Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1932

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We hope We have in some measure been successful! DEDICATIO " We may advise, but cannot give conduct." To Miss Lena Wilson-who has been to this class what the guide post is to the confused traveler-in grateful appre- ciation of her generous services and unfailing help, We, the Class of 1932, happily dedicate this TOLO ANNUAL. J W w QW R' libs fig PERSONNEL Faculty Semor: Jumors Sophomore: Freshmen ACTIVITIES Productzom M unc Prem Athletzc: b ORAIGANIZATIIONS seCjI'H Ioe o L s PIR IT A 'view of the lm!! of learning from the Southwest. A pleamnt place fre- quented by leisure-lo-'wing xtudenls. ,v The stately colufnns as seen from the N orth groups of students bashing in the sun or resting in the shade of the beautiful poplars. M An unusual angle of the inosz heau- tiful high school in the eouniify. Lookin g N oath, with the rose hushes in full hlooni. ip -mf'g5w:':,3'Q:j fry v -:mr Q , Q W, 1 a 5 .11 apt. 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LOLA, Szudy Hall A University' of Nhshingmn, A. B. CAUGHEY, LOIS, I,ilvmrim1 Univeraitv nt' Nebraska, A. II. STAEGER, DAVID, Study llall H University nf NV:ushinglun, Ii. A. Univ:-rsilv uf VK'nshingwn, A. H. flluxir DRf'L1f'flI1F11f GRAVES, VIRGINIA Univrraity nf Wkznshingtxm, B. F. A. I Srznfary BLAIR, DOROTHEA, fflf-1'kir1S!1nly llall.-1 I :- BLACKNELI., LAWRENCE A Univrrsilv uf Washington, ll. F. A. ' 1 A ji N 'V IQ! 'I ! KQV ' f X t AA VJ ' I lf' fx-fu. V" n I I JJ x-I'-va.-HA-cv'-v" 1 5 . f A 'JJ . fwJ'f"4' " jk , X x 5 ' L, My .w 4 uf 1' ' jx iy dc G s S I J 'X I 'I I Q x W 1 R G t typ A X 1 V , Gb nel-Taculty lmlurfriaf am! F ine Arif DEfPtll'f7IlEllf HOWES, HAROLD, Ilrml Mflsfer IVIech:inlc'S Degree BIZAZZA, CHARLO'l"l'E Pratt Institute, University nf Columbia New York University Art Directnr of Toln Annual CALES, ANTHONY University of VV:1shingt0n, B. S. SIIAW, GRETCIIEN University nf VVnshingtnn, li. F. A. Adviser nf Tuln Annual SCOTT, GEORGE Lnnflun, B. S. 1101716 Economics Depnrfmefzf RINEIIART, CERTRUDE Cnlnmdn University, li. S. Prntt Institute WARNER, GENEVIEVE University of VVushingtnn, ll. S. Adviser of Quaker '11-at Rnnnl WILSON, LENA University of VV:tshington, B. S. Adviser nf Class uf '32 H ivory Deparimemf DAVENPORT, NOAII, Ilmrl University of Viklshingtnn, A. B., M. A. KASSEBAUIVI, EMMA University nf Michigan, A. li. KIRK, DOUGLAS University nf Vihshingtnn, ll. li. A. Athletic Coach LENTZ, KATHERINE University nf Wushingtnn, A. B., A. M, MAI-IAFFEY, AUDLEY University of VVnshingtun, IJ. A., M. A. REED, RALPH University of Wkishingtnn, A. Ii. Athletic Conch SAIVIUELSON, BYRON University of Vinshingttmn, A. B., A. M. SHIRMER, CONRAD University of Dakota, A. IZ. VVnshlngtnn State, A. M. 5 Cwumerfiaf Department llAll.l'iY, FRANK, Ilwaff Univvrsitv of Wknshingtmi, A. ll., A. M. Arlviscr of Cmmnncrcizll Club lllSllOl', EDWIN llnivursify uf Vl'zushingtun, B. A. l"ONVl.l'1ll, I,ll.I,lAN tlrt-gg Shurtlnunl Sthnnl NORMAN, lVlARGARl'l'l' Michigan Stale Nnrlnzll, Olivet Cullvgc, Gerrit Institute JACKSON, CLAUDE Lnndnn Collage, Zunerinn Art School Dallas Business University MCGRATH, STELLA Gregg Normal School Adviser nf Class of '34 S'l'EWAR'l', RUTH Univvrsity of Vliushingtun, ll. A. fjnurnzllisrnl VVALTERS, LELA University uf VVnshingtun, A, li. WALTZ, MARGARET University of VV:ushingt0n, B, A. S vimfe De f7rlI'H1l6'llf LAIZURE, GRANT, llmfl Ohio Stun' University, A. ll., M. ll. acuity 4 C . .2 , A 'Vs X .P , Q. A ii A .... : i ,. , qs 'K T ' ,,,.. in 1 Xia - S , Q . ' K - . ' Q it I 3t1:n. 'iiZ.5..:," 1 l it A 2 iw, . gt -ag. x v 3' is .. ml t I i 2 AX I Adviser of Sciencc Club, Chess Cluh :md Tennis Tezun 1sr:NsoN, HARRY . M 'A gr Vlinshinglun State, B. 5.5 University uf Vlllshiiigtmx K' 9 Q ' Adviser of Aviation Club E YW' . -f Y i ix ,. K 5 CHAMBERS, MAY ,ff 5 'mg , S , Univursitv uf VVilshingtnn, B, A. A i' ' Alumni Assncintinn Adviser , ff" 3 , lmuczl i1f:R'1'v, ANNA 3 f ,, ' Univ:-rsity of Washington, ii. A. I i' : , x wr-W -23:2 t ' iw... EVATT, PHILLIP 3' C Univvrsity of Washingtmm, B. 5. Q Adviser uf Service Club if - McCAllNliY, MARGARET '-5, 1 ' f Uuivvrsity of XS':ushingtnn, B. A., M. A. A t 3 Adviser of Girls' Club , X RESEBURG, WALTER W Ripon College, B. A. - Adviser of Boys' Club 15235553 21 me acuity M afheimzfizu' D ff pclfilllfllf CRIIVI, DOROTHY University of Vknshitlgtrm, A. II. DOIIENEY, IIARRIETT University of VVnshington, IJ. 5. JOHNSON, IVIINNIE Knox College. B. S. Adviser of Thrift Club KARRER, FRANK University of Vkhshington, A. li. Columbia University, M. A, New York University, M. I'tl. KUEBLER, HELEN Carleton College, B. S. Adviser of Stage Force REMLEY, AGNES Iowa Slnte University, B. A. SMITI I, WILLIAM DePauw University, B. A. Pfzyrical Eflzzfafiolz D ep411'fmel1t KNAPP, RALPH H. M. C. A., B. P. E. Golf Conch and Intrznnurnl Athlctits ROGERS, CATHERINE University of VV:1shington, li. S. Girls' Athletic Conch SHAVV, ANNA HELL University uf VVushington, IS. S. Girls' Athletic Conch Foreign Language IJEIHIIYIIIKIII JACKSON, GEORGE, Hum' Yule, A. B., Leander Clark College BENNETT, EDITH University of Illinois, A. li. Adviser of Honor Society DUVAL, MARGUERITE University of France, B. A. Adviser of French Club HART, LOU ELLA University of VVnshington, A. S., M. X Adviser uf Debate Team PERRY, JEANETTE Smith College, A. B. Adviser uf Spanish Club QUIGLEY, AGNES University of Washington, B. A. Adviser of Spanish Club 22 Iifzglirlr Department UPTON, RALPH R., llcmf Yule, A. B., A. M., Columbian University, LL. ll., Financial Adviser of 'l'olo Annual ll1'Ul.l'2Y, RU'l'll Oberlin, A. H. Adviser of Stamp Club IIARNICS, LUCY University of Washington, A. li., A, M. CROCKETT, MILDRED University of VVashington, B. A., M. A. COPELAN D, PAUL Whitman College, B. S. CAlso in History Departrnentj GRIFFIN, MALCOLM University of Texas, B. A., M. A., LL. B. Adviser of Improvement Club IIANDY, ROBERT University of Minnesota, B. A. fAlso in Mathematics Depnrtnientj Business Adviser of Weekly HUNTER, LILA University of Washington, B. A. Adviser of Class of '35 IIARIJINE, NAN University of Washington, A. B. Adviser of Make-up Committee JOHNSON, RALPH University of Kansas, A. B. fAlso in History Departmentj Editorial Adviser of Tolo Weekly KEUHN, HELMA University of Washington, A. B. Adviser of Charm and Costume Committees LINDBERG, LYDIA Carleton College, A. B. Adviser of Tusitala Club IWACDONALD, ARISTELLE University of Washington, A. B. Adviser of Senior Play and Dramatic Group MCMASTER, MARION University of Oregon, B. A. Adviser of Vocational Committee SHELDON, SARAH Smith College, A. B. Adviser of Cultural Arts Committee STRONG, MRS. LOUISE DePauw University, B. A. Adviser of Class of '33 LL. M. acultyzw www! x.- f Tx. ii 16, ,TVX f l s.f-- ' A b ii i l 2 5 I f O .52 v Q. l I r f' 'W f IJ. i x 3" 'KJ I ,Nov CJ .f' iff it U W ,- if R .,. , VYHJV J Y X l ii i 5 . ft In K ' Ml New X J 2 3 ' I ii I , 1 , l v 4 I I l .Q r 1 x X. Y i f t W Q . 1 A f KW . ' , gmt f .QQ "Dori thou lofve life? Then do not squander time, for thafx the stuff life if made of." You have proved your time Well spent and you are today reap- ing the reward of your industry. May your future undertakings be as Wise and successful. , n A I X r 'n s 0 . Q u u 1 r , ' SENIGRS n2Seni0r5 VVILBUR HAZEN Valediclorian 154 points 2 - JOHN GOODRICII ' Salutalu rizm fl 154 poinls V ALBINA BRANDALISE ' Clan Choice y xl A 156 poinlr 4 AE MARGARET EN r t Fac oic I 6 ai fScrfvirc Poinls includedl Q 1 1' 1 MISS LENA WILSON Class Advirer J COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS "God giver all thingy Z0 indumfy I D For you this commencement marks a two-fold achieve- mentg flrst of all, you have reached your goal3 secondly, for the splendid quality of your success you have the recognition of the students and the faculty. We congratulate you. 2 6 Seniorsav I -w MERLE 1n1uuNs M P' i , A f W FRANK LBLRIIARILR W J 1 P 1 MAXINE mxvis ' fb! MJ - . bw y M nArH1jR1Nr. KELLY f ' JOHN coomucu My sffgem A r DA! J VJ S E N I O R C L A S S JZ M o F F 1 C E R s ,M f ' PM f ff""f "Diligence is llw mother 0 luck " f . A wide-awake group, through whose leadership the q.! school year was filled with action, who were leaders in all thanks to you who have piloted us so successfully through our Dwi? Aj branches of school activity Our appreciation and earnest final lap of the race. j W! 2 7 X f"""' X t, 1 1 . I v , 1 X ix ix 1 ifx . 3 , . r 1 K 1 l 1 A I I cf ,1 N 1 X . . I ' 9 . 4 5 ,, ' ill 1 I 1 'l -,r K rv '1 l t 1 ' M .M 5 ge, Senzors I -4 I A 1 4 I .I JW 1 'K f x ADAMS, ALLAN lffnmleq Entered from: Emerson '28. Future: Forestry. Vodvil 45 Thrift Club l, 2, Track I, 2. "Head: the lift." ALSTEAD, MELBA Entered from: john Muir '28. Ifntum: Business Col- lege. Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "The world afpreciatsr zz worker." ALLEN, ZOLA Entered from: john Muir '28, Ifulurr: Unrlccidetl. French Club I, 2, Commercial Club l, Z5 Micl-win- ter Concert 4. "Living up to her .rixtcrir reputation." ALLYN, WILLIAM f"Bill"j Entered from: Adams, W'isconsin, '28. Futura: Un- decided. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. "Yau'll be a rich man mon." ANDERSON, BILL fudndyul Entered from: john Muir 428. Future: University of Washington. "Circus" lg Vodvil 45 Thrift Club l, 23 French Club I, 2, 45 Basketball 1. "I may be quiet but watch me in the future." ANDERSON, VIOLET Entered from: Beacon Hill '28, Future: Universi'y of Washington. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Quaker Maids 45 Chairman Membership Committee 35 Chairman Refreshment Committee 45 Usherls Com- mittee 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 Basket- ball 3. '4She',r tr true blue violet." ARMS, JAMES ffffimmyfq Entered from: john Muir '28. Future: Dairying. Service Club 35 Spanish Club 45 Business Manager Tolo Weekly 45 Baseball 2, 35 Track 4. "1 care not for women, Pm going to be n bachelor." ARMSTRONG, OLIVET Entered from: John Muir '29. Future: Stenography. Mid-winter Concert 35 Ushcr's Committee 3, 45 Lost and Found Committee 3. "She enjoyr life." ATE, LEONARD I:"Len,'1 Entered from: Beacon Hill '28, Future: Undecided. Frosh Football Managcr5 Track 1, 2, 35 Parking Committee 4. ' "The victim of many punrf' AXELSDN, WESLEY pfwfwl .F Entered from: John Muir '28, Futurf: Civil Serviqd. Service Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Frosh Football5 "Fortune Teller" 4. "Roll on, old world, and I'll roll with you." , X. BACKLUND, ERNEST 5 X f' Ente-64 ffm: Beacon Hin '28, Future: Un citledxh Golf 45 Traffic Committee 4. ft "Ili: mmw': Ernert, but he irn't at all .rerio " BAILEY, NINA 'X Q- ' Entered from: North High, Orego , Futuri Un- Floral Committee 4. ff Alway: ready to lend d helping hand. T V ve N Q l . T f1,U.fLfu- P OL X, to t H ,AQ ch XQXK4- X X, MLM W A. ww, -t - , 5 L oo-few.. AMA' 3 Z0 Ly JQMA f a 5 CE 1 M fn.- A 1 N x X decided. Mid-winter Concert 45 rift C lb SNK N t Wi HJU, AM: I 5 fyg,L,,v,,eJtJ I ll x ' ' Seniors BAKER, VODRA l"Vo"1 I'fvrr.-mul fy-mn: john Muir 'ZPL I"ut1rn': llmle-cirlr-rl. Spanish Club l, 2, I, Scrvicc Club I, Z. "lIl,z.l In flu:-1' von mwrl mv." llAl,lll, ROSE from- My mf fm- ff Y, l- ff, I-'v-.rul'lin." IEATEMAN, llOlVllfR Fnfrrrrl frnm: llrightun YK. Fulnrf: Umlvflrlml. , Honor Sucicty 2, 3, 45 Bnschaill 5. "llnmrr mrriwr rx violin." llAX'l'liR, JEAN f".Iraniu"j lin!!-rr-.I fnrmg Klum-va-lt High, Montana, '29. Fu- turr: Univ:-rsiry uf VVzrshinglun. Ar! Club 4, Cmn- rnvrcinl Club 3, Fun Mnkvrs Cununittwe 4, Prugrnrn Curnrnittm' -I, Lunch Room Cnrnrnillvu L "Small lm! murf- rI.n'u pr-p." llI'Il,'l'Z, -lEANNli'l"I'E f"Rwrl"'l Fur,-r,-fl frnm: Frncrsnn, lfrrtrrrr: Office VVurk. Cnnnxncrcinl Club 4, F11-nch Club I. "M.1y vvfur fnrnn- ln' .rr lu-ilflrt .rr yum lr.rir." ill'illUl'iR, l'IYS'l'l'IIN l"uIr'1'mffrmrr,' jnhn Muir 'IK I"rrlurw: llnwtnl' S. D. Stamp Club 1, 'l'usil:rl:r Club l. "fl mlm nf m.rrl'." lll'IR'l'llCCl, El.lZAllli'l'll L"H:lry"1 Ifutrrrrl fmm: Vlhilwnrth '26, rc-cntvrerl '10, Fu- rrrw: Su-rmgrzrphy. Cnnccrt 4, Cmnmcrcinl Club 4. "Shu ix gum! run! rx good frigid." HIGHS, FERN l"l"r'r1Iir"'j lfutfrr-J fmm: llcnwn Hill 228. l"uturr.' Undecidell. Mid-wlnrur Concert 4, "I-'urtunc 'l'L-lla-r" 4, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4, Roll Rurnn Dvbzitc L'h:unpinn 4. "lla,-yy run I .md ff-nm mn' am frm-." BLUFF, JANE --rm Mfr lklvrfj J.m.'.' BOYD, AGNES I:"Ag's"j l'fn1rwrl frnmf juhn Muir 'Z8. lfufunrf University nf vlllmllillglllll. "Chocolate: Soldier" 2, "Geisha" 35 "C:rrmz-n" lg Manager Vmlvil 45 French Club 1, 2, All Club l, Thrift Club 2, Ilccnrntimi Cnrnrnillce " You fl.r:'m' .':w'ry1frir1g, i rr in-f Ihr 1umill.r nf mxirtv." ISONVDICN, LOIS "Thr Mrr." HRADBURY, EDWARD l"Eri"1 Entrnul fmm: jnhn Muir 'ZPL Futuw.- Unive-rsitv of X'Vnshingtnrr. Vmlvil I, Frvnch Club I, 2. r "ul nrfm nf .rH.:irr," 2 9 , S fx . f lf! X f 7 J f In A44 A f 1 fff. ff rv w ff ,ff J - ,J 1 1 1 f , ff ,ff 1 ffivbu . f1fffv,,a. VNJCL, ff' v aa Seniorx 5 , if' .-' We ... Q .. -.g A 'J fflw--A t lf-. x 1 f C .fy i 1 me- , 44- V- BRADBURY, JACK tf'Bmdf'j Entm-ad fmm: john Muir '28. Fumrfr: Cartooning. "Circus" lg P. T. A. Minstrel Show 3, Voclvil 4g Senior Play 4, Tolo Annual Carroonist 2, Y, -lg VVeekly Cartoonist 2, 3, Thrift Club Z. "Ilu'r fi luck-of-1111-trader." BREHNI, KATHERINE f"Kfflf'ril Ent,-rm! from: john Muir '28, Fumv-w: Universitv of VVashington, Honor Society 2, 3, Vice-President llonor Society 4, Social Service Committee 2, Chair- man Rest Room Committee -lg Senior Lunch Coun- rnittee 4. "Did you mer ham- trozllfle with iz lzorrf lx'.1tl1r-e-inf? " BRANDALISE, ALBINA f"Bina"l Eutrrf-ii from: Emerson '28, Ifuture: Stateswoman. Honor Society Z, 3, 45 Debate Club 35 President Debate Club 45 Vocational Committee lg Assistant Treasurer of Franklin 2, 3, 4g Debate Team 3, 49 Commencement Speaker 4. "lJon't argue with mc, I'm rr drlmtr'1'." BRADLEY, iViARGARET f"flf7arff1"'l Entert:-I from: Beacon Hill '29. French Club l, 2, 3, 45 Opera 4. 4'Rt'd-1m1df'd zvnfmm " BROOKS, VIRGINA Entfwll from: Beacon Hill '28. I":l1ur,': Designer. Basketball Z, Baseball 25 Mid-uintt-r Conte-rt 4, Operetta 3, "Chocolate Soldier" Z, -melt., lfffmzrr ml f,,mf,vr,r,.f,'." RROUGHANI, MILTON l"fflnl" I Ffrfrr,-if from: Brvadwaw '29. Form- f-.- Mrclicino, University of Vlashington, "Cairn:-n" 24 Hi-Y Club 3, 4, Football Z, 3, 4, Track 2. "A big man of lfrrrfrfw' BUCHNER, BETTY Ennwd from: John Muir '28. Plmm-.' Universitv of VVashington. "Circus" lg Concert 25 Vodvil 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, French Club 3, President, Girls, Club 4, Student Grade Adviser 3, 4, Hockey 2, Basketball lg Hiking 1, Track l. "Sl1nrt and .vzL'rl't, rmll html to bmi." BUCKLEY, JOHN Infnhnfzyuj Entwrml from: 0'Dea. lfuture: Undecided. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 45 Camera Club 2, Bovs' Club Secretary 4, Track 2, 3, 45 Football -l. HH, 'f im 'A' fflilzmf .mil .. paflilal- ,.,,.'." ISURDICK, MILDRED "Gi:-f lim the 'rural ami ihtdll find rfn' wry." BUSCH, LUCILLE l"L1zc"1 Frm-red fmm: Columbia. Future: Stenography. "Carmen" 33 '4Geisha" lg Commercial Club Z, -I. "lf I can't lirnw .1 hurhfl nf rilzwr l'Il mlw- ii hav-rf-I .rf gpm:- BUTLER, FRED Enters! from: john Muir '2S. Future: University of Vwashington. "Prince of Pilsen" 1, "Chocolate Sol- dier" 25 Mid-winter Concert 2, Boys' Octet 2, it "Geisha" Z, "Carmen" Z1 Senior Plzw -lg French Club l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 45 Senior Malilire Committee 4. "fl num nf action." CALKINS, ROLAND f"ROHy" Entm-nl ff-om: Beacon Hill 'Z8. Fnmn : Undecitletl. Band l, 2, 3, Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All-City Orchestra 45 Golf 3, 4. "I .Law not do all that bwrmnnr .1 m.m 30 X, 4-nn lilw fwifir..-, ,lnn'1 y.,,n"' 0 Seniors r- CALLAIIAN, CATHERINE l"Kayo"1 Frm-rl-rl frnm: Innnnculale High '30, Future: Unde- cided. "Gm-ishn" lg "Carmen" 35 Mid-winter Cun- ' cl-rt 45 Art Cluh 2, 39 Make-up Cmnmittee 3. 5 I' "Sfn:rL-ling syn, rnl lipr, it X Uflfn llmv why ,1 lvllnu- mfr." nl l mmram., ALICE f"A1"1 Y K: I-.rflwrrll jrum: licncnn Hill '28, Futnn-: Teaching, l , Mi0-winlrl' Cnllcvrl 25 "L'nl'1nL-nl' lg "Geisha" ig ly "Fortune Teller" 44 Spanish Club I, 2, X, 45 Hnnnr K' I Snciety 2, 3, 49 Senior Sislvr 4. l ', -lm. ,-,,,, ..11m,'f iffpfml fm Amr." f 1 4 CAlViP, RICHARD f"Dicle"1 7 W lfunm-: Cnllegv. Fmvtlmll l, 2, 3, 4. Q' ' ' "IVlm! runnlil rllr 14-nrlll .ln zz-irhnni mr?" T CARLSON, ,lAlVllfS Iujfmnl Eu1,rr.1 fmrn: ll:-zlcrm Hill. Fulurw: Mvclicinv. Sci- f 1-me Cluh lg 'llh-:ahn" lg Sul'gc:mI-nt-Arlns 2g Gulf N l, -L , A I -All, 'Y ,. mil nm, funny mil." X CARLSON, SYLVIA I"SyIvil"l Eur.-nal fmru: Dunlnp '28. Fumr.'.- Vllxrk. 4'Chncu- Inu- Soldier" 25 "Cnrn1un" 35 Cnncurt -lg lvlnlinrr ,. Cmnlnillec 3, -lg Mnkc-up C4nnn1ittrr lg Cullurnl Ants Clnnlnittm- Z. w C, X ".S'l:.- rnfnpr lu rnnllun-." CARSON, lVlAl7lil.YNl'I I"fWirL-ry"'l Enf,-rrd from: St, ErIwnrzl's '2X. Fulurr: Undecided. lwizlke--up Cmnlnittm- Z, Z, -lg l.nst :unl Fnuncl Cmn- milluc l. H.vfm,1l.v, ,,,,,.1,i.f ,tml mn- f ' CARLSON, VIOLA I"Vf"'I Enfrr,-J jrnm: 'llcliwn -Iklnlrvr High '29. Futurr: Buyer. Frrnch Club l, 2, 3, 4g Associate Feature Editor Tnln VYcckly 4g Quaker Crvzv 45 Volleyball lg 'll-nnis 25 Rm-cuplinn Cmnnnliltve 2. "Hr-r r1v1-rlnrrf mmf-r hnl ffnm hrlmty xhnpff' CAS'l'Ll'I'I'ON, JEAN I"fua1zie"'il Ent, wil fnfm: John Muir '28, Fnlurr: Univrrsitv nf Wnahingtnn. Hunnr Society 2, 3, 45 Frrnrh Club Z, -lg Lust :lnsl Found Cmnlnillrr 2, 3. "A uliyhtvv rgnnll frirml In lm1w'." COVIELLO, JOE lfntsn-il from: Svnttlv Coll:-gr. Srrvicr Cluh 2, T, 45 Mziiinrv Cmnxuitlcc 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, -l. K'l'IN'l'lOl,l, SAM I'fnlwr-1-.I frnm: Cnllnzln ..R. Fntnr.-: lllkltilllri. Fri:-lnlsllip l'nnnnim-1' -lg Intrzunurnl Sports 2, Z, 4. W w'1 "A ff-llnn' rrlrn kunn-r nn imp.-llifm-nl." C'lllCKl'i'l"l'l, FLAVINA I"I"fn.v.r"I lfrm-rvll frnm: Uullnzun 'ZX. l"ulnrv: Stunugrnpher. 'l'hliil Club lg Rrsl Rnmn l':.ln1nit!w lg Tvping K'n1n1niltm-v 4. "IVV nin' In ln' nil' " l'lllNN, AMY' "Il'1.1,v lllf Hriful lun. umm' lilw hir-,' l Q 1 CHINN, HARRY "Hi.r ulrrfncc ir our IDM." CLAVEY, BETTY f"Belr"j Entered from: john Muir '28. Future: Universitv of VVashington. French Club Z, 3, 45 Honor So- ciety 35 Treasurer of Honor Society, 45 Chairman Favor Committee 35 Rest Room Committee 35 Senior Lunch Committee 4. "PerJonaIity plan." COFFIN, JOHN Entered from: Wenatchee High '30. Future: Stan- ford University. Honor Society 2, Z, 45 Debate Team 45 Debate Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 4. "We all know John." CoNNERToN,' GENEVIEVE 'tSvmll in perron but very nice." cooprk, ALEXIS If"I1ongkong"l Entered from: King George High, Canada. "A reafoned tm1Jeler," COYLE, CLARA LffNafdy'f1 Entered from: Valley City, North Dakota. Form-e: University of Washington. "WE mimirw your quaint hmulyf' CRAMER, IRENE f"Re11ie"'1 Ent.-red from: John Muir '28. Future: University of Washington. French Club l, 2, 3, 45 Vodvil 45 Opera 4. Ullfwzrtbreizker. " DAY, EDWIN l"E1idiu"1 Entered from: Renton '30. Future: Aviation. "He knnwr the rope: behind the never." DAVENPORT, MARGARET l"CIeo"Vl Emi-1-i-.1 from: Emerson '28, Future: University of Vlknshington. French Club 1, 25 Vice-President French Club 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Vice-Presi- :lent Honor Society 45 Vice-President Girls' Club 45 Class Vice-President 25 Class President 55 Base- ball 35 Basketball 25 "F" Club 15 Coinmencema-nt Speaker 4. "l.'nr.wr on my fimxf beauty." DAVIS, MAXINE l"Max"1 Entered from: john Muir '28. Future: College. Vodvil 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 "Quaker Maid" Z, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary 45 Matinee Committee 45 Volleyball l, 25 Basketball 2, Z5 Baseball 15 Golf 25 Vntlvil Committee 3. "Io1mny'r inrpimtionf, DE BOER, FRANCIS l"Re1mre"1 Entured from: Brighton '28, Future: Undtrciticttl. Avi- ation Club 25 Caps and Gowns Committee 4. "Arwtl1efr De Baer parter through." DE BOER, PETER l:"Pete":I Entered from: Brighton '28. Future: Undecided. "Circus'l I5 Aviation Club 15 Service Club 2. "A culinary arti.rt." fl! , - ffffwff- .' 1 f fr ' J r"i, ffL I'-f 6-J!-fb "' 77 K .J., if 1, , f7jf4.,.ft! f DE' OER, NELLIE MAE "Slip l1.1.l to mtm brothrrx :hr didrft know what y fo Jo." DE LAIIPE, MARY l"MaryD"1 Ent'-rl-tl from: Dunlap '2'-1. Futon-: Undecided. Mid- winter Concert 4, Art Club 49 Senior Decoration Committee 4. "lift un thi! num- ptmvl, Mary." IJELZER, DORIS l"Dmly"1 Eritrrrtl from: VVhitwol'th '28, Future: Pullmtln. French Club 2, 2, 4, "F" Club 2, Z, 4, Honor So- ciety X, -lg Soccer ls Hockey 2, Z, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4. "'I'ln- only wily to luuv- iz friend ir to be nnr, and ,vltr ir." IJELLE VITI, FLORENCE f"F1o"1 Enter.-il from: MK. Vernon School. Future: Stenog- ruphy. Lunchroom Cashier -la Vice-President Com- mercial Club 4, Social Service 45 Make-up Com- mittee. "Tim: urmfrclml m.mnrr." DE WINTER, CALISTA l"Cal"l Enron-fl jr-om: Holy Names Academy. Future: Un- tlecided. Commercial Club lg Art Club 4, Social Service 4. yu-vmy for your thoughtrf' DEVIN, mzR'rnA rffla-fm I-Tut.-1-.-il from: Hawthorne '28, Future: University of Vlashington, "Chocolate Soldier" 2, Mid-winter Concert 2, "Carmen" ig "Geisha" 3, Vodvil 3, "Fortune Teller" 4, French Club 2, 3, -lg Basketball l, 2, lg Hiking l, Hockey 2, Soccer I, "F" Club Z. "Thi: ir tilf rnuon grntlrmrn pvrfrr blondrrf' DI DONATO, ROSE I"Scvlly"l Eutenfd from: Beacon Hill '29, Future: Stenog- rnpher. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 4, Social Service I 2. "bln oth-mpts' rio-fything with o rutile." DI JULIO, JOE f"Sluggcr"1 Ent,-mtl from: Mt. Virginia '28. Future: University of Washington. Hi-Y lg Vice-President Hi-Y 4, Chairman Friendship Committee 4, Football lg Bas- ketball l, 2, 35 llascball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports HA l, 2, 3, 4. "A mlm who know: ln- kmizor 11 thing when ht- ,l'not1.': it." DI JULIO, TONY Entrrvd from: Colman '28. Future: Accounting. "I lmtr nobody, I'm in charity with the world." DII.WOR'I'lI, DAVID l"Pf-e Weenl Entm-fd from: john Muir. Futurr: Business Col- lege. Votlvil Z, 4, "Shadow Dodger" 3, Christmas Play 4, St-crctary K. D, Club ig Secretary-Treas- urer Service Club Z, President Hi-Y 4, President Dramatic Club 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Chairman Mati- nee Comnmiittee 45 Chairman Boys' Club Publicity Committee 4, All-City Track l, Yell Duke Z5 Yell King 4. 'HVWJ pep? lfull on mu." DOIIRIN, VICTOR f"Vic"1 Full-nw! from: john Muir. Future: University of Washington. "Chocolate Soldier" 2, "Carmen" 35 Vodvil -I, Senior Play 4, 4'Fortune Teller" 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, -l, Dramatic Club 43 Chess and Check- er Club 4. "Hr may by littlv, but hr mmm' ru bf pmt." DONAIIOE, ROSINA l"'Ro.vL-"1 Ent,-ml from: Beacon Hill '28, Futnr.-: Office VVork. "Carmen" 1, 4'Geisha" 3. "Size florru't count." 33 .1 ,I X, , if :IA-',.z f f an uf! , ff f H4 -We ,Vw it f V l X MW, W ef xl! m2Seni0r5 DORNBERGER, THELMA fngilliel Entered from: Beacon Hill. Future: Undecided. Commercial Club l, 2 Z5 French Club 39 Minute Girls 2. "Light ami flair and a .runny dirpn:ition." DRAzrc, KATHERINE rfflc,,fy"1 Enter,-d from: St. Edwards '28. Future: Stenograph- er. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 45 Lunchroom Cashier 45 Social Service -lg Thrift Club. "Quiet but All the more worthy." EATON, MAR-IORIE l"Marge"1 Entered funn: Columbia '28, Future: Private School. Senior Play 45 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Sister 4g Golf 2. "One might ax well be dead ar out of farltianf' EBERHARTER, FRANK l"Frank"1 Entrri-d from: O'Dea junior High ,Z8. Future: VVork, Thrift Club Z, 35 Vice-President Senior Class 4. "Not anly Frfmk, but friendly." EBERHARTER, MARGARET LOUISE Erztarfd from: St. james Cathedral ,28. Futuna: Un- decided. Commercial Club 1, 2, 35 Entertainment Committee 25 Tennis 3. "She ir irtduxtviour and Inodfrtf' EIPPER, GEORGE Lffslfmm Entered from: Ballard High '27, Track 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, "I want new warldr tu cumlufv-." ENDRESS, ELIZABETH l"Sixter Suxie"'l Entered from: Beacon Hill '28, Commercial Club l. "Aw you alway: bury, Lizzie?" ERICKSON, GRACE rffsabwj Entered frum: john Muir '2X. Futura: Business. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 45 "F" Club 3. "The lip: may by film: but :hr fyw will rpmkf' EVERS, MARY -fswy you hud to 1.q.m.- uf:- EVATT, ROY 4'Fmnlclin',r Dan Juan. ' EWART, MAR JORIE Vfmafgwl Entrwd from: john Muir. Fntun-: University of Washington. Vodvil 35 Commercial Club l, 25 French Club 2, 35 Decoration Committee Z, 3, 4g Minute Girl lg Entertainment Committee lg Hockey 2, 4g Quaker Maid 4g HF" Girl Senior Sister -lg Reception Committee 4. "A little nonnfnrf now and thru, Charm: the hearty af all thf- mm." FALAHEE, NORMAN li"Cf1ang"1 Entifwd from: john Muir '28. Future: Journalism. 4'Circus" 15 "Fortune Teller" 45 Vice-President Service Club 35 Associate Sports Editor VVeekly 35 Sports VVriter 45 Annual Sports Editor 3, 4. "AI1nutr don't grow on trerrf, FORRIQST, EIJWARIJ I"Ru.v"j Hurt-nt! frnnx: Seattle College. Future: Pharmaceu- tical. Ili-Y 3, 4, Lunchrooni 2, Z, 45 Football l, llaskctball I, 2. "'l'ln'rr'r nothing ilrnrf- about ffiir Forrrrtf' FICRRARI, ENZO l"RilI"l liutrr,-rl from: Collnan '29. Fntnrw: Business Col- lege. Frm-nch Club I, 2, Commercial Club 3, 4, "u'h..1'f mf rio- of worrying?" FOISIE, VIRGINIA Infirlnynj Entrrrd from: Brighton '28, Future: Mills Col- lege. "Chocola'e Soldier" 24 Treasurer Girls' Clib -lg Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 25 Class Vice-Presitlelit 3, Chairman Program Committee 3, Chairman Social Service Committee 35 Student Grade Arlviser 2, ig Basketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, 3, lliking l, 2, I5 Baseball 2, Z5 Tennis 2, 3, Hockey K, 4. --F" Club, Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4. "Pr,-ny In will wirh, wirry ru talk with ,md plffu- .ml Inn lu rhiul- of." FOX, GLADYS Ent.-nil from: john Muir '28. Futurf: Undecided. Mill-winter Concert l, 2, 4, "Carmen" 3, "Choco- latv Solrlit-r" 25 "Geisha" Z4 "Fortune Teller" 4, Vo.lvil -lr President French Club 4, Honor Society Z, 3, 4. "S1.:!f'ly .mil mll Ihr wallmr in Ihr hall." FOWLER, LLOYD f"Ft1wlcr"'I Frm-rf-ri from: St, Edwards '28. Future: Traveling Salt-sman. Matinee Committee 3, Caps and Gowns Conunittee 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 4. "lJ.,o'r ooh, l.irliff." FREEBURN, ANNABEL l"Amy"l Ffzrrn-J from: john Muir '2il. Futurw: Music Super- visor of Mills College, UChocolate Soldiern 2, Mid- winter Concert 2, 3, Ilanrl lg String Quartet 35 Lost anrl I-'ounrl Committee l, 2, Chairman Music Conrniittee -lg Ifllltllfllllllltlil Committee 4. "S.ur-rlf'fvw1l." GARRISON, MARGARET' "F" Club Prcsirlent 4. "IV: nirl- ro fn- nnturril when you'n- nnfumlly nice." GEPNER, RICHARD X "HW entry lun: liir wrirw'r." t:rt.lsi:R'r, RALPH rffcilfq Ent.-r.-.I from: john Muir '28, Ifuturf: University of Washington. Stamp Club I, 29 Service Club 3, 4, Commercial Club l, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4. f'M.'1.r,..-h..ly ,....,,." GILES, HAROLD l"f.'hr4f1bfr1x"I lfurfn-.1 from: john Muir '28. I-'rirurrz University of VVashinglon. Votlvil 3, Stamp Club l, 2, Service Club I, Assistant Sports Editor Weekly 3, Sports Eti- itor 4, 'I'olo VH-ckly Columnist, Crt-eti Hook Com- niittue 45 Football Manager 3. "Thr mifnr1.1y of rhf W.-wklyf' t:n.LmM, JACK Ffoz.-ml from: Whitworth '28, Furrmr: College. lli-Y -lg Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track l, -l. "All-firy m.u1." ULAZIICR, ELIVIA l"Brr1r1"l Ffnrrwd from: VK'hitwortli '2X. I"u!urr: Clerk. Mid- winter Concert 4, French Club 3, 45 Spanish Club lg Girls' Rest Room Committee l, 2, Basketball 25 Commercial Club I. Hlfrrglrr .mil M-.mIifuI." My ' ' 4 4 . ,l . V r all 6 35 ' . ELM- y. . Va! . J Q4 ' li! P, A . A . 0 ,jf jD , VJ 5 WW JP AND IJ l v',.'cLiJ li A 'D I l ' ,we as arf-if-if "Ti we ww Juv' v I if n a2Seni0rs GOLDSMITH, KATHRYN f"Teda"1 Entered from: john Muir. Future: Undecided. Mid' winter Concert 2, 45 Vodvil 25 French Club l, 2, 3 4. "She crzllr a rpade a rpudef' GOODRICH, JOHN fufahnievl Entered from: Roosevelt High '29, Future: Univer- sity of Washington. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 President Honor Society 45 Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 45 President Spanish Club 45 Service Club President 45 Sergeant- at-Arms 45 Boys' Club Cabinet 45 Track l, 2, 3, 4. "Hi: .rerene manner become: him well." GOODFELLOW, MARGARET f"Margie"'j Entered from: Whatcom High '30. Future: Pullman, Glee Club 45 French Club 35 Quaker Tea Room 45 Basketball 35 Service Committee 3. "And :he iff' GORSLINE, WILLIAM f"BilIl'j Entered from: Idaho '29. Future: Architectural Drawing. Aviation Club 2, 35 Service Club 45 Tolo VVeekly Ad Manager '55 Business Manager VVeekly 35 Annual Advertising Manager 4. "When he goer out to :ell an ad, he rellr it." Goss, BETTY lffaeuwj Entered from: Emerson '28. Future: University of Washington. French Club 1, 2, Z5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Make-up Committee 3, 45 Senior Sister 45 Chairman Properties Committee 45 Student Grade Adviser 4. "Commun .renre if not u common thing." GOULD, STANLEY I:"Stan"1 Entered from: Columbia '29. Future: Undecided. Mid-winter Concert 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3. "All that glittery ir not Gould." GRAYSON, GORDON l"Gonlie"1 Hi-Y 45 Yell Duke 4. "He mixer burinerr with pleasure." GREENE, MARY ANN Entered from: john Muir '28. Future: University of Washington. Commercial Club I5 Honor Society 15 Senior Dress Committee, Senior Picture Committee 45 Chairman Cultural Arts Committee 2, 3, 4. "Small in rtature, but large in perronulityf' GREENWOOD, WILLIAM I"Bill"1 Entered from: Lewis and Clark High, Spokane. Fu- ture: Annapolis. Vodvil 2, 45 Thrift Club l, 25 French Club 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 3, 45 Senior Pin Com- mittee 45 Circulation Manager Tolo Annual 35 Ada vertising Manager Tolo VVeekly 35 Editor Tolo An- nual 45 Hi Leaders Conference 45 Boys' Club Pub- licity Committee 4. "None but himrelf can be hir parallel." GRIFFIN, DOROTHY l"Dot',j Entered from: Columbia '29, Future: University of Vtfnshington. "Chocolate Soldier" 25 Mid-winter Concert 25 "Geisha" 35 Senior Play 45 Vodvil 45 French Club l, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Chairman Matinee Committee 4. "l rin' above other women." GRIFFITH, HAROLD f"Gri-ful Entered from: Klamath Union High '30, Future: Undecided. Volleyball lg Baseball 25 Basketball 2. "Every inch a gentleinnrlf' GRUBLE, JOHN P. Entered from: Colman '28. Future: University of Washington. Radio Club 2, 3, 45 Debate 2, Z5 Service Club 1. Projerrian: Law. Hobby: Radio amateur. 36 GURLEY, LEROY l"Babc"1 Entwrwd from: Bryn Mawr '28, Futurr: Undecided. Glee Club l5Tolo Typist 45 Basketball l, 45 Golf l. "Tnln'r sp.-I-d typirtf' GUSTAFSON, AMY Entrr.-d fmni: VVhitworth '27. Future: Undecided. Spanish Club Z5 Commercial Club Z5 Make-up Cum- mittee 3, 4. -'I mid ,W lui graduate." HADLEY, IRENE l"'Rf'nnfe"1 Eoin-rd from: Columbia '28. Future: Secretarial Vi'ork. French Club l, 25 Commercial Club Z5 Senior Sister 45 Rest Room Committee 2, 35 Commence- ment Usher K. "Ihr only regret if that rhe hu: only one life to spend ut Jchnulf' HAGERTY, DOROTHY f"Buridy"1 Entnrd from: Broadway '28. Future: Business Col- lege. Opera 45 Connnercial Club l, 2, Z. "Boyr, Ihr lm: a mind of her uwn."' HALE, MARIE l"'Rec"1 Ent,-n-J from: john Muir '27. Future: Vvashington State College. Mid-winter Concert l5 Vodvil 3, 45 French Club l, 25 Entertainment Committee 15 Charm Coininittee 4. "t.'wm' and trip it ur you go on the light fantastic for-." IIAI.I,, VIRGINIA rffcfngwj Enti-nd from: Garfield '!0. Future: University uf VVashington. Honor Society 25 Secretary for Voca- tional Conference 3. "Such .1 quirt girl." IIAMAIJA, Rosie rffHamw1 Ent.-rm! from: Central '28. Future: University of VVashIngton. Carnival lg "Geisha" Costume Com- mittee 35 Vodvil 45 Thrift Club l, 3, 45 French Club I, 2, 1, 45 Honor Society 2, Z, 45 "F" Club 15 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 45 Student Grade Adviser 2, 3, 45 Chairman Teachers Committee 45 Soccer l5 Hockey 2, Z, 45 Volleyball l, 2, Z, 45 Baseball I, 2, i, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Basketball 1, 45 Tennis Manager 35 Basketball Manager 4. "l"mnklin'J proud of thi: Ron." HANSEN, FLORA I"'Hrie'ne"l Enlrn-rl from: Emerson '28. Futurf: Study of Music. All-city Orchestra l, 2, 45 School Orchestra I, 2, 45 Singing Strings 4. "Silt-ricr if golden- -it haf no charm: for mr," HARVEY, VICTOR f"Vir',l "I uin't lrrnutiful, I .:in't good-looking, but :hr low: vor." HAZEN, GEORGE WILIIUR rffpfmy Boynl Ent,-n-fl from: Emerson '28. Futura: University of vvashiitgtim. Mid-winter Concert 25 Honor Society 2, Z, 45 Coinincrcial Club lg French Club 3, 45 Serv- ice Cluh 4. "Ari .rhnulli br hir midlllw www." HAWKINS, JACK Ent'-nd from: Sight Saving 'Z8. Future: University of Washington. "Chocolate Soldier" 25 Concert 25 Debate Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Science Club 3. "Bland buy." HEATH, ELEANOR l"El"1 Eritrrwd from: Lowell High, San Francisco, 'il. Fuirm-: University of California. Honor Society 45 Senior Sister 45 Ushur 4. "Pm-lrrr nf rm Im-Im talent." 37 Seniors yfiif i . ' I' , -f . r, V i, f t .-Y .U t, . . pf f'-jiffjif' , , 1 fy fir I . fl' 5.4 i' if fbi ' I I A rl' 'X I 7 t 1' I 514' 1 A 'II . ' fi' i ' ' 1 if , -, . .I I Al V I 5 5 gli' rf 4411, r f :Inf 'Q 1"'c.' If 1 1 if f f . 1 f Y .f Seniors J.. U . F t .Kl' A t" 'x l HELLENTHAL, KATHERINE f"Kr1tfN'I Entwr.-ri from: Brighton '28. Futura University of Washington. Mid-winter Concert 15 "Chocolate Sol- dier" 25 "Geisha" 35 "Carmen" 35 Orchestra 25 Senior Play 45 Honor Society 3, 45 French Club lg Matinee Committee 45 Chairman Student Advisers. "Th,-nk it little bit of had in awry good lirrlf girl." HENDRICKSON, MARTIN f"Mar!y"I Entf-nd from: Bothell High '29. Futun-: University of VVashington. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 45 Class Treasurer 15 Scholarship antl Dramatic Com- mittee Chairman 45 Football l, 3, 45 Basketball l, 25 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball l. "Mildf"but hr- mtirjirrf' HERTH, MARGUERITE f"Margit"'I Eotrred from: Colman '28, Future: Undecitletl. 'fron not wmp1aining.'i HECHTNIAN, LESTER I"I,e.v"1 Entered from: Roosevelt '30. Future: Business Ex- ecutive. Honor Society 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Stamp Club 3, 4. "Silt'nct' ulu.-ay: nmrkr wirdorrlf' HILL, ALLEN f"t1lIt1y"1 Entered from: Brighton '28. Future: Forestry, Uni- versity of Vlfashington. Science Club lg Boat Club 15 Intramural Basketball Z, 3, 4. "A Hill in the forfrtf' HJELNIAA, OLGA Enron-d from: Hawthorne '28, Futmr: Undecided. Vodvil 35 Commercial Club lg "FU Club 45 Senior Sister Z5 Social Service 3, 45 Soccer l5 Hockey 2, 35 Baseball 25 Volleyball l. "She rportr 4 'fmt' pin." HOEFFLE, JAMES f"Cztrley"1 Entered from: Brighton lZ8. I"utuw: Business Man. Commercial Club lg Intramural Basketball l, 2, 35 Basketball 4. "Oli, what a fltune, Jimmy." HOFFMAN, RUTH l"RuIhI1"I Entered from: Emerson '28. Future: University of VVashington. Stage Force 45 Art Clunb l, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club I5 Friend- ship Committee 45 Decoration Committee 4. "Ami crm :hr play the banjo." HOLT, DORIS l"D01fi6',1 Entered f1'om.' Brighton '28, Future: Business Col- lege. Dramatic Club lg Spanish Club 3. "Pep and plenty of itf' HOPP, EDNA "Thr .vmile rrwrzlr the pearl: within." HONE, MABEL lffcttflfyfq Future: University of VVashington. t'Fortune Tell- er" 45 Quaker Cozy 45 Stamp Club 4. "May I go Hone, Mir: McCurney?" HOPTON, HARRIETT pfH0ppfw1 Entered from: john Muir. Future: Undecided. "Gei- shan 35 Mid-winter Concert 45 "F" Club I, 2, 35 Quaker Maids 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 French Club Z, 35 Refreshment Committee 3. Hllnulr raise the world Jo reriauflyf' if x 3 8 X 5 MwnA,,.L,jUWWL .-.H Q. MJ : ww,,.,jg'p'i,,J0,lJlppf 1 jLJ,fNJ'T"-fs' kgffflenlzors ,J-7' -cj A ' YMQ. ul ' IIORAT, CLARENCE l"CIarey"l Ent,-r.-il from: Beacon Hill 'ZPL Future: Linotype. "Geisha" 35 Mid-winter Concert 45 Commercial Club I5 Art Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Baseball Manager I. "Fr.iml'lin'.r hlufhing Rom,-n." IIOYT, NADES I"G'rnmfma"l Ent.-ml from: Lincoln lligh '50, Futurr: University of Washington. "Geisha" 35 Senior Play 45 Mid- aww J' winter Concert 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Vodvil 45 Girls' Sextette 45 Dramatic Club 45 Glee Club 45 Spanish Club 4. "A .twl-I-t .md gmtlr zmiuw if .m admirable quality." IIUIJGINGS, VIRGINIA l"Jifznv"l Enfwml from: llryn Mawr '2X. Future: Cornish School Music. Cultural Arts Committee 2. "Libr lr good oprm null-Y rf.rn-mul." IIEIIJEN5 MYRTLE I"Myrl"l Entvml from: Dunlap ,29. Future: Stenography. "Geisha" 35 "Fortune Teller" 45 Commercial Club 45 Honor Society 45 Tennis 25 Senior Sister 45 Make- up Committee 45 Social Service 4. "Tha wor1il'r umiting for you." IIUTCIIINSON, ANN l"Pimly"l Enter.-ll from: john Muir 'ZPL Futon-: University of Vl'ashington. "Circus" I5 Mid-winter Concert 25 Vodvil 35 Commercial Club I5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Art Club 25 Secretary of Girls' Club 45 Spanish Club Z5 Vocational Committee 25 Reception Com- mittee 35 Soccer I5 Basketball I, 25 Track 15 Hockey 2. Hlmlryw-ndmcr ir hrr midlllr m1mr." ICIIARA, KAORU Entrrud from: Pacific '28. Future: japan. "Circus" I5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Floral Committee I5 Social Service 4. "A fri,-nd to ull." IMBERG, WILLIAM l"BilI"l "Km-p your ryr on lint." IVES, RALPH I"R1ackie"'l lion-ml from: Phelps, Wisconsin, '28. Future: VVoik. French Club I5 llasketball l, 2, Z, 45 Track Manager 2. -fw'h..f'f ,our lumfyw' ISHIKAWA, KIYOKO Ent-'fell from: Central '28. Future: Undecided. '4Cir- cu:4" I5 "Geisha" Z5 Yodvil 45 Honor Society 2, 45 French Club 2, 35 Senior Sister 45 Teachers Com- mittee 45 Floral Committee 35 Hike l5 Baseball 35 Track 35 Basketball 45 Hockey 45 Volleyball 4. "Ht-r frirmlly rutile." -IARVIS, VIRGINIA I"Jim1y"l Eno-ml jrum: john Muir. Fu1ufr.- Undecided. French Club'l5 Lost and Found Committee I5 Chair- man Scrapbook Committee 4. "Big ryrr .in rr big rulmrztngf-." -IENNINGS, AUSTIN 5ffAu15-"5 Eritrrril from: Emerson '28. Furur,-: Electrical Engi- neering, "Fortune Teller" 45 Ulee Club 3, 45 Boys' Club Committee 4. "l"larning youth." JENSEN, JAMES l"1iwmie"l Fvlrfml from: Colman '28, Fulurw: University of Vlnshiiigton. llonor Society Z, I, 45 Spanish Club 2. "TMI nlrm'r witty." 39 aff' -Cbla-41, 14'-6 . 5414" I uf-ffl - '-fn Q , i X - ,, ',y..f:f',-Z'-ff.,-QL, D ..,fwff"5-Q-4: 'f ,fu J f-I 4. j,4P'U x fl 1-J,-mfg.-1, -l . V '.' I -V , fl s..0'2ys..i M- ,. ' I . f - , , A f .d'fl'1'...f'z"'f?n-7 WE, ' - ' ' lf' ' , 4 . ,J V,-' R 1 - D - ' A Wana-1 N a2Seni0r5 I JOHANSON, SVEA Entered from: Eglon l28, Future: Undeciriuti. "A friend to fm'ry0r1e'." JOHNSON, ENNA Entrnwi from: Columbia '28. Futun-: Bellingham Normal. Art Club 1, 3, 45 French Club 13 Member- ship Committee 3, 4. "Tall and :r'rn1t'." JOHNSON, JANE l".1aniu"f Entered from: XVest Woodland '28. Future: Unde- cided. Decoration Committee I, Make-up Committee 35 Usher 4, Teachers Committee 4. "A pretty Jane." JOHNSTON, DEAN Entered from: Rose Hill '29, Future: Undecided. Track I, 2, 3, 4. "lr he ar wire as he looks?" KALBERG, FRANK I:"KaI"1 Entered from: Broadway '28. Futuw: Radio Sound Engineering. Stage Electrician 2, 35 Radio Club 2, Z, 4. "Another radio fun." KATOAKA, YURI I:"Sally',1 Entered from: Central '28. Future: Undecided. Cur- nival I g Baseball 2. " Tlmt Peprmlrnt mzilef' KEHOE, CLARA f"Keh00ie"1 Ente:-ed jrmn: Emerson '28. Ifumn-: Ellensburg Nor- mal. Vodvil l, 25 Funmakers l, 35 Improvement Committee 25 Reception Committee 3, Matinee Committee 3, Senior Sister 45 Soccer lg Basket- ball I. "She put the pep in pvppfrf, KELLY, ELMA "None name hfr but to pmin' har." KELLY, KATHERINE pfK,mw1 Entered from: Columbia '28. Future: Undecided. Thrift Club l, Commercial Club lg Class Treasurer 3, 45 Matinee Committee 3. "A man-hater when tlierfr nom' around." KIGER, HELEN f"Kikil'j Entered frafn: Dunlap '28, Futura: Unrlecirietl. "Geisha" 3, "Carmen" 3, Mid-winter Concert 43 Matinee Committee 4, Usher 2. "A winner uf frifndrf' KING, JEANNE UPEM1 Entert-d from: Emerson '28, Fururf: Stenography. Chairman Girls' Rest Room Committee 2. "She:'r 11 quxrn, too." KIRK, ANNA f"Speetl":l Entfrefl from: VVest Seattle 'Z8. Futura: Business College. "Carmen" 35 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Club Rest Room Committee 1, 25 Ohice Force 4, xmileybrtll 1, 2. "Any relation to Cfmch Kirk?" s t of FX 4.0 - I 5-5 , f f 5, . A . A ,lf ,I ,Ax I. -fkzxf I t- .A fy- ML A 1 f x. J . in 5, L5 I L , L, Af ' - if ' i Y ge , 4 L' 0, 4 I Y- L 8' ' .9 C, J by ' . . A J.. , 5 -f' , 'Af' S - ,L . ' ' F A 1 1' L. 5 ' .. . ,ef 1 e ors D I Lf' 4' 1 fll ,I A 1 ' Us " J , KIRKLAND, ERIC f"Ek"j 5 x Eno-rml from: Emerson '28, Futurw: Undecided. . Mid-winter Concert lg Glee Club 15 "Chocolate , ' soitiiew 2, Spanish club 2, 2, 4. pvc - Any!! , "Did ynu conu' from Kirkland?" fd! J ' KOGANE, MITSUMASA 0 yo Frrtrml from: Central '29, Future: Undecided. Hon- ku or Society 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. , K , ,L'l"' "A bright Jludmi and .1 nicl' mtv." X- 5 5 KOOZIN, VICTOR l"Tim"l Em.-rrd from: Beacon Hill '2R. Futurf: University of Vvflihililllllll. Honor Society 45 Chess and Checker f Club 2, 35 Track 3. . t "PV: admin' your .ridl-burnt." J LANDRY, LE ROYCE f"Lro"l H9 f , Z .- Evxt.--rd from: Columbia '29. Futun-: University of mf, if VVashin"ton. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Thrift Club 2, A' J S 5 ' 'L 45 French Club l, 2, 3. 4. "Thu nthrr flirty to tllr 'Cupitl car' Mm." . 5"-5, 'Lf LANGER, MARY l"Mlckie"j 'V Y 5 f Ente-n-d lram: Hamilton '28, Future: Secretarv. Mid- 741' Ayr! , winter Concert 25 Ct-mmercial Club 2, Z5 Make-up - Q J ' Committee 2, 35 Refreshment Committee 4. I IL 4 "Mury ir mi-ny." l ' V ' ' 5 1 v LANO, MARIE ALICE fffspfl-.fit-"1 ' -' " -I ' Enter,-ll from: Beacon Hill '28. Future: Radio. Vod- ' , vil lt "Fortune Tellerl' 45 Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 1 ' ' " 5 ' 45 Senior Sister 45 Tusitala Club 4. 5 J f , ,. "Shr': wnrth hrv wright in gold." -'1f'f" ' nk 4 " 4'- s I A LAOENG, VINCENT f"VinJ"1 5' , 1 1 1 , Eur.-roi from: Garfield High. Future: VVashinvzt:-n State College. Filipino Club I, 2, 3, 45 President ' ' Filipino Club 4. f o I "May your future br nr mrrry .tr your smile." yjj 7' 71' - --X LARSEN, GEORGE f'fPf.,"5 wp 1 f""L'Mif Entrrrd from: Yakima jr. High '2V. I-'ururl-5 Min- Y ," gl Q,1 Q. ing Engineer. "Sabi-r ur a ju-igv." LARSEN, ELSA f"Su'e1le"1 Enm-f-d jf-nm: Whltworth '28, Fufurf: Secretary. French Club 25 Commercial Club 25 P. T. A. Ush- er 4. "Sweet und .rl1y." LARSON, ANITA I"Nifa"1 Entrrfd from: Columbia '28. Fururl-: University of Washington. Commercial Club l, 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Honor Society 45 Senior Sister 45 Quaker Maid 3, 45 Make-up Committee 2, 45 Basketball 35 Base- ball 35 Track 35 Hockey 4. "That golden hair." LARSEN, HELEN lfnfvrrd from: Beacon Hill '28. l"uturr.' Undecided. Mid-Winter Concert 2, 45 "Geisha" 35 "Fortune Teller" 45 Senior Sister 4. "Lily if just om' long Jwrrt giggle." LARSON, CONSTANCE l"Cannfe"1 Ent:-rrd from: Hawthorne '28. Future: University of VVashington. Make-up Committee 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Truck 2, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Hockey 45 "F" Club 3, 4. "A :tar athlete." 4.1 .1 naSeni0r5 LE CLAIR, GENEVIEVE l"Gen"l Entrrwd from: Colman '29, Futunf: VVashington State College. Vodvil 2, 3, 45 Mid-VK'inter Concert 23 "Carmenl' 35 "Geisha" Z5 "Fortune Tellern 45 Se- nior Play 4g Dramatic Club 2, 35 Thrift Club ig Make-up Committee 25 Social Service 35 Senior Sister 45 Lunchroom Committee 2, K5 VVardrobe Commit- tee 3. "I-It-r tmp ability if not known." LEIPPER, ALEXANDER f"Alcx."l Ent.-red from: T. T. Minor '28. Ifotfiw: University of VVashington. Debate Club 3, 43 Debate Team 3, 45 Honor Society 4g Track 4. "IJan't argur with tliir mlm." LEIPPER, ELLEN Entvmi frnvn: T. T. Minor 'Z8. Futura: Undecided. Mid-VVinter Concert Z, 45 "Geisha" ig Senior Play 45 Vudvil 45 French Club 3, 4. "A roft voice bfcmnrr fr lady." LEW, BOW GIN Entered from: Central '28. Future: Undecided. Hon- or Society 2, 3, 45 Art Club l. "We nmrly turned your norm: around." LIEDMAR, EDITH ffM..fymz1w. If... if W gm.-r LINDER, KENNETH IYlcKE?lI1Q',,Yl Entwred from: Chehalis 'Z0. Futurri VVashington State College. Hi-Y Club 49 Football 4. "Many a yard of .rkin Vw' prrled, Fighting on the football field." LINDQUIST, TYNE Entered from: Kennyrlale '28. Commercial Club lg Art Club lg Honor Society 2, Z, 45 Social Service Committee 4. "She i.r."l LIPPIS, Susie rffsoupfq Entered from: Emerson '29. Future: University of Washington. Honor Society Zi Minute Girls lg As- sistant Art Editor of Annual 4. . "Art har itf pawn," LETTERMAN, MARJORIE l'fMamwl Entered from: Brighton '2R. Future: Music VVork. "Chocolate Solrliern 25 Mid-Winter Concert 2, 45 Vodvil 2, 35 "Carmen'l 34 "Geisha" 35 "Fortune Teller" 43 Girls, Sextette 2, 45 Dramatic Club Kg Se- nior Sister 45 Grade School Adviser 43 Senior Class Program Committee 45 Baseball 2. "Qurzintly petite and daintily swf-vt." LOCHOW, ROBERT i"HulJ',l Entered from: john Muir '28. Futurr: University of Washington. "Circus" l g Senior Play 45 Art Club lg Stamp Club l, 25 Vice-President of Aviation Club 35 Radio Club 3, 45 Service Club 2, 45 Senior Pub- licity Committee 45 Librarian 25 Intramural Sports Z. "A budding actor." LOFTUS, TOM f"T0mrrzy"1 Enter,-tl from: St. Edward's '28, Future: Undecided. Basketball 3, 4. "Spend if hir middle mulls." LUKIN, THEODORE I"Ted"j Entered from: VVhitworth '28. Future: VVork 'iOwner of Cupirfr car." 42 Lrroko, EDMUND 5--E.i"1 I?v1r,rn-.ifm111.- john Muir '2K. l"r1t11n-: University of Washington. "Circus" I5 l'Chocolate Soldier" 25 Vodvil Z5 "Fortune Teller" 45 Class President 35 Service Cluh 25 Business Manager of 'I'oIo Ifeekly 35 Franklin's Representative in S. A. R. Oratory Con- lest 45 Basketball I, 2, I, 4. "Ihr hriglrr in no-rytliirrg if rarily rlmu.-n.' MAGRUDER, CA'l'III'IRINE f"Kr1y"l F1111-r1-1lfr11111: Beacon Hill '28, F1m1r1-.- Stenographer. Office Clerk 4, USII1' r11'r'1'r Hlrlkwr 4 blunliur, .Wir 11111 rr hr .1 wnnllf-r." MARKIIAM, EDWARD f"E1i"l Fv1t1'r1-J funn: Beacon Hill '2K. lfumn-: Business. Vorlvil 45 Senior Play 45 Commercial Club I, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 45 Matinee Committee 45 Commence- ment Program Committee 45 Flag Committee 4. "IL-'r quir! 1'x1'1'pt on Ihr rlagf-." MARTIN, LENORA I"l,r'11f1."'I FnI1'r1-11 from: john li. Allen '28. Future: Music. "Carmen" K5 "Geisha" 35 Minstrel Show I5 Senior Play 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Voflvil 45 Mirl-winter Concert 45 Dramatic Club l, 45 A Cappella Choir 45 All-City Chorus 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Grade School Adviser 45 llaskutball I5 Soccer I5 P. 'I'. A, Usher I5 Mernlmelship Committee of Senior Class 3. "Siu xr-1111 hfr goal." MARTINEZ, FERDNANDO 5-1 1.,..1- 1,.'f.,f,' 1 1.-ir." IVIASUDA, IVIINOKU I"Mir1"I Ffntwrwrl fr111n.- Cen'raI '2X. Futunn- University of VVashin51ton, Art Club 25 Spanish Cluh I5 Honor So- ciety 2, 3. 4. "Minoru knnwr hir c11rrnrr." IVIASUDA, SADAYASHI l"Sa1!"l En11-rn! from: Colman '2l'l. l"r1111r1': University of Washington. Connnercial Club I, 25 Art Club I5 llonor Society 2, I, 4. "A krrn lilllr f1'llnzL'." MA'l"l'SON, ADOLPII l"Su'1'11u"j I-f11r1'r1'1I frnnr: Colman '28, I"umr1'.- Undecided. First Place in Declamatory Contest I5 Vorlvil 45 Hi-Y Cluh I, -I5 Secre'ary of Hi-Y Cluh 45 Dramatic Club 45 Chairman of Senior Assembly 45 Football 15 Up- ton Melal Winner 4. "II1-.1r 1111- fur I 11.-1111111 1511-ak." MNFZGER, NEIL E11f1'r.'d fr-11111: University School. 1"ur11r1': University of Vkkxshington. Vodvil 45 Orchestra I5 Stamp Club 25 Ad Club 25 Science Club 25 Circulation Manager of 'I'olo VVeekly Z5 Football I5 Tennis I. "I Jan- nur fn' .rr funny ar I ji-fl." MAXSON, .IOIIN lufohnnynl Ffn11'r1-flfronl: Beacon Hill '2N. Future: Music. Con- cert I, 2, I, 45 "Geisha" Z5 Vodvil Orchestras Z, 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Honor Society 25 Service Club K5 Senior Pin Committee 4. "I may ilir 111 :law muric, but let me lim' to f.r::5:." MCCLAY, RUSSELL I"Rusx"l 1 Eur,-ml fmn1.- Whitworth '28. F11r11r,-.- University of Washington. Float Club I, 2, 35 Aviation Club 25 Science Club I5 Chess Club '45 Stamp Club 4. "A lrlzmdr Scntrllmarrf' MCCLICLLAND, ELIZABETH I"Bc1ly"I Frllrrwd from: Hawthorne '29. Fur1u1': University of IK'ashington. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Commercial Cluh Treasurer 25 "F" Cluh 35 Quaker Maid 35 So- cial Service I5 Chairman of Health Committee 35 Soccer I5 Hockey K, 45 Yollevhall 45 Baseball 35 Point Manager 4. "Honor lirr in hrnrrrt toil." 4-3 Seniors X x Xml 1 its lf. K . MZ at 5? s ll! HRM if Q x 4-if ' f I XJ W naSeni0r5 rio W of MCLEOD, MURIEL Entered from: Hawthorne '28, Future: Cornish. Minute Girls lg Senior Sister 45 Friendship Com- mittee 4. "RprervedfOl1. my yer." MCCROSKRIE, BURNS f"Skipper"'I Entfrwi frrm: john Muir l28. Future: Undecided. Thrift Club I5 President of Boat Club 25 Service Club 3, 4. "We don'l want you any lungsr, yozfn' long .,m.ugh." MCNAIR, ISABELLE l"I.vry"I Enron-ll from: Whitwor'h '28, Futurr: Pusiness. Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Art Club 25 Commercial Club 2, 35 Hikes lg Volleyball l, 25 Basketball 2, 35 Track 35 Hockey 3. "Ont: of Fmnlzlinir prize blunder." MCNAMARA, MARGARET l"Marge"l Erztvred from: St. Mary's ,28. Future: University of Vklashington. Crmmercial lg Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Corresponding Secretary of Girls' Club 45 Voca- tional Committee 3. "She needr na introduction." MEDLEY, INEZ rfflkeyq Entered from: Dunlap '28. Future: VVork. "Choco- late Soldierl' 25 "Carmen" 35 "Geisha" 35 "Fortune Teller" 45 Mid-winter Concert 45 Girls' Sextette 45 "F" Club 4. "Jun bl-cuure I wear ra turtle neck rwtrutrr dat'.rn't mran I'rn flaw." MEDLEY, MAUDE f"Maudie"1 Entered from: Victor Grade School '28, Futurr: Tea Room VVork. "Geisha', 35 "Carmen" 35 Mid-winter Concert 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Quaker Maid 2, 3, 45 "F" Club 2, 3, 4. "The world appreciutrr the warfzerxf' MIEKLEJOHN, DONALD f"Don,'1 Entf-mi from: john Muir '28, Future: University nf Washington. Carnival 15 Stamp Cluib li Camera Club 25 Radio Club 3, 4. "Tin-rl"r art in hi: fingerrf' MERLINO, GENIO l"Gc'ne,'1 Entered from: Beacon Hill '28. Future: Bricklayer. "Fxtm! Exim!" MERRILL, JOHN l"Doc"1 Entfrfd from: Emerson ,28. Future: University of VVashington. ffPrince of Pilsenn 15 Mid-winter Con- cert l5 Productions Orchestra l, 25 Hi-Y Club 45 Class President lg Publicity Manager of VVeekly 35 Assistant Sports Editor of Weekly 45 Chairman of Commencement Committee 45 Matinee Committee 45 Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Manager 35 Student Grade School Adviser 3, 4. To lmow u thing it nothing unler: other: know you know it." MILLS, DOROTHY rffnom Entered from: John Muir '28. Future: University of VVashington. "Circus" 15 Commercial Club 15 Hon- or Society 2, Z, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 "F" Club 45 Senior Editor of Tolo Annual 45 Assistant News Edi- tnr of Weekly45 News Editor of Weekly 45 Welfare Department of Girls' Club 45 Soccer 15 Student Grade Adviser 3, 45 Hockey 2, 45 Tennis 35 Basket- ball 2, Z5 Vocational Committee Z5 Minute Girl l. f-WH, Witty and wmv MITCHELL, GERTRUDE f"Trm1y"l Entrrrd from: North Central in Spokane '28. Futurr: Undecided. "Fortune Teller" 45 Art Club 3, 45 Commercial Clutb 3, 4. "VVe'd like to have her for 11 friend." 1 MILLS, JACK Entered from: Black Diamond '3l. Future: Univer- sity of Southern California. "VV,-'re furry, Juelz." rf 4-4 r . , . 19 I CEQA - Q - M 7UcVF'?1g'f5f MITCHELL, JUNE Enrrrrtl from: VK hitworth, Furun-: Undecided. '-mmf up, pl,-.ur-." MOEKEN, MINNI1-I l"Min"l Enn-wil from: Brighton '28, Fulurw: University of Vl'aahingtoo. "Prince of Pilsen" Ig "Chocolate Sol- dier" 24 Mid-winter Concert 2, 35 "Geisha" 34 Vodvil lg "Fortune Teller" -lg French Club I, 2, 35 Credit Manager of Weekly 45 Collection Manager of X'Veekly -lg Soccer lg Baseball l, Z5 Hockey 25 Tennis 45 Reception Committee l. "Oh, than Junior rm-rr." MOSER, MARVIN l"Su'ixher"j Ent,-n-J from: Lewistown, Montana '29. Futura: Work. lli-Y Club 3, 45 Sergeantfat-Arrns of junior Classg Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, K. "Li-.mr mf alum-, girl:--wirli thx i-xcfption of om-." MOSLEY, MALCOLM l"Milfh"I Ent.-ri-fl from: Dunlap UB. Future: Undecided. "Wiuhingron had hir hirtrhrt --Malcolm lmx hir tr-nnir r.rrkw1." NATELLI, CARL l"Ikir"l Erin-ri-.1 from: Mt. Virgin '28. I"uture': Music Teach- er. Mid-winter Concert 25 "Carmen" 35 Senior Play -lg Vodvil 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Art Club lg Make- up Committee 2, 3, 4. "Ili-'J going to hr' ir profi-rriomn'." NELSON, ADELE l"Dalr"'I Entlnvl from: llryn Mavxr. Fnrrmr: University of Washington. French Club lg Commercial Club lg Commencement Usher Kg Chairman of 4 n'clock Tea Club Z, 4g Chairman of Wardrobe Committee 3. "Shi-'J ii girl ri-n'r:w'J." NELSON, FLORENCE l"P:'ppcr"'l Fnrrrwd from: Brighton '2H. Ifurunm' College. 4'Choc- olate Soldier" 29 Mid-winter Concert 25 "Geisha" 19 "Fortune Teller" -lg French Club I, 2. Spanish Club 35 Social Service Committee 3. ".Yunrl1im-, in rmilr and hair." NICOLI, FLORENCE I"Flo"l Eurrn--1 from: VVarren Ave, '28, lfutrm: Stcnog- raphcr. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, -I. "IMI mrhrr hr, than ri-for ro br." NICHOLS, lVlAlXiE I"Dur'kfz"'l Iirrrrrnl form: Columbia '.. Futtzrri University of Vihshington. French Cluvb , 2g Dramatic Club 39 Matinee Committee 3, 45 "Geisha" lg "Fortune Teller" -ly Senior Sister 45 Make-up Committee 2g Rest Room Cotnlnittee 1. "I ilon'1 fm-I lilw' Iwo ruutr In-muff I'm Nirholrf' Norco, noius rf-Dawg -'Zi ,Svc 'pgffj K ' 5' Z We M .MJ We , b'H', K or K K . lt Xu-, 1 it -ig. tKtu , Futon-il frm .- john Muir '28, Furrm-: Undecided. N, --tmrmt-'n" U 'eisha" ig Mid-winter Concert -lg QT- 5-V, X "Fortune' -llc ' 5 French Club l, 2, 35 A Cappella R . c if 2, , 4 urlunt comic Adviser z, 4, mira- A K . e t ri t , 45 Mak p Committee 2. ' H fr if." X ., I K- '- ' ' ' 4 -e. , Nll , HOWARD f"lluccJie"l H H v Ei, ml f Colunrbia '28, 1-mir,-f work. . 1 big My 4 mill of girlr."f ' i ' ' f M' ' x QA l' f f I . Q .nf ffl fi-ont: st. .iiwaftm '28, rmi.f,-.- Umiecitit-ti. K 'r 4. ' 5 - t, 4 I rcus" lg Fr Club Kg Service Club 3, 45 Sci- ' A Club 5 i. all Manager Z, 4. X ii " utrr i I fonnif' Mflcl'." X Y I fc . 4 K ', r X 'Q-X M X , U I I C 5 4 r X U , H- xv Q K Q K 4 J J v 'J or Ajfb ' X J ' A D ' I ' 1' l f A tx A 3 ,J Lai , to ,V X B J 1 t we xk 6 ti 1 , . , 5 , A J x ' ' Q' 'Q a Ji, ' t , XJ W ' N i 1 R "ef ' V T' V ff ' os C a v M J Q Fl Q ODALOVICH, GEORGE f"Dulet-"1 a- f ' F, 0 1 ' 4aSeni0rs - P v . OlBRIEN, JOHN rffobfwi 1 an 9 O I I gs lf o i R 'R V W t mil 0 I I Q Wt .I v Entarwd frum: Black Diamond ,Z8, Futura: Vhishing- ton State College, Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Bzlsebnll 2g Truck 3, 4. "Tl1ry gn wild, .rilnfvly wild mor ms." Entered from: Column '28. Futurr: Translator of Books. Mid-winter Concert 45 'lFortunc Teller' 43 All-City Glee Club 4. "Et'l'r11.ld any trnuhlr with Nliftlrtrrf, Grnrgir?" ODNE, ANN Entrrud from: Hawthorne '28.1futuwg VVork. French Club I, 2, 33 Honor Society 3, 45 Commer- cial Club 3, 43 President of Commercial Club 43 Se- nior Class Book Cornrnittee 4g Honor Girls 35 Min- ute Girls 25 Student Grnde Adviser 45 Volleyball l. "Snfh .1 luqufzciour nymph." OKADA, SHIYESATO f"Shigtr"l Enlerfd from: Hawthorne '2X. Future: Unrltcirierl Spanish Club Zg Truck 2, 35 Football 3. "IV: .lualiry mfr fluunriry rhnr cuuwtrf' ONODERA, JAMES rffchaflfwl Entwwd from: Colman' 28. Futu-fn: Cartooning. Stump Club I, 2, Eg Honor Society 4. "Af1wr all, wurdr an twin." O'NEIL, EVELYN l"E1'1"'l Emwwtl from: Dunlap '29. I"uzurw.- Unrleciclecl C el shzll' 35 "C:u'nien" Z3 Mill-winter Concer 3, 4, Drzunatic Club 3, 45 Matinee Committee 4. "Why In .1 !1lm1.i.'f" OPITZ, CHARLES l"Chucfe"'l Entvwd from: Port Angeles High l30. Futura: Un- decided. Stage Force lg Rztclio Club 3, 45 Football l, 25 Tennis 4. "Hw'r lzfrlzid of :ht latin." OQUIST, LOIS 4'M.ay your futura be tu bright ru your rmilr. OSAKI, LILLIAN f"Lif"1 Entynid from: Central '2R. Future: Undecided. French Club 1, 2, Kg Honor Society 3, 45 Commer- cial Club Z5 Spanish Club 4g Exchange Commit- tee 4. "A pmrl from tht' Ori.-nt." OSHIO, DOROTHY "Vulu.1blt- thingf cmne in rnmll p.1cLf1gw.r." PALMQUIST, HELEN f"Hakey"j Entered from: john Muir '28, Future: University of VVnshingt4:n. Vodvil 2g Mid-winter Concert 25 Ufiei- sha" 33 "Cnrmen' 35 Vodvil 45 "Fortune 'I'ellel"' 45 French Club 1, Z5 Thrift Club 35 House Mznmger 45 Lunchroom Committee 35 VVnrtlrobe 35 Make-up Committee 2. "An luldrd charm ta our rchaolf' PATTERSON, JEAN l"Pal"l Entrnd f-fam: Emerson '28. Futzmf: Business il lege. Minute Girls 2. ffshy vxlzlwf fimpliciry .1 cIz.zrv1.', 4.6 ULSON, EVELYN l"'Ew"l . hind f lr 1: Whitworth 229. I-'umrm University Seniors ri , wi of VVashii ton, Mid-winter Concert Z5 "Carmen" 35 Spanish Club I5 Commercial Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 45 Rust Room Committee I, 25 Office Force 45 llnseball I5 Volleyball I, 2. "l'irulrour will Olrmxrg two of rr kimt'." i 1 II soN, HELEN l"lfiIIie"I Enrrnl from: Hawthorne '29, Fururr: Undecided. "A mighty fini' girl." PERKINS, MERLE rffPffky"1 Ent.-rrtl from: Brighton '28, l"urun'.- Seattle Pacific College. "Prince of Pilsen" lg Mid-winter Concert I, 2, Z, 45 "Chocolate Soldier" 25 "Geisha" 35 "Fortune Teller" 45 Charity Vodvil 45 Senior Play Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club l, 2, Z5 Honor So- ciety 2, S, 45 Secretary of Class I, 2, 35 President of Class 45 Student Grade Adviser 2, 3, 45 Senior Sister Z5 Baseball 3, "Thr hub of thi- clur: whrrlf' PLOEGER, WARREN Enzrml from: Columbia '28. Futurr: University of Washington. "Circus" I5 lioat Club Z5 "Pep Band" 2, 55 'Iiolo Hand I5 Senior Play Orchestra I, 2, Z5 Opera Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Voclvil 2, 3, 4. "HU :mile clnnmr thi- girl.r." PHILLIPS, RUTH f"PhiI"I Errtfn-rl from: N'hitworth '28, Futon-: Undecided, "Geisha" Z5 "Carmen" 35 Art Club I, 2, 35 Health Committee lg Rest Room Committee lg Chairman of Alumni Committee 3, 4. "liver t-mir im- rin- .-mry of runny ir girl." PETERSON, GLEN l"Prlr"'I Frrlvrwil from: Emerson '28. Future: Undecided. "Chocolate Soldier" I5 "Carmen" Orchestra 3. "A mm.-i.,.. .if yr.. W.-tm 1.lImr." PILO, ELIZAHETII f"Belly"I Entrn-.1 fmrn: Colman '29. Future: VVashington State College. Commercial Club I, 25 Student Grade Adviser 2, K, 4. --lla...-ff, rf....A- .mr 1:ffthr." POLLARIJ, JOHN r-fjfiinnyfl Entrnwl from: University High in Oakland '29. Fu- ture: University. Honor Society 3, 45 Debate Club 45 Art VVork on Annual 45 Chairman of Publicity Com- mittee 4. "Jin-r ir lirrlf rlijj.-r.-ni from rho fur of or -- b.-mv." r'oLr.ARo, MARGARET rffpfggyel Entfrril front: University High in Oakland' 29. Fu- rnn-: College. Honor Society 3, 45 Membership Com- mittee 45 Senior Picture Committee 4. "Ono of flu- frzu bl,-rrrrl with hmiurf' POLOKOFF, LEONARD l"I,1'n"I Erin-rwll from: Beacon Hill '28. lfnmr.-: Undecided. Vorlvil 45 Chess Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Track l, 2, I, 45 Football Mxllinger i. "ll,- lrrr ilu- hrnrr ,rmilr." POWELL, FRED Eur,-r.-J from: Hawthorne '28. Future: Undecided. Spanish Club la Commercial Club 25 Service Club 35 Art Club 4. "1..'1 rhf world rlili.-, but I wmr'r hnilgf .or infix." I'RIVA'l"l', MAIJELINE f"Brrfn"'I En!l'ri1ljrou1,' Iieacon Hill '27, Future: Undecided. "Flying Hi" i5 'lfleishan 35 French Club I, 2, Z, 45 Commercial Club I. "My lifr- ri jar! mr., gfrml rrfr.-r .m..m.-f." 47 rf r is I, ,, f,v 1 J' 1 i f r. tif VJ i 'XY ll lil L . 5,1 ,oi I wg Q K if If ' 1 it i if JDM! riff' tl 49' C L iff .1 if f CZ gaSeni0rs f . PYATT, BETTY f"Bug.v"j Entered from: El Nida Grammar. Future: Stenog- rapher. Lost and Found Committee 4. HA right ffm in life if .1 career half meat-J' QUERY, JACK f"IIorJe-pnzcernl Entered from: Broadbent High '31, Future: Univer- sity of VVashington. Football 45 Track 4. "And then he came to .1 good .rchooI." RADONSKY, MARGARET f"Marg"j Entered from: Brighton '28. Future: College. Com- mercial Club 2, Z, 45 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 45 Thrift Club 25 Social Service Committee 2, 35 Basketball I, 2, 3 ,45 Track 2, 35 Hockey 2, 3. "Her hair-all who sae admire." RAETZLOFF, LYDIA fffleeuyq Entered from: john Muir '28. Future: VVork, Mid- winter Concert 45 Quaker Cozy Committee 45 Senior Usher 45 Basketball 35 Baseball 3. "Ambition har ity rest." RASMUSSEN, LEON l"Rt1,v.ry"1 Entered from: Emerson '28. Future: Undertaking or Newspaper. Vodvil 1, Student Manager of Vodvil 45 News Editor of VVeekly 45 Special VVriter of VVeekly 45 Baseball 4. HA lion among the li1diz'I." RAYiViOND, RUTH Entered from: BeaC0n Hill '28. Fixture: UniVC1'SiIy of VVashington, Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Chairman of Senior Luncheon Committee 4. "W'e,re telling you the truth, A charming girl if Ruth." RESEBURG, WALTER, JR. Lffsmivj Entered from: john Muir '28. Future: University of VVashingtonfLaw. "Circus,' l5 Vodvil 25 "Car- men" 35 Minstrel Show 35 Senior Play 45 Editor of Quaker Facts 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 45 Basketball 2, 3. "Breaking Heartrf' RICHARDS, ETHEL f"Buddy,'1 Entered from: Columbia '28. Future: Normal School. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Ability Committee 35 Social Service Committee 4. ti Spanirh ir her forte." ROLIN, HOWARD l"Howie"1 Entered from: john Muir '28. Future: Undecided. '1Carmer" 25 "Chocolate Soldier" 35 Mid-winter Concert 25 Vodvil 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Serv- ice Club 3, 45 Lunchroom Committee 4. "He ringr up our rheckelr in the Iunchrozmzf' RICHMOND, HUGH "Watch, Wait and Lirten is hir motto." RICHARDS, FRANK l"Frankie"j , Entered from: Seattle College 428. Future: College. Hi-Y Z, 3, 45 President of Boys' Club 45 Football 2, 3, 4. "Football has itr charm: and to doe: he." ROMEO, EUNICE I:"Lal"1 Entered from: Beacon Hill 'Z8. Future: Undecided, Vodvil 15 Mid-winter Concert 1, 25 "Carmen" 35 "Fortune Teller" 45 Static 25 Spanish Club 1, 25 Commercial Club Z5 Make-up Committee 2, 3, 4. A"But where? Iuliet?" 4.8 Rosr, SENTILIA f"TilIie"l Entered from: St. EdWul'd'S '28, Future: Undecided. "Chocolate Soldier" 2, 45 Mid-winter Concert 25 "Geisha" 35 "Carmen" 35 Vodvil 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Thrift Club l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Sister 45 Basketball l. "F,-ru rim wqurrl her whrn it come: to complexion." RUBIN, cEcrr.rA r'fP.-ggyfq Entert-.1 from: Beacon Hill '28. Future: College. Mu- sic Concert 45 Commercial Club 2, 35 French Club 45 Senior Sister 45 Social Service Committee 2, 35 Hockey 25 Volleyball 2. Hx., Q,.f.'r." RUGG, ELTON rffkuggfq Ent,-n-tl from: Beacon Hill '28. Future: College. French Club 25 Commercial Club 35 Hi-Y Club 45 Football 1, 2, 1, 4. "'l'hir ir mn' Rug you c.m't trample una '1r'r r1fautb.4llrtur." RUMHAWA, FULGENCIO "W'li.1t'r in ri ri.m1w?" RUTAN, VERONA r"Ranny"1 lint,-re.l from: Columbia '28. Future: Cornish- Dramatics. Vodvil 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Mid- winter Concert 45 "Circus', 15 Tolo Annual Assist- ant Editor 45 Tolo Annual junior Editor 35 Class President 25 French Club l, 25 Make-up Commit- tee 2, 35 Matinee Committee Chairman 35 An- nouncement Committee Chairman 45 Membership Chairman l5 "F" Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club l, 25 Commercial Club 25 Quaker Maids 2, 35 Girls' Club llonor Roll Z5 Senior Sister 2, 35 Usher Committee l, 25 "Frosh Frolic" Manager 15 Costume Chair- nian of "Chocolate SoIdici"' 25 Basketball l, 25 Soccer lg Princeton, Yale Honor Teams 25 Runner- up in Tennis 2. "lVh.:z,'rwr rhe Jul-r, :he due: wr-ll, ....1 mf J...-r nf.-fyfhrng.H SANDERS, MELVIN I"Mel"1 Euh-nr! from: N'hitworth '2X. Future: Undecided. Honor Society 2, Z5 Commercial Club 35 Intramural Sports l, Z, 3, 4. "W'lmr .J man." SANDFORD, RUSSELL l"Ru.vr"j Elirr1'rJfro1:r.' Mariot High '3l. Future: Undecided. "7'lnv-N: rm rinn- lilo' :hr from-nt." SAKAI, GEORGE Frm-rf-.1 from: Central '28. I-'mrnrf Undecided. "SHN wlrirr run: Jeep." SCARAMUZZO, MARCUERITE I"l.'hick"1 Fnlrn-J from: lieacon Hill '28, Future: Business College. "F" Club 2, 3, 45 Chairman of Entertain- ment Committee 35 Senior Sister 45 Soccer l5 Base- ball l, 2, Z5 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball Manager 2. "Ar mfrry or the liav i.r long." SCIIAFI-'liR, CHARLES I"Ein5le'il1"1 Eur,-ml from: Emerson '2X. Future: University of VVashington. Thrift Club I, 2, Z, 45 Golf Z5 Service Club 3, 45 President of Stamp Club Z5 Vice-Presi- ul:-nt of Stamp Club i. "l'nrn'rring rr Knoll rrrrrr' nf humor." SCOTT, ROSELLA Entered from: tiatewood '29. Fume.-: Stenographer. Make-up Committee 4. ".V:-illurr run young to br wire nor zoo ulrl to hr mrrfulf' SCHOMBERG, RALPH Entrrnl from: Cleveland '29, Futun-: Elevator Man. Thrift Cashier 2, Z, 45 Basketball l, 25 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. "Sock one nu: ,Inf ur, Ralfvlif' 4-9 Seniors . ,. n 5 L P D I xg' I ' :IM F 4" - 6 5 5 V ljtf 5. .Wd 1 'I' tu! nfl l'4 TL' ' ' , , ,J-L.. f- ,zlvffrf i".'- , ,. Il Q-714-j ,lj 1 i ,- if 1. . L' ' ,' ., jf. A 'Lb' -1 6 1 tl." A A .M ' , ff" . In -FJ, 'i' ' , J. fill L9, 'IMI' p"sA df. '2 J me f 5 I ..g" L 94" UI, i TJ I -. ' cfs, u, If rl J 7 rl VW lj ,V ff 5 IL f!!.'t, A Q t If j :VI f ' I ujf f X fi d ' LIU ,fu ' 1, lf ' l ,L fp, lj Jf, 1 r , , Seniors .'r I all f' iff' kit I , I ' X MVA! ff f i I' ,ff ' ' if I l fi. lr," I X i K I , ,, 141' juf, V--'C ,f, pi, ll r ll rf 1 ' 1 A' " 7. i 'V' 1' lr kv I ll 1,11 r .' fi ji ' 1 If ,J 'rf '.' , 5, r J' 5' 1 1', , iff r .t . 1 1 . 1 ' f' 1. 5 ' ' K I rf 51 "I x fx ' I l ' , A 4 1 : I, ,J It ' J r R SEAMAN, CAROL Entered from: john Munir '28, Future: Business Col- lege. Spanish Club l, Z5 Debate Team 35 Chairman of Properties 35 Senior Sister 45 Goodfellowship Committee 4. "Tall, blonde and good-looking," SESE, sn1GEKo rffshigflffm Entered from: Pacific '28, Future: Baptist Mis- sionary Training School. "Circus" I5 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Student Grade Adviser 35 Baseball 3. "C4m't you pan around rome of your Alf?" Sl'lAlVlEK, KATHLEEN f"Kuyo"1 Entered from: Bryn Mawr '28. Future: Business College. Spanish Club Z5 Minute Girl lg Girls' Rest Room l5 Thrift Club 3, 4. "Another blue-eyed blnndef' SHANER, PHILLIP f"P11ilU1 Entered from: Lincoln High, Tacoma, 'Z9. Future: VVashington State College. Vorlvil 3, 45 Spanish Club ly Commercial Club 25 Hi-Y Cluh 45 Matinev Committee 3. 4. "A delnon with tllz' wn121frz." SHELDON, MAXINE f"Maxl,l Entered from: Emerson ,28, Futura: Unzlecitletl, Dramatic Club I, 2, 3. Msn., lm: the ability to nmkf' rzwryomf like h W." SllIlVlAl'lARA, HIROSHI f"Sf1fv1v1y"1 Er1!l'n'd from: Pacific l28. Future: Untletitlctl. Honor Society 2, 5, 45 French Club 2, 35 Tumbling AZ, 3, 45 Intramural Sports Manager 2, 3, 4. ':Anothrr Mutll. xtuduntf' ' SHIRAISHI, YOSHIKO l"'Yo:lI"l Ententlfn,1n: Central. Ftiturr: Undecided. Commer- cill Club 2, 3145 Exchange Committee 4. 4'Silf'nce if golden." 1 1 SHULTZ, EMMA l"fle111nzef"l Fntmved from: Beacon Hill '28, Future: College. "Tannen" 34,"Geisha,' 35 Mid-winter Concert 45 "Fortune Teller" r45 A' Capella Choir 2, K, 45 'Tunsitala Club 25 Rest loom Comrjjttee 4. Y "Alwayr rmilingf' , '- SHUMAN, EDNA rf'Edr1ia'1 Entered from: Vi'hitworth '28, Future: University of Xvashington. "Circus" lg "Chocolate Soldier" 25 Vodvil 25 Art,Club l, 2, 35 French Club l, 2, 35 Senior Sister 25 Soccer 15 Quaker Maids Z, 45 Hockey 2, 35 45 Basketball 45 Baseball 2. "PerronrzlJty in the farm of 11 girlf' f SKOFSTAD, PHYLLIS f"Pillifr"l Er1terrrlfru1n.' Beacon Hill '28, Futzum Bellingham Normal. Votlvil 45 "F" Club 2, Z, 45 Vice-P1'esi- dent of "FU Club 45 Commercial Club 25 Senior Sister 45 Matinee Committee 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 2, 35 Volleyball 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 Track 2, 3. "Hur fine dixpoxition never relax,-J." SMAILES, VINCENT f"fl1fnle"I Entered from: Brighton '28, I"ntnrf.' Machine Shop Work. "Vinl.4'r littlf' hrotltr-r with tht' curly hair." SMAILES, VIOLA f"Vi"1 Ennwri from: Brighton '28. Futura: Nurse. Miti- winter Concert 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Bulletin Board Committee 45 Track 35rRasketball 45 Art Club 4, "SI1r- har a mimi of her own," SO ..-.W-ev..,,,,.,,...,,.v..Y -www., SMIDT, ANNE Entered from: Colman '28, Future: Work. Com- mercial Cluh 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3. "Liked by all." SMITH, WILLIAM lf"Bill"1 Frm-red from: Lincoln High, Portland, '31, Future: University of VVashington. "Wonder Hat" 45 Hi-Y 45 Football 45 Debate Club 4. Hlfupiil, trying to calm down hir rurly Inch." SMITH, PEARL Entered from: Whitworth '29. Future: Costume De- signer. "Carmen" 35 "Geisha" 35 Art Club l5 Minute Girls 4, Make-up Committee 45 Reception Committee 4. "Fate trivd in crmcrizl her by naming her Smith." SPRINGER, GORDON l"'Slim"1 Enron-d from: VVhitw0l'th '28. Future: Undecided. Stamp Club l, 2, 3, 45 President of Stamp Club 45 French Club l, 2, Chess Club President 3, 4. "May hir rhadnw never grow len." SOUTHWORTH, ROY I"Fre.vco"1 Entered from: Hawthorne '28. Future: University of Washington. Mid-winter Concert 35 A Capella Choir 35 "Fortune Teller" 45 Thrift Cluh 45 Mixed Double Quartet 3. "fmt: flu- fm, Vw coming." sUi'rNo, HARRY rffsgupvi Fntrrnl from: St. Virgin School 'ZS. Future: Unde- cided. Thrift Club 2, 4. "Smrch far and wide and you wrm't find hi: equal." STARK, PAULINE I:"Blandie":I Enter.-d from: Rainier '28, Future: Business Col- lege. "Geisha" 35 Mid-winter Concert 45 "Fortune Teller" 45 Dramatic Club 45 Tusitala Club 45 Chairman of VVardrobe Committee 4. "The girl of the Golden Wert." STEEN, MARCELLA f"Marrie"1 Entered from: Lincoln High '29. Future: Work. Make-up Committee 35 Mid-winter Concert 45 Mati- nee Committee 4. Ullrcfmre of her quirtrn-.t.v, we :hall mx':.r her more," STETSON, HARRIETT f"S!e!ly"1 Entert-d from: San Bernardino, California, '29. Fu- turf: Undecided. Mid-winter Concert 25 Senior Play 45 Debate Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 President of Debate Club 45 Make-up Committee 45 Produc- tion Manager of Dramatic Club 45 Experimental Theatrical Company 4. fr Smile: win." STOCKING, LOUISE f"Rip"j Frm-red from: Emerson '28. Future: Secretarial Work. Commercial Club 45 Make-up Committee 4. "Silk or nmol?" STONE, NANCY "Life of the party?" STOVER, KATHRYN Ent:-red from: Beacon Hill '28. Future: University of Washington. Honor Society 25 French Club 25 Commercial Club 25 Science Club 2, Basketball 25 Volleyball 25 Matinee Committee 45 Floral Com- mittee 35 Standards Committee 3. "Nice to rzfrrynr1e." 51 Seniors 1 - me' ' il -,r t ,J-"""' ,Lv-f l uf!! .fV'L' , s Q - 7 , na Seniors dad, STREAM, CECIALIA l"Pebl1lei-'lj Entered from: Beacon Hill '28. Future: Music Teacher. Mid-winter Concert 45 French Club l, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 25 A Capella Choir 45 Entertainment ' Committee 35 Doctor's Assistant 4. "VIE wonder where you got your nichrnnlref' STUART, DONALD l"Bznl"l Enzered from: john Muir 'Z7. Future: College. Spanish Club 3, 45 Improvement Committee 3. "We hate to lure you, wire ro ufed to you now.', 7 I ' ,uno SUMMERS, FRANCES fffFfW1y"1 Entered from: Emerson '28, Future: journalism. Cir- cus 15 Debate Club 15 Vice-President of the Tusitala Club 25 Honor Society 3, 45 Feature Editor of VVeekly 45 Research Committee 25 Property Com- mittee 25 Vocational Committee 4. , "When I have a thing to my I my it." gf: TANNER, GOLDEN "Our Golden Terlnarf' 5 TAYLOR, DOROTHY l"Dof"j Entered from: Beacon Hill '2S. Future: Undeciricti. "Carmen'l 35 Mitlawinter Concert 45 Tusitala Club 3, 45 Floral Committee 4. "There that govern make rhe lelut noir-e." TAYLOR, MARY JANE f"M14rlly"1 Entered from: VVhitworth '28, Future: VVashington State College. "Prince of Pilsenn 15 "Carmenl' Z5 . . "Geisha', 35 Thrift Club 3, 45 Social Service Com- 4 mittee 45 Improvement Committee 2, Z. "We'll lnirr you, Mary." I ' - , TARAsEvrcH, VIVIAN fffspookwi J Entered from: VVhitw0rth '29, Future: Piano. 4'Car- men" 35 "Geisha" 35 Art Cluh lg Make-up Com- mittee 25 Social Service Committee 4. "VVe like your loft name, Virfianf, I TERRY, WALTER lffslimfq , Entered from: Beacon Hill ,28. Future: Circus. f "Tull, dark and hundrornef' THOMAS, KATHLYN l"Kay"j q Entered from: John Muir '28. Future: Newspaper Reporter. Commercial Club l, 2, 35 Thrift Club 45 Comrnencenlent Usher 35 Entertainment Committee O 15 "F" Club 3. "I him' to leave." THOMAS, MARGARET l"Peggy,'j Entered from: john Muir 228. Future: Nurse, Vod- vil 15 "Geisha,' 35 Mid-winter Concert 45 Com-f mercial Club 1, 2, 3, Art Club 35 A Capella Choir 45 Usher Committee 4. ' - 9 Hsu do 19' I THOMPSON, ROBERT lffoolwj ' Entered from: John Muir '28, Future: Mining ' Z Course. Production Orchestras 35 Lunchroom Com- mittee 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Football 4. "Ile cannot check hir girlirh blush, Hi! color comer and gon." TOD, BETTY 5,2 Entered from: Whitworth '28. Future: Bellingham Normal, Honor Society 4, Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4, I , Commencement Commi'ttee 45 Commercial Club I5 Dramatic Club lg Baseball 1, 25 Track 25 Vollsv ball 35 Basketball 3, 4. ' Q aw V "Many may not know her, but I hnowr many? 'lf ...un 2 1 1 A4-C, ,GIA - 5' 5, Q Q Q 5 N Q ' 4+ , I . R! ' 5 'X -T 5 T 9 I X ' ' o Y fwwy . M33 QQ e .,' 53.5 'WV A xx. X5 3 'l'0MI'I'A, YURIKO lfntrrvd from: Central '29, l"ulufr: Undecided llonor Society 25 Exchange Committee 4. "A Lim! rmturr riurifr wirit'r." 'l'OSlllKlRO, MAYHDA f"llaIry"I Entfml from: Pacific '28, Futurr: Undecided. Span- ish Club l, 25 Thrift Club 2, 3. "A gnu! rt'orLrr." TOYOJ I, TOSHIO I" To.vl1i"1 Ennml from: Central '28, Future: Art VVork, Cultural Arts Committee 3 4- Honor Societ 2 n 5 Y r 3, 45 'l'olo Annual Art Editor 4. "Art ir l1ir.n-f." TREGEIJA, MYRTLE "Quint tmtl quaint." 'rREMPisR, Josrsvn rffJ0w1 Firm-red from: Whitworth '28, Future: Undecided. "Chocolate Soldier" 25 "Geisha" 35 "Carmen" 35 Senior Play 45 Mid-winter Concert 45 Boys' Oc- tt-tte 45 Debate Club I, 2, 3, 45 Thrift Club l, Z, 5, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Vice-President of Class K5 Matinee Comtnittee 45 Football Manager 45 Serv- ift- Club 2, 2, 4, "Hu ought to bu .1 lift--mrw-r, hir lim- ir ro long." TULIP, HILL Enrrrrd from: Dunlap '28, I"utun': College. French Club l25 Hi-Y Club 45 Ftmtbull l, 2, 1, 45 Track 3, 45 Baseball I, 2. "A flown in nur mid.rt." TURNER, HANS f"Hansie"1 Entered from: Beacon Hill '28, Future: Civil Serv- ice. Golf Team 4. "Bi-tri-r play than do writing." TURNER, MARY Entrrrd from: Columbia '28, Future: Teacher. Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Chair- man of Refreshment Committee 45 Social Service Chairman 45 Ability Committee Chairman 35 Base- ball I5 Volleyball l, "A lmrltlirig philfmthrnpirtf' VOIGHT, ELEANOR l"El"1 Emiwd from: john Muir '28. Futufr: University of Washington. Vodvil 45 French Club l, 2, Z, 45 Charm Committee 3, 45 Volleyball I, 2, 35 Base- ball l. "Her rlilrk ryr! rpurkling, full nf fun, Friumlr for Elmmur have wan." WAKE, JIM Erin-rrri from: Whitworth '28. Futura: University of Washington. "Geisha" 35 Spanish Club I5 Avia- tion Club 2, 35 Service Committee 35 Art Club 45 Lunchrooln Committee l. "Quit-r, hur A-u'..ti'," WALKER, MARGARET l"Pz'ggy"1 Enlfv-fd from: Grant High School '30. Future: Uni- versity of Oregon. Honor Society 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Chairman of Chairmen of Girls' Club 45 Floral Favors Z5 Senior Membership Committee 4. "Rm1ly fn work, rfmly to pluy, Rrudy to help wherever :he may." WANDLING, HERSHAL lj"fIz'r5he'y"1 Ent.-rf-J from: Cleveland '28, Future: Radio Engi- neering. Rarlio Club 35 President of Radio Club 4. "Hubby fr radio t1uxrrtmr." 53 Seniors 5 fi ,- fi- Seniors , '21 K , . 'I s' 'A 4 I I , V . il 1' t P ll P f . ' C ff' , ' bf - J if s ly, 5 I A IYW vt ' 0 i -7 K' L M I 0- Ex. ,ii f ex WW Xi ,fi - ll t Ap ' f L -. . I, 4--. 1 ' WARFIELD, JUANIIIIA I "Short and Jwrrtf' m P l WARNER, notus lfrwm.fy'f1 Ewtwrrd from: Brighton '28, Furunz: wushiiigtoii State College. f-.imzyfng zroulvlfflz my hmm, Ami :mth-tl: mr go duck hunting." WATSON, ELSIE I"Wai,von"1 Q Entfr1'dfra1l1: Beacon Hill '29. Fumvr: Scci't't:t1'y. t Honor Society 2, 4, Advertising Mnnztger of VVeek- ly 3, Business Manager of Weekly 4. Hllimpler Nur." I- . I WELLS, ART f"Hn15fackfr"'I Entered from: Hawthorne '28. Future: Undecided. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. "Why .rhnuld life all labor be?', 5 f f' "' -' VVEST, LAWRENCE l"Tf101idy,'l Entz-rf-d from: Emerson '28, Ifuturr: Business Col- lege. Stamp Club lg Coinmercizll Club 1, French Club 2. "And than he came Wfr.rt.,' WIIITE, JOHN l"'f11l1r1ny"'I I , Entered from: Dunlap '29. Futura: University of Washington. Production Orchestras l, 2, 3, 4, Serv- ice Club Z, 4. "I'Vhenz did you get than big brown eye-r?" 1 , - VVIGHTMAN, MARY Entered from: john Muir '29, Future: University of Washington. Mid-winter Concert 3, Vorivil 3, French Club l, 2, Z, 4, Commercial Club 2, Sing- ing Strings 3. "Da tellf, WILLIAMS, ALBERTA f"Al"1 Entered from: Columbia '28. Ifumrf: Business Col- lege, "Carmen" 3, HGeisha" 3, "Fortune Teller" 45 Dramatic Club 4. 'Ullwuyr ready to help." WILLIAMS, HAROLD l"Hal"l Entfred from: Monroe High '31, I"utury.' Engineer- ing. "Geisha" 3, Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Track 2. "A man pizrrcr for what he if worth." WILLIAMSON, GLENN Enterrd from: john Muir ,28. Futura: University of VVashington. Quaker Maids 2, 3, Honor Society Z, 3, 45 French Club 35 Commercial Club 1, Minute Girl 1, Make-up Committee Z, Adminis- trative Department of Girls' Club 4, Soccer 1, Tennis 2, Volleyball l, Z. HI wa: just t11infi-ing." WILSON, CLARA BELLE Evztfn-ri from: Columbia '28, Futurr: Vihshingtoli State College. "Shir gat her finger in a political pie." WILSON, GRANT l"Sparky"1 Enterrd from: Emerson '28, Futura: Undecided. Spanish Club Z, 4, Commencement Doorman 3, Volleyball 4. "We grant you know thir Grant." - Seniors WILSON, HARRIS l"WiHic"l linfi-nd from: Columbia '28. Futuvr: Business Ad- Ininistrzition. Art Club 25 Mid-winter Concert 2, 3, 45 St-rvicc Club l, 2, 3, 45 Toln Band 35 Ticket t'lI:IiI'InIIn 3, 4, "'I'lI.-rr ir ,lution rrlzf-rr In- ir ' INILSON, IVIARIIC "Thr u-orl.l ii rf.-uiliny for you." WINNINGIIAIVI, -IOSLYN l".1arkie"I linffri-Il from: john Muir '28, Future: Undecided. Minstrel Show 35 Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Art Club l, 2, 3, 45 Service De- partment Head 45 Soccer I5 Basketball l 2. I "A ffwnrite with hw friI'nd.r." woon, WILLIAM f"Bill"1 Fntrr,-Il from: CI-ntml High 'Il. l"umn-.- Untlccitletl. "All gr,-.It rum Ilir I .lon'l ff-rl ro good myrrlff' WOODCOCK, IJUROTHY l"Durlie"l limi-rrd from: Emerson '28. Future: Undecided. A Capella Choir 3, 45 Mztkefup Committee 3, 45 llahcr Connnittee 25 Mid-winter Concert 45 "Gei- sha" 15 "C:IrnIen" 35 Orchestras 3, 4. "Anil can rho .rru'." WRIGIIT, ETIIEL "ClI.Imc1rr tullr in ull comliliun: of life." WRIGHT, MARK fffkighwj Entered from: Brighton '28, Future: Mechanical Engim-er. Stage Force l, 2, 35 Treasurer of Boys' Club 4. "Arr you rrirr wrong?" YASAKI, CIIIEKO "l'1n lvnrrul with lifrf' YAMADA, KE N-IIRO Hntrrrll from: llonor Society 2. Central 'Z8. Fururr: Undecided. "A mlm about town." YORITA LOWMAN "Mart" , I I Enlrriul from: Broadway High 'I0. Futura: Printer. Honor Society 25 Spanish Club 2. "An Ori,-nf.Il .rlIfik." YSKINNER, EVELYN "lIIm'! bu ru crawl." YOSHIKAWA, IIISAKO Fnrf-wil from: High School in japan. Fgfure: Uni- versity of ll':tshington. ' lffc1mf.m"1 "Huw do you lift' my mmI1:?" ' ' . 0 5 5 4 . h . , I 1 ' s a ' D I 'B o 0 ' 1 Xu. X.- uX is X6 2 i iff f iCifr Vw J ' it' i ii' I 1 ,p X ,VL v p to fs I l i 1 p ,I Q If is -n:5k,A. ,A ., , . 1 -, ,1':.I'C i. ' Y 'M ll Wo , W y Wlfoaflwy "One today is 'worth tfwo to- morro-ws.', V U You are vsiell on your way- . you can catch a glimpse of the goal in the distance. Your final sprint de- pends upon the pace you are setting now. You are now in the "Valley Forgej' of your education. .God speed you! A 1 k 1, A ,M '77ffM7f ,fLHU'-L 'Ig' V --" Ca' i'-1C,L- -f-Lp: V ,Wk M, 1,.,L.Q. 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'X ' fM,,L,ff'V unzors .-- ll QV J ' s flgfw . . yi if . fi , '- if , X V x ' 'K A ' v 4, .ff -f xf'-' f, I x R 1 X aw 1-W 921 I -n 1 a 1 -I ALLEN, DORADELL ANDERSON, EDVYIN ARNOLD, EDITH ARNOLD, GLADY5 AUSTIN, DOROTHY BAILEY, FRANK BAKER, GERALDINE BARKER, CLIFF BARKER, VIRGINIA LOU BARNACI-IER, RAYMUNDO BEARD, GEORGE BI-1HREN5,jO5ENIi BERGLUND, FRANK BIGHAM, FLORENCE BOYCE, EDVVARD BOYCE, PORT BRAVVLEY, BILL BREMER, HARRIS BROOKS, MARGARET BROVVN, FRANCES BUTLER, DOROTHY BURKE, ALMA BURKE, ELLARU BURNER, JAMES fL,4,n-bij W Q CADE, MARGARET CANAVAN, ROLLAND W IQ I CAREY, FRANCES ll , 3 CHAFFEE, KNowL'1'0N I I QHENEY, BETTY CHIN, ALBERT CHTN, VVALTER , ' I CLARKE, BEATRICE f 5 f 4.1 1 1 '- f 1 . s , l ' v' x 1 . X A at X A 's -EE A A 'H ., ' .4 f , . fl ' K . Eyf -.Y A l .' 6 O U I J I N ' I I x I -' 'N I J Y A' A 9 F IF' ' - 4 T Q 1 X , o I T' Xi - -x - ,,?2 Nl I , . X xl gk ft I X 3 k ' r s 4- I .4 j 1 I - . X Q I I J , J ti I I 8 J 1 N S I" ' f xx 4 I ' ' . X If CLEMEN, MARY CLOSE, MARGARET COIIEN, DONALD K'ULl'UL'K, Al.IiI-'R'l'.'X l'1lLI.IER,RIC'HARD CUMEY, PEGGY CORKFRY, Al,IH-'RTA CRANDALL, HILL CUNNINGIIAM, KAY DALE, FRANCES DALY, ED IIAVYSON, JUNE IDE CA M PO, CAR Ml-'LO DE CARO, ALMA DE Iw1ARK'U,El,Yl"RA IJEMPSTER, HAROLD IIICKERSON, RALEIGH IDUNAIJI-Il., LOUISE IJUDLl'fY, IJCJRU'l'HY IJUNVAN, IJOROTHY EIJVVARIPS, Q'I.II"FORIJ EIIUCIII, FRANK LLLI5, X AIJ-,kllx ELSNI-IR, ROXYI-INA EMERSON,'I'ElD ENGSTRUM, ALICE ERIVKSUN, INEZ LRIKS, USE.-XR E'I"I'ER, MYRL E'l"l'l-IRE, CHIARELLI l-'1'XI.t'ONEk,I,lJIS FARNER, KA'l'IlER'1'N 6 I uhiso 7"'5 x Q J S-gf 4 W gf W ,SK fig safuniors ITATTORF, MARY FERRFLL, IiI5T'I'Y FIFIFLD, BILI. FINTUN, IIFN FLFMMINC, HFLFN FOVVLFR, DICK FRANCIS, AVVAITHA FRENCH, FRANK FROHNSON, ALTA FUNDFRIIURK, IBORO'I'IIY GAISIE, GORDON CAREY, BERNARD HARRISON, LFONIC CA'I"I', THFRFSA GORSLINF, NORMAIANE GRANARD, DOROTIIX vt BP , GRANT, BRUCE A ' WT 'IIS' A Q' ,V GRQVE,wYN J "' ' kb NVVINN,B6R W J J Q .- J HAAS, MARY I HADEIELIQJQH 4 , Q HAGEN, TOM .HANSON, MARIUN ' HAMILTON, DoLoREs ' HARIYSON, ARDITH HARSHFIELD, ALLEN I-IAR'1'WI-TLL, DORIS U HAVVKINS, EDWARD ' A HAZELTINE, LAURA ' HICKOX, NINE MAE I I-IIKIDA, TORAZA 6 2 union IIING, IIENRY , .Q 1 IIOAR, SUE ' x xx ' B N IIcN:AN, IIARRIE1' Q - ' ' A ff-'E I' J- ,z ,f Q f IIoI.'I', IIEI,IvIER I W I, if K f IT, MART IIA A I IIuc:IIEs, JEAN 'S' V- ' . A gf K Y " Q IMBHQC., RAI.I'II 2 as A H' M K JEssEN, EDNA X . A "" S Y A ' JOIIANSON, AI.vIN 5 . JoIINs0N, EI.sIE 7' A A Q, tr j X A SEE? 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I l , , ff J I f Y J , 41330 omores ,ffl ff! sffyfym.. yi Aalto, Kalevi Abe, Toshiko Atlanis, Howard Atlaxns, Milton Allin-ight, Sheridan Allyn, l'liTv'llis Arnaleff, Amy Anderson, Alice I Anderson, Antlvraon Antlerson ' I Altlerson A lrews. 'c Carl Do-ris Marion Myrtle Th art eris ngel. Donaltl Ankruiu, Lawrenve Ani' ' ,Alla , Barbara nton' , D ' Ball s NA L x Ng E K na Aquin , Rafael Arxnst Ing, Harry Arniu 'ong, VVallat'e A' ltl. Ktlitli , rnoltl, 'latlys Atkinso , Ethel I tl Evald . lml lo, l erferlo I6 bll 'at ot, llol J rim-ia Jert Barton, Virginia Bates, Goltlie Bates, Yanola Bayless, Dorothy Bent, Rhoda llerfrluntl, Dora llertucei, Elena lligley. Paul llirrell, Stuart llluhm, Earl Burn, Billy Born, Virginia Bowman, llurel Boyd, Beatrire Boyd, John Iirarkett, Georgie llratlbury. James Bremer, Gene Brown, Iletty llrown, Dorotlly llrown, .lnsepliine Brown, Wilford Bruce, Lorna Bruun, Finn Burk, George Bowden, Yirt-Zinia But-kinghanx, Mary llur-kniaster, Elaine Burnett. Lois llurton, Marian llult, Mary ,- liyrne. Marguerite Cappelletti, iVilliam Carlo, Louise Carlson, Bernice Carlson, Ethel Carlson, Ruby Casatly, Helen Cass, Vit-tor Catton, Tina, Chatnplin, Louis Chase, Albert Cliivketti, Louis Chlkusa, Sadanobu Chin, Bertha Chin, Hoy Hong Chin, Ming Chinn, David Chinn, Ella Clwistt-nson, Luvillc Christian, Merle Christiansen. Elnora. Cie:-i, Herman Clarlierg, .lark Clark, Charles Clark, Marjorie Clarke, Beatrice Clement, Chrysilla Cocrlone, Mary Cor-t'iono, Rose Cnlocarro. Florence Colasurtlo, Joe Colasurdu, Mary Cole, Donald Colella, George Coletti. Tummy Collier, Marian Collins, Frank Collins, Marie Collins, Mary Conn, Loretta Conway. Lester Cordell, Sam Corey, Alfred Cossalter, Olympia Costlow, Mae Coughlin, Catherine Cousins. Volney Covello. Jack Covellu, Salvatore Craft, Bob Cramer, Robert Crisp, Clarence Crotlwrs, Eldon Cuper, Pete Curd, John Curtis, Charles Dalilby. Hubert D'Angelo, Elsie Danielson, Lili' Ann Darling, Gretchen Datsun, Lorraine Davenport, Robert W7 Davidson, Margaret Davis, Marjorie Delioer, Janet Delioer, ltzlylnolnl Dellralnllwe, Genie Deitvh, Ulive Dell, Eugene Desirs, Amy Desuler, John Diarampo, Tony Dihh, .lune Diee, Cathryn Dickerson, llob Diesso. Theresa Di.Iulio, Ruby DiI,orenzo, Margaret Divyak. Daniel Dodge, Audrey Donaldson, Ellen Donaldson, Ethel Donaldson, Kenneth Doshen, Joe Douglas. Mary Jane Dow, Ruby Downes, Frances Doyle, Merlin Duesinlz. William Eaton, Margaret Iitlwartls, Gent-viove I-Igner, Ray Egtn-hi, Frank 72 Iillez, Hulse l'IlIl-z, lluln-n ldlllnt, Isabella I-Illls. lllun I-Jlsner, Rowena ldmlrc-ss, .luhn limlrt-ss, Jusuphlne ling, Mary lirnst, G4-urge liskesml. Agnes lirxllvk, llnnuld lllrerall, llurold l"alr4'Illl1I, Mary Fata, John Futtnm, Assunta Futtore, Fred Fawvelt, Murl lfvllmrs, Vlydc lfurruru, l'nnnlc lflntnn, lion lflslwr, llud l+'lvln-r, George Flu-lx:-lnnann, llurllurt l"l.rnn, Margaret lfupzvlqlllst, Allvc Full!-tt, .lark Fnwh-r, Str-vc Fnx, liankln l4'ran:'Is, Xlbll'lllIl'l'lll! l"l'anz, MIN' Frtml., lVaynt- V1 1 . -or , rl V' ' fy I" N " vX A .J " L V " Ax x Sophomores fl xx x . . -,nf J , ' 1 Lww' IVA I V 2 fu ' my M Fnjlnu, Ilarun llall. llunald Ilurnpllreys, Leslie Jordinsun, Azuel Fukuhura, th-urge llanfwn, Tod llundley. Glundora Jnrgenson, Trygve Gaxnlrle, Howard llard. Irene Hunter, Sylvia Jung, Juanita Garhartnu. Leo llarris, Orville Inga, Mary Keene, Le Roy Gavosto, Thomas llarshtleld, Wllburn lsnmura, Katsumi Kehoe. Myrtle Gvnzulu, l-Ivangvllne llawloy, Domtlly .Iac-krzun, Erwin Kcllnvr, liealrire Gerber. Ludwig llayden, Read Jacobsen. Sylvia Kelly, William Gharvil0t'l', Ann lh-llln-rg, lflllzahutlr .Ialnes. lltnnnle Kemper, Ruth Gibson, Harold llerren, Maxine Jann, Frank Kenney, Marion lllhsnn, Ralph Illl-knx, l'ln-stcl' .lvl'l'rles, .Iuyve Ke-nm-y, Oscar llllmure, John llivks, Carolyn .lt-nkins, Marjorie Keswetter. Kathleen Glorl, Ronald lligglns, Gladys Jensen, Carmen Kimball, Robert fllahe. Luvlllc Ilildahl. llarvey .lt-nrwn, Nnnnan Klnlptnn. Ilerlwrt Glazlcr. Burton I-lilrlehrand, Margaret Jensen, Margaret Kipper, Katherine Gleason, Patsy Hill. Earl .Iensen, Vlrpzlnia Klelnrwder, Howard Goldsmith, 1518116118 Hill, lluward .lla-nl-ke, William Knapp. Kathleen , flnuslrnzul, Margaret Hill, Philip Johnsen, Isaac Kogler, Frank w tlm1mlrlL'lr, Cln-star llirata, lfranm-cs .Iolrnsu11, Ih-tty Kohler, Ernest qv ,, - llray, Ula llulhnan, Sarah Julnwun, Gvmqze Kohlvr, Gertrude ' Grvndahl, Sidney llnlloman. lllll .luln1sun, lluward Knlllvr, 'l'hnmas ,, Grlllllh, Delnm llmmuld, Rosanne .lolmson, Mildred Kmmmmtu, Yukln ,, Ilruhle, Edward Ilopp, llerbert Jnhnsnn, Raymond KUl'lllll0lU, Tetsue . I Q .' Grllgvr, Gt-urge llnppor, lilll Juhnsnn, Ruth Kyle. .lack I J Guest, Gerlrudc Ilurdcr, Mnrh-y .lnhnsIon, Xl2ll'gll0l'lll5 l.el4'rant'u, .lnsv if Gustafson. llnynmnd llnrlm'l1l, Toshlko .lnllnr-xllm, Mariv Lailrand, Lula ' L Glndavsnn, Glenn llcrslrldv. Akira .Inl1nstun, Mildred Lambeth, .lhn 'J llaalz, Evelyn llnshide, Sc-kin Jolly, Gwvmlulyn Lamhrevln, .Ianwa ' t j llamllvy, Eluannr llnsking, Ris'lnu'd Jones, Albert Llllllklfll, llordun 1 ' ,, lladhwk, lronl- llmzlws, Gordon .lmws. llurix Lamont, Mary ' llagl-rstrmnn, lrenc llunnnn-l, May Jones, llaslrroum-k Langdnn, Kathryn N - 3 llalc, May lllnnphrey, Edna .lmn-4, M-:rry llama-r, Frm-d X wj I . I W wr . , , X ' A X x X, J l 1 . A K ef 1 ,fl I , QQ -'- Q ,-gpbffz , l . , lj' "-"" ' ' " - . ,.q' I f' W' fm ' f - , I " ' 'F " 4--'X Xl, f.,.A,- , fflvrf X 'X f . I I 4 J, 7 .. , ' 4' f f A., . A ,. - . ,X - - I ' ' 1 fl " I-'bl'-fr --4... K ga v N. - X i 0 ,f t u , ii J t .l . fr! 'L , ' . 1 - i S h VV fin ,I 2 f ' . RZ op 07710765 ff f f uf L-f L ly . . 1 X V LJ IJYI yi 8 Lv O W eiftfiit'f,5i5i2531w ' ' .i . if , ..., ::,,,,- ":- N D hmm - . R M t .., , . 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Toni Logan, Robert Luhmaa, Alfred Lohniaa, Thelnia Long, Luvile Luie, Fannie Louie, Peter Lundberg, William Lurie, Melvin Lyforrl, Albert, Lyons, Roland Mc-Andrew, Richard M1-Ardle, Francis lilcCoskrie, Donald McCusker, Andrew McDonald, Violet Mt'Dowell, .lini Mc-Gregor, Edlrar McIntyre, Loren Mrlver, llmmitt Mr'Keen, Malrolin McKinley, Ularihel Mt'Lynne, lrene Mart-hia, Jeannette lilavlicofl, Alexander Marlilillan, .Iiln Ma:-ready, Lewis Major, Dorothy Malone, Madeline Malstrom, Dorothy Mangrum, Louise Mannell, Stuart John Marry, Virginia Margolis, Marion Marsh, Norman Marshall, Harriet Martin, James Martindale, Lorna Martinkus, Edward Masenga, Robert- Massena, Melvin Massie, Ida Masutla, Sadihito Mattielli, Eugene Medley, John Michel, Dorothy Migliore, Lena Miller, Marjorie Miller, Roberta Minami, Henry Misenar, Earl Mitchell, Muriel Mori, Slrigeta Morris, Mark Mnsely, Dick Moshier, Al Moshier, George Moshier, Helen Mosley, Mary Pearl Mullin, Harold Murakami, Chlyoko Murakami, Takashi Narey. John Naff, Vaughn Nakashima, Mary Nakatani, Helen Nelson, Marie Nelson, Robert Nelson, Russell Nenezirh, Pete Nirola, Iola Nissen, Marjery Nikaitani, Vasuo Nikula, Rudolph Nilsnn. Gladys Nishinxotn, Tama Nishirnura, Hironii Nishlmura, Mary Nlshlmura, M as ao Nishmiura, Rose Nishimura, Yoshito Nisliizawa. Suetsugu Norenberg, Dorothy Nogaki, Yoslriko Noon, Louise Norman, Brooks Norton, Dave Norton, Isabelle Norton, Lucille Numoto, Sahuro 0'Brlen, Bill Udna. Ruby Oetzen, Marjorie Okitsu, John 0"Leary, Phillip Olsen, Frieda Olson, Norman Olund. Howard 0'Malley, Edward Ko Ruth Onoclera. Onodera, Paddock, Hill Pagano, Rosalie l' ' H ,eraldine elen Dorothy Elsie Patch, Anna Palmer, Palmer, Par: ons. Parsons. Patterson, Melvin Pearman, Ruby Peirson. Frederick Perry, George Perry, Louise Perry, Martha Petersen, Gerard Peterson, Donna Peterson, Fritzy Phillips, Earl Pickering, Ruth Puirer, Gilbert Polet, Charlotte Pommer. Howard Poquetti, Mable Pratt, Imogene Price, Marlon Putman, William Ramberrl, Ingwald Rawson, George Raymond, Lois Revrlieo, Rose Rei:-h, Richard Ric-ci, Mary Rlrhards, George Richardson, Louise Ridalls, Ruth Riedel, Katherine Riley, l"ra1n'es Ritter. Harold Rizzo, Adeline 74- I Ux Sophomores ltoark, Helen Ituln-rtr4, llt-len llnlrcrts. l.4zwPll llnlmrts, Marilltl llnlxvrts, Vlvlan Ruta-rtsun, Mnrguorltc liolylmzon, Madge llmllu-ru. Iinrharll llullv, Marsznerlte ltonk, Paul ltunnc-r, Mary Jane lhxpvr, .llm ltosl, llnmlnll' Roy:-c, Robert Rnarn, l't-llrn Ilutf, llelen Hunt-0, .llm llunyun, Ruth lltlaruu, ltmw Sahlln, Aurlrr-Y Salvlmr, Marrtls Santas-, Row Samuels, Dorothy Ntunuvla, Myrtle rlandvn, th-rtrutll' Sawada, th-urxzr M, Sawnda, th-urge Sayln-r, Man' St'at'lwllu, John Svarutt, llonalll Sm-Inu-ht, Margars-t St-harmon, Eloise Sl-hen:-k, Earl Hvlmeldt-r. Marlon Svotleltl, Ilawrellce Sr-ott, Elwln Selllcllluln-r, Henry Svljas, Louis Selt',Gladya Svlnple, Mae Scnyohl, Ella-rt Survlcc, Margaux-l Sharpe, lflvn-lyn Sharp, Ruth Shaw. Ted Shearer, tfnrlnne Sheldon, Dorothy Shvpard, XVlllts Sheparllsnn, Iiarhara Sldlllnmmu, Marvin Shlmahara, Emlku Shultz, Kathryn Slrkvlrl, Samlle Sldoro, Juse Shnpson, .lohn Slnglctnn. Lillian Snnllles, llc-atrlrc Smith, Audrey Smith, Ile-matllne Smlth, Earl Smith, Frank Smith, Harold Smith, Lewis Smllh, Lt-ona Smith, llladonna Smith, Marllollo Smith, Marie Smith, Mary Louise Smith, Osborne Smith, Plrlllp Snyder, Dick Sont'l'a5'. Suzanne Southard, Eluris Spagnnlt-, Mary Snlalna, Marpnlvrlte Smcrlzlnskl. Julie Stawvr, Ben Suuijlma. Lilly Stvwart, Bill Stewart, Charles Sim-klng, Frank Stuttle-lll, Fred Summer. William Swain. Arthur Swan, Miltun Swanson, Elsle Swvnsml, Curl Swenson, Dalv 'l'ar-hlyama, llatsumi 'l'anl, Gcurgu Taylor, Clara 'l'aylur, Slulrh-y Tazawa. Asako Tazuma, Shizulo Tullfurd, Nina Tegeler, Delmar 'Iwgelx-r, Teddy Thomas, Ted 'l'llonlpsln1, Douglas Thompson, ldllzalwtll Thompson, Frances 'l'ltlrlt'k, Kllnher Trunls, Harriet Tremaine, Florlne 'l'r9ntl-r, Florence Tsujlmoto, Joe Tudor, Jack Tulip, Roy l'lnvlx-ll, Violet. l'rlln, Alive Vyvllzl. Mahln Vavra. Mary Vallala, James Van de Kant, Cora Yaupvll, Leonard Vlnrent, lVlnlfrctl Ylnlante, Mike Vitro, Frank Wade, Jhn Waltz-rs, Harry Wanllllng, Kcnnutll Warrlc-k, Lloyd Washhurll, Muntie Wayne, John Wen-kwertll, June WL-lty. Frunves VVt'ynnmtll, Ralph Wllltc-house, Madeline Whltwnrth, ldllnor Wllkvs, Leonard Willard, Lowell XVllllalns, Doris Wilson, Alfred Wilson, Edna NVll:mn. Javk Wilson. Margaret Wilson. Margaret A. Wilson, Robert Wong, John lYuotl, Belly Wmulvy. lllvclyn Yatzl, Fumlo Yamada, Hanan Yamamoto, Tushlka Yates, Bob Yates, Elmer Yumnans, Edltll Yoda, Rlnz-ho Young, Roln-rt Youngs, Stanley Zlebarth, Margaret Zlllmv, lVilllam 7l5 fy M milf W Milf W if: I ,f . v..! fJ'f:vWv A ' - A., I 5 V 4 Q-f-,f . ,QV-JY! rd ' . 4 fx! ' ,- , 1,40 ,af , XL-xxx!! h ffl' -L I ,-,,vf f ,vw.ff..' ' 1 9 'f ' l ' f' ' or 1 e , Mg' MW W "You are young and hafue the 'world before you 5 stoop as you go through it, and you 'will mis: many hard thumprf, This is one of life's thrilling adventures for you-you are an ini- tiate-you are setting your pace for the race. You look to the future for all things-be advised by those who have gone before! RESHM M Q P M 02!"W0jWWX Wff WMWW W W My is if Ri EE fi: I V 5.5, X' . fm. , gf , :tm , qw., f' isis xiii is reshmen an -HM GRICENWOOD I'rr.viflf'11l l'.-KU I. RICHARDSON Vim'-Prr,vfifr11f DICK IIEADY Tl'z'1l.vllrrr MOLLY UYAMIN,-XMI Sr1'rf'lary l l l'1l,l-IN IJRAZIC Srl-gm:ut-llf-:lrmx MISS LILA lll'N'I'liR .'lffi'f.U'l' FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS "Haifa you mmvtfzfivzg to do tnmorrofw? D0 it Zodayfl 'l'he Class of '36 is one of the largest and one of the peppiest in the history of Franklin and one that promises to uphold the line traditions and records set hy those ahead of it. 79 reshme 71 Ahernethy. Jane S. Avvetturo, I ouie Avonlb, Byron Arquette, William Akai, George Anderson, Elizabeth Allen. Gordon Anderson, Gus Anderson, Hazel Anderson, Margaret Anionino, l,t-na Armstrong, Bealrioe Arlnstrong, t'et'il Arnold, Yin:-ent Ango, VVomlron' Austin, Seth Axelson. Margaret Baker. Bill Banker, Ifna Barahas, Philip Barker, Kathryn Barlow, Franeis Barinuta, Carl Barniuta, George Barmuta, Arkady Barinuta, Vladimir Barr, .laok Barrett. Holland Barto, Bob Bass, Ruth Baie. Kneeland Beall. Imogene Bet-lt. Harry Bell, Dorothy Benvon, l'h'ilip Beppll. Hiro Birrell, Ruth Bus, Milrlretl Bevan, Evelyn Biggs. Winnefred Bighani, Franves Black, Edgar Bla:-kmer, Dorothy Blair, Betty Blanc. Barbara Bolton, Margaret Boni, Carolyn Bnnter, .lohn Borella, Lenore Bostwirk. Janice Bolts, Marie Boussum, .lark Bowden, Ted Boyd, Mary Ella Boyd. June Brawley, Bob Bredice. Florence Bretiire, Harry Brendsel, Esther Jaek Bright. Brooks, Helen Brooks, Margery Brooks, Mildred ' Helen l Brooks Brougl ani, Aliee Brown, Ivan Brown, Ruth D. Buchanan, Beatrice Buck, Douglas Bulen, Joyce Burke, Eileene Bunoe, Billy Burger, Irene llorroughs, Donaltl Butts, Robert Byrnes, Pat Ilanieron, Harry Cannon, Robert Clamp, I-larl liainpbell, Warren Canlerhury, Robert Uappelleiti, Angelo Cappelletii, Bill Carl, Betty .lane Carlson, Dorothy Carlaon, Evelyn Carlson, Elfrieda. Cassineham, Hubert Catania, Tony Catlett, Virginia Ceder, Thelma Cervi, Mafalda Chandler, Bill Chase, Lorrayne Chiarelli. Vincent Chirketti, Lena t'hin, Hoy Shung Chin, Ralph Chinn, ltldward Chinn. Lucas Churvh, Neva Ulark, Eleanor Clark, Margaret Clausen, Bill Cleave, Mary E. Cleminons, Monte Close, Philip l'ol1'ln, Bob oker, Evelyn olrovk, A udrcy Pole, Gordon Follins. Eugene Collins, Mae Collins, Thomas Conn. llaroltl Cnnsiahle, Margaret Conway. Douglas Cook, .Iiin Uopeland. Ross Curak, Anna Corey. Hazel Corner. Edith Corninlz, Albert Corning, Marriette Couch, .lark Toulon, Gene Gowlishaw, Nellie Cox. Marie Cramcr, Gilbrt Preighton, Margaret Vroxton. Lewis t'i.llcn, Grave C it Cyr, Joe Czarnievki. Irene Daly, Francis Daniels, Howard Dargon. Margaret Davies, Helen Davis, Madeline Davis, Marjorie E. Day. Edna Dean, Douglas Deitt-h, Earl Delzer, Billy Denlails, Josephine Deming, Davis Dennison, Herbert Dening, Christina Desohenes, Veral Devin, William Dibhle, Cecile Dick. Gertrude Dickinson, Stanley Di Donato, Edith Dodd, Frank Dodd. Marjorie Donald. Aliee Donald. Helen Donlan, Helen P. Dowling, Leslie Doyle, Eileen Draziv, Helen Dronetto, Art Duesing. Eulala Ilunean, Jeanne t sl , 'b ' f ". 1, MJ., -!.1!4-4.1 ' 80 " if I 1- I J 4 , . ,.. 5 A Q, X n X' 'rife-' "' . , "M 'G 'L' ...V 'f-4-HL -'F ' ' I ,L I 1 afgfgf -7. . kd-1 ,M-. ' - ., A 8 tv ,d v',,,w,! Ukryyyiy y fy My C I .1 2' ,U , I , 1" -f" Tf,,4,,! f ' l ,, a ,, , A . 1 ' K , ,, 4.14" f f'i ' ,. A fkf- x f? ,A ,I K les,-fs, ffl' ' Q . 4 M 1. W1 f..e'vL'-- 'A4rVf 7,41 1 ' C ' . .f Af' . H' "J, .' ' ' f 'VW ' -V' ""' Till e 2. 5.1.44 v. '... ,, af, ' l ' - ff - J 49. 1 1 reslzmen lryvr, Lnlv l'Iuxtlnun. liolr l-Insllmxn, lloxullli I-Ialun, ldlvnnur W4-slvy Ihfrnlve l'I4'klull'xll, I-lllxumlm lfldwurlls, lfllffonl I-hlwnnls, ldnum-H ldlnllngm-r, ICI4 llwlpw, Aelrlnn Rule-lgll lilnnlnlwl, lngrhl I-Ilwllln, Alvx llllam-r, tic-011:12 lllmlvxl, Hn-ln-n I-Inwlrf-ww, llnrollly l'Zln!ln-1-51, l-Illls I-lngslrmn, I4'rnn4-v I-Imln-lxm, .losvnlxlz ldrwln, Alll-me I-Iskvsvn. lirnn Plssvlnlxllp, Frml ldvnns, .lnhn l-Ivnns, Kathleen lfnlrlmnkw, Us-rlru Farnn-r, llhlnn. Fasann, Frank I"nsuvlm-ll. Nm-ltlc Fnunro, Jlm Flllhlllllllll. .lnhn l"m-rgnsmn, Tum Fx-rrurl. Ern l"1-rrm-ll, Hvlvn Fla-hlll. Maxlnv lm 4 It de lflgg, Elin-l Flllgno, Arthur If'lns'hur. l.urnin0 Flnnc-, Nnrlnan Flsm-lncr, I-Edna lf'll:-h, .luhn Flagg, .luvk Flelg, Ilnhcrt lfle-wln, IM-llrcrl. Fnlll'ivll, l'hzn'lulle lf'm4l:'r, Luvllln' l4'uslvl', linwlzlnrl I-'uwlelx Mnxlm- Frnln, .lm-anne l-'rand-1:-n, l.PflllilYl1 l"rns1-r, linll lfruser, Don Frnrwr, lVlnnle Fn-llerlm-k, Hlulnml l+'rvIn'lr, Ju:-k l"l'yln-rg, .lnlln lfujlno, Tlmlgsv Fulmcr, Imrulhy Gable. .lean llnle, Pearl Gzu'lml'lnn, Anita Garrlsmu, Vlrglnla Gaston. Mary Jane Gam, Rosemary Guult, I-Ithc-l th-pm-r, Howard Ile-rlmrrll. llvls-n Gs-rvals, Manznrvt lllll, NVilllfl'a'll tlilliunl. .lnnv Glrnlnm. IA-nal Glsl,MaXil1e Glahl-, Mary lmnise lllzlsfurnl, Fl'AlllL'k'S illauhet, Ilully Hue, l'9l'l'Y Gold, Frank Gum. 'Fatsnlni llruf, linh HI'llYt'lll. Roy Gnu-ln-, William lin-vllwuml, .llxn Grl'SZ0l'y, Eleanur Grlflllh, lXIzll'p:ul'1't 1lx'm'l's, M ill'H2ll'l'l Gwinn, Durnlhy Haus, Bill llz1g'en,0l5:a Ilnlnwr, Allm- llnll. Run Ilumalla, Ruth Hamlin. Glznlys Harus, Sylvln llznlnrn. Yasnshl Ilnrrls, Fil-Ill llnrrls, Mary Harrow, Erl, Harrow, Elaine Ilartwig. Flora llarvvi- Donald llzltflvlcl. llvrnlvo Ilnlrlold, Jn-an lluyusukal. 'Fatsum llnxzuslnl. lfllxgvme Ill-zuly. Dlvk llc-alley, .luck llrlwlrlvh, lllll HBIlllSlJlll'I'9, Billie lla-mlerson, In-ne Henry. liaylnnnml llol'ln-rlwlz, Annu lla-rlan, IM-Isy Ilihluhl, John llhnl. -luhn lllnlnzxn, Gayn- lljelxnaa. Rnlnlr llnvppllw, Fl'n'1l llulf, Burnie:-9 Hofstaul., Juno .Inav llnlqlswurllx, 'Pina Hnnklns, Alvin llunn, .lim Ilhrslvy. Ilolwrl llmve. Sum lluyt, Frulwes llnlwr, lllnrtlm Hughes, Frvll llnuhef-1. Jne. Hummel, Joe lhnnpllrey, l'h:n'les llunlch. Rflil'lIill't'l Hunter. Mz1l'l.:am-t lkn-, Nohulaka lrnlverpz. lietty I lnr .lm-ksnn, Alyvu .larulm-ln, lmglwy .Ian-nlrsml, llullrvnvu Jaunisun, ltll-lmrll .lawis, Dh-k .IHl'm-s, Iilll .lelte-r, Earl .ln-nsun, lflwalll .ll-nson, Ilarohl Jerennias, Norman .Ie-zlk, tlvorge .Im-hhnsen. Rilly .lnlmnsmn Ann' .lnh:n1sen. llernlve .luln1sen, Llllhln .Iul1n:4nn. Imrnlluy Johnson, Hx-len Johnson, Irving Jolnmm, ,ln-ullnle Johnson, Mary Jai Jolmsnn, Ruth Johnson Vemon Jones, Kd Jones, Hllzahelh liuwlruv. Harriet Knuf'l'n1an. Grave liantz, Tod liznvafune, Mary Iiuvm-, Milym-rd Kvelle, Rulwrt Kvllor, Florvnve Ks-lly, lfrzunklin Iivllns-r, Ilerhert le aaFre5hmen Keek. Elaine liivlclantl, Arnold liigzer, liud Iiillian, Patrirla Kiene, Neva King, Clara Edith Kislo, Mildred Kisstein, Kathleen Iilinkam. .lohn liozmetshy, George liiengel, Helen Laatz, Marie has-korn, lilizabelli Lagon, Elsie Lugozzino, Dan lla Grande, Marion Lang, lrllizaheth Larson. Ruth Lee, Alive Lee, Charles Lee, Darwin Lein, Paul Leipper, James Lt-mkc, William Lenhart. Margaret Levine. Stanley Levy, lrwin Levy. Sylvia Lewis, Anne Lewis, Audrey Lewis, Harold Lewis, Helen Lind, Lilly Lindsley, Harry l.of'ke, 1-'rant'es hoe, lfldith Latze, Kathleen Imbetieli, Martin Ludwig, Alina Luke, Mary Lululherg, John Lyfortl, Ric-hard Lyneh, Ed lNlat'Donald, Eleanor Mat-Donald, Jaek Madsen, Doris Ma. Gee. Anne ltlalc-onth, Lorraine liialetta, 'Pony Manley, liarl Marlatt, Dorothy Marsten. Jane Martin, Rt-renirc Martin, Jaek Manin, Leo Martin, Stella Martinsen, Gertrude Mason. Mary Louise Massie. Lena Masuda, llakarn Matsunn, George Matsusaka, Kimi Muarer. Edward Mausetlr, Adele Mayhall, James Meallister, Andrew Mvl'all, .lim Mrlhnvt-ll. Isabell Mwllowell. Manley Mrlllwen, lid Mt-Guire, Elinor M4-Innis. Norma Mt'KilliDS, .lark Mt'Leod, Kathryn MvNamara. Bill Meac-ham, Thelma Mead. Luella Meagher, Dorothy M1-og.:l1er. Phyllis Meifzsner. Lois Menzel, Earl Merrill. Maruarette Miehulson, Donald Miller. .lini Miller, LPRDY Mills, Rob Miller, Thomas Mills, Frank Mills, Janet Mills, Olive Mae Milovieh, Helen Minardi, Helen Mitt-hell. llatrieia Moline, Stuart Mooney. Jark Moore. Virginia Morgan, Catherine Mori. Joan H. Morrison, Genevieve Murphy. l'h:n'les Murphy, lilva Murphy, .Iohn Murphy, .luddy M'urnhy, 'Fholnas Murray. Margaret Mnzzy, Don Nakagawa, Roy Nakauye, Mabel Napole, Tony Neff, lletty Neupert, Ted Nirvoli, lllanrhe Nielsen, Roh Nilson, Eleanor Nishimura, Tln-odore Nornholln. link' Norman, Huh Nosirh, Millie Nozawa. Katsluni Ohler. Philin 0'Brien, NVilford Odalovieh. Dorothy Oelsehlagel, Louise Ouiehiina, Mary Okada, Mary Olson, Lester Olson, llildrvd Ol-'hy, Ruth Osthus, Henry Page, Lillian Palazzo. Uharles Palniquist, Lloyd l':1lunulro..loe l'zu'ker, .l, IZ. Parks, Roe Parker, Wayne Pasrue, Nurlnan Patterson, Raymond Patrirelli, Aldo Paulson, Vernon Payne, Davlcl Pearre, Ted Pearson, Quentin Pell, Mary l't-pnen, llolv l'vtrovi4-, Gloria Phelps, Roln-rl Philhin, Marrus Phillvin. Paul Phillips, .loyve Ping, tiene Puiner, Vernon Polls, James Ponipeo, Mike Pope, Herbert Potter, Dorothy Powell, Dwight Preerc, Grave Priestley, George l'ritt'hard, Ceril Putnanl. Cary Louis Pyatt, Roy Query, Marguerite Ratlonsky. lddna Rat-tzlot'l', Minnie 82 Snrlul ,, 4 ...fp , Vw - " Vdofjuivw p?f4f,4' ,MM ez- Aj? " ' . 1 gl k'l VWVVVWV r, f ' 765 771671 Vvfpl ,gf 3 . :J :Q 0" ' K . XJ J 1 'lx I la lv Q l A .uv 1 i X . J X f fl ,. ' X l Q M fl , 4 '5-1 V llnlnlvr, 'I'lu-Ium llundull, llvrslwy lhunlry. Mllwlrml Iizndc, llnlh lhmlnllsm-lu, Amn-fx Iiullruy, Vlmrln-:4 liumsun, ldthel llnylnmud, Huh llm-H, Annvlln Ilvx. Iluvrllal lllvhnrdw, Marv lllvllululs. I'uul Illvlnnlro, Immlhy lllvlnnunfl. llun IW-kolw, llnh IlId4-mul, llllfliillllf lluln-rts. liutluryn Iinlu-l1s, Aluruuu-rlln Ituhenn, Aluruam-I Iiulullwml, Il1'l'lu-rf llmnunu. -lm-nnlr lhxewllu, .lusn-nlxlnr llnunds, .ls-ws ltuurkv, 1'lark lin:-124, .lark llullnwll. Umwwllly Row:-, Wllllam linyc-0, Wllllum lluhlnl, lidllh llusrwll, Glenn Ihun, liullu-rlnc Snndvrs, Marin Suvnrn, Anne Svluwrlntvl. Annn Svlmfn-r. Alhvrr Svhlllor, .lnhn Hvlmrr, .lurk N4-Imllln-k, l'Ilvlru Sm'lnwurzrl'. lileanmr Smith, Eugene Smith, I.llu Smith, Virginia Smllh, Zue Suntln-Inn-r, llernmn no. Ulnarloltc N S4 ml. Murin-l -nit, .lrrhn Nm-lhzu-h. XlllI'lZlll'l'l Sl Nl mlfer, Dun munwk, AI Shaun-r. l'lxzx:er hlunu-r, V1-fuul Slulw. llnh Shen. Mnrgar:-1 Slwvllznl. Tum Sha-rnluu. .Xl Slliolml, Marion Slllnmkun, l"l'unk Nllnunsml. I-Illu Shlrzllshl, I-Ill-unnr Short, Ruth Slllllllllll, Sammy Slmmonds, .In-ssle Simmons, Cla-Ilan Sllnunds, llruve Slms, 'l'ln'ln1:l. Slnglctun, Ann Skursvog, Solve-lg Snnn-L, Imuglus Smldl, llnth Smith, Iillly Smllh, Edith Suutfny, Leon Sp:-lrllng, K'h'arles Spencer, Shirley Stn-hna, Russell Stenlmurle, .Iln Su-plluluei, Marcellus Slelsun, Swmll Sll'VOIlS, .lean Stevens, Mary Anne Sll-'Vl'lIH0ll. Sldny Su-wart, Runmnu Sim-king. Wilbur Slum-hm-kvr, th-rl rudv Slorvy, K':-xlherino Slrunl. V1-rna Studlry. Dlx-k Sul:-0, Lydia Sumner, Ruthettu Summerlln, Audrey Snmmerlln. Jervil Summers, .lean Sntur, Eileen Sweeternmn, Lon E. Tahur, Morna Taylnr, Amelia 'll3lyl0I', Irene Tzlylur, Margaret 'l'aylnr. Maynard Teen-r, I-'rank 'l'n-rlwlllnxl. Myron Tod, Peggy 'l'n-rry. l"l'2llI4't-'S 'l'0I'Y'D'. Helen 'l'lnnnp:4un. Harriet 'I'lmm1wr4on, Lum-ilev 'I'luunpsnn, l'xdmer Thmnnsnn, Hnl1s'l1, Tullhvr, Eugene 'l'nmalln, Sidney 'l'run, Lnulse Treit. Lorenz Tri:-k. Jnyve Tudnr, .lne Tuliu. Mildred 'l'nllJ'. lilll Turner, lllnnznn-L 'l'ufuruln, hllverllm 'l'ullurh,, Gert rude 'l'n'ardn:1, Wanda I'mnfl', 'Paul l'rlln, Olive lltermark, Louise Uyemlnuml. Molly Van Hnrn. llndsnn Vanvlvk, Roy Vurnum, Nancy Ynupell, Roh Vim-ary, Emily Yuruw, Jenn Waddell, .lean Wake, Dirk Walker, lfllizaln-th Wnllwr, Leslie Wullure. l'Idwln Ward. Adele Waltwn, l+Irnn-sl XVutsnn, Grave Way, Fred lVvl1'll, Lelzlnd Wellington, Kathryn Wellnns, Lauren Wernvr, Laura-ure West, Mildred XVest:'nt!, Phyllis Wever. Dk-k Wlrveler, Mhz-rt Whistler, Evelyn While, Ilulh Vl'idmer. llelen.l:1nr' Wilkv, Dawson Willlznns., Ilurolhy lvllllllllls, Lois Wlllinms. Louise Wlllman. Mlldred Wilson, Ric-hard Wood, George XVuods, Clydn' Wmvds. Lola Worth. AI Wukollrh, Katherine Ynsunnhu. Jann-l Young, limb Yuum-Y. Fred Zaxknlvll. l"runc'is Zlmnv, Gertrude , ma s ' 4 .f 4' -ll 1, J' ,. slr! -H-'fs If f 'Y ff' . .zz Q- ,. 'j six H " .J A ' Q ' 4" 1 f J n v 1 Q lf ,JJ I - W This phase of school activity, that appeals so strongly to ns all, plays a foery important role in school life and awakens in the student an ap- preciation of a few of the great pos- sihilities of leisure hours. , , - f . - if " x , . ' "I x Q M. " .f X. , LLLZQQ' 'swf ' i"4'?"' "Q , . , u x, u A V,-,f ' X ,gl ' , , ,, , ,iy , -. , 4, ' 1 - - Q. 'fi-W ' f i A, Wm.- . ,.. , gwvu ., MW,-'1,: X I A VJ, fix fKaV:5,1.f,MQ5m:,4,.1I.,4k.,F,A.,, , Ag. , Q . I . 4 -qw 4 - mf 1 Y A f. ' f- 3gy?5AfG' 53 'wfv-rw., , ..,. fa! -Y .. 'L' ,.v,Mf-, .,' '3 ' ., 1..,,,,, 1,115 , V - ft ' f ' ., ,fffifi I 2 ' f in f! 1' f 5 ' fx . 5 5 N 1 f ! : 1 X A I I i 1 x 1 E . 5 l 1 X TW QMJJ 2 ', 7 Q 1 PRODUCTIO ae Productions VODVIL "Night Sfmdv Nn11cl!ivx" MOONLIGHT ICPISODIC "Blue l'11fifi1' Mrffzlzfigbt ",.,,, H ,,,,,, Kncclgmd Hates "River Smy A may From My Door "7A,..,,,, Maxine Fowler Ulzfrz Buffet Sir ,.,.., ,,,.,,, . , ,,,,..,,,,,,, , ,,,... ,,,.. X 'Cl'Ul1ll Rulam Thr ln1pe1'ri1ze1n'e of fha c.'l'Ea1fltl'l? C.'l1z1'1'y lifrfffolzz NlJfI112ltI11NC Gorslinc, Bill Fiticld Productionskxv -5'L,fwQ'jHl S'l'Rl'1lf'l'I,lGIi'l' ICPISOIDIC W -' fx M , . , A 1 QQ L lfw llnllfffmfl nf llfzllffl' B111 and Jun Clrccnwuod , ,, , lnllllfllf ,...., ,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,.., ,,,,,,.. ..,,, I 3 arlmrn Nfnyhuw f I f - jf, XF! , Yfffffhh Uru1ruM',,, , Curl Nnlclli Hcnrv Bzllku K 'X A + 3 - v X, Ln' .4pL1fhf.f, .. lfdnal Wv1lIlilL'L', Dorothy Rommcl J JX iv 'U - X 1 I 'ff x N Fl..,XSIil,lGH'I' l'Il'lSUDlC J 1 lJfc'.f'lffrf in Ihr lQnlI'K'lIt'JJ' lJefv'fx.fiw1 ,..A, ,,,.,,, , ,Howard Rolin, Rolwcrt 'I'hompson Sl'O'l'I,lGH'I' ICPISODIC "Sh11'ff11,fl" "flour nf l'.1rfi11g" . , , H ,. , ...,,,, , H , ,,,,, ,Yic Dulwrill N C.'fm'w1 C.'uf1'l11 ',,,,, , ,, ,Bolv CLll1lL'l'lWlll'f', Umm lmgglfziugl li1unM11ry Nfutzgfz' - I f I -'cA'f,,-,W K111lf.1Nighr" jj L -XX - - ' 8 ' QQ X XA!!! My 5 4 Aa , 0' lj ' V NN. MJ f mx ' K g S I . J X , f I 5. me Praductions SENIOR PLAY H The Pepe ....,,,, Ewifio ,,,,,,,,, ..,. RU,fd7'izl ,.....v...,., Dora lfrzrbafim. M4zz'ie Pepa ...,,, The .4 ppurifiou IDU!! .1 mm ,,,,,,,A. lrefze .....,,,,,,,,,A Quiffefmo .,,.,,,, rl :mafia ...,.,, R ofmmtie Young Lzzafyv U. MORTINHZ SIERRA .,,,,,,,.Jaek Yiele, Victor Dobrin ,,,,,.kIaek Bradbury, Fred Butler ..,... ,,......,,,..,,...... D orothy Gr1H1n Hoyt ,,,r...,,,Genevieve Le Clair, Lenora Martin Reseburg, Jr. v,,,,,..,,,,,..........,,,,,,,. lid Markham . ,,,,,....,,,, Harriet Stetson, Ellen Lcipper Nntelli, Joe Trernper ..-.lVIarjorle liaton, Marjorie Letterman 4 X . 4 5 U 3 Q f , 4 . gxg Productzonsgv 'I N-V . 1 5 R a A l s vf 1 J s 4 . , ! ,- ,X fx, P, 1 Q X Tv -7 ' ' .5 11. K ' K . nf- , ' " .F ft M 1 J J. 7 H V A 1. A J' it . ff, J ll '4 'X' I sv A 'jj-, I . -f Q N' I hx XL! 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IA M Z Jvbarax ALISINA lik.-XNlDAl,ISli 6 Jvbafcx -IOHN C01-'FIN 4 rfvbflfvx ALEX LEIPPER S ffvflatrx HILL SM I'l'l I 2 flcbalcs Sophomore and Freshman Debate Teams 90' I-'IQRN IHGGS 11011316 .IUHN COFI-'IN KIMBER 'HIJRICK Roll 304 CRANE WALKER -ww! W1 CQ, 1 JM., ebate2U 14 Rn113f6 Rull 304 ALHINA BRANDALISE Franklin 'x ?f'iQ" Loufdfwfff' Ziw , Re'pr4'.vvr1lalii'c in Univcrsily Dcclamafary Context Debate Club QI Here we pay tribute to the greatest 0 f the arts-Music-which leads us with .meh grace artci .furertess into the realms 0 f eternal beauty! SL, ,- '43 -' gffjf ,,' - qw, ga Music JUNIOR A CAPELLA CHOIR 6 JUNIOR ORCHESTRA 94 Musica on I, WL-fV'4 ld wf? f , fix' M' ff JM 4 W V , f w Q f I U ' .f fy ll. .'Ufl.x-mil, l2f'rf1jm!rf, H'nM'f'f', Ufllffrl l.,'ll.uwff,ICn,nu,l"in1f,n Mfb' Y S' S If X TB 'l"1'1+I M MW WM My 1 f . f GIRLS, S1iX'1X1i'1"1'E .1lmt1'r1, l"f'rwlmfu, .1lUllf'v, llnyl f,'m1'1'.wr1, l,ff1ww.fm1, C,'.1r1,7w'ur1 .vr"" f A L' n lp e , B I x .4 -if U ,f I r'.' 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X x 4' ress jf If .3 DOROTHY MILLS FRANCES SUMMERS Nrfzxv Fdifnr I, Il Fmzflzrf' Flfilnr I, II HAROLD GILES LEON RASMLSSPIN Sprwfx Hfflrff' I, Il Spwfuf Wvflft r I ll g., i ' ELSIE VV.-XTSON JOHN NIERRILI. Hll.FilI1'.FX AItIlItIgt'f I ffxxixlmlt Spnrlx Fffilnr I, ll JIM ARMS RUTH GAHNIIERG R. C. -IOHINSOIN 5-, lm'1z.vim'.r.v Nlarzagvr I flxxivfanf Nvfcxf Eflifor II Bfilorial '1 I 1 fl FLORENCE BIGHAM VIOLA CARSONS lm'n.vim'x.v Nlarzfzgrr II :1.v,fi.vfm1f Fl'HfllI'f' Fffilnr' II JOE PICKERING BILL FIFIELD R. H ANDY BIl5f7lLIX.Y fllarzagvr II r1.v.vf.vIarzr Fvalzzrr Effilor II Hl1LVil1t'.Y,f -I 1 1' ' i 1 x IJ 4' 'J -r Q I ' 3 Q- A I Z' I . 5 fi 1-I 'lf Q3-if .K " 1 Yank- 5- I : Q tc It ' I I 5 -Q wmv-' 41: X 9 X 4. u .5 N JSP, . 0.4 ' , , :A 1 N A .. - .5 Mt I I we in . v ' 0 X , V-g's A , A 1 s Xi W Q .K 4" " -J 'L M ' 3 I lg' V 1 I V, s, If Bois 9 9. v It IFC' X V Q li X ' '5 -J w IOO 9 I ,MW,M,2n4u.jv!4f ALJ? oQ" . Af 1741! do 'I mu! 1' for Srillllfiutillllf pg, "77J-Q, 13a 'WISH CRI IQHPN SHXW MISS LHXRLOI ll' IEIIX LA Ill XRIJ ISL llxl fu f',,i A , n f IV LUV, . N f Lf. qL,1..2.L'Aj' ' 7 , I , L ' Lf L 1:2 K - . X1 4" ' F A ' 1' I . -,A-'.'4Nf "5 fll I . .F I- l, ,A A 1 wi L ' f I 1 -fn MP' -1 5 J 17' xx 1 IL Ml if u 4 4 k K , I ' , " , 1, 17 '-x I uf, I I I 1 To all of our athletes, the tlurliugs of the school, who strifue to uphold its jiuest traditions-going fur to profue the truth that "tt souml hody houses tt .fourttl mimi." Our greet- ings I ATHLETICS n l BAKER lEnd1 Don,s specialty was snaring long forward passes. His height together with speed and aggressiveness made him feared by other teams. He comes back next year. BENNETT IEMJI Clayton made a great Fight to cop an end position and was never headed. At blocking, few on the squad excelled him. He will return. BROUGHAM fTackIej "Bud" smacked like a heavyweight and boomed 'em plenty often. A two year letterman, he proved a bulwark both on offense and defense. He graduates. BUCKLEY fTacklej johnny waited until his senior year to tackle the grid sport. However, his fine aggressive and fle- fensive play won him a place on the squad. CALLIN LHazfback1 All-City Cam finished high up in the individual scoring race. His speedy end runs and smashing off- tackle slants were always thrillers. He graduates. CAMP fFullback1 Chosen as the greatest inspiration to the team, Dick was given the Warner Trophy distinction by his mates. Old "VVhataman" played consistently good ball all season. DOUGHTY Lcuafdi As a reward for his inspiring play, George has heeu chosen captain of next year's eleven. His specialty, nailing punt receivers. And how he nails them! GILLIAM rcufmzj Backed by two years of First team play, jack handled himself as a veteran should and steadied the Quaker line. His graduation ends his career. HENDRICKSON IHulfback1 Marty's track prowess served him well in the grid sport. Although rather light he was one of the fastest and must skillful backs in the league. KENNY fHalfback1 Oscar had the distinction of being the only Soph- omore backfield man on the squad. Lack of ex- perience, however, didn't keep him from being a nifty ballpacker. LINDER fTackle:I Opposing backs found Kenny to be an old stone wall when it came to gaining yardage through his position. He will be missed next fall. IO4. ' x i ootball RICHARDS fQuarIfrback1 Frank was the fleetest broken field runner in the circuit. Besides his high ability as a signal barker he packed a heavy scoring punch, RUGG fCenler1 With Elton booming opposing lines and opening blg holes, enemy elevens could find no fun messing around him. The best all-around center in town. SHAW fGrlanl'I Although one of the smallest players in the league, Ted made up ln power and tight what he lacked in size. He returns next season. s'ross fHa1fb.1fk1 George's educated tne often meant the difference between victory and defeat. A speedy tricky player, Stoss forced his way into the lineup. He will be missed. TULIP End Hill proved himself a mean pass snagger and no slnuch at defense either, what we mean. He fitted nicely into the lineup in a relief role. BARKER firrixfanl Mdildgfffl MAXSON Ulead Managed The toughest job under the sun is that of Head Manager. To Herb fell the task of heading the "Hey Manage" of cranky athletes. Herb was 0. K. MCDONALD fflrsislnnl Mnnagrrl MERRILL I'Tmm Dorfofl A familiar sight on both field and dressing room was johnny "Doc" Merrill. As a reward for three years of faithful service "Doc" was awarded his stripe. TORIBARA I'Frn.th Mnnngcrl KIRK rchdfhl s ,f Qfvffj' ' , QT' A e 1,21 " ,Uuv ', ff , ' I .2 fl "AM N' Mft fl H, V,sf,s,, 6,1 f f . , , .1 I ff' f r- ' .x . .V ,, ,. 1, --' I ,I X . ', - pg. ,1,rr"z"" t , . GI-fffff. f,,'f4fX X 2i1Cl7'7N" J f ' . cI2Z"C? of ,g,Z1,..,. Zi 12 I s X fle ' rl if QV-14? 1 gaF00tball Resume of FOOTBALL SEASON One of the early pre-season favor- ites, Franklin upheld its promise and finished the race in third place. ln the first game of the season Coach Kirkls squad met the Broad- way Tigers in a hectic renewal of an ancient rivalry. Although the Quakers were the favorites the game ended in a scoreless tie. Later Franklin was forced to forfeit this contest. I ln its next start the Green Wave was in great form and trounced Queen Anne's Grizzlies 6 to 0. Picking up steam as it went along, Kirk's machine next trampled on Lincoln to the tune of I8 to 0. Clevelandys Baby Eagles were the next victims of Cameron Callin and mates. The South Enders ended on the short end of a 14 to 0 count. After losing three games to Gar- field in former years by one point margins the Bennies turned the trick on Coach Brigham's boys themselves in the most bitterly- fought game of the season. The final score gave Franklin a sweet 7-6 victory over their bitter rivals. With a Victory over the champion Roosevelt needed to get into the play-off, hard luck hit the team. For three scoreless periods the teams struggled before the Teds finally grabbed a break and scored. The game and season ended with the Quakers losing, 7 to 0. A great ball club that might have been champ with a little luck. IO6 .. ,,,, ,M-t... .. ,,,.. 1-,,,-5 w fnfew:e+2Pn'as.ttrfH22gf'1'.glee''ra -A fam--an 2 '.a-if . A -ff W 'ef "5 'P' H' ' Vi" 'i 'T W ' fl f www CALWELL I:Forward1 Bresklng into the lineup after three games, jack used his height to wln himself berths at forward and utlllty center. Getting tlp-offs was his specialty. DOSHEN fFora.'ard:I Only a Soph, joe literally forced himself into the llmellght. His timely shots from outside the foul line kept the Quakers in the pennant race. IVES IfGuard1 "Blackie" used his experience to push himself into the lineup. His swlshers from mid-floor served to keep the fans upon the edge of their seats. LYFORD I:Cen!er1 Captain-Besides being a dead eye from under hoop, "Big Ed" was the sparkplug oi the team. As Lyford went, so went the Quakers. MOSER, MARVIN lGuufd1 "Johnnie" was the "bad man" of the league. A rough and ready hattler, he was often in hot water. Never- theless his play was remarkably clean. Mosran, LEO lFarevani'l Leo stood out as the smoothest player on the squad. His stellar playing on the maple court made him feared by every rival Five. - 0'BRlEN fForzvard:I jnhnnle's great defensive play kept opposing sharp- shooters in their places. His casaba qualities were not limited to defense, however, as he was up in the scoring race. WESLEY Iifluardl Ralph was right there every time in the pinch. His eflorts in checking the champion Garfield Pups ac- counted fur their lone defeat. A real ball plyaer. MCNAB lManagerj Duncan has been manager on so many Green Wave outfits that he is a fixture on field or gym. It's going to be tough to fill his place. KLEINHOEDER lManagerj The Quaker dressing room wouldn't have been the same without the "Pride of Rainier Beach." A guy that was hard-boiled, but who never let a player or coach down. 107 asketball llafuq 57' 3'1"-"ww--nj A 1 o ,, 9 fly' SL. ootlmll v it SECOND TI"iAlVI l"OU'I'BALI, 'I'he Quaker Supers were off to a good start, and led the pace for a time. Hard- plunging hacks and a clever passing attack made Kirlfs aggregation a pennant con- tender all the wav through. Defeated in only one game, their record was exceptionally good. Such players as Stoss, with his educated tootsies, Shaw, Smith, Tulip, Southard, llendriclasen and lmherg made up an eleven that had plenty of class. FR OSH FOOTBALL Wlith a three-year record of defeats to defend, Coach lVlal1affey's Babes ran into a snag in the person of the Garfield l'ups. After playing an almost faultless game, a hreak gave the Bulldogs a touchdown and the victory in the tirst game of the season. lVlade more determined lav this setlwaelc, the youngsters stepped out and won the remainder of their games lwv large scores. However, the hest they could salvage out of the season was second place, a notch hehind the liast Siders. .X real team that will he heard from in the future. IO8 1lA'lZ6fl2llll2U CC As. l Q-.as SECOND TI'ifklVI BASKETBALL Yieing with the first team for position in the prep race, the Green VVai'e Seconds were only slightly hehintl the regulars in their circuit. Unlike the famous "VVinless VVon- tlers" ol' the last two years, the Scruhs went right out at the start ol' the season to set their mark. VVinning successive xictories over Roosevelt, Garlieltl and VVest Seattle lw tlecisive margins, the Quakers looketl for a time like the team to cop. However, a little tough luck dogged their footsteps so that the squad had to he contented with a first tlitision berth. , lf' RCJSH BrkSKI'iTBAI,I, Championsl ln his tirst and last season at Franklin as Frosh Basketball Coach, Mahatfey tlitl a remarkahle -ioh. The Stllllltl he put on the maple court was a well-balanced, powerful outtit without a peer. lt swept through its schedule in a manner that left no tlouhts as to its class in the mintls of fans anti critics alike. Such plalvers as lynch, Hlielmaa, Urovetto, Molly antl Nakagawa will make their mark next year anti in future athletics at Franklin. wig QD A I M ffgufk i I O9 WKJJWJ - , ,Y-f i Vltllxirc 4. .tfziamwfzwzz SOPH.BASKETBALL Runners-upl ,-X game lost at the first of the season is ust as important as one lost in the critical moments of the pennant chase. This was proven to he correct once more, much to the sorrow ol' the Soph liasketeers. The Quakers got off to a rather inauspicious start as the season opened. .Miter that they did not lose a game, heating the champions rather handily. However, it was too late to do more than cinch second place in the league. The squad, which was made up of Wilkes, Nlarsh, Fox, Smith and klones, was practically the same that ligured in last i'ear's pennant race. YELL LEADERS The fellows that kept the stands in touch with the hall game. Loyal and untiring, with no thought of individual glory, it was they who kept up the spirit of tired teams and hi' organized cheering showed that Franklin hacks its athletic teams. Not only is their work cut out for them on the lield of hattle, hut they are the life of pep assem- hlies and school rallies. The school should he proud of them. Uf'r1y,i'I1r1 Dfficnrfh Pffkwrfllg IIO , 1 .F ' if ' X V .vi 4 ' xl , x i K .it 1iJl 'H' 'J' I '-f . i ' ' li it ,t 2 K ff' ' -.1 ,Lv 'K -xl ' J ,, ,mot-r Sparta C OI, lf' T111 A M Coach Ralph Knapp's divot diggers had a pretty fair season, winning four and dropping a like nuinlwer to opponents. Considering the number ot' line players and lettermen lost through graduation the Quaker eight made a very creditahle showing. The mainstays of the outfit holding over from last season were 'I'ed and Delmar 'l'egler, Roland Calkins, Dave Norton and Frank Smith. For the third straight year the local hoys finished in the third division. Quite a feather in Instructor Knapp's new spring bonnet. TENNIS 'l'lalAlVI l"ranklin's tennis team, never strong in the past, proved to he no exception this season and takes it on the chin with astonishing regularity. Still this does not prove that there are no good tennis players in this neck of the woods. Late openings and poorly tended courts make life miserahle for our amateur 'l'ildens. This year's tentative line-up of Nlaleolln, lVlosel'V, Uarey, Schenk, Kelley, 'l'orilwara and Fowler was just as well- halaneed as any squad ol' former years. Coach l,aizure draws down a lwig hand. -9 III N l 1 l ' - X 26 .fffwif if M J s l' -.n nf ff til N , . I W BASEBALL Coach Ralph "Pop" Reed is noted for his powerful ball clubs. This season his outfit upheld the reputation. At press time the Quakers were still right in the thick of the pennant Hght, with seven victories against two losses. Successive wins over opponents by Bruno Valella and Tony Malletta, Reed's two star hurlers, have been mostly responsible for the team's success. A flossy infield composed of VVienker, Dijulio, Mills and Al Mzilletta did much to tame enemy olfensives. Schom- berg, Gribble, Grove and O'Brien did great work in the outer gardens. VValker and Parker caught the hooks and fast ones behind the platter. A notable achievement of the Quaker outfit was its landslide vic- tory over the first place Broadway Tigers. 4'Casey" VVienker led prep hitters all the way in with his fence-busting drives. Not far back of him were his teammates. "Pop" Reed can be justly proud of his squad. 112 wemwtwwawffe' mm Siem Agfa M l W ,4 TRACK A big AllfCity threat is the Way that Coach Doug Kirk's Quaker tracksters stack up at press time. They pack plenty of potential power, and although nosed out by Garfield and Lincoln to date it might turn to be a different story when the Big Meet rolls around. I,oss of 'llrygve Hansen, three event Winner, left a big gap that is hard to till. Leftovers from last year's All-City Winners are Dave Nlaginnis, lVlarty Hendricksen, John Buckley, Blaine Cobb, and a bunch of likely looking second team men. Nlaginnis has been a steady point Winner so far, not dropping a single point in the mile run. "Beeg john" Buckley is the class of the league in the shot put event. Noth- ing but an earthquake can keep the Quaker from Winning his event in the All-City. Dan Southard, Johnny Goodrich, Cobb, Arms, Hendricksen, O'Brien and Company are others counted upon to bring home the bacon. II3 . ,QU MMI m2Girl5' Athletics KOLF N, lax" "xv 1 ' A . rf 1'vi'UJ!llll6l7L Iloukey l . I-J4v4f'L4Lf' tl. rg!" .3 "1 W dJJrfl'Wf M 'Sf l 'I ff NX, f X X M y - 1 ' X 1,1 X . Bczskelbczll T E A M - II4. X ' I X5 . :V 5. x X x X Q 'N A I l R A L llm'A'z'y ,,, ,,,4 Girly' Athletic.s'2v M12 "" ffozo raft'- 'WI Volfeybzzfl I3 xznxhof WI odxjzff-7 3 ul pm-1+ , -Egg? DJ QE +3533 'SXQ5 .A' 1 1 K I, duaf ' f Qu v" M'? r I wow-4, 61,071 . A' f f 1 I ul 71-Q' 0f'LA,1 3114, -rl t P111-f',.A, fzolqlkk' 4-141.1 '- N li.-,NC NG 1.1 f I A Q1JLf.A,4,L4fCl' - ,14.m,!,4fufL' LL" " ' ff If 1. MA. c , f A I , 1. JA, ffff',f ,ft ff, lbw! will Q A' aj .!"!!! 1, ffgfff yi ll. I I ' 1-5 r4AfuifKV6YfvLx,l1, 'fxlr I fuvf. 1, AA' f,.-,!- , ff. l QI! f 1- I. ffxv dxk Y-,yn 1 2,v4,1,f, .Lrfw-A ',flf!" I ll x, I 0 li :ff f"1 , "A man may be judged by lwfw he playin as 'well ar by how he worksfl One of the real values of an edu- cation is its enrichment of leisure hours. Toward this end school clubs play an important role in the life of the student. BOYS' 6? GIRLS' CLUBS is nafllubs BETTY BUCHNER Pn'.tiif1'r1l MARGARET DAVEN PORT Virf-Plrxiifmzt VIRGINIA FOISIE T1'1'a.t11rwr MARGARET MQNAMARA Cnrrrxpn mf! rig Sf'r1'e'fi1r'y ANN HUTCHINSON Rt'L'IIf1,iIIg Sc't'l'1'fIIl':V X M ISS MARGARET Mv.'CARNIiY Arfiffxvr x. . J he aim and purpose of the Girls Club is to foster a spirit of loyalty and enthusiasm for the best interests of the school. To encourage democracy, good fellowship, and co-operation and to further the cultivation of all Womanly graces among the girls of Franklin High IRLSi CLUB School. The girls wish to extend their sincere gratitude for the helpful advice and hearty co-operation of Miss Mcflarney, and the members of the faculty, who have given their time and support towards the success of the organization. 118 , , pwgrfe. 1i?wwf"w.rff'-'vsfefisfz,1faq. . W FRANK RICHARDS Prrxiffenl G EO RGE STOSS Vice-Prcxviflenl JOE DIJULIO Rrcarrfing Svcrrlnrv JOHN BUCKLEY Corresponding Secretary MARK WRIGHT Trmxurer MR. WALTER RESEBURG Afifvixrr BOYS' CLUB The Boys' Club--one of the most active organizations in Franklin -sponsored, in conjunction with the Girls' Club, a Vodvil and pub- lished a Greenbook. The Fathers' and Sons' Banquet was one of the best in years. A new feature was introduced in the form of a series of breakfast meetings where vocational speeches were given. Mr. Reseburg, the popular adviser, led the club through another successful year. I 1 9 Ma ffft5ff'r'f"?4CL We W M. fAR MpZJ ,wa Male 42 me labs Shui, Slnrvy, ML'lNv11I1IH!'H Cfmn'Hz', Slnrkuy, Diffnmzfi, Srlyffw, Crflfffzz flllfzzk, I.'m'4'i1n1r, Pfmun, I,'r1n'fr1m', Gnrxfim' IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE Nl.'Xl'RK'IC STOREY NORTVIA JANE GORSLINE NIARHC NTUNK lfnyx' Cflxlfflllalll Girlx' Cfmirvnm Sm'1'.'lm'y ICDITH DIIPIN,-XTO MERWVIN STARKEY NIR. GRII"I"IN S1'r1'rlnl'y T1'1'n.f11n'r HJ-z'i.v1'r S E R V I C E C L U B JOHN COODRICH CARL OLSEN 1'f'w.vf1ff'11l Vfm'-Pl'z'.X'f41'1'7lf Hl'lHfR'l' EVER.-HJ, HUVVARD ROLIN NIR. IQV.-Ylvl' .N'm'l'f'l4Il'y Tf'nI.r11l'4'r' .'hf2'i.n'l l2O 1- X, N X.. I ww t Nl u ff 5 X ILO! . f 1 My--h ,W J 'w f'F' Ix'fr1'l1l1umlm, H111-zfrr, .'1rn1115 NH lnlrhf, lf1'f'li.vrfrr,Sf'n'f.f1n1, Liv, lllavlfrflrvyx, ffi1'rrH X 1 rl, Gu mzr, llmmnfn, Tuynlfi, jyrlkxllxlflf, .'lInl.vn,u1fm, lx'w111f'-Y CULTURAL ARTS COMNIITTEE NIARY ANN GRl'Il'fNl'1 MISS SHICLUUN Ifhfzirumzf :IJ-:'i.n'r MISS BIZ.-XZZA MISS ML'GR:YI'fl .'1ff-z'i.wr .'H'z'fn'f' LUNCHROUNI COM.M1'1x'1xEE lI.'XRRIl'1'lx HOGAN NHSS YVJXRNIQR NIISS QL'lULf'1Y f,'h,1iruml1 xfll-i'i.m'r ,l1f...uf Jlflyfflrlff, f1'rnrc'11, Thnlupxruz,."l1f.m'm'1 Qnfgfry, lx'ul,mnl I.im-.f,C.:llm1f,Ilrfgm1, lllIHIf?fl!'c'j'.f l2I -W-wg,-N-wr WT. 1 C QTKZW7 ff g X WM Our congratulations to the 'various organizations of Franklin High School-for the 'various interests they represent, and for the splendid quality of their contributions dur- ing this past year. E 1 CRGANIZATIONS E I n 5 ! E 6 5 U IN GOODRIUI l'f1viJfwr1l K-vi' l4li'l"l'Y i'l..'XVIiY S,-rn'!,1f'y M ISS lubsifv A - fx L f,1fV'VZVy IVV!!! , f J., I HICRINIC BRIHIM f fv , 1' Lf 'Y " f.,ff" f -J 55- lilJI'l'H lH'1NNI'1'I"I' .'I1f:'1.wr , X .J JJ' If' Ju' 1 I HO OR CCIETY Sfwinr I1 nnm' Sofiely ann.- l25 Q 3 . Midi I ,J-V I ,v , P7 y W , . . H' ,A 0,9 Jyjpfd A of vcflf y lf, 16 ua hlwlf fy hier' ,A fe yndev fd' ffe W 7' ,ff 67 9 7' n2UClul9,g ,I 7 ff nf' 1 0 ,JL knbfye h A I ,ff WL if f J is Q' x gf' -440 ,f MJ ,cw ff PM! 4'l!NM7W W5 i mg vil N.,,,,,. Tnfip, Ifzllffrl, 1le'r1Jrfi'lv.mn, O'Rrim1, Ijflllgflfy, Krrlrlry, B144-Hwy, lmhzfwr' 0 Qzrrry, Pi'fi'1'.m R wfmrg, flfafwlm, lllrrrifl, Rngg, Gilfiam Hfnugflavl, Mflllxzlzz, IW R rhlrifx, Slnxx, Hwmzrlf, Difnlfu, CUM: , 1 f 'lIi1gir1r1i.v, F'Ul'l'l',Yf, f:l't't'7li'l f l'mfhi'r1, Dilrzwrfh, Smith, Rnfinf, W"iw:1lw'1' - HI-Y CLUB , Purpose: "To create, maintain and extend throughout the S school and community, high standards of Christian charac- ter." This club is made up of leaders of the school whose membership is based on their service to the school in all hranches of activity. DAVE DILWORTH E Pft'XIliF17f a JOE DI JULIO H . . 1 Vzrz'-Prrslflvrlf s E XDOLI ll MA'1"l"i0N P- S I y CFORGE 91038 I rfflmrzr x A W W MR. S. P. TRATHEN 1 wk W: it's':'-I?" Aifwisrr 126 lu ,, v- .llfilff v, i'llw.llrx', l'ln:1i. lf, I,f'f:'1'i, Rnliw, fllnlr, lJ4rz'f.r, .1uhu.xur1, R.nfrn1.fky, Zukfl! fl7.'f.'1rllf1ml, Cnrrifnw, Ilihlw, .llifcln'H, I,i11r.v, Unrrifmz, Dr'.vir.v, Ruff, Hoplnrl Xlllillflll, f,'.1r'rv, ll'm.', 1lilgi'1,vff1w,', H'fHl'.m1,v, Sfvfffxfilif, f.'IIi,lit'l', .fi'11.u'fl, fllfflrl' ' f 12 5 252 Sfiilfz, l,'uf.iffflr, Niinilwnrrn, Huyil, Sfmumrl, :lmli'r,wf1, f,'i1f'rf,i'nrl, Turf, llillllinfil, Ilwf-mfr, Rogn. Q U A K E R M A I D Membership to this club is based upon the athletic record of the individual girls and is limited to those earning an HF." 'l'he club sponsored all sorts of athletic competition for the girls and encouraged healthful living. I27 Nl.XRU.XRl'I'l' HARRISON l'ruvf'ffi ul 'Q vm'l,1.ls SCOIfS'I'AlJ l'fn'n'-Illvkliifz ,ff if ., s , ,N M,xx1N1-: utwls .N'ri'1rfilfy' i wss Rmzlcks X ,iil.'fi,,,V ,4Q'Club5 s v sf M Av CL V J if .X ' C M M E R 'AC I I J VV X ADA KELLY FLORENCE DFLVITT Prmhlnlf Vin'-Pn',viJrr1l MYR'l'I,I'I HIICDNICR ELENA PFR'l'UCl'I.-X Y ,X 1 y Sf'r1'rInr3' Tl'1'17.YIlVA'!' S , 5 CHARLES SCHARFENSTEIN JOHN GOODRICH F . X' PfF.Vi1!t'7Il Hrmi Caslzivr I . M L ROY SOUTIIVVORTH MISS JOHNSON ' Publizily Mafzagrr Advixfr XM . I li Q n " Y X- W f K 'X ' -' T wax' -1 'LX l r . , li-. , C 7 , " , T 1' 9 V I X L V' X 5' A Q. by T, i S Ck ' as 'S 3' 53 ' ' gi 5 I f ' L- N 5- .5 sk :A 'L -X 1 0 ' . X N ' 1321 12 X E CH CL - K I HHS I X V.'XI,I'1RIIf l'1LI,IS lr uf ul I'fI'1'-f'1'w,vf1f4'lll C RXMPI IIICLICN C'A!Q.'XlDY ll I nf 1 .M'4'rf'fnl'X' NII II DIY XI. SPAN CLUB ERIC KIRK LAND I'fn'-Prmffffrll MISS QUIGLEY :IJ-:'i.vrr ubs TU ITAL CLUB CHLOE WINCP HER.-X WARE l'rw.ffffH1l Trrrlxifrfr' UICTSY Hl'llI,.'XN IJOl'Ul..fXS CONVVJXY MISS I,INlJIiHRG Rmufuffrlg.Ym'n'lIl1'V ,'IIf'I'rl'lf.w'r .f'f4f1'fvrr' FRANK BAILEY TED EIVIERSON MISS RUTH HAIIJIY l'n-.rifhrzl S4'rrf'fary-Trvrzfzrrfr f1Jr'i.rwr Sprirlgvr, H:'rg1'r, .'Yf.v9fu11nr1 Hnflwx' Tfznw mu Haifrx' Ili!! Ewrfurm , I I , , I f'Wul.'f,1y, Hnwzwr, Hurglznnf, Ilf'luhvmr1 our 'MTM I3O .., N, 3 'S X S X Q. E lu CHESS AND CHECKFR CLUB .Q GORDON Sl'RINUl'IR MR. I..-Xl7lL'Rl'f l'fwf.frr1! .'Lf."ff.'r IIl'RSH.fXl, NV.'XNlJl.lNU HILL CR.-XNlJ:XI.l, EWR. RlfSl'flfl'RU S, l'1f.mlfu1 Sf'rn'!af'y-Tf'1'a.vrn'r JJ-:'i.n-r QT I,'vHl'1f, ,1lirfvfrjr1hr1, Lufgh, K. Iivdllrflfllg,1l:ICl'lCl'l1A',f,f7ifZ f, ffiulll, Tufffrff, Fr rlxl, Gmini, fflvlrx, Ugflxflfwm - ' lflnk, lf. flfuffff', 1,'mrlJ11fl, l,u.'hnrr,,1. fyvlllblxj ll. llhmffffly, Knllvffg EL ' - . 1 'N tk Q.: E ..-- I N 7 K , l3l 12529 ,M ' '. if' I . 'r' f 1 1 ' ' . f 1 ul ' I L af. ,I ,J lg. UV,-1 lj J I ,o 1' O I v ' 5 , ' s - -. ' . , f If , I, ,' :JJ VJ ,, , 'MJ W yrfen . .f f ,Q 4 r fx U I 5 A , 'I ' ai f if ' . 1 aa M , 1' - " rl, .1 JV' r' 'XJ' .' 'Vf 1" ' 4 V WK 'l'rrv1prr, f:l'IlgL'I',M1lgfPI71f.Y,I'ffi1k1lf,Slllifh, Diffvnrfh, Cuhf 21, Huffm- , fllurlirl, lloyf, VV111'f', Stark, S11x'ff'f', nlxlfljllllrllxf, VVrlly, Rullf' , Ill'-fbi, Ur'i'ffi11,.'Ywl.wrl,HHH, 1lr11'.vlif1w, Flfix, Ilnghwv, f1Iuyl1wcr,.lffhrlmrl IJQXVIC lJll.VVOR'l'll M.-XllG.'XKE'l' HARRISON l.l'INORfX M.-XRTIN l'rr.xf1frrll Sn'1f'lmv 7'1'n1.v11rwf' HILL I"II"Ilil,lJ M.-XJORIIC I.Ii'1"l'l'IRM.-KN MISS M,'XClJON.-Xl,D Slmfrfll Dirrflur fHwn1fn'1'.vflifw fihaljflllxlil :Ll-1'f,n'r LIBR RIANS M ISS CAUCHIEY HJi'i.wr' Ifngrlru vi, Jr1uhfv1.wr1 Hfm'fvH11'r, Rz'.Yf7Igt'F,D1I1fgt',lJt'.Yk'lIIlj', fluffy, Nzmlm 1 lfv1'lm1'i, f.'f1z4gf11'3', Tzxfff, llaumfla Hn7:'4I'H1, l,1IZ'Ml1I'wr, flflffllb, Tumlffc, Rnark . '32 W if X fy 9 1+ QF n I M 19 5 zu MA KE-UP AND COSTUME C O M M I T 'lx E E I-1Vl'Il.YN 'l'.'XYl,0R M ISS .IANLIDIN IC l.'Mli1rmu1 rfJ:'i.w1' STAGE FGRCE M ISS KICL' HLICR .lflmur llmllfrmurl, Huh' .X fl ffnfx, F1151 lfr, Ufmrl, Tllfiuquml, K4IM.'f'g fm kwfl, Kr14Hff', l1uf.Y':z'n1th Z , . I if 33 Q . 22 .J X my V The feeling of loyalty anal ajfection a stnilent feels for his school is close- ly akin to the spirit of patriotisni one feels for one's own native land. Such a spirit rans high at Franklin, the real "Yankee-Doodle" spirit! ,ff SCHQOL SPIRIT 1 X Ax 4: 4 -. -F ., L.. x 59' -A 1. ' , I--k V - W? ,L ' UL A J, ' , 4 V ,rm M148 L3 x llilcr'-, Qgl myi? I 1 Q I Q V EM f f I N A A X .L ,A if WA, 1 u . , 5"-n ., ,L N 4' , P , w aim. ,A . , FRANKLIN A L , - DAVLNDOQT A A L Q A , 'E,.., 7. I l 351' fr' U: MISS BlsAzzA,M:ss SHAV AND L, ' v 4 me A I ,- BILLGREENUCQJD-THE fu -A .-.L . FIGHTIN' FORCE OF ' ,X THE 1932 ANNUAL W w I 'SCT' L 75 mam crzosscs .A LY 1 6 5' ? THE DELAWARE " Zfii- ' 19 r 'Q ' ' ia E3 E3 .: -1? 1 M - Gmfsam 'NN 1' K V , F.. ,.,-ellfi , - 9553.153 f l fm ' 1 .T - .W WL HAVLNT YU Hfggffvfiln V 5' A, BEQUN TO FIGHT! Mrs? Vun.5g':1gg2:Ea1:ADv K Beg-Ll? V' ' 3 DOD Quo QS f ' Xia-'ii vALnANT TO 4 1 'C-if THE LASTf r ,, .- A mf-A L, ,L 7 . - -"1 f 0 A ' A - L " gf' f- " ' 12' ' A .3 Quuvcqk HIV THE Atcnc ncuncAnr1AruQg ggjgQf 136 X - X Ti DTT?-TEXNEQ k 1 'H MSQBAUM M y ', V' TW? 'ICM UQ? T fav s A4 T ,nu fb ' Ffxvovme A A 'W ' n WW J ,ff fl 2:5 TTTTT T ? ' xA ' ST 1, X Q '1 X 9... - !'ff'N l C1EN'l. WCARNEY 'SMALL BUT MIGHTY Ama Hsu QHIEF MDE-me smmseua cuessmfw LATZURE Gag fi? A, YE SuMMigACERM 'P 7- ,U 'T Q57 Tri-9 ' Q fm, v Q gh' gn x.. .-Z' jj.. XX ,X Qx Tv 5 '05 T Q QQY ' X 1 I RLT- RALDH KNADD AND WALTER? ' 91 ,LL - ' RESEBURC14-THE serum -'-S-if-3 J OF FRAN LIN FORGE' ED BISHOV, QALDH UPTON AND ijt! 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Cmmlmu Burke Lazy fblanagrrs The Shop 140 1 ,f Thr Lnnknzll 1'll1'wu1'fal Trwr Jnxl playing 1 4. 1 RiFIK'1'l'? Yr H1'am'ry l'l'0r1i,fif? Skfppfrlg? Tfvkflx? Ilnrm' again Jolm Paul Jones, F ather of the A raerican N avy ' Wa5hing'l0n, the Godfather of lfze Evergreen State W X fwoffy l'il1'hel', irxf Ilzmgbfer n ffm ,4 111eri1'm1 l3mwl11firm 1 ,. xl, I Plz 5 ' ':11'1'0,., , I V 'K F -H 2 "Q-TW 1 .iw 4 g f V' 6 ' 'V , 2 ,-wr.: 5 7 , ' ,Wy 5 . in I . .AQ I, 4 Gnu A ff 1 V 4 x, K 4 ' Y V 1 'M X N -jj -,E I If NL Q-. . , h A. F A 1 ' . , - 'M-X , 1 " X I Am ' . Q! I 0. ' 9 I f if , h V A X I 1 n K A + - 1 I xx ' 9' ' I ' ' fy f I K 9 , r Q ' e gg.. - ' Q 5 M , ,,,,. 4 . 1 ' ' f : yn 1 + 5 i at ' V 1 M: f i , ' 'f 1 .M S F V- ' .fu-.gf :M . i ng-, 11 The First Solzliefs Fzzreweff I0 fhe "R uggezl C'071fi7lf?Wf!I!.Y,, We have az COMPLETE Sion? 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