Franklin High School - Tolo Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1958

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Page 9 text:

,THRQUQH THE YEARS WALTER J. RESEBURG CAME TO FRANKLIN IN 1912 1912 to 1914 . . . Taught Languages 1914 to 1932 . . . Taught Science and Mathematics 1913 to 1920 . . . Coached Football, Baseball and Basketball 1914 . . . Senior Class Advisor 1920 to 1932 . . . Boy's Club Advisor 1932 to 1947 . . . Vice-Principal 1938 to 1945... Golf Coach 1945 to 1958 . . . Principal Young people, look to the future! Can you picture your- self fifty years from now, looking backward to appraise the true wealth of the life you have lived? What would you like to see spelled out in the history of your own life? Would you evaluate your life on the basis of the number of dollars you had taken in, or perhaps the number you had been able to retain? Would you set some other material cri- terion, such as jewelry, furs, or other luxuries? Would your goal have been to create new ideas or new products to add to the convenience or comfort of your neighbors? Would the actual construction of buildings, appliances, or machines have been your contribution? Would you gain your satisfac- tion from raising a farrrily by good Christian principles? Our principal, Walter J. Reseburg, now stands at this crossroads. He is a man young in spirit and rich in experi- ence. He has many vital and useful years ahead of him. Let us take a quick look at the accomplishment of his career. We see 45 years of dedicated service to Franklin High Schoolg over 20,000 students have been influenced by his philosophyg people in all walks of life have become more valuable citi- zens because of himg he has been genuinely beloved by all who have known himg he has made this world a more beau- tiful and pleasant place in which to live. You young people are just now deciding the course of your life. Surely the satisfactions that accrue during a life- time are adequate reward for the extra effort you must now make in order to achieve these things. DONALD S. MEANS DONALD S. MEANS Vice Principal if j jg J if WM ff' W0

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TO A GREAT MAN We, here at Franklin High School, are proud to dedicate this 44th edition of Tolo Annual to our beloved principal, Mr. Walter J. Reseburg. By giving himself untiringly in the capacities of teacher, coach, counselor, vice-principal, principal, and friend for more than 45 years, he has guided us and many other students in our pursuit of high ideals. His never-ending drive for good sportsmanship, high scholastic standards, and enthusiasm for worthwhile things have been an inspiration to many thousands of students who have passed through the halls of Franklin. As Mr. Reseburg "graduates" with the Class of 1958, he leaves behind him a Bellamy Award school which was so honored because of his hard work and his fine examples of democracy and fair play. Just as in the heart of Mr. Reseburg there can never be another school, so will Franklin never be able to replace him. We shall always remember his great love for athletics of all kinds. Our school spirit has been only a mirrored image of Mr. Reseburg's spirit. The school is experiencing a great loss and is grateful for his guidance. Ben Franklin would be proud of our Mr. Reseburg. WALTE . RESEBURG ri cipal K I rr CDUR PRINCIPAL SPEAKS Graduation time again! This year I made it. After forty- six short years I can finally consider myself a Franklin graduate. I first entered our beautiful building in the year 1912. Everyone has always been so kind and considerate so I just stayed on and on. I can truthfully say that Franklin has always been a friendly school. Over the years we have built certain definite opinions into our philosophy. We have established an en- vironment in which all may experience maximum democratic living. We have every freedom, and the large majority of our people feel personally responsible not to abuse these privi- leges. We place limitations on no one and believe wherever desire and industry prevail, happy and effective lives will follow. We subscribe to the principle of self-evaluation and self-discipline and honest desire to improve in scholarship and human relations. The large majority of our teachers are dedicated to the youth of our country. The objective uppermost in their thinking is to build honest, hard-working, cooperative and loyal American citizens. Meeting so many wonderful parents, teachers, graduates and pupils has been a rare privilege and a happy experience. Now that I am leaving this warm place for the "outer space" of retirement from teaching I wish to tell you that I shall always remember Franklin with love and sincere affection. May you live long and prosper. W. J. RESEBURG



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