Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1937
Page 1 of 140
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 140 of the 1937 volume:
,q .1-u:,wu..h -f.n..n-QL:--Q
.,:,'. ' .
- -'fl--.-+ .
-1, ,G rr 1,2-.f .
' ' I, , ,- x ' WVA
. ,,,A, N
v..f5f,.:,g.,,, 1,. ,Ag q
Herein is the story
and his mighty exploits
in this our
FRANKLIN TO LO ANNUAL
He stands a symbol of our Student Body.
which, motivated with enthusiasm and the
single purpose of a great Idea, accomplishes
many well nigh impossible feats of stupen-
P A U L B U N Y A N
JUST AS the Romance of the vast forests of the West is part of
our inheritance, so is mighty Paul Bunyan, legendary hero of the
lumber camps. This genial, loveable character, who sprang from
the funnybone and rare philosophical wisdom of rugged pioneer
men, is the only indigenous American legendary figure. His quali-
ties of strength, inventiveness and courage are symbolic of the mag-
nificent physical exertion of Young Blood in a new country. When
the job calls for a superman in quality and quantity, when everyone
is stumped because ofthe obstacles to be surmounted Paul Bunyan
tackles the problem He saws into big wild untamed work He
laughs at difficulties He engineers his way through every hai dslnp
and with titantic effort he accomplishes the impossible for Paul
.,.:-ifizzrh I :A ml ,, ' 'n y -155. ,ll .,!. VL, -Nqr. l
, -2 , 1 9 I-. ,- .WT '2'.-'.' - - .Viv .
I, ff: . fgffij '5 - 1 , S,"-If-7 ,Eff-y, .Y -,.5uf5-xt,
figs." 32' -..' y 3, - ,r-221.-N N , .J x' , ,
iff. 'pw' , ff 'lljizu . ', .',1-1QYgYfQ, I. ' ,'
-.vx ' 151215. . 1 1 ." ,y - 'N 'S-5. gg., is-e 1 .
1" 9 -'LJ' "V" 'Aw -cf' '- HQ- ' '.-sf" '2 -. . "- - ,ww -
4 vp- 2 .' . . .:fQ.7 . ng f" s, 5 r- 1,1 9 -xr .g.., --... -..gf-if!
x . '. -,z V- 'f .- . , -, . .l .4 -A ,.- ...f Q-. 1--. - ,
'-,- , . 4 -1 - - : --f n. - - vbmflcy ,wi ' 'an ' ' Mr'-4'-Y, "'
1' - 1 ,.,. . 4- ..'-QW" "f1"? .- 7:11 "".L'1f' ' '--if-,gg I1--"Wi , 1- Q'-1 ,,i"'a'- "' 'T
at . 5 Q ,NM ,gg , - .U , 1 J.,-if ' -'Ps-A .'ffx,79Ek.,y ,Y.-ff.,,,, -455-f'-:v ..'. H-
'qv-01 ' L, , 'W .-,sf-,,,. ' .e- .ff"..-. ' .gtk -YZ'-Pgxg-1 nw -A 5-,hm Lf f..j:'f.5"" ' 4-"'57' '
:--Atnzr " - -'avr-' -, -f 4 9, 'I'--wif" Jr:.14-'-.- , -.+5..- i' -
'E A ' :P gi.l5:-f"".- Q ,- 3- w .
l i - ,
.v 3'-'..-. ' f-:"- - .':. , .
iff, ' '- , -wfb,-,fem ,pl :gg 'k' S- ,ja -H' ,1 ,.. -2, .h--5.1 uw' 1 Q H
vp -1 -.,, , hw Q.-, ww. ' M' Wy, -.xg 48-'.-1op,c,' -- x Ju- 5.1.-I -,-.Ei4?3i'f'f'55:'
A , - ' 'T-."J fr.s:. ' f-- n"""' . .' "--.'g'..z.,.- 'K '1..- ' ' "'
,.Mega.--.mL,,,m-.-s,.Wi, ,-c-,.,1:,5. -,J wc., M .
-H Q-w-1'-.P Q 41 - : .-,.-, ,., o" 4 ' - ' LL: ,.
is -, '.1 me .,.. Q, . 1- L ' sg. --'F'
. . I 1 --az, N ,tl L-,,jW.' . .
f 5:1 5 ,Z4'f.".:- ' 5,1 ',6f.D.4qE3 l
" r. -5 - 'S 'J' -'.V" .. of
g 'Sf . -491915 1'.'r,"f,fI.'.f "' , 1, - .
Q ' ' -wwf 'T Q
rg l 551 'lmflff' ..
I - 1.1 :'- :ei .1 " - f.: -.
LI., 4 ,L T. rw - i-1. Mk..
'ap . , 521915 :fall ' f'Qwf.,,,
at V L 3:4 if' . '
. '7.':- , , 1, 22532. ' gf"
. 5343. iz 'iT'.Wfki':c' -'H .
2 Q" Y. '
2 . 't gfr1i'Q',Z-W-f I
w. i- 'f-fm1'!!l -
14, - '-pi Q25-..,qg.' ps ,
, '.-' .:x"1-fig - ' '
- 5 " :J-i -1,
.' 4'-ji..-Pr' 2 A
'E ,rw , . -5i.'1':"
gif , tif . ' ,511 1 .
gl h .fl hi' 1. .- .
I-i' ' A af? ' .
1.1.21 . 3 ff: 4 Ji: -
E?-27. 1 :IF -2-3 N '. ' '
,,3,3g.. .Y Vg: .-15 9 1,
'fipgfw 5 :ff 215:-',: qw
,,-.Q .A 1.1-3 12,313.1 -: Q '
if. TP? ri ff: ' 2Q??:745,33i
lvfiii-2 -25? 5 . 'ilsilrzw
f -1fi?f'v- .i'Lf". ' ' '
'Y-wer", 'K 'fa vl-
Y""'12'--1 lf' 1 . .fr
- -,-npr, ,. 1 ..
fl 'fini-,.g3 ng 'E 32,1 .
a .1-ww. 3 1 if ' ,. .
31.12--" I' L: ..- 3 wi' -vi
-':f.!.1-.' - f , 4' . w". " ' Q'-
aggiligz 9-,. pm. e ,',---,fx . M
. z., VJ-I B U. Y' r :L 6, ,Mn . xg.
me .Q Q1 wif UQ i .
"fa '.-1 1 fa.-i --' 4'- . ' -. -
,ef -1-, . -.4 -kg. ' QV . - I
i:f"'?fi ' 'f-, L'-.-.-Q' fic: -.4 5'1" e'JKg.'vl'h's' 'nu
' fig. 9-' ya, 15.2 A .I :." "'s- fi' 'Z '
- 5- - ' - 4. :.', .1 451: .-
Jf22'f,1w,f. '75 W5-15' .1 . 34, gil- ' A
n- . A- -
-: ?G".:' :""" ' ' -f . Viz.
.f .rf-.,4, -. . - Lg, .
f- 2.1 , '
:gg .'-5: -4 ,' -:fm
mr- 1 A -24 .
5'-x., , . ' 'I .
4 f fillzgm
X I9 5
f'3"- .4 V 1 i V
-4 WH"ik.'k 'P x-ii
lv N "'f
Lnivammnm wx., -.fmn-mr-1 ,an 1 -we-L was.-:'Emfv uw:-rmwmow-znunkexd-4453183
111,-,2,e,g,g,f,pA1gLA,?'ib-w4a'ffl Z4 n.-
axlmz. +4aeA-hu9vunmuu.caae44g44m4or,4+.:.4..1. -1. .Q
FOR HIS unfailmg gu1dar1ce and understanding the
Cates thls volume to Sidney Polmere Trathen
To him as principal we express our appreciation
for his faithful and efficient SCFVICC to him as genial
friend we regretfully say goodbye
D E D I C A T I 0 N
Senior Class of 1937 respectfully and sincerely dedi-
i L' A G.,
14" ,yu 'v 'ff 5
fx r , 1
6 l .
, ,nw-1' X
'L. i .,
, . .1
J."-7" " '
PAUL BUNYAN: the symbol of things colossal, of
determination indomitable, of achievements beyond
FRANKLIN STUDENT BODYI tl'1C CIT1bOdi1'1'16r1t of
power and punch that builds tennis courts, athletic
teams, activity programs, academic standards, and
With this will-to-do, what can stop us? We are
marching on' Put on your seven league boots' For-
ward' March' March'
-K.. Qs ' . .
, ,, f ,
M , .L
g., - , ..:?f
s-Yinz., ., ' ., Hifi
A Lux: A ' ,-i '
Y' ix .A l
gg .. .M ,A ,.,,
-X ,. fuslu
:fa ' .V ,
. A A
fs ' 1
,B . y .Q
I . Q' i --'
r ig. '. ,
-,p- I " t
. 1,1 1, .
.rg vi, ' , y f...
.2 2.- f
A. ' I x
. , i: .
-fl I' yu..
f'- - .' M
x 1, I ' ff.
Y ' .
', fx - '
W 91- 5' . is
.j. f r f -.-
' a Q f - 1 '
YF' at , . .M '
.Q3Z'7: 1' -Q '
:. ,A. cg 1
,fl- -r L
9 . s. N
fy 1 i . - 1 ,.f-w:l:,
X ? . - gg .1 .' 'Q,,.,:, .W , V
,- 'ix . 1 .ljifg
.g iq- VY - ,L . - -. . . ,-
M-, ir, 5,7 nz.
z' 1. . .1 wv.. ' ,, 4. - v fn.,
. . 7 - '. .'.1.., M - - Q. HA . --
- .,. ' .. Sf 1 1- ? --in W ,P
' 'r Y L, - ' is Q i
'- . ,Q 'H' - I1 'V if
jg: 'gpg e Q-
- 1.-1.1 f... 1 ruff., " '
' 'nz '- 3Q:'K15:gf?' - fr .- r -f
. ,rf -is . -4g:..::.b, I
' A- A1517--552' H, '
, -ur-.n .
134' iw' r f" L,
5,54 T 5
,J 5" 'iw
ay: ,-.- J-fm. W
-an 5 we
v ' rf 'w
A .1 I
.r ff r
N E m 1 4 ,QE gg
- f fs
" 1. xr 1 ' " :J ' R V-'W-1
' fkgki s f'lQ'2i'p:? -5 wb
,ww ,' ' f - -Q' H'
,., f .w , 1:-.-. . , V.
f,"t-xSl.5X.'. f- .9"f 'V
Q" '15 5. 7:31 ,f ,L' '.
f g, 3, ,f . .1sQf.,,,Z, -
T . 'A 5 f -if, 1,4 ' ' .
K2 1 L iii-VHSNM1
'7 .f',,y" Q1 ' X X'
N f' J gg 2+ 1
'V A' I V .,
,MY X f-in ' '. " " '
F' V, fn? fa' ff?
4 -5 -,x,:, 1
f Ii, .I , V if v
' J , 'Q Aflffx A
: X -. -3 ,V
1 if I - Et", r t 5 144:
, - , ,
G 7.3 ll' Aff' '
'5glg.l:" M ', I
sv-f-Q - -, 'AX ff.
, N 5.2 , " fl
.irigiff 5 X
,,sL?,, -. ,,vjg, ,
.-- ,z-F '
,ifhffj 5553 -.
V1 .F - Ur'-5-"
ff' .1-J -a
Ill. K ,.
. V K,
Tx - A:
'v. 5 .'
"Inf . g ,
wh. X, .
SIDNEY POLMERE TRATHEN QQ X
Principal R AQZQIQ3: W
ww-rf"' 72 MQ' 'f'i',,,.Q , .
f " H Q94
,rx I-I u .5 H
, f""n,, P
' . '1 Z,
, . :url
. .X ,vi ,
.' , ,,,
2 it R p
kf'p:-Qi F' by
ir ' J
,, . fy
WALTER JOHN RESEBURG
l0 . . . Faculty
FRANK HOLMES BAILEY-University of Washington: Bachelor and
Master of Arts. Head of Commercial Department. Teaches Penmanship and
Stenography. Adviser of Commercial Club,
RUTH ALMEDA BAILEY-Oberlin College: Bachelor of Arts. Teaches
Composition and Literature. Adviser of Class of 1940.
LUCY ROWENA BARNES-University of Washington: Bachelor and
Blaster of Arts. Teaches Literature and Composition.
EDITH PAGE BENNETT-University of Illinois: Bachelor of Arts.
Teaches Latin. Adviser of Honor Society.
HARRY THOMAS BENSON-Washington State College and University
of Washington: Bachelor of Science. Teaches Physics. Adviser of Ticket
WILLARD ANTON BERGHf University of Washington: Bachelor of
Arts. Teaches Composition and Literature. Adviser of Ski Club.
CHARLOTTE BISAZZA--Pratt Institute: Fine and Applied Arts. Art
Director of Tolo Annual. Teaches Art.
LAWRENCE HERBERT BLACKNELL-University ot Washington: Bach-
elor of Music. Director of Choirs and Operetta.
KATHLEEN VICTORIA BOYD-Brown University: Bachelor of Arts
and Master of Arts. Teaches World History. Exchange teacher from Provi-
dence, Rhode Island.
ELEANORE BUSHNELL-University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts.
OFFiciates over Study A. Debate Coach,
ANTHONY FOSTER CALES-University of Washington: Bachelor of
Science. Teaches Wood Turning. Machine Wood Working, and Cabinet
Making. Coaches Golf Team.
LOIS CAUGHEY--University of Nebraskag Bachelor of Arts. Head
LYDIA MAY CHAMBERS University of Washington Bachelor of Arts
Teaches General Science Adviser of Sons and Daughters Club and Alumni
NONIE MEREDITH COOPER Secretary of ohice Adviser of Pagoda
PAUL WORTHINGTON COPELAND Whitman College Bachelor of
Science University of Washington Master of Arts Teaches World His
tory Adviser of Tolo Annual
MILDRED FIRTH CROCKETT University of Washington Bachelor
and Master of Arts Teaches Literature and Composition
ANNA MOTT DAUGHERTY Xlichigan State Normal College and Uni
versity of Washington Bachelor of Science Teaches Botany Adviser of
Class of 1938
NOAH CLEVELAND DAVENPORT University of Washington Bache
lor and Master of Arts Head of History Department Teaches Economics
and American History
HARRIET JOSEPHINE DOHENY University of Washington Bachelor
of Science Teaches Algebra and Mathematics Adviser of Program Depart
ment of Girls Club
MARGUERITE JACQUELINE DU VAL University of France Bachelor
of Arts Teaches French Adviser of French Cluo
GLADYS ELLEDGE University of Washington Bachelor of Music
Teaches Literature and Composition Director of Girls Nonette
HELEN KATHERINE ERICKSON University of Washington Bachelor
of Arts Assistant Librarian
PHILLIP ORRIN EVATT University of Washington Bachelor and
Master of Science Teaches General Science Adviser of Aviation Club
HATTIE MAY FITZGERALD University of Washington Bachelor and
Master of Science Teaches General Science and Community Life Adviser
of Stamp Club
5 "'1i?i'Lf'A- gtg
,,,n .,,?,,..,,, ,..,,,77..f,.....,. v,,...,.,...,,w.- ...,,.... :7,....,.,. .... .., A ....,.. L ... .V.. .. V. , . ..,.. . . . .. , ,.,.,.c.,. ,..! , .. ..g.c,,..,... .Lg .. .,,., ef. , . .,.....E,MG. . W A -72,14
1-f.',a-g.1-01 'e-Tm-7-. , - , , . V. v ff.. wM,:-'s',f- V ' fi? - ' f '-Ira' F , ff -.wr-f-A-.':.':t , . W ".-1ahw.'J-elf.,
f fri'3:.a: . 2 . - ,f ,l flxs'z.1lx', - fw f 1 - ,. . - - . V I A-,c 2 ,g.1.f,,,1., 1. airs. js- P
14 '-23+ 'f"::'.I:L.S:....:. .-.-5--H14-H I A K' - 4:1 N I-N, .V aefsf,-M. ., , . " .e . . snag-es " -'.'.h. '- 1'--as-fn :sl-,,. Eva'-'f f- ee. ...'.,.'. ru'
'PF' 'ww.w::.a .1-ff-.J-,P-'r'z:,...v1':- 'za+i.'1"'t:-asf? FTM'-.14 Q. , sy - 6,1-59,1 - . .r,,,a.. Q -trmfie V g f- e . wifi'
LILLIAN CARRIE FOWLER--Minnesota School of Business and Gregg
Shorthand School. Teaches Stenography and Business English,
MARGARET MOWBRAY GORMAN-Ferris Institute, Teaches junior
Business Training. Typing, Commercial Geography, and Commercial Law.
LOLA GIFFORD HALL-University of Washington and Bellingham Nor-
mal: Bachelor of Arts. Teaches Typing. Adviser of Field Trips.
MARGARET CUMMING HALL-University of Washington: Bachelor of
Arts. Teaches French. Spanish. and Literature.
ROY HALL-Washington State College: Bachelor of Arts. University of
Washington: Master of Arts. Teaches Community Life, World History,
and Guidance. Coaches Track and Freshman Football. -
ROBERT JOHN HANDY-University of Minnesota: Bachelor of Arts.
University of Washington: Master of Arts. Teaches Algebra and News-
writing. Adviser of Tolo Weekly,
HAROLD HOWES-Head of Industrial Arts Department. Teaches Ma-
chine Shop. Wood Turning, General Metal, and Electric Shop.
LILA ALICE HUNTER-University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts.
Teaches Creative Writing. Composition. and Literature,
CLAUDE STANLEY ,IACKSON-Zanerian Art College. Teaches Book-
keeping and Business Arithmetic. Treasurer of Associated Activities.
GEORGE BROWN JACKSON-Yale University: Bachelor of Arts. Lean-
der Clark College: Master of Arts, Head of Foreign Language Department.
Teaches German and Latin. Adviser of German Club.
NAN THOMPSON ,IARDINE-University of Washington: Bachelor of
Arts, Teaches Composition and Literature. Adviser of Stage Make-up Corps.
BIINNIE CARLOTTA JOHNSON-Knox College: Bachelor of Science,
Teaches Geometry. Adviser of Thrift Club.
RALPH CHARLES JOHNSON-University of Kansas: Bachelor of Arts.
University of Washington: Master of Arts. Teaches American and World
History. Adviser of World Affairs Club.
FRANKLIN KARRER-University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts. Co-
lumbia University: Master of Arts. New York University: Master of Peda-
gogy. Teaches Algebra. Elementary Drawing. and Geometry, Adviser of
EMMA KASSEBAUM--University of Michigan: Bachelor of Arts, Teaches
American History and Pacific Rim.
DOUGLAS GARFIELD KIRK-University of Washington: Bachelor and
Master of Business Administration. Teaches Community Life and American
History. Adviser of Improvement Committee.
RALPH NEWELL KNAPPfGeorge Williams College: Bachelor of Physi-
cal Education, Teaches Boys' Physical Education and Boys' Physiology.
Adviser of Boys' Club.
HELEN GERTRUDE KUEBLER-Carleton College: Bachelor of Science.
Teaches Algebra, Mathematics, and Geometry. Technical Director of Stage
HELMA ELIZABETH KUEHN--University of Wisconsin: Bachelor of
Arts. Teaches Composition and Literature. Adviser of Costume Committee.
GRANT ARLINGTON LAIZURE-Ohio State University: Bachelor of
Science and Master of Arts. Head of Science Department. Teaches Chem-
istry and General Science. Adviser of Chess Club and Coach of Tennis.
KATHERINE JANE LENTZ-University of Washington: Bachelor and
Blaster of Arts. Teaches Pacihc Rim and World History. Adviser of Pro-
LYDIA LINDBERG-Carleton College: Bachelor of Arts. Teaches Com-
position and Literature. Adviser of Tusitala Club and Boys' Oratorical
ARISTELLE MACDONALD-University of Washington: Bachelor of
Arts. Teaches Oral Expression and Guidance. Adviser of Dramatics.
MARGARET McCARNEY-University of Washington: Bachelor and Mas-
ter of Arts. Teaches Zoology. Girls' Adviser.
I2 . . . Faculty
VICTOR HERBERT McCLELLAND-University of Washington: Bach-
elor of Music. Directs Band, junior Orchestra, junior Choir. and Glee Club.
STELLA MARGARET McGRATH-Gregg Normal School. Teaches OH'ice
Training and Guidance. Co-Adviser of Social Service Committee.
MILDRED MURRAY-University ot' Washington: Bachelor of Arts.
Teaches Girls' Physical Education. Adviser of Nutrition Committee and
Tumbling Club. Co-Adviser of Quaker Maids.
CLIFFORD LAVERNE PEEK-University of Washington: Bachelor of
Science. Columbia University: Master of Arts. Teaches Guidance, Com-
munity Life, and Boys' Physical Education. Coach of Basketball and Intra-
EARL ADAM PFAFF-University of Indiana and Harvard University:
Bachelor and Master of Arts. Head of English Department. Teaches Litera-
ture and Composition.
AGNES QUIGLEY-University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts. Teaches
French and Spanish. Adviser of Spanish Club, Lunchroom Committee, and
Class of l939.
RALPH JOSEPH REED-University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts.
Teaches Community Life and Physical Education. Coaches Baseball, Foot-
ball, and Freshman and Sophomore Basketball.
AGNES REMLEY-Iowa State University: Bachelor of Arts, Teaches
Mathematics. Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry.
GERTRUDE LOUISE RINEHART-Pratt Institute and Columbia Uni-
versity: Bachelor of Science. Teaches Clothing.
BYRON AUGUST SAMUELSON-University of Washington: Bachelor
and Master of Arts. Teaches Community Life and World History. Adviser
of Service Club.
ALFRED CONRAD SCI-IIRMER4University of North Dakota: Bachelor
of Arts. Washington State College: Master of Arts. Teaches American and
GEORGE OLIVER SCOTT-London University and University of Wash-
ington: Bachelor of Science. Teaches Elementary, Mechanical, and Archi-
ANNA BELLE SHAW-University of Washington: Bachelor of Sciences
in Physical Education and Master of Arts. Teaches Girls' Physical Educa-
tion and Girls' Physiology. Adviser of Welfare Department of Girls' Club
and Co-Adviser of Quaker Maids.
GRETCHEN ADELL SHAW-University of Washington: Bachelor of Fine
Arts. Teaches Design, Craft. Lettering, and Costume Design. Adviser of
Service Department of Girls' Club, and Exhibit Case Committee.
MYRTLE SHEAHAN-University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts.
Teaches Stenography and Typing.
DAVID ARTHUR STAEGER-University of Washington: Bachelor of
Arts. Teaches Junior Business Training. Adviser of Anglers' Club.
ISABEL STRAIN-Reed College: Bachelor of Arts, Teaches Literature
and Composition. Adviser of Child Welfare.
LOUISE JORDAN STRONG-DePauw University: Bachelor of Arts.
Teaches Literature and Composition. Adviser of Class of 1937.
EDITH VAN KLEECK-University of Michigan: Bachelor of Philosophy.
Teaches Composition and Literature.
LELA HELEN WALTERS-University of Washington: Bachelor of Arts.
Teaches Typing. Co-Adviser of Social Service Committee.
KIAH WAMPLER-Purdue University: Bachelor of Science. University
of Washington: Master of Arts. Teaches Algebra and Mathematics.
GENEVIEVE WARNER-University of Washington: Bachelor of Science
in Education. Teaches Foods. Adviser of P.-T. A. Tea Committee.
LENA EVELINE WILSON-University of Washington: Bachelor of Sci-
ence. Teaches Clothing, Foods, and Household Management.
ELDA ANN ZUCCONE-Franklin High School. Assistant Secretary of
We haven t been gettlng
the productlon we should Sald Paul We spend so much
t1me bulldlng loggmg roads Humes and new loggmg
camps that we lose a week s work out of every month
Isn t the object of th1s game to get the logs to thelr land
mg placej Sure lt IS Well then we ll make Babe earn h1s
So after a sect1on of tlmber had been felled and loaded
on sledges Babe was hltched up He then hauled the
whole works 640 solld aeres of t1mber off to the landmg
That was a fa1rJob of pulhng for any ox, even Babe
5 will Q
mfr- LN' ' 't ,
R 55 ,
1 ': ,
XM ew 5 fl ,, ,. ,- it '-
,f I 1, 455.1 .1 . i
I 3- H :Q q,:A1..'i!.L ' " ,.
9135. . C 1 5 jrsgwl jgll 1 3. E4 5 Wi
Agfa x f F We E - B
if i -'+ve -.gm 3 3 .L - gilt 1
v- - " Saga" ' -1-AQ V 1 3
'P' 155 l 'if-' .9 ' 7 ff
"Wil: Etliy' Y 253 .-Sf? I 5 r ,4
' ' 2-'-Z fl -- 1 sz ., '-
qjdrgb .Lage my - . Lg
,Q 'tif can Agfa! ,
46 9 '
' 79 ' LK
- ' Q Q
, ' I
Seniors . . . l7
Senior Class Officers
Mrs. Louise j. Strong ....... Adviser
joe Lagozzino ......... President
Bert Rose ...... . . Vice-President
Lodema Hawkins . . . . . Treasurer
Doris Manning . , . . Secretary
S E N I 0 R C L A S S
THOUGH PAUL BUNYAN has disappeared from the Woods, some
still say that the wind whistling through the tree-tops is Paul
Bunyan striding through the forests as of old.
Just as his influence is still felt in the West, so the Senior Class
will leave its mark in Franklin's halls.
With Mrs. Strong's welcome cooperation the class has pushed
to its goal. After supporting the Senior Play, the popular mati-
nees, and several snappy meetings, the noteworthy Senior Class
makes its "adieu" to Franklin.
-ws, 'il !ff'fY4""""
is ' " '."'
" vm, 'v ,Qj'. '
'- r l'-11 4 rig.
f' I :f--157 -1,15
P X 'fi' -, 11' ' tv:-i"f'T
1 '-9,5 ,g. . 35 ez
' - -,.-if ,-R' : "
' -'i'!-mf?-1 L -F
t ,V-5:5-,'i..i:5, IZ, Q'
T4 . :V -.,,,,--3, i It
, ', - 91" 4-2.
."'1"7-' 1, .- , t:'
A ' .f
' 1 t .gi
'. V N ' 'ff :4.
wh 4 ' ' S+ - -feta.
. w. , , ,fn-if a-:':
, . i H- if
J: is-' - .- .' 'gflftz
I ' 5' ' ..:sl.:.'
'P wi '
Q-'!i:tf."':-kg , -. .gig
, ,-'5 '-K-:ry .5
l8 . . . Seniors
ADAMS. MARGARET tLucyJ-President of Commercial Club two semes-
ters, member Girls' Golf Club, Ushers and Doormen Committee: enjoys a
good game of golf.
ADELMAN, WILLIAM CBIIU-Active member of Anglers' Club, Ski Club,
Intramural Track and Basketball, Second Team Football: likes to Fish in
ALBACHTEN, ANNETTE CAROLYN CDoI1yb---Popular as a Stamp Rep-
resentative, P,-T. A. Usher, French Club member, and checked roll in study
hall: an ardent movie fan.
ALEXANDER, RICHARD WILLIAAI tAIexJ-Active participant in Soph-
omore. Second Team, and First Team Track: spends his spare time collect-
ing stamps and Fishing.
ALLEN, DOROTHY MAXINE CD00-Industrious Girls' Club Representa-
tive, member of Thrift, World Affairs. and Commercial Clubs: plays tennis
and rides bicycles.
ALLEN, MARSHALL CLIFFORD fMarshj-Devotes a great part of his
time to sports, being a member of First Team Basketball, Freshman Foot-
ball and Basketball.
ALLISON, BETTY JOYCE-Competent Managing Editor and News
Editor of Tolo Weekly, member of French Club. Thrift Club, Franklin Chap-
ter of Quill and Scroll: enthusiastic equestrian.
AMANO. MARY YASU CMerryJ-Our talented solo pianist, appearing in
Mid-Winter Concerts. the Opera "Sweethearts," Senior Orchestra, Nonette:
a future concert pianist.
AMES, PHYLLIS ANN fPhyIlj-Capable Chairman of Big Cousins Com-
mittee, Girls' Club Roll Representative, member of Ushers and Doormen
Committee, reporter on Tolo Weekly: enjoys sewing.
ANDERSON, JEAN LUCILLE CAndyJ-Prominent in World Affairs Club,
Commercial Club, Girls' Athletics, Senior Choir, Honor Society, and reporter
for Tolo Weekly: likes tennis.
ANDERSON, MARJORIE JUNE-Served as Chairman of Improvement
and junior Publicity Committees, Big Cousin, member of French and Com-
mercial Clubs: training for secretarial work.
ANDERSON, SYLVIA ELIZABETH tSylJ-Cheerful member of French
Club Music Committee, P.-T. A. Usher, Senior Sister, Big Cousin, played
Freshman Volleyball Finds special pleasure in swimming
ANGEL ELDORIS CDorisb Played in the Orchestra for the Vodvil Senior
Play and Opera of 35 acted as Chairman of Franklin Green Book Com
ANTHONY CONCETTA fCOI1HI6J Friendly Vice President of Com
mercial Club Big Cousin and a popular accordionist playing for Mother
Daughter Banquet Quaker Cozy enjoys cooking
ARNBERG MARGARET CATHERINE tPegE.Vl Likable President of
Folk Dancing Club Chairnsan of Standards Committee Honor Society
Wardrobe Committee and World Affairs Club
ASHIDA HARUSO fflmmlel Member of German Club Honor Society
and has a variety of hobbies such as radio bird study and gardening
ATKINSON LUCY KATHERINE fLuD An outstanding actor having
won girls second place in Upton Oratorical Contest Student Director of
Opera member of One Act Play Company
AUKER DON Has an intense inteiest in the complex study of radio was
an eflicient News Editor of the Tolo Weekly
AXNESS ALICE MADELINE Pleasing Girls Club Roll and Social Serv
ice Representative Bank Cashier member of World AB'airs Club plans to
enter nursing profession
BALSER KATHERINE CKayJ Gifted with a talent for singing appeared
in Opera Vodvil Xlixed Double Quartette Nonette member of Cultural
Arts and Costume Committees
BARNES ROBERT HARRIS CBobl Participated in the activities of the
Sons and Daughters Club Senior Play Opera Honor Society enjoys play
ing tennis and sailing
BARNUNI BARBARA tBobbyJ Congenial Stamp Plan Representative
Librarian member Sons and Daughters Badminton and Commercial Clubs
Alumni and Four 0 Clock Tea Comrrittees
BASS PERA AZALIA CTWIHIOD Lively Quaker Maid Girls Club Roll
Room Representative and participated in all girls sports likes athletics
especially swimming and hiking
BASSETT ROGER KENNETH fRodJ Well known member of junior
Senior Orchestra and active in Franklin s Ski Club interested in cars and
fa 5 'Strut 'QQ SYvd'm'ti,"'
-- iw . . ' '
, . . . . ,
f' H: -' --w v - --'- -- -'A - :'3.'-:-- : 1:-W r.---,V----I---.,.-Q., fx..-W- ..-..--.-.-f..f,.... I... .-,.,,....r. f , . . . -., .,, ,..-. ,.......,., ... . . .. , .. . . . , f. .
i 1 - ' . - .. . . f . - .W I.,-----.L -t W- auf.---.U-e,.t..t f-"'f'.,i:J..a'c W4 t '- 'vv-g-el'1-"- -f - . r f . ' I I +
2 . I - 2 ' 'I - Q 'Q - K .wifi-ivff'-'1'1' 1 . 5yw.':4:e?35i.34.'2'-PIP?5.,y:5:7f-F" -0 -'I' - . '- -f?Z7ff-q5a,'..",-.-.--21-':1'-'mi-f.:?,'. f ' 1 ' 4 4
- : ' - ' - . 24.1 c .- J . . ,JZ rs:-.i-. . --J--A551 ..::i1:.5': - 7U:5s'i1P?...?-T ar'-'-5.11-145237 -2- . -t ' '-' A .13 ' . In-1 1'-7' ' -flmiifi --sw-11'-1 ' 'fffiofifl -J '-f f .1 V V t
5 ,:.,- gif. . .. uf -2,-1. 1: --sf: .. '-ef: - ff.:-' - 'f"f.f:u-.,',r-.f-ggf -v :-t -f,.f-- . - . ve ..t1.,.-...pct-:'.51.e4.1't.:......fa .. .M V --:'--- - - - W ,S sz' - .foe art gf: . .
hgh l I , a seen. 'Xa vei-
BATTSON, HELEN BESS-Well-liked as a member of the Decoration,
Restroom, and Charm Committeesg Finds pleasure in swimming and skiing.
BEAN, DAVID GERALD-Member of Aviation Club, Lunchroom Com-
mittee, and has the interesting hobbies of woodworking and drawingg in-
terested in electricity.
BENGE. ARDATH MURIEL-Energetic Oual-ter Maid President, Student
Sponsor, Stamp Representative, member Thrift Club, Honor Society: takes
an active part in all girls' athletics.
BENGSTON. EUNICE KATHERINE CKatyl-Worked hard as Senior
Editor of Tolo Annual, member of Wardrobe Committee, Spanish Club,
Honor Society: likes dancing, swimming, and roller skating.
BENNETT, VIVA-Amiable Girls' Club Roll Representative, member of
World Affairs, Commercial, and Thrift Clubs, Honor Society: always enjoys
BIGHAM, DOROTHY ELIZABETH CD00-A whiz of a skier, being an
enthusiastic member of Franklin's Ski Club and backbone of the Team: also
BIRCH, VINTON PRESCOTT-Industrious President of Thrift Club,
member of Debate Squad, Stage Force, Honor Society, German Club: in-
terested in radio and photography.
BOGNER, ELIZABETH ANN flzzyj--Efihcient Chairman of Goodfellow-
ship Committee. Secretary of German Club, Big Cousin, and member of Folk
Dancing Club: cultivates Flower gardens.
BOUTON, BETTY--Popular Chairman of the Friendship Committee,
Honor Society, Charm and Make-up Committees: takes special pleasure in
BOYCE, HUGH SCOTT Cscottyj-Assisted in the activities of the indus-
trious Stage Force. Service and French Clubs, Lunchroom Committee: mem-
ber of Track and Tennis Teams.
BOYD, ELIZABETH ANNE Clbbyb-Active Girls' Club Roll Representa-
tive, Chairman ofthe Poster Committee, Senior Sister, P.-T. A. Usher, mem-
ber of Make-up Committee: enjoys playing the piano.
BRADDOCK, ELTON JOHN CMoosel-Hard-working member of Stage
Force Anglers Club Service Club hopes to enter the mechanic profession
as a machinist
BRANN ROBERT HENRY CBobJ Played Intramural Basketball and has
special ability for cookery which should help to fulfill his ambition to be a
BRAZELL BILL With music as his favorite subject appeared in Sweet
hearts Pirates of Penzance and The Chocolate Soldier enjoys music
BREWIN JOHN fjohnnyj Had no time for school activities since work
outside of Franklin s walls kept him busy likes radios and sailboats
BROUGHAM RONALD fRonnyJ Entered from Edmonds soon becoming
Assistant Football Coach here also appeared in The Chocolate Soldier
interested in music and fishing
BROWN WILLIAM WALTER QBIIIJ Peppy member of Hi Y Spanish
and Commercial Clubs looks forward to obtaining a position as a govern
BROWNE MARTHA CASTLEMAINE Industrious French Club Secre
tary Girls Club Roll Representative Stamp Plan Representative member
of the Wardrob and Costume Committees
BRYANT ELIZABETH CBettyJ Pleasing Big Cousin Girls Club Ro
Representative member of Make up Committee French Club appeared in
Blossom Time Mid Winter Concert
BUCHANAN GLADYS ROBERTA Another of our talented dramatic
stars appearing in Senior Play and Vodvil Bank Cashier member of Ex
perimental One Act Play Company
BUCKNER DOROTHY MAE CD00 Prominent Chairman ofDecorat1ons
Committee member of Student Advisor Make up and Costume Committees
Honor Society Ski Club an ardent knitter
BURNETT MARY JANE Uaneb Served on Ushers and Doormen Com
mitte four years hopes to secure a good secretarial position collects stamps
BURSTEIN SYLVIA MARIE CBurrD Active Girls Club Roll Repre
sentative member of Make up Committee Social Service Committee has
a desire fo being a department store buyer
BUSSCHER JOHN ALBERT tBushJ Played First Team Golf Intra
mural Basketball and Baseball and was prominent in Ski Club swings an
expert golf club
Seniors . . . I9
fa 1 ,t we AP' 'X 'Tift ty
t- - l n - 1 - l Y '
1 v ' n l v
' V r f .i V
' - i 1 ' fe"-efffi-'fezwafssaifaftw s. - :anew , ' ' -- - ' -.pt -:-,,,t:,,:.,-g,i'- norm-saw.-s fs- 11. .,
' . , ' ' ' tt I.. -'ffm , .'w"ifs ",1:.,.-4 f' J - hawk- .row-' 'F-' f4,1v."'iSi 4'?,,w15g"- ss-1 ,s."fhrt4-7 I-vimzttl''asti'..w5sx'7g'- 1! r'-7:52-fr?-rt-Pfffv was H 2-ij r
A , - . J - ,ZH 4 ,, ,,-,.-gy:Qs,- 4,,m,W .t dvrr aw. ,L..,w-,?,3s,g.:'t.,,,.,,:,s,,,.q-,,,ttsif JA, , A fwf.c.,wv:,.1, gms, ., tt l A
. I - . 1 s-'Hi i 1- H 2
20 . . . Seniors
BYERS, GERALDINE .IEANETTE CGerryl-Served on the busy Four
o'Clock Tea Committee, Standards Committee. and was helpful as a Senior
Sister: keeps a scrapbook.
BYRD, NORA EMMALINE Ksisj-Capable member of the Ushers and
Doormen Committee, Junior-Senior Choir: chooses recipe collecting as her
BYRNE, MARY CECILIA-Turned out for Baseball in her Senior year,
and also likes to swim: has the ambition to become a telephone operator.
CALLAHAN, RUTH MARCELLA CRuthiej-Plcasing Chairman of the
Four o'Clock Tea Committee: hopefully looks ahead to securing a position
in fashion design work.
CAMERON, KATHRYN LEE fKittyJ-Intellectual President of the Honor
Society, prominent in World Affairs, Tusitala, and Debate Clubs: chooses
reading and writing as her hobbies.
CAMP, DONALD KENNETH fDonj-Popular President of "F" Club,
Vice-President of Hi-Y, Secretary of Sophomore Class, prominent in all
Intramural Sports, First Team Football.
CAMPBELL, JEAN-Worked hard as Chairman of Senior Play Committee,
active in Tusitala Club, Costume Committee, "Pirates of Penzance."
CANAVAN, LEONARD EDWARD fM0nkj-Played Freshman, Second
and First Team Football, Intramural Volleyball, and belonged to Service
Club: likes all athletics.
CAPPELLETTI, LEE ERNEST Took an active part in all Intramural
Sports. Honor Society: hopes to enter the business world as a bookkeeper.
CARLSON. ALVIN TED 4A1l-Asset to Franklin's Baseball Team, mem-
ber of Spanish and Thrift Clubs: interested in aeronautical engineering and
chooses baseball as his hobby.
HUGHES, VERNICE tVermel-Turned out for athletics and was a mem-
ber ofthe Honor Society: also worked outside of school: likes all sports.
CASTROW. ED WILLIAM CBudl-One of our experts on First Team
Baseball, Intramural Basketball, "F" Club, Hi-Y, A Capella Choir: in-
terested primarily in baseball.
CATES CHARLET FRANCES Head Usher of Ushers and Doormen Com
mittee Corresponding Club Chairman Bank Cashier Stamp Representative
Senior Sister member of Tusitala Club
CAVAN KATHRYN CK1ttll Entered from Garfield in 35 worked dill
gently here as Tolo Weekly s Associate News Editor and Managing Editor
also Chairman of Research Committee
CHAFFEE HUGH HENDERSON For three years was a member of the
French Club has an interest in the subject of aviation and likes skiing
CHICKETTI ANNE-Friendly Senior Sister Student Sponsor Cvlee and
Commercial Club member likes to play tennis and work crossword puzzles
CHIECHI MARY ANN fChICkI9Q Besides being a member of the Stamp
Club is interested in knitting and playing tennis plans to do office work
CLARBERG JANE ELIZABETH Capable Student Sponsor member of
Ushers and Doormen and Alumni Committees chooses drawing as her
CLARK CLENET fferryj Entered Franklin from Nebraska High School
as a junior and soon became active in the World Affairs Club enjoys
CLEMEN CHARLES VICTOR CCharI1eJ Attended the French Club
meetings and was a Bank Cashier and a Stamp Representative Ends en
joyment in swimming and ice skating
CLEMMONS JOHN STEVENS fCIemJ Our popular Hi Y President
Center on First Team Basketball Chairman of Vocational Committee Com
mercial Club member likes Fishing and hiking
COFFIN LILLIAN MABEL CLIIIJ Entered from Yakima High School
where she was a member of the Girls Athletic Club World Friendship and
Glee Clubs Make up Committee
COOK WILLIAM CBJIIJ Active member of World Aftairs Club worked
on Stamp Plan Committee makes use of his spare time by collecting names
COPELAND JIM LLOYD CCopeJ Huskv member of First Team Base
ball and Football First and Second Teams Basketball Hi Y his favorite
pastime is sailing
. . . , - . .
. - V . , 1- . . " " - ' A - Gif-ae ' .3f'1p,,: ,.'Lg-gp-,gf ' , fffffsjf- jfdgui-fi: 'WIKY1-,.--r ,- ff. f.:,, ' QF""4ss- ' 4-
"5fvr'-A a f
COULON VERNON JOHN CVernJ Distinguished Boys Club Presrdent
Junior Class Presrdent Frrst Place Winner of Upton Oratorrcal Contest
Presrdent of Inter High School Student Council F rst Team Basketball
COLENS DOROTHY LORRAINE fDotty7 Well liked as Grrls Club
Recording Secretary Vice Presrdent of Junior Class member of Make up
CRAYS JOHN GEORGE A sports enthusrast playing on Second Team
Football and Intramural Basketball Squad participates rn all athletics
CRIMMIN HERBERT DONALD fDonJ Lrkable Sons and Daughters
Club member Boys Club Entertainment Commrttee Skr Club Honor So
crety Orchestra appeared rn Pirates of Penzance
CUTHILL JAMES MacFARLANh fCutJ Expert member of Golf Team
Stamp Plan Representative played Intramural Basketball lrkes to practice
golf strokes rn hrs leisure trme
DALY JEANNE XIARIE Ueanrel Active rn Make up and Green Book
Committees French Club Stamp Plan Representative and Grrls Club Roll
DARROW FLORENCE STELLA Energetic Charrman of Health Com
mrttee Senror Sister Big Cousin member of Honor Grrls and Filing Com
mrttees French and Improvement Clubs
DAVIS PATRICIA FLORENCE CPattyJ Our popular Grrls Club Treas
urer Social Service Representative Charrman of Personal Efficiency Com
mittee member of Honor Socrety French and Skr Clubs
DEADY MARIE CDeedeeJ Peppy lrttle Charrman of Wardrobe Com
mittee Big Cousin and active in Commercral Club Research Commrttee
Mother Daughter Banquet
DECKER GRACE fGracreJ Deserves praise for her athletic abrlrty Vrce
Presrdent of Quaker Maids took part rn all grrls athletics and was a Big
DECKER MARGARET WINNIFRED Capable member of Tusrtala Club
and Improvement Commrttee interested rn handiwork and Finds pleasure
rn reading poetry
DESICS EDNA MAY fEddreJ Our congenial Grrls Club Charrman of
Chairmen Student Sponsor Commercral and Tumbling Club member Honor
Socrety prominent rn all girls athletics
DICKISON NORMAN CCh1efJ Attended meetings of the German Tum
bling and Skr Clubs chooses archery as hrs interesting hobby
DI JULIO GEORGE NICHOLAS fLrttle Brown Boyj Illustrrous Presl
dent of K D s Secretary of Junior Class Presrdent of Sophomore Class
Charrman of Friendship Commrttee Hr Y Freshman Sophomore and Sec
ond Team Basketball
DINGELLO JAMES Cjrmj Has an interest for athletics and played rn
the Stokke League Baseball
DINIUS BUD CHARLES tBertJ Devotes much of hrs time to the rn
terestrng study of avratron was a member of the Avratron and Anglers
DISHMAN BOB CDrshyJ Gave hrs efficient assistance to the Stage Force
four years member of Radro Commercral Sons and Daughters and Skr
DONADEL LENA CLeeJ Industrrous Grrls Club Roll Representative
Charrman of Tolo Clippings Commrttee member of Commercral Club Deco
ratron Commrttee Honor Socrety enjoys rce skatrng
DOWLING MARDELLE KATHERINE fMudj Member of Costume
Commrttee World Affairs Club and Senror Chorr plans to enter nursing
profession a roller skatrng enthusrast
DWYER KAY LOUISE CK1tty Kath Competent Presrdent of Commercral
Club Grrls Club Ticket Charrman member of Folk Dancing and Cloggrng
Clubs lrkes to dance
EARHART, DAVID CProt'J-Participated in Freshman Debates and was
a competent worker in the Library four semesters: plans to attend Wash-
rngton State College.
EASTWOOD, TED HAROLDW Peppy member of Thrift Club, Stage Force,
and played Intramural Basketball: has a fancy for sailing and cruising.
EATON, ESTHER JOYCE Uoyl-EFFrcient Girls' Club Roll Representa-
tive, Librarian, Girls' Club Committee Chairman, Honor Society member:
takes special interest in designing.
EDWARDS, HELEN LORRAINE fEddr'eJ-Vivacious Quaker Maid.
Girls' Club Roll Representative, Big Cousin: active in Athletics I, II, III,
and IV: a crossword puzzle devotee.
rp., wi g S, awk' a r. ,rfriif-5 :YQ,,i-A-lkmgr M
"'R1'r?-?fwf.v'Hrv"-ra1'r:1r1:-r'-fznfnn'-t4z"'M'f'm f 'r 1. 1- ' "1 t- .A a ' .1'f'x"ff-'n"v'111"f-H-'.""'- -f'-'s:1f."'-1-:". "" ' ' " " '
':., :xr-ff31L!5-gi.'-'-g'.57C1:5Lf-I 11-12,1-. nf1r:S11:y'Srt-5251" Vern i 2,-f'5'if73f,?p9. 4i,gg:g'?f f5'Z'91i M' br? I X j ' r ' ' , 3
" . A--' er- - - , sfe .--- ' '-. it ev... 'tr 1 fees i""5n r. '- tr K
C tif- ,ep F' ri ., X ' ,l M 1- ft P ,t 9 vi K ,, '-rss is
:"'i9fl1'L i "iff'1'1' rf -'rf --" - -f S' - ' A. na n 135182.if51:.i,ril1L.txfwE?f-il,-Q!g5f"7ifi'16. 5,4-.?'3'5-g1,, f tq,1L1'1'2?fi?, ,-Q 1' - fie d , ...Q ,,,,Qf,1-,, A 1,3-,L S.:-' 1 Je--A-f, " '9?1 .: - H
22 . . . Seniors
EGUCHI. EUGENE fGeneD-Likes to collect stamps in his spare time
and was a Stamp Club member: played Intramural Basketball and Tennis
for three years.
ELLIOTT. HENRY WOOD QHankJ-Intellectual Vice-President of Serv-
ice Club. member of World Affairs Club and French Club, and worked in
library: likes stamp collecting.
ELLIS, WILLIAM PETIT CBHIJ-Welcomed at World Affairs. French.
and Service Club meetings. and also worked diligently in the library:
another enthusiastic stamp collector.
ENGSTROM, ELEANOR-Pleasing Girls' Club Roll Representative. mem-
ber of Party Tickets Committee. Commercial and Folk Dancing Clubs: ap-
peared in Mid-Winter Concert.
ERNY. RUTH JANET CRufasJ-Animated Quaker Maid, Girls' Club Roll
Representative, member of French and Commercial Clubs. Honor Society:
l.nds special enjoyment in dancing.
ERWIN. BOB DEAN-Prominent in the German Club, Ski Club. Hi-Y,
Opera: enjoys such outdoor sports as hiking and skiing.
EVANS, DAVID GRENVILLE CDibJ-Plans to attend University of
Washington, but also fancies the idea of entering West Point: member of
Spanish and World Affairs Clubs.
EVANS, HERBERT HURSCHAL fHerbJ-An outdoor enthusiast. with
hunting and fishing as his favorite pastimes: hopes to study forestry at Uni-
versity of Washington.
FAIRBANKS. ROBERT CBobD--Entered from Texas, soon becoming a
member of World Affairs and Spanish Clubs: also played Table Tennis:
likes to swim,
FASANO. NICK ORLANDO-Likes nothing better than to hsh and hunt
in his leisure time: played Intramural Basketball for two years.
FASEVICH. MIKE fSwedeJ-Turned out for Track in '36 and has a han-
kering either to be a Coast Guardsman or a teamster.
FEEK. MAXINE LORRAINE fMaxJ-Amiable Girls' Club Roll Repre-
sentative, member of Sons and Daughters'. Commercial. and French Clubs:
enjoys dancing and ice skating.
FEND MARY ELEANOR Faithfully attended the Commercial Club
meetings for four years Chairman of Alumni and Child Welfare Committees
Tumbling Club Mother Daughter Banquet
FOGELQUIST HELEN CTootsb Active Quaker Maid Chairman of Party
Tickets Committee member of Honor Society and turned out for Athletics
FOISE JACK FRANCIS fFuzzyl Efficient Sports Editor of Tolo Weekly
played Sophomore Basketball four years of Tennis and Intramural Ath
letics Honor Society Stamp Club
FORZA ALICE MARGARET CAD Expertly performe her part in t e
Senior Play was a Girls Club Representative membii ish u fa,
Experimental One Act Play Corgwjwd 'bei fgi jp? if , , 4 J
,411 r 61444
FOSTER ARTHUR MARSHALL fAffj Interested in fishing and stamp
collecting and therefore was an enthusiastic member of the Stamp and J
FRANDSEN LEONARD Played Intramural Volleyball Intramural Sec
ond Team and Freshman Basketball interested in bees and athletics of
FRENCH GERALDINL LA VONNE fjerryl Well liked member of the
Sons and Daughters Club Improvement Committee Sextette A Capella
Choir Opera Vodvil Bank Cashier Nurses Assistant
FUJIMOTO GEORGE-Intellectual Photographer of Tolo Annual mem
ber of World Affairs and Stamp Clubs Honor Society enjoys hiking and
FULLERTON JUNE ELENORE Industrious Chairman of Vocational
Committee member of Sons and Dau hters Club Honor Society Nlother
Daughter Banquet and worked in library
GALLAGHER HELEN FRANCES fMidgyJ Has the interesting hobby
of collecting foreign coins was a helpful and an experienced assistant in
FAT! EVELYN MAE fFvl Besides making a name for herself dramatic
ally by her acting in the Vodvil she served as Chairman of Girls Club Dra
GEPNER MAR-IORIE JANE fMargej Likable Bank Cashier active in
French Club Wardrobe Committee and Honor Society likes especially to
danc and ice skate
1. II. , IV.
.1 V . - , h
' . - ' ' ' of ' 1 is
. j, Q' ,
, f f .
K, , 4 ' .e
' Y fy 1' ' .
GOODFIELD, BETTE-Attractive Girls' Club Representative, Big Cousin,
appeared in "Pirates of Penzance," and a Spanish Club member: another
GO RDON, MARY JANE Cjaniej-Popular Girls' Club Representative,
Stamp Representative, active in Glee and Commercial Clubs, Four o'Clock
Tea and Wardrobe Committees: enjoys roller skating.
GOUGH. GEORGE-Did not belong to any organizations, but is interested
in athletics. dramatics, and singing.
GOUGH, RUTH FRANCES tSuzyJ-Helpful Big Cousin, Bank Cashier,
Stamp Plan Representative, member of Make-up Corpsg participates in
sports of all kinds.
GREEN. LEONARD BARTON Useel-One of the excellent performers in
the Senior Play, Vodvil, Experimental One Act Play Company, French Club,
and Stage Force.
HADLOCK. CLYDE MILTON CBaronb-Is interested in all kinds of
sports. turning out for Indoor Baseball and Intramural Volleyball: likes to
HAHNER, KATHERINE MARIE tKayb-Took part in our enjoyable
Mother-Daughter Banquet, Mid-Winter Concert, Commercial and German
Clubsg enjoys dancing and swimming.
HALBERG, BEVERLY EILEEN CBIondie9--Peppy Girls' Club Roll Rep-
resentative, member of Four o'Clock Tea Committee, Commercial and Glee
Clubs, P,-T. A. Usher: likes swimming.
HALBERG, DONALD fDonj-Took part in no school activities! chooses
as his interesting hobby the study of short-wave radio sets.
HALL, ELEANORE GRAHAM CSusieJ-Entered from Queen Anne where
she was active as a Bank Cashier and appeared in Kuay Kapersg sang in
Senior Choir at Franklin.
HAMLIN. DON FILLMORE tHamJ-Industrious President of Spanish
Club two semesters. Business Manager of Senior Play, active in German
and Service Clubs, Honor Society.
HAMLIN. INEZ ELIZABETH CHaneyl-For two years acted as a helpful
assistant to Mme Du Val' collects snapshots for her photograph album.
HAMMOND MILDRED EMILIE CHammyD In addition to being an
active Quaker Maid turned out for Athletics I II III IV an expert diver
HANSCOM HERBERT DANIEL tHerbJ Capable member of Stage
Force Spanish Club and played Intramural Sports in 34
HANSCOM JACK CWhite Hopel Our talented Co Art Editor of Tolo
Annual prominent in Art Club Ushers and Doormen Committee Band
Mid Winter Concert Opera Honor Society
HANSEN ELEANOR ANN Cblliel Competent member of Social Service
Charm Ushers and Doormen Committees Ski Club and active as a Senior
Sister enjoys skiing
HAROLDSON XIARGARET LORINE KMBIEICD Eagerly attended the
meetings of the Thrift Club for three years makes use of her spare time
HARRIS GERALDINE MARILYN CGerryJ Hard working Chairman o
our entertaining Mother Daughter Banquet Chairman of Social Service
Committee Senior Sister Honor Society Commercial Club
HARRIS ROYAL One of our star singers taking part in the Vodvil
Opera Circus as well as being a member of the Tumbling Club
HASKELL AUDREY Looks forward to studying interior decorating at
the University of Washington
HATCHER KATHRYN ELLEN CK1ttenl Chooses swimming as her fa
vorite pastime and is training to do office work
HAVERTY MARGARET MARIE fPeggyb Sang in the Senior Choir
Opera Mid Winter Concert and served as a Girls Club Roll Representa
tlve spends her leisure time by sewing
HAWES CHARLOTTE ELEANOR CCh1cJ Our charming Girls Club
President Chairman of Charm Committee member of French Club Hono
Society Friendship and Make up Committees
HAWKINS LODEMA ELIZABETH tN1caJ Popular as our Senior Class
Treasurer Secretary of junior Class Chairman of Extension Committee
member of Hostess and Charm Committees
Seniors . . . 23
sf www? 1af'le
A .H . , , I ,, wl. ,,,, J , .... ,,.,, ., .. HY, H, , ,,,., , ,.,,.,.,.Y.w,A. V, . .. ,,.,,..,..,,,,,x ,,
f- Q '- -:..1c,4,'- i i : -: as . 'Li . v -of . - . ..:,.-whip.-t-'.-.v fait.
.'1m"I" 6' ' V ...mi--:--It 1---"1 '- f - J' -.+ , fi .,rf:15,f"f --.rg-'--vf.ff.we'4., . . ' is . , 4- '- .' - ':.fgJ:'f.z-fel -W. fr., ...ws .. , ' 1-. :'.-'..t:- 14 qt..-21: .4
- Y 1 -.r A1 .ws-15fGf'r:,-l""s if P1- 4 'n -if 'uf' 2-'5.:+F" i1 - if 'ISifi?f?f w zfffgfotetsxgj e. ' 5 I :wr-' 'no6e.',iwi13'.izQsas 5 Q
.-' .-.te V. , ., Nt..-V. -ft-rf 'A r 'f - ,g, ,g Q j 1 xr vc- gf- - ' Q, pl' :glig f -fs..-, -vt' - 5 : L f- , gt. 1 3-5 :., - ., ,,.-.- 4' -- 5 11 t , -' 2
--'f I -. A .V f ew' gs. H. . Mt- tw . ..f. . : fa ,- -as - wfn..-.at a .fv.tt.73'.::,sS:f5,T?if- safe if 1 V- 51 rs , - f Q M-5
4' KJ' m1.5".-1.3655531151
ifai Q, I so was
24 . . . Seniors
HEADY, PHYLLIS JANE-Prominent member of Sons and Daughters,
French, and Art Clubs, Honor Society: hopes to become a commercial artist.
HEATER, ROBERT FREEMAN iB0bl-Franklin's dynamic tap dancer:
appeared in Vodvils of '34, '35, '36, was Junior Class Treasurer, President
of German Club. Hi-Y member.
HELLENTHAL, RUTH MARIE CRuthiel- Amiable Big Cousin, Chair-
man of Student Sponsor Committee, member of Improvement and Wardrobe
Committees, World Affairs Club, Mother-Daughter Banquet,
HELM. HELEN BETTY iBetl-Entered from Stadium High in Tacoma.
soon becoming popular here as member of Poster and Quaker Cozy Com-
mittee: likes tennis.
HEMRICH. JEAN CAROLYN-Intelligent Co-Editor of Tolo Annuali
World Affairs Club President, member of Student Sponsor and Improvement
Committees. Honor Society, Vodvil,
HENDERSON, GEORGINA ELNA fGeorge-J-Appeared in "The Choco-
late Soldier," and sang in A Capella Choir: enjoys swimming and is in-
terested in costume designing.
HENDRICKS, ANITA fNiteJ-Ehicient switchboard operator for three
years and member of Make-up Committee: likes to roller skate in her spare
HIGANO, AIKO-Active in Quaker Maids, Athletics I, II, III, IV, Japan-
ese and German Clubs, Honor Society, Mother-Daughter Banquet,
HINMAN, WALTER CLIFFORD fWaltl-Served as a capable Vice-
President of the Service Club: makes use of his leisure time by skating.
HOFFMANN, IRVING SPENCER flrvl-Handles the tennis racket ex-
pertly, being a member of Tennis Team four years: German Club member,
Secretary of Service Club.
HOLBROOK. GRACE DOROTHY CGraciel-Capable Sons and Daughters
Club President, Stamp Plan Representative, Bank Cashier, member of Honor
Society and Commercial Club.
HORSLEY, MAXINE CAROL-Assisted in the success of Franklin's
dramatic and singing stars by her work on the Stage Make-up Corps,
HORTH LOIS BERNICEfM1ss Bassj Has music as her favorite subject
participating in Mid Winter Concert Opera Vodvil Senior and All City
Orchestra enjoys sewing
HOWIE GWENDOLYN CGwenl Chooses dancing as her faxorite hobby
and hopes to become a successful stenographer in the near future
HUGHES RAYMOND CRayJ Well known as a competent manager of
First Team Basketball and Baseball Freshman and Sophomore Basketball
Tolo Weekly Hi Y
HUMPHREY MARION fProspectJ Friendly Big Cousin active in Com
mercial Club Operetta Vodvil and Natural Dancing Club chooses dancing
as her hobby
HUNT HEMAN DOWD Served on the important Ushers and Doormen
Committee has sports as his favorite hobby
HUTCHINSON FREDERICK CHARLES Cliutchl Noted a one f
Franklin s most popular athletes playing First Team Basketball and Base
ball Intramural Basketball Football Sophomore Class Vice President
Hi Y member
JACKSON DORIS VIOLA Pleasing member of Senior Orchestra Band
World Affairs and Commercial Clubs Honor Society played Badminton
pursuing the art of knitting
JACKSON JEANNE ELIZABETH Lively member of Tusitala and
French Clubs goes in for all forms of exercise specializing in swimming
JENSEN GEORGE WARREN Cjensl Sagacious Stamp Club member
participated in Track Intramural Basketball and Freshman Play wants
to become a great banker
JOHNS EVELYN VIOLA KEY! Attractive performer in Hixville to
Hollywood and Blossom Time likes to dance and hopes to secure a
good secretarial position
JOHNSON BARBARA fBobb1eJ Energetic Business Nlanager and re
porter of Tolo Weekly Girls Club Publicity Chairman member of Ushers
and Doormen Committee Honor Society
JOHNSON CLARA EMILY fLenal Amiable Chairman of Ticket Com
mittee and member of Teachers Committee looks forward to attending the
University of Washington
, - s o
. . Q' . C . 1 is
'75--7f1:fF-,. 1 .52 111- -- 242.--1-1f2e5f...i.t-1-.21'--weA1a,vfsA.et:::fgff14:f1'ff,'--1., f- -'--.ewes+-:e-e- ,t 4- :arse
. - ,. , '"-si-:f',.j--..',"t ..-1t1F?. -, 414'-1,+'ff-f":"-fs.'.p- fe f A- ,stiff--ze '. if-ff Q" ., 'ff-fl 3" . re te,...Y,- ,iff sf fwfr.: 4.1- ' vw?" T7 V' 2 -' ' +'- X
Hy P c f'
JOHNSON. HAZEL MAE Csunnyl-Friendly member of the Ushers and
Doormen Committee. junior-Senior Choir: plans a musical career with radio
as her goal.
JOHNSON, IDA VIRGINIA-Capable Stamp Plan Representative. Gym-
nasium Clerk, and served as an assistant in the library: enjoys Swlmmlng
and all outdoor sports.
OHNSON, NORMA fNorml-Demure Girls' Club Roll Representative.
ank Cashier, French Club member: likes drawing and hopes to become a
JOHNSTONE. MATTHEW CMattl-Diligent member of Service and
rench Clubs. assistant in library. Bank Cashier: looks forward to enter-
'ng Washington Technical Institute.
ONES. BOB fGomerl-Vice-President of Boys' Club. Vice-President of
reshman and Sophomore Classes. outstanding in Football, Track, Hi-Y,
JOYCE. LELA MAE fLeel-Peppy member of Tumbling Club. Spanish
Club. Ushers and Doormen Committee: plans to attend the Edison Voca-
KACZOR. JOHN HENRY lKautsl-Another skilful golfer, playing on
,First Team Golf, also took an active part in Intramural Basketball and
Senior Orchestra: plays the violin.
KAMIHACHI, JIMMIE-Graduated from Franklin at the mid-semester and
plans to attend the University of Washington.
KATAYAMA, SADAO 6SidJ-Hard-working stage electrician, Stamp Rep-
resentative, and turned out for Intramural Track: has the prohtable hobby
of collecting coins.
KELLER. ALICE CAIJ-Chooses embroidery as her favorite hobby and
expects to train for a nurse's position at the Virginia Mason Hospital.
KIENE, HELEN FRANCES CPeteJ-Amiable member of the Commercial
Club. Spanish Club, and was an enthusiastic Ping Pong player: likes to play
KIKOSHIMA. AMY-Animated Quaker Maid, member of Sons and Daugh-
ters Club. Honor Society: appeared in "Sweethearts." "Pirates of Penzance."
KING MYRON MERTON Member of Stamp Commercial and German
Clubs Ushers and Doormen Committee and played Roll Room Basketball
interested in lathe work
KLINKAM ELIZABETH CBettyl Well liked as Chairman of Cultural
Arts Committee Girls Club Representative Bank Cashier member of Ger
man and Commercial Clubs Honor Society
KNOWLTON HARRY EUGENE Worked in Boys Gymnasium as a
clerk was a member of Spanish and Service Clubs enjoys hunting and
KOCH LORRAINE LOIS fKOCh19l Industrious Chairman of Research
Committee Secretary Treasurer of Commercial Club member of Alumni
Student Sponsor and Improvement Committees Honor Society likes tennis
LAATI LORENI FRED Well known as Captain of the Basketball Team
Secretary of Hi Y member of German Club Honor Society and participated
in all Intramural Sports
LACKEY LOVELLA JUNE CLoveyl Congenial Chairman of Teachers
Committee Art Club Secretary active on Tolo Weekly Staff Experimental
One Act Play Company Student Sponsor Committee
LAGOZZINO JOE CLaggyJ Our popular Senior Class President Vice
President of junior Class Treasurer of Sophomore Class Vice President of
Honor Society First Team Golf Hi Y
LANDRUM MAR-IORIE fMargel Energetic Chairman of the Charm
Committee a memb r of the Minute Girls and Friendship Committees and
the Senior Play Publicity Committee
LANG VIRGINIA RUTH fjeanl Helpful Big Cousin member of the
Commercial Club appeared in The Pirates of Penzance and worked as
a switchboard operator
LANIGAN IACK For two years was a member ofthe World Affairs and
Commercial Clubs Thrift Club Honor Society enjoys Fishing
LARSEN IVAN Clkeyl Made a hit with his excellent acting in the Senior
Play and was a member of the Experimental One Act Play Company
LAWRENCE CHARLOTTE FRANCES tChubbmsJ Our favorite accom
pianist for Nonette Octette Girls Lnsemble Opera Vodvil Mid Winter
Concert Girls Trio junior Senior Choir Commercial Club and Honor
Seniors . . . 25
cf 1 e W
i ' ' in ' , in V
. .V ' - 4, 4. Q . . - ,
.. ..-. ..... ,---.'.--.., ...., ..,.. . .,.,.V . . .... .... . . ,,...., ...., ,.,..-- ,... .. ..... ,,.... -...,s.,..,.,.- ..., - .Q,,
- . . - ,. V, 1 ' wt- af
.ea meth: ami? " ,,,,,,L5-
26 . . . Seniors
LEE, REBA JANE-Cheerful Senior Sister. Girls' Club Representative,
Bank Cashier, member of Commercial Club, Social Service and Four o'Clock
LEICHT, RUTH HELEN CLighthouseJ-Another singing enthusiast.
taking part in Mid-Winter Concert. Glee Club, junior Choir, Quaker Belles:
member of Make-up Committee, Thrift Club,
LEITH, ELTON CEItl--Industrious Ski Club President, expert on Ski
Team, member of Spanish Club, played Freshman Football: interested in
business concerning skiing.
LEWIS. JOHN DAVID fjackj-Took an active part in the Ski Club and
Team, and was a member of the Honor Society, Thrift and French Clubs.
LIND. JOHN TAYLOR fjackj-Devotes a great deal of his time to sail-
ing, swimming, and skiing: hopes to tind a position in the teaching profession.
L'NSE, CLAYTON ELLIS lLizzieJ--Entered from Millbank. South Da-
kota. as a Senior and became a member of the Ushers and Doormen Com-
rrittee: enjoys fishing.
LOUDON, ALMA SALLY-Sang in junior Nonette. Glee Club, and was
welcomed at Commercial Club meetings: chooses dancing as her favorite
LOWMAN, LOIS LEONA fOueenieJ-Pleasing member of Senior Choir,
French Club, and sang in "The Chocolate Soldier," likes to dance and col-
lect toy dogs.
LUCAS, HELEN MARIE CLukeJ-Served as a Girls' Club Roll Repre-
sentative, and attended the meetings of the French Club for two years: en-
joys dancing and swimming.
LUDOVIC, MARY ANN CMimil Worked diligently in the oHice, and was
a member of the Alumni Committee: knits and collects songs during leisure
MAEKAWA, HELEN-Served as Vice-President of the japanese Club,
played Sophomore Baseball: active in all sports, especially swimming,
MAHONEY, MARCELLINE MARGARET-Capable Chairman of Party
Tickets Committee, member of French and Commercial Clubsl has the
ambitious desire of traveling through Europe.
MAHONEY PATRICK GEORGE CPatD Lively Stamp Plan Representa
tive participated in Freshman Track and Intramural Basketball enjoys
swimming and is interested in journalism
MALVEN LUCILLE Interested in home economics and belonged to the
MANGINI CHARLES Is active in all athletics and has an interest in
the furniture business
MANNING DORIS LORRAINE fDodeJ Our winning Senior Class Sec
retary Chairman of Letterbook Committee Efficiency Charm and Minute
Girls Committees Commercial Club Hostess Committee
MAPLES ENID MARJORIE fNedD Popular in Sons and Daughters Club
French and Commercial Clubs Quaker Belles Mid Winter Concert skilled
at swimming and diving
MASUDA SADAHARU CSadl His ambition is a place in the business
profession and he chooses music as his hobby played Freshman Intramural
MATSUMURA MARY TAKUKA fMats1eJ Hard working Feature Editor
of Tolo Weekly active in japanese Thrift and Glee Clubs Publicity for
Senior Play interviews celebrities
MATTSON BRUCE Skilful electrician of Stage Force member of Radio
Science and Anglers Clubs and acted as the announcer at Basketball games
MAUSETH FLOYD ELVIN CCauntl Our energetic Sports Editor of
Tolo Ann nal and Tolo Weekly Football Doctor member of Honor Society
F Club Hi Y
XIAYS MYRTLE MARGARET CMyrtj Worked hard as an oFFice clerk
a member of the Cultural Arts Committee and the Commercial Club an
ardent ski fan
McCARTHY DOROTHY CLAIR fDottyD Noted for her excellent per
formanc in the Senior Play Senior Sister member of Experimental One
Act Play Company Improvement and Ski Clubs
McCLELLAND MARIAN LESTINA Dignified Chairman of Scholarship
Committee Hono Girls Committee junior Nonette Costume and Ushers
and Doormen Committees is interested in knitting
1 t . .
1 . . : , . K .
. r : , .
f - "'r ' H' ' fe' - ' 'W-iff: iv" . ' ' ' "' -:rt - - - W- -- fl 1 -,. ----vyvvergg --1-' -1 q-113:13 - fetef5.+3sg7-.5--7-1-.fi-.f-ly -75,-rt. V--'-W
f.If5f""f:- 1' f -.' 1 - ,..'fa1f'-'s- if " ,' . Q " '. . : 1 'f ,-" '1 . ,ae ' V.-5' 'gms'-e " s . . .fs 7- --- ..-1 1, . - .. 1 A.. . 4.4 .-e. ,,,
" 'r ar..-.,'--refs '. we - aw, 1' gf 2 1 LL' ,-fs., . ' : .fp - . 1 ws., .lata-v"1 ' ' thafr-1: es'-:HZ we c e - ' ts .-1. , js- f' '.::f,1ws 1'::'
.. .. 4 . V . .... - .t ,: . . , .t ,,., .- , , ,1. , ,e .,,c,. ,.t. . ,.,Y,M,,. M., f14f. :'-q,,g.vL ,.gc,,:.,. ,f,g.f,v.,7x.,g..:,gffsL.',-. . , A' M54 3
-f eff: , 4 Q' Me.
'VI A 11.4.-
Me-IUNKIN KEITH PERRY Oeeupies his spare time by working with
model airplanes and wa an eager member of the Aviation Club
MLKPNIII OHN CIIASI Maw It I1 or f the Ann lal Stamp Pan
Representative member of 'Iraek and Ski 'learns enjoys skiing, and sailing
MLKINNEY ROBERT QUENTIN CPr0fJ Studlous member of Honor
Smitty Commerexal Club ind was a Stamp Plan Representative interests
himself by inereasing his stimp eo leetion
MLNAIR TOMMY tMackp No activities are eredited to his name but
he bas had an enjoyable sebool life Lbooses danung as his hobby
XILNAMARA MARY IRI' NI 1l'Vl1reneJ Attixe in Commertxal and World
Adairs Clubs Chairman of Ability Committee Representattwe of Girls Club
and Stamp Plan likes Lamping
MLKNIGHT JACK PRI SCOTI lMaeJ Entered from Portland Oregon
where b I7'il'llLll7?llCLl in Operi I'raek L1tm and Glee Clubs looks forward
to a future of aviation
MIIIER CLARIS ,IOSLPIIINE tjoev Friendly Bank Cashier Stamp
Plat Representatixe likes to dante and plans to take a no lrse in beau y
MOORE RUTH BEVLRI Y tlfev For three years elliuently performed
her job of ehetking roll in study hall ehooses daneing and swimming as
MOORI GLORGI' IHMORY Renowned for his dramatie ptrformanee in
the Senior Play Vodwil Upton Oratorieal Contest Seeretary of Boys Club
member Jf Stamp Ll tb H Y K D
MOORE SALLIE ELIZABETH Talented as a solo pianist appearing in
ehestra Glee Club and Honor Soelety
MORIARTY MARGARET FRANCES lPegl Well liked as Vue Pres:
dent of Commerual Club Chairman of Fr sh'nan Initiation Corrmitt e
Girls Club Ticket Committee and a Stamp Representative
MORRIS WHITNEY tWindyi Played expertly on I'1rst'IC'im Baseball
Intramural Basketball and Vt lleyball appeared in Opera and was a member
of the Spanish Club
MURAKAMI XIASAKO fMHNSI0l Is hopeful of entering the business
world was a member of the Thrift Club Commerual Club and Honor
MURPHY ELLEN CECI-I IA tllflurphl Worked as a Bank Cashier Girls
Club Representative and attended Commercial Club meetings skates and
swims in her spar time
MURRAY PAUL llVlurpI1yJ Int red from Issaquah where be was Presi
dent of Freshman Class Editor ofthe sehool paper on Student Body Danee
Committee Track Basketball
MURRAY RUTH GWENIDOLYN Was a eompetent G rls Cl lb Repre
entative member of World Aqatrs and Freneh Clubs Costume Committee
likes skating dancing and walking
NASS ROBERT HERBERT flfohl Noted for his exeellent aettng ability
appeared in the Senior Play and was aetive in German Club Baseball
NIEI SPN EVELYN MARGARET tI'vl Interest tl primarily in musie
played in the Senior Ortbestra Mid Winter Coneert Opera Vodvil Violin
Trio member of the Commercial Club
NISHIMURA MASAI' fMaxl Industrious Treasurer of German Club
member of the Japanese Club and Honor Soetety has a keen interest in
sewing and knitting
NYLAND IORRAINI4 XIARJORIE fLorenJ EFfie1entCha1rman of Cos
tume Committe Senior Play junior Decoration and Freshman Student
Sponsor Committees has knitting as her favorite hobby
OAKLEY ,IOSEPH HENRY tjoef Admired for his exeellent barmontea
playing appeared in Vodvll and Ctr us member of Tumbling Club Ushers
and Doormen and Improvement Committees
OELSCHLAGEL CHARLOTTE SOPHIA Talented Art Club President
Student Sponsor Stamp Representative Bank Cashier Hostess of Teachers
Tea member of the Sons and Daughters Club
OHTA ARTHUR KAI!! Wcleomed at the Stamp Club meetings was a
member ofthe Honor Soeiety and played Intramural Basketball Baseball
OKAIAKI MASAYUKI fMasl Played Intramural Basketball four years
and belonged to the Honor Souety enjoys fishing and anticipates a future
' ' . ,Q . T ' '- ' .
- :',4:,j :st --:rt 0 - L, 1
K. , ' ' , 1 . . , ' f 3: ' B. . ' , . 3 ' ' V
- e 1 "' ' I ' 2, ' ' , 1 ' ' - J: i
, ' K. . ' , 1 . . h. . L ' I
f ' 1 ,i i- . . K i i
the Concert Assembly. "Pirates of -Penzance." String Ensemble, Senior Or-
' , ex ' ' 5 I ' e .
. , 5 .
28 . . . Seniors
O'KEEFE, EMELYN MARIETTA Climj- Entered from Grant High
School in Portland, Oregon: reads interesting books in her leisure time.
O'NEILL, MARGARET EILEEN fTihhy7-Helped to make our Mother-
Daughter Banquet a success: sang in "The Chocolate Soldier" and the A
OSWALD, ANNE PAGE-Our delightful Girls' Club Vice-President.
Chairman of Friendship Committee, Stamp Plan Representative: member
of Ski Club, Minute Girls Committee.
OWEN, MARY JANE-Popular Sophomore Class Secretary, Chairman of
Floor and Reception Committee. Girls' Club Representative, member of
Charm and Minute Girls Committees and Spanish Club.
PALMER. LAVERNE ARTINA CLaD-Acted as an eidicient Student Spon-
sor, Big Cousin, member of Spanish, Commercial, and Glee Clubs, Lunch-
room Committee: enjoys all sports,
PARSONS, DON WILLIAM-Attended the meetings of the German Club.
Anglers' Club, and played in Orchestra: devotes his spare time to studying
PATTERSON. EARL iPee Weep-Played Intramural Basketball, Baseball,
turned out for Track: interested in aviation and sports of all kinds.
PEARSON. RAYMOND LEE-Champion Table Tennis player, active in
Debate Club. Tennis, Honor Society, Senior Orchestra, Chairman of Fresh-
man and Sophomore Entertainment Committees.
PEASE, BUD-Active in organizing one of the school's best dance or-
chestrasg also played Intramural Basketball.
PETERSON, HARDY WILBUR fPete5-Looks forward to joining the
Navyg enjoys all athletics, taking part in Intramural Basketball and Base-
PUGEL, MARY FRANCES-Prominent in the Commercial Club four years,
worked in the Library, and was an Office Clerk in the Girls' Gymnasiumg
has dancing as her favorite hobby.
PUTMAN, JOHN EDWARD CPutj--An enthusiastic member of the Ski
Team Football Track' has the ambition of becoming a successful shingle
RAMSEY RUTH Worked efficiently as Chairman of Girls Club Program
Committee member of Commercial and French Clubs Honor Society
RANDLE GERALDINE MARGARET fGerryJ Two years a capable
office worker and member of the Alumni Committee is becoming adept at
the art of knitting
RANYARD JEAN IDELLA CRannyJ Energetic Chairman of Filing Com
mittee Charm and Make up Committees French Club Operetta Girls
Scxtette likes to knit and ice skate
REARDON JOHN CGrmdyJ Dexoted most of his time to fulfilling his
duties as Treasurer of the Boys Club also Treasurer of Freshman Class
Hi Y member
REX DOROTHY LOUISE CD00 Lively Quaker Maid Girls Club Rep
resentative and active in Tumbling Club and Athletics I II III IV likes
knitting and all girls sports
RICHARDSON SYDNEY WILLIAM CSydJ Industrious member of the
Lunchroom Committee Roll Room Debate hopes to become a sales man
ager in the near future
RICKETTS ROBERT NEVILLE CBobl Worked hard as President of
the Service Club and was a member of the Improvement and Ticket Com
RION GWENDOLYN CGwenJ Well liked Chairman of Honor Girls
Committee member of Personal Efhciency and Minute Girls Committees.
Senior Honor Society French Club
ROBERTS OREN VANCE CNEIDJ Was an efhcient Table Tennis Man
ager Bank Cashier took an active part in Service Club and Intramural
Sports enjoys tennis
ROBERTSON HELEN LOUISE Energetic Girls Club Representative
was welcomed at the meetings of World Affairs Tusitala and French Clubs
Experimental One Act Play Company
ROBERTSON JIM Cjakeb Another ardent skier being an active member
of Franklins Ski Club Circulation Manager of Tolo Weekly Glee Club
ROBINSON GLORIA fGIoryJ Cherishes the desire to become a radio
singer was a library assistant Nurse s assistant Senior Choir and French
. . . ,
U - I v
v ' 'v 1 7
' 7 . v
. . . ,
. . , .
. - ,
. . ,
i v i
, . .
Q . A - - - , , Q, ' I ., , I ' ' 1 1' 21 3,-t 2,iiife:.,f I5-7f"'.12'lsu'Z:i.' ' f
. ' - . . , ' " 'Z' ,AIM-' '. . 4' 'ft' 'y"' ', .
, , - ,- . - -, ,. - , ,, ,. . L-. . . :...J ,,f,,.. t 1 'ff-Y1111,-,V A 1' .tw I.,-.,t,,.
fe' it -1' JMS fx' .I 'W
ROBINSON, MARY JANE CSqueekyJ-Entered from Roosevelt. and soon
became popular here in Senior Choir, Mid-Winter Concert, Sextette, "The
Chocolate Soldier:" collects perfume bottles.
ROGERS, HARRISON WILLIAM fHarryJ-For two years attended the
Stamp Club meetings and was a French Club member: enjoys a refreshing
ROLFE, MARY JANET CFeetJ-Talented lead in the Senior Play, Chair-
man of Girls' Club Dramatic Group, One Act Play Company, Opera, Vodvil,
ROLIN, KENNETH FRANKLIN CHigh Pocketsj-Intellectual Secretary
of the Honor Society, Bank Cashier, Boys' Club Clerk: plans to take a course
ROLLO, DOROTHY ANDERSON CDorrieb-Active in girls' sports. Com-
mercial Club, Quaker Belles, Honor Society: likes tennis, swimming. and
ROSE, BERT EDWARD-Vice-President of Senior Class, Chairman of
Assembly Programs, Yell King. Tolo Weekly Reporter. Stamp Representa-
tive: Hi-Y, K. D.'s, Intramural Basketball.
ROSS, LEONARD VICTOR CRedb-Likable Attitude Committee member.
Chairman of the Improvement Committee, and turned out for Intramural
Basketball: is interested in horse-back riding.
RUSH, MARJORIE RUTH CMardyJ-Attractive Girls' Club Representa-
tive, Stamp Representative, member of Stage Make-up Corps. Glee Club,
Senior Choir. Nonette, Sextette, "Blossom Time."
RUSSELL, DONNA MARIE fDonJ-Appeared in Vodvil, Mid-Winter
Concert, Opera, A Capella Choir, Junior-Senior Nonette: Mother-Daughter
Banquet. Thrift Club, Green Book Committee.
SAMAC, ANNE MARYfAttended the meetings of the active Commercial
Club: plans to study beauty culture in order to become a skilful operator.
SANIAC, KATHARINE ISABELLE fKatiej-Gave an excellent perform-
ance inthe Vodvil "Grand Hotel:" was a member of the Octette and Honor
Society: enjoys music.
SAMARZICH. DAN-Lkes all athletics and turned out for Freshman Foot-
SANDBERG EVELYN Served on the Ushers and Doormen Committee
and was a member of the Glee and Spanish Clubs likes to ice skate
SANDS ROGER CBudj An experienced member of the Tennis Squad Ski
Team and belonged to the French and Stamp Clubs likes to ice skate
SANTONE MARY Friendly Big Cousin Bank Cashier Commercial Club
member hopes to enter the business world as an eFFicient stenographer
SAUBER JOHN JOSEPH Cjackj Contributed toward the success of
Franklin s stage productions by his work on the Stage Force also a Radio
SAWADA HIROSHI FRED fSwea'ej Played Second Team and Intra
mural Basketball and was a member of the German Club chooses baseball
as his hobby
SCHILL FRANCES MURIEL fFranj Four years a member ofthe Span
ish Club Commercial Club a Girls Club Roll Representative and checked
roll in study hall
SCI-IMIDT PEGGY CBIond1ej Energetic member of Tumbling Club Nat
ural Dancing Club Costume Committee appeared in Vodvil Opera par
ticipated in girls athletics
SCHUMANN EDWARD fEdj Devotes his spare time to the building of
model airplanes and hopes to attend Ryan School of Aeronautics President
of Aviation Club
SCOTT LEONORA ELIYABETH Industrious member of Spanish Club
Lunchroom and Improvement Committees Honor Society enjoys gardening
and studying outdoor life
SCOTT ROBERTA ELISE CBobb:eJ Intelligent Debate Club member
German and Sons and Daughters Clubs Make up Committee Nonette likes
to read and collect toy elephants
SEBASTIAN MARGARET ALICE KSeb2 Capable Student Director of
Senior Play Chairman of Scrapbook Committee Girls Club Representative
member of Spanish and Art Clubs Honor Society
SEDGWICK MARBETH fMarbyj Active on Girls Club Committee One
Act Play Company Sextette A Capella Choir Vodvll Opera skis and
Seniors . . . 29
, I .
., ,, ,, . .,,,,,,,,.,,.,5,:.,,,.,5.55,.s.::,.-.,,,:...,,.:, .., ., Tv., . . I.,-v ., ,sg r. ,..., .. . . . ,, . . . 4, .... . TH. .ly.yfpg:f':.'1nIiji"Tf'f':'--gfeugigzggff-,ff -ugvq v -,
- f- V L' 1' 'v'f'.1SsY5:"f-'l'3 f 1 4. 1-"-Iii' V A r-'off - - - f 'X -' . 1 '- - ' e 1' t ' 'I 'qffsbtrflgwf -ji- mf
ls' -ifif, .gs -,f.'JfQ'5ff"-'f"'-1354 -fp,"'f2f5lifl1'i":."' IJ f, " .ls J V- E. 1 -cn f , , -. .' ' '- ' , .- .. ,..f 1,-. f. 15:1-1.E:f. 'f13J'5f.,...i37V-T54 7" J :
A J excise:-'Q 'M 4
SILTHER MILDRED fM1ll1ej l'our years a member of the Honor SOLICIY
and anne ln the Commerelal Club would luke to beeome a eourt ste
SEWELL DONALD BERNARD Cllonj Prominent ln World Affarrs
French and Anglers Clubs Intramural Athletres Honor Souety has keen
Interest ln the held of ehemlstry
SHEEHAN EILEEN ANN Cllej Well liked as a Quaker Mald Senior
Slster Xlanager of Freshman Volleyball Spanlsh Club member I73l'IlL,l
pat d m all girls sports
SIBLEY FRANK CHASE CS1hj Attended the entertatnlng Spanxsh Club
meetmgs IS interested 1n alto meehames and hopes to attend the Hemphill
SMITH WILI IAM MERRILI CBAIU Popular Setretarv ot' Freshman
Class President of Sophomore Class member of Band Honor Souety
Flrst Team Traek Freshman Basketball and Ifootball
SMITH EDNA Industrlous Glrls Club Roll Representative member of
Spanlsh and Lommerual Clubs Honor Souety llkes to read good books
SNOOK GWEN fSHO0kl6J Entered from Stadium High rn Tacoma Roll
Ro m Debater Llbrarlan and a member of the Wardrobe Commlttee t
SOYEHIIMA ROSE SHIGIKO Efhuent Sergeant at Arms of japanese
Club member of Folk Danelng and Commerelal Clubs and turned out for
SPARLING JACK No elubs or Lommlttees Ll3ll'T'lEKl hrs membership but
he does have an interest ln the popular outdoor sport of hshnng
SPELLMAN CLAYMOUR CLARENCE CTubI1yj Worked as a Stamp
Representative Tusrtala Club member and turned out for Intramural
Sports enjoys playmg the game Monopoly
STI-.GER PAULINE GAYLE fPaulaJ Promlnent ln the Commerelal Club
Make up Commlttee and Glee Club was also a plamst for the gym elasses
STEVENS JUNE DORIS fStevej Well llked member of Xlake up Com
mxttee Glee Commerual and Spanish Clubs has swxmmlng and drawing
tary of Sons and Daughters Club Stamp Representatlve Semor Class Ad
vertlsxng Manager and turned out for Traek
TACHIYAMA JACK Transferred from Broadway took an aetlve part
here nn Intramural Basketball and Volleyball Servree Club hrs favorxte
sports are swxmmlng and baseball
TAKAHASHI HIDEKO fH8ld1J Was an enthusrastle member of he
Freneh and German Clubs enjoys readmg entertaining books
TAKEUCHI RICHARD CDICICJ Well known as Tolo Weeklys emuent
News Edltor Tlmekeeper at basketball games and member of Stamp Club
A Capella Choxr
TAYLOR BETTY JANE CB Tj Our feminine singing and tap danung
star appearing ln Vodvll Opera Xl1dW1nter Coneert Oetette Grrls Trxo
Sons and Daughters Club member
THERIAULT MILDRI-.D fMlIlIPJ Pleaslng member of Thrift Club and
Freneh Club Lan always make use of an opportunity to go swlmmrng
THOMAS CHESTER RAYMOND Served as an lndustrlous member
the Ushers and Doormen Commltee llkes to work wlth radro sets
THOMPSON ALICE MARGARET Genlal Chalrman of Ability Com
muttee Gtrls Club Representatnve Stamp Representatnve member of Span
rsh Commerelal and World Affairs Clubs Glrls Sextette
THOMPSON EVELYN BERNICE fI'veej Energetxu member of Girls
Club Restroom Committee German Commerelal and Folk Danelng Clubs
was a Big Cousin and a speared lll Vodvll
THOMSON JAMES RALPHAEL fTommyj Aetlve ln Freshman Foot
ball Roll Room Basketball Intramural Traek and was a Bank Cashler
ehooses mechanres as his hobby
TIETJEN EDWARD Cbdj Served as a Representatrve of the Stamp Plan
Commlttee sails a boat and praetlees rltle shooting ln his spare tlme
TOKAREFF GEORGE CRasputmj Our husky Flrst Team Football player
Freshman and Seeond Team Basketball and prominent ln H1 Y and K D s
Interested ln all sports
O I D
Q Q , ' ' , - ' I a
SULLIVAN, PAT CSullyJ-Tolo Annual's excellent Co-Art Editor. Secre-
' ' ' 1 B. .' . ' . t
, ' I 7 . -' ' -' ' ot'
W Z . 1 Q .1 . J . , .A H . A
TRACY, LENORE-Another of our "athletic girls." taking part in Ath-
letics I. II, III, IV, Quaker Maids: Commercial, Thrift, and Spanish Clubs:
also likes to read.
TSUKUNO, SHIGENOBU fshigj Played Intramural Basketball. and was
a member of the Spanish, Stamp, and Science Clubs: enjoys hiking and
TUDOR, TONY JOHN-Skilled at handling golf clubs, was a member of
First Team Golf, and played Ping Pong and Handball: sang in Senior Choir,
TURNER, JACK ELLSWORTH-Collects pictures of auto-racing and likes
to ski. being a member of the Ski Club and Team: was a German Club
TWEDT, JOHN MELVIN fMelj-Participated in no school activities. but
is very interested in the subject of forestry: finds enjoyment in swimming.
ULBRICKSON, CHARLES-Took an active part in Second Team Football.
and participated in Franklin's Circus.
VAN DYKE, GORDON STANCLIFF fGordyj-Interests himself with the
study of radio and electricity: hopes to enter the business profession after
attending the University of Washington.
VICARY, JUNE MIRIAM-Capable Chairman of the Restroom Committee,
member ofthe Four o'Clock Tea Committee. and the Commercial Club.
WADDINGTON. EDITH flideej-Helpful as Assistant Student Director
of Vodvil, and served on Girls' Club, Teachers', and Ticket Committees:
WADE, DAN EDWARD-Matched his wits with the other members of the
Ch-:ss Team, and also belonged to the Track Team: collects scentitic infor-
WEBSTER, DEAN EVERET-Develops his mental alertness by playing
the game of chess, and also draws cartoons in his leisure moments: a German
WEIR, KAY-Elihcient member of Ushers and Doormen, Costume, Ticket,
and Teachers' Committees' enjoys swimming and skiing being a member of
the Ski Club
WERTMAN JANE SUIANNI fSus:eJ Served on the Stage Make up
Corps and was a member of the Honor Society likcs to read interesting
WEST JOE fSlatsj Our swift footed member of First Team Track Soph
omore and Second Team Basketball and active in Intramural Sports enjoys
WHARNSBY DOROTHY MILDRED CD00 Prominent in all girls ath
letics Quaker Maids Make up Committee Commercial Club Social Service
Committee a Senior Sister and Manager of hiking trips
WHITWORTH DOLORES JEAN fJf.'3HlEj Amtable member of Sons
and Daughters Club Experimental One Act Play Company Thrift Com
mercial and Ski Clubs Alumni Committee
WILLIAMS LORNA XIAE Industrious Chairman of Costume Commit
tee member of Charm and Friendship Committees Mixed Double uar
tette Ski Club Thrift Club Girls Volleyball Team
WILLIAMS VIOLET MAE CVIJ Hard working Chairman of Properties
Committee Girls Club Roll Representative Senior Sister Sons and Daugh
ters Spanish and Tumbling Clubs
WING LOIS LUISE CLo :el Well liked by everyone as Girls Club Corre
sponding Secretary President of Junior Class Chairman of Bulletin Board
Committee President of Commercial Club Stamp Representative
WISE DOROTHY fDotj Pleasing Chairman of Tea Time Committee
served on Four o Clock Tea and Girls Club Bulletin Board Committee
WITTWER JOHN fjohnnyj Talented accompanist for the Vodvil Senior
Orchestra and Opera plans a musical career with the University of
Washington as his place of study
WOODFORD MARGARET ELLA CMBFRIEJ Our efficient Co Editor of
Tolo Annual Secretary of Senior Honor Society member of Senior Play
cast Friendship Student Adviser and Standards Committees
YOUNGS RUTH LOUISE Acted as Chairman of Green Book Committee
in 35 Girls Club Roll Representative member of French Tusitala and
ZUGER FRED fFr1tzj For two years assisted the hard working Stage
Force is interested in chemistry and would like to become a forest ranger
4 Lak. V,
Seniors . . . 31
, 4, h. -
' ' t ' .
. ' N i . . 1 ' I ' ' f
' - ' . ' ' .. ' Q - 5,
h .' . ' ' ' 1
- - t
'-1':e"-w,-,-:evf-v-e- , ,rrfv-1--v e-n-t.-wr-'s.-f,::-'N - '- - '-- F ' 's - ' ' '- - - - - - - -s A H- M H- -- --f-e--w ---- X-f
"'i-"'.wv1'-'.?"iL'?'f'5 'fiii ' . Yf'i.':?t9T'T '-GTU5 3fE'."5'f"f f ' ' ' 1 4 'L' '. , '. 'ii 1. '- 521
-s-.-.- . 4. . M.. .'., . ,-,, . -... ,,,. . ,,. , . ., , . -
Seniors . . . 32
Aiko Higano ........ Valedictonan
joe Lagozzin . ..,,... Class Choice
Bob Heater ......, Faculty Choice
Don Hamlin ...... . . Salutatorian
Gladys Buchanan ....... Class Choice
Kathryn Cameron ...... Faculty Choice
V A L E D I C T 0 R Y
COMING to the front to represent the Class of 1937, these line
students realize their ambitions only after years of hard Work.
Aiko Higano, who gathered in the greatest number of grade
points, and Don Hamlin, who was her close second, bear the honor
of valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively.
The faculty's choice to represent the class are two versatile and
popular people-Kathryn Cameron and Bob Heater.
Finally, there are the popular class choices, Gladys Buchanan,
who took part in the Senior Play, and joe Lagozzino, who is the
Senior Class President.
LQ B1g Ole was Black
emlth at Paul Bunyan S headquarters No job m lron or
Steel was too dlmtlllt for hlm He could take a good sxzed
mule r1ght on hm lap and shoe It HIS b1ggest Job was to
shoe Babe the blue ox Babe s shoes were so blg that one
day when he cast one of them It was hurled for two m11es
tearmg down forty aeres of pme and mjurmg elghteen
Swedes who were iswampmg out slndways
'xv rn-.fri V
'tg V T- :qfgf Na .
L .L I iffl. '
lf.. 1 xi 1 .f'
11- 4,3 1 ,
K Al 7. L wr V
' V' I u,A-'gb
. '45 A.
I . .4 4,
-1 . ,
r-.- --. '12 '
k ' ei. 4 ..
' . . 'A -1, ,-gal'
- , . uv. .Sli 1-
-'4-5 ,- . va--.,-sf --ff -
Q31 f a
X xi 45-':' ' -.w w
. .1 1 , ,,.- A,-s,.?v,v-.,
, F . 2 ' 'J' ,-'Y
"z. HJ? '-S 1' '-Z-irq ' -vm Ig
'-4:- fa ' K " ?'1-"if"s- .- ' '
'x,',- N ' r , .,,.c"l uf' "-4
-. V l
-.' 5 ti.-9" ' ' :IPC "'5" " 1-,
af., : I- :5v.,.,,, - J i . A
- nl go ', -' ..,. '
J-1. , - , A . I lj ' 'EI " ,4-'
U. . .h , 'I ,. -., .
.. -...bl ,fu ,sr wr- 3 ' '- ,
" L " . .5 - 5 'Nha
-, :Q .Q I 'Q ' - , . L-V
-M G..-A' '- F3 ' 1" '
1'-1. F 25 2 '
A-1. .A fl d ,,..-.Q
. , . . .
. . .
' :."7j, 1 il"-1,
I LLL: im - , .,
'- fn H pi'
QQ-ff '- r '
-r ' .
.. -parm .
l we fn ' gn ser .
u H :fre
. ii' "wif-539
' l ' I 31 fx
- L A 3 X-
5 ix . A ,
-2. New V A W .
,, -f . FF ' ',-" .
-. i t. fl J '-""' ' '
wi ' :- Q
I K ai' gr ,
Will, EQ Q. , .
, - . 1 " g,.' F'
'Ii -"i e"' ,. A' ' .
Juniors . . . 37
Junior Class Officers
fFirstRow1 fSecond Rowl
Miss Anna M. Daughtery ...... Adviser jim Davenport ....... President Il
Leonard Tazioli ..,..... President I George Sparling ...,. Vice President II
janet Blashneld ....,. Vice President I Pat Cowan .... . . . Secretary II
jack Finley ,.... . . . Secretary I Phyllis Herzog . . . . Treasurer II
Bob Heater . . . Treasurer 1
THOUGH PAUL BUNYAN was strong, he never boasted. The
strength of the Junior Class lies in its exceptional class spirit
and enthusiasm as shown by popular meetings advised by Miss
Highlighting a season of entertainment was the Christmas mixer
where balloons were given away. A new experiment of having
students give dancing lessons for Juniors was successfully put
The juniors can claim many artists in the music and dramatic
fields and a glance at the athletic pages will show many junior
We predict an eventful future for next year's leaders.
38 . . . Juniors
mow' 5313 4,55 ,Riff A 3 Sta W? 1512-aw 1+ .f.f?'ff We '? H-:Qi ,Q W
' Eff V s A uf.. .f 11. 'ge ' ' . ' !'IT""'4 A "",. . 72' 'H' 'Y Tx v.nifL'!"7f"ffi "'lr iU,,-", WIT Q I-'W"1u" 'H' ' 1' '--Pa.:-tru. . ' 725E3"l'V'5"'."7Tf"5 ' R'T'f5"L"f1""f'Bf.""'f"'T'-fm" "' "' ' ' B ' "Bl'f'f"7'7'T1Ev?"" V
:',,,,.,,.1.t-1:-'zwgi4.Q..,v -5 gg , - . .Mf yr- .T-:il .X ,.,g .fly xg? , ,,,,,1,,,. Z- Q A-. Q. we iq.: V ,-1 5, 4 4.2: 5. ni,-,'5,g,,'ff rf s, 3, M g dm.-1 ,,s.-uf wan :Q :ff .' .. , in V W: , n
-2- J 'SVN--14"-G-m1',a1"4' 'S '- Y . gs., "Wg, ,mi -1' -gfa.rz,w'+:1f'- J bw,gt.5vm,g41a,r'3, i'.:..-ai-..fQs,,..-15 1x1:fw",.th- 'HL 'pw-1' ' T i'-' 4f,14,.'f.' TA-"f",'a4 .11 A -A-1 -r - V-ww,-.f
L.,-1-,,.f,v,':'-L:-..Q-, if, g ,V - , xv' 2 A - ,., 4-1 ' W 5:4 ,-+5-Q-.fza:f5.'f.1 :mg-sg .rggfr bay.-rua' 4- W M. . s - - - T- . fwf- . :ff-.. are-5 -ff Yr.,
Y ' '
y "-c ig -:,9F'- ,..- rr' ,I ff J-wif F172
Juniors . . . 39
A-1 sv-3. ,Q , QV aww, ,gnu
2 f, 1 fl" iT7iQ".',.,l1f"-'ifgig' -52. 'I wg'-i..pbmm,i 7'v-'- '75 'A-In. ' ""': '1 " Jn" f'YA,'Z ,I 'T ', -' f' ' "M ".3'1f'.J'M'-' ' ni: as yrsvqxm-"5.:fe.:,i:':aw- 1 , '-.'-
. ., ,e -1 ,N ., , .7 ,+V-,, . t , . , . F ..- -.1-,W . i,L,.,,.t,. 4, We. .,,,:,., .- W . , -1.--f Wy, , .W-'i:3mo,. 5, ef 5 K ., ,1 . , -
- -1 w'f3v-4':v"-- Qoxlw-'xv ab .:-1 -if. Ei JW L. "mf-rw f .'1f'1,vi'if'f"-fc""1 e,..f-fS'1:,'w.i-1:2 ,X .Q 'sfiifl :-, w1-f'-:.---
- 'H-' ' i 'if ' est-:iv-.1 i ,, Z ' il- f , 1.45:-j:"g"'f zgx.--1-1't:"f.1'f,'k v"-Z-i?'.'e'G"5' K - '- .,. .:,,,a.m . .rm hr ' .. . ' ' -f ..., 6 .7 , iw:e':P3 . .as 331i-7T'f'f'7:'f,'H,-'
-qw .Mi xi 4 35' lflyl
40 . . . Juniors
N 2 4 1 A
,, x Q-iynxxbamfx 15,.,s--+'mar"' ,ffm ewiwic' "QW V 2 7 ff
B , ' Q-1 ' '
, ..- , - ,
7 ., y A, '
-' XJ2:51.12-wf:51b1i4fMauna IW W ' ggi., ' 'm1wBf'f!:vf' I:l311g'.Hf1r-. . fr,? .nif2i'1m " 'w .r,:ep-45-ngf'f.f9 s' 5T 4 -
,- 14:P" "' - f1a'WP " ' L '-"sr,-,u:,":f 1 - gel.-i.--Lalrztac'.eauirfiifd 'frffwfari'f3".feff.'i.:,-f,- .- " , ' -' i '. 1. - f- 1,-1111, 4 -f 21, 'f:.-A.'.--Afrfrafff, .seki-:JZ 2f,CL'l.ci1.LSi-'
,ssh -XF-wr .dh
Juniors . . . 41
Fives, Collins a
x 1 -I 1 . 4
Fleming, Gould ' .
Flynn, Wanda ' I, '
Ford. Bill '
Forte, Joe V l
Harmon Betty jane
in up if r A-' Af-
U, ,,r,y-55 0 JNJ, NN-., -e .wvvgfrit ij me mn. my r M 'rlfrrklgg arf, 2, L1 '9 ,.x'H,,!i NW.!- r Q45 W-5 1:
TTY". .. , ...L Mr, fr-1rr'fn:f':"-"1:'v'r'gcq"iF'T7::'x:'f1j."'f7,'a-. 3 :'- W- X--11 I rr -:.'- -'-f-.W ,xr vgr--1 Q--F-,e.11-we, '.q'Hr:suA-.. - wtf' :rw-'r.fs.-,1111'v?5.4:Ais1?Z, , ' H k:4'g1ff"" Df3E1?h-'3,, ,'Q51!.1.""3
.- V , .v, +4 .,--ft..--. .L.fwt A . . .i. . .A M ..-,xf,.,-r4, ..,w.-.f,, w...,v- ,, f., .,.. 4, ,., -I-f-:Alt-bf..--r.M".' .-,. 'i' ,-.-1 ..f
l a F in! ,,:l--if-. , Hyip , 323 9 .:-' 1-,,,g-12,1-55:2-,,mf,mf wfgfffsez- 1- n ' : iw-1 Qkxpfqliwrwral'A-4-yt?-I 1::'lf3--ffwwf-ffi14:1k:'!.-f-'i-tc ',3,1f.s.:-:isis-else.Jeff-1 'TN
- .,r:,3..,,-5 ,- ?,-v gtg, ff'--'-1 ' L A .,, m i., G, 5' . .5, ,,,i?fx. :Q ,.,.,- z, - 3, f ,.,-1 -,.,z f,f1,,-,j..'a ,. J, --J-. ikaggw F-La..rg:,.ff,,,,-,Lp,,,,H.. F, 73,1:r',.:,-,,f,u4:-:aL-ngwggtf ,
: .-r.fTf--.aaa . iv- M. . ..f.,.- ,. Um: .. .. He: 1 ..-.,4:f.e:-4:.- -0-'.:ru.4:'v1: -f:-, -nw:-1" -,.1.1::"1-f- '- 1 -1, .-.. -e I ' 'f'.:.. , V , - -ae-Lu-f: f.- -. 4- f-.1 QL. ,re A . . .,.' ,
.auf xgfi' fl-.fi-5 f" weave fd'-f
42 . . . Juniors
' 2 - I - . f ex ' .:.,- -.-',.,,.Anr . ie.
Juniors . . . 43
Mcldrum Allie Lou
' --'-'ff ---'H if 1,21 -vwglaf . fg ,,.1Jf,f V, ., V . ,, , A -,,,,,. 4, ., .. :Y V, 1
"Gi11saa"!?" ' gmzfff ffff e " -.4 firing f fl:-1, i,.e?t ' - fvff '- '. e- ,. ui:--' ,i 'A .gmRWEfi1.,.f ,,,. f.-4 , ' f1"'?- 34, 21-F 1 1?
Juniors . . . 45
1:-115' r MF'-P'.ig
,P 1.5 , 1-V., 1, 1--' 5' ' .V - H fe , -r FW1 1-sf 2?-', -' ' J ' " "
lf Y:-5 Lzff-'rf-3:11-'ii-me. :J-1. . 7 1,1:-I-54:-1.2"-l. Wifgk'-?.,aie5f:f-.'- Mu :Lp-1:5-2-n4fff'i.1: 1 . , '
,,IL."l f'-'f-X32 ,- -':fl V, 2i'.'Lf!.E'fy-fl.-ii:2'..x' ,E ..1:.:J-f1f.'.."2, R V.-'Phi -?"'g'1-'23 f '1ffJ.z.-islfzeif 'T-iii.. J ff-' . 1 1 ,Y .- ' 4 , . . -
46 . . . Juniors
Shea Mary jane
2"W',f-2 54 """'fr., fpfft wwf' mcg fa., wav: , ,, ,aim
1 . ' .
-1 n- Fifgv-w':'.1v1""'t'fr"f-1"r:'Yr tnvf, . . ,t:"'f1-71--fr--1-rr: .1 ' ,meer A.--rv -, ,.,.- 1 . - W-fr. -. -. , , ,..,...,...,3v.f.-..5.,,.,Y.-,....,-...N........-,.... . .,,....- .. ....-. .. -. .-.-.,... , ,
fi. ,.,., , ,,,.vx51g,. , ,A-, - , .,g.-5, ny ,li-r'z-q '. gy ru- ""43,Ag,v,k5:t1 44- -t -.-Q-,.,,,3,,-1,-rn '. -si, 5 g ' f , , ,- I .ii-fa:,.1 fi, -1 Arpt' -wi, f. :.'f-aw J rp' . wg V-.f7,,l1,a-g z' ,:,,' ,,, .. -, f ' . ' ' -'i 42:
'z---,ne 4,-fa-M. ' ,ut .-,-via,-f.,.1,is,,.,,,.Lt, -,,,,,r:, . ,aww ,, .,.,.,gL,.- - . .qu F H . . .-. - , , 1, , -1.-,,--Q , ,- .AL ,J ,,',,-...ILM-..-,I ,,.,,,.- ,,..,,1,W A- W., 55y.i,,. ,
W ' 1 'd'-lfbtrsffixiff-1122. 1-sf-f -i-Q.f21fggf2ff'Waf,1-L' url - 1. -f 1-6-,V ex.: . ' SW' 85251 - 1 mv, ,Q -' Qs ' -'f f ,-.21'rr ':v.if,'-1'-irgifv ,wbtgtffffefen ,s ,-,1:- ,-A rf we-ri-' We be ,.- r
f .f .--a.. if - -siacszf , . 'M' :-- A" '1?f5S172 Z-58552 M f-. v .af Fi e.. E..i'r -fill '4Zs':'i -1.155 -ff' we w
ur -R Lv -1 -we -4 -wx -'gf an-f rt 4 'G' ' X W A-su,.i,4-if
. "f"""'-7" ver wrr.'rr:fg'.2:'If"f"' '
, , 7 ,,:.'lffSiv,f',,f1a-3-lgf,,,w.Q?11Z!Q':'-.wr
jpg.,--, .,,,,,,2fY..fgf1g ,-
S Y 4 l A f-.l5""1'f,- amz?-l,,,Q ,t-sg"'ia.1s-we ew ff
48 . . . Juniors
V1lleneL ve George
Y wmamoto Mayo
Q 9 g n n w In order to step up loggmg
productlon Paul lnvented the two man saw The first saw
he made reached across a quarter sect1on of tlmber Paul
could never thmk 1n small un1ts The saw was a great help
1n level country but 1n rough country the trees on the h1ll
tops were cut leavmg the trees m the valleys w1th only
thelr tops cut off It took the strongest crew of men 1n the
camp to pull the saw 1n heavy tlmber even when Paul was
workmg on the other end Paul dldn t mmd worklng w1th
the saw 26 hours a day so long as the fellows on the other
end d1dn't drag thelr feet.
Y AP, X-,f l.
5 l Q
2- X' . '
J. :Q .
Y K f' .
I -Qfii. ' -
'S J 15
Q 1-2 , -
I I , V1 lywcf- ',-- 7,4--.-,. ' I Y
, Q 5' f' " ' 3' 4 IK
'I 1. Q-. ..,-WA,
. gi. 71 of - V 7
' Q f.-f-fngsg -.1 f 1 ,
' 321' 5 J ' Aff Y . ,W-3' n .1 ' ' '
, .. X-,X A 'N ma, . -- , 1.
1 -1 '.-,'-, , 1 ' W., 1 ' Y
. gg. .- . " 5: 2 . -one .- ' ,
5 " , 1 ' '- . - if-1. -.
if Y 'f -i t -, 2' -7: x .V .
fl- . A, Q- but . - 1-'law -' K ff .
1:55 1' ' ' '- 'TF , , ' -. - -. -, . -
f' :xv W 2 , 'Lx '
'f "' 1'P-'M' -. , ' ' iff-' , -f n'
"fl-M 7 ,y ' 51 Q - -I 1 'Nw A. its 5,3'G-'J' Mfg ily v '
Y -'Q-L',3,T,QfH-?75iff'x .' ' ' 7"f 'V 1 "" n..
n 'J1?Y:fr' 'kiwi qs. 1 ' ' f .- - v
t- ,. . 1- ,V , t. '
L, -1 :dm p,:,l g f
.iL21.rfa,275i:? 124-,gc ' f ' ' - -E , .
1' ,ifjftfff H 1' Lf2:',f,.5,'p?6'-'Z n 3 . 1" .. ,
grits-:ff 1 , .- 4 ': if - . - N , I
-v I ,J -w. .5 gg" ,' " ' A
Q' ak- if! - 'Jr-7' 1-:f '12 I 1-J -.
l 'X - fl-'73 2'-.X f'ffl'1Y -1-V' .
. 4,, M, . ,... A
U 1 .
, ' .
. . , . . .
Sophomores . . . 53
Ruth Kelly ........,
Bill Ho er ........
Stephen Itza .........
UNDER THE very competent advisership of Miss Quigley and her
five enthusiastic colleagues, the Sophomore Class finished its sec-
ond year with flying colors.
It had exceptionally well-attended meetings featuring well-
known speakers, among Whom was Ray Daughters of the Wash-
ington Athletic Club. The main event of the year, the Sophomore
Party, held in May, proved a gala occasion.
f 1 J ,
. -, ,A 'uf' Qgfix Zy,.', ,-
" tiiiff- - 'f -
f '- lfzlig g-
4 N,.1z. ,d amiga .V
,gn -.give . n
'N'- "P if
H urrl Marg,1ret
B ntun M11v
Clllltll Q lll L
H rl.,Lso11 ll tty 1
B 111rlrt111 lxtxu
Anderson l lexnorc
B erlut ll 1
Front Roux l
lFront Raw l
De le Vlll l-va
D11Bo1s Yv mnf.
E 1s Dnk
lFront Row l
Gratten Leon 1rcl
Garhutt Alb t
ng 1 Ml Rtnt
xnnss Xl 1
A ness lll
rtl11e Mir llt
A e11 Hub
1: trson D
C rlsxsell anne
Doyle li ll
Engstrom M 1ry A
Cvlasfortl Charl s
F scv1Ll1 le1l1
' . ' Atl' 5 .lilll
all: . 1 1: . .hler -
e . if H1 gan 1111. lly - -
H ' ,rl-1 11- '-- , - A
ll ". , L' Qvlznc A: . 1lcl't'1l
o 2 . .1"z1r- H1" - .lillnu
C. . lg C t'11
I V , ., ,
I . " B1 ' -lll. 2 y -len
. . 1 ff " ll' .
- ' .' l. -Q 2 Bag 'V . l.. V 'Q nu
. ' Bt' -. 'l' illv
r il ll 214 A:-. -. ist-
' V IB: . . ,
. ' Ha .'l un
V -. 1 1 A1 l- . . nk
I ' - V.. 4 Ha - . : 'l 1s
l -h ' ' Cal ' "ul
Castleton. M:-1rtl1a Camcro11.ll'l11lil1
, I 1 .. .
1 f- A 'J
K k '- Ca . f ' . uk
'S Br' . 1 les
. 'I 1 lf-. A -
1 5-.l Col' gs. 15211112
. . ' h F ,. .JZ -.
. ' 5 1
l ' ', 1 ' " , . '
5. ' ' gk
' V. 1 , . . nn
. gr h l
I'ronrRow lBar.k Rowl
Hofert J m
l1'ront Row I
La Salle Lorraine
I Back Raw I
Hoyt Xlary Lou
Moreheld Marx an
1 Q a
l ' lu '
, 1 V .
. I ,
1 I - V
I ' .
. ' I .
Lomax, liesste Lee. Fred
Iffront Rowl I
O Brlan Thomas
Pulakts 'I om
Okada Frat k
IFront Row I
Newland Dora May
II'rar1t Rowl I
Rtehardson Elsie ean
Front Rowl I
S ott Ill 1 1
Rmeh Mary ane
Front Rowl I
Stexensr 1 joyee
Tttus Betty Raye
IFront Rowl I
S eerln Illlt
KBYDIIISRI Dorothy Marte
l Aurel: Marjorie
Peterson Getnr e
R ntlles luster
Nreholst n Wxlfretl
Van Wyek Nuk
N von Pl lltp
ek Row I
ek Row I
B nght H ll
Q - .
'1 - C 511
, Ina, .
' H . - '.' .ll Y rd
-. ' R a 5 . -Y'
Q- - .' .' J V , '
I .. a' x cf . A. '
e . .' lla: I ' l ' 'e
I - II' . -
. v J . V
. I -.J '
Richards. Fl-orenee Riggs.vWalter
I ' .. ,
- 5 r, Bill 5 . .'
l I 1' I y A
, I r
htm' . .' 'an' I ' '
I T ' .F '
Freshmen . . . 57
EVEN AS A youngster Paul Bunyan was persevermg In hxs foot
steps the Freshman Class has surmounted that lost feellng every
nov1t1ate has to overcome
Wlth an able adv1ser an 1ndustr1ous group of officers and an
enthuslastlc student body the Freshman Class began 1ts four year
cl1mb Wlth a vlgor of Whlch lt can Well be proud The class fur
nlshed some promlslng athletlc and dramatlc materlal and gave a
peppy Frosh party
We predlct three more successful years for Frankl1n s newest
add1t1on under the 1ns 1r1ng guldance of Mlss Balley
UC r 5
jf f fu - f
A- VI I I lFirstRaw1 I
f ' V, amllton Rldeout ......., resident
pl H4 If I ackl n isher ....,.. Vice- resident
L ,Lf une Hellen hal . . .... ecretary
V ! V ruce Cowan . '.Se.C0T1d Foil. . . reasuter
V' X, ,ff ' V' arve a er ...... Sergeant-at-Arms
V, if R I rf, iss Ru ailey .,.,,... Adviser
Ly 1 I
I bn if 'L,
0 ' In XL
fyl L . . . -
V yf .
. . ,
qi, it Q.:-f.,' f
'HC I V 31- 1 ,
E r l
27: ' 'ff ,.,. . - a-T
'E Rx, 'E
1' -as 5.1 l
A Nfl 'WJJ 1
Avery Betty jean
Gentile Mary Ellen
I Hack Rowl
Delle Vlti Yolanda
K. 1 I , ..'J
,Q i - J - ai'
' N i Ilia"
. .I F ' V -".J.
. . I .
IFront Rowl lBack Rowl
, .174 I '7Qaf,,vQ9sl'
.yfff ' """ QM' ' Freshmen . . . 59
Hunies, liettv Mae
Johnston. Audrey M.
McIntyre Mary Jean
Lembo J e
Norman Betty Anne
O Brian John
Norman Betty Ray
Bianchi. Geo dy
l Back Rowl
I arsen Joanna
Newton Margaret Ann
O Leary Kathleen
N l i , 1 .
- -Xi Q A ' A
, 1 ' ' ' '
J A ' , , '
J .' '. .
' . . ' - J
I . . .
. v . 1 '. . ,
e , f . ' . - , A . ...QQ -, ,sh J - ,. .iv
60 . . . Freshmen
l Peterson, Phyllis
l Peahody, Dilbert
i Rash. Evelyn
l Ricci, Annie
Rowland, Martha jane
' Repine, Dalas
an N'-if is
I Back Rowl
Yauolmo Richard ls
.' ' i ' 'L . J
. xx -,
' , ' i t . x
.' , I 1 4 j
I h I , ' V " X,
. XS .
, . X -
tiblfiti e4'7,5fff33i4i:'sifsTi1-5733519 '?S?ief53!?i:T9-ff'fiiffi5?f'i2fff'.iliffi .?'ffPffW'iWi" -V f'.A7'7f3T:il7fff77f F1 'if 'ii f"T"?77"'i 'mi 1 v'f!i5,Lf'!7E57iii7? .1 -' '41' Y
'i .p mf:1"73' f f, - A. ,fig g y . ',-.-za: 21:jQ:.2f'3':'f' i' "jf5QLgi!::522'f- iftjqidd i 55 74l,77""7f '5'-'i i i i"1li J4-in mli5'1g37i"1:'3i' K F
SM 4' rf- for 451+ .o .no
WWW fjypyy if
5 ,KM ,M Ev JL XQQQW Jw
' 4Y 'll ,A UVW'
f M , . ,Zulu
M , A A ' 14.14 ,A '
U ' , ' ' - V
1 aj . fy I
XM ' N Y
jj Kc' r f X: ji -, -X - ,
Hy! fy ,JA U ftklx pg- f ' - bl A" , 1- x -4 'I
A , , .
fb wx LJ! F . ' f
P J ' 4 , . '
Jn! Jftk WJU ' ' k. , -P A 1.
lf ia . V ,. f
f-'I 'V' " ' X 'ft TL I f f 'L' 1 71 ' '. '
' i4 ML CJYJ zz' "F h f" if 4-75 Q
K Vf i f I' 4
, ,N.fj J '-
J gf x . jg,
X h l
,yi 7, N K
Nj x X yy? .
yy 5, fbxxx x. ' ,
M W fd X ' A '
X 'f ,'4 In QCA 5 XJ fn
iffqlln MXL qw. x
1 " i in XPLQ. Q- Q 5 I
Paul Bunyan sent a b1g
dr1ve of logs down the Skag1t Rxver to Bellmgham one
Sprlng When they were dehvered they were found to be
the Wrong logs The owners would not accept them and It
was up to Paul to get them batk upstream where they
belonged To dr1ve logs upstream lSlIT1pOSS1blC but a llttle
thlng llke an 1mposs1b1l1ty could not stop Paul He t1ed
he lo s1nto rafts and w1th the axd of a small crew pulled
them back up the uver
1 I ,fx
up -I .iow a '15, ' ' ' k , . I
.,. , .,,. .
gf' ' , -, -4 1 l .
5' - I . J - 7' r- 2:
.3 - 'I . ,s ,Lg ': '
- ,.. V - ' ..1. . A-Usa. '
. W 1 " "l - ' .
. '- W :sera . 7' f -
. '1-.-, ' N - . ' .
1: A , 1 ' Y ' ,
" ' " , 511. 'ff Iiffg2j5'f.,h, '
f. '- ' , -'Q .- '4. . ' W ' . -
f 1, - we-'fl .ak ' . -1:-1-ff., -"Q
.1 e f l 21,1 1' -. , " f '
EL ' -,-. s. 5' , if -4 , l A
' , " Q, 15 ' ' 'I " fi
, ,Q .yn .V,, gh, ., A -
,, - , J Q: ... Q I ,
5 --63 Q' 1 f A
f U l 3 ., . Q, 8, V. .
' ,v 2 iw- fb! ggi? Y V '
'fare Qi Q",-5155! figgif' 7+ '
af' I Q2 Q he :fi ,:,i"kf1'g"E-'A r' 4
7'V'f"'g' Nf " 'gal "
ff " Viv. :Sf X
ff 4 8 .
I-,.Q5eA fag, -1,
5.15 4 jk 1.5
, .,, gmu, .,,, N
N ,. are .. - ' U r
4 tsl? 7.3.AJ,fd 'ef
f.ftg EN - Em ' qfqgg
-1, f 'f' 1' M M55
q' 7' XMX
'J-5 s 'J
. if N. 14 M- 'cg
I' Y :Qu "KBS -eixqgf 'r""f- ,-
4 'A fs x YV! 4 ' 'Ps
u ' ml." "'v if xii
:WM X b 56
' I '-.Q ol Q
r in fx"
w 'f-Z fx r
4 x 1
if a N "
ix , Fi 1 ,il ' Jqv
A x J
' . .1 I'-'nz
ra, I , .
' 1 r n rf'
5 nL:2E,"N"3Q g
.. ,, ,-
nv .,,v-1 4
-f.4L Ba .ri A
H' is. il W
v 'hlgim "
0 -few' ,Q
x 'Sn -'six
V5 s .V 1
if-:Tw egg! "1 sf 'vvfw i ZH fa
5' ' ll 'Q'-'Q 215
1 is nf 'f?l1'2ys, 2'
' ' r-1'5'-yr 5,1
Hwk 5 '
lv? f N H
I X d
'flip Q. .v 'l
1 3 'R
R 1 ix'
: ' qJin'f 15
,493 Ffffli' hi
, W 4' 'xii
1 -.uni it g , 4
JF? 6:59 Y am! 'ir 'xuf
, wg- L "P .
4, Ti, 73x Li
:: x W -.
ng aa in 1. 5,3 if Ak
1. 'NH ws J
'Y' I i 1 rt,
'sf 594-0+ I ' Q
r v s
R rv, mn
1 4 I
1 fy !"'f
'Z 3 V2 xv L no -sn?
vga, 'i Q92 , ., y ' Sita? is
3424 will 1 R-
ex gigr' F'
' b aj' 1-.iw ga,
' ' 275' V
J l X +-Q-M :H t
ru ,hz 1, 'EJ
5 Q '-J mr 4
ds 32 ,Q fig! N
' ' 452 ' -
V-- ' if
,-fiiigs 1 .-,Jvc w
1, ., . if-ra f 'H'-Sf
I A hs .6916 -'Q-f" fs f' c H
gi hui -I',11f.n6b" -y 4' '-P' 4'
..r 0 X ' N 57
fld' W ' I' 125'
:Ek fm' 2244. if -yr A
,F I K A In 2, .Q
'C 0-fmgir 2-'Q' W--' f
4 'N J
A 1 v xq qw 0 fx
-. ' 7
4 an - USN r v'
4 fm qw" . YM
Jr 1-'4 'L ,
' fv ev
12?-M -S Eff
x,ig.3?,?, f gr Mi
Q' try? ,fir I'
I 0, 1
-6152.11 .2 ,321 4 g lr 1' Vi' 1
"I g A Am'
C 7 K
,lx ' 'VW-
X 3 1 Ms.-4"4f,y-rv-q.1...,
A" 4 VM '
"' ,X v 1
W 02-1-x J
. f.-Jqlfif V, f.
-' 4 1915 X
W --V pfwdag 'IVV
v :I-gf Q
1-. 4 6
-wif- V '
gin 5 pf
1 .nom M' 459342779351 jx-Ana yt 3 ,-I-,f
nw-fu, r . 1
NJ 'ifnv J 2. ' " " PN
,- - -,,. ,. vp iv
hw J 'ffiipggfn ,WS 1 I-S :fl
,mu ff, gf,--n vi, vv- - -
,-1, .,, HPIE-In 15g5l..,'h-ef fn '
2 1 w
---X.,-:P .g 5294 Sb ,M-.4g4., ,
-.60-L-4 f Vx- f-"J
' Pa, h V N "
K 174 ,P
1 x- 4 ff:
. L Vx 3, 5' :I
'ff' mpeg -J. . A- 'K 53' '
vzung 'D f 3.
du aww. 1. 'X
"'kqr,.m"' 3 4?
s ,pf , f
Z 4" va' 7, 8
1 I ,,
H3459 X i 2
-wk gbxhi 4
x-1'5x'5' " 2 a ,T 1
4 35 'H
f fa gf, ,,.dQ '
. f ,.
r' "' ' f
off ,fu 45
,off S -rr
f I b 4 t .
A 'itll v I 54
f J? ! :ix
-.. ,...f'1'w my
v QT M 'J
mg-, v f
1-4, 32 r,-.1 12
14. rn " vi
-,w,g- v' .
vz :ahh X
ow.-L' 54.45, '
xA 9 W 4
J 73f5,'Qfa2i:n gr- A
. 151:17 Qr 1,-
an " it-e
-,L-f"' 7 R
2 . Slllllvhkfii xg 4
. ,,,,. ,7 Sz, Af f f "X "V wx" '15 1 -
M.. S U., x-wa-van isdn
: , ,mL,,,.,,K U' , ,gh . ln -1.4 - I , ,V r ,NNQ,,l,,,, ,,Uv,lm ,,d:W,,Y IV, .'-MW ,,W?,.A,v,N9 ,, , . . V .,.4, T., ,,,,..,.V,V, ,,..A I., .f-gT,TV...-cn.
A' 3 f,.---.253 ' -Vfhlfiag , -Vp-rq.,yaf'f L- 1 .. V 'V ' ' 1 .11 - ' ' -, - . 511: ga,
41 5. ,f-, .ali - gy I. f., -..-ff. ., .yYf,,:,jcf- ,f 1 , .. V qi V- V' ',' 5 jy5S2,,.-1-.gyihg
'- ff ' E5 ".'f:gxQY :V -',---.'F:.a"Qu-:,.E.. , 2 , -1.-: L-as Q.: V' '25, 245,241-. ,i5'fawx-
.' ' if - 152.-'A'-W1-" - '- .-T'7 1 V - JV' 2:2--ff ,MH " 1- " .4 5,
"11'wc --1' - " , -M'-. .- PX ,-.xr-'-f.,-!,u,f-ka- f. 4 ,V cu ,-J-wi -VV f V. V . Va?.'.-:-'V '-
'ff ,--. na,2"--f11Vg,V.5-, wiq -Vi '32, -V9-311221: mf 222'-4 .gn
asa- .- 4 if 'f"'.4 ,. FJ. . -f 1 'TQCQQV 1- A - vig? "E1f Villa A .Vxgm V J
- , 1 ." .- j. ',: T' f..--,V,, ' - . . ' .A :'1 'z 1 L, y.1 f -
175' xg f YET' . f il 1 Fi' ', Lf f -, A 'V A '- , 'f 13.0 'J-4' ff ', xv- -' I if 3 4 W .1151 21- ' QW' 'ffl
'Ufrf-7"-IQ' ' 4:-?-.f"3Vifi'f?iflf.-1?-5 -"Hifi: "' La!-V ff? ' - ,. . ' 1' '39 ji Vi.'f,g. W3 y' ' " Wifi'
, .' -4. A ff,,,,, - PH A -, ".- 'L . A - ' - ,' , up - , A.. -' A ' .V . ,- --,VA -, f -' .' -1
sw ...ff 'ii' ' V 1:45-,V . .. VY - - .,-- -: ,ff 111'-"5'L'Vf,7?fffZf,.ff
.653-IL .,egf1' Q- -Z 5,9714 215 45 ,. We A 1' ,' -' df. "0 -L 9 .1 , ,1 -7-1:1-Vzhllm, uf . . f ,--' M- i ' 2 I , V i,'f'.rig' 55-V157
,w-395 ' - V - ,-ir-g'.,'ai,s..',.' 52- 5. -3692! ' -,1,-,-Ex, Z-,gl Tp- - ' :s 4,553 -.M ' fy V 3 I'-13774: Vr- -gh-g ' yt ,'..f4V,. -14.V,Lg',i-i-. -N.
1'-QATFXY?-T 'z-zlfwff I E-igf?iY""',-,fill-V:-Exif Je" J-1 LJ, 452- Qt'-LfS'5I-55.-:-' "Q" ' , ff ' 92'-i'l', 'S,-,- PHWVV f"'Zf" if
gffgfif. '-Quill? Sf ? .."3FL7,2"'fZ Y, Q, ' Q V., H? ' 1 I- 'WV ' f.1'- 4 ' . P VL ' ,Y-:fi-L-Eiga:
:-S'ff,ff1':-,-."- ' " - ""V 2' 1,591-a ffm 1.57: ' :QP - ' V ff' " ' 4 7: ' .- Ve -. :Vu ' '?'f-4,2 CCP-lr ..
' ff . . J fn- 'f-'VK ' . H'-f'YH fi- r. ' .,- - , 1- Hg- - . -w .- 5 -1 Q xV. . V :QA - U, M' -.
If E,-1'f1x.'..t-JIQZQ: 5 "' 'gli'-. I1 .,- - pn.-V 1, -4 'fi jf-' 'Sr-fy-,",i' aaa v ', -gif--,nf .'1 ' f --f J' :W ll, " ..'- 25.31. Q ,1':4, IW ,.'f,i L, 54, -2- I' ' '- V
' X"i"-'F-"4?51'.'-11" ' " R2 .. ,, E' f V2 'Ti' A AY' 'z' ' ' -WZ. 1" 'JJ' -9"-J. ' -. .' "' AIA ' 5, iff-V 'i ' .,
.gYf,fffN14fxg::,:+.V :Q 4'-1. ,ffu.E4?'1v"' 5-.g-fr-'e..f1-.-,- 1 .,. 'gpm if ig .V ffsufg 4.-, m V- ,,.:V1-:fl '51,-,ip-if Q Q.,
' ,rpg ,:, "ya --e :, ., ,. - 3. ' 'J '1'-:'1--,. -, . ,- ,, ' 'P V. 3' , 'V 11 1 Irfan- 3--LVLV: --, . V. 'L-f' "5 . V 4. . - -
-1 a -5-P-:r .lm - V -f 45 ' Q-V'3"'zf?-If '--1-V,aA. -A+ .. - 13- 1-1.-as-,f if -,VE-111 fav .-v?f.?:V P'-2 -.1 -'n .V -L
-rqf- 3AH15QSr'-3- rf- ' u ' 99-,,, Lgf,1:Q.-'-ji.:Er,-.nt-Q Ari: -. 1' ui?-,3:,.,-v-. .-'gn Q -1-
-2f'ff11'!f-?"."z- V- r v -' ' fa! : -"Lv, . -.'V'-5-E ff, ff-Ir 1 V' -Sr?" '1'-aj' ' '.''gfzflffi-5,P,-1.4EL25: Jf, gbVfZw.C'gf " ff, Cl -I 1- -x
.. ,H 1. A.. .,.. ima., ,, rv. 1? ... ., ,V. ,V - , V, ,..,-.-,,,-A ,-,,. V .,,. . ,.1 ,-
43-'11 Q 1 -P--xe':'-Q '-fa-1 1 4 -,1YQ.la: -1 ' "':V'-.'-:-'g.,-,7"' fb 15, .tr f-1 "M-5nVo:' ,391 ff wp ,7' ' f -' :.' z
jg ?'3VQr.V:pZf,gf1, . 1 4 , 9 -",.,- ,ig-w, .f.:.,4f.' -3--.-. " "J 1 ,'.1.V.Q,-- na?S'.-51iTa.7- 1 ci 3. , CK A -e. -4'-'J'
- ,V,gf, . u:u..c,1 4,1-f..,,a5 . , A P 1, .-.,Kgf- Q, S, w 4-,, -7'-,gV132, - 4. 'Hn EQ, . 3.5 .45 A . - 1 g4.e.- 23.3,
g, 1, ,-- -. --.I -- My . . : -.Lb -- , ,,, - x .,:-,,.-1-,. , :,- , ' ' , .,-1., . -. . -R - -. ,V . 1 L'-V,v .IL V
'75-V' L1--,Ei ,VM-.2-, '5 ,gy -1- xi. ' fa" , Q-X .5--1.5 -fn., , 1 . , Q. .. QL- 'aiu' V. JG? 1- , ,Q QV V, Y- 1,n.-v,e5.--
51--itil-,:flf',P'4-5-i.f"','1fL1-iv. -'a V V: 145- 'Fair-HVF'-,-,V 2 -V as 'V rv - 1.,' V ,ggizg .4 ,. 5 1,9 -2'--' .-21:71 -
li.-fig,-T21-fr1'i:'..1' -.Wi ' je .- b . ',-.iwuzx : Q: :"'?:g:, V I' 4, -'f r A-1 "' ' 1 'JH -H ' 'igfiifii -.'f-'QL-1
,v .EV 4 'lg ,- . fi,-,fr :.',. - - 1 : - ,-Y--.-f,-, .- fl, - 49-g-fb 1, ya. f, -,V x"'..5Q ..1'-'- f 2. -
I '11 :'I'gf1'-,..'-1?w.igf.'.ykg.-'FV' :QU alt , ' -f f,'1,?f' QQ, . " J . , 5' 5225 5 " . 'I .5552 ,.4,f-T
- 1 -"-'H'-.V-.A Q iw' A521-" 5' -A i"- r ' '- -., 1 ' c V' - .7: - '. 'f . - '- . 1' , '. '.:-.'F"f -I-23" 2-1. .u '. 1-7-'18 '
.VLA I L r '1:' "-. -. :.V ' 'vi' l'. J, . , 1 -- '- 4- ' - g ,115 51- 1 - "Nui-w' :tw 141- H1 1--.E
if-'i 'V 'f-1+-.?f"fi-E225-.,.a'6Z.-ai- 1-Ski? -- W'-5211-2 V. .'-- ' ' 'H F -5355.-4-V 'FQ' 2L':."93'ssas":1:V:wf--s
j m -."':f 1' -f-f' V - 15' F" .' - 3 2. f o,V "-T31 - ' ,- f 'UAE , 3" 'u if ' fl. ' r, '.': : 'Q' ",fJ'1,:'- "Ar,
V Eff.:-,,-, 3 .a:.42.,ggA?':a..'l. A., gnff .2-Sfhfsg-, .1 -' -. ,fr , - :QA 1 y 42gTffg5'5gf..+.ju ,4,i:5:,?Q-cl-1 in
-.12.'-WPS,-' ' Ia'.,4-Q .-' ,w, '1' g 5-' - 5'.1":5'f'g"2' vga- 'N -- . 4,12-'vig
' f --F-T--25:14-.-1:.f.V5 ff -Q-.Q 41 -1 -.11 . ' 12. -if 1 1? - V :L . - --,,Z-.Lf -.
iff.u'fQ,:'-'5'',Vf'7:"Sj-7'-ff?-34. Ffh-. ' ' :V '15-' -J. ' -.."'QL -, ' . 3..-65 2' 5 . 1-1:-55 J' 'l -P
.--7' fem- 111:-'vw uf-:' h'aH':-'- . V" 75- . V-'Vg-Z '- - - ' ' - J ff. if '-'fa ffq.:f,:.S' V - 1 -Q. 'ag'
Y ',:-f-V.- - --1--K . P. -:V '1 1-'r"f:1,-. :i.f-v-V-- 1 -xf. .
':f.iq'VS1x2"45Q? , -Ti '.2' SQ '. -fi -!Q?2:Tg?,3ii"':, fE -F' ' - ': - A 1. 'eg'-,?'f5Q.-GV. :'f"' , V V
--r: A- -' ' - . rf- 1 V "Qs .' if ' . - V :
' "','.5f1L Qffyj f. "'ff" 21 f'.' 41 '9':?fA"2i32"a,fI5,Q iv:-1 r. .sr xifg- .-- 41-lu, 59,545 :ri iw: fffgfir -41" -""'.' '
is V-.naef-1-w-9 V-Laa'-..4?-,ifaf any-Q Q 5 5' X' 1:-Sf V .V
'gi .V.1 -3 -f, ,, 'ug ' V-,-11.1-: 1 .3,:,., if , ,L jj-LH., 1- , A , ' I 1,. .1 - ', ::,'.,.-L15 3113.5 - .J . , -L --
..f4, gm... .. . . . . .. ...v ., .. Q , -,. 3 , . ,fr ,.a,..s. ,, Y nw
-'V 2'-.r :..:H-'z -f , 1'-gf 1- -y f 12,-var- Z? uf- 3,--3 s 'V 1 wwf" . 4' 1,-16" . 44
-."9+.f.f:?-.e..- -gf -::f'. -.13 Q-32.9-,..31-iw LFQ.-4:.?i,'S..1:f - 5- W m ' ' :+'?51" 'kg-,. -rg- 1. ' y.- -, i",'
'15 ' 3. - bl' QV: v rrffbl 'A qi? gf. .'.I'g-3:12-r-4 -C' ,- tk ,. 11".Qfg2Qg,' 1 "f '1.,, V J:V,gji:.-.'f 112' 7 1 '11 3. ,g
-+- '-'Tau .qw -H'-:'1,Jc.- -- " - ' - V . f' , ' V- :1 '- t ' -1' V ' Es -
x x jj gi--,,i,...fQ ,lx-Q 5,1-.1--Q" in A , u ,fab 1. In N- K In A 1, bt. 1,5245-5 if I , 3 gi 7-t l, 133-'
-, .1 -V.-V.-, , - 3.5-,Q --9. ,,1.,-.-. -,-n:4.- - ,' . , 4' - . ,, ,,1. -.I , - ,.,f,q,:5.: ,,, I ' - , , u , ,,
J:-,, I I, 15 ,xfz5."5,:h,f vii--5 Vj: ., F 551512, F-5, V 35:1 f'T.y "-54 ,52-1. -tr ' . ug- fy- 51 LINE . .. . -4 . ffmlyg 4953. - f' Q2 Q5 I V 53
-gif 1115!-7: Er? '17-I-,1:.l.-xiii' E' Ati-5-1.-,'E -'if 'QF' '-,Q ':.. if 9-y. 5' V . 'f7fVl'- . ' Q- f 'F " I In 'x ' 1- -VQ'?EI'- .' - MVJ7' 1 rV"- ff.
,- .21 --, . ,. -. -w f 1, - . 5 -1- - ': -, ,, ,L . . :. :,. . V ' , ,-"v- ' -'
Q-1, .A14-:Q-A an-V, . V 'JV' I af- ' , -Q41 V if
33.421 ,':-f.f-AV,-'':.-"-:V....e'V-"sa:-M ' 'e I wif .5::f':.-,,'17-3-' -,L 1, A fgss ' H?" 12 ,pf w I , , ' .V
.,'.'.:!'-- 'ILC HE - '45, ' A-.1. ' -'f-:F l fv .wtf .." .:'SYq.- - -'Avf ' 'MAL J- 3,l,,,u:x',-,Lexx V'1g.-Q05 4 - f I --7 ,I J 1" , ,J , yr R V . -, 2:
' ,-5-rg I-7:1 v-ni 'y-'ffQ'?.- df, '91 "' ,VV-' '."' I "J.'-- 4-'f "'rf-ai. ff' 'f-:-3? 1., ,-QV.. ,f ' L--., ,-az tg- , ' Vg' 22,5 -,sw -S
'r:'::VV-mf'-i'f2'z.:bft'. ,- "N -?- ii ' TA' .. V"- -' 'Y-""'gf , . 4 V ,J ' - - ,,-'15 - ,H ' 3-Jw -" 4., tg V- ..,j .r gpg-'1,-:',.,a,-aff ' ,. V.-' vt' -, ,3
I -fag :iv -Qi-4311 "Q-gg' 1- ,' 1 " V Q ' 1 - ,L ' - ,' wzllfp.. ' up ,gf J V f .ff x'V-f-.,','.V..-Q-15.6. f.. QT-:"i 'f ' ?.
'-g:.i- 4195 -Q-, I . V .,f'ff.g . f. A A -' -'-V 1 " 'VL -A . .ff ,Mr ff.:-ffg, V-'V' .f -V ,-4 -
'vin :.f5.S"j1E"f .Vlf - .' ' '. -'Lf' ' v, ,. ', '. A ' '2" 'lf Y -'ZH I'1l":-,Ei
V'yV f51,:3,,.g- 5 . 1 --VH 1 ', ' -- - ' -" ' '-.Q I- 1 , -j- X 3 . I ,f-1+ ." , :
. ff? .3"31T3?7g'.5?l'l -"Iii" rf I a n s " , -, -,g..?. 1'1 ' ' ' . :Q . 'D' - f'f.?f1:iJf37, A 'fi 'tg
.3 ,Hr 2.1.-ff-' --V -1- 'rx' f -. '-X : - 2- . Vw, wi- 1 , ' Q v- ':VqV ., ,v ' - - V'
-r. J ,-. ,..-- 1, -. , .. ,. . ., , F. L- if - , - - JT. . ,. ,-
'lfiig-.,-zip -.LLM . 1 5' df? 'T-f? . Z' . ' Pg gf' 5. . " ' -..V .fy
-3- 0,5-95.1 4 A --,L-.. --A. 4 'c-, ,Q , ,1 - , V F- - J- . .X xx , ,g"3"f1,,, if N.:
-q-, ., --r ff V 'Q-,--' -. - ,L gf -. g 'VA N 4 V P5 '. -, - . M, , -Fx.:-
fi-." p- G '- .' . -,,. ,A ., 1,-.f " Y K gg f .,L - , ' ggi
4' WTC'-,pg 42.12.--b ,,3.!', . f. -,- 1, V,. , :' ' K "ff-yf' ' 'q 'F -'U ' ,, , 'Q .71 .V 9 --11 - ' ' Q
,Fr-ff .'-7y-- -25, .. ,-.,, A . J.-ff'-, -.,.
1 - - is- - 'A - R , .. -. - ,if 2 . ..-.4-1,9 Q
- , . '. 9 -' ' " 4 x L .V K ' , 1 , .VJ-V tix ., ' :L D --rg.. , , -V-Ji-.: - y . .f-:' , .LL I
-P : M Q "'a ' 9 i t V,.:,5f.V":f - -, "' ' " 4 iff? V- X! 1.193 V' 1 'ifl h " Z
- 5338. wp- - M .. ,U 'flrxifcbgl ,- ."f,.' ',-Vf.,fV ' - . A ji V ' ' ,,m 1,1 3 11 A 1 kr 113, ' K , 4' . , g
. - V 1 2 ' '- .,f 1' : V V - -Af Q .1 I T' f-I 1 . 1
'-,Vw--s ,,!' - 1-.f--. .E v mah ' .-,J -E-Un, , -, -pt' f 'f'f? 'fVJ 1 ' . . ' 2?-, 'I-A ' . , c
'F' 1 Q,-, -.1 3
: 51,343 Q, IQ ' g ' gg, fu 1 'h .uf " '. .Q qt? . 'ig":' - .I ' 9 ICI.. '-- ' :v - .1 ' '
'if'-5 Y' ' 1 'if ' ' V, -'tr' ' " ' 'F-H - '- ' - 960: '. 5":"V . -.5 ,"""-' 'v, -' ' .J , 7' , V11 ' - V, Y ' I
..V, ., ,. ,- P .- ,- nvg- ,W .,, -,,., -, :zum .-u,..,r-.2 l , ,. -,- .4 w - 4 , -. .
5:5 - ., X? . , 9 , '- rV39--.1,x!'3,-- .-.9234-f ' , . -V 1- '1 v- '-NF - ' 'V if -
-rl . V ,.,' if-'.-. ,,, ' S' S vw.:-,"' ,, ' .V.V--f-"" -, ,a ' J' .JW -- f. , w. 1 ' I- -1, , '
'-.:" --1541-,,,. .5, .41-1 -Q ,-, ,.1,l'5-,-,...,-1 ,r, .,-K, - . 3' ' , A vu f-,.'-- .: Ki ,:, , 3
'PV . '.-nf ' Z--'01 A ':::+:.r' ..-:lim--V.-,--. - :' -. - ' -X-f" X .- 'V V 's 3
- ,V'l14V-W -,Q-, - .. :,g-frm,-, ,:,.m'V - I , , ,4-7 ' Q.. H- 15' - .g -,f A
-.-'-14.4-:Ja V, , V--r V 2 -' ' - ezf- - .1 . 1-f - V '. 2 ' Vw V 3
.-,.-..-og ff- V -vu.-1.-' '14 , L' F -'14 A - 'r ' . - ,
, ul V- , :A . . -"- Jw: 'tv 6 1- - -1 ' -1 'I r : . +
'. ffs-,.'-N -s,:,,:- ,Y -:E ' -, ' '-,., -,,, d ' ,S-. .Q 'V JJ- g-315' is-.. , 'F . -. ' J. 3 '
' .15-g5.v.,Vg,-,mfg . , - ,,.,:"ff., Y, 4, - -, .gg V n I A . , - V, 4
viw. -.1 AV A . -V . V' V. -' - 5:1 - , A--V if -V - . . z-
.1F.f".'1:'-'-5T.'L:'i r - - '- . 1 1- 2 .,n'-:- -f g. f' 1- .--if' Y' "Q , a- . . , - . " Q
A'f1:f:.1-V-':.'-'.'-'51,-'-L,ES-, 1- " ' V1. 'M ? Q V H -: aff", f - 7 X 1
V ff 1' ' .4 N' V Vi'-1 ' ff .Q F if fr 2, V Ri :
3:5 , , V ,mf A V , :,J,.h I igu ,K JJ 1, QAI. .. A Q ., 4 gi ,yi G... K, Y , V, 3
, V , J, , r-, A 1 J . ,,-s 514: .V Mal wi. ,,.q.w l, -V Qi gnu I, 1 3 2
f i.: - 4, -.-'10 'X ' I4 .L . ' :Wir .' ,. 'A ' -7 ,-'f VV V-A" M' '- H . Y- Vi
. .V-'r - - - ' x '- . - 4 -f.' . 11.411 V- 'EV . V- ' 44. ax-'. .
. :,s1'5f1q. f ' 'T' 5 '- H, bww ' ' ' " -.4,-'TP E v ff . - Q.-. ' 'P 'TT ,- ' , ff' Tjf' 1:4211 1 -
'V ' ' 1 .ob ' '-1'2'f"f1 . '1 " '- V' .-12 ie -:ff ,ff - I 'V V . c -
, , ---,qc 1 ,I ,. 3 ,, - , , 1 . .W .--., Q., .- ,tl 1 I wg . .
i, " iff' ' K ' ' -- -'.,' ,C hz, . 1 ,wg N-xr at A :Vai ,f t . haw, 1. I ' X, , AR- 3
-- -' -,. NV. 3- V- T Fw- ,.V-' 1.,:.i'f' : 5' 1. :N ,QQ-""N , ' - 4 '. 53 .35-:f - f 1:-. "gif - f
, -M9 ' ,H ,:-11 V ,. r. aw- . '51 -. , 11, -,VI If .ff-fs-fr ,
- ff' m wx- .,:: my .- V .,-F . .5 1 H --.V r.- .' f
. 4 - '. , . . . - if -.v- ., - - H..-. . x .V 1 nu, xv - -. - -
4' jg Fx ,xv ', -5-5,5'X.k-x, G 413- 3- ' 4 ' ' . . It 31- , ' 'fw 5.19. y 5
.- ,, ,V ...J .. 4-5. I . -. ,, ,V ,
, - -YS '.' ,..' ,.,--' ., " .- 1. - . " . -1? X4 Dgfknj - ' ,' :', ' .' 1 1
' ' "', 7'1" .G JL' V L. .107 --'- ' . 1,1 1 ' ' 319-I . '- J? " k ' .1 ' ' 3
, - . ff-,-U, L UA ,ng . I ,- , F- V A ,, 1-.55 . N, f-f,,, - -.. . z
X .-"V",-I ' , YQ '5 -qjfi' 'IJQQ' 'lfif Qvw f' tsl" 'Q -L' ,Y " 1 rigff -,- l' "' V X. -V 4 -h 5' -
Q , -lf, ' .r + ' Q, 1- - xr- .', fl" .ll-J V -'53 . .Ji '-- :GLQ ' P ' -pf . 5 5-J. 'ugh gk' ' - ' f 5
, -. . -----, , , ,' ,if-1 ',V ,N -5 '..v :V , ,
', QL "fax, f ,q,.n" .- V, -"E -mf' . g-fu fy,-45. ,:' . 4,-, 1 - 'fl , : A "gy .' .- l.: W.. ' '53 - V : 4
'w' - Vw ,-A J.. A -..5yY'V:.:-' ,..-- k. .," 4,31 51, . ,973 A-ly, N.-, - ' U-5 7 N .flgx 'Nr , 12: 6 5' 1 5
' if 5,1-5 'F' V . , -fu! . .,.-N, '1'-, Kr' V:-, g-o vi' .- .5--gf . Q-f,:. ,f.- R V -lm -u .g- sg. . g x
- .' .-Viv ' -'A L . E. '- ',--gif . '.' . . 'us--1 -45 'ff ' Zfiff ' f. T -.fgg - J 2
V Q71 ' ' -Q :.- L- .- . .. ,..f,-. 45-. - ug:-' 377: fl ' . 'J ..e' nr t ,fu 4 ' 1 -
.. I -,.. -, -.l , -:- -, .3-fry, . "' -5,-. -v,, 1.3 , .. -1, , 1-- :J 'L T .:,--4--Q . .V .
V V - 'qs -, 1, . 1. N ,Q 7 .f.,x. . -- ' :-- , , 1 ,-,. .F - , - -, .-.- - . :
1 -, ' :-na-V -1, , N .A gi: V M ." r, W: , ' pg . -- . , .A ,'- . ' - -. -- 'V A-'. I., ":. -' , 3
, -1 V. -Jn ., - 'A V' V -2: " 1 ,-1 VY QV ' 1
,.a ' ' ' " -Pj 'M' .. -" 5 V ' iff V P" :. 'f - f 1 '
ri ,. xi. . I ,nh jg-2 Uh L ..,..L,.1x-.DI 'wh ,I-is-f.L .rtzfy V - :Vg -.-' :fir :. V , JR.. gif., -.- E4 , A- 5
.V ' : gf ff 43,-u -.:.1-V- -,L Wfrifz. . ' 1,--V-,.g,'.?1VL,:,,, ' - j- Y- E-:.- A ' - - .'-a:1k"f, 3 f -' 1
i-.V..?1Qi 'W - 5 'L V .V A w ir" ':3?""'- ' - . ff - 55 4 -, L' Qi'-5 -'lp I i 1 'V. F -5 ,V ' P
, -1131 . Ag: ' - ' " - ' 'rv Q., .V ,. 1,54 1 ' l ,g' -5 .1: , V ,- T, g"'if -1- 4.4. '. 5251" ' 'Wi' J , . 1.'.-' ' vig V 5-
9' ---A-4 - - ,, -' - - "?r.x-1 -1 " .. , - - fb '15--'..A1 ..' if--f"'!,:1 gk - - L. -
-4+ 14. ' f- V. ' 1 V 1: V - -'-' Q- Y ,-- -. -v --vw -2--.: ,Q .- - ,V -V - x 2
- .J-" Yvsx . "Pi 'H F J - r' - '. A ' ' ' K" A" -" J ." ' "1 -' 4P"51-'.f?:Q?xfi',r WA- V" J- 1 ' ' . 41 1 -F L- 'I
' " , A , 's . - -' f , x -5 'F-.--' ' 5' f' 'qf' ' " all ' "F
5" -fllfz,-I X -' .-af. "'-1:12. . " - "L, ' -"ei:-:f"-' , J-:ff : fx-3
,L ' - , , hi.,-,-Q f ,'-- . ,-.-., L, -- f.. 1.14. .-- KH 1 ' -,I w 5, U' H. . . -r.-F-:L . I, -1-.
-,fir - - L ,- -Q-V .. -v , ..-., ., . . V s - , Ag - . , ,J
flxff. .. ' 'H' '1 ft' - 49' 22" -14' - sic- - '- ' J - - 2.9 '--'.'54f' 1 K
.,.Z2',- H ?4:i.gx::- X W,-1 'A.cE,...- V I, ' , V 1. gf h -. pa i YY .lv-A A V - .Mig .T-T, V '5 ',:,,1r ' .- . ,K--Ml U I mx
,:' ' L . " 1- -.gf ,ut ' ' .1 V if I "Sz Q. ' , ' f , jf '1 -"2
' V ,:' I -- ,fu V ff- ,, .f - ,.'. ,V f 55" -1 1. ' fr- 1 41. 'mr' .. --cx,n, . 35 1'-.N m '.- . -." sir
V " dr 1' " 4" ..'.'4' ' ' "1" n" ff- 'f ' -' -1- 'Z fr- x .-Gil" '-4-H ff. "1E"V ' -' , 2' -'Wi' "3!:':f"" . 2-LS' ,"fi
. 2? .MJ-' ' 4' 'a- '- X,-.e"f' ," ,. f -, . H- -. V?1 '2Z- . 2 -gg- .1-f-'C K "N -' '9"5?'2YVt1
. 'p v- .ig ----4 fl .' L V:-' H- , 55- f- 3 A X A"'f --..:.1. , Q.-R . -gf-gf' 'kg . I-4 lj-
Athletics . . . 65
FRANKLIN went Paul Bunyan in sports during 1937. The bold-
ness of its athletic standings can be shown by the addition of three
new trophies, the mammoth turn-outs, the large attendances, and
the finely renovated field. The soccer team started the cycle off
with a pennant.
Early season hopes Find baseball, tennis, golf. and track likely
-a 5. 'PH'
. t, ?ffQ.,.J', . .
Bif f. ,,L?'
x t? ,Q ,.,,x,,, I '
- 7. -ff' A ' T .:-,, f. .1-'1'f"i-ll.,
4. ' 'I 'W P ' " -if Q "- "'-X
ff' , ' 'iii--5 ',-'M
,uv ' -fi ."' ' Q If .
, A J Q,-y gll I
f ' - i t
:f- ei A s, -. '
'z' , , f -'
5 ' 'KK - ' i . '
..1' f - 'Y . -
, ,..:,L-'glean I . , V- ii
I , Y ix- I,
66 . Athletics
h ennett Don Camp Leonard Canavan Peter Carbon Bob Chapman jim Copeland M 1 h G ll
B b J Captain h
ph R d, Coach
FIRST TEAM FOOTBALL
COPING WITH such added handicaps as mid-season injuries, green
material, and ineligibilities, Coach "Pop" Reed was unable to pro-
duce a football machine which could land any higher than in the
lower division. The "bad break" team lost four games and tied two.
Battling every minute of the ball game, throwing passes with
everything to win and nothing to lose, and punting on the fourth
down, the Quakers found competition too stiff in most contests.
Tran's Flipper and long runs by McCue and Gallo accounted for
several long gains deep into the opposition's territory. Victories
seemed close at hand only to be lost on fumbles.
Captain Bob Jones' sparkling work at backing the line and con-
sistency in passing the ball were responsible for his choice as All-
City center. Len Canavan, charging tackle, won a second team
berth at his post.
Eleven returning lettermen will be on the gridiron in the Green
and Black next fall. They are the following: Chapman, Mallery,
Tran, Johnson, Tannehill, Hall, Carbon, Lazzeroni, Soriano, Non-
tell, and Bennett.
Athletics . . . 67
Eugene johnson Frank Lanernni liarl Mallvry jim lVfrCuc Chelsea Nontell Dewey Soriano Harold Tannehill George Tokareff
Wlth Tran throwtng the passes Hall reeetxtng
them and Gallo off to th raees wtth rangy runs
the Quakers were able to reaeh the Roughrtders
sxx yard llne only to lose the ball on downs De
spite the faet that the midget Gallo made 5 5 yards
per play the seales stood balaneed at 0 to 0 when
the hnal gun was heard
Unable to stop George Xloltne ueen Anne half
bank who ran around over and through the Prank
lln llne the Green and Blaek lost a desperate battle
to the Grlzzlxes Alert Queen Anne baekfxeld men
were Lontlnually lntereepung passes whuh mlght
have ehanged the seore of 15 to 0
One lueky pass was the only dlfferenee between the
power of the Lynx and that of the uakers Frank
lm s lme looked exeeptlonally lmpresslve with
jones and Canavan playing havoe wtth Ltneoln
ays l'l'dllkllll was on rt l
Sydney Pruden Mgr
Tnkln adxantage of the tnjury and the lbsenee of
ones and Canawan malnstays of the home boys
ltne Marshall Stenstrom aee Tlger fullbatk rolled
np enough tomts to eounteraet the hrst touthdown
ef the year Reed s boys were turned baek 20 to 6
at the hands of th Plne Streeters
MLCue seampers down the home streteh for 45
yards before being hauled down on the 4 yard ltne
by the Izagle safety man l"l'3lllCllI1 fumbles on the
next play The damper IS put on the vlttory hope
of the uakers who have ttme after txme punehed
holes into the Cleveland ltne for dlstant gains
Coaeh Reed has to be sattshed with a seoreless txe
tn thts game
l'I'd!'llKllll was ahead ned and hnally lost 1 hearl
breaktng season endmg eontest with the West
Stders The touehdown for th Quakers name early
xn the hrst half on a pass from Tran to Gallo West
Seattle s also Lame vla the atr route blt was tn the
oslng mxnutes fp ay te tnta str tu
of -.--seg- gm fgq- Qnvadstvtv vw-
-Lfvgk QL,-,, Mn 4w..!'g-Y rf eww! , g
X QHFIRST TEAM FooTBALL
I - , - .. . , -,- 2 ' gg ' ' ' . 2 5 '
, K. F - - 1 A X I ,h I
A -A . l it l - 1 I. .. K.A
. . H . ,- .Sl 1 :lb 2, Y l
pl' S' ' :J the sho ent of Ll 6 to 0 ul S 'Q tt l' ,Tl G xl luslc-:27-f 6-
68 . . . Athletics
f"I'gk344 Y' lr: f Y .
11m Copeland Vern Coulon Inrme Endress FI":lll'I3llll1 llavc Hamilton Fred HLllChlll l ll L2il'ClllCl"l
R TEAM SK TBA
CLIMBING the rungs of the basketball ladder one by one and only
occas1onally stepp1ng down 1n favor of opponents who barely eked
out v1ctor1es the Franklln hoopsters Hmshed the race 1n fifth place
wlth SIX w1ns1n twelve starts Coach Cllff Peek and h1s squad took
both games of the1r double round schedule from West Seattle
Lmcoln and Cleveland and faxled 1n the1r dual combats w1th Bal
lard Broadway and Queen Anne
Well attended games won or lost by a few po1nts a new floor
a new 1nsp1rat1onal cup and a fightmg ball club all added to the
glamour of another basketball season
The Quakers lost a poss1b1l1ty to dxsplay the1r wares at the
UH1VCfS1ty of Washmgton Pav1l1on play off when they were robbed
of a v1ctory w1th the champ1onsh1p Ballard Beavers Probably the
most ha1r ra1s1ng hoop thrlller that was ever staged on the Frank
l1n court slnce the leather was first heaved around here took place
,M 2, fm
Lorenz Laatz, apr.
! 7 '
9 9 1
S V4 " T' 1"lE ' ' ' 'fit'f'Vf',-"'ef""':'1",2:1v!2'4f'P2F17?2rz1?r',7f- 'zz'-'r'-'1 e i-'1'.:ff'."i " ' 'f'r'- 1 " '51,-:":','1n ":"fh"rE:V K1f'f'c'rC-V-,-v f 1
V 1 ., ,v 'V .f- V : -' - V ' 1 ,. ,Lf-v.:Nr "fi: "1'.,. , - . . V v- 1 . VV .,,,.'.':.--even. 451932-rf..-K,-. V X '
V, - my ' .. ,, -V t , - -, .7,v,. V ,. ..s..N,f .-rea -qw ,- ng, y., It I .,y.,,-, r ,, , I. ., f::,,., , Wt,-gre: gf. .K+ 4. F'-,,.vVy.1F7.., - ni'
' ' - ' . V A V '
. A . . .-- -,..,,-,-,.',... l , - . . Vu . - ,-. - , .M .,, V-fe. rw, . V , ,. . fig.-"-' rf :VJ
'5' 5 .wi
Athletics . . . 69
Pete Carbon jim Davenport Roger Jayne Ted Kluh Pete Pederson Frank Ruxz Sl Stephens
Ray Hughes Mgr
CIIF1' Peek Coach
ECOND TEAM BASKETBALL
J last fall In that game when a femlmne fan Interfered W1tl'1 what
Ight have been the wmnmg Franklm basket
Aj No more W111 Semors john Clemmons, Jlm Copeland, Lorenz
Laatz, Fred Hutchlnson, or Vern Coulon Hash down the Quaker
Hoor Fred Ha111n Erme Endress, Dave Hamllton, and B111 Zak
meh, who are under graduates, W111 return
JFrank11n s second team ended the season In the cellar W1tl'1 two
Wms and a t1e out of twelve games
Furs! Round Second Round
XJS, . . .
aj J '
X V ' ' '
JA . .
in J J . , . .
. 29 If if
I KJ ' l l ,
lx 6 JY 1
J ii ly
'f .HJ gf' '
..39- '.28 ..38- .20
YN X FRANKLIN . . 34-LINCOLN ..... 26 FRANKLIN . . 38-LINCOLN ..... 28
' . ..23- ...34 ..26- ...38
..42- f ..43 ..35- ..39
. . 35- ..... 37 . . 24- ..... 47
.. - ...33 ..32- ...30
r' V ay '
70 . Athletics
V, f2: 1
. -, . K. -Q.
" ' 'vm 'aan
'i yzfww-f Wir'
Bob Campbell Robert Chapman Louis Curtis Ed Dalby Carl Domes Bob Glassburn Norio Higano Melvin Lewis
Richard Alexander Richard Bennett
Roy Hall Coach Arthur Gratis, Co-Capt.
ROY HALL Franklins very popular track coach, concentrated
all h1s efforts 1n producmg a First class track squad Stlmulatlng
interest 1n the sport by maugurating a cross country event last fall
and a new track club Hall was greeted w1th a turnout well over
the hundred mark
Early season outlooks are not to be dampened by the fact that
only two lettermen return Art Gratls in the hurdles and Joe West
in the two twenty event since the turnouts are developlng a great
deal of h1dden talent
Dlstance finds are Carl Domes, Will Dearborn Bob Campbell
Bob Weber, and Bob V1ele
Joe West Richard Bennett Jack MCKCHZIC, Paul Murray, and
LOUIS Curtis look tops 1n the dashes and spr1nts
new 4 'W 1 K fr w rim
- sc as -
- - sc as - -
M- 2.-1,si,.-1-4 211 -,H+-v.f,.g:.-'wewi' -we 1- M w'w.,'+.n,t4,1,fw::'r -it l. ,, -Lena' 1' ' ,'.-.'a,iff.g.l.i' mp. ,'.,f',12+f"-fs
'L gf" " ' 9' , ,fa'4-png. 1-1 Y-W y R .-me ' - V :HU -.,,f,' 44- ,W ,qi rw., - WML fn 'fog 5 fb- W. , 1 A' A :Vg -.gwwg 3-,Ak 3g,,,-- . HA- W 1 .JW - I.
Q . ' R f: wtfas izw Q-, f. Q1 I ' lf, s ri ? ,45 9 .lf Q iv? l"' 35. 'ilu' 'Will-'V' 'EQ3-wg V2.8
4 79' 1 15' 1 W .sm if
7 gr- ,vw r
' A I 4 I I 1
J k M K R y M ll George Moore Paul Murray Chelsea Nontell john Putnam Charles Starcevich Harold T h ll
Robert Viele Bob W b
Joe West, Co-Cap . Mauric H Mg
9 5 9
9 s v
john Putnam Art Grat1s Buck Mlller and Paul Murray lead
the Held of early turnouts 1n the hurdles
B111 Horsley and Bob Glassburn seem to carry the burden of the
Welghts and h1gh Jumps are conslderably weaker than the rest
of the squad and tend to destroy 1ts balance R1chard Alexander
John Putnam Frank Murray Harold Smlth and Bob Glassburn
head the 11st of hlgh and broad Jumpers
Shot and d1scus events End Ed Dalby Bob Chapman Chelsea
Nontell and Charles Starcevlch settmg the pace Wlth thelr dlstant
Two pole vaulters George Moore and R1chard Alexander are
expected to gather many counters for the Quakers wh1le clearmg
the cross bars 1n Frank11n umforms
,Q BllDyl N kE BbG Binh di-I
RyT G dyB C
phR l lc
FIRST TEAM BASEBALL
CHOPPING DOWN their r1vals with much the same style as Paul
Bunyan logging off the North Dakota forests Pop Reed piloted
last year s baseball machine into the city championship
With the same trumps in his bag of tricks that brought this pen
nant to Franklin and another American Legion team into the
nation s finals Reed is building this year s team Up until press
time the main cogs of his machine were his powerful batteries and
a veteran infield. The offensive power at the plate cannot be over-
Fred Hutchinson, All-City hurler, has the mound duties almost
in the bag. A great array of understudy men pack a great load of
Athletics . . . 73
f X ix K
d H t h ni Cyle Moores Whitney Morris Bob Nass LeRoy Stephens Dewey Soriano Bob Tracy
Emmett Watson Bob Wilds Ralph Yorio
Sydney Pruden, Mgr. Earl Mallery, Mgr. Willard Bergh, Asst C h
FIRST TEAM BASEBALL
On the receiving end behind the plate is Emmett Watson, a
letterman of several years' experience.
Around the bags in the infield We End Dewey Soriano holding
down the number one spot at Hrst. Si Stephens is covering the area
around second, while Ray Tran, another All-City man, is ably
working his territory. At third base are Bob Wilds and Ralph
Yorio fighting hand in hand for this spot. "Rookies" Ralph Hjel-
maa, Bob Mackey, and Nick Eronemo may break in for action be-
fore the season is completed.
American Legion outfielders who worked under Reed last fall
are battling for positions on Franklin's varsity."'Windy" Morris,
Gordy Brandt, and Bob Nass are these candidates. Cranford Wein-
ker, Jim Ferrell, Frank Lazzeroni, Fred Hutchinson, or Bob Nass
can also take their turn in the pastures in case they are called.
ECON TEAM OOTBAL
THE FELLOWS who get knocked down the most and get the least
credit. Though their season was not shining with victories, any
player will tell you he got some real enjoyment out of football
and hopes to be in the spotlight of glory next year.
CONTINUING his coaching career in line style, Coach Roy Hall
produced his second link in his chain of Quaker championships.
Sure-fire blocking on the line, powerful running backs, one or two
freak plays, and a dynamic coach were the chief weapons of attack
as the yearlings shared the victory Hag with the Garfield babes.
Y E L L T E A M
AFTER a year of spectacular performances, the Yell Team is
slowly closing its booking engagements at Franklin. Ralph
Knapp, adviser, and the squad must be congratulated for their
work at all sports assemblies as well as at the games.
- . . , . ., , . . . ,.- ., ...f , A .,.. . , , V . ... ,.
vw. , - -' .4 r V Q.: , .W .,f ,, ..' R, , , ,,.-2. -a-es41'S:.'v wggzbw mf.,-. '-
. , , -. ,,,4- -, . ..,. ,gf , 191. V ir. .-1 .,, ,.. -. f- fm Mk., r fi lu- -.4 .H 1, .., -Q 1 . :.- V ..--+1-vm - -. 1
14 xxx' txtwyv, wif: 'Y i-fz,U,2
" f Y '
1 - - -. V. v in .. - 22-..1.. g--51.11 ir. -f...-,5-,ff .y3.,f: Q1---my-Q,,,pgf,1,fv:.'f, f 411-u-.-fu '- . ' ' . - Q '.
BLOSSOMING forth with what is shaping up to be one of the
strongest underclass track squads in Franklin s history Coach
Hall 1S pointing to the day his team can find competition in the
Frosh Soph meet
The large turn-out which greeted Coach Hall gave excess to a
large, strong, and well balanced second string team. Hall is using
this department to build next year's stars.
PHOMOR SK TBA
AGAIN Ralph Reed came up with a championship squad. The two-
year men tied with Lincoln for the pennant after both had won six
out of eight starts. This ball club overwhelmed their opponents
with a combination attack of clever ball handling and shooting.
RANGY, fast breaking, but lacking the experience of true cham-
pionship' material, the Quaker babes went through a successful
hoop season. The games in which rivals barely eked out victories
placed the squad in iifth place with four wins and as many losses.
, , ., , . .. ,. Nu, ,.. ..,., H.f.,Av,,.,4., ,.. r-,P ..,, -as ..,4-1 ,..f44.',, ,.
rg :it Ti"-i7f"r3"'g"'f"'? '. f."i'-57' 'T :' ",4r' I " -" ' l'?' .ia- A ' I' ' .ha L '-':. f. -1--M
Mfrs-S Tw ii?-:E f'2f1r .s it '
76 . Athletics
Les Ball jack Ellis Ph'l Foise Irving Hoffman Dick Odman Ray Pear
I LeFebvre, Capt.
G t aizure, Coach
DESPITE the loss of two of his best racquet wielders in Bob
Odman and Francis Lewis, who dropped out ofschool, Coach
Grant Laizure is optimistic over his tennis team. Garfield, with
six evenly matched men, is a slight favorite to retain its pennant
of last year.
Little Doug LeFebvre, Truman Ridenour, and Irving Hoffman,
all steady veterans, can be depended upon for points in most of
their single events. Bill Ellis, Dick Odman, Phil and Jack Foisie,
Bus Walters, and Eugene Eguchi are other leading contenders
for the remaining berths.
In the doubles one will no doubt see combinations composed of
Hoffman, LeFebvre, Odman, and Ridenour in action.
"Q f' J..
'gffffifl i 'r
' ,,7 K . . A
,,,, ml. if ' - L.,-fa
Athletics . . .
y Tudor George Kaczqr john Foley jim Cuthill Moreno Casa John Busscher Bob Bro
Ed Baltrusis Bob Adel
' joe Lagozzino, Captain Tony Cales. C h
gi1fa!4ZQ 9536. ,ZZc,c44L-ivan
fx7,0.4Af'ff W 164'
TAKING Lincoln and Ballard into camp in their First two matches
by lop-sided scores, Tony Cales' linksmen are the heavy favorites
to Walk off with another championship. Caso, Lagozzino, Baltrusis,
and Tudor have been playing well up on the list and are consist-
ently copping their points.
Pre-season illness or ineligibilities on the part of Foley, Brown,
and Royce brought a great deal of reserve strength into action.
Next year's hopes can be based on the fine lot of veterans who will
78 . Athletics
CCER AND NTRAMURA
CITY CHAMPIONS' Because a mere handful of boys l1ked soccer
and wanted to play the game Franklm won the soccer pennant
and has been awarded the possesslon of the Slr Thomas Llpton
trophy for one year
A champ1onsh1p team at any sport always deserves cred1t but
the fact that the Quaker soccermen were champlons 1n a new sport
w1thout the a1d of a coach IS somethmg to talk about The success
of Franklm s first year at soccer wxll no doubt brmg out another
strong squad wxth more dellberate plans next year
Cit ampionship Soccer Team
Intramural U lpcrclass Sof wall Captain .'
lntramu :I F .lnnan Volleyball Captains I :mural Managers and Coarh
I J ,
. - 7
. , . .
1 , . ll
"1""'7?5TT'f"'f'4'??'2l"'3'f'f'T'AfIf7'f"'i"', "" T ' H ' ' ' "lik:
r f -2 s W C .
mf5Sf 5:3'i'i 'i1SfeiQg , .. ' .' ' - .. f V 1 '
Athletics . . . 79
b 5 lybllC
HANDBALL basketball horseshoes softball touch football tum
blmg foul shoot1ng volleyball track and table tenn1s are all
brought w1th1n the reach of everyone through the mtramural
Veteran lettermen young Freshmen everyone develops an ever
lastmg fr1endsh1p whlle playmg together on the same team
Coach Chff Peek D1ck Carstensen and Don B1ssett composed
the clock Work behmd th1s year s l1vely and eventful 1ntramural
Intramural Tum ling Team Upmerclass Vol e a aptains
Intramural Handball Champs Intramural Ping-Pong Champs
Intramural Senior Class Basketball Champions
9 1 s 9 1 '
9 9 s 9
9 v -
. . , . .
-vw-:vw-x-av ., , ,. :fm 1 . - V -: 1---:ref-er-fr v 'N-s-1----H ---- -1-f f-K-sv--ff--'yr - - -" e --fcv..-"-wtf-1-rzzff-Aff'--, .. -.. V-f
- jr ., w.' ,. "L . .fc 4 ..-ifgx, ..'.,, -.i,,.- 4 I . X H , I, , - N . 1- . .1,..-',.,f:,.4.::g,:?53-Lf-1.an7,1tQ 1--55
T X" 1 4f., ,'1,tf?ll" 7 I " ' ,, ' ' -3- ' ' 55' "Wa X- ,Q " ' " if-.Z.L',Z1.,,5'.,S?.f 555.3 5
.... r maui - V 1.1-.:., ' 'Y' , an Tzrlzhiir. w -f ' fr "fini -"-'Z' 1 J" ':-- --'fi -we ' ' - f' hx- "f'J,'::v1 w1?zL'-.- ew 'fur --2- r I fn" T " .:a.ua-:-
2 11 fe-1 F Maas .5
A W A R D S
Whitman Baseball Trophy-For the lirst time in twenty-four years
Franklin copped a lirst place in the Seattle High School baseball
league, thereby Winning the new trophy presented by the Puget
Sound Alumni Club of Whitman College.
Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy--Taking the city championship in the
the first year of organized soccer at Franklin, the team was awarded
the Sir Thomas Lipton junior Soccer Championship Cup, which
is one of the two Lipton trophies in America.
Warner Trophy-Every year since 1914 the most inspirational
and beneficial person to Franklin's football machines is honored
by having his name engraved on the Warner Trophy. George
Tokareff, Quaker's chunky fullback, rated this year's award for
his sportsmanlike attitude and spirit of play.
Blanc Trophy-The Blanc Trophy, awarded by the Cerc-le Fran-
cais to Lorenz Laatz, hoop captain, is a trophy "to promote better
sportsmanship and to stimulate a desire for activities beneficial
to mind and body."
Bob Morris Punting Cup-The Bobby Morris football punting
trophy, a perpetual award to the best punter in Franklin, was,
strangely enough, awarded to Ernie Endress, Franklin hoop star.
Athletics . . . 81
WITH GOOD team work the girls' sports teams Went through a
The cloudy fall sky looked down on girls with shin guards and
hockey sticks. Then followed volleyball with girls utilizing the
gym to the utmost for practice. Volleyball faded into basketball
with the Junior-Seniors winning the tournament. Dodging showers
of rain, the baseball teams strove to get into practice for the brisk
The eyes of the whole school are on the girls who are making
the most of this vital part of education.
ONE OF the finest things for our girls herevat school is the oppor-
tunity they have to get into organized sports. It has been a long,
hard, thankless job to get the privileges and opportunities for the
girls, and Miss Shaw, who is responsible for most of them, is not
satisfied yet. Not only are there offered live sports in which to
compete, but also there are classes of dancing and tumbling to
round out the curriculum. Such sports as badminton, ping pong
and tennis have been recently added as extra activities. Such a
complete program as this cannot help but be beneficial to all girls.
-1- ' , "ri -. 1. - , 4' ':, .' . . ' ,-:'f-"-I" V -- - . - . ' 4 fee- .- mu' A:-'r' 'Y' 'T 2.
f wF i'5 f--ef"'f'4'E-ff , b'135-'55f3?7f-'1ff'if'fii1'if'f?. ,f2f A rf '-- ' ' , '11 ,:'+-fel?" ,,f, 43
X I tyuebil Ke re bad weather sets in the girls have an
i ' pkpig u pl ockey out of doors. There is no need to review
' My t efben ts of ' type of exercise for everyone knows that there
jkubst tut or play out of doors
XJ ext cg volley-ball which though played inside is still
. ff beneiicial for it makes for grace and quickness in movements.
M M Finally there is basketball for those who have sharp eyes and
J . . . .
endurance. This also helps make girls graceful but it IS mainly a
good hard game for those who wish to play hard.
THE TRUE sprmg sports are baseball and track but 1n order to
fill m the t1me untll the good weather comes the g1rls play basket
ball and volley ball Other sports for thls purpose are pmg pong
and bad1'1'11l'1tOI'1 Smce the tenms courts were fimshed there has
been qu1te a demand for tenms mstruct1on so that m the late sprmg
there are really three sports gomg at the same t1me
x,,, vgflgfd kdfff
ffvdb Diff If if
When B1gJOC was
ch1ef cook and bottle washer for Paul Bunyan s outfit
Ole the blacksmlth made h1m a grrddle so blg you
couldn t see across lt when the steam was th1ck Greasmg
It was quite a problem but that was managed by havlng
Flunkles skate around on lt W1th chunks of bacon t1ed to
thelr feet They mixed the batter 1n cement rnlxers pour
mg It on the grlddle Wlth a glant crane Thxs may seem far
fetched, but afa1r1dea of the SIZC of the hotcake plant can
be gamed by the story of the cook who got lost 1n the Hour
b1n and nearly starved to death before they found h1m
. f f
., I , 1 1 V V
.1 1 '4 ,
1 , ff 1
ff 'f r ' f qfcffevs
41 ' 1 f , I
, X 1 , ,
, f V , .
, , X ,
I fx, K , Q., '
1 'll I
Wpag. .A V' .
:U .Ar H." . l.- .
' ,ax .. -1-LLL? ,
--.-:J lu., f C gfhfgigxf.
- Q. .. ,. " IPX 05 - ,
- ' . M, 'N fa ' ...yn 1'-.v
, ' if-1 3 , - ' g far'-.-Q
...-. " 4,-:gc ,- . A . .- . , A , P
- ' ' ..k A 3 ' V: I , W H445
- F""' ' , 5 - E 'K '
71 , ' L f .' ,. --7.5.1 , t , .F U4 --
. ' rl .1 1 ' -- -- I "5 F- ,
. .. , Q52 ,A . - , F
NJyJ ,,,4. c . ,lx , , -. .
" ' "7'1,.e'-g-'I"' ' ' ' 1-H'Jf.,.i-Q ' .' 1
... .QA A ik . ' 'gg - ,
,- ' ' . 'Q1: f,-.4 yi, , . , f'-944 - ..
P -.x ' , I .I 1 74' ig 4 -
, .. . N ., - ...dum K .211 .LA 5,
v.f'i ff: ifif '
- . -3 sf' 1-, 3 1 x,.,.j..'..f-A. ' P
,. mu, I, H -are-fr-iz-3:1 , .-, .. ., -' H Z...-.I
' . .QQ-I ff"-:fi -Q '- 'L--W.,
, . , 1 - VM - fi' I ,M k 1 I
" 0 rg, +-' ""'lbl.' 13 HQ.-A ,,,,.,a-i' "W,
. ,.:,- ., Q. - .513 ,I fy, -vfiM,',,L I' -u-141'-a V :km
M. '-, - 4-.,.L,.. it- Ng.. -5 . N :S NIU-,,c.,f54'h
' ,Avo--.,Y fx-, K 1-' ' . V4 - , ',, ' 'X
. - - as .. 1 .. , , . N-W 'Q
'f-.f.. :-mn, --L r . ' A' ' N' , xxx
4--4-n....s. A Q-0, .V + . V-A, Q -nh-K
, . . .
. ' , "
fat ' M'
ff f+',i"f.. 4.
- f'."'f'f ,',,Q
4 , :A
1- - ,- sf f
1 4, 1 Q- e,g.s'M ,
... .1 J , .-
-"'1"". 1..,5r'-'Q 531'
' ' '1-:f1a.',f-.gags X
- , ,..w n fl
W ' .N 1141,
. ' 'Q
Activities . . . 89
a k l
Nad D e M ak off W t yMo
I' D oe
.S h Ba
THE IMMORTAL melod1es of Johann Strauss echoed throughout
the halls on March 19th and 20th when Franklm once aga1n pre
sented that ever popular Chocolate Soldler A fine cast com
posed of Frankhn s best vocal1sts frohcked through George Ber
nard Shaws catchy l1nes and those trad1t1onally famous tunes
Th1S comic opera wh1ch concerns the trlals and tr1bu1at1ons of a
captured sold1er 1n love Wlth h1s captors daughter dellghted
enthus1ast1c aUd1CHCCS Greatly helped by an enlarged orchestra
and perfectly competent stage force the partlclpants put over a
show to be long remembered
fx .5 A
'L 1 'T' mv f ' .
QQ: U , my K
fm, J 7 ,
. ' , "
r V' l
K ' ' wa, -' 1
Q L A
en , Dramatic ach Lawrence Bl c ne l. Music Dire to
Ina ..,...., Helen orlg ass r ...,.. hi ne rris
Aureiia .....,, Jeanne Bennett Alexlus ,... . . . Alfred Bredice
Mascha b A V I A I I Zlliettyis' laylor Papoff ...,... Quentin e B r
Hy 3 "er 'rep an ..,...,. Blll r Zell
Bumerlei ....... Collins Fives Lauka b I I I l I ' I Susan Klise
Ll ' YI
- . , -
. , . .
, . . .
. . . . , .
90 . . . Activities
'lrl telle Maulonald Coach
Stella A maid wrth romantic notions
Salina Piper Harlow s wrfe
Harlow Piper Runs a marriage lrcense hureau
Lulu Lester Who rs too too utterly
Norman Devlne In love with Harriet
Harriet Piper The Piper s charmmg daughter
Gladys joy Thinks she IS a Hnx
Myrna Clifton Who knows everybody s husmess
Launcelot Hay Radio crooner
B tx T l
TWO HOURS of wholesome entertalnment were glven to eager
patrons of The Jmx, presented November 6th and 7th wh1ch
placed the cast 1n an entanglmg comedy romance a result of the
Potters'romant1cally mmded ma1d1n Search of a husband
Br1ll1ant spec1alty numbers teamed w1th fine actmg put over a
sc1nt1l1at1ng show to set ant1c1pat1on danclng IH the eyes of the
most blase audlence
1 's ' .
l--A I I, ..... I 4. l. be y ay or
Lester Grant-Gladys' young husband . .K Q. . . Bobby Heater
V O D V I L
56 ' 91 '
Activities . . . 91
Helen Keubler Stage Dire-L
Senior Play Cast
Mrs Kno I Glady Bu hanan
Mel: ande Cher daught J Mary R lfe
jane Hagar Che mecvj For
Alzce Marga tt Wootifori
Mr Knowle Bob Naas
Leona d Green
0 I an Larson
Dorotiy M Carthy
Master Susa George Moore
THE SENIOR PLA
THE CLASS of 37 profess1ona11y staged The Romantlc Age by
A A M11ne on February 12th and 13th An excellent cast sup
ported by two fullhouses anever t1r1ng stage force anda Johnny
on the spot propertles comm1ttee turned out one of Frankhn s
finest performances The play kept the audlence on 1ts toes the
whole evenmg Wh1le the stage settmgs gathered oh s and ah s
R , - . 'ro
we .,.... , , . . .,.,, s c
'S rr ........ , . , . o
r ' . ...,.,...... Alice za
' ...... . . . . . . . . . . . r' t
Bobby . ........... . . . . . , r
,' Iry , . . ....., . . . . . v
. . . . .......... , . . . 1 c
7 ' C5 ' 17
. . , . '
. . M.
v - 1 -
vs - - - v
' - ' H 9 vs H 1 so
92 . . . Activities
I-lelma Kuehn Costumes
Make up Committee
une Balser jean
Gentile Mary Ellen
I-lo sly Maxine
ut Chnckettx Anne
Marxan L ll B b
Nan Jardine Make up
Costume Committee Make up Committee
Williams Lorna Mae McClelland Marian Engholm Shirley McConahey Dorothy
Blair Nancy Sheerm Lilllan Engholm Margueretha Bursteln Syl ia
L,harro1n Virgin a Exchelberger Ann Gronxnger Barbara Beck Delpha
Axelson Ruth Lynch Phebe Hyde Barbara Paddock Iuarlene
Meldrum Allie Lou Hinton Maryalyce Hasselberg Margie
M A l W lk L
o e ar ara
Andros Constance Norman Betty Anne agnuson rene a er ons
SMALL but 1nd1spensable th1s comm1ttee 1S one of the most 1m
portant a1ds to our three major productlons for what would a
vodv1l a play or an opera be w1thout costumes? The comm1ttee 1S
responslble for many of the lovely and or1g1nal creatlons worn 1n
THESE glrls are on hand for performances and dress rehearsals of
every stage productlon at Franklln They make the youngest 1nto
the oldest the most beautlful 1nto the most ugly and bless some of
us Wlth the best looks 1n the make up supply In other words what
would we do wlthout the make up comm1ttee9
V-J - '- l, " -
E-UP co MITTEE
Stage Fo cc
WHAT IS the power behind the throne the indispensable cog in
the machinery? It is the stage force. Without these hard-working
fellows a production simply could not go on. One never sees the
boys on the nights of performances for while the brilliant show
goes on out front they are working ceaselessly back stage moving
scenery collecting properties and working lights and sound ef-
fects. Not only do they work for productions but they also super-
vise every single program connected with our stage.
To Miss Kuebler and Mr. Scott goes the ultimate praise for their
ceaseless and indispensable aid to the construction and setting of
scenery and management of assemblies.
94 . . . Activities
Lawrenee Blatknell Director
Henderson Geor mia
Bagley La Verne
Hclt Gen va
Wxlllams Lona Mac
O Nell Izlleen
Roblnson Mary jane
Senior Choir II
De Maruno Frnesto
FOR THE first t1me 1n three years Franklm s muslc department
came through w1th a fine evenlng concert wh1ch featured the
Senlor cholrs the Senlor Orchestra starrmg Mary Amano and
Gene Baker a rad1o sololst Under the able d1rect1on of Mr Black
nell the comb1ned cholrs and orchestra gave an excellent evemng s
3 .I Q Gay. Lorraine A U Kikcsl-L1-nina, I Klisfsttsanng Strohrn, Norma Q
M I D I N E R C O N C E R T
. - . , .
5 - I I . '
. . , ,
Activities . . . 95
Copeland J m
D1 ken on Stan
Dan more Bennett
Henclrl lt Jn B ll
Ke v ja k
K rk ja k
Krumme k Kenneth
twt Me un
Lin L Clayton
Ma Gzlx ra Robert
Mtt hell Eugene
Powers I- an
Rhoatl Parne t
Smtth Cl 15 nn
or M Clellancl Drrector
Thomtson V1n en
Wartl I hn
W tl bam
Howe llonaltl l nvtn Pike Robtrt 11 lm
N AND NC
FRANKLIN'S fine, augmented band gave a concert thls year for
the first t1me to SHt1Sfy the demands from the student body In the
concert the band demonstrated 1ts ab111ty to lnterpret mus1c rang
mg from class1cal numbers to what IS now known as symphonxc
Jazz The band was 3SS1StCd by the Franklln male chorus whlch
was organlzed and d1rected by Mr McClelland Th1s fine dlsplay
of male talent was met W1th enthus1ast1c approval on all sxdes
. - f't
,I , v .
xv ,. . - "fu-if -K4-I
. 1 I ,lx s
KL, lx B
,, W 1 X- -
M C ' 1 .' - .
t v. X I
Vxct c . '
' . ' ' . ' 5. Q ' ' , Iv ' ' . 3
Baker. Russell Fouts, jack lnslee, Winston McLean. jack Reynolds, jack Stichler, Edward
. ' ' , l ll, c ' . ' . w .
1 , i,.c 'C , V' s.l s 'u:.'c
's. ', , - l."s. 'l' ', 1:v 't.
'C s , 'C st. i .' '. " n,t,l'
- s , - . z l.1nse. ,: 1 ne ' . ' Sue- funk
96 . . . Activities
Ralph Knapp. Director
And rson Bertha
M Clall1nd Mirl1n
Humes Betty Mae
hulte Mar 11
AND OO E
HAVE YOU ever tr1ed to climb a mounta1n or pilot a boat wlthout
some one as guide? Well then, you know what a relief our ushers
and doormen are on the mghts of school product1ons Well tramed
by Mr Knapp thelr formality 1n dress and manner lends dlgnlty
and charm to Franklin soclal functions
ef Q , . , H , , , . .
l A Ill
U S H E R S D R M N
K 1' f'4'f . r
K, J A f I 'UA , yr , V? . ,.
h gh y
W ll dl y E 1
D E B A T E
UNDER THE enthuslastlc 1eadersh1p of Coach Eleanore Bushnell
debate started ausp1c1ously th1s year Wlth a successful Roll Room
tournament Asp1r1ng Clceros from thlrty s1x rolls competed de
batmg on The Proh1b1t1on of Purse Se1n1ng Kenneth Ghormley
and Marshall Buck of Roll 3 defeated Ethel Green and Betty Da
v1dson of 104 1n the finals g1v1ng Roll 3 the coveted banner for
Those earnmg Interschool Debate p1ns are Kathryn Cameron
C3j James Elhs Q3j John Sm1th Q35 Harrlet Jackson C25 Sydney
Johnson Q25 Vmton B1rch CID Frank Knowles CU and George
Those earnlng letters 1n Debate are Vmton Blrch Kathryn
Cameron JIITI Elhs Homer Hadley Sydney Johnson Frank
Knowles George Sm1th John Sm1th and Robert Wall
Under the management of Frank Lelgh Marshall Buck and
Leonard Taz1ol1 and w1th the hearty cooperat1or1 of every mem
ber ofthe Squad the prestlge of Franklm rose to a new h1gh
Eleanore Bushn ll C h
R y ld j lc Smith.jo n M, L i ,Frank Conner. John Hinton. Mar alyce Buck M h l
K l If k Smith. George G aham. a ace Ha e .Homer Green. the Conn Ch l
irch. Vinton C . .eron, Kath y Ellis j
1 - , -
. M . . . . . ,,
1 7 1 7
7 Q V
s s 1 s
Y 7 9 '
98 . . . Activities
Lawrence Blacknell Octerre
Williams Lorna Mae
F1 es Collins
dlrected by Charlotte Lawrence, Franklm s blue and wh1te clad
octette warbled 1ts way through an exceptlonally successful sea
son Besldes enterta1n1ng the students 1n assemblles they sang for
luncheon dmner, and radlo programs throughout the Clty
OUR TRADITIONAL glrls' s1ng1ng organ1zat1on has been carrymg
on 1n true Nonette fash1on, enterta1n1ng 1n assemblles, P T A
meetmgs and takmg pleasure to groups outslde of school
Gladys Elledge Nom:-fre
Lem Arne Kxkoshrma Amy
Waldowski Betty La rence Charlotte Dzrector
Amano Mary Stott Roberta
Neils Marlon Bennett Jeanne
O C T E T T E
SELECTED FROM the A Capella choir by Mr. Blacknell, and
N O N E T T E
Activities . 99
jack McKenzie . . , Editor Margaret Woodford . . Associate Editor Mr. Paul W. Copeland .,.. Adviser
Katherine Bengston Senior Editor jean Hemrich .... Associate Editor George Fujimoto . . Chief ot' Production
Margaret Dean junior Editor Floyd Mauseth . . . . Sports Editor Marshal Buck . Assistant to Production
Barbara Miller Underclass Editor Jack Hanscom . . . , . Art Editor Kenneth Ghormley . Assistant to Production
Bob Campbell Circulation Manager Pat Sullivan . . , . Art Editor Miss Charlotte Bisazza . , Art Adviser
HERE IS the record of Franklin High School for 1937. Like our
legendary hero, Paul Bunyan, our labors have been prodigious.
Faithfully have we reared this book, our "Babe."
Now it is your book. The staff is through. But before we too
become but legendary figures may we pause to thank the many
friends who directly or indirectly contributed to its building. Par-
ticularly may we thank Miss Gretchen Shaw for starting us on
our wayg Miss Stella McGrath and Miss Lila Walters for their
kindly help to the editorial staff, and to Tomeo Fujii, Emmett
Watson, and those others, one and all, who helped to make our
plans come true.
100 . . Activities
Robert Handy, Adviser staff
Bert Rose Shannon Wall Charlotte Turner Norma Butler Jean Anderson
Paul Murray Max Derby llggsglz Ilggigsyr Annabelle Ruff Bernice Wilhite
Don Crimmin Ray Hughes Ruth gpmard e jean Whitworth Mary Young
Mr. R. J. Handy ..... Editorial Adviser
iNews Editor I,
Bam' Allison ' ' ' ' !Managmg Edirorll
Don Auker . . . News Editor I. II
Kathryn Cavan . . Managing Editor I
Jack Foisie . . . Sports Editor I, II
Barbara Hyde . . Managing Editor II
T 0 L 0 W E E K L Y
THURSDAY! The greater Tolo weekly-the eyes, the ears, the
"knows" of Franklin-comes out.
A short history and a semester of hard and energetic work is
connected with the new and greater T010 weekly. With the help
of a new adviser, Robert J. Handy, the members of the editorial
staff have put out an enlarged seven column paper which is truly
superior. A new style of headlines, unusual features, and spicy
"tips" with interesting news have helped to bring the paper into
the national limelight. Tolo Weekly was awarded second place
Activities . . 0
lf jf! W Y
ry Matsumura Feature Editor I, II
lle Ruff Feature Edztor I
W I X auseth .,.... Sports Editor II
ary jane Shea Feature Editor II
W N ick Takeuchi .... lspans Editor I
lrvf,-ws Edrmf ll'
1n the natlonal contest of Columbla Un1vers1ty The Internatlonal
hlgh school journal1st1c honorary, Qulll and Scroll, was estab
l1shed th1s year for the Hrst t1me The charter members of th1s
orgamzatlon mcluded all the edltors of hlgh school papers and
others now bemg elected
Handy and h1s crew atta1ned the1r peak of perfectlon when they
were awarded an All Amerlcan Honor Ratmg for h1gh schools
from the Natlonal Scholastlc Press Assoclatxon
News sport and feature storles gossxp byl1nes colossal
headlmes 1nterv1ews sensatlonal scoops last mmute rushes
hard workmg edltors, late hours and nosey newshounds a
helped to make up a b1gger and better paper Let s go to press'
9 9 1 1
9 Y 9 9
' ' 6 S 9 9 1 1
- q ....
..- ,, ,..-4 ,W-1 - '--- rt.. 3 -w 5 -' 1 " ""'93'f'f7I' 'N 1 ' 3- F' ' 51'533153,'Ifi'F'1319""::'fAI7iI715f'fl7i'f355'5ifE '52f'f7'3 214 'f.Z'T'f5l"TI339!5in,"- Q"-7"',i 7ZLif"1"' T9 f"i'T7E9'Vf" .' V I' ' 'w:5'S- fi' "ECW H ' ' r J?"
7'-1 -H 1 .,..s1g1gg'1 " "ri2g,m 1 t ,:. i 'WD
fwfr- M wif, ::f.ff22f6:i" 2 " W was 'nf al" was If-' 'if' rf : .,p - .ft ,, 1 'f-- an-fair- :'r-J., 4-
.,,,.,,,, w r 4-5 fm his 6 Q
I 02 Awa rds
BARBARA BERGER for her splend1d oratlon on Conservation
Placmg thzrd among a selected field ln the Clty W1dC S A R Ora
torlcal Contest she recelved a bronze medal
VERN SMITH for w1nn1ng fourth place 1n the Otto Cnese Skl meet
1n a Held of s1xty contestants
KAY SHEARER for her talent IH wrltlng Her mterestlng book
The Country Mouse was well commended
MARSHALL BUCK for Wmmng the -Iun1or Mag1C1anS Award The
contest was sponsored by Mrs Harry HOUdlH1 durmg the Conven
tlon of PHCIHC Coast Mag1C13HS
GEORGE TOKAREFF for h1s outstandlng playmg He was g1ven
a golden football awarded by the 101 Club
JOHN and GEORGE SMITH for bemg chosen as Franklln s repre
sentatlves to the Toastmaster Clubs Annual Extemporaneous
I I I
Barbara Berger Vern Smith a 1carer Marshall Buck George TokareFf
' ' cc - n
. . ,
Q me lg
Blg joe was a cous1n of Paul Bunyan s
He came all the way from three weeks below Quebec to
Puget Sound to do the cookmg for Paul s outht He could
sure put a mean scald on the chuck Beans were a favorlte
d1sh w1th the crew but the problem was to find enough
firewood to cook them w1th Uslng a sect1on of t1mber for
every Hre was too wasteful joe solved the problem w1th
Mt Ramler He just stuck a poker down the crater and
stxrred the lava up a 11ttle Then he set the bean pot over
the top and let the beans bake Often the heat from the pot
was so 1ntense that lt melted the snow and caused Hoods
around Puget Sound.
U: .gurl it - I w,..,. X
.iff if' r
: ' ,' - '
f-'SQ A r--frm mi.: L' 1' 1
Q, . .Y
-.Q . N-. I 5. -- X wages K,
'Q ui , 1 , 1
. , 4, . ' ,.-' ,qi 'ML
W: 7 - 1- ' .- ' r, , 1 . -8
J' f- - . - D' Vw 2 -
, 'L - ' ' -' s ' 'Jr-1 Q . --
-. : . I fl I MW .
- . . , .. -. . Q
ff -7 . V I' . A 'vt '
L , V ,--,,
4-. e' M 4 -
N 'R -2- L
2 -1 .da 1.2.2.-I -Z 2
is sr 2 'fl'1'4 ' .
' F' J ' :fi ' .
. - 4 :s" We ,
4: 2 '5' if-e . " g.v.,.
,Z . '51 .. 5 EHR.
A- :lf ' ll
'7 '. 'A '. 99 ,lv . '
-- - ', r - A ,- 2 i sa-...-
'L ' . . ' ' 'L'Zf'f'71'f'f' A 9- . "
I V' - -7' '..'fwff 'V
.1 .75 ' ' ' ' .' rv. ,S' V?
?j,3,.1-K V- .1 -I , Y ,v
CL- pf .f5.,f.,-., ' ...H ' Lf ,n,..Lg,.V" N71 V ' -'1-'-S4 gm , ' ..
J l l ,
.A T My
x PV, .mf 4 ., I
I Af' ,QJ-W'
X I, X L
f A X i V? ,JL
.1 J' A X N
1. ' X V' W Off
lp v , '
W MPN Lf jf 1 5 ,V V JV ..
M b D ihyi-:k
DOCTOR MAYBELLE PARK and Nurse Dorothy Ekholm are here
mterchangeably during the week to safeguard the students
health Their student assistants chosen for efficiency and ability
keep the records of examinations and take care of emergency
Guidance the name given a hitherto unpubllcized service of the
schools is being given full recognition thls year Certain teachers
have been assigned the task of helping those students who Find it
difficult to master the academic subjects By conferences and
speclal analysis our guidance leaders are doing much toward
ra1s1ng the standards of the whole student body
' ' . . . I 7
Dr. ay ellePark ' Miss orc holm
Jeanne Perry Geraldine French Jeanne e
ar eenon Patricia lu
Lcroy Hall Clifford Peek Aristelle Macdonald Stella McGrath
H E L T H A N D G U I D A N C E
. . ,
. 1 q
l08 . . . Organizations
Girls' Club Officers
CharlotteHawes ..... . . . President
Anne Oswald ....... Vice-President
Patty Davis . ....... Treasur
Lois Wing , . . . Corresponding Secreta y
Dorothy Cozens . . . Recording Secretary
Edna Desics . . Chairman of Chairmen
Miss McCarney ...... Adviser
FRANKLIN GIRLS' CLUB
OUR GIRLS' CLUB is an organization in which eleven hundred and
twenty-seven girls of Franklin have membership. Under the very
capable guidance of Miss McCarney, Girls' adviser, and aided by
many of the faculty members, the club has sponsored a highly
successful vocational conferenceg the Mother-Daughter Banquet
with "Southern Plantation Life" as a themeg a competitive class
Middy Driveg teachers' and P.-T. A. teasg and many interesting
programs and parties.
Outstanding among its feats were the two All-City Girls' Club
conferences-one in the fall, and one in the spring-over which
Franklin and Garfield officers had joint-supervision. Both were
acclaimed outstanding successes.
This year the Girls' Club cabinet and committees have held ever
in mind the objective of their Girls' Club as stated in the constitu-
tion-"The object of the Girls' Club shall be the promotion of the
spirit of mutual helpfulness and friendship among the girls of the
110 . . . Organizations
N HONOR C E
Mnss Edith P Bennett Adviser
Meldrum Allie Lou
our me "7" "' g' .-Q-at., 'AA
. ' . . . - - x
u v A 9 - V N
. , ' . . 3
. . . , .L E
. . , . '- z
- . t . A
. ' . . ' , ' ' fl
' . , V , ' .'1.RTv
. . . , V.
. t V V - - N .
. . r ,
. . . .,LWV,s,w
' f " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' r -- - 4 " ' A 1'-'.:':f::f'f1'f'f:2f7f'ff:::'m:?"""71::if:A-::1m1'F5"iif'-furfff 1
' ' ' V 1 fi ' ., A V. L 'Psi 1'f:fs'rq,v,f::QQ..-. Farsi 5?
r --'l-'f'-f'f'l- ' ., - . ' A . . . . , , - ' 1 -. -' '- 51- f ra- Q r--I Lx:--J t' .' ., 1- .v e . J' Eh..-4 'la?5fi?' 1 , - as . . E.-ml?
7' Q on .1 -ca
Organizations . . . Ill
'ran ai ey. Adviser
FOR THOSE g1rls who are doubtful of the1r vocatlons and for
those who are merely 1nterested m gathermg 1nformat1on con
cernmg vocatlons Mr Balley has prov1ded the Commerclal Club
Speakers and entertamment have been secured to suggest for
whlch pos1t1on a glrl 1S best fitted and 1n whlch Held there 1S
greater chance for work
-ewes f .ggi 'Ml gagasfefe
r k H 1
, . .
N ' A
, Q W .
93 xy Ag
Q55 4gQ2:.Q'ffQ:far-'sifffnr -1 1351 - A-2 11511:-e'f -bm V 3 w-fi5,'gE," ,a-"- in ,ga attain.. ff m e-V
91'-H---'I-if .-1-:..1 :a ff ix a'fffrf1.n-rm Lf -.. - gg.:
ll2 . . . Organizations
Agnes Quigley, Adviser
S P A N I S H C L U B
JUST AN old Spanish custom, but a popular one, is to join the club.
Under Miss Quigley's guidance the members have heard exciting
travel talks of foreign lands and learned to chat and play games
in the most convincing Spanish manner. Well attended meetings
topped by a colossal meeting with the French Club marked this
gay season of Espanola.
Organizations . . . I I3
OASTING of more members than any club 1n school s1nce all
those ta g French belong the club was establ1shed to create an
1n France 1tS language and customs The grand turnout
a jomt meetmg wxth the Spamsh Club where refreshments
w r served and an 1nterest1ng speaker told tales of France
' I ar uerite Du a . Adviser
R E N C H C L U B
. , .
i . , . , .
' a . . . . . ,
I I4 . . . Organizations
As ONE can skxe the mam 1dea back of th1s club 1S to pro
mote good fr sh p among the Ch1nese and Amer1cans We
greatly appreclate th1s group as lt IS the only one of 1ts kmd 1n
To further 1nterest m the club a colorful Ch1nese play wr1tten
by Ralph Ch1nn Wlth Ch1nese music and trad1t1ona1 Ch1nese cos
tumes was produced at school Later on they gave a dlnner dance
honorlngthe Ch1nese consul Z L Loh and Mrs Loh Mr Trathen
and Mrs Cooper adv1ser at the Klang Nam Cafe All 1I'l all th1s IS
one of the most act1ve and w1de awake clubs 1n the school
.. ,- ,, , - asf.
Nome Cooper, Adviser W Q
Nj v , F, y J
P A G J , C L U B g,
9 ' I : -
. . . . . . . 'ff' "tif
a V 'f
. . . . . . . - X,
. gl? af'
' ' 'KW'
1 ' ' 9 ' 1 ' 9 H"
Q ' W iii
. . . . . p-g, UM, ff- " '
- a v ' a Elf
- . j
L -ij 1'
.,-'fg A l J
.fin - K.
M N -1
1, Ewa N
gig- 17 :J 'l 'A
f V I
' A' f ' 5 1 ' f
Organizations . . . 115
A R T C L U B
MISS BISAZZA S first perlod Art Class IS truly 1nterested m the
finer thmgs m 11fe They have taken art for elght semesters and
are now learmng the practlcal Slde of the art1st s 11fe by hearmg
mterestmg lectures on the subject
Charlotte Bisazza, Adviser
, . . . .
. . . . , . .
116 . . . Organizations
Sidney Trathcn, Hi-Y
By S muelson.Serv1ce
H I - Y
SWINGING the gavel with Adviser Sidney Trathen at his side,
President John Clemmons led the Hi-Y to another enterprising
year of activity.
First on the list of events was the furnishing of refreshments
to football players after the games. The Hi-Y swimming party and
roller skating party were all social spotlight affairs.
S E R V I C E C L U B
As THE lifesavers of unknowing freshmen who climb the wrong
stairs, the helping hands at evening performances at school, the
check-boys in the cloak-room at commencement exercises, and the
promoters of clear halls during assemblies, the members of the
Service Club continue to build up and maintain high standards at
W. 1 1 .
Ilji i I
' 1 L
P l Lk
X-so 'ka J
'viii if . .a 1 -'
X ' xnxx
if fl 'ff
fx-K ,lf ' gl 1' filibfiilz
Organizations . . . H7
R lphj h W IdAHa
HERE WE have a l1vely group of the most 1nterest1ng and 1nter
ested people 1n Frankhn No tOp1C of state or natlonal lmportance
escapes thelr far reachlng d1scuss1ons for the1r meetlngs are hon
ored by some of the most d1st1ngu1shed speakers 1n Seattle
To CLIMAX a season of 1nterest1ng and entertalnmg study of Ger
man llfe language and h1story a fine b1g Chr1stmas party was
held at wh1ch all present got the atmosphere of Germany through
German folk dances songs and food
Af f H 'W'-We
a o nson. or irs
George B. Jackson. German
W L D A F F A I R S C L U B
- . . . , . . -
G E R M A N C L U B
1 9 9
1 9 '
6 sg- , R I l ly'.. 7 ' ,. me Q
W few get
H8 . . . Organizations
n xg r
BESIDES 1ssu1ng a two page bu11et1n tW1CC a week th1s actlve
group of phllatellsts has had four stamp auctlons and has more
than doubled 1tS membershlp Under M1ss F1tzgera1d S enthus1
astlc leadersh1p the club has sponsored two well arranged exh1
b1t1ons that have de11ghted the Whole student body
SILENCE IS golden and the aura whlch surrounds the boys 1n 308
IS qulte dazz11ng Under the able coach1ng of Mr Lalzure the team
by a serles of hard fought battles of concentrat1on and W1tS became
1nter school champlons
Ha ie Fi zrerald, S amps Grant Laizure. Chess Q f
S T A M P C L U B V J K J ,
. . - . . , . .
. . - , KQVK, -V D
. . . . , . .. 1' ik'--.X Rnd, 'jf
a I 4 in XA
. .V -, 'X ,f-Q
c H E s s c L U B
. . . W., ,
, I .
. - . . I 9,1
- l .h. 1
.L .',ra " I a .. 7 N' 51 5 Fl' a1', ' E. I S
. t V'
-, Organizations . . . H9
p t A
FOLLOWERS of Izaak Walton 1ndeed for these l1vely fellows have
sponsored the most allurrng Hshmg trlps staged cast1ng contests
and are campalgnmg for rev1sed season opemngs so that they can
take Dad along and catch some fish for h1m At the1r meet1ngs the
boys are forced on the1r toes to keep up w1th the1r peppy leader
Doc Staeger who knows all the answers from ty1ng a Hy to
lur1ng a sulky trout to the s1zzl1ng pan
THE STAMP PLAN IS the Hnancxal backbone of Frankhn whlch
makes poss1ble the well balanced program of school act1v1t1es
Through the systematlc savmg of ten cents a week the students
enjoy a full program of aCt1V1t1CS a balanced budget of expendl
tures and aV01d the embarrassment of hlgh pressure tag sales and
unexpected dr1ves Mr Karrer and hrs corps are to be espec1ally
commended for the1r efliclent loyal servlce
K K. , 4 ff,
W N ,f' 1.,,,,, ' YM V - 'I
ff . - -
, V ,
Z t A :L Frank Karrer. Stam Plan David S aeger. nglers
,A .,rf -a sf A N G L E R s ' c L u B
l gf". . . . y .
lg, filly ,Alf Zh - . . . .
,ffl KK ,
CK 77 '
1 ' , 9
if 'Y 's Q n n .
. . A: rf
,Q Q4 s T A M P P L A N
. - . . .
"2 ' 'lf . . '
Y . .
iz'fffiJ . . .
' xff. l '
120 . . . Organizations
Willard Bergh Adviser
TAKING OFF 1n the same spectacular manner as a Skl Jumper
Franklm s mfant Skl club thls year began what prom1ses to be a
br1ll1ant career BCS1dCS havlng two of the Northwests Hnest
sklers Darrock Crookes and johnny Woodward as speakers at
two of thelr record breakmg rneetlngs, the club sponsored many
fine tr1ps to the summlt Mr Bergh a recent add1t1on to the faculty Z,
took the club xn hand and was largely responslble for the enthu
. I 1 I f 5 l :
. . V - -. ,, T .
,jf f ,.
' , if x V
'.-'3 ' X c
s K I c L u B ,
' ' ' ff, A
- .W ,A
. , . . . . ,frv
. . . . , 5 '
9 1 7 f
. . . . Qu
. . , ,
. . ffifjf
. L V'
Eur " 3 '- l
,621 :Q '
' w - , -A 5 '
., Sfliiililii-4r .' '43Gzaf1fL?6:fQiia?f+f'Af5-E-'ini.512 153 T i'if'9f3K5Q?SfQ?Q" I- , - T ' V. ' .' 1?
X .9425 it
Organizations . . . 121
B' dP kBg
A NEWLY formed and much needed club Whlch promlses to be a
great success at Frankhn 1S the B1g F Club Adv1ser Chff Peek s
able staff wh1ch 1ncludes Don Camp as presldent 1S rap1dly 1m
prov1ng the name of Franklm by correctmg ath1et1c awards pre
ventlng smokmg and ITl31l'1t31I'11l'lg standards such as hxgh school
leaders should have
THE HONORARY sports club for g1rls at Franklm IS and always
has been the symbol of the h1ghest type of compet1t1ve sports
d1splayed 1n school Membershxp 1n th1s club IS the ultlmate hope
and goal of every g1r1 1nterested 1n sports Only a chosen few
however are honored to carry on the trad1t1on of fine character
stressed 1n the club
1, Cli or ee . 1' "F"
" 1 . -, Anna e aw, Qua r aids
,fl I f
'l B I G H F " C L U B
1 W W ' ' :X . . - H ,, . . ,
I ' lv Q Q -
. ' T ' , 9 '
' ,-fd4"9 TTA ee.
f K .' 'f'Q, ggCLZI:L:'1.. -..-1,..., .
fy . x yr.:
I Y .if X '- .Zxf-3.g,L:y, K Q .
, ' 1
-. "ff-, Q
1 -ffffij -
LJ - 'Ffh' .
""'5f' ," fi. 339 3 - " "'15 .ay-11t?I,i,:.1 -51552."5'.S,iTji,EZ"f' "Iliff 'H f 'I-"JilfQ.'5'?31.'d?B1ESi?5',9 V " 'lf-,fifgfziT-Eff. .' 2j,,,':lQ2fCI. -Qq'23eg7EfQf:75QfffE??5r75353fQ7g'E3f'H"'" 1
-' ff gig '
, ,L ,g1g.,- WA, ,AM A ,. PM , H., , , .,,,, 4, , ,, ,, ,A1.,,A. 1,,,,.,,,,,,.,.., ,,, ., ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,, ,L 1 .: 1. K M., 11-.1 V.. ,.. ,N . -. -..-1 ,. .,.,,,,, ,A -,
- HM , . . .. .Y 1. ,4 -. . .. V - - , - ,. --A . -11 -1 ., ..-:f:::..1f,aasx:.wv!?1,.: . V . . , : -nf: R G -,,aA::1,2-. K .,1:Jg.'fQ1,.,- .',-.rx3::12vw'-21:-,fft"Z-1.Ifif,-.- 11
l22 . . . Organizations
Lois Caughey, Librarian Katherine Erickson. Assistant
0 U R L I B R A R Y
THE LIBRARY STAFF is always on hand to help us Find our refer-
ences. to suggest good fiction and to keep the library quiet for
those of us who wish to study. Under the guidance of Miss Caughey
and Miss Erickson we are trained in the proper and full use of the
1? ' A -I
.i,- , K
, X If
I:l L, r
H . 1
. 1 Jr
. i " 1- 7
..f- F iiiiii'
x " ,.
- ,N Y
,f"'-f' Y ' '
Organizations . . . 123
Agnes Quigley, Advisor Grace Kolstad, Manager
FRANKLIN IS fortunate 1n havmg a lunchroom manager, Mrs
Kolstad, Whose cheery presence and unselhsh devotlon to the best
mterests of her patrons make the lunch hour a real pleasure Her
cul1nary sklll and var1ed menus are a cont1nual dehght to the
palate Long after we have left the lunchroom wlth the satlsfactlon
of havmg been comfortably fed and refreshed the Lunchroom As
slstants under the d1rect1on of MISS Qulgley, toll wearlly countmg
change, cleanlng up the tables or helplng 1n the k1tchen just to
make the lunchroom a pleasant place 1n whlch to eat And no matter
how arduous the day they are always cheerfully w1ll1ng to help
some group or party to full success Wlth that maglc lure to youthful
S .J Q .J 4
,,. , . ,
M ,T ,'
l L.. ,.
7 r' 'Nr 2:1 '
3 A 'Q '
s ,z .r
ix tiff A154
x . i - 1 1
1 'J -' .
w 5313 .A '
.J . ,fa , Y
1-f ri- . ,
. .-.,':f v '
if W. . . . .
zigbgr' ' '
', ' 1
A ' ft-l..f' ' - . . .
,E J . .
Y ," B-.I an l
1 .g,A?f.., fjvf
s 44 ' s
is "' '
:EE Cir L . I
gif me-,W as is
.' 5:3-1 .
Q ww:-: -'f.f'f1,1-.-"rs"-1',ff'?"f"ve":-Iwi:-':ff -'ffaifg-:-1 -.5-1f:rfff:J-ff--.,:-fm 4 1 1:71 21:91, +s.1f:'i1s.zz-"few: :tv wsfw ', .':-- A . -- .-rf--1: x
, fpgit-'Qtr 'L EQMQ lg? U 1 1 EfDx5Qs:,:M?ry:11as2Sfflgixgvffbfbfif "'f1flQ25,.ff ww- -+
we W 1-i f :w ir - . ' M-'ai' -w f-wff2fQ?fs'f.r:. v-gzip f wfwif- 5 pr
'iii'-zifiers ri 7 V ' 1 1 " ' 'fkfiu Z'i7f'f
94, 2 Riva, s 5,5
IZ4 . . . Organizations
Lydia May Chambers, Adviser
SONS AND DAUGHTERS CLUB
WITH ALL of its members interested and enthusiastic, Franklin's
Sons and Daughters Club endeavors to link former and present
students. Only those students whose parents attended Franklin
are eligible to join this rather exclusive club, meeting under the
leadership of Miss Chambers.
The large membership proves the esteem in which Franklin is
held by her alumni, for they continue to send their sons and daugh-
ters to the dear old school. The climax to the group's season of
activities is the dinner in honor of the Alumni, which they sponsor.
Organizations . . . 125
Minnie Johnson, Adviser
T H R I F T C L U B
WHEN WE are caught on those proverbial rainy days on the short
end of our allowance and the crowd is planning to go somewhere,
isn't it nice to be able to fall back on our little roll at the bank? Well,
here are the folks who encourage and help us to make this possible.
Every Tuesday morning they are ready to receive the pennies
which roll into dollars. To them We owe our thanks for this service.
STOP LOOK AND LISTEN for here are the authors poets and
speclal journahsts of the future They heretofore have spec1al1zed
1n creat1ve wr1t1ng but th1s year have begun correspondlng wxth
students of forexgn countrxes a line gesture toward 1nternat1onal
good w1ll of wh1ch Mxss L1ndberg and her group may well be
THE IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE has endeavored to do just
what the name 1mpl1es They make the rounds p1ck1ng up after
those of us who are thoughtless enough to mar the bu1ld1ng Under
Mr Krrk s leadersh1p they keep our temporary property lookmg
neat and clean and uphold Franklm s unquest1oned reputatlon of
be1ng the most beautlful school 1n the Northwest
l ' '
. A 'M
T U S I T A L A C L U B
IMPRCVEMENT COMMI EE
E s .
! fuAnPuoNW ,I
anowww ' 4 6
FRANIKL I N
ronzmlxn TRATNEN .
boss or Tun womxs
J unc. Cum
MP WHERE HUMAN
All IN USP
i Q SPIRIT OF IQ51
UIGII RIGCER X
I DONE IT ALL
POP REID AND NIS BOYS
CUT INTO TUE OPPOSITION
af 1 1
PM 1 .f '4I B
SCHIRHEP. m 10145
Q , non comp
'QI 5 'T
x f w XX pw
zuslfsuaw' X4 Q jr , b
at NIJ I
'- ' II ' I
1: -- Q
P A U L B U N Y A N
HIS MIGHTY WORK finished bare-handed . . . Paul Bunyan and
the Great Blue Ox went striding off over the foothills of the Olym-
pics. The blue lakes nestled in the mountains are Babe's tracks
left where his hoofs cupped into the solid rock .... No more will
Pau1's axe resound in the vast forest depths . . . but his powerful,
invisible presence lives on . . . and, remember, when you hear
thunder crashing in the mountains-it's Paul Bunyan chuckling
. . . chuckling as he tackles the thing which tradition said "couldn't
-1-LA' 1 f M
XL' I7 f K iiil 1
In 1' Lo - f f 7
,fsfwcf ' e tiit rif a - a fm
f' ' isle f' . QV fi'
u. . .. , A A-efnxwn-lffmmumxwsavxnvnuw
Aflvb ITYJYAN O'
WE, THE STAFF OF THE FRANKLIN TOLO
deeply appreciate the whole-hearted cooperation of the
craftsmen whose united artistry gave to our ideas the
tangible form of this, our book.
FRANK McCAFFREY AND STAFF
Acme Press of Seattle Printers and Bookmakers
124 Terry Avenue North ...... Telephone Main 1997
SUPERIOR ENGRAVING COMPANY
Finer Printing Plates in Copper and Zinc
1417 Fourth Avenue Bldg ...... Telephone Main 6879
Fine Photography National Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Second at Spring Street ....... Telephone Main 8585
UNIVERSAL SHEET WOOD PRODUCTS
Special plywoods for special problems, unique, different
4504 Interlake Avenue ...... Telephone Melrose 9208
Q . 'it
I-5 4' 1
far- 'A -I
'lb XS QQ .. ' i i-.
'I 4! M
l1l,If.'NU1N'l', I Y SCIIOUI, I HP, RUN IlN'l'
Vx 3 ,
ixf , W
53? fr, hr fl11hv1'1aign1rh V V f
GPI' hi! ' I" A ff .QI xf .4 C, ,ff ., , lm' x':lfl'wf-z1L'tUl'iIy
M. v 1 w ' . I I I x
W' cmlzlllzlvtml ilu' ',Iur11vr1t:1ry .svlmul ullmv of xturly, :xml 1: In-1-vlmy grfnlltml flu' M
+ mf l
Q f Q4 'V 'V N J
rr r P H 4 u n L, , :Eff ,nn f
M, . A I
Vx I' i
fig ilu Emi inumg 'ilyvrv u' I l
,xl Ilzlvv .slll1.wl'ilw1l mlm' llzxlnvx ml tllix, ilu' V ' N ilu v uf- A ,- A ID, 193. l
Suggestions in the Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.