Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1945
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The Students of Franklin High School
IN SEPTEMBER 1906, Franklin High School was opened in what is now Washington School
at Eighteenth and Washington. This has since been known as'Old Franklin. When the new
building was constructed at the present location there was considerable controversy as to
whether or not the name Franklin should be maintained. A committee of students went
before the School Board to request that no change be made in the name.
The present building was opened in the fall of 1912 and Franklin joined the ranks of
four-year high schools. The first Junior Prom was held in the lunchroom on the evening
of December 13, 1912. The first graduating class, of which Mr. Staeger was adviser, consisted
of sixteen girls and fifteen boys. The first Commencement was held june 19, 1913. Since
that time thirty-two classes have been graduated and a total of 9290 students have joined
the ranks of alumni. The largest class was in 1938 when 472 were graduated.
The first senior play was presented by the class of 1914. It was George Bernard Shaw's
Arms and the Man and was coached by Miss Rose Glass. Other early dramatic productions
included Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer, Shakespeare's As You Like It, and Taming
of the Shrew, and Sir james Barrie's Quality Street.
The Alumni Association was organized in June 1914. In October 1919, Miss Chambers
was elected permanent Faculty Adviser. The Class of 1917 presented the first piece of
statuary to the school-the bust of Franklin.
In the fall of 1920 the Girls' Club moved into their present quarters, the suite of rooms
known as 202E. In 1921 the Honor Society was organized here as in other Seattle high
schools. In the fall of 1921 and again in the fall of 1922 the football teams won the city
championship. The captain of the latter team was Brice Taylor, famous negro player later
All-American at Southern California, and up until last summer football coach in Xavier
College in Louisiana. The first matinee dances were introduced by the class of 1923. In
1923-1924 the debate team won the State Debate Championship.
The building had long been overcrowded and several portables, located out where the
tennis courts now are, were in use. In the fall of 1925 the east wing including rooms 11, 12,
109, 110, 111, 112, 114, 209, 211, 212, 213, 214, 309, 311, 312, and 314 Was opened. Comparison
of the early pictures shows that the appearance of the building has changed somewhat as
trees and shrubbery have grown, but Franklinites still take pride in the fact that we have
one of the most beautiful school buildings in the country.
TO OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN
and A11 Other FRANKLIN ALUMNI
NOTE: This picture was taken at the dedication ot the Service Flag in the spring of 1944. The numbers
are now much larger. Our 1917-1918 service Hag had 395 stars, with seven gold stars: Allen H.
Clements, Grant Coltenbaugh, jesse Dodge, Robert Gruger, Roger W. Hillis, Colin Hyde, and
TRATHEN, SIDNEY POLMERE-PRINCIPAL
A.B. Michigan Normal College: University of Washington
Interests: Music, Gardening. Adviser of the Franklin Hi-Y Club
Greetings, Alumni of Franklin High School:
Scattered as you are throughout the length and breadth of these United States in industry,
business, education, the professions, community service, and athletics, you are giving a
good account of yourselves and we are proud of you. Hundreds of you are at present in
war activities throughout the world, and you, too, are to be congratulated on the high quality
of your devotion and service.
Judging from the many letters that have been received from time to time, we feel sure
you are interested to an unusual degree in one another, especially in the members of your
own class. We are sorry that we cannot keep in closer contact with all of you who claim
, Franklin as your Alma Mater, but numbers forbid. You see there
are well over nine thousand graduates at this time. However, we
hereby send to each of you a hearty greeting and our best wishes that
you, our loyal alumni, may continue to "launch out into the deep."
SIDNEY POLM ERE TRATHEN
Mr. Trathen came to Franklin in 1912 as head of
our Mathematics Department. He became Vice-
Principal in 1919, and Principal upon the death of
joseph A. Reed, first Principal of Franklin High
School, in the fall of 1932.
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RESEBURG. WALTER J.-VICE-PRINCIPAL
B.A. Ripon College. Interests: Golf, Singing.
We are becoming world-minded!
Through transportation by air and electronics we are being brought into closer contact
with foreign lands. The fact that our former pupils are now on all the continents and on
the high seas tends to make us citizens of the world.
We are becoming world-minded!
In the future our graduates will visit London and Moscow where now they travel to Port-
land and San Francisco. What happens in Rome and Tokyo will concern us. Television will
bring world events into our homes. Tolerance will sweeten our spirits.
So we may effectively adjust our attitudes and our lives to the new
conditions and so we may meet and help solve this new challenge-
We must become world-minded!
Mr. Reseburg came to Franklin in 1912 when this
building was first opened, as a language instructor:
later he taught in the Science Department until he
became Vice-Principal in 1932. He has also served
Franklin as Coach and Boys' Adviser.
Baird, Richard CPfc.J, Left 1942, U.S.M.C.R., Peleliu ,.,..... ...,..,,. S ept. 1944
Berry, Gordon CSgt.J, Left 1940, U.S.A.A.C., Sicily .....,.., ,......... J uly 1943
Biggs, George E., Left 1937, U.S.N ..........,......,....,.,...,,............. ......,.. N ov. 1942
Brazell, Bill CCpl.J, Grad. 1937, U.S.A., Africa ...,.,,,,.,............ ,,.,........A 1 942
Brown, Gifford fLt.J, Left 1939, U.S.A.A.C., S. W. Pacific ......... ....,..,.,....... 1 944
Buffone, Albert, Left 1941, U.S.A., France ...........,........,........,.............,............,.,..... Nov. 1944
Butts, Ray, Grad. 1941, U.S.A., Italy ...........,.................................,...,,......................... Dec. 1943
Capelletti, Mike fS!sgt.J, Grad. 1938, U.S.A.A.C., Belgium CPresumed Deadj .... Dec. 1944
Clark, L. D. fLt.D, Left, U.S.A., France .,,...,...,..,...............................,......................,. May, 1943
Clarke, Jack CSgt.J, Left 1941, R.A.F., England .........................,.............................,........ 1943
Clifford, George Dale flcfsj, Left 1942, U.S.N., S. W. Pacific .......... .......... F eb. 1944
Cook, M. Ben CLt.J, Grad. 1940, U.S.A.A.C., Germany .................... .......... 0 ct. 1943
Coyle, Tommy, Left 1943, U.S.A., Luzon ...................,....................... ....... J an. 1945
Danbom, Clarence E. CTech 4fsJ, Grad., U. S. A., Paris ,....... ................. 1 944
Evans, David G. CPvt.J, Grad. 1937, U.S.A., Belgium ..............,........... .......... F eb. 1945
Ferguson, Alden Eugene, Grad. 1942 ...................,......................,.,................ ,,....... M ay, 1944
Finley, john H. 12nd Lt.J, Grad. 1938, U.S.A.A.C., McChord Field ......... ......... D ec. 1942
Fricks, Hugh D. CLt.j, Grad. 1938, U.S.M.C., S. W. Pacific ........,........... ......... N ov. 1943
Gratis, Arthur CCapt.J, Grad. 1937, U.S.A.A.F., Crash, U. S. A .......... ............. 1 944
Hanscom, Bob fCpl.J, U.S.A ............................................................ ....... 1 943
Hayashi, Eugene, Grad. 1937, U.S.A ......................,..,..... ....... ......... 1 9 43
Heidrick, William F. CT. Sgt.j, Grad. 1935, U.S.A ............., ............. 1 944
Hickox, Roy, Grad. ,..................................................,..................... ......... J uly, 1944
Hume, Lloyd, U.S.N., CPresumed Dead-Lost Bomberj .......................................... Oct. 1943
Johnston, Henry, CSgt.J, Grad. 1942, U.S.A ....................................................................... 1944
Jonientz, Max Joseph CTech. 4!cJ, Grad. 1939, U.S.A.A.C., Crash U. S. A ........... Oct. 1943
Keppler, William S., Left 1937, U.S.C.G., S. Pacific .................................................. Dec. 1944
Lambeth, James E., Left 1935, U.S.A.A.C., Crash, U. S. A ....................................... May, 1943
Lewis, Harold, Grad. 1935, U.S.N.R., S. Pacific ..................... ......... N Ov- 1944
Maxon, Herbert Curtis CLt.J, Left 1941, U.S.N ............... ........ J' Une, 1943
McCloy, Russell G. CLt.D, Left 1941, U.S.N ..,.................... ....... ............. 1 9 43
McCoy, Donald W. CMajorJ, U.S.A.A.C., Germany ............................
McLean, John P. fLt.J, Grad. 1939, U.S.A.A.C., S. W. Pacific ........
Menzel, Walter, U.S.A. ....................................................................... .
Miori, Louie, Left 1938 ....,.,...................................,..................................
Morris, Whitney, Grad. 1937, U.S.A ................,......................................... ....
O'Malley, Edward R. C2nd Lt.j, Grad. 1934, U.S.A.A.C., Scotland ........ ........
Peterson, Hardy, Grad. 1937, U.S.N., Pearl Harbor ...........................
Putman, John E. fLt.J, Grad. 1937, U.S.A., Med. Campaign ..........
Raabe, William fLt.j, Grad. 1936, U.S.A .......................................
Ritchie, Bob CSgt.J, CParatrooperJ U.S.A., France ................
Saul, Alan Edward, Grad. 1941, U.S.A., France ............................ .......... D ec.
Sawada, George M. fSgt. Md. CJ, Grad. 1934, U.S.A., Italy ......... ........ J uly,
Scavotto, Donald J. CLt.j, Grad. 1934, U.S.A.A.C .............................. ......,.......
Splaine, Clifford Robert, Left 1942, U.S.N., France CSeabeesJ ........ ..........
Soderback, Ted, Left 1938, U.S.A., Alaska ....,,.................................. .............
Tabbutt, George CEnsignJ, Grad. 1942, U.S.N., Crash, Hawaii ..... 1. ......... Nov.
Tanaka, Matt, Grad. 1937, U.S.A., Italy ................,........................... ........ I une,
Thompson, Richard CLt.J, 1942, U.S.A.A.C., Italy ...,....,.................. ......... J uly,
Vaupell, Robert W. fMajorJ, Left, U.S.N., Crash, California ..... L .... .......... F eb.
Walker, Charles C., Grad. 1933, U.S.A.A.C ........................................ ............. .
Wickstrom, Marvin J., Grad. 1940, U.C.M.C ....,................................ ....................... .
fNOTE: This list is as compiled by the Alumni Committee up to March 1, 19452
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' Special Recognition
BAILEY, RUTH A.-English. A.B., Oberlin College. Interests: reading, traveling.
BENNETT, EDITH PAGE-Languages. B.A., University of Illinois. Interests: gardening, attending good lectures
CH-AMBERS, LYDIA M.-Science. B.A., University of Washington. Interests: home, astronomy.
KASSEBAUM, EMMA-History. B.A., University of Michigan. Interests: nature, reading, study of Spanish.
"'LAIZURE, GRANT A.-Science. B.S., M.A., Ohio State University. Interests: tennis, cosmetic manufacture,
candy making, automobiles, travel.
MCCARNEY, MARGARET-B.A., M.A., University of Washington. Interests: out-of-doors, gardening, travel,
hiking, birds. Girls' Club Adviser.
f'RINEHART, GERTRUDE-Home economics. B.A., Teachers' College, Columbia University. Interests: garden-
STAEGER, DAVID-Commercial. A.B., University of Washington. Interests: out-door-life.
Department Heads are starred.
THE ABOVE TEACHERS are especially honored in this edition because they
taught in Old Franklin fnow Washington Schoolj and came to this building when
it was opened. Others who taught in Old Franklin and in the present building
until their retirement from teaching include Miss Margaret Gorman CCommer-
cialj, Miss Lucy Barnes fEnglishj, and Miss Minnie johnson fMathematicsj-
now deceased. Mr. Heber Johnson, now Principal of Ballard, taught English in
Among the teachers who came the first year of the present Franklin were:
Mr. Samuel Fleming CHead of History Department and later Vice-Principalj,
now Superintendent of Seattle Schools, Mr. Sidney P. Trathen fHead of Mathe-
matics Departmentjg Mr. Walter J. Reseburg CLanguages and Sciencej g and Miss
Lois Caughey QLibrarianj, now retired.
We wish it were possible to mention other teachers, well-known to our Alumni,
who were at Franklin for many years, and some of whom retired from Frankling
however, space does not permit.
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BENSON, HARRY T.-Science, B.S., M.A. Washington
State College: University of Washington. Adviser to
Ticket Committee: Baseball Coach. Came to Franklin
BISAZZA, CHARLOTTE-Art. Pratt Institute. New
York: Columbia University: New York University. In-
terests: foreign cookery, travel. Came to Franklin in 1917.
BLACKNELL, LAWRENCE-Music. B.A., Master of
Music, University of Washington. Interests: tennis,
drama, music. Came to Franklin in 1929.
"'BOSELLY, SHIRLEY E.-Mathematics. B.S., Whit-
man College. Interests: golf, gardening. Tolo Weekly
Adviser. Came to Franklin in 1943.
DAUGHERTY, ANNA M.-Science, B.S., University of
Washington. Came to Franklin in 1923.
"DAVENPORT, NOAH-History. A.B.: M.A., Univer-
sity of Washington. Interests: touring, studying in the
Americas: keeping up house and farm: reading history,
philosophy, economics, current affairs. Came to Franklin
DOHENY, HARRIET-Mathematics. B.S., M.A., Uni-
versity of Washington. Hobbies: golf, travel. Came to
Franklin in 1925.
DU VAL, MARGUERITE-Languages. University of
France. Came to Franklin in 1916.
EVATT, PHILIP O.-Science. B.S., University of Wash-
ington. Movie Club Adviser. Came to Franklin in 1929.
FOWLER, LILLIAN-Commercial. B.A., Minnesota
School of Business: Gregg Shorthand School. Interests:
reading, handiwork, cooking, travel. Came to Franklin in
GLASS, ROSE-History. A.B., A.M., University of Wash-
ington: University of California: Columbia University.
Hobbies: home, books, theatre, mountain trips, World
Affairs. Came to Franklin in 1913. She left us in 1918
for war service to return in 1919. She left us again in
1922 to serve as Girls' Adviser at Roosevelt but returned
HUNTER, LILA-English. B.A., University of Wash-
ington, Adviser of Honor Society. Came to Franklin in
HURLEY, JESSE R.-English. A.B., A.M., University of
Illinois. Interests: three daughters, music books, cook-
ing. Adviser of Tolo Annual. Came to Franklin in 1937.
"JACKSON, GEORGE B.-Languages. A.B., A.M., Yale
and Leander Clark: University of Washington. Interests:
travel, study. Came to Franklin in 1917.
JARDINE, NAN-English. A.B., University of Washing-
ton. Came to Franklin in 1928.
JOHNSON, PHYLLIS-Girls' Gym. B.A., University of
Washington. Interests: tennis, swimming, badminton,
reading. Came to Franklin in 1943.
JOHNSON, RALPH-History. A.B., University of Kan-
sas: M.A., University of Washington. Came to Franklin
KARRER, FRANK-Mathematics. A.B., M.A., M.Pd.,
University of Washington: Columbia University: New
York University. Hobbies: horticulture, lapidary, stamp
collecting. Came to Franklin in 1931.
KNAPP, RALPH-B. of P.E., George Williams College.
Interests: gardening, Boy Scouts. Boys' Adviser. Came
to Franklin in 1919.
KUEBLER, HELEN-Mathematics. B.S., Carleton Col-
lege. Interests: golf, badminton, gardening. Came to
Franklin in 1919.
CA space was reserved in this panel for Mrs. Lola Hall,
Commercial teacher, but she was on sick leave when the
Faculty pictures were taken and until after this section
was sent to press.J
KUEHN, HELMA L.-English. A.B., University of Wis-
consin: University of Washington: University of Cali-
fornia. Hobbies: books, music, art. Came to Franklin in
YLINDBERG, LYDIA-English. A.B., AYM., Carleton
ialgege. Adviser of Tusitala Club. Came to Franklin in
LUPPOLD, MARY E.-Mathematics-English. A.B., Uni-
versity of Washington. Hobbies: books, knitting. Came to
Franklin in 1944.
MACDONALD, ARISTELLE-English-Dramatics. A.B.,
A.M. fDramaJ University of Washington. Interests:
Repertory Theater. Came to Franklin in 1931.
MCCLELLAND, VICTOR H.-Music-Radio. B.M., Uni-
versity of Washington. Hobbies: lapidary, philately, radio,
movie photography. Came to Franklin in 1936.
"'McGRATH, STELLA-Commercial. B.A. fEquivalentD
Washington Gregg Normal School. Hobbies: gardening,
reading. Came to Franklin in 1918.
MORRIS, MURIEL-History. B.A., Whitman College.
Hobbies: music, knitting. Came to Franklin in 1937.
NORRIS, ERNEST-Shop. Washington Nonnal School:
Oklahoma University. Hobbies: gardening, woodcarving.
Came to Franklin in 1943.
OWEN, ROBERTA-Arts. B.A., M.A. CEquivalenty Iowa
State College: University of Washington: Private Art
Study. Interests: crafts of all kinds, collecting early
American and English antiques, living at the seashore.
Came to Franklin in 1942.
PANZICA, CLARENCE-Gym. B.S. in P.E., University
of Washington. Came to Franklin in 1943.
PERCIVAL, DOROTHY-English. B.A., University of
Washington. Came to Franklin in 1942.
PETERSON, MARION-Library. B.A., A.B. CLibrarian-
shipl University of Washington. Interests: growing Cacti,
collecting pictures, cats, birds, dogs, flowers, and ship
mod-els. Came to Franklin in 1943.
QUIGLEY, AGNES E.-Languages. A.B., University of
Washington. Interests: travel, mountaineering. Came to
Franklin in 1914.
REMLEY, AGNES C.-Mathematics. B.A., University
of Iowa. Hobbies: early American glass goblets, collecting
coins and baskets. Came to Franklin in 1924.
"RICE, BARRIE S.-Industrial Arts. B.A., University
of Washington. Hobbies: shop at home, gardening, sports.
Fishing. Came to Franklin in 1940.
SAALWAECHTER, LEONARD-Physical Education
Department. Football, Basketball, Baseball Coach. B.A.
in P,E., University of Illinois. Hobbies: baseball. Came to
Franklin in 1937.
SAMUELSON, BYRON-History-Social Studies. A.B.,
M,A., University of Washington. Hobbies: gardening,
music, tennis, ping-pong. Came to Franklin in 1925.
SCHIRMER, CONRAD A.-Social Studies-History. B.A.,
M.A., University of North Dakota, University of Wash-
ington. Hobbies: gardening, traveling. Came to Franklin
SCOTT, GEORGE-Industrial Arts. B.S., University of
London, Hobby: golf. Came to Franklin in 1920.
SHAW, ANNABELLE-Girls' Gym. B.S., University of
Washington. Hobby: just enjoying life. Came to Franklin
SORENSON, MARGUERITE - Retail Selling. B.S..
M.A., University of Washington. Hobby: collecting
Bowers and fashion information. Came to Franklin in 1941.
STRAIN, ISABEL-History. B.A., Reed College. Out-
side interests: too numerous to mention. Came to Franklin
STRONG, LOUISE-English. A.B., De Pauw University.
Came to Franklin in 1928.
TOOMEY, MAE-Commercial. B.A., Iowa Teachers' Col-
lege. Interests: motoring, golf, fishing, bridge. Came to
Franklin in 1942.
VAN KLEECK, EDITH-English. B.A., Ph.B., Univer-
sity of Michigan. Came to Franklin in 1936,
WALTERS, LELA H.-Commercial. B.A., University of
Washington. Hobbies: woodcarving, gardening. Came to
Franklin in 1930.
WARNER, GENEVIEVE-Home Economics. B.S., Uni-
versity of Washington. Hobbies: gardening, reading.
Came to Franklin in 1927.
WILSON. LENA A. - Home Economics-Mathematics.
B.S., University of Washington. Came to Franklin in 1927.
SI-IEAHAN, MYRTLE--Study A. B.A., University of
Washington. Hobbies: traveling, Fishing, taking colored
movies. Here 1923-29: 1933-40: 1943 to present.
DUGAN, MARY-Study A. Interests: two sons, house,
being a Den Mother in Cub Scouts. Pet peeve: students
who do not check out of Study. Came to Franklin in 1942.
WDAVIS, ROSANA-History-English. A.B., A.M., Colo-
rado State Teachers' College: George Washington Uni-
versity, Hobbies: collecting maps and historic Figurines,
bowling, hiking, reading,
YPORTMANN, FREDA-Art. B.S. CVocational Educa- '
tionh Oregon State: Ph.D. equivalent at various schools: 'P'
private art study. Hobbies: professional art, sculpture, fx
collecting various art objects.
WSHERIFF, ETHEL-General Subjects. B.S., Northem
Illinois State Normal College.
"SMITH, MARGARET L.-General Subjects. B.A., Uni-
versity of Washington, Hobbies: golf, reading, swimming,
I-IOSKING, GWEN-Office Clerk. Franklin Graduate,
19399 has worked in library and office. Hobbies: bowling,
photography, outdoor life. Became Clerk in 1941.
MCCOLM, ALEX-Custodian, Hobbies: gardening, Fix-
ing things. Pet peeve: students who forget their locker
keys. Came to Franklin in 1941.
NOTE: All faculty ot' the Eighth Grade Center came to
Franklin in 1943.
Mr. Samuel E. Fleming, who came to Seattle in 1908, taught
at Eve high schools before coming to Franklin in 1912 as Head
of the History Department. In 1917 he became Vice-Principal:
in 1919 he was appointed Vocational Guidance Director: in 1922
he became Assistant Superintendent and continued at this post
until his recent appointment as Superintendent. Mr. Fleming
wrote for the 1940 Tolo Annual:
"I was visiting with a member of the Franklin faculty not
very long ago. The name of one graduate after another was
recalled. What is he doing? What is the news from this one and
that one? Some of the news was greeted with exclamations of
pride, some with expressions of disappointment. Whenever
teachers meet to reminisce. whenever alumni gather to relive
their school days and revive old friendships, the real acid test
of high school values is applied when one inquires of the other,
What is he doing? While in school the criterion seems to be
marks and credits. As the years roll along these are forgotten. In
their places loom measures of performance in the larger school
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MISS STRAIN MISS KUEI-IN MISS JARDINE MISS MORRIS
Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen
Ours was the last class to enter Franklin before the war. In those days the Frosh spent
their study periods in Study B and there were as many boys as girls in the class. The high-
light of that year was the Freshman party with dancing and Dixie Cups for all. Everyone
participated in an adult and dignihed game of musical chairs, until joe Benyon-the "old
spoil sport"-started using jiu Jitsu on the girls.
The fall of 1942 we were Sophomores-no longer at the bottom of the world. However,
we were still young and frivolous, for the Sophomore party held the spotlight of that year,
with third and fourth helpings of huckleberry pie for the hungry.
In our Junior year We really took our places as leaders in school activities and some of the
boys went off to war.
At last we have attained the goal we started for as Freshmen-we are Seniors, the leaders
of the school. The class officers are: Bill Pratt, President QWhat, again? It seems to us
that he was president in our Freshman yearj 3 Ralph Holmstad, Vice-President, Joe Benyon,
Secretaryg and Marjorie Plumb, Treasurer. In january we held a party for the February
graduates. Assistant Superintendent Campbell was guest speaker.
The students in our group have not had an entirely normal existence, since our entire
four years have been war years. However, every member has left his contribution to the
school and Franklin in turn has left its mark upon each member. Every boy who goes into
the service and every girl who stays on the home front will work for the time when all
boys and girls will be able to have the experience of a rich and happy life such as we have
had at Franklin.
We of the Class of 1945 owe all possible thanks to Miss Strain for the inspiration given
us, for her friendly guidance, and for her sympathetic humor.
BILL, RALPH, MARJORIE, and MISS STRAIN.
Central, Duluth, Minn.
Intramural Basketball 4.
Honor Soc. 3, 4, Band 3, 4.
, 'February graduates are starred.
Representing respectively the Marine Corps and the Coast
Guard are two Boys' Club officers of 1943-Alex Anderson, presi-
dent, and Bill Danbom, secretary. Bill has visited school several
times since entering the service. Alex is with a Scout Bomber
Squadron overseas. While in training in Oklahoma he encount-
ered Sue Lewis 119411 AUSNR, PH3fC9 Bill Harman 119431
USNQ Cleo Bruhn 119431 USNQ Amos Chapman 119431 USN:
and Bill jonientz 119421 USN. In North Carolina he saw Lt. Bill
Gray 119401 of the Army Air Corps, who was flying a P-47. In
California he met Pat Eaton 119411 USMCRg Les Thompson
119411 USMC 1see cartoon on page 1081: and Bill Hardesty
119431 USMC. George Wagner USMC is stationed where Alex
Alex was the First winner of the Ralph N. Knapp award estab-
lished by the Boys' Club Cabinet of 1942-1943 for "the most
inspirational boy to the boys in school." The award was given
in 1944 to Max Soriano, also Boys' Club president.
ANSLOW, MARY 1Mamie1-Interests: sports. Roll Rep
2, Turnout 3, 45 Stamp Plan Clerk 3.
ADAMS, PHILIP M. 1Phil1-Specialty: trombone In
terests: sailing, Aristocrats of Swing, Band. Ambition
musician or engineer. Band 1, 45 3rd Team Basketball 1
ALBRIGHT, JOAN 1Shorty1-Interests: dancing Am
bition: U. S. Nurse Corps. Entered as junior from Duluth
ALEXANDER, PAUL-Ambition: physician and sur
geon. Service Club 1: Movie Club 13 Honor Soc. 2 3 4
ALLEN, MARGARET JEAN 1Marg1-Interests: music
collecting post cards and foreign coins. Glee Club 1, 2 3 4
Operetta 13 Turnout 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Make up
ALMGREN, ARTHELLA 1Art1 -- Interests: dancing
swimming, letter writing. Ambition: to be a good wife
Library Helper 1: Glee Club lg Honor Soc. 2: Bank Clerk
3g Stamp Plan Clerk 3, 4: Big Cousin 4.
AMES, LUCILLE 1Lucy1-Interests: dancing, collecting
and pressing fiowers. Ambition: secretary and wife Li
brary Helper lg Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Bank Clerk 3: Floral
Comm. Chr. 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4.
ANDERSON, HAROLD 1Swede1-Specialty: women
Interests: mountain climbing, DeMolay. Ambition
jeweler. Service Club 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3.
ANDERSON, IRENE 1Butch1-Interests: roller skating
dancing. Ambition: nurse. Lunchroom Worker 3. Entered
as Junior from Binford High School.
ANDERSON, MARVIN 1Buzzie1-Specialty: trumpet
Interests: skiing, Aristocrats of Swing. Band 1, 2, 3 4
1Rec. Sec. 2: Pres. 3: Eff. Mgr, 41: Ski Team 1, 2: Honor
Soc. 2, 3, 4 1Sec. 41: Boys' Club 2nd V. Pres. 4.
ANDERSON, ROBERT 1Bob1-Specialty: smooth talk
Interests: trombone. airplanes, driving. Ambition: lawyer
"ANDERSON, TOM 1Gunner1-Specialty: gunning In
terests: hunting, tennis, bowling, Navy. Aviation Club
1, 2: Roll Rep. 1: Tolo Weekly 3. Entered as Freshman
ARCHIBALD, NORMA CArchieJ--Interests: music.
Ambition: nurse. Girls' Band 1, 2, 3.
YATTEBERY, BEVERLY QBevJ-Interests: swimming,
riding, voilin. Ambition: secretary, accountant. Orches-
tra lg Swim Club 2.
BACKMAN, DONNA-Dislikes: girls who drag their
feet. Ambition: to be a housewife. Entered as junior from
XBADER, RICHARD 1MasterJ-Ambition: stage elec-
trician. Dislikes: dishtowels wrapped around girls' heads.
Entered as Junior from Great Falls High.
BAIMA, MARJORIE Cllllargj-Specialty: sleeping. Am-
bition: to be a flyer. Likes: big, handsome lettermen.
Roll Rep. 1, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2:
Tolo Annual 25 Big Cousins Z, 3, 4: Alumni Comm. 4:
Stamp Plan Clerk 4.
BASHER, FRANCES fFrariJ-Ambition: nurse. En-
tered as Junior from Los Angeles, Cal.
BEARWOOD, DON fBeansJ-Interests: roller skating,
cars. Ambition: Forest Rangers. Anglers Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Aviation Club 1: 3rd Team Basketball 31 Basket Clerk 3.
WBEIRNES, VERNON CRedJ-Interests: sports, beauti'
ful women. Ambition: State Patrol. Basketball 3, 4:
Football 43 Hi-Y 4. Entered as junior from Clallam
Bay H. S.
WBENNETT, BETTY-Specialty: sewing. Interests:
badminton, miniature dogs,
BENTON, CATHERINE fKittyJ-Dislikes: conceited
boys and girls. Ambition: stenographer. Roll Rep 2.
"'BENYON, JOE-Likes: good ice cream. Ambition:
mechanical engineer. Service Club 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3:
French Club 2, 35 Sec. of Class 4.
BERKENROTH, DICK KBerkyD-Specialty: sleep. Am-
bition: Army Air Corps. Ice Penguins lg Intramural
Football lg Baseball 1, 2: Color Guard 3, 4: 2nd Team
Baseball 3: lst Team Baseball 4: Franklin Bowlers 4.
PFC Joe Anderson 119441, Co. B First Battalion,
U. S. Marines is somewhere in the South Pacific. He
was at New Caledonia. He would like to hear from
Franklinites and may be addressed in care of the
Fleet Post Office at San Francisco. Others pictured
in this strip are Glen Wilbur f1943J and Paul Phillips.
"The Campbells Are
Pictured are Capt. Warren
Campbell 119361 and Ernest
CScottyJ Campbell 119285, Chief
Specialist Naval Air Corps, sec-
ond from right in lower picture.
Both will be remembered as
golfers, the latter being recipient
of many trophies. An account of
their brother Walter will be
found on page 60. Another
brother Alex f1921j, now work-
ing in a local war plant, is a
well-known concert and opera
singer: he has a six-month Euro-
pean operatic tour scheduled for
after the war. Their sister, Ethel
Campbell C1924J, is employed
locally by the Alaska Communi-
BERKEY, JOANNA Cjoej-Specialty: piano. Interests:
swimming, bowling, embroidery, Ambition: perfect wife.
Roll Rep. 2: Alumni Comm. 3.
BERTINI, GLORIA-Interests: skiing, bike-riding.
Ambition: secretary or decorator.
BILLINGS, KEN-Dislikes: girls who wear a lot of
make-up. Ambition: engineer. Band I. 2, 3, 4: Honor
Soc. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Bowling Club 3, 4.
BISHOP, BILL-Interests: football, swimming. Ambi-
BLACKFIELD, PHYLLIS CPhilJ-Interests: dancing,
swimming. Ambition: to travel, Spanish Club 3.
BLENCOE, ETHEL CBobbeJ-Interests: dancing,
bowling, skating. Ambition: private secretary. Entered
as Junior from Garfield.
BORELLA, DOLORES CProxJ-Interests: swimming,
skiing, Tolo Weekly. Dislikes: conceited boys. Ice Pen-
guins lg Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4.
YBOYTLER, DAN-Interests: football. Ambition:
college. Track Team 3.
BROWNE, BETTY CBetsJ-Interests: Rainbow Guild.
Jr. Orthopedic Guild. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Bond Drive
Comm. 3: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4.
Entered as Sophomore from Adrian, Mich.
"BUCHANAN, ROBERT QBobJ-Interests: mechanics,
cars, airplanes, sports. Stamp Clerk 3: Basket Clerk 4.
BUCKMAN, LYLA MAE-Specialty: sailing. Interests:
music Cpianoj. Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4. Entered as Sopho-
more from North Dakota.
BUCKNER, RUBY MAE fSkinnyJ-Specialty: dancing.
Interests: dancing, arguing, collecting swing records.
Ambition: journalist. Faculty Library 2, 3: Debate
BURR, VIRGINIA CGeaD-Specialty: interior decorat-
ing. Interests: skiing, sailing, jr. Orthopedic Guild.
Ambition: to be a pilot. Ski Club 1, 2: Roll Rep. 1, 2:
Student Sponsor 2: Honor Soc, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Chr.
3, 4: Radio Panels 3: Girls' Club Chr. of Chairmen 4.
BYERS, JOY Cjoeyj--Specialty: dancing. Ambition:
journalist. Interests: horseback riding, ice skating.
Sophomore Sec. 2: Tolo Weekly 4.
BYRNE AGNES A ie Interests dancin Ambi
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tion: to meet Van Johnson, to be a foreman at Boeing's.
Athletics 1: Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4: Big Cousins 1.
CALDWELL, HAROLD-Interests: radio, swimming.
Ambition: to be a radio engineer. Entered as junior from
Cle Elum, Washington.
CAMERON, JEAN Ueanniel-Interests: dramatics.
music. Ambition: to be a nurse. Roll Rep. 1: Girls' Club
Players 1: Honor Soc. 2: Assembly Player 2: Stamp
Plan Clerk 3: Upton Contest 2: Class Pres. 3.
CAPPELLETTI. ANTONETTE--Interests: sewing,
music, reading. Ambition: to become expert sewer. Fac-
ulty Library 1, Z: Honor Soc. 2. 3.
"CARL, LORRIN CFinancialJ-Specialty: dancing, play-
ing tennis. Interests: sports, girls. Ambition: engineer-
ing. Basketball l: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club
2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Tennis Team 3, 4.
CARSON, LAWRENCE CLarryJ-Interests: athletics.
Ambition: to play in professional sports. Likes: cute
girls, pig tails, wooden shoes. Football 1, 3, 4: Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4.
"'CASAL, HENRY CHankj--Specialty: women, Ambi-
tion: engineer. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Z, 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Inter-School Council 3: Honor Soc. 4: Intra-
mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Club Pres. 4.
CASTLEN, ALICE JANE--Interests: Tolo Weekly, jr.
Orthopedic Guild. Girls' Club Comm. 1, 2: Ski Club 1, 2:
Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tolo Annual Staff 1, 2, 3: Quill and
Scroll 3, 4: P. T. A. Comm. 3: Clean-up Comm. 3: Chr.
4th War Bond Drive 3: Tolo Weekly 3, 4.
CHITTENDEN. MARILYN - Interests: collecting
charms. Roll Rep. 1: Tusitala Club 1: Stamp Clerk 2:
Ticket Comm. Chr. 3: Bulletin Board Chr. 4.
CHOCANO, FELISCAR CGoyaD -Interests: singing,
sports. Ambition: to learn to ski. Operetta 1, 2, 3: Tusi-
tala 1: Stamp Club 1: Girls' Club Players 2: Spanish
Club 2: Talent Assembly 3: Roll Rep. 3.
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CLARK, BILL-Interests: bowling, lettering, baseball.
Ambition: draftsman or engineer. Dislikes: pigtails.
Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Bowling Team 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Intra-
mural Basketball 4.
COGSHALL, JEAN Qjeanniej-Interests: singing, boat-
ing. Ambition: tour the world as a singer or speaker.
Likes: blackberry pie a la mode. Entered as Senior from
Roosevelt High School.
COLGAN, RICHARD CDickJ - Interests: football,
hunting. Ambition: machinist. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter-
men's Club 3, 4: Pres. of Hi-Y 4.
COLLINS, ROBERT fBobJ-Ambition: to get 32 cred-
its. Dislikes: people who forget names. Debate 1, 2:
Assembly Plays 3, 4: Operetta 3.
COLLINS, WILLIAM CLYDE fRipJ-Specialty: cook-
ing. Interests: football, swimming. Ambition: to be a
sports announcer. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Upton Contest 1, 2:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Swim Team 3, 4:
Assembly Comm. 3.
CONDON, BEVERLY fBevj-Interests: sports, work
outside of school. Ambition: to be a cadet nurse. Likes:
lemon pie. Glee Club I, 2: Choir 3.
COTHRELL, IRENE fDocJ-Specialty: medicine. Am-
bition: to be an M, D. Roll Rep. 3: Banking Clerk 3:
Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 4: 202E Helper 3.
COX, GERRIE-Likes: dancing, swimming, skiing.
Girls' Turnout 2: Upperclass Sports 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2,
3, 4: Student Sponsor 3: Corresponding Sec. of Girls'
Club 4: Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 3.
CRATE, LOIS JUNE CLo5-Interests: swimming, danc-
ing, Entered as Senior from Ballard High School,
CUBBIN, WALTER QDukeJ-Ambition: vocalist in a
name band. Likes: girls, cars. Choir 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4.
Entered as junior from Queen Anne.
CURULLA, VINCENT J.-Ambition: to be an aero-
DALE, LOIS fLoieJ-Interests: sewing, singing, danc-
ing. Ambition: to be a pilot. Dislikes: people who can't
have a good time. Likes: teasing people. Glee Club 1:
Lunch Room 3: Study A checker 4. ,
Expelled Twice: But!
Horace R. Cayton writes: "I was very glad to hear from Franklin High
School. You may not know it, but I was not one of the most well-behaved
students-in fact, I was expelled twice, once by Mr. Trathen and once
by Mr. Reed."
Before graduation from high school Mr. Cayton had had a thrilling
career in Alaska, in the South Pacific, and throughout the western part
of this country. He then worked his way through the University of
Washington as deputy under Sheriff Claude Bannick. Later he studied
sociology at the University of Chicago, and on a fellowship in Europe.
He was Professor of Economics and Labor Problems at Fisk University.
He is now Director of the Parkway Community House in Chicago. He
is an author and journalist: he is Labor Editor of the Pittsburgh Courier
and has contributed articles to numerous magazines. Among his publica-
tions have been "Negroes Live in Chicago," "Black Workers and the
New Unions," "The American Negro-A World Problem." A book
entitled Black Metropolis of which he is co-author will be published soon
and he is under contract to do a book on the Negro press.
Mr. Cayton is also a lecturer of note, some of his subjects being:
"Color, the Unfinished Business of Democracy," "The Significance of
Color in Global Warfare," and "The Contribution of the Negro to the
American Social Order."
His hobby is playing swing and boogie-woogie recordings. He has a
collection of about one thousand records.
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DeBARD, BARBARA fBarbJ-Interests: skiing, swim-
ming, dancing. Ambition: to be an interior decorator.
Honor Soc. 1, 2: Stamp Plan Clerk 1, 2, 3: Girls' Club
Ticket Assistant 3.
DELGUZZO, ALFONSO CAD-Interests: reading. Am-
bition: business world. Dislikes: two-faced people.
DENNISON, BOB CDennyj-Interests: basketball,
music, skiing. Ambition: to be a doctor. Likes: sirloin
steaks. Honor Soc. 4: Intramural Basketball 4. Entered
as Senior from Roosevelt High School.
DERETICK, MILDRED CMillyJ-Likes: good foQd.
Dislikes: conceited boys. Library Staff 1: Study Hall
Helper 2, 3: Guidance Clerk 4.
DeWAELE, WILLIAM CProfessorj-Ambition: aero-
nautical engineer. Third Team Track 2: Handball 3:
Tusitala Club 3: Art Staff Tolo Annual 3, 4: Adv. Mgr.
Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Quill 8: Scroll 3: V.-Pres. Debate
Club 4: Pres. Handball Club 4.
DORE, CLAIRE CKittenj-Interests: bowling, dancing,
swimming. Ambition: private secretary, pilot. Likes:
traveling. Entered as Senior from Douglas, Alaska.
DOW, GAIL-Interests: aviation. Ambition: to be a
good test pilot. Football 1: Aviation Club 2, 3: Track
Team 2, 3, 4: Clean-up Comm. 3, 4: Lunchroom Comm. 3.
DUNCAN, DICK--Interests: skiing, dancing, women.
Dislikes: girls without a sense of humor. Honor Soc. 2,
3: Band 2, 3: Treas. Bowling Club 3: V.-Pres. Band 4:
Senior Play 4: Boys' Club Comm, 4.
EARL, WILLIAM CWilliej-Interests: sports. Ambi-
tion: U. S. Army Air Corps.
EASON, JOICE C103-Interests: reading, microscopic
work. Ambition: to be a doctor. Girls' Club Rep. 4:
Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Lived in Honolulu for a time.
EHRY, KATHLEEN CKayJ-Interests: insect and stamp
collecting. Ambition: to be a beauty operator. Girls' Club
Comm, Chr. 3.
EICHELBERGER, JEAN-Interests: writing, painting.
Ambition: novelist. Dislikes: boyish girls, girlish boys.
Honor Soc. 2, 3: Athletics 1: Basket Clerk 2, 3: Nurses'
Assistant 3: Basketball 3: Tolo Weekly 3.
"They Also Serve"
Beatrice Itza 119415, former Girls' Club president,
is representative of many Franklin alumnae in serv-
ice. Beatrice is now Sp.T!2C in the Link Trainer
Department, USN Air Station at Corpus Christi,
Texas. Her brother Steve C1939J, former Boys' Club
president, is at present in the V-12 naval officers'
training course at the University of Washington.
Her sister Mary Lou 119363 teaches at Cleveland
High School: and her sister Rose C1938D is private'
secretary to Mr. Virgil Smith, Assistant Superin-
tendent of Seattle Schools.
Martha Wiederrecht and Lucia Carrabba
Martha Wiederrecht 419413 and Lucia Carrabba
09415 sometimes come back to entertain in assembly.
Martha is well-known to local radio listeners as
Martha Wright. Lucia has continued her musical
career as pianist and accompanist.
EMAHISER, LORETTA CSkipD - Interests: reading,
dancing. Honor Soc. 3, 4. Entered as Junior from Eugene,
ENDRESS, ELAINE-Interests: drawing. Ambition:
architect. Athletics 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Turn-
out 2: Tolo Weekly 35 Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 45 Big
ERICKSON, LOIS-Interests: Rainbow, photography.
Ambition: musician. Roll Rep. 1: Comm. Chr. 35 Debate
FAVRO, TILLIE- Specialty: accordion. Ambition:
stenographer. Turnout 1: Roll Rep. 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4:
Student Sponsor 2: Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4: Stamp Plan
Clerk 2, 35 Lunchroom Cashier 3: Rec. Sec. Girls' Club 4.
FENTON, ANN-Interests: collecting words to popular
songs. Ambition: to be a dietitian. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4:
Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 4. Entered as Sophomore from
FERCH. SHIRLEY fFerchiej-Ambition: to be an art-
ist. Dislikes: gum chewers. Likes: swing records, Roll
Rep. 1: Honor Soc. 2. 4.
FISCHER. ROSEMARIE CCookieJ-Interests: roller
skating, dancing. stamp collecting. Ambition: to be a
nurse. Dislikes: late dates. Likes: men.
FISHER. SALLY CLuJ-Interests: dancing, skiing, rec-
ord collecting. Ambition: bank teller. Roll Rep. 1, 2, 3:
Spanish Club 1: Stamp Plan Clerk 2, 3: Make-up Corps 2.
FLANIGAN, MARTHA-Interests: glass animals. Turn-
out 1. 2: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Stamp Clerk 3: Make-up
FOWLER, BEULAH-Specialty: athletics. Interests:
photography. Ambition: to be a nurse. Glee Club 1:
Vaudeville 1: Athletics 1, 2: Operetta 3: Quaker Maids
3, 4: Quaker Maid Sec. 4: Choir 3, 4.
FRASER, BOB-Interests: skiing, playing a saxophone,
photography. Dislikes: wooden shoes. Likes: girls. Band
1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1: Bowling 4,
FRAZER, DONNA fStinkyj-Interests: reading, movies.
Ambition: secretary. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4.
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FREEMAN, BETTY CBetsJ - Interests: movie stars.
Ambition: to be a secretary, Personal EFF1ciency Comm.
2: Roll Rep. 3,
FREYBERG, JIM CSquinchD - Interests: mechanics.
Dislikes: women who smoke in public: two-faced women.
GERGER, FLORENCE tSisterJ-Specialty: ice skating,
dancing. Interests: snap shots. Likes: mustard.
WGRAVES, JOHN Cjackb-Interests: sailing, swimming.
Ambition: to join the U. S. Marines. Movie Club l. 2,
3, 4: Service Club 1: Stamp Club 1, 2: Debate Club 4.
'YGREENHALGI-I, LUCILLE fLouieJ-Ambition: to be
a cadet nurse, Bookkeeper Tolo Weekly 4: Honor Soc.
3, 4. Entered as Sophomore from Lincoln, Nebraska.
GREGORY, MARY CLEO CMairzy DoatsJ-Interests:
ice skating. horseback riding. Ambition: to be a stenog-
rapher. Likes: Hollywood haircuts.
GRIFFIN, FRANCES CF:-anciej-Interests: dramatics.
Ambition: to be an interior decorator. Commercial Club
l: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tusitala Club 2: Ski Club 3: Tolo
GRIMES, NANCY-Interests: dancing. Ambition: to be
a private secretary, Make-up Corps 1, 4: Personal EFFI-
ciency Comm, Z: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Comm.
Chr. 3, 4: Big Cousins 4: Senior Play 4.
GROHS, HARVEY-Interests: sailing, swimming. Am-
bition: to be a dentist. Entered as Senior from Everett,
HAMILTON, BILL- Specialty: swimming. Interests:
model railroad. Ambition: to be a bachelor. Dislikes: girls.
Second team football 4.
HAMILTON, DOROTHY CDottieJ-Interests: drawing.
Ambition: meteorologist. Honor Soc. 3, 4: Roll Rep. 3, 4:
Decoration Comm. 3: Tolo Art Staff 4. Entered as Jun-
ior from Aberdeen, Wash.
SFHANAUER, JERRY-Interests: skiing, swimming, rid-
ing. Ambition: U. S. Marine Corps. Entered as Junior
from Roosevelt High.
HANSEN, CLARA-Interests: swimming, badminton.
Ambition: to be a lady of Leisure. Likes: any good boy
over Eve feet ten. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Lunchroom Comm.
3, 4: Stage Force 2.
HANSEN, VIVIAN 1Vicky1-Specialty: drawing. In-
terests: ice skating. Ambition: costume designer. Ice
Penguins 2: Big Cousins 4.
HARMAN, RUTH 1Herman1-Interests: swimming, ski-
ing, bowling. Ambition: housewife. Likes: sailors with
brown eyes. Glee Club Pres. 1: Glee Club Sec. 2: Glee
Club Treas. 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Treas. 4.
HARPER, MARILYN-Likes: people who keep prom-
ises. Dislikes. sarcasm and oysters. Roll Rep. l: Honor
Soc. 2, 3, 4: Make-up Corps 2: Debate Club 3: Glee Club
4: Senior Play 4.
HAYS, FLORENCE 1Sonny1-Ambition: private sec-
retary. Likes: dancing and blond-haired boys, Basket-
HAZELHURST, ELLA-Interests: ice skating, dancing.
Ambition: cadet nurse. Entered as Sophomore from Gar-
HEINL, VERVAL 1Suzie1-Specialty: sewing. Ambi-
tion: cadet nurse. Likes: swimming, sleeping. Entered
as Senior from Fort Dodge, Iowa.
HELD, SHIRLEY 1Shyrl1-Interests: sports. Ambition:
to be a private secretary. Likes: chocolate sundaes.
HENDERSON, DOLORES 1Dee-Da1-Interests: danc-
ing. Ambition: to be a riveter, Athletics 1: Quaker Maids
2, 3, 4: Student Sponsors 3.
HENDRICKSON, joe - Interests: handball, model
planes. Ambition: navy. Honor Soc. 3, 4.
motorcycles, Ambition: to own the most powerful Harley-
Davidson hill climber ever made.
HESS, DICK-Specialty: art and carving. Interests:
HIEB, JOSEPH-Specialty: track. Interests: skiing,
boating. Ambition: electrical engineer. Aviation Club
1, 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 3.
"There's Music in the Air"
Florence Orr Klein 119141, concert and recital artist, teacher of voice, and choir director is one of
many distinguished Franklin musicians. She is shown in the picture reproduced here.
Newspapers help us keep track of our celebrities. Recent items informed us that Vesta Muth Richards
119231 was soloist at the Friday Morning Music Club in Washington, D. C., and teaches piano at her
home in Annandale, Virginia: also that Dorothy Baker Clawson 119241 and her husband live at Lyme,
Connecticut and Dorothy is soloist at Marble Collegiate Church.
On the roster of Franklin musicians are: A1 Hoffman 119211, composer of "Mairzy Doats" and other
popular songs: Hine Brown 119231, violinist and symphony conductor: Charles Gould 119271, orchestra
leader: Marden Bate 119331, singer: Herbert Bartlett 119251, singer: Patsy Perkins 119431, violinist,
now in viola section of Seattle Symphony: Marjorie Chandler Livengood 119241, music teacher at Helen
Bush School and member of violin section of Seattle Symphony: J. B. Norris 119201, singer: Vincent
La Salle 119341, singer with Perroni Opera Guild: Carmen Frye
Morris 119191, pianist: Helen Dodge 119391, singer: Eleanor
Lewis 119441, is studying voice at New York College of Music
while pursuing a pre-medics course at New York City College l
and will enter Magill University at Montreal next summer. 1Her
mother, Juanita Carter Lewis 119241 has accepted a position as
overseas worker with the American Red Cross.1
Readers will recall others who should be added. Many men-
tioned "Babe" Egan, who, as Capt. Feek says, "played the violin
about 1913-14 around Franklin and since before all the crowned
heads of Europe": others told of her red-headed a1l-girls'orches-
tra. Perhaps some reader can tell us more about her for a later
HIGH, LEA 1Red3-Interests: dancing, bowling. Am-
bition: journalistic career. Likes: a certain fellow in
Navy Blue. Dislikes: shy people.
WHOBART, WANDA-Interests: riding, skating, swim-
ming, Ambition: stenographer. Dislikes: short boys.
HOLMSTAD, ELAINE-Specialty: drawing. Ambition:
commercial artist. Turnout 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3: Tolo An-
nual Art Staff 3, 4: Rhythm Rollers 3.
HOLMSTAD, RALPH-Ambition: journalism, commer-
cial artist. Service Club 2, 3: Football 3: Tolo Weekly
Sport 3: Tolo Annual Art 3: Tolo Weekly Editor 4:
Honor Soc. 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4 1Pres. 43: Class
HOOVER, JOAN-Specialty: food. Interests: skiing and
swimming. Ambition: journalist. Entered as Junior from
Walla Walla High.
HREN, FRANK 1Butch3-Interests: flying, accordion.
Ambition: Army Air Corps. Mgr. of lst Team Football.
Entered as Sophomore from Wyoming.
HUNTER, HARVEY 1Harv3-Specialty: photography.
Ambition: drafter. Likes: cokes, liberal teachers. Honor
Soc. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3. Entered as Junior
from Queen Anne.
HUTTON, NORMA 1Nonie3-Interests: dancing, swim-
ming, tennis. Ambition: laboratory technician. Stamp
Club 1: Bank Clerk 1, 3, 4.
YHYDE, JIM-Interests: fishing. Intramural Basketball
1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Interschool
Council 3, 4. Pres. Class 3: Sec, Boys' Club 4.
IACOVACCI, MARIE 1Shorty3-Specialty: eating. In-
terests: skiing, books. Ambition: buyer. Roll Rep. 1, 3:
Stamp Plan Helper 2: Big Cousins 3, 4: Librarian 4:
P. T.-A. Tea Comm. 4.
JENSEN, JOHN 1Johnny3-Interests: wine, women,
song, DeMolay. Ambition: naval aviation. Honor Soc.
2, 3, 4: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Track 4: Boys' Club Comm. 3.
"JOHNSON, Alice-Interests: dancing, roller skating.
Ambition: to be a housewife.
Annapolis Appointees '
John M. Little 119443, at
present Cadet Midshipman, U.S.
N.R., in the Merchant Marine,
was recently named principal
candidate from this district to
the Naval Academy at Annap-
olis. At the same time Edgar
Horton Smith 119433 and Lewis
L. Simpson 119443 received sec-
ond and third alternate appoint-
Several other Franklin boys
have had Annapolis appointments. Among them are
Ernest E. 1Jack3 Reynolds 119393 and John Gruger
119313. Other Franklin boys have been honored with
West Point appointments: these include Walker
Milner 119243, and Charles Rau 119243.
in Two Wars
How many Franklin-
ites have served in both
World Wars? One such
alumnus is Harold W.
CBM USN. One news-
paper summarized his
career thus: "From
Navy to immigration
patrol inspector and
back to Navy-that is the synopsis of the life of
Harold W. Richardson since First World War."
Captain George Cohan 09141, Seattle business
man and past American Legion Commander, is in
the Army again. A few months ago he was sent to the
School of Allied Military Government at Charlottes-
ville, Virginia, for a nine months course after which
he expected to be assigned to the Far East. Com-
mander Philip J. Weiss, former Seattle attorney, is
back in the Navy and serving in the South Pacific.
Major Emery Stanley 119215 is again in service.
Lieutenant Commander Douglas S. Egan 119195,
formerly with the General Steamship Corporation,
has been in Casablanca, Tripoli, and India.
JOHNSON, MURLIN CSwedej -Interests: hunting,
swimming. Ambition: Army Air Corps. Entered as jun-
ior from Renton.
JOHNSTON, BEVERLY CBevJ - Interests: dancing.
Ambition: school teacher. Stamp Plan Clerk 3, War Loan
Comm. 3. Entered as Sophomore from Fort Dodge, Iowa.
JONES, DOLORES-Interests: dancing. Ambition:
school teacher. Girls' Club Players 1: Ice Penquins 1,
2, Honor Soc. 2, 3. 4: French Club 2, 35 Tolo Weekly 3,
4, P.-T.A. Tea Comm. 3, 4: Guidance Clerk 3, 4.
HONES, JEAN-Interests: roller skating. Stamp Plan
JONES, WILBUR-Interests: radio, chemistry. Ambi-
tion: radio engineer. Movie Club 2, 33 Stage Force 2, 3:
Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4.
KENKMAN, BOB-Interests: women, skiing. Ambition:
to become owner of a pie company. Debate 15 Ski Club
1, 2: 3rd Team Basketball 1: Tolo Weekly 43 Ski Team
4: Lettermen's Club 4: lst Team Football 4.
KILGORE, BETTY CBetty-Janej-Interests: collecting
figurines. Ambition: secretary, housewife. Personal ERE-
ciency Comm. 1: Girls' Club Rep. 1, 2: Big Cousin 33
Office Helper 45 Chr. Standards Comm. 4.
KINGSTON, SYLVIA-Likes: sports. Glee Club 1,
Choir 1, 23 Turnout 1, 2: Operetta 2, 3.
KNIGHT, LESTER KLesJ-Interests: girls, cars. Honor
Soc. Z, 3, 4: Camera Club 1, 2: Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4:
Boys' Club Helper 2, 33 Assembly Plays l, 2, 3, 4.
KOSKI, LEONA CI-Ioneyl-Interests: sewing. Specialty:
dancing. Ambition: housewife. Personal Efficiency 2.
Entered as Sophomore from Garfield.
LANDRUM, JOHN tjohnnyj-Specialty: music. Inter-
ests: wine, women, and song. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1,
23 Bowling 1: Senior Play 4.
LANTOR, SIDNEY flkej-Specialty: fishing. Interests:
airplanes. Ambition: lawyer. Entered as Senior from
LAWHEAD, RICHARD QRockeyJ-Interests: football.
Ambition: engineer. Hi-Y 4: Lettermen's Club 4: lst
Team Football 4. Entered as Senior from Okmulgee High.
LEFFARD, WALTER fLeffJ-Interests: cars, football,
swimming. Ambition: to work for Telephone Co.
LEW, KENNETH-Ambition: doctor. Dislikes: silly
girls, Track 2, 3. 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4.
LEW, PHYLLIS-Interests: opera. Ambition: to be
something in the musical world. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4:
Lunchroom Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4.
LIGHTER, JOYCE-Interests: horseback riding. Ambi-
tion: pharmacist. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4.
LIGHTFOOT, BOB-Interests: mechanics, machinery.
Ambition: engineer. Honor Soc. 2.
LIPSEY. VIRGINIA CValD-Interests: dramatics. Am-
bition: to become a nurse. Girls' Gym Helper 3: Girls'
Band 3, 4: Band Officer 4: Big Cousins 3. Entered as
Junior from Forks, Wash.
LOOMIS, BARBARA CBarbD-Interests: ice skating,
dancing, swimming. Ambition: dietitian. Entered as
Sophomore from Roosevelt.
LORIMER, ALLAN CAD-Interests: forestry work.
Debate Club 2. 3: Varsity Track 3, 4: Senior Play 4, En-
tered as Sophomore from New England.
LOUIE, HENRY-Interests: athletics, Ambition: engi-
neer. Intramural Basketball 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Came
to this country as refugee five years ago.
'l'McBRIDE, LLOYD CMacj-Interests: football, horses.
Ambition: to be a football coach. lst Team Football 3,
4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Hi-Y Treas. 4.
McCARTNEY, BOB-Interests: sports, band. Ambition:
forestry service. Band l, 2, 3, 4 CTreas. 2, 4: Corr. Sec.
35: Honor Soc. 2. 3, 4: 2nd Team Track 2: 2nd Team
Basketball 3: 2nd Team Baseball 3: Treas. Class 3.
MCCOMB, IRENE QMickiej-Interests: football play-
ers. Ambition: to be an English teacher. Turnout 4. En-
tered as Senior from Tacoma, Wash.
McDONALD, MARION fMickeyD-Interests: Rainbow,
swimming, dancing. Ambition: to be air hostess.
"'McGUIRE, VIRGINIA CGinnyD-Interests: collecting
Petty and Varga girls. Ambition: travel around the
world. Honor Soc. 2, 3: Stamp Plan Clerk 3: Banking
Clerk 3: Tolo Annual 4.
McKEOWN, KATHLEEN fKatieJ-Interests: horse-
back riding, dancing. Stamp Plan Clerk 1: Honor Soc.
2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Office Helper 2: Tolo Weekly
3, 4: Bond Drive Treas. 3: Quill and Scroll 4.
MacFARREN, GEORGE CDougJ-Interests: studying
early church history. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Sec. Debate Club
3: Pres. Debate Club 4: 1st Place Upton Oratorical Con-
test 3. Entered as Sophomore from Queen Anne High.
"'MacKENZIE, DOUG CLittle Tackj-Interests: bird
hunting, tinkering with cars. Ambition: Navy. Band 1, 2.
MARK, ALBERT KAIJ-Interests: athletics. Ambition:
chemical engineer. Basketball 1: Intramurals 1, 3: Honor
Soc. 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: School Messenger 2: Service
"MARTIAL, SHIRLEY CShuzzJ-Interests: Tolo
Weekly, photography. Ambition: joumalist. Dislikes:
stag lines. Girls' Band 1: Tolo Annual 2: Honor Soc. 2,
3, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 4.
MARTIN, NORMA-Ambition: to marry a Southern
doctor. Dislikes: plaid shirts and onions. Honor Soc. 3,
4: Stamp Plan Clerk 3, 4: Tolo Annual 3, 4 CEditor
432 Girls' Club Comm. 3: Jr. Numerals 3: Hobby Comm.
3: Big Cousins 4. Entered as junior from Queen Anne.
IMATTHEWS, PIERRE CPeteJ-Interests: model air-
planes. Ambition: aeronautical engineer. Model Airplane
Club 1, 2: Football 3.
JFMERLINO, MIKE CMickeyJ-Interests: fishing and
hunting. Ambition: U. S. Army. Basketball 1, 2.
MICHEL, JANE fjaniej-Interests: traveling and music.
Ambition: to drive a fire engine to South America. Honor
Soc. 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Stamp Plan Clerk 3: Girls' Club
Rep. 3: Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 4. Entered as Junior from
Paul W. Wood ll9l7l
The clippings about Paul W. Wood in the Alumni Scrapbooks
kept by Miss Chambers and her committee tell of an interesting
He attended the U. of W. for three years, then went to the
New York and graduated from Columbia in 1920. From 1920-23
he was head of the educational work in a large New York Pres-
byterian Church with seventeen men under him and two private
secretaries. In 1924 he was taking a law course at Columbia
University. In 1925, following a motorcycle accident, he had
accepted a position with a Trade Journal: later that year he was
connected with a New York Dry Goods Economist firm. During
his years in New York he met and married the granddaughter
of the late W. P. Fuller of the Fuller Paint Co. They returned
to San Francisco where he secured a position with the paint
He is now president of the Paul W. Wood Company, Paint,
Raw Materials and Chemicals, in San Francisco. He writes: "In
my small sphere, I've sincerely tried to apply some of the
Christian principles of fairness and justice in business. I have
run my company on a profit-sharing basis for some fourteen
years. The Golden Rule is not only right but profitable. We now
have oiiices and warehouses in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Port-
land, and Seattle. The manufacturers we represent are the largest
and most outstanding in our line of work. I have surrounded
myself with men of character and ability. Our business is grow-
ing: it's hard work, but we get along together wonderfully and
have lots of fun."
MILLER, MARILYN-Specialty: men. Ambition: to be
President of U. S. A. Girls' Club Players 1: Turnout
1, 3: Honor Soc. 2: Class V.-Pres. 3: V.-Pres. Inter-
School Council 3: Quaker Maids 4: V.-Pres. Girls' Club 4.
MILLER, ROBERT EDWIN 1Bob1-Interests: fishing,
boating. Ambition: to own a truck line to Montana.
MITCHELL, DICK 1Dickie1-Specialty: skiing. Inter-
ests: musical instruments. Ambition: officer in the Mer-
chant Marine. Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
MONDSCHEIN, LARRY-Interests: horseback riding.
Ambition: lawyer. Debate 1, 2: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Quill
and Scroll 3, 4: Sports Editor Tolo Weekly 4: Yell
MOORE, PAT 1Minerva1-Interests: dancing, Rainbow
Girls. Ambition: to be a teacher. Stamp Club 1: Ice Pen-
guins 1: Big Cousins 3: Quaker Maids 3: P.-T. A. Tea
Comm. 3: Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 4: Honor Soc. 4.
"'MURRAY, DALE-Interests: hunting, fiddling around
with a model. Ambition: doctor. Track 3. Entered as
Junior from Sunnyside High.
NATION, CHILCOTT 1Chilly1-Interests: experiment-
ing with radio and electronics. Ambition: to be a radio
engineer. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Senior Band 2: Movie Club
3. Entered as Sophomore from Overlake High.
NEWTON, DICK 1Newt1-Interests: magic, dramatics,
baseball. Baseball Mgr. 1: Assembly Plays 2, 3, 4: Oper-
etta 2, 3: Assembly Comm. 4.
NIEDERLE, TILLIE 1Ickfaneud1e Gargans'noff1-
Ambition: fashion designer. Spanish Club 1, 2: Turnout
1: Tusitala Club 2, 3 1V.-Pres. 31: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4:
Student Sponsor 2, 3: Girls' Club Favor Comm. 2, 3:
Girls' Club Refreshment Comm. 2: Co-Chr. Girls' Club
NIGRO, BARBARA 1Bobbe1-Ambition: musician and
housewife. Band Concert 1, 3: Operetta 1, 2: Asst. Libr.
Girls' Band 2: Libr. Orchestra 2: Libr. Girls' Band 3:
Corr. Sec. Girls' Band 4: Efiic. Mgr. Girls' Glee Club 4:
Talent Assembly 4.
NOWITZKI, LEO L, 1Nitz1-Interests: music. Ambi-
tion: to leam to dance. Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4.
OLSON, EILEEN-Interests: collecting sheet music.
Ambition: nurse. Entered as Senior from Longview,
Captain William A. Feek 119141, whose son Bill
Feek, Jr., was also a Franklin graduate 1in 19421 and
is now in service, has provided us the following list
of Franklinites on the Seattle Police Force: Capt.
Ted Ahner 119201:Lieutenants C. L. Harriott 119171,
P. M. Hughes 119261, F. O. Lungdahl 119231, F. L.
Carter 119241, R. M. English 119161, C. A. Morrison
119191, Sergeant V. T. Warford: Patrolmen Alvin
Svarz 119361, R. J. Fleig 119351, J. H. Lee, Fred E.
Lipke 119361, Gaetano Massie 119301, Don J. McKay
119281, R. E. Barto 119341, J. A. Bergin, T. P. Carle-
ton 119261, M. C. Nelson 119271, L. I. Newton 119271,
W. M. O'Brien 119301, J. A. Perry 119301, and A. W.
Seth 119311. The following Franklin police officers
are in military service: C. P. Buckley 119291 USCG:
A. F. Drovetto, USN: and Mike Napoli 119391 USA.
Eleanor Engstrom Lewis 119371 is stenographer in
the Junior Safety Division of the Police Department.
The Marvin Burkes
M. E. Burke 119305 and his wife Grace Hamilton
Burke C1930J were in the food business on Rainier
Avenue for ten years. Since then he has organized
and is a member of the firm of Sportcaster Company,
exclusive manufacturers of rainwear and govern-
ment coldweather clothing.
PALLIS, GEORGE CPapadopalasJ-Interests: the sights
on First Ave. Intramurals 1, 2: Basketball 3.
WPASCHAL, SHIRLEY fTorchyJ-Interests: sports,
dancing. Ambition: secretary. Study Checker 1, 2, 3, 4:
Library Helper 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2:
Girls, Band 4.
PEDERSEN, DONALD tDonD - Interests: painting,
boats, sports. Ambition: commercial artist. Aviation
Club 1. Intramural Basketball 2.
PERKINS, LILLIAN fDickieJ-Interests: music. Am-
bition: interior decorator. Banking Comm. 1: Roll Rep.
1, 2, 3: Stamp Comm. 1, 2, 3: Office Staff 2, 3, 4: Span-
ish Club 2, 3: Big Cousins 4.
YPERRY, DAVID-Interests: science, sports. Ambition:
doctor. Football 1, 2.
PFLUGHAUPT, DON CFly Lopj-Interests: hunting,
skiing. Ambition: marry a rich woman or be an engineer.
Entered as Sophomore from Cleveland.
PINGER, EDITH CEdeej-Interests: sports. Ambition:
U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps. Stamp Plan Clerk 1: Glee Club
1: Commercial Club 1: Basket Clerk 2, 3: Lunchroom
Comm. 2: Study Hall Checker 3, 4: Big Cousins 4: Nurses'
PINYAN, PEGGY tPin-Headj-Interests: dancing. ice
skating, bowling, basketball. Ambition: to become an
actress. Senior Play 4.
PLUMB, MARJORIE QMidgej-Interests: music, writ-
ing, camping out. Ambition: doctor. Honor Soc. 2, 3. 42
Tolo Annual 2, 3 tEditor 35: Tusitala Club 2, 3: Girls'
Club Comm. Chr. 3. 4: Treas. Class 4: Tolo Weekly 4:
Glee Club Libr. 4: Student Sponsor 4: Courtesy Book-
YPRATT, BILL fWillyJ-Interests: sailing. Ambition:
lawyer. Pres. Class 1, 4: Operetta 2: Football Z, 3, 4:
Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4 tPres. 43: Assembly Plays 3, 4: Stand-
ards Comm. 3.
PROVINE, SALLY CProJ-Interests: skiing, swimming.
Ambition: travel. Girls' Club Office 1: Roll Rep. 1:
Turnout 1: Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4 CTreas. 31: Honor
Soc. 2, 3, 4: Student Sponsor 2, 3: Tusitala Club 2, 3:
Big Cousins 3: Girls' Club Comm. 3: Pres. of Girls'
QUERRY, MARION-Interests: pottery, skiing. Ambi-
tion: to place in a swim meet. Tennis Turnout 4. Entered
as Senior from Boise High.
"'RAATZ, CHARLES fRatsJ - Interests: sports. Am-
RECCHI. DOROTHY CDottieJ-Interests: skiing, danc-
ing. Ambition: to have a career. Make-Up Corps 1: Roll
Rep. 2: Big Cousins 2, 3, 4: P.-T. A. Tea Comm. 4.
"'RECCHIO, HILDA-Interests: dancing, letter writ-
ing. Ambition: housewife.
RICHARDS, JAMES Cjeepj-Specialty: sports. Ambi-
tion: forest ranger. Entered as Freshman from Black
"'RIESE, RAYMOND fRayJ-Interests: music, stamps.
Ambition: to attend U. of W. Vaudeville 1: Operetta
l, 2: Honor Soc. 2: French Club 4.
RIGGAN, GRADY-Interests: riding, drawing, swim-
ming. Ambition: commercial artist. Entered as Senior
from West Seattle.
WRITCHIE, DICK-Interests: skiing, swimming, women.
Ambition: aviation, Ski Team and Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Foot-
ball Mgr. 1: Golf Team 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4:
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4.
ROBINSON, FRANCES CFrannyJ-Interests: painting.
Ambition: to play tennis. Roll Rep. 3, 4: Girls' Club
Comm. Chr. 4.
ROCKEY, COSMO CRockeyj-Interests: cars, hunting.
Third team Football l.
ROGNLIEN, ALFRED-Interests: photography. Ambi-
tion: business man. Entered as Sophomore from Cleve-
"'RUNDLE, HERB CGrumblej-Interests: track, Hi-Y.
Track 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Boys' Club
Treas. 4: Intramural Track 2, 3: Color Guard 4.
RUSSO, MARIO CMarJ-Specialty: food. Interests:
football, photography. Ambition: to enter U. of W. Tolo
S E N I 0 R S
Baseball 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4.
SAND, EDWARD CEdD-Specialty: basketball. Ambi-
tion: engineer. Dislikes: pixie glasses. Basketball 1, 2
3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: CSec. 41: Lettermen's Club 3. 4.
SANDLAND, GOLDIE-Interests: singing. Ambition:
to be a nurse. Entered- as Senior from Los Angeles.
SANTERRE, BERNICE tBeaD-Interests: skating. Am-
bition: stenographer. Entered as junior from Sultan
SAUNDERS, IRENE Cjimmy Leel-Specialty: dancing,
singing. Ambition: physical education teacher. Girls
Club Comm. Chr. 4.
SCHIRMAN, JERRY CRedJ-Specialty: cornet, piano.
Ambition: music teacher. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Club Players 1: Girls' Band 2, 3. 4.
SCHORR, MARILYN-Interests: dancing, swimming.
Ambition: secretary. Make-up Corps 1: Bank Clerk 1,
Roll Rep, 2: Tolo Weekly 4.
SCISM, MERRY CDoodle-doj--Specialty: jitterbug-
ging. Ambition: secretary. Dislikes: Mt. Baker girls.
Girls' Club Comm. 4. Entered as Sophomore from Bend,
SCOVEL, FERNIE CShortyD-Interests: band. Ambi-
tion: doctor. Honor Soc. 3, 4: Big Cousin Comm. 4: Chr.
Health Comm. 4. Entered as junior from Rapid City,
SEVERSON, JOYCE CRoyJ-Interests: skating, danc-
ing. Ambition: housewife. Entered as Senior from Rush-
SHAW, MARY LOU-Specialty: men. Interests: danc-
ing, skiing. Entered as Senior from Garfield.
SHEDDEN, JANET Cjanj - Interests: Rainbow and
Horizon Clubs. Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Quaker Maids 2,
3, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Bank Clerk 3.
SAMUELS, GEORGE tSamJ-Interests: football, hunt-
ing. Ambition: first class machinist. Football 1, 2, 3, 4'
May We Present . . .
Verne L. Farrow 119411 was prominent
in band activities and organized the "Key-
noters," a dance orchestra. While a cadet
in the Army Air Corps at Utah State College
he led and conducted the Air Corps band.
Later in competition he designed and painted
the class insignia for Squadron-41 at Santa
Ana, California. He later received advanced
training as a bomber pilot. On page 110 will
be found a couple of cartoons which he did
for this book.
The picture of John Hiles looks as if it
were taken in the Arctic but it was taken
in the Middle West when the temperature
was eighteen degrees below zero. He wrote:
"My buddy and I got to be friends on the
line working on P-47's. That's the skull and
crossbones on my jacket. Good luck to all
of you swell girls and boys of Franklin."
No word has been received from Jack now
for several months.
SHIELDS, PATTY-Ambition: secretary. Make-up
Corps 1: Bank Clerk 1: Roll Rep. 3: Tolo Weekly 4.
SIMON, BARBARA CB:-ibsj-Interests: music. Ambi-
tion: musician. Roll Rep. 1: Libr. Girls' Glee Club 1,
2, 3: Band Concert 1, 2, 3: Libr. Girls' Band 2: Treas.
Girls' Band 3: V.-Pres. Girls' Band 4: Operetta 1: Pres.
of Girls' Glee Club 4.
SIMONS, EVA fEviJ-Interests: dogs, dancing, Am-
bition: doctor. Roll Rep. 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Banking
Clerk 2, 3: V.-Pres. Class 2: Girls' Club Decorating
Comm. 3. '
WSITZE, BERMEL-Interests: reading. bowling. Am-
bition: to be a typist. Entered as Freshman from Mis-
SIVICH, TOMMY-Interests: archeologY. astronomy,
SLOAN, FRANKLIN CFrankiej-Interests: roller skat-
ing. Ambition: foreign postal clerk. Faculty Library 2:
Big Cousin 2, 3.
SNIPPEN, ARLENE-Interests: Jr. Orthopedic Guild.
Ambition: to be a social worker. Girls' Club Chr. 4.
Entered as Junior from Queen Anne.
SNOPE. LUCIA CLewJ-Interests: music, cooking.
Choir 2: Libr. Choir 2: Girls' Band 3.
SPELLMAN, DEL CSpotj--Interests: hunting. Ambi-
tion: forest ranger. Band 1, 2. 3, 4 CPres. 45.
STEEVES FLORENE Tootsj-Specialty sewin .In-
. C I 8
terests: music, swimming. Ambition: designer.
STEVENS, BETSY fStevieJ-Interests: collecting min-
iatures. Tolo Weekly 4. Entered as junior from Sumner,
STILLMAKER, DOLORES-Interests: swimming, pho-
tography. Operetta 1, 2: Quaker Maids 2, 3: Honor Soc.
2, 4: Camera Club 2: Tolo Annual Staff Photographer 2:
Roll Rep. 4: Turnout 4.
Above we see Bill Ware 419322 who is with the
Medical Corps oversea: Clive Wienker 09431: and
Cpl. Nicholas C. Nelson C1939D, in the Amphibian
Engineers, somewhere in the Pacific area. Bill's
sister Kathleen was a February graduate. Clive has
written many letters to Mr. Evatt telling of his
F? 'R 1
Here we present Lester E. Sanders 119411 CM3!C
serving with the 91st Naval Seabees somewhere in
the Pacific: Richard Yazzolino Cl94OD with the Army
Medical Corps in the European theater: and Bill
Wraith C1942J, Fireman 1!C, who works in the inter-
communication shops repairing telephones and
STOOPS, MARGARET-Interests: art, crafts, dancing.
Ambition: costume designer. Basket Clerk 2.
STRONS, PETERS - Specialty: cooking. Interests:
photography, woodburning. Hi-Y 3, 4 CChaplain 45: Let-
terimen's Club 3: 2nd Team Baseball 3: lst Team Foot-
bal 3, 4.
STROUD, MARDEN-Interests: boating, woodwork-
ing. Ambition: dairy farmer. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4.
STUDLEY, LILA-Interests: ice skating, dancing. Am-
bition: secretary. Tolo Staff 3: Cultural Arts Chr. 3:
Guidance Clerk 4: Chr. Big Cousins 4.
SULAK, ANTOINETTE CToniJ -Interests: skiing,
sailing, Hoaloa. Ambition: fashion designer. Make-up 3,
4: Girls' Club Players 3: Pres. of Choir 3. Entered as
Sophomore from Renton High.
"SULLIVAN, LAVER CLiverJ-Interests: women, cars.
Ambition: Army. Ice Penguins 2, 3, 4.
SUSNAR, GEORGE-Interests: sports. Ambition: engi-
neer. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: 2nd Team Basket-
ball 3: lst Team Basketball 4: Hi-Y 4.
SWANSON, ART R. CSwedej--Interests: travel.
YTALBOTT. BILL-Interests: skiing. Ski Team 2, 3:
Honor Soc. 3, 4: lst Team Football 3, 4: lst Team Ten-
nis 3: V.-Pres. Boys' Club 4. Entered as Sophomore from
TARLSON, AUDREY-Interests: dancing. swimming.
Ambition: air hostess. Glee Club 1: Roll Rep. 1: Honor
Soc. 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2,: Vaudeville 1: Tusitala Club 2:
Sec. Class 3.
TAYLOR, ELEANOR- Interests: horseback riding.
Ambition: dietitian. Banking Clerk 1: Library Helper
2: Lunchroom Cashier 3: Girls' Club Players 3: Choir 4:
Glee Club 4.
THEDA, KATHERINE fKathrina Theldal-Interests:
dramatics. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 3:
Assembly Players 2. Entered as Sophomore from Queen
THERIAULT, JEAN-Interests: dancing, shows. Am-
bition: college. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4,
Commercial Club 1: Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 4.
'Tl-IOMSEN, BETTY 1BetsJ-Interests: tennis, swim-
ming, badminton. Ambition: secretary.
TILNER, JACK-Likes: history. Mgr. Track 33 Mgr.
Football 4: Lunchroom Helper 4.
TODD, COLLEEN-Interests: dancing, music, travel.
Ambition: travel through U. S. and South America. Girls'
Club Comm. 35 Girls' Club Rep. 4: Study Hall Ass't. 3, 4.
TRAYER, BONNIE QGayJ-Specialty: singing, Inter-
ests: race problems, Ambition: to move to California.
Entered as junior from Wyoming.
TURNER, HARRIET QI-Iarryj--Specialty: skating. In-
terests: collecting pictures. Ambition: secretary or
Navy nurse. '
VANNINI, DONNA- Specialty: dancing. Interests:
sailing, eating. Ambition: Ballet Theatre. Vaudeville lg
Operetta 1: French Club 2. 3: Tolo Weekly 4.
VAN WYCK, CAROL- Interests: Junior Orthopedic
Guild, dancing. Athletics lg Tolo Annual 2, 4: Spanish
Club 2: Office Helper 3: War Bond Comm. 3: Social Serv-
ice Rep. 4.
VERGINIA, ANNA MARIE CReJ-Interests: dramatics.
Ambition: learn to swim. French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Horizon
Club 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 4.
VIELE, REBECCA fBeckyj-Interests: horseback rid-
ing. Ambititon: get married. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Oper-
etta 2: Comm. Chr. 4: Big Cousin Comm. 4: French
WALSH, JIM-Interests: fishing, duck-hunting. Ambi'
tion: ranching on a small scale. Intramural Basketball
1: Service Comm. 2.
"WARD, MELVIN-Interests: girls, ice skating. Ambi-
tion: radio operator. Jr. Safety Patrol 1, 2: 3rd Team
Football 2: 2nd Team Football 3.
P-is W qs' si fi.: .
YWARNER, OLIVE CRipj-Specialty: cooking. Inter-
ests: horses, collecting poor-work slips. Ambition: to
catch a school bus on time. Operetta 1: Orchestra 2.
WATSON, WARREN-Interests: hiking, traveling. Am-
bition: to travel. Entered as Freshman from Ellison
WEBER, LEONA CPasslioJ-Specialty: ballroom danc-
ing. Interests: menu collecting. Ambition: to be a good
WEISS, LORRAINE fRayniJ - Interests: sketching.
Spanish Club 1, 2: Tolo Weekly 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3:
Girls' Club Favors Comm. Chr. 2: Girls' Club Comms.
2, 3, 4: Tusitala Club 2, 3 CSec. 39: Student Sponsor 2,
3, 4 CChr. 43: Scrapbook Comm. 3, 4.
WESTOFF, JEAN fjeanniej-Ambition: secretary in
Washington, D. C. Girls' Club Players 1: Tusitala Club
2: Spanish Club 2: Girls' Club Honor Soc. Chr. 3: Honor
"WHITE, FRED-Specialty: stamps. Ambition: Air
Corps. Dislikes: school.
WHITE, NANCY-Ambition: to live in Nome. Oiiice
Helper 1: Roll Rep. 1, 2, 3: Girls' Club Comm. 3: Recrea-
tional Survey Comm. 3: Tolo Annual 3, 4: Big Cousins
4: Stage Force 4: Girls' Club Program Co-Chr. 4.
WHITEHOUSE, LUGENIA 1LugieD-Interests: music
and swimming. Ambition: journalist. Roll Rep. 1: Turn-
out 1: Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4 CTreas 45: Vaudeville 1:
Honor Soc. 2: V.-Pres. Glee Club 3: Girls' Club Comm.
Chr. 3: Cultural Arts Chr. 4: Tolo Weekly 4.
WHITLOCK, SARAH-Interests: buying new clothes.
Roll Rep. 1, 2: Glee Club 1: Vaudeville 1: Gym Oliice
WIDRIG, CAROL-Interests: music. Glee Club 1, 2: Sr.
Orchestra 1: Tusitala Club 1: Girls' Band 2: Choir Z:
Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 4.
'WIDRIG, JACK-Interests: outdoor life. Ambition:
forestry. Basketball 1, 2: Stamp Club 1: Anglers' Club
2, 3, 4: Varsity Tennis 3, 4 CCapt. 41.
WIDRIG, RALPH fwoodyj-Interests: sports, science.
Ambition: Fish and wildlife service. Dislikes: history.
Anglers' Club 2, 3, 4.
We Proudly Present . . .
COMMANDER ALAN G. GRANT, 1920, one of the owners of the
George Grant Optical Company of Seattle, was actively asso-
ciated with the Seattle Battalion of the U.S.N.R. for twenty
years. He was called to active duty in 1940, had command of a
mine sweeper in Puget Sound, was executive oflicer on a de-
stroyer in the Alaskan campaign, has commanded an amphibious
destroyer in the South Pacific and a destroyer patrolling in the
Pacific. He received a citation and Silver Star Medal from Ad-
miral Halsey for gallantry in the New Georgian Campaign in
1943. His son Gordon is a Sophomore at Franklin this year and
he has another son, Bob.
COLONEL CHARLES RAU, 1924, is in command of the Seventh
Armed Group somewhere in Holland. He was graduated from
West Point in 1929. He was Art Editor of the Tolo while in
school here and later Art Editor of the Howitzer, yearbook at
West Point. After graduation from West Point he was stationed
first in California, then for three years in Manilla, and for seven
years in the lirst Tank Unit, working under General Patton, at
Ft. Benning, Georgia, and later in the European Theater. He
was in command of an Armored Tank Battalion in the second
convoy sent to North Africa in 1942. He has served in twelve
different countries in the European Campaign. He received the
Soldiers' Medal for meritorious service as Group Commander
in France, Belgium, and Holland. His wife and son live in Cali-
fornia. His parents reside in Rainier Valley and his mother,
Mrs. John F. Rau, is a former Franklin P.T.A. President. His
sister Julia L. Rau, 1927, has been in government work the
past three years.
WIESERT, KENNY CLuceJ -Interests: photography,
dancing. Ambition: aeronautical engineer. Entered as
junior from High-Line High School.
WILKS, BETTIE 1BetJ-Interests: dogs, swimming.
Ambition: "to make fudge I don't have to drink." Rollers
1: Girls' Band 3.
WILLIAMS, KEN-Ambition. radio operator on a sub-
marine. Football 2, 4: Track 3.
WWILLIAMS, MARGARET QPeggyj-Interests: swim-
ming, ice skating. Ambition: stenographer.
WOLD, BETTY lBetl-Interests: driving a car. Ambi-
tion: nurse. Quaker Maids 2, 3, 43 Turnout 2, 3, 4. En-
tered as Sophomore from Minnesota.
WOODWARD, DOUGLAS-Interests: boating. Ambi-
tion: aviation mechanic. Entered as Sophomore from
WRASPIR, FRANKLIN-Specialty: resting. Interests:
Fishing, hiking. Ambition: medical school. Intramural
YAGER, FRANK-Interests: gas models. Ambition:
pilot. Entered as Junior from Glendale High.
YOUDENE, JOAN Uoannej-Interests: collecting rec-
ords, horseback riding. Study B Checker lg French Club
1, 2: Roll Rep, 2: Girls' Club Comm. 3: Numeral Comm. 3.
YOUNG, ROY CTubbyj-Interests: hunting, fishing. Spe-
cialty: sleeping. Ambition: Marine.
ZAKNICI-I, Doreen fDodyJ-Interests: ice skating, work-
ing. Ambition: secretary.
George F. Myers 09415 sent
us this picture from Camp Le-
jeune, North Carolina, where he
was in officer training for the
Marines. He attended the Uni-
versity of Washington for three
years, where he was on the Rose
Bowl team with Jack Tracy
119401, now a Lieutenant in the
Marine Corps, and Jim McCurdy
U.S.N.R.O.T.C. who recently re-
ceived this year's sport "Man of
the Year" award.
R. S. CBobJ Pike 119403 re-
ceived his B. A. degree from
Whitman College and graduated
from Midshipmen's School at
Northwestern University. Now
an Ensign, he is on active duty
in the Paciiic.
Faculty in Service
Pictured is Kiah
now a Major in the
Army: he has been sta-
tioned at Ft. Lewis.
Other teachers who left
Franklin for service in-
clude Burke Inslow,
history teacherg Lt.
Comdr. Norman Walk-
er, who after being sta-
tioned for many months
in Rhode Island, re-
cently visited school on
his way to a Pacific as-
signment: and Lt.
Comdr. Harvey Lan-
man, former football
coach, now on the
BARTON, CLARE-Interests: piano, collecting music
books. Ambition: dressmaker.
DOMES, BOB-Specialty: playing in dance bands. In-
terests: music, dancing. Ambition: song writer. Band 1,
2, 3, 4: Yell Team 2, 3.
FLETCHER, KATHERINE CKathyJ-Interests: danc-
ing. Ambition: to get a job. A
JOHNSON, ELWIN-Interests: aviation, dancing on
Skates. Ambition: engineering. Track 1: Jr. Band 2: Band
LOUIE, PEARL K.-Interests: music, sports. Ambition:
2:0 enter college. Honor Soc. 2, 35 Bank Rep. 23 French
MECARTEA, CHARLIE-Interests: stamp collecting,
farm life. Ambition: doctor. Likes: good food. Dislikes:
MELLOR, EVELYN fEveJ-Interests: interior deco-
rating, dancing. Ambition: interior decorator. Dislikes:
RADWILL, IRENE fDocJ-Interests: swimming, horse-
back riding. Ambition: stenographer. Stage Force 2.
ROBERTS, BARBARA QBobbieJ-Interests: collecting
snap shots, roller skating. Ambition: choir director. Or-
chestra lg Choir 25 Student Director Choir 3.
NOTE: At the time that this section was prepared the
students in this panel had not been accredited for June
graduation. They intend to ga to Summer School il
THIS IS TO introduce the juniors, or, if some of the members of the class prefer, the Seniors
of 1946. We'd really like to get acquainted and there's no better way of starting than by
meeting the officers. We have the distinction of being the only class with two presidents.
jean Cameron, who held the office during the first semester, became a Senior and passed
her job on to Angelo Merlino. Until then he had done a super-job as vice-president. Barbara
Gove records all the minutes and Gene Wilson holds the keys to the treasury. Miss Kuehn
is our class adviser, and confidentially we think she's "tops." But on to the other outstanding
Basketball is first and in the middle of it all you'll easily spot Bill Lee and Lawrence
McCartney. Bill made first team when he was a Sophomore and gave hoop fans plenty of
thrilling moments. And looking back on the line of scrimmage of the football season we
see Jim McCallum, Lawrence McCartney Cthat boy gets aroundj, Tom McCurdy, Gene
Wilson, and John Hill giving their all for Franklin. Tom couldn't finish the season because
of an injury received in one of the earlier games, and we lost a really good player. Hand in
hand with sports go those snappy cheer leaders who give their all to make school spirit
something to be heard. Joe Smith, a member of our class, is one of the four. And not to be
forgotten is Angelo Merlino who has received a lot of recognition and credit for being head
manager, the man behind the men that play the game. The juniors really shine during the
baseball season, being represented by such dashing players as Jerry Marks and john Hill.
Our outstanding claim to fame, however, is found in that much talked about band, the
Aristocrats of Swing. Marvin Thomas, the ex-leader of the Aristocrats, is often referred
to as the Harry James of Franklin for obvious reasons. Johnny Ellis, present leader, doubles
on the ivories and the trumpet, and who's complaining? Al Powers and Ted Whiting can
be found anytime making sweet music on their saxophones.
Many of the colorful posters and art displays on the first floor are contributions of Edith
Hollinshead. Carol Louvier is a well-known figure on the Tolo Weekly staff. Mary
McConihe is remembered for her very original rendition of Clementine in one of those
marvelous talent assemblies. Eileen Eubank does all right on the intellectual side and David
.Black was Sophomore class Prexy last year as well as winner of the Upton Oratorical Con-
test the year before. These are just a few of our well-known classmates and we're justly
proud of them all. But no class would be quite complete without a certain touch of glamour.
This is ably supplied by Jane Bannick, Delores Culbertson, Blanche Eisinga, and Barbara
Wethope you've enjoyed meeting some of us and be sure to keep an eye on our class be-
cause we're planning even bigger and better things for next year.
Albert Paul Bloss
Malcolm Hume M9435 Meno Martino Don Perkins B1llHendricks Bob Bernhard H9433
Shirley Jeanne Dunn
Angelo Borracchini Dmo Borracchini Hamilton CI-Iam3 Burbank Rideout Denny Glralmo Nick Giralmo
119423 419403 Rideout 119333 C19333 119403
U. S. Infantry Seabees U S N C19413 Cpl U S Army Pfc Army Air Corps
Billie Rae Kennon
Lois Le May
Stewart Barker C19-133 Cliff Barker 119333 Walter james Q19423 Les Yates C19413 Bob Pacquer H9403
Second Lieutenant Bob Pacquer, Bombadier Navigator, was one of seven distinguished students who received
special engraved wings
Marjorie E. Thompson
Marjorie M. Thompson
THE POOR Sophomore Class! We're low underclassmen to the Juniors and Seniors. We're
hounded by teachers and snubbedQ?j by the girls. Although we work and drill all day, no
honor and glory come our way. But where would our school be without the Sophomore
Class? Many of our members sweat on the football Held, training to furnish finished meat
for our athletic machine. Some are behind the scenes studying dramatics, as they miss the
nail. fMany misses of that nail and they're liable to say something not learned in high school
dramaticsj Still others work to help bring you music from the best high school band in the
city. More are taking five subjects, turning out for sports, working after school or doing all
three in an effort to serve our school and company and to prepare a place for themselves in
the p0St-War world.
There are Ray Senior in footballg Ronny McKeown in basketballg glamorous Joyce Ban-
nisterg handsome Jim Grahamg Ann Stewart, who's a Writer, our hard-working Tom
Armitageg brilliant Bessie Louieg Arnold fjoining the "rinks"j Lyshall live-wire Jean
Nazeg Jim Slausonilig and even such as "skipper" Tony QAnonymous.j
After these introductions now comes the worst: we've got to meet the officers who
represent this class. First we have President Gene Graham-I can't say much about him as
I don't know him "well" enough. Vice-President Hugh Ghormley-fine personality and
equally as fine a grade-maker. Secretary Joyce Lavender-A-plus personality and also a
whiz at a quiz. Treasurer Norma Moorman- and need we say more?
Next, in the "soft" spot, we End Miss Jardine. As our adviser she gets all the credit for
any mistakes we make. Seriously, though, she is more than up to any job and always comes
smiling through. I can truly say I'm glad to have such a "swell" adviser.
As to our activities you need but look at the record of our members. Their collective
prowess is what counts. We will have our annual party as usual and it promises to be really
good. In closing I'd like to say for myself, for Miss Jardine, and for the officers that we're
really proud to represent such a promising class.
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Barrett, Becker, Bell, Bench. Berk, Bickford, Bishop, Boley Browne, Buchanan, Burke, Burr, Casal, Casal, Chandler, Chetlain
Anschell. Armitage, Bailey, Baird, Bannister. Barber. Barry Boyd, Bradshaw. Bragg, Braseth, Brisky, Brock. Brown, Brown
Adams, Aleck, Alexander. Andersen. Anderson Badolato, Blakeney. Blanchard, Boll, Box
Dahlen. D3rrOW. Deretick. Dinlarf. Dixon. Dow. Dudley. Duily Ferrell, Fesler, Fiscus, Fischer, Fiorito. Flanigan, Fogelherg, Fletcher
Corthell. Commisso. Crafts, Criswell, Crace, Dean. Curulla Edgar, Edler, Elton, Elam, Engle, Engel, Ericksen, Erwin
Charles. Chase, Christophersen, Clarke. Clapp Duncan, Duvall. Eastey, Eastey, Eastcrbrook
In addition to officers featured elsewhere in the book, we
salute the following, many of whom have undoubtedly ad-
vanced in rank: Colonel Frank S. Townsend 091755 Lieuten-
ant Colonels Herbert D. Nice 09215 and Walker W. Milner
092453 Lieutenant Commanders Walter Fallon 09295, Allen
john 09195, Dave Norton 09345, and Elmer S. Yates 09345 3
Majors John M. Coffin 09325, Roy W. Gustafson 09305,
Dan Sedgwick 09365, Emory C"Ham"5 Stanley 09215, and
Richard Thorgrimson 092553 Captains Stanley Brogren
09245. Henry F. Coon, Richard Dunn, Arthur G. Hough
09385, Robert Hayes 09255, Walter A. Kind, Frank A. Laz-
zeroni 09385, John Murray 09265, Robert C. Royce 09345,
Glenn Russell 09365, Allen Sherman 09355, and John Paul
Taylor 09265. We regret that space does not permit us to
tell about each of these. There are undoubtedly other alumni
of equally high rank whose names have not been reported to us.
Griebler, Green, Gruenefeldt, Gunner, Hall, Hansen, Hamilton Hubbard, Hudi, Huntington. Hurt, Husby, Hutsell, Illes, Jacobs
Gaskin, Gholson, Ghormley, Graham, Graham, Grant, Grant Henderson, Hendrickson, Hill, Hilling, Hoague, Holt, Hover
Fournier. Frame, Frazier. Freyberg, Frost Hansen, Hanson, Harrison, Heald, Heckenliable
Kiel, Knowles, Knowles, Kotlow, Kramer, Krois, Kusak, Lavender Lyons. MacGilvra, McCain, McIntyre, McKay, McCain, McKeown
Johnston, Jones, Jorgensen. Keeile. Kennedy, Kinnard, Kinney MCKMOP
Jennings Jensen Jensen Johnson Johnson Lonner, Long, Lovelace. Lewis, Lyshall, Lynch, Lyen
Lefaver. Levinson, Lloyd-Young, Louie, Loven
Kenneth R. Bissett 119375, Irwin Blumenfeld 119265, GOD BLS 55 QUR HOME
George W. Brown 119415, John R. 1Dick5 Christofferson
119365, Morris B. Cook 119405, Jack M. Crich 119395, Doug-
las H. Dean 119365, Wilbur Dearborn 119385, Quentin De
Boer 119395, Bernard Dixon 119415, William P. Ellis 119375,
William M. Fagan 119415, Arthur G. Fallon 119365, Frank
Friedman 119385, Jim Graham 119415, Robert Greene 119305,
Arthur E. Hall 119425, Homer Hadley 119395, Walter C. Hin-
man 119375, Al Hoelting 119365, Fred Hoeppner 119365, Leslie C' ,.
L. Houde 119365, Howard A. Houde 119395, Fred Hughes
119365, Albert Hurwith 119155, John Hutsell 119405, Verne
Johnson 119355, Charles Kerr 119365, Howard L. Kleinoeder
119345, Loren A. McIntyre 119345, Neil McIntyre 119365,
Jack Milt 119405, Henry S. Noon 119365, J. H. Oakley 119375,
Don W. Oliver 119385, Raymond Pence 119365, Bob Perry
119405, Robert Ramsey 119295, Clinton Randall 119355,
Walter Reseburg, Jr. 119345, Courtney L. Richardson 119395,
Henry R. Seidelhuber 119345, Don Shay 119415, Clay Spell-
man 119375, Jack Springgate 119415, Eddie J. Stair 119395,
Jack Stallcop 119335, Kenneth Stotlar 119255, Glenn Strand
119435, Walter L. 1Bud5 Thumler 119435, Liberino Tufarolo
119365, Jack Viele 119335, Robert Viele 119395, Bob Wall
119405, Edwin Wallace 119355, James A. Wheeler 119415,
Richard Whiting 119365. .
Morris, Mortensen, Morellato, Monroe, Murphy, Mote, Natelli, Napoli Pendley, Perkins. Phillips, Pierce, Pommer, Poublon, Porter, Potter
Meyers, Martin. Migliore. Miller. Mingo, Miles, Moorman Olsen, Olunvd, Owens, Paulson, Patricelli. Pearce, Peppas
Manley. Marsten, Martin. Matthies. Mears Naze, Newland. Nelson. O'Brien. Oliver
Robbie, Rohn, Romano, Rowe. Rowlands, Russ, Ruiiin, Rylands Sherry, Shoemaker, Shaw, Shedden, Simons, Sims, Swensen, Slauson
Rasmussen. Rathbun, Rasmussen, Restall, Reynolds. Reid, Richards Schreicr. Schlenker. Schwendeman, Semlick. Senior, Shadix. Shelton
Proctor. Prettyman. Price, Peterson, Pacquer Saxby, Salvino. Sacco, Sanden, Sanborn
Lt. Col. Philip William John 119255 landed in Iceland with
the first American occupation in 1941. Since 1942 he has served
in the South Pacific. He recently received a citation from
Headliners for their enviable iiying records are lst Lt.
Edwin E. Wallace 119355, lst Lt. Pat Evans 11940, left5, lst
Lt. William W. Whalen, and Lt. 1J.G.5 Henry S. Noon 119365.
Flying Officer John Newland 119405 has had some interest-
ing experiences in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Tech. Sgt.
Keith P. Mcjunkins has served as radio operator and waist
gunner all the way from Bizerte on the Mediterranean to
India, Thailand, and Cairo. Capt. Willis J. Gary 119265 was
"one of twelve experienced officers who were sent with Que-
zon 1from the Philippines5 to Australia at the time of the
fall of Bataanf' Chief Phar. Mate Tom G. Eliadis 119305,
former Seattle druggist, served in the invasions of Africa,
Sicily, Italy, and Normandy.
Lt. George M. Taggart 119205, long a world traveller and
adventurer, has continued his incredible experiences in the
Navy. Recently he has been in charge of the fishing industry
in Saipan waters. What stories he will have to tell!
Stoops, Stroben, Stearns, Stowe, Stahlhut, Sullivan, Sunderland, Taylor Wallace, Ward, Weissenborn, Wells, Wells, White, White, Whitescarver
Stephens, Sperber, Squillace, Stewart, Stiffler, Staley, Strang Vanderpool, Vitulli, Vitro, Waites, Walker, Wagenfuehr, Walker
Smith, Soriano. Sprague, Sprague, Spaulding Taylor, Tesreau, Thomas, Toppano, Vacca
Wintermote, Yager. Young, Young, Young, Zimmerman Armitage, Avery, Backman, Ball, Baldwin, Baumann, Bearwood
Williams, Williams, Withrow, Williams, Williams, Perry Anderson, Anderson. Anderson, Anderson, Angell, Antes
Whitlock, Widrig, Wiesert. White Aadland, Adams, Alde, Aleinikoff, Allen, Allyn, Altmayer
Teachers , r
. T L X BB
Dr. John Corbally 09145, Prof. of Education at the U.g XNNDV ,Y ,
Dr. Verne Ray 09245, Asst. Prof. of Anthropology at the U.g W .
Dr. Echo Pepper 09165, mathematics professor, Al Ulbrick- 000 Q,
son 09215, rowing coachg Ruth Stewart Mitchell 09235 and
Marjorie Pidduck 09205, journalism teachers at Broadway
and Lincoln, john Kerr 09245, dramatics coach at Lincoln,
now studying at Pasadena Playhouseg Donald Hoyt 09225
and Parker Cook 09235, music teachersg Ed Hasselblad
09295, Boys' Adviser at Broadway: Bill Maginnis 09215,
P. E. teacher at Cleveland and his brother Dave 09335, who
is in the Navyg Donald Laizure 09385, who taught English
at Wenatchee, now Personnel Sgt. Major in the Armyg Pan-
tella Engel 09285, taking her Ph.D. in music at Radcliffe:
Helen Quigley 09195g Sheldon Brooks 092153 Zoe Smith
09355, teacher at Roosevelt and National Badminton Cham-
piong Elizabeth Poor 09205, Art Teacher at Lincolng Mar-
garet Raine 09195, teacher at Clevelandg Elizabeth Delduca
091955 John V. Fordon 09265, U. of W.g Eugene Griffin
09275, of Griffin-Murphy Business Collegeg George Raynor
091353 Byron Marshall 09275: Virginia Olson 094359 Dr.
Burton M. Castner 09155, clinical psychologist in Californiag
Dr. Horace Williston 09155, English Professor at the muni-
cipal junior college in Chicago: Nobutaka Ike, teaches
Japanese to servicemen at Boulder, Colorado: Yuri Ike is
going to school at Greeley, Colorado, where she has a secre-
LIKE BABY CHICKS a new brood of Freshmen were seen wandering about the halls. The
high school system was new and strange to us and we felt rather bewildered. We all went
through the regulation Frosh miseries, and it will be nice, when we become big upperclass-
men, to look down on the next batch of new arrivals.
Of course we feel like old veterans now and have slipped into the Franklin routine easily.
We have enthusiastically entered many of the activities such as assemblies and sports, and
quite a few of our own members have participated in them. Our super-talent, previewed in
some assemblies, was supplied by Heartha Kosin, who is really going places on the piano,
Marilyn Ives, who danced in the talent show, Alice Hammer, a member of Franklin's new
trio, and many others.
Early this year after some rousing speeches we elected our Freshman officers. Here are the
ones we chose: President, Barbara Seniorg Vice-President, jim Myers, Secretary, Nancy
Lee Newtong and Treasurer, David Chestnutt. Barbara and jim tied for first placeg so they
drew straws and Barbara Senior became President.
Already known to some of you is our class adviser, Miss Morris, who has pitched into
the struggle to get the Freshman Class recognized. With some of the students, Miss Morris
has organized a Lunchroom Committee which has been very successful.
Now to get back to our social activities. I tried to select a Romeo for our class out of
our tall, handsome boys but the competition was too keen. Also I probably wouldn't live long
if I tried to pick someone to represent the girls.
But seriously I think
7- , f the Freshman Class is
'W "swell," and although it
f seems like a long way off
Q 3 X .7 we realize that it won't be
' Q long until we become
f Seniors. Our greatest
hope is that by that time
there will be a peaceful
world for all of us.
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NANCY LEE NEWTON. jf
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Brown, Bruck, Brueger, Bryant, Bundy, Buyan, Camerota Clark, Clothier, Cohn, Cohoe, Constable, Colgan, Coluccio, Campagna
Bond. Bowden, Brace. Bradburn, Brice, Briggs Chestnutt, Chinn, Christman, Christopherson, Chun, Churchill, Clancy
Beck, Biel, Binns, Bishop, Blackfield, Blakesley. Blyth Campbell, Carson, Carson, Casey, Cassidy
Dawson, Deady, DeBard, DeBoer, DeFilipps, Demetriou, Diedrich Faille, Falk, Farmer, Farr, Ferris, Fix, Falcon, Faulstich
Daniel, Daugaard, Davidson, Davis, Dahlen, Cupp Eaton, Edmondstone, Egger, Eldringhoif, Emery, Eng, Erickson
Corliss, Covello, Crawford, Croce, Croy Dieter, Didlake, Darnell. Duffy, Eason
Reported Missing in Action or Prisoners of War
Betty Hughes, Freshman, holds the photo of her brother
Albert, prisoner in Germany, and the medal awarded to him.
Other prisoners include: Captain Bert Backstrom 119321, in
the Philippines: Arthur C. Brookins 119141, old-time Seaman,
prisoner at Hongkongg PFC. Louis
Curtis 1in China1, prisonerg Cpl.
George Duncan 119401, interned in
Switzerlandg 2nd Lt. Louis H. Pren-
tice, recipient of air medal and oak
leaf cluster, prisoner in Germanyg
Philip Ross Holdsworth 119271, engi-
neer, and his wife Violet Walsh Holds-
worth, interned in the Philippines: and
Frank Knowles 119381, interned in
Franklinites missing in action in-
clude: Sgt. Daniel F. Callahan, John
Cvitkovich 119421, Melvin Daniel, 2nd
Lt. Ted C. Shaw 119341, lst Lt. Dennis
G. Wales 119401, and Col. Morris F.
Taber 119291. Col. Taber was com-
mander of a medium bomber squadron gf
with Maj. Gen. Claire Chennault's Air '
Force in the Chinese Theater.
Gilchrist, Goins. Gregory, Grenell, Grant, Grandstrom, Gray, Green Haley, Hammer. Hawk, Hawkins, Haynes, Hayum, Heinl, Headrick
Froseth, Frost, Fulton, Gallarno, Gehman, Gelzenlichter, Gibson Groce, Hall, Hall, Hanan, Hall, Hansen, Hamilton
Fischer, Fountain, Franks, Frazer, Fredericks Gowan, Gidlund, Gibbon, Gosset, Grimes
Holt, Hoyle, Harford, Holt, Hren, Hughes, Hughes, Hunt, Hupprich Knox, King, Kovich, Kosin. Kruse, Kukkonen, Laverdure, Lawhead
Hendricks, Herzog, Heston, Hildahl, Hjert, Holt, Holt Jensen, Johnson, Jones. Kaiser. Kelley, Kerber, Kimerer
Heagerty, Heath. Henderson, Hedberg, Helgeson Ives, Jansen, Janusevich, Jay, Jesser
Sons and Daughters
Franklin used to have a Sons and Daughters Club. This
list includes some present students who would be eligible,
M stands for mother, F for father, and B for both:
Don Bearwood CFD, Gloria Sherry CMD, Bob Fix CMD, Ruth
Harman CFD, Pat Mager CBD, Nancy White CMD, Maxine
Williams CBD, Lincoln Erwin CFD, Herbert Staley CMD, Byron
Richardson CMD, Joanne Alexander CMD, Lorrin Carl CBD,
Betty Shelton CBD, Carol Van Wyck CMD, Jerry Mingo CFD,
Bill Heritage CMD, Warren Trepp CMD, Betty Woods CMD,
Katherine Fletcher CMD, John Baker CBD, Pat Hall CMD,
Beverly Blyth CMD, Helen Heston CMD, Joe Hughes CFD,
Laura Cummings CMD, Elaine Endress CMD, Grace Groven
CFD, Angelo Merlino CMD, Mary Hawk CMD, Bill Creevey
CBD, Bobby Bridge CMD, Virginia Carson CBD, Dick Martin
CMD, Paul Edgar CMD, Gerrie Cox CMD, Carol Widrig CMD,
Eleanor Wallick CFD, Barbara de Bard CFD, Marietta Darrow
CMD, Willis Jones CMD, Donald Fitts CFD, Ronald Gibbon CFD,
Harlan Dean CFD, Les Knight CBD, Donald Wells CBD, Jim
Graham CMD, Gordon Grant CFD, Joanne Wagenfuehr CMD,
Ann Overacker CFD, Lee Roy Lorella CMD, Don McGregor
CMD, Bob Simpson CMD, Loren Woods CMD, Alberta Moore
CFD, Don Alexander CMD.
Lumm, Lutgen, Lyon, MacGregor, Mangelsen, Madonna, Marlatt, Meron, Michel, Middleton, Middleton, Miller, Minkema, Mitlevic
Marriott ,gg ' McClung .
Leren, Lewis, Lockwood, Lough, Lovsted, Levitin, Lorella Mclntyre, McGregor, McLean. McMahan, McMullen, Mecartea
Laws, Lakman, Lee, Lee, Lee 2 Mecaftel
Mayhew, McCain, McCoy. McDonald, McDonald
Newbill, Newton, Nickinovich. Olsen. Osburn. Overacker, Owen, ' Rasmussen, Read, Rembaugh, Reynolds, Rice, Richtmyer, Richmond
Paddock ' Richardson
Murphy, Mortensen, Morgan, Murtha, Myers, Napoli, Nelson Povick, Pierson, Pilo, Potter, Prettyman, Ramaglia, Ramsey
Monson, Moore, Moore, Moork, Morrison Paige, Pearmain, Peabody, Peterson, Pollard
e In Business
John Milner 119175, manager of Washington Athletic Club
Garage, George Plant 119295, personnel manager for Safe-
way Stores, Lowell Kuebler 119245, vice-president of Seattle
First National Bank, Phil Fahey 119235, proprietor of Fahey-
Brockman, Douglas Wallace 119165, manager of Graybar
Electric Company in Pennsylvania, Westwood Wallace
119165, with Shell Oil Co .in California, Lester Farmer 119155,
Credit Manager for Union Oil, George Rogge 119185, local
potato broker, Harold Philbrick 119255, officer of First Na-
tional Bank, Lloyd Baird 119275, Vice-President of Henry
Broderick Co., Loren S. Pearce 119215, head of L. S. Pearce
and Co., Frank West 119205, president, and Robert S. West
119215, vice-president of Preservative Paint Co., Bob Mc-
Namara 119215, owner of drug store at Mt. Baker center, Ber-
nice M. Downie 119145, agency director for New York Life in
Portland and Walter Medica, with the same company in Van-
couver, B. C., Al Moore 119245, Horist at Dahlialand, Louis
Neuss 119275, operator of Seattle Floral Co., George Neuss
119295 boat builder, Joseph Lewis 119165, in the logging
business and his daughter Jeanette 119395, working at Seattle
Trust and Savings, Gaetano Di Julio 119285, with Octonek
Knitting Co., Dick Clarke 119145, of Clarke Bros. Motor Co.
of Renton, Harriett W. Hansen 119315, manager of Rhodes
Dept. Store Tearoom, B. Franklin Miller 119245, manager of
Lerner Shop, john Considine 119165, well-known movie
producer, Alice Kahn Olswang 119155, with Hall and Ols-
wang, George Comstock 119165, President of Electrical
Products Consolidated and Executive Vice-President of Paci-
Fic Huts, Inc., Robert MacRae 119305, in the stock and bond
Ross, Salminen, Sanders, Saunders, Sanderson. Solesski, Snyder.
Smith, Smith, Snope, Sleight, Spring, Sposari, Squillace, Stavrou
Selige. Seaman. Senicr, Shepard. Simpson, Simpson, Simpson
Rothnie, Rossi. Romeo, Rufhn, Russell, Russell, Ross
A Sankey, Sayler, Schroeder. Schwartz, Schaber
Richardson, Rider, Ridgeway. Riley, Robinson
Tiger, Timlale. Trantum. Troeppl, Trepp, Torelli, Tollefson, Tosh Wintermote, Winton, Wold, Woods, Wooten, Yazzulino, Yourglich,
Suverkrup, Sullivan, Tabbut, Taylor, Taylor, Thomas. Thomas Young' Zimmerman
Strachan. Suk' Sunderland' Sutich' Sullivan West, White, White, Wldrig, Wikstrom. Wildman, Wille, Williams
Vaughn. Veldwyk, Wadum, Wakefield. Wasson, Weiss
Trembanis. Trayer. True. Vaslef
Franklin Lawyers include: Theodore S. Turner 119165, who
has been a Republican leader and member of the state legis-
lature: john Prim 119165, in the local prosecuting attorney's
office: Glen Wilson 119165, Assistant Corporation Counsel of
the City of Seattle: E. A. Swift Jr. 119175, also Asst. Corpora-
tion Counsel: Jane Abernethy 119385. Region Food En-
forcement Attorney in San Francisco: Walter Reseburg, jr.
119345 and Frank J. Eberharter 119325, in service.
Science claimed these: William Johnson 119255, research
chemist in New York: Henry Elliott 119375, Research Asso-
ciate in Physiology at Stanford, studying effects of lowered
body temperature: Louise Powley 119275, head dietitian at
Virginia Mason Hospital: Robert Barnes 119375, research in i
chemistry and engineering: George Robert Jackson 119315,
in the engineering department at Boeings: Henry Charnell
119265, chemist in pulp mill at Port Angeles: Dan Pastell
119405, teaching fellow at the U.: Julius Uradnisheck 119315.
aero-engineer. now with Lockheed: Paul Suransky 119155.
electrical engineer in San Francisco: Martha Reekie Flauhaut
1Old Franklin5, curator of the University Natural History
Here are some librarians: Claire Allez 119175 : Celeste Slau-
son 119195, head of the library at Hackensack, New Jersey:
Margaret Villeneuve 119295: and Elfriede Gudelius 119275. 1
Sophomores: Little, Gaskin, MacPhee, Read, Antenucci, Martin, Sorg
Freshmen: Castrilli, Lee, Cutts, Garrison, Arnold, Woods, Morse
New Freshmen: Marr, Goodwin, Littlejohn, Turner. Roberto. Young,
Entering Freshmen, Second Semester
Eason, Garrison, Carns, Heartley, Roberto, Macchia,
Smyth, Loftus, Hudson, Brorche, Bow, Young
Turner, Erickson, Cahill, Favero
Rafiti, Larson, Farrar, Hesker. Leffard
ALTHOUGH we are the youngest group in the school, our activities are as many and as much
fun as those enjoyed by any of the other classes. Of great interest to the boys was the
Intramural Basketball competition, in which all the boys participated. The championship
was won by Larry Newell's team.
Mr. Knapp kindly arranged before Christmas Vacation for us to see a trained dog
belonging to Francis B. Ford. They put on a very interesting show and the eighth grade
classes enjoyed it a great deal. Mr. Ford sent us a picture of the dog, Roxy, to remember
The Eight B 3's had a Halloween program in room 110. Also at Halloween all eighth
grade classes had a feast of doughnuts, through the courtesy of the teachers.
The Eight A's put on a Christmas play which was entitled, "The Ruggles Family Gets
Ready for Christmas Dinner," from "Birds' Christmas Carol." The Eight A 1's were guests.
At Christmas time also groups of Eighth graders sang carols in the hall.
In Art class we made menu cards for the wounded men in the Naval Hospital at Sand
All the Eighth grades went "over the top," in the Red Cross Drive, some by several
The Eighth grade class officers for the second semester last year were: President, Carl
Lovstedg Vice-President, Mary Ann Holtg Secretary, Nancy Lee Newtong Treasurer,
Ronald Livingston. For the first semester of the 1944-45 school year were the following:
President, Tommy Thiesg Vice-President, john Mayg Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara McLeod.
At the close of school in june 1944, the Eight A class had a patriotic assembly built around
the theme of the contribution to the war effort made by the members of the class.
Q fu W
. up af!
First Semester Eight A's
Franklin, Frisby, Hamilton, Jacobsen, Holt, Jones, Kroon, Livingston,
Collins, Conover, Creevey, Dunn, Fischer, Fisher, Fleming
Alexander, Bentley, Bridge, Burrell, Carrabba
Thies, Van Hook, Weaver, Wettland, Williamson, Wilson, Woods, York
Pedersen, Peterson, Plumb, Ripley, Roe, Rutherford, Rutledge. Scofield
Maxwell, May, Minkema, Morris, Pavelich
Second Semester Eight A's
Young, Sundfelt, Strachan, Stollery, Scism, Risdon, Pinnock, Pedersen,
McCallick, Lispie, Kaimakis, Lubetich, Kerndl, Holeman, Hilling, Gow,
Fritz, Frey, Frank
Dilazzora, Dankenbring, Dale, Crookall, Burt, Barney, Anderson
Second Semester Eight A's
Harrington, Hedges, Hider, Hupprich, Johnson, Kounkcl, Kramer,
Capeloto, Christopherson, Colony, Dilse, Ellison, Feeney, Grant, Haas
Baker, Barnes, Beldin, Broad, Brozovich, Calvert
Savisky, Riggs, Shields, Shivel, Wade, White, Wilcken, Williamson
Myers, Noble, Nevels, Okerlund, Palmer, Phillips, Rainey, Ratcliffe,
Lee, Lorimer, Lovstad, Mansell, McWilliams, Mustello
Walker, Thrash, Tulloch, Steinmasel, Sheehan, Ross, Richardson,
Rasmussen. Poor, Pommer
Newell, MacLeod, McGrady, LaLander, Larsen, Lane, Johnson, Holmes
Fitts, Chase, Cline, Chetlain, Blyth, Beekly, Andrews
Hall, Trott. Schlcififers. Parker, Loomis, Morgenstern, Bengston jones, Tapp. Cappetto, jessen, jury
Bragg, Hill, Keelfe. Hurt, Hammer, Jackman Pearce, Henderson, Sabin, Ayers, Kremer, Staples
McDermott, Gross, Fleming. Baer, Green, Lurie Lind, Smith, Mozzone, Ralston, Smith
Wjones, 4fSchweitzer. XBushnell, 4lWinther. 3'Peterson, 2kWitte.
Parry, Almgren, Burt, Abney. Gerrand, johnson
Finlon, Maxlield, Haw, Schurman
WALTER H. CAMPBELL
Cyril A. Rumble C1917D, Captain, U. S
education-training myself, and training
progressive work, extremely interesting,
again." His elder son Dick is a graduate
now. From 1917-1919 on duty on gunboat,
Distinguished Service Alumni
How would you like to play chauffeur for Roose-
velt, Churchill, and Stalin? Walter H. Campbell
119271 had that distinction during the Teheran Con-
ference. A former Seattle high school teacher, Cap-
tain Campbell is a master of many languages. He
speaks and writes ten languagesg and, stationed as
he is in Iran, "a cross-roads of the world," he is add-
ing more to his list. This picture shows him censoring
Army mail. His letters have given many interesting
glimpses of the Middle East.
Colonel Richard C. Mangrum 119235, has been
hailed by newspapers as "one of Seattle's greatest
heroes." He was one of the first Marine Corps stu-
dents to receive flight training at Sandpoint. Later
transferred to Oakland, San Diego, and to Pearl
Harbor before the war, he and his family witnessed
the attack on Pearl Harbor. He was a squadron leader
at Guadalcanal when the Marines were greatly out-
numbered by the Japanese. He led a squadron of
single-motor dive bombers in the Solomons. He re-
ceived the distinguished service cross from Admiral
Nimitz. Later when stationed at Corpus Christi,
Texas, in command of the aviation cadet regiment,
he was awarded the Navy Cross. Since then he has
been returned to the Marine Base at Pearl Harbor
as Chief of Staif.
N., has served in both wars. He says, "All my life has been
my subordinates, for the job we have to do today. It has been
and I wouldn't do it any differently if I had to start over
of Annapolis and his younger son, Douglas, a student there
cruiser, and destroyers he advanced from S2!C to Ensign. In
1923 he became Lt. Cj.g.jg from 1924 to 1925 he commanded a minesweeper, then served as Communi-
cation Officer in a Destroyer Squadron. He became Lt. in 1926. For the next three years he studied
at Annapolis and at Harvard. He was then Radio and Communication otlicer on the battleship USS.
Tennessee. From 1932 to 1934 he was stationed at Bremerton as Radio Material Oflicer for this navel
district. For three years he served in the Navy Department at Washington returning to sea duty in
1939. In 1940 he became Commander and
in 1942 Captain. He was brought ashore in 1942 for work in
production of electronics material: last fall he was reassigned to sea duty.
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ASSUMING THAT half of Franklin High School was to be of the "weaker" sex, early in the
history of this institution the Girls' Club was formed. It was organized to give .said "weaker"
sex a medium to express whatever talent, frustration, complaints, and ideas that it might
have. In its years it has grown to be a vital part of Franklin, contributing not only to the
needs of the girls but to the school itself.
The areas in which this organization has contributed to the life of the school are many.
They range from social to scholastic and include almost every known thing in between.
The feminine portion of the student body is not to be outdone by the masculine half of
Franklin so far as athletics are concerned. By passing through ei door marked "Girls' Gym"
a specified number of times, a girl can win her big "F," which starts her on her way to
becoming a "Letterwoman." The athletes carry on from there. fUntil further legislation, no
girl can become "4F".j
Among the many activities of the Girls' Club is Health Week. This is devoted to making
the girls aware of such principles of good health as mental hygiene, and healthful habits,
expressed by posters, poem contests, and assemblies. Courtesy Week encourages gracious
living. The Big Cousin Committee assists incoming students to adjust to Franklin tradi-
tions. The Girls' Club takes an active part in P.-T.A. functions and encourages and helps to
maintain scholastic standards by arranging for tutoring and counseling.
Social activities, which have always been one of the chief functions of the Girls' Club,
have been seriously altered by the hand of Uncle Sam, who snatches off each and every date
just as he develops into the dancing partner one dreams about. Poor substitutes are girls'
parties, bridge parties, girls, girls, girls, girls!! but we still carry on. There is still the
cooperative effort with the boys' cabinet. The combined organization carries responsibility
for assemblies, drives, and all civic participation.
Through many years of successful accomplishment, the guiding hand of our adviserghas
been felt. Miss McCarney has given unstintingly toward the promotion of every Girls' Club
activity. Under her direction the officers work toward the best interests of Franklin.
Studley, White, Baker, Scovel, Borella, Whitehouse, Martial
Michel, Theriault, Cummings, Thomas, Baron, Holmstad. Culbertson,
Weiss, Weiss, Seaman, Baird, Grimes, Windmayer
Sorg. Noehl, Almgren, Bagnariol,
Fiscus, Chetlain. Moore, Stoops, Chittenden, Young, Ames, DeWaele. Schirman, Culbertson, M
Scism, Almgren, Tourtellotte, Saunders, Endress, Widrig, Robinson
Plumb, Stearns, Fiebig, Woods, Paulson
Bruck, Olson, Windmayer, Weiss,
White, Cummings, Theriault,
Girls' Club Cabinet
SALLY PROVINE ....... President
MARILYN MILLER .... Vice-President
GERI COX . . . . . Recording Secretary
TILLIE FAVRO . . Corresponding Secretary
RUTH HARMAN ......, Treasurer
VIRGINIA BURR . . Chairman ol' Chairmen
Party Committees -
Personal Efficiency- Standards-Alumnae
Bradburn, Shecldon, Enclress, Chadwick. Baron, Baima
Gibson, Paulson, Paulson, Grandstrom, Brice
Robinson, Michel, Stevens,
Weiss, Weiss, Gelzenlichter
Harper, Seaman, White
M1 ' .-dn
Committees Student Sponsors and Big Cousins
Kusak, Young. Scovel, Saunders, Weiss, Robinson Endress, Baker, Studley, Scovel, White, Elford, Sulak, Miller
Westfall, Thomas, Seaman. Olson, Windmayer Westfall- Plumb
Miller' Frazer, Erickson. Withrow Seaman, Recchi, Weiss, Windmayer, Martin, Malaspina, Patanelli
Harper, Hanson, Westhoff
Jones, Iacovacci, Weiss, Cameron, Eisinga, Erickson, Baima
Alumnae in Service
Lt. Harriett S. Orvis 119265, Wacg Lt. Dora Shultz 119285, Nurse, Lt. Ruth E. Larson 119295, Nurse:
Sgt. Joy Polis 119355, Marines, Virginia Mason 119375, Wacg Mary N. Disbrow 119435, Marines, Flor-
ence Whiteworth 119345, Waves, Phyllis Hyde 119415, Wavesg Marian Stuart 119415, Waves: Cpl.
Geraldine Cruickshank 119425, Marines, Bertha Chinn 119385, Wacg Edna Crothers 119355, Wave, Pat
Eaton 119405, Marines, Virginia Gerard 119425, Marinesg Bernice Bengston 119395, Marinesg Helen
Krengel 119365, Army Ambulance Reserveq 3rd Officer Helen Kosokoff, Wacg Pat Cowan 119395, Wacg
Cpl. Marjorie Johnson 119435, Wacg Shirley Marie Rogers 119405, Sparsg Margaret Taylor 119365,
Wac, Winnifred E. Russell 119405, Wac, Mary Gormley 119385, Wavesg Dora Newland 119395, Navy
Nurse: Sophie Miovski 119415, Wacg Jeanne McKil1op 119425, Ruth Carstensen 119445, Doreen Rogers
119445, Nurse Cadets: Katherine Anderson 119385, Waves, Natalie Jones 119395, Sparsg Jean Rice
19365, Red Cross Representative in India: S!Sgt. Ellen Smith 1194053 Catherine Decker 119385, Waves:
Grace Decker 119375, Sparsg Dorothy Gorman 119365, Wacg Rita Dierdorff 119415, Wacg Janet Blash-
Held 119385, Waves. Nancy Baker 119385 was a Wave, Pat Finley Hutchinson 119395 a Wac, and Maxine
Rogers 119445 a Nurse Cadet.
Plumb. West, Recchi. Moore. West, Whitehouse, Fowler
Flanigan. Endress, Underwood, Chadwick, Loomis, McDonald, Baron
Senior, Iacovacci, jones. Allen, McKillop
Pictured above are Natalie Jones 119391, Spars Y lf'Cg Lorraine Blanksma 1193913 and Edna Bake-
well 119151. Natalie has been recruiting in Dallas, Texas, and New Orleans, Louisiana: her picture is
one of those on the Spars' advertising folder. Lorraine spent two years at Mills College, where she
won three scholarships, but graduated from Northwestern: she has done special chemical research,
qualified in thirty days as a Wasp pilot but was excused from service to attend the University of Illinois
Medical School. Edna taught Physical Education for fifteen years at the University of Alberta, from
which she graduated: she is now engaged in the Tea and Coffee business in Edmonton, where she has
plenty of worries because of the present inactivity in world trade.
Former Girls' Club presidents who replied to our requests for information about themselves are
Jean Maclennan Prochazka 1Pres. 19115 grad. 19141, Edna McKinstry MeCray 119141, Helen Quigle
Foster 119201, Alberta McMonagle Drew 119211, Lorita Townsend Thomas 119231, Florence L. Foster
119261, Marion Bertram Haviland 119281, and Beatrice Itza 119411, whom we have told about else-
where. Several of these are successful homemakers and mothers. Through them we want to pay tribute
to all other alumnae whose only claim to fame is that they have created happy homes and reared healthy
families. Mrs. Prochazka has three children, Mrs. McCray two and a grandchild, Mrs. Foster two, Mrs.
Drew three, and Mrs. Thomas four. Miss Foster has worked for local Doctors Roger Anderson and
Glenn Rotton: we are indebted to her for much alumni information scattered through this book. Mrs.
Haviland has done much medical and psychiatric social work: her husband is a Lt. Comdr. in the Naval
We are indebted to Mrs. Prochazka for a long and interesting letter which we wish we had space
to print in full. She graduated from the University of Michigan, where, she says, "I had my finger in
nearly every pie of campus activities . . . I came out with an A. B. degree, a Phi Beta Kappa key 1cum
summa laude1, and an Alpha Xi Delta pin." After a few years in business she married "The Man," a
chemist, whom she had known at Michigan, at "The Little Church Around the Corner" in New York.
They have travelled extensively in Europe and in the Caribbean. They live in New Jersey, where club
activities, her two sons, her daughter, a cocker spaniel, and a "marmalade" kitten keep her very busy.
She says: "In an old trunk I still have all my old 'Tolos' and the letters and pins I won at the 'old' and
'new' Franklin. I wouldn't part with them for the world! Along with my Michigan stuff, it makes quite
LOOKING back over an eventful year, the Boys' Club can survey its achievements with
pride. Although most of the elected officers left for the armed forces before the year was
half over, they carried on in great style, serving about six hundred and fifty boys. Under
the able leadership of Mr. Knapp, adviser, they have sponsored pep assemblies, paper drives,
clean-up drives, courtesy week, and the Boys' Club picnic. They have encouraged athletics
and have had vocational conferences with the boys. The remarkable organization not only
encourages and strengthens friendship throughout the school but also creates enthusiasm
for activities among the boys.
Pictured below, in addition to the Cabinet are the Yell Team: Semlick, Niccoli, Mond-
schein, and Smith. Members of the Cabinet are: Henry Casal, president Cnow in the Air
Corpsjg Bill Talbott, first vice-president fnow in school for Coast Guardjg Marvin Ander-
son, second vice-presidentg james Hyde, secretary fnow attending the Universityjg and
Herbert Rundle, treasurer Qnow in the Merchant Marinej.
1 Alumni Notes
Former Franklin Boys' Club members are now to be found all over the world. Pictured above are
Arthur Watrous, 119365, as he looked the day he was taken prisoner by the Japaneseg Bill Robinson
119445, Rudy Hentz 119445, Duane Culbertson 119445, and Bud La Porteg Jim Allen 119435, Jay Hatch
119435, and Mac Henderson 1194353 and Brock Wells 119415, USCG.
Arthur Watrous went to China as a missionary in September 1939. He was in Hong Kong when it
fell to the Japanese and was interned at first in a hotel room with others in which they were not per-
mitted to open windows and could not even look out because the Japs had pasted paper over them. They
had with them only what baggage they could carryg this included one blanket, a few clothes, and his
trombone. All money and valuables were coniiscatedg he managed to save the watch his parents had
given him when he graduated from Franklin by wrapping it in a piece of waxed paper from a sardine
can and secreting it in a jar of "Vick's Vapo Rub." He later was transferred to Stanley Prison Camp,
where he spent six months, until he was repatriated on the Gripsholm. He arrived in Seattle on Sep-
tember 7, 1942, and has been working "graveyard" shift at Boeings and doing assistant pastorate work.
Kenneth Campbell 119165, now pastor of Lake Forest Park Presbyterian Church, north of Seattle,
was in China from December 1923 until also repatriated on the Gripsholm in August 1942. He writes:
"For four years my wife and I were doing missionary work in Yunnan Province, spending Zyl years
in Kunming the capital. Since 1929 we have been in the large Presbyterian Mission Station of Hwaiyuan,
Anhwei province, where I carried on educational work in Hwai Hsi, our boys' senior high school, and
did evangelistic work and a great deal of famine relief work, being chairman of the Sino-American
famine relief committee in Hwaiyuan for a number of years. I lived under the heel of the Japanese
conqueror for four years in Hwaiyuan, which was a garrison town just half a mile from the line
separating us from "Free China." During that time we were constantly under attack from some 40,000
troops of the Chinese irregulars. The last eight months I was a prisoner of the Japanese. I thus had an
opportunity to study the war situation in China intimately and had many experiences, most of which
I would not care to repeat."
Servicemen who returned our alumni questionnaires or wrote us letters include Jack Abernethy
119405, Bill Bouton 119425, Bill Carlyon 119425, George Ewart 119415, Robert C. Johnson 119425, jim
McCurdy 119415, William R. Ovens 119425, D. Clinton Prescott 119425, Donald Probst 119435, Joseph
Swift Richards 119295, Charles A. Schreib, Glenn Strand 119435, Charles R. Vogel 119385. They
mentioned dozens more, giving us names and addressesg lack of space alone prevents mention of more.
Jack entered the Navy in June, 1940, was at Pearl Harbor, and has been in thirty-Eve major engage-
ments. He says in a postscript: "I haven't seen a white girl for so long that when I do I'll think I'm
color-blind." Bill Bouton is in the Army Medical Corps. Bill Carlyon and Jim McCurdy are among
several Franklin boys in the V-12 training at the University. George is an Ensign somewhere in the
Pacific. Robert is in a Signal Company of the Army and wrote us from "Just Somewhere." Jim was
the 'first former Boys' Club officer from whom we heard 1he spoke aifectionately of his four enjoyable
years at the "school in the valley"5. Bill Ovens wrote from England where he has been fire-Fighter: he
says, "We know the meaning of total war and want to forget it, please. Home and the future that lies
ahead for us are what are uppermost in our minds." Clinton is in the Navy. Donald is a Marine. Joseph
is a sergeant attached to a combat engineers' group in Europe. Charles Schreib is with the Marines in
the Southwest Pacific. Glenn is a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army. Charles Vogel is in the Navy.
J. R. HURLEY NORMA MARTIN GLORIA BAGNARIOL SAM LEVINSON
Adviser Editor Classes Faculty
NANCY WHITE CAROL VAN WYCK IRENE BUFFONE DOLORES RAFITI
fFirst Semesterj fFirst Semesterj
The following students have done most of the non-professional photography for this book: John
Crawford, Dick Croy, Harry Jansen, Tom Armitage, and Harrison Eaton. As in previous annuals we
are indebted to Jack Stillmaker, former Franklinite, for full-page picture on page 112 and for the
background pictures on pages 98 and 99.
The Meaning of the Tolo
TOLO is an Indian word from the Chinook language. It is derived from the word Totem. Various
meanings are given for the word: "it makes good," "to win," "to earn," "to gain." It is easy to see
how the popular so-called Tolo Dance has developed in this section of the country: literally, it is a
dance in which a girl "gets her man"-and pays for the privilege.
The name TOLO was adopted for Franklin publications because the spirit of our school has always
been "to win," but to play the game fairly. We also like the meaning "it makes good." We hope that
both our Tolo Weekly and our Tolo Annual will always "make good reading." That is the primary aim
of both publications. We are more interested in pioneering in new ideas and experimenting in pro-
gressive techniques than in following the stereotyped, regulated procedures required for winning
competitions. For example, each year for the past several years our art staff has worked with new com-
mercial techniques that students would not have had experience with otherwise.
C, BISAZZA RAY GERRING LaVON RICHARDSON DOROTHY HAMILTON
Adviser 1944 Graduate 1944 Graduate
BILL DeWAELE ELAINE HOLMSTAD EDITH HOLLINSHEAD MARJORIE THOMPSON
Publications at Franklin
Franklin Tolo came into existence in 1909 under the leadership of Frank Wolfe, formerly of the Seattle
Times Art Staff. At first it was a monthly magazine consisting mostly of jokes. In 1913 an enlarged Senior
Number of forty-eight pages with pictures of the students was issued. From then on the Annual or
Commencement number increased to more than a hundred pages although the page size was smaller
than now. Two staffs, editorial and business, produced both the monthlies and the larger Annual. Adver-
tising was carried in Annuals up through 1936. Since then our yearbooks have been financed by the
In September, 1919, the present Tolo Weekly came into existence. At First it was a four-column
eight page paper about half the size of the present. In 1920 it took the present form although it has
varied in size from six to eight columns. In February, 1921, the news writing classes took over the
management of the weekly and since then the two publications have had separate staffs.
Editors of the combined publications included: J. B. Broulette 119155, Kenneth Campbell 119165,
William G. King 119175, Riemer G. Phillips 119185, Susan Erwin 119195, Chester Gibbon 119205, Loren
Pearce 119215. Editors of the Annual include: William R. Lyon 119225, James Morford 119235, Frank-
lin Miller 119245, Bernie Jacobsen 119255, Theodora Smith 119265, Donald H. Uhrich 119275, Martin
Nelson 119285, Arthur Bernhard 119295, Ruric Todd 119305, Joe McDonald 119315, Bill Greenwood
119325, Stuart Thomson 119335, Earl Schenck 119345, Dan Laggozino 119355, Douglas Dean 119365,
Jack McKenzie 119375, Kenneth Ghormley 119385, Florence Rinker 119395, Bob Frederick 119405,
Jim Graham 119415, Barbara Walker 119425, Marilyn Martin 119435, Marjorie Plumb 119445.
First Semester Editors
RALPH HOLMSTAD ALICE CASTLEN KATHLEEN MCKEOWN DoLoREs JONES
Former Tolo Weekly editors include: William Lyon and Harry Henke C1921-Zig Abe Friedman and
Walter Rue C1922-3Jg Forrest Williams and Floyd Flint C1923-45g Bernie Jacobsen, Alton Farley
and Martha Taylor C1924-Sjg Calvin Hall and Einar Flint C1925-653 Robert Reese and Ted Crosby
C1926-753 Emerson Daggett and Herbert Ogawa C1927-8Jg Robert Steele and Charles Henry C1928-935
Jack Jarvis and Roger Evans C1929-3023 Art D'Angelo and Bob Hawes C1930-D3 Dorothy Mills
C1931-253 Ruth Gahnberg and Dorothy Butler C1932-353 Mary Pearl Mosley and Marguerite Johnston
C1933-4Jg Palmer Thompson and Warren Mercer Q1934-553 Margaret Williams and Joan Godman
C935-61: Betty Allinson and Don Auker C1936-7: no editor designated 1937-1942: Jean Baird C1943-49.
First Semester Staff
O'Reilly, Haglund, Russo, Ferrell, Russell, Shedden, Shields, Schorr, Stevens, Vannini, Verginia
Holmstadfl' Mondscheinf Carlf" James, Byers, Jones, Kenkman, Knight, Louvier. Boselly
Griffin, Greenhalgh, Castlenf McKeown, Borella, Martial'
1 Voted Must Valuable Member of 1944-45 Tolo Weekly Staff for Erst semester, "Ouil1 and Scroll.
Second Semester Editors'
JOANNE THIES MARJORIE PLUMB
Most Valuable Member Award
,j JEAN ANDERSON
, CHARLOTTE TURNER
lj HIDEYA KUMATA
J MARGARET BROWN
if BARBARA WALKER
il BEVERLY HEALD
Q JOANNE BOWDEN
lj JEAN BAIRD
Q NANCY BANNICK
fOther second semester edi-
tors-in-chief, appointed too
late to be included in this
panel, were Arlene Snippen
and Larry Mondschein.
Second Semester Staff
Knight, Russo, Haglund, Covey, Russell, High
Steindl, Baron, Recchi, Shucklin, Erlendson, Froseth, Whitehouse
Schwartz, Thies, Snippen, Bianco, Naze, Plumb
Hi-Y Quaker Club
Ring, Russ, Stephens, Stoops, Wasson, Wiesert
M 1' . .
Mlm-ks' Mccallum' Ccurdy' Nler mo' Sand' Slums' Susnar Ferrari, Frame, Henderson, O'Re1lly, Ratcliffe, Knapp
Hill, Hughes, Lawhead, McBride, McCartney, Lee, Lynch Bi ho Brandru Cr hn D
Beirnes, Colgan, Clark, Ellis, Herren S P' P' 0 ' ow
Debate Adams, Harrison, Schwendeman, Carpine, Adams, Blois, Dale, Compagno
Kinnard, Boyd, Carson, Matthies, Darrow, Glasford, Bell, Scism
Iliff, Stavrou, DeWaele, Murray, Dean Dance Committee
Bishop, Graves, Buckner, Woodson, MacFarren
Thomas, Samuelson, Eubank, Lottsfeldt Theriault, Cummings, Harman, Schirman, Culbertson, Russ
Ticket Committee Camera Club Study A Help
Frame, Stephens, Mark Gibbon, Croy, Crawford, Jansen Turner, Paschal, Casey, Wille
Farrow, Clements, Butts Armitage, Levinson, Clark, Anschell Nigro, Steele, Sparks
Stillmaker, Benson Peterson, Kinney Egger, Prettyman
West, West, Weiss, Weiss, Weiss, Windmayer, Olson, Reed, johnson, McIntyre, Clothier, Aleinikoff, Loomis, McDonald, Russell, Plumb,
Duvall, McIntyre Ellison, Buckner, Levinson
Flanigan, Noehl, Hill, Kinney, Groce, Rembaugh, Heston, Allen, Olson, Sheehan, Weissenborn. Wells, White, Williamson, Kosin, McCoy,
Matteson, Warheld Lottsfeldt, Strachan, Wintermote, Alexander
Kinnard, Kennon, McConihe, Paulson, Gibson, Paulson, Maski, Holt Blyth, Berk, Conover, Creevey, Lindberg, Elford, Harrington, Lovsted
Stamp Plan Boy's Gym Helpers Costume and Faculty Library
Hman ' 1. Gibbon, McCurdy. MacFarren, Colgan, C0l11lTliffeCS
Se , Bowie, Westfall. Karre ,
Baker' Myers Schramek, Bishop, Strons, Merlino, Buchanan, Miflkemav Millffv RUSSCH
Morgan. Pratt Schumacher. Bishop, Walker
DeBard, McBride, Powers, Picini, Shaw, Sunderland, Walthew, West
Office Help Weune'
Palulson, Mlallspinz, Vllfoods, Walthew Movie Library
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C Cler' n 'ess' ame Mingo, Gibbon Madonna. Osburn, Ridgeway, Schumaker
Brucl-K. Bllyall Jennings, Simpson Haley, Hammer. Minkema, Deady, Engle
Senior Honor Society
Ratclilffe, McCartney, Mark, Adams. Billings, Anderson, Anderson, Holmstad, MacFarren, Jensen, Nation, Lew
Borella, Greenhalgh, Chadwick, Stillmaker, Whitehouse, Scovel, Knight, Dennison, Duncan, Hendrickson
Ames, Baker, Fenton, Favro, Allen, McKeown, Theriault, Harper, Castlen, Martin, Provine
Plumb, Hamilton, Simons, Grimes, Weiss, Endress, Jones
Fifth Period Cleanup
COX PRATT SNIPPEN
Smith, Steiner, Strons, Talbot, Williams. Wilson, Williams. Williams
Lorimer, Lee, McCallum, McCartney, McCurdy, Mcrlino, Ritchie. Sand, Schreier
Ellis, Herren, Hill. Hughes, Hren. Kenltman, Lawhead, McBride, Hieb, Poole. Lew
Albrecht. Badolato, Braseth, Carson, Colgan. Cuthill, Carl, Dore
Safety Council Stage Crew Inter-School Council
Holmstad. Anderson, Colgan, Provine Ames Ellis, McCartney. Provine, Viele
Boselly, Schirman, Castlen Meyers. Peterson
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Anderson, Thomas. Kinney, Graham, Jensen. Fountain
Lipsey, White, Green, Hayum, Mears, Endress, Hume, Brotche, Hansen, Woods
Miles, Hutton, Schirman, Nigro, Chadwick, Rafferty, King, Chun, Marsten
Hart, Westfall, Simon, Young, Stroben, Moorman, Gaskin, Virtue
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Rahn Prxee West Condon, Radwill, Kober, Mager, Buchanan Elder, Crate, Henderson. Attlesey, Wilson Nxgro jaeobs
Llbri Harper Hutsell, Murphy, Dahlen, Stearns, Hansen Kennon, Whitehouse, Schirman, Stillmaker MLPhee Gaskln
johnson Flanigan, Oliver, Blois, Elton, Theriault Duncan, Allen, Simon, Stearns Noehl
Bronk Bishop. Catania, Cummings, Dale Carson, Johnson. Plumb, Lipsey Albright
Freshman Glee Club
Scofield, Dunn, Quinby, MacDonald, Adams, Eason, Eason, Peterson,
MacDonald, Sult, McCoy
Ripley, McIntyre, Young, Ives, Moore, Hupprich, Hasselberg, Plumb,
Goodwin, Sunderland, Rafiti, Rutledge, Frost, Fisher, Diedrich, Osburn
Illes, Wintermote, Olson, Rose, Emery, Sidles, Walters
GERRY SCHIRMAN .
NORMA MOORMAN .
NORMA HUTTON ,
BARBARA SIMON .
DOROTHY WEST . .
MARY LOU STROBE
. President ,
. Vice-President .
. .Personnel Manager
. .Elihciency Manager.
. Recording Secretary
. Corresponding Secretary. .
. . Librarian . , .
. . Treasurer .
. Costume Manager . .
. DONNA STEARNS
. . DORIS STEARNS
, , . NOLA HANSON
. MARJORIE PLUMB
. BARBARA SIMON
. JEANNE THERIAULT
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Dennison, Bender, Cubbin, jones. Franklin, Brown, Nowitzki, Rand es, ut , ac a
Strang, Nickinovick, Hahn, McCoy, Fiscus, Greenhalgh, Ready, joersz, Pappas, Crate, Elder, Taylor
Rowlands, Roberts, Bond. Knowles, Clapp, True, Schumacher, Fowler, Rowe
llall, Pommer, Edmondstone, Constable, Kovich, Read. Miller
LES KNIGHT , . . , President WILLIS JONES
. Costume Managers
WALTER CUBBIN . . Vice-President LOIS CRATE
PAT HALL . . . .,.. Secretary ARLENE ELDER
. . Librarians
BOB DENNISON , . Personnel Manager SHIRLEY ROWE
Girls' Vocal Trio
ALICE HAMMER MARY WILSON LOIS CRATE
Trial by Jury
By Gilbert and Sullivan
The Learned judge JAMES GERARD
. . PAT PHILLIPS CThurSdayJ
The P'a"'f'H E LORRAINE POMMER qrfidayy
The Defendant , LESTER KNIGHT
Counsel for PlaintiH , LUCILLE GREENHALGH
Usher V JERRY FARRELL CThursdayJ
WALTER CUBBIN CFridayD
Foreman of the jury JACK PINYON
BRIDESMAIDS: Feliscar Chocanu. Patricia Knowles. Betty Ready. Eldeue Rose. Erla Schreler. Shirley
Rowe, Pat Hall Qljagel.
JURY: Jack Piuyon. Jack Randles. Joe Smith. George Semlick. Noel Cram. Waller Cuhlmin. Jerry Farrell.
Melvin Lynch. Gordon McMahon. Ed Perez. Robert Jones. Maxine Rogers. Patricia Scott.
FEMALE RELATIVES: Janet Belshaw. Laura Cummings. Arlene Elder. Beulah Fowler. Phyllis Goit.
Ruth Joersl. Merry Lowery. Jackie McNay. Nancy Packenham. Pat Phillips. Lorraine Pommer, Eloise
Painter. Jacqueline Salmon. Lois Schumacher.
Ever Since Eve
By Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements, by special arrangement with Samuel French
PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS
Directed by Aristelle Macdonald
Mrs. Clover JEAN THERIAULT
johnny Clover JOHN LANDRUM
Mr. Clover, LES KNIGHT
Spud Erwin DICK DUNCAN
Susan Blake NANCY GRIMES
Betsy Erwin , PEGGY PINYAN
Martha Willard MARILYN HARPER
Olhcer CCappyj Simmons PAUL ALEXANDER
Henry Quinn, ALLAN LORIMER
Lucybelle Lee TILLIE NIEDERLE
Preston Hughes LARRY MONDSCHEIN
Bull , MARVIN ANDERSON
Shorty MARDEN STROUD
Hank , ,DEL SPELLMAN
Nick . , HENRY CASAL
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The Upton Contest is a tradition at Franklin and is an activity for which we are unique among the high
schools ofthe city. The annual contest has been held since 1932.
First-place winners include, for girls: Marian Schneider, Frances Summers, Patricia Barto, Mary Jane
Gaston, Mary Louise Glahe, Mary Rolfe, Helen Pichon, Phyllis Benner, Lanesta Bagley, Marjorie Schenck,
Mitzi Gutheil, Marilyn Lovgren, and jean Cameron. First-place honors for boys went to: Bill Fifield, Stuart
LaVille. jack Flagg, Leslie Houde, Vernon Goulon, Jim Ellis, Douglas Saxby, Ernest Ross. Victor Watson,
Bill Bouton, Dave Valente, David Black. and George Macfarren.
Girls Boys Advisers
JEAN CAMERON, First GEORGE MACFARREN, First MISS MACDONALD. Girls
PATRICIA SCOTT, Second ,IACK BERTCH, Second MISS LINDBERG. Boys
Stars of Yesterday
IN THE above picture are a group of former Franklin dramatic stars. How many of them
can you identify? A list is given at the bottom of the page in the order in which they appear
if you cannot name them otherwise. Many of these have gone on to do interesting things:
Lorraine Bagley has held a two-year scholarship in Drama at the University of Washing-
ton. She was winner of the Phi Mu Gamma fDrama Honoraryj Cup for the best character
actress in 1944 and winner of the Murphy scholarship award in 1945. At the time this copy
is written she is playing in "Arms and the Man" at the Showboat Theatre, having recently
completed a successful run in the leading role of "The Corn Is Green."
Barbara Berger CMrs. Lee Foleyj had a three-year scholarship at the Goodman School
of the Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, and then received one of the two coveted fourth-year
scholarships offered by this school. She earned her Master's Degree in Drama by doing the
entire production Ccostumes and allj of "jack and the Beanstalk" for the Goodman Chil-
dren's Theatre. She has been offered a talent Contract by Warner Brothers Motion Picture
Richard Lyford, formerly of the Disney Studios in Hollywood, is now a member of
General Arnold's staff of photographers for Army Air Corps records and publicity. He will
be remembered for the movies he produced while at Franklin. A picture of him will be
found on the next page.
Martha Wiederrecht, known on the radio as Martha Wright, is vocal artist for radio
stations KOMO and KJRQ she also is pictured on the next page and elsewhere in the book.
Burbank Rideout, pictured on the next page and on page 42, is a former actor, USO
entertainer, specializing in vaudeville sketches and imitations. He is now wth the Army
and has been announcing from an army radio station on one of the Aleutians.
Mitzi Gutheil, popular singer with local dance bands, recently played a role in "Hay
Fever" at the Penthouse Theatre at the University.
CFormer participants in Franklin Dramatic productionsj
JACK MCLEAN-senior Play, 1939. JACK FINLEY-Assemly Plays.
BILL MOORE-Senior Play, 1939: Assembly Plays. ' GIFFORD BROWN-Vodvil, 1938.
BILL RAABE-Senior Play, 1936: One-act Play Company Productions.
Reid Nibley. Jack Finley. Roger Jayne, Bill Newton, Doug Saxby, Harold Lipetz, Tom TokareH', Lorraine Bagley.
Barbara Berger, Peggy Austin, Ruth Axelson, Helen Pichon, Mona Martyn, Pat Cowan, Shirley Swenson. Ardath Benge.
cuppef Leftj -'HERE ues EMILY," Senior Play, 1943
HORTON SMITH CAlternate appointee to Annapolisj: RICHARD HARDMAN CMarinesD: GLENN STRAND fArmy, LLB
fU1JpEf Centerj "THREE-CORNERED MOON," Senior Play, 1936
GERALD FALLON LCHVBIYYJQ LESLIE HOUDE: SHERMAN WILSON: WILLIAM RAABE CGold Starj: DAN SEDG-
WICK fArmyD3 JEAN ROYCE LMYS. Jesse Roundsj.
CUpper Righty "CLARENCE," Senior Play, 1940
BILL WACKER CNavy Flyeryg PHIL FOISIE CArmy, Lr. Intelligencej: BERYL LEE QMrs. Dave Hateleyb.
Middle Row-CLeftj "A SUCCESSFUL CALAMlTY." Senior Play, 1938
HELEN PICHONQ JACK GRIFFIN: PAT COWAN, BILL NEWTON: BOB WEBER.
CCenterj "THE CUPBOARD DOOR," Senior Play, 1935
MARY JANE GASTONQ RICHARD LYFORD.
CRightj "SHAM," One-act Play Company Production, 1933 '
MARDEN BATE: MARGARET CLOSEQ FRED RUNCE: BURBANK RIDEOUT.
CLower Leftj "THE MYSTERY OF THE BLUE BAG," Vodvil, 1940
KATHLEEN HOULAI-IAN QU. of W., Drama Doparrmenrng CURTIS HOLT IU. s. Armyuz MARTHA WIEDERRECHT
IWRIGI-ITJ: HUGO OSWALD: SUZY BAKER: BILL HUME.
CLower Centerj "AND THE VILLAIN STILL PURSUED HER," One-act Play Company Production. 1936
qsrandingy DoWITT WESTLUND. LORRAINE BAGLEY.
fsearedp BERNICE FINNAMOREg GERALD FALLON.
CLower Rightj "THE NERVOUS WRECKJ' Senior Play, 1941
MARIAN MATI-IEUS CMrs. Richard Derbyu: DICK ERSKINE: JACK BIGFORDQ MARJORIE SCHENCK: BILL
BOUTON qU. s, Armyp, PHIL SKIFF: ED GHORMLEYQ BOB SIEM3 CURTIS HOLT QU. s, Army, Cpl.D.
COMMANDER JOHN MCVAY 09211, graduate of the University of
Washington and the University of Oregon Medical School, interned at
Harborview Hospital and then practiced medicine in Seatle for several
years before being called to active duty with the Navy in 1941. He had
previously studied at Harvard, at Mayos' Clinic, and in Vienna and Lon-
don. He entered the service as a Lieutenant. He, his wife, and two
daughters were in Hawaii when the japs attacked Pearl Harbor and Dr.
McVay went immediately to work with the wounded. In July 1942, he was
transferred to the First Marine Division and landed with them at
Guadalcanal, he remained there for seven months with the exception of
six weeks when he was evacuated to New Zealand to recover from severe
malaria. He was wounded on Guadalcanal and wears the Purple Heart
and was given the Silver Star for "extreme gallantry and intrepidity"
under fire. His wife has been told that Dr. McVay was the doctor in .
"Guadalcanal Diary" but has no way of substantiating this fact. Dr. .
McVay wears also the Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon, American l
Theater of Operations Ribbon, Asiatic Theatre Ribbon with seven stars, COMMANDER
and the Pre-Pearl Harbor Ribbon with star. He was permanently evacu-
ated to New Zealand in February 1943, and three months later returned
to the States. He served for several months at the Naval Hospital here
and at Pasco, Washington. He became Lt. Comdr. in January 1942, and Commander in March
1944. Since last September he has been Senior Medical Oiiicer at Camp Bedilion, California,
training medical officers who are going out into combat.
Franklin has other doctor alumni in service. Lt. Commander john Duncan 0925 spent seven-
teen months at Pearl Harbor but has more recently been on the hospital ship U.S.S. Solace on
which he has travelled 55,000 miles. When these ships go in with task forces they are blacked
out and lose their immunity as hospital ships. Captain Walter Bale Seely 09191, child specialist,
is with the Army Medical Corps and was serving in India. Major Milton F. Brougham is a
group Flight surgeon in the European theatre. Lt. fj.g.1 Dan A. Lagozzino 09351 graduated from
Oregon Medical School in 1943 and interned in Portland. Lt. fj.g.1 Robert C. Lake 09361 after
graduation from Northwestern and interneship at St. Luke's in Chicago, entered the U. S. Public
Health Service Reserve as Assistant Surgeon. Lt. Rex Palmer 09271 is with the Navy Medical
Other Franklin graduates in medicine include: Dr. L. Patricelli 092613 Dr. Billy Duncan
093015 Dr. Richard Reekie 09201, Spokane obste-
triciang Dr. George' Hitchings 09231, Harvard
graduate, who later taught medicine at Harvardg
N A E .. Dr. Wm. B. Hutchinson 09261, Dr. Max Hunter
2,2 311- , 09251, Olympia obstetrician and gynecologist fin
u g Q, service1. Franklin graduates in medical school in-
" -QV Ri , V. '- clude: Norio Hi ano 1939 in Washington Medi-
Ap? cal School at sf Louisg Vailiam A. Viele 09361,
'im at Oregon Medical School and Kenneth Ghormley
H., A 09361, at Harvard Medical School.
J ,..- H ,kxfjf ..1'.,.' -,:, I Franklin graduates in dentistry include: Dr.
Scott Matheson 09201, Dr. john Lurie 09171, Dr.
- ' 3, John Markey 092115 Dr. Dave Michaels 092413
A. 1 1 ' - E g 1 ..'- Dr. Milton Kessler 09161, and Dr. Albert Hurwitz
. 'f I A ' 619159-
' .inn A summary of Franklin doctors would be incom-
plete without mention of the great brain surgeon
up ,'-. V .'I.V S. and nerve specialist, Dr. Arthur John McLean
f 09151, who was killed in an automobile accident in
5.313-:"j,5.f,'. 1938. Medical literature was greatly enriched by the
.yi 'V', Q many learned. articles which he.publis.hed. Space
Qjtbnk A 1 .H ' P prevents us giving a resume of his brilliant career.
qy fq mg , 1 A ,, A M His wife, Gladys Merle Bragg McLean Qalso 19151
' I !'-,. -,gil '25i"'i A 60 still lives in Portland where she edits a bulletin for
f ' E ' the Oregon Medical Society. She was co-author in
sg 21" 1938 of a book entitled FOREST TREES OF
,'.-, '-" ' THE PACIFIC SLOPE.
' " The intriguing medical motif reproduced here
was done by Leland Chow 09381. He is now in the
Medical Corps of the Army.
Franklin Families ,
FOUR MEMBERS of the Pesce family, Franklin graduates, have
made a noteworthy record of achievement and good citizenship.
Lawrence Pesce 09235, pictured here, quite casually chose chemis-
try during his Senior year. It was a lucky choice, for chemistry
became the absorbing interest of his life. After five years at the
University, where he majored in science, he set out for M.l.T.
At Wilmington, Delaware, he stopped to visit some classmates
employed at the Du Pont factories and there, at a Sunday School
picnic, he met the personnel manager for the company, who offered
him immediate employment at an alluring salary, with assurances
of thorough training and opportunities for advancement. He has
been with Du Pont ever since. Within two years he was sent as
Chemical Engineer to Antofagasta, Chile, where he remained
until last year when he became manager of the plant in Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil. His wife, Pearl Busch Pesce 09275 is a Franklin
graduate, as are his three sisters: Catherine 09225, wife of U. N.
Merlino, president of the Metropolitan Importing Company, her-
self a Seattle substitute teacher, Marie Pesce, now with a war
finance company in San Francisco, and Terese 09275, wife of
Mr. Loren Ralph, basketball coach and commercial teacher at
Cleveland High. His nephew, Angelo Merlino, is now president
of the Junior class here. Lawrence, Pearl, and their two children
plan to visit Seattle soon after an absence of many years.
Superintendent Fleming's four children are Franklin alumni.
Samuel E. Fleming, Jr. 09275 married Agnes Speidel 09255.
They have three little girls, two of whom are attending Brighton so they will probably be a future
Franklin family. Sam is Assistant Purchasing Agent for the American Mail Line. Jean Fleming
Hays 09285 lives in Wallace, Idaho, where her husband owns a motor company. Richard M.
Fleming 09335 is with the army in Oakland, California, doing laboratory work with the Veter-
inarians' Detachment, Quartermaster Depot. Ann Fleming 09405 graduated last June from
Oregon State College and is working for an insurance company.
The Sorianos have played a big part in school life at Franklin, having participated in all
sports as well as other activities. Juliett Soriano Power 09315 is the mother of two boys. Amigo
Soriano 09335 is a member of the Merchant Marine holding captain's papers. Charlotte Soriano
Paulson 09355 has a daughter. Rupert Soriano 09365 is a member of the Merchant Marine and
also has his captain's papers. Dewey Soriano 09395 is a chief officer in the Merchant Marine, he
played professional baseball with the Seattle Rainiers for three years, his wife, Alice Brougham
Soriano 09355, is also a Franklinite. Milton Soriano 09425 is a second oliicer in the Merchant
Marine. Max Soriano 09445 is third officer in the Merchant Marine. Gloria Soriano 09445 is
attending the University of Washington. Max and Gloria have the unusual distinction of having
headed our Boys' and Girls' clubs in the same year. CSteve and Beatrice ltza headed them but in
different years.5 Charles Soriano is now a Sophomore at Franklin. The other sister, Rosario
Soriano Lettich graduated from a school in Canada.
Elsewhere we have told about Al Wilson. Further notes about his brothers are interesting:
"No story of a Wilson but is tied up with Franklin High School, as all five brothers were
Franklinites. Their existence since school days is the story of a family's adventuring afield.
From little book beginnings, Carl K. Wilson, with his brothers john, Al, Frank, and John's son
Frank, and with the mother of them all, Bertha K. Wilson, now have a book business and sta-
tionery business that extends from coast to coast." Carl was coxswain of a championship U of W
crew and manager of the U of W Daily. john served for two terms in the state legislature.
Franklin is proud of all its fine families. We should like to tell of many but can mention only
a few: the Finleys-Helen Newson Finley 09135 and her children Pat Qwife of Fred Hutchinson,
Chief Petty Officer, U.S.N. and former baseball star, and mother of a young son5, Jack, Roberta,
Judy and Ted, the Wienkers-Collings, Curtis, Carl, Cranford, Clive, the Vieles-William,
Robert, Barbara, Rebecca and cousins Jack and Morris, the Seidelhubers-Anne, now wife of
Lt. Comdr. W. T. Williams, Henry who is in the army, and Frank, vice-president of Seidelhuber
Iron and Bronze Works, the Oakleys-Lt. joseph, Edward, Francis, james, Kathleen, and
Margaret, the Fordons--john, on leave from the University of Washington to teach Blueprint
reading and shipfitting, William H. with Topographical Engineers in New Guinea, Marion F.
Lee and Henley. Other families mentioned by our faculty include the Bakers, the Neumanns,
the Taggarts, the Mallstroms, the Grugers, the di-julios, the Hitts, the Halls, the Wallaces, and
the Grahams. Faculty members' children who have graduated from Franklin include: Dorothy
Trathen Barthell, Walter Reseburg, jr., Ben and jane Staeger, Howard, Margaret, Robert and
James Davenport, G. Robert jackson, Bob Benson, Donald Laizure, jean and Robert jackson,
Frank H. and Robert L. Bailey, Eugene Saalwaechter. N
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Benson, Ross, Strons, Argens, Tandy, McKay
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Track I lMain Squad?
Miovski, Lauch, Bertini, Hellstrom, Nowitzki, Williams
Dow, Lorimer, Lew, Rundle, Hieb, Kinney, Hoyle
Williams, Applestone, Gregory, Mark, Thomas, Boytler
Track II lFreshmenl
Brown, Frankhouser, Lavender
Dow, Stoops, Kramer
Price, Carl, Seefeldt, Laizure
Widrig, Talbott, Badolato
Steiner, Schreiber, Anschell, Hyde
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Second Team Football
Rasmussen. Williams, Wilson, Graham, Beirnes, Thompson
Russ, D, Robinson, J. Robinson, Albrecht, Covey
Raatz, Shadix, Armitage, Cullen, Blake'
Third Team Football
Rasmussen, Box, jorgenson, Sanborn, Lewis, Fix
Long. McCuen. Walker,
Colgan, Mortensen, Shadix,
Armitage, Farmer, Corak
Fourth Team Football
Hildahl, Grant, Darnell, Sonntag. Newland, Sperber
McKay, Backman, Knox, Lovsted, Falk, Sims, Grimes
Kimcrer, Black, D'Amico. Laws, Grant, Pearce
First Team Basketball
Susnar, Sand, Sivich, Jessen
McCartney, McCartney, Jolley
Gauche, Poole, Lee
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Raynes, Albrecht, Kuznetz
james, Haglund, Howe
Third Team Basketball
Lettich, Clark, Camerota, Eastey, Christopherson, Levitin, Braseth, Frame, Hjert CMgr.J
Aadland, DeBoer, Lewis, Lynch, Widrig, Lovsted. D'Amico, Black. Colgan
Casal, Walker, Ballah, Taylor, Rothnie, Judd
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Anderson, Olson, Windmayer, Hart, Tourtellotte
Quaker Maid Alums
HERA WARE Q1933j teaches dancing at the YWCA: Margaret Davenport Boaz C1932j is
a hospital dietitian: Virginia Foisie f1932j is the wife of Major Rusk: Eleanor Kerns f1931j
is executive assistant to the Consul of Turkey at Istanbul: Anna Haberland f1930j is a head
nurse in Olympia: Sigrid Wiberg C1929j teaches P.E. at james Monroe Junior High:
Harriet Orvis 09265 is superintendent of Ruth School: Gale Guthrie C1925j is an artist at
Boeings: Dorothy Hitt Creevey C1925j is secretary of Washington Christian Endeavor
Union: Frances Constantine 09241 is "Dorothy Neighbors" of the Times: Henriette
English H9245 designs jewelry in Los Angeles: Caroline Allamano f1943j, Pat Crich
Q1941j, Dorothy De Pue f1941j, and Pat Murphy Q1941j are all in nursing: Lillian Ford
f1940j is a dietitian: Doryanne Miller 0936, is a draftsman and graduate of U. of W. in
architecture: Helen Drazic 09351 teaches P. E. at Edmond Meany School: Muriel Mitchell
119355 is a nurse with Salvation Army in San Diego: Marguerite Johnston 09345 and
Elizabeth McClelland C1933j are teachers: Helen Flemming Smith f1933j is with the
Internal Revenue Department in Washington, D. C.: Marion Thomson 09331 is home
economist with the Welfare Department: Mary Shiohara 09421 is an insurance steno-
grapher in Chicago: Mariko Fujioka f1940j is studying physio-therapy in Milwaukee:
Mitsu Hayasaki 09405 is a secretary in Philadelphia: Margaret Ouchi 09405 is a student
nurse in Rochester, Minnesota: Amy Kaminishi f1936j is a bookkeeper in Chicago: Rose
Serizawa 09405 is in nurse's training in Detroit.
Clancy, Biel, Peterson, Williams. Gibson, Heston
Jay, Anderson, Lee, Pearmain, Blackneld
Backman, Grandstrom, Daniel, Rembaugh, Paige
Duffy, Stroben, Moorman, Kinney. Lavender, Tesreau,
Romano. Huntington, Young, Hanson
Stowe, Stoops, Waites, Rowlands, Frost, Stewart, White,
Berk, Squillace, Wells, Rowe. Kusak,
Newton, Sult, Lee, West, Schwartz, McCoy
Seaman. Kruse, Miller. Suverkrup. Emery, Moore
Wold. Cutts, Bruck, Strachan, Angell
Favre, Anslow. Chastain. Provine. Whitehouse.
Williams, Russell, Miller. Fiebig, Stillmaker
Windmayer. Olson, Dale, Blois, Tourtellotte.
Fowler, Shedden, Baron, Buckman
Carson, Anderson, Holt, Maski, Seaman,
Girls' Gym Helpers
Fales, Forseth, Thomas, Ives, Ramaglia, Hall, Berk, Thomas, Newton, Schwartz, White
Hupprich, -Davis, Harford, DeFilipps, Marsten, Messier, Pommer, Holt. Huntington, Young
Fulton, Holt, Mecartea, Engel, Grandstrom, Daniel, Overacker
MARY RAMSEY C1932j is secretary to Dr. Roger Andersong Bernice Stuart Doyle 09221
is secretary to Dr. B. F. Bruennerg Lucile Townsend Henderson 09225 and her husband
own and direct San juan International Campsg Harriette Hudson Wood f1918j has done
secretarial work in Bostong Florence A. Baes Woods 119185 lives in Indiana where her
husband is administrative engineer with General Electric Co.g Jane Wing Ryan C1931j
married an All-American football star now in the Navy and has two young sonsg Chloe
Wing C1933j is a civilian employee of the War Department, formerly in Alaska, now in
Panamag jane E. Wildermuth Coulthard f1936j, graduate nurse and teacher of nursing, has
one song Phyllis Wildermuth 09401 works at Boeingsg Dorothy Stevens Johnson f1938j
married an aviation cadetg Mary Rolfe Ringbom 09371 works in Photographic Department
of Shell Development Company in Oaklandg Jeannette Slauson Brown f1916Q says she had
"no especially interesting experiences except a life crammed full of living with two typical
American boys," one in the Army and the other in the Navyg Phyllis Herzog Lee 09385 has
a young daughterg Catherine Rogers Peabody f1923j who taught here and at Roosevelt
lives in New Jersey and has a daughterg Gertrude Davis Q1938j is with the state employ-
ment departmentg Dorothy McConahey Q1938j has a position at Friedlander'sg Helen Boyd
f1924j is a religious Worker in Ohio: Eleanor King Knuth f1922j lives in San Francisco and
has three boysg Eleanor Hadley f1934j is in government work in Washington, D. C.g Ruth
Larson f1935j is a physical therapistg Mary Murphy f1929j is wife of Dale Goss, Art Super-
visor of Seattle Schoolsg Lilia Tufarolo C1938j works for the U. S. Army Engineers.
PICTURED are: Chester Gibbon f192Oj, Feature Editor
of the Seattle Timesg Cpl. Jack Jarvis f1930j, author of
"Jarvis Footnotes to History," now featured in the P-Ig
and Staff Sgt. Jack F. Foisie f1937D, reporter for
STARS AND STRIPES. All began their journalistic
careers at Franklin.
Two of Mr. Gibbon's children are Franklinites: Dor-
othy f1941j and Ronald fFreshmanj. Jack Jarvis, form-
erly Asst. City Editor of the P.-I., is with an artillery
unit on the Western Front. Jack Foisie, called the
"most famous front line reporter," was formerly on the
Seattle Times and the San Francisco Chronicleg Ernie
Pyle gave him a write-up in BRAVE MENQ he received
the Award of Merit for his work as a correspondent.
Berne Jacobsen f1925j has worked on the China Press,
Shanghai, Seattle Starg New Orleans Itemg and Denver
Post. He is now picture editor of the P.-I. and teaches
journalism at the University. His brother, James, a
pilot, and his sisters, Arline Parrot and Sylvia Hyde.
CHESTER GIBBON . .
are all Franklxnites.
Royal Brougham is Sports Editor of the P.-I. William
C. Speidel Jr. Q193OJ is newspaper columnist C"Spot-
lighting the News"J with the Seattle Star and editor ofthe Y.M.C.A. House Organ "Y in Seattle."
Carl Wilson, brother of Al, writes "Al Wilson f1921j lived a colorful existence from the time
he went forth from high school, entering Journalism school at the University of Washington . . .
After a session in Northwest news, he went to New York as a sports writer, and by-lined as the
Hockey Expert of the New York World. But after that Europe, and some little time on the
Paris Edition of the Tribune. Back to the U. S., home for awhile, off again with the Associated
Press in London, on the Continent, and a bit of war in Africa watching the Italians take over
Selassie. London for a little while, then Associated Press special assignments in New York,
finally back to the Northwest, with Miller Freeman in Portland, and now editor of the Pulp and
Bill Hollomon after several years with the Star is now editor of the Aero-Mechanics Journal.
Jack Heise f1929j was also with the Star but has been free-lancing and has published many
stories. Jimmy Sakamoto became blind as a result of boxingg he was for many years editor of
the American Japanese Courier in this city, and is remembered as a leader among American
Japaneseg he has carried on with journalistic work since evacuation. Earl Selle f1926j has been
in the Orient for many yearsg he was in Shanghai during the flghting in 1932 and was bombed in
the International Settlement there in 1939g he is now editorial writer on the Honolulu Advertiser.
Forrest Williams, a P.-I. reporter since 1929, is now in the Navy. William Fifield 09331 has
had a successful career in radio
writing, the Jan. 1945 Harper's
Magazine published his article en-
titled "Report from a Conscientious
Objector." Sgt. Walter Rue 119241
is a meteorologist in the Air Corps.
John Kenward 09155, Ethel Geiss,
Francis Constantine Martin f1926J
are all with the P.-I.
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OUT OF the mail bag, here's news of our Art Alumni. From the sands of Aden, a letter comes
from Flight Officer JOHNNY NEWLAND, R.A.F. He still manages to do some sketching
although the subject matter is anything but inspiring. o The censors in England are surprised
by the cartoons on the letters directed to "Mom and Pop" from Lt. VERNE FARROW. Also
stationed in England is glider pilot Lt. JACK HANSCOM, a former Franklin and U. of W.
art and music student. o Representing King Neptune's region is merchant seaman PAT SUL-
LIVAN, who will not let a little water dampen his spirits or canvas. Pat, 1941 scholarship
winner to the Art Center, is continuing his painting aboard ship in spite of diiiiculties. 0 Three
cheers for RAY GERRING, whose cartoons are outstanding in this year's annual. His poster
cartoon recently won honors at the '45 Scholastic Art Exhibit. He is now "enjoying" his training
at Keesler Field in Mississippi.
On the home front-a letter from New York reports that SHIRLEY BROWN ANDERSON,
the painter of our murals, Famous American Women and the Covered Wagon, is studying sculp-
turing and painting in that great art center. Her husband, Roy, and she are photographers spe-
cializing in children's portraits. 0 And speaking of children, LES THOMPSON'S son, "Tuppy,"
must be mentioned. Les, 1941 Art award winner to the Art Students' League, is in the Public
Relations Office of the Marine Corps. He is a roving artist, sketching the G.I. at war. Despite
a busy schedule Les is finding time to write and illustrate a story for "Tuppy." It is about a
whale perched on a mountain, a mighty amusing yarn!
When you see the Walt Disney picture that features the new movie technique, think of RAE
MEDBY McSPADDEN and RICHARD LYFORD, who are animators there. Formerly with the
Disney studios is JACK BRADBURY, a leading comic book artist. He is now associated with
those who plan for a "television set in every home."
In the Speedball Text, the lettering work was done by ROBERT LAING, a former Franklin
artist. Now doing airbrush at Boeings, he is considered the fastest man with a Speedball pen
in the Northwest. That's something to crow about! 0 CARL DOMES, draftsman at the Wash-
ington Shipyards, writes that none of their twenty-two commissioned vessels have been sunk.
There is really a record to beat! He and his wife, MARY JANE CHUTE, a former Franklin
student, are living in a new "vine covered cottage" by the Lake. o Locally-JACQUELINE
JENNINGS is doing her part in the production illustration and drafting department at Renton.
In 1942, she won the Scholastic scholarship at Cranbrook Art Academy in Michigan. Unique
sketches of the Pike Street Market and ski train are reminders of Jacqueline's clever work. 0 That
personable Seattle artist, VERA AMALLEFF, has been doing smart newspaper design work
for Frederick and Nelson and the Bon Marche.
MARIAN MATHEUS, now Mrs. Richard Derby, another former Franklin artist, is remem-
bered for the Song of America, which she wrote and produced. It was used for a Franklin
Memorial Assembly and later for the Senior Graduating Program. Now she is doing the windows
for a swanky California department store. 0 Temporarily "grounded" due to the war, KAY
SHEARER SEVERSON, 1938 Tolo art editor, is holding up the home front. Kay is the mother
of two lovely children, and carries on as a free-lance artist. Truman, her husband, another
Franklin "grad," is a hard-hitting marine somewhere in the South Pacific.
From Africa, the South Pacific, Iceland, and the burning sands of Egypt, comes the same
familiar sentiment versed by GERALD PETERSON, '44, already in five major engagements in
the South Pacific: "Gee, art was surely swell! Tell those embryo artists . . . it's important . . .
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On the Art Front
Christmas decorations of originality and ingenuity made
by two hundred Franklin art students were the cause of much
aise b the Red Cross Dozens of Christmas cards, painted
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glass ornaments, large decorative wall murals and other trim-
mings were personally transported by two Red Cross ambu-
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impressed and a display was put up for visitors. Many persons
inquired about the unusual decorations, and were surprised
to learn that they had been made by high school students.
CSome of the trimmings went to Pier 91, where they met
with enthusiastic approval. One wounded sailor, wishing to
see better, asked to be wheeled closer to the Christmas tree
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To Our Readers
THIS ALUMNI EDITION has been a big undertaking! We make no claims to complete
coverageg with more than 9,000 graduates that is impossible. Hundreds of names were sub-
mitted to us by faculty, students in school, alumni, and friends of the school. We were
unable to secure sufficient information about many of themg for others we have had to
"tailor" our information to fit a particular space. Readers will think of people they would
have liked to have included. If so, we hope that you will send in pictures and storiesg we
will be glad to set aside a few pages of future annuals for interesting alumni material.
Such material may be sent either to Miss Chambers, permanent Alumni Chairman, or to
Mr. Hurley, adviser of the Annual.
We wish to thank all who assisted in providing information for this edition. We are
especially indebted to Miss Glass, Miss Chambers, and Miss Kassebaum, as well as other
faculty membersg to Mr. Berne Jacobsen of the P.-I. and Mr. Chester Gibbon of the Times,
who loaned us pictures and supplied us with much information. We want to thank all who
Filled out questionnaires or wrote letters for usg we regret if we were unable to use any
copy you sent us.
Speaking of letters, we wish that you might all read in their entirety the many letters that
were sent directly to us or loaned to us by faculty members. Our boys in service think
often of Franklin. This paragraph from one letter is typical of so many: "Some of us
younger fellows were talking about the good times we used to have at high school. How
is Franklin? Still the same, only with different kids I suppose? Sure wish I could live that
life over. I know that I'd make twice as good a student as I was then. I don't see how you
ever stood us." They like to hear from Franklinites and they ask about all their old friends.
It is with regret that we finish our work on this book. We have enjoyed becoming
acquainted with our alumni. As we have worked on it names have become personalitiesg
we feel that we know Franklinites whom we have never even met or seen. We hope that
our readers will feel the same as they read through this book.
In conclusion, we ask again that you send us further interesting alumni material. This
edition will suggest ways that it might be utilized in later books. Tolo formerly had an
Alumni Sectiong we shall be glad to revive that custom if pictures and stories come in from
A A Note on Kinds of Print Used
Each year the Acme Press selects the kinds of type which are most in keeping with the
theme of our book. Because this book is patterned after the old-fashioned photograph album,
various modern adaptations of old-fashioned types have been used. The names of some of
the kinds used are: Gold Rush, Old Bowery, Jim Crow, Marble Heart, and Barnum. They
are all much more decorative than ordinary varieties.
Elaine Holmstad's end-sheet drawing used in this book won the regional award of
Certificate of Merit and Gold Achievement Key. It has been sent to compete in the National
Scholastic Arts Awards Contest sponsored by Scholastic Magazine. Ray Gerring's base-
ball drawing for last year's annual won similar awards and will also compete in the
TO THE Ralson Studio and to Frank McCaffery's Acme Press we wish to express our
gratitude not only for all they have done to make this book possible but also for the many
years of faithful service to Tolo Annual and Franklin High School. The Ralston Studio
began doing our photographic work with the 1928 annual and have continued with all
annuals since, a total of eighteen booksg this year, despite shortage of help, film scarcity,
and difficulty in getting printing paper, Mrs. Ralston has done everything possible to make
our book as complete as in past years. The Acme Press began handling our printing, en-
graving, and binding with the 1932 issue and have done a total of fourteen books for us.
We wish to thank especially Mr. McCaffery for his generosity in approving all our plans,
Phyllis Heady fFranklin Graduate in 1937j for her assistance in art work, and Albert
Jensen for actual production of the book. The Sterling Engraving Company again have our
thanks for the excellent quality of all engraving work. With all we have had long and happy
associations which we hope will continue for many more Tolo Annuals.
Readers may be interested in Mr. McCaffery's opinion of our books. When he saw the
plans and sketches for this year's book he said, "I believe that you people out at Franklin
are pioneering in the yearbook of tomorrow. The quality of your art work is professional
to a degree that few annuals in the country achieve." We appreciate this tributeg we feel
that Mr. McCaffery is a very competent judge for, as past president for two years of the
International Association of Printing House Craftsmen, he is acquainted with all types of
printing work everywhere.
ALUMNI EDITION INDEX
History of Franklin ,,,,,,,. ,,,,..,.., 4 Snapshorts ................................ 56. 59, 76, 106, 112
Dedication ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 School Activity Groups .,......,.,.,,.........,........ 61-75
Principal's Message .,,......,,,,,,,,, 6 Music and Drama ,................ .................... 7 7-88
Vice-principal's Message ..,,, ,, 7 Sports ............,...................,.......................---- 91-103
Gold Stars , ,,,,,,, I ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, 8 S pecial Alumni ......,,,...........,,,..,...... 60, 89, 90. 104
' Faculty ,,,,, .,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,...,,, ,,,,,, 9 -12 Cartoons from Art Alumni ,.....,,,...,......... 107-111
Seniors ,,,,,,, , .,.,,,,,, 14-37 Message to Students and Alumi ...................... 113
Juniors .,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.l 3 8-45 Acknowledgments ....,.,,,,.,.....,.,,,,,...,.,.........,,i, .114
Sophomores ,,,, . , . .,.,.,,, 46-50 Cartoons and Alumni
Freshmen ,,,,.,,,, ,,,.,, , ,SO-56 Writeups .....,,.,.,.,..,...,,,,. TI'lI'011gl1OL1t the Book
Eighth Graders , , . ,.,,,.,, 57-59 Index ........... ......--------..,,,,1,, .------,, ,.,1- -----ffff,,,,,1f 1 1 4
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