Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

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Malay Siaies, Siamj fPbi1ipj1i11a'x, I11151111, China, l'IlIlUllillllI, Fijian, uml Sanlwlu lxlundxj The days when Kublai Khan's hordes swept across Asia, and Marco Polo ventured out of the West into ancient China saw the birth of the great era during which the East and the West drew closer together. Today., however, we are at the threshold of the most momentous epoch in all history -A-THE ATOMIC AGE-YEAR THREE. We in the Pacific Northwest look out to far horizons, to islands and continents peo- pled by half of the world's population- to islands and continents forming an untapped reservoir of wealth out of which can come, if we will it, a better way of life for all men. If we will it-that means the courage and wisdom to control Atomic Energy and use it to develop the earth,s resources, to raise the technological 'level of all countries, to conquer disease. If we will it-that means active sympathy and understanding for all people every- where. On our Pacific Horizon are people, like ourselves, caught in the confusion and chaos accompanying the influx of new ideas, of new patterns of living. We who have achieved freedom through bitter struggle must recognize these people as brothers bravely striving toward the same goal. Great new leaders will come out of Asia. Wealth, prosperity, and American "know how" are not enough to inspire them. To make FREE- DOM and DEMOCRACY live, each one of us must carry the flaming torch of Idealism. . . . Believe in the basic goodness of men .... Determine to' build for Peace and Security through NVorld Crganization and a richer, more abundant way of life for all men .... Batter down, through education, communication, and the free exchange of ideas, the existing barriers of Ignorance, Fear, and Hatred. If we will it-Yes, we can realize a glorious Era of Prosperity, Peace, and Spiritual Awakening, not alone for ourselves, but for our neighbors on the PACIFIC HORIZON. 'e ' gzzii flIXfIIllll7fi0'I of llnvfmfionij ' '..' k:..i . ' 4, I 'nh-n LIBERTY Democracy is the priceless heritage of every American. Freedom is the dream of other peoples, too, on the Pacihc Horizon. We must make the American system of life work so well that the whole world will be inspired to a new faith in Democracy. ATOMIC AGE Atomic energy has revolutioned overnight the thinking of men. Science is evolving amazing, breath-taking, new techniques for progress in living. A higher degree of pros- perity and civilization than was ever before known can be realized by all men. ART AND CULTURE Philosophies, ideas, arts and cultures of many lands are interwoven into and enrich our way of life. Other peoples, too, cherish their own arts and cultures. WORK American genius for invention and techniques of work has given us the richest era in the history of the world. This American skill and "know how" offers the greatest oppor- tunity for courageous world leadership. 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Have you ever seen a Seattle sun-- rise? The rugged mountainous hori- zon describes a beauty and bigness that is tremendous. It foretells the greatness of communications and trade relations about to come. l Trained minds and courageous lead- ership will be required to meet the challenge. We at Franklin have the "new lookfj Ours is a cosmopolitan school where the descendants of many races attend. Our spacious halls and class rooms teach us that no race has a corner on courtesy, courage, valor, and the things that are good. Situated as we are we get a world understanding and a first glimpse of Pacific Horizons. XVALTER J. RESEBURG UUH VIUEJW HCIPHL The Art Department is to be com- mended on its original work and in- terpretation of the Pacific Area in this year,s Annual. The Pacific Northwest has always had an active part in the development of our na- tional culture but only recently has the full significance of its strategic role in international affairs been brought so directly to our attention. From a hinterland of opportunity and frontier development it has rap- idly emerged into a section of first line importance in all our national relationships wich the countries across the Pacific. Our young people are now faced with the necessity of understanding more thoroughly than ever before the ideologies, aspirations and general thinking of the people who live on the "other side." This deeper understanding will undoubt- edly be gradual at first, but if it is developed thoroughly it will be the instrument through which our many differences of opinion can be settled in a friendly way. FREDERICK E. BREIT SPEHHS OFFICE STAFF BERTHA RICE, Clrrli MELVA YEARIAN, Axsisluul DOROTHY PFRCIVAL, Alfwzilufmf IO. . . FACULTY LITA A. BATTEY-English Literature 13 Composition 1 HARRY BENSON-Head of Science Defwarlmenl Physics 1, 23 General Science CHARLOTTE BTSAZZA--Af! Art 1-45 Advanced Artg Art Director for Tolo Annual SHIRLEY E. BOSELLY-Head of Mathematics Depari- ment Algebra 1-35 Math. Analysis 1, 2g Mathematics 1, 25 Adviser of Ski Clubg Tennis Coach RALPH BRUNO-Commercial Junior Businessg Penmanship and Spellingg Ticket Com- mittee EUGENE CADDEY-Physical Education Boys' Gymg Boys' Healthy Swim Team Adviserg Intra- mural Sports WALTER H. CAMPBELL--Henri of Foreign Language Deparimenl German 1-4g Conversational Spanish: Latin 2-43 Golf Coachg German Club L. MAY CHAMBERS-Srirurc General Science 1, 25 Alumni Committee C. W. COOK-Im1'uxl1'ial Arfs Elementary Drawingg Mathematics and Shopg Machine Wood Workingg Mechanical Drawingg Wood Turningg Cabinet Makingg General Science 'Y PAUL W. COPELAND-Hislory and English Social Studiesg Literature 1-3g Composition 25 Stage Construction ANNA M. DAUGHERTY-Srirnn' Zoologyg Biologyg Botany NOAH DAVENPORT-Head of Hirfory Dcparhmwt United States History 1, 2: Economics HARRIET DOHENY-Matbmizatics Algebra 1, 2g Geometry 33 Mathematics Studyg Adviser of Girls' Club Programs ' MARGUERITE J. duVAL-Language: Spanish 1, 29 French 1-43 French Club ARTHUR ERICKSON-Head of English Deparimenf Composition I-45 Literature 3 PHILLIP EVATT-Science General Scienceg Senior Scienceg Pre-flightg Movie Club LILLIAN l:OWLER"C0lI17!IfYl'i0I Stenography 1-4 BERTA GEORGE-Hixlory Social Studiesg United States History 1, 2 DOROTHY GILLER-Home Economics Eighth Grade Clothingg Home Making 1, 35 Dress Makingg Clothing and Textiles 5, 65 Tailoring LOLA G. HALL-Commercial Typing 1, 25 Junior Business Training NORMAN HOVLAND-Induslrirzl Arts Mechanical Drawing 1-35 Machine Drawing 1-45 Archi- tectural Drawing 1-35 Elementary Drawing5 Boat Draw- ing LILA HUNTER-Languages Latin 1-45 Honor Societyg Bankingg Composition 2 JESSE HURLEY-English Literature 2, 35 Composition 2. 35 Laboratory Writingg Annual Adviser NAN JARDINE-English Composition 1, 45 English Studyg Literature 3. RALPH JOHNSON-Hf5l0l'jf XVorld History 1, 25 United States History 25 Study ESTHER JONES-M1lSiC Eighth Grade Music5 Junior Choir5 Senior Choir FRANK KARRER-Mallwmllatics Algebra l, 25 Geometry 1, 25 Activity Card HELEN KUEBLER-Malhrmafirs Geometry 1, 25 Algebra 25 Senior Mnthematies5 Tech- nical Adviser for plays HELMA KUEHN-Englfrh I Literature 25 Composition 1, 35 Freshman Adviser HARVEY LANMAN-Physical Erluculion Boys' Gym5 Footballg Baseballg Basketballg Lettermen's Club HELEN LENWIS--Playsirul Eduraiion Girls' Gymg Girls' Intramurals LYDIA LINDBERG-English Composition 1, 2, 45 Literature I, 2, 45 Tusitala Clubg Boys' Upton Oratorical Contest MARY E. LUPPOLD-English Literature 2, 35 Composition 25 Creative Writingg Jun- ior Adviser ARISTELLE MACDONALD-English Oral Expression 15 Drama 2-45 Composition 35 Dra- matic Coachg Guidance Plays5 Girls' Upton Contest VICTOR MCCLELLAND-Music Senior Band5 Girls' Band5 Junior Band and Orchestrag Senior Glee Clubg Freshman Glee Clubg Rz1dio5 Stock- room MURIEL MORRIS--Hislory World History I, 25 United States History 1, 25 Com- mercial Law5 Senior Adviserg Scholarship Chairman FAC U LTY IZ . . . FACULTY MARGARET MOWRY'4C0lll1llF7FidI Retail Selling ERNEST NORRIS-Imlushiul Arlx Eighth Grade Shopg Machine Wood Workg Cabinet Making and Wood Turningg Wood Carving and Sculp- Lure. ROBERTA OWEN-Art Craftg Craft and Weaving3 Costume Design3 Interior Decoratingg Lettcringg Design 13 Makeup Corps AGNES E. QUIGLEY-Languages Spanish I-8 LOREN RALPH-Head of Commercial Defmrlme-ni Ofiice Training 1, 2g Special Bookkeepingg Typing lg Bookkeeping 2 AGNES REMLEY--Malhemalits Algebra 1, 23 Geometry 1, 23 Special Geometry 1 BARRIE RICE-Head of Induslrial Arts Department Machine Shop 1-43 Electric Shop lg Eighth Grade Shop: Jewelry LEONARD SAALWAECHTER-Physical Education Boys' Gym: Basketballg Trackg Football BYRON SAMUELSON-Hislory Current Problemsg United States History I3 Social Studiesg World History 23 Debate ANNA BELLE SHAW-Physical Education ' Girls' Gym: Healthg Personal Efiiciencyg Scholarship3 Big Cousinsg Girls' Club Banquetg Quaker Maids3 Health Committee SARAH SIEGEL--Science Chemistry 1, 23 Study A DAVID STAEGER-Commercial Bookkeeping 1, 3, 43 Junior Business 1, 2g Advanced Bookkeeping3 Anglers' Club JAMES STEVENS--English News Writing 1-33 Composition 23 Literature 2, 33 Adviser of Tolo Weekly3 Quill and Scroll LOUISE STRONG-English Leave of Absence WARREN TAPPIN--History Pacific Rimg United States History 1, 23 Social Studies3 Assistant Football and Baseball Coachg Adviser of Franklin Hi-Y MAE L. TOOBTEY-C0721lIIFTfid1 Commercial Arithmeticg Typing 1, 23 Commercial Eng- lish3 Special Typing PAUL W. VAN TILBORG-English Literature 1, 23 Composition l, 49 Adviser of Auto Serv- ice Club NORMAN WALKER-Hislory ' World History l, 23 Student Counselor FACULTY... 13 LELA WALTERS"f:0l!IHlL'fCidl Typing 1-43 Social Welfare Adviser GENEVIEVE WARNER-PIo'znc Economics Home Makingg Foodsg Home Livingg Home Manage- mentg Healthg 8A Home Making R. PEARL W'ICKSTROM-English Composition I, 2, 4g Literature 1, 2 LENA WILSON-Matbemalivsg Home Economic.: Home Making 1, 33 Mathematics 1, 2g Algebra 1, 23 Costume Adviser RALPH KNAPP-Boys, Azlviser MARGARET MCCARNEY-Girls' Ad'l'i.Yf'f ISABEL STRAIN-Guidance Comzsclorg Sophomore Afl- visor AMY CHIKAMURA-Guidance Serrelury FLORENCE MILLS-Librnriun L. L. WILSON-Custodian HELEN TOFT-Luncbroom Manager ALENE B. HOLDEN-szufly H411 IJOROTHY RESEBURG-Sfllily Hall Clvfk GERTRUDE STAEGER-Stuily Half MILDRED BREWER--Eighth Grade Arithmeticg Englishg Historyg Geography SARAH GROVE-Eigblb Grade Arithmeticg Geographyg Historyg English OLGA KORSMOE-Eighlb Grailv Arithmeticg Geographyg Historyg English FRIEDA PORTMANN--Eighth Gratis General Scicnccg Artg Publicity 3 P I6 , . .SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS its 4 rg, QSS J x it i og' s Y M? 1 A-E f , l sr. 1 K ' 'fo ci P.-:mr .Q Aifriser ,,,,,., , MISS MORRIS l,resii1eill,,,. ,,,,,,, ,,,, , , ARNOLD IfAI.K CShortyj--Interests: sports, music. Ambition: million- aire. Track lg Football l, 3, 4, Band 1, CCorr. Sec. 29 Uniform Mgr. 3: Vice-Pres. 433 Student Council 4: Choir 4. Vive-Presiileut.. ..., ,, H , , ,YYY, BARBARA MCDONALD Clionniej-Interests: music, dancing. Glue Club 1, 2, Sec. 3, 4,5 Girls' Band 1, 2,. fPrcs. 3, 4jg Class Vice- Pres 35 Student Council CSec. 35, 45 Noon Dance Comm. 55 Grounds Comm. 4. Treuslnwr, H , ,,,, ,, , I5II.l, IIIJRZOG fliillj-Interests: dancing, singing, sports. Ambition: to marry a good looking woman. Roll Rep. lg Ifootball 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Quaker Club 3, Ticket Comm. 35 Ski Club 3, Lettcrmeifs Club 43 Student Council -I. Sef'ri-lury ,,,,,,, , ,,,, W , . BONNIE McDONALD fBarbar.1J-Interests: music, dancing, swimming. Am- bition: music teacher. Glcc Club I, CSec. 25 Pres. 3, 435 Girls, Band l, 2, fSec. 3, -IJ, Student Advisory Coun- cil 3, CSec. 4,5 Noon Dance Comm. 5, Class Sec. 3 Grounds Comm. 4. OUR FOUR YEARS The class of 'Q48" entered Franklin in 1944, SOO strong. Under the able leadership of our adviser, Miss Morris, we have had a most successful four years. We will always look back with fond remembrance on the many things that happened during this time at Franklin. With they help of our leadership the student advisory board was formed, the vocational 'conferences were resumed, and card stunts were instituted at the new Memorial Stadium. Members of our class have participated in every activity in the school and our senior year was an especially eventful one. We had a senior dress-up day, two class luncheons, the senior play, white clothes day, and at last commencement and the senior prom. Because of the many enjoyable activities in which we have participated, the excellent teachers under whom we have studied, and the wonderful school we have attended, our high school years will always stand out as the best years in our lives. -"' -5 'fi Taliiift, A . 25 bf i . tbl, ,U . 2 4 ie li vsp, M gist: Pla' ' , " ,, 1317 rf' -1 I - 'f -, ' E - .1 ' ei ' is ., LF? f' 2 - iiegfi -t ' . f- lissiw. V , ' to I ,, 4 J le 4 . .,,,.- .- -he Off. 6 X ifw I c. Yi ' V . - 1' A - Q Miprff' as my gl' fjl, ., . - N 'li-45 I' F.: ii' liz 7 Epwm X :1W,I,l5? "'i lg 7 '.i,'1"flllH l -.1 X X . Qi "-lr" "W . Iillll fee X - X rw-,4i 'ii-ef. i s in-vt, I i BARBARA MCDONALD. SENIORS' FAREWELL Miss Morris is siaiuliug over us ri yum' sfiek in her faand: We must write a jioeuz for you fzeraiise ifs ber demaiulg A 'f0llI'ft'l'l!-IIIIF1' if should be fo fif Ibis space says Mr. Hurley. W"e'z'e pu! it of for weeks on em! and now five r1eadliHe's rouml Ike bend. Wfe multi write abou! Ffflllklill, our ieizcliers, our friends, Of sfiuiies, of jmrfies, of skips, una' amends, Iusleeul lL'CiHj1lSf fell you: our sfrz-5' bas been QVIIIIKI, .find u'e seriously fbiuk. l'll'r1IIk.IiII,X fbe best in lbe land. ADAMS, GLORIA fAdsj-Interests: music, singing, danc- ing. Ambition: musician. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 QLibr. and Vice-Pres. 3, 45, Girls' Band 2, 3, 4 fEff. Mgr. 3, Libr. 41. ALEINIKOFF, VALENTINA QValj--Interests: dancing, skiing, and music. Band 2. ALEXANDER, DANNY QDan-you-auj--Vice-Pres. 15 Student Council 1, 2, 4, Tusitala Sec. 1, Lunchroom Comm. 2: Stage Crew 3, 4, Honor Soc. 3, 45 Swim Team 3, 4, Boys' Club Treas. 4, Quaker Club 4, Ski Club 43 Tolo Weekly 43 Hundred-mile Club 4. ANDERSON, BETTY Gan?-Interests: skiing, horse- back riding. Ambition: writer. Per. Eff. 1, Girls' Club Oflice 2. ANDERSON, JOE fAndyj-Interests: sports, stamps, and friends. Football 1, 2, 3 CMgr. 2, 355 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 3. Feb. Graduate. ANDERSON, LOIS fBlondieJ-Interests: sports, danc- ing, skiing. Turnout 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 35 Rhythm Rollers 3. ANGELL, BARBARA QBubblesj-Interests: dancing, skiing, and swimming. Ambition: travel. Turnout 1, 2, Quaker Maids 3. ANTES, ALEX 1Axelj-Interests: boxing, stamps. Boys' Club Help 2, 3, 45 Quaker Club 4. Feb. Grad. APPLESTONE, DICK fPebblej-Interest: skiing. Am- bition: to become 21. St. Louis 2, 33 Yell Team 4. ATHERTON, ALICE QAI or Charliej-Interests: sports, art, dancing. Ambition: to ride a fire engine. Oak Harbor High 15 Roosevelt 25 Roll Rep. 3, Turnout 3, 4. ATTLESEY, DIANA fDij-Interests: sports, gardening. Ambition: Lab. Technician. Turnout 1, 2, 35 Honor Soc. 2, 3, Quaker Maids 3, Feb. Grad. BACKMAN, LON 1Luckyj-Interests: magic, painting, vaudeville. Ambition: professional show manager and di- rector. Drama 1, 3, Debate 1, 3, 45 Hailey High 25 As- semblies 4, Football 1, Senior Play 4. BADE, DARLENE fDimplesj-Interest: dancing. Im- maculate 1, 2, Feb. Grad. BARGER, DOROTHY QDottieJ-Interests: dancing, swimming. Ambition: travel, nursing. Shenandoah High 1, Tusitala 3, 4: Stage Productions 43 Swimming Club 4, Turnout 4. BARGER, MARGARET QMargeJ-Interests: sports, typ- ing, traveling. Shenandoah 1, Tusitala 2, 3, 4, Bank Clerk 2, 3, 43 Stage Production 4, Turnout 45 202E Helper. SENIORS ...I7 , .,.... X nlif-I'g3f'fj:E iw , X., T5 -FF, af I' ' i . - .- -s 15 "ii Ta. X 'sis' ev . . .. V f' G BARTON, PATRICIA QPatj-Interests: art, sewing, dish collecting. Oregon High 15 Band 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Tusitala 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2. BASKETT, GLADYS QShortyj-Interest: coin collecting. Ambition: to fulfill my desires. Wenatchee 1, Renton 25 Honor Soc. 3, 4. BEARWOOD, GEORGE CEdWardj-Interest: drawing. Ambition: fisheries. Anglers' 25 Ski Club 3: Track 3g Yell Team 4. BIESOLD, OSCAR QBeesQ - Interests: fishing, skiing. Ambition: work hard and retire early. Ski Club 4. BILYEU, JOSEPHINE fjol-Interest: drawing. Ambi- tion: marriage or office work. Decatur, Illinois 1, 2, Cleve- land 35 Girls' Club 45 Tolo Weekly 3, 43 Adv. Council 4. BLACKFIELD, JOYCE-Ambition: novelist. Turnout 1: Roll Rep. 1, 25 Honor Soc. 2, 3: Quaker Maids 2, 35 Inter- School Council 33 Comm. Ch. 2, 3: Big Cousin 3: Tusitala 2, 35 Rec. Sec. Girls' Club 45 Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Adv. Council 4. BLAKE, RONALD fSkinnyQ-Interests: football, skiing. Football 1, 2, 45 Lettermen's Club 2: Track 4. Feb. Grad. BLYTH, BEVERLY fDalej-Stamp Plan, Rep. 15 Tusitala I, 2: Guidance Office 35 Girls' Club Ch. 3: Big Cousin 39 Make-up Comm. 3, 4: Treas. Girls' Club 4: Honor Soc. 45 Adv. Council 4, Lunchroom Comm. 45 Grounds Comm. 45 Study Hall Helper 2, P.T.A. Usher Comm. 3. BOWLES, MARILYN-Interests: horses, skiing, swim- ming. St. Nicholas lg Tusitala 2. BRACE, DONALD fDuckj-Interests: women, skiing, sailing. Ambition: to get 32 credits and be an engineer. Band 2, 3, 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3. BRADBURN, ELAINE--Interests: badminton, drawing, dancing. Ambition: stenographer. Pers. Eff. Ig Honor Soc. 2, 4. BRICE, BONNIE-Interests: cats, dancing. Ambition: stcnographer. Pers. Eff. lg Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Stamp Rep. 35 Roll Rep. 35 Feb. Grad. BRIDGE, BOB CBobj-Interests: sports, stamps, fishing. Ambition: doctor or businessman. Roll Rep. 25 Honor Soc. 3, 4, Quaker Club 3, 4. BURR, FRED Qjnj--Interests: race horses, women. Ambi- tion: get music from a shoe horn. Renton 1, 25 Roll Rep. 3: Quaker Club 4. Feb. Grad. CAMEROTA, JOHN Qjohnnyj-Interest: skiing. Ambi- tion: engineer. Basketball 1: Baseball 2, 3, 100-Mile Club 4. CAMPANELLA, FELIX-Interests: art, skating. Ambi- tion: architect. Seattle Prep. 23 Senior Play 4. CARLSON, FLOYD Cwhiteyj-Interests: hunting, fish- ing, sports. Ambition: member of U. S. Forestry Service. Monroe High 1, 2, 3. CARNS, CALISTA MARY fSunshinej-Interests: read- ing, sports, dancing. Ambition: surgeon. Tusitala 1: St. Ann's Academy 3. CARSON, JACK-Interests: sports, wood working. Foot- ball I, 33 Hundred-mile Club 4. CASTRILLI, GENEVIEVE fGennyj-Interests: dancing, playing piano. Immaculate lg OHice 3: Choir 4. Feb. Grad. CATES, KEN QKOJ-Interest: track. Ambition: '1Al1, Sweet Mystery of Life!" Cleveland lg Track 2, 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4 fSec. 435 Choir 2, 3: Operetta 2g Hun- dred-mile Club 2, 3, 4 fPres. 45. CHAPMAN, JENNYLEE fjimmyj--Interest: making things out of wood. Vashon High 15 Turnout 2, 3, 43 Rhythm Rollers 2, 3, Quaker Maids 3, 4. CHAPMAN, NAT fShortyj-Interests: automobiles and women. Garfield lg Lincoln 2, 3, Feb. Grad. CHEEK, GEORGE 1DukeJ --Interests: sports, females. Ambition: journalist. Fairbanks 1, Track 2, Track Mgr. 3, 4, I.ettermen's Club 3, 4, Tolo Weekly 3, 4 Qsports Editor 4: Editor 4,5 Hundred-mile Club 2. CHESNUTT, DAVE- Interests: hiking, automobiles. Ambition: to get an interesting job. Class Officer 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. CHIN, QUON-Basketball I, 2, 4. SENIORS . . . I9 S 9 MV ,-,-"T-T' 1"" N ? :5 as I WQN . F Um iii li l 1' gb 3 20. . . SENIORS E 'T""""""'1"' CHRISTOPHERSON, l'Hll. QOlej-Basketball l, 23 Football 2, 3, 4. , CLARK, DORITA--Interests: music, dancing. Ambition: social work. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Make-up 2, 3, Social Service 3, fChr. 43, Per EH. 1, QChr. 23: Turnout lg Red Cross 4. COHN, IRVIIN-Ambition: gag writer. Basketball l, 2, Announcer 33 Roll Rep. 1, 3, 4, Assemblies 33 Baseball 4. COHOE, JEANNE--Interests: dancing, skiing. Ambition: stenographer. Turnout 1, 2: Make-up 3. COLGAN, RONNIE-Interest: sports. Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, I.ettermen's Club 3, 4 fPres.j 43 Class Pres. 2. COLUCCIO, VINCENT--Interests: sports, dancing, girls. Ambition: to retire young. Honor Soc. 2, Tennis 3. CONSTABLE, MARJORIE QMarjJ-Interest: music. Ambition: nurse. Operetta 1, 2, Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Commencement Play 3g Alumni Comm. Ch. 4, Two Piano Ensemble 1, 2, Gay Nineties 3, Non- ette 2. CORAK, GEORGE QCorkyj-Interests: football, base- ball. Ambitions: engineer, coach, playboy. Football 1, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball lg Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 23 Lettei-men's Club 2, 3, 4. ' CRANDALL, JACK Uacksonj -Interests: art, drama, music. Ambition: to succeed in commercial art. North Kit- sap High 1, 2, Honor Soc. 3, 45 Tolo Art Staff 3, 4. CRISWELL, J. DEAN CSlim or Boobj-Interests: photo- graphy, swimming, bowling. Ambition: photographer. Cleveland lg Tolo Annual 4. Y CROWDER, ZELTHA QCarrieJ-Interest: music. Ambi- tion: journalist. Salt Lake Utah lg Honor Soc. 2, 3, 49 Big Cousins 33 Nonette 3, 4, Sr. Choir 3, 4 QVice-Pres. 4Jg Student Council 4: Dance Comm. 4. CROY, V. DICK fPedlerJ --Interests: hunting, fishing. Anglers' Club 1, 2, 3: Roll Rep. 4. CUTTS, JOAN QJOD -Interests: dancing skiing, travel. Turnout lg 202E Helper 1, Gym Helper lg Office Clerk 25 Stage Crew 25 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Stamp Rep. 2, 3, 43 Big Cousin 2s Span. Club 3: P.T.A. Comm. 45 Social Serv- ice 43 Girls' Club Ticket Ch. 4. CVITKOVICH, ROSE fRoj --Interests: men, dancing, bowling. Ambitions: beautician, traveling, become rich. Sports 1, 2, 4. DAHLEN, JIM-Interests: wood working, radio. Ambi- tion: electrical engineer. Anglers' 2, 3. D'AMICO, TONY CP.P.J--Interests: girls, sports. Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 39 Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Grounds Comm. 3, 4: lst Team Basketball 3, 4. DANIEL, SHIRLEY CBugsj-Interests: music, miniatures, dancing. Ambition: nurse. Turnout lg Glee Club 2g Honor Soc. 25 Lunchroom Cashier 3, Sr. Choir 3. DARNELL, FRED-Interests: band, good food. Football 1: Track 2, 3: Quaker Club 2, 3, 4 1Sec. 439 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Hundred-mile Club 2, 4, Band Treas. 3, 45 Adv. Council 3. DAVIS, HELEN fHot Rodj--Interests: dancing, hunt- ing, Qfor men that is!j Roll Rep. 1, 2, 4: Turnout 1, 2, 3, 4g Gym Office 1, Bank Clerk 23 Ticket Comm. 2, 3, 43 Quaker Maids 3, 4, Office 2, 3, 4. DEADY, BARBARA CBabsJ -Interests: people, being happy. Ambition: nurse. Lib. 1, 2, 33 Turnout 23 Glee Club 1. DE BARD, DICK CFritzj -Interest: skiing. Yell Team 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 33 Student Council 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Intr. Basketball 4. DERETICI-I, VIOLET QR.1vJ-Interests: dancing, ice skating. Turnout 1. DE WAELE, DORATHY fDotJ-Interest: Al Jolson pictures. Ambition: millionaire. Tusitala 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Debate 2, 3, 4 fVice-Pres. 2, 3, Sec. 41: Tutoring 3: Spanish Club 2. DIEDRICH, PAT QPatj-Interest: horseback riding. Ambition: secretary. Glee Club 1. DONOFRIO, DARLENE CStinkyj -Interests: writing letters, skiing, dancing. Ambition: interior decorator. Stamp Clerk 1, 2, 35 Per. Eff. 1, Tusitala 2, Roll Rep. 3: P.T.A. Tea 4. DUFFY, PATRICIA CPatJ--Interests: swimming, danc- ing. Ambition: travel around the world. DUNN, JANET-Interests: skiing, dancing. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Big Cousin 35 Girls' Club Chr. 4, Class Comm. Chr. 3, 4. EASON, JANICE Uaniel-Interests: swimming, dancing, sailing. Ambition: travel around the world. Glee Club 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 3, 43 Student Sponsor 3: Swim Team 3, 45 202E 1, Stamp Rep. 4. EDLER, DEE-Interests: skiing, swimming. Ambition: to retain my youth. Stamp Rep. 15 Ski Club 4. Feb. Grad. SENIORS . . . 21 Z IN W ' ef livlft r.r . 7 7 22. . . SENIORS 'X 'mx EDWARDS, IRENE Clkej -Interests: dancing, skiing, roller skating. Ambition: secretary. Garheld 1, 2. EGGER, PHYLLIS CPhylj -Interests: skiing, music, swimming. Stamp Rep. 25 Big Cousin 2, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Roll Rep. 3, P.T.A. Dance Comm. 4, Vice-Pres. Girls' Band 4, Ski Club 35 Tolo Weekly 4. ENDSLOW, ELIZABETH CRedJ -Interests: music, swimming, dancing. Ambition: musician. Class Sec. lg Operetta lg Sr. Play 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. ENG, KATHLEEN-Interests: music, dancing. Lunch- room 1, 2, 33 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Vice-Pres. Girls' Club 4, Roll Rep. 3. FAILLE, LARRY QFaleyj-Ambition: architect. FARMER, DALE-Interest: spoxfts. Ambition: make money. Baseball lg Football l, 2, 3, 4: l,eltermen's Club 3, 49 Boys' Club Office 4. EARRAR, ARLYNE QBabyj-Interests: skiing, dancing, men. Ambition: travel, get married. Girls' Club Helper lg Office 2, 3, 4. FAVERO, LILLIAN QZuluj-Interests: sports, dancing. Ambition: teacher. Turnout 1, 23 Roll Rep. 2, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Student Sponsor 43 Comm. Chr. 3, 4, Lib. 1. FEARENCE, DOLORES QDee-Deej -Interests: stamp collection, traveling. Ambition: nurse. Lincoln 1, 25 Rhythm Rollers 3: Stage Prod. 43 Feb. Grad. FERGUSON, BETH ANN fFergiej-Interest: swimming. Ambition: social worker. Girls, Club Comm. Chr. 4. FERRIS, JAMES-Interests: coin collecting, dancing, ski- ing. Ambition: chemist. Basketball 2, Tennis 3. FINCH, BEVERLY Qspidcr Legsj -Interests: nursing, horseback riding, sports. Ambition: graduate nurse. Recl- ding, Calif. 1, 2g Queen Anne 3. FISCHER, LILLIAN fLilj-Interest: boys, Ambition: secretary. FISHER, JOAN Cjodyj--Interests: men, dancing. Ambi- tion: dentist. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Roll Rep. 1, 33 Stamp Rep. 23 Per. Eff. lg Honor Soc. 23 P.T.A. Comm. 43 Cos- tume Comm. 4. FIX, ROBERT QBobj-Interest: running own newspaper. Ambition: journalist. Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 43 Quaker Club 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3. 43 Adv. Council 3, 43 Hundred-mile Club 3, 43 Memorial Comm. 3g Roll Rep. 4. FRAZER, JUNE-Interests: sports, dancing. Ambition: secretary. Office Help 1, 23 202E Helper 2. FREDERICKS, DIANE--Interests: dancing, skiing. Am- bition: to be famous. Lunchroom Comm. 23 Grounds Comm. 3. FROSETH, DOROTHY fDotj -Interests: swimming, boating, badminton. Ambition: nurse. Stamp Rep. 2, 33 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Costume Comm. 3, 43 Roll Rep. 2, 3. FROST, GERALDINE fGerryj --Interests: swimming, dancing, skiing. Ambition: stewardess. Glee Club I3 Honor Soc. 2. FULTON, DONNA fSandiej-Interest: skiing. Operetta 1, 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Sr. Play Director 3, 4. GALLARNO, CLAIR E-Interests: dancing, bowling. skat- ing. Ambition: housewife. GARMIRE, JOYCE fjoj-Interests: dancing, bottle col- lecting. Broadway 13 Lincoln 2, 33 Ski Club 4. GEHMAN, BEVERLY t,Bev3-Interests: skiing, horses, swimming, Ambition: model, secretary. Swim Team Capt. 43 Ski Club 4. GELZENLICHTER, JOAN CGelzie3-Interests: music, sewing. Ambition: designer. Make-up 1, 2, 3 QCl1. 433 Favors 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club Oflice 1, 2, 3, 43 Bulletin Board 1 CCli. 233 P.T.A. Teas 3, 43 Student Sponsor 2, 3 CCl1. 433 Girls, Club Cozies 43 Big Cousins 33 Health Comm. 43 Teachers' Tens 4. GIBBON, RONALD QRonniej-Interests: radio electron- ics, cameras. Ambition: newsreel camera-man. Movie Club l, 2, 3, 43C1lmCr1l Club 1. GIDLUND, RAY fGidj-Interests: art, music, drafting. Ambition: draftsman, musician. Sr. Band 3, 4. GLIDDEN, MARILN fAlgernonJ -Interests: horses, music. Roll Rep. 3, 4: Sr. Glee Club 3, 43 Girls' Band 3, 43 Comm. Ch. 43 Friendship Comm. 3. GOSSET, ALAN QAl3-Interests: Skiing, women, ships. Ambition: to retire. Jr. Band 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Hundred- mile Club 3. Feb. Grad. SENIORS. . .23 WU? .X ,F- 2-4. . . SENIORS C 5,5 o.io1' YJPIBBW A " 17531 , i7?141fJ GRANDSTROM, GRETA fGerticj-Interests: men, ski- ing. Ambition: career woman. Roll Rep. 15 Turnout 1, 2, 3, 4: Comm. Ch. 3, 4: Quaker Maids 3, 4, Honor Soc. 2, Office 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket Clerk lg Ticket Comm. 3, 4. GRANLUND, JAN fjanl -Interests: dancing, eating. Ambition: teaching school. Clover Park 3. GRANT, EARL-Interest: sports. Football 33 Aug. Grad. GREEN, DICK fHansj-Interest: skiing. Ambition: live in Sun Valley. Yell Team 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 43 Tolo Weekly 3, 45 Quaker Club 3, 4: P.T.A. Dance Comm. 4. GREGORY, HELEN fGregJ-Interests: sailing, dancing, bowling. Ambition: air line stewardess. Roll Rep. 1, 2. GRIMES, DON CHollywoodJ -Interests: girls, cars. Ambition: get rich. Football 1: Tolo Weekly 3, 4. GROCE, DORIS fDodiej-Interest: dancing. Ambition: model or dancer. Glee Club 1, 43 Tolo Weekly 3: Roll Rep. 2. Feb. Grad. GRUBE, MARGARET fPoikaJ - Interests: swimming, sports, music, matl1,'people. Ambition: to be a brain, Cor have onej. California 1, 24 Turnout 43 Sr. Honor Soc. 3, 4: Quaker Maids 3, 49 Glee Club 3, 4. HAAS, LOIS CCuddlesJ-Interests: swimming, dancing, men, souvenirs. Ambition: comptometrist. Girls' Band 1, 2: Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 2, 3. HADA, LILLIAN CHoganj-Hunt, Idaho 1: Renton 2: Garfield 3. f HAKANSON, MARIE CSlimJ-Interests: cooking, books. Ambition: librarian. Per. Eff. 15 Library Helper 2, 3, 4, Tusitala 2, 3, 4: German Club 3 QScc. 4,5 Stamp Rep. 4, Roll Rep. 4: Debate 4. HALE, MAY ELLEN CEllenJ--Interests: folk dances, tennis. Ambition: medicine. Highline lg Girls' Club 2, 3, 4, Turnout 2, Costume Comm. 2: Comm. Chr. 4. HALEY, PAT fTrishaj-Ambition: to graduate eventu- ally. Guidance Office 3: Study Hall Helper 4. Feb. Grad. HAMILTON, THOMAS fTomj-Interests: automobiles, model buildings, swimming. Ambition: automotive engi- neer. 3rd Team Football lg Swim Team Capt. 2, 43 lst Team Football 4. HAMMER, ALICE-Interests: art, music, journalism, badminton. Girls' Trio 13 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Scholastic Art Comm. 2, 33 Guidance Players 23 Operetta 33 Tolo Art Staff 3, 43 Roll Rep. 33 Comm. Chr. 4. HANSEN, DOLORES CDeeJ-Interests: skating, bicycl- ing, dancing. Sutton Union High 1, 2, 3. Feb. Grad. HARFORD, MARY-Interests: skiing, Jog, dancing, men. Tusitala 1, 23 Bank Rep. 13 Honor Soc. 2, 3 QSec. 433 Ski Club 33 P.T.A. Comm. 2, 3, 43 Sr. Play Staff 4. HASSELBERG, JOANNE CFrenchieJ -Interests: men, men, and more men. Ambition: to become a permanent blond. HAYUM, RENATE QRL-:niej-Interests: cable tennis, bad- minton. Ambition: lawyer. Girls' Band 1, 23 Roll Rep. I, 2, 33 Study Hall Helper 1, 2, 33 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Turn- out 2, 3, 43 Quaker Maids 3, 43 Stamp Rep. 33 Girls' Club Help 4. Feb. Grad. HEINL, ABBIE JEAN Cjcanj -Interests: dancing, swimming. Fort Dodge, Iowa, 1. HEIRICH, FRED CFritziej -Interests: money, women. Ambition: become a million-heir. Chattanooga, Tenn. 1, 23 Honolulu, T. H. 3. HELGESON, JOHNNY fjolmnyj -Interests: sports, automobiles. Ambition: businessman. Football 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 23 Quaker Club 4. Fcb. Grad. HENDERSON, BOB QHendyj-Interests: mineralogyg botany, language, clarinet. Ambition: mining engineer. HESKER, BETTY--Interests: roller skating, men. Roll Rep. 13 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Turnout 13 Office Work 3. HESTON, HELEN-Interest: dancing. Turnout 1, 23 Sr. Choir 3, 4. HJERT, JERRY fVidoJ-Interests: modern music, moun- taineering, acting. Basketball 13 Band 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 3, 43 P.T.A. Band Leader 33 Impromptu Trio 33 Senior Play 43 Pep Assembly 43 Ski Club 4. HOLT, MARY ANNE-Interests: music, sports, people. Ambition: interior decorator. Roll Rep. 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Big Cousins 33 Mother- Daughter Banquet 33 P.T.A. Tea 3, 4. 26. . . SENIORS W in WI I life llllll I i ffl? 'f 'I I A - "Q ' s llllfi 8 fl . . A S 'X' I lfwogn kl I VV.. V- .-.. I Al,,A . 'I 1 J 45522 .fa , .- I li - - ,Q 0 f m s' .. . 2, era-wx .:,,- ' ' f 3 . e o 4 ' ' ,aj ee - Q 1 slees f sd I-IOVLAND, MARGARET CMargiej-Interests: sailing, skiing, costume design. Piedmont, Calif. 1, 2, Spanish Club 3g Girls' Club Roll Rep. 4, Sr. Honor Society 4: Ski Club 4. Feb. Grad. HOVLAND, MARILYN CLynJ--Interests: sailing, ski- ing, dancing. Ambition: advertising-fashion illustration. Piedmont, Calif. 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, Girls' Club Roll Rep. 4, Ski Club 4. Feb. Grad. HOYLE, FRANK ffirankie Williej-Iiitercstsz Agricul- ture, sports. Ambition: businessman. Hundred-mile Club 4. Feb. Grad. I-IREN, FRANCES QGabbyJ-Interests: skiing, dancing. Ambition: beauty operator. Study Hall 1, 2, 3, Ollice 33 Glee Club 3. 4. I-IUPPRICI-I, MARGIE-- Interests: music and dancing, Ambition: secretary. Glee Club 1, 2, 5. IKOMA, KAZUKO-Interests: dancing, skating, tennis. Ambition: stenographer or bcautician. Renton High 2. ISRAEL, SARA-Interests: music, dancing, and collecting records. Ambition: musician. Belgian Congo 1, 2. IVES, MARILYN-Interests: sailing, skiing. Ambition: interior decorator. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4g Student Sponsor 2, 3, 4, Talent Assembly 1, 4: Roll Rep. 1, 2, Ass. Plays lg Ski Club 3, 43 Upton Contest 3, 45 Sr. Play 4. JACKSON, SHIRLEY QShirlj--Interests: skiing, dancing. Ambition: stenographer. Turnout 1. JALLIE, MARGARET fMlFgICJ -Interests: art and music. Ambition: writer and illustrator. Bremerton High 1. Aug. Grad. JANUSEVICH, JULIE--Interests: men, dancing, men and men. Tumbling I, 2, 3, 44 Stamp Oflice lg Stamp Rep. 1, 23 Tolo Weekly 4. JAY, JOAN CJOJ-Interests: music and dancing. Ambi- tion: dental nurse. Turnout Ig 202E 3. JENSEN, RAY fArtistej -Ambition: to be a big name artist. All-City Art Comm. 2, 39 Gym Club 2, 3: Grounds Comm. 3, Tolo Annual Art Stalf 3, 45 Student Council 35 Senior Cabinet 4, Hundred-mile Club 4, Senior Play 4. JONES, DON--Interests: photography, radio. Ambition: radio technician. Radio Club 4. Aug. Grad. JONES, LUCY ANN fLucyj-Interests: dancing, collect- ing postcards. Ambition: store buyer. Costume Comm. 2 QCh. 3, 455 Girls' Club Comm. 3. SENIORS . . .27 . f it . ..-"A C ,. .Zi gi lv " xx ill' N qw -if KM, ..,. lf X X . . lllliiii' 2 . : . KAISER, CAROLE fBubblesj-Interests: dancing, skiing, eating. Roll Rep. 1, 2: Stamp Rep. 3. Feb. Grad. KELLEY, DARLENE 1KellyJ-Interests: drawing, folk dancing, badminton. Ambition: commercial artist. Glee Club 1, Roll Rep. lg Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Tusitala Club 33 Girls' Club Helper 4. KERBER, VIRGINIA fGinnyj--Interests: skating, swim- ming, dancing. Ambition: secretary. Office 1. KIMERER, RONALD fRowlandJ-Tusitala Club lg Lib. lg Football lg Band l, 2: fVice-Pres. 35 Pres. 415 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Int. Basketball 2g Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Quaker Club 3: Adv. Board 4: Quill and Scroll QPres.j 43 Pep Ass. Comm. 43 Ski Club 4. Feb. Grad. KING, JOAN-Interest: music. Girls' Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Office 1, 2, 3, 4: Make-up 3. KOSIN, HEARTHA JOYCE-Ambition: concert pianist. Operetta 1, 2: Choir 1, 2: Trio lg Roll Rep. 1: Glee Club 1, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Adv. Council 2, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, fEditor 4j, Grounds 4, Ass. Comm. 4: Sec. Quill and Scroll 4. KOVICH, GIZORGINA fGinaj--Interests: other girls' boy friends. Ambition: fashion illustrator. Sr. Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Feb. Grad. LASTALA, BEVERLY flievj-Interests: cooking, sewing. Ambition: housewife. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Stamp Rep. 2g Roll Rep. 3. LAWS, BILL CRedj-Ambition: a hen-peeked husband. Football 1, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, 4: Hundred-mile Club 2, 3, 43 Dance Comm. 3: Lettermen's Club 4: Swim Team 4. Feb. Grad. LEE, HELEN fLee-Leej-Interests: skiing, dancing, swim- ming. Ambition: travel, housewife. 202E 1, 4: Swim Team 1, 2, 3. 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Stamp Plan Rep. 3, Study Hall Helper 4. LEE, ,IOYCIQ--Interest: athletics. Ambition: secretary. Turnout 1, 2, 3, 4, Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 4. LEE, LORRAINE QLarryj -Interests: dancing, music. Ambition: to see the world. 20212 Helper 3: Glee Club 4g Tusitala Club 4. LILFFARD, VIVIAN QVivJ-Interests: roller skating, sports. Turnout 1, 2, 3, 4: Lib. Helper 1: Study Hall Helper 2, Rhythm Rollers 2, 3: Tusitala 3, 45 Quaker Maids 43 Debate 4. LEREN, MARGERY QMargj-Interests: drawing, danc- ing, men. Ambition: architect. Roll Rep. 19 Girls' Band 2, 3, Glee Club 4. LETTICH, MATT QGrannyj-Interests: women, hunting, fishing, more women. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3. Feb. Grad. I--r"'iw 1 www aguvf' .,,,y, 28. . . SENIORS LITTLEJOHN, JOY QButchJ-Interest: dancing. Ambi- tion: to be a nurse. LIVINGSTON, RONALD fRonj--Interests: radio, photo- graphy, hiking. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Track 3. LOCKWOOD, GLENNA QGlenJ-Interest: anything that doesn't involve work. Ambition: secretary. Office Worker 1. LOUGH, JIM-Interests: music and dancing. Ambition: butcher. Band I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3: Honor Soc. 3. LOVSTED, CARL-Interests: sailing, skiing, basketball. 3rd Team Basketball I, 25 lst Team 3, 45 Pres. Class 3, Inter-School Council 3, 43 Lettermexfs Club 3, 4: Vice- Pres. Boys' Club 4. LOWNDES, JIM QNickj-Port Angeles I. Int. Basket- ball 2, 4: Tolo Weekly 3: Associate Sports Editor 4, Int. Baseball 3. LUNG, EVELYN -- Interest: music. Ambition: travel. Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. LYON, BILL fXVillyJ -Interests: athletics and outdoor life. Ambition: to own a resort. Int. Basketball 1, 3. MCCAIN, JACK QDoogej-Interests: archery and tennis. Roll Rep. 2: Stamp Plan Rep. 2. MCCOY, EUGENIA Cjeanj--Interests: skiing, swimming, dancing, sewing, music, and men. Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Turnout I, 2, Tusitala 1, 25 Operetta 1, Honor Soc. 2, Spanish Club 3, Big Cousin 45 P.T.A. Dance Comm. Co- Chr. 45 Ticket Comm. 4. MCCUE LARRY QMacQ-Interests: money, girls. Renton 1, 2, 39 Aug. Grad. McDOWELL, HELEN QMacj-Interest: dancing. Ambi- tion: nurse. Lincoln 1, 2: Girls' Club Office 4. MCINTYRE, KATHLEENC Macj-Interests: swimming, and dancing. Ambition: nurse. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2: Girls' Band 3, 43 Girls' Club Comm. Chair. 4: Swim Team 4. MCKENNA, JOHN Uackb-Interests: girls, swimming, dancing, and skiing. O'Dea 1: Roll Rep. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Football 2: Grounds 3, 49 Intramurals 3, 4. Aug. Grad. MacGREGOR, BRUCE QMacJ -- Interests: sports and women. Ambition: olficer on a ship. Track lg Honor Soc. 23 Baseball 2: Football 4. MADONNA, NORMA fNormj-Interests: dancing and skiing. Ambition: court Steno. and travel. Per. EH. 15 Cos. Comm. 15 202E Helper 25 Make-up 25 Roll Rep. 2, 35 Honor Soc. 3, 45 Dr. and Nurse's Helper 2. MADSEN, BETTY fBetsj-Interest: music. Ambition: to be a good housewife. Rainier Union High 15 Honor Soc. 25 German Club Prog. Chair. 4. Aug. Grad. MAR, STAN-Interest: sports. Ambition: architect. 3rd Team Basketball 25 Track 3, 4. MARLATT, NADINE--Interest: photography. Girls' Club Comm. 25 Turnout 35 Tusitala 35 Feb. Grad. MARRIOTT, SHIRLEY--Interests: dancing and sports. Ambition: nurse. Turnout 1, 2, 3, 45 Libr. Helper 15 Honor Soc. 2, 35 Office Helper 2, 45 Stamp Oflice 35 Quaker Maids 3, QPres.J 45 Roll Rep. 35 Bank Rep. 45 Student Sponsor 45 Student Council 45 Tolo Staff 4. MAYHEW, NATALIE QNatsJ - Ambition: secretary. Study Helper 35 Gym Helper 35 Roll Rep. 4. MECARTEA, MARY--Interests: dancing, sports, and stamp collecting. Ambition: beauty operator. MERON, BARBARA fBarbyj-Interests: Skiing, danc- ing, and sailing. Ambition: to work on fashion magazine. Roll Rep. 1, 2, 35 Lunchroom Comm. 2, 35 Flower Comm. 25 P.T.A. Comm. 3, 45 Tolo Weekly 45 Ass. Feature Ed. 4. MICHEL, DOUG fMitchj -Interests: basketball, golf, skiing, and track. Ambition: mechanical engineer. Roll Rep. 1: Bank Rep. 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3,45 Commencement Play 15 Noon Dance Comm. 35 Golf 4. MILLER, INEZ fKittyj-Interests: reading and dancing. Ambition: nurse or newspaper reporter. Monroe High 15 Garfield 25 Basketball 3, 4. MINKEMA, MARJORIE--Interests: traveling, cars and cats. Ambition: secretary. Cos. Comm. 1, 2, QChr.j 3, 45 Personal Eff. 15 Roll Rep. 4. MITCHELL, HARRIET-Interests: men, dancing, skiing and swimming. Roosevelt 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 45 Stamp Rep. 35 Roll Rep. 3, 45 'Spanish Club 3: P.T.A. Dance Comm 45 Girls' Band 45 Ticket Comm. 45 Big Cousins 4: Ski Club 4. MIYAHARA, BETTY QButchJ-Interests: dancing and craft. Broadway 25 Garfield 3. SENIORS. . . 29 30. . . SENIORS . All L. ,ZW 'w a 9 Q, 1,3-5+ ,, fl K 5 V-.ff 52 Qu., JP"-'w. iii? I Nfvm-JI' . , . N wif ff X V I e ' ' K .,,f' f 1" .-- X cf- -- 2 - . , Wig- -' 'i f' ff A N-in., 1' ..'. V, hx- . 1 1:1 4,,- My ' A .1 ff., f g f I if.. "' 'fi , qegif h "XS l i Q . ' .ly MONSON, CAROL QNancyj-Interest: dancing. Ambit- tion: receptionist. Stamp Rep: 1, 2, 35 Banker 4. MOORE, ALBERTA-Interests: art, dancing and skiing. Ambition: to travel. Girls' Club Comm. 1, fChrj 25 Roll Rep. 15 Glee Club lg Ski Club 3, 43 Student Sponsor 3, Noon Dance Prog. Comm. 3. MOORK, PAT QPorkyj-Interests: dancing, swimming, and skiing. Ambition: travel and be a housewife. Turnout 1, 2g Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Roll Rep. 2, Quaker Maids 2, 3. MORGAN, DAVE QDavej -Interests: dancing and track. Football lg Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Roll Rep. 15 Noon Dance Comm. 35 P.T.A. Dance Comm. 4. MORRIS, EDNA QEddiej-Interests: music and dancing. Ambition: singer. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Turnout 1. MORRISON, WANDA QShortyj-Interest: collecting in- sects. Ambitions: secretary and housewife. MORSE, DON CDon or Swedej-Interests: fairer sex and greenbacks. Ambition: radio technician. Stamp Plan Rep. 3, Hundred-mile Club 4g Track 4. MURAKAM1, TERRY-salt Lake City, Utah, 1, 2, 3. MURTHA, DON fDonj-Interests: sports and conserva- tion. Ambition: forestry and engineer. Anglers' 1, 3: Track 2, 4. NASH, SHIRLEY fShirlj-Interests: traveling and sports. Ambition: to become 21 translator. St. Louis 1, Roosevelt 2, 33 Honor Soc. 4, Ticket Office 4. NEWTON, NANCY LEE QNanj--Ambition: artist. Class Oiiicer lg Turnout lg Honor Soc. 2, 3, QVice-Pres.J 45 French Club 2, 35 Roll Rep. 25 Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Sec. Student Council 45 Senior Play 4. OIKAWA, KATSUMI COkinawaj -Interest: sports. Ambition: be happy. Idaho 1, 25 Football 3, 45 Hundred- mile Club 3, 4. OKAMURA, CHARLOTTE-Ambition: secretary or beautician. Arkansas 1. OKANO, MAY-Interests: reading and swimming. Ambi- tion: to be ri nurse. Idaho 19 Broadway 2. OLSON, JO ANN U05-Interests: horses and music. Am- bition: stenographer. Roll Rep: 1, 2, 3: Stamp Rep. 1, 2: Choir 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2, 33 Ofiice Helper 33 Nonette 4. OSBURN, NADINE CNaj-Interests: music, sports, and fun. Ambition: dietitian. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library lg Turnout 1, 2: Girls' Gym 4. OVERACKER, ANN-Interest: skiing. Ambition: to get married. Costume Comm. 1, 2, 3: Tolo Annual 2, 3, Make-up 45 Tusitala 3. Feb. Grad. OWEN, GERALDINE flietej-Interests: skiing, dancing, men and black convertibles. Girls' Club Helper 2: Study Hall 4. PAIGE, JANET fSmoochJ--Interests: tennis and collect- ing glasses. Ambition: secretary. Turnout 1, 2, 3, 43 Quaker Maids 3, 4. PAVELICH, ROSEMARY QBrown eyesj-Interests: danc- ing, math. Ambition: buyer. Roll Rep. 1, 25 Per. Eff. lg Honor Soc. 2, 3, Girls, Club Rep. 4. PAYNE, ESTHER fPanniej -Interests: nursing and traveling. Ambition: nurse. New York 1, 2. PEABODY, JACK Uockj-Interests: flying, models, and stamps. Ambition: aeronautical engineer. Novice Track Winner 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2: Hundred-mile Club 2, 3, fTreas.J 43 Honor Soc. 2, German Club Pres. 3: Basketball Scorer 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. PEARMAIN, EILEEN fCurlyj -Anibition: air lines hostess. Turnout lg Tusitala 1, 2, Make-up 2, Soc. Service 2, 3, 45 Big Cousins 2, Red Cross 5, 4. PEDERSEN, RUTH fSadie Hawkinsj-Interests: skiing, dancing, swimming, and men. Ambition: nurse. Turnout 1, 2: Honor Soc. 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: P.T.A. Dance Comm. 4, P.T.A. Tea Comm. 4, Flower Comm. 4. PERKINS, NORMAN CPerkJ-Interests: gas models. Am- bition: air craft. PETERSON, KEN QPetej-Interests: sports and air planes. Ambition: draftsman. Football 2, Hundred-mile Club 4. PLATT, PATTI fKittenj-Interests: dancing and bowl- ing. Ambition: to get married. Fayetteville High 2. PLUMB, BETSY fElizabethJ-Interests: skiing and danc- ing. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 1, Officer 3, 4j: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 33 Class Comm. Chr. 3, 45 Big Cousins 3. SENIORS. . .31 I , . ig I. 1' ,: 3f,'.'.::y, . ,.... 1, ,L . . wi .- . 1 " H' J 8 s3g,,4 -'NSN 5 J in - Q. f?' :g.j.-g.. 5.5 Iii 5: ' t it 5 '3 V ' l :- ,I "' H '. .. 4 " -' :- : ' -' . rw Sq ,js , , ., I. , ' X, ' i' "" . 1:-... f'f' ' 2 c1"1:i1' A .- Ili: RVN! If ,f . X I 32. . . SENIORS le. :di .':j'i ' w: i li' iii, it POLLARD, GORDON Qjimmyj-Interests: reading and baseball. Ambition: private detective. Track 2: Roll Rep. 4. POWELL, CATHERINE CKittyl -Interests: piano and books. Ambition: to teach. Turnout 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 3, 4g Library 2, Tusitala 2, CPres.j 3, 4: Quaker Maids 3, 4: Scholarship Chr. 3, 4: Stamp Office 4. RADECOP, LILA CBunnyj-Interests: arguing and poli- tics. Ambition: president of U. S. Portland 1, 2. RAMAGLIA, GLORIA CGogij-Interests: roller skating, sketching, and swimming. Ambition: bookkeeper. Feb. Grad. RAMSEY, LORRAINE fRedj--Interest: tinting. Ambi- tion: secretary. RAY, EUGENE QElmoj-Interests: radio and movie club. Ambition: electrical engineer. Track 3, 4: Movie Club 3, 45 Hundred-mile Club 43 Anglers' Club 4. READ, PATI LEE CPatj-Interests: swimming, interior decorating, and horses. Ambition: commercial artist. Choir 1, 2, Operetta 1, Roll Rep. 1, 25 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Tolo Annual Art Staff 3, 4. RICE, MADELEINE QMaggiej-Interest: food. Ambition: beautician. Tusirala 2, 3. RICHARDSON, BYRON CByJ-Interests: football, danc- ing. Ambition: aeronautical engineer. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. RICHMOND, BILL fPee Weej-Interests: women and hiking. Ambition: draftsman. Track 2, 3, 4: Hundred-mile Club 2, 3, 4. RICHTMYER, JOYCELYN Uoyj -Interests: dancing and music. Ambition: secretary and model. RIDGEWAY, MARILYN fskeetsj-Interest: drama. Li- brary 1, Roll Rep. 1, 2, 3, 45 Stamp Rep. 1, 3, 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Make-up 2, 3, Student Sponsor 2, 3: Ski Club 3, 43 Girls' Club Comm. Chair. 3, 4, Senior Play 43 Tolo Weekly 4. I RILEY, KATHLEEN QKathyj-Interests: skating, danc- ing, and swimming. Ambition: secretary. Minnesota 1, Ofhce Helper 2. RIPLEY, RAEH-Interests: skiing and dancing. Ambi- tion: dental assistant. Turnout 1, 2: Aug. Grad. ROSE, BARBARA CRosiej-Interests: dancing and skiing. Ambition: to marry a millionaire and travel around the world. Turnout 1, Honor Soc. 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Student Sponsor 2, 3, 4, Comm. Chr. 3, Ski Club 3. ROTHNIE, ,IIM CCannon Bally-Interests: sports. Ambi- tion: coach. Stamp Rep. 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4, Roll Rep. 4, Baseball 3, 4, Int. Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4. RUSIE, ARTHUR CShortyJ-Interests: women, collect- ing plans for houses. Ambition: architect. Yell Team 3, Hundred-mile Club 4. Aug. Grad. RUSSELL, LARRY QRipperj--Interests: sports, dancing, girls. Ambition: teacher. Roll Rep. 1, 3, Stamp Rep. 3. RUSSELL, LORRAINE fRustyj--Interests: vocal study, men. Ambition: beautician. Aug. Grad. RUTLEDGE, ANNE QAnnie Get Your Gunj-Interest: music. Ambition: to go to England. Class Pres. 1, Student Council 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3 fCorr. Sec.j 4, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 2, Girls' Club Comm. Chr. 3, Faculty Library 3, Teachers' Tea 4, P.T.A. Teas 4. SAITO, MARY-Garheld 3. SALMINEN, JOANNE Qjoeyj-Interests: dancing, music, tennis, dramatics. Ambition: private secretary. Lunchroom Comm. 1, Bank Clerk 1, 3, Guidance Players 2, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. SANDERSON, RICHARD fSandyj-Interests: baseball, basketball. Ambition: baseball player. Baseball 3. SANKEY, HARRY fSankJ -Interests: Women, women, women. Basketball 1, Band 1, 2 fOFficerj 3, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Class Off. 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Hundred-mile Club 3, 4, Lunehroom Comm. 4, Student Council Pres. .4, Boys, Club Pres. 4. SANTILLI, DOLORES 1DeeJ-Interests: dancing, piano, modeling. Ambition: model. Glee Club 1. Aug. Grad. SCHABER, CARL-Interests: women, song. Ambition: millionaire play boy. SCHABER, HARRY lCorkyj-Interests: bowling, fish- ing. Ambition: get a good job. SCPIWARTZ, MYRA QMikcj-Interests: drama, art, boys. Ambition: artist. Upton 1, Los Angeles 2, 3, Senior Play 4. SCOFIELD, DOLORES CDodieJ -Interests: bowling, dancing, sewing. Ambition: housewife. Stamp Rep. 1, 2, Per. Eff. 1, 2. 7,1 SENIORS . .4 Pi 1 A ' It. Q 0,4 9 1 51,1 KX 9 1 NX xr. f-4 ' fff' N A .11 X . O ,lk K 'Q xl f K X mg R XV 6 I . 34. . . SENIORS IN YL-.f-'- gif!! xx +1 aw J,...m 3 QI' SCOTT, EVELYN-Interests: horseback riding, swim- ming, typing. Calif. 1, 2, Honor Soc. 3, 4. SELIGE, ERNESTINE fErnieQ-Interests: music, skiing. Ambition: doctor. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Roll Rep. 2. SHEPARD, ARTHUR CArtj--Interest: music. Ambition: forestry. Band 2, 3, 4. SIMPSON, BOB CSimpj -Interests: travel, spending money. Ambition: meteorologist. Track 25 Hundred-mile Club 29 Quaker Club 4. Feb. Grad. SIMPSON, DAVID Csimpj-Interests: radio, mountain- eering. Ambition: physicist. Movie Club 1, 2, 3g Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Quaker Club 3, 45 Boys' Club Helper 3, 49 Inter- School Council 45 Adv. Council 4. Feb. Grad. SIMSON, DONALD QSimpj-Interest: sports. Ambition engineer. Lunchroom lg Football 2, 3, 4g German Club 3. SLAGER, BILL fGuillermoj--Interests: math, swimming, dancing. Ambition: aeronautical engineer. Broadway 2, Honor Soc. 3, 4. SLEIGHT, DUANE CDeweyj-Interests: dancing, sports. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, Quaker Club 3, QVice-Pres.j 4. SMITH, JERRY-Interests: Hsliing, hunting, cars. Ambi- l Lion: travel. SMITH, ONALEE QPoochj-Interests: swimming, interior decorating. Ambition: secretary. Tumbling Team 2, 3, 43 l Stamp Office 3, 45 Roll Rep. 4. 1 l SMYTH, MARJORIE QMargiej-Interests: music, sports. Ambition: multi-millionaire. Turnout I, 2, 3: Per. Eff. lg Girls' Band 3, 4g Make-up 3, 45 Big Cousin 43 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Office Helper 3. SNOPE, LEON fI.eeJ --Interests: music, fishing. Foot- ball 3. SNYDER, SID-Interests: skiing, track, sailing. Ambi- tion: architect. Ticket Comm. 3, Quaker Club 3, 4: Ass. Ed. Tolo Weekly 45 Ski Club 45 P.T.A. Dance Comm. 3, 4. SPELLMAN, DON CMikeJ-Interests: art, music, journa- lism. Sr. Band 1, fOHicerj 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports l, 23 Tolo Weekly 3, 4. SPOSARI, FELIX QSpeedj-Interests: girls, dancing. Ambition: businessman. Baseball Mgr. 13 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Roll Rep. 1, 3g Stamp Rep. 13 Basketball 23 Banker 33 Grounds Comm. 4. SPRAGUE, DICK CSportyJ-Interests: wine, women, song. Roll Rep. lg Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 33 Hundred-mile Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Soc. 23 Intra- mural 1, 2, 3, 4. SPRING, BOB Qspringerj-Interest: sports. Ambition: to grow up to be six feet tall. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4. SQUILLACE, MARGARET QMargiej-Interests: skiing, dancing. Ambition: marry and settle down. Per, Eff. 13 Lunchroom Comm. 13 Friendship Comm. 23 Girls' Club Comm. 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Corr. Sec. Girls' Club 43 Advisory Comm. 43 P.T.A. Tea Comm. 4. STARR, VIRGINIA fGinnyj -Interests: violin, piano, sewing, basketball. Calif. 13 Cleveland 2, 33 Honor Soc. 43 Girls' Club Rep. 4. STAVROU, NICHOLAS QNickj-Ambition: politics or education. Debate fSec.j 1, QPres.j 2, 3, 4g Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Roll Rep. 23 Assembly Plays 1, 2, 3, 43 Upton 33 Tusitala 33 Ski Club 33 Stud. Council 3, 43 Tolo Weekly 43 Sr. Play 43 Scholarship Comm. 33 Lunchroom Comm. 4. STERLING, LAR ANNE QLorraineJ-Interests: sewing, and reading. Ambition: graduate and get a job. Aug. Grad. STIFFLER, GLORIA QBabej-Interests: swimming and roller skating. Ambition: secretary or housewife. Library l, 2, 3, 4. STIMACH, SHIRLEY ANN fBaby Facej-Interests: boys and dancing. Ambition: housewife. Library Helper 1, 23 Sports 2, 3, 43 Study Helper 2, 4g Rhythm Rollers 33 Tusitala 3. STRICKLIN, EDGAR-Interests: fishing, golf, skiing, and swimming. Ambition: cook. Golf 13 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Anglers' Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Hundred-mile Club 4. Aug. Grad. STRONS, DOROTHY-Interests: people and Girls' Club. Ambition: to travel around the world. Turnout 1, 23 Honor Soc. 23 Rhythm Rollers 23 Class Rep. 23 P.T.A. Usher Comm. 3g Girls' Club Pres. 4. SULLIVAN, EUGENE-Interest: dramatics. Assembly Plays 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Helper 1, 2, 33 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Upton Contest 2, 33 Debate 33 Senior Play 4. TABBUT, BILL fwillyj-Interest: horses. Ambition: own a car. Intra. Basketball 1, 23 Grounds Comm. 2, 33 Roll Rep. 2, 3g Choir 4. SENIORS . . . 35 1 f ' 4411. f 1: .1 a za 7. . FWS V20 36. . . SENIORS v"""Wff ' ,,. ...... . 2' X ' f pf' Sp-WM mv ,7l MJ Nmlllm'-. X I I t Q1 .WW A 5 1 I I g ' 2 I - a : 3' 'Z A 1. .. ' , ' E, fs fs - Q Q , 0 pt f - Q - A 0 I ps A T 1, if ' V f- x., .Q Iii' N L X 4 .1 I1 A J . J 0 . 15.34. - Q . . I V7 gg, Cf- p f A 1 1 4 3' r, - ,Hi P A 5 'ml' ill' W 9- ' I X i'ivf"f3 ,l' in . Q ., w w W lx l , if Ji Ill - ... Qfv c ' 1--vii Eli ru. Vbv ,. 4 f" - J f., , J N ,f F, -.L. lx v t ifrfwlfljyg !m,4l1.l mix TAVERNIER, ERNIE-Interest: dancing. Ambition: doctor. Calif. 1. TAYLOR, JIM fRedj -- Interests: biology and skiing. Ambition: Ph. D. in Biology. Debate l, 3: Honor Soc. 4. TAYLOR, NORMAN CThe Stingerj -Interests: sports. Ambition: radio operator. Hammond High 1: Bremerton 3. Feb. Grad. THOMAS, SVEND QBu1zJ-Interest: scholarship. Ambi- tion: M.I.T. or Yale. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Treas. Debate 2, Pres. 3: Chief Justice 3. THOMPSON, JOYCE Q0 Joj-Interests: dancing and skiing. Ambition: dancing teacher. Detroit 1: Office 2: ZOZE 2. TORELLI, MADELINE-Interest: music. Ambition: sec retary. Tumbling Team 3. TREMBANIS, SOPHIE-Interests: dancing, skiing. Choir 2, 3: Operetta 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. TREPP, WARREN QStripj-Interests: sports, travel, and girls. Ambition: doctor. Debate 3, 4: Hundred-mile Club 3. TURNER, LOIS QBunnyJ -Interests: dancing, music, photography, aviation. Library 1: Office 1, 2, 3, 4: Tusitala 1: Make-up 3. UMBINETTI, EARL fUmbiej-Interest: women. Port Townsend High 1, 2: Highline 3: Spring Fest. 4: Rhythm Rollers 4: Anglers' Club 4: Feb. Grad. VASLEF, NICK -- Interests: model railroading, music. Ambition: architect. Movie Club 2, 3, 4: Feb. Grad. VELDWYK. JEAN CSwcdej-Interest: collecting minia- ture Iigurines. Ambition: medical technician. Roll Rep. 1: Bank Clerk 1: Study Hall Helper 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Health Ch. 3: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Tusitala 4. WADUM, DOLORES QDCCJ-IIICEYCSCSI swimming, sports. Glec Club 1: Feb. Grad. WALTERS, DE LORA-Interests: dancing, skiing. Ambi- tion: dancing teacher. WEST, BARBARA JEAN-Interest: skiing. P.T.A. Tea 1, 2, 3: Roll Rep. 1, 3: Comm. Ch. 2, 3: Student Sponsor 2, 3, 4: Make-up 2: Advisory Council 2, 4: Ski Club 3 QTreas.J 4: Girls' Club Officer 4: Lunchroorn Comm. 4. SENIORS . . . 37 X-.- T MG f 11 Wi A Q fll1"' "WW n . ,. 11 ,A A iv I , 1 ,Z- qf5i24'0 .Aff-s , WD dw ,' Z ff NQN .1 F I f , t 'MAX 1 a A 5 ff A lp, Z BW, iii ' ,tt 74- , 2 2 S 5 vt r . ii, ,NX . I f ' tw-f'4ss.,A.-1-1 -,af f iz. . - if f we Wil s1?F1'H'a- laeriff XVHITE, HOUSTON fHueyj--Interests: skiing, dancing. Friendship Comm. lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CSec. 2, 31, Scholar- ship Comm. 2, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, P.T.A. Dance Comm. 4. WHITTENDALE, NONA Q-I.C.j-Ambition: medicine. Roll Rep. 1, Z, 3, 4: Turnout 1, 2, Tusitala 2: Social Service 2, Make-up Comm. 3, 4, P.T.A. Tea 35 Stamp Plan Rep. 35 Red Cross Comm. 3, Quaker Maids 3, Comm. Ch. 4: Ski Club 3. WHITWORTH, GEORGE Qliulletsj-Interests: womcn, mechanics. Ambition: world traveler. Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, P.A. System 2, 3, 4. WIDRIG, DICK QWoodyj--Interest: sports. Ambition: engineer. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Vice-Pres. 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3 fPres.j 4, Boys' Club Sec. 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. XVILKES, DONNA fPinkieJ-Interests: singing, records, collecting photographs, sports, dancing. Ambition: keep people out of my diary. Lincoln lg Turnout 2, 3, 4, choir 2, 3, 4, Study Hall Helper 3. WILLIAMS, PRISCILLA CPercyJ-Interests: sports, danc- ing. Ambition: stenographer, Turnout 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Helper 2, Quaker Maids 3, 4, Rhythm Rollers 3: Ski Club 3, Roll Rep. 4, Gym Office 4. WILSON, IVAN-Interest: criminology. Choir 1, 2, 3, 41 Honor Soc. 2. NVINTERMOTE, MARY JO--Interests: music, science, swimming, tennis. Ambitionmurse. Roll Rep. 1: Honor Soc. 2, P.T.A. Comm. 35 Girls' Band 2, 3, 49 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WOLD, BARBARA fBarbJ -Interest: dancing. Ambi- tion: beautician. WONG, KENNETH-Interests: photography, sports. Broadway 1, 2, 3: Honor Soc. 4. Feb. Grad. WOODS, LOREN CBusterj -Interest: girls. Ambition: none. Feb. Grad. YAZZOLINO, FRANK QYazzj -Interests: accordion, sports. Ambition: businessman. Basketball Mgr. 1, Stamp Plan Rep. 1, 2, 3: Football Z, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Grounds Comm. 4. YORKF., MARGF-Interest: sports. Ambition: beautician. Garheld 1, 2: Honor Soc. 3, 43 Study Hall Helper 3, 4. Feb. Grad. 1 YOSHINO, BETTY-Interest: sports. Ambition: secre- tary. Spokane 1, 2, Roosevelt 3. ' YOUNG, EDITH fEdeJ-Interests: skiing, dogs. Ambi- tion: travel. Roll Rep. 1, 2: Make-up 2, 3 qCh.J 49 P.T.A. . Tea 3, Ch. 4, Student Sponsor 3: Ticket Comm. 4. 38. . .JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS H 7, 1' Vt f Aclwseh. .,... ,,,,,,,...,, M ISS LUPPOLD .,......,,.GLORIA HADDON ...HDICK CASSUTT Preszrleut ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ist Vice-President ,......,. ,, ,, Znrl Vice-Presizlent ...,.... ,,,,.....,,, J ACK BURT eeL,,,,sUM1o so BETTY NOJI Seeretar y ,.... ...... . . ..,, , Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,, ,... ..... . . ., ,,,,. Chairman of Publicity ,,,.,,,. ,,..,,.. C ARL LOTTSFELDT Chairman of Chairmen ....,,,,,, NANCY- BALLARD SPOTLIGHT ON JUNIORS Our junior Class in uniterl stride Began this year with 'well earnea' pride. We bore the s pirit of '49 As we assembled our members along in line We backed the football team in the fallg Haa' three campaigns to clean the hallsg We held an assembly to display our Class- Q W ff f The juniors had talent no one eoulrl surpassg :UML As Christmas all roaehert we 'fathered or un 6 ' Chl f- W7 ith Santa Claus and H ynote entertaining each a oneg X, -V 'W hen basketball came the juniors were there w 1 I K Supporting the team with a fiery airg I X' A r 1. DQ, Q Qf We baekerl all drives, we purchased all tagsg S C W-'X L 5 Then we turnerl Almtriotie and orflerefl neu' flags. N A K2 2 N PN now agie qzgelzly ani flonltlzleny u L ,, X A .e uniors ave een in t e u ic e e. W S JI I 1' y WN , 9 ff?-5 III f l I' f F WN f , ,Q QD , , . g M ,IWW , ' I IJ S' L 1 H ff Mauna 2 .jf WE:-ii-is--50 X L' -if I -1 ff, A ' N F L W2 IAN- 'H II -ff i A G' - f W f, W2 I Qtrrruag I . JQNXQSC : ' NI' fi Q ' QC , 3, 'L f e 1 I ' Q N WEN T L fs' Q E Q wel- S Q if 1 m : - . 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'lui' A , es.a,:."Qg::i:---1' ,T 3 Rui' A, ,,,.6 f ' fx K-w -g - f Q X f N 4 'fa 'Wax 1: 1 .1 N gl' X K M, A K' -X N K 46. . .JUNIORS UNDER CLASS OFFICERS . . .47 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , , .......,. DICK CHEEK 1st Viee-Presizlent ,,,., ,,,,.,,,, H UGH FISCUS 21161 Vive-Prexirient ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, JOHN MCKENNA Secretaryd. ,,,,..,.,, ,...,,, GLADIE JO VICTOR Treasurer .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,, ,.... B O B KUEBLER Chairman of Chairmen , ,,,, ,JOYCE ANDERSON Arlfiser, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,..,,,,,,, M ISS STRAIN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ' MISS KUEI-IN All wser ,,......,... , ..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, President.. ....... ,..,,, , U NANCY ANDERSON Vice-President.. ....... .......... B ILL SWANSON Secretary .,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,., A URORA VALDEZ Treasurerw ,,,,,,,, TOM KUEBLER ,CLASS OF 1950 We are Sophomores now. An assembly with speakers, A dance and party after school, Clean-up weeks anrl Treasure H ants, Hell0ADays ana' Council Meetings, Bulletin hoard kept up to date- N! For these this year we'll take a how: The Class of 1950. NV fun' 'N CLASS OF I95I We,re the class of ,515 We've plans galore Then we will give a full report Of all activities ana' earh sport. ,Z Our high sehool days have just begun. 9 s For three years moreg Tp ' X l G 0 Q lx i J flIi::,1.' ., aww: . .r - X N I -.FK . 'ff - -D X . W 5 Q Zfzlzi.-.ff if . ' ' ff x' ' ' 1' 2 Ty . ' ,f if Q35 , 0 G, 3 06,6 ,Q 3 iHm,if MV S, , 4' All T7 1021.312 l 1 15.3, Ev' A K Ml. 5? F5 -. T! mamma. "1 ,ss f ,A ge '- R jjjmr E s, ,Lak a- : 'a lign . . 1 U "iffy xc. A 'il 3 I 'E T T ' .' "'V Q " - - A- 8. . . SOPHOMORES Kg. G C V. iw X l 5, , 5 Larry Abney, Sterlene Adams, Coreen Agnew, Gloria Alfano, Rosemary Ambrosio, Bonnie An- derson, Barbara Anderson, De- lores Anderson. Marilee Anderson, Eugenia An- giuli, Vicki Antenucci, Anita Atkins, Dick Atkins, Bob Aujla, Inez Baird, Peggy Baker Jeanette Barger, Frances Barry, Betty Bates, Frank Baumgardner, Bob Beck, Mary Ellen Bicknell, Rae Bjorklund, Betti Borella Janice Bowen, Gordon Brace, Muriel Bradburn, Elizabeth Bra- den, Arlen Branch, Graeme Bre- tall, Dick Brock, Elizabeth Brown Blanche Bruner, Rodney Bryant, Barbara Bucy, Dolores Bunker, Don Bunker, Bill Burns, Beverly Butts, Floretta Cappetto johnny Carlo, Clara Carpenter, Joanne Cassidy, Jo Ann Cerino, Jack Chesnutt, Connie Choy, Julius Chriest, Carolyn Christian Wayne Christopherson, Ruth Churchill, Dick Clarke, Wliit Clarke, Delores Clayton, Joyce Compton,Frank Constantine, Eleanor Corthell Charles Courville, Anne Creevey, Jo Anne Crocker, Bob Crones, Colleen Croy, Victor Curtin, Bob Dahl, Virginia Dahlen Joe Deady, Dolores Del Pinto, Mayda Dempsey, Virginia Dett- man, Mary Lou Deuter, Pat Dim- ock, Sharon Doman, Bill Dore Ethel Drake, Phyllis Drake, Georgenc Duffy, Opal Elliott, Florence Eng, Lois English, Thomas Erlenmeyer, Larry Ey- man Barbara Fahey, Eleanor Falk, Dona Fendrich, Lois Fetter, Mar- lene Fincher, Marie Fiorito, De- lores Fischer, Grant Fiscus Gordy Fisher, Peter Fleury, Edith Fordon, Alice Fortune, John Frazier, Ted Frees Teresa Fujino, Vincent Furfaro, Eva Gallarno, Fred Garbarino, George Gee, Marilyn Gibson Gerald Gidlund, Sue Ann Gir- almo, Allen Godwin, Gloria Gould, Marjory Greer, Joy Grif- fin, Bill Griswold, Evelyn Gross Norlin Haavig, Pat Hainsto-Jk, lid Hall, Betty Hamilton, Earl Hansen, Delores Hanson, Micky Harlow, Ray Harting Jr. Frank Haw, Pat Hawkins. Gwen Hebrank, Dick Hedington, Nathalie Heise, janet Helderop, Paul Helgeson, joseph Hennig Daisy Henry, Dick Herzog, Julia Hikida, Sidney Hildahl, Peter Hildebrandt, Earl Hilling. Betty Hines, Shirley Hoeffer Neil Holmberg, Norman Holt, Dave Howard, John Hoyt, Gil- bert Hudspeth, Albert Hughes, Dan Hull, Julia llles Margaret Ingo, Virginia Jackman, Nancy Jacobson, Elizabeth -Iallic, Carol Jansen, Arlen Johnson, Margie Johnson, Noreen Johnson Pat johnson, Ralph Johnson, Peggy Jones, Jeannette Joyner, Dolores Kent, Richard Killaam, Carole Kimzey, Madonna King George Knight, Bill Koepfli, Ted Kogita, Don Kotzerke, Mary Jane Lagozzino, Michael La Salle, Dolores Lautensehlager, Louvern Lautensclalager Bob Lawrence, Frances Lee, Bon- nie Lepsey, Ardcll Lewark, Dave Lockwood, Jan Lombard, Joe Lombardo, Amarilus Long Bob Loomis, Don Lundine, Aud- rey Lynch, Dick MeBraun, Gloria McDougall, Shirley McGilvray Richard McKinney, Jeanne Mc- Kinstry ,lim McMullen, Barbara Mae- Gregor, Marilyn Magcr, Joan Magurno, Pat Mahoney, John Malaspina, Arden Manwaring, Richard Matthews Rosella Mefford, Shirley Melaas, Norma Meisner, Lawrence Mer- lino, Bobbie Metcalf, Bruce Michaud Caroline Middleton, Theresa Mig- liore, Diane Miller, Myrna Mil- ler, Tom Miller, Joann Miori SOPHOMORES . . . 49 7 X 50 . . . SOPHOMORES ,D Y fr'-5 we N95 hd 4 . A dt Wayi1e Misenar, Pat Mittelstaedt, Dick Money, Bob Mooney, Ar- thur Moore, Bessie Moore, Al Morse, Jeanne Morton Bob Mowery, Jack Murray, Esther Myers, Gloria Nelson, June Nel- son, Grant Nevels, Dolores Ober- maier, Dorothy O'Brien Lois Olsbo, Delorez Olson, Joy O'Neil, Eugene Orrico, Judy Paine, Greg Pallis, Mary Jane Paradise, Dennis Parker lid Parker, Vaughn Parker, Eify Paulos, Mary Paulos, Frankie Pawley, Chuck Pearmain, Delores Pelham, Eve Pelones Nat Penrose, Joy Pepin, Dee Pepke, Barbara Person, Arlene Petersen, Jean Peterson, Donna Rae Pfister, Hazel Phillips Don Plath, Roberta Power, Jo- Anne Ragon, Wayne Rasmussen, Jim Rassat, Elaine Ray, Clyde Reed, Joanne Reed Sherman Richmond, Sondra Rid- tlel, Angelina Roekey, Tex Rod- dam, Albert Rodes, Marilyn Roe- dull, Joan Rush, Betty Rushton John Rydgren, Doris Sabel, Lor- raine Sablak, Vivian Sanden, Margie Santo, Bettie Savage, Lil- lian Savage, Delora Schaitel Delores Scheeler, Dave Schleiffers, Heraldine Schmidt, Ferdinand Schmitz, Elsie Schneider, Phyllis Schoening, Jean Schulke, Donald Scott Gwen Scott, Shirley Scott, Jim Sepal, Wfayne Severson, Evelyn Shaw, John Shoe, Bette Jean Simpson, Shelia Simson Pat Skeppstedt, Doreen Slagle, Russell Sleight, Billie Deane Smith, June Smith, Joan Smythe, Margie Sotiroff, Nancy Staples Jerry Stefano, Barbara Stokes, Andy Sullivan, Dan Sullivan, Harry Sumner, John Sundquist Patricia Thomas, Shirley Jo Thomas, Rosemarie Torelli, Jimmy Travis, Eva Trembanis, LaVonne Tripp joe Uinbinetti, Bob Unick, Mari- lyn Upchurch, Burnell Upta- grafft, Marie Vacca, Jimmie Jean Vansickle, Milo Van Voris, jo- anne Verginia. Don Vey, Delores NVallace, Eva W'ashington, June Watanabe, Tai W'atnnabe, Bessie Vlebby, Robin Weiss, Carl W'hite. Vernon W'hitney, jr., Lois Wliit- worth, Diana Wiclrig, Sally Wid- rig, Darlene Willig, Joanne Wicse, Marilyn Vlfilson, Albert W'ong. Philip W'ong, Charles Wurster, Barbara York, Barbara Jean Zienka, Romny Brown, Anna Louise Catoni, Titus Cummins, Gordie Fisher. Alice McDermott, Philip Mon- zon, Dan Patterson, Florence Pierce, Dave Richards, Betty Schifsky, Dolores Sturman, Gracia Vannice. Franklin is justly proud of its swim team, now the strongest in the city. Last August at Green Lake Franklin beat West Seattle by two points to take the city championship. W'e placed in ten events out of twenty. To win this meet we took eight Firsts, two seconds, and two thirds. Much credit goes to the girls and boys of the swim team, who organized them- selves and won the meet without the assistance of a coach. SOPHOMORES . . . 51 . . . FRANKLIN SWIM TEAM Conover, Pat7old, Thome, Lombardy, Hamilton, Hughes Alexander, Dennis, Little, Laws, Bates Gehman, Moore, Grube, Lee Klelntyre, Frickson, XVilscn 52. . . FRESHMEN Patty Abbey, Alf Ahron, Char- lotte Albrecht, Jerry Alhadeff, Barbara Allen, Marilyn Allen, Ruesso Alston, Clarence Ander- son Ruth Anderson, Carol Andreas, Anita Anicello, Lewis Archer, Dean Armitage, Ardythe Arndt, Jim Asp, Carol Backman Joan Bailey, Betty Baker, Jean Baker, Molly Baker, Shirley Balch, Homer Baldwin, Julia Barros, Toby Barto Adrienne Bassie, Marlene Beck, Anne Becker, Bob Beldin, Barbara Benjamin, Ross Bentley, Jack Bereiter, Dennis Bilden Pat Bollinger, Azile Bowen, Mary Lou Braden, Wayne Bradshaw, Marjorie Brewis, Dom Bronele, Don Brooks, Dale Brown Warren Bucy, Dolores Campbell, Kathleen Campbell, Joann Cap- piello, Jeannie Carson, Gregory Chenaur, Art Chetlain, Marlin Christopherson John Church, Janie Clancy, Jim Clifford, Carol Collins, Neta Combs, Janelle Coney, Poppy Copeland, Rodger Coulter Eugene Courville, Richard Cowan, Donna Crandall, Rae Creevey, Frank Crueger, Thelma Cumberledge, Sally Currier, Mary Dallas Jean Damascus, Joyce Daniels, Mary Darnell, Dick Daugherty, Howard Davidson, Nancy De- Heer, Marty DeLaurenti, Juanita DeMarco Paul Demitriades, Sally Dick- man, Yvonne Dietz, Lucia DiLaz- zaro, Jo Ann Dilworth, Elizabeth Dimock, George Drew, Dominick Driano Bessie Dubich, Bruce Duncan, Carol June Duncan, Glenn Ed- wards, Evelyn Egan, Donald Eller, Myrtle Elliott, Corinne Ely Eleanor Eng, Barbara Erickson, Roger Erickson, Betty Lou Evic, Bert Ewing, Shirley Falt Douglas Fanning, Donald Far- linger, Tommy Farlinger, Joleen Farmer, James Feely, Susan Fen- ton Dick Fike, Peter Finley, Donald Fischer, Jack Fix, Jim Fletcher, Donald Freeman, Donna Free- man, Helen Frisendahl Elmerie Frost, Donald Fuda, Edy- the Gallinger, Janet Galloway, Knowl Gaskin, Beverly Gaunt, Dolores Gibbs, Marjorie Gill Ed Gilmore, Sarah Glaefkel, Jeanne Go, Jerry Goldsmith, Bill Goodglick, Pat Gore, Betty Gott- behuet, Lcola Ray Gotz Bob Grant, Darlene Grant, Judy Graves, Carol Grilling, Barbara Griswold, Lionel Gudgel, Josene Guiberson, Dick Haverkorn Bill Haddon, Arne Hall, Norman Hallam, Esther Hanan, Helen Hanson, Larry Hanson, Duane Hartman, Charlotte Havens Chuck Heald, John Held, Andy Hengesteg, Eddy Henry, Bev High, Sylvia Hill, Rachel Hinsee, Marcella Hofer Don Holmes, Barbara Hopkins, Bob Howe, Thomas Hudspeth, Marilyn Huffaker, Donna Hull, Charles Humphreys, Virginia Huntington Betty Ingraham, Marvin Jackson, Frank Jarvie, Lois Jarvis, Harry Johnson, Phyllis Johnson, Shir- ley Johnson, Janet Kamla Chuck Kern, Jim Knight, Marlys Kounkel, Shirley Kyle, Dorothy Lambert, Harold Lamon, Judith Landry, Jean Langlow Gloria Larsen, Madeline Larsen, Paul Larson, Dorothea Laturnus, Bonita Lee, Bill Levy, Shirley Lew, Rita Libri Pat Liescke, Betty Losnegaard, Stanley McCallister, Barbara Mc- Cloud, Jim McConville, Charles McDermand, Lavonne McElhosc, Mary Lou MCGivern George McGrady, John McKillop, Bill McQuade, David MacLean, Geraldine Madison, Josephine Mn- laspina Rudy Malaspina, Christina Marr, Geneanne Marshall, Barbara Marx, George Mathison, Jean Matsumura FRESHMEN . . . 53 p51 Q XKQQ5 ' x w Max. N if 4 , f 'lim ..,. "2 ,.,f , I tw- . N 'I S ,Q 54. . . FRESHMEN A Karleen Mutthiesen, Uelphlane Maynard, Leana Maxey, Bob Mendel, Danny Meredith, Ron- nie Metcalf, Frederic Meyers, Al Miller johnny Milller, Elsie jean Mit- chell, Faye Mondschein, jim Money, Donald Montgomery, Colleen Moore, Erlyn Moore, jo- anne Moran Ken Morehouse, Naomi Morgan, Bill Morgenstern, .Ierrie Morrison, jackie Munslow, Suzanne Mur- dock, Barbara Nechvaral, Paula Neuman Audrey O'Brien, Doris O'Brien, Bonita Ohl, Roger Oliver, Don Olsen, Margaret Olsen, Mary Ellen Olsen, Barbara Olson janet Olson, Mamie O'Quist, Robert Paige, Lorna Pals, Eleanor Panziea, Iris Pardo, Lee Parker, Sally Parrish Esther Pedersen, Paul Pedersen, Phyllis Perkins, Barbara Peterson, June Petty, Marian Pherson, Bill Picchena, Janice Poslca Peter Pratt, Donna Prey, Irene Quince, Richard Ramsey, Fred Reed, Ruby Reeder, Carol Lou Reynolds, Barbara Richardson Donald Riggs, Bill Robbins, Jim Roberts, Karen Robertson, Wini- fred Rodes, Alba Rossi, Mary Joyce Rouleau, Leonard Sabin Bill Sadler, Cnthleen Sameshima, Delores Sams, Margaret Sander- son, Norman Sehack, Herb Sehey, Merry Schirmer, Marion Schlen- ker Harriet Schneider, George Schwendeman, Jesse Simpson, janet Slauson, Bill Smith, Carol Smith, Dorothy Smith, Gerald Smith Allan Snyder, Marsha Solomon, Dorothy Spittler, Glen Starken- burg, Judith Steen, Eddie Steffan, Clifford Stenvall, Shirley Steven- son George Stiers, Helen Stiers, John Stirrat, Dan Swett, Ernest Tay- lor, Halsey Taylor Phillip Taylor, Gloria Templet, Bob Terhune, Keith Thielieke, ,lim Thomson, Jane Trial Barbara Trott, Coralie Turnquist, Sharon Unger, Gaye Veenhuizen, Gloria Wahlgren, Virginia Will- lace, John Warner, Earl Wasner. Jo Ann NVeibling, Jack W'icks, Nancy W'ildman, Donald Wil- lard, Stan Williams, Fredric Willey, Jean Wilsco, Bob Witt- auer. Beverly W'orden, Dick W'raspir, De'lores Wright, Jim NVright, Marilyn Wright, Rosanne You- dene, Harold Zeek, Marlene Adams. John Akers, Darinka Antovich, Mary ApRoberts,Harry Asplund, Sheila Austin, George Bal-tken, Bob Benson, Lynn Bentley. Charles Bicknell, Darlene Buck, Donald Burns, Joanne Call, Flui- ence Campeol, Larene Carlson, John Chiekerti, Phillip Chinn. Rita Clark, Marvin Coe. Frances Collins, Richard Congdon, Dc- lores Cook, Richard Cross, Sue Delong, Richard Detjen. Dixielee Dodd, Phil Efron, Nancy Eng, Helene Fine, Maxine Forc- man, Gerald Gifford, Caroline Graves, Frank Greco. Jerry Green, Charleen Hendrick- son, Joan Hiatt, Don Hillestad. Beverly Hitt, Ethel Hubbard, Milan Janusevich, Jack Johnson. Paul Kaimakis, Margaret Karl- berg, Doreen Kean, Harriett Kirchberg, Bob Kirkman, Mar- garet Lambert, Jim Larkin, Nancy Lee. Jean Loomis, Louis Lord, Pete Lubetich, Frank Lundin, Don- ald Mclntyrc, Ulrick Mettler, Barbara Middleton, Beverly Mit- chell. Jack Murray, Bernice Nevels, Ronald Perry, Gwynn Plews, Martha Polic, Sylvia Randmel, Janet Rask, Tum Ratcliffe. Diana Ratlitf, Don Richmond, Stanley Ridley, Doug Riggs, Charmian Rivenburgh, Jack Rollo James Russell, Joe Shaw. Robert Silltett, Margaret Simpson, Mari- lyn Steffan, Kay Trantum FRESHMEN . . . 55 sur' ,af Wil' if I , a v X ' ,J " i I W -,,. N L , 56. . . FRESHMEN-EIGHTH GRADE ta.,.: rig 6 Q U 0 EEZ: - 2:2 vlvl .,,.,. 3 3 A .naw A Q Q I lya, r Q Q' A C are 6 6 Q L0 l 1' 4 XS, P .57 W W Jacqueline Truman, Sandra Vieg, Clifford Warden, James Whit- worth, Claude Williams, George Willig, Edna Wise, Jeanne Young Olga Zistatsis EIGHTH GRADE A Aleda Agnew, Ivy Ahron, Doro- thy Anderson, Edgar Anderson, Paul Andonian, Vern Avery Marion Bair, Jerry Ballaine Jack Bannister, Stan Beetham, Gwen Bilden, Joanne Bliss, Sylvia Boin, Delbert Branch, Bob Burt, Janice Christopherson Bonnie Clark, Lonnie Coghill, Don Collis, Don Cox, Don Crafts, Don Cruickshank, Tom Deady, Jeanne DeLappc Larry Dodd, Muriel Dunn, Joyce Edwards, Rose Elliott, Barbara Evans, Marlene Fountain, Margie Fuecker, Shirley Gerrard Blake German, Robert Gilman, Frank Gilpin, Richard Girsh, Danny Glaefke, Pat Goddard, Jerry Green, Forrest Hodges Grace Hoyle, Denis Jackson, Alice Jacox, Donald Jeffery, Delores Johnson, Alex Kibizoff, Lenora Kimpton, John Lane Michael Lane, Margie Leon, Pat Lewis, Joann Lundberg, Ronny Lynn, Nancy McCartney Vicki McClelland, Jean Martin, Steve Massey, Mary Lou Meese, Jack Meyers, Aileen Mills Gordon Mitchell, Glenda Olson, Mark Owen, Nancy Owens, Janet Paine, Nancy Peabody, Barbara Jo Pelton. Phyllis Penrose Yvonne Peterson, Ralph Pierce, Jim Plumb, Elaine Poole, john Pritchett, Rene Rassat, Joanne Risdon, Evelyn Schleiffers Merrilee Seabrook, Betty Shoe, Isabel Sigel, Marlene Silver, Shirley Skinner, Vivian Smith, Carol Steffan, jim Stoner Sonya Sumner, Tsukiyo Tanino, Marilyn Thompson, Don Travis, DeVere Turner, Dorothy Wagiier, Janie Whrner, Cathy Welander Lois W'esley, Laura XVhite, Henry Xviese, Bob Wfilson, Kay Yolland Iirnic Badolato, Kenneth Barnes, Bill Breen, Yvonne Burt, Kent Clark, Paul Dedomenico Roddy Guiberson, Barry Hansen, John Hansen, Arthur Holt, Fanchon Kadish, Carol Ann Knowlton, john Lee, Larry Lotz Dick Lux, Dan Mackey, Bette Miller, Arlelia Nevels, Tony Parker, Marlene Pearce, Arlen Pcarsall, Marjorie Peer Beverly Pierson, Joyce Rauscher, ,Ioan Reed, Jean Scott, ,lim Skagen, Felix Skowronck Pete Sobich, Bruce Thornton, Robert Warield, Ronald Westerlund, Frank Young, Joe Young FRESHMEN-EIGHTH GRADE. . . 57 Xfbw 6 0 Q i lun 'fix R J f., rw: 1? L ,. 'r E 5 BE S 4 f A E 5 SE S E 2 I sl E i 1 52 I 1 3 5 I '. X 3 ri 7 'i ,, -5 , .Nw T 1. K fi if Q 3 5 H 60. . .TRACK Cinch SZ13lVV.lCClllCI', R. Richardson, Jcmcn, Rasmuaacn, Roddnm, Shnhino, Blake, Kamlu, Robinson, Kramer Kelly, Brandrup, Sankcy, Baldwin, Ruflin, Box, Williaxims, VI. Richardson, Newland Lynch, McPherson, Cerinu, Martin, Peabody, Law, Fitlx Rnxcliffe, Mar, Rasmussen, 'l4r,1cy, Nlualclln, Sunderland, Steadman, Shivel, McKcnn.1 Perkins, Kotzcrkc, Correa, Newell. Brunch, llnknnson, lhxtricclli, Oquist, Carter, 'Brown Binnic, McAllister, Clmusnult, Phillips, Mnnzon, Kalchuloc, Louie, Kramer TRACK-SPRING 1947 HONORARY CAPTAIN: LES KRAMER SAALWAECHTER INSPIRATIONAL AWARD: BUIZRK NY'TI,l.IAMS QA new trophy prcscntcd by Mr. Bucrk XY'illia1ns, Sr., Claw of l9I6.j ALL-CITY WINNERS: BUERK VVILLIANIS C880-Istj, RON BLAKE Cbllllf-4-475, BOB BRANDRUP Qnlilc-irffj, JAY JENSEN fpnle vault-tied 4lbj, JOHN RICHARDSON qhigh jump-Zurlj. 62. . . BASEBALL-SPRING 1947 FIRST TEAM Anderson, Gribble, MeKeown, Lombardy, Ruthnie, Pearson, Senior, Sanderson, Dilnxzzaro, Merlino, Baker Dupea, Dennis, Bates, Herzog, Sposari, HuHm.1n, Yazzolino, Camcrota, Carrnbbn, Coach Lanman Calvert, Gaunt. Peterson Casnl, Harrington, Richardson, Ballah, Townsend, nrvis, Cornk , . . FRESHMAN TEAM Vacca, Blanchard, Snyder, Nliclmud, Malaspina, Hull, Plath, Broad, Arbicor Garbnrino, Burns, Burt, Conslnntino, Snvisky, jackson, Hall, Branze, Fountain Clark, lmmbnrdo, livnns, W'hite, Gruylesw, Schaefer, Vey, Orriccn BASEBALL-SPRING 1947 . . .63 MANAGERS TRACK: Wade, Anderson, Livingston, Knight BASEBALL: Baker, Gribblc, Anderson, Mcrlino BASEBALL AWARDS Honorary Caplain: SAM CASAL :UI-Cily: MICKFY BALLAH Cscconci tearnj 64 . . . TENNIS-GOLF-SPRING 1947 TENNIS Morris, Lyslwl, Finlayson, Stoops, Coluccio, Franklin, Lomax, Conch Panzicn Dunn, Gliolscm, Tlicis, WiLlrig, Huppriclm, McKay GOLF Coach Campbell, Wilkinson, Clarke, Sanborn, Barclay Paige, Mozzonc, Beck, McCalliclc FOOTBALL . . . 65 Card Stunts were put on for the Hrst time this year by our Glee Club, Band, and many other school organizations. They were colorful, outstanding, and original. They included a giant pumpkin, the Word "GIVE" and a large Red Cross, an American flag, a block "C" for the Cleveland game, a block "G" for the Garfield game, a block UL" for the Lincoln game, and a complete spelling-out of "FRANKLIN,' for all games. The Glee Club worked many long and hard hours in preparation of these stunts, and their officers were largely instrumental for the organization of the different groups. 66 . . . FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM SCORES 1. CALVERT-Qmlrlwburfe, 2. KELLEY-Hulfbuck 3. RICHARDSON-Hzlff124l1'k 4. E. BATES-Em! 5. CHRISTOPHERSON-G1Inl'd 6. SONNTAG-Erllf 7. COLGAN-Center 8. A. HUGHES-Halfburk 9. BROZOVICH-Guard Il. NI. BATES-Hzllfbdrk 12. KAMLA-Guard 13. FARMER-Tackle 14. LOMBARDY-Tnfklc SMITI-I--Fzzlllmck HELGESON-Cr'11!vl' YAZZOLINO--Fullbavk, WALKER-Ha1fl2ur'k YOUNG-End HAMILTON--Erlrl FALK-Trlfkfs' BALLAH-Qzzarlwlnzrk RODDAM-Cenlnr CORAK-Guard HUGPIES-F111ll2zlfk SINIPSO N-Tavk Il' FRANKLIN , . ,.,.,, 0 BALLARD FRANKLIN H . ,.... 13 CLEVELAND FRANKLIN W 0 GARFIELD FRANKLIN ,,,, , ,,,.., 7 LINCOLN .YY.,.,.. , FRANKLIN , , 6 QUEEN ANNE FRANKLIN , W . ....., 13 ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN W ...,,,, 6 WEST SEATTLE AWARDS ' Honorary Caplain: DALE FARMER Bvsl Player Award: DALE FARMER CSidney Trathen Cupj Inspiralionul Awami: RONNIE COLGAN All-Cily: DALE FARMER, JOHN SONNTAG Smziilf All-Starx: DALE FARMER, .IOIIN SONN FAC BYRON RICHARDSON FCOTBALL . . . 67 SECON D TEAM Pile, Burt, Haralsun, lrlumniul, Sundquisz, Iforgcy, MacGregor, Tracy Ruclclana, Mason, Oikawn, Nlclicc, llrnlovicla, Michnucl, Wfcigclr, Kogitn, A. Hughci llrlcnmcycr, Rcchichi, Wlclcli, Goodsun, Arhicor, li. Fiechcr, D. Fischer, Kulnctl, Kelley llughcs, XY'.1lkci', Conover, Faillu, flaunt, Rasmussen, Raincy THIRD TEAM Olson, Larson, Asp, Grant, Conover, Rhodes. lilancliarcl, lllvingcr, Mr. Tappin Ewing, Branch, Holt, w7llllRI11S. Potter, Pcarmain, Darrow, Ruud McCallum, Clark, Tliomc, Larkin, Moxcy, Delaurenti, Hull, Haddon, Atkins, McKinncy McKenna, McGrady, jackson, Smith, jenkins, Malaspina MANAGERS Tliiclicke. Perkins, Mcrlino, Murray Check. llanvig, Clark, Knight, XY'ing, lfix 68 . . . BASKETBALL FIRST TEAM Carrabba, Gnurrlg Kuznctz, forwunlg Lovstcd, gmmlg Rothnic, 4'v11frr'5 Spring, forwrlrxlg W'idrig, fUl'IL'rll'1, SECOND TEAM Burt, forusardg Calvert, guanlg Dahl, ceulmg lfinlnyson, I'l'1lfl'1'j Levitin, gurmlg Pinnock, XIIIIVIIQ Picchcnn, gnarflg Wilckcnw, Iforwarfl. THIRD TEAM lfinley, Meyers, Metcalf, Worster, Reed, Larkin Coustantino, Bradshaw, Conover, Wl1itcln1Ak, McKillop, LaSalle MLJZZOIIC, Abney, Benson, Darrell, Archer, Pedersen MANAGERS Anderson, Forgey Hnavig, Clark Hall, Knight, Meredith BASKETBALL 69 SCORES Firsi Ronml S L'c' om! Round l"ra4zkli11 Ojrjzomwi Tnurzs lfranlzlin Ojsponeni 42 , , ,44 ,,,, ,, BALLARD , ,,,, 31 ,,,,, ,,,,,,43 38 ,36 ,,,,,, CLIQVELAIXID N ,30 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,20 28, 50 ., ,, GARFIELD . N20 ,.,, 51 26 ,,,,,, ,,,, 6 ZW ,W LlNCOL.N ,,,, ,,,,, 4 I ,,,,,, ,WW34 47 , , 44 ,,,,,,, QUEEN ANNE,, 42,,,,W,,,, 34 44 -H , ROOSEVELT ,, ,, ,35 . 37 Qmwz Arun' l'luynjf af Smiifv 0011.46 FRANKLIN ZR 1 QUEEN ANNE 34 AWARDS Honorary Cupfain: JIM ROTHNIE Inspiraliomzl Award: CARL LOVSTED Fr f'1' Throw Award: JOE YOUNG, EDDI F HENRY All-City: CARL LCVSTED Qsecond rearnlg JIM ROTHNIE fHonnmble Mentionj. 7G . . . LETTERMEN-'IOO MILE CLUB LETTERMEN Sanliey, Carrnbbu, Thies, Smirh Kamla, Merlino Falk, Giles, Sonnlug, Lombardy W'adc, Murray Sposari, Hupprieh, Townsend Jarvis, Widrig, Cates 1 1 1 Yazzolino, Pitts, Rodclam, l.ov- sued, Rothnic, Chesnutt Helgeson, Fix, Anderson, Bates Herzog, Cheek, Peabody Anderson, McCallick, Calvert 9 1 Beck, Christophe rson, Harring- COII Farmer, Corals, Ballah, Colgan Pearson, D'An1ico l00-MILE CLUB Cassutt, Moore, Rarclitfc, Carson 1 1 Richmond, Dankunbring, Slliicl, Alexander, Crccvey, Nlooncy Ralston, Drysdalc, Anderson, Correa, Blyth, Larsen Morse, Norris, Snyder, Kramer Grant Peterson, Shoe. Iwata, Fischer, Morse Jensen, Chcslnmt, Peabody, l,u.1e, Wfilliamson Wylie, Oettel, Kcrlin, Ray Oquisl, Clark, McKenna, Kot lei-kc,Wadc Cates, Chesnull, Kannln, liilts Roddam 1 QUAKER MAIDS-GIRLS' SPORTS . . . 71 QUAKER MAIDS Sunderland, Swanson, Leflard, Stimaeh, Bedell, Grandstrom, Condon W'illiams, Davis, Chapman, Powe ers, Gotz, Dahlgren, Hitt Paige, Marriott, Lovsted, Ander- son. Holeman, Haas Wesley, Lee, Goddard, Lee, Lung Byrne, Delver, Haddon, XVagner, Chetlain, Peters Hart, Frank, Noji, Stollery, Chil- tenden GIRLS' SPORTS The lintramural Program for girls is directed by Miss Lewis. lt includes hiking, swimming, table tennis, badminton, baseball, volley ball, soft ball, and tennis. Some of the outstanding players in these sports are: Pat Stollery, Arlene Gritlin, Gwen Scott, Carol Reynolds, Helen Hanson, Lois Fetter, and Barbara Petter, in table tennis, Billie D. Smith, Joanne Wiese, Eugenia McCoy, Dorothy Froseth, Elaine Bradburn, Marlene Beck, and Beverly Finch, in badmintong Virginia Huntington, Judith Landry, Dorothy Smith, Sally Parrish, Jo Ann Weibling, Joleen Farmer, and Mary Darnell, in freshman baseballg Barbara Nechvatal, Jeanette Barger, Margie Santo, Rosemary Torelli, Dorothy Barger, Merry Schirmer, Erlyn Moore, Carol Grifhng, Betty Noji, and Pat Stollery, in swimming. Girls who wish to belong to Quaker Maids, which is directed by Miss Shaw, must turn out one or tvvo nights a week. Each night they receive 10 points. Wfhen a girl receives 400 points she receives her freshman letter. With her freshman NFB plus 200 points she receives her large UF." For each chevron she must receive 500 points. After a girl is in the M. she must earn 200 points each year. A girl cannot enter M. until she is a second-half sophomore, or a junior. At the present time there are 52 members in the M. The M.s give Annual Mother- Daughter banquets, Alumni teas, make pompons for the games, and make posters for the clean- up drives. They hold their meetings every other Monday at 8:00. All the members must wear their sweaters every Vfednesday. THE OFFICERS OF THE QUAKER MAIDS l'rrxiilml ......... SHIRLEY MARRIOTI' l'irr-I'ri'xhluul , . . lfLIZABIi'I'H LOVSTED SL'L'l'L'fiIl'YY . . IAUREI. ANDERSON 'I'mnuwr . . . . -lANI1I'l'PAIGli GIRLS' SPORTS-FALL AND WINTER TURNOUT. . .73 5 e 2 5 Z 2 5 6 . C 3 2 1 5 ? il 'F A r r Z 2 m H 3 S E 1 E .f L Z I Q 2 4 f A 5 5 3 5 I H 3 F f 5 5 a Pi e i E 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 5 . -t7 1-QA 2 F 1 Q, mx . qx,Y"'Y 1- 'h V . I ' B595 5 X K-.M "wwf I MR. KNAPPW HARRY SANKEY ...,,,. CARL LOVSTED DALE FARMER ,, ,, DICK VUIDRIGN ,,,,,,,,,, W DANNY ALEXANDER Ralph Krmjzjn Auvml 1941 ROCTR IYNCH GIRLS' CLUB CABINET. . .77 I l , MISS MCCARNFY ,,,,,,, , DOROTHY STRONS .,,,,.,.,, KATHLEEN ENG, , ,,,. ., RIOYCIC BLACKFIELD, ,, , , MARGARET SQUIILACI-1 BIQVIIRLY BLYTH , BARBARA WEST' Irby Cr.11z'frmf Cuff. 1047 , , AIl1'fS6Y Prrsidrlzl ,, Vim'-l'r'r'5irf1'11i Km'orflin,q Serrclury fnrrmjmlnlizrg Sm'r'f'lmjy ,, Trmzxzmr Clmirrmm of Chairmm ARTIS BRONWN K.- a -0 1-. Fnflffir-. L 'ZW J A A WD Qc' , AU if A Q 1 lg Ge '56 .-13 :gf 551515 L 3,4 Q., 1' ij Qa My Q 1 6'-N q , L Q T ' Ia " - I - 6' -4 J , . 1 - H, A 2 Qffffexnmw E ' , if JJ ff -W 6 JIT ...M J, 1 I.,- '.u'- 4 ..w. .Il .,, . ., .1-3' ' 1 '.'.. r mg.. ' J .1 tv J f 7 ix ,gfffffwrf "' ' -b 3mWiE:i?:'x ' 55515. 533.3 .I 'xXx W em- 41 ,: .412',:.::. F, N R ls: 1.2.5.9 v 35 .I .1 if mafstf' J, Qf-A If 4:-1 .. .- vel? Q:sS55Z0A,L,,. fl M 5 M91 " L- B .. -SGI. 355,- G4. xiii- P fY3135w'W6 .Jf,1:.-:..f W F Wg' '3,"3 ?' a -5 f ,I x L I R - QQ, Ish 0 . - 5224 .O 'I . T' , 3 A 114- ' Tx lKY ' ju , ' ' r K I-ffaf, I f A, 78. . . GIRLS' CLUB ACTIVITIES GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN I Constable, Ives, Mclntyre, Holt, W'alIace Ferguson, Young, Crowder, Rose, Gelzenlichter, Cutts Hale, Baer, Hubbard, Schoening, Poska GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN II Hammer, Favero, Ridgeway, Kosin, Marriott, Dunn Hill, Lovsted, Chittenden, Gow, Hammer, Bedell Shivel, Stratton, Ballard, Noji, Chetlain P.-T. A. TEA COMMITTEE Pedersen, Borella, McMullen, XVilliamson, Fisher Keeffe, MacLeod, Hill, Holt, Cutts Young, Maness, Rutledge, Gclven- lichter, Yvleron, Harford The Girls' Club is responsible for numerous activities at Franklin. The Student Sponsors and the Big Cousins handle all new students entering the school. The Social Service Committee is in charge of the animal Red Cross Drive and participates in city-wide Social Service work. The P.T.A. Tea Committee arranges for and serves at the monthly P.T.A. meetings held in the lunch- room. The Health Committee has promoted better standards of health and cleanliness through- out the year and sponsors health week. This year there was the semi-annual meeting of all Girls, Club officers from all the schools in Seattle where they discussed the problems of their own schools. There are many more committees too numerous to mention, who, nevertheless, Work hard for the Girls' Club. GIRLS' CLUB STUDENT SPONSORS Peterson, Deuter, Bjorklund, lox - sled, Ciow, Nlarriorl, lfawro Smith, Cutts, Ives. Bndolato, lynch, lfordon, Stollery ling, Schoening, Poskn, Swin- burne, Crowder, Rose. Gclvcn- lichrer GIRLS' CLUB BIG COUSINS liallard, Noji, Hill, McCoy, Gih- son, Crocker Larsen, Swanson, Smyth, Hari, Frank, Chittenden Lynn, Powers, Smith. Tripp, Harrison GIRLS' CLUB MISCELLANEOUS Lynch, Squillace, Fng, Black- field, Stollery Rose, Petersen, Shivcl, Stratton, Fahey, Lovsted, Blyth Hale, Baer, Hubbard, Gelzen- lichter, Kelley, Strons Hill, Chittenden, Noji, Ballard, McCoy, Smith Keefle, MacLeod, Borella, Kic- Nlullen, Vfilliamson, Poska Badolato, Gow, Fisher, Cutts, Dunn, R utledge GIRLS' CLUB ACTIVITIES. . . 79 The miscellaneous groups above include the following: The Social Service, Bulletin Board, Refreshments, Flower, Tickets, and Vocational committees. Also included are the girls who help the doctor or nurse and work in the Girls' Club Ollice. 80. . .SERVICE GROUPS OFFICE HELPERS Atherton, Byrne, Bedell, Grocc, Grandstrom, Taylor, Bates, Marriott Peterson, Tanzer, Holeman, Davis, Pavelich, Hopkins LIBRARY HELPERS Wallace, Slauson, Gibbs, Currier Hudgins, Willig, English Petty, Eng, Duncan, Kyle, W'iese, Pherson, Lambert STUDY HALL HELPERS Guiberson, Fujino, Griifm, Miller, VanSickle, Frisendahl, Bates Tnrelli, Wallace, Frank, Swanson, Hart, Abbey, W'illig Crowder, Powers, Gotz, Mager, Smythe, Daniel BOYS' CLUB OFFICE HELPERS Clarke, W'olph, Springer, Wade Farmer, Helgeson, Sankey, Wid- rig, Kuznetz, Norris Sabel, Alexander, Blyth, Fiscus, Haralson, Brondello The above groups do valuable services about the buliding. The Boys' Club Office Helpers collect attendance slips, distribute absentee bulletins, and do many other necessary jobs around the school. The Library Helpers file books and check out magazines. The Study Hall Helpers take the attendance and help the teachers. The Ofhce Clerks handle the switchboard and do other clerical work. STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL 8 STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL Ray, Kerlin, Sankey, Cassutt, Burt, Herzog Marriott, Anderson, Lovsted, Newton, McDonald, McDonald Valdez, Squillace, Blyth, Crow- der, Eng, Strons Alexander, Stavrou, Lovsted, Falk, Widrig, Kuebler, Kuebler Swanson, Victor, Kosin, Black- field, West, Go MacGilvra, Haddon, Noji, Bal- lard, Anderson Meeting every Tuesday morning at 7:55 in the Quaker tea room, Council has proved to be one of the most active organizations in third year of existence. Unlike some school organizations bearing its main objective of trying to solve school problems rather than Franklin's Student Advisory the school at the end of its this name, it prides itself on being a student court. This year as before, the council has lived up to its fine record. It has been successful, by way of the many committees appointed, in the many activities it has sponsored such as the Thrift Assembly, the pep assemblies of last fall, and the drive to "Send West Eastn to compete in a National Ski Contest in Idaho. Another important event which was organized by a student council committee was the annual Vocational Conference, which gave each pupil of Franklin a wonderful opportunity to learn many things about the field he wants to make his future work. The Iunchroom and noon entertainment committees sponsored noon dances and recruited talent for weekly shows, they promoted the noon serial movies shown by the movie club every Monday, which attracted many pupils to the lunchroom. Amongst other things, they donated 51,000 toward Franklin's band, requisitioned from the school board a new flag for the assembly hall, and also obtained a new public-address system. Since it was first organized, the student council has sparked all the fundamental student body projects and now is a vital part of Franklin's government. -PIFARTHA KOSIN, Sfz'1'r'ir1r'-if 82 . . . SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY Froscrli, Starr, Selige, Hammer DeXVaelc, Salminen Delzer, ligger, Holt, Ridgewny Harford, Smyth Powell, Read, Cutts, Bradburn Lynn, Baskett Plumb, Dunn, Fineli, liavero Iiason, Fulton, Endslow Constable, Haas, lirey, Leu, Archibald, Olsen Squillace, Blyth, Rutledge, Crow- der, Eng, Barton Bridge, McKee, Crandall, 'linylor Go, Ralston W'l1ite, Goddard, Anderson, New- ton, Ives, Michel Ballard, Noji, Lovsted, Chitten- den, Wagner, Chetlain Slager, Widrig, Szmkey, Darnell Chesnutt, Cassutt Alexander, Correa, Creevey, Stan' rou, Johnson, Livingston Grube, Kosin, Bliickiield, Vcld wyk, Adams, Marriott TUSITALA CLUB Brown, Creevey, Johnston, W'or- den, Kuder, Kerlin, Lee, Stimueh Phillips, Randmel, Rivenburgh, Lepsey, Graves, Loomis, Leihrd Petty, Powell, Grant, Simson, Landry, Morton, Miss Lindberg ANGLERS' CLUB Feely, Griswold, Conner, Gnssutt, McKinney, Kerlin Williainson, Sobich, Riggs, Ray, Duncan, Vey Wiese, Green, Mitchell, Knight, Beck, Richmond, Mr. Stneger Pearsall, Parker, Money, Plumb, Dodd, Hodges GERMAN CLUB johnson, Edwards, Ratcliffc, Sny- der, Bailey Kamln, English, Oburmaier Greer, McKee, Money Lew, Doman, Laturnus, Hakim- son, Madsen, Doman MOVIE CLUB Mr. livatr, Holmbcrg, Reescr Ray, Kcrlin Larson. Weiss, Miscnnr, lirzinklin, Olson, Frazier Griflin, Owen, Cox, Miller, Hil- dnlil STUDENT CLUBS. . . 83 8 MUSIC BOYS' BAND CLARINETS TROMBONES-TRUMPETS Hildtbrant Holmlaerg, Finlayson, Kilham, Meyers johnson, Chadwick, Smith, Dennis, Sleight 'IIHVIS Loomis, Bretall, Gaskin, Baumgardncr Townsend, Seabrook, Fikc, Whitney, Johnson, Malaspina Capili Stirrat Brace, Correa, Clement, Larson Smith, Barkley, Michel, Shepard, Lough, Mason SAXOPHONES HORNS-BARITONES lundint Livingstone, Jarvis, Hjert, Parzold Cullman Kelley, Dailey, Kiel, Johnson BASSES Wright, Darnell, Hall, Johnson l yman, Falk, Richardson, Kolb Lyons, Crecvey, Spellman, Shoe, Burkct, Duncan White, Drysdale, Thome, Michaud, XVhitworlh DRUMS-FLUTES Sprague, Jansen, Gidlund, Brondello, Pcrctti, Gilmore Giles, Griswold, Mnkos, Ralston, Gribblc OFFICERS lfirsl Sevzcslvr Ron Kimercr ,,,, Arnold Falk Roy Correa ,,,,, ,, , Don Chadwick Wilbur Johnson Bill Creevey ,,,,,, Fred Darnell Don Smith ,,,,,, .larry Hjert , Pl'!'Si!Il'11l ,,,, , ,,W,Viva-l'vc'siilcnL,, , , Ejjirimzry Zvlizrzagwx, Recording Serrctary, ,, Correxponrling Sefreiury Personnel Manager , W TTL'tIS1H'l'l' , ,,,,, I,iI1m1'iz1n , ll1Iif0l'I7l Nlnmlgci' Swami SL'lIlL'Sllt'l' , , Arnold Falk ,, ,Jerry Hjcrt , ,,,, , Roy Correa Houston White , Don Spellman ,Wilbur Johnson , Fred Darnell Norris Finlayson ,, Al Gilee MUSIC-GIRLS' BAND. . . 85 CLARINETS Beck, Pelones, Gibson, Wright, Albrecht, Baer McDonald, McDonald, Adams, Mclntyre, Schifsky SAXES-HORNS Rockcy, Hubbard, Delzer, Lubetich, Cerino Hitt, McGilvra, Braden, Dahlgren, Austin VIOLI NS-FLUTES-CLARINETS Pals, Pherson, Anslow, Dahlen, Egger Israel, Wilson, Sanderson, Hitt, Adams HORNS-TROM BON ES-TRUMPETS Haddon, King, Doman, Mittelstaedt, Wintermote, Shivel Trembanis, Smyth, Archibald, Glidden, Sandcn, Lepsey PIANO-DRUMS-STRING BASS Schoening, Lynn, Wise, Mitchell, Phillips Marshall, Rasmussen, Taylor, Butts, Moran, Harlow Firfl Serrlcfslfr Barbara McDonald, ,,,, ,, Phyllis Egger ,,,,,,,,,,, OFFICERS Setond Scnzcsfm' Prz'xirlent,,,,,. Barbara McDonald , ,,,,.,, Vin'-Presidc'11l ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, Gloria Adams Marilyn Glidden ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Ejicielfvy Mrnzager ..........,... ,,,., N ancy Delzer Bonnie McDonald ..,...i....,., Recording Serrelary ,,,,,,,,.,,, Bonnie McDonald Mary jo Wintermote ....... Corresponding Secrclary .,....,.,,,,,,, Phyllis Egger Nancy Hubbard ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,., P e rsonnrl Manager ,,,,.... ,,,. Nancy Hubbard Gloria Adams ,,,,,,,,,, I,1brarza11 , Kathleen McIntyre Nancy Delzer ,,,.. ,,,,.,, ,,.,.,, T J nifornz Nlnnuger ..............,, jackie Lubetich Kathleen Mclntyre ,,,,,,,,, ,,W,,,,Trc'as1lrf'r,,, ..,...Marilyn Glidden 86 MUSIC GLEE CLUBS SENIOR GLEE CLUB Widrig Henry Shaw Mehas Butts, Crocker, Tripp Duvall, Christman, McCoy. Mitchell MacC1n.i.,or Rxspoli Patricelli Cerino Braden Rockey Schoening, Rasmussen, Pepin Olson, Wfallace, NVerIc, McDermott Lastala Trembanis Lubctieh Friedman Ray Bank, Pedersen, Rose, Poska Bridges, Mclntyrc, Dunn, O Dell Fisher jones Wintermote Metmlf Morris Croce Glidden, Lane, Peterson Plumb, Adams, McDonald McDonald Rutledge Noreen l"i1'.vf Semi '.x' lm' Bonnie Melilonnld Gloria Adams , Norinne jones ,, Barbara McDonald Anne Rutledge ,,,, Kathleen Mclntyre Peggy Noreen , Betsy Plumb ,Y,,, OFFICERS P!'l'XiI1L'lIl' W , , ,,,Vicc-1 I'!'Sflll'7If ,, Iijlifisrrry llldlltlgfl' , ,, , RA'K'0l'iIilItQ Sc'c1't'fa1'y ,,,,.,,, ,, fj0I'I't'Sl70lIfIfI1,Q' St'l'I'l'f1l1'j ',,,, , Pvrsozimfl Manager ,,,,,L,ilIl'1lI'i5lII, W Uniform Manager ,,,,,,,,,,, , Sefoml SEllIl"Xfl'l' Bonnie McDonald , Anne Rutledge , ,,,,, Janet Dunn Barbara McDonald , ,,,,, Gloria Adams Kathleen McIntyre ,,,,,Gladie Jo Victor ,,,,,,,,,,,Lois Anslow , , ,,,, TI'l'1lXlll't'I' ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, M ary Jo W'intei-more MUSIC AT FRANKLIN In addition to frequent appearances before the student body at assemblies all Franklin musical organizations have contributed to community good will by their public performances. Our Boys' Band played at Commencement, appeared with other high school bands all under the direction of Mr. McClelland, at the dedication of the new Memorial Stadium, and recently performed at the Mt. Baker Club House. For the Hrst time in its history the Band will be sponsored by an out- side organization, Mt. Baker Community Club, who will assist in getting new instruments and equipment. The Glee Clubs, the largest in Franklin history, sang at the Mt. Baker Club House, and the Girls' Band played at a special evening P.T.A. meeting. An eighth grade band has re- cently been organized. Choir members have participated in annual All-Seattle nights and in Commencement programs. The Girls, Ensemble has sung for numerous organizations including Commodity Club, American Federation of Woiiien's Club, the Principals, Dinner, and Frank- lin Night over KING sponsored by the Bon Marche. MUSIC-GLEE CLUBS.. .87 SENIOR GLEE CLUB Lynch, Churchill, Creevey, Peters, MeKinstry Lee, Anderson, Brown, Christiansen, Smith Paine, Long, Fahey, Fiorito, Munslow Manwaring, Thomas, Anslow, Victor, Lnutenschlager OFFICERS Wintermore, Plumb, Anslow, Dunn, jones, Noreen Mclntyre, Rutledge, McDonald, McDonald, Adams, Victor FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB Pillllltill, Rodes, Bollinger, Oquist, Campbell, Larson, Owens' Pals, Slauson, Galloway, Baker, Marshall, Mathieson, I1'lgl'21l12lll'l Pedersen, Neuman, Polic, Lee, Steen, Matsumura Barrows, Hannon, Smith, Brewis, Guiberson, Collins Kzmla, Adams, Allen, Allen, Graves, Backman Cumlverledge, Lnnglois, Farmer, Anderson, Dallas, Carson FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB OFFICERS l"irs1f SI'l1IfSfL'l' Second Srnzvxlrr Kathleen Campbell ,,,, ,.e,.. I '1'c5irlr'l1l,. , , , Nancy Anderson Pat Bollinger ,,,,,.,,,. . , Sc'c'r'r'f11ry ,,e,,,, W ,,,,,,, Marlene Adams Lcanngl Mnxcy , ,,,, ,..... L ibrr1r'i11n,,, . ,,,,,,,, Mary Dallas ?:'Senior Clue Club I I , ,,, , 88. . . MUSIC-CHOIRS SENIOR CHOIR Hummel, Tabbut, Giles, Binnie, Knight, Finley Herzog, Faille, Clark, Morgan, Stromerson, Evans Miller, Heston, Backman, Constable, Baker, Roedell Miller, Daniels, Sheehan, Anderson, Dallas, Dettman Phillips, Kramer, Fischer, Haberkorn, Bradshaw, Edwards Clark, Olson, Swinburne, Migliore, Stimach, Metcalf Darnell, Anderson, Antenucci, Poska, Panzica Grilling, O'DelI, Ernst, Roppo, Williams, Gould Lyons, Farlinger, Mills, Falk, Lough, Ewing McGilvray, Weibling, Morton, Rush, Lee, Criswell Noreen, Crowder, Webster, Griswold, Hebrank, johnson Murdock, Pierce, Kounkel, Ray, Owen, Bunker GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Roppo, Sheehan, Kounkel, Hebrank, Grilling, Gould Darnell, Olson, Webster, Murdock, Griswold, Rush, Crowder Backman, Panzica, Anderson, Dallas, Noreen, Swinburne OFFICERS Firsl Sen1r's1'rr Seroml Semesler Cecilia Roppo. ,.,,,,,,,,, Prvsidenl ,,,,,.,,, .,,,....., ,,,,, J i m Lough Zeltha Crowder .,,,, . ,, ..Vicr--Presidrfnf ,,,,,,, ..,.,,, J o Ann Olson Bill Herzog ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Y ,Sf-rrrlfzry, ,,,,, ,,,,,. E valie Swinburne Marilyn Upchurch ,,,,, ,,,,.., T rvnsurer .,,,,, ,...... D iane Webster George Cheek ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ,Publicity ...,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,..,, Z e ltha Crowder Ken Kramer, Norrinne Jones I Uniform I Mrnmgers Janice Sheehan, Bill Tabbut MUSIC-CHOIRS 89 JUNIOR CHOIR EIGHTH GRADE CHOIR Pearson, Biillnh, Harrington, Sonnlag Kounkel, Burns, Alba, De Long, Lambert Nielson, Zielinski, Alfano, Hendricks, W'ilkcs Torelli, Henry, Bollinger, Beckley, NVhitwortl1 Malaita, Armimge, jenkins, Colgan, Cioodson, Camernta, Littl Loomis, Rivenbaugh, Randmel, W'ilsco, Nelson, McGrady Fortune, Middleton, Teinplct, Peterson, Veenliuilcn Cliristnpliersnn. Simmons, Crowder, Roddam, Aldrich. Springer Andreas, Jnlinsnn, liroberg, w7IldI1'I1ll'l, Savage. Mcrriweazlier Wilson, Santo, Stokes, Sahel, Zisrarsie, O'Brien Joe Anderson, . Gloria Gould, Marlys Kounkeln Mary Darncllwh. ,, Hurt. Anderson, Kibivofli, Rielinrds, Bannister, Green, Gilnnn Dodd Boyle, Smith, Yolland, Paine, Steffan, Aliron, Skinner Shot Clirislopllerson, lflliotr, Seabronke, Anderson, Silver, Penrose Bonn W irnti Honda, Andonian, Lane, Massey, Heetliam, Redd, Truscan, Lruieksliank McCartney, Fountain, Pelton, Owen, Vifelander, NX'ilson, Meyers ludmtr ' Leon, Martin, Brnunn, Bilden, Sutter, Nlefllelland, Must Risdnn Nliln Vain Vnrix, OFFICERS IJVIHIIIHII Vim-l'n'.iiz1rnI,, , , ,,,,, Swrvlary Lillmriluz ,,,,,,, Sfvgranf-ui-A rms Franklin Students i Choir and Orchestra, Peter Perry, Louise Fiscus, Nfziryonda lfdrnondstnnc. Clifford Biclc Dick lluffmzin -Iolm CHIIlCfOl.l ,, Ronnie Pearson ,Gloria Templct , Tony D'Amico n Northwest Spring 1947 Vnrde Van Vuris Lois Scliunmclier, lnrrunt lommer ford 90. . . BAND CONCERT--SPRING 1947 ELEVENTH SPRING CONCERT The eleventh annual Spring Concert. was given on Friday, May 16, 1947, by the Boys' Band and Girls' Glee Clubs combined. The program included sixteen pieces played by the Band, and three songs by the Glee Clubs. Guest soloist for the evening was Dr. Fd. Palmnson who sang "Care Selvef' and "Wl1en You're Awnyf, from "The Only Girlf, "Love's Own Kissu was sung by Maryondn Edmonstone and Dr. Ed. Pnlmnson in duet nr- rungement accompanied by the Band and Glee Clubs. Milo and Vnrde Van Voris, also members of the Band, were Featured that night. TIII SPRING FESTIVAL I947 . . . 91 "GAY NINFTIIIS RIfVUIQ"-j1l'1'.wl1fnf fly ilu' Cfflrzfm Q POT IIOILIZRSH-fury Aliw Cjuryfw1ln'1'g-fwzwuniufl 1173 llzuzzflfzlim Cfhrmux SPRING FASHION PARADIZ"-jmhwwulml by Nw l'11f11irf1lir1m' Clam 92 . . . SPRING FESTIVAL 1948 "MAKlx MlNli COUNTRY S'l'Yl.li,'-l'1'i'n'r1lu1l 11-1' Ifmlzklifi Cflmir "TRlFl,lN, "-by lmlizllif Inffm-1':'.'.u'11lml by Drurrmlirx Clirxws l The Spring Festival, instituted at Franklin in 1947 as Ll cooperative venture of the music and drnmntics departments, has proved so successful that it will undoubtedly become 11 Quaker tradition. It includes an assembly for the school followed by an evening performance, for which no charge is made, for parents and residents of the community, This year the evening perform- ance was sponsored by the Parent-Teachers Association. lt is nn excellent means of bringing the school and the community closer together. x 1 l ASSEMBLIES. . . 9 S1'1'111',w f1'o111: "THE MAN WHC3 MARRIIZD A DUMB XVIII" by fI1111foI1' 151111111 SI-'AT'I'I,I-1 COLLICGE DOUBLE QUARTIQNIIC FRANKLIN DANCIQRS CAST OF SENIOR PLAY NIR FREDERICK RITTISR ,, ,, furry Ilivrf .IFNNY fTI1c Maidj ,, ,, ,, Ijlizflllvlb Ifrzfhlow MRS PAULA RITTIQR ,,,,,,,,,, , AIKIIIFJ' Ln' NIl'IL'f0l1 NIRS. AI. DURO PANIPINELLI ,, ,,,, MarilynRi11'g1'11'11y NIR. SPINDLIQR . , W ,,,,,, Iilzgene SIIIIIIYIII MRS. NFLLY FELL ,, ,,,Io1111111' S11l111i111u NIR. HUXLIXY HOSSIiI"ROSSIl TEDDY SPIZARING MISS FLORIQNCE NIuCRICKIi'I'T NIR. RALPH TXVII.I.IiR ,, STAGIQ MANAGER, ,,,, , XIRS. CLARA SIIEPPARD , NJ1'fwI11,x fIl111:1111 , Katy I1'11,x1'1l ,, ,IIj11'1z S4'b11111'f: R011 B111'k1111111 Ifvlix' ClI7IIlJ1l7lt'IItl M111'iI3'i11 1111: SKI TEAM--I948 CITY AND STATE CHAMPIONS mms' Q-txsx, ak ' . 'iv IOZ . . . MISCELLANEOUS GROUPS ACTIVITY CARDS Mr. Karrer, Metcalf Bates, Powell, Smith, Gibson DEBATE Go, Mnyers, Cassutr, Backmnn. Stavrou, De Walele, Zandt, Mr. Samuelson, McKee, Hnkansun, Willialimisoim GIRLS' GYM HELPERS Schocning, Lee, Grirlin, Hikidn, Rutherford, Mager, Mahoney, Braden Schneider, Anderson, Fischer, Condon, De Heer, Wfesley, Daniels, Haas, Owens BOYS' GYM HELPERS Young, Courville, Xlfhile, Vfiley, McAllister Feelcy, Forgcy, Alhudeff, Bradshaw, Smith, Perkins, Curtin Efrori, Meredith, Hill, Knight, Anderson, Anderson, Schmidt YELL TEAM Herzog. Springer, Lundine, Sahel LUNCHROOM ling, Miller, Olsen, Archibald, Huw, Parker, MneGilvrn, Baker, Taylor SIXTH PERIOD CLEANUP Lombardo, Ruhattino, Young, Jenkins Hansen, Vidmar, Troeppl, Sumner TICKET COMMITTEE Alhadeif, Sanderson, Kounlsel, Mr, Bruno Davis, XViese, Grandstrom, Lockwood, Hansen, Hopkins QUAKER CLUB Whale, Bridge, Johnson, Simpson, Alexander Darnell, Wolpll, Rntcliffe, Mr. Knapp Blyth, Correa, Sleight, Fix, Xwalker AUTO SERVICE Schmitz, Thcis, Behnken, XVheeler, Mr. Van Tilborg OUR BUILDING AND ITS ENVIRONS ?Qwq:gf , el 2 ? L 5 l 1 1 F 'e F ii .4 J 1 A. IQ ,. 1 13 il i Q 4 a 2. E 5 3 ,, 9' 2 li , f ,E 35 r Q Q 1 Q 5 Q 3 :Y 1 44 L ,. ,, 1 z . 1 . 1 , a 2 4 5 SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. . . IO IO8 . . .SCHOOL ACTIVITIES HO . . . CANDID SHOTS CANDID SHOTS CANDID SHOTS HAND!! NUR RAT SNK ELK-S 'T DOUBLE EXPOSURES-FRANKLIN TWINS Fcslcrs .ludys Hurts McDonalds Hovlands Fiscuxcs Cullimcs Allcns Lccs PL'lCl'NOl1b Art and Theme ,,,,,,,, Faculty ,,,,... ...........v.. Principal's Message ..,,,,,, Vice-Principal's Message ,,,,,, Classes ....,,s,,,,,,,, ,,,, . .. s,,, . .W Senior Oflicers ,,,,,,, Seniors ......,,......,,s Junior Officers ,,,,,,, Juniors ,,,... . ......,Y,,Y,,Y,,, . Under Class Oliicers ,,,,,,, Sophomores ,,,,,s,,,,,,s,, Freshmen ,,,,,,,,, Eighth Grade .. .. Sports ,,,,,,, Swim Team ,,,,, Track, 1947 ,,,.,, Baseball, 1947 .. YYY,YYY,,,,,Y, W Tennis and Golf, 1947 ,.,,,,,,, Football ..,..........W,. , W....W . INDEX es 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 14-15, 58-59, 74-75,104-105 .. Pages 8-13 . WWWWWW, Page 8 Page 9 .. Pages 16-57 Page 16 .. Pages 17-37 .. Page 38 Pages 39-46 .. Page 47 . .. .Pages 48-51 Pages 58-56 W Pages 56-57 Pages 60-73 .....Page 51 Pages 60-61 Pages 62-63 W ,WWWWW Page 64 . .. Pages 65-67 Basketball .. .. . .. Pages 68-69 Sport Groups . .,.,.. . Pages 70-71 Girls' Sports... .,,. ,..., . ,,,.,,,,, ,s,,,, P a gas 71-73 Organizations and Activities. ,,,,, ...,,,, P ages 76-102 Boys' Club Cabinet ,.... ,.,,,, . ,,,, Page 76 Girls' Club Cabinet ....,,. .. Girls' Club Activities. .,..... Building Service Groups ...... Student Advisory Council ,,,,,, Senior Honor Society, .... Miscellaneous Clubs ,,,,,, Bands ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Glee Clubs... Choirs ,,,,.,,,., Band Concert ,,.,, Spring Festivals ,,,,.. Dramatics Upton Contest ,,,...,,.,. Commencement Play .. Senior Play ,,,,,,,,,,,,... Assemblies W Ski Club . .....,,, . Tolo Weekly ,,,.,, Tolo Annual ,,,. ,,,,,,,,, . Miscellaneous Groups. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Our Building and Its Environs ,,,,,,, Snapshot Section . .... .......,.,.. . School Activities ...... Candid Shots . .,,,.,.,,t...,... . Franklin Double Exposures ..... Acknowledgments and Index.. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS For many years Franklin has been served by two firms, Whos 6 11311165 have become almost synonymous with Tolo Annual: Ralston Studio and Acme Press. Their superior workmanship and their untiring coopera- tion have made the production of each yearbook a pleasant, creative experience. As in previous books, We express our special appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stone of Ralston Studio and to Mr. Frank McCaffrey, Mr. Al Jensen, and Miss Phyllis Heady of Acme Press. Page Page Page ..WW.Pages 78 . ,..... Page . ,... Pace Page . ........ Page ...Pages 84- .. Pages 86 ..-Pages 88 Page .......Pages 91 Page ........Page .....Pagc Pages 96- ....Pages 97- . ...... Page 77 -79 80 81 82 83 S5 87 89 90 92 93 94 95 97' 98 99 .. ...Page 100 ......Pagc 101 102 ......W.Page 103 Pages 106-112 Pages 106-108 Pages 109-113 114 Page 115


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