Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1934

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Youhwl the farthest outpost of the forward look! Youth! the open door to great achievement! Youth! the stepping-stone to an ever finer and richer social order! Youth, we of a former generation salute you! . .H E ,, Ma Hum .f hw, ,W g-f'i?3--'.- . vRgf'Sgg-'L 'are' aug,-H? ' ' ' .V 'fi r ' N R A ant 1 W il Qin f ff an we L 'N' 1 3 . lv :far 1, 1 f a 1 f .-:rw vi. i ' fav .Myr a iz .ff- A 5 ' fig' DEDICATION Miss McGrath, Senior class adviser, we salute you! You are to us the personified ideals and philosophy of youth! You have revealed to us the inner light, the brightness of which shines withing The wisdom, the courage, and a broader understanding of the everyday things, by your wondrous ways. By your clear vision you have given us the key to the open door of youth! 5 Mentally stimulating, and spiritually inspiring, you have been the perfect postlude, the one great spiritual stimulant of our year! X54-we Jffafal ,-7-Q, 4 '-29211. V,-wx.. . - i,l:,- "-Jqq,".,5 .- .-'Wm x.,inx5i ,A -J. 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Flaming Youth with a desire for finer things of the spirit! Nomads in their elemental love of beauty! The challenge of the peak, the call of the laughing sea fog, whisper of shadowy cathedral sanctuaries under starry skies are the heritage of every Youth. Behold again, from the portals of our beloved Franklin, Youth goes forth into the great Adventure of Life. Strive-that this precious Life may be an Art! Hold high the flame! Carry on the sacred trust of those honored Great Hearts gone before! Carry on the Flame- the Flower of pure and gentle womanhood, true and gracious-the ever-burning Flame of manhood, noble, courageous, and just! 552255543 fee- l '. f' 4' K 5.7. Since the very beginning of civilization, Youth has sat at the feet of a Mentor to learn. Throughout the ages all knowledge has been passed on, along a mighty bridge of human thoughtg tor, back of any great work, is the mind-the fine intelligence, shaping plan, work and organization. Without it civilization itself could have had no beginning. hm N ,,,l.....- , 1 .V 1, ll V VV Q4 , ' ' K - -Q ..,1 5' k ' ii 3, - I WV. 4 V., ' 'S' V ' ' QQVL V IW' 1 , , ' 'W' W A. 'f VN., ,VJVL ,,. A 17: gf' , V ' R4 J, 'Emi-1 1 ,gp hd "U .7 V. V 5 icy- Fm . W. ' Q "u -V s lm . fi! V V 'K 4' QV' af. '3- 1 , .. V V yi ff V- .fr fl L , :if . ff ' fv "H 1 f . Vp - , J.. . ' X, . .85 ' ,V f 1.-' I5 ju, ,.. 1? iff ,Q V51 .V , . F f.,.:, , .ggi ' fi , K VL Q A ' , - ' A Vx , .W 11" V ' -5 Q4 TV q wx, 7. 5, ' if V 'J A' , w . 5 1 , 4V ' ' 'V V xx I .f A i X ' ' - . A W 25, w - Q1 an - ' vi Yg W lg ' 1 1 Q 5 , 1" ' 1 1 fx l- 35. ' ' ff.. Vg,-Q .,. .QF V, . ,F lik Q .gif . V, V ,, my ' .V W .. 1 V V 'M ,gf - , ' .1 -V Vi V, AH ' 'A 195 VV, ,. V QV. gf 5, l A ,H Hg 1 A . Var-J ,A A I . -V- W ,- . f ' I' 'Y' ' se . lj' ' :Vg-.A N Va . ,E ,V 421 -31 ' - ' WE? f V . ' ' 4,-X me V , X if I Mi! VH A J . ny- . . f f . V . ' ' - . , - V1 A : ' 1 I' 1 . ' - 4 ' :li ' ' ' - '- x Q f , , i"' V N- . V1 1 - -4 : 'f 'A . V ,: Q' ,I V , , iam!! -VV. vw 2 - , ,V 'Vw ,' ' V ' f Q .-.'- Y73 , . r " 1, .fi V V13 ' ' ' , I AM, 1 lim 1 1 . Egg? 5 1' fm . f-. ' V"Ni ffl ' Y 1.3 I' 5 V .'.' :Sri V ' ,li ' .bf wi' 5 U l .V . x z pf? - . "il V L' f 'M QQ-Q! ' VQTQ L A ,931 1 'W-EH f VA 7 . f 1 U ' if I. ' Jaw, Q43 X 5 .V . V1 - z - QL ' - ,4 'aww ' . 5 4 a V - 'Ha ' 42 Q. ,frm Q . X 1 V X HJ ff E! ...D H 1 ' V ,V ' "2 . - "1 iv, 4 f A. ' ,V V VV .M , ' 2- Ve-.5 ,, ' ' U V- gp j , ' - -V 5, i . 'UN 1 ."' Q . " . ,K ,,.A A ff' T, 1- , QA Y, "A f, A -' ' 'Vs AA -V ' , -EQ mfg-V 'K V L MC' V ' S621 :fx 5. "E-b?'1,V ' "'Y?r.'1V 'f-61. V V .. sf. -I .,. ,,.,. A "Aff .-.V if , ACULTY SIDNEY POLMERE TRATI-IEN WALTER JOHN RESEBURG Principal Vice Principal OFFICE AND STUDY HALL FORCE COOPER, NONIE MEREDITH . Secretary . Avocation or hobby: driving her new car. ZUCCONI, ELDA ANN . Assistant Secretary . Franklin '29 . Avocation or hobby: swimming and dancing. CAUGHEY, LOIS . Librarian . University of Nebraska, B. A. . Avocation or hobby: stamps. REISINGER, GERALDINE ANNA . Assistant librarian . Franklin '30, Avocation or hobby: gardening. HALL, LOLA GIFFORD . University of Washington, A, B, . Avocation or hobby: music lvo'cel, SMITH, DOROTHY LOUISE . University of Washing- ton, B. M. . Avocation or hobby: music. GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT CORNISH, CAROL CATHERYN . Washington State College, B, S. .Adviser of Quaker Maids, Girls' Dancing Club, Girls' Tumbling Team and Nutrition Committee . Avocation or hobby: tatting. SHAW, ANNA BELLE . University of Washington, B. S. . Adviser of Quaker Maids, Girls' Sports and Girls' Club Committees , Avocafion or hobby: outdoors. Thirteen Q nf FACULTY I 13.31, :nf K f' iv 5 I iff I , ' - . I 5 , if 4 if 3 ,E A 4? .1 in N ,W 9 W m ,, .. l . I. .,.,. . , ' fc" 4 If' gt P 5 J ' , 4, 5 . 1 I ..,, . a In: ' ,as . '22 2 . 4 -r , . ,, f .3 7 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT UPTON, RALPH RICHARD . Head .Yale A. B., A. M. . George Washington University, L. L. B., L. L. M. . Fi- nancial Director of the Annual . Avocation or hobby: vicarious traveling. BAILEY, RUTH ALMEDA . Oberlin College, A. B. . Adviser of Philatelists' Club . Avocation or hobby: vag- abonding, BARNES, LUCY ROWENA . University of Washington, A, B., A. M. . Avocation or hobby: gardening. CROCKETT, MILDRED FIRTH . University of Washing- ton, B. A., M: A. . Avocation or hobby: proving that "the poetry of earth is never dead." GRIFFIN, MALCOLM HARVEY . University ot Texas, M. A., L. L. B. . Adviser of Improvement Committee . Avocation or hobby: hiking, traveling, home duties and reading news. HUNTER, ALICE LILA . University of Washington, A. B. . Adviser ot Junior Class . Avocation or hobby: try- ing to find enough time to sleep and eat. JARDINE, NAN THOMPSON . University of Washing- ton, A. B. . Adviser of Make-up Committee . Avoca- tion or hobby: books and music. STRAIN, ISABEL . Reed College, B, A. . Avocation or hobby: gardening, KUEHN, HELMA ELIZABETH . University of Wiscon- sin, A. B. , Adviser ot Costume Committee . Avocation or hobby: books. LINDBERG, LYDIA . Carleton College, B. A. . Adviser ot Tusitala Club . Avocation or hobby: golf, contract bridge, chess, baking bread, and astronomy, MacMA5TER, MARION . University of Oregon, B. A. . Adviser of Vocational Committee . Avocation or hobby: growing flowers and music. MACDONALD, ARISTELLE . University of Washington, A. B. . Drama Director . Avocation or hobby: Seattle Repertory Playhouse. SHELDON, SARAH MEECH . Smith College, A. B., University of Washington . Adviser of Cultural Arts Committee . Avocation or hobby: stamp collecting, gardening land other people's childrenl. STRONG, LOUISE JORDAN . De Pauw University, A. B. . Avocation or hobby: beach combing. FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT BISAZZA, CHARLOTTE . Pratt Institute, Degree of Fine and Applied Arts . Adviser of Art Club and Art Director of Tolo Annual . Avocation or hobby: books and travel. SHAW, GRETCHEN ADELL . University of Washington, B. F. A. . Adviser of Tolo Annual, Service Department Girls' Club, Exhibit Case. Avocation or hobby: unusual jewelry, contract bridge and traveling. Q Fourteen HISTORY DEPARTMENT DAVENPORT, NOAH CLEVELAND . Head . University of Washington, B. A., M. A. . Avocation or hobby: studying road maps and planing trips. COPELAND, PAUL WORTHINGTON . Whitman Col- lege, B. S. . Avocation or hobby: Philately and books, PEEK, CLIFFORD LAVERNE . University of Washing- ton, B. S. , Teachers' College, Columbia University, M. A. . Adviser of Intramural Sports . Avocation or hobby: basketball. HART, LOU ELLA . University of Washington. A. B., M. A. . Adviser of Debate Club . Avocation or hobby: making cookies, JOHNSON, RALPH CHARLES . University of Kansas, A. B. . University of Washington, M. A, . Adviser of World Affairs Club, Editorial Adviser of Tolo Weekly . Avocation or hobby: spode. KASSEBAUM, EMMA . University of Michigan, A. B. . Avocation or hobby: golf. KIRK, DOUGLAS GARFIELD . University of Washing-, ton, B. B. A. .Coach of Football, Basketball and track . Avocation or hobby: sports and music. LENTZ, KATHERINE JANE. University of Washington, A. B., A. M. . Adviser of Probation Pupils . Avocation or hobby: seeing as much of this interesting "terres- tial ball" as possible. REED, RALPH JOSEPH . University of Washington, B. A. . Athletic Coach . Avocation or hobby: athletics. SAMUELSON, BRYON AUGUST . University of Wash- ington, A. B., M. A, .Adviser of Service Club . Avoca- tion or hobby: gardening, ping-pong, music and shoot- ing. SCHIRMER, CONRAD . University of North Dakota, A. B. . Washington State College, A. M. . University of Chicago, M, A, . Avocation or hobby: hiking. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT JACKSON, GEORGE BROWN . Head . Yale, A. B., A. M. . Adviser of German Club . Avocation or hobbyg trav- eling or playing bridge. BENNETT, EDITH PAGE . University of Illinois, A. B. . Adviser ot Honor Society . Avocation or hobby: gar- dening--especially flowers. du VAL, MARGUERITE JACQUELINE . University of France, A. B. . Adviser of French Club . Avocation or hobby: books, pictures, music and tennis. PERRY, HELEN JEANNETTE . Smith College, A. B. . Adviser of Spanish Club, Co-ordinator of the Operetta . Avocation or hobby: travel. QUIGLEY, ALICE . University of Washington, B. A. . Adviser of Spanish Club and Lunchroom Committee . Avocation or hobby: mountaineering. Fifteen Q FACULT sl Patti ,Ml if Yo F ACULTY MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT SCI DOHENY, HARRIET JOSEPHINE . University of Wash- ington, B. S. . Adviser of Sophomore Class, Program Department of Girls' Club and Opera Dramatics . Avo- cation or hobby: travel. JOHNSON, MINNIE CARLOTTA . Knox College, B. S. . Adviser of Thrift Club . Avocation or hobby: auto- mobiling. KARRER, FRANKLIN . University of Washington, A. B, . Columbia University, M. A, . New York Univer- sity, M, Pd. . Adviser of Stamp Plan . Avocation or hobby: none. KUEBLER, HELEN GERTRUDE . Carleton College, B, S. . Stage Director . Avocation or hobby: stage designing. REMLEY, AGNES . State University of Iowa, B. A. . Avocation or hobby: golf, bridge, china and boxes, SMITH, WILLIAM MERRILL . De Pauw University, A. B, . Avocation or hobby: basketball. ENCE DEPARTMENT LAIZURE, GRANT ARLINGTON . Head . Ohio State University, B. S., lvl. A. . Adviser of Tennis, Chess, Japanese Club , Avocation or hobby: tennis, chess and ping-pong, BENSON, HARRY . Washington State College . Univer- sity of Washington, B. S. . Ticket Manager . Avoca- tion or hobby: golf and tickets, CHAMBERS, LYDIA MAY . University of Washington, A. B. . Adviser of the Alumni, Sons and Daughters Club . Avocation or hobby: general science, DAUGHERTY, ANNA MOTT . University of Washing- ton, B. S. . Avocation or hobby: wandering around the woods. EVATT, PHILLIP ORRIN . University of Washington, B. S. . Avocation or hobby: skiing, skating, golf and reading. FITZGERALD, HATTIE MAY . University of Washing- ton, B. S., M, S. . Avocation or hobby: stamps. McCARNEY, MARGARET . University of Washington, B. A., M, A. . Adviser of Girls' Club . Avocation or hobby: girls' welfare. WAMPLER, KIAH . Purdue University, B. S. . Adviser of Vocational Committee of Boys' Club . Avocation or hobby: civilian soldier training. 'Y MUSIC DEPARTMENT - Q. .ar- 'ii f '55, ' f P 'I - 'I ":- 2: .-..-. 1- i rn.. .. 1 1 - Ei ff ..:'.i 525' A ....., WW .,. -3 an U -:aa iiili Q- 1 ., iit' 3,55 J uw.. ' razi. A Im .g ..... iiiiiii i 'A "" - ' . .Qi A.: K: i f- in .'.. X f '-:- ' ' I I , MHC A 3' 4 5 z - 5 I, ..." BLACKNELL, LAWRENCE HERBERT . University of Washington, B, M, . Avocation or hobby: drama and tennis. ELLEDGE, GLADYS . University of Washington, B. M. . Adviser of Girls' Nonette, Boys' Quartet and Junior Ensemble. . Avocation or hobby: jack of all trades. . Sixteen COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT BAILEY, FRANK HOLMES . Head . University of Washington, A. B., A, IVI. . Adviser of Commercial Club . Avocation or hobby: hunting and farming. FOWLER, LILLIAN CARRIE . Minnesota School of Business . Gregg Shorthand School . Avocation or hobby: travel and reading. GORMAN, MARGARET MOWBRAY . Ferris Institute . Avocation or hobby: being natural, JACKSON, CLAUDE STANLEY . Dallas Business Uni- versity . Treasurer of Associated Activities . Avocation or hobby: animal husbandry and agricultural experi- mentation. McGRATH, STELLA MARGARET . Gregg Commercial School . Adviser of Senior Class and Social Service . Avocation or hobby: golf. SHEAHAN, MYRTLE . University of Washington, B. A. . Avocation or hobby: music, STAEGER, DAVID ARTHUR . University of Washing- ton, B. A. . Adviser of Anglers' Club . Avocation or hobby: fishing. WALTERS, LELA HELEN . University of Washington, A, B. . Assistant of Social Service Committee . Avoca- tion or hobby: gardening. WALTZ, MARGARET ELIZABETH . University of Washington, A. B. . Adviser of Freshman Class, Charm Committee and Standards Committee . Avocation or hobby: golf. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT RINEHART, GERTRUDE LOUISE . Pratt Institute . Co- lumbia University, B, S, . Avocation or hobby: travel. WILSON, LENA EVELINE . University of Washington, B. S. . Avocation or hobby: Birds and wild flowers ot the coast. WARNER, GENEVIEVE . University of Washington, B. S. . Adviser ot Quaker Tea Room and Four o'Clock Tea Commlttee . Avocation or hobby: outdoor sports. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT HOWES, HAROLD . Head . Avocation or hobby: work on inventions and new shop methods. CALES, TONY FOSTER . University of Washington, B. S. . Adviser ot Stage Scenery Construction . Avocation or hobby: gardening and golf. SCOTT, GEORGE OLIVER . London, B. S. . Avocation or hobby: golf. BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT KNAPP, RALPH NEWELL . George Williams, B, P. E. . Adviser of Boys' Club . Avocation or hobby: music and minor sports. Seventeen Q FACULTY! ax. .gf I f , .,. ,,,,. 1: H ,. Q 4' W , S D iy 4.11. f J S - e it "l' I llll . as i I Hg K' w .f - 2' A A 5 y , ' 1 ..,. i--. . i V f-15: 'Tiff H i ' .V 22" rl It ..... ... Q xg 1 xjjgw sa we . yr 3 ye , l all I ,iw 4 1 Iii- '-:fd-H" ' , wi ,ff L1 ,, N, -. ,.- pgs -:A .1 wg Q14 - 111. 1,35-ri ww.: f 495.359 ?rf'Lf4!I?i 5 aw: fm-av ,'2 i'3, 'l ' Two great forces exist in the world. The Power for Evil, destructive, seeks constantly to tear down and destroy-and the Power for Good, constructive, seeks to elevate and build. Even within the individual are warring forces. But trained in magnificent self-con- trol, Radiant Youth masters himself, armed with knowledge and a sure sense of Right, he discerns and vanquishes his foes. He seeks to increase his sensi- bilities, too, for it is only by cultivating fine taste in friendships, books and all the good and beautiful things of Life that he may grow in mental and spir- itual stature. i L V w S x wi? 'h 1 ,X ,I 1 ' , M l ar, . A .E V ,. 1 , ' f f , W , V, M,.: 17. 5 , '.-u fi , W K N t X A r. ' V y. f v . M , wk- , .2 x - v '. "A 'S 4 6 1 :T ' X ,, V-, . 1 - ' W ' r 1. , 1-W . ,, ., .,..,,, . . .,,. , ,W , f , ,M.,, V. ,, ,, ., ., , ' ' . V 6 . ,, V . 1., '5: 'v. ' " - V . Sf?-. ,ff ,:,v.L.,sf C - vw 1. M. V Wi m- ,. 4' 4 S S' .I I -I 'f si. I S at r r ie., GRETCI-IEN DARLING MISS MCGRATH HARRIET MARSHALL President Adviser Treasurer RANKIN FOX ELDORIS SOUTHARD Vice President Secretary S E N I O R S Young men . Young women . ending four years of high school . the years as they appear in retrospect . Freshmen . formation of the class . Al Lyford . president. Miss McGrath . adviser . colors . purple and gold . boys making excellent showing in sports . a president for each semester . Stanley Young .first president . George Gruger . second president . Ju- niors . two presidents this year also . George Gruger and Helen Casady . gave four matinees . Seniors . last year . at last the "mighty" of the school . Gretchen Darling . president . Senior play . entitled "Queen's Husband" . before the play a Senior luncheon was given . four matinees . Senior vodvil is planned . also Senior Cruise . six speakers for Com- mencement . valedictorian and salutatorian are the two students having the best grades during the four years . two students chosen by the class . two students chosen by the faculty . Commencement night . grand finale for Seniors . now having only memories of four happy years under the advisership of Miss McGrath . Fare-thee-welll Seniors! MARY PEARL MOSLEY BILL O'BRlEN GEORGIE BRACKETT Valedictorian Class Choice Faculty Choice EARL SCHENCK LOREN MCINTYRE NOBUTAKA IKE Salutatorian Class Choice Faculty Choice 5 I 4 1 '31 ...iii .... . 3 .5 I 'CY Y . f 'R 5' ' .- . .... Z , ,lgg , Q . bg g gy .Ei in 5 ' , " ' --'-- ' ' -. F. A 2' - wil? ., , 4 5 1 , 1- , 'f Z 4 fi l as Twenty-one Q SENIORSO ENIO Abe, Toshiko. Entered from Washington 1930. Japanese Club 43 Girls' Club Party Ticket Comm. 3, Honor Soc. 1. "The world appreciates a worker." Alley June. Entered from Madison Jr. High 1931. Future, business college. Librarian 1, Lunchroom Comm. 1, 2, Glee Club 1 , Thrift Club 1, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Social Service Comm. 3, 4. "Business is right up her alley." Allyn, Ann Phyllis lPhill. Entered from Whitworth 1930. French Club 1, 2, Make-Up Comm. 2, Vodvil 3, 4. "Going steady." Almer, Josephine Hoi. Entered from John Muir 1930. Sextette 2, 4, Nonette 3, Midwinter Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, "Fortune Teller" 2, Spring Vodvil 2, 3, "GondoIiers" 3, "Sweethearts" 4, Sr. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Sr. Choir 3, Thrift Club 3, 4, Clogging Club 3. "My heart is at Annapolis." Amalleff, Amy Ivonne lLyubal. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. French Club 1, 2, Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Social Service Comm. 4, Folk Dancing Club 1, 2, Minute Girl 1. "What's in a nick name?" Anderson, Evelyn Marian. Entered from Ta-Ho-Ma High Maple Valley, 1933. Honor Society 2, 3, 4. "I believe in study." Anderson, Gus. Entered from John Muir 1931, Future, U. of W. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play 4, "I am a man and what concerns a man must concern me." Annibal, Ada Elizabeth lRasfusl. Entered from Brighton 1930. Future, beauty operator. French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "Fortune Teller" 2. "Why is you all-Rastus?" Antes, Barbara lBobbieJ. Entered from Emerson 1930. French Club 3, 4, Chr, Refreshment Comm. 3, 4, Minute Girls Comm. Chr. 4, Dr. and Nurse Comm. 3, 4, Sr. Sister 3, 4, Tolo Reporter 2, 3, Experimental One-Act Play Co. 3, Girls' Rest Room Comm. 1, 2, Stamp Plan Comm. 3, Girls' Roll Rep. 2, Sr. Roll Rep. 3, Jr. Choir 2, P,-T. A. Usher 4, Girls' Club Assembly Comm. 4, Athletics 2, 3, Decoration Comm. 3, 4. "With grace to win, with heart to hold." Appleton, Aena. Entered from John Muir 1930, Future, U. of W. Wardrobe Comm. 1, 2, French Club 2, 3, Cos- tume Comm, 4, "1 know everything except myself." Austin, Dorothy lRedl. Entered from Highline High. Fu- ture, college. "A smile is worth a dozen groans." Baldonaldo, Perfecto lPel'l'ongl. Entered from Philippine Islands. Future, business college. ViceePres. Filipino Club 2, Pres, 3, 4. "1 have fought a good fight, I have fin- ished my course." Baldwin, Rose Mary. "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, oh! how your friendships grow." Barmula, Carl. Entered from Beacon Hill 1931. Future, architect. Honor Soc, 2, 3, French Club 3, 4. "I am go- ing to be an 'Architecturalf " Q Twenty-two " i Barr, Louis lLooieJ. Entered from Brighton. Future, radio entertainer. Jr. Choir 2, 3, Pres. Sr. Choir 3, 4, "Sweethearts" 4, "Carmen" 4, Vodvil 4, Boys' Quartet 4, Tolo 2, 3, Asst, News Editor Tolo 4, Glee Club 3, 4. "When at music he does play, he chases sorrow far away." Barto, Robert Ed. Entered from Leschi l93O. "Carmen" I 3 Make-up Comm, I, 2, 3, 4, Chr. 4, "Fortune Teller" 2, Midwinter Concert 2, 4. "An industrious boy heralds a successful man." Bartu, Patricia Lillian lPatl. Entered from Leschi l93O. Future, Pratt Institute. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Basketball lg Soccer I 5 Make-up Comm. I, 2, 3, Girls' Club Dra- matics I, 2, 3, 4, Chr. Properties 3, Experimental One Act Play 4, Vodvil I , Annual Artist 3, 4, "Little Wom- en" 4, "I love not man less, but art more." Barton, Virginia Ellen lGinl. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Make-up Comm. 2, Folk Dancing Club 31 Vodvil 3, "Gondoliers" 3, Midwinter Concert 4, Stamp Plan Comm. 4, Art Club I, 2, 3, "No wallflower in her gar- den." Bassett, Bob. "lt's all Latin to me." Bates, Goldie. Entered from Beacon Hill I93O. Future, business college. "Geisha" l, Orchestra Productions I, 2, 4, Sr. Choir 3, Vodvil 3, Midwinter Concert 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club lg Glee Club 2, Commercial Club 4, String Ensemble 3. "Little Miss Gershwin." Bayless, Dorothy Burbank lDotl. Entered from John Muir I93O. Future, U, of W. Reception Comm. I, 2, French Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chr. Refreshment Comm. 3, Standards Comm. 3, 4, Pres. Ping Pong Club 4, Social Service Rep, 4, Sr. Roll Rep. 4, Tennis 2, 3, Decoration Comm. 2, 35 Girls' Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Tusitala Club 4. "Always true, never blue." Berglund, Dora. Entered from Emerson I93O, Future, bookkeeper. Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 4, Folk Dancing Club 3, Thrift Cashier 2, 4, Asst. School Treasurer 2, 3, 4. "A maker of friends." Bertucci, Elena lPauI Whitemanl. Entered from Whit- worth I93O, Future, Cornish, Experimental One Act Play Co. 4, Dramatic Group of Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Chr. 4, Quaker Maids 3, 4, Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Thrift Cashier I, 2, 3, 4, Make-up Comm. I, 2, 3, Librarian 2, P.-T. A. Usher 2, 31 Girls' Club Roll Rep I. 2, 35 Tolo Roll Rep. l,Sr, Sister, Sr. Choir 4, Mother and Daughter Banquet Comm. 3, 4, "Wanted-Money" 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3: Track 2, 3, Hiking I, 2, "Sweethearts" 4, Social Service Comm. 3, 4, French Club 41 Stamp Club 3, 4. "Longest activity list in the book." Boni, Carolyn Anita lKeIIyi . Entered from Colman I93l. Future, business college. Bank Cashier I , 21 Stamp Cash- ier 3, French Club 3, 4, Girls' Club Honor Soc. 3, 4. "Has anybody here seen Kelly?" Boyd, John Edwin lJohnniei. Entered from Bryn Mawr l93O. Future, business college. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 3, "A 'Boyd' in a gilded cage." Brackett, Georgie Lucille. Entered from Whitworth I93O. Future, U. of W. French Club 2, 31 Sec. and Treas. 3, Thrift Club I, Sr. Sister 3, Girls' Club Roll Rep I, 3, Corresponding Sec. Girls' Club 4, Stamp Officer 3, Floral Comm. 3, Ticket Comm, 2, 3, Honor Soc, 2, 3, 4, Make- up Comm. I, Student Grade Adviser 3: Social Service Comm. I 5 Ski Club 4. "Efficiency with a charming smile." Brown, Dorothy. "Sunny within and without." Brown, Josephine Rachael lJol. Entered from Columbia l93O. Future, secretary. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Ger- man Club 4, Girls' Club Roll Rep, I, 2, 3, 4, Vocational Comm, 3, 4. "Always cheery." Twenty-three Q we 34? ' fi 'E 'Z SENIOR BR ft if ia I OSENIO . . 'W . -t ri 3 ii 7 ' ., if RS www' , - M K? I n l fa, K.. Q was ka .-.. 1 W- fr . 9- d 9 -V1 -',-:'.1., 2 ....: 4 A Q41 , e z. 4 . ,f 1 WK f V' gc f i A 3, N J I ,fm 0 I f 1"' 'F Bruun, Finn. Entered from Emerson I93O. Future, U. ot W, Second Team Football 43 German Club Vice-Pres. 4, Usher and Doormen Comm. 3, 43 I-li-Y 43 Intramural Basketball 33 Intramural Baseball 33 Intramural Track 3. "Greater men than I have lived, but I doubt it." Buchanan, Alice Richings. Entered from Whitworth I93O. Commercial Club I 3 French Club I, 23 Girls' Club Rep. 33 Thrift Club 2, 33 Hockey 23 Sr. Sisters 4, "Good nature is worth more than knowledge." Buck, George lG. B.l Entered from John Muir I93O. Fu- ture, U ot W. Radio Club I, 23 Debate Club 2, 3 43 Pres, Debate Club 43 First Team Debate 2, 3, 43 Soph. Debate 23 Stamp Club I 3 Track Mgr. 33 Football Mgr, 33 Service Club I 3 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Roll Room Debate 2, 33 Doorman Comm. 3, "He debates and he manages- look out, girls," Buckingham Mary. Entered from Columbia l93O, Future, college. Wardrobe Comm, I3 Nutrition Comm. 33 Girls' Club Rep. I, 43 Filing Comm. 3, 43 Sr. Roll Rep, 43 Franklin Camp Fire Girls' Rep. 43 Bulletin Board Girls' Club 43 Banking Cashier I. "Doesn't talk much, but when she does . , . I" Burgan, Ed. "What a pity it is that we can die but once to save our country." Carlson, Anita Bernice lBernyl. Entered from Beacon Hill I930. Thrift Club I3 "Chocolate Soldier" I3 "Gei- sha" 23 Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3 43 Midwinter Concert I, 2, 3, 43 "Sweethearts" 43 Stamp Rep, 3, 4. "With her music she does charm," Catton, Tina. Entered from Willard Jr, High, Berkeley, Calif. Future, nurse. Spanish Club I, 23 Scholarship Comm. 23 Chr. 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 33 Latin Tutor 3, 4. "I am always chasing rainbows." Champlin, Louis. Entered from Columbia I93O. Future, mail pilot. Intramural Basketball 23 Tumbling Team I, 2, 3, 43 Radio Club I3 Doorman Comm. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 23 Intramural Track 33 Intramural Sports 3. "Blessings on thee, little man." Chase, Lorrayne. "So full ot tact and grace." Chichetti, Louis lDukel. Entered from Beacon Hill I93O. Future, business college, Vodvil I, 23 Sr. Choir 3, 43 Glee Club I3 Midwinter Concert 3, 43 Golf 33 Commer- cial Club 33 Minstrel Show 2, 3. "The man of jazz." Chinn, Ming. "He's above the common herd-he isn't always watching the clock." Christensen, Lucille lChisl. Entered from Tahoma High I933, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. "There is no time like the present." Clark, Marjorie lMargel. Entered from Beacon Hill I93O. Future, stenographer, Sextette 23 Nonette 3, 43 Octette 23 Vodvil 33 Midwinter Concert 2, 33 "Gondo- Iiers" 33 "Sweethearts" 4. "A modest maid of rare beauty." Coccione, Mary lPunkyl. Entered from Beacon Hill I'-930. Future, stenographer. Make-up Comm. I, 2: Im- provement Comm. 2, 33 Commercial Club 43 Thrift Club 43 Soccer Team I. "The world is the way you take it." Q Twenty-four Coccione, Rose iRoel. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Future, stenographerg Make-up Comm. l, 23 Improve- ment Comm. 2, 33 Stamp Officer 33 Thrift Club 33 Sr. Roll Rep. 3, 43 Lost and Found 2. "A good disposition helps life along." Colacarro, Florence Ann lSpeedl. Entered from Mt. Vir- gin 193O, Athletics 1, 23 Glee 1, 2, 33 Minute Girl 3. "As merry as a day in June." Colasurdo, Mary F. Entered from Mt. Virgin 1930. Fu- ture, stenographer, Minute Girl 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 4. "Oh, this learning, what a trial it is." Colcock, Audrey Marianne lAubsl. Entered from John Muir 1931, Future, U. of W. Make-up Comm. 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Stage Force 23 Quaker Cozy Comm. 43 Thrift Club 1. "Would you like to eat eggs while blind- folded?" Collier, Marian Emily. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Soccer 13 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball Z, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2: Chr. Honor Girl Comm. 3: Quaker Maids' Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 3, 43 Social Service Comm. 23 Usher and Doorman Comm. 3, 4. "Always something to tell you," Collins, Eugene. Entered from Colman 1930. "lt's pleas- ant sure to see one's name in print." Collins, Marie Elizabeth. Entered from Colman 1930. Future, office work. Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Sis- ter 33 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 33 Honor Roll lGirls' Clubl 3, 4. "The only way to make a friend is to be one." Constantine, John. "The man is made of solid stuff." Conway, Lester George. Entered from Hoover, Detroit, Mich., 1930. Future, U. of W. Opera Carmen 23 Foot- ball Mgr. 33 Debate 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Tusitala Cub 2. . . and another redskin bit the dust." Cook, Frank Creighton. Entered from Grant High School, Portland, 1932. Future, U, of W. Christmas Play 23 Stage Force 2, 33 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 3, 4. "We don't want him any longer3 he is long enough al- ready." Cordell, Sam. "A small but mighty man." Corey, Al. R. Entered from Brighton 1931. Future, power engineer. Thrift Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "Watch, work, and win," Corkery, Jack Robert. Entered from Weatherwax High School, Aberdeen, 1931. Future, U. of W. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Anglers' Club 2, 33 Stamp Club 4. "Small strokes fell great oaks." Cossalter, Olympia. Entered from Colman 1930. Volley- ball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Comm. Club 3, 43 Tumbling Club 43 Debate Club 4: Hockey 4. "Her tongue doth travel back and forth in nimble wit." Twenty-five Q SE NIORS g. .,'i F Wi 1' .ff ..',., 1.,-,Q ,yg ff " . 5 Z3 A L In ". 754 A ? Y' if , ,,,,,,.... ,C A 1 nh. .4 as g -9 i'il' . . 3 F Q ,... 4- Q f -Z. cg., -we f nl if '. Q1 ..f' -I ENIORS LJ - if i 9, ' -5 6 42' QW ., ,::?, as W 'Y I W! -479' A mm . W' 'i ts 4.- '-'V" . S is . W Q ff I A .A A rf ' , f , -V D f, , , A f-f I ' 3 W A ' Coughlin, Catherine Geraldine lKafyl. Entered from John Muir l93O. Future, business college. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Rep. 3, Vodvil 23 Girls' Club His- torian 43 Commercial Club 33 Thrift Club l. "Say it with A's." Cox, Marie Rogers lShrimpl. Entered from Whitworth l93l, Friendship Comm. 33 Midwinter Concert 23 French Club l, 2, 3, 4. "I am not so small, it's just that you are so darn big," Coyle, Jack Leo lCoylel. Entered from Valley Junior Hlgh, North Dakota, l93l. Future, U. of W. French Club I, 23 Service Club 23 Basketball l, 2, 33 Football 3, Spanish Club 2, 33 Track 4. "A self-made man? Yeah, and worships his creator." Craig, Roy. Entered from Jason Lee l932. Future, Curtis- Wright Aviation School. Boys' Club 4, Boys' Gym 43 Vodvil 43 Sr. Play 43 Midwinter Concert 43 Pep Band 2, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Hi-Y Club 4, Opera 43 Green Book Staff 33 Tolo 3, 4. "Do not despair of the student if he has one clear idea." Crothers, Eldon James lAIl. Entered from Brighton l93O. Baseball l, 2, 31 Football l 3 Hi-Y 3, 43 Boys' Club Pres., Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. "From my drowst ease l borrow health." Cullen, Grace Carolyn lGl. Entered from Emerson l93l. Future, U. of W. Midwinter Concert l3 French Club l, 2, 3, Friendship Comm. 2, 33 Charm Comm. 2, 33 Quaker Cozy 3, 43 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 2, 3, 43 Di- rector of "Finger ot God" 23 Sr, Play 43 Mothers and Daughters Banquet Play 4. "The play's the thing." Curd, John Townley lCurdl. Entered from john Muir l93O. Future, U. of W .French Club 2,43 Service Club 23 Opera 43 Ski Club 43 Radio Club l. "Say, who do you think you are, Curd?" Curtis, Charles. "When ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise." Dalby, Gwenwyn lGwenl. Entered from Union School l932. Future, U. of W. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Choir 23 Sr. Choir 3, 43 Sr. Carmen Choir 33 Sr. Sweethearts Choir 43 Son-Daughter Club 4, "Just a minute, girls." Danielson, Ann. "Ann came, they saw, she conquered." Darling, Gretchen Scott lbarlingl. Entered from Dun- lap l93O. Future, Whitman College. Sr. Class Pres. 43 Weekly Special Writer 43 Weekly Associated News Ed. 33 Weekly Reporter 33 lvlake-up Comm. l, 23 Make-up Mistress 33 K. D. Club 43 Pub. Mgr. Vodvil 33 French Club 3, 43 Cultural Arts Bulletin Comm. lg Chr, Favor Comm. 33 Girls' Club Roll Rep. lg Stamp Plan Rep. 3, Thrift Club 2, 43 Bulletin Board Dec. 2. "A bit of Garbo plus a speck of Hopkins equals a 'Darling' " DeBoer, John Raymond lReborei. Entered from Bright- on l93O. Football 43 Vodvil l, 23 Sr. Play l, 2, 3, Mid- winter Concert l, 2, 33 Operetta l, 2, 3. "He is a De- Boer, need more be said?" DeGrandpere, Eugenie Frances lGeniel. Entered from Madrona l93O. Future, U. of W, French Club l. 2, 3, 43 Athletics l, 23 Make-up Comm. l3 Treas. of French Club 23 Favors Comm, 3, Entertainment Comm. 33 Chr. Class Decoration Comm. 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Class Vice-Pres. 33 Asst. Chr, Student Grade Advisers 33 Chr. Student Grade Advisers 43 Sr. Roll Rep. 43 Tusitala Club 4. "The essence of a perfect lady." Deitch, Olive lDeitchl. Entered from Hawthorne l93O. Future, U. of W. Make-up Comm. l, 2, 3. 43 French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Operetta "The Gondoliers" 33 Midwinter Con- cert 43 Music Comm, 4. "Pep's the spice of life." Q Twenty-six Dening, Christina Alin 4Chrisl. Entered from Dunlap l93l. Future, dramatic school. French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Make-up Comm. 2, 3, 43 Roll Rep. 2, 33 Party Ticket Comm. 23 Poster Comm. 43 Art Club Z3 Girls' Dramatic Group 23 Commercial Club 33 Class Rep. 23 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 2, 3, 43 Vodvil 33 Honor Soc. 3, 43 Mgr. Experimental One-Act Play Co. 4. "Her voice was ever soft and low." Desics, Amy. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Hockey l, 2, 33 Basketball 3, 43 Volley- ball l, 2, 33 Baseball l, 2, 33 Track l, 2, 33 Honor Soc. 23 Princeton and Yale 3, 43 Quaker Maid Treas. 4. "She shines in athletics." Dibb, June E. Entered from Whitworth l93O. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Quaker Maid 2, 3, 43 Hockey l,23 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball l, 2, 33 Princeton and Yale l, 2, 3, 43 Track I, 2, 33 Sec. Quaker Maids 4. "Liked by every- body." Dickerson, Robert lBobJ. Entered from John Muir l93l. Anglers' Club 3. "We know only the best of him." DiDonato, Edith Stella iFluffyl. Entered from Beacon Hill l93l. Future, stenographer. improvement Comm. l3 Commercial Club l, Z, 3, 43 Roll Rep. 2, 33 Banking Cashier l, 23 Social Service Club l, 23 Chr. Improvement Comm. 33 Sec. improvement Comm. 43 "Carmen" 43 "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" 43 "Sweethearts" 43 Glee Club l, 2. "She works steadily, silently, with great pa- tience." Dlesso, Theresa lTessaJ. Entered from Mt. Virgin l93O. Girls' Club l, 2, 33 improvement Comm. 4. " 'Tis well to be sweet, merry and wise" Dlvarsh, Eleanor. "Smiles win." Divyak, Daniel Henry 4D'vvyJ. Entered from Hawthorne l93O, Future, U. of W. "Carmen" 23 Service Club 3, 43 Commercial Club l, 2, 33 Commercial Club Treas 2, 33 Boys' Club Ticket Comm. 3, 43 Usher and Doormen Comm. 2, 3, 43 Sr. Play 43 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3. "l leave my reputation behind me." Dodge, Audrey Dorothy lAubsl. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, Stenography. Librarian l,2, 3, 4: Sec.- Treas. Debate Club 23 Tusitala Club l, 43 Make-up Comm. 23 Student Grade Ad. Comm. 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Midwinter Concert 2, 33 "Gondoliers" 33 Glee Club 23 Commencement Ush- er 33 Quaker Maid 43 "F" Girl 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 33 Track 23 H'kes l, 23 Soccer l 3 Party Program Comm. 4: Assembly Reports 4. 'tThe world is the way you take it." Donaldson, Ellen Anne lEIIyl. Entered from Columbia l93O. Improvement Club l, 23 Sr. Choir l, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Comm. 3, 43 Midwinter Concert 2. 3, 43 Opera 43 Cooper Scholarship Winner 33 Refreshment Comm. 33 Sr, Sister 3, 43 Roll Rep 23 Rest Room Comm. 2, 3. "A quiet worker always on the job." Donaldson, Ethel Alma iEtsl. Entered from Columbia l93O. Improvement Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Soccer l3 "Carmen" 23 Midwinter Concert 3, 43 "Gondoliers" 33 Honor Soc. 3, 43 Floral Comm. 2, 33 Sr. Sister 3, 43 Friendship Comm. 3, 43 Tolo Reporter 33 Tolo Associate News Editor 43 Tolo Special Writer 43 "Sweethearts" 43 Roll Rep. 3. 43 Mixed Octette l, 2,3 Sr Choir l, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Decorative Comm. 33 Vocational Conference Hostess 33 Teachers' Tea Hostess 4. "Oh! To have half of that girl's good nature." Douglas, Mary Jane Uanel. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. Future. U. of W. Commercial Club 43 French Club 3. "She has the most winning manner," Downes, Frances Norma lFranl, Entered from John Muir 1930. Roll Rep, l3 Soccer I3 Hockey l, 23 Bas- ketball l. 2, 33 Quaker Maids 2. 3. 43 Party Tickets Comm.: Sr. Sister: Baseball l, 23 French Club l, 23 Girls' Club Honor Roll. "Just one of the speaker sex." Eggerman, Robert Lyle iBoh.l Entered from Culver Mili- tary Academy 1933. Future, U. of W. Hi-Y Club 43 K. D. Club 4. "Oh! that Southern drawlf' Twenty-seven Q SENIORSQ 5 - sl f ' ' I g ....... ---' I if ff,- e ,ni 'ii .,.. - 'Si . ig, '2 1 E: . ll in af' ' '11 L' ' f X. gh-E ENIORS 4 3, ..... 4 3' 3 12 ',2A :-1 3 A",. ,.,.. ' 'T .,:5:.gE'5i1:i'5 ":-.f"' :i M -wlnu If ,' A .,.b:.'. ag, .. ,A . H V :-- ,X ti V . . ,.,:.,: . :., wif' 'A 42 I Eckendahl, Ruth iBabeJ. Entered from Elma, Wash. "She has a most winning manner," Elliott, Isabella M. 1BellaJ. Entered from Brighton 1930. Program Chr. Stamp Club 4. "Laugh and the world laughs with youfweep and your eyes get red." Ellez, Helen. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Future, of- fice work. Commercial Club 1,2, 3,43 Decorative Comm. 23 Thrift Club Cashier 3, 43 Lost and Found Comm. 1, 2, 3, 43 Typing Comm. 2, 33 improvement Club 3, 43 Social Service Comm. 3, 43 "This Modern Generation" 43 Mimeographing Comm. for Mother and Daughter Ban- quet 3, 43 Girls' Club Honor Soc. "Helen has that rare art of being herself." Eng, Mary. Entered from Central 1930, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Natural Dancing Club 2, 3, 43 Hockey 3, 43 Bas- ketball 43 Midwinter Concert 43 "Peter Pan" 4. "Here's a spice of Eastern romance." Ferrari, George. "One of a long line." Filmovich, George. "And a girl pined for him inces- santly." Fisher, George Rogers. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, college. Spanish Club 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Chr. Ticket Comm. 43 Service Club 43 Hi-Y 4. "Ask him about farmers." Fitzpatrick, Patricia Agnes iPatJ. Entered from St. Mary's 1933. Future, college. Lost and Found 33 Chr. of Lost and Found 43 Ushers' Comm. 3, 43 Commence- ment Usher 33 Midwinter Concert 4. "Better not call me Scotch." Flynn, Margaret Kathleen tPeggyJ . Entered from Bright- on 193O, Future, office work. Soccer 13 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Hikes 1, 2, 3, 43 Quaker Maids 3, 43 Ushers' Comm. for Commencement 33 Usher Comm, 3, 43 Natural Dancing Club 2, 3, 43 Mothers and Daughters Banquet 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Choir 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Ping Pong 33 Golf 33 Tennis 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "Small, but more darn pep." Fogelquist, Alice iAlJ. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Future, business college. Commercial Club 3, 43 Jr. Roll Rep. 33 Social Welfare 33 Tumbling Club 33 Pres. Tum- bling Club 33 Pres. Tumbling Club 4. "Laughing gas." Follett, Jack L. iRedl, Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Future, a position. Glee Club 3, 43 Radio Club 2, "Call him taxi--Red Top." Fox, Phillip Russell lWolfJ. Entered from Green Lake 1931, Future, U. of W. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 13 Golf 2. "A basketball whiz." Fox, Rankin iDudel. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, W. S. C. Vice-Pres, Sr. Class 43 Spanish Club 43 Roll Rep. 43 Vice-Pres. Soph. Class 3. "A sophisticated snuggle bug." Francis, Marguerite J. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Commercial Club 3, 43 Vocational Comm. 4, "For she is a jolly good fellow." Q Twenty-eight Franz, Alice Mae lAll. Entered from Brighton 1930, Future, office work, Commercial Club 3, Clogging Club 3: Cultural Arts Comm. 3, 4, "F" Club 43 Basketball 3g Volleyball 2, Hockey 4. "A style distinctly her own." Fujino, Haruo lkasslerl. Entered from Central 1930. Future, P. G. at Broadway. "Freedom is the great cause of war." Galondo, Mike lMickeyl. Entered from Seattle College High 1931. Future, U, of W. Service Club 21 Baseball 1, 2, 3, "Well, l'm through at last." Gamble, Howard lHowiel. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U, of W. Football 13 Track 1, 23 Stamp Plan Comm. 2, 3, 4, Mgr. Comm, 3, 43 Boys' Club Treas. 43 Hi-Y 4, Honor Soc. 2, 3, Ticket Comm, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, "Not many men like him are loose upon this earth." Garbarino, Leo. "Life's a joke, let's laugh." Gatt, Rosemary Pauline 1Babel. Entered from Haw- thorne 1931. Future, stage work. Thrift Roll Rep. 1, 2, Stamp Plan Roll Rep. 2, 3, 43 Floral Comm. 1: Roll Rep. 1, 25 Girls' Gym Clerk 21 Tumbling Club 31 Clogging Club 3, 4: Cultural Art Roll Rep. 15 Glee Club 3, 4: Honor Soc. 3, 43 Switchboard Girl 3, 4, Bulletin Board Comm. 3, 4. "I would rather be a little live one than a big dead one." Gay, Shirley 1Auntiel. Entered from Whitworth 1931, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, "Olympic Games Parade" 23 French Club 1, 2,3 ,43 Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Gondoliers" 3, Make-up Comm. 13 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 33 4, "Sweethearts" 43 "And So to College" 33 Baseball 21 Track 2, Sr. Play Orchestra 2, 31 Commencement Or- chestra 3, 43 Singing String Accompanist 25 "Peter Pan" 2. "She has a passion for play acting." Gharviloff, Annette Ivonne lAnytal. Entered from Broadway 1930. Future, art school. Art Club and Sec. of Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2: Folk Dancing Club 2, Golf 2. "Nature I love and next to nature, art." Gillis, Alix Jane 1Lixl, Entered from Snohomish High 19313 Victoria High, Victoria, B. C., 1933. Future, U. of W. Tusitala Club 11 French Club l, 2, 3, 4: Commer- cial Club 33 Associate News Editor Tolo 4. "Sleepy time gal." Glahe, Lucille Anna 1LuscoIl. Entered from Whitworth 1930. Future, U. of W. French Club 2, 33 Librarian 1, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4g Vodvil 3: String Ensemble 3, Music Chr. Girls' Club 3, 41 Grade Adviser 43 Tolo Reporter 4, Collection Mgr. Tolo 3, Roll Rep. 2, 3, 4, Make-up Comm. l. "Have you a news tip?" Glazier, Burton Woodman lBurtl. Entered from Whit- worth 1930. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Cultural Arts Comm. 1, 2, 3, Chr, of Distribution of Cultural Arts 2, 3. "Hold the fort, l'm coming." Gleason, Martin. "Can he tickle the ivories1" Griffith, Delma. "A friendly friend." Griswold, Mildred Merle lMickiel. Entered from Lavina, Mont., 1932. Future, nursing. Bank Cashier 3, 4, Social Service Rep, 3, 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet Comm. 3. "By her giggles you shall know her." Twenty-nine Q SENIORS 314- ., - W ff? ,,. 3 1 , A if TEV.. - hy, "i' Q ' "' W A 'gi it lbl- , ' K Q 'X K 1 . YQ'f"R'gi5 I OSENIO -lql .il K 2 5 ff.'f'Q.Z.: -J A Goodrich, Chester. "Gentle ot speech." Gordon, Jane Fournier Uaniel. Entered from Queen Anne 1933. Future, U. of W. French Club 33 Entertain- ment Comm. Jr. Class 33 Tolo Reporter 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Quaker Cozy Comm. 4. "Pep personified." Gruger, George lGrug1. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Soph Class Pres, 23 Soph. Play 23 Sec- ond Team Football 23 "Flying High" 1 3 Jr. Class Pres. 33 Vodvil 1, 2, 33 Stamp Rep. 43 Ski Club 43 Vice-Pres. French Club 43 Dramatic Club 1, 23 Experimental One- Act Play Co. 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Honor Soc. 3, 43 "Love on a Raft" 43 Sr. Roll Rep. 4. "You can tell a Senior-but you can't tell him much." Gunn, Dorothy lBig Shotl. Entered from Brighton l930. Chr. Poster Comm. 2, 3, 43 Make-up Comm. 1, 2, 33 Midwinter Concert 1, 2, 33 Opera 43 Experimental One- Act Play Co, 3, 43 French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club l3 Benefit Vodvil 1. "There is a bit of bad in every good little girl." Gustafson, Clarence lCIarryl. Entered from Auburn 1932. Future, U. of W. Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Inter-class Basketball 33 Second Team Basketball 33 Sr. A Cappella Choir 33 "Gondoliers" 33 Tolo Reporter 43 Debate Club 43 Jr. Roll Rep. 3. "You simply can't keep a good man down." Gustafson, Raymond lGusl. Entered from Whitworth 1930. Future, work. "The world knows nothing of its greatest man." Hadley, Eleanor Martha lPunkyl. Entered from Brighton 1930. Future, Mills College. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 North- west Hi Orchestra 23 French Club 3, 43 Chr. Girls' Club Program Comm. 43 Cultural Arts Reporter 3, 43 Thrift Club 1, 2, 33 Sr. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. "Happy is the girl who finds her work and does it." Hagerstrom, Irene Esther. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Future, U. of W. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Chr. Ability Comm, 33 Chr, Health Comm. 43 Entertainment Comm. 43 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. 43 Reporter Tolo Weekly 33 Associate Sports Editor Tolo Weekly 43 Operetta 3, 43 Midwinter Concert 2, 43 Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 1, 23 Student Grade Adviser 43 Sr. Sister 43 Sr. Choir 3, 43 Librarian 13 Mother and Daugh- ter Banquet 3. "First in any sport." Hallberg, Elizabeth lDuddl. Entered from Hawthorne 1930, Future, librarian. Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr, Choir 43 Glee Club l, 2, 33 Midwin- ter Concert l. "Mild but satisfying." Hansen, Tod. "l don't care3 l've had a pretty good time." Harshfield, Wilburn lHorsy1. Entered from Brighton 1930. Operetta 23 Angling Club 23 Band l, 2, 3, 4. "He knows what's what 'n where 'n why." Hauser, Jeanne. "A woman without moods is a woman without charms." Hawley, Dorothy. "She entrances when she dances." Hazeltine, Lois Verna lShortieJ. Entered from Aber- deen Jr. High 1931. Future, beauty operator, "I am going to be great when I get bigger." Q Thirty Hermansen, Jane. "She keeps on her own appointed way," Herren, Maxine lMackigl. Entered from Emerson 193O. Future, U. of W. Usher Comm. 33 Sr. Orchestra for Operetta 1, 2, Girls' Club Roll Rep. 23 French Club 2, Sr. Orchestra Midwinter Concert 1, 23 Girls' Club Party Program Comm, 3, 43 Entertainment Comm. 1. "Each morning a smiling face," Holloman, William Thomas lBiIIl. Entered from Whit- worth 1930. Future, U, of W. Midwinter Concert 2, Usher and Doormen Comm. 3, Service Comm. 23 Stamp Plan Comm, 3, Boys' Club Comm. 4, I-li-Y 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, Roll Room Rep. 3. "Be- gone, dull care, thou and I shall never agree." Horder, Morley lAngeIl. Entered from John Muir 1931. Future, U, of W. French Club 1, 2, 3, Boat Club 1, 2, Opera 4: Ski Club 4, Editor Jr. Tolo '33. "Puppy love is the beginning of a dog's life." Hoshide, Akira. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. Ger- man Club 3, 4, Japanese Club 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball l. "Progress is the law of life." Hosking, Richard. "Life is too short to waste in study." Hoyt, Effie Eleanor. Entered from Emerson 1931. Fu- ture, music. Junior Roll Rep. 3, Sr, Roll Rep. 43 Make- up Comm. 13 "And So to College" 3, "Gondoliers" 33 "Sweethearts" 4, Sextette 33 Nonette 3, 4, Jr. Nonette Director 43 Girls' Trio 4, German Club 4, "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" 3, Midwinter Concert 2, Stamp Rep, 4. "Her heart is true as steel," Humphrey, Edna lEddiel. Entered from Emerson 1930. Future, U. ot W. Tag Seller 43 Pres. World Affairs Club 4, Cultural Arts Comm. 2, 3, 4, Co-Chr. Cultural Arts Comm. 3, 4, Student Grade Adviser 45 Honor Soc. 4, Business Mgr. Tolo Weekly 3, Greenbook 3, French Club 2, 3, 43 Lunchroom Comm. 2, Head Administrative Dept. Girls' Club 43 Librarian 4, Girls' Club Roll Rep. 3, 43 Soph. Play 2, Scrapbook Comm. 13 4 o'Clock Tea Comm, 1. "She is gentle, she is shy, but there is mis- chief in her eye." Hunter, Sylvia May lBIondiel. Entered from Columbia 1930. Quaker Maids 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Service Comm. 1, 2, Basketball 1 5 Soccer lg Base- ball 13 Track 1, Volleyball 1, 23 Rest Room Comm. 3, 4. "1 am quiet, but I like my fun." Hundley, Glendora Maxine lGIenl. Entered from Bright- on 1930. Future, secretary. "Honor lies in honest toil." Jackson, Alyce. "I find ioy in living and laughing." Jackson, Lindsey. "l hurry not, l worry not." ' Jacobsen, Sylvia. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. Future, U. of W, Minute Girls' Chr. 1, 23 Honor Soc. 2, 4, Usher 3, 4, Wardrobe Comm. 3: Jr. Vice-Pres. 3, Sr. Sister 3, Student Grade Adviser 4. "She has a most winning manner." Jann, Frank Ernest. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. Fu- ture, U, of W, Radio Club 3, Service Club 3, Ski Club 4. "Hard work is bound to bring success." Thirty-one Q gr' 1 'si it SENIOR D 5 1 xl I ! an , swf .5,.. . P gasses' it N' A gg! - sa? an . V ma 1' i . Af -an is., QQ,-.y . : 1? 79 a 1 K ,k,6 j. K. gg. ry . 1 to . '-'- ' F 1592 ENI ORS so 1 .X f..,.:i.. .,,. . V 3 i .4, 3.5. it f it Wi S ,gt ts' i :., ' ,, , gag S, as f 1 Ex my I 3 sv Y ' 3, 3 . , A , ,J F .,,. "" 3 --1- ,f""',,.:,,' 3 3 :.k. it x 3 uulgl X A . , X it - t K .'-' - ,zggf A a la- 'X 4 , A ..,. I Jensen, Carman Marie. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, business college. Alumni Comm. 2, 33 Commer- cial Club 23 Welfare Program 23 Sr. Stunt 33 Volleyball l. "An even mixture of good humor." Jensen, Margaret Ann tPeggyl. Entered from Colman l93O. Future, normal. Girls' Athletics l3 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Thrift Club 2, 3, 43 Social Service Comm. 33 Historian Comm 3, 4, "An honor to the honor roll." Jensen, Virginia Winifred. Entered from Brighton l93O. "Geisha" l3 Midwinter Concert 23 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Chr. Social Service Comm. 2, 3, 43 Nutrition Comm. 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Sr. Pin Comm. 43 Social Service Roll Rep. 33 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 33 Soph. Class Play 2. "Give her the road and she will find the Ways, Johnson, Raymond tkayl. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. "Hu-Ray for the Johnsons!" Johnsen, Isaac llkel. Entered from Central l93O. Fu- ture, casket manufacturer. Sr. Play 3. "Matinee idol." Johnson, Betty. Entered from Columbia l93O. Future, W. S. C. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 French Club 33 Quaker Maid Pres. 43 Sec. Honor Soc. 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Chr. Athletics 43 Hockey 3, 43 Base- ball l, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 43 Hike Mgr. 4. "One of Franklin's healthiest." Johnson, George Walt. Entered from Emerson l93O. Fu- ture, college. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Roll Rep. l, 23 Green Book Comm. 33 Usher and Doormen 43 Asst. Business Mgr. Sr. Play 43 Thrift Club l 3 Stamp Plan Comm, 3, 43 Dance Club 3, 43 Stamp Officer 2, 3. "None but him- self can be his parallel." Johnson, Howard lHowiel. Entered from Dunlap l93O. Future, U. of W, Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 "Carmen" l. "Oh! why should life all labor be?" Johnston, Marguerite Katrine tMugsl. Entered from Bryn Mawr 1930, Future, college. Associate News Edi- tor Tolo 3 3 News Editor Tolo 43 Basketball Mgr. 3, 43 Bas- ketball 2, 43 Volleyball 33 Baseball 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Princeton-Yale Team l, 43 Hiking Club l, 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc, 2, 3, 43 Badminton Club 43 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Ping Pong Club 43 Banking Cashier 3, 43 Sr. Sister Comm. 3, 43 Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4, "l seek not work-work seeks me." Johnston, Mary Rebecca. Entered from John Muir l'93O. Future, U. of W. Soccer l3 Dramatic Club l, 23 Thrift Bulletin 23 Class Treas. l, 23 Debate Club l, 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Vodvil 33 Comm. Chr. Party Reports 33 Girls' Club Treas. 43 Reception Comm. 33 "Well, Miss McCarney, you see it was this way," Jolly, Gwendolyn lGwen7. Entered from John Muir l93O. Future, business college. Librarian l, 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Chr, Bulletin Board Comm. l, 2, 33 Chr. Honor Girls' Comm. 3, 43 Sr. Roll Rep, 33 Stamp Plan Roll Officer 43 Asst. Lunchroom Cashier 2, 33 Lunchroom Cashier 3, 4. "One Jolly girl," Jones, Doris Mina. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Fu- ture, college. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. l, 33 Sec.-Treas. Spanish Club 3, 43 Ushers' Comm. l, 23 Tusitala Club l, 23 Scholarship Comm. l, 23 Health Comm. 3, 43 Publicity Comm. 3, 43 Ability Comm. 3, 43 Sr, Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Midwinter Concert l, 2, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club l, 23 Badminton Club 3, 43 Or- chestra for Sr. Play 2, 3. "A sincere friend and a good scholar." Jones, Hasbrouck iHassyl. Entered from John Muir 1930, Future, W. S. C. Fresh. Roll Rep. l3 Stamp Plan Comm. 3, 43 Bank Rep. l, 3, 4. "Disguised as a student." Jorgensen, Trygve lTrygl. Entered from Dunlap l93O, Future, college. Roll Rep. 23 Commencement Orches- tra 23 Commencement Doorman 33 "Fortune Teller" Orchestra 23 Midwinter Concert l, 23 Ushers and Door- men Comm. 3, 43 Lunchroom Comm. 43 Ticket Comm. 43 Intramural Baseball l, 23 intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Intramural Track 2, 3, 43 Track l. "Men of few words are the best men," Q Thirty-two Jung, Juanita lNital. Entered from Columbia l93O. Fu- ture, business college. Social Service Comm. 23 Student Grade Adviser 2, 3, 43 Stamp Plan Rep. 3, 43 P.-T. A, Usher 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3. "Shy, till you know her-but then." Kappler, Jack. "Say, girls, leave me alone!" Kawafune, Mary Ayako. Entered from Rainier l93l. Fu- ture, more studying, Tusitala Club 2, 33 World Affairs Club 3, 43 Girls' Club Tutor for five Students 2, 33 Amerasia Club 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Sr. Sister 3. "Strength and dignity are her clothing," Kemper, Ruth Marie lKempyl. Entered from Bryn Mawr l93O. Future, U. of W. Basketball l 3 Wardrobe Comm. l3 Library Asst. 23 Rest Room 33 Rest Room Chr, 43 Social Service Rep. 43 Girls' Club Asst. 33 Reception Comm. 33 Banking Cashier 2. "I had more darn fun." Kenny, Marion Candas. Entered from Brighton l93O. Future, office work. Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Vol- leyball l, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, Track Hikes l, 2, 3, 43 Pres. Design Class l 3 Cultural Arts Scrap Book l, 2, 33 Soph. Play "Ghost Stories" 23 Midwinter Concert 23 "Clock Shop" 23 "The Fortune Teller" 23 Natural Dancing Club 2, 3, 43 "Farewell Dance" 33 Tumbling 33 "Peter Pan" 33 Princeton-Yale Team 33 "Gondoliers" 33 Quaker Maids 3, 43 "And So to College" 43 Sr. Play Prompter 43 Girls' Club Christmas Party "Home for Christmas" 43 "Carmen" 43 Mother and Daughter Banquet, "Little Women" 43 Roll Rep, 43 Sr, Sister 3. "The last nf the famous Kennysf' Kenyon, Howard. "Napoleon, Washington, and l studied History." Kiene, Neva. Entered from Wieser High, Wieser, Idaho. Future, U. of W, "More of Moseley," Kieswetfer, Kathleen lKathl. Entered from Chehalis Jr. High 1930. Future, office work. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. Commercial Club 43 Usher and Doorman Comm, 3, 43 Commencement Usher 33 Honor Soc. 2, 43 Chr. of Mimeographing Comm, for Mother and Daughter Banquet 4. "Just be yourself and you will be charming." King, Don Price lDequel. entered from Stadium High, Tacoma, l933. Future, U. of W. Football Mgr. 43 Stamp Rep. 4, Ski Club 4. "Why, a King can do anything." Kipper, Kathryn Angela lKipl. Entered from Beacon Hill. Future, Civil Service. Thrift Club l3 French Club 2, 33 German Club 3, 43 Girls' Club Dramatic Group l 3 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Tolo An- nual 33 Tutoring 33 Roll Rep. 4. "She has lived up to the high standard set by the other Kippersf' Kleinoeder, Howard Leonard lKil. Entered from Emer- son l93O. Future, college. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Service Club l, 23 Hi-Y 43 Aviation Club l, 23 Baseball Mgr. l3 Baseball 3, 43 Basketball Mgr. l, 23 Head Mgr. Basket- ball 3, 4: lntramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Sec. Boys' Club 4. "And now, ladies and gentlemen, l will tell you about the great Rainier Beach," Knapp, Carol lKatiel. Entered from Colman l929. Tuistala Club l3 Lost and Found 2. "Gee, l didn't do any homework at all." Kringel, Azalia Florence. Entered from Bellingham l932. Future, Dentist Assistant. Girl Reserve3 Glee Club, "Life is just a little bit of everything." Kyle, Jack Galbraith lScollyl. Future, interior deco- rator. Glee Club 33 Sr. Choir 43 "Sweethearts" 4, "Men may come and men may go, but I chatter on forever." Thirty-three Q SENIORSO l ' - 1- F Lf . 1 't Q ,iz L ' afrfgfiy , 5 T ' lf .5 , T In v 'Z ? a ""..,, - . --r, , . - mi J ft :VIR f ' E' QSENIO La Grande, Lois Louella lLol. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Future, U. of W. French Club 13 Sr. Stunt 43 Dra- matic Club 1, 23 Tusitala Club l, 23 Welfare Entertain- ment 23 Commercial Club 23 Ping Pong 4. "Here I am with the Seniors again." Lake, Doris Ellen lDotJ. Entered from New York 1933, Pres. of German Club 3, 4. "lf she has a fault, we do not know it." Lambrecht, James Uiml. Entered from Brighton 1930. Future, U. of W. Basketball 1, 23 Service Club l, 2, 3, 43 French Club 23 Thrift Comm. 2, 33 Track 3, 43 Radio Club 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 3, 43 Ticket Comm. 3, 43 Honor Society 43 Cultural Arts Comm. 2, 3 "Hurrah! Hurrayl l'm thru." Langdon, Kathryn lKayl. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Class Vice-Pres. 23 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 1, 2, 3, 43 Social Service Roll Rep. 43 Athletics 1, 23 Tolo Clipping Chr. 43 Senior Sister 43 Student Grade Adviser 3, 43 Party Report Comm. 2, 33 Sr. Play Property Mistress 43 Entertainment Comm. 33 Exten- sion Comm. 13 Make-up Comm. 43 Chr. Decorative Comm, 3. "Help! l'm falling in love." Lasalle, Vincent lBuster Vincel. Entered from Mount Virgin 1930. Future, singer. Football 1, 33 Operetta 2, 33 Basketball 13 Baseball 33 Midwinter Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. "What a voice!" Lavender, Florence. Entered from Columbia 1930, Fu- ture, U, of W. "Geisha" 13 Midwinter Concert 1, 23 "Fortune Teller" 23 Mother and Daughter Banquet 1, 3, 43 Natural Dancing Club 3, 43 Tumbling Club 43 Vodvil 23 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2. "A quiet girl with an ever-ready smile." Lee, Virginia Uennyl. Entered from Emerson 1930. Future, U, of W. Minute Girl 1, 23 Cultural Arts Comm. 2, 3, 43 Co-Chr. 3, 43 Business Mgr. Tolo Weekly 3, 43 Delegate to Journalism Conference of U, of W. 43 Span- ish Club 2, 3, 43 Sergeant at Arms of Soph. Class 23 Sec. of Class 23 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Chr. of P.-T. A. Assembly 33 Stamp Rep. 3, 43 World Affairs Club 4. "Pep, pep, and more pep." Leigh, Edward lEdI. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Radio Club 1, 2, 33 Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres. 2, 33 City Debate 2, 3, 43 Roll Room Debate 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, "To argue is his great delight3 whether wrong or whether right." Lewis, Billie Ann tBiIII. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Future, U. of W. Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Sr. Editor Tolo Annual 43 Girls' Club Dept. Head 43 Grade School Ad- viser 3, 43 Standard Comm. 33 Rest Room Comm. 2, 33 Make-up Comm. 2, 33 "Love on a Raft" 43 Senior Play 43 Social Service Comm. 2, 3. "I feel so darn peppyf' Logan, Robert tBobl. Entered from Brighton 1930. Future, dentistry, Service Club Vice-Pres. 3, 43 Com- mercial Club 1, 23 Ski Club 43 Social Service Comm. 23 Boys' Club Roll Rep. 1. "He's the berries." Lohrnaa, Alfred. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. "A nice smi e." Lohmaa, Thelma. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930, "A real blonde," Louie, Fannie. "The best things come in small pack- ages." Lurie, Melvin iShadowJ. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. French Club 3, 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Inter-Class Track 33 Soph Roll Rep. 23 Tennis 4. "Some fun-eh, kid?" Q Thirty-four Lyons, Roland. "Hit me on the head, and if I don't come to, l'm dead." Macready, Louis. "Watch my dust-if you can." Mahoney, Margaret. "lt's natural for some to be good." Mangrum, Janet Louise tBabel. Entered from Columbia 1930. Basketball 1, 2, Golf 1: Baseball 1, "Gondoliers" 3, "Carmen" 4: Sr. Choir 3, 4, Filing Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocational Comm, 3, 4, "Sweethearts" 4, Volleyball lg Glee Club 2. "Special friendships for everyone." Marsh, Norman iConeyl. Entered from John Muir, 1930. Future, U. of W, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 41 Track 1, 2, 33 Pres. Hi-Y 45 Dramatic Club 1, 2. "How can one boy have so much personality?" Marshall, Harriet. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Makevup Comm. 1, 23 Sr. Treas. 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 1, Social Service Rep. 1, 23 Entertainment Comm. Girls' Club 1, Cultural Arts Rep. 4, Junior Class Rep. 23 Sr. Roll Rep. 4, Stamp Plan Rep. 33 Baseball 2, Tennis 1, 2. "Don't touch herg she's a live wire." Martin, Berenice lBernie1. Entered from Hawthorne 1931. Future, business college. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey, 2, Volleyball 33 Baseball 2, 3, Princeton Yale 2, 31 Sophomore play 23 Vodvil 33 Quaker Maid 3, 4, Girls' Club Roll Rep. 2, "Well, if my team didn't win, it should have." Martin, James Peter iJiml. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. lntersports 1, 2, 3, French Club 3. "All great men are misunderstood." Martenkus, Edward. "The original school-boy com- plexionf' Ma:enga, Bob 1 Harpol. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. Future, U. of W. Basketball 3, 43 Honor Society 2, Thrift Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, 21 Pres. of the City Slickers 4, French Club 2, 3. "I don't dare be as funny as l can." Masuda, Sadahito James lSadl. Entered from Washing- ton 193O. Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4. "By merit he made his way." Mathews, June. "Her thoughts are her champions." Matsusaka, Kimi Mary Jane iBrownie1. Entered from Washington 1931, Future, Girls' School in Japan. Honor Society 2, 3, 41 Health Comm. 1, Cultural Arts Comm. 1, 2, 33 Sec. of Amerasia Club 43 Tolo Reporter 3, French Club 3, 4, Librarian 43 Roll Banker 1, 2, 3, Clogging Club 33 Track 13 Vodvil Assembly 23 Student Grade Adviser 1, 2, Amerasia Club Publicity Chr. 3. "We bet Japan will be glad to get you back." Mattuli, Eugene. "Practicality is the sauce of life." Thirty-tive Q SE 5 . .. . ' Z ,... W ,E PM - 0 . , 1'-.' at J f ..,... , V li i it Q ,, . . Fx ' f ...M al X I Us if 'Sli I 3 r it , 41' ' nv ,- fx. NIORS do - fain '12-:fai l ' ' 1 . N., -f NZQZW . ri-' i 1 f 1 '-I Us OSENIO , ,,.. McAllister, Margaret iMargel. Entered l928, re-entered 1932. Future, beautician. Senior Sister 3, 43 Honor So- ciety 2. "-and then Margaret came back to school." McCoskrie, Donald Alexander iMacl. Entered from John Muir. Future, U. of W. Boat Club l, 23 Service Club l, 2, 33 French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Lunch Room 23 Commercial Club 2, 35 Bank Cashier 33 Tolo Rep. l, 2. "The old sea-salt." McDonald, Violet Lois iMacl. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Charity Vodvil i3 P.-T. A. Usher 43 Social Service Rep. 4. "Violet, we know, is full of fun, and from a boy she'd never run." McGuire, Elinor Patricia lMickeyl. Entered from John Muir i93l. Future, U. of O. Wardrobe Comm. l, 23 French Club l, 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Senior Sister 43 Social Service Chr. 3, 43 Entertainment Comm. 33 Make-up Comm. 2. "So Mickey took advice and went 'West'." Mclntyre, Loren Alexander iMacl. Future, the sea, then college, tnen marriage. Vice-Pres. of Boys' Club 43 Hi-Y 43 Track 3, 43 "Queen's Husband" 43 Service Club l, 2, 33 Tolo Weekly Special Writer 43 Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 43 Roll Room Debate l5 Anglers' Club 2, 33 Airplane Club 33 Tolo Weekly Reporter 2, 3, 45 "Gondoliers" 3. "ln the lap of the Fates." Mclver, Emmett. "When I have something to say, I say it." McKeen, Malcolm Lionel lMacFadl. Entered from Leschi l93O. Future, engineer. "Carmen"3 Boys' Chorus l. "Gee, nobody will take me seriouslyf' McCreery, Mavis Jeanne iLyl. Entered from John Muir l93l. Future, U. of W, Girls' Club 2, 33 Senior Sister 33 Social Service 35 Standards Comm. 33 Daughters and Sons of Franklinites 3, 4, "Angel-eyes." Michel, Dorothy. "Her good nature never relaxes." Migliore, Lena. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O, Future, work. Commercial Club3 Office l, 2, 3, 45 Library Door- man 33 Switchboard Operator l,2, 3, 4. "The office will be lost without you," Mihara, Minoru iMinl. Entered from Middle School in Japan. Future, business man. Honor Society 2, 3, 4. "Japan's loss was our gain," Miller, Richard C. fDicki. Entered from Garden Grove High, Long Beach, Cal., l933. Future, bachelor. Long Beach Radio Club 2, 33 Avio Club i3 Long Beach Jr, 33 Las Cennitas Riding Academy 3, 45 Franklin World Af- fairs Club 4. "To live is all I have to do." Miller, Roberta Jeannette lBertal. Entered from Dun- lap 1930. Future, U. of W. French Club l, 2, 3, 45 Natural Dancing Club l, 2, 3,43 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Midwinter Concert 2, 43 "Geisha" i3 "Fortune Teller" 23 "Sweethearts" 43 "Nannette" 43 German Club 43 Student Advisers' Comm. 45 Chr. Assembly Program Comm. 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 2, 33 Social Service Roll Rep, 2, 3: "Queen's Husband" 43 Music Chr, Mother- Daughter Banquet 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Quartette Ac- companist 43 Usher and Doorman Comm. 2. "There is music in her fingers and rhythm in her toes." Milovich, Helen iBeansl. Entered from Colman l93l. Future, business college. Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Mid- winter Concert l3 Basketball l, 2, 33 Volleyball l, 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 33 Track l, 2, 33 Hockey 2, 33 Ten- nis 23 Sr. Roll Rep. 43 Sr. Sister 3, 43 Typing Comm. 3, 43 F, Club 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Rep. 33 Sr. Choir 43 Glee Club 23 Hiking l, 2, 33 Soccer l: Girls' Club Honor Society 2, 3, 4, "Helen has time for both athletics and lessons." Q Thirty-six Minami, Henry Masauki lBananasl. Entered from Bea- con Hill l93O. Future, W. S. C. Thrift Club l, 23 Base- ball lvlgr. 33 Fresh. Football Mgr. 4. "Do they call you 'Bananas' because you are the cause of many a fall?" Misenar, Earl. Entered from Brighton l93O. Football l3 Baseball l3 Service Club 33 Lunchroom Comm. 23 Chr. 4: Operetta 2, 33 Midwinter Concert 3, 43 Debate Club 33 Sec. Boys' Sr. Glee Club 3. "How can they resist those eyes?" Moen, Alfred lGoIiathl. Entered from Emerson l93l. Future, Engineering School. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 French Club. 2. "We all appreciate an earnest worker," Moline, Bertha lBertl. Entered from St. Mary's High 1932. Future, work. Debate Club 33 Usher Comm. 3, 43 Commencement Usher 33 Rest Room Comm. 4 "lrish-- need more be said?" Morgan, Catherine May tKatel, Entered from Haw- thorne l93l. Future, Cornish. Commercial Club 3, 43 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 41 Sr. Play 43 "Little Women" 43 Girls' Entertainment Comm. 4, "l'm trying to think." Mori, Joan Hisaye lHisl. Entered from Central l93l. Honor Society 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 43 Japanese Club 3, 4. "Always doing good where good is needed." Mosley, Mary Pearl lMissyl. Entered from Columbia l93O. Future, U. ot W. Valedictorian3 News Editor Tolo Weekly 43 Banking Cashier l3 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Pres. 43 Sec. Spanish Club 33 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 43 Green Book Comm. 2, 33 Vocational Comm, 33 Research Comm. l 3 High School Leaders' Conference 4. "Heaven's above! l'm in love!" Moseley, Richard lDickl. Entered from John Muir l93O. Future, U. ot W. Aviation Club lg French Club 2, 33 Football l. "Nothing's dull when Dick is around." Naff, Vaughn Hamilton. Entered from Cleveland l93l. Future, law. Senior Play 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Librarian 3. "All the world loves a lover-but who loves me?" Nogaki, Yoshiko. "How easy for some to learn." Nakashima, Mary Mitsue. Entered from Hawthorne l93O. Treas, Japanese Club 4. "She'd rather be her own sweet self than a made-up daisy," Nelson, Marie Louise lChubbyl. Entered from Columbia l93O. Glee Club I, 23 lvlidwinter Concert 3, 43 Operetta 3, 4. "She may not be so bashful!" Nelson, Robert tBobl. Entered from John Muir l93l. Future, U. of W. Thrift Club 2, 33 French Club 4. "l'm almost grown up already." Nikaitani, Yasuo tYasl. Entered from Brighton l93O, lntramural Basketball 3, 43 lntramural Baseball l, 3. "To be wise and not know it is wisdom." Thirty-seven Q SENIORSO . r1-, 1 .1 ' If-3 f E .,.. Q P r ' -- Nl yy '-.. 3. V in B Q 3 ... , Af .. Q .:.- l . :Qi . ci 'l"' ..... A -211,5 L I Tig xg .,.. 3 -- 1 G Xt .. L All :lf .3 A if A 2 2 . 4 -13' 2 . fi? NIORS . 3 3 3 "'1 A-Q- . - 3 i g.. B 3 ... 3 f ' J' ' . A -Il. V " V - f I ,. 1 ,,,Q. J -. .1 I ' 1 f:j.,, is , W Z-1. . ig.. . ' 3 4 ' e. I -s.. , 'lp' 4 7.1.-I. 3 ,,:. Z 1 , Q- p .. 'J 3 ' :, , 7-5,415-Z" wwf' lfi ftt' . If - ,.g ,... H , :iz at - sh Nikula, Rudolph lNickyl. Entered from Hawthorne l93O. "Not really light headed." Nishimura, Hiromi iFarmerl. Entered from Central 1930. Future, U. of W. German Club 2, 33 Radio Club 3. " 'Hir-om-i,' where are you?" Nishimura, Yoshito lToml. Entered from Central l93O. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Stamp Club 3, 43 Vice-Pres. 23 Sec, 33 Pres. 43 Anglers' Club 23 Treas. 23 Radio Club 3, 43 Pres. 43 Roll Room Debate lg Chess Team 3, 43 Service Club 43 Japanese Club 43 Debate Club 2, "A leader in everything he undertakes." Nishimura, Masao. Entered from Central l93O. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 3, 43 Chess Team 43 German Club 3, 43 Thrift Club 4. "Are you any relation to Yoshito?" Noon, Mary Louise lM'Lul. Entered from John Muir l93O. Vodvil 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 33 French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Chr. Refreshment Comm. 3, 4. "l'm no angel." Norenberg, Dorothy lDotl. Entered from Dunlap l93O. Future, nurse. Make-up Comm. 2, 33 Social Service Comm. 2, 33 Decoration Comm. 33 P.-T, A. Ushers 3, 43 Thrift Club 2, 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 Minute Girl 43 Improvement Comm. 2, 33 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 43 Re- ception Comm. 43 Refreshment Comm. 3. "A lovely nurse in any hospital." Norman, Brooks iB. W.l. Entered from John Muir l93O, Future, U. of W, Spanish Club l, 2, 33 Track l. "When he has anything to say, he says it." Norton, David iTonyl. Entered from Beacon Hill I93l. Future, Annapolis, Golf 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. 43 All-City Orchestra 3, 43 Managing Editor Greenbook 43 Tolo Annual Ad, Mgr. 43 Boys' Club Voca- tional Chr. 43 Matinee Orchestra. "A future ensign to be proud of." Norton, Isabelle llzziel. "How'm I doin'?" Numoto, Saburo iBaronl. Entered from Pacific l93O. French Club 3, 43 Japanese Club 4. "Everybody knows mel" Odna, Ruby Christine. Entered from Whitworth l93O. Future, U. of W. Volleyball 2, 33 Commercial Club l, 4. "As lovely as her hair." Ogishima, Mary Yoshiko. Entered from Central l93l. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Jap- anese Club 4. "We never can replace a friend." Oellerman, Maizie Kathleen lKayl. Entered from Alex- ander Hamilton l93l. Future, W, S. C. Sr. Sister 43 Commercial Club 43 Roll Rep. l3 Girls' Club Rep. 2. "I even take my fun seriously." Olsen, Frieda iFreddiel. Entered from Beacon Hill l930. Future, stenographer. Commercial Club 3, 43 Thrift Club 33 Honor Soc. 3, 43 Girls' Club Rep. 2. "A quiet tongue shows a wise head." Q Thirty-eight Olund, Howard lOlel. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 33 Inter- Class Basketball 3, 43 Stamp Plan Rep. 2, 43 Thrift Club 2. "All sensible men indulge in a little nonsense." Paddock, William lBilll. Entered from Ramona School, Alhambra, Cal. l930, Future, U. of W. Stamp Plan 3, 4, "Big Bad Bill or Sweet William?" Pagano, Rosalie. "lvlethinks this world is awfully dead." Palmer, Dorothy Blanche lDotJ. Operetta 2, 43 Girls' Club l, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4. "Innocence is bliss- but oh!" Palmer, Geraldine lGerryl. Entered from Dunlap 1930. Future, U. of W. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Tusitala Club 33 Social Service 2. "She always recited when called upon." Parks, Kathleen lKayl . Entered from Kearney High l933. "And then she decided to come to a good school." Parsons, Elsy Theresa lSpeedl. Entered from Whit- worth 1930. Future, dress designing, Glee Club l 3 Oper- etta 2, 3, 43 Midwinter Concerts l, 2, 33 Personal Effi- ciency Comm, 3, 4. "Just a calm young lady quietly pursuing her way." Paull, Barbara. Entered from University Hill, Vancouver, B, C. l93l. Costume Designs for "Sweethearts" 4. "Just a little different from the rest," Pearson, Everett lEvl. Entered from Hawthorne l93l. Midwinter Concert l, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Jr. Orchestra l3 Opera 43 Ping Pong 3, 43 Sr. Choir 3, 43 All-City Orchestra 3, 43 Vodvil 2, 3, "To be a well-favored man is the gift of fortune." Reichelt, Selma. "Hail to thee, blythe spirit!" Perry, Louise. "And she left us for a man." Peterson, Donna Carolyn. Entered from Emerson 1930. Art Club 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Folk Dancing Club 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. "I want to dance, and dance, and dance," Plant, Maxine Frances lMaxJ. Entered from Emerson l930. Future, nurse. Girls' Club Roll Rep, l, 23 Thrift Club l, 23 French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Social Service 2, 3, 43 Minute Girl 43 Midwinter Concert 23 Make-up Comm. 33 Commercial Club 4. "Where did you rate the Notre Dame pin?" Pratt, Nellie Adele lMitzil. Entered from Columbia l930. Future, stenographer. Bank Cashier l3 Social Service Rep, 43 Candy Seller 33 Lunchroom Comm. l3 Girls' Club Rep, 2. "l'm still the same little girl I used to be." Thirty-nine I SENIORSO ......,,.... , :D 3 M W W iz. ,fry fl . if U .3 Haifa? ' ,. ,.. T . . . 'iw Y ' . '..V .2 , V- P5 . gg Q N if. ,... 1 v , Q an .fl '53 S 3 1 .-. an : if if Wilf- Price, Marian Alletta iMapi. Entered from Columbia i93O. Future, U. of W. Basketball l3 Soccer lg Volley- ball l3 Midwinter Concert 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Tusitala Club 23 Bulletin Board Comm. Chr. 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Folk Dancing Club 33 Tennis l, 2, 3, Filing Comm. 3. "l'll never lose a love set but once." . Putman, William lBiIIi. "l'm as sober as a judge." Ray, Margaret. "Silence never betrays you." Raymond, Lois lRaymiei. Entered from Whitworth l93O. Future, business co'lege. Costume Comm. l3 Ex- change Comm. 25 Stamp Officer 2. "Me and my heart." Redmond, Lillian lLill. "Get thee behind me, books!" Richardron, Barbara iBobbiei. Entered from Emerson l93O. Chr. Vocational Comm. 43 Vocational Comm. l, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Play 43 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 43 World Affairs Club 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. l, 3, Floral Comm. 2. "She is one grand girl3 what more can be said?" Richardson, Louise. Entered from Bryn Mawr l93O. Fu- ni-e college. French Club l, 2, 33 P.-T. A. Vodvil 3, M'dw'nter Concert 45 Nat. Dancing Club 3, 43 Badmin- tori Club 4. "lt won't belong now." Ridwlls. Ruth lRidseyi. Entered from Columbia l93O. Gr!" Club Po'l Rep. l, 2: Minute Girls 3, 43 Social Fe'v2re 2. 31 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Pres. 45 Thrift Club 2. 3: Make-up Comm. l, 2, 33 Decoration Comm. 3: P.-T. A. Usher 3. "There isn't a heart so frozen that l can't melt." Riley, Frances fFranl. Entered from Emerson 1930. Glee Club l, 23 Jr. Orchestra lg Midwinter Concert 3. 43 Ooeretta 33 Vodvil 25 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 45 Basketball l. "Be good, fair maid, and let who will be clever." Rcmrk, Helen iLeni. Entered from Bryn Mawr l93O. Future, George Washington University. Art Club 3. 42 Tusitala Club 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2. 3, 43 Commercial Club l, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 33 Stamp Plan Roll Rep. 2, 3. "A victim of this studious age." Roberts, Lowell. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, college. Band l, 23 Track 3, 43 Advertising Mgr. Tolo Weekly 43 Business Mgr. Tolo Weekly 4. "l'll be an editor yet," Roberts, Vivian lVivi. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, U. of W. Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 43 Stamp Plan Roll Rep .4. "All labor's lost." Rock, Graham Clark. Entered trom Washburn High, Minneapolis, lvlinn, 1931. Future, U. of W. Spanish Club 23 Improvement Comm. 33 Anglers' Club 3. "As sub- stantial as his name." Rodgers, Barbara lBobbyi. Entered from Emerson l93O. Future, U. of W, Vocational Comm. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. l, 33 Make-up Comm. l, 2, 3, 43 Chr. Floral Comm. 45 Service Club Roll Rep. 3. "Brown eyes, why are you blue?" Q Forty Rolle, Marguerite. Entered from John Muir l93O. Future, U, of W. Pres. Girls' Club 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 23 Basketball l3 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Chr. Scrap Book Comm. 33 Chr. Extension Comm. 23 Dramatic Club 1, 23 Debate Club l, 23 Tennis l, 23 Reception Comm. 33 Party Re- port Comm. 3. "Poise plus personality equals-Pen fectionf' Roos, Bud. "l came, l saw, l beat it!" Rosi, Dominic. "l.oquacious? Oh, my, yes!" Rounds, Corrine lCrinl. Entered from Colman l93O. Future, U. of W. Midwinter Concert l, 2, 43 Honor Soc. 33 French Club 3, 43 Baseball l 3 Track l 3 Operetta 3, 43 Decoration Comm. 3, 43 Sr. Sister 2, 33 Sr. Orchestra 3, 43 Singing Strings 2, 33 Tutor 2, 33 Doctor and Nurse Comm, l. " 'Tis well to be sweet, merry and wise." Ruff, Helen. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, U. of W. Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Basketball 33 Volleyball l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 43 Hockey 2, 33 Ability Comm. 3, 43 Chr. 43 Badminton 3, 43 Sr. Roll Rep, 43 Girls' Club Rep. l, 3, 43 Midwinter Concert 23 Health Comm. 43 Spanish Club 3, 4: Glee Club l, 43 A Cappella Choir 2, 4, "She wins all eyes for her accomplishments," Runyan, Ruth lScottyl. Entered from Emerson l93O, Future, Bellingham Normal. French Club 2, 33 Mid- winter Concert l, 2, 33 Commercial Club 2, 33 Sr. Sister 43 Make-up Comm. l, 23 Decoration Comm. 33 Sr. Re- freshment Comm. 2, 33 Minute Girls 2, 3. "l am young and healthy." Sahlin Audrey tAubsl. Entered from Emerson l93O. Commercial Club 33 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 23 Sr. Choir 43 Social Service Comm. 43 Folk Dancing Club 33 Nutri- tion Comm, 4. "l-ler friends are many3 her foes are few." Samac, Rose Marie. Entered from Central l93O. Future, Business College. Operetta 23 Honor Soc, 2, 3, 4: Stage Wardrobe Comm. 3, 43 Chr, 4. "We missed you when you left." Sawada, George K. Entered from Longfellow l93O. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Sec. Japanese Club 43 Stamp Comm, 4, "I have spoken--nuff sed." Sawada, George M. Entered from Central l93O. lntra- mural Basketball l, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3. "Our brother from over the sea." Sayler, Mary tSaiIor7. Entered from Dunlap l93O. Fu- ture, college. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club l, 23 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Sr. Orchestra l, 2, 33 Student Mgr. "Sweet- hearts" 43 Soph. Play 23 Sr. Song Comm. 43 Chr, Lunch' room Comm. 3, 43 All-City Orchestra 23 Usher and Doormen Comm. lg Midwinter Concert l, 23 Sr. Choir 3, 43 Tolo Reporter 4. "I don't have to go away to be a 'Sayler'." Scavotto, Donald iScotfoJ. Entered from Colman l93O. Future, U. of W. Football lg Baseball 2, 33 Cultural Arts Comm. 43 Tolo Reporter. "Speed-fgets them." Scharman, Aloise Temple. Entered from Whitworth l93O. Future, U. of W. French Club l, 2, 3, 43 Tutor l3 Soph, Rep. 23 Tolo Rep. 43 Asst. Editor Tolo Annual 43 Honor Soc. 2, 33 Girls' Club Honor Roll l3 Inter-Roll Room Debate 43 Wardrobe Comm. l3 Librarian l, 2. "Would that my dreams could come true!" Schenck, Earl. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Salutatorian. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Circulation Mgr. of Tolo Annual 33 Hi-Leaders Conference 4: Hi-Y 4, Ski Club 43 Tennis l, 2, 3, 4: Tag Seller 43 Editor of Tolo Annual 4, "He may be an Earl--but he's an editor to us." Forty-one Q SEN IORS 'lil ' .412 2 Er M V ,,Av 47 3 , 0 T, f--. an iiijgiiizj. . f 2223 Q 1 0- ..: ,,:v, 2 .,:.-Z., ..,..,......, . ,,.,.. t TV , P 5--53 , . T di iw -:. 'E I ' Q 'i . 'E F ., . 3 ' -- 1' -at-X -"' gr Q3 af M51 K ff. A 1 S, K if 3 NIORS tr' ,, . 3' I -1.3-M ,QW 1 E . .V vii i 1 in -Q ,W ' i age--l,:, " ,' 'fit -'N 5 - .. . ' ' Y " .s in ' A ' . i -, - " , 1 cz- :e ,,:f' ' Af. .I . , , Lff .2 f is... V Eli.. A1, : ,,.: . Q . ,.,. , ,V --:- --v.-,.,. .l ll V V V i 'W : ll W' Arh 2 .--1 ' 1 ',,,,"' Seidelhuber, Robert Henry lHankl. Entered from Bea- con Hill l93O. Future, aviation, Aviation Club lg An- glers' Club 2, Second Team Football 2, German Club 3, 41 Ski Club 4. "Our future Lindbergh," Semple, Mae lSampl. Entered from Whitwoyth l93O. Future, Sherwood School of Music. French Club l, 25 Quaker Maids 3, 4, Sr, Sister 43 Basketball 33 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Stamp Rep. 4. "No, Mae, vve'll not pun your name. You're too sweet." Sharpe, Evelyn. "She's all that we would want a friend to be." Shaw, Ted lSatchl. Entered from Hawthorne l93O. Fu- ture, U. of W, Football l, 2, 33 Aviation Club lg Track l, 2, 33 Sergeant at Arms Jr. Class 3, Hi-Y 3, 43 Treas, Hi-Y 43 Ski Club 43 Jr. Roll Rep. 33 Thrift Club 3, Bas- ketball l. "Napoleon was small, too," Shepard, Willis Edward lWillicJ. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Sr. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Opera l, 2, 3, 4, Mid- winter Concert i, 2, 3, 43 All-City Orchestra 3. "Here l am with my lute and my lyre." Shepardson, Barbara lBobbiel. Entered from Brighton l93O. Future, music. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Midwinter Concert 2, 3, 4, All-City Orchestra 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Singing String 3, 43 French Club l. t'There are those who say l'm shy," Sholtz, Kathryn iKinkyl. Entered from Bryn Mawr l93O. Future, business college. Jr. Hostess 3, Commer- cial Club l, 2, 3, 43 ZOZE Typist 4, Office 4. "Love and laughter are her sidekicksf' Slckels, Sadie lSusEel. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, music director. Sr, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, All- Northwest Orchestra 33 All-City Orchestra 3, 45 Mid- winter Concert 3, 43 Honor Soc, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 43 Singing Strings 3, 4. "Remembered for her music." Singleton, Lillian iLill. Entered from Columbia l93O. Future, office work. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, office girl in Girls' Gym, 4, "Office girl," Slotnick, Beatrice. Entered from Garfield. Future, U, of W. "We're glad to have you with us." Smailes, Beatrice lBeal. Entered from Brighton l93O, Pep Band l, 2, 3, 43 Minute Girls l 3 Woodwind Ensem- ble 2, 3, Sr. Orchestra 3, 43 Midwinter Concert 2, 3, 4, Personal Efficiency Comm, 4. "A quiet girl was she- sometimes," Smith, Audrey limittyl. Entered from Dunlap l93O. Future, U, of W. Chr. Girls' Club 41 French Club 3, 43 Improvement Club 33 Commercial Club 43 Make-up Comm. 2, 33 Social Service 3: Sr. Sister 3: "Nonette" 33 Thrift Club 2, Decoration Comm. 3, Midwinter Con- cert 2g Honor Society 2, Usher Comm. "What's the attraction at Kent?" Smith, Bernadine lBundyl. Entered from Whitworth l93O. Future, U. of W, Commercial Club lg Basketball l 3 Tusitala Club l, 2, Nutrition Comm, 31 French Club 3, Girls' Club Program Comm. 43 Filing Comm. 45 Roll Rep. l. "Different." Smith, Janet Doris. Entered from Cleveland l933. Fu- ture, work, Volleyball 4g Hockey 43 Midwinter Concert 4, Girls' Club Dramatic Club 4. "We wish her one year here might have been four." Q Forty-two Smith, Louie lLadies' Man Louisl. Entered from John Muir I93O. Future, W. S. C. Football I, 3, 41 Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 41 Lettermen's Club 3, 41 Ski Club 43 Honor Soc. I: Thrift Club 21 Service Club 23 Fishing Club 31 Friendshp Comm. 4, Aviation Club 21 Lunchroom Comm. 2, Stamp Club 2, 3. "Isn't that a mistake? It should be 'One w0rnan's manf " Smith, Madonna Bell lDonnal. Entered from Dunlap I93O. Future, office work. Girls' Club Rep. I1 Usher 2, 31 Banker 3, 4, Sr. Sister 4. "Regardless of the name, we know her to be human." Smith, Mardellc, "All roads lead to Rome-ance." Smith, Osborne. "I told you I would get through some daygi. Sollfck, Lorene IEniel. Entered from Wenatchee I933. Future, U. of W. Soccer 4g Volleyball 4, Baseball 4. "When the cat's away the mice will play." Snyder, Richard tDickl. Entered from John Muir I93O, Future, U. of W. "Carmen" I, Service Club I, 2, 3, 41 Improvement Comm. 2, 31 French Club I, 2, 3, 41 Vice- Pres. French Club 2, 41 German Club 41 Tolo Reporter 3, 43 Hi-Y 41 Asst, Sports Editor of Tolo 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 41 Concert I, 2, "Sweethearts" 4, Stamp Rep. 2, 3, Sr. Choir 41 Intramural Track 3, 41 Aviation Club I, 2, Ski Club 4. "Being with . . ." Sorte, Eugene iGenel. Entered from Cavill, Montana, I932. Future, chemistry. Honor Soc, 2, 3, 42 Service Club 21 Roll Room Debate 31 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. USO efficient and matter-of-factish." Souffay, Leon Frank iLeeI. Entered from Brighton I93I. Future, W. S. C, Anglers' Club 21 Service Club I, 41 Tolo Roll Rep, 2, 31 Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Intra-Sports Mgr. 3, 41 Aviation Club I, 21 Volley- ball 2, 31 Hi-Y Club 4, Track 3, 4, Touch-Football 3, Boys' Club Friendship Comm. 3, 41 Intramural Track 2, 31 Ski Club 4. "Oh! If I were only wise instead of handsome." Southard, Eldoris lEIIyI. Entered from Columbia I93O. Filing Comm. I, 2, 3, 41 Basketball 21 Volleyball I, 3, Folk Dancing Club 31 Tutor 31 Sec, Sr. Class 31Sr. Play 41 Mother-Daughter Banquet 4, "GondoIiers" 31 Glee Club 3. "Possessor of the most beautiful voice in school." Soyeiima, LiIIy."She never offends." Staeger, Ben. "All great men die-gee, I feel sick." Ste- Bul- letin 41 Friendship Comm. 43 Makeaup Comm. 41 Sr. Roll Rep. 4, Wardrobe Comm. 4, "Charming? Well, yes and then some." Sparks, Margaret Hannah ISparkyl. Entered from vens I933. French Club 41 Art Club 41 Thrift Starkey, Joseph Uoel. Entered from Whitworth I929. Future, office work. Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 41 Tolo Rep. 2. "I do all that may become a man." Stewart, Charles iChuckl. Entered from Brighton l93O. Future, tile business, Midwinter Concert 2, 41 "Fortune Teller" 21 Service Club 4: "Sweethearts" 4, Glee Club I, 2. 31 Sr. Choir 41 Ski Club 4, Stamp Plan Roll Rep. 3, "One cannot always be a hero, but one can always be a man." Forty-three Q SEN IORSQ fe fur: .tw , . -fr ' ff' Risk , rg i ,S 5- Z.. 1 m n 11 .:. -2 ,-'v ...-- I I eggs? f - I .. .... I . .j . "i"i'ii QSENIORS if a re . ar i 1 3 , .f 7 fin ' fi gig: ab r an tttt 4 Sfutfield, Frederick tSfutl. Entered from John Muir l93O, Future, U. of W. Track l, 2, 3, 43 Treas. Class 33 Vodvil 43 Sr. Play 43 French Club 33 Vice-Pres. German Club 43 l-li-Y 43 Ski Club 43 Sr. Roll Rep. 4. "A would- be Don Juan," Summers, William lBiddyl, Entered from Brighton l93O, French Club 3, 4. "A little learning is a dangerous thing." Swanson, Elsie Viola, Entered from Emerson 1930. Tolo Rep. 23 Commercial Club 3, 43 Folk Dancing Club 3, 43 Pres. 43 Vo:lvil 2. "She's all we would want a friend to be." Swenson, Dale lSwedel. Entered from Brighton l93O. Future, art school. Thrift Club 2, 33 Tusitala Club lg French Club 3, 43 Make-up Comm. 23 Art Club 43 Sr. Choir3 "And So to College" 33 "Sweethearts" 43 Make- up Comm.3 Decoration Comm. 33 Switchboard Operator 43 Costume Design. "Don't worry3 she will tell you what she thinks." Tani, George. "A gentleman makes no noise." Taylor, Clara Jo lJol. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, art, Art Club 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. l, 2, 43 Tumbling Club 3, 43 Sr. Choir 43 Baseball 33 Hikes 3, 43 Volleyball 23 Glee Club 33 Track. "A fair girl with ambi- tions great." Taylor, Shirley Mae. Entered from Brighton l93O. Fu- ture, business college. Tusitala Club l, 23 Basketball Club l, 2, 43 Dancing Club l, 2, 43 Operetta l3 Chr. Party Research 3, 4. "A winning way can influence even gridiron fate." Tazawa, Asako lTuffyl. Entered from Central l93O. Tutor l3 Honor Soc. 23 "Geisha" I3 Vodvil 23 Sr. Sister 43 Costume Comm. 3, 43 French Club 43 Tolo Annual Errand Girl 43 Tag Sale Comm. 43 Fashion Show l. "How can one small girl have so much pep?" Tazuma, Shizuto tElmerl. Entered from Pacific l93O. Honor Soc, 23 German Club 3. "A wise man from out ofthe East." Tedford, Nina tMickeyl. Entered from Columbia 1930. Future, business, Vocation Comm, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Tolo Roll Rep. l3 Sr. Roll Rep. 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 2. 'iThe top rung of the ladder is not too good for her." Tegeler, Delmar. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Golf 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 4. "I guess Bobby Jones is good, too." Tegeler, Ted. "I used to be a Iady's man. Just look at me now." Thomas, Ted. "A man's man," Thompson, Frances Ueanniel. Entered from Hawthorne l93O, Baseball l, 33 Basketball 43 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 33 Social Service Roll Rep. 3. "A fair athlete." Q Forty-four Tomita, Ralph. "The world is waiting for you." Tranas, Harriet. Entered from Whitworth l93O. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. "Eager and quick to learn." Tsujikawa, Toshiko. "A willing worker." Tulip, Roy Herman lBudl. Entered from Dunlap l93O. Future, college. Football l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 43 Stamp Plan Pres. 33 Hi-Y 3, 4. "And he was cast for manly sports," Ullevig, Clifford. "Glad to know you, Cliff." Ulovich, Violet lWowJ. Entered from Beacon Hill l93O. Future, U, of W. Vice-Pres. Girls' Club 43 Honor Soc. 2, 33 Chr. Standards Comm. 33 Athletic Comm. l 3 Track l, 23 Soccer l3 Hockey 2, 33 Basketball l, 2, 33 Base- ball l, 2, 33 Quaker Maids l, 2, 33 Thrift Club 23 Vol- leyball 2, 33 Librarian l, 23 "F" Club l, 2, 3, 43 Deco- ration Comm. Chr. 2. "Pulchritude from 202E." Vallela, James. Entered from Colman l93O, Future, U. of W. Thrift Club l, 2, 3, 43 Stamp Club 2, 3, 43 Service Club l, 2, 33 Boys' Roll Rep. l, 2, 33 "Business man on Pike St." Van de Kant, Cora fCoreel. Entered from Rainier l93O, Future, dramatic school, Natural Dancing Club 2, 3, 43 Cultural Arts Comm. l 3 Social Service Comm. 23 Experi- mental One-Act Play Co. 43 Vodvil 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 Ushers' Comm, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 33 Thrift Club l3 Sr, Play 43 Rest Room Comm. l3 Office Clerk 4. "l-las she got naughty eyes." Vaupell, Leonard John. Entered from John Muir l93O. Future, U. of W. Boat Club l3 French Club l, 43 Vod- vil 43 Track 3, 4. "One of the best," Vincent, Winifred lWinniel. Entered from Whitworth l93O. Future, business college, Make-up Comm, l3 Household Comm. 23 Commercial Club 4. "The mildest manner and gentlest heart." von Herberg, Josephine. "Haven't you heard of the von Herbergs?" Wandling, Kenneth lKennyl. Future, radio. Radio Club l3 Tumbling Club l, 2, 3, 43 Yell Leader 3, 43 Doorman 3, 43 Intramural Track 33 Intramural Sports 3. "A fine fellow." Washburn, Montie. Entered from Bryn Mawr l93O. Fu- ture, secretary. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Art Club 3, 43 Commercial Club Vice-Pres. 33 Roll Room R9D.Q Stamp Plan 3, 4, "Anything for a quiet life," Weckwerth, June tYumiel. Entered from Columbia l93O. Future, U. of W. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Tusitala Club l, 23 Folk Dancing Club 33 Filing Comm. l, 2, 3, 43 Chr. 43 Charity Vodvil 33 Tennis l, 2, 3, 43 Ger- man Club 43 Jr. Orchestra 33 Mother and Daughter Ban- quet 3. "One who does things." Forty-five Q SE NIORSQ . I 1' 'fy SENIORS l 2 - 3- 3 'I zzz: ' . I W 'Q 7 5 5' A . . .,E ,:,:-!,5 ., I, .f Welty, Frances. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Basketball 13 Dramatic Club 1, 23 Thrift Bulle- tin 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Chr. Girls' Club Meetings 33 Recording Sec. Girls' Club 43 Vodvil 33 Jr. Editor Tolo Annual 33 Vodvil Publicity 43 Party Report Comm. 33 Reception Comm. 3. "4then along came Bill." Whitworth, Elinor lEllieJ. Entered from Brighton 1930. Future, secretary, Quaker Maids 3, 43 Experimental Owe-Act Play Co. 2, 3, 43 Hockey 3, 43 Tusitala Club 13 Roll Rep. 23 Midwinter Concert 23 Baseball 33 Basket- ball 33 Track 1, 33 Girls' Club Banquet 43 Commercial C-lub 1, 4. " 'Op O' Me Thumb" 3. "Life is one long giggle." W Illams, Doris lBethl. Entered from Beacon Hill 1930. Wardrobe Comm. 1, 2, 33 "Olympic Games Parade" 33 P.-T. A. Program 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Folk Danc- ing Club 1, 2, 33 Assembly Program 2. "Common Sense is not a common thing." Williams, Nedra lNedl. Entered from Monral 1931. Future, college. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Lunchroom Comm. 3, 43 Quaker Maids 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 33 Volleyball 33 Hockey 33 Sr. Sister 43 Stamp Plan Rep. 1, 23 Floral Comm. 1. "Whatever she did was done with ease." Wilson, Margaret Alma lMargel. Entered from Dun- lap 1930. Future, W. S. C. Make-up Comm. 1, 23 Ward- robe Comm. 2, 33 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 1, 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Athletics 1, 2. "Names complicate everything." Wilson, Margaret Ann. Entered from Thomas 1930. Honor Soc. 2, 33 Girls' Club Roll Rep. 33 Bulletin Board Comm. 3, 43 Sr. Sister 43 Art Club 3, 43 Tolo Annual Rep. 23 Filing Comm. 3. "Art and ability are sparks from a flint." Wilson, Robert lBobl. Entered from Colman 1929. Fu- ture, pilot. Stage Force 1, 2, 3, 43 Radio Club 13 Service Club 1, 2, 33 Tumbling Club 13 Aviation Club 3, 43 Pres. 43 Intramural Track 33 Intramural Volleyball 33 Anglers' Club 33 Experimental One-Act Play Co. 3. "The old school won't be the same without you." Wood, Betty Faye. Entered from McCullock, Detroit, Mich., 1930. Future, U. of W. Stamp Officer 23 Jr. Roll Rep. 23 French Club 1, 23 "Cause: a smileg effect: mi- raclesf' Yamada, Hanae lHoneyl. Entered from Central 1930. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Sr. Sister 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Girls' Club Rep. 43 Folk Dancing Club 43 Sr. Roll Rep. 33 Japanese Club 4. "Great ships need deep water." Yamamoto, Kikue lKikl. Entered from Washington 1930. Stamp Comm. 33 Cultural Arts Comm. 3, 43 Span- ish Club 2, 3, 43 Social Service 33 Amerasia Club 3, 43 Librarian 4. "Virtue has its own reward." Yates, Elmer lEImJ. Entered from Hawthorne 1930. Fu- ture, U. of W. Honor Soc. 2, 3,43 Basketball 2,3 43 Tolo Weekly 3, 43 French Club 3. "We wonder who found Elmer." Yoda, Rinichi lkinchel. Entered from Pacific 1930. Fu- ture, U. of W. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Japanese Club 3, 43 Roll Room Debate 13 lnter-class Basketball 2. "A true Oriental friend." Youngs, Stanley lStanl. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, U. of W. Football 1 3 Thrift Club 1, 23 Vice-Pres. Class 13 Pres. Class 23 Tolo Weekly Roll Rep. 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Sr. Play 4. "May he always have the last word." Ziebarth, Margaret lliegenfuskl. Entered from John Muir 1930. Future, art school. Honor Soc. 23 Tusitala Club 1: Girls' Club Roll Rep. 33 Sr. Roll Rep. 3, 43 Stamp Roll Rep. 23 Sr. Sister 43 Tennis 2, 33 Soccer 13 Basketball 2, 33 Properties Comm. 3, 43 Friendship Comm. 3, 43 Entertainment Comm. 13 Costume Design Comm. 4. "Well worth waiting for." Q Forty-slx S E N I O R S 0 S E N l O R S O N G Words by Mary Sayler Music by Corrine Rounds We were green as Freshmen go, Found some things we didn't know' We were wise in Sophomore year, Ably conquered all our fear. Then as Juniors bent with care, Managed to learn some lessons rare, And now as Seniors merry and gay, n We try not to think of commencement day. We're on our way to somewhere, Wherever that may be, Where each will be a someone, Whoever that may beg So don't forget us, Franklin, Your class of thirty-fourg We're out to be a someone To make you something more. S E N I O R S Words by Ann Danielson Sunset's rays softly glow Through the poplars of Franklin, Bring to us old ideals Of the Quaker high creed Other days will be gay With the friends we have made here: Let us strive to preserve The ideals of our school. Senior class of '34 Like the poplars will stand guard O'er the school we hold so dear And the truths we have gained, Royal purple and gold, Our class colors, we'll follow That the sun's searching rays May find our hearts ever true. Forty-seven Q O N G Brahm's Lullaby P L Ie 'L ' N up q5?f"'1m1 f , .i. Mi, .v. L.. X x f .4-, f:..':irfq"ggQ-, - ..--1 ,ms-r , ,' 5w:::-P-139 5, 1- , 4 .w -- ' -1.-E12 . '3 2. 'YY' lf-' Si' Q51 ug ' N L' V ,ff '-f 54' . ,cn ,. . ,X i 5, e. 4- z . 1 , -2 ge: - 9 f' 3, f l a JA x ' , U . ' . '-e. fgg V Hex , -1. ,f r 1, K'-x IH. Maw J M, The mystic flower of Friendship-strong though fragile-powerful Though delicate. An exquisite, ra- diant, nameless beauty-as eternal as the Springtime of Youth and Earth. I, I ' JUNIOR 1 , . . , . . ,.,- .- J me ,Q fini iq ia? 3: if as '9 W I' I , .2 :Em i 1 - 3 it -Q. M Fig? -V" at I 1 5 , W '51 '-"' p age f L DAN LAGOZZINO BURBANK RIDEOUT FRANK DODD President Secretary Sergeant-at-Arms PAUL RICHARDSON JEANNE DUNCAN MISS HUNTER Vice President Treasurer Adviser J U N I O R S Upperclassmen . lively . introducing many innovations . active outside of classes . high scholastic standings . one boy .Junior in years . Senior in credits . Nobutaka Ike . was one of the faculty's choice for Com- mencement speaker . several followed his example in finishing high school in three years . meetings interesting and peppy . made so through the cooperation of the Junior Dramatics . putting on plays after the meetings . such as "Shakespearian Hash" .funny . clever . the three matinees given by the Junior class were . Barn dance idea . Sweet- heart's idea . D'llesandra's Jazzolian idea . the fourth to be given in conjunction with the Seniors . to be called "Youth" . advertising the Tolo Annual. this energetic class is planning a swimming party . a play entitled "Antique Shop" is to be presented later . Juniors and Seniors put on a series of ten dancing lessons . learned one new step each week . the Juniors' basketball team was good . won the championship in inter-class basketball .Junior boys made first team in most major ath- letics . Roy Nakagawa was guard on the "all-city" football team . no re-election of officers during the mid-year . Dan Lagozzino . president . piloted them creditably through the year with flying colors . Miss Hunter . adviser . directs their energies into useful fields of endeavor . helps them to realize their responsibilities . this class shows fine school spirit . capable to take the Seniors' place next year . next year's presi- dent . Herman Sontheimer . intelligent . steady . able to lead the Ju- niors through their last year of high school . we wish you well Juniors. Fifty-one Q JUNIO RS as fs F S if X' 1 X231 152 ' I .V 2 ' . an 7lT f.f il lf:-f .5 5 . K l s F' fe ,'vw:?,f 'Pi Q, if in if Q Sig v A, s .. ,ji ' 'mf H Q 3? is gg 1 if . 1 5 ,.., wt K Q eff, A..., . b et A' A A 9.4- . .. ' f ,X "ez, ,.,:., g X . .,x ,sf I ssl 5 , f Q S V ,Qi-Wg is ff -1 uf x J X Q .V .. . zyu W . .kg " .:,' U I ll' , :Rr X I' - is .i. s. 1 Q A ABERNETHY, JANE "Bid me discourse and I shall enchant thine ears." ACOMB, BYRON Mile-a-minute. ANDERSON, HAZEL A Quaker Maid of perfection. ARMSTRONG, CECIL Poking his beak out the port. ARNOLD, VINCENT ln-vinc-ible, absolutely. AUGE, WOODROW Hears all, sees all, knows nothing. AXELSON. MARGARET Cupid in disguise. BARABAS, PHILIP One who follows. BARKER, KATI-IRYN "I must take half the time to find my own thoughts. BARMUTA, GEORGE The man behind the scenes. BARRETT, HOLLAND A flying Dutchman. BASS, RUTH Whose sweetheart is she now? BEALL, IMOGENE Demure and neat. BENSON, PHILIP Ice cream's the specialty. BEVAN, EVELYN A modern crimson-lipped flower. BIRRELL, RUTH The big boss-capable, willing, and talented. BLACKMER, DOROTHY Find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow BOLTON, MARGARET A grand disposition. BORELLA, LENORA She may lose her heart but never her head. BOSTWICK, JANICE Just plain fickle! BOTTS, MARIE The eternal question mark! BOWLES, WILLIAM lt is becoming for a young gentleman to be modest BOYD, MARY ELLA As lovely as they come! BRAWLEY, ROBERT Teacher's pet l?I. Q Fifty-two BROOKS, MARGERY A doctor's prescription. BROOKS, MILDRED Oh, so bashful! BROUGHAM, ALICE Then along came "The Blond Bombshell"! BROWN, RUTH Why young men leave home. BRYAN, WILLIAM Leaving a trail! BUCHANAN, BEATRICE Let's get acquainted. BUCK, DOUGLAS The original cave man. BULEN, JOYCE "I'm a Hillman I-Iillbettyf' BUNCE, WILLIAM "Let's harmonize." BUTTS, ROBERT "I was raised on Cream of Wheat." CAMPBELL, WARREN "Once there was a Scotchman-" CARL, BETTY JANE KarI's girl. CARLSON, EVELYN Results! CASSINGHAM, HUBERT Here I go! CATLETT, VIRGINIA "It's open house tonight." CHINN, LUCAS "Me and my cousins." CLARK, MARGARET "No, I don't live in Renton, but-" CLEAVE, MARY "Doughnuts, doughnuts, who will buy my doughnuts?" CLOSE, PHILIP Blessings on thee, little man COKER, EVELYN Small, but what pep! CONWAY, DOUGLAS "Never uses a word of one syllable when a two syllable word will suffice." COPELAND, ROSS Drawing, printing, and writing! CORNER, EDITH The voice of experience! CORNING, ALBERT Sundae slinger-Make 'em big! Fifty-three Q JUNIORSO A sf- fl , I , 'U is fx Q' Af' K W I .,.. ' K 1 ' IA ni I I --r' 3. 1: -"- .. 1 Q. 'I I '.,.-i I is li lg ,g .,,.. i .., , '-:- .ff ' Y, ., ,., . . L: .R E it Q W! 5 "' - IQI' , lv- !,,! 5 1: -. kkk Q :li ., . ' W A fish " A I sz? I .I ! U 1, Qs A. ,..:i A .-' 5 "i' ' '- , JUNIORS CORN ING, MARIETTA Jimmy's shadow. CRAMER, DOUGLAS Musician! CURD, SARAH F'evven sake! DAVIES, HELEN Too good to be true. DAVIS, MADELON Ever since Eve! DAVIS, MARJORIE Chains and slavery! DELZER, WILLIAM A styie, all his own. DEVIN, WILLIAM "Yum, yum, am I sweet!" DEWITT, ROBERT Does he? DODD, FRANK On your mark, get set- DODD, MARJORIE Meet John BuII's daughter. DOYLE, EILEEN How many? DRAKE, MARGUERITE "I'm the third little piggy." DRAZIC, HELEN Hi-diddle-diddle, Helen and her fiddle. DUNCAN, JEANNE Pert and petite, EASTIVIAN, GERALDINE Horses, horses, crazy over horses. ERGESON, HARVEY Such a technique! FAIRCHILD, MARY But she's really dark. FASEVICH, NETTIE Listen, for it's wisdom. FAUNCE, JAMES Well, fawncy that! FLAGG, JACK 1 Enterprising young George Arliss fminus the monoclel . FOLLRICH, CHARLOTTE Every one Iikes Shorty. FOWLER, HOMER Strokes are strokes! FOWLER, STEVE I'm a humdingin', bell ringin', axeswingin' fireman. Q Fifty-four FRASER, ROBERT He and his "hoop" fans. FREDRICK, RICHARD Fredrick, the great l?l FRENCH, JACK Cowboy Jack! GAB I E, JEAN Sophisticationfplus! GALLANT, BETTY She needs a big strong man to protect her. GARRISON, VIRGINIA Oh, she's in the gym, GASTON, MARY JANE Our dancing lady. GEPNER, HOWARD Don't shoot! GERHARDT, HELEN A fiend for history. GILLIAM, JUNE A sweet addition to Franklin. GIST, MAXINE A penny for your thoughts. GLAHE, MARY LOUISE lt's charm with a capital "C." GREGORY, ELEANOR Oh, those eyes! GRIFFITI-I, MARGARET Have you seen my hope chest? GROVES, MARGARET Why worry if the sun can still shine? GUSTAFSON, DOROTHY A sweet diversion. I-IAAS, WILLIAM Stamping around! HADFIELD, ANN We wish we knew more like her. HAGEN, OLGA A nice, attractive kind of grace. HALL, ROBERT Those blond curls! HAMADA, RUTH Just a Junior in years but graduating. HARBERS, KARL A novelty! HARROW, ELAINE Oh, those dimples! HARTWIG, FLORA A lovely voice, Fifty-five Q M -1 JUNIOR fi! 'i . 'lui " " ' A --,, X ,A , . , 1,-g K . Al 1' ,S Q: 1 Q- "i' , 'r s,2' SER3 ..,. -I H, , 'ss ffl- -S X if ' L! ,AL a . 5' .zj L.1f. Y: 'J QQWG 5 'i-Q T If ,.,,, K , 'R fails f A f-Q51 ' gm, was , -r,. 'H , - ,sw cv-of . , ' tl '- M as . fi . f gs? E 4 .K .li is I: vs WW . I 5' ?'4QdYf' 'r.-. L Y 'f sw-f. -.-sf ' . - Lhkwfyffep !-ir . A A 2 I! QJUNIO RS ,- - HATFIELD, BERNICE H VA X Just an old fashion girl. , ,6 I 'W' f 1, In HATFIELD, JEAN ' A . Q g R 1 What wouldn't we give for her "A's." ' V-52 A 'ffz' W 1 Rf L . g, t my A 3' HXEADY, RICHARD ' A stoic of the woods. 4, A HEIDRICK, WILLIAM .' - Von Heidrick to you. in ,. I H W HEIVIISPHERE, BILLIE :L A il j Juliet! I ef IAAI if I my ' HERLAN, BETSY it A ,, ,, ' ' The proper study of womankind is men zpwzffsfszffsm' HJELMAA, RALPH - -H Our shooting meteor. . QHI CN is xc. 1 .,., 'if' K HOEPPNER, FREDERICK If A L A smile that's worth while. f ' ' Q A if 'Q N 5l!OLhDSWORTH, TINA .X it nice rosy Cheeks. ai A HOLKENBRINK, FRANK . t' Here's to you! .fig I A1 fm! '55 Q HORSLEY, sos "f V ji -'W' K- "Little l askg my wants are few." sw HASCALL, LAWRENCE School is the bane of my existence. HowE, SAMUEL 1. "1 l-low is Sam? 'T' in Q Q, is HOYT, FRANCES 'nv Q f Another "prize" blond. A' A L HUNTER, MARGARET 5, Our bit of Park Avenue. .,.. .. L A 1 2 , ,., IKE, NOBLITAKA -- - A' f' ""' The miracle man! -+- 1 - , -5 : - E f .-In - I- -, INIBERG, BETTE 5-g gg A " K " -3- Be mine tonight! " :I Ea. Q JACOBSEN, DAGNEY fe Correct change? ' Xt ri JACOBSON, LAWRENCE Chess and checkers! sa, We M . A LARVIS, RICHARD 'S .ri 2. - " W ress agent! A QW ' X IAYNES, WILLIAM ,K A lion among ladies is considered gi A dangerous. ...bfi-. JELTER, EARL - f L A woman Commands! Q 5 . .R fi JENSEN, EWALD ! ffizf "" E E H He Carries the voice of the nation. L' IEREIVIIAS, NORMAN 1 Hx I Prefers blends! Q Fifty-six JUNIORS JOCHIMSEN, WILLIAM Why so industrious? JOHANSON, ARNE A-mi Em 5. ,J y M- Conscientious lad! M uf f S ' wa" up ' QOHQNSON, BEIRNICE gf' 5 '- . pee gets 'em. ?i xt JOHNSEN, LILLIAN A One in a million! JOHNSON, DOROTHY -H . M Traveling! L 3: arty, JOHNSON, HELEN 3 ' EE- , iii Any news? ' , Ee . X JNL x by JOHNSON, JEANNE ,. 1' . x, A grand, all-round girl. A . ' . V. - JOHNSON, MARY JANE 54. fi ., 5' A ' To know her is to love her and she A. ,X '. 1.-,H ' is well known. sms J ' A 1 " 1 " JOHNSON, RUTH A sunny personality. b . SH! QA 'T , R at 1. Z . . A ex JOHNSON, VERNON Bussin' thither. gg, JONES, ALBERT Oh! these athletes, JONES, ROBERT Do you play golf, too? KALBERG, LLOYD Just a bacillus! KANTZ, THEODORE "FizzIe! fizzIe!" KASTRUP, HARRIET ' A Midsummer Night's Dream come true, KELLY, FRANKLIN - What a racket? . , , '5- KELLY, WILLIAM , . 'E' f Where's ye old Beanery? ' t W . I ' :" gg 'TV' Y KING, ROBERT He'Il make history! 'Q' , . EA KIRKLAND, ARNOLD ' Can he play ball! M , is mn ' 1 QL iw. KNAPP, MARGARET -be ,, ,L is Jovial to all and at all times. M15 X K KOUNKEL, wiLLiAM A The Greeks had the word for it, x N if LACKORN, ELlZABETH M , Going Places! b A 3 5 . LA GRANDE, MARION L Q., ,i Let's have some fun. 5. K' X, . g k- J . T L Ig... .... 3. LANG, ELIZABETH A f 'R' ' Come, dance with me! g 'if L J Fifty-seven Q ' OJUNIORS it " 7 .,v A qlbl I -G. K me Y ,1 1 - W . , we . Ilia I 'W -f'I""'W X sy ,,:.,.,w Q- ' Lf- . I N L 2 SP . L is Trot I f '-, 'K 5 ... ' in s K IE 'S' tiny ,Egg X- ki I 5 , .Rt . - ' Six if- 3 ig? ' I' V e:j ': 75 'C C n, fn. . W' .gg xg A-A A K ,gl i I. ' W' LARSON, RUTH She's everybody's Dolly. LEVINE, STAN Plenty of zeal! LEWIS, ANNE I want a creee-e-e-e-e-m puff! LEWIS, HAROLD Gunpowdefs useless-cordite only. LEWIS, HELEN Just enlisting the men. LOCKE, FRANCES A peach of a friend! LOE, EDITH A diller, a dollar, Boy, she's a good scholar. LONSKI, RUTH There is no wisdom like frankness. LLJKE, MARY A sweet little Chinese girl liked by all who know her. LYFORD, RICHARD Junior movie magnate! MACKINTOSH. BARBARA But they don't do it like that at Garfield! MADSEN, DORIS She should look in the mirror to cure her blues. MAHR, ERNST Toot, toot! Here I come. MARLATT, DOROTHY Our Whoopee gal! MALCOLM, LORRAINE Here, there and everywhere. MARSTEN, JANE Just a book worm! MAUSETH, ADELE Sugar's sweet and so are you! MAY HALL, JAM ES Divot digger. MCASSEY, ROBERTA What a collection of pins. McDOWELL, MANLEY What's in a name? MCINNIS, NORMA May her dancing feet never tire. MCKERNON, LYNN Amateur radio operator! MCKILLIPS, JACK Was that a whirlwind! MCLEOD, KATHRYN Here's a girl who never shirks. Q Fifty-eight JUNIORSO MCNAMARA, WILLIAM Watch your knitting! I " MEAcHAM,THELMA A X 4' Quiet, please! ff . yi I :P - r MEAGHER, DOROTHY ' . Hard to beat! 7 MEDBY, RAE -- She'S got everything we're ' - S wild about. ,ig 'ay wmv V MURRY, EDNA A L S T A lover Of sports. ET. W I It MENzEL, EARL A A Eff 3 GFEGFI-YES, a Quaker green! . 7 MERCER, WARREITIV W . Oh, very dependab e. Y K V7 . 5 Vg MICKELSON, DONALD m R A, ,Se I "Ah! yes, I claim your esteem," I is 3 Ml 5 ,za .. It 2 g, MILLER,IAMES A Deeds, not words! 33 " MILLER, MARJORIE Turning out! in ' . 6 ..,., X V MILLS, FRANK V , F9 F' W ,M " Children's prattlel ' ' , yr I' '-Ml MILLS, JANET Q I"" 'S' Of fiamang gow. S , MINER, HART Most have gift of speech, but few gift of wisdom also. F 0: uf Q gl! it MINARDI, HELEN 'A 'QA I E ggi. - - ' I , A 'se Quite a social service worker. Nfl' U K MOORE, VIRGINIA Q is K Truly swell! '- i MORGAN, JEAN h .I One of the "gang" 15. - ...I 4' K gn. QE MORRIS, GENEVIEVE fl' , --V Hy'ah pal! . I ag' MURPHY, CHARLES I f 4 Old razzle, dazzle! ,:'D1P" I 'fi'.,QL, i - MURPHY, JUDDY Just as cute as can bc! JS" 4' NAKAQAWA, ROY ' .L "" Pride of the team! O -1: , NAYLOR, FRANCES Sweet and lovely. NEILSON, ROBERT Short and sporty! Little Caesar. NICCOLE. BLANCHE Shes O. K. NELSON, RUSSELL fx Qs . N I ff . I Fifty-nineQ UNIO . , ,gp gg ' 4 mn V Q , I A . ,,.: Q , ,F ..,. , , - ,ff 'Q EQ ' A I , 1 Q I 1 ,K ,J 231- il 3 I if R 1, I ii . I f, 'S :-. 55, I ai 1 , 3 f . 'B ' I 1, NICHOLS, HELEN "Politics bore me." NISHIMURA, SHIZLJKO Always doing the best. O'BRIEN, WILFRED Oh, crazy people! O'BRIEN, WILLIAM Sunnyside up! PAGE, LILLIAN What would we do without Lillian? PARKER, WAYNE Slightly different. PARKS, MARY ANN That musical touch! PASCOE, NORMAN "Me and the study hall teachers." PAULSON, VERNON Just an old smoothy! PEARSON, QUENTIN Chatter, chatter! Oh, what fun, PELL, MARY A grand sense of humor, huh? PHILIPS, JOYCE Being is her line. POLIS, JAMES Hear my guitar! POPE, HERBERT Sailor boy, sailor boy! PURCELL, HELEN An exception to the rule-she's quiet. RADONSKY, EDNA Sittin' pretty! RAETZLOFF, MINNIE Not a rushing Russian! RAINIER, Tl-IELMA A good nature helps life along! RANDALL, CLINTON Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum! RANNEY, MILDRED How am I doing? RASMUSSEN, AGNES A recipe for being nice. RAWSON, ETHEL Chehalis' gain, FrankIin's loss. RAYMOND, ROBERT Spanish translated free of charge. REES, ANNETTE Women like to be bossedg try it and see Q Sixty RICHARDS, MARY l'm Popveye, the sailor man, toot! RICHM IRE, DOROTHY Stepping high! RICHMOND, DANIEL "l'm a swell buy,honest." RIDEOUT, BURBANK "Cheerio, old top!" ROTHWELL, DOROTHY Curly locks! ROWE, WILLIAM A little ray of sunshine! RUOSCH, CHRISTINE "Who has seen Ollie?" RUSSELL, GLENN One who knows his own mind. RYAN, KATHRINE A favorite nonetter! SANFORD, PAULINE Cool and cheerful and ready to help! SCHMIDT, FLORENCE She's all right. SHUMAN, SAM Dynamite comes in tiny packages. SCHWARTZ, FLORENCE Line forms to the left, boys! SCOTT, JOHN It's intelligence that counts. SEARIGHT, DELLA She picks 'em up and lays 'em down! SEEGER, LA VON The eccentric fact!- a student! SEELBACK, MARGARET How many tickets, please? SENYOHL, ELBERT A regular fellow! SETH, AUSTIN Just a butterfly! SHEA, MARGARET Duchess! SHEEHAN, TOM Nobody knows what a red-headed creature will do! SHIRAISHI, ELEANOR Who's the interest at Broadway? SHORT, RUTH Sister, can you spare a stick of gum! SKINNER, IRENE Need for redistribution! Sixty-one Q JUNIOR f is is I 6 i 2 m L 4 QW R 51 I 55 W ,Q :ai Lf av'- F 'PF Y K est ,E I f SH "'s ff 3 ia- 'iifii' ,- Ez- ' iii A V- kg A.. 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TERRY, FRANCES A heart to resolve, a head to contriv to execute. TERRY, HELEN A real Home Ec. student! THOMPSON, LUC I LLE Sincerity counts! THOMPSON, PALMER Reserved! THOMPSON, ROBERT Too Much Harmony! TOLLBER. EUGENE He hits the nail on th TRAN, LOUISE What a volleyball player! TRICK. JOYCE An awfully nice trick! TUDOR, JOE Oh, the culprit! TULLOCK. GERTRUDE Speaks softly and smiles sweetly. TURNER, MARGARET Loads of pep and fun! UMOFF, PAUL Prince of tonight! Q Sixty-two e and a hand e head. UYEMENAMI, MOLLY Just about right! VARNUM, NANCY Mademoiselle Modesfel VAUPELL, ROBERT Some anklerl VICARY, EMILY The hiker of hikers! von HERBERG, JOHN "I really am bashfulf' WAGNER, CARL For men only! WALLACE, EDNA What a Trouper! WALLACE, EDWIN Good intentions. WARD, ADELE Plenty of poise! WATSON, GRACE Just a little home-body l?l. WELCH, LELAND "I'm a trombone player." WELLINGTON, KATHRINE Katy-did, did she? WELLONS, LAUREN By force of his own merit- he makes his way. WESTCOTT, PHYLLIS Oh, so serious! WEST, MILDRED A peach ofa girl, we all know. WEVER, RICHARD Oh! Tarzan! WIDMER, HELEN JANE The real stuff-pepper! WILLIAMS, DOROTHY Hers is a place by heredity. WILLIAMS, LOUISE Some cupids use arrows- some traps! WILLMAN, MILDRED Sweet and winsome, yes, sir! WILSON, RICHARD Pep?+Sure, he plays in the band! WOODS, LOIS Frankl in's Jessica Dragoneffe. YASUNABU, JANET Some class! YOUNG, FRED Accentuafed! Sixty-three Q JUNIORSO J,Q,:: Q, Qfi. 9 E J ' ifsfzf J fn I i'iJi ,,, 1 X ' ...Ns , . L. ,..: 'U , I ' V ,Q '... :J iii... 6 E5 A ., ,ax .4 W L A ,. ' K - Q f :: :5,.' mg? xxx. A i -Q sl RQ ' ,M ik J ffl , z ' Ft. 5351 I . 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Seniors . attended the movie . a nominal fee was charged . a silent picture . but enjoyed by all who saw it . had a football idea at another meeting . for speaker presented Coach Reed . gave a Sophomore party . showed a movie first . the party carried out "The Last Round-Up" idea . Girls' Club work . joining many clubs . serving on many-committees . Sophomores found in almost every activ- ity in Franklin . Sophomore boys well represented in all fields of athlet- ics . they made the first teams in football . basketball . baseball . made third place in inter-class basketball. made third also in inter-class track . were not very successful in inter-school basketball . ended eighth . plucky fighters . class worth watching . some students showing unusual ability . Douglas Dean . president . conscientious . hard worker . all- active in school. interested in their class . Miss Doheny . adviser . lead- ing class on to even fresher and greater victories MISS DOHENY FRED HOEPPNER Adviser Secretary Il DAN SEDGWICK MARION CLARKE Vice President II Treasurer II ,... if-si.. .E is 5 4. ts so - Sixty-seven Q Accetturo, Louie Accola, Velma Adams, Dwayne Albrecht, Joyce Altier, Charles Anderson, Margaret Anderson, Taylor Andrews, Gale Antonino, Lena Appleby, Faith Armstrong, Cecil Aspria, Norma Auker, Byron Avison, Catherine Backmayer, William Bailey, Robert Baker, Agnes Baker, Helen Barmuta, Arcady Barto, Bob Bartosch, Joe Bass, Jane Bass, Ruth Bassett, Roger Baumgart, Henrietta Baur, Leonard Beall, Imogene Beck, Harry Beck, Thelma Bell, Dorothy Bell, Frank Benedetto, Josephine Beppu, Hero Berry, Harry Biggs, Winifred Bigley, Harry Blair, Douglas Blank, Gordon Bockstall, Helen Bonney, Delberta Borella, Lenore Boswell, Leonard Botts, Marie Bowden, Edward Bowser, Betty Bradshaw, Charles Bredice, Florence Brenner, Edith Brewin, John Bright, Jack Brown, Bill Brown, Catherine Brown, Ernestine Brown, LeRoy Brown, Leslie Brown, Ruth Browne, Martha Brunswick, Bonnie Bruun, Harold Bugenhagen, John Burns, Mary Lou Burton, Marion Butler, Donald Byers, Gloria Callahan, Dan Campagna, Virginia Carbon, Leonard Carlson, Evelyn Castleton, Rhea Q Sixty-eight Centioli, Gill Chinn, Lester Chriest, Julia Clark, Bevan Cicchetti, Marguerite Clarke, Marion Clausen, Bill Clemmons, Monte Close, Philip Cluckey, Mildred Colasurdo, Lucy Cole, Gordon Colello, Jerry Collins, Alice Collins, Mae Collins, Russell Colagrossi, Mike Condie, Frances Connerton, Eugene Constable, Margaret Corak, Anna Corey, Hazel Corkery, George Corner, Edith Corning, Albert Coulon, Gene Cox, Alice Crawford, Desmond Crays, John Crimmin, Wilbur Croxton, lsabelle Currington, Kathleen Cushman, Lilly Cyr, Joseph Cyr, Virgil Czarniecki, Irene Daly, Francis Danielson, Dorothy Davies, Dorothy Davis, George Davis, Madeline Dawson, James Day, Edna E. Dean, Douglas Deitch, Earl DeLappe, June Delo, Perry Delzer, Billy DeMarco, Helene Dematis, Josephine Dennis, Irving Dennison, Herbert Dimmitt, Bob Donald, Alice Dorr, Buford Doyle, Eileen Dyer, Lois Eastman, Robert Eaton, Eleanor Echigoshima, Margaret Eckhardt, Wesley Edwards, Winifred Eguchi, Yasushi Elder, Luanna Ellez, Lincoln Ellingsen, Jack Elmquist, lngrid Elshin, Alex Elsner, George Enselman, Fred Ergeson, Harvey Eronemo, Josephine Eshon, Jane Etter, Harold Evans, John Fairbanks, Gertrude Fallon, Gerald Fargher, Margaret Fasano, Frank Faunce, Jim Fazio, Mary Ferraro, Mary Ferrell, Helen Finnamore. Bernice Finne, Norman Fish, Melmae Fives, Ed Folino, Mike Fornaciari, John Forte, Olivia Foster, Rowland Fowler, Helen Frandsen, Leonard Frandsen, Orlan French, King Fujimoto, Benjamin Fyfe, Bob Gabie, Jean Galianese, Dominic Gallo, Mitchell Garbarino, Anita Gary, Willis Genzale, Bettina Gerhardt, Helen Gervais, Margaret Gibson, Gordon Gilbertson, Mary Gill, Winifred Gilleland, Jim Gillman, Pearl Glahe, Mary Louise Gleason, Patsy Glover, Alan Godman, Joan Goe, Perry Goldsmith, Gilbert Gorman, Dorothy Graham, Melvin Gregory, Richard Grendahl, Alice Grenville, Molly Gronvold, Finn Grover, Jean Hall, Louise Hamamoto, Yoshio Hand, Lois Hansen, Keith Hansen, Shirley Hara, Norio Harnan, Virginia Harrinston, Ida Harris, Mary Harrison, George Harrow, Elaine Hayasaka, Tatsuro Hayashi, Eugene Haynes, Bill Head, Helen Head, Herbert Healy, Ellis Healey, Eunice Hebner, June Held, Verna Hellenthal, Elizabeth Hemphill, Joyce Henderson, Alyce Henderson, Irene Henry, Sam Herberholz, Anna Hill, Jean Hoelting, Al Hoeppner, Fred Hoffman, Charles Holm, Maxine Honnold, Royal Hopp, Jim Houde, Leslie Howe, Samuel Howie, Carmelita Hudgings, Mary Hughes, Fred Hume, Bertha Humphreys, Doris Hoyt, Frances Iodence, Harold lsacson, Bob lsacson, Dorothy ltza, Mary Lou lwasaki, Chika Jensen, Mariann Jensen, Paul Jeremias, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Norman Florence Helen Herman Hugh Mary Jane Johnston, Thomas Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Julia Lorena Jones, Sam Kageyama, Noboru Kaminishi, Amy Kauffman, Grace Kawaguchi, John Kawasaki, Masae Kelley, William Kelly, Norah Kendai, Yoshiko Kennedy, Bob Kennedy, Edward Kerr, Charles Kieswetter, Harvey Kiger, William Kleinoeder, Mary Kliaven, Emma Kluh, Louise Knemeyer, Lloyd Knoblauch, Leigh Knowles, Arthur Krape, Ralph Kreuger, Helen Kuchin, Lawrence Kvindlog, Darryl Langdon, Locke Larson, Ruth Leipper, James Sixty-nine Q 3,5 608, i-3 nv- OPHOMOR 0 af sw E5 it ,qv 'W-i CSOPHOMORES :Wi ,sun l Q 8 Leivers, Josephine Lemke, William Lennon, Raymond Levine, Staney Levy, lrwin Lewis, Audrey Lewis, Jack Leyritz, Frank Lindbergh, Frank Linclman, Lucile Lindsley, Harry List, Phillip Lubetich, Marguerite Ludwig, Alma Luke, Mary Lurie, June Lutes, Carl Lyford, Richard Lynch, James Lyons, Margaret Macauley, Elsie Macchia, Eleanor MacDonald, Eleanor Mackay, Doris MacSlarrow, Jack Malcomb, Lorraine Maletta, Tony Malstrom, Dorothy Marlow, Virginia Martin, Calvin Marx, Douglas Maurer, Edward Mawdsley, Donald Mayeda, Taye McAllister, Andrew McCaffery, George McCall, James McCloud, Billee McDonald, Frank Mclntyre, Neil lVlcNab, Robert McNally, DeElda Meikeliohn, James Meissner, Lois Menzel, Earl Michelson, Donald Miller, Doryanne Miller, James Miller, Jean Miller, Marshall Miller, Thomas Mills, Shirley Milovich, Mitchell Mitchell, Patricia Mole, Donald Mooney, Jack Moore, Merle Moore, Richard Moore, William Moore, Winifred Morgan, Jean Morgan, Norma Mork, Bob Morris, James Morris, Lucille Morrison, Genevieve Mueller, Dick Mullins, Golda Q Seventy Murphy, John Murphy, Juddy Murray, Jean Murray, June Murray, Margaret Murry, Edna Myklebust, Mary Nakatani, Roy Nelson, Elsie Nelson, Margaret Neupert, Teddy Nichols, Edwin Nielson, Bob Noon, Henry Nosich, Mildred O'Brien, Bob Okada, Mary Okamoto, Hisaka O'Keefe, Joan Oliver, June Olson, Esther Olson, Lester Olund, Marjorie Oshio, Rosemary Osthus, Henry Osthus, Roy Palmquist, Lloyd Parker, J. 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Parks, Alice Partridge, Lucille Pascoe, Norman Patricelli, Mike Patricelli, Philip Paull, Jim Paulson, Earl Pearce, Ted Pearson, Robert Pell, lviary Pence, Raymond Perrigo, Berniece Peters, Frank Peterson, Philip Peterson, Robert Pike, Mary Pixley, Marjorie Pollard, Dorothy Pommer, Clifford Pope, Herbert Powell, Dwight Powell, Edward Pratt, Irving Preece, Grace Price, Howard Priestley, George Probst, Jack Prowse, Margaret Punches, Melvin Raabe, Billy Rafferty, LaVonne Rash, Marie Rasmussen, Virginia Raymond, Bob Redmond, Anne Richards, Margaret Ricketts, Bob Ricketts, Ernest Riggs, Dorothy Roberts, Kathryn Robinson, Herbert Robson, Margaret Rogers, Harrison Rolin, Beverly Rosella, Josephine Rounds, Jess Rowe, William Royce, Jean Rubini, Edith Russell, Glenn Sanders, Kenneth Saunders, Rernulus Schechterle, Dorothy Schiller, John Scholtens, Minnie Schultz, William Schumann, Ed Scott, John Scott, Muriel Scripture, Chrissie Scruby, Annabelle Sedgwick, Dan Seelbach, Robert Seim, Charles Sefm, Charlotte Sellers, Theodore Senn. Mariorielea Shaffer, Donald Shamek, Al Shaner, Peggy Sharp, Hazel Shaver, Dorothy Shaw, Bob Shea, Margaret Shepard, Robert Simmonds, Jessie Sirnonson, Ella S'ms, Gadys Singleton, Elizabeth Sliger, Earl Slocum, Margaret S'otnick, Esther Tallmadge, Marjorie Taylor, Dave Taylor, Margaret Tedford, Bill Telfer, Sara Thomas, Phil Thompson Billy Thompson, Bruce Thompson, Donald Thompson, Donald D. Thompson, Harriett Thompson, Jane Thomson, Grayce Tod, Peggy Todd, Edward Todd, Thomas Torelli, Pat Toribara, Mary Touchette, Albert Tran, Louise Treit, Lucy Trentor, Marie Tufarolo, Liberino Tulip, Mildred Turner, George Twarclus, Wanda Uchida, Kinuko Vaivados, Anne Vanvick, Roy Varnum, Nancy Velde, Dolores Vicary, Emily Viele, William Vogeler, Margarete Wade, Mary Ellen Wake, Dick Walker, Elizabeth Walsh, Elaine Watrous, Arthur Watson, Ernest Werner, Laurence Wesley, Roberta Smith, Edna Smith, Eugene Smith, Jeanette Smith Mary Smith, Phyllis Smith, Virginia Soriano, Rupert Spagnole, Norma Spencer, Shirley Stelma, Russell Stetson, Scott Stevens, Howard Stevenson, James Stocking, Wilbur S'o1ehocker, Gertrude Stream, Marcella Studley, Dick Sturdevant, John Sugawara, Ruth Sullivan, William Sunderland, Denis Suyama, Shoichi Svarz, Al Swain, Florence Swan, Glen Sweeterman, Lou Edna Westing, Carolyn Wharnsby, Jeanne White, Mary Helen Whiting, Jack Whitlatch, Jean Wicklund, Betty Wienker, Carl Wilke, Dawson Williams, Herbert Williams, Lois Williams, Margaret Wilson, Robert Winkler, Gilbert Winkler, Katherine Wise, Arthur Worth, Al Yaba, Galicano Yamaguchi, William Yamasaki, Ken Yoda, Hayao Yoneyama, Fukiko Yorio, Achille Young, Fred Young, Jack Young, John Zugehoer, Jeanne Seventy-one Q SOPHOMORE rw 3 .ix As a little child sends forth a toy craft abroad into the adventurous World of the Unknown so do we building toward our distant goal send forth dreams rw.. hopes-and aspirations . - . .-4-s. ,-.. .- .,..-.,--, 1 ,,1.,,i , 'fgflasgiyxa ,, X ?"!fg-221 gs Z? -C- , 1 fgilj ' , f1 A aff.: i .gc Q. . X- Alyyaf ...'::xLFk- UM- FRESHMENO y - K E ,.,, V J.. W .... .W h W I ' al I BILL BRYAN MISS WALTZ JOHN REARDON President Adviser Treasurer BOB JONES BILL SMITH Vice President Secretary F R E S H lvl E N Beginners . young . first year in high school . entire change from for- mer type of schooling . eager to learn . timid . afraid to ask . making mistakes . blundering through ignorance of the regulations . learning by experience . organizing their class . electing officers . putting their confidence in their president . Bill Bryan . he is deserving of all the confidence reposed in him . showing ability to lead . choosing their class colors . after much consideration deciding on red and white . largest class in school . boys showing fine athletic spirit . as evidenced by their fine turn-out for sports . there were thirty-two that turned out for football . the largest group of all . for basketball there were fifteen that turned out . baseball did not have such a large group . having only three . for track . which rated the second largest group . had twenty- five . golf only had four . plenty of good material for Coach Reed to work from . next year many of these boys will probably make first teams in a great many of these sports . the Freshman girls showed interest in ath- letics also . having Freshman soccer . they were also "little sisters" to then Senior girls . Girls' Club gave a party for Freshman girls . all girls enjoyed themselves immensely . a good way of getting acquainted with other Freshman girls . class meetings full of interest . one Fresh- man party . large attendance . good time provided for all . all displaying enthusiasm for their excellent class . Miss Waltz . adviser . quite youthful herself. thus able to understand their problems . helping them over their hardest year . good luck, class of '37 . may you have four happy high school years. Seventy-five Q RESHM rf!! Aalto, Siliio Adelman, Wilhelm Albachten, Annette Allan, George Allen, Dorothy Allison, Betty Allyn, Mary Ames, Phyllis Anderson, Howar Anderson Jean Anderson Kather Anderson, Melvin Anderson Paul Anderson, Sylvia Anderson, Vivian Ando, Takashi Angel, Eldoria Armstrong, Ottie Arness, Alice Ball, Leslie Ball, Warson Ballard, Gertrude Balser, Katherine Barabas, Anita Barnes, Robert Barto, Caroline Beanche, Violet Beaudreau, Henry Beck, Chester Beck, Phyllis Behrens, Leo Belta, Alice Beltz, Jack Bender, Edward Berg, Lawrence Berglund, John Berry, Adele E-ielman, Dale Bilkov, Elizabeth Bissett, Ralph Bogne, Marie Bostwick, Richard Boyd, Elizabeth Brand, Doris Brasfield, Joan Brewer, Billy Brodhern, Albert Brown, Elsie Browning, Alvin Bryant, Betty Bryenten, Jack Buirstatte, Frederick Burbick, Louis Burne, Betty Burns, Bob Burroughs, Irene Buse, Mary Helen Butchy, Howard Byrne, Mary Byrnes, Larry Byrnes, Bud Callahan, Ruth Camp, Donald Cantrill, Fred Capaletti, Lee Cappaletto, Mike Carbon, Peter d ine Q Seventy-six Carlson, Richard Carstensen, Art Carstensen, Don Casey, Robert Castrow, Edward Cates, Clair Chaffee, Hugh Chelehi, Mary Chevara, Bertha Chicketti, Annie Chicketti, Victoria Chinn, Eva Chinn, Josephine Clark, Clarence Clark, Truman Clemen, Charles Coggins, Marion Colagrossi, Angelina Colasurdo, Mike Collier, George Collins, Bernard Comby, John Cook, Dorothy Cook, William Corak, Amelia Corak, Eva Corning, Edith Cousins, Lorraine Covey, Douglas Cowan, Lorraine Cratty, Alfred Crawford, Sylvia Crew, Gertrude Crisman, Eileen Crougham, Cho C. Cryer, Warren Cushman, Floyd Cuthill, Jimmy Daly, Jean Davies, Verna Davis, Gertrude Davis, Roy Day, Edna Deady, Marie De Chesne, Jeanne Decker, Grace Delo, Teddy Delzer, Jean Dennison, Margaret De Suler, Vincent Dibb, Dorothy Dickerson, Treva Di Julio, George Dimmitt, Mona Dinzart, Arthur Dishman, Bob Donadel, Lena Donohoe, Ed Dornberger, Lambert Doshen, Mary Dowing, Leslie Du Bois, Jeannette Du Bois, Wilbur Duncan, Gordon Duncan, Mary Dupea, Grace Eddy, Mary Edwards, Ray Eide, lola Eide, lona Ekblom, Betty Ellis, Bill Eng, Lawrence Engstrom, Eleanor Enselman, Jane Enselman, Raymond Equichi, Eugene Erickson, Elmer Erwin, Bob Eskeson, Una Evans, David Fagan, Cathrine Fairhurst, Marion Falconer, Margery Fannan, Royal Farnan, James Farrow, Ernest Founce, Louis Favasula, Carrnela Finley, Jack Fischer, Augusta Fisk, Agnes Fives, Collins Fleming, Gould Fliechmann, Joseph Florian, Martha Fogelquist, Helen Forte, Joe Forza, Alice Fossas, Georgiana Forverg, Eldride Freer, George Fry, Bill Fullerton, John Gale, George Gallagher, Patricia Gardener, Marion Gast, Geradine Gatz, Evelyn Giffith, Bob Gilleland, Jane Gilmore, James Gilmore, Harry Gleason, Robert Goe, Harry L. Goglio, Minnie Golden, Evelyn Gough, Ruth Gould, Dorothy Granstrorn, Gordon Grant, Violet Gratis, Margaret Gratteri, Bruno Grayson, Helen Gregorie, Margaret Green, Leonard Green, Walter Hall, Eleanor Hamlin, Donald Hanscom, Jack Hanson, Harriet Harmon, Betty Harmon, Beth Haroldson, Margaret Harris, Royal Harrison, Ross Harth, Lois Harvey, Vivian Hatfield, Doreen Haugen, George Haverty, Marguerite Hayashi, Joe Hayton, Bob Heaten, Dan Heater, Bobby Henderson, Art Hendricks, Leslie Hendricks, Riba Hendrickson, Jules Herridge, Ralph Hickman, Charles Hickman, Wayne Higano, lko Higano, Shizuko Hind, Alfred Hodges, Hoffa, B John ill Holbrook, Grace Holden, Robert Horikowa, Kiyoko Horsley, Maxine Hoxsworth, Curtis Huges. Raymond Hughes, Hughes, Albert Vernia Humphrey, Marion Hundley, Wynne lke, Yuri ltza, Rose Jackson, Doris Jackson, Jean Jackson, Walter Jenkins, Mabel Jensen, Dorance Jensen, Harold Joanis, Juanita Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Bill Johnson, Frank Johnson, Hazel Mae Johnson, Inge Johnson, Sidney Johnson, Walter Johnson William Johnston, Marie Johnston, Mildred Johnstone, Mathew Jones, Bobby Jones, Helen Joyce, Lela Kaczar, John Kakehashi, Hiroto Kalheim, Dorothy Kamchachi, Jimmie Kanazawa, John Karch, Mary Kashiwagi, Mae Kawoguchi, Kenneth Keene, Clifford Seventy-seven Q ESHMENO OFRESHM Keller, Rosemary Kellough, Lillian Kennedy, Eleanor Kerzie, Theodore Kimball, Dick Kirby, Evelyn Kirshner, Nona Kitamuro, Toichiro Kohlauer, Henry Kokesh, Margaret Kominski, Anna Krape, Antham Laatz, Grace Lackhorn, Walter Lake, Robert Lally, Thomas Lance, Betty Landrum, Marjorie Lang, Ernestine Larson, Ivan Lass, Cary Lawrence, Charlotte Lawyer, Dorothy Leckband, Madelyne Lee, Reba Le Gate, Harriet Leicht, Ruth Leith, Elton Lewis, Francis Lind, John Lind, Roy Linney, Betty Jane Linscott, Gilbert Lipke, Fred List, Eunice Lonski, Walter Ludwig, Ernest Lumpe, Mary Lumpe, Ruth Macchi, Rose Mackey, Doris MacLean, Donald Maeda, Jane Mahoney, Marcelline Mahoney, Patricia Malaspino, Joe Malven, Lucille Marlatt, William Marsten, Albert Marzullo, Joe Mason, Willard Massie, Eva Matsusaka, Genevieve Mays, Myrtle McAndrew, Robert McBride, Donald McCain, Antoinette McCliIlard, Marian McCusker, Matt McEwen, Kathleen McGilvray, Bill McGuire, Charles McJunkin, Keith McKenney, Robert Mendez, Angol Menzel, Walter Merlino, Ernest Merrill, Ellen Metzer, Wendell Miller, Francis Miller, Shirley Miori, Louis Mitchell, Harry Mockely, Marlene Moore, Cyle Moore, Delbert Moore, lrwin Moore, James Morris, Jean Moses, James Mulligan, Hugh Mulligan, Jean Mundt, Ervin Murray, Dean Murray, Ruth Natale, Marie Natelli, Antoinette Naud, Richard Neils, Marion Newton, Bill Nichols, Clarice Nicolar, Eulalia Nlshimoto, Nasaki Nishimura, Mosae Noah, Billy Nordin, Harold Oakley, Joseph O'Brien, Edward O'Brien, Harold O'Brien, Robert Odman, Bob Odne, George Odolovich, Margaret Okabe, Frank Okabe, Mary Okazoki, Emiko Okazoki, Masayuki O'Meill, Eileen Oquist, Orville Osthus, Thelma Oswald, Laverne Owen, Mary Jane Parson, Donald Patricelli, Joe Patrir, Juliette Patterson, Earl Paulsen, Virginia Paulson, Doris Pease, Lawrence Perry, Jean Peterson, Clinton Peterson, Hardy Peterson, Yvonne Pfligrad, Winton Phypps, Paul Pohl, Margaret Pritchard, Lynn Prong, John McNamara, Mary lreneQuaIsund, Morgan Meacham, James Q Seventy-eight Quisenberry, Juanita Ramberg, Erling Rankin, Evelyn Ratolo, Ada Rea, Merle Reed, Eilzabeth Richardson, Doris Richardson, Earl Richardson, Sidney Richardson, Thelma Richardson, Velma Rider, Norman Robertson, Helen Robertson, Jim Summers, Claude Sweeney, Bill Swensen, Shirley Swidock, Dolores Takagi, Yukiko Takahashi, Hidiko Takezawa, Etsumi Templeton, Lloyd Thistle, La Veran Thomas, Chester Thomas, Jessie Thompson, Alice Thompson, Foster Robichand, Hennriettaqmompson, Malcolm Robinson, Gloria Rolfe, Marie Rotchford, Frank Roulst, Frank Rowland, Morgan Rubini, Stanley Ruden, Arthur Ruff, Mary Runyan, Dick Rush, Mariorie Russell, Dona Russo, Jim Sabattka, Geraldine Sadler, Bonny Jean Samac, Katie Samarzich, Don Sands, Roger Sanford, Harriet Santone, Joe Sauada, Hiroshi Sauber, Jack Sauer, Margaret Schafee, Rita Schmidt, Elizabeth Schmidt, Muriel Thompson, William Tiffany, June Tokareff, George Tokaroff, Tommy Tonkin, Laura Townsend, Ashley Tran, Ray Trimble, Hazel Truscan, Kathrine Tufarolo, Lilia Twedt, Melvin Ulovich, Bud Uomolo, Yoshinori Urlin, Olive Valella. Rose Verahof, Madeline Verhagen, Dick Vistal, Rosa Vicary, Douglas Viele, Morris Vigus, Doyer Vildzunas, Helen Villah, Angelo Voight, Calvin Wada, Merike Schultz, William Fred Wade, Kenneth Scott, George Scott, Joe Seiguwara, Ben Seijas, Henry Self, Fredrick Sergi, Rosi Setsuda, Molly Sewell, Donald Sheeberg, Marguerite Sheehan, Eileen Sherod, William Smith, Edna Smith, Gordon Smith, Jessie Smith, Vern Southard, Franklin Soyeiima. George Spagnole, Woodrow Steel, Viola Stephaners, Paul Stevens, Dorothy Stevenson, Rose Stocking, Lucille Sugia, Frank Sullivan, Patrick Summerlin, Helen Waite, Frances Waldowski, Betty Waldowski, Marge Wall, Shannon Wardrip, Lillian Ware, Dorothy Washburn, Harold Weatherford, Fritz Werner, Alfred West, Frances Whitehead, Reginald Wigg, George Wilhite, Bernice Williams, Alice Williams, Violet Wilson, Clara Wilson, Gleda Wilson, Woodrow Winkler, Robert Wood, Opal Yoshimoto, Ayako Young, Violet Youngs, Ruth Zaknich, Bill Zuisler, Jean Zu a, Vir inia FE- g Seventy-nine Q ,wg N, at gdb ft C53 -u. 5 H i Q,-fm-9 W4-iff, ERA' 161 VL one must know the fascination To be forever young, -the thrill of entering another world, the world of Make-Believe, either as actor or audience. This is Magic! ,if- S. ?I::551g3?PE A ski" 12" 'HEAR Q'-'ii 1 :LZAJ M, I ff ifm qgyyf V .. if 'o f JS? . ,Q bf or ,A ,,-5. 9' ' 'J . -v, i. 'XR' :K ,J 4q.,,J'l-, . ,A XJ, W.-.M f ,Q 5.1 r an N. .B-fd. f! 5, Ex .J N' ., fl, TQ? v 1 PRODUCTION VODVIL Following the trend ot the movies . a musical comedy was produced this year . a University being the background for a hilarious mix-up . Mr. C. B, Buttonbuster . masquerading as his son goes to college . Pro- fessor Pepp is terror-stricken . tearing that the "Reds" are out to get him . he is forever hearing their password . 'lBomsky" . Betty Gardner . the professors ward . loved by both C. B, Buttonbuster and his son . Aunt Minerva Boulder . housekeeper . and a man-hating old maid . jilted on her wedding day . recognizes C. B. Buttonbuster as her old sweet- heart. more comedy is added by the hired girl. and her policeman "boy friend." KNXKX Eighty-three Q PRODUCTIONS SENIOR PLAY A hen-pecked king . a love-lorn couple . all combine to make this year's Senior play one ofthe best . Queen Martha rules the little Graustarkian kingdom . King Eric being a tigurehead . ambitious for her daughter Ann, she tries to force her to marry Prince William of Greck . Ann loves Granton . but he is not of royal blood . her mother is adamant in her refusal to sanction the marriage . the Queen goes to America to raise some money . during her absence the princess plans to elope with Gran- ton . there is a revolution . the King rises to meet the situation . amazed at the result ot his power he marries Ann to Granton . the play was excellently enacted and cleverly directed. Q Eighty-four PRODUCTION OPERETTA Royalty and a Dutch family make "Sweethearts" a comedy of intrigue and complicated love . Sylvia is found in a tulip bed by Dame Paula . owner of the White Geese Laundry . Mike Mikeloviz . conspiring to restore Sylvia to her rightful throne . pretends to be Dame Paula's husband who never returned from war . Lianel a milliner staying at the laundry is mistaken for Sylvia by three comic figures . Hon. Percy Algernon Slingsby . Petrrus Van Tromp . Aristide Canicle . Franz a prince traveling incognito falls in love with Sylvia . she loves Lieutenant Karl . light philanderer . caring more for Lianel than for Sylvia . all is straightened out and the operetta ends happily. Eighty-five Q OPRODUCTIONS .,...,...,,A , i , J A' J at ff- ffsrffff - , ,ziggy W " J xl .... -v-- . 'a FIRST TEAM DEBATERS HART MINER JANE ABERNETHY Six Debates Six Debates GEORGE BUCK EDWARD LEIGH Eight Debates Eight Debates D E B A T E Debate club presidents are: Ed Leigh .first semester . George Buck . sec- ond semester . pins and letters given in accordance to number of debates participated in . meetings every first and third Thursday of each month . held different types of debates . on different subjects . sponsored roll- room debates . Freshman . Sophomore . and Junior inter-school debates .first team tied with Lincoln for second place . Hart and Jane debating together lost to Cleveland and Roosevelt . won from West Seattle and Garfield . George and Ed together won from Lincoln . Broadway . Queen Anne . and Ballard. DEBATE CLUB Itop rowl Miner, Seeger, Owen, Stevens, Duryee, Leigh. l2nd rowl Buck, Fallon, Conway, Rudin, Crimmin. I3rd rowl Egbert, Peters, Clarke, Nordine, Wells, K4th rowl Miss Hart, Abernathy, Rolin, Senn, Brooks, Godman. l5th rowl Pearson, Farmer, Griffith, Hendrickson, Scott, Cameron. , J ii' Q 1 , . , 1' , Q 'fy' ir , f "'+-n,,, , , 4 3,3 QI 4 - we my 7 ' L r 1 'i ,. ..., Zyx? g J li. , .rag X gl l . T , X E 1, -, :V 1: 3. -, , I ,. v M 5 1 2 5 ii? , ' mf L' ..::. sf 5 2 V 4 'affair P EA ' at 1 5 i A 11 f.-- ,, 1 ..,.,., .-514, ,. ., .,., V ' :, Q If . .. H f, Z R 3 Y v .-.,. - I .N WW, . ' 4 ' ,- -, ' , L , 5 E 2 6 " 'S . . Q, i 'i . H 37 I ,H -fr M I 7' its ., ,M I ig, ,mg 5? ' 5433 Q-,I -I . ,.,,., 5- 5, ' . " .Jim 4: H55 5 : 1 ' - ..,., -J , 3,5 J m y ig , , ,- , an W Q fa ,xy , , Wg L, Q is , gs i rf i. V . ,. . f -r ' -, ' -f 3 'H J' 7 E. f' r 253 221212 ...V. . 'L l'ff'?f'5' M xr T 5 ' .,.. :N Txiylr W.-'WA ,STI ,Z i g. ..: :Iv : Q, A ,A . . M it W A :E , . ' " A 1N'wfx"' w5,f,,,,, "fs, .,s-,':2i 1,.i3'?!'.'- f 'W-33:5 , , 2 ' Q Eighty-six PRODUCTIONSO in 2 A -A 5' I ugis wlgifl :Ful l ' A A,,. - J , -: zigii - we A " 'jjjfliiggii V, ' ' TCL . . - " .,., L .. - at " 2:3 . '- 7 K, 3 ' " in - '-" f A 1 k 14 .fn -X ROLL ROOM DEBATERS MARION CLARKE MELVIN LURIE Winner Second Place BEVERLY ROLIN JOHN WAYNE Winner Second Place D E B A T E This is the third year for the roll room debates . good turn-out . thirty- three rolls participating . the debate was won by lO2 . debaters were Marion Clarke and Beverly Rolin . winning the affirmative side of the question . Resolved: That the manufacture and sale of firearms should be controlled by the government . Freshman . Sophomore . and Junior teams . debated in the inter-school debates . four members on the Fresh- man and Junior teams . seven on the Sophomore team . Miss Hart . ad- viser . of all the debating organizations. FRESHIVIAN AND SOPHOMORE DEBATERS lfop rowl Peters, Crimmin, Wells. l2nd rowl Pearson, Scott, Cameron, Clarke, Earheart. iii Eighty-seven Q av A Music! lts exquisite nuances lift one in ecstasy to undreamed of heights to dwell in the enchanting realms ot the imagination. All the poetry, romance and beauty of the world is caught within its mystic web. V isis". sf. - Y - q :, 1 frfuslr i - Lf+1.sm.:1. ,:!'?5f'-T: - 'b asiaeia ffgff- H". 11114 - s wr ' rf i is 5- I Pi 1 2:-if R-LK 1 1 , deign, is-7-N.. ..:. ' MUSICQ '1 .K 45. Q Y ff' L1 . ,,.: , L . . if lf ' ' .7:. ,:. .lr f I ltop rowl Clark, Miller, Lochow. l2nd rowl Nishimofo, Barr. BOYS'QUA ' ...fir " l ,l .. j -T , , 9 I X.. ,V-, u I a r. Y R l , . 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Mk- lto rowl Schwartz Bigham, Hoyt. l2nd rowl Ryan, Miller, Williams, Gallant. l3rd rowl Almer M155 Elledge, Walkerl G I R L S N O Ninety-one Q ' NETTE USIC FIRST SECTION SENIOR CI-IOIRS This large choir showed exceptional ability in their performances . they sang in assemblies . at the Midwinter concert . in "Sweethearts" . the spring operetta . and in outside social affairs . they practice two periods a week . one credit is given to all those who belong . owing to the large number of students desirous of joining the choir it has been divided into two large groups . the second period Senior choir . and the fourth period Senior choir . try-outs are given by Mr. Blacknell . conductor . for all those wishing to join . leads for the operetta are chosen from these two choirs. SECOND SEC T ION fha M, Q Ninety-two MUSIC! ,.,. ,.....,, M Ma. . ,, fbi .,., , . 7 :nf 24. 'mr- ltop rowl Cyr, Osthus. l2nd rowl Cramer, Dickinson, Harshfield, Taylor, Mills, Mr, Blacknell. l3rd rowl Pommer, Craig, Dinzart, Rounds, Hanscomb, Welch. l4th rowl Fleig, Canavan, Blashfield, Raabe, McDowell, Wilson. l5th rowl Blashfield, Laatz, Nelson, Shaver, Shepard, Gratteri. CGNCERT BAND Anyone playing a band instrument is eligible . practice at 7:45 . three times a week . plays at assemblies . football games . basketball games . and concerts . lVlr, Lawrence Blacknell conductor . one-half credit given. SENIOR ORCHESTRA Thirty-seven instruments . they play tor the operetta . the Midwinter concert . commencement exercises . and assemblies . All-City orchestra . and All-Northwest orchestra . examination is given to applicants. ltop rowl Randall, Sontheimer, Cramer, Osthus, Harshfield, DeBoer, Campbell, Norton, Cyr. l2nd rowl Dickinson, Kaczor, Houde, Copeland, Watrous, E. 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H ' 1' - V ' . w f fri- ,f - ,V " wr-1' 1 1 PRES TOLO ANNUAL EARL SCHENCK MISS BISAZZA Editor Art Director MR, UPTON MISS SHAW Financial Director Adviser PRESS ADVISERS AND EDITORS Advisers and editors of the two journalistic enterprises in Franklin . Miss Shaw . adviser of Tolo Annual. aids the staff in carrying out its duties . also trying to keep peace between faculty and staff. Miss Bisazza . art director . suggesting the theme . helping with the introductory write- ups . doing her best to make this year's art completely different from that of any other year . Mr. Upton .financial director of the Annual . budgeting the Annual. collecting money . "doing the most on the least" . correcting the grammar of the write-ups . Earl Schenck . Editor . plan- ning the Annual . preparing the "dummy" . outlining tasks for the rest to do . doing the hardest work himself. yet maintaining an "A" average in school work . Mary Pearl Mosley. Managing Editor of theToloWeekly for the first semester . special writer the second semester . editor of "Missy Muses" . put out an excellent paper . also maintaining an "A" average in school . Marguerite Johnston . Assistant Editor the first semester . quiet yet efficient . put out an excellent paper also . Mr. R. J. Handy . business adviser . handles circulation and advertising . teaches Newswriting I . instills journalistic tendencies in those entering journal- ism for the first time . then passes them on to . Mr. R. C. Johnston . ad- viser of the Weekly . members of his Newswriting ll are reporters for the paper. ToLo WEEKLY MARY PEARL MOSLEY MR. JOHNSON News Editor I Editorial Adviser MARGUERITE JOHNSTON MR, HANDY News Editor II Business Adviser V- ' H " - , ' .Y g 'NW A E I I i I A feet! Ninety-seven Q RE SS TOLO ANNUAL hdenwory book for the students . pictures ot favorite teachers . friends . clubs . dramatic pro- ducHons.tootbaH.basketbaH.basebaH.tennE . and other sports . Seniors list their activities tor the last four years . memories never to be lost . art work done by two! talented students . photography done by a student also . truly a book for those interested in Franklin activities. ALOISE SCHARMAN Associate Editor BILLIE LEWIS Senior Editor DOROTHY JOHNSON Junior Editor BILL JAYNES Sports Editor QM or A 3 K K, Jil.. , ' fi' ,sr' A gs y y, , Wi :C XT DAN LAGOZZINO Circulation Manager f A --W ' oAvE NORTON " ,W Advertising Manager As I A . ,,.. ' NOBUTAKAIKE V. , -A Photographer Q g I RAE MEDBY lm' Cartoonist " , PATRICIA BARTO j i Co: Art. Editor Eg 5 5, KNEELAND BATE . .,, AA f uuxlul - .,,. 1 Q01 A,-1 Editor Q Ninety-eight TOLO WEEKLY Interviews . editorials . news-stories . feature stories . by-lines . dead-lines . aspiring young journalists . turning out copy . sending a paper to press . issuing it weekly . always prompt . al- ways alert . ready for news . staying after school . hard-working group of students doing excel- lent school work . and also handling a fine school paper. BETTY GALLANT Feature Editor II RAE MEDBY Feature Editor II gm PRESSQ WALTER CARBON Sports Editor I, II LOREN MCINTYRE Feature Editor I Special Writer II IRENE HAGERSTROM Girls' Sport Editor I ELM ER YATES Associate Sports Editor I ALIX GILLIS Associate News Editor I GRETCHEN DARLING Special Writer I, II VERNON JOHNSON Business Manager ll VIRGINIA LEE Business Manager I, Il Ninety-nine Q 3 f iw YET' Q 1- .Zi sfifwi ff? : "Gr -1 ' -53.22-Q as " 'F1f?i1'.22fr Ei " fig 1. 'f "- :ie V .I 7 The game draws the entire school into a unit, creates team work, keen judgment and leadership. Joy and cheering are the reward of the winning team. Sym- pathetic comradeship is extended to the losers. There is nothing that brings a school's name closer to the heart of a student than a thrilling victory over a strong rival team. xr .rl -, DOUGLAS KIRK. Although he did not put out any championship teams this year, Coach Kirk turned out teams that were feared by all other coaches in the city. His football squad dampened the title hopes of mighty Lincoln and the basketball team dashed the aspirations of Roosevelt. Always to be depended upon to put out first division teams, Coach Kirk is expected to bring home the bacon in the hoop league next year. RALPH REED. Frosh and Soph basket- ball, Frosh football and the baseball teams coached by Ralph Reed have always been title contenders. For many years he has produced a cham- pionship team in one of these activ- ities, but this season, unless the base- ball team comes through with the championship, will result in this fine record being smashed. Even though Coach Reed's Frosh basketball squad did not win the title, it defeated both the teams in the titular playoff. RALPH KNAPP. Ranking with the best golf coaches of the city, Coach Knapp, with his record of finishing in the top division for five consecu- tive years, appears to be going to top that record with a championship team. Up to press time, the golf team has played six matches and won all of them. GRANT LAIZURE. Upsettingall dope buckets, Coach Laizure really put out a team that should give any of the ranking teams a close struggle. Early season practice at the Seattle Tennis Club, where Laizure is a pro- fessional, helped the future Tildens to find their stride. Coach Laizure will be greatly aided next season by having home courts at Franklin. One Hundred Three Q ATHLETIC DOUGLAS KIRK Football, Basketball, Track RALPH REED Baseball, Football, Basketball RALPH KNAPP Golf GRANT LAIZURE Tennis THL ED LYNCH, Fullback The best defensive player on the squad, Ed was one of the chief reasons why the Quaker oppo- nents failed to score frequently, His return is welcomed. ROY NAKAGAWA, Guard Playing all-city ball in every game, Roy cinched that coveted position. Elected as next year's cap- tain. Roy will return for further conquests. Franklin 0, Ballard 6 JOE COLASURDO, Halfback As Franklin's high scoring halfback, Joe was the one who could plunge those last few yards, He will return for more touchdowns next season. DOUG THOMPSON, End Named "Cyclone" because he terrorized all op- ponents with his ability to snag passes and go for scores, Doug will be missed next season. BOB ROBlNSON, End-Fullback Bob was an all-around playerg a good punter, place kicker, runner, and passer, He pulled the team out of many tight places by his fine kick- ing. He returns. Franklin 0, Broadway 0 LOUlE SMITH, End Just one of a great number of ends, Louie was a hard fighter who made opponents know they were tackled, He will also graduate. BILL O'BRlEN, Center-Captain Awarded the Warner Trophy for his inspirational playing, O'Brien was also one of the defensive stars. Calling all the plays, he proved an able field general, His place will be hard to fill, ROY TULIP, Tackle The third member of the O'Brien-Nakagawa- Tulip combination, Roy was responsible for the breaking up of many of the opponents' running plays. He graduates. Franklin 0, Lincoln 0 GILL CENTIOLI, Tackle By being built close to the ground, Centioli strengthened the line a good deal. Only a Soph- omore, Gill will return to bolster the line next year. RAY DE BOER, Tackle A hard-hitting and scrappy fighter, Ray knew his business when tackling his opponents. Noth- ing spectacular but being very steady, Ray's po- sition will be difficult to fill, Q One Hundred Four L i JOHN FORNACIARI, Guard Although only a Sophomore, John, by his steady playing and sincere effort, made himself an im- portant cog in the grid machine. John will re- turn, BEN STAEGER, Guard Having two years' experience on the second team, Ben played good football when he was battling for the Green Wave. Staeger will grad- uate. Franklin l3, West Seattle 0 HERB GRIBBLE, Quarterback The fastest player on the squad, he did most of the running and kicking for the Quakers. Herb featured the game with his sensational end sweeps. Herb returns next season. TOD HANSEN, Quarterback Because he was light, Tod was handicapped for a position as quarterback on the Green Wave squad. When in the game, Hansen played heady ball, He will be missed. FLOYD CUSHMAN, Quarterback By far the lightest player on the squad, Floyd made up what he lacked in weight, in speed and fight. A Freshman, he has three more years of competition. Franklin 7, Cleveland O LAUREN WELLONS, l-laltback Although only a Junior, Wellons made an ex- ceedingly good backfield man, hard driving and quick-thinking. Lauren called signals when O'Brien was out of the game. He returns. GEORGE WIMMER, Tackle A hard hitting, fast thinking tackle, George could be relied upon to hold back thrusts at his position. He will return to bolster the '34 squad. ELBERT SENYOHL, End A smart, aggressive player, EI frequently broke up plays before they were well under way. Good on getting down under punts, Senyohl will re- turn. Franklin 0, Roosevelt 6 J. B. PARKER, End-Halfback A husky, fast player, J, B, played good ball when he did play. Being only a Sophomo'e, he will have two more years with the Green and Black. GEORGE BUCK, Head Manager ln charge of all the praiseless work George co- operated with the players and did his part to help the team bring home the bacon. One Hundred Five Q HLETICSO THLETICS .Q 'wc' RC e ltop rowl Kelly, Camp, Copeland, Murphy, Priestly. l2nd rowl Mr. Kirk, Burroughs, Pratt, Bruun, Smith, Olson. Eiird rowl Scott, Kieswetter, Wever, Powell, Bradshaw. SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL Three-way tie for first place . Franklin second team in second position . failing to overcome the three tied occupants of first place . Garfield . Lincoln . Queen Anne . first string players fighting hard for their posi- tions . a creditable record for Coach Kirk. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Coach "Pop" Reed's proteges failing to occupy the top position for first time in three years . losing to the strong Queen Anne Freshmen . tieing Broadway Babes . the Yearlings cooperating well together . Houston . Takareff and Murray outstanding players. ltop rowl Leight, Granstrom, Hawkins. l2nd rowl Casey, Samarzchi, Camp, McCusker, Tracy. l3rd rowl Didonato, Smith, Allan, Pagano, Hutchinson, l4th rowl Mr. Reed, Jones, Canavan, Fricks, O'Brien. I,5i'h fowl Fverro, Nordine, Murray, Houston, Takareff. 9 2 i I One Hundred Six GENE COULON, Guard, By his unfailing check- ing, hard fighting and timely shots, Gene, although only a sophomore, made himself one of the more important factors on the squad. Watch him go next year! ELMER YATES, Guard. Due credit should be given to Elmer, who, although not a regular, always displayed a fast, puzzling brand of basketball when in the game, Yates does no? return. DALE CASE, Forward. Although missing the first three games of the season, Dale, by show- ing a classy brand of ball, made an All-City berth and finished second in the league scor- ing. Case will return. ELBERT SENYOHL, Guard-Center. Small in height, El made up for this lacking by "rub- ber legs" and a clever dribbling game. An injured ankle slowed up SenyohI's pace later, Another returning letterman. BOB MASENGA, Forward. Harpo was the per- sonification of fight throughout the season: besides a thorough checker and a real team player. Bob's sensational swishes will be missed. NORMAN MARSH, Forward. By being a spark- plug of the team, Coney speeded up the team's offensive playing greatly. Fast, clever and steady, Norman made fine use of his ability. He graduates. PHIL FOX, Center. A tall, aggressive player, Phil used head and height when needed. Very accurate on foul shots, fast on tip-off plays and cool during the game, Phil will be missed, BOB FRASER, Guard. Breaking into the lineup after two of the second round games had been played. Bob quickly made up for lost time with his sure-fire shots from the center, He returns. BURT GLAZIER, Center. Using his six-foot three to a marked effect, Burt had a fine sea- son until an injured hip somewhat cramped his style. His height was an asset to the Quakers. Burt graduates. LOUIE SMITH, Guard. The most dependable player and the mainstay of the squad, Louie always drew the assignment of checking the opponent's star player, Smith always came through in the pinches. He graduates. BOB GRAF, Center. A second team player who found his stride and eye. Outsmarting many of the more experienced league centers, Bob proved that he can go places. Graf will strengthen the '34 squad, HAL RITTER, Guard. Joining the squad in the middle of the season, Hal's steady playing and smart offensive work proved invaluable. Rit- ter's defensive work will be missed next year. RALPH HJELMAA, Forward. Starting out the season as a league scoring leader, Jelly slowed down considerably toward the end of the schedule. However, Hielmaa's classy offensive work will be seen next year. One Hundred Seven Q HLETIC 0 Ik T PI L E T'I C S ltop rowi Mr. Kirk, Fredrick, Murphy, Smart. l2nd rowi Kirkland, Moline, Flagg, Shuman, S ECICDIN D T'E,A N4 B PiS K E'T BIA Ll. Coached by Louis Babich . supers ended in third position . team weak- ened by two members making the first squad . lacking height . for- wards fast but light . forcing first string to be on toes always . will contribute much to a championship varsity next year. S CD P PlCD NA CJl2 E B fX S K E2'i B !X L L Composed of entirely new players . team ending in sixth position . last year's championship Frosh squad failing to add to this year's Sopho- more hoop squad due to ineligibility . although almost regularly taking it on the chin the second team fought hard . considering green material Coach Reed did well. Hop rowl Mr. Reed, Gregory, Sunderland, Brown. l2nd rowl Fasano, Campbell, Frandsen, Fornaci l3rd rowl Collogrosi, McCue, Powell. iam? sqm? an, .PGY Q One Hundred Eight ATHLETICS! Q.. 573' Q' an ,H fs' ltop rowl Copeland, Castro. l2nd rowl Mr. Reed, Hutchinson, Smith, Allen. l3rd rowl Larson, Tokareff, O'Brien, Hill. l4th rowl Di Julio, Houston, Coletti. FRESI-IIVIAN BASKETBALL Frosh tieing for second place . however beating out both Garfield . win- ner . and Broadway . other occupant of second position .failed to make the play-offs by loss of one game . good cooperation among the players . looked best on offensive work . Coach Reed made many substitutions . giving more Frosh players experience for next year's Soph team. YELL LEADERS Spirit . pep . personality . all requisites of a good yell team . keeping the crowds interested at all times .furnishing stunts between halves . en- couraging the players . all jobs that yell kings have to fulfill . this year's team displayed their talents well . sporting new sweaters they made a great impression. ltop rowl Bremer, Wandling, I2nd rowl Devin, Folino, LaVille, Lochow. .,,, 3' Hi W if Sli Q One Hundred Nine Q THLET BOB ROYCE, Half Mile. No one was more sur- prised than Bob himself when he stepped out and saved his first race of the season with re- markable time. Though on the 1932 Soph team, he was missed last season. Now, in his last year he cops places with ease. LEON SOUFFAY, Sprints and Relay. Leon, one of the trio of veteran dash men, has already won his letter. Right in there from the first meet, showing the fans what he can do in his final yelar, Leon is carrying on as second man on the re ay. GEORGE FISHER, Sprints and Relay. Competitors have learned to fear those flashing white shoes of George's, always counted on to lengthen the lead as third baton passer. Often he collects points in the Sprints, George will bear three stripes with him when he leaves in June. FRANK DODD, Sprints and Relay. This cinder- scorcher is collecting stripes as he gamers points for the Quakers, and will be a mainstay of next year's team. Another former Soph All- City flash, he gains the initial lead in the relay, and started point-garnering the first meet in the dashes. CHUCK MURPHY, Hurdles and Broadiump. Up to press time, Chuck has leapt steadily nearer the record, improving much upon last season. Chuck knows how to stretch over that pit, and with another year before him, he may show power in the weak spot of Quaker squads-the iumps. TED SELLERS, High Jump. Ted, a sky climber from the Frosh champs, has shown enough abil- ity at the bar-hopping event to snare his letter. He will return next year to shine brighter in his chosen event. He'll bear watching. HARVEY KIESWETTER, 440. Harvey, an All- City winner from last year's Frosh champions, will bear watching in coming years. This small but mighty Soph has a driving finish and he can be counted upon to snap the tape with the leaders. JACK FLAGG, Hurdles. lt seems as though Jack has finally forced himself to a chance for a letter. He looks good at time of writing. A little more practice will show the former Soph con- tender the way to high class in the sticks. DENIS SUNDERLAND, 440 and Relay. "Built for the distance but likes to sprint" is this swift relay anchor man, Unable to find his stride in the early meets, Denis will continue still faster in the future and has two more years of com- petition. ANDY ZENTKO, Mile. Having hard luck up to press time, Andy shows promise, however. Los- ing a shoe in the first meet, he had no chance to prove himself there. However, he has another year for the Quakers' track squad. BOB HORSLEY, Mile. Although trying hard and always in there. Bob has yet to come through and really go places. However, give Bob credit for his trying effort. Horsley has another year to win his letter. DOUG CONWAY, Mile. The boy who tries to be everything from sports writer to manager. Maginnis-coached Doug blossomed forth as a new found successor to the mighty Dave. Doug, with a little more experience, has the fortitude to run this event as a veteran. Q One Hundred Ten ARNE KIRKLAND, Mile. Appearing suddenly before the first meet, Arne proved himself a promising miler by collecting the first stripe of the i934 season with a win against Ballard, He starts fast through those four laps and keeps it up till the finish. Kirkland returns. JOHN FORNICIARI, Weights. Johnny is another Frosh champ who pushed the cannon-ball and hurled the platter from the circle till he won first team recognition in the weights. Only a Soph, he can be trusted to carry on in the future. ROY TULIP, Weights. Roy will try hard to re- peat his exploit of last season, pushing the 12 pounder to an All-City place, before he gradu- ates. Also slinging the discus, Roy is one of the point-getters of the spike-and-undie squad. Tulip will be lost. IRVING PRATT, Sprints. Up from the cham- pionship Frosh squad, where he showed up fine, lrve has done fairly well in the sprints for the Quakers' first string this season. Not taking any firsts so far, Pratt will have two more years to improve. PERRY WILLIAMS, Pole-Vault. Last year's top man for the Quakers, this high soarer has poled himself to another letter this year. He tries hard against champion opponents, and usually suc- ceeds in bringing home some places. He will be lost to the squad. BILL McNAMARA, Half Mile. From last year's championship Soph team, Bill has become one of the classy trio of 880 men, and will be a powerful threat in this event next year. Show- ing steady improvement, he is a sure place win- ner, Bill can also do things with the discus. FRED STUTFIELD, Hurdles. An All-City place winner in the highs last year, Fred shows better this year, but has had record-breaking compe- tition. Overcoming an old habit of starting the season with injuries, he is being graduated with two stripes as the Quakers' best high hurdler. LOREN MclNTYRE, Halt Mile and Mile. A lone defender of the 880 last season, Loren sparks a trio of half-milers who will bid for the two- mile relay championship, May l9. Not running it regularly, Mac is a threat for an All-City place in the mile. He graduates. LOUIE SMITH, Hurdles. Louie has done a nice iob of timber-topping for the Quakers these two years, and before he graduates, he has gleaned a fine showing of points for the team, He should help the high hurdlers to take a win in the Relay Carnival. GEORGE BUCK, Head Manager. George returned to his beloved tendon-tearers again this year. He does a fine job in his third season as man- ager, and will be awarded a stripe for his trou- bles and hard work. One Hundred Eleven Q HLETICSQ THLETICS , . . . ,1,, l -:fx I .... -cj"-z .- be U T .. . I , .. sa... n . fin? k A i f ' , 1 for -. 57. ,ii - ,F - :FII . ,UQZTMTTIL J 5 ' M ggi., gg.-an N f::.,.fLf:1 if -as Eftk . 53' M ' ,grgff ' if y vii - fi -f ,L ' 'if 1: .J 'x""WK7"-Mwwvrzw , l A gg. , " ,J -. -.s-at 4 gm: at .aefgf as , 4' of 'fl' A N 'tr 1 , 1 M ,A 't 'S 2 h 622' F ,243 115 ,+. -1' - ' JJ , ,.,. .. . V I l . J 1, - , .,., . 3 ,Q r V - - in 1- - A sg ' , tw .rf kv 1 we ' f . 2.1.1221 K' jsxgjql 5:41 We h - ". , Q.. agua.. . fvsw -.,. .1 . 1i 1 we R E? 15 'P -sy . fe Q . , "' 5 1 'fr- 91,1 i i . Z if 4. if 3 LQ: iii 'Nia 'J 43 im. E . 5 it -ilr if 33313 . ' if 8 .,5a?aa.M'2r'?s "7 3?,Q-23' i..'ff:-5?'?M1a - .-eggs' Q- X.. i 1 si. K' ii, rf 5254 . '- 5235.52 f. Y ki!! ,f:,i'U7 fi' .4222 3 , gm, fi. ig A ' iii? 3.32 'Is I: ' .f fi is ' -Q - W 5z':a"'f"'5Xj4i1f'W , t' ' kc,a,,.rvhf' fs" Y ' .ze-QQ 1' 44 if N- '- as ,, if ar' K .uf D ..- c i ' SE rf' i -J' A, gg, ' ff .,, fl, .11 rg . " . . A .,'.'i's'r ,, . ,fs ge - . .,, JIM GILLELAND, Infielder. An inexperienced player, Jim tried hard but didn't quite come up to the standard set by Coach Reed, Trying to break into a well rounded out infield, Gilleland had quite a iob set out for himself. However, Jim will be an asset to the squad next year to form another well rounded out infield. TONY MALETTA, tricky balls, Tony proved a thorn in the side of many hitters. His only difficulty was in the tact becomes erratic and gives the Pitcher. Throwing a variety of that at times he Coach some uneasy moments. Nevertheless, when he saved the Roosevelt game at a very critical time, his stock went up considerably, Tony returns. BILL 0'BRIEN, First Base. One of the most depend- able hitters on the team, Bill could lay on the ball, and so brought in many runs. Always to be counted on at first base, Bill was essential for many deadly double plays. O'Brien is Franklin's strongest candi- date for an All-City position. Bill's absence will be marked. DICK WAKE, Outfielder. Having gained experience for this season, Dick seldom made an error and proved to be a sincere and steady player. Although not such a strong batter, Wake had a very accurate eye for throws to the home plate, making for a number of outs, Dick will return. J. B. PARKER, Catcher. Rarely missing a pitch and being continually on his toes were but two of the reasons why J. B, made himself such an important factor on the team. By being alive every minute of the game and keeping his eyes open, J. B. made a fine catcher. His return will be welcomed. ELDON CROTHERS, Second Base and Pitcher. By be- ing one of the most experienced players on the Quaker squad, Al displayed his talents well at sec- ond base. Crothers also had one of the strongest throwing arms on the nine. Really wishing to pitch, Al was found to be needed more at the sack job. Crothers will graduate, ED CASTRO, Pitcher. Tough competition which called for veteran hurlers kept Bud out of the early season games, but he has shown great ability and since he is but a Freshman, he will have three more years to strengthen the baseball team. Watch him the next few years. FRED HUTCHINSON, Outfielder. A hard hitting. consistent player, Fred was used to great advantage in the outfield. Only a Freshman, Hutch will display his talents three more years. Rather slow on base running, Fred needs only to speed up at this, and he will be a serious threat on any man's team. PHIL BARABAS, Shortstop. With an unusual dis- play of batting strength early in the season, Phil surprised all when he knocked in a majority of runs, His accurate fielding and strong arm robbed many batters of sure hits, and he was responsible for many double plays. His experience will prove valuable on next year's squad. Q One Hundred Twelve HAROLD RITTER, Catcher. One of the best throw- ing arms of the team was HaI's chief claim to fame. His accuracy and speed proved dangerous for op- posing players trying to steal second. Although not a strong batter, no one tried harder than Ritter. When he did connect he caused a bit of grief. A graduate, AUSTIN SETH, First Base. Bill O'Brien's chief rival for the first sack job, Austin tried hard to do him out of the position. Weak on his batting strength last year, Seth improved considerably but not quite enough for the job. However, Austin will get his letter and will have another year to be the veteran first sacker. HERB GRIBBLE, Pitcher. The great contradiction of the rule that pitchers are very weak hitters, Herb showed rival pitchers what he could do with the mighty bat. Always to be counted upon to line one up to the fence, Herb often won his own ball game by driving in the winning runs. Herb graduates. MITCH GALLO, Outfielder. The fact that Mitch was the smallest man on the team and therfore the hardest to pitch to, he was chosen as Franklin's lead-off man. Although erratic in early season play, due to lack' of experience, he was valuable in squeeze plays, as he was a fast man on bases. Gallo will return next year. HOWARD KLEINOEDER, Inffelder. Franklin's choice for All-City third base coach, Ki proved that he knew the game and put his knowledge to a good advantage, Always in there fighting, Ki has not had much chance to prove himself under fire. Ki will be missed next year. TOM SHEEHAN. Outfielder. His ability to circle the bases in extremely fast time. and to hit steadily in the pinches, made Tom an invaluable player. He lacked experience and suffered a sprained ankle early in the season, but will be on deck to greatly add to the hitting of the '35 squad, and his return will be welcomed. DALE CASE, Third Base. Fine hitting, making sen- sational catches and a steady batter made Dale just as an important cog on the baseball team as on the basketball squad. A mid-season iniury forced him to withdraw to the bench, but he is all right at press time. Batting .'500, Dale wreaked havoc with other teams. He returns. GENE COULON, Outfielder. Although somewhat new to the game, Gene showed a classy style of ball for his first year of competition. Standing well up in the batting averages, and having but few errors chalked up to him, Gene will be a welcome player to the squad next year. JOHN PATRICELLI, Head Manager. One of the best baseball managers in many a year, Pat always was on the field helping Coach Reed. Working hard and always to be depended upon, Johnny should be given due credit for the hardest job of all--man- aging. One Hundred Thirteen Q HLETICSO oA THLETICS ltop rowl Kazcor, Tudor, Fyfe, Campbell, D. Lagozzino, Mr. Knapp. I2nd rowl J. Lagozzino, DiDonato, Norton, Brown, Dean. G O L F T E A M Champions . Franklin's only title . winning all their matches by wide margins . bolstered by tour returning lettermen . Lagozzino . Dean . Royce . Campbell . only one player graduates . Norton . well balanced for next year. T E N N I S T E A lvl Strengthened by a number ot returning lettermen . Franklin . to press date . has played three matches . winning two .losing one . giving Broad- way . probable champions . a close battle . Franklin's net team should finish well up in the running . only two graduating players . Schenck . first man . Mclver . third man. Hop fowl Mclver, Jeremias. l2nd rowl Kelly, Mr, Laizure, Miner. l3rd rowl Lewis, Schenck, Shuman, Thompson. .. . .. , , A il i i. : .WV I F V --1 v.,. , A In A .,,- 55 --,', ""i' 'i" ' s - - .1 ,'V'-' gg 3, ..,, 5 A . "" T I A ,,,. W W . F y . . N -'..,,'i flaw ',. ' f .. .,.,,,. T M , -Y :-- .,"' bi Q One Hundred Fourteen ATHLETIC A ltop rowl Hughes, Desics, Bass, l2nd rowl Higano, Benge, Fisk, Kaplain. l3rd rowl Gast, Horikawa, Fischer, Rex. GlRLS'SOCCER During Freshman year the fall sport for girls . soccer . turnout of sixty green athletes . bubbling over with pep and enthusiasm .fifteen of these girls were awarded places on the first team . these girls will undoubtedly be future leaders in athletics. GlRLS'l-IGCK-EY Autumn comes . and hockey . over a hundred girls turned out after school . to slip and slide on a muddy field . loyal to the school and to their re- spective classes until weather conditions made further playing impos- sible . at which time the finals had to be called off. ltop rowl Rutan, Larsen, Tran, Johnson, Williams. l2nd rowl Tod, Garrison, Miller, Whitworth, Simmonds, Turner. l3rd rowl Hagerstrorn, Blackmer, Franz, Dyer, Desics, Murray, l4th rowl Flynn, Mahoney, Leivers, Seim, Milovich, Anderson, Smith. lSthl lwasaki, Redmond, Bockstall, Coker, Taylor, Hamada, Uyeminami. . ! One Hundred Fifteen Q QATHLETICS -,X 5: I as , , Q . r I, app I -is-J . 1 5 ' 7 J 43 3 " ' W 1 l V , g i- f I ' ' H 1:4 V. "" ., if-fi 1 A F li' 23.1, f 'W' if it M- J l '- :- .+ 2: ' , 'Z ' . ,. Q i fi A "4 We . ' X ' .,,gfI1 ' .. "WY ' "WP ,W 4- , - 1 rf ., A , A :K Y? :El dh? .,.,. QQ. .... A ,V ii , J 'A" ' ' f ' , f I ,M 1 3, KTW gf x :,,. 4.1.1. , . A. Af 'WI K 1 ,A , I V , ..,. V 7' A :Z L' "'i' fI:::" AM' 'WW "M, .,-.... M ' ,, . f ltop rowl Rutan, Madsen, Larsen, Johnston, Turner, Miller, E. Desics, Terry, Mahoney. l2nd rowj Garrison, Benge, Lackey, Anderson, Johnson, l-lagerstrom, Fisk, l3rd rowl Hand, Todd, Fisher, Butler, Thompson, Lindman, Smith. l4th rowl Horikawa, Chinn, ltza, A, Desics, Dibb, Taylor, Fitzinger. l5th rowl Uyemenami, Rex, Hamada, Martin, Owen, Gast, lwasaki. GIRLS' BASKETBALL ln spite of close competition . Seniors came out victors . turnouts well attended . proving that there is good material tor next year's basketball teams . basketball season always brings out enthusiasm. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Close competition . stamina . outstanding ability . enthusiasm was dis- played in girls' volleyball . excellent spirit managed the Sophomores through a perfect season . steady team work shown in all teams. Itop rowi Blackmer Turner Drazic Garrison, B. Johnson, Miller. l2nd rowl Rutan, J. Johnson, Dibb, Collier, Lindman. l3rd'rowJ Turner, Williams, Desics, Leivers, Bass, Seim. l4th rowl Dyer, Bockstal, Milovich, Olund, Kenny, Fogelquist. l5th rowl Miller, ltza, Anderson, Smith, Uyemenami, Roplain, 27 5 A i t , , f ., , Q -lf QQ , , ,.., .. , A an ' -va'2- ' .5 -J - J A 1 f '- - "" 'l tg, ""'r' . ... li' 'l" ' .--.,, r't- , ffifi'-' iff- r i"" A T i . i "" ,,. . , "" f W ' " '-,. " 'V , ,, - .L 1 V . ' ' 1' i ,,,,. , we A 1- ' ' '-sJsa, A are sls ,,. rJr-Jt J i'i' o H Q A B' "" l l .,., f 'T i" E it Q One Hundred Sixteen ATHLETICS! CHARACTER DANCERS NATURAL DANCERS GIRL-S' DANCING CLUBS Character Dancing . Natural Dancing . Folk Dancing . Tumbling Clubs . draw much interest among the girls . meeting every Monday morning before school . the members of Character Dancing Club find that self- expression is work, but loads of fun . the Natural Dancing Club also gathers at eight o'clock in the morning . the sleepy girls feel that their goal is well worth the work . the Folk Dancing Club remains after school once a week . they learn and practice the dances of each country . the Tumbling Club meets twice a week after school . a lively peppy group of the best tumblers . all of these clubs are called upon to perform fre- quently on various occasions. FOLK DANCERS TUMBLERS .fa J One Hundred Seventeen Q .51 Youth instinctively knows that part of the Art ot Living is to enrich the prosaic, work-a-day world with social amenities. Stimulating contacts with other minds, even charming nonsense occasionally, add to one's mental stature, give laughter lgood for one's soull. Working-planning-building together in courteous, gracious cooperation give one real pride of accomplishment! . .nah xg5i.5:.v1, . gwagiaggx, . -vb ai: f L . "'1E53,1" "ff " j fi." 3 4 ,355 . rc. A df f ,E 2312- SE Allen, Margaret Anderson, Evelyn Anderson, Gus Barto, Patricia Brackett, Georgia Buck, George Carlson, Bernice Carlson, Ruby Christenson, Lucille Collier, Marian Coughlln, Catherine Danielson, Ann Dening, Christina Dibb, June Dice, Cathryn Dodge, Audrey Donaldson, Ethel Eng. Mary Eskesen, Agnes Gatt, Rosemary Gay, Shirley Glahe, Lucille Goto, Tatsumi ORGANIZATIONS .J r J- . 5 -- ,,,,,, ., ' ' W 1 MARY PEARL MOSLEY BETTY JOHNSON President Secretary DAVID NORTON MISS BENNETT Vice President Adviser NIOR HONOR SOCIETY Gruger, George Gunn, Dorothy Hadfield, Ann Hadley, Eleanor Hagerstrom, Irene Humphrey, Edna Ike, Nobutaka Jacobsen, Sylvia Jensen, Margaret Johnson, Betty Johnson, George Johnson, Howard Johnston, Marguerite Johnston, Mary Jolly, Gwendolyn Jones, Doris Jung, Juanita Kawafune, Mary Kioper, Kathryn Kleinoeder, Howard Lambrecht, Jim Lavender, Florence Lee, Virginia sa Leigh, Edward Lewis, Billie Louie, Fannie Lurie, Melvin Matsusaka, Kimi Mclntyre, Loren Mihara, Minoru Miller, Roberta Moen, Alfred Mori, Joan Mosley, Mary Pearl Nilson, Gladys Nishimura, Masao Nishimura, Yoshito Nogaki, Yoshiko Norton, Dave O'Brien, Bill Olsen, Frieda Olund, Howard Palmer, Geraldine Peterson, Donna Pommer, Howard Price, Marian Rolle, Marguerite Sayler, Mary Sawada, George K. Schenck, Earl Shepard, Willis Shepardson, Barbara Sickels, Sadie Slotnick, Beatrice Smailes, Beatrice Sorte, Eugene Tachiyama, Takami Tani, George Tomita, Ralph Tranas, Harriet Vargas, Maria Washburn, Montie Weckworth, June Welty, Frances Williams, Nedra Wilson, Margaret Yamada, Hanae Yates, Elmer Youngs, Stanley One Hundred Twenty-one Q Aus 5 RGANIZATIONS MARGUERITE ROLLE FRANCES WELTY GEORGIE BRACKETT President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary VIOLET ULOVICH MARY JOHNSTON MISS MCCARNEY Vice President Treasurer Adviser G l R L S ' C L U B Youth endeavoring to set high standards . not only scholastic . but ethi- cal . and social . with ideal womanhood the goal . promoting service for others . and cooperative team work . trying to acquaint all entering girls with Franklin . helping to establish interest and enthusiasm . par- ties given for all girls . Quaker Cozy held twice a month . Furnishes helpful and interesting speakers at all the meetings . there are fifty-four committees . under the four main departments which are . Adminis- trative . Service . Program and Entertainment . and Welfare . sponsors Mothers' and Daughters' banquet . gives the vodvil in conjunction with the Boys' Club also . Senior Sisters furnished for Freshman girls . have a vocational conference every year . this year "Air Hostess" had the largest attendance . all girls hear talks given by people who have made a success in their line of work . officers attend a Girls' Club conference at Brownsville . all officers from all the different Seattle high schools attend . they discuss plans . and inspirations of each girl . and try to unify the work of the different schools . the Girls' rest room in ZOZE is maintained for the convenience of girls who are ill . and wish to lie down . needle and thread is there for mending purposes . Marguerite Rolle . president . capable and deserving of the trust placed in her . Miss lVlcCarney . kind and understanding adviser . helping all the girls straighten out their difficulties. Q One Hundred Twenty-two 0 ORGANIZATION 3 T I ' ' - , S22 "" :ez , , - ' , -. -" gil .. ' V ' . l F i Q i ELDON CROTHERS MR. KNAPP HOWARD GAMBLE President Adviser Treasurer LOREN IVICINTYRE HOWARD KLEINOEDER Vice President Secretary B O Y S ' C L U B Youthful leaders of the school. their aim to encourage friendship among the boys . teaching democracy . good fellowship . unselfish service . promote Franklin spirit . and uphold the honor of the school by main- taining a name for clean sportsmanship . the work of this club includes . purchasing and caring for the equipment for the teams . managing the athletic teams . handling all the money . and advertising athletic events . assisting the Pep band . Service club . and intramural athletics . arranging a Boys' Club conference . giving a Fathers' and Sons' banquet . it is one of the biggest entertainments of the year . given in honor of the football lettermen . the boy chosen for the Warner cup trophy an- nounced at this banquet . prominent men . coaches . and leading boys of the school speak . eleven committees under Boys' Club . they are . Entertainment . Publicity . Friendship . Exhibit . Green Book . Lunch- room . Scholarship and Vocational . Inter-school Sports . Standards . Tickets . Intramural Sports . send advisers to all grade schools in the district . give talks to the eighth grade graduating classes . Eldon Crothers . president . real model for all underclassmen to pattern after . Mr. Knapp . earnest new adviser . willingly gives time to all boys that are needing help . conscientiously trying to do the best that is possible. One Hundred Twenty-three Q RGANIZATIONS we ltop rowl Michaelson, Hewitt, Todd, Nichols, Yamaguchi, Butler, Levine. l2nd rowl Mr, Griffin, Wharnsby, Kaufman, Moore, Brigat. IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE Keeping the school attractive . removing all waste paper . sending post- ers to all the rooms . depicting methods of improving the building. USI-IERS AND DOORMEN COMMITTEE "Ticket, please" . "Right this way, please" . courteous ushers preced- ing patrons down the aisles . serving at all dramatic productions . prompt and ready for service without a single rehearsal. ltop rowl Angle, Champlin, G. Johnson, Wandling, Edwards, Mr, Knapp, l2nd rowl Clarke, Gwinn, Nichols, Jorgensen, Bruun, Frazier, Lien. I3rd rowl Collier, H, Johnson, Lackey, M. Burnett, Schwartz, Fitzpatrick, l4th rowl Kieswetter, Hendley, Mclnnin, Suter, Lyons, Carlson, l5th rowl Flynn, Mo- line, T, Sims, G. Sims, Moshier, L. Burnett, Smith. """r L M sunt- i""f ,ir RCS YQ 54 99' Q One Hundred Twenty-four ORGANIZATION j,4,,,i J il , J ltop rowl Sorte, Jorgensen, Lindgren. l2nd rowl Cleave, Williams, Jolly. I3rd rowl Miss Quigley, Jacobson, Fish, Mrs. Kolstead. LUNCHROOM COMMITTEE Decorating the lunchroom for holidays . managing the lines . working the cash registers and at the "Zippy" lunch counter . carrying students' suggestions about food to the administration. CULTURAL ARTS COMMITTEE Art galleries . curio shops . steamship lines . Cornish theatre . Reper- tory playhouse . offer material from which best is chosen . bulletin issued every two weeks to all students desiring it. ltop rowl Tachiyama, Sontheimer, I2nd rowl Gallant, Summers, Miss Sheldon, Nogaki, Medby. l3rd rowl Biggs, Humphrey, McEwen, Head, Lee, West. l4th rowl Balser, Grant, Flynn, Edwards, Yamamoto, gf-s. 57" V 'ti-4 5 One Hundred Twenty-five Q RGANIZATIONS i ltop rowl Martin, Tod, Dyer, Waddell, Madsen. l2nd rowl Richmire, Larsen, Gorman, Dodge, J, Johnson, Miller, Birrell. I3rd rowl Rutan, Lindman, Vicary, Blackmer, Leivers, J. Murray, J. Murray. I4th rowl Williams, Prouse, Seim, Anderson, Bass, Desics, Armstrong. l5th rowl Franz, Kleinoeder, Moore, Terry, Johnston, Dibb, Collier, Taylor, M. Johnson. l6th fowl Carl, Jensen, Garrison, Hager- strom, Mitchell, Ruff, Milovitch, Miss Shaw. l7th rowfl Smith, Bertucci, Flynn, Whitworth, B. John- son, Hamada, Kenny, Uyeminami. QUAKER ivif-xips All athletic girls that have earned on "F" are eligible for the Quaker Maids . they live up to the laws of good sportsmanship . better physical efficiency and a sincere interest in athletics . one of Franklin's most spirited organizations . some of their outstanding activities are . hav- ing a play day for Freshman in the fall . giving hikes . attending all-city letter girls' breakfast . managing serving of Mothers' and Daughters' banquets . giving overnight hikes . sponsoring health week . having two initiations for new members . a luncheon in the fall . a dinner in the spring . the girls wear white slip-on sweaters with green "F's" and chevrons . SOO points needed for an "F" . in the point system . a girl receives lOO points for a first team position . SO points for a place on the W second . by attending hikes additional points are F -:fl-if gained . each additional "F" is indicated by a l ..1." ffl green chevron . Betty Johnson . president . ideal in k type of athletic girl . Miss Shaw, gym teacher . , rightfully chosen for adviser. ,,' , M . sa h a Q One Hundred Twenty-six ORGANIZATION I ltop rowl DeBoer, O'Brien, Crothers, Kenny, Murphy, l2nd rowl Shaw, Wimmer, Stutfield, Fisher, Staeger, Tulip. l3rd rowl Ritter, Craig, Eggerman, Wellons, Johnsen, Bruun, l4th rowl Gribble, Lynch, Souffay, Hansen, Schenck. l5th rowl Gruger, Marsh, Snyder, Mr. Trathen, Mclntyre, Bur- roughs. l6th rowl Smith, Shuman, Gamble, Nakagawa, Holloman. H l - Y C L U B Boys are selected for their ability to create . maintain . and extend throughout the school and community . high standards of Christian character . they develop a spirit of loyalty and democracy for the best interest of the school . their ideals are of high moral standing in and out of the class-rooms . setting an example for all to respect . funda- mentally a service club for the school and for the community . also supervise to a large extent the management of games . by taking tickets . seating spectators . and keeping score . some of the boys coach the grammar school track meets . manage their athletic contests for them . serve hot cocoa to the football players . and pro- vide transportation to the games for the second team . not only for football teams but also bas- ketball . baseball . and track . Norman Marsh . president . all members of this organization are carefully chosen A. many being leaders in school activities. TRATHEN Adviser One Hundred Twenty-seven Q OORGANIZATIONS ltop rowfl Taylor, Knowles, Thompson, Verhagen, Stevens, Jaynes, Gepner, Starkey. l2nd rowl Jacobsen, Tollber, Hamlin, Thompson, Stewart, Peterson, Nlahr. l3rd rowl Mr. Samuelson, Nishimura, Howe, Ricketts, Johanson, Wagner. l4th rowl Lambrecht, Logan, Simonds, Ricketts, Mueller. S E R V l C E C L U B Mr. Samuelson new adviser of this club . members take tickets at athletic games . improving . caring for the athletic field . helping around the school building . doing much for the betterment of Franklin. COMMERCIAL CLUB Futhering commercial students' studies . gaining knowledge of prac- tical application . interesting talks by business men before members . one of the largest clubs in the school . one ot the most active. President, Ruth Ridalls. Q One Hundred Twenty-eight ORGANIZATIONSO ltop rowl Noon, Yamaguchi, Conway, Taylor, Fuiimoto, l2nd rowl Krape, Duryee, Hoffman, Thomp- son, Kerr, Woodcock. l3rd rowl Mr. Johnson, J. Murray, J. Murray, Wade, Humphrey. l4th rowl Kamanishi, Rolin, Godman, White, Winkler, Parks. l5th rowl Pollard, Griffiths, Abernathy, Brooks, Kleinoeder, ltza. l'6th rowl Suguawara, Echigoshima, Oshio, Kawasaki, Kawafune. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB First year tor this club . started in Franklin . spread to other high schools . current events . all international problems discussed . active member receives an Honor Society point. SPANISH CLUB Promoting goodwill between Spanish speaking countries and our own country . speaking Spanish . talks given by travellers from Spain or some South American country . or by people of Spanish nationality. President, Al Sherman. Vice-president, Bill Haas. Secretary and Treasurer, Doris Jones, -v- One Hundred Twenty-nine Q RGANIZATIONS ltop rowi Brazel, Sliger. l2nd rowi Royce, M. Allen, Eskesen, Meacham. l3rd rowi R. Allen, Von Herberg, De Grandpere, Campbell, Harmon, Miss Lindberg. l4th rowi Herlan, Roark, Carey, Walters, Mills, Wellington. TUSITALA CLUB Embryo Stevensons . Shakespeares . and Miltons trying their wings . writing short stories and book-length novels . composing poems and essays . interest in writing is aided by having professional writers as speakers . at the club meetings which are held once a month. F R E N C H C L U B "Parlez-vous Francais?" . all students taking French belong . meetings held once a month . collecting many books and pamphlets . forming a library for those desiring to do supplementary reading. President, Mary Richards. Vice-president, George Gruger. Secretary and Treasurer, Jean Abernethy. , .sued A - , ' Q One Hundred Thirty ORGANIZATIONS! L ltop rowl Turner, Payne, Blair, Hamlin, Punches, Foster. l2nd rowfl Deitch, Altier, Bachmayer, Bonetto, Wedin. l3rd rowl Dodge, Hatfield, Humphrey, Jolly, Summers, Terry. l4th rowl Miss Caughey, Meacham, Brunswick, Mason, Moore, Miss Reisinger. l5th rowl Marsten, Fullerton, Yamamoto, Matsusaka, Robinson. L l B R A R l A N S Checking out books . looking up references . exhibiting interesting articles . working in the library during their study periods . pasting on bulletin board unusual bits of news. G E R IVI A N C L U B Second year for this club . president was denizen ot Germany tor four years . can help other students to speak correctly . German is the lan- guage spoken at all the meetings. President, Doris Lake, Secretary, Margaret Hunich. lun "r"'-ri . . .5 , One Hundred Thirty-one Q OORGANIZATIONS ltop rowl Craig, Chandler, Wilson, G. Barmuta, Mattson, DuBois, E2nd rowl Zuger, Bartosch, V. Barmuta, Elshin, Hoelting. l3rd rowl Abernathy, Brooks, Bertucci, Miss Kuebler. S T A G E F O R C E Scenery . lighting effects . curtains . all productions are aided by clever and unusual effects . worked out by this crew . serving not only for school presentations but for all the assemblies. T H R I F T C L U B Banking day every Tuesday . cashiers from each roll comprising the membership . trying to get everyone interested in banking. ltop fowl Roberts, Butts, Starkey, Miss Johnson. l2nd rowl Jaynes, Jones, Mueller, Bailey, Hansen, Neuman, Thompson. l3rd rowl Smith, Foisie, Nishimura, Johnston, Terry, Hoelting, Mercer, Lannigan, l4th rowl Imberg, Boni, Holbrook, Fairhurst, Woodford, Follrich, Ashley. l5th rowl Almer, Jensen, Jones, Alley, Bertucci, Reed, Duesing, Dibb, l6th rowl Darling, Matsusaka, M. Brooks, M. Brooks, Gast, Smith, Berglund, Schmidt, Sadler, Q One Hundred Thirty-two ORGANIZATIONS! 4- ' i www, ltop rowl Paddock, Gamble, Jones. l2nd rowl Richardson, Haas, Jochimsen. STAMP PLAN COMMITTEE Taking charge of the ten-cents-a-week plan . selling stamps in the roll rooms one day a week . taking charge ot distributing the Tolo Weekly and Tolo Annual. S T A M P C L U B lmpertorates . watermarks . dates . air mail covers . interesting topics ot discussion . exchanging stamps . exhibiting rare stamps . collecting new stamps . main activities ot these philatelists . learning of foreign countries through stamps. ltop rowl Foster, Peterson, Kimball, Bailey. l2nd rowl Bonetti, Elshin, Jamieson, Nishimura, Mason. l3rd rowl Woodcock, Miss Sheldon, Miss Bailey, Elliot, King. .-H.. ,. Pi ffliimi One Hundred Thirty-three Q RGANIZATIONS PATRICIA BARTO MR. UPTON GORDON LINDGREN Girls' Winner Sponsor Boys' Second Place JACK FLAGG CORA VAN DE KANT Boys' Winner Girls' Second Place UPTON ORATORICAL CONTEST Founded . l932 . for the purpose of creating greater interest . and im- provement in public speech in Franklin . oratory open for the boys . elocution open only for the girls . gold medal for first prize . and silver medal for second prize . separate prizes for the boys and the girls . pre- liminary contest held privately . before group of faculty judges . from which twelve are chosen . they contest in the finals . before the assembly . the four final judges are selected from the outside. EXPERIMENTAL ONE ACT PLAY COMPANY Pathos . comedy . drama . all revealed in plays given . plays are held after school. a nominal fee is charged . 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