them. 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CIW M I " mswswxu , , ,xv i I 104' 'sEM0, X , , L fx, iff' in 1 - f, ' 5 B 1, T 1 t I' x H i I f .. X, , in "' , Q M K, X V, , 7 l ,l 'Wh f f fgfi!VfQ f' ,Yi ' '7' ffh?-, , , HEP? " A- rl! ,T fkx W -f .' N 7 'Iain' 'S X 1 X, 1 J . N fb QQ' I ,Xu Y'1 f r -HW" f-, A , 'A X X x , X::Lwa ligiffi X 'II - :ZW ,K .1. -J, F fm" f X X I ' . I FLACJYOLI, UMEXFECUQD Q 'i TDK!! IDF WL HEIPFUL mo mmm: www nv 1r+uIAcuua or Hamann New some N lf? wT1oN Q nv CUSS or 1950 DEDKAIID 1 HE GDDDISI P smunm MAY HLD SDIRYT EVER BARNES O? AGNOFYAFG QW ,I 3 s in " U, 'jig 9 3 X 1m Q W LPS 0. iiiiffmi j.,'f'Ax FT L 9 , M . , , 1 P 1 'V in J unc UIEG' One Hundred Twen Ty-mme 1lQD QCrvaD the I E 2 1 I 3 Clownung www' Hundred Thirty 119 Q 310 -X C O iiyf! KQSQZB? goejgmijigwzoa 1 M A, 1 l f :fm . K i ' ,,11J55fli - ' I X K ll WW I3 ls I , V i 'd,,,1QS-fkl , Vx ' ezgfjgk-,f' ' T ' Q ,M B unif- f fRFf5iTw'1?'Ti?i,g7 g Jr Sffws ww l ONEA ,f 3-i1?Ca DE A3Sf3.fCp ff gf? M 2 A ' w i 435 ' . eq , X xxqfwll If x-- Q1 A ,Q-,mm W ,R X, I ' F ' 5 5- K, M E j Y-1,1 f -5 If f Q? l - ' NQLIZF5 f ,,:'i?Z,gfQ ' 7 " " ggi' Q, " Wig "' ff 3 Q? V. N M 1 :+ ,zf. f3n. Q a 9 I f 0 fwums 5 Q. H 2 3 Q QMTNTATURE 411 PfW-'1bCOT , he ly X X V-W I ' I W "1 STF,?4?2 Q ii ,wgiggmlf N O H ddThfy 119 5530 THE FACULTY PICNIC -l-he faculty picnic was held late in September at Lincoln Beach. Miss Kuebler was chairman, Miss McGrath and Miss Hunter made up the committee. The teachers left Franklin after making the refreshments in the lunchroom. They had macaroni and cheese and a salad and apple pie a la mode. Mr. Knapp led the games, which consisted of everything from baseball to ballet dancing. Miss O'Leary, Miss Keuhn and Miss lardine were among the bravest and braved the chilly waters of the Sound. Rumor has it that Mr. Trathen and Miss Bisazza enter- tained with a spring dance accompanied by a vocal selection rendered by Miss Gorman, accompanied on the violin by Miss Kassebaum. Other teachers entertained and the new teachers became better acquainted. Studies and school thoughts left behind and a happy, hilarious time was had by all. One Hundred Thirty-two 119 E310 Sept. 2-Dear Diary: Gee, what a reliefl Now for a nine months period of rest after the past ten weeks of dancing, swimming, boat- ing, and hiking. lvline is the best coat of tan in school- I'm so proud, I could pop. I saw Ross Petersen the first thing today. Ilf he only knew-be still, O my flutter- ing heart.l This new six- period day is not so bad, it makes an extra study-period to skip. 777 Sept. 5-Dear Diary: lust a line to let you know that I have the sweetest Oral Expression teacher. Blue eyes, dark hair, and Irish as they make 'em. No wonder all the boys are taking the subject. P. S.-lust heard that Scotty Campbell won a cup for being junior City C-olf Champion or something. Hmmm-well, now let's see -I bet that cup would look nice on my dresser-I-lmm. 777 Sept. 25-Dear Diary: Went to the Frosh Cet- Acquainted party today, and nearly died laughing at Lois Nelson and Thelma Burke in their clown costumes. 777 Sept. 30-Dear Diary: One sees some of the fun- niest sights around school. just the other day I thought I'd burst, watching Wayne Richardson carry a penny box of matches on his nose for a I-li-Y member during Wayne's initiation. Which reminds me-a I-Ii-Y pin would look nice on my new sweater. 777 Oct. I5-Dear Diary: The Green Book came out today and I did so much want to buy mine from that handsome "Chuck Henry." But Bill Speidel met me right at the main door, and the only way to get rid of him Iwithout an axel was to buy one from him, so I did. 777 Oct. 19-Dear Diary: I'm chagrined, I mean I really am. Not a single soli- tary man asked to take me to the Vodvil, "Franklin Static," I went alone and had it not been for seeing that cute lack larvis who is the editor of Tolo, and hear- ing Bob Devin and Mer Moores sing, the evening would have been utterly ruined. I think I-Iarriette NeIson's "Collegiate Blues" idea was the best act on the bill-I actually do. 777 Oct. 23-Dear Diary: I think I have met the man of my dreams. It is Whitey Imberg. After see- ing him literally scoop Ca- mille Wake into his arms and carry her back to the top of the stairs, when she jay- walked against the traffic squad, I knew I had fallen. One Hundred Thirty-three IIQI QCLQD Guess l'll try it myself. Don't you just adore these master- ful men? VVV Oct. 25-Dear Diary: What do you think? Paul Lattner took me to the Franklin-Broadway football game. We passed Lois Aus- tin, Elizabeth Cassidy, and Evelyn Wicks riding in Merle Walker's Puddle jumper. l'Il bet they were so mad they could spit. The players wore the cutest uniforms and I had on my new dress. l cer- tainly enjoyed watching that cute Harold Williams lead yells. P. S.-The score was l9- 2 our favor. V77 Nov. 2-Dear Diary: Today l saw Franklin beat Cleveland to the tune of 33- O. l think Merritt Maurer is the handsomest man on the team. l hear "Bobby" Brown has become the inspiration of Tolo Office. l'd be jealous if they weren't such a bunch of saps. V77 Nov. I4-Dear Diary: l'm so mad l could bite nailsl Last night was "Back- to-School Night" and Miss Bennett told mother that I spent most of my time talk- ing to Alice Beachwood and Bill Acomb. One Hundred Thirty-four Nov. 26-Dear Diary: Life holds more disap- pointments! Tonight we tried to crash the "Father and Son," banquet all to no avail. We did see Ruric Todd get hypnotized, however. VVV Dec. 7-Dear Diary: Guess what? Roy Holland took me to the Senior Play. It was really not half bad, either. The title was "The lmportance of Being Earn- est," and Russ Skallerud, Wally Snellenberg and Roy Gustafson were simply grand! lt made me jealous of Bernice Pearson, Elaine Marsh, and Dorothy Char- roin, though-l wish I could have been in it, Roger Evans was in the Friday night cast but he took Clara Kehoe to- night. Looks like he's fallen hard. l suppose that's an- other couple to join the ranks of Cline-Nichols, Mil- ler-Matthews,Gallant-jarvis, etc. V77 Dec. 'l'l-Dear Diary: Al Stedman, Bob Hawes, Chuck Henry, jack Barber, Ruric Todd and Dave Nelson tried to crash the Girls' Club party today. l wonder who they think they are? V77 Dec. I3 lFriday, tool- Dear Diary: Free junior-Senior "mat" today. Of course, everybody was there. Gerry Fitz- ,119 Q3o patrick's orchestra and re- freshments supplied most of the entertainment. P. S.--Dick Camp and this silly yo-yo fad are getting on my nerves. V77 lan. I4-Dear Diary: Basketball again. lack Woodman took me to see Franklin beat Roosevelt, 22- l2. ll hope Edith doesn't hear about it.l Frank Nich- ols was so cute! l-le made fifteen points-whatever that means. VVV Feb. 3-Dear Diary: The sentence in the French grammar read, "Men fade away like flowers." And my dear teacher, Mr. George B. jackson, asked the girls of the class, "Are they as hard to keep as that, girls?" All the boys laughed and Bill lmberg wise-cracked as usual. VV? Feb. I0-Dear Diary: Oh dear, l'm simply flab- bergastedl l've been ap- pointed one of those per- sonal nursery maids to the new Frosh. lt doesn't seem possible that l was so young once myself. V77 Feb. 15-Dear Diary: The Zoology "back table gang" has discovered a new way to get to class on time. They set the alarm clock a half hour ahead every evening and then get to school right on time, as they usually take an extra fifteen minutes' sleep in the morning, G. Wendell Matthews and "Beans" Kimball thought up that bright idea. V77 Feb. I9-Dear Diary: At last they've found a sports editor that hasn't called Frank Nichols "Nifty Nick." l-le works on a paper in a place called Bryn Mawr. That's up on the Coat Hill car line just south of where Clara Kehoe lives. V77 Feb. 20-Dear Diary: Whewl Girls' club ban- quet. l ate so much I could nearly burst. Can't write any more. P. S.-Roger and Clara are still going strong. VV? March 5--Dear Diary: l heard the cutest poem today-and it's so expressive l just have to write it for you. Lives of Seniors all remind us, We can strive and do our best, And departing, leave behind us Notebooks to help the rest. Oh, yes, and Art D'Angelo has met Evelyn Walter-and it looks bad. One Hundred Thirty-five 119 53:13 March I2-Dear Diary: Well, well, our roll 3l7, won the subscription drive for Tolo Annual. l person- ally sold l8. Sixteen to boys and two to girls-what do you think? l wonder who'll take me to the opera? The old wooden flag-pole toppled to- day, and fell across the street -l wish Ed Metzger had been under it. V77 March 18-Dear Diary: lt may have been a secret code, the ending of a letter to a boy friend, or merely a design for cross-stitch on a bath-towel, but Bobs Brown and Harriett Harnan kept marking X's on a sheet of paper half the period. And, of course, the incident ap- peared in Hi-Life, jack jarvis' scandal column in Tolo. VVV March 26-Dear Diary: Oh, the awfulest thing happened today! A horrid mouse came right into our chemistry class. l was scared stiff, but Bob Effinger came to the rescue and everything turned out all right. l notice jane Bringoff has George Stoss on the string- l wonder how she does it. Who's going to take me to the opera? One Hundred Thirty-six April 'I-Dear Diary: The April Fool edition of Tolo Weekly was a riot! Wasn't so funny when jac- queline lVlcGullough and l got caught skipping third period, though. S. P. T. was nice about it, but we're making up time just the same. P. S.-Whitey and Made- line had only four fights to- day. VVV April 30-Dear Diary: Ralph james, Roberta Brown, Eugene Miller, jose- phine Nichols, Don Laizure and Rae Gallant are to be our commencement speakers. I only hope they don't talk too long and that there's a good party afterwards. VVV May 3-Dear Diary: l went to the opera with Bob Wallis. Gee, but he's cute! Plays football, too. "The Chocolate Soldier" was actually good. Art D'Angelo, Verl Busenbark and Roy Gus- tafson were simply marvel- ous. l didn't like the way Bob raved about Margaret Ries and Dot Griffin, though. Afterward, we went to Rogers' and met a whole gang of kids-including Howard Steinholm and Ed Powell. -And Rog and Clara are still going strong, maybe l'm jealous. IIQ Q 310 May 7--Dear Diary: Barbara lacobsen is the new Girls' Club President. She's an awfully nice kid, and l'm glad she was se- lected. Sue Mosely, jeanne Champreux, Evelyn Peterson, and Fritzie Smith are the other officers. V77 May 'I4-Dear Diary: Tryg Hansen was elected president of the Boys' Club and Lennie Rich vice-presi- dent, both cute as everything while Chuckie Callin was elected secretary of the or- ganization. Gee, you know it seems to me as though the Boys' Club doesn't amount to very much after all. Won- der what's going to happen to it next year. V77 May 24-Dear Diary: Today was as dead as an honor society assembly. Every single man l knew went to that silly old Boys' Club Conference. Vanecia Ewing and l went to a show and saw john Gilbert, but I don't think heis nearly as cute as Billy Duncan. V77 May 27-Dear Diary: Principal Reed said today that all those who have their names on the walls in Tolo office will not be graduated until the names are taken off. Half the school is up there trying to take the tell-tale names off. VVV lune 2-Dear Diary: Senior Class Day. The As- sembly took up most of the morning and parts of the will, prophecy and history were certainly appropriate. VVV june 5-Dear Diary: Gosh, l won't be able to write much tonight, l've al- ready got writer's cramp from signing annuals. This is one way of getting a cute picture of Vic Vieg, even if he won't give me one, him- self. V77 june 6-Dear Diary: Last day of school for us Seniors! Do I feel big? No end. And to think that all the rest of the poor unfor- tunates still have another week to go. V77 june ll-Dear Diary: Commencement tonight. What a grand 'n glorious feelinlllll Well, little book -I guess this is Au Revoir with you and me. G'Bye. P. S.-Evans and Clara are still going strong. One Hundred Thirty-seve mQD Clico HISTORICAL DATA CLASSES CLASS PRESIDENTS Class of'l3 14 Class of ' Class of '15 Class of '16 Class ot 'I 7 Class of '18 Class of '19 Class of '20 Class of '21 Class of '22 Class of '23 Class of '24 Class of '25 Class of '26 Class of '27 Class of '28 Class of '29 Class of '30 Class of ' 31 . . Class of '32 . . '33 Class of . 1913 Dorothy Williams 1914 Marie Houlahan 1916 Eleanor McGrew 1918 Leon Dover 1913 Nina Elliott 1914 ElizabethWaxman 1915 Gladys M. Bragg 1916 Mildred Lindgren 1917 Lola Flagg 1913 Roy Knapp 1914 Myrtle Wilmore 1919 jane Snyder 1920 Herbert Morcom 1913 Arthur Metzgar 1914 Al Moore 1916 Eleanor McGrew 1917 Ferdette Turner 1918 Reimer G. Phillips 1913 George Raynor 1914 james Gilluly 1915 Clio Blair . . 1911 Margaret Burkhart 1911 james Gilluly 1913 Waldo Karcher 1912 Harry Seymour 1912 jack Reynolds 1913 Sam Piles 1913 Howard Hill 1914 Paul Kramer 1914 Paul Wood 1915 Louis Hart 1916 Louis Hart 1916 Frances Bostwick 1916 Robert Dyer . . 1917 Calvin Hopper 1917 George Dexter . . 1918Albert Wilson 1919 jack McVay 1919 Earl McCormick 1920 Fred Bravender . . 1920 Parker Cook 1920 Charles Harris 1921 Charles Rau 1921 Walker Milner , . 1922 Cameron Neumann 1922 Helen Snyder 1923 Bruce Cass 1924 William Kidd 1924 Kathleen Lewis 1925 Earl Ferguson 1925 Leon Ferguson 1926 joe Sheldon 1926 David Gruger 1926 james McHenry 1927 Howard Davenport 1928 Morris Ballard 1929 john Merrill jack Parker 1913 Lucien jones 1912 Albert Moore 1914 Ellen Turner 1913 Eugene Olson 1913 Allen Flynn 1914 Dolph Hoyt 1915 Irving Smith 1915 Paul Wood 1915 joseph Lewis 1916 Robert Allen 1917 H. Hendrickson 1917 Lloyd Baird 1917 Dorothy jackson 1918 Hamilton Olin 1919 George Dexter 1920 john Chapman 1920 Glen Hyne 1920 William Kimball 1921 George Artus 1921 Phillip Sutton 1922 Irene Dickson 1922 john Burrows 1923 Walker Milner 1923 Helen Snyder 1924 Don Stewart 1924 Sarah Todd 1925 Earl Selle 1926 Ben Smith 1927 Harriet Malstrom 1926 Marguerite Butler 1927 james Donahue 1927 Charles Stuttield 1927 Fredericka Powell 1928 Ruric Todd 1929 Lois Nelson 1930 Verona Rutan WRITERS CLASS HISTORY 1919 Sara Sisler 1920 jean McDonald 1921 Dorothy Friend 1922 Eunice Story 1918 Reimer Phillips 1919 Susan Erwin 1920 Preston Wright 1921 Albert Wilson 1921 Edna Miller 1923 Charles Harris 1924 Henry johnson 1925 Frank Morse 1926 Allan Clark WRITERS SENIOR CLASS SONG 1922 Marguerite Schmidt 1923 Eleanor Anderson 1924 Florence Hagen 1925 Gladys Norman 1926 Dorothea Blair WRITERS CLASS WILL 1921 Fred Blanchard 1923 Francis Waldron 1926 Wyman Knapp 1927 Roger johnson 1924 Marie McElhaney 1928 james Donahue 1925 Paul Stedman 1928 joe Sheldon WRITERS CLASS PROPHECY 1919 Marietta Upton 1924 Nora Waldron 1920 Irma Friend 1925 Bernhardt jacobse 1922 Virginia Grindell 1926 Irwin Blumenfeld 1923 Ruth Stewart 1927 janet Muir VALEDICTOR IANS SENIOR CLASS 1918 Gertrude Elford 1919 Margaret Raine 1920 Louise Vehslage 1922 Morris Meyers 1923 Lois Bennett 1924 Tadao Kimura 1916 Westwood Wallacel 921 Charlotte Dobbs 1925 Helen Snyder 1917 Rita Meyer 1913 Lucien jones 1914 Nita Rimbold 1915 john F. McCarthy 1916 Echo Pepper SALUTATORIANS SENIOR CLASS 1917 Florence Schweitzer 1918 Helen Esteld 1919 Louise Buerk 1920 Helen Quigle 1921 Marian Gardiner One Hundred Thirty-eight 1922 Madeline Gordon 1923 George Hitchings 1924 Stanley Brogren 1925 Elsie Wilson 1926 Clark Williams YI 1913 Charles Walker 1913 Nelson Bowles 1914 Lloyd Chase 1914 Marion Reichart 1915 john Kenward 1914 Richard Lewis 1913 john Considine 1916 Cyril Rumble 1917 Robert Bronson 1917 Reimer Phillips 1918 Leo Mack 1917 james McCormick 1919 Harold Williams 1919 Hartwell Schofield 1920 james Norris 1921 Harold Morford 1921 Palmer Lewis 1922 Earl McCormick 1922 Phil Gruger 1923 Phillip Sutton 1923 Nora Waldron 1924 Frank Voorhees 1924 Kenneth Statler 1925 Kenneth Stotler 1925 Dick Follansbee 1926 Bill Templeton Clyde Holmes 1928 james Donahue 1928 Max Boydston 1929 joe Richards 1929 August Ghiglione 1930 Al Stedman 1930 Trygve Hansen 1927 Winitred Bolton 1928 Emerson Daggett 1928 George Fahey 1929 Harold Palmer 1930 Roger Evans 1927 Helen Kepler 1927 Angela Kennedy 1928 Beverly Patten 1929 Agnes McLeod 1930 Marion Hitt 1929 Allan Royce 1929 Robert Steele 1930 Ernest Davis 1927 Mary Burns 1928 B. Holtenhouse 1929 Harriet Blackwell 1930 Donald Laizure 1926 Einar Flint 1927 Frances Mills 1928 Eleanor Flemming 1929 Warren Goss 1930 Eugene Miller 1927 Edith Beachwood 1928 Sam Wong 1929 Patricia O'Hara 1930 josephine Nichols ll QD Q30 COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS 1913 Dean Hamilton 1918 Florence Baes 1922 joseph Campbell Lee McEuen Roy Owen Thelma Wait Marguerite Miller Edith Lee Earl McCormick Robert Small Alf Otterson Marion Robb 1914 john E. Corbally 1919 jeannette Taylor 1923 Clara Wilcox Dorothy Meyers Margaret Dunn Richard Mangrum Gladys A. Ely Arthur Vanderlip Bernice Pashley Mildred E. Graef Susan Erwin Charles Harris 1915 Ruth Wallace 1920 Richard D. Reekie 1924 Dorothy Baker james B. Broulette Marjorie K. Pidduck Helen Boyd Gladys Wheeler Helen A. Lloyd Bernice Parrish Kenneth j. Morford Hartwell Schofield Walker Milner 1916 john Considine, jr. 1921 Wesley Glenn 1925 Eleanor Oium Eva Clausen Violet Larsen William johnston Ted Turner Chester Gill Max Hunter Kenneth Campbell Eugenia Relf Trygve johnson 1917 Warren B. Benson Lorraine Boyd R. Ashton Rutledge Zillah Harned 1912 Nelson Bowles 1914 Richard Clarke 1915 Paul Wood 1915 Carl Wilson 1916 Paul Wood 1917 Warren Benson 1910 Irby Crawford 1910 Vivian Gill 1911 jean McClennan 1912 Alice McDonald 1912 Dorothy Meyers 1913 Mildred Walsh 1914 Marie Storm 1921 Ruth Evans 1922 Ruth Evans 1914 Arthur Hanson 1916 Edison McCreery 1921 john Markey 1922 Lucian Gearhardt 1915 Roy Bach 1916 Glenn Walker 1917 lola Snow 1917 Pierce Looney 1920 Preston Wright 1921 Olive Malstrom 1925 Theodora Smith 1926 Elizabeth Muir 1923 George Hitchings 1924 Margaret Hall 1925 Alberta Weaver 1920 Marguerite Pearl 1921 Frances McCauley 1921 Martin Klatzker 1922 Aaron Wheeler 1913 Frank Wolfe 1914 james Gilluly 1915 j. B. Broulette 1916 Kenneth Campbell 1917 Wm. G, King 1918 Reimer G. Phillips 1919 Susan C. Erwin CLUBS BOYS' CLUB PRESIDENTS 1918 Arthur Connell 1919 Casper Rice 1920 Richard Reekie 1921 Emery Stanley 1922 Ed McGill 1923 Harry Speidel 1923 Hayward Dare 1924 Frankie Wilson 1925 Frank Morse 1926 Clyde Vandergrift GIRLS' CLUB PRESIDENTS 1914 Helen Newson 1914 Edna McKinstry 1919 Vivian Lundberg 1920 Helen Quigle 1915 Catherine Newson 1921 Alberta McDonagle 1916 Zillah Harned 1922 Norma Davis 1917 Florence Schweitzer 1923 Lorita Townsend 1918 Edith Lee 1924 Florence Hagen GIRLS' GLEE CLUB PRESIDENTS 1923 Clara Wilcox 1924 Elizabeth Stare 1925 Alberta Weaver 1927 Ada Kringlebach 1928 Edith Stover 1928 Marjorie Mclllroy BOYS' GLEE CLUB PRESIDENTS 1923 Hine Brown 1924 Whitson Woodard 1925 Cameron Neuman 1926 Allan Clark 1927 George Whittle 1927 Edward Wilson SCIENCE CLUB PRESIDENTS 1918 Opal Walover 1919 Millar jacobi 1920 Harry Ross 1921 Vivian Damerell ART CLUB 1922 Norwood Shaeffer 1923 Floyd Flint 1922 Fridolf Gustafson 1923 Ted Haller 1924 Dan Huntington 1925 Ben Hamlin PRESIDENTS 1924 Floyd Flint 1928 Lucille Mohring TUSITALA CLUB PRESIDENTS 1926 Dorthea Peniston 1927 Quintin Peniston 1927 janet Muir 1928 Harriet Blackwell HONOR SOCIETY PRESIDENTS 1926 Bruce Cass 1927 Edward Wilson 1928 Ernest Campbell 1929 Max Boydston COMMERCIAL CLUB PRESIDENTS 1923 Sadie Levin 1923 Franklin Miller 1924 john Kerr 1924 Gunner Cedarwell 1925 Sybil Calusen 1926 Signe Wingsness 1926 Harriet Malstrom 1927 Charles Gould 1922 William Emmeluth1925 Virginia Truax 1927 Luella Crist TOLO EDITORS OF TOLO WEEKLY 1920 Chester Gibbon 1921 Loren Pearce 1921 Fred Blanchard 1922 William Lyon 1922 Harry Henke 1923 Abe Friedman 1923 Walter Rue 1924 Forest Williams 1924 Floyd Flint 1925 Bernhardt jacobse 1925 Alton Farley 1926 Calvin Hall 1926 Einar Flint 1927 Robert Reese F1 1926 Sarah Todd Henry Charnell Calvin Hall Dorothea Blair 1927 Estelle Allen Walter Campbell Sam Fleming Edward Wilson 1928 Charles Coombs Ernest Campbell Martin Nelson jean Hawley 1929 Alice Brown Marj Tankersley jack Sonada Harold Palmer 1930 Rae Gallant Roberta Brown Ralph james Donald Laizure 1927 jack Simpson 1927 Benny Smith 1928 Ray jackson 1928 joe Sheldon 1929 Burton Williams 1930 Ross Pedersen 1925 Edith McDonald 1926 Florence Foster 1927 Edith Beachwood 1928 Marion Bertram 1929 Fredericka Powell 1930 jane Sheldon 1928 Lois Divley 1929 Eva jo Williams 1928 Norwood Nichols 1928 Roger jenson 1928 Peter Herlan 1929 Charles Stutfield 1926 Reinier Beeuwkes 1928 Bob Cunningham 1929 Bob Effinger 1929 Grant Matthews 1929 Lee Sutter 1929 George Plant 1930 josephine Nicholls 1930 Russell Skallerud 1930 john Gruger 1928 Lawrence Perrett 1928 Bertha Divyak 1929 Harriet Blackwell 1930 Mamie Divyak 1 927 Ted Crosby 1928 Emerson Daggett 1928 Herbert Ogawa 1929 Robert Steele 1929 Charles Henry 1930 john jarvis 1930 Roger Evans One Hundred Thirty-nine 1l QI 'ircomsco ,jp j 0 g 1913 Lyle Smith 1914 Arthur Hanson 1915 Cecil R. Smith 1916 Willie R. Bloss 1917 Robert L. Allen 1918 Lloyd T. Baird 1913 Frank Wolfe 1914 james Gilluly 1915 james Broulette 1916 Kenneth Campbell 1917 William King, jr. 1913 Lyle Smith 1914Arthur Hansen 1915 Cecil R. Smith 1916 Willie R. Bloss Herman Blumenfeld Douglas Wallace Esther Mohr Cyril Rumble Charles Dunn Myron Overacker Rita Myer Donna Klinker Marie Fouts Sadie Goldman Glen Hyner Victor Bovell Hart Snyder Harry Ross Richard Mangrum Martha Ellen Hughes james Hartwig Helen Boyd Kathleen Lewis Amador Seijas Elva Walsted Elizabeth Muir Ernest Campbell Marjorie Hetfron Elizabeth Arnold Ernest Campbell john Reisigner jack Stannard Harold Palmer Gerald Hemrich Harriet Malcolm Catherine McCleod BUSINESS MANAGERS OF TOLO WEEKLY 1919 Harold Morford 1923 Harold Swanson 1920 jack Mulhern 1924 Franklin Miller 1921 Robert Uren 1924 Henry Miller 1921 Lewis Cohn 1925 Bob Hayes 1922 Arthur Buerk 1925 Frank Ewing 1923 Phil Watson 1926 Robert Reese EDITORS OF TOLO ANNUAL 1918 Reimer G. Phillips 1922 William R. Lyon 1919 Susan C. Erwin 1923 james Morford 1920 Chester Gibbon 1924 Franklin Miller 1921 Loren Pearce 1925 Bernhardt jacobson BUSINESS MANAGERS OF TOLO ANNUAL 1917 Robert L. Allen 1921 Robert Uren 1918 Lloyd T, Baird 1922 Arthur Buerk 1919 Harold Morford 1923 Harold Swanson 1920 jack Mulhern 1924 Henry Miller DEBATE CITY DEBATE 1915 Kenneth Morford Westwood Wallace john McCarthy Morris Shindel 1916 joe Lewis Carl Shulz Morris Shindel Sherwood Smith Florence Baes Douglas Wallace 1917 Harold jordon 1918 Sarah Sisler john Prim Helen Quigle 1919 Herman Myer Harold Morford 1920 . Wesley Glenn Curtis Rutledge 1921 Robert Uren Harry Henke 1922 Martin McLean Anna!Barclay M 1923 Muriel Crothers Robert Crosby 1924 William johnston Vera Kuehner john Taylor Elizabeth Muir Luella Crist Denave Gilbert Ebba Granstrom Catherine Kauffman jack Sonoda Gerald Hemrich One Hundred Forty Betty Taylor Natella Lackey 1 925 Natella Lackey 1926 Elizabeth Harnan 1 927 Ernest Campbell Ralph Anderson 1 928 Martin Nelson Ralph Anderson 1929 john Reisinger 1930 Sholto Salmon 1927 Ralph Marsh 1927 Martin Nelson 1928 joseph Kipper 1928 Stanley Wilhite 1929 Donald Thompson 1926 Theodora Smith 1927 Donald Uhrich 1928 Martin Nelson 1929 Arthur Bernhard 1930 Ruric Todd 1925 Douglas Brown 1926 Lorrin Malstrom 1927 Robert Reese 1928 Babe Seidenverg joseph Lewis julius Shain Gladys Bragg Clare Alez Willis Benson Charles McDonald Hermon Meyers Marion Tworoger Arthur Vanderlip Warren Allen Harry Ross Curtis Rutledge Walter Rue Verne Ray Ellery Walters Frank Ewing Robert Hume Helen McLain Marion Stewart Elsie Wilson Elizabeth Arnold Ray jackson Agnes McLeod Gerald Hamrick Bessie Taylor Gus Ericksen Glenn Williams 119 Q 31,0 STATE DEBATE Leo Weissman 191 3 Abe Kolnitz H. Gillete 191 5 Abe Kolnitz jack Reynolds Ted Turner 1916 john Considine Ted Turner Westwood Wallace 1917 Harold Brewer Henry Clark Charles McDonald Robert Allen Clare Allez Willard Atherly Ferdette Turner 1918 Harold Morford 1920 Ralph Rivers Nathan Shindel Glenn Hyner Phil Adems Harold Morford Mary Peel 1921 Norman Ansorge Glenn Hyner Harold Morford Albert Wilson 1922 Henry Henke Walker Milner Lorita Townsend Madeline Gordon 1923 Francis Waldron Helen Snyder Ralf Upton Ruth Stewart Parker Cook Whitson Woodard 1924 Walker Milner Frank Ewing Frank Ewing Helen Snyder 1919 Herman Meyer 1920 Harold Morford 191 1 H. Schweinbold 1912 j. Nordgren 1914 H. Schweinbold 1915 Ralph B. Miller 1916 Ralph B. Miller Muriel Crothers Helen Snyder Whitson Woodard Henry johnston 1925 Vera Kuehner William johnston FORUM PRESIDENTS 1921 Ralph Rivers 1923 Philip Sutton 1922 Philip Sutton 1924 Ellery Walter ATHLETICS TENNIS TROPHY WINNERS Presented by G. A. Laizure 1917 Hugh Russell 1921 joe Livengood 1918 Hugh Russell 1922 William Olin 1919 Alberton Harshman 1923 Clarence Nau 1920 joe Livengood 1924 Ray Carlson WARNER TROPHY Awarded each year to the boy who has proven to be most valuable to 1914 Arthur Krause 1918 Clifford T. Lowman 1923 Brice Taylor 1915 Lester Farmer 1920 Rinaldo Caccia 1924 Hayward Dare 1916 H. C. Thompson 1921 lvan L. jones 1925 Tom Mirante 1917 Robert U. Bronson 1922 Eddie McGill 1926 Liberino Patricelli 1913 Colin Hyde CAPTAINS FOOTBALL TEAM 1918 George Thornton 1922 Harry Speidel 1914 Lester Farmer 1919 Steve Pigott 1923 Harold Wood 1915 Willis Benson 1920 Ham Stanley 1924 "Red" Currie 1916 Frank Townsend 1921 Eddie McGill 1925 Alec Mager 1917 Phil Rucker CAPTAINS BASKETBALL TEAM 1914 Bob Campbell 1919 john Thorton 1923 Hayward Dare 1915 Lowell Walsh 1920 Rinaldo Caccia 1924 Frank Wilson 1916 Warren Benson 1921 john Cole 1925 Frank Morse 1917 johnny Efaw 1922 Gordon Green 1926 Whitney Follansbee 1918 Dewey Kenyon One Morris Shindel Glenn Hyner Marion Tworogers Ralph Rivers Fred Bravender Francis Waldron Walter Rue Ellery Walter Robert Hume Gertrude Austin 1924 Whitson Woodard 1925 William johnston 1925 Dick Cox 1926 Angus Clist 1927 Angus Clist 1928 Sam Gershon 1930 Russell Skallerud the football team. 1927 Eugene Griffin 1928 Harry Burgh 1929 Tom Murray 1930 john Burton 1926 Liberino Patricelli 1927 Eugene Griffin 1928 Ray jackson 1929 Ross Pedersen 1930 Ross Pedersen 1926 Allan Clark 1927 Edward Wilson 1928 Don Williamson 1929 Frank Nichols 1930 Frank Nichols Hundred Forty-one L no 521530 1914 Kenneth Stevens 1915 johnny Allen 1917 H. Chesebrough 1919 Ted Abner 1919 Rinaldo Caccia 1921 Loren Pearce 1922 Martin McLean 1916 Irma Pelez 1917 Ruth Marcuse 1918 Gertrude Pearl 1920 Ruth Marcuse 1913 ...... 1914 ,,,,,, 1915 ...,,, 1916 ...... 1917 ,.,,,, 1926 Mary Simpson CAPTAINS BASEBALL TEAM 1920 Edwin Farwell 1923 Leonard Patricelli 1921 Ivan jones 1924 Clearance Morse 1922 johnny Mager 1925 Gus Ginness CAPTAINS TRACK TEAM 1923 Brice Taylor 1926 Clyde Vandergrift 1924 Clyde Vandergrift 1927 james johnston 1925 Roger Scheumann 1928 Burton Williams GIRLS' TENNIS CHAMPIONS 1921 jane Henriott 1924 Eleanor Oium 1922 Nellie Thompson 1925 Mable Kitt 1923 Nellie Thompson 1926 Mabel Kitt GIRLS' INTERCLASS BASEBALL '14 1918 '19 1924 ,,.. '16 1919 ,...., .2 '19 1925 '16 1920 W. '21 '16 1921 ,...., ..,, ' 21 1927 '1 7 1922 2. ,W '24 1928 1 923 ,,,,, ,,,. ' 25 GIRLS' 1927 Freda Erick One Hundred Forty-two "F" CLUB PRESIDENTS 1926 Walter Noble 1927 Guy Henry 1928 Roger Daly 1929 David Gruger 1929 Stanley Peterson 1930 Trigve Hansen 1929 Helen Templeton 1929 Catherine Cou 1929 Alice Brown lon 1930 Helen Templeton 1926 11111 1 1928 Alice Bown 1929 Anna Haberland 1930 Anna Haberland I 1 I 27 26 '27 28 28 1 ll QI Qfnco "EVERYTHING IN EIREWORKSH HITT FIREWGRKS COMPANY 5234 37th Avenue South hones: R R Ml. Baker Market C. M. WHITE, Prop. ainier 4800 ainier 48OI 2807 Mt. 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