Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1952

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P ' ' I, M rlnClpU S eSSC1gC We can judge the value of Q1 school by the citizens it hws r cl d H . p o uce . ere at Franklin we have an environ- ment where the youth of our city may receive the maximum experience in self discipline--growth from within through democratic living. The strength of our country depends upon the worth of thc individual. Fro l ' ' ' m tie VICWPOIYIIZ of developing strong -men and women-ours has been a glorious past. WALTER I. RESEBURG Principals of Franklin High School-joseph A. Reed, 1907-19325 Sidney P. Trnthen, 1932-l94Sg Walter J. Reseburg 1945. , l Vice-Principafs Message XVe can have faith in our future because we are proud of Franklin High School's past achievements and every day we have many opportunities both to build for future successes and contribute to the history of our school. HARRY L. GARRISON Vice-Principals of Franklin-Samuel E. Fleming, 1917-1919g Sidney P. Trathen, 1919-19323 Walter J. Roseburg, 1932-19455 Fred E. 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"Let 110 pleasure tempt thee, no profit allure' thee, no , Q i"r:l,Qi..i.L., 5 1355 y ,,,,5,,',t-I ambition corrupt thee, no example sway thee, no persuasion my Q V'L9!fVJ' move thee, to do anything which thou knowest to be evilg so I ' V' 3 A. f"""""2'i"t"' L' shalt thou always live jollily: for a good conscience is a con- LL, ,fffx-' 'S' i ' tinual Christmas."-Benjamin Franklin, from "Poor Richard's JJ Q 1' U Almana V" f 'ygfffjxxgxfn , , ,lf -1- . 715 A U, WAP M XYQALL V,M,M,Q-' 1..,z.f4.,4, -.f4,e.a,f.f.:'f,eU,,l7, of V' fk 'J I MQ, ,-75.14, gz,4lJ MIXNQWU' Cl' pffmf ff 'DQLL X JSLQLZD' l ,g,,ea'c'? swf CLJLJL l 040 5 Q0-M-fwfeefsfew eomekb ' SENIOR CABINET...14 ...,..., A 7 Senior Cabinet Nina Mason, Prcxidenl Miss Nan Jardine, Arlvixer Cathy Wclander, SPCOIIII Vice Prrsizfvnt Joe Cnlvo, First Vice President Marlene Fountain, Tr'w1xurf'r f A Young Ahn, Sz'cn'lnr4" ' !Vi'1,a, WM i in L- in M' f Y' AJP' iv V fi .N Us MP5, Y AA A Qggj ,J ' jg! 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R ,Y U Liv, x- ' 'Q l SENIOR PLAY. ..3o QA- rw m QQ' X X X t , 77.--7Y,,,, mfr- - fro ..k 1 -I - 9 W A , f 'Lal fe 'Y 'fsmmi onlin" , L y ,Q ' 9 M M 1629 '- F r X ' Q ZS 14 fe sum y ix, X s l mix' l V 1-4 'ir' , i'ffi?9vo" Fsai- " We lf,-yfwv. - -'1 . , ielll ' My IQ KA! 1 M A XFX 2,1 ,iv'xX liifi 1 tx X ' XX if I L X f' 'B' X X Y .4 , Y X f y ' -rt, y 1 A C s. "'l s . - A - 5' i ' X ' sur f' N F s '- L, js., , 2 Patricia Barry, Pat Bondurant, Herb Collier, Shirley Douglas, Dick Eagan, Marion Haynes, jim Hilton, Bob Hoyle, Alice jacox, Harris Mack, Nancy McCartney, Joan Meling Adviser-Miss Macdonald. This year's senior play, Sfuge Door, has been added to a long list of distinguished productions. During the early years of Franklin's history both a senior play and an all-school play, sponsored by the Dramatic Club, were given. Senior plays, by years of graduation together with faculty directors, includeg 1913-No recordg 1914-Arms and the Man . . . Miss Glassg 1915-She Stoops to Conquer . . . Miss Perryg 1916-Green Stockings . . . Miss Glassg 1917-The Senator Keeps House . . . Miss Perry and Miss Bennettg 1918- A Rose of Plymouth Town . . . Miss Hunter and Miss Thompsong 1919-The Prince Chap . . . G. B Jacksong 1920-Spreading the News and Pygmalion and Galatea . . . Miss Margaret Aking 1921-Taming of the Shrew . . . Miss Aking 1922-As You Like It . . Miss Aking 1923-Daddy Long Legs . . . Miss Aking i924-Peg o' My Heart . . . Miss Aking 1925--Beau Brummell . , . Miss Akin. .4211 i '51 31...SENIOR PLAY sl The Que.-en's l ' Husband, . Y FEWITII FATIIEV i "5 N-J 'ted 5 54:1-.. I 1 v 15, H, 1 s H- an Y . , I lnngn W PUN0 LAWN Y Glenda Olson, Marlene Pearce, Peggy Phillips, Sally Sanborn, Jerry Sando, Betty Shoe, Felix Skowronek, Amy Sonntag, Carol Steffan, Cathy Welander, Leland Whitney, Marlene Fountain, Adviser-Miss Kuebler. 1926-Come Out of the Kitchen . . . Miss Hazel McDonald, 1927-The Goose Hangs High . . . Miss McDonald, 1928--The Charm School . . . Miss McDonald, 1929-Yellow Sands . . . Miss McDonald, 1930-The Importance of Being Earnest . . . Miss Eileen O'Learyg 1931-Once In n Life Time . . . Miss O'Lcary, 1932-The Romantic Young Lady . . . Miss Ariste1le,Macdonald, fall subse- qucnt plays were directed by Miss Macdonaldl 1933-The Youngest, 1934-The Queen's Husband, 1935-The Cupboard Door, 1936-Three Cornered Moon, 1937-The Romantic Age, 1938-A Successful Calamity, 1939-Spring Dance, 1940-Clarence, 1941--The Nervous Wreck, 1942-The Quecn's Husband, 1943-Here Lies Emily, 1944-none given, 1945-Ever Since Eve, 1946- Nothing But the Truth, 1947-The Youngest, 1948-The Torch Bearers, 1949-Seventh Heaven, 1950-The Milky Way, 1951- Life With Father, 1952-Stage Door. UNIOR CABIN-E T. H32 Tr' gr" SS' Junior Cabihet Don Weeks, Pr'r5i11z'nl Larry Klcinbcrg, Srwn-fury ' Miss Muriel Morris, Aflrisrr u Sam Storey, Firsi Vin' Prz'sidz'11I - Betty Lou Trcpp, Trraxurrr Elainc Schwarz, Srrond Vin' Prr'.vin'vf1! Ginger Powers, Clmirnmu af Cbairnnw .1 33. IORS ,A , N Jffr, A ,, -A- 3 1151 zrvlqfg .JN "B '17 "?','v--N A .. W 4 ' ff ' ,f L . 1 I , . ,, , 1, 1 ,f . ,- - rnt . 3'- 'W M R. . IUNIORS if,-fr' lim 13-L EEE A I Psiia l iillfi 1 ' will fam! lL..4l E ll EES!!- 35..,IUNlORS 'r 3 I 73' KA -. o,.,.y . Sf! ,,, 'fxf 3 " W fm 5 4' 'LH , QA ' . ' ' ,QU 'J flu ka N , A - 1 f ,w f . , ,A , 'xv if L IL 5,9 V 5 f ' J ny N A .2 H ,f- . , 1 -Zz .V 5' fx J nv Ml' 'Ll , '49 X.: , , Q 2 if v 5 855 " I! I, , 5' - - C 5' h fy' fn f , :A Hy! mfg, ' mf L -. , A - Q' , 1 ,J ' " ' . f' ff,-,1 H, j ,A "Sag V, Q19 , , -, -, ng r 1- ." ---1 ' 1 5. ' Q ' . ' fe 131 1 "'01, 1- 1 ,ff -' U x C 'X Q .52 - 11 V 1 -gf u . 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I JOAN LF l ANDERSON L AXINE UARRFNSCHEL F ARLENE HLVTH MICHAEL IIRIDGHAM I ALAN IIUSHLLV ff.,- IRFO CAPPS ,C DON CLARK BOB CLEMINS R 'i N., :kia 1'3- YHOMA5 D ADAMS L. I mwvcfs Amovucn I" Ib' ,nun I JOHNNY IIARRONV A L IIIQIINU nom r - 'I '5' I r fx 4 I 2, . MAKCIA IINISLAXVN K GLORIA UUTLFR SCAR CARTER JAMES Cl ARK -rp :Awww-ICE COLEMAN L v l V. AB. 'YERRV AGNEW nl' ' 1+ HILL Am-IDY 1','I J JOMN IIAUMAI-I MY., TED HGNDLIIIANT al. if L ARRV IIILOAD ff "' I I 'S 'AI' I!UTl U4 HWA DI CIIANG ui IEANNF CLARK MAIN ANN CDMMISSO f laik F' L. f :fs - I U I L 5 . I I A .1 nosAI.IL Aumnzrr ALITA Am' A JAP' I if 'A '- 'W -9 ' lv , I LINDA Mresmn :wav Asn .I 4 1' f AJ, II. I , ' f .IANICE UEARDEN MME5 sworn ,1 'LK '- f :Q A695 JLIDIYI1 KIORLAND 1 iQ Q L PEGGY BROCK I. ,4 4' --s I SHIRLEY CAIIASA IAIIRY CHELCIREI'-I su. Aa.z..-mu SHIRLEV CLARK I IL' l RCN BDYEI1 J- L V .au Fl BERYL BROWN - 4 , LOIS CAMPBELL ff, , ' tr I 5 , V A J " ,I ' .. . 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MARLENE DUNCAN I SHERRILL ENGSTROM I A , ROUERTA FIRSTENUERG ff I ' I "1 'A ir- 4 I I I FA-rr GABRIEL C -Ny 'Zia M1 uxmtora f . x Q- , ' I im.. MARGARIT AUSTIN 3? IlAI.I'I'I IIILLINGS .3 '7 1, ARNOLD CAPI LUYU A ITTA COOK I: - N' A MARY DI: MARCO . .Aw I IO ANN DUYSON H RICHARD LPSTUN I 'I I SUSAN FISCUS Ii ja DALI CIALLOVJAV sf I IHVING LvOI'DI.1AHD 'a 'Vu HOU AVERY i I K.. DAVID UIBHCIP ,Q 4. I r A V. ALIMD CAFILI l,4.. 1 IEANNINII COPDHL I, ,I- I MARILYN LTI Ml RS i I I f Ronin :ML I . J noe fncnmcssz 1 '- . 4 I, - I i IAROLYN FISHER 1 vi' ROSE MARIE GAMHA ? W 1 GOODMAN ,I , 1 BACKIR In GARY BLOOMOUIST If 4 I GARYVCAIILSON 7' . . . HOB CORNER A-9 4' , N V 1 I ..--A.., IERRY UE POR TER .f 4 I' , 15 I ,J"..,iL MIKE EDMUNDS . I 'F ' I Js , JACK ESKENAZI , I 5 ,,1 I SUSAN FLEMING V" ' ,I 44 CAROL GEEHAN 1 W4 .-, ' .1 41 .nl All ILYN GORNIAH I DAVID IJAILEY '41 V X . JACK BOEDE IN A D "L, ff J 141 ALLAN CAVALETTO . ff' . ' Ll. JOHN coma x DENNIS DICKEV ,f"'L"' I. 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Ammo Qumsv 1, 1 .J mem-.no sms ,, N l SMITH GREYCHEN SMITH BOYS' CLUB CABINET-...ss .Z If Boys' Club Cabinet ' ' Jim Hilton, President Mr. Ralph Knapp, Adviser Charles Edwards, Second Vice President Paul Andonian, Secretary Stan Bectham, Firxt Vice Presirleut Wesley Johnson, Treasurer , - Y 'I 'Y 61 GIRLS' CLUB ACTIVITIES ,l Q 4 I 4 - s H I ', X L ' Lei . 1 . ,A D, Af! 'F : . ,V 1. " ' X v' y M , -' x .ff B lv' YJ . V A i f '- I, -' e "1 ,ja E J , , 5 , is if i 4 ff - I I r i L V s ' 7' ,V Pu L ,- Q F X 1 S U I If . - i ,J""' ly' ' i " in - I ' ,X e f -.,.'.4 .- I so n .6 5 I 'M I 'ai 'i f 'iff-f I s I I- r Q -f X. V ' ,F .P l , HZ.: 'i vt F . U I X Y- S - , V I V J L . C ve, I III , fa ' -. -. ,z Y fs af , r . 4 F1 2 sf- ., QD! fn lb --s .ig I -I . B - . .- I . ' J I if i in if 1 A 1 'N Y' - wif. 'Q' 'N ' v C 1' - Y ,Ji l iw: Y X I "x L94- Joan Alliet, Scholarship, Sylvia Boin, "Come and Get It", Pat Books, Favor, Maureen Cassidy, Library, Connie Christensen, Treasurer, Lela Clark, Student Sponsor, Polly Corthell, Refreshment, Jean Cruickshank, Program, Barbara Dunn, Decorationsg Muriel Dunn, Corr. Secretary, Virginia Endslow, Health, Mary Lyn Erlendson, President, Bliss Finlayson, Lunchroomg Barbara Fleming, Lost and Found, Marlene Fountain, Friendship, janet Gettman, Restroom, Bev Grimm, Big Cousin, Tommie Griffin, Recording Secretary, Sheba Helclerop, Noon Entertainment, Joan Ingraham, Ticket, Alice jacox, Dramaticsg Inger Kleven, Clean Up, Marge Leon, Chairman of Chairmen, Kay Madison, Favors, Nina Mason, Bulletin Boardg Nancy McCartney, Dramaticsg Carol McKinstry, Hospitalityg Jackie Moore, Holiday Decorationsg Diana Meyrs, Flowcrg Barbara jo Pelton, Electionsg Penny Penrose, Party, Yvonne Peterson, Secretarial, Peggy Phillips, Welfareg Bev Pierson, Doctor 81 Nurscg Pat Ramsey, Alumni, Rene Rassat, Installationg Elaine Schwarz, Noon Entertainment, Betty Shoe, Publicity, Amy Sonntag, Restroom, Carol Steffan, Assembly, Bev Travis, Music, Cathy Welander, Banquetsg Kay Yolland, Social Service, Joan Zingmark, Lost 8: 'Foundg Suzanne Zingmark, Vice President. A ima ei if ex ,af STUDENT COUNCIL...62 . ' ' . -1 , 1 - B, .A H A IJ. AIA I I , , V, ,y .9 , g . , Q " 43' ' f- i ' G . I V J: . 6- i L. ZPNX ,F .. J W ' T I i V 'I - .' A A . '-1. ' t 5' , 1 f ' if ,. ' A . V , M -3" 4 ai i E6 . , Fa ff- Q " . -:Q A 4 46,9 S . so va s T he If 4 ,L V . ' - I .M 54 .j W ,om W ' , 5: 'fl lk I. as l L, 1 . ua, V A ' fi' . h A -, " K f ' " 5 9 1 1 J! - I - E " k Q 'TW 'bf 'A 7 ' 'W ' H A li F2 'lisa A ' X' 'ie-,s2f J 'U Q S , i 5:15 ' . A Q -1 . ' S v Q- AQ, l I 4 4 ' , - , I L 4-YL A , 7 , :fi . Q., Oz, ,. W , - as .9 -' li 5,1 Atv Q M vw 1' Tl, KM j A . s H N ' f-I., fy ,. i ' ' is ' I - " , - -- W -I A , , 'sl Q' i U N K I l V, ,J ,,. J 5 5. ... , ' in , ' .K Y . ' ' " 'fn' . - .fr "', -T 1 . F. ' ff QL' N , A.,- . -5, Q, ' 'A 4. + W , J A Q' ' ' Young Alan, Senior Class, Paul Andonian, Boys' Club, President of Student Council 2nd Semester, Stanley Beetham, Boys' Club, President of Student Counciil lst Semester, Sylvia Boin, Glee Club, Joe Cavlo, Senior Class, Connie Christensen, Girls' Club, Kent Clark, Quaker Club, Buzz Coe, Freshman Class, Dick Detjen, Yell Team, Muriel Dunn, Girls' Club, Dick Eagon, Pep Club, Joan Engle, Tusitala, Janice Epps, Y-Teens, Mary Lyn Erlendson, Girls' Club, Bill Follett, 8th Grade, Marlene Fountain, Senior Class, Y-Teens, Bev Griffin, Honor Society, Tommie Griilin, Girls' Club, Jim Hilton, Boys' Club, Areta Hurley, Sth Grade, Joann Ingraham, Sophomore Class, Doris Jenkins, Sophomore Class, Wesley Johnson, Boys' Club, Jerry Kenny, Freshman Class, Don Kinnaird, Sophomore Class, Larry Kleinberg, Junior Class, Mavis Lee, Y-Teens, Marge Leon, Girls' Club, Nina Mason, Senior Class, Secretary of Student Council 2nd Semester, Art Masoero, Quaker Club, Nancy McCartney, Drama, Jim McQuade, Sth Grade, Joan Malin, Tolo Annual, Rosalie Mendoza, 8th Grade, Linda Mitchell, Freshman Class, Joyce Osawa, Clean Up, Phyllis Penrose, Girls' Band, Bill Pierson, Sth Grade, Ginger Powers, Junior Class, Pat Ramsey, Tolo Weekly, Betty Rhinehart, Sophomore Class, Jerry Sando, Drama, Elaine Schwarz, Junior Class, Betty Shoe, Roll Rep., Carol Steffan, ,lzssembly Chairman, Sam Storey, Junior Class, Ernie Taylor, Sophomore Class, Betty Lou Trepp, Junior Class, Janice Wagner, Library, Bob Wallace, Freshman Class, Don Weeks, Junior Class, Cathy Welandcr, Senior Class, Secretary of Student Council Ist Semester, Kay Yolland, Honor Society, Suzanne Zingmark, Girls' Club. X l Y 59... GIRLS' CLUB CABINET Ya , Z Girls' Club Cabinet Mary Lynn Erlendson, President Suzanne Zingmark, Vice President Miss Blanche Clein, Adviser Tommy Griffin, Recording Serrvlrrry Marge Leon, Chairman of Chairmen Mimi Dunn Carre: omlin Secreiur Connie Christensen Treasurer 1 3 BOYS' CLUB ACTIVITIES 60 , ' I' , , " 6. 4 QL I , cr' T 3 -K bx . If V , rf-S S 'af 9' Q 4' A it . ml, ' r 'fn I I V- 1 J ll L ,- . W q I A , 9 -, ly 0 I C Q, f I lf P S a II ff L bf W 'ef I s ' , ' i J I C S T ' I . i - , Q- - H TN U ' . X 3 W X "'. .S I l ,n"L',,N 6 f ' fl 'I A Q i , gg W I W '1 ' 4 N Q . T" I N K 4 .Lys 4 ix ,L 1 N W 'ci l X rl V If v I -is ' i-r- :iv . W f --- A f--l1T.-,,,Qlu I S l I '1 2 2 Scliool Sharon Abney, Song Leader, Young Ahn, Quaker Club, Paul Andonian, Quaker Club, Sec.-Boys' Club, Greg Anclonian, P.T.A. Dance Comm., Ginger Ayres, P.T.A. Dance Comm., Stanley Beetham, lst Vice-Pres. Boys' Club, Quaker Club, Arlene Blyth, Song Leader, Don Brown, Yell Team, George Cassill, Yell Team, Kent Clark, Quaker Club, Dick Detjen, Yell Team, Quaker Club, Larry Dodd, P.T.A Dance Comm., Dick Eagon, Pep Club Pres., Chuck Edwards, Quaker Club, 2nd Vice-Pres.-Boys' Club, Fumio Go, Quaker Club, jim Hilton, Boys' Club Pres., Quaker Club, Wesley Johnson, Quaker Club, Treas.-Boys' Club, Dick Leon, Quaker Club, Milton Lew, Quaker Club, Blaise Lewark, Yell Team, Antoinette Lubetich, Song Leader, Art Masoero, Quaker Club, Patti Monson, Song Leader, Jeannine Napier, Song Leader, Yvonne Peterson, P.T.A. Dance Committee, Noel Piland, Quaker Club, P.T.A. Dance Comm., Jerry Sando, Assembly Comm., Elaine Schwarz, P.T.A. Dance Comm., Bob Segalla, Quaker Club, Shirley Shashich, P.T.A. Dance Comm., Wally Smith, Yell Team, Walt Taulbee, Quaker Club, Bev Travis, Song Leader, Barbara Trowbridge, P.T.A. Dance Comm., Don Weeks, Quaker Club. 63...BUILDING SERVICE Y' x' - M -. 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V Alita Alit, Study, Helen Anslow, 202E, Margaret Austin, Library, Donna Aspenwzill, 202E, Ginger Ayres, 2o2Eg Helen Beckman, Library, Gloria Benson, Oflicc, Pat Books, Ticket Comm., Ken: Clark, Boys' Club, jimmy Clark, Lunchroom, Georgina Cordell, ZOZE, Chuck Edwards, Boys' Club, Carrie Elfendabl, Gym, Barbara Eyre, zozlig ,Ioan Filk, Office, Barbara Fleming, 202E, Nina Forsell, Library, Barbara Fox, Ticket Comm., Nadine Garcia, Library, Carole Gibson, Lost 81 Found, Study, Fumio Go, Boys' Club, Jeannette Grandstrom, Office, Bill Grinstcin, Lost Sc Found, Movie Club, Mary Ann Guncly, Gym, Harold Hanson, Boys' Club, Carrol Ann Hart, Gym, Marian Haynes, 20212, Pat Hcbblethwaite, Office, Nell Hcbbletliwaite, Library, Judy Hester, Library, Jim Hilton, Boys' Club, Lillian Iwago, Library, Henry Ikumura, Lunchroom, Stephanie Iolmson, Lunchroom, Office, Dorthy Kanerva, Study, Gym, Diane Kasliiwagi, Luncliroom, Jeri Kent, Study, Laura Keski, OBicc, Inger Kleven, ZOZE, Robert Knebel, Movie Club, Carol Ann Knowlton, Siudy, Marella Ladwig, Study, Dick Leon, Boys' Club, Blaise Lewark, Boys' Club, Kay Madison, 20213, Gym, Ann Madona, Study, l S d R' h rd Mathison, Lost 85 Found, Gene McClelland, Marlin Mahoney, Ticket Comm., Joanne Malin, Library, Charal Man ey, tu y, ic a Boys' Club, Vonnie McLellan, Library, A ' wi P l S' 9 l BUILDING SERVICE...64 -- , .f , f V ,A QV 4, I if 0 X GNT '- i - 5 i 1, f ff .f H V an by 19 .f 2 X J 1 f, -' .L A. , N1 .X W -. 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Q swf ' c ' 'K ,El -X li Sandra McKean, Gym, Carol McKinstry, 202E, Lucille McSpady, Library, joan Monroe, Library, Mary Monson, Office, Jackie Moore, 202E, Shirley Ann Negri, Study, Edith Olson, Study, Emiko Okada, Library, Grace Orchard, Library, Joyce Osawa, Clean Up, Arleen Patricelli, 202E, Virginia Pizzello, Library, Faye Pelham, Study, Drea Petty, Gym, Laurence Pesce, Lunchroorn, Larry Pollard, Lunch- room, Ginger Powers, Office, Alice Prescott, Library, Sandra Rassat, Study, Rene Rassat, 20212, jean Reid, Study, Alberta Render, Gym, Joyce Jean Rogers, Library, Merrily Roush, Library, Sandra Rubin, Study, Ed Rutledge, Boys' Club, Betsy Schairer, Study, john Schwarzmann, Gym, Bob Segalla, Boys' Club, Pat Sheltren, Library, Natalie Shephard, Lunchroom, john Stusser, Study, Shirley Smith, Study, Sara Softky, 20212, Shirley Stephens, Library, Janis Stover, Library, Tsukiyo Tanino, Lunchroom, Viola Taylor, 20213, Phyllis Quincc, Lost 86 Found, Avrum Turk, Boys' Club, Patricia Vogel, Study, Marianne Vogel, Study, Fran Wakeman, 202E, Wayne Weld, Boys' Club, Ronald West, Movie Club, Dave Willingham, Boys' Club, Keith Wilrse, Movie Club, Maureen White, Ticket Comm., Bob Wright, Movie Club, Joe,Young, Boys' Club. HH.. A ' l li . ff 'lf S X. , . :'t J . R5 14 1 s M v ll i jf? fl., I ,fl . X j . 4 P, f" , v i- I 5 iv. , -' ff 'Ai-" f , N ' 6 wc, ,dl f Q. fFr ku 1 Sc .' .'Il jfs., Il KJ I 4 g - ,4 A AV gf, . i ff Q? ' ws: X 5' 1100 ' EA EARS ' i ,Q -- 'T' ' i ' . .. Il ' time file XV THIN T1-in st cl eafgslce ry, Seattle ou ew, single high s ool. 1 U ,Y e., -.3 L S Broadway, o ed i 1902 as Seat High School, as ren med in 1906 Wash- 4 i .C 'MN X- W ington H-V Sch .A , Y. as overcrowf IlQlptember19' , lbs J K. it Q! . freshrqen ad en sen to mit SchQl. T e fol' wing yea e' p ' ' SJ ,rf ' KJ then sophom , an addi ' al overflow freshmen were sent to a ne gi' e :ff M ' h ' x JV buil ng ed Fr klin iool, now part o the ashin Ju ior Ijfigh ' ll . Sc ool b g OZ when a ne our 1: s 0 n ed Lincoln J 'V .7 QV 2, as o ed, Ja es McCown, pr' ipial f Fra in hool ec e first .- ' Q X pri pal of -ncoli igliQchool.I-I wa ucceeded at ran n sepia K 3' KN!! ,pri al of in ' ch . rank' continue hous gra arg l Q o Rainie c and e W in districts s ell as 20 surplusf ,s - 9,3 'Nj men a lat opho res 17 m parent scho . Tyfrel man-sop' g fore LF' I e r en ' cr Qgre. i t e rrgct years. H' VJ " , Q Q7-'F us tll 1'3H n cl' not be onijfoui' ear igh school RAM 12, f", V e X sl-5-ter Line and 1 jar . ter uee x24nne,itgl1iitjf:1s I l 3' Q. school may be said to a ate th. men our pr ent btliidfn s buil , 1 i r a onsiderable co oversy ov, ' e ' ame, anklin sferrecf. o y r ,XV X e b ' ' gig t par sch ha e rena,m Broa ayg sb' old f' 1 2 , sfi Fra lin Fc ne - shin on School. he 4- 2-pageud 085 adway Sealth-ax 7 Jim-' , nual, 2 pages .Wm w w . o F anklin. he faculty i r at year, la QV Q. J. 1, addition to . Re , are ' 'ii s ffilfows: ri is --Bess ehan and fxbfvg K. Edward G.. a llg o 4,1551 'g audel? t-rgL n- dlyn deng T, we 'b' History-63. , - z 4 aticsq-Ffihyce . oadesg ygnual X , Training- '. lc E. es . -d E ice . Walsh. he. eshmanflflass had i , 4 , or ized w 1 oiiicersg rcen ad be ch n thefsgfiool colorsg .J Y U , school was repres 1 -d in ti e foll g s s: f all, blrsketball fboth 4 3 ' , ' oyfjifl girls, tc sj,C. d baselyij. Deb. 'ng WA? thc.on y other major 1 A I .' - ac ' ty, a st tus iwgvas to ntai ' or many yeayrsxin all Seattle high df! It E Q ' I ools. h r WJ 5' D jx! NN Dj , In October 19 e ii al I e of 7110 wa - sued. The name of the Vx sf! 1 'W publ' a ' is 11 n '.n w 2 ne mg ffyxwliqf o excel, to gain, pre hil, V fp , j earn, cony' Em com! ubdue,Ejityinpl1, manage, succee4b'f?I'he mm, I first e it .s Qharlmf osterf w later rom 1924 to 1926 tauyghnhisto ' A 'if ' Q u X s Frankln 3,121 ngw ac s at en l neg faculty adviseiLwer ,!..'.f . 1 " . tt l and'iF. .V . cs. o conf' ued to be publishedis a rrionthly, . ' ii m zine thr ' ay. 919. en Ejdnklin be me a fourfyear high schgdl I 1 Q V, gil final.0r. e r imbeiywas ejkfanddfydigxinnualf in 1-213 only'i48 ,f If I ri ng I ' ages bu the llowiry yearfizon-:pls e bop QQlTl2 Palgei.. This 1 5 I , . V R li, yoloi th efo 3th ortieth Senior! u Annpa . 3 Ir'-f Af, 4 li J C V i ber i9li , Fra lsllinfqglhgchoo opened iryifps iyresexft buill' g a ' i - x T 43" K r-yylhihfifsd 1001. Wiir. Reedjvfas transferred to 'the new building a ' s A X ff-f yj r jf' ffl dy' ii . J I I 5 - it in 1 -A V . J U f U 2- -if L.. f sei. , ' ,I .l VV ffl QF' F U "I 0 fl' WI' I if ,,,, f I, VV-an .Lx r r .I . U jd dx 'iil - ' ll A ' , A . V V,,.,.,,,, K- - a.,fa,.,,xS- , 11 7 11. v , I fx Wifi 1593 ,K - fu .L ,X I? f fer' of csLWt" f is i, rv f f f , ,f- . -f .---avec fir! - f If M' ,-'X --..' ' li s 1 gf O i Q A P46 -J '- XXXL .V 'e-. 'D z tif? ff?-.5 51. - Af 1 j L 'DJ ly U st i pal., Tea ers N ho 1 , o the old b " ng ' luded Ruth 'il -"X 'ey . Sc gn t. 1 SQ LL Barnes QE t. 43D Edith P. 1' nn 4 X 1 ,, , i 7 '- 'I nneytt , .mir 45 -Frank E. Best QMan. A le 19201, L. May f XG! am r Q sl ce . iza e Qaorn Q ng., e t J, argaret or- ! " he ich bl s' 5, 1' E 1r'19z4 M G gf ' an Q' omm., reti 1940j, A th, uggett CCOrnm., left 9205, Heber D. J , uson . eft 1 - - now rincipal of Ball dj n 1 ohnson fMath.g E ' , ' 19 9 b H 46 Sl 4 re , A ma asse . ist.g ret. 1 , rant aizure ienceg ,f ' .. '. 1' t. 1 6x3 Higho s M ' ru find. Arts 85 'o. eft 19201, Margaret Mc- f Car ey ienc ' ' viserg rex. 01 . W. Rhoades glllatlmg left 1 f 1 ' 19 SJ , ertru R QI-Iome Ec.g e 471, Caroline Simpson CMath.g K' ' . . ' K if eft 0j,' ta er QI-list., lay r C m.j. H . ' 'I A' achers w to ranklin the first year in this builclin eluded: Henrietta T5 " 'V fy' , a Gir ' mg left 1 , Lois Cau he ' r.g ret. 1943 , S. E. . . 8 Y J J, rpg' 'l le ng Q 'ist ' later V. Rr' .5 19191, W. J cseburg, S. P. Trathen 'Af . ,J pl C nth. V. Pr ., Prin.g ret.V,T94S , C. E. Whites? ' 'inm.g left 1919j. wiv 'wr gh tj M I ' Uh' ' 'y N ADLINE N V. 9 x 5 1 1909 910 J ' umber, which will develop into Tolo N' Q s' Walking b cqpiizedg boys nmkef, nmml' ' ll l rf' it sey ral over-nigh iking tips as embersfbf 'A 1912-1913 4.....t 1 I f fn . ., Q Seattle H1311 Sc 001 Gcol C P rlpafflcs' Mr. Staeger adviser of,.first senior class. lj 1 BOYS, and girl ask? te" 5 islmrc Debate Club by Mr. Fleming. QL-Z? i I atm? glyt no b and G Sch K ' Literary Sociebvtmid German Club formed. 'Q ,f F Girls Glce u an qrcwsfj fanned' Orchestra und direction of Mr. Trathen 0 'I 5 trac I m 3:m'f,di Coachs mme: and Mr. Worr , music teacher who divides A - Run "- xl time betwee Franklin and other high I, IQTJ 1 schools. A." 'ff ' O . '. lp . . X 7 " Prom held in Lunch Room. . - . l . kl N 11 S11 1 il M im Um' xg 1 ' rj 'Xp l alan 1 Carling! -so 'im fig 'lm"g'2giiE.1 Brougham, Sports Editor of Tolo, if .A t 1 bnskctbnrfeami At has onlyfongx- leaves school to become cub reporter on mm A e g city fire ordinancof' uires two. Seattle Sun' .F . . .' . First girls' basketball tournament held in ranklm orchestra .nds after playing . P at Thanksgiv' g assemblokg no director avail- March' 'I fl! able. rl X' Loud Socks Day celebrated in April. N pl L911,1912 First graduating class: fourteen boys and X S d f T I eighteen girls. Senior activities include Senior tan :ge cover suggests or o og i if X -I fr.. 'vi fw ' ' A!! MM! idea notydopular so different design used each month. Miss McCarney adviser ot' Girls' Clubg Mr. Laizure giving group instruction in Par- liamentary Lawg Bible Study part of each program. . Miss Bailey adviser of Tolo. Dramatic Club organizedg Miss Chambers adviser. Boys' Club organized. Number of ofiices each student may hold limited by faculty action to two. Sanitary drinking cup system installed. Tolo Box provided for student contribu- tions. Tennis Club organized. Final or "Potlatch Number" of Tolo in- cludes pictures, resembles next year's Senior ,691 Ball in tlfe lunch room, Class Day on the Lagafch "Clara K", and Commencement in school auditorium. 1913-1914 New teachers: Mrs. Maud Barton Q1-Iome Ec.g ret. 19261, Rose Glass fHist.1913-19225 1940-ret. 19475, Blanche jackson CEng.g left 19261, Jeannette Porryi QLang.g left 19411 XVITI. M. Smith flvlrlth., 1913-19253 1930- 193SJ, Edward Stilwell QSc.g left 19231, Ralph Upton fling.: 1913-19361. Franklin defeats Bremerton in football 62-0 but is defeated by both Tacoma and Everett 26-0. Warner trophy given to school for football award. -N Two debating societies: The Wranglers and The Palavers. Mock trials a popular feature this year. OXDM' gf? . 5 .. F y fb. - GQ gg dung ya Boys' Glue Club startedg French Club or- ganizecl. Girls' Club given small room between Rooms 202 and 203. To encourage greater participation in sports Mr. Roseburg organized league play in both basketball and baseball. G. B. Shaw's "Arms and the Man" i- rected by Miss Glass as Senior Playg Sf ol play, "The Man from Horne" sponsored by M Dramatic Club, directed by MiSfJ.C'Tl'5JH1bUYS74 Heber johnson adviser of I I Football team has special table in lunch- room, not :t Training Table but a Goodfel- lowship Table. On Sept. 22, Franklin girls held first an- nual swimming meet at Mt. Baker beach: 200 spectators present. Rolls held potato drive for needy familiesg opyer a ton collected. Roll 3 led with 439 pounds. Franklin library subscribes to 31 magazines. School Board purc ases tract of land from Malmo Nurseriest be made into a playfield. P 944-1915 . if gf , is"3::llhIErs treeigtdijercid New teachers: rlpah Davenprd CI-list. ,l Q,-5, lfplf Katherine Lentz f list.: ret. 5 3l.Anna FQ has distinf- n of im' ducing Pelton fI.an9.g left 192 Agnes ui Icy mmf, Prussian i to ty Schools, , QLang.7,,'XV. j. Rice Q omni., lef 191, , A ff d I b jan Snyder Uxugglesd fHome ., 1914- Msn? ca P eryvo cm' . Oys' f 19 J,j1929.l93U,QMc,-le Tm-,F fling., lg? 4' Cadet is a word in F ' lin vocabfu- I -4 iterary and Debating s com tie adopt name of Ben Fnptilkli ' club into ' Girls' Qlub has b K: me so la ' has been lary: 2 U. of .coeds ad ' g here in H 'e rt W ar. , ' 1917- 918 fr ew teaehcrss Qharlottc B' .za CArt1,, divided into sfy' departme under tlif- , rrge B. jac ' fI.ang.,, 9441. ferent faQultyLKHvisers,Pre" ' :Helen News V ri Upt succeeds Mr Johnson asf - son fitofgjjyvfrs. Finley udy A . viscr nf on .' f 1- SCifHf'C'l"1 Llrgfnacll' M . eming beco first Vi P ncipal Orchestra 2 mernbersg Bifys' Glee of.. - nklin. Q ' Club has 62' ,Ki I ricntal Vxt aganza wi 1 cast of over Senior! ay: Goldsmith' ' . he Stoops for S0 produce Miss Gla - Conquer"g Dramatic Cl, presents Diclfe' New dc 'rmwms in. 'elm 1-Our' S "Christma. Carol" . "The Man on. ie Dcmocr .yl-1 feat rin - cyst and Gi S lkb Boxdi fi' acti sg and " i aaki and Mid ," fea- WIS-1916 , tu ' g Franklinit in service. 1' New Alglf ers: Lila Delap Q ru left !lJChess and cker Club. or zed. l924J- Ctigl- F1'0HCl1 KC V -, lv 19241. XVar-wor nittilighas s, ankling Mr R,0b0F! Cock Cllilll-.I fr 192951 I-Y 'J Reseburffis adviser of 15 s' knitting class. Llnfibcfg lying" mt' ' l' ,v . Star Bill visits Franklin. hnmll cmiffy lrls' 'l6l.'jboyS"' f 1' 'I-w cemen has replaced former First Waganza undc ' 'n sponsorship' 03,-5 Walk ap th eng,-mcg, of d Girls Qui, F0 pafylfi Teach -rs leaving for war service in France: parm , resented tt 1 its. w ,hrrys and Rose Glass- Fmn lm, hold' 5 Hrs? fo- nl amdc S21 er ibbons' poem "Wlien the Statue before Bro.d rame. . ,, r I I' ows the D1scus Down the Hall appears Orehes nd combined 'let clubs present f 51 December Tolo- eoncert. f ' I. ' School elebr i slr' reentennarygfwf Shake- 19134919 SPCMC3 death YW0 diy Pl'0d1-195011 ' 'AS New teachers: Stella McGrath fComm., You Like It.' ' f 1918-19451 and Sara Sheldon QSci., left Contest on "The Best Thing 1 Franklin." Prize winning subjects: "Harmony," "ldeals," and "Democracy." Because of prolonged rains a land slide has occurred along the west bank of school grounds. 1916-1917 New teachers: Lila Hunter fling., Langj, C. S. jackson CComm., ret. 19415, Mlle. Du Val fLang., left 19511. Enrollment: 674 girls, 526 boys. 19351. Enrollment this year is 70717 girls. Flu epidemic hits both faculty and stu- dents hard. Feb. 21-demobilization of Service Flag. Tag sales employed as means of Enancing activities. Senior play: "The Prince Chap." Girls wear aprons on Pig-tail Day. There are 1,671 lockers at Franklin. we e V D 'Y ' 1 --. '4 ,fs.vN--fx... M ' ,Z -I N X I -'ts' I 'i gnwmcmmnn- HEL P KEEP N 0 L sotmeas ' if S L RN la L,,,,.. erm-is "" Q ,S jX 'Q Qt? -! D l-gzsf Q :.ui5..,: CJ!-'--'k"C9Y5 D! K, -.sei , G 5 N va GY Al lllllll .nit 'VT i f .4 7 Q' A . 4 ' LN.. ff it I 1: 0 S , , si: ' 'li' rp? C- . 4 -.4 HU 1 1: rm K 1 919-1920 New Vice-Princi pal Mr. Fleming, Hrs: vice-principal U917- 1919J having gone to Central Office as Vo- cational Director of Seattle Schools, S. P. Trathen, Math. Dept. Head, has taken his place. New teachers include Frank H. Bailey, Comm. Dept. I-lead U919-I942Jg Margaret Akin, Eng. 86 Drama C1919-192SJg Elizabeth Schumaker, Music Q1919-192715 Lillian Fow- ler, Comm. H919-1948jg Ralph Knapp: Helen Kuebler. Tolo Weekly Since 1909 a monthly magazine, Tolo now becomes a weekly "under direct supervision of the class in journalism," Mr. Upton, facul- ty editorial adviser, and Mr. Wm. M. Smith, business advisctg Chester Gibbon flieature Ed. of Seattle Times is first editor of Tolo XVeekly and later editor of the 1920 Tolo Annual. In format the weekly is a 4-column, 8-page magazine style paper about ten by thirteen inches. Coach Reseburg Honored Walter J. Roseburg, who came to Frank- lin when the new building opened as German teacher and later taught physics, took over football, basketball, and baseball in the spring of 1913. This fall he piloted the team to a tie with Broadway for City Chan1pionship. Franklin scored 115 points to its opponents' 7, having been defeated only by Broadway 7-0. At a banquet the team presented the coach a gold watch inscribed: "A token of our high esteem for Coach Walter J. Rese- burg, who has always put fair play above victory." Mr. R. still has this watch among his treasured mementos of Franklin. Franklin P.T.A. Founded At meetings on Jan. 9 and Friday, Feb. 13, a P.T.A. organization has been established. Mrs. Gabriel is lst president. Headline Events Oct.: Boys' Club officers entertain Girls' Club officers and a few teachers in the school apartments Qnow 301A and B, 302, and kit- chen off 30lA.J Pigtail-Short Pants Day. Not to bc out- done by the girls' Pigtail Day, the boys staged a short pants day, featuring colored silk stockings and bow ties. New clubs: Art and Commercial. Nov.: Broadway-Franklin Peace Day. On Armistice Day at a banquet at the Y.M.C.A. the traditional bitter rivals buried the hat- chet and pledged permanent good-will. Fourth Extravaganza Great Success. More than 200 pupils participated in "The Torch of Liberty," a pageant-drama in five acts, written and produced by Miss Rose Glass, "the Seattle Wfhirlwindf' returned from France to resume teaching at Franklin. 'Rup- Jan. Assembly hall seats given permanent numbers. A new nickname, Quakers, has been applied to Franklin by a downtown sports editor. Mar.: Miss Quigley leaves for year of study and teaching in Chile. Apr.: Franklin's Faculty Volleyball Team complete perfect season. Players: Knapp, Reseburg, Smith, Stillwell, Staegcr, and Lai- zure defeated Grammar Principals, Super- visors, Q. A. Faculty, Lincoln Faculty and Broadway Faculty. Pajama Parade-All Seattle high schools and the University joined in drive for a new stadium, featuring a night pajama parade through downtown Seattle. 1920-1921 New Teachers: Tony Cales, Ind. Arts C1920-19381, C. F. Dvorak, Gym and Coach Cleft 19225, Ralph C. johnson, G. O. Scott, Ind. Arts fleft 19465. Franklin Beats Broadway For the first time in thc history of Frank- lin football, the Quakers have beaten the Tigers. The score was IO-0. The Quakers finished the season in second place, with four players on the all-city team. Mr. Roseburg has become Boys' Adviser but will continue to teach Physics. Building Changes New lockers have been installed. At 10:00 on Oct. 14 a bell was rung and each student rushed pell-mell to find the locker he had been assigned. Room 202 has now become a part of the Girls' Club suite. Franklin, built to house 1,200 students al- ready has an enrollment of 1,400 with 62 teachers. Seven portables have already been erected west of the building foriginally on the park area and later moved to where ten- nis courts are now.J Freshman Frolic The two favorite games were "London Bridge" and "Drop the Handkcrchieff' Speak- ing of frolics, at a recent assembly, the facul- ty had a gay time passing a piece of ice fin- conspicuously of course.J News Briefs The football team has received blankets presented by players of recent years. Night school is being held at Franklin. Lettermen have made plans for the organ- ization of an "F" club. A Filipino Club has been formed. The first Green Book, or students' hand- book, has been issued. A bronze memorial plaque, given by the Alumni and the student body in honor of fi. ,. .1 'FW . i fx" ...f..l'vZz..vLJ -.Cr -R... A K... the boys who gave their lives during World War I, has been placed in the Auditorium. Another new club this year is a Play- writers' Club. School Yell Oskey-wow-wow! Wiskcy-wee-wee! Holy Muckei! O, Seattle High! Washingtonci! Franklin, Franklin, Franklin High! 1921-1922 Banner Year I n Sports Franklin took the City Championship in football by winning all its games except against Ballard, which game ended in a scoreless tie. The hero of the season was Brice Taylor, one-armed Negro all-city Qnow pro- minent as an educator in Los Angelesj This was also a very successful year in basketball, baseball, and track. At this time, shell-racing was being con- sidered as a possible sport in Seattle high schools. A golf tournament was also arranged. Tolo Changes Size The Tolo has changed size again. For two years it has been in the form of a weekly magazine. It has now become a true four- page newspaper with six columns. Honor Society Franklin has long had an honor roll, but this year an all-city student-faculty com- mittee has drawn up a constiution for the Honor Society. In March our students ap- proved the constitution and voted to join the all-city organization. The pins were the same as now, but more points were needed for eligibility. Miss Bennett was chosen first faculty adviser. "The Bluebird" Without Royalty When 'Miss Rose Glass wrote to Maurice Macterlinck, the great Belgian dramatist, for permission- to present his play, "The Blue- bird", as an all-school production in place of the annual Extravaganza sponsored by Boys' and Girls' clubs, she was both surprised and pleased with his answer. The reply writ- ten in Maeterlinck's own hand in French and posted at Nice, France gave Miss Glass per- mission to present "The Bluebird" without the usual high royalties. Unfortunately, Miss Glass left on leave-of-absense and the next year was assigned to Roosevelt as the Girls' Adviserg so the production never took place. Highlights The flu epidemic took a roll of 5 teachers and SOO pupils absent in one week. Keye Luke CI-lollywood artistj, who made many drawings for Tolo, graduated this year. Mr. Reseburg spent his summer as mana- ger of the Mt. Baker swimming beach. Mr. Staeger was principal of Franklin Night School and Mr. Fleming was super- intendent of all the city's night schools. Mr. Frank B. Cooper, for 21 years super- intendent of Seattle Schools, has announced his retirement. His successor will be Mr. 'Thomas Cole and Mr. Fleming will become Assistant Superintendent. Albert Hay Malotte, now famous com- poser, was playing the organ at the Liberty Theatre, where he was heard by many Frank- linites. Fads-A fad among the boys was a pompa- dour hair style. One sophomore boy kept his hair in place with a hairnet, when driving his flivvcr. Among girls, the big question this year was whether to bob or not to bob. Many faculty women appeared with new short coif- fures. Eutanius Escape-Snakes frightened the girls in the zoology class by escaping from their cages. The school day was divided into five 75- minute periods. There was supervised study in the classrooms. An early class met at 8:00-and lunch was during third period. 1922-1923 Franklin Wins Michigan Trophy For a second year Franklin has won the city championship and by so doing has be- come the first team to earn the new Michi- gan Football Trophy, given by the the alumni of that scl1ool to the Seattle high schools. Tied by Garfield and beaten by Lincoln, Franklin, under a new coach, Rudolph Sou- kup, won the championship when Broadway defeated Lincoln. Five-hundred attended the Boys' Club's third annual banquet in honor of the team. Brice Taylor was selected for the Warner Trophy honor. Girls' Club Holds Dual Election Because the newly elected president, v.- pres., and treasurer resigned shortly after election rather than give up their other school activities it was necessary for the Girls' Club to hold fl second election to complete their cabinet for next year. News Briefs Because Senior Balls have become too for- mal and too expensive the School Board has ruled them out. Three informal afternoon parties will be substituted for the gala affair. Tolo Weekly and Tolo Annual have given more than 200 new books to the library, pur- 4-9 x I 52 tgp., HIL? T 5 ..fQe9y9 cvfilfus ' 1' 'Q gi 1 4 uni' 'lr I i 1' x 4, 1 J 1. A i X A 'JH 1' i EQ seq X A AV . ,.. . -A0 I' ! 4' .if 4 A f i , ly' . J ' . . WH -' J K j 1 1 o 6 :X J, V0 4, . 1- ' . N. an ,I chase fro eir s rplu unds om in ,frie hip. Too noble to s 4 ' ill of ot ers. y ff' 'l , y r. Wili g to forgive and fo' et. Pro 'ip and , ' in L, ,.' Win igl anwdiss cnne were ,vicious ijbedlfncf- dl' I0 P05- J-1 1 ,Y nmo the ' mm neers 0 di cd Mt sible ser . Quick t appreci what 's L . X Q-I ll, x S elen d Ada . done f, mc' N 1 V, I - f l q N" jflf i Clu has r a ized utoring m- Pccfful Y 0156 - I li' ,f l ' N mi . T ommc ial C enjoyed 'af- rue t best th is withi me, that li 1 -L t V, r in Qf Pul in the n 'ir 1. A R Sell- may b a fin and wort womanf 'KV ny I mths I' A ing b has en o ized. f N f , 'V ll .1 1 J' l Fran gra ate, aul llsw I is if V ew eat yste ,6 , ' ar Oxf in 12 d gn Rh de molar-fl In the st Fra was meat' y coal. I J' ship. During e sum r an oil y -nm was in- , i of tfm rincipa limits :Le f' stall . Oil he cost 51320 day comp fl! uf' a ' I d 2 ' ,K ugh s ool an a s to 4 page cept W' to 3 '35'00' Q I , i ' xx gi Broa ay W ' 1 is lo d 176. T010 - S H0 W ' . . J . hristm play he 1 Christ . ' ip! ' "N -A H ' - ' - ' ic Frank olo w s ch sen as the b g EEZ: Wslllgilveghefcllg ' schooinld mln illustrated 'vh school' d get in the ti- n n, y . , A west. ry issue ic rom o four- , I W' H 3 rs Gffffif ' Seattle est gh te dollars w 1 of cuts to ' ustrate the F1 J ch 1 e Calf arflel B3 es' aper ea li eek, a r c r in high school 9, , 4 . 4 , uty g' a t for s Shel papa ' 95, , .. e ving exfen 'u 1 tour iss . ' I 41' W Lentz ans tos su in Eur . If I dwford I que M f ft fi J ' - M ew tr sc 0 side R0 16 'v A p :iq was made Girls' Club dedi- . , I class 192 . cated t he first s Club president. I' ch ' 1 erty T ter S mms Socini the name the girl who h I the . L1 i w gqp, VC! Ce at Fm lin. 82 askets Wm, greatest h lr a 'the mos 1 rational at fyff il ft cl mt for ne famil' t Thank iv' g. Frank' will b , . ' " W, olo h c eatu called "Agb Col- N i.light5 MM f umn , 1 I Sept ew tea r' nna erty 7,V1f I utstand ssembly S er Coach Y L et. 19495. yjT 6 l Q ' Michi g music n Hop r nisr, , , 4, .6 X an yWorth,s ist. 1 An olive-gr 1 vclv rtain ha been Ali- 1 f. I, C1 b , ' purchase thc sta ith the mo ey left fl! W it sf u . wi .cw Qcilnes' 3 by v A s gra a gclasses. San weights high Scene, n , 0' Pa U Beet n M ' no lo 5, can the s. Before the m rl ' f 171' A lc senio phi l the st g ugh ing was con- ' " li d d by the Wcpartm nt except the I I L , 1223-gd otlights e' itt or s Co., loaned 'I J N YW e ed Iight'n ipment s the play could go r v V 1 l 2 5- 'A Um On De , 19 , ract on hefcorner 0 5 Chedul d' f I ' ' , , of ' er and ake, 1 I wal! pu , Oct.: A c PTA.. nces, music as . gi l ' ed om me al sery for S 0. I bY'3 3010- and um- - 2? 'bay Wt was 'ed tha ould be ed ith 'ust ov.- Mr eger esigned to' ass' Mr I ,Il QQ a l' eveling, t a fill uired itil Bestywformpr Fra n teac r, in de- 'Q "' t ok tw s. No ay 13,1 4 w s omg his lock ' ' n. KQZKW it ' ed. Mr. Re , princihp 'itchcd 1 'VJQDCCJ Se - ay, H ,My Hem-t," P,-C- Gs, t ball t . 'Frat n, -prmcxpa , c- 1 borrowed gluing. Ny NL QF md' latcg nap , gym teacher, , 6 , , . la : Mr. R. C. Johnson took over the edi- f X lzivi rat Qithe lnl2?reMr' Reseburb' Boys tori side of Tolo Weekly. He also taught r ly, 4 ' Jo alism classes. .C Creed Adopted ystem of having gummed labels with stu- Forty Girls' Club oflicers and their advisers dems, names and rolls in from of books cs' in a conference on Bainbridge Island made up and presented to their schools for adoption the following creed: My Creed I believe, as a High School girl of Seattle, I should be: joyous, courageous and courteous. Truth- ful, considerate and just. Loyal and sincere E tablished by Mr. Reed. Apr.: Athletic Tag Day held to Enance spring sportsg Seniors and Freshmen competed against Sophomores and Juniors. Salmagundi, a 14-act vcdvil presented. Name means "a little of everything." May: Famous operetta, "Robin Hood," pre- sented. Golf became major activity for first time. f 'iii' .,....s. Lia ,MIK ' 1 ,Bi .ailif . Ilia -' V I ,Nil Q h l ni. , - 0 ... f 24-1 5 f B 'di pr ed The s Dis us, t iiseus r cr, has been cane md r pai 5 a sc mol d c' tory fg' t of 4 cl JJ h b 'n placed tie ,yliceg ggest' n box h , been, pla ccl o tsidc ofh ' and a n- water stem has be install nM M' Boys' Clothing orduroys and stag shirts were the cor- ct apparel for school wear. The proper supplements to these outfits were bow ties and striped shirts. Light tan shoes were fa- vored. Mr. Reed urged students to wear their Ban na coats Qyellow slickersj when passing b t en the main building and the portables. 1925-1926 i orth 1., if jo n Mu l 3-4 W es 7 C 3 pcned. ake o the occ on wasw New 'Wing n W. Sh pes, at ti prcsid of t 1 ,. I I , I dd, , " Sciool oard, ' wl the ne uth A- If' mkvlrllgrlsllag y slonl illgeltle 3 'nog - ,r, ,I S I -H b, r ,dv 'ran in mas een compee . twas opcne r LI 'Iugim lil C O WI L mlm for use on Dec. 14. The additional sixteen Fidnkli chi I Die yms in- the building, including art, music, ' Edge Wl' me HU' 1 Zed' ii 0fililiiifacinjtflilniffcllltfflffl " ltli b ' ueen e ant West ,-nttlea '. ' . . sibl the removal of the portables. Other i 1 scl as wel 32 ra built s has d. r I b d r I rb die ' irrtg ciangci mave een ma cf tic r rary , as ta en over arger quarters, ormer y oc- Vulty ge N New Course cupiedhby the Cognmercial Dept.g a new fan ff "5 r A I room as been ad edg a new ticket oihce has ' Mlss ' cs Rcmlcl' lllncd the Math Del' been madeg rooms throughout the building -" fdffs Feb' 10, lglpljclmllgcs have been have been re-numberedg a telephone system mad roughout the city in lunchroom man- has been installed in all the moms- ent. Miss Ida Berg, popular lunchroom nager since Franklin opened, has become a New Teachers clrssroorn reacher in tire English! Degflflmclll' Several new teachers came this year. Mr. ww? STI ms lfffvlors :'93?lSfCM,m' gllmnflcs Byron Samuelson, Miss Harriet Doheny, and O ETIQCL, l 'irc ,tuxugb ll'fr 'SS rctclcn Miss Anna Belle Shaw are still members of aw ls mw ln rt apt' fc l l 'nl' our faculty. Others included Mrs. Mildred F. A lJ0Y5, Cofllilllg Clfm is llclnil Oflffcd' Crockett fling.: left l939J, Mr. Malcolm A popular feature this year was rr Hclrrrrm Griflin fEng.: here through 1936Jg and Miss School", which was established to teach cti- Hillel McDonald iDl'lll'l'llli left l929l- qucttc and manners. Miss Kucblex' began the series of talks with "The Charm of Nice Pep Table Manners and The Proper Wlay to Set SU-Nlcnf Splflf WHS Said C0 be lf Ml Ul111S1l11llY a Table." low cbbg so a Pep Club, called Cartas Club, Another popular new course was Short was orgamzed to mdluce Qunkcrl to gui Story whiting greater support not on y to sports ut to a school activities. Briefs Flash . ME' Riifl has announced ljlnnl for cnlnrll' Brice Taylor, graduate of 1923, made guard mg mn ln' on the All-American Football Team. Hockey was introduced as a girls' sport. J, k The Boys' Club supervised all boys' athle- I- in 5 tics, the lunchroom, and all banquets and A Pl'0Hfilm of all fHC1lllY talent WHS PFC' conferences. Scflffd- Tlic P.T.A. contributed Franklin's first mo- Chgnggs in English uonrplcturc mac imc English I, II, and III w each ed in- fha Yuma Btrvec broke all traditions. As a ro 3 Semester of Compo - semester If ' fospion-ron: sie carncd the lead in the operctta of Literature. W just gone back to Mr inf wee? mans' fusion of o n W called I.aag1'ge,Art 1 f Q Senior Play: "Beau Brummell." IX , d , O "f'-1-gg' . :fi I Jr 'lr ' Attendance system revamped: 'o cc no nior Composition was introducedfglf J keeps attendance instead of teach i a y r, A rest was given by wh' ome stu- PEA! f difierent colored card for each c ss dents were Exempre required BN Berne Jacobsen Cnow with tl1eP.I.J, hav- YO fake Elle Colll' 6 Off S f-'lllilfloll' onli' V' l OW. ing served last year as editor of the Weekly ten percent passed the exemption test - ' f- x is now editor of the Annual. thing below "B" was flunki . ' l if- if . I f -1 Ap f U L l I mitxx 1 5 if gr, C N, Cx . J .ir 1 -wi' I ' T A ' '01 ff I l' i as ff - ,W . UN 1 ' , .ful VX! f .,....... v lil j 05,1107 df jf!! 51 W 1 .1 piggy? sill! . , ill , if to I jzvjy V 1. " ol we 0 T. rr Qi' 'lla' ' s gy! . 1 yi! 1 N fb ' 5 lv 1 " o ' f . -7' A' ! if ff! in fb fl ,diff 0 . , We .1 if' .1 f y i Y A y 'EE :: X c0SYuMl5 4:1t3I25LELu We uae 1 gg. ff - mm? fs. x , ,S udent Government as much discus d but my -tion taken. " tal' ii' ifli Hockey o o br skates was introduced. It did H' Upto e popular with the boys, but ggirgjdaem d enthusiastic. Atbe adopted at Fra Flin? The ques- sb gs sf 57 sychology course was saicl to the o y subject lacking in the school curri illum. 1. . - 1 Wlere students more tliriyf' ibtlheii than 0 . .f . now? ssh of the tu rfltfy s year parti- cipated in banking W wc-V. Figure up vt ,izfrade points: A-5 points, B-L. p 'nts,gy points, E-minus 2 points. P. i L, m is to be offered as a new his- tor, arse. usitala is the new name for the Short Story Club. Tusitala was the name given by the natives of Sanoa to Robert Louis Steven- son and meant "teller of tales." 1926-1927 Enrollment The enrollment is now the largest in the history of the school-772 boys and 833 girls, making a grand total of 1,605. The Freshmen outnumber other classes with a total of 550. New teachers include Miss Marjory Pid- duck, Franklin graduate and former girls' club officer, who has returned to teach Music 1left 193113 and Mr. Doug Kirk, History and Coach 1left 19402. Faculty Frolic A mad dash for the costume pile resulted in many hilarious outfits for the faculty members at their party in the lunchroom. To give these latest fashion creations a finishing touch, humorous signs were pinned on each participant. Mr. Upton with his glaring sign of "Lord Help Us" presented prizes to the handsomest and most charmingly dressed lady and gentleman. Prizes ranged from a bar of laundry soap to a can of sardines. Mr. Sam- uelson and Miss McDonald furnished enjoy- able music for dancing. Beach Party Miss Quigley entertained the women facul- ty members at a picnic dinner at her sum- mer home at Scala Beach. It is interesting to note that this gala event has become a tradi- tion which still continues. Art in Paris Miss Bisazza has completed plans to spend next year studying art in Paris and Vienna. Marathon Although the Seniors took most of the first places in the Rescburg Trophy Mara- thon, thc Freshmen won the contest because of their large number of participants. Quaker Tearoom Opened The Quaker Tearoom was opened with a luncheon given for the teachers and the girls of the school. Royalty .Queen Marie of Rumania passed Franklin November 4, en route to Renton, liven .Ig spill scams gg be lacking now, 1- 4 D ffj tiough she passed one half hour after school 1 was out, there was a large turnout. Reunion On November 12 the classes of 1913-1921 held a big reunion. Middies On january 11, a girls' assembly was held to decide on middy and skirt regulation dress. Aerial Display On April 19, a bomb was exploded over the school from which a green and black pennant floated earthwarcl. The person who got the pennant received a free annual. This was the finale to the Tolo Annual's drive for subscribers. The total salc was 1,148, heat- ing the record of last year by 200. 1lnci- dcntally this year we are having 1,750 printed and all except a few which are reserved for exchanges are for Participation Card holdersj. The theme of this year's book was the Orient. Miscellany The Boys' Club sponsored a play called "Mr, Kirk Sees It Through," in which Mr. Kirk played thc title rollg this was an adapta- tion of the famous farce "Charley's Aunt." Intramurals, introduced by School Board approval in the fall of 1925, are under the direction here of Mr. Ralph Knapp. Miss Schumacltcr directed "Irene." Since coming to Franklin she has given "Martha" 119201, "Princess Bonnie" 119211, "The Red Mill" 11922j, "The Fire Prince" 119235, "Robin Hood" 119241, "Sweethearts" 119253, and "The Idol's Eye" 119261. In addition to being Miss Schumacker's final production at Franklin it was Miss Berg's last production as dramatic coach before her death. 1927-1928 Franklin Takes Contest Tolo Annual challenged the Broadway Sealth to a contest for the largest percent- age of paid subscriptions to the annual. Broadway accepted and for three weeks a heated argument took place as to which would win. Wlten thc contest was over 85721 of the Quakers had subscribed while only 65 0 of the Tigers had bought the Sealth. L 1.1.1. rnrmrn -slash, Fl mov on-r 1n1v.u,1927 -4 1 ,Ji af semblyg therefore for t fir time double ' V The humble Tigers congratulated the u. 5 The schoo 'iidren ofyashington je lj on their school spirit. .U chosen tl g dfinch as r state bird. ff! V Study GUS 05? Paint a 3f:ye:ild,ll?:!tt:h zishflgchls. on tciuia C ni M The ceiling of the stu all was tinted al., has bec ead eoac a negr col- , a sky blue, gold, and cr m. 'he walls were lege in S h olina. l' decorate bro 'yhirid cream. liros ss Milk 3" gmlmm ack 5 C Served was put '1 'lggrbindows between study cost to ,der pupils mo,-ng . n and the i . l. Desks andlllpor 'ere oiled th nlcony 0 Q i,-15' ' L i and the Work vnrmshl is ye edition o Tolo Am l is the XX ' Student ectory ' F Scirigiziiictg cEdi i rinkiiin Ctzlitig by t'I?'Fiinfirs'E N A counter file for the ollice has Wfinade Wg, ,WW the Bryn Mawr 3 ' ,On 6 i by Mr. Cales' woodworking class to hold tl V field, alphabetized programs of all e students -rmjpcretm as -- at Sc -i had most- school, for the convenien not only of e ly on Gilbert :I ullivnnis - 'inaforen but X office but of teachers pupils wantilng to featuring the 1- me Liu adsl, of Mikado J find anyone 'any iod f the da fame. s intmvz u ly'Ne L! Seni' ay: "Tl e arm School." alter Amb 1 li re aced iss 1 28-1929 0 Sch macker, who ca epted a tion at the , , U, in music 19291 ew in hist acuity Addltlon-9 ' and bclslll l 'N llls 11 -nfl Lllsflnl-Z ' Cl xf the new teachers th' yea iave C030 l feel' if 'kllll by im Cflng been dded to the English Dept. he include ' llll, ' l"5 ffe l1Wf11 fl flllf fund- Wm -l5 of iss Nan T. Jardine, Miss Helm uelm, and , L, , fofiivlvall l lnlallllu RVVJAXGH l94l?!' Mrs. Louise Strong ileft 1948 . "Q ' 7 :4 -I" In Hom E are two neiytldlchers, Gen ' e . .,.- Wa and Lena XVilso . Added to thegng- New Footb Field F I U H515 CPF' is Mari l MCMMWV t WMD' Seattle high scho played all Erg team rf ' lime omni? lc :lm bclllf clvcd from games at the nc xvic Audit "um Field. Miss lW7'1f6"' fnrilw Y P - Such 'ls Mar' There are e anen seating mmodatioris X scik?Roilrfe, Triests- ' ypt and India. Sub- for 9 00 xtators. Th r are 4 dressing . , sti ing for l r tfbis year iave been Mar- ro ms d 2 Shower r ms, one for each ,Li X jorie Jphns 1 . id Robert Champion, a com- t m C L- . 3 mercm st. ' ' ii Study-'Hal Seating - ISYN Foot C anges Qi 2 Pupils in dy hall are now seated accord- Because Of C0lWffUCfl0f1 0 H I1 WU- ing to c ssification. Freshmen are in the If melfs BYU' l 5'-'ll00l f00fl92lll C5 will s the. corner, juniors in the southwest, 5 be pla ' t eattle Ball Par 1 ad of Den- ,sgiors n the northwest, and sophomores inkg ny Fic . is is like retulin g homeg forfyqw nm-gl-least, years our games were played on Dugdale Field. important rule changes have bee ade: Tl1G CIH'0llmCfll is HOW S0 lilfg if all e.g., the goal posts have l tcn pupils cannot be accom a n one as- yards behind the goal lin , n the penalty for back field in motion as been raised from S to I5 yards. QV Briefs , In California stockin e s egs have become the fashion for iigh o girls. Our footb s all, and track teams have all had i uniforms. After thc first Matinee of the year, a pep rally was held around a huge bon- fire on the Held by Rainier Avenue. Mr. Knapp has been instructing the girls' tumbling team. Newswriting has been made a substitute for Comp. Ill. An orchestra provides noon entertainment in the lunchroom. P fx ' f-21 0 Q' Jumoas 'im' 'f' A Q,7ma FROSI4 . SEQXPBC Double Assemblies assemblies aile come in e ank- lin Wla' plans were ing made, Mr. Reed ha ,t gure o . place to put study hall p during e assembly. Mr Reed felt t ere wo ld b er assemblies, for it would c diflifcgti speakers who could spend an entire morning away from their work. I iran gural Address Heard President Herbert Hoovcr's inaugural, the first to be broadcast, was heard by Frank- linites in a radio installed in study hall for this broadcast. . Facts and F ancies Girls' Club organized under four depart- ments, program, service, welfare, and ad- ministration. get 4 X ie? fl ht CO0 Txlhl K fl .. 'il 2 au El H, level: ll l. -an :nn ..,,.,.i.., .... l -J Rainier Fieldhouse built at cost of 585,000 using the gym paid a Sl fee for an hour each plus 58,000 for equipment. I week be Ween Oct. 14 and March 14. Tolo Weekly leads city in percentalgyztff 'ie Junior-Senior Matinees were ,discon- Q. student subscribers. lil' ued be a se of poor attendance. Matinees f, Seattle football games nl. bulfasn , Lf were .Jlgheld after school in the lunch- 5 first time. I pl . mom A lqmnklln nd 1 -Qlvfqlxbonly lsclllg 5 in ' ou 's ,in Electricity was offered for the 'iyg Seattle still L I E od 4- yu X first ' . The demand was so great that three I He lt ee ce ated " a di Xrenr Cl' S were required' Q, ueslih slo an C all d all fmwf C3 3 new steel flagpolfjgtfas installed on the Tl 'state to sclbol y" iti no' skating to 5 th l-yfoufsidc We OHICC- SQ MMI T M L usic in lMti Ba r c r e. I ,Th resent tem of room excuses was 5 as jacksl , a Jar i, 'dw on .I , and 270 d- jf A AU ly. Heise, tifell- own -e lance 'ter we - he Iii .ri enientlgcrfiii ittec painted the I elif f giiifomin t on To o Vrye ly and lo Annu waitin stat n offdhe R xier Valley Street X Q Z . ML Caldera Get New llntfo .lst W Car ine Minier and Mt. Baker g "il, ,' fl , sg. black nfeaters xjlgimed ith gr en lv , , P24 1, 1 stripesl Wa' bands, a cuffs. reenwpol a T e F kl If pl ty played together at 3 4 if v ff dot b V es and r and tams w a Se tem p ' -'heldfat Lincoln Park. I .- ' alsq rn' li ll " F ,his year's nnual is dedicated to Mr. Up- --- ' - . To' Anng. lass o m Editi ., fo , long-tiif faculty advis '. ' XL Selil lay: ' elQrw'?Sands." JJ ior Play: " I l I tl c o O ta: 'Tlwiince o 'Pilsenf' lf 'EH' C5545 GPU' Th' 3170 l A -M ' ig ' lf! ..-,'.,,'l-9, ' ,hr 0-yes Paige, ite a aze. IN f - f l 1,29-193 1- Q A wc' Ti.!f.!1llii . af. ..i,1i.1..a. E fx Pg ' Dgy pied j Our!'Froshl oqgbal . I -the all- l . . . Y ff . cit Elzampions i. ' I For t me time in Fr 1- hn, the ,Q-period 'lj' l f ay n St ted' .lls provl GQ for an j In a triple hampio ship tie in basketball E-xt, xudy Per dl T 9 flint will ri gs shared by Ii nklin, Queen Anne, and. Lin- 8:3O New t C r who W.ll rcsponlcy t t w eoln, the Quakers were beaten by the Grizzlies cal1ofFl,3h ' bells lgye lnfil e Ml.. 18-17, who in turn were defeated by the Harry T enso Phillip . Ev t, Mr. Lynx- Pa lCop a. , iss " een 'Iically 1930-1931 C ama, it 9311, awrenc B ac - D ell Q us , ret.'1 J, Robert Handy TedCheT5 In the News llnvuu 'k l f' ' x X Ulu? X 1 'T C ath. nld E .jleft 19455, and Harold H Und 'g ret. l940j. i ew Superintendent Q Mr. orth McClure has succeeded Mr. Tho- as Cole as Superintendent of Seattle Schools. Mr. Cole has become a professor of Education at the U. Old Piano Used The oldest piano in the Seattle high schools is the one used by the Franklin Music Dept. It is of the square grand typc and was made in 1889. It was first used by the old South school before Franklin was built. It is said to have had a lower tone and finer quality than the modern piano. News Through the Year The old chandeliers in study hall and some other rooms were replaced by newer and more modern lighting fixtures. Royal Brougham, former Franklinite be- New teachers included Conrad Sehirmer QI-list.g left 19473, Lela Walters CComm ret. 19513, and Mrs. Lola Hall. Mr. Rcseburg taught swimming during the summer. Miss Quigley spent six months traveling around Europe. She spent Easter in Spain. Miss Bisazza won a S100 prize for an ar- ticle on Seattle High School Art Students' Work. Miss Doheny and Miss Kuebler spent the summer in Ireland, England, Switzerland, Italy, and points west. Enrollment This year Franklin was rated fourth in enrollment of Seattle high schools. There was an increase of 747 over last ycar's figure of l,68l, making a total of 2,428. Fine Arts The Senior Play, "Once In a Life Time," :J came sports editor of the P.I. was a big success. 5 ' The School Board authorized the use of all The Music Dept. gave a midwinter con- .aa Q s- X high school gyms in the evening as part of cert of "Carmen." The opera in May was en- 4 ' 'SQ the evening school program. Each individual titled "Geisha." ' 265 i ,J 55' re . l .9 I 1 I s ,- L vim ' - X MTN U Q , fx X - N 1 1 ll Q J -ox .. 1 N, 1"'l1-Q ' . X 2 F1 g E l Q X" . S K. II ,Jgysf K " ' ' . ,fN.lN-lx' JM, ,..,... i xx urn S I 4 '3-sob' BML - A 14-act vodvil was presented in Oc '. by mission was by invitation, is e to'Englisli Girls' and Boygs ClLllJSi-w'2l ll ssQ1d BKSNNQLPCF id'- mg HHH, . . J Medals were Wed o t winggif. tht i , 5 T c 1 ' v' twoPpl10,AP"Tl1t atorica rgst."grst place medals . AX X ' a ow o ger.' an " emption of john both bo 's and girls were f g l and H' '. gn vera' " ' cb - tml.-' -' -' -56. sc . r. dm A I 'ranki P.T.A. gaye a iinstrel show B iefs 4' ' fx QHDQ KXI : in which Mr. 5 .n i . Reseb ' ' 6 . M New teachers: F ank rer f th.g left V. a t as V D ts i . .gar CC n , 35 . ' I 5 Q all team e ie in third C4 wins, Renton has dcdica ed its new eni liih' ' f um VXA ' ' 2 losseszj baskd ball ti fo.mj5plac Ov ' - N Qv6lIlLB l . 3 a e a came in fifth C3 Girls' ym CIQKI-icqwc egn nged 0 H. A, 1 M' .2-I I N win 7 los.e 3 golf 'a 1 ' l' 'in . , ies o see .s wnte ouses x lv l N N-,JN-DAUESESJ: Ataris tie for secon with Queen rimme wi 1 gi-45? and 0,-,f ,J mgntwvlh ,f x B 1 Nm- . ne.. H ' X: 9 Q brlgwo rest g orti ' -5 5 i' Us Franklin had the most seniors in the all- ii ' ,' Motion p-et -5 takV3Sr. Classa City 1252958515-1 , I, -:Q V 'J-Ji-:L.tj:u,A1-as. .' . . '- ' - ' 1 I ' nw' -.DE-rgrtrlsvtxf twins w re ngdled at 'ran Q- Each roll contributed a bgt of food xe ' ,, 6 Skin? g lin this year. , ri ' 'l at a s 'v' 75 5 el.Jc:4.4 new study deff' Elven- M , , . E s l1auvou5'de tht' building, St Ll y B, li- - L,,mltlin ,i ol " J-JA, " ' QE' -JJ' tanyg,5h.3gis-lla ' heir- . enm a . a Cultural Arts gulletin. Purpose is to pro- Nr-,Nu N ventilation na een his-tai e i th- n1o Qf,413llSiC- 11,HC'li!9LL1aa , U Cherrlide-iMRoom. Quaker reporters interviewed the famous Maurice Gershon, valedictorian, won all- U'11HS-P21ClflC flicfsi Hugh HCl'nd0H, ll'-, and S city honors in scholarship. Clyde Pflflgbom- T Y 'im' Freshman Football Team champions for second year straight. Anti-smoking Committee organized. "Pioneer Edition" of Tolo Annual dedi- cated to senior adviser, Miss Fowler. Blue- . . . . tone art photographs and colored division pages made this book an unusual one. 1931-1932 All-City Assembly The first All-City Assembly for juniors and seniors was held in the Civic Auditorium. Mr. Blacknell, Franklin music teacher who composed as part of his master's thesis for thc U. of NV. a "Processional March," con- ducted tl1e 84 piece All-City Orchestra in thc playing of his composition. Representatives of the various schools spoke. Stage News Franklin has a new dramatics coach, Miss Aristelle Macdonald. Her first senior play is "Romantic Young Lady," a modern Spanish comedy. "Bud" Roseburg plays one of the roles. Miss Kuebler has organized a Stage Club. They will learn new methods in stage work and handle the back-stage work for all pro- ductions. A new baby spotlight and a floocllight have been purchased. An anonymous gift of 525 helped augment the NZ: cut on the profits of last year's productions. ' The Dramatic Club gave a series of three onc-act plays in tl1e Study Hall at 3:10. Ad- 4 U Quaker football team Hnished in third place. Spring operetta: "The Fortune Teller." 1932-1933 Former Principal Dies During the summer, joseph A. Reed, for a quarter of a century principal of Franklin High School, passed way. A memorial in his honor was presented by the P.T.A. Mr. Sid- ney P. Trathen, former vice-principal, has been promoted to principal, and Walter J. Rcseburg, Boys' Adviser, has become new vice-principal. New teachers include Miss Gladys Elledge CMusic and Eng.: died 19383, Miss Hattie Fitzgerald fSci., left 19421, and Miss Isabel Strain, Eng. and I-list., now Guid- ance Counsellor. Enrollment The enrollment was the largest in the his- tory of the school but 2,304 was not enough to top the 2,500 mark set by Lincoln. There were l0l post-graduates, the largest number yet. The Honor Society had 250 members. Music Music played an important role this year. Thirteen new music organizations were started: of these three had the opportunity of singing over station KOL and several others sang at various places outside of school. The largest group was the Symphonic Choir, di- rected by Mr. Blaekncll. The choir put on the operetta "The Gondoliersf' The choir re- ceived new uniforms. The band, which con- M Y: sl f 'im 'Z 'P fp Q ,- I. life. 'sa 1 A GLUE Q l if .d ta 5 I 'E-.E 'T '84 - .sf 4 i . - E M...-w me-A M 4' 1 M xii-5 3 Usq l ' . sistcd of 25 pieces, was also organized, di- rected by one of the students. News H i-Li ghts Among the clubs were Chess Club, Danc- ing Club, Art Club, Stamp Club, German Club, and Airplane Model Club. - During the year the Middy and Skirt craze took firm hold. Middy days were Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The Yo-Yo craze returned, especially among the Freshmen. A painting, made by the Monette twins of tl1e Class of 1931, called "Pocahontas--True to the Best That Is Within Her" was hung by Room 205. Senior rings were popular. They cost 52.00. New credentials were adopted whereby a pupil might graduate either with a certifi- cate or a diploma. The former allowed more choice of subjects, but could not be used for college entrance. An automatic heater was donated to the Franklin greenhouse. A new registration system was started where the students choose their own teachers. Five yell leaders were chosen, three of them girls. Miss Kuebler directed a play called "The First Christmas." She also gave a party for the stage forceg ice cream and cake were served. Several teachers have given Franklin fav- orable publicity. Miss Macdonald was on a serial of "Calvin Coolidge's Life" over KOL. Mr. Reseburg spoke over another station on "Training for the Use of Leisure Time." Mr. Davenport spoke to fifty U. of W. cadets on 'll'Iow Franklin Handles History Reference Material." Several honors were woh by Franklin stu- dents: Helen Roark won state essay contest, Bill Fiheld, Senior class president, placed se- cond in SAR contest. Others won hrst in a W xi poster contest and second in the state chemis- 0' L H try contest. ' ' 'T The Stamp Plan was initiated for financing fl Il student activities. Students purchased a 10c stamp each week in roll for 36 weeks. Later l kr. ' this was replaced by a pre-paid Activity or G 3' f , 'Q It Participation Card. ' ' r....,.. .,. v. Our Third Decade , 1933-1942 . The largest graduating class in the history of Franklin was the class of 1933, which ' ij' , ' had 433 members. W New Faculty Faculty members who came during the buildings third decade included Cliff Peek M CI-Iis. and basketball coachj, 1933-1938, Kiah ififf Jlnmnvec-ustzn A' . f. 1 nl ' 1 . .. Walmtwler QMath.j, 1933-19405 Mildred Mur- ray fGymJ 1935-19435 Victor McClelland and Muriel Morris came in 19363 Edith Van Klecck fEng.j, 1936-ret. 1945g Jesse R. Hur- ley, Norman Walker, and Leonard Saalwacch- ter came in 19375 Fred Crosetto Und. Artsj, 1938-l942g Harvey Lanman, came l939g Bar- rie Rice, came in l940g Shirley Boselly, Ro- berta Owen, and Dorothy Percival came 1942: Mae Toomey CComm.j, 1942-1948. Several others who were here for only a short time have not, been listed. ln the summer of 1935 Mr. Ralph R. Up- ton, first head of the English Department, was killed in an automobile accident. He was succeeded by Earl A. Pfaff, who left in 1942 to become principal of Broadway and is now principal of Lincoln. Lunchroom Paintings The series of boys and girls of many lands, which hang in our lunchroom, were begun in 1930 with the painting of the All-Amcri- can Boy and Girl by Ruth Shirley Brown. The whole project, under the supervision of Miss Bisazza, took five or six years to com- plete. First Golf Championship In the spring of 1934 our golf team took the city Championship for the first time in the history of Franklin. Lunches in Tearoom During 1934-35 the Foods III classes, un- der the direction of Miss Warner served lunches in the Quaker Tearoom. A full meal was served for Zfc. This popular feature was repeated in subsequent years First Council In 1934-35 an inter-school council was organized to enable Seattle high schools to become more closely related and to discuss common problems. This year plans were made for the Boys' Club to have a special room on the second floor next to Room 218. QLater the Boys' Club and the faculty men exchanged roomsb. Baby Day The Class of 1935 all brought their baby pictures for a display in S'tudy B. A prize was offered for the senior who recognized the largest number of people. "Tala" Opera To the opera in the spring of 1936 the girls took their boy friends. The opera was "Blossom Time." First Band Concert In May, 1937, Mr. Victor McClelland, now affectionately known as "Mac," conducted his first annual band concert. Since coming to Franklin last fall Mac has built the band EW A3 159 H7 I . ff . . up from 11 pieces to . me hundred 'ople f girls called "Quaker Belles." In january attended the c ce an the dance, llow- j93 t e whole la. nd took to skis and helped ing it. 1 ' dedi .te the 'lmie Ski Bowl. For the , ges , 9 Spring on rt the produced a movie, 1' : original mel' ama, ltitled "Wilderness Mr. Copelan las su ceded s Gr - 'len c,01"1n 19 C,-my dpnan was guest Con- Shaw 35 - VISCF 'UIU A 'I 1 L' f- ductor o She band or a special assembly. R0bU'fH jdyl ' vvdv lf- nl .I0l1 Thdy ned na " al publicity as the first W I 'SCI' 0 Y X UU -Tl Yc is 3 7 pi e ban convert 'tself to a dance ual, 1 Paul an unber, W 5 t ' Ii I 1 1 ' w 'eh carried aclve ising. e v y I , 1 ' no ertising in hi, 'hoo nu. -- be- S Chafnps C0mL Clf'Y'Wid9' sua lc 'munls 5 En' In 19 -194 bol the ski nd swim teams C nnced by 1110 5 0l'5 3 i iw f ' 510113 earned iampionl s for Fr lin. fi tion plan. Ea yearbo ope -s on a - get, the iw: f w' dep ids upon he Ma Gfddu Ion? xx sc11oo1's -tivit u get. or r have n 1941-4 , the 5 h 01 Board proposed I .lx ' Q 5UCl1 CXPCIISWC UVCS H rlddv V S, CUB ass graduation cere nies for all cit high , mU5'l bv nmdc SUWIWI' H1 the Il U00 of schools at he Univ sity Stadium. T eflan 1 the book. r' lin h for nany .rs con- was opp d by th eniors of the n mools """ VCDIYIIIC U HN rk lm inffffifing UW' and b the P.T . It was finally . andoned. fcntl-IFC' 11.10 IIS wok fall lhiln allot ing Th .enior Cr ise was calle o ecausc oil H C115 P' fimwfv f411"0Un', 0 IIS COVUF fo he "Si1,1tseer" could no obtained be- Bcggnn' , is yum: and cumin ' g for se of conditions. - girls voted to several y r' l group pictures the an W if fm' - T0 Yl1C Sffll F0111- nual wer ake in t Attic S io. In r cent y ' indix' u. heads hav' replaced t culty D partures X old group layou' ff I the spring of 1942 when Mr. Lpnman ' , - t for Annapoli r. Harry T. Be s took f I SC Tran-5 'ta over the reins baseball coachi . r. Wal- f lm Never 11,1 'Ig know he O1 ' ic, Va ker left for mston to be comm' oned in the ' ley street ca s, pupil' f 1 S2 ca ardly im - Nav M - , Sine the thrill tl a cam Fr tlin stu ents its from nd T e -.am in 1936-37, w 1 the Jzegan to ri buses and later tr less tr elfs. Rai ' Valley 1935-34fl1CfC 5 1'ffUZZY SW9 1' fad- ' was the fi ,t istx't to re ' the new That r, ave,-11-,Ort was n leave of COFICIICS- ' absence f P eral weeks to ise the book 1, ghich he an .Mri9Flem1n' .d written for ' . . . ' 27. A Sk: Clu was or- zed in 1936-3 . The 'WCS m I H 1 , P.T.A. agreed to sponsors. 1 airs 'Seri ms H cd m theifmdl b 1 -. gan t omeontopo' e ui - Bask tball Cha 5 ng was given o coats of en enamel In 1937-38, undo th oaching of mlm' Peek, Quaker hoops e 'on the ' iam- In 93 '36 the t 'mis d 1121161222 'fs p11mS1,1p, 11.1 a ' r' H 51,1 11 R- I C U' of w e.constructcdg h ear our librar ir- , XV. Pavilion Fra in beatl ol 36 S. 1' :mlm was the I S055 'U the Cf : we Luke and ' n ook, Franklin acl ere N 0 - awarded mo 'e contracts: ug irk broad- This same yea - yn begs ling the ea sulmmaries of footbal mes over KIROQ Franklin tragk a 1. When r 'ack left he 17' klm and Guan! 3 Tmfml Colle? mok Owl. 13 ct nu: the D I year his L t Qontest for th nent of the Orthopedx lost to Lincoln in the ' pionship. Bv 40- I SPH' 1' won b 'mnklm Wulf 445 P0 d 0 41 Selly had devel another prir inning J d 2 3 Pounds' team and that ar and t e fol wing year II1 9 -37 there were 6 co ' g classes. W .Q his basketball teams t championshi . - Boys 12150 UP 5075 Of the 0lll'l1Cnf- Wllcn Mr: L3""Tmf1v3 1 the NHVY- Y' In 1936-37 the Bo ' and Girls' clu es- Showed his CUHCITIUPIVCFSU 'TY bl' Uk- -tablishc an info ation bureaug a rge ' ing Over fU0fl33ll' desk wa pla in the hall at ch a . ' Aj Band Hen 1 es was stationed each d of the da . 'rankhn a am co ecte the lar est 1 1 Y S S A Franklin Band has-' a so many he amount of tinfoil in city-wide conte lines that a long list of ac evements a s- new floor was la' n the Boys' Gy cost tinctions could be made. There ' om for of 51,9 r present rep rt rds were. .. AMP only a few. In the fall f , the Band adop . ans were for for a n featured during the fo . l season a group cr ft urse in "How t cad." Starti g in ' 1 r ' , K g, :6 'X 1 mn: Lug ' . 57' I T 2 Q 11 I Q . -. , Ill I I , , ll ! 2 I A - n...i.,a1n.,v-L.. XR!! f 'i l -' ' ' P' - 1 - bam, NN' 1' WYGLM-1 l f I1 5' --f-Hg-eL.g,e::-'.f,.4,s-6-off' w ' K w if 'X "A 1-1-fm.. . 1. 1 J' J 1, - T 1938, all px ils W' be reguired to take Fred BFeit as Vice-prin ' al Edit: 1945- K I Q l I F Jw J NO' 'xsemeslceil' ore i' cfedded lxggvlr. xx h E' I I 1957-38 J I R d' d .d 6, rison. Many tcaciers have retircdg oth s .!O,jl LUV.-Zi' i aseeQ5g1'5s uEJUspc1t n sl ort tin - at Franklin a then , . 111 11' 11 d 1 .1 14111.11 rfwl'iflSegL1+sf4-1Qd43lSfS1f?1-1-lr ' '1 J' V- N vin E brlrgl lg 4f'f1CfuQyfW"Y' amazed by w o ame during 1is decade: 1943-Roy ' 'ij' ' ' s gil., 1 - dun , ' W 1- I . , :A '1 ', Frieda rtmanng 1 -Mary Feminine Followers of F klir1," who w Lu.PP0l 5 94S""' CWC 'uf 1 X faithful fans of the teams. Miss Shaw an grlcrsorfl -ITF? Srcl5n5ir:4iE6" Icgn fl 9 ' f. , 1' x IW W . ik' , . tl t :Arai iege, au an 1 orgg 1 47-211- 1 4.211 AU:lnpaIr iiSu1 mb 3 'sew' I1C C ey, Sarah Grove, Norman I-lovlnnd, . - ' , s 11 , 11' 1 11, d G 21 y. Sf , C S5X9fJD'glljY?"-'I 'Q-ik 'H 1 1 H Q 5 5 lllgllfingwiiagsies vsilelre beglllrrl forcrtrlienluniois? Mule Bmnnm' H2162 Finley' em K Sf s y -.jjyxlkxg 5 tliiy-Jfptured mlaigm-andwal speakers. n St ong, Yiettlesou 9 J n, ' ' f 15415, o utis , on J - su-me A In 938?6 e plaque' the say ' Means, Anne Smithg 1950- arnes itain, lxidsf-1-.Q-jf-,f1,,x'A' 'lf 1 ,,,: Tf3?1CHv.BCSI layer Award, was p sented .-bf' ' " eSio'as r X .J I IL' l J9.o-- 'qga 5 so l. N 11 . 1.1 f 'GQ 1? 'Fr F fdr CPN46-PSl1l t recipient. The motto 0 the res1n. was "Always Ftprwardf' Marian Flatebo Bl. 'ache Cline, George hhrgott, Louise Grebe, l reskKeycs! 'aan Pal r, I lin FH Lg Toomeyg 1951-jane Brunet, Marsden Co eg ai he :Mt Su per' Look for I as Lois l- skcll, Q0 is Mu le , Barb a NVillis- . D 1 11, r' ' o Qrep r 1 r thi 5 In 1939 40 students were protesting tie smncswrj, and argar r a p e udy f ' . - Cu'fEAJ0ll2 Cl thex lwor , almost h f our pr ent was or amzed. The Patrol Boys got nc nc , usrdu C t SW - ear . n 1 40 t el -mml C01 ne , .cd W. b many eh es to Franklin. five-hundre h nmvtrsary of pri: ing and cacwrs were I b S U i - . CCH' U I t 'miami I n ' 5 i t h'1 First Aid 'md help Pfmter' , 111 par - imc 1n ICE o In 1940-41 oach Sa lvs chter or nized ne a ile Cl It later ecame e 100-Mile Club. Coach 0 C F1 ll11 y n , . - g ' Nlflsaw - . In 19 1-4 l upi and teachers we 1 ' gy s. 'r. ' ' 'tes acee ted vol ntn rnti s -is 'afl-W C , gay qi ll Sf SCHYCSICY but nn rgnnizcd a "Eval -to-school"lcampaign. A e 0 oac sp n a c i1 rn s r- ccted. P1 In 1940-41, 12 pupil cl 3 :cache le Pll5'f3l5C vicwry mr 0 S 1 C P inQi'2 XQQLJ ob Seattle S h in tr in atiEnanGg:1rd. ECSTLWS CFOPS EYCFYOHCE l10I11'2 WHY X an r 1 and t. M 3 5 U1 li' S 1 1 bk h er e e arrgog thosecialled up. Ft g1e'ET5sc tin th f3aL3fnm94cQ an Liightli gnade' center lil q H. lr Q1 ,JU 5 t becqmef efcnsc Cwofdlnatof for the were Miss avis, Miss Por nann, Miss Mar- s- H" JP Q Hue ubllf 1 ct . 1 left Wiigsn Miss the ri: Martha fWrig tl Wiederrech now star S A t. . 'IYSC ss1o 11 my . L lr- o "S uth Pacific w s a 1 41 gradu e. B on i ards G rdon Dieter, Houstton if G, n 1 - 2 t e s 1-city g du o e W A 1 iC l1ffS and ll' , ', f . war please he Franklin fac lty be on lullillsglagc Cnlfllfcd Aflmpmgflm Placcilhgjilg ' ty 4 I E L- . , le 1 1nr11. ter r IS year cigltj- l ' Q, Jvdvb L ' . gg . 6 l1c ' s Ju io I. , .,,..,,.. Authors: r g 1941-42 Mr Davenport . . . I. I 1 . High. The present ,eighth ade class ave th R . 1 ,ro e chap r or ook venti led Amen: L. 5 cndin .A it fre htm tp.. tl e ' Q' x ans 11. A115 d "East X ' b E05--C A prt h.lTlImrnLi1ag.i FQ. Q W XJJ-.C Lormnfze fBZjELVgIaa Of!il:1i939, jilplib- destiggg to becpmcvxlu Sexrior Wigh Scliadliu-I . Pajamas veqsus Upton. Students approved 'V 'I I M? me Sci,l'or PJY Q,,.Cm1 C .Ld 14' 1 X ' - - t f l atkdear sxdommcnc 'V ,x N JXM N! Aki? -. wroposal 0 'ome to scgool, glad, C1 C l domn ,A 'lt Jhl . ,M M . Ax J E.. eg :J , ' H .0 A , ' . KJV 0 es .Ps as S r S ani bdlnif-lg recognition to Franklin whe it was reqhesfbadodhl V - A Mr. 'Irathen put foot down . . . ar . e P I Om f W I f t, d tl '. ff .. ' " .' d set a e f t e gala oc asion was p n . 1 tw cc 0 ' M n orma ffm an lc - swf- sf 1.1-f 1 . 1 1.:.:"1- ,Va-..r.a -- . r. ens 's 44 'a e ' n 1 'SP' Q he La-it Ten Years city championship. Th mnunl th t year was 1 X ,Md 1 ' n gl changes have been manygg Mr. devoted to the Alumni and much interesting J 'JV ' , W V muel Fl ' ' e- pri ' i formation gathered by the Staff. ' his - A ceccled Mr. Wortli McClure s uper e t s t 1 ' tl1azxQl.fUnu-nfal -wa e te IA ' 6 , cattle Schools. Mr. Tratlhen retired in 1945 b a volunteer staff who received no aca emic fi , 1 F JJ., K in ,Jay-' 'sdelgieded sebq1E',MLL2-jredit forihe -work, Since that pique a class in 1 ............... - 1 1- -x Q, 5. +1 2.3 . -. K 'l 'sfw "1 21122 J - -L .221 L", xl Elms .1 1- , . . ' 15. yr 0 r w 1- ffryw-I uvv- F A ., 1 Jef X 9 X N 1 ,X 1, . J qfxfslsd , N S V Fun X 15 A Q f 1' ' 5 ll , ' X - 1 sv . K U"-'-F4 - 1 Am 'l 5 x 'lf f f ' 1 l 5 1 Q N X - 1. U-K ' . 1 ' . 1 1 , - , . I - - M , xJ'J'J.a rf Q zu, I Qi, fi . A ' v -7- 5 5 - I " al "2",':1',g-3,---. " Svgslg, LVL , X ern-eVvL.J flaw' efffmgf . ,, j fl public:1tionsl1a6ptin Z for w ic upils 1 or the sccond ye Mrs. ary b e fs' . . Xonrollcd recuijfixi el gfediJ lisl6?ynfird.l1eCjI::rQ1'f' ved X ,'f.f"l - lf. 'yy fin l9,y?46 bmi " Lnnnmn ,md Mr. fajiionfg Than :yin dinn Fforlfaculty M Q " -1'3" J AML 't f -Wink' ' . V I st, It .av r s cu ty men ,- K Q: Alllliiss Dmtliy Ekholm, school nurse, also re- 5f'5V6dz:' He Cl' l S fl 34-Alf? W0mU1 Y turned. At tplope of the -football sea. mf Vid' the SCVXWS- N' hundred and iffy N , N rf, thc gridstcrf e a -Sqafilse 4 ' I 9 Af, Shlwnccllier.. was, presented the Jtbnll Pc"0dZ" C?" 5"a V ' 'Ai-'J Lusedkln Lhcifii vgy!E,elhen I.,k, W1VCL llydiren b e E Franklin defeafd the Grizzlics.,Pr' cd o ' i irfsol ' ' ADIC nd ' ' ' LLl1eQjr6vsf, 5 V 0 , ' 0149 s ,ijwmpklwi Q.Mi2X94l.,!' Ilyrvldli He was coached by lvirf I. , ' A n ui-l:s"of't'l1c 2 lurtgumii rc ' ,Lf 1.1-,fy 55, X, V 1 U ,iv j sci' ed. K o 19 0?I. Wholwill e r forgetfgffgffirst ' X14 r . - ,J . f,-i0 . VI, -' hi o . ,, es- u g's,, ning? Par ici gg in the pi' g " f ,, ionZ4 V' sdayfv clftle Hcflifsdhlfv Jiqlklingxu ' ' ing Committ' , hich has since developed in- subject in tgocrfull gf alternating t eory ,,.- ' , to the Stud n , u ,l'.CElLgfQl'llSSCS. ery a he an eve . . 'Q' ' C J . I section fffthc 1946 Ann :il wasj dicatc Pufflaartl A - SQ C f , ,xl fi ,mn -JIIGOM Star! I e. ch student had had 18 hours o lraxnmg. h In i !Q.,-finmrmn fhfff -1 1jt.ye:p15:1a!-30 .,dfi1lgf?5,vy yf of card stuniiin CIwyC2lVl!S of football ?'ddC'ildf0 0 "Ol-'ffm' Ere? cf"'fl?5l'Il?,lf?'d li" ' 1' if gm-neg, Eve,-,si gm-,guy nn , ,ave - 'ran I set n rcco ' 8 socon SVYCWEFY 1 k 'N 'I X . d 1 ' hdgf uf61r'b-Sf'p62,,g. buili 1 1 X ' . if fx Enid gzdt Elec Cjggflg pl and take the progilglition on nth floor. s f fi 1 A 1- - f 4 sud po sw .L dim " dGirls' 'C e .. . d?y4'9 px uresgepfffgtgput upf Q Y. f - , X 5' r . - , -1' f f f j Qparticiphtion Hrs. The library pt K-1 a- ' ADM! 3C 0l3' GEgl4ame - r' . M jr' ,f X tion! "T hc Bookwo " wyns qiginnted y lpishj' C PlAnYe 'X thc ww frcmgniabl or f I -' ' ' , r P0PUl5 ' T fas if V' C B' Q oo: 3 we c Q ' W A , . 'X ' the u poi: of wing tips on hoo an il'4i1exvs,f-3 succc ' ond U J 'Z . f 1 v. I I x th pnly f Roos elt t ye.!fs champions. X' f ro al fe iiK'S cL g ml:Qw!Jf'Ey,fje'n film jnch n n des vess s 1 . I I -f 5 ' Qgfji K f- i f -., ,, 1 ah Fra. lmi Ov. Sligrcnmdlwon I f a"'C1Sv :cr hzivc to trait for anothgii f 4 'A' ' M C 3 0 P r t C we Y 3 'm 3 'OW' . i u Tl fdwe to li rl hi, di cusc.-do hef 1' I l1cQ51fibinnt6mf I !wr4a' f l1a I' fx 49. f XJJQS. 1" lass wen on a EW?-dnYC rip to? lyck m the twc V I-...L T MA! new M e ic Ll' stud s,1:ic ' Lu -. ' riti g c y . 51'A companicd by Mr .nd . Erihzth. KRXKII d llfillglf S J lf 4 and Mrs. Dav , and M . Rcseburg toured Fmnklrlvf, bl' K"J'l70l4'- H r E f CIO M ' :KVM fl flSl1 l1M- 195 552. This whole books tells pictorially Soup e, Dry l atL"P:1rk, Ging- the story of this year, which has now been ko Park, and Grand Coulee Dam. added to the history of Franklin High School. ffl' ffl f' ' ' f 'fig f .J V j fi 1 lum if W T J X ,ff ,ff Since the openirfg ofJFi-anklm o6lg'YO?IQ'Zl'1Jeo, MEQ Franklin Alumni. We are sorry we cannot give separate and special recognition Xl. ug n' . - ' i a are s " S -, 'W .4 and professions. Business, family, and pleasure have situated these alumni T ww dw 6 SS e be 5 6 " personal,contacts which a great number of the sti l eep wit iss arg et , 3. bu 1 3 Ebfhefwifg-,m Qdq W past faculty members. - ' 9 A . X E' I . guru ,9,93f,f'i . i Q QQ J fYY .ue s 5 D K Mg. fclf 1 fit, ' QM I f I X f t : l P J ' Vl - f- p . . 5- A . ' f :I f- ' , 'sr' Y -J S2 ff-W .. .- . ,f B ' T MLA. 'J5' ' '1 LJ A 4 W h'dg, r A . ' 'Q ' r Xa " Q"fc,wf-fjlaf ' . ' Xi ., VLJL . W- ' J' - M- 17 lil 5 iillxmxfyflggx-.E TUJIUL. sooo., o- mc, K up J Us 9 . ,. ., 'Q e ii - - if-.- , . , . I H L v f r .,- Q -10-'XG-,.4,lL,vc,,n.,. !,,:.tb'Q',.', fy' , l lj Mi N ,i dig I Y, X . ,,x.1-JL, ffuvvfy vi , M A .ryvrqrliti ML, be , 4 1 Q. ,Q ss, - l ' " TW MM , an A L. Q t , , K .Wh-s ' v 'sLa,Vfr .,.-,fv...z.Af ' ' Vx-' " V1L,4...f aiu NJ 7' I nb .,4.A.J-fry' KE I V9 'tx f ' 1 l A' . H.. ', , L., , ' M l Q ' N' ' - fi vgxudx, -xJ,,4:".'xJl bac, A...-.1 -v..,g,LdL 'Lo I . f Jrky ,Y,v,,-,ft -I V' y Recollections Present Playfield Purchased Under the untiring efforts of Margaret McCarney, the present playheld was pur- chased for SIS,000. After clearing, it was discovered to be a swamp. They soon put in a sanitary fill, which readily attracted flies. This made it necessary for Franklin to be decorated with fly-paper. Girls Club Girls' Club started as a religious move- ment by the Y.W.C.A. Under this plan, the dues were 2Sc a year and were later changed to lic a semester. This was later established by the 6 h,igh,schools as a school organiza- tion rather than under the sponsorship of the Y.W.C.A. The dues were dropped making each girl enrolled in school an automatic mem- ber. The present policies, code, and creed of the Girls' Club were set up by the presidents and advisers of the 6 high schools. Because of the work that developed, the advisers gave up their teaching hours and devoted their During a Senior Play rehearsal, frantic screams were heard in the hall. Every time someone went exploring, the screams stopped. Finally, however, it was detected that some- one had put a freshman boy inside a locker and he was unable to get out. In one of the vodvil acts, a girl lost the over-part of her skirt while playing the part of an old maid. She simply stepped out of it and went on playing, Faculty Fishers The Messers H. johnson, Winchester, Best, Wliite, Fleming, Staeger, and Reseburg went fishing or hunting practically every week- end. Mr. Fleming never fished-he went along to wash the dishes. Because of the work done in science classes, there were Eve-period days-90 minutes per period. This enabled students to take field trips and have extensive experiments. Mrs. Finley recalls that, when she was president of the Girls' Club, there were very sgqive - . . . few automobiles, Even the faculty had not BQYW Um? CUUYCIY I0 Girls' Club 2lClVlSCfY- yet succumbed to the new invention. The Minnie Johnson only car parked in front of the building was Miss Minnie johnson, long time Franklin Jilin Conslfime Slkfcfi Cnlrz On? my sllxyilzas Math. teacher, had three favorite songs which icingirikptglutc Nllxdg His S323-one h - - : .. 1 " ' e S Famed to Sm? E? ber swims Workl, For Be johnny-On-The Spot for transporta- 1i1iet1g3y,SOvI?g:i 5:2 Milli tion." The audience howled and turned to- noong and "Safely Through Another Week" Wgrd Joi? S imc gfii fre? Igilliicciiitir was reserved for Fridays, She spoke Get- 0 are is CM or ie mi' U me 'rs U ' man fluentlyg whenever Mr. Roseburg came . to her room they conversed in that language. Thllf Famous P00135 Although not in the English Dept. she could When the Statue Throws the recite all of "Lady of the Lake" from . mgmory, Dfsfuf Down the During the nu epidemic .in wig' in oi' Will our football huskies ever be the champs? der to protect Ben Franklin from the di- W-H N x d V I O d 1 B1 k, houghtful students placed '1 gauve I wc WU own uc range an tm ac ' seam' t . ' ' And our Dcbaters, when they sally forth to mask over his sculptured face. mlk The Musical Five XVill they ever bring the right decision back? V Back in the good old days, rl-.Q faculty gill wr ever win a championship at all? was noted for their quartet. It was said to be 1 YDS' the best in the city. Mr. Trathcn was the When Ihr' sfnlm' lbruzur lbr'zfisr'11x Juzun Ike accompanist, while Mr.- johnson, Mr. Rese- bull. burg, Mr. White, and Mr. Fleming were the W-H Mr RUC i Pond r fo token s'n ers' I . ICCCF C fill . Q i . I g . Or fail to spend his leisure writing books? S One teacher who was a poor writer, re- , 1 - , . 5 9 . . . Or could llcming let a tardy kid get past, Cewed 3 poor-work notice for lm Perlman- Will Miss Ber' decide to hire the student ' ship from another teacher. 00016, F Dramatic Dilvmmas Will the prices in the lunch room ever fall? 'The Senior Play in 1914 was full of "en- Sure Chilli!! leflaiflnicnfu' An flC.f0f'5 mustache fell to Wbl'Il Ihr' Sfllfllt' fbrows fbi' discus flown the the floorg and as the hero climbed through ball. , i a window, he dragged the scenery with him. A . The stage crew came to the rescue and prop- Will .Miss Hunter cease to think that noise ped the scenery back up. The play must go Wvlllg Cflgfdl H f D 6 On! l :UTI lCgC CVCI' grOW to VE 001 ten. XVhile walking through the basement halls Wlll MV- Cook C Cf HCI IO be round-shouldcredg , after a rehearsal, Miss Macdonald, Mr. Bri- Wll'lC trymg to nlqkf us huiky lookmg meg' , min, and Tim Clifford saw my' . - K ver weigt two 'iundrecl poun si Y- -4- -ous: .- -Bi were amazed, Y 3111 Snm ' "'f'C' 3 only to find out it was a practical joke. The an 0' sleeve of a coat had been filled with news- Wbfll Ihr' slnfm' Ibrows Ihr' discus he . paper and axglove had been placed on the bell. ,- ,. C- - GIBSON, 19 -J ho.-, 4 , y 5 fx,-JJWEBQXJ Cgfx-FJJ U I J X ursrriilxj w -. D uw 0 r - Z"-'SY F -fjyczg-J 'Z LU 1451 Ji wg- i A fl - i ' ti 4.16 I , 7 J ,b , C21 oc. xx R X -Q M W' E , .U 4, l Z 1' L-ksivuv'-'Ut fkns gpg!-Lfl . J, ' f. 'QI x C K , I. l t Xu flied 8 hui Ji l F H,-'if'-.',f,Arf bf., 'f ,VLA K l Q i - Al Q-5 .you st R' r J J' REULILP 'gv1A'v . , X, - 1 ie ' l',,...u.f QA., f ' f' 'INT' A 'W . li A T .- x ,r.,, Y - VQj""'-"'J 4t'J"L' 1Lf'ftv. 'xl cb 7" f Lf jc ff,wi,W 34 wa 'ip VW 5 PJ WW W' Y Wd Aww? if W M AJKJ r ra WWW WM ,J ,ll A J!! 1' 35 Pj P ll done is better than well said.'L-Benjamin f?-1 F Franklin, from "Poor Richard's Almanack" -5 v L4 if ' W f 5 'mfggw XJ? if. A I If A ' yr. ' A Q! D' ' l TOLO ANNUAL . ..a2 ,ax 1:1 :ff Q:-4' 'hp I u l ii L v-.ki gm 5 ik ,4- f il wil- xc Gi 'F' Q'- l-,R5..h',1 1 " xt-I .MM .V : 3 0 f f bs 1 4 16-3 Gi ,,-B+ W?" if 1 il 7 4Q?1,1?i:'L'?j1E 155 , 1 an-315,-, --,, f A ,-9 rf 'ld' .c Jim Bakke, Mary Jane Berry, Gordon Burns, Maureen Cassidy, Maxine Foreman, Mary Jane Ferguson, Bill Kappler, Neal Hanson, Jim Hilton, Karen McCarthy, Joan Melin, Shirley Ann Negri, Barbara jo Pelton, Ron Perry Carry, jean Phillips, John Pritchett, Pat Ramsey, Danny West, Kenny Zack Qartj. Additional Mem-bers of Editorial Slab'-Lorinc Brown, Bill Davis, Leonard Granlund, Chuck Jennings, Roy Kicker, Paul Lind, Glennis Ross, Sliirlcy Stevens, Ruby Townsend, Walt Townsend, Howard Wilkiiison. Additiorznl M6VI1b0fS of Ari SICHFTJEIHC Hanada, Bernice Nevels, Johan Hopper. will W' " o"" VW" sf lf X ' N L B Choir P Trl Srnlur Chi um- vu an :um-1 ny,-rr. mv.,-'-x 1.-mm., -E..-'.n4, burhuv mop nmjxn.. 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V P Adviser-Mr. Robert Wcttleson P'llllADd0l1l1l1 Jerry Ballame Steve Banmck Stanley Beetham Joe C1lvo Maureen Cassxdy Don Collis, Pauline Corthcll Larry Dodd Mlm: Dunn Duck Eagon Vxrgxma Endslow Bob Gxlman Frank Greco Bev Gr1fEn Tom Johnson, NVcs Johnson Fred Knlbourne S1lly Kitchen Joanne Lundberg Jack Meyers Lynn Mxtchell Mary Mucschler Yvonne Peterson, Lois Price. PM R1mscy jerry Snndo Betty Shoe Jean Springer Bob Thompson Lorramc Vemman tl, OOF Q? YQCX' 6.6250 f be evil 'N LOT f 06,3 JB app BOYS' BAND...s4 'ii-I: icy F R A N K L I N HIGH SCHOOL if D, H CONCERT BAND II LKING ,ABUUT MU ' A 111111 i- ian J-wg, l 1 I5 J f,'l"3P 4 :ww 1 A -1, i 2 3 4 fa, 0, ki "Qc, 'Po X ., ,. ,U ,lag f.jnQ'1,, Q X f, Q J 1, ' V "4 I . !f.1'aA , nah r ,ff , W T T 1 T 1 it T 1 : ,V n A - b . . 1 Q , Q, I l Q le v , l If ' H ' W , ex - N , 1 s - - , i T f v . ,I r , . so , Director-Mr. McClelland, Eddie Adams, Clarinet, Godfrey Agbalog, Trombone, Terry Agnew, Clarinet, Danicl Alia, Clarinetg Phil Alit, Trumpet, Fred Allinson, Trumpet, Ervin Anderson, Baritone, Tommy Andersen, Baritone, Greg Andonian, French Horng Abe Angell, Oboeg Charlie Arntson, Oboe, Valdcr Baldwin, Trombone, Rod Barkley, Sousaphoncg Bill Barrow, String Bass, Johnny Barrow, Trumpet, Mike Blansfield, Trumpet, Bruno Boin, French Horn, Michael Bridgham, Clarinet, Dale Brooks, Clarinet, John Charalas, Trombone, Pat Clifford, Flute, Don Collis, Sousaphoneg Richard Constable, Clarinet, Roy Dahlgren, Saxaphoneg Mark DeDon1enico, Trumpet, jerry Dodson, Trombone, Marvin Dochla, Sousaphoneg Chuck Drysdale, Tympanig Clayton Eng, Baritone Sax, Webster English, Baritone Sax, Ralph Finlayson, Clarinetg Donald Flanders, Trumpet, Tom Frey, French Horn, Bob Hartling, Trumpet, Art Holt, Clarinet, Lee james, Trombone, Bill Jenkins, Clarinet, Bob Johnson, Tromboneg Tom Johnson, Drums. ,A , ss...BOYS' BAND ,- -, .,,, i ,-. 1 'Q ' " ' U . T bfefi 0 i 1, r V? FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL EDNCERT BAND X v f ?fi'm,,, 2 if 9512, .J 72 wire " if , X 41 EJ vPfa,,44b ' A I I ,Ze fi 4,0050 . r ' la-J S- 'Hn' eq, ii y - 1 , ka If f I7 41144. 1 . 1 , ' . ' 1 73 00 ' . P 9 one A ' ,I b 4. F 4144: :Img . ' .,, CZ.-,,,, 'W Gt, ' J 'bssg 4' K:-V h 1 frfh' , R-'..,'fi,e gf , ' . Y xx x, 'B "fi, JI 76 v Q s N fi ' X J , XX l rf 4 X J I 1 f xx X , P G mum-mi .ah-I ' V ' ' ' ' has' i " if L A , ' 1 0' A, Bill Kapplcr, String Bass, Milton Leon, Trombone, Alvin Lunder, Gene McClelland, Trumpet, Joel Mitchell, Clarinet, Stuart Morgan, Peter Mortensen, Baritone, Dun Baritone, lid Rutledge, Trumpet, Kelley, Clarinet, Roy Kicker, Drums, john Lane, Trombone, Mike Lane, Bassoon, Dick Clarinet, Bill Massey, Clarinet Jerry Mathews, French Horn, Jerry Matthiesen, Sax, Mclin, Clarinet, Ed Merlino, Sax, Dave Meyers, Drums, Alan Mitchell, Clarinet, Gordon French Horn, Dave Morris, Bassoon, Glen Morris, Trombone, Nels Mortenson, Sousaphone, Newell, Sousaphone, Wayne Peterson, Trombone, Ray Phillips, Drums, jim Plumb, Felix Skowronek, Flute, james Smith, Trumpet, Loren Stocking, Trumpet, Bob Strong, Clarinet, Don Swanson, Trumpet, Robley Thompson, Saxaphoneg Don Travis, French Horn, Ralph Vacca, Sax, Howie Wilkixxsoxi, Trumpet, Bob Yollnnd, Clarinet, Joe Young, Trumpet, John Young, Trumpet. 5 Q 4 '-39' , s i yn GIRLS' BAND...s6 i A, . dh: l 9 " V 'ar vy- , 1 :L y. sf 4 L, l W , l . -,,, ,' if ' r ,gtilj 'I fl, xp! R all " Q I nap Q xg I in L . si 4- ' Q in , ff' 1141. ' Ti! v.'VM -- -5 A ,. - ,- 'N - Q ' .ri A V ru.X I ' I y M fr . A , ,ar K 'i ' 6 ,, A,:. 1 K - f x V ea Janice Almy, Clarinecg Carol Anderson, Baritone, Helen Anslow, Clarinet: Donna Aspenwnll, Clarinet, Carol Aspenwnll, Drumsg Mary jane Berry, Piano, Martha Boley, Flute, Peggy Brock, Tenor Saxg Mac Lee Brown, Pinnng Nancy Brown, Trumpctg Patty Brown, Flureg Shirley Cnbasn, Cello, Wilmn Crecvy, S. Sax, Shirley Dahlgren, Snxg Janice Daniel, Carrie Elfcnclnhl, Baritone, Maxine Foreman, Alto Sax, Naclina Garcia, Oboeg Mary Ann Hartley, Drums, Carol Hclmnn, Snxnphoncg Joanne Ingrnham, Clarinet, Eloisa Johnson, Saxq Stephanie johnson, Sax, J' le'-s I 87... GIRLS' BAND Q' 1 Xxx' aa ,b 3 , S 6 -Q -- 'f 1,1 v -Q l l ,il 4 ll ii , J " . , 'V E .- " n., - ' . 7 ' ' 1 " F' " Q11 ' '- " - A 4 v r .i 'i ...- l k X "Kang I' 3- 4' i . F , 4 'il l . 0 , sd r r Sally Kitchen, Trumpet, Pat Larkin, Clarinet, Ann Madonna, Clarinet, Jean Martin, Sax, Nina Mason, Sax, Vicki McClelland, Briss, Dorothy Ann Mitchell, Clarinet, Alma Nielsen, Flute, Madeline O'Neil, Piano, Betty Lou Opel, Trumpet, Marjorie Peet, Trumpet, Penny Penrose, Trumpet, Mary Lou Perry, Drums, janell Poulsen, Clarinet, Lois Price, Bass, Ruth Recd, Violin, Anita Salmcla, Frencli lrlnrn: Shelby Scliuck, Clarinet, Sally Softky, Drums, Lorraine Strol-Jen, Trumpet, Carol Swendsen, Clarinet, Lorraine Vcinninn, Bars: Carolyn Webb, Baritone. r , P5 3 SENIOR GLEE CLUB...8s V - 'tn . V I 1 H ,..-v ' C . A 'H '. in ii fx A .. Ai X if ' , f i 'J' .. - J ' , e " ' ' 1' 5 c v lv F A 5 A 0 ' g N ' ' 8" . ' ' l ' ' 9 V , A - ii A Q 1 A ,, y , X .., X f V' l 1 in i . ' av 'ff ' ' HL , 1 J , fy, fra: r - ' i - ii" N n Ulf ' rs B .go fe K 6 ,- -,Qu illlji i ' YJ V' Q ' -2' ,VV i r ,L- egs ' ' l" K I. f -' I Wa. I 1' ra I X V, V - - X A 1 B 5. B " B f 7, A 9 ' I mia L , fi-anlclin lliilwsclmool '- , , k. h fig. K- 'IYMMVQOZN 1927 n 5, " ' if ff 41' , A l x . ,. Q ,G 1+ A X , , , J Q N 1, - V V or I W 5 r f 1' 9 5 1 . ff F . O , VA 1 I l N . gp Q Y F X 7-M' x W X . .K A4 4 A i 4 l S ' P :S "N S 1 i 'B A' N V ' As W., 14 9 6:50 ' T L , i -ni - Y , ' 'fy 5 ' il ' 1 K Q 1 ' rr' '-x' Q ' ' , f , B' A A N . ' 6,17 S f , , vs' r ... ld, 'ax .. - , N ' 1 I h A I - Qvazlo ,A , i y 1 L - ffl, . B kg ' ff X ' B 'Q if fb 5 ' .g A S . B 9 6- ' N le' 1 L - K ' N i . w.. , 1 H - Q Q.. 'ffl-ll with '-ff.1-'ms-...xpl1'?JJ::v1'f.1 V V 1 - , -Q M , ElilllWfl!.z+f!2l2fi??4,arS2M,E'fw3S11W.r' i list ' ' i , , , N ., ry1gr,Wg,jWo,m H. ltfwiu Kagan ' :I N v ',-" , -' 1:33, ,Gai Z., Q yn ,Ez -W-1": Y M , ..- I M G . ,, s ii. :, 'lll'Tl','ll',5-55.25" U! ljllvg f QQQ4 B+, X cf! , ' , M, is- 4 4 , . K Lf'-, V ,thin , . . ,H R", A 408555, U V '. ' Q e 'ff a X A il .. a , EF? ' ' A' ' 'H . A' '- up gil I: . Jackie Aasen, Sharon Abney, Lynn Albin, Helen Anslow, Donna Aspenwall, Ginger Ayres, Judy Benson, Arlene Blyth, Sylvia Boin, Marlene Bracken, Pat Braithwaite, Bobbi Brown, Mary Brown, Sally Buchanan, Connie Christensen, Georgina Cordell, Wilma Creevey, Jeannie Cruickshank, Deanne Curry, Cleo Dallas, Carolyn Deuter, Barbara Dunn, Mimi Dunn, Carrie Elfcndahl, Virginia Endslow, Janice Epps, Mary Lyn Erlendson, Barbara Erickson, Bliss Finlayson, Barbara Fleming, Janis Follet, Arlene Gabriel, Gloris Gibson, Bev Gleason, Judy Graaf, Gen Griffin, Paulcnc Haikalis, Norcnc Hcay, Sheba Helclerop, Marilyn Hervig, ' ' h K h' Kin Carol Knowlton, Gerry Kuznetz, Inger Kleven, Donna Johnston, Gail Johnson, Jeri Kent, Charel Kiehlbauc , at ie g, 89...SENIOR GLEE CLUB Y , I ' , ,t V , 'VL ' . Y iz . w , .V , h .Q . I 1,7 - - Y I . ,Y ,wp . " xt. I' , 'A f. 1 ,. U4 l ' t 9, li .., 5 .V ' K 'gs r.. 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' ' S A , , F , K r' A 4 xx I ' J, Mavis Lee, Dian LeMaster, Marjorie Leon, Charlotte Leren, Antoinette Lubetich, Kay Madison, Joanne Malin, Marilyn Matthews, Pat Matthews, Karen McCarthy, Nancy McCartney, Vicki McClelland, Carolyn McKinney, Carol McKinstry, Mary Lou Meese Joan Mclin, Dorothy Mitchell, Lynn Mitchell, Pat Monson, Jeannine Napier, Marilyn Nelson, Mary Ann Nelson, Betty New- comb, Joan Palmer, Betty Parker, Beverly Pearson, Yvonne Peterson, Peggy Phillips, Jean Phillips, Ginger Powers, Betty Reinhart, Susan Robinson, El-Lynn Roy, Sally Sanborn, Elaine Schwarz, Shirley Scott, Dorothy Seymour, Betty Shivel, Betty Shoe, Margaret Staley, Lonnie Storlec, Charlene Sunderland, Sharon Thompson, Barbara Thurlow, Carolyn Thurlow, Bev Travis, Betty Lou Trepp, Michael XVaterman, jo Ann Webster, Marcia Wingsiacss, Dcanne Wlolf, Kay Yolland, Shirley Zentz, Margie Fueckcr. SENIOR CHOIR...9o Q i F l '9 ' l' H Q' I -r N ,L ,L V i ' Prism" 'Q xfw 5' J f l F- Y ,ps 29" ffffxl S -.2 N , 'M X, fu -f ,,. ' 3-i , 4 a f ., I .V 1-yr! N 1 l K ' . T J Q' P X W V if ,V V 11f,11fJ,.i.f1a,.,mJ . -r 4, ,' W s 4 1 "HV: V MQ i 'A K sr.. . t 1 W 3. "C,fXR1'VlEN"' V Q A V 4, L, 5 ,K ,'i"Q""'f "M, 1 Lv M 'big 15 , , di B ., Y 1, 1: , 5 Q nf" I . ' I" '-fl L - ' '- . Xe ..., Z A v . ' ' lflg 5.1 lg. gs i, 'A l gh rv K X , 1 '13, tx .. F' : I .1 Q ,C M. Q r, ...r 5, ,sq f ff' e , ac' i f 4, M" , 'H r ,-We 'A' if H' H V Q 'cr if f i iz If ,V Ar ,1 A Mimi? - i :A l V Tr, V ,UV I - Q1 .: Director: Mr. Chapel, Sailly Annibal, Joe Barry, Patricia Barry, Ted Bondurant, Pat Bratton, Bobbie Brown, -Ioyce Buckman, Yvonne Burt, Jack Combs, Annette Crouch, Bill Davis, Don DeMulling, Richard DcMulling, Marvelle Dudansky, Marlene Duncan, Carol Edwards, Jackie Edwards, Don Eliason, Clayton Eng, Jack Eskcnazi, joe Fasano, Barbara Fnylor, Hazel Foy, Don Fraidenburg, Nadine Garcia, Janet Gettman, Darlene Goir, Bob Groce, Gain Hanson, Colleen Hanson, Carol Ann Hart, Mary Ann Hartley, Gene Hayakawa, Francis Hebrank, Gary Henderson, Peggy james, Doris jenkins, 91...SENIOR CHOIR School lacheerr-6. 1' -ra , gif r- ' "X ,. ' "iii-31 -ff' ' -r . x ' ff- if 'if 1 '- ' mir'-,Sei ' , " A file' G. we OPERA A. Hdiloaeom 'Timiu S P R I N G Q fx Qofpn as eg, V etnvjf , 1 X I , Judy Johnson, Linda Kcssncr, Sheila King, Carol Ann Knowlton, Marclla Ladwig, Sandra Larson, Ann Madonna, Shirley Maher, Helen Mathews, Lorcnc Mattiln, June Morgan, Olarec Morris, Peggy O'Rourke, Joyce Osawa, Leola Parricclli, Marie Pederson, Drca, Petty, Ginger Powers, Harold Raatz, Sophia Richtmyer, Mcrrily Roush, Harriet Rubin, Janet Rush, Charles Shaffer, Don Sheets, Shirley Skinner, Ken Storey, Carol Thurlow, Tsukiyo Tanino, Gail Twilligear, Janice Wagner, Gloria Williams, Nancy Williamson, Berry Woodward, Diane Woodcy, Inez Yates. . 0 DRAMA AND HONORS...92 Pat Bondurant, 1-4, 6-83 Herb Collier, 1-4: Lydia Commisso, 3-5, 7, 83 Muriel Dunn, 7, 83 Dick Eagon, 1, 2, 65 Mhry Lyn Erlendson, 7, 8, Odessa Frost, 3-8, 11: Linda Harris, 3, 6, 7, 83 Jim Hilton, 1-4, 6, 7, 109 Alice Jacox, 1-4, 6-8, 11. 1. Senior Play: 2. Senior Play Assembly: 3. Commencement Play: 4. Centennial Play: 5. Imzior Play: 6. Hallazurrwz Assembly: 7. "Wirztcrsct"g 8. Shakespeare: 9. VVaslJington-Lincoln Assembly, 10. Bcwjanlin Frfrnklin Assembly: 11. Girls' Club Plays: 12. junior Dirbvtor of Senior Play. Awards and Honors Ifby Crawford Cup . . . Virginia Huntington Ralph Knapp Inspirational Award 1952 . . . Bill Robbins , Macdonald C01llE5f 1951 . . . Girls lst: Toby Barto: 2nd: Dorothy Spittler: Boys lst: Jerry Sando: Znd: Avrum Turk Dramatics Cup . . . Carol Collins Tolo Weekly Inspirational Award . . . znd semester 1951: Carol Lou Reynolds: lst semester 1952: Pat Ramsey Art Awards 1952 Scholastic Gold Key Art Awards john Akers james Cunning C41 Ronald Perry Q22 Scholastic Art Awards in Show Donna Drake James Cunning Helen Ann Douglas Q65 Carole Yakovxch Seattle Art Museum Show Ronald Perry james Cunning John Akers Toby Barto Dick Elliot Kenny Zack i 421: dvd I' fi . L y i 1 M 13 1 y 3. . y ' f gi - ' iyql O . ' . . 1. . I X- 1 .5" li ,WW ,, 1 1 93...DRAMA. AND HONORS Karen Klclfmnn, 7, 85 Charlotte Leren, 3, 7, 85 Harris Mack, 1-3, 7, 8, Joan Maynard, 3-8, 115 Nancy McCartney, 1-4 7, 8, 11, Mary Ann Nelson, 2, 125 Jackie Peterson, 3-8, 115 Par Rosenberger, 3-8, 113 Jerry Sando, 1-4, 6-10, Shirlie Starkenburg, 5, 6, 115 Cathy Wclamler, l-4, 6-8, 10. I. Senior Play, 2. Senior Play Astcnlblyg 3. COIIIlllt'lIL't'IIll'IIf Play, 4. Centennial Play, 5. Iunior Play, 6. Hallowrclz Axscmblyg 7. "Winlm':rl"g 8. Slltlkl'Iff'!'lll'!'f 9. 1Vtl5llll1R1011--Lllll'0lIl Axsrmblyg 10. Bfllilllllfll Fnmklin Asxcmblyg 11. Girls' Club Plays 2 12, flllllfil' Dn'r'z'I0r of Svuior Play. 1951 Scholastic-Scholarship Awards- 'fllichard Ramsey QWest Pointj, 'Carol Collins fS:1ral1 Lawrence Collegej, 4Tim Clifford CYaleJ, f'Andy Hcngcsteg, "'Don Montgomery, 'i'Pctcr Pratt fMassachusetts Institute of Technologyjg 'Uudy Steen, 'l'Eleanor Panzica Wl1itn1an Collegejg X1Carol Lou Reynolds fwarwick Fundjg 'lDon Parks QSears and Roebuckjg :5Karleen Matthicscn flillensburgjg :fAurora Valdez fRetail Selling No. 1 Awardjg 'i'Bessie Dubick QCity of Seattle, Home Economics in Businessjg '1Evclyn Egan fSeattle Universityjg 'fGlori:1 Wahlgren fUniversity of Washington-Alplia Chi Omegajg Gerry Madison Wllashington State College- Board of Regents and Shadle Awardjg Martha Polic fWasl1ington State Collegt+Shndle Awardjg Norman Hallam fSeattle Pacific Collegejg james Armitage CU. R. O. T. CJ YI' Full Tuition. 1951 Honors- Rensselaer Award in Science . . . George Burket: Bausche and Lombc Medal . . . Richard Ramsey. TRACK...94 .-1-17 1 - , ewf- - :-f-4 ,Q --e,aq-f4.f..- V, . V .5 , I Q X X X , e iq G 4 - if . M" ' sf! ,, Y. V-'f fl , 1' H any - .T -Y: ? V? . fr .2 .V J. iffy H. 1 'fic 1 ' ' v mv ,. V-at' gf " ' A , r. :gl 7 l .1-, 6 A, , V Q ' V E' , 2 ,, -iz . ' 5 r, X A-Y ,M W, , , . , 38,5- .zg i if T4 f ., gg, t - wf , yi . ,,- ll ' i . - A A-A . -W 1 , "-.wi , -. Group Piclufe- Back Row-Left to Right . . . Keith Jacobsen, Don Brooks, Gary Vango, Otis Rollins, Steve Bannick, J. C. johnson, Middle Row . . . Daniel Allen, Tom Kueblcr, Jerry Smith, Abe Angell, jim Hilton, Duane Perrigo, Bill Kappler, Gary Bryant. Froni Row . . . Bill Haddon, Bob Grant, Del Branch, Frank Knox, Wayne Bradshaw, Jim Chinn, Herbert Brown, Percy Knox. lndhlidudls- Lcfl To Rigbl . . . Abe Angell, Wayne Bradshaw, Jerry Smith, jim Hilton, Dan Allen, Bob Grant, Bill Haddon, Keith Jacobsen, Duane Perrigo, Tom Kueblerg Don Brooks, Steve Bannickg J. C. Johnson, Tom Johnson, Herman Warncld, Bob Pollard, Otis Rollins. n QSMTRACK .4 , f 72- .. i' . 'N . n fi' 'f -V? l .fl a A nf ' ,FA a ,I '. Vi. 'JEL-'."L,: ' .3 ,J , - gum, Second Tedm- Left io right-Bark Row . . . Avrum Turk, john Henriksen, Tom Bigford, Frank Buck, Dick Jones, George Tharalson. Third Row . . . Bob Ellez, Rudy Malaspina, Everett Atkins, Blaise Lewark, Alan Bushley, Fred Richards, Walt Hoclzl, james Kcski. Scromf Row . . . Mike Hane, Jim Telgenlioff, Don Dean, George Cassill, Barry Savage, Don Collis, Dan Alit, Don Brown, Warren Gustafson. First Row . .' . John Bauman, Gerry Sayler, Harlow Labart, Collin Blakely, Jim Plumb, Phil Alit. C0ctCh85- Leonard Saalwaechrer 1938 ong Doug Kirk 1928-1936, Rudolph Soukup 1919-l926g QRoy Hall 19375 Harold Sorenson 19271 BASEBALL...96 es -5 I i 1 . " ' B- 1-. A V R, wffqfs i M i.. , , ' in AA .f Q ' , gif ,, . 'V . 2. w ff ', 1" ' K ' M 4' A A' l L 1 L ii i A- . X Q, w , Xe 1- X , ii, J 1 ' " l - b . ,ff .T "f'. , V I - V: vez N I 1 Q-, n X , f ,5 :. in V . A., . ,U-,-fi ,I -: l 'J ! J.'. A If . N 1 . . V. Y in " fl,LA??ia7 1 gf X 1' A H. Q Q 'V l l H 7 ' ' i " ' ' "" ' J B " ' i l ,,,. , e. B525 ' . " 'TL' Individuals- Left to Right: Top io Bolfom . . . joe Kenney, Coach Lanman, Bill Robbins, flies: Player, Captain, Inspira- tionalj, Louie Archer, Jim Asp, Bud Truscan, Nathaniel Love, Bill Hagen, Bill Price, Babe Bates, Bob Spcllman, Bill Hull Jerry Maxwell, O. L. Mitchell. i Group PiCf14fe-- Jerry Maxwell, Bill Hull, Bud Truscan, Lloyd Bair, Dave Paulsen, Bruno Boin, Coach Lanman, Bob Irwin Richard Prim, Bill Price, Babe Bates, Larry Downey, O. L. Mitchell, Bill Kottenbrock, joe Young, Bill Hagen, Joe Kenney, Nathaniel Love, Bill Robbins, Louie Archer, Jim Asp, Bob Spellman, Bob Wilson. 97.. BASEBALL LY, 5 - ,,,..i.....--1. H I Mi ,,,5 i 1 I H ll F l ',4.ZfE1:1Z1:B AS B ZB LL s QUAD W 'a C0dCh8S-11. Waller J. Rcseburg, 1913-1920, 2. Tony Cales, 1921-19255 Rudolph Soukup, 19265 Doug Kirk, 19275 4, Ralph fPopQ Recd, 1928-19415 S. Harry Benson, 1942-1945, 6. Harvey Lanman, 1942, 1946. Pivlnrfd as No. 3 above is Fred Hutchinson, class of 1937, now with the Detroit Tigers. 1951 Second Tfdfn-Third Row . . . Coach Don Means, Jerry Reid, Ernie Taylor, James Bakkc, Larry O'Donne1l, War- rcn Campbell. Stroud Row . . . Bob Scgalla, Roland Usibelli, Walt Taulbee, Art Masoero, Jerry Asp, Floyd Ring, Jerry Green, Robert Clemens, Manager Carl Wcntwortli. Firxt Row . . . Phil Roberts, Allen Link, Ion Wamba, Dick Turner, John Fromnii, Eddy Almquisr, Le Roy Capili. CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1914, 1929, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1942, 1944. fXWl'l1Clllill1 Trophy became our permanent property in 19392. I l w TENNIS...9s .-F..-. ---, K...,:, fm- - - e 7,5 ,P ., b - 14.1. - , , ' , ,: Z, . I l if, A 3 2 S f ff- M lf' 'E ' Q - if V . I . I Al, V wr H - ARE!! . N . If v , 2 I' l ,Z , ,, ' - ll917'l'liNNlS 'l'l'1.-KH V L li A ' xi ik ' , ll-L f 1? ff' ' . 1' 'l l ' ' fe 1 1 f' ' -:li iii-T' Q - i. ' A '. Y' , ! qf'!' ' V Q-K " ,. , E,-,gfga F. i A VV ng? I: qw -wid, f lg 4 ,f-4 . if L A, - 1 v '. 3-4' ' fb' :' . ' "' , s 5-X f . uc' 4 -"wi if M l A r i ff ll C0dCh6'5-Mr. Grant Laizure-1919 to 19475 Mr, Clarence Panzica-19485 Mr. Shirley Boselly-19495 Mr. William Toomey -1950, 1951. Individuals- Left to Right: Top to Botlom . . . Milton Lew, Richand Eng, Danny Marr, Don Woolfe, Don Hallum, Felix Skowronek, Lawrence Pesce, Steve Massey, Leland Whitney, Clayton Eng, Larry Magraw. Group Picture- Front Row . . . Richard Eng, Milton Lew, Don Hallum, Danny Marr, Don Woolfe, Felix Skowronek. Second R010 . . . Johnny Barrow, Leland Whitney, Frank Lord, Tommy Frey, Glenn Berger, Bob Strong, Clayton Eng. Third Row . . . Kent Clark, Steve Massey, Larry Magraw, john Pritchett, Rod Dreyer, Lawrence Pesce. i 'Lx , 5 A p lf . W lr J '99... GOLF ,7 3 All r 1 f V I L V' L 41 ,gy wig. ir' I 0- ' . YIJ- ' ' f 11'-fc , 5' vi 5 19825 uo1-1-' '1'x1p,xx1 Q .U mx , Y 3 L. . " U ' :- 51253 1 1 'il' 1 ' I S 1 - . -'55, ' A . If Ct ' Q i ii : ei X X QT ,-' A- ALA jf Q -8,3 5. l 1 Q 51 ., . . ffl ml J ii' we 1 at C0dCh65-Mr. Ralph Knapp-1925 no 1931, 1933 to 19555 Mr. Tony Cales-1932, 1936 and 1937: Mr, Walter Reseburg -1938 to 19475 Mr. W':il1cr Campbell-1948 and 1949g Mr. Shirley Boselly--1950 to present. I71di'Vidudl5-Lrff lu Rigbl: T011 I0 BOHOIII . . . Ray Kribble, Fred Willey, Don Fuda, John Hansen, Ed Cox, Ralph Lnguzzino, jim lingon, Lnrry Kleinburg, Robert Gilman, Dick Iingon, Alan Mitchell. Group Pitfure-Ifrulll Rauf . . . Kermit Rosen, Fred Wfillcy, Ray Kribble, Richard Epstein. Setolnl Row . . . Elvin Luse, Larry Kleinlzerg, Ralph Lngozzino, John Hansen, Robert Gilman, Herbert Gronley. Third Rau' . . . Richard Richtmycr, Steve McCauley, Dick Eugen, Alan Mitchell, Jim Eagan. FOOTBALL ...100 2 27 3 g sim su ff f"'Q sofa? S20 Q il' 2 if 3 2 "7 'if li B fl W :xml I it . QQ, u in . Q . eg J, 1 3 Kxlgil g- g W I l ' In .H I ' , il 9 E 5 I ! Q5 . li 1 ' .E Q E Q . W H af L L f f "iv" ' , 'Uh l 'V gl Ji 'L 'ye li ,S . - 9 it L 5 .1 W Q - .. .47 . Q 9 5 .3 1 'L M32 C A " B' J lr 1. 3. me 5 ,yy 5 I B. 3 It y 'I 5 Q I 5 fe ' I , f s ii Hr,r-Q.ew1 . r t 1 M5455 9231. aiiief' 'bee r.,., P . as - tae.. fa. - H -.4 A H .1 . 2 3 452-'142fE47f.33fs41?f39a3Ufe44si34.. E42 f Group Picture-Fran: Row . Curtis Holmes, Bill Price, Russell Jerry Reid, Walt Taulbee, jack Tbirzl Row . , . Coach Lanman, B Fourlb Row . Al Schrader, J Sanden, Bruce Backer, Lloyd Bai Fujioka, Cutler Lewis, O. L. Mitc r Individuals- 1 Teddy Fujio Player, 41. joe Kenney . . . Co- 35. Frank Greco, 37. Walter To 45. Jack Murray, . . Bill Kottenbrock, Frank Greco, ,lack Murray, joe Peterson, Doug Riggs, Ron Lynn, joe Kenney, Wells, Art Flores, Merle Bardesono. Second Row . . . Walter Townse Crow, Ernie Taylor, Obert Moi. nd, Dick Lawrence, Bob Carter, Art Masoero, Joe Young, Larry Downey, Leroy Capili, Paul Tanzer ill Kappler, Barry'Savage, Eddie Wood, john Livingston, Bill Barrow, Jon Wnmba, Jerry Sayler, Teddy hell, Babe Bates, Danny West, Phil Roberts.. C. Johnson, Fred Haskell, George Griffith, Mitchell Navarre, Edwin Dean, Jim Corner, Gary Vander , Sandy Dorbecker, Herbie Brown, Brian Beebe a, 3. Walt Taulbee, 10. Herbie Brown, Il. Babe Bates, I2. john Livingston, 17. Larry Downey, 18. Jon L. Mitchell, 22. Art Masoero, 24. Merle Bardcsono, 25. Dick Lawrence, 38. Curtis Holmes . . . Best . k Wamba, 20. Ernie Taylor, 21. O. Captain, 47. Doug Riggs . . . Co-Captain, Inspirational, 29. Lloyd Bair, 30. Bill Price, 34. Art Flores, wnsend, 39. Cutler Lewis, 40. joe Young, 43. Bill Kottenbroek, 44. Russell Wells, 42. Joe Peterson, ol, 1 0 .01 ...FOOTBALL .ann rram x F 411, an Q 1 Q -.olivia aox f ' 9 U . ifiv-Y: PP ' 'P U . Y '-Sa 'V mana an i i Y fl . TI1 ll 91,51 . ,- L Q 'mi QD V TEGM1 Bark, Row . . . Irving B. Goddard, Gordon Townsend, David Bishop, David Ballaine, John Young, Doug Thurlow, Ray Lownds, Glenn O'Brien, john Henriksen, Bill Barone, Noel Peterson, Coach Keyes. Tbirrl' Row . . . Frank Takeoka, Ed Almquist, John Fromm, Don Tomlen, Tom Monroe, Bill Kramer, Roger Holmes, joel Melin, Mike Houtenne, Jerry DePorter, Warren Campbell. Second Row . . . jerry Asp, Don Kenny, Bob Simpson, Howie Stcffan, Ron Williams, Harold Johnson, Tommy Trautman, Gary Bryant, Ted Gray, Alfred Capili, jack McCloud, Anthony Di Nardo, First Row . . . john Chatalas, Allen Ramm, Bob Johnson, Roland Usibelli, Bob Perkins, Neil Rankin, Bill Recd, Edwin Pearl, Jim Watkins. Mdndgefs- Chuck Edwards, Don Kirkwood, Perry Green, John Schwarzmann, Frank Gray, Harlow La Bart, Vic Turner, Fred Weston, Vic Polic, Collin Blakely. 1922 Cht1111pi01l5-1. Harry Spiedel, 2. jack Stotler, 3. Oliver Noji, 4. Victor Rivers, S. Hayward Dare, 6. Benjamin Speller, 7. Henry Kono, 8. Harold Wood, 9. Brice Taylor, 10. Norman McDonald, 11. Tctsu Kawazoe, L2. Francis Bjerring. 1916 Tedln-Capt. Townsend, Boob Bronson, Cy Rumble, Cupid Burns, Bub Benson, Fat Robertson, Chcsboro, Phil Rucker, Jeff Moore, Cap Harriott, Thornton, Efaw, Rogge, Richardson, Smith, Prim, Spiedel. Coaches' BOX-1. Nicholas Majerus, 1912: 2. Walter Reseburg, 1913-1919, 3. C. E. Dvorak, 1920-19213 4. Rudolph Soukup, 1922- 19254 5. Douglas Kirk, 1926-1934, 6. Ralph fPopJ Reed, 1935-1938, 7. Harvey Lanman, 1939-19415 8. Leonard Saalwaechter, 1942- 1945g 9. Harvey Lanman, 1946-1952. BASKETBALL . . . 102 NW x ,- x I . -..1 , f. K . . 'mi ff! -' 5' f 'f2,? ,,. .. J e W .fe . , Q! ', L' g- UAF' f ' NI v If l xZ"'i"' -"J X f 1 A LK 'N -W ,Af W ff N f e fl " ess i ' -, Q ,, ,. i . l High. in 16' ' I .A g f' Fif i li , ge pl"a?a, -eg. gf R, Bi Q gill i Group PiCfuTe- Front Row . . . Del Cave, Frank Buck, Pere Sobich, Bill Hagen, Milan Janusevich. Second Raw . . . Coach Saalwaechter, Noel Piland, Bruno Boin, Jack Bannister, Bud Truscan. Individuals-42. Bruno Boin, 77. Bill Hagen, 55. Del Cave, 44. Frank Buck, 34. Pete Sobich, 00. Milan Janusevich, 11. Noel Piland, Coach Saalwaechter, 88. Bud Truscan, 66. Jack Bannister. 103 ...BASKETBALL gl 0-1 .Ji-' ' V A F A i Q ' aff- ,gif " , Q', as Z'iigfffWP?E5iA ,as 'a ' W in Y . V .ri 1 Q li , , A2132 S M SW 1 nf l 1 ,- ml il I 1 X i J ' ui 1. 52 1 'Q A.. ' ,-Q f ,Q-Q. W ' ' , rl - 1 . - - T fx-V 'FSA' ,W - ,V 8 ' 1" ' 1' . l :'.-: m AY, .l , T ' 3' I -: Af Q' . 'i N I x- Y: if - ' A, . is 2 X ' in ,..- -, ig! ' ,wp ' ,Q 2 . , In 'Ph".pn-as-s. if .. A 2 K . Ill-in-H-gl X f' iw 1 sf , I ' COLE- Cmfr fuer , v THOIPBUDN lVlAXVVBl.L VN-.J. QESEBUQU-cofxcn CACCIA- CAP1, , SEGEL ELl.ilOTT Second Tednl-Frou! row . . . Don Dahlgren, Bill XVrigl1t, Leroy Dahlgren, Lloyd Bair, O. L. Mitchell, Bob Linscott. Second Row . . Don Hallum, Barry Hrinson, jim Bakke, Ernie Taylor, Bob Scgalla, Dave Willingham. Tedhl-Frou! Row . . . Frank Lord, Pete Routos, john Thomas, Dick Cusack, jim Watkins, Floyd Ring, Bruce Backer, Allen Link, john Barrow. Svvoml Row . . . Bruce Rothnic, Don Eliason, Fred Allinson, jim Greer, Kichio Ishamirsu, Ray Massey, jim Harper, jim Gow, jack Nash, Dale Mohler. Tbirrl Row . . . Buzz Coe, Bob Karr, Irving Goddard, jerry Kenney, Don Constanzo, Dick Meade. Fvurib Row . . . Coach Means, Dave Bailey, Jim Collzeck, Bob Erchinger, Dick Patricelli, Joe Lewis. Managers- Frou! Row , . . Walt Taulbee, Roy Tschabold, Larry Rurlxruff. Second Raw . . . Wally Smith, Blaise Lewark, Tommy Johnson, Abc Angell, john Courage, Herman Warheld. , COdCh6S-- Top Row . . . Walter Rescburg, 1913-19205 Rudolph Soukup, 1923-1925. Middle . . . C. Dvorak, 1921-1922. Bottom . . Douglas Kirk, 1927-19359 Clifford Peck, 1936-19385 Leonard Saalwacchtcr, 1938-present. SKI TEAM . . . 104 K! QP eb Aff un- m A mn. -.i -v,- .- -k 1 .- if si - . 1-1 I." H S 159-"' 5 y M. 6- uf' f f 'A , f l . V "gl V V x , 8 x v , ,f 5 WI- . J - li f - 1 1 q 4 .. i V , I 'Z X , f . N ',,j kjtrg -1 I , A I Y EH - -J ,T jf , I . ' ' fl Q 52. ' Q, ,N , M - M Q L. me 1 M , W , l 1' ,4,:,,35fIv , rg., Q , 'Il '- f :S - . ,.,.. .ff - gif? . 'HW la 1 l Lynn Albin, John Courage, Jerry Dodson, Joanne Ingraham, Don jeffrey, Bill Massey, Steve Massey, Dorothy Ann Mitchell, Gordon Mitchell, Shelby Schuck, Sara Softky, Walt Taulbee. M r 105...SW1M TEAM 1 ' A 1 AY R 'qv V X ,. 6- . H , gh V ,f-- ei i l 'fr 5' fi f . gi., if lll 1: 'A , 4 - 42 ' li .if 1. if 'P 7 -... M e- l i l i .W ' 'ii 1' l ' g l ' a d 'V b .. ..MrY yv - I I Y E . " L ' " W W is' fig . . i Q ' Q , V K 1 - 5 5, 1 M Q M y b 1, .E V ' ' 4 .. N rf UGUSE Myusr V -,lu mio.-ii lLJi,y1'f, "N- 'A ,f?,4-e ' Y-- +50 I 1 ll xi iwlnim - ' . . ' l 1 ll!-x . if as ' E Q ,W e M .. "3 U i .v. iv gre- Q :ar A W CN x X. " an 'A A M. 'F . N i . - y 1' TP " I Slmron Abncy, Babe Bates, Judy Benson, jcnnne Cruicksluank, Bliss Finlayson, Mary Jane Finley, Janet Gettman, Harold Johnson, jerry Kenney, Kathie King, Bill Kottcnbrock, Wilbur Kottenbrock, Steve Massey, Jack McCloud, Dave Mohler, Patti Monson, Bob Moore, Jeannine Napier, Mcrilou Pnnzica, joe Peterson, Ginger Powers, Lee Rittenburg, Shelby Sclmuck, Amy Sonntag, Wally Smith, jo Ann Webster. QUAKER MAlDS...106 L 'S' ,N 'Nm sf 1' YT .121 K eo, 4-" N 'W -i. F 'FATF ...W x., -f- E fx ' A 'MGF in Xu ,. fv- H... g ' , Lorine Brown, Julie Cossalter, Jackie Edwards, Joan Filk, Shirley Fortney, Joanne Garner, Kathleen Gibson, Jeannette Gran- strom, Carrol Ann Hart, Rae Hayashi, Maureen Jakubo, Diane johnson, Janet Jones, Christine Larson, Carolyn Martinson, Pat Matthews, Delores Miller, jackie Moore, Yoshiko Nishimura, Sue Sen Pang, jean Perry, Nancy Price, Tsukiyo Tnnino, Sharon Thompson, Martha Uyeda, Setsuko Uyeda, Nancy Ventcrs. Adviser: Miss Shaw. 1o7... GIRLS' SPO vs. Qi '5 !""' 'hi as 'sv- , .5 -1-N "fel" fv- IFN xfv 'R ' fs f., ' 12' if ? fn . CY 4" srl' - 1 . 5. T? is ,gm -su , . . X Janice Almy, Susan Fiscus, Sheila Fraser. Bev Gleason, Gloria Goodman, Gail Hanson, Audrey Heath, Lillian Iwago, Gills Jacobsen, Lynn jenkins, Srenplianie johnson, Nancy Kclir, Caroly Kennedy, Linda Kessncr, Doris Lew, Mary Arm Lundy, Janice tty Mettler, Ida -lane Micsumori, Emiko Okada, Grace Orchard, Peggy O'Rourke, Jancll Poulsen, Kathleen Scott, james, Doris Matsuoka, Bc Dorothea Seymour, Elaine Siusser, Eileen Thompson. Tbexr' girls bare varucrf more Ibm: 100 poiuls in zwrious xporfs. Q RTS K' I 'v'X T' l ax an Carol Aspcnwnll, Martha Boley, Anne Collier, Shirley Dahlgren, Dcannc De Marco, Marilyn Donfrio, Carolyn Eng, WHO'S WHO . . . and Where to Find Them FACULTY Reseburg, Walter J. . . . 6,97, 103 Principal Garrison, Harry . . 7 Vice-Principal Benson, Harry ....... 10, 97 Phys. 1, 2, Biol. Study. Betz, Betty ....... . 11 Sth, Music, Gym. Biles, Mrs. Helen ....... 11 Office, Attendance Clerk. Bisazza, Charlotte ..... 11, 128 Art 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 65 Adv. Artg Lettering, Art Director for Tolo Annual, Sculpturing. Bollman, Marie ........ 9 Spanish 1, 2, 3, 43 Ger. 1, 2, 3, 49 Ft. 1, 2, 3, 4. Boselly, Shirley ........ 10 Math. Dept. Head, Alg. 1 2, 3: Geom. 1, 2, Math. Anal, App. Math. Brannen, Marie ...... . 9 World 1, 25 Wn. State. Brewer, Mildred .... . 9 Sth, Eng.g Soc. Studies. Britain, James ....... 8, 42 L. A. 9, Comp. 3, Sth Eng. Broderick, Daisy ..... . S Library. . Brunet,Jane . , ....... 12 Typing 1, 2, OE. Prac. 1, 2, Comm. Ai-ith. Caddey, Eugene ...... . 10 Boys' Healthg Boys' Gym: Study. Chambers, L. May ....... 10 Gen. Science, Alumni Comm. Chapel, Curtis ....... 11, 90 Ir. Choir, Sr. Choir, Boys' Choir, Orch. Cline, Blanche ....... 10, S9 Girls' Adviser. Cole, Marsden . . . 8 Library. Copeland, Paul ..... . 9 World 1, 2, Wn. Stateg Pac. Rim. Davenport, Noah ....... 9 ' Hist. Dept. Hcadg U. S. 1, 2, Current Prob. Davis, Rosanna ..... . 9 8th, Eng.g Soc. Studies, Math. Q Doheny, Harriet .... . 10 Alg. 1, 2gGeom.1, 2g Math. St. ' Ehrgott, George K. ..... . 11 I Wood lg Adv. Woodg Stage, 8th Shop. Erickson, Arthur . . . . . . . 8 English Dept. Head, L. A. 10, Comp. 3, 4, Lit. 3. EVMr',Phillip ' ', ' ' ' 10 Hunt, Harold ....... . 10 Vis. Ed.: Sr. Science: , . , Alg. 1, 2, App. Math.g Geom, 3, Photo., Gen. Science. Sth Math. Finley, Helen ..... ' . . . 12 Hunter, Lila ....... . . 9 Study. Lat. 1, 2, 3, 4: Adv. Lat. Grebe, Louise . ....... 8 Hurley, Jesse ....... 8, 128 L. A. 9. Lit. 35 L. A. 105 Pub., Grove, Sarah . 1 10 Comp. 4, Adviser of Annual Sth, Science. Jardine, Nan ........ 8, 14 Hall, Lola ...... . 12 Lit- S: Comp- 4: Ent- Sr-s Gen, Business 1, 2, Sr. Class Adviser. Haskell, Louise ..... . 9 johnson, Ralph . . . 9 8th, Eng.g Soc. Studies. U. S. 1, 23 Study. Hovland, Norman ..... . 11 Karrer, Frank .-..-.-. 10 IAZ"ihAgV- gech' DL? Alg. lg Geom. lg App. Math., rc . r., t mop. Study- Keyes, Forrest . . . . . 8, 101 L. A. 9, 10. Knapp, Ralph . . . 10, S8 Boys' Adviser. Korsmoc, Olga ..... . 9 Sth, Eng.g Soc. Studies. Kuebler, Helen .... . 10, 31 Alg. 1, 25 Geom. 1, 2. Kuehn, Halma .... . 8 . Comp. 3: L. A. 9,10. Lanman, Harvey . . . 12, 96, 97,100 Boys' Gym, Football. Lewis, Helen .... . . . 12 Girls' Gymg Intramurals. Luppold, Mary ....... 8, 42 L. A. 105 Lit. 3, Comp. 4. McClelland, Victor ..... Sr. Band, jr. Band, Girls' Band, Bookroom, Glee Clula. MacDonald, Aristelle ..... Sp. Arts, Play Prod., Guid., Wn. State. Means, Don. . . . . Alg. I, 2, 3: Biol.: Ap. Math., Geom. 2. Typ. I, 2, Pen 86 Spell., Morris, Wfilliam . . . . U. S. 1, 2, Comm. Law, Wiz. State. Bkp. I. Mowery, Margaret . . Retail Selling. Mullen, Doris . Biology. Newlands, Fern ..... Homemaking 1, 2, 3, Cl., Adv. Cl., Dr. Making. Owen, Roberta ...... . ll Craft, Cos. Des., Letter., 8th Craft. Palmer, jean . . 12 Girls' Gym. Percival, Dorothy Home Visitor. Phillips, Vergie . . . 11 Oflice. 1 Kffmf :LX Portmann, Frieda . . ll f sth, Art. Quigley, Agnes .... . . . 9 Spanish I, 2, 3, 4, Study. Rice, Barrie ......... 11 Industrial Arts. Dept Head, Metal Shop, Elect. Shop, 8th Shop. Rice, Bertha . . 11 Office. 109.. . WHO'S WHO Ruddies, Gertrude . . 12 Lunch Room. Saalwaechter, Leonard . . . 12, 103 Boys' Gym, Basketball, Track. Sameshima, Cathleen . . . 8 Counselor Assistant. Samuelson, Byron . . .l . . 9 Wn. State, World 1, 2, U. S. 1, 25 Debate. Shaw, Anna Belle ..... 12,106 Girls' Gym, Girls' Health. Siegel, Sarah ........ 10 Chem. 1, 2, Study, Alg. Z. Siegner, Vernon ..... . 11 jewelry, Sth Shop. he :,f:'.-,. as-"" WHO'S WHO . . . 110 Smith, Anne ........ 10 8th Math.: Eng. Staegcr, David . ...... . 9 Wn. State: Study: Sth Math. Stevens, james .... .... 8 L. A. 10: Comp. 4: Lit. 3, 4. Stoll, Awolt ......... 12 Comm. Dept. Head: Typ. 1, 2, 3, 4. Strain, Isabel ........ R Counselor Strong, Dale ...... . 12 Bus. Eng.: Sten. 1, 2, 3, 4. Toomey, William ..... . 12 Bkp.1, 2, 3, 4: Typ. 1, 2. Underhill, Merle . . . . . 12 Study Hall. Van Tilborg, Paul . . . . 8 L. A. 9: Sp. Reading. Walker, Norman . . . Q 9 World 1, 2: Wn. State. NVarncr, Genevieve . . . 11 Girls' Health: 8th Home Econ. Wettleson, Robert . . . . 8, 83 News Wr.1, 2, 3, 4: Lit. 3. Williston, Barbara . . . . 8 I.. A. 93 8th Grade. Wilson, Lena ......... 11 8th Home Econ.: Home Mak.: Cl.: sth Math. Wilson, L. L. . . . 12 Custodian SENIORS Ben Franklin Honor Roll BEST STUDENT-Polly Corthell BEST ATHLETE-Curtis I-lolmes BEST WORKER-Paul Andonian BEST SPEAKER-Stan Beetham BEST ACTOR-Cathy Welander BEST ARTIST-Ron Perry BEST SCIENTIST-'Wayne XVeld MOST ACTIVE IN CLASS-"Frankie" CLASS BOOSTER-Dick Eagon MUSICAL-Felix Skowronek 'i'Honor Society Members "Aim, Young . . . . 14,1S, 60, 62 Boys' Club 1, 2, 3: Honor Soc. 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Track 2: Roll Rep. 3: Class Officer C4-S'ec.j: Lunch Room 3, 4: Allen, Daniel . . . . . . Student Council 4: Color Guard 4. Interests: Sports, debate, stamp collecting, Spade Club. Peeve: Careless Students. Ambition: To be a teacher or doctor. Allen, Carol Jean Ueanniej . . . Tahoma High 1, 2, 3. Hobbies: Foreign coin collecting, music, drawing. Pet Peeve: Snakes, spiders. Ambition: To be a good worker. Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Interests: Quaker Hi-Y. Ambition: Doctor. 15,94 Alles, Ronnie ........ 15 Monroe lg Ballard 2: Boys' Club 3: Pep Club 4. Allict, Joan ....... 15, 61 Ski Club 1, 2, 3: P.T.A. Usher 1: Honor Soc. 3, 4, Girls' Club 3: GC Chr. 3: Big Cousin Z. Interest: Lake Meridian. Ambition: To attend Wash. State. Alm, Fred ......... IS Ski Club 1, 2, 3. Interests: Football, basketball, swimming. Pet Peeve: People who wear fluorescent colors. Ambition: To go to college. Anderson, Ervin QAndyJ . . . 15, 84 Sr. Band 2, 3, 4. Interests: Sports, music, band. Ambition. To be a forcster. Pet Peeve: McClelland's band policy. 'i'Andoniau, Paul . 1S,28,S8,60,62,83 Intr. Basketball 1, 2: Drama 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Voc. Conf. Comm. 3: Quaker Club 2, 3, 4: BCO. Helper 3, 4. Student Coun. 4. Ambition: To be a doctor. . Angell, Abe .... 15, 64, 94, 103 Track 2, 3, 4: I.cttermen's Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Quaker Hi-Y. Radio. Peeve: Nutty Drummers. Asplund, Harry ....... 15 Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2. Interests: Trathen Hi-Y, cars, women. Pet Peeves: Be Bop, loud people. Ambition: To own a yellow Cadillac convertible. '?Badolato, Ernie . . . . . . 15,28 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interest: Tennis. Peeve: Homework. Ambition: To dodge draft. Bakken, George ....... 15 Interest: Trathen Hi-Y QPres.J. Baldwin, Valder ...... 15, 84 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Girls, band. Pet Peeve: Girls who talk teachers into high grades. Ballainc, Jerry ...... 15, 83 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Interest: Trathcn Hi-Y. Peeve: Girl who can't do their own work. Ambition: To graduate. - Bannick, Steve CUncle Stevey . 16, 83, 94 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 1, 2: Lcttermen's Club 2, 3, 4 CSec. 45: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: jog, Hi-Y. Peeve. Girls who smoke. Ambition: College. "Bannister, Jack .... IS, 28, 102 Honor Sec. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4. Interests: Sports, traveling. Pceve. Nicknames. Ambition: W. C. Barry, Patricia lPatj . . . 15.30.90 Glee Club 1, 2: Choir 2, 3, 4: Nurse I-Ielp. 3, 4. Interests: Singing, dancing. Peeve: Bleached hair. Ambition: To sing with Tommy Dorsey. 'iBeck, Elin ........ IS, 28 Honor Soc. 3, 4. Interests: Mountaineering. Peeve: Prevarieators: Ambition: To tour Iiurope. x'Beetham, Stanley . li, 28, YS, 60, 62, 83 'Bel Bel B. B. I QSeoutJ: Student Coun. l, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 43: Class Pres. 1: Football 2: Upton Contest 2nd Place 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Quaker Club 3, 4: Debate 3, 4: Comm. Play 2: Tolo Weekly 3, 4, ffid. 43: Clnter I'Ii-Conv. 3, 4: Budget Comm. 3: Quill 84 Scroll 4: BC Off. 4. Ambition: Law. l, Jack QMaryJ ..... IS, 28 100 Mile Club l, 2: Roll Rep. 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3. Interests: Boating, eating. Peeve: People. Ambition: To join the Foreign Legion. l, joyce ......... 15 Girls' Club Helper I, 2, 3, 4. Interest: Sports. Peeve. People who create "scences" in public. Ambition: To be a comptometer operator. Benson, Bob ...... . . 15 Football 1: Yell Team 3: Boys' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Girls, Hi-Y. Peeve: Girls who think they are "too Cute". Ambition: College. Benson, joycelyn ....... 16 Interest: Collecting pictures. Ambition: To get away with chewing gum in Miss NVarner's class. "Berry, Mary jane . . . l6,Z8,82,86 "Boi Roll Rep. l, 2, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GC Rep. 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Health Comm. 2, 3: Glee Club 3: Girls' Band 3.4: Study Help. 2: Class Comm. 3, 4: Make-up Comm. 4: Tolo Annual 4. n, Sylvia . . . 1a,2s, 61, 62, as Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.1, 3: Prs. 43: Sr. Lunch. Comm 3: Girls' Club Chr. 3, 4: Student Council 4: Big Cousin 4. Interests: people. Peeves: Coneeited girls, people who dye their hair, eighth graders. Ambition: To have eight kids. Bollinger,.Carole fCookieI . . . 16 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: School Bookkeeping 4. Interests: Dancing, baseball. "Bontlurant, Pat fRedJ . . . 16,30,92 Drama 2, 3, 4: Sr. Play 4: Choir 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Upton Con. 3. Interests: Montana, cattle ranching. Peeve. Two-faced people. l 'iB0oks, Pat . .... 16, 29, 60, 63 Glee Club 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3: Big Cousin 3, 4: Roll Rep. 4: GC Chr. 4. Peeve: People who c:1n't make up their minds. Borski, Kenneth ....... 17 Anglers' Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. Interests: Girls, fishing, stamps. Bovle, George ljoej . . . . . . 17 Interests: Automobiles, ships, Branch, Delbert QTwigJ .... 17 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Interest: Mechanics. Peeve: Lettermen who think they are big operators. 'PBratton, Patti ..... 17, 29, 90 Turnout 1: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4: Operetta 1. Interests: Dancing, men. Peeve: Snoopy people. Brown, Leah fLeeJ ...... 17 Lincoln: Tacoma 1, 2, 3. Interests: Swimming, ice skating. Ambition: To get my diploma. Burt, Arthur fArtl ...... 17 Basketball 1. Interest: Fishing. Ambition: Stay out of the Army. Burt, Robert fBobJ ...... 16 Band 2, 3: Choir 2, 3: Boys' Quartet 3. Interests: Bowling, dancing. 111 . . .WHO'S WHO Burt, Yvonne ....... 16, 90 Choir 2, 4. Interests: Bowling, dancing. Ambition: Secretary. "'Calvo,joe .L . . . 16,l4,29,62,83 Basketball 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Class OH. flst V-Pres. 4j. Interests: JOG, Hi-Y, Spade, Sports. Ambition: To be a doctor. Campbell, jerry ...... . 16 Renton 1: Baseball 2, 3: Football 2. Peeve: Girls snacking on the streets. Ambition: To be a telegrapher. Campeol, Florence QLilJ .... 16 Interests: JOG, music, collecting nicknack pigs. Ambition: To ful- fill my desires. Carlo, Catherine ....... 16 OIT. Helper 1, 2, 3: Study Hall Helper 4. Interests: Dancing. Ambition: Office work. 4Cassicly, Maureen . . l7,29,61, 82, 83 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glce Club ' 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Lib. Help. 1, 2, 3: Library Club 1, 2, 3, fPres. ZJ: Class Comm. 3: GS Chr. 4: Tolo Weekly 4: Annual 4: Big Cousin 4. Interests: Skiing. Peeve: Women who wear anklets with high heels. Caston,jerry . . .- ..... 17 jr. High 1: Football 2: Auto Service 2, 3: Roll Rep. 2, 3: Class Comm. 2, 3, 4: BC Rep. 4: Student Council 4: Fire Drill Squad 4. Interests: I-Ii-Y fPres. 41. Peeve: Girl musicians. Ambition: Study music. Celfone, Carmella . . . . 17 Interest: Dancing. '3Chesnutt, Ellen CEI: . . . . . 17 il'Ch " CI: Honor Sec. 2, 3, 4: Big Cousins 3: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: Motorcycles, dressmaking. Peeve: Crewcuts. Ambition: To be happy. inn, James ....... 17, 29 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Sportsf other sex. Peeve: Martin and Lewis. Ambition: To be an architect. ristensen, Connie CChrisj 17, 29, 59, 61, 62, 88 GC Treas. 4: Ski Club 1, 4: Roll Rep. 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Big Cousin 3: Sr. Luncheon Comm. 3: GC Comm. 3: Glee Club 4. Interests: Music, people, Young Life, hamburgers. A Peeve: Peroxides. Ambition: To have 39 husbands. Clapp, Beverly QBuffJ ..... 16 Honor Soc. 2: Tusitala Club 3. Interests: Boys. Peeve: Girls who wear fluorescent sox. Ambition: To graduate from Franklin to to better things. Clark, Lela ....... 16, 61 Glee Club--1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GC Work 1, 2, 3, 4: GC Rep. 1: Noon Dance Comm. 3. Interests: Singing, people. Peeve: People who gush all over you. Ambition: What's that? WHO'S WHO. . . 112 'i'Collicr, Herb . . . . 16,29,3O,92 Central H. S. Riverside Calif. 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: BC Helper 3: Comm. Play 3: Sr. Play 4: BC Chr. 4. Interests: Photography and my car. Peeve: XVomen. Ambition: To be a lawyer. Collis, Don CCollieJ . . 16, 83, 84,95 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1: Band Off. 4. Interests: Girls, dancing, sports, band, and Mr. Caddey's Health Class. Peeve: Girls that talk all the time. Ambition:'Go to college. Connors, John ........ Seattle Prep. 1: Basketball 2. Interests: Dancing Taking camp- ing trips. Ambition: To get out of H. S. Cook, Dolores ..... . . . Turnout 1. Interest: Dancing. Ambition: To graduate. 'fCorthell, Polly .... 17, 28, 61, 83 A-S Turnout 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: ' Ski Club 2: Big Cousin 3, 4: Roll Rep. 3: GC Comm. 3: Chr. 4: Tolo Weekly 4. "'Courage,John . . . 17,28,103,104 ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 frm. 45: Football 2, 3: Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, 4: Track Mgr. 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4. Interests: Skiing, Ski Patrol, girls, Quaker Hi-Y. Peeve: Sth graders, snow bunnies. Ambition: To beat the draft. Crafts, Don ........ Basketball 1, 2. Interests: Fishing, innocent girls. Ambition: To get out of school. Creevcy Wilma ..... 16, 86, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GC Helper 1, 2: Roll Rep. 2: GC Rep. 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Band 2, 3, 4. Interests: Music, band. Ambition: To ride a fire engine. Cross, Dick ......... Football 1, 2. Ambition: To be a cop. . Cruickshank, Don fCranksl1aftl . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 COff.1, Pres. 43: Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Swim Team 1, 2: Class Treas. Z: Student Council 1, Z, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4. Interests: Girls, boating. Peeve: Curly eyelashes. Ambition: To be a bachelor. Cruthers, Marilyn .... . Turnout 1: Honor Soc. 2. Interest: Dancing. Cunning, James ....... Tolo Annual 3. Interests: Art, music. Peeves: Dopcy dames, red hair. Ambition: Artists. Curry Gaylord ....... Football 1: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Tearing radios apart. Peeve: Guys that think they can beat my hot "36". Ambition: To own an old jalopy that would take anything on the road. q'Curtin, Sheila ...... 17, 28 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Clothes, cars, Pine Lake. Pet Peeve: People who exaggerate. Ambition: To be a secretary. DeDomenico, Paul CSquintJ . . . Quaker Club Z, 3, 3 QV-P. 3, Pres. 43: Student Council 3, 4: Debate 3, 4: Honor Soc. 4. Interests: Politics, Republican party. Peeve: Baron Van Squash of Grub-Shire. Ambition: To live until I die. Delong, Susan ........ Choir 1: Study Helper 2: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: Bowling, miniature golf. DeMu1ling, Dick ...... 16, 90 River Fall, Wisconsin, 1, 2: Browning, Montana 3. Interests: Dancing, golf, swimming. Ambition: Singing. I '! DeMulling, Donald fMontanaJ . 16, 90 River Falls, WlSC0l1Sl11 1, 2: Browning, Montana 3. Ambition: College education. Interest: Male nursing. Peeve: Living in a big city. Detjen, Dick QBig Dickj . . 17, 60, 62 Yell Team 1, 2, 4 CAII-city 1, 2, 35: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Letermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Guidance Plays Plays 1, 2, 3 4: Comm. Play 1, 2, 3: Quaker Club 3, 4: Voc. Conf. 3: Swim Team 3. Ambition: Five Star Admiral. Interestsz' Wine, women, beer, sports. Dideon, Arden ....... 17 O'Dea 1, 2: Ski Club 3, 4. Peeve: People who like school. Interests: Skiing, model cars. "'Dodd, Larry .... 17, 28, 60, B3 Ski Club 1, 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Lunchroom 1, 2: Anglers Club 1: Tolo Weekly 4: Pep Club 4. Interests: Skiing, swimming. Peeve: Teachers who give grades below "A". fiDouglas, Helen Ann fDougD . . 17,28 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Lib. 2: Ski Club 3. Peeve: Straight skirts. Ambition: Graduate from college. Douglas, Shirley ...... 18, 30 Pleasant Hill 1, 2, 3: Sr. Play 4. Interests: Music art, dancing, swimming, skating. Ambition: Concert Pianist. Peeve: Snobbish people. ' Drake, Donna KD. DJ ..... 18 15 Du Tusitala Club 1, 2: Intramural Bowling 2: Study Hall 3: Banking Rep. 3: GC Rep. 3: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: Sports, reading. Peeve: Boys. Ambition: To work at the Telephone Co. nn, Muriel fMimiJ 18, 28, 59, 61, 62, 83, 88,92 Glee Club 1, 4: Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4: Tusitala Club 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: GC Chr. 3: GC Corr. Sec. 4: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: Skiing, swimming. '1 Eagon, Dick Qlchabody 18, so, so, ez, ss, 92, 99 Basketball 1, 2: Ski Club 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Golf 3, 4: I.etterman's Club 4: Tolo Weekly,4: Pep Club 4. Interests: Eating and sleeping. Ambition: Multi- Millionaire. "Eastman, Donald CLefty1 . . . . Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Sports, women. Ambition: To , become a big wheel. Edwards, Charles CDoc1 18, 58, 60, 63,101 Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3 4:, Basketball Trainer 1 2: Track Trainer 1: Lcttcrmen's Club 2, 3, 4: Boys' Club V-P. 4: Student Council 4. Interests: Skiing :Ski Patrnl1, girls. Peeve: Ski bunnies. Ambition: To be a doctor. Egts, Robert ........ Interests: Photography, Stamp collecting. Peeve: People. Elfendahl, Carrie jean IC. 1.1 19, 63, R6, 88 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3: Turnout 1: Girls' Band 3, 4: Soc. Serv. Comm. 3: Basket Clerk 4. Interests: Spade, Photography, parties. Ambition: To become a fashion designer. Elliot, Rose CSqucekie1 .... Costume Comm. 1: Choir Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 3. Interests: Men, dancing. Peeve: School. Ambition: Beautician. "Endslow, Virginia CGinny1 19, 28, 61, 83, 88 Roll Rep. 1, 3: GC Rep 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lSec. 41: P.T.A. Tea 3, 4: GC Chr. 4. Interests: Skiing, swimming. Peevc: People who sign up for committees and never show up. Ambition: College grad. "Eng, Clayton . . . l9,2B,R4,90, Track 1 2: Tennis 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: BC Helper. Peeve: Girls. Interests: Tennis, fishing. Eng, Pauline ........ Interests: Music, pen pals. Ambition: To work in an oflice. 'lEng, Richard ...... 18, 29, Tennis 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 4. Interest: Tennis. Ambition: To make some dough. "'Erlendson, Mary Lyn fLyn1 18, 29, 59, 61, 62, 88, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fOff. 11: Roll Rep. 1: Honor Sec. 2, 3, 4: Comm. Play 2: Student Council 3, 4: Class OIT.-Tieas. 3: Noon Dance Chr. 3: P.T.A. Tea 3: GC Helper 3: MacDonald Contest 3: GC Pres. 4: Inter-School Council 4. Interests: Music, clramatics. Peeve: Geometry. "Ferguson, Mary Jane . . . 18,29,82 Roll Rep. 1, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Make-Up Comm. 2, 3, Per. Eff. Comm. 2: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: College Conf. Comm. 3: Gym Clerk 3: Tolo Annual 4. Interest: Swimming, skiing, books. Pet Peeve: Wisliy washy characters. Ambition: To be a success. Flores, Art ....... 18, 100 Bremerton 1, 2, 3: Football 4. Fogelberg, John Qjohn L.1 . . . Interests: Horses, women, cars. Ambition: Veterinarian. Y Foreman, Maxine CMac1 . . 18, 82, 86 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Tusitala 1: Roll Rep. 2: Big Cousin 2, 3: Girls Band 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Girls Band Oiiiccr 4: Tolo Annual 4. Interests: Dancing, swimming, skiing. Ambition: To be a success. '3'Fountain, Marlene 14, 19, 29, 31, 61, Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 2, 3, 4: GC Chr. 3: jr. Director 3: Sr. Class Treas. 4: Student Council 4. Interests: Horses, tennis, music. Peeve: Conceited men. Fox, Barbara QFoxy1 .... 19 Turnout 1, 2: Tusitala 1: Study Hall 2: GC Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4: Ticket Comm. 4: Make-up Comm. 4. Interests: Dancing, swimming, men, football. Ambition: To get married. Foy, Hazel CDaisy1 ..... 19 Holy Rosary 1: Sr. Choir 4. Interests: Basketball games. Ambition: To be successful. Franklin, Marjorie fMargie1 . . . Shunway Jr. High 1: Library Help. 2, 3. Interests: Dancing, swimming. Ambition: Secretary. Frederick, Donna fFrede1 .... Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Skiing, stamps, boys. Pet Peeve: People who gripe all the time. Ambition: To graduate. Fuecker, Margaret fMargie1 . . 19 Glee 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Horseback riding. Garcia, Nadine fChata1 . 18, 63, 86 Colusa High School. Interests: Music, cats, men. Pet Peeve: Sailors. Ambition: To join the Waves. Gerdon, Gloria ....... Turnout 1: Gym Helper 3. Pet Peeve: Freshmen. Ambition: To go to'Yale. 'iGilman, Robert QBuddy1 18, 29, 83, Roll Rep, 1: Anglers' 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Tolo Wookly 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: BC Helper 3. Interests: Golf, fishing. Pet Peeve: Girls who smoke. 113 . . .WHo's WHO 'iGleason, Lillian QPeggy1 . . . 18,29 Auburn 1, 2: Roll Rep. 3, 4. Interests: Food, sleep, the opposite sex. Pet Peeve: The saying, "Knock it 05", Ambition: To graduate. Goetting Harold ....... 18 Roll Rep. 1: Track 2. Interest: All sports. Ambition: To marry a millionaire's daughter. Greco, Frank . .... 18, 83,100 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 1, 2: Roll Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 4. Ambition: P. E. Teacher at Vassar. Interests: Hi-Y, Spade, Oh, Sweet mystery of life! Green, jerry fNatc1 ..... 19 :fora Anglers' Club 1, 2: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. Interests: Skiing, hiking, fly fishing. Ambition: Insurance salesman. Hin, Beverly fBev1 . 19, 29, 61, 62, 83 Class Sec. 1: Roll Rep. 1, 3: Student Council 1, 3, 4: Turnout 1, 2: Study Hall 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4 QPres. 41: Ski Club 3, 4: GC Chr. 2, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Vocational Conf. 3, 4: All- city Health Chr. 3: Leaders Conf. 3, 4: Inter-High School Coun. 3, 4: Quill BL Scroll 4. Interests: Dancing, music, skiing. Pet Peeve: Be Bop. Ambition: Teacher. 'iGriHin, Tommie . . 19, 29, 59, 61, 62 Ha Ha Roll Rep. 1, 3, 4: Lib. Help. 1: Operetta 1: Quaker Maid 2, 3, 4: Turnout I, 2, 3, 4: Tusitala 2, fVice-Pres. 31: Honor Soc. 2, 5, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: GC Recording Sec. 4. Interests: Eating reading, music. Ambition: "That I may become a fine and Worthy woman". nsen, Jean QBean1 ..... 19 Choir Concert 2, 3, 4. Interests. Sewing, men. Pet Peeve: Cliques in school. Ambition To marry. nsen, Roger QRog1 ..... 19 Bigfork High 1, 2: Basketball 3, 4. Hanson, Colleen fRed1 . . . 19,90 Ha West Seattle 1. Interests: Swimming, music. Pet Peeve: People who borrow paper and pencils. Ambition: Nurse. I nson, Dwane CDewey1 .... 18 Cleveland 1. Interests: Hot rod racing. Ambition: Auto mechanic. lI'IICJ'f5 IIVIICJ .. . 114 Hanson, Neal CPups1 .... 18, 82 Ha Ha :iHa ii-I-In Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Trcas. 15 Student Council 15 Tolo Annual 4. Interests: All sports. Ambition: To get good grades in any subject. Pet Peeve: Grades. worth, Wallace fKansasJ . . . 18 Kansas 1, 2, 3. Interests: Hunting, all sports. Pet Peeve: Girls that smoke. Ambition. To be a millionaire. yakawa, Gene ...... 19, 90 N. Boise Jr. High 1, 42. Interests: Bowling, singing. yashi, Rae ...... 19,106 Roll Rep. 15 Honor 2, 35 Turnout 2, 35 GC Helper 25 Student Sponsor 3, 45 Quaker Maids 4. Pet Peeve: Crew Cuts. ynes, Marion CEMJ . . 19, 28, 30, 63 Helen Bush 15 Bellevue 25 Honor Soc. 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Key Hole Staff 35 Girls' Club 45 Tolo NVeekly 4. Interest: Watching other people work. Pet Peeve: Party poopers, Moron jokes. Ambition: Future Editor of the New York Times. C Hilliker, Lee ........ 19 Philadelphia 1, 2, 3. Interests: Music, sports. Peeve: School. Ambition: Secretary. 'iHilt0n, Jim Ho ti' Ho Ho 20, 28, 30, 58, 60, 62, 63, 82, 92, 94 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 12nd team all-City 3j5 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Upton Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Comm. Play 1, 35 Class Play 2, 45 Quaker Club 45 Stud. Council 45 College Conf. Comm. 45 Pep Club 4. Inter School Leadership Conf. 4. Interests: Hi-Y, JOG, DeMolay, Spade. Peeve: Schmucks. lman, jacquelin fjackicj . . . 20 Interests: School work, annuals, art, music. Ambition: Work after school. ughton, Janice fHoughtiej . 20,28 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Boys, clothes. Pet Peevc: Stubborn boys. Ambition: To stay single. yle, Bob ....... 20, 30 Roll Rep. 1, 25 Boys' Choir 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Debate fScc. Treas. 435 Tusitala Club 4. Interests: Girls, dancing, traveling. Pet Peeve: Girls who don't like boys. Ambition: To get out of school. Hudson, Jim B ........ 20 Highline 2. Interests: Cars, girls. Ambition: To get out of school. Hull, Bill . . ...... 20,96 Football 1, 35 Baseball 2, 3, 4. Interests: Hi-Y, Sports. Pet Pceve. Hebblethwaite, Patricia fPatJ . 18, 63 Gifis who drive- Ambition: Pio Interest: Horseback riding, collecting bronze miniature horses. Pet Peeve: Rude or impolite people. Ambition: Become a ranch owner. Interest: Boys, ice skating, swimming. Ambition: Become a housewife. Hildonen, Sally QDolleyJ .... 18 Queen Anne 1, 25 Crodova 15 Lincoln 2, 3. Interests: Needle work, reading, art. Peeve: Boys. Ambition: College, nursing. 3i'Hill, Claude QBuzzJ .... 19,28 Track 2, 3, 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3 C100 mile clubj. Interests: Wood work. Ambition: College. Hillestad, Don ....... 19 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Interest: Quaker Hi-Y 3, 4. Peeve: Women drivers. Ambition: To be very prosperous. Jac baseball. ox, Alice fAlley-Catj . 21, 30, 61, 92 GC Chr. 45 Roll Rep. 4. Interests: Dogs, art. Pet Peeve: Flashy clothes. Ambition: Artist. Hcbrank, Frances fFrankie Jeanj . 18, 90 James Peggy ...... A 21, 90 Newbern, No. Car. 15 Spokane 25 Sr. Choir 45 Girls' Club 4. Interests: Swimming, dancing. Pet Peeve: People who lie. Ambition: Opera singer. Janusevich, Milan ..... 21, 102 Jar Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2. Interest: Franklin I-Ii-Y. vis, Lorraine fDutchessJ . . . 21 Immaculate 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Costume Comm. 15 Choir 2, 4. Interests: Men, music. Pct Pecve: Cliques in school. Ambition: Singer. Jeffery, Don CRedJ .... 21,104 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Skiing, fishing, hunting. Ambition: To be a success. ,Iohnson,Jack . . . . . . . . Interest: Girls. Ambition: To graduate. johnson, Phyllis QPl1ylj . . . . Roll Rep. 1, 2. Interests: Photography, dancing. Pet Pcevc: Conceited boys. Ambition: Work at Telephone Co. 'i,Iolinson, Tommy . 20, 28, 83, 84, 94, 103 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fPer. Mgr. 2, Rec. Sec. 3, 415 Boys' Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4 QSec.-Trcas. 435 Ski Club Z, 3, 4: Basketball Mgr. 3, 45 Track Mgr. 35 Lettermcn's Club 3, 45 Quaker Club. Interests: Sports, skiing. 'i'Jol1nson, Wesley fWesJ 20,28,58,60,62 ss Track 1, 25 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Tolo Weekly 3, 4 fliditor 415 Boys' Club 3, 4 CTreas. 415 Quill 8: Scroll 45 Student Council 45 Quaker Club 45 Inter- Scliool Council 4. Interests: Chemistry, tennis. Ambition: To split an atom. Jones, Richard fDickJ .... 20 Int. Basketball 2, 35 Ski Club 25 Pep Club 4. Interests: Music, sports. Pet Peeve: Conceited people. :i'Kadish, Fanchon ...... 20 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Boys, skiing. Kaimakas, Paul . ...... Interests: Franklin Hi-Y, girls. 1iKancrva, Dorothy . . . . 21,29 Honor Soc. Z, 3, 45 Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4. Interests. Swimming, Rainbow, dancing. Pct Pecve: Untidy people. Kenney, Joe ..... 21, 96, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 B.I3. 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Sports, Franklin I-li-Y. Ambition: Professional baseball player. Keski, .Laura fBlondicJ . . . Study Help 2, 35 Roll Rep. 25 Ski Club 35 GC Rep. 35 Ofice Help 4. Interest: T-R's. Pet Peevc: To be called proxide. Ambition: Nursing. Kilbournc, Fred QBuzv.j . . . West Seattle 25 Santa Cruz 35 Tolo Weekly 4. Hobby: Foreign sports cars. 21 63 21 83 Lundberg, Joann Cwaynej . 115 . . .WHO'S WHO King, Betty Jane ....... 21 Lew, Milton .... 21, 29, 60, 98 Malovich, Zora ....... Interest: Ice skating. Pet Peeve: Roll Rep. 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 3, 4: Ticket Comm. People who aren't friendly. Honor Sec. 21 3, 45 Lctt,:,n,cn'5 3: Office Helper 2, 3, 4: Honor Ambition: Housewife. Club 2, 3, 4, Quaker Club 4. Soc. Z, 3. Pet Peeve: People who Klfknmnv Bob -'-'---- 21 Interests: Sports, Quaker Hi-Y. Spread rumors' Movie Club 3: Lunchroom I-Ielp 3. Interests: Radio. T. V. Pet 2o,z9, 83 Ma ncevich, Alex fAlj ..... Basketball. Peeve: Underclassmen. Mnsrnwi I-NYY ------ 21.93 McGilvray, Arlene .... . 23 Kit Peeve: School. Ambition: Aircraft designer. chen, Sally ..... 20, 83, Turnout 1: Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 1: Girls' Band 2, 3, 4 CSee. -U: Tolo XVeekly 4. Hobby: Skiing. Ambition: To graduate. Kleven, Inger . . . . 20,61,63, Alexander I-Iamilton 1: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Interests: Skiing, swimming. Ambition: Nursing. Turnout 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2, Big Cousin 2: Study Help. 3: Tolo NVeekly 4. Interest: Skiing. Pet Peeve: Green peppers. 4: get married. 87 3 8 while woman. Ambition: Make some money and .22 Marsden, Evelyn QEvyj . . . Auburn High 1: Tusitala: Banker 2, 3, 4. Interests: Boys, dancing, Varsity games. Peeve: Someone who talks to much about someone he knows nothing about. Ambition: To become a worth- :3Martin, Jean . . . . . . 22,29, 87 Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Honor Soc. Knebel, Robert ...... 20,63 . , , Movie Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: 2' 3' 41 Ski Club? Gfrls Bang phomgrapliy, retail selling. 3, Interests: Tennis. Hobbies: Pet Peeve: Wciriieii drivers. Sklmg' Ambm0m,ArChltcCt' Knowlton' Carol Ann ,Shown Pet Peeves: Bus drivers, sauerkraut. 21, 63, 38,91 MnS0n, Ninn .... l4,22,6l,62,87 Honor Soc. 2, 3. Interests: Music WZSII- Jr- Hi. li Gil'lS' Band swimming. Ambition: Opera 3 CVice-Pres. 41: Big Cousin 3: singer. Class Pres. 4: GC Chr. 4: LaI3art, Harlow flionesb . . 21, 95, 101 l Student Council 4- Interests: Lax B. B. 3: Track 3: Anglers' Club 3: Football 4. Ambition: Architect. Interest: Football. 1C,J0lll'l fI'Iot Lipsj . . 21,29, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fCor- Sec. 3, Iiff. Mgr. 41: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Swimming, girls. Ambition: Musician. Lane, Michael fMikeJ .... 20, Sr. Band 2, 3. 4. Interests: Music, girls. Lawrence Donnalee . . . . . . jr. chair 1: Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4: Office I-Ielp. 1, 2, 3, 4: Study Help. 1, 2: Operetta 2: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: Music, men. Ambition: To marry a millionaire. Lee, Mavis ....... 20, 62, 1Leffard, Joyce ...... Lincoln 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Turnout 3: Student Council 4. Interests: Tago Y-Teen, Knitting. Pet Peeve: Getting A in Glee. Turnout 2, 3: Operetta 1: Ticket I-Ielp. 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Gym Clerk 2: Choir Concert 2, 3. Interests: Bowling, tennis, golf. Ambition: Private secretary. 1Lcon, Marge fMudgel 21, 29, 39, 61, 62, Choir 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble 1: Roll Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4 fChr. 43: Study Help. I, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2: Student Council 4: GC Off. 4. I-lobby: Being broke. Pet Peeve: Vlaiting for people. To retire at 21. R5 Lynn, Ronald QRipj .... 20,100 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 5-- 1, 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 3. 4. Interests: Sports, cars. Pet Peeve: Silly women. Ambition: To do the things I want to. H4 20 Mack, Harris ..... 20, 30, 93 Drama 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Commenc. Play 1, 2, 3, 4: Young Life, sports, hamburgers. Pet Peeve: Homework. Ambition. Quaker Club Guid. Play. Interest: 'iMassey, Steve . . 22, 29, 98,104, 105 89 . . Theatre. Ambition: To make money in the theatre. Ski Club 1, 3, 4: Ski Team 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. Interests: Sailing, skiing. Maxwell, Jerry CMaxJ tv dancing. Ambition iiMcCartney, Nancy 2 3, 2 s College. Chr. 3 . Football 1, 2, 3, 4: 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Pet Peeve: Conceited women. Ambition: To dodge the draft. . . . . 22,96 Baseball Hi-Y, sports, Forest ranger. 30, 61 62, 89, 93 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 1, 2: Turnout 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Student Sponsor 3, 4: Keyhole staff 3: GC Chr. 3, 4. Interests: Y-Teens, Spade. Ambition: McClelland, Vicki .... 2'3, 87, 89 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fPres. 43: Girls' Band 2: Girls' Club I-Ionor Soc. 2, 3. Interests: JOG, Spade. Peeve: Girls who don't live up to their reputation. Ambition: Corporation lawyer. Mahoney, Marlin ..... Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Study Helper 1: Office Helper 2: Ticket Com. 4. Interests: Spade, badminton. Ambition: Secretary. 21, 29 :'Me Interests: Tennis, dancing, swimming. Peeve: Boys who d0R,lI comb their hair. Ambition: Secretary. ese, Mary Lou fLouiej . 23,28 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Art, music. Peeve: Liars and two-faced people. Ambition: Secretary. WHO'S WHO . . . 116 '3Melin, Joan . . . 23, 28, 30, 62, 82,89 Glec Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tolo Annual 4. Interests: JOG, Rainbow, Horizon. Ambition: To marry a millionaire. '3Meyers, Jack ...... 23, 28, 83 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 4: BC Worker 2, 4. Interests: Hi-Y, cars girls, sports. Peeve: Getting to class on time. Ambition: College, stay out of the Army. Michel, Mike ..,..... 22 Baseball. Interests: Baseball, basketball. Peeve: Beautiful blonds. Ambition: College. '3'Mitchell, Gordon .... 22, 85, 104 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 3, 4: Ski Club: Football 2. Interests: Skiing, fishing. Peeve: Conceited women. Ambition: To graduate. "Mitchell, Lynn ..., 22, 29, 83, 89 Tolo Weekly 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club: Roll Rep. Interests: Skiing, Tolo StaE. Ambition: College, psychiatry in connection with teaching. Moffett, Glenda fPudgyl .... 22 Washington 1: Garfield 2: Cleveland 3. Interests: Dancing, Frat parties. Peeve: Fresh men who try to date with ME. Ambition: College, nurse's training. Montroy, Bob QBugj . . . . 22 Meany Jr. High 1. Interest: Basketball. Moore, jacquelyn Uackiej 22, 61, 64,106 Lib. Helper 1: Study Helper: Honor Soc. 2, 3: Choir 1, 2: Quaker Maids 3, 4: Turnout: GC Rec. Chr. 4: Roll Rep. Ambition: Nursing. ri- 3Mortenson, Peter .... 23, 28, 85 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Interest: Band. Most, joe ...... . 23 Boys' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Murakami, Tad ....... 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Intr. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. Interests: Flying, sailing. Pet Peeve: People who slam doors. Murray, Jack ...... 23, 100 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Interests: lHi-Y, making money. Pet Peeve: W'omen who smoke cigars. Ambition: To have a beautiful wife who can cook 8 meals a day. 3'Mutschler, Mary .... 23, 29, 83 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Tolo 'Weekly 3, 4: Quill 86 Scroll 4. Interest: Journalism. Pet Peeve: P. E. classes. Ambition: Dictician. Nelson, Pearl ........ 23 Honor Soc. 2, 3: Girls' Band 1, 2, 3: Study Helper 2: Lib. Helper 2. Ambition: To graduate Nichols, Mary ....... 22 Crystal High 1. Interests: Movies, clubs. Nickovich, Lillian fNickiej . . . 22 Montana 1, 2, 3: Turnout 4. Interest: People. Pet Peeve: Riding packed buses. Ambition: To have fun. 3'Nis'himura, Yoshiko fYoshJ . 22, 27,106 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 4. Norris, Donald .... . 22 Boys' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Olson, Glenda ...... 22, 31 Zillah High 1, 2: Girls' Band 3: Roll Rep. 3: Lib. Helper 3: Glec Club 4: Choir 4. Interests: Music. Pet Peeve: Mr. Erickson's spelling tests. Orton, Pamela ........ 22 Friday Harbor High 1: Glec Club 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3. Interest: Horseback riding. Pct Peeve: People who talk too much. Paffile, JoAnn fjodyj . .... 23 Holy Rosary I. Interests: Dancing, men. Pet Peeve: Eighth graders running through the halls. iPearce, Marlene ..... 23, 29, 31 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 1, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Comm. 3. Interest: Rainbow. Pet Peeve: Homework. Pederson, Joan Gob ...... 23 Garfield 1, 2: Turnout 3: Glec Club 3. Interests: Y-Teens, football games. Pet Peeve: Tests: Peet, Marjorie ...... 23, 87 Interests: Y-Teens, swimming. Ambition: To get married. Pelton, Barbara jo QB. JJ . 23, 29, 61, 82 Glec Club 1: Turnout 1: Student Council 2: Study Hall Clerk 2: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Big Cousin 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: GC Chr. 4: Comm. 3: Class Comm. 4: Tolo Annual 4. Interests: Y-Teens, Horizon. Ambition: Social worker. Pet Peeve: Bus drivers. 'i'Penrose, Phyllis CPennyJ 23,29,61, 62,87 Girls' Band l, 2, 3, 4: QOH. 3, 43: Turnout 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Study Helper 1: Girls' Club Chr. 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 1, 2: Girls' Club Rec. 2, 4: Student Council 4. Interests: Skiing, sailing. Peters, Arthur ........ 22 Pet Peeve: Some teachers. Peterson, Dale . . . . . . . . 22 Interests: Radio, music. Ambition: Radio and television. Peterson, Joe ..... 23, 100, 105 Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Hi-Y, skiing, sleeping. Pet Peeve: Teachers that do nothing but lecture. Peterson, Yvonne flvanj 23, 60, 61, 23, 89 Glec Club 1, 4: P.T.T. Dance. Comm. 4: GC Chr. 4. Interests: Toft. Ambition: Journalist. Phillips, Peggy .... 22, 31, 61, 89 Roll Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4: Big Cousin 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: GC Chr. 3, 4: GC Helper 3. Interest: Tennis. Per Peeve: Remembering everything I learn. Pierce, Ralph ........ 22 Choir 3. Interest: Wood carving Pet Peeve: Young girls. Ambition: To get rich. Pierson, Beverly .... 23, 61, 89. Glec Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GC Chr. 4: GC Helper 2. Pet Peeve: Eager Beavers. Ambition: Commercial artist. Plumb, ,lim fStraight-shotj . 23,XS,9S Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fOfI. 47: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Grounds Comm. 1. Interest: Caddey's health class. Pet Peeve: Tall girls. Pollard, Bob ....... 24, 94 Baseball Mgr. 1: Basketball Trainer 2, 3, 4: Choir 4: Roll Rep. 3, 4: Track Trainer 2, 3, 4: Lettcrmen's Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Reading girls' minds. Ambition: To become a veterinarian. Potter, Nancy CLizj ..... 24 Highline 1: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: GC Chr. 3, 4: Roll Rep. 2: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Band 2: Comrn. 3: Big Cousin 3: Senior Tea 3. Interests: Bowling. Pet Pecves: Girls who talk baby talk. Price, Bill ...... 24, 96, 100 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Lcttermen's Club 3, 4. Interests: I-Ii-Y, magic. Ambition. College. Price, Lois 1Lo Loj . . . 24, 83,87 Girls' Band 2, 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Big Cousin 4. Pet Peevc: Gym at noon. Ambition: Advertising manager of Bests. Pritchett, John Ql..ong,Iul1nj . 24, 82, 98 Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Tennis 3, 4: BC Helper 3, 4. Interest: To have fun. Ambition: To be a man. Rafiti, Ray CCyranoJ ..... 24 Seattle Prep 1: Roll Rep. 2: Health Comm. 3: Fire Drill Squads 4. Interests: Sports, dancing. Pet Peeves: Girls who smoke. "Ramsey, Patricia fPatJ 25, 29, 61, 62, 82, 83 Roll Rep. l, 2, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: GC Chr. 4: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Tolo Annual 4: Quill 81 Scroll Pres. 4. Pet Peeves: T.V. Commercials. Ambition: Dept. store buyer. "Rassat, Rene .... 25, 28, 61, 64 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Girls: Club 3, 4: Big Cousin 4. Interests: Roller skating. Ambition: Nursing. Rauscher, Joyce ....... 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interest: Skiing. Pet Peeve: Boys. Ambition: To stay unmarried. "Recd, joan ........ 25, 28 Sr. Choir 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: GC Chr. 2. Interests: Dancing. football games. Pet Peeve: People who call me Jo Ann. Render, Alberta ...... 25, 64 Basket Clerk 3: Social Service 3. Interests: Sports, dancing, music. Pet Pecve: Conceited boys. Richmond, Don ....... 25 Football 1. Interest: Cars. Pet Peeve: Guys with better cars. Ringer, Marlene QGoofusQ . . . 24 Sr. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2. Interests: Dancing, singing, swimming. Ambition: To graduate from college. Rochel, Jo ......... 24 Yakima High 1, 2: Sr. Glee 3, 4. Pet Peeve: Polishing silver. 'iRodney, Joan ....... 24, 28 Honor Soc. 2,' 3, 4: Library 2. Interests: Swimming, badminton. Rollins, Bill Otis ...... 24, 94 Garfield 1: Football 2: Basketball 2: Track 3, 4: Usher 4. Ambition: To become :i naval officer. Rudstrom, Pat ....... 24 Swim Club 1: Roll Clerk 2. Interest: Mountain climbing. Pet Peeve: Silly Senior boys. Rush, janet . . ..... 24,91 Interests: Choir and art. Rushton, Bob fSquashj ..... 25 Debate 1, 4: Boys' Club 1: Honor Soc. 2: Yell Team 2, 3: Football 1. Interest: Radio. Pet Peeve: Girls that are too good. Sabin, Stanley . . . . . . . . 25 Interests: Cars and motors. Pet Peeve: Girls who are stuck up. Saiki, Frank .... .... 2 5 Interest: Hot rods. Ambition: To be a business man. "'Sanborn, Sally .... 25, 28, 31, 89 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Girls' Club 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Pet Peeve: Crowded lunchrooms. Ambition: To graduate. Sandahl, Glen fSpeedJ ..... 25 Pet Peeve: Playing cupid. Ambition: To be a salesman. "Sando, Jerry fLittle Caesarj Zi, 29, 31, 60, 62, 83, 93 Lincoln High 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Roll Rep. 2, 4: Movie Club 2: Keyhold 3, 4: Comm. Play 3: Guidance Play 3: Senior Play 4: MacDonald Speech Contest 3. Interests: Drama, School newspaper. Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Schlee, Barbara ....... 24 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Sr. Choir 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3. Interests: Piano, dancing. 117 - - -WHO'S WHO Schleiffers, Evelyn ...... 24 Renton High 2: Girls' Club 3, 4. Ambition: To become a legal secretary. Sheets, Don fBunnyl .... 24, 91 Football 1, 2, 3. Interests. Hi-Y, cars, hunting. Pet Peeve: Freshmen. 'f'Shoe Betty . 24, 29, 31, 61,.62, ss, S9 Turnout 1: Glee Club 2, 3, 4 QEE. Mgr. 3, 4-J: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club 2, 3, 4: GC Chr. 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: Music, swimming. Simpson, Marjorie ...... 25 Interests: Swimming, dancing. Pet Peeve: Boys who wear white shoes. Ambitionz- Commercial artist. 'iSkinner, Shirley . U .... 25, 29, 91 Sr. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Sr. Banquet Comm. 4. Interests: Sports. Ambition: Modeling. :iSkowronek, Felix . . 25, 29, 31, 85, 98 Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Comm. Play 2: Tennis Team 3, 4. Ambition: To live happily for 100 years. Pet Peeve: Growing out of a crew cut. Smith Joanne ........ 25 Immaculate High 1. Interests: Dancing, skiing. Ambition: To ride on the roller coaster at Coney Island. Smith, Miriel Joy QMirJ .... 24 Tusitala Club 1, 2: Roll Rep. 1. Interest: Having fun. Pet Peeve: Snooty people. Smith, Peggy ........ 24 Immaculate Conception 1, 2. Interests: Dancing, football. Pet Peeve: Freshmen. Smith, Wally QSmittyj . 24, 60, 103,107 Yell Team 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Cl-ub 2, 3, 4. Interest: Basketball. Snyder, Sandra ....... 24 Wash. Jr. High 1: Health Comm. 3: Big Cousin 4. Pet Peeve: People who call me Punk. 'iSonntag, Amy fAmesj 25, 28, 31, 61,105 Choir I: Ski Club 1, 2: Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: GC Cllr. 4. Springer, Jean ..... 25, 28, 83 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: School Accountant 3. Pet Peeve: Snobs. IJ' Stambaugh, Ted ....... 25 Chr. Agric. Voc. Conf. 3: Roll Rep. 4. WHO'S WHO . . . 118 pu 'iSte i"Ste ffan, Carol CStevieJ 25, 28, 31, 61 Girls' Band I, 2: Ski Club 1,'2, 3, 4: Girls' Club 2, 3, 4: Noon Dance Comm. 3: Make-up Comm. 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Roll Rep. 3: Student Council 3. Interest: Music. Ambition: Social work. Han, Marilyn ...... 24, Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Pet Peeve: Flasliy clothes. Ambition: Marry a rich man. 'l'Stenvall, Audrey ....... Ste Gym Clerk 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Stenographer. venson, Stan ....... Roosevelt High 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 39 Roll Rep. 4. Interests: Cars, football. Stimach, Darlene 1Spinachj . . O1Iice Helper 1, 2. Pet Peeve: Silly boys. Stoner, james fStinkyJ .... Track 1: Tennis 3. Interests: Spade, music. Pet Peeve: Study. Storey, Kenneth . ..... 23, Str Boys' Choir 3, 4. Interests: Bowling, girls. Pet Peeve: Comp. ike, Marian ........ Ski Club 1: Library 2. Interests: Skating, dancing. Pet Peeve: Short skirts. Stroben, Lorraine ...... 25, 87 Interests: Y-Teens, skiing, swimming Ambition: To travel. Stubsjocn,John CSigJ . . . Interests: Sports. Sullivan, Margaret .... Immaculate 1, 2. Interests: Collecting menus, music, and reading. Pet Peeve: Girls using "baby talk". Ambition: To go to Harvard. 'fSwinford, Larry ...... 26, 29 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Movie Club Club 2, 3. Interests: Cars. Pet Peeve: Girls that smoke. :"Tanino, Tsukiyo . . 26, 29, 64,91, 106 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Quaker Maids 2, 3, 4. Interests: Y-Teens, sports, Ambition: To be a nurse Taylor, Charlotte fCharJ .... Glce Club 1, 2. Interest: Y-Teens. Pet Peeve: People who think all your business is theirs too. Taylor, Iola flkey ...... Th Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. aralson, George .... . 27, Comm. Play 1, 2g School Photographer 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3. Interests: Radio, math., Photography. Ambition: Electronic engineer. Thompson, Bob ...... 27 Th Th Clover Park 1, 2: Boys' Club Helper 4: Tolo Weekly 4. Interests: Ice hockey, scream. Pet Peeves: Me, pretty girls. Ambition: To be a big wheel. ompson, Marilyn fMarzeJ . . . Costume Comm. 1: Make-up Comm. 2: Roll Banker 1, 2: Roll Rep. 2: Choir 2, 3, 4: Tolo Weekly 4: Quill 85 Scroll 4. Interests: Sewing, dancing, men. Ambition: To travel. ompson,Jim . . . . . . . Long Beach 1: Choir 2, 3, 4: Boys' Quartet 3, 4. Interest: Creating an uproar. Ambition: ? Thurlow, Barbara fBobbieJ ,. . 27 Glce Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Rainbow, Toft. Pet Peevc: Conceited girls. 3Tisdale, Bill fwilliej .... Z7 Football Mgr. 2: B. B. Mgr. 25 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Track .2, 3, 4: Keyhole Staff 35 Gym Clerk 4. Interests: Girls, track. Ambition: To become a sanitary engineer. Travis, Don . . . .... 26 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Club 1, 2, 3 4. Interests: Hi-Y, skiing. Ambition: To get out of high school. Trowbridge, Barbara .... 26 60 P.T.A. Dance Comm. 3, 4 fChr 42: GC Dept. I-lead 3: Song Leader 3. Interest: Dancing. Pct Peevc: Gum chewers. Ambition: To dance with Arthur Murray. Truscan, Bud ...... 26 102 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Intrests: Hi-Y, hunting fishing. Twilligear, Betty QBobbyJ . . . Garfield 1, 2, 3: Honor Soc. 4. Interests: Photography, choir. Ambition: College. 4Uycda, Setsuko ..... 26, 28 Sports 1, 2, 35 Costume Comm 1 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Quaker Maids 3, 4. 'tVaslef, Natalie ..... Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Student Sponsor 2: Otiice Helper 2. Interests: Swimming, dancing. Ambition: Stenographer. "Veinman, Lorraine . . 27, 28, 83, 87 Vancouver B. C. 1, 2: Honor Soc. 3, 4: Debate 4: Tolo NVeekly 4. Interests: Spade, bowling, music. Peeve: People who think all Canadians are English. Ambition: Nurse. :iWagner, Janice tjanj . 27, 29, 62, 91 Lib. I, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 33: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Roll Rep. 3. Interests: People, dancing. Peeve: Boys who favor themselves with the idea that they are God's gift to women. Ambition: To be a female Knight of the road. Warfield, Herman . . . 27, 94, 103 Track Mgr. 2. 3: Basketball Mgr. 3, 4. Interests: Skating, fishing, radio, personalities. Peeve: Inconsiclerate people. Wariier, Janie CLouieJ ..... 27 Glee Club 1, 2: Tusitala 1, 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 4: Study I-lelper 1, 29 Girls' Club Helper 4. Interest: All sports. Pcevc: Someone who always says "It's up to you as to what we do." Ambition: To be very rich. Wasliington, Helen . ..... 27 Tusitala Club 3. Interests: Spade, sports. Ambition: Nurse. Wfatanabe, Art ....... 27 Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2. Interests: Hi-Y, good music, sports. Ambition: To study medicine. Watkins, Sylvia ....... 26 Tusitala Ig Girls' Band 2, 3. Interest: Music. Pceves: Snakes, oysters. Ambition: Nurse. Wattam, Ronnie ....... Z6 Anglers' Club 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2. Interests: Cars, girls, dancing, skating. Peeve: Wild women. Webster, Carla ....... 26 Sports 1: Choir l, 2, 3: I-Ionor Soc. 2. Interests: Swimming, dancing. Pecve: People who lie. Ambition: Have fun. 119 iiWhitney, Leland fLee Elij 27, 28, 31 14, 26, 29, 31, 61, 62, 93 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4, Tennis 4. 'iXVelandcr, Cathy fsunshinej Comm. Play l, 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4 CSec.Jg Song Leader 3: High School Fashion Board 3: Class Vice Pres. 2, 4: GC Chr. 4. Pceve: People who gossip. Ambition: Stage. Welcli, Edwin fToughyj . . . Interests: Hunting, fishing, mechanics. Pet Peeve: School. Ambition: To join the Air Force and get into the mechanical I-ield. 26 'iXVeld, Wayne ..... 26, 29, 64 Movie Club 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4: Boys' C. Helper 2, 3, 4. Interests: Swimming. Peeve: Mangled dollar bills when I'm selling ,school tokens. Ambition: To be a college professor. Interests: Tennis, girls. Peeves: 'People and work. Ambition: To make 510,000 a year. 'iWhitworth, james- QI-Iot rodj . . . Stage Crew 3, 4, Boys' Club PA System 3, 4. Interests: Cars, women. Peeve: Girls in long skirts. Ambition: Race car driver, mechanic. Wiese, Henry tHankJ . . . Wil Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Interest: Fishing. Ambition: Commercial fisherman. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Peeve: Showoffs. Ambition: To meet a Prince Charming. Willig, George ....... Anglers' Club 1, 2. Interests: Fishing, skiing, swimming. Wells, Russell Cfankj .... 27,100 Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Interests: Wilson. Bob U-eftYl ---- 27 96 Coin collector, deM01ay, JOG, Baseball 2, 3. Interests: Photography Spade, Ambition, World of Hi-Y. Peeve: Girls who talk too business. much. Ambition: Forestry. Wesley, Lois fLoeeJ ...... 27 Wingsness, Marcia ..... 27 89 Burlingame 1: Glee Club 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Roll Rep. GIFIS' Band 2, Social Service 3. 1, 23 Drama 1: Big Cousin 2g Interest: Oil painting. Peeve: C1355 Cm-nm, 35 Sr, Lunch 3, Teachers that talk on and on. Interests: Y-Teens, JOG, Ambition: Housewife. Horizon, sports, movies, 'Wl1ite, Marlene ...... 27, 28 collecting menus. Peeve: West Seattle 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 45 Girls' Club 3, 4: Dept. Head 3: Chr. 4: Roll Rep. 3: Honor Soc. 3, 4. Interests: Football, JOG, Gens, Yotas, Galideres. Peevc: People on diets. Ambition: To go to college and have loads of fun. "'Wl1ite, Maureen QMonyj . . 27,2B,64 Sports 1, 23 Tusitala 1, 25 Honor Soc. 2, 3, 45 Offce Helper 2, 39 Study Helper 3: Ticket Comm. 3, 4. Interests: Baseball, swimming, baton twirling. Peeve: Conceited people that have nothing to be conceited over. Ambition: To build myself a hot rod. People who call me "Pig tails". Ambition: Dietician. Woodhouse, Gladys ...... Centralia High 1, 2, 3. Interests: Swimming, singing. Ambition: To be a housewife. 4Wright, Genevieve Z . . . 26 Sports 1, 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Roller skating, dancing. Peeve: Showoiis. Ambition. Secretary. Wright, Robert fBobJ . . . . 26 Movie Club 3, 4. Interests: Fishing, hiking, swimming, model building. Peeve: No privacy. Ambition: To enter forestry. Yakovich, Carole fCorkeyJ . . . 'Yo SYO Roll Rep. 2: Tolo Weekly 3, 4: Poster Comm. 35 Big Cousin 4. Interests: Sports, apple pie, art. Peeve: Laziness. Ambition: To be a success. lland, Kay . . . 27,29,61,62 Choir 1, 2: Girls' Ensemble 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sports 1: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4 QV-Pres.j: Ski Club 2, 35 GC Chr. 3, 43 Big Cousin 3: Student Council 4. Interests: Dancing, Spade, Y-Teens. Ambition: College. ung, Joe 4Mighty Joej 27, 64, 85, 96 Football 1, 2, 3: Sr. Band 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1: Baseball 2, 3: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. Interests: Sports, music. Ambition: Become a Harry james. 'i'Zingmark, Suzanne QSuziej 27, 29, 59, 61, 62 Glee Club 1: Ski Club 1, 2: Honor Soc. 2, 3, 43 Roll Rep. 33 Vice-Pres. of Girls' Club 4: Student Council 4. . . . WHO'S WHO liams, Gloria tKidoJ . . . 26 WHO'S WHO . . . 120 JUNIORS Ben Franklin Honor Roll BEST STUDENT- Mary Ann Nelson BEST ATHLETE- Ronald Bates BEST WORKER- Art Masoero BEST SPEAKER- Avrum Turk BEST ACTOR- Joan Maynard BEST ARTIST- Jean Schmidt BEST SCIENTIST- Melvin Herr MOST ACTIVE IN CLASS- ' Shelly Anderson CLASS BOOSTER- Dick Leon MUSICAL- Roy Kicker "Abney, Sharon 33, 60, 88,105 Adams, Dick . . Akers, Jim ..... 33 "Albin, Lynn . . 33, 8,8 104 Anderson, Blaine . . . 33 '3Anderson, Shelley . . . 33 Angell, Mary Jane . . . 33 Anslow, Helen . 33, 63, 86, 88 Aspenwall, Donna . 33, 86, 88 "Bald-te, James . 33, 82, 97,103 "Bakken, Joanne .... 33 Bardesono, Merl . . 33, 100 9Barkley, Rod . . . 33, 84 Barrow, Bill . . 33, 84, 100 ...33 Bucknam, Joyce . . 34,90 Burnison, Janet . . . 34 Burns, Gordon . . . 34, 82 Campell, Florence . . . 35 Campbell, Vivian . . 35 Capili, Lydia ..... 35 Carey, Nancy . . . 35 'l'Carter, Bob . . . 35,100 Cassill, Geroge . . 35, 60, 95 3l'Chicketti, Joanne . . . 35 3Clark, Kent 3.4, 29, 60, 62, 63,98 Cofin, Jo Ann . ...34 Combs, Jack . . . 34,90 Commisso, Lydia . . 34,92 Condon, Bud . . . . 34 Corbin, Bob ..... 34 Cordell, Georgina . 55, 63, 88 3'Cossalter, Julie . . 35, 100 Covello, Vito .... 35 3'Crouch, Annette . . 35,.90 Crow, Jack . . . 35, 100 "'Cruickshank, Jeannie 33, 61, ss, ios Dahlgren, Don . . 35,103 Dahlgren, Roy . . 34, 84 Dallas, Cleo . . 34, 88 'f'Davidson, Judy . ...34 Davis, Bill .... 34, 90 Dean, Edwin . . . 34,100 De Laurenti, Louie. . . 34 '3Deuter, Carolyn . . 34,88 Dobbs, Bob . . ...35 Dodson, Jerry . . 35, 84, 104 Dolan, Don ..... 35 Dorbecker, Sandy . 35, 100 Downey, Larry . 35, 96, 100 Dreyer, Rod .... 35, 98 :3Dubick, Stella . . . 35 "'Dunn,Barbara . . Eagon, Jim . 34,61,ss . 34,99 Bates, Ronald 33, 96,100,105 Beebe, Brain . . . 33, 100 "Bender, Roberta . . . 33 Benson, Gloria . . . 33, 63 'iBenson, Judy . . 33, 88,105 Biesold, Frank . Bird, Barbara . "'Bjork, Gordon . Blakeley, Collin "Books, Sally . . "Bradbury, Dick . "Braithwaite, Pat Breene, Diane . Brewer, Lou Rae Briem, Luanne . "Briggs, Joy . . 'i'Brown, Bobbi . Brown, Dan . . Brown, Don . Brown, Lorine . Buchanan, Sally . Buck, Frank . . . . 33 . . . 33 . . . 33 . 33,9s,1o1 . . . 33 . . . 33 . . 33,88 . . 33 . . 33 . . . 33 . . . 33 . 33,ss,9o . . . 33 . 34, 60,95 . . 34,106 . . 34, ss . 34,95, 102 Wlickhardt, Donna . . . 34 Eggleston, Bill .... 34 Engle, Joan . . . 35, 62 Faylor, Sandra . . . 35 Feighner, George . . . 35 :"Finlayson, Bliss 35, 61, 88, 105 "Fleming, Barbara 34, 61, 63, 88 Follett, Janis . . . 34, 88 Fortney, Shirley . . 34, 106 Frazer, Tom ..... 34 'Frey, Tommy . . 35, 84, 98 Frost, Odessa . . . 35, 92 Garreston, Harley . . . 35 Gezovich, June 3Gibson, Gloria . Gibson, Kathleen . Gleason, Beverly . 34, 88, 107 . 34, 60, 63 . 35, 90 ....35 . 34, 88 . 34,106 '3G0,Fumio . . Goit, Darlene . Granlund, Leonard . "Grant, Bill . . . Gray, Bill . . . Green, Mary Ellen . Griihn, Gen . . . Grocc, Bob . . . Gustafson, Evada Lee "Hagen, Bill . . 35,96,102 Hall, Claudia . . Hall, Vivian . . . "Hallum, Don . 35, 28, 98,103 iHane, Michael . . Hansen, Barry . . Hansen, Edward . Hansen, John . . Hanson, Harold . :iHarrison, Claire . Hartling, Bob . . Hartman, Cyndie . Hcay, Norene . . "I-lebblethwaite, Nell 'i'l-Ielderop, Evelyn . 37, 61, 88 Henderson, Maureen '3Hengesteg, Peter . Herr, Melvin . Hervig, Marilyn . Hesker, Aura . Hoeffer, Fred . Hoelzl, Walt . Hogan, Pat . "Holt, Art . . . Hopper, Johan . Howe, Jim . . . blshimitsu, Nobuko Jacobsen, Keith . James, Ron . . f'Jarvis, Evelyn . Jeffery, Paul . Johnson, Betty . Johnson, Gail . Johnston, Donna . Jones, Doris . . . Jorgensen, Myrna . Kappler, Bill . 36, 82, 85,100 Kelley, Milton . . Kendrick, Jerriann . 7'Kent, Jeri . . . 'l'Kcski, Jim . . . Kicker, Roy . . . Kiehlbauch, Char El King, Gayle , . . "'King, Sheila . . . Kirchberg, Janet . . 35 . 35 . 35 . 34 34,88 34,90 . 34 . 35 . 35 36,93 35,103 . 36 36,99 36,63 . 36 ss, 84 . 37 37,88 37,63 . 37 . 37 . 37 36,88 . 36 . 36 36,95 . 36 36,84 . 36 . 37 . 37 37,94 . 37 . 37 . 37 . 37 36,88 36,88 . 36 . 36 36,85 . 36 ,63,ss 37,95 37,85 37,88 . 37 37,91 . 37 '3KleHman, Karen . . 36, 93 '3Kleinbcrg, Larry 32, 36, 62, 99 Knos, Virginia .... 36 Kounkcl, Patsy . . 36 Lagozzino, Ralph . . 36, 99 Lahti, Jean . . . 36 La Plante, Connie . . . 36 'i'Larsen, Christine . . 37, 106 'i'Laturnus, Gretchen . . 37 Lawrence, Dick . . 37, 100 g'Leavitt, Roberta . . 37 Lehnerz, Bob . . 37 Leir, Alton ..... 37 Le Master, Dian . . 37, 89 'iLeon, Dick . 36, 60, 63,84 'PLeren, Charlotte . 36, 89, 93 Lewark, Blaise 36, 60, 63,95,l03 Lighter, Henrietta . . . 36 Lind, Paul . . . . 37 Lindeman, Jo Anne-. . , 37 Lindsay, Janet . . 37 Link, Diane . . . . 37 "Livingston, John . . 36, 100 'FLunder, Edith . . . 36 Luse, Elvin . . . 36,99 Mackey, Dan .... 36 "Madison, Kay . 37, 61, 63, 89 Maher, Shirley . . . 37, 91 Martinson, Carolyn . 37, 106 '3Masoero, Art 37, 60, 62, 97, 100 Mathews, Jerry . . . 36, 85 Matthews, Pat . 36, 89, 106 Mattila, Lorenc . . . 36, 91 "Maynard, Joan . 28, 37, 93 McCarthy, Karen . 37, 82, 89 McCauley, Steve . . 37, 99 '3McKinstry, Carol 38, 61,, 64, 89 Meme, Jim ..... as "'Mchner, Sharon .... 38 Malin, Joel . . 33, ss, 101 Menasche, Morris . . . 38 "Mctcler, Betty . . . 38, 107 Miller, Dolores . . 38, 106 Miller, Don . . 39 Miller, Karen . . . 39 Monson, Mary . . . 39, 64 Morris, Betty Mae . . . 39 "Moyer, Marjorie . . 39 Murdock, William . . . 39 Murphy, James .... ' 39 I Napier, Jeannine 38, 60, 89,105 Nash, Irwin . . ...38 Ncgri, Shirley . . 38, 64,82 '1Nclson, Mary Ann 38 "Ncstler, Joanne 29, 89, 93 . . 38,29 Ncvels, Arlelia .... 38 'i'Newcomb, Betty . . 38, 89 9Niclsen, Alma . . . 39, 87 Noji, I-Ierbie . . . 39 '1Obern1aier, Gilda . . 39 Odal, Mark . . . . 39 O'Donnell, Larry . . 39, 97 Oglcsby, Purlea .... 39 Opel, Betty Lou . . 39, 87 "O'Rourke, Peggy . 39, 91, 107 Osborn, Joyce . Palmer, Adele . ...38 ...38 9Panzica, Merilou . 38, 105 Patricelli, Leola . 38, 91 Patterson, Betty . . 38 Pcarsall, Arlen . . 38 "'Pclham, Faye . . 39, 64 '1Perry, jean . . 39, 106 "Pescc, Lawrence 39, 64, 98 Peters, Dick . . . 39 Peterson, XVayne . 39, BS "Phillips, Jean . 39, 82, 89 Phillips, Ray . . 39, 85 Pickett, Barbara . . . 38 Piland, Noel . . 38,60,102 Pincda, Louise .... 38 "Polic, Margie . . 39 '1'Polishuk, Marion . . 39 "Pollock, Bill ..... 39 Powers, Ginger 32, 38, 62, 64 89, 91,105 "Price, Na11cy . 38, 106 Raatz, 1-Iarold . . 38, 91 Rassat, Sandra . . 39, 64 Ratliff, Glenda . . 39 "Read, Rutl1 .... 39, 87 Reid, Jean . . . 38, 64 Reid, Jerry . . 38, 97, 100 Richard, Fred . . . 38, 95 Richardson, jack . . 39 '1Riehtmyer, Sophia . . 39, 91 Rittcnburg, Lee . . 39, 195 Roberts, Jack .... 38 Roberts, Phil . . 38, 97,100 Robinson, Susan . . 38, 89 "'Rosenbcrger, Pat . . 39, 93 Ross, Glcnnis .... 39 "Roush, Merrily . . 39, 64, 91 "Rubin, Sandra . . . 40, 64 4Rutkdgq Ed . . 40,64,85 Samson, Irene . . . 40 Sanderson, Donna . . 40 Sawyer, Donna . . 40 Schaefer, Fred . . 40 Schmid, Carol . . 40 '1'Schmidt, Jean .... 41 n'SCl1L1Ck, Shelby 41, 87,104,105 "Schwarz, Elaine 32, 41, 60, 61, 62, 89 Scofield, Don .... 41 Scott, Brick . . . . 41 Scott, Kathleen . 41, 107 Scgalla, Bob 41, 60, 64, 97,103 "Shape, Ralph . . ...40 Sheets, Marian . . 40 Smith, Dale . . . 40 Smith, Shirley . . 40, 64 Smith, Vivian . . . 40 Sobich, Pete . . 40, 102 "'Softky, Sally . . . 40, 87 "Softky, Sara . . 41, 64, 104 121.. .117I1C9'f5 1W'IiCD '1Spellman, Bob . 'f'Staley, Margaret i 1 . . 41,96 . . 41,89 Starkenburg, Shirlee . 41,93 'iStavrou, Athena Stephens, Shirley Stewart, Joanne . Stickler, Ronnie Storey, Sam . . Street, Norma . ...41 . . 41, 64 . . 41 . . . 40 . 32,40, 62 ...40 Sunderland, Charlene . 40, 89 Swanson, Joyce . Takeuchi, Kay . Taulbee, Walt . .40 ...40 40,60,97,100,103,104 Taylor, Eva . . Telgcnhoff, Jim . . . . 41 ., . 41,95 05: -LIZ Terhhne, Pat .... 41 Vfhompson, Sharon M. 41,89,106 Thornton, Bruce . . . 41 Thurlow, Carolyn . 41, 89, 91 Vfierney, Micheala . . . 41 '1Trautman, Virginia . . 40 'l'Travis, Bev . 40, 60, 61, 89 40, 60, 61, 89 Trepp, Betty Lou 32,40,62,89 Turk, Avrum M. . 40, 64,95 Turner, Victor . . 41, 101 Umbinetti, Harry . . . 41 Uyeda, Martha . . 41,106 Vacca, Ralph . . . 41, 85 Vander Sanden, Gary 40,100 Vango, Gary . . . ,. . 40 '1'Venters, Nancy . . 40, 106 Vogel, Marianne . . 40, 64 Vogel, Patricia . . . 41, 64 '3Vowles, Jeffrey . 'Wagner, Marylyn Waller, Ronald . Wweeks, Donald Weimer, Larry . XVeston, Fred . Williamson, joan Williamson Nan .41 ...41 . . . 41 32,40,60,62 . . . 40 . . 40,101 . . . 40 y 41 91 1 C - 1 Willingham, Dave 41, 64, 103 Woldt, Neil . . Wood, Eddie . "N1Voolfe, Don . Worland, Valerie 'Yang, Edgar . . Yates, Inez . . Young, Arlene . Zagars, Leons . "'Zagars, Rita . Zingmark, Joanne ...41 . 41,100 . . 41,98 . . '40 . . 40 . 40,91 . . 41 . 41 . . 41 .'. 41,61 WHO'S WHO. . . 122 -1 sl in fi: if SOPH OM ORES Ben Franklin Honor Roll BEST STUDENT- Dave Poulsen BEST ATHLETE Herbie Brown BEST WORKER- Ginger Ayres BEST SPEAKER- May Lee Brown BEST ACTOR- Jerry Sayler BEST ARTIST- Kenny Zack BEST SCIENTIST- Peter Hengesteg MOST ACTIVE IN CLASS- Joyce Osawa CLASS BOOSTER- Shirley Zentz MUSICAL-Charles Drysdale Aasen, Jackie . . . 43,88 Adams, Thomas D. . . 43 "Agnew, Terry . . . 43, 84 "AlhadeE, Rosalie . . 43 A1it,Alita . . . 43,63 . 43 "'Almquist, Eddy . 43, 97, 101 Andersen, Joanne . . . 43 Allivine, Eleanor . . "Anderson, Carol . . 43, 86 "Anderson, Joan Lee . . 43 Antovich, Danica . . 43 Arndt, Bill ..... 43 "'Arnstad, Linda .... 43 "Asp, Jerry . . . 43, 97, 101 Atchison, Neal .... 43 Ayres, Ethel . 43, 60, 63, 88 "Baker, Becky ..... 43 Barene, Bill .... 43, 101 Barrenscheer, Maxine . . 43 Barrow, Johnny 43, 84, 98,103 Bauman, John . . . 43, 95 "Bearden, Janice . . 43 W' Bender, James . Benson, Larry . Berger, Glenn Bigford, Tom Blansfield, Mike . . Blyth, Arlene . . 43 . 43 . 43 45,92 43,95 43,84 ,6o, as :l'Boin, Bruno . 43, 84, 96,102 '1'Bondurant, Ted . "Borland, Judith . Boyer, Ron . .. "Boyer, Wally . WBracken, Marlene . . 'l'Brant, Bob . . Bretthauer, Ray . . Bridgham, Michael . . ...43 .43 .43 ..43 43, 88 . 43 ..43 43, 84 Brislawn, Marcia . . 43 Broad, Larry . . . 43 "'Brock, Peggy . . 43, 86 Brown, Beryl . . 43 Brown, Bob . , . . 43 4BroWn, Mae Lee . . 43, 86 Brown, Mary Jacqueline 43, 88 Bryant, Gary . . Q 43, 101 'iBushley, Alan . . 43, 95 Butler, Gloria . . 43 Butler, Pat . . . 43 Cabasa, Shirley . . 43,86 Campbell, Lois . . . 43 "'Campbell, Warren 43, 97, 101 Cann, Pamela . . . 43 '3Capeloto, Marlene . . 43 Capili, Leroy . . 43, 97,100 Capps, Fred . . . 43 Carter, Oscar . . 43 "Chang, Hwa-Di . 43 Chelgren, Larry . . 43 '3Choat, Harvie . . 43 Clark, Don . . 43 Clark, James . . 43 Clark, Jeanne . . 43 Clark, Shirley . . 43 Clarke, Keith . . 43 Clemens, Bob . . . 43, 97 Coleman, Lawrence . 43 'f'Commisso, Mary Ann . 43 Corner, Jim . . . 43, 100 "'Cornils, Richard . . 43 Cossalter, Max . . 43 Costanzo, Don . . 43, 103 "Curry, Dianne . . . 43, 88 "'C2arnetzke, Sharon . . 43 Davcs, Ronnie . "Dean, Donald . . . 44 . 44,95 Demitriades, Angelo . . 44 DeThomas, Sally M Dietz, Bob . . Drake, Jeannette . Dupea, Pauline . Duran, Mike . . Duryee, Peter . Dutson, Donna . Early, Pat . . . . . 44 . . 44 . . 44 . 44 . 44 . 44 ...45 ...45 "Edwards, Jacqueline 45, 90, 106 'f'Edwards, Margaret ..45 'f'Epps, Janice. . . 45,62,88 "Erickson, Barbara Feinberg, Joyce . Feldman, Sherry Fetterman, Susan 4Filk, Joan . . . '3Finley, Mary Jane "Flanders, Donald Flores, Cliff . . 'l'Fowler, Joan . :iFraser, Sheila . . Fromm, John . 'iFujioka, Ted . . Gabriel, Arlene . Gamba, Andrnette Garner, Joanne . . 'f'German, Marilyn '3Gettman, Janet . . 45,88 .45 ...45 ...45 44,65,10e . 44, 105 . . 44, 84 . . 44 . . . 44 . 44, 107 44, 97, 101 . 44,100 . . 44,88 . . . 45 . 45,106 ...45 45, 61, 90,105 Gibson, Carole . Gould, Loranne . "Graaf, Judy . . 45, 63 . . 45 . 45, 88 "'Grandstrom, Jeannette Grant, Denison . Gray, Dean . . Green, Perry . . Gronley, Herb . '3Grosse, Barbara . Guiberson, Rod . '1'Haikalis, Paulcnc Hall, Barry . . Hamlin, Kenneth 'l'Hanan, Bernice . Hansen, David . Hansen, Dick . . 1'Hansen, Gail . . Pi' Harris, Linda . 45, 63, 106 . . . 45 . . . 44 44,97,101 . . 44,99 . . 44 . . 44 . . 44, as . . 44 . . 44 . 44 . . 45 . . 45 45, 90, 107 . 45, 92 "Hart, Carrol Ann 45, 65, 90, 106 Harter, Philip . Harvey, Zadinc . Hawkes, Georgia Henderson, Gary Hendricks, Meta Henriksen, John . Hill, June Evelyn 4HOUgi1E0D, Orveda Hufford, Shirley '1Hughes, Evelyn . Hurley, Rita . . '1'Ingraham, Joanne 42, 44, 61, Jaffe, Janice . . Irwin, Frank . '1'Iwago, Lillian . . Jackson, Dick . Jansson, Chris . Jay, Martin . Jenkins, Doris 42, 45 Jetton, Allen . Jetton, Allene . Johnson, Diane . Johnson, Karen . '1Johnson, Phyllis . "Jones, Janet . Jones, Pat . . Jones, Patricia . Jones, Phil . . Kallberg, Duane 'iKarr, Bob . '. Keith, Dale . Kenney, Don . Kerns, Dennis . Kerns, Diane . . "King, Kathleen . Kingston, Everett 'f'Kinnaird, Don Kinnee, Harry . Kirkwood, Don . Klingman, Allene Knebel, Andy . Kncbel, Nadine Knight, Fred . . Kuznctz, Gerry Lake, Margaret . Lambert, Larry . Lee, Vera . . 45, . 45, 44,95,101 62, se, 104 45,63 107 , 62, 90 45 44 5 1 106 106 44 103 45 101 88,105 42,45,62 45,101 . 44, Litch, Lois . . Leigh, Gordon . . 45 Lenhart, Bill . . . . 44 Lew, Rose ..... 44 'f'Lewis, Cutler . . 44, 100 Lind, I-larry . . . . 44 Link, Allan . . 45, 97,103 Linscott, Bob . . 45,103 ...45 iManley, Charal Littlejohn, Bnrythe . . 45 Lord, Frank . . 45, 98,103 Lovett, Shirley .... 44 Lubctich, Antoinette 44, 60,89 Lyon, Don . Malctta, Donna . . . 45 Malin, Joanne . . 45, 89 ....44 ....45 Martin, Ophelia .... 45 . 44, 85, 104 Massey, Bill . Mathews, Helen. . . 44,91 Matthias, Roy . . . 44 Matthies, Shirlee . . 44 Mattson, Steve . . . 45 McBride, Dale .... 45 'l'McClelland, Gene . 45, 63, 85 McCloud, Jack . 45,101,105 McKinney, Carolyn . 44, 89 Meade, Dick . . . 44,103 Merlino, Ed .... 44, 85 Michela, Donald . . . 44 Mills, Jerry ..... 45 Mitchell, Alan . . 45, 85, 99 "Mitchell, Dorothy Anne 45, 87, 89,104 Monroe, Tom 1 . . 45,101 Monson, Pat . 46, 60, 89,105 Moore, Bob .... 46,105 More, Judy . . . . 46 Morgan, Stuart IE. . . 46, 85 '1Morris, Dave . . 46, 85 Morrison, Ken . . . 46 Morse, Theo . . . 46 Musgrove, Patsy . . . 46 Myers, Deana . . 46, 61 Napoli, Mike . . . 47 Nash, Jack . . . 47,103 Navarre, Mitchell . 47, 100 Nelson, Donald .... 47 'iNelson, Marilyn . . 47,89 Nevels, Dora .... 47 Nibarger,Richnrd . . . 47 Nightingale, Catherine . 47 "Okada, Emiko . . 47, 64, 107 '5Okumura, Henry Olsen, Ronald . Olson, Jean . Olson, Lee S. . . ...46 . 46 46 ...46 'iOs:1wa, Joyce . 46, 62, 64, 91 Ostendorp, Roger Osthus, Norman "Palmer, Joan . Pang, Sue Sen . Parentc, Frank . "Puente, John . Parr, Margie . Patricelli, Dick Pederson, Marie Pendley, Grace . Peto, Frank . Phelps, Jerry . Philen, Richard . Pitt, Fred . . l Plumb, Jerry . '5Poulsen, Dave . '5Price, Marilyn . Quince, Phyllis . 'fRamm, Allan . Reed, Janet . Reeder, Jay . '1Rhinehart, Betty Richards, Bob . Richtmyer, Richard . Ridalls, Bill . . . 46 . 46 46,89 46,106 . 47 . 47 . 47 47,103 47,91 . 47 . 47 . 47 . 47 . 46 . 46 . 46 . 46 46,64 46,101 . 46 . 46 42,46,6z,s9 . 47 47, 99 . 47 Ring, Floyd . . 47,97,103 Robertson, Joan . Robinson, Janette H'Rosen, Helen . :iRousso, Esther . WRubin, Harriet . . '1Runions, Sandra f'Russell, Pat . . Ruthruff, Larry . Salmela, Anita . Sangder, Larry . Savage, Barry . . Sawyer, Bob . Saylcr, Bev . Saylcr, Gerald . Schack, Ernie . Sehairel, Ken . Schwarzmann, John Scott, Shirley . . Seth, Dick . Severson, Dayle . 'fSeymour, Dorothea Shaifer, Charles . Shaffer, Don . Shepard, Quintin "Shipman, Mayna Shivel, Betty . Skeppstedt, Norma Smith, Dave . . Smith, Glenn . Smith Patty . Smith Winona . Smith Zona . . Spino, Joanne . 123 . 47 . 47 . 47 . 47 47,91 . 46 . 46 46,101 46,87 . 46 95,100 . 46 . 46 95,100 . 47 . 47 64,101 47,89 . 47 . 47 89,107 . 47 . 47 . 46 . 46 46,89 . 46 . 46 . 46 . 46 . 46 . 46 . 47 If .I ,u1.."L 03' .WHo'S WHO Spino, Vic . :?Spoor,Ryk . . Stearns, Robert . Steele, Robert . Steffan, Howie Stimach, Dave . Stocking, Loren Storelee, Verlawn 11Stover, Janis . '1Strong, Bob . 5Summers, George . Tanzer, Paul . . . Taylor, Ernie .46 . 47 . 47 . 47 . . 47 47,101 . 47 47,35 47,89 46,64 ,s5,9s . . 46 46,100 42, 47, 62, 97,100,103 'i'Taylor, Viola . . . Thompson, Barry . Thompson, Margaret Thompson, Sharon Ticdeman, Irene . Townsend, 'Gordon . 'fTraut, Dianne . Tschabold, Roy . :iTurk, Rose Marie . 15Turnbaugh, Jerry . Turner, Dick . . . 47, 64 . 47 . . 47 . . 47 . . 46 46,101 . 46 . 46 . 47 ..47 47, 97 Usibelli, Roland . 47, 97,101 Vannice, Dick . . Vaughn, Willie . Vey, Bill . . . Walker, Kenney . Walter, Dexter . . ..46 .46 .46 ..46 ..47 '5Wamba, Jon . . 47, 97,100 'fWaterman, Michael . Webb, Sharon . . Web, Sharon . . Webster, Jo Ann . 46, Wheelock, Geraldine Whitelmead, Warren Wicks, Joe . . . 5'XVight, Janet . Winchell, Rex . Witart, Bettyann . Wolcott, Marjorie . Wolcott, Mildred . '5Woodey, Diane . . Woodhouse, Jo . Woodward, Betty . . :5Wright, Mary Jane Zack, Kenny . . . '1Zentz, Shirley . . . 47,89 . 46 . 46 89,105 ..4-6 ..46 . 47 . 47 . 47 . 47 . 46 . 46 46,91 . 46 47,91 . 47 47,82 47,09 WHO'S WHO FRESHMEN Ben Franklin Honor Roll BEST STUDENT- Susan Fiscus BEST ATHLETE- Elden Heath BEST WORKER- Bob Wallace BEST SPEAKER- Buzz Coe BEST ACTOR- Ernest Chenaur BEST ARTIST- Jill Runstad BEST SCIENTIST- David Comstock MOST ACTIVE IN CLASS'- Shirley Shashich CLASS BOOSTER Richard Epstein MUSICAL- Don Tomlan Agbalog, Godfrey . . 48, 84 Allinson, Fred . 48, 84, 103 Almy, Janice . . 48, 86, 107 Altmayer, Shirley . . . 48 Andonian, Greg 48, 60, 64 Ankeny, Duane .... 48 Annibal, Sally . . . 48, 90 Aspenwall ,Carol . 48, 86, 107 Aucott, Sandra . Aukland, Juanita ...48 ...49 Austin, Margaret . . 49, 63 Avery, Bob ..... 49 Backer, Bruce . 49, 100, 103 Bailey, David . . 49, 103 Baldwin, Beth .... 49 Baldwin, Billy . . 49 Ball, Leslie . . . 49 Ballaine, Dave . . 49, 101 Barnard, Berdina . . . 48 Barry, Joe R. . . 48, 90 Bartow, Philip. . . . 48 Bates, Ted . . 48 Beck, Marilyn . . 48 Beetham, Gwen . . . 48 Benjamin, Joan . . . 48 Benson, Ann . . . . 48 Bernard, Barbara . . 48 Bernert, Susan . . . 49 Billings, Ralph .... 49 Bishop, David . . . 49, 101 Bloomquist, Gary Boede, Jack . . ...49 ...49 Boley, Martha . . 49, 86, 107 Bolt, Bill . . . . . 49 Bond, Dale . . . . 49 Bostwick, James . . 49 Bridges, Leon . . . 48 Brondello, Gloria . . . 48 Brooks, Dale . . 48, 84 Broom, Jack . . . 48 Brown, Nancy . . . 48, 86 Brown,Ncil . . ...48 Burmeister, Patricia Anne . 48 Burt, Louise . . ...48 Butts, David . . . 48 Calnan, Jerry . . . 49 Capeloto, Arnold . . . 49 Capili, Alfred . . . 49, 101 Carlson, Gary . . . 49 Cavaletto, Allan . . 49 Chenaur, Ernest ...49 Chicketti, Jeannette . . 49 124 ?' an A 3111211 ,,,, Q5 g n, 9, QS F -:,!1.Q . 4.3 A , I' X GI' -I I I-,ff X -f' , fgfcsr L ,, 0 4 'ix ,fp 5: J XXX ZX . x gait? i xii akc ' 'W' f ' i 'liz' 'lx . i I 'I u fl ' 1 ,ag aw, w., B X- 4 jlz ELEEB if A. h if if I lil., W - ,,,, S'- ,gi a liiiiliiiiriiiW94lll"l ,,, 1 Wlliilll , 'Ig " Ng ii ' llf , - 'f1fi S il'9llm77 , X18 ,' Wj,,,i's ,Exp-.F 'fffim ge 3 '1 a,i,,i4 fi'-Iiiafifli 'e i ff x o 1 1 ZTSBEJTQT, '1 In " E Jgz ieQfj'?fgL,IT13Cll3T1fP?:a'z31p FLZJQZGAQD- ie QC, ,RAI KL' Us .DX 'L B QBAHI 'G 700, K f l JJ 8 'Egfr 0 r 'Z if ' 4 new 2+ 'J B f Offs-16 grsgroijovidi j f 4 f Q 8' 4 -A s,,:S5'? 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Cohoe, Bruce . . . 49,63 . 49 . 48 . 48,84 . . . 48 42, 48, 62,103 . . . 48 Colbeck, Jim . . . 48, 103 Collier, Anne . . . 48, 107 Collins, Sharon .... 48 Comstock, David . . 48 Constantine, Bob . . 49 Cook, Etta . . . 49 Cordell, Jeannine . . 49 Corner, Bob . . . 49 Corr, John . . . 49 Covey, Mitzi . . . 49 Crothers, Lou Ann . . 49 Crueger, Bob . . . 49 Cullum, Darlene . . . 49 Cumberledgc, Betty . . 48 Cusack, Dick . . . 48, 103 Dahlgren, Shelley . . . 48 Dahlgren, Shirley . 48, 86,107 Daniel, Janice . . . 48, 86 Danielson, Kay .... 48 Day, David . . . 48 Deeny, Diane . . . 48 Dc Laurenti, Valerie . . 48 De Marco, Deanna . 48, 107 De Marco, Mary . . . 49 De Mers, Marilyn . . . 49 De Porter, Jerry . . 49, l0l Dickey, Dennis . . . 49 Dickison, Rodney . . 49 Dicleon, Chuck . . 49 Dillman, Anita . . 49 Dimock, Roscoe .... 49 DiNartlo, Anthony . 48, lOl Dodson, Ruth .... 48 Doman, Gene . . . 48 Donofrio, Marilyn . 48,107 Donovan, Dixie Lee . . 48 Dow, Dixie Lee .... 48 Dudansky, Marvelle . 48, 90 Dugan, Judy ..... 48 Duncan, John . . . 48 Duncan, Marlene . . 49, 90 Dutson, Jo Ann . . . 49 Earl, Robert . . . 49 Edmonds, Mike . . . 49 Edwards, Carol A. . . 49, 90 Efron, David .... 49 Eliason, Don . . 49, 90,103 Elkins, Louise E .... 49 Elliott, Pauline .... 49 Eng, Carolyn . . 48, 107 Eng,Elinorc . . . . 48 Eng, Emilie C. . . 48 Engle, Robert .... 48 English, Webster . . 48, 84 Engstrom, Sherrill . . . 49 Epstein, Richard . . 49, 99 Erchingcr, 'Bob . . 49, l03 Eskenazi, Jack . . . 49, 90 Esmay, Lois ..... 49 Eyre, Barbara . . 48, 63 Faylor, Barbara . . . 48, 90 Farrand, Gartha . . 48 Ferraro, Thomas , . 48 Field, Gayla ..... 48 Firstenberg, Roberta . . 49 Fiscus, Susan . . . 49, 107 Fisher, Carolyn .... 49 Fleming, Susan . . 49 Fogelbcrg, Jerry . . . 49 Forsell, Nina . . . 48, 63 Forsman, Joan .... 48 Fregin, Beverly Jean . . 48 Fregin, Don . . . . 48 Fucla, Frank . . . 48 f Gabriel, , Faye' . if Lf 1 V49, - 3 Gallo9ra5?gDale v..fi. 1. . 49. Gambaf' ose Magic j . . ' 49 Ggbhan, Caroll' '.,L1"f . 1. '4-9 Gerdon, Kermitjf ' . ff. 49 Gernertyjerryx . .. 48' Gillis,.f'Rosalin'oX . . , '48 Giln1an,fBdnnie1 . 48 Gipsonydararld I . ,. . 411 GirahfBarbara . . . 48 Gleason, Pair' .i ., 'l. . V ." 49 Golidardnrrvipg 1 49, 1'0l, 103 Goodman, Gloria . ,.. 319, 107 Gornfan,Marilyn'g . . 49 Gorsich,'Shirlcy . . .49 Gotz, Carol Ann . . . 50 Gowl Jlm ' .... 50,103 Graef, 'Sue . . . . 50 Gray, Ted . . . 50,101 Greer, Jim . . . 50,103 Grinstein, Bill . . 50, 63 Grinstein, Jan . . 50 Guiberson, Doug . . . 50 Hamlin, Ruby . . . . 50 Hammersmith, Carlton Hammersmith, Delmar .11 .Sl Hanson, Charles . . . 51 Harmon, Ron . . 51 Harris, Vern . . . 51 Hart, Ken .... . 5 1 Hartley, Mary Ann 5 1,se,sm Hartling, Janet .... 51 Haskell, Fred . . . 51,100 Hatcher, Margie . . . 50 Hautenne, Michael. . . 50 Hawkes, Mickic . . . 50 Heath, Audrey . . 50, 107 Heath, Eldon . . , 50 Hellyer, Don . . . 50 I-Ielm, Robert .... 50 Hennagir, Raymond . . 50 Hester, Judy A. . . 50, 63 Hickenbottom, Phyllis . . 51 Himoc, Albert .... 51 Hines, Terry . . 51 Horsley, Bob . . 51 Hoyle, Ethel . . 51 Hufford, Maureen . . 51 Hull, Joyce . . . 51 Hunich, Dick . . 51 Hutto, Joanne . . . 51 Iacovacci, Jo Ann . . . 50 Ishimitsu, Kichio . . 50, 103 Jackson, Van ..... 50 Jacobson, Gilla . . 50, 107 Jaffe, Jerry . . . . 50 Jaffe, Sandra . . . 50 James, Lee . . . 50, 84 James, Lynne . . 50, 107 Jenkins, Bill . . . 50, 84 Jenkins, Joan . . 51 Jensen, Lloyd .... 51 Jilg, Jack . . . . '51 Johnson, Bob . . 51, 84, 101 Johnson, Bob D. .... 51 Johnson, Buster .... 51 Johnson, Dorothy Jean . 51 Johnson, Eloise . . . 51, 86 Johnson, Evelyn . . . 51 Johnson, Harold. 50, 101, 105 Johnson, Judy . . . 50, 91 Johnson, Stephanie 50,63,86,107 Johnson, Wallace . . . 50 Joinctte, Deanne . . 50 Jones, Larry . . . 50 Jones, Warren . . . 50 Jorgensen, Wallace . . 50 Joy, Tom . . . . 50 Kaiser, Shirlee . . 51 Kanc,Jeanertc . . 51 J f 'i .fbi ' 125 WHO'S WHO Kashiwagi, Diane . . 51, 63 Kean, Donald . . . 51 Kehr, Nancy . . . 51, 107 Kennedy, Carolyn . 51, 107 Kenney, Jerry 42,51,62,103, 105 Kerry, Patrick, .... 5 1 Kessner, Linda . 51, 91, 107 Killian Barbara .... 50 Kimpton, Billie . . . 50 Knoppi, Tommy . . . 50 Knutson, Marjorie L. . . 50 Komarniski, Joan . . 50 Kounkel, Nancy . . 50 Kovtun, Edith . . S0 Labellarte, Vito . . 50 La Branche, Ron . . . 50 Ladwig, Marella . 51, 63, 91 Lahti, Helen . . . . 51 Lane, Billie . . 51, 103 Larkin, Pat . . 51, 87 Larson, Jerry . . 51 Larson, Richard . . 51 Larson, Sandra . . . 51, 91 La Ville, Judy . . 51 Leago, George . . 51 Lee, Roberta . . . 50 Leingang, Ronald . . 50 Le Master, Alan . . . 50 Lew, Doris .... 50, 107 Lewis, Pat . . . 50 Lillie, Marilyn . . 50 Litch, Lois . . . 50 Loe, Dick . . . . 50 Luce, .Claudette L . . 50 Lunder, Alvin . . . 5 1, 85 Lundy, Maryann . . 51, 107 Lungdahl, Judy . . . 51 Luse, Darleen . . S1 Mack, Daniel .... 51 Madison, Sharon . . . 51 Madonna, Ann 51, 63, 87, 91 Mahnken, Conrad . . . 51 Marckx, Joseph R. . . 51 Marr, Bob . . . . 50 Marr, Franklin . . 50 Martin, Donald . . 50 Martin, Margie . . . 50 Martin, Temple D. . . 50 Mathison, Richard . 51, 63 Matsuoka, Janice . . 51, 107 Matthiesen, Jerry . . 51, 85 Mattson, Marcy . 51 McAllister, Sue . . . 51 McDougall, Karleen . . 50 Mclilhaney, Johnny . . 50 McGowan, Jerry . . . 50 McGrady, Lucille . 50, 63, 64 Mehner, Sheila .... 50 Meling, Beverly . . . 51 Miller, Carolyn . . . 51 Miller, Jo Ann .... 51 Mitchell, Linda . 42, 51, 62 Moi, Obert . . Monroe, Joan . . Montgomery, Jean Moon, Dennis . Morgan, June . Moore, Leslie . Morris, Ward . . Mortenson, Nels . Morton, Don . Munday, Chuck . Mundell, Darlene Murdock, Judy V. Musgrave, Marjorie Myrick, Charles Nicholson, Mary Nickerson, Carl . Mitsumori, Ida Jane . 51, 107 Mohler, Dale . . 50,103,105 . 50, 100 . 50, . 51, . 51, 64 50 50 91 51 S1 85 51 S0 50 50 50 50 51 51 WHO'S WHO . . . 126 Northen, Pat . . 51 Prescott, Alice . . 53 64 Shimizu, Bob . . S2 Townsend, Myron . . S2 Norton, Arthur . . 51 Price, Gary . , S3 Shinners, Patrick . S2 T',-aug,-mnn Tom g , . . 2, 101 Nufting, Daw , , S1 Price, Phyllis . . SZ Simson, jo Ann . . 52 Tricbwnsscr, Marilyn I 53 Nylnnd, Truman , , S2 Ramscy, john . . . 52 Simson, Robby . 52, 101 Triplett, Marilyn . S3 Oakland, Violet .... 52 Rfluscllcfi Resales - - - 52 Skl"'nc", Roger - - 52 Turner, Phil . . . . S3 O'Brien, Glenn . . 52, 101 Reed, Bill -'-- 52, 101 Smlthv Dave - - 52 Twilligear, Gail Irene . 53, 91 Olsen, Edith . . . 52, 64 Rlccf Katllryn "" 52 Smftll' Ffsd ' ' ' 52 Uptagrnilt, Eunice . S3 Olsen, Errol ..... S2 ROSQFS, JQYCC .lfan - - 62 64 Smith, lim - - 52, 35 Ummwcilcn 'Mnrlnnc . 52 O,Ncil, Madeleine E. u 52, X7 Rollins, Bill . . . S2 Snow, Mary Ann . 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S3 T3YlUf, Edna - - 55 xvllsmlv Sally - 52 Peterson, Susan .... S2 5Cott,,51mpn,.d,Nntn1iC 53 64 Tezcno, Be,-Him l S3 Wiltse, Keith . . 64 Perry, DFCZI - - 62, 64, 91 Seglyc, Keith ,,,,, 53 Thomas, johnny . 53, 103 xvfllfa DCHUUH - - 52 Pizzello, Loretta . . . S3 Scitzy Jack . 5 ' - 53 Thomason, Robles, 55, 85 Woodward, XVilliam . S2 PIZZCUO, Vlfgmlil - - 53, 64 Shashich, Shirley . . SJ, 60 Tlmmpgfm, Janice A S3 Worland, Diana . . S3 Plilflfs Keith - - 53 Sliellabnrger, Delores . . 53 Thompson, Eileen 53, 107 Wfigl1f, Durothy . , 53 Poll, Myrna - - - 53 Shelley, Arlone . . . S3 Thurlow, Douglas 52, 101 Yollnnd, Bob . . . 85 Poole, Frances .... S3 Shelton, Marjorie . . . 53 Tliurlow, Shirley . SZ Y0flCs Mllf0l1 - . 53 Poulsen, janell . 53, 87,107 Sheltrcn, Pat . . S3, 64 Tomlan, Don . . 12,101 Young, john . . 53, 101 . 1Plll'UllQ51 4' WNW '51, V his rmsnan Ianni X h Xb! 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SS Church, Ramona . . 55 Cohen, Muriel . . . SS Colello, Cheryl . . S5 Cook, Jean . . 55 Cook, Shirley . . 55 Cotton, Ruth . Crawford, Kathleen Cullum, Kathy . Curtin, Roger . Dahl, Curtis . Daly, Rhoda . Daniel, Merdis . Davcs, Yvonne . Davis, Barbara . Davis, Nancy . Davis, Pat . . Deady, Patty . Dickey, Betty Jean Dorge, Gail . . Doris, Ross . . Douglas, Shirley Dow, Larry . . Downey, Charles Downie, Lenore . Dubay, Marjorie Dunn, Robert . Duryee, David . Du Vall, Duane Eastern, Sam . liastey, Glenn . lirsltine, Janice . Iiskenazi, Albert lierris, Ronald . Finlayson, Ralph . . S4 Iiiscus, Ann . . Follett, Bill . . Forde, Judith . Frank, Carol . Garton, Sharon . Gaskin, Kathleen Gilscth, Leon . Gjurasic, Luke . Goff, Richard 5 . Goit, Dale . Gowdy, Dallas . Grahn, Gary . . Grantham, Jack Gray, Janett . Gray, Jim . . Greer, Dorothy . Griffith, Russ . Griffiths, Dick . Hancock, Roland Hansen, Arlyn . Harvey, Laverne Hasson, David . Hatch, Irene . . Hawkins, Leonard Hawkins, Ruby . Hayes, Sandra . Hayward, John . Heiler, Jeannie . Helman, Carol . Henning, Ralph High, Meyrlee . High, Rozelee . Himoe, Eleanor . Holmberg, Betsy Holt, Kathleen . Hummel, Diana . Hurley, Areta . . Hutchinson, George Hyde, Janice . Israel, Irving I. . Johnson, Minnie Johnson, Richard Johnson, Robert Jones, Donald . Jones, Vernon . Karr-, Bill . Keys, Bobby . . Keys, Jimmy . . Kiehlbauch, Carol Kinnee, Anne . Kirchberg, Marilyn Kiteley, Carolyn Kopick, Carol . 1 x Kroon, David J. . Kroon, Richard . La Cross, Sharon . Lager, Betty . . Lambert, Don . Lanigan, Jim . . Lautcrback, Betty . . Lawyer, Thalys . . Le Clair, Donna . Lee, Charles . . Lee, Lester . Lee, Sandra . Lemert, Allen . Lettich, Rupert Leven, Bruce . . Levy, Esther . . Lewis, Maryann . . Ley, Dick . . Ley, Rosalie . . Linstrom, Marvin . Liptrap, Joe . . . Long, Tommy . . . Losnegaard, Bernard . Lundin, Dan . . Mack, Katie . . Mackay, Sharon . Magraw, Brian . Maier, Allen . . . Marshall, Claudette . Maslan, Ruth . . Massee, Michael . Massey, Donna . Matthias, Jean . Mattson, Jim . . Mayberry, Carole . McBride, Dean . McCain, Carolyn . McClellan, Sara Ann . McGivern, Gary . McGraw, Mike . . McKenzie, Ken . . . McQuade, Jim . . 42 McRea, Bobs .... Medley, Marilyn . . Mendoza, Rosalie . . Mieske, Ed . . Mones, Rosita . Moore, George . Moore, Patsy . . Morris, William . Mullarky, Kitty . Mullins, David . . Mundell, Donna . Musgrove, Martha , Nalties, Lynette . Napier, Virgil . . Neuman, Lou Ann . Newsum, Robert . Newton, Gary . Norman, Diana . Nusbaum, Martin Odal, Terry Louis . O'Dell, Willis . Olsen, Elizabeth . Orth, Fred . . Parr, Kenneth . Patricelli, Dianne . Patricelli, Louie . Patricelli, Ronnie . Patterson, Carole . Pendley, Carolyn . Pepin, Betty Lou . Perrigo, Alfred . Peters, Irene . . Peterson, Barbara . Peterson, Lorraine . Phelps, Eleanor . . Phillips, Reed . . Phillips, Sandra . . . Pierson, Bill. . . 42, 57, Pitt, Bill ..... Plancich, Vincent . WHO'S WHO Porter, Gerrianne . Price, Donald . . Quigley, Anajo . Radinsky, Sara Ray, Janice . Recd, Gary . . Reed, Larry . . . Reynolds, Dwight . Rider, Marian . . Riewe, Katherine . Robison, Patricia Roe, Geraldine . Rolstad, Ronald . Rose, Willa . . Rossclli, Lee . Routos, Jim . Rowell, Fred Rudie, Glenn Ryan, Patricia . Saas, Miriam . . Sage, Richard . Sanchez, Shirley . . Sanderson, Norman . Sargent, Virginia . Sather, Shirley . Schiersch, Karl . Schmid, Barbara . Schroeder, Ronald . Schwartz, Gary . . Seymour, Evelyn . Shepherd, Margaret . Sherin, Darlene . . Sigvartson, Joan . Simmonds, David . Siverts, Dorothy . Skeel, Dick .... Slaten, Helen . . . Smallwood, Mary Ellen Smith, Bob .... Smith, Gretchen . Smith, Maureen . . Smythe, Luann . Starcevich, Val . . Steen, David . . Steffensen, Barbara . Stixrud, Neal . . Stocking, Victor . Stokes, Shirley . Strang, Warren . . Strichertz, Harley . Swan, Earl . . . Swartzell, Mark . Swatack, Sonia . . Sweet, Loretta . . Takkinen, Leroy W. . Thomas Richard . Thomas, Tillie Ann . Thompson, Myrna . Timperio, Marie . Trimpler, Elsa . Truscan, Sally . Tunnard, Bob . . Urabeck, Frank J. . Vautrin, Ronnie . Wade, Marilyn . Walker, Lloy . . Walker, Phyllis . . Walter, Stanley . . Wasner, Robert . . Wasser, Keith . Welch, Donna . Weller, Barbara . . Wicks, John . . Widrig, Elizabeth . Wieland, Janet . . Williams, Monte . Witham, Elizabeth . Wood, Diana . . Wood, Merle . . . Yates, Margie . . Young, Amy Lou . Young, Tim . . . ACK OWLEDGMENTS...12s A ' pd..-Q 1' - ' 3' -as., e ' l .em . "'1. ' a P l , t 1 . I if, ' gf 1 4 , ,f ' tg I ' 1 'R lj- N s ,I X , f 1 . .l 9 . .ft ' "if a asf "'4 ogg 1 To the Advisers of Tolo Annual-whose imagination, persistence, and a P - tience have made the production of forty yearbooks a Creative Arlivity and have given each book an individuality of its own. Heber D. Johnson 1913-1917. Ralph R. Upton 1918-I930g Business Adviser 1931-1935. Gretchen Shaw 1931-1936. Paul W. Copeland, Photographic Adviser 1932-19355 Financial Adviser 19363 Editorial Adviser 1937-1942. Jesse R. Hurley 1943-present. Charlotte Bisazza, 1919-present. To the hundreds of students who have worked upon Tolo Annual especially to those who have "served beyond the call of duty." This year special recognition goes to Barbara Jo Pelton for her superior editorial work, to Jane Hanada for assuming responsibility for the cover, and to Ron Perry and Kenny Zack for willingly assuming more than their assigned share of art work. To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ralston, who began taking photographs for Frank- lin in the fall of 1927 C1928 Annualj and served us generously and emciently until they sold tl1eir studiog and to Ann Stone, their successor, whose gcniality, magnanimity, and superior workmanship have made the continuance of the long and happy business relationship between Frank- lin and the Ralston Studio inevitable. This is the silver anniversary, the twenty-fifth year for which Ralston Studio have done our photographic work. To Frank McCaffrey-artist, printer-publisher, nationally recognized typo- graphical expert, and generous good friend of Franklin High School-and to his colleagues, especially Al Jensen and Phyllis I-leady fFranklin '37J. For twenty-one years, beginning with the 1932 Annual, through their creative ability and technical genius each Tolo has become a reality fa ' surpassing the dream of those who planned it. To the pupils of Franklin High School past and present whose enthusiasm and loyal support have stimulated successive annual staffs to produce books which are treasured as priceless records of their owners' years at Franklin. Q55 f57ff?3,' WWW, W fix Q, fQ3 5ii: Q2 5AW v- JI! ,zf W2 f pr 2' ijfzfff I rg! ,ff ' 'eq- 774 ',za,fLfzQ ' 1 U52 ' ,J s..-- 1 A .1 . nxt- ' 1' " ,X ' L W . 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