Franklin Junior High School - Almanac Yearbook (Long Beach, CA)
- Class of 1939
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STANLEY F. HOWLAND
MINA V. C. BUCK
Dean of Girls and
NELLIE E. BEZOIER
JOHN PAUL WALKER
RUTH B. BURLINGAME
D. MARGUERITE BURNS
LILIAN N. COLE
LLEWELLYN H. COBURN
WATSON L. DEAVER
ALMA T. FALLON
General Office Clerk
MARJORIE T. FULLWOOD
ANNETT D. OUTHIER
DOLLIE C. S. PRICE
LILLIAN E. WHITON
Books and Supplies
FREDRICA B. BROWN
HELEN L. CLARK
PAMELA A. CLARKE
MARY TATE DEMING
Sight Conservation and
CECI LE J. COPPAGE
LENORE l. B. GLASER
LUTIE A. C. FEENEY
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JOHN A. BUCHANAN
MARJORIE H. WALKER
CHRISTIE V. JESMER
HAROLD E. WERTZ
M. RYNTA VEDDER
ROY H. THOMPSON
ADA D. REASONER
DELOR A. BOMBARDIER
ZORA G. GRIDLEY
WILLIAM C. REECE
WILLIAM C. MAXWELL
THALIA L. PHILLIPS
RUTH W. THAYER
MERTICE A. RICHARD
FLORA LOUISE HESS
FLORENCE E. STAUFFACHER
ALICE E. JOHNSON
DOROTHY MARY TOST
RUBY W. LYMAN
C andidates for Promotion
MURIEL ELCOCK . .
. 9A Class President ;
CHARLES LEE ROY MICHEL, Class Vice-President Q
JESSE HOLTON . .
Akland, Gladys Lovina
Argeson, Mary Francis
Bates, Dorothy Ruth
Beck, La Varne
Blattman, Norma Ann
Bouvia, Betty Jeanne
Brakeman, Paul H.
Brittain, Lee Ellen
Buer, Barbara Jean
Burns, Ann Paul
Clevenger, Delores Joan
Cline, Mary Jane
Cole, Betty Jean
De Graffenreid, Dean
De Young, Robert
Edmunson, Barbara Ruth
Elcock, Muriel Louise
Gossett, Dick ?
Guinn, Iola Grace
Hail, Betty Jane
Ham, Melba Lee
Heinz, Frank Jr.
Hill, Leona June
Huntley, Bruce .
Jacobs, Van .k.
Jenkins, Betty Lou
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Lewis, Mary Ann
Michel, Charles Lee Roy
Mitchell, Alice Jean
Nichols, Betty Jane
Neil, Mildred Ruth
Peterson, Eleanor Louise
Pully, Helen Louise
Raley, Juanita Frances
Shew, Blosser Glen
Smith, James Eugene
Smith, Myra Jean
Smith, William Perry
Smith, William Rueben
Smith, William Scott
Van Every, Doris
Van Houser, Bulla May
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KATHLEEN SAULS . .
MRS. LYMAN and MRS. RICHARDS
This semester the Scholarship Society has under-
taken the project of better citizenship. Moving pic-
tures are being made with the new school camera.
Some of the pictures which are being filmed include
cafeteria conduct, hall order and school ground be-
havior. All of these pictures stress courtesy and safety,
and should help improve Franklin citizenship. The
entire plan was suggested to the society by Mrs. Price,
the Vice Principal, who has appointed several teachers
to cooperate in the plan. Ground action will be super-
vised by Mr. VVertz and Miss Clark. Costumes are
to be provided by Miss Morrison and Miss Ringheim.
Mr. Deaver, who wrote the script, also is acting as
cameraman and Miss Burns is collaborating with Mr.
Deaver in preparing the scenario. All pantomime
scenes are directed by Miss Walker. The following
students are in the Society:
7A-Lou Jean Barlow, Darlene Benson, Joyce Buchanan, Vir-
ginia Clevenger, Betty Goosen, Patsy Green, Geraldine Hoy, Len-
nice Hubenbecker, Marilyn McClure, Leona Murry, Edda May
Trostler, Marilynn Whitaker, Irene Wickliffe, Joanna Worsham.
SB-Betty Adams, Betty Albright, Marilyn Chudnow, Sharon
Davies, Keith Deeds, Stanley Parker, Eugene Reid.
8AAEunice Ackley, Floyd Blizard, Seymour Chapin, Helen
Choate, Gerald Crain, Barbara Dean, Millicent Edmundson, Homer
Evans, Beatrice Foster, Patricia Graham, Frances Gril'hn, Gloria
Grueuewald, Barbara Guinn, Betty Hicks, Marguerite Horn,
Richard Howell, Hope Hribal, Beulah Hudgins, Margaret Hughes,
Myrtle Hughes, Bonnie Jurgenson, Virginia Kelleher, Margaret
Kohnke, Barbara Jean Lesh, Miriam Levich, Jim Lund, Patricia
MacDonald, Lois McCuller, Margaret IVIalaby, Marion Maspero,
hdarion Moss, Allen Mosteller, Dorothy Nelson, Emma Lou Osmon,
Barbara Oswald, Dolores Parker, Jeanne Perry, Barbara Putnam,
Howmrd Roach, Bayshie Rosenberg, Georgia Mary Smith, Helen
Smith, Kathryn Smith, Carol Stearns, Annabeth Tiffany, Rose
Wick, Coleen Wilson, Virginia Zolalis, Gerald Zwentzig, Geraldine
9B--Arthur Arnold, Edwin Bonilla, Dixie Coco, Jerry Cohen,
Rosemary Doermann, Jean Duncan, Jack Dusek, Tordis Haga,
Dorothy Hanson, Eunice Henson, Gerald Jampolsky, David
Eellogg, Noreen McNeice, Evelyn Normington, Jean Ruth, Olive
9AeMarthalee Barnes, Suzanne Baynham, Gloria Beaumont,
Ross Bigelow, Bill Blount, Jean Davis, Minchen Doweling, Albert
Fish, Blll Frady, Emmanuel Gross, Harriet Lewis, Marjorie Lund,
Lee Michel, Fred Oldham, Esther Ottele, Laura Paull, Gilbert
Reese, Marilyn Ross, Willa Rundberg, Kathleen Sauls, Margue-
rite Secord, Bill R. Smith, Margaret Tilton, Charles Vorck,
Candus W'aldron, Patsy Weeks.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
MISS MARJORIE WALKER .
STANLEY F. HOVVLAND
During the past semester the Benjamin Franklin
Junior Civic League Cabinet and Representatives have
held many legislative meetings in room 122 to discuss
numberous plans for our school. Among the outstand-
ing activities are: The new Constitution, 3 new school
banner and a new Franklin Guide. Due to the activi-
ties of the Cabinet, pins have been ordered and will
be presented as the permanent property of all 9A
Cabinet and Representative members. The members
of the Cabinet are: William Ruben Smith, President;
Jean Duncan, Vice President; Olive, Ryan, Secretary;
Jean Davis, Commissioner of Girls Affairs; James
Hartwig, Commissioner of Boys Affairs; Betty Mae
Booth, Commissioner of Girls Athletics; Robert Cur-
ran, Commissioner of Boys Athletics; Thomas Wood,
Commissioner of Assemblies; William Perry Smith,
Commissioner of Safety; Norman Culver, Commis-
sioner of Records; Wanda Raberts, Commissioner of
Art for the Main Building; Patty Scott, Commissioner
of Art for the Auditorium; Marguerite Secord, Com-
missioner of Scholarship; Muriel Elcock, 9A Class
President; Lee Michel, 9A Class Vice President;
Myron Peck, President of Achievement Society; Myra
Smith, President of Honor Health; Minchen Dowel-
ing, Editor of Franklin Post; Esther Ottele, Assistant
Editor; William Blount, Assistant Commissioner of
Boys Atheleics; Ross Bigelow, Fire Chief; Candas
VValdron, Assistant Commissioner of Art for Building.
Representatives are Daniel Angel, Robert Ashly, Jolly
Ann Barcus, Donald Blurton, Elizabeth Brakeman,
Ernest Briggs, Thomas Cady, Virginia Casey, Ross
Crain, Jack Dusek, Ethel Edell, Albert Fish, Ronald
Gardner, Howard Hall, Frank Heinz, Ray Howe,
William Hughes, Robert Kiefer, Edwin Markham,
Paul Perry, Neal Pettygrove, Eugene Reed, Mary
Riley, Georgia Smith, Stanley Smith, Carol Stearns,
Audrey Sturkie, Eleanor Sutherland, Henry Tanaka,
Ruth Alene Thomas, Evelyn Wagganer, Buddy War-
ren, Robert Weld, and Donald Whitmeyer.
THE ACHIEVEMEN T SOCIETY
LAURA PAUL .
The Achievement Society has become one of the
most active organizations in the Franklin Junio High
School. This year we have sponsored the Toy Loan
Library Drive, which has brought joy into the hearts
of many underprivileged children. For our annual
party, we had a HHard Times Dinner? With all of
these activities going on you will enjoy being a
member of the Achievement Society. Old members of
the Achievement Society are: Arnold, Arthur; Briggs,
Ernest; Doweling. Minchen; Elcock, Muriel; Evans,
Homer; Gruenewald, Gloria; Hudgins, Buelah;
HUghes, Myrtle; Hurley, Jim; Kohnke, Margaret;
Lesh; Barbara; McNiel, Patricia; Malaby, Margaret;
Nieto, Joseph; Niver, Margene; Parr, Corrine; Paull,
Laura; Peck, Myron; Putnam, Barbara; Saunders,
Bob; Smith, Bill R.; Smith, Helen; Smith, Myra;
Taylor, Faye; Tilton, Margaret; Wood, Tom.
New members of the Achievement Society are:
Barnes, Martha Lee; Blattman, Norma Ann; Corbet,
Robert; Coco, Dixie; Culver, Norman; Elliot, Archie;
Fellows, Donald; Fish, Albert; Fitzpatrick, Shelia;
Frady, Bill; Hamilton, Harlee; Hammer, Keith;
Howe, Roy; Joyce, Patsy; LeRitz, Patricia; Michel,
Lee; Milar, Leota; NIitchell, Alice; McKay, Audrey;
Morrison, John; Richards, Marie; Smith, Geraldine;
Scott, Putty; Sewell, Virgil; Stearns, Carol; Tanaka,
Anna; Tout, Stanley; Vorck, Charles; Waldron,
Candas; Weeks, Patsy; Woody, Stella; Wyper, Wil-
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The Art Department
The art department has accomplished a great deal this
semester. The following are some of the most important proj-
ects for which we received recognition:
1. Two safety sign boards.
2. Scenery for the Spanish Festival.
3. Prize posters for the P.-T. A., Latham Foundation contest
and the Junior Chamber of Commerce safety campaign.
4. Decorations for the Foundersy Day Luncheon at the First
Congregational Church and the Family Relations banquet at
the Villa Riviera Hotel.
5. Block printed covers for the Franklin Post.
6. Frontispieces for the Almanac.
7. Design for a new school flag.
8. Decorations for plays and P.-A. A. assemblies.
Mrs. Richard's Ar! Service Group
Dollie Ellsworth, Harvey Doty, Barbara Oswald, Marguerite Chalker,
Virginia Thompson, Dan Ingue, Georgia Smith, Mildred Hughes, Virginia
Kelleher, Betty Lee Cookson, Alice Nelson, Vivian Thorsen, Neal Nordlund,
Doratha Humphrey, Richard Bloom, Nedra Carmichael, Jack De Rosa, Lila
Vee Kreider, Vivian Hoskiee, Eileen Ball, Barbara Stewart, Maxine Mathews,
Candas Waldron, Wanda Roberts.
Mrs. Murphy's Service Art Group
Arthur Arnold, Earnest Briggs, Grace Brocklisby, Clara Browner, Evelyn
Canner, Virginia Collins, Della Crosby, Susan Cury, Pauline Darling, Bonnie
Jurgenson, Flora Howard, Margaret Hughes, Grace Koerner, Mary Ann Lewis,
Audery McKay, Betty McKee, Patricia McNeal, Evangeline Millar, Alice
IVIitcheI, John Morrison, Joseph Nieto, NIargene Niver, Patty Scott, Geraldine
Smith, Jeanette Thomas.
Officials and Coaches Club
MISS HELEN CLARK
The Officials and Coaches Club, under the supervision of
Miss Helen Clark, has umpired and coached the after school
Beverly Baynes, Barbara Beck, Barbara Borton, Carmen Christanson,
ledilyn Dennis, Frances Denos, Sheila Fitzpatrick, Dorothy Hanson, Beth
Kimberly, Noreen McNeiII, Opal IVIarkham, Marian Moss, Evelyn Normington,
Juanita Raley, Willa Rundberg, Olive Ryan, Luana Salgado, Kathleen Sauls,
Helen Smith, Kathleen Smith, Myra Smith, Carol Stearns, Annabeth Tiffany,
Peggy Wheeler, Rise Wick.
Bonita Bailey, Marthalee Barnes, Emma Bill, Barbara Campbell, Dixie Jean
Coco, Hope Hribal, Mildred Hughes, Myrtle Hughes, Lucille Jackson, Margaret
Krieser, Pauline Lompe, Patricia MacDonald, Margaret Malaby, Virginia
Marcus, Delores Parker, Laura Pauli, Clarissa VVelch, Coleen Wilson.
Student Body Store
MRS. RUTH B. BURLINGAME
Suzanne Baynlwam, Barbara Beck, Patricia Berry, Norma Ann Blattman,
Lee Ellen Brattain, Anna Bulleit, Barbara Campbell, Betty Jean Coco,
Bonnie Mae Davis, Madeline Dennis, Robert DeYoung, Edward Fox, Bill
Hughes, Edward Hyatt, Albert Marcoux, Dewey Martin, Audrey McKay,
Mildred Neil, Marriett Porter, Mary Riley, Wanda Roberts, Geraldine Smith,
Georgia Tallefson, Ann Paul.
DAN ANGELL .
DEAN De GRAFFENRIED
BILL P. SMITH
The safety department this semester has been commended
very highly for its eHiciency and ability to handle its work
satisfactory. The department has been increased in number by
the addition of twenty-five boy representatives. A record fire
drill was made on March 20, when the building was vacated
in thirty-nine seconds. For the first time in the history of the
safety department they had an enjoyable picnic on June 8.
Dan Angell, Orvil Ackland, Gene Barsdale, Dick Bennard, Franklin
Beckman, Bill Benner, Dean Berry, Richard Bloom,w Don Blurton, Ross
Bigelow, Robert Brooks, Chrles Burroughs, Don Churchill, Thomas Clark,
Frank Cooper, Delbert Conover, Robert Corbet, Jerry Cohen, Tommy Dahl,
Dean De Graffenried, Homer Evans, Clyde English, John Farrell, Albert Fish,
Bill Goldberger, Carl Goodman, James Gray, Bob Harpin, Dean Hayes,
Clifford Haydon, Frank Heinz, Lee Horowitt, Jim Hutchines, Edward Hyatt,
Gerald Jompolsky, Bob Kiefer, Frank King, Norman Lay, Arvel Mattson,
Johnny Martin, Cameron Maycock, Owen Miller, Clarence Mulvey, Bert
Oakland, Fred Oldham, John Orvid, Neal Pettygrove, Ward Shonnon, Bill
Short, Bill P. Smith, Stanley Smith, Jimmy Smith, William Smith, Bill Sproul,
Bob Stanick, Bruce Stoddard, Henry Tanaka, Jerry Thorpe, Jack Rink, Bob
Ross, Austin Vineyard, William Walters, Vernon Walker, Paul Watson, Dick
Watson, Bud Warren. Dale Westenburger, Bob Weild, Bill Williams, Lowell
Young, Gerald Zwetzig, Harry Woody, Robert Ender.
We of the Almanac Staff sincerely hope that the students of
Franklin will enjoy this issue. A creditable effort has been
made to satisfy the demands for a better Almanac. The fol-
lowing are members of the staff: Lee Michel, Editor-in-chief;
Bill P. Smith, Sales Manager; Patty Scott, Art; Jean Davis,
Jean Duncan, Esther Ottelle, Calendar Committee. Credit goes
to the Junior Civic League for collection of material; Con-
stance Carlson, Patsy Weeks, Betty Jean Cole, Harold Little-
field, Geraldine Smith, Marjorie Lund, Anna Bulleit, Peggy
Longstreth, Marilyn Casper, Theressa Hood, Audrey McKay
and Charles Vorck for typing.
Text Books and Supplies
Jack BuIen, Tony Nieto, Jerry O'Quin, Hoyt Schoonover, Paul Watson,
Thomas Wood. I
LAURA PAULL .
NORMA ANN BLATTMAN
One SemestereMarjOrie Bedford, Frances Bryson, Valeria Dell'Aringa,
Albert Gradolf, Mildred Neil, Peggy Wheeler, Shirley Wilson.
Two SemesterSeNorman Ann Blattman, Robert Corbet, Leota Milar.
Four Semesters--Laura Paull.
Five SemesterSeMinchen Doweling.
Six SemesterSeMuriel Louise Elcock.
Honor Health Club
PEGGY WHEELER and
MRS. HESS, MISS CLARK, MISS VEDDER, Sponsors
.Sergeant at Arms
The Honor Health Club took as its project this semester, the
beautification of our patio. The club has seen its first additions
of tables, benches and umbrellas installed and used. These have
added to the attractiveness of our lovely patio and fireplace.
The Honor Health Club hopes everyone in the Student Body
is enjoying the patio more as a result of the clubs work.
Eunice Ackley, B3tty Lee Adams, Betty Albright, Jolly Ann Barcus, Esther
Bassett, Beverly Baynes, Barbara Beck, Grace Beck, La Verne Beck, Rosalie
Beckman, Shirley Berrey, Jayma Bess, Pauline Blackhard Norma Blattman,
B tty Booth, Barbara Brawner, Clara Brawner, Lee Ellen Brattain Alberta
Cuffey, Constance Carlson, Betty Mae Carter, Virginia Casey, Grace Cerullo,
Marguerite Chalker, Mary Clevenger, Betty Jeanne Cole, Katherine Conner,
Marie Constanzo, Beryle Cox, Loa Curtis, Sharon Davies, Bonnie Mae Davis,
Barbara Dean, Madelyn Dennis, Frances Denos, Rosemary Doermann, Patsy
Dorman, Minchen Doweling, Jean Duncan, Barbara Dushane, Millicent
Edmundson, Muriel Elcock, Doris Elward, Sheila Fitzpatrick, Esthe Freemeyer,
Jeraldine Freerneyer, Elizabeth Fremming, Elvira Garcra, June Gates, Colleen
Gohner, Frances Griffin, Barbara Guinn, Maxine Haggerty, Barbara Hamilton,
Dorothy Hanson, Mildred Hawkins, Betty Hicks, Dolores Hinckley, June Hoge,
Margaret Hohske. Marguerite Horn, June Houston, Norma Houston, Betty
Hudson, Myrtle Hughes, Lucille Jackson, Betty Lou Jenkins, Bonnie Jur-
genson, Virginia Kelleher, Ellen Kendig, Beth Kimberley, Loraine Kraber,
Barbara Jean Lesh, Miriam Levich, Harriet Lewis, Pauline Lompe, Marjorie
Lund, Patty Jo Mahannah, Margaret Malaby, Audrey McKay, Peggy Mid-
dough, Emma Jean Migabra, Justine Moore, Marion Moss, Mildred Neil, Alice
Nelson, Nlarilyn Nevies, Rossina Newton. Nola Nielson, Emma Lou Osmon,
Betty J0 Patterson, Laura Paull, Doris Peterson, Peggy Pinder, Barbara
Polhill, Harriet Porter, Barbara Putnam, Florence Reese, Marilyn Rich, Marie
Richards, Mary Riley. Melba Rotramel, Kathleen Sauls, Bethal Schmidt, Patty
Scott, Marguerite Secord, Arlene Smith, Barbara Smith, Geraldine Smith,
Helen Smith, Kathleen Smith, Carol Stearns, Helen Stolman, Virginia Sykes,
Anna Tanaka, Virginia Thompson, Margaret Tilton, Candas Waldron, Geraldine
Walker, Clarissa Welsh, Isabel Whitlock, Coleen Wilson, Christine Zotalis.
Franklin Junior High Speakers' Bureau
Ross Bigelow, Bill Blount, Betty Booth, Norman Culver, Bob Curran, Jean
Davis, Minchen Doweiing, Jean Duncan, Muriel Elcock, Betty Frances Goosen,
Jim Hartwig, Richard Howell, Lee Michel, Esther Ottele, Laura Paull, Myron
Peck, Wanda Roberts Olive Ryan, Patty Scott, Marguerite Secord, Bill P.
Smith, Bill R. Smith, Myra Smith, Candas Waldron, Thomas Wood.
Woodshop Service Group
MR. BERNARD TUCK .
Barton Barnes. Bob Bright, Maynard Dailey, James Foxen, Dick Gossett,
Keith Hammer, David Jones, Allan Lowe, Neal Pettygrove, Peter Poulos,
Gordon Roemer, Howard Ross, Don Stewart, James Smith.
MRS. PRICE, Vice-Principal
First Period-Bill Potter, Ruth Chilen.
Second Periodelona Guinn, Lee Ellen Brattain.
Third PeriodeJimmy DeVVitt, Jayma Bess.
Sixth PeriodeFay Taylor, Evelyn Craig.
Seventh Period-Jacquelyn Hoffman, Doris Jordan.
MR. DEAVER . . . . . . Sponsor
The Color Guard has had thirteen members this semester, all
of whom are Boy Scouts. At the beginning of every assembly
these Scouts have presented the colors. They trade off so that
every member will participate in at least one assembly. The
members are Captain Arthur Long, Assistant Captain Dan
Angell, Bill Benner, Bill Sproul, Bill Goldberger, Franklin
Beckman, Dale Westenberger, Norman Lay, Gerald Crain,
Dean Berry, Jerry Cohen, Richard Polhill, Jimmie Smith.
MR. BUCHANAN . . . . . Sponsor
The Stage Crew has been sincerely appreciated this semester
by the entire school because of their excellent cooperation. They
have been taken out of many classes because of the numerous
assemblies we have had yet by working hard they kept up
their grades in the class-rooms. Members are Stage Manager,
Stanley Tout; Assistant Manager, William Frady, . Dewey
Martin, George Gillyat; Electricians, Keith Hammer,' Robert
Saunders; Alternates, Leon Lankford, Lionel White.
Lost and round
MISS LUCILE HAGER . . . . Sponsor
Jean Walters, Anna Bulleit, Patty Scott, Candas Waldron.
Electric Service Group
MR. BUCHANAN . . . . .
Richard Becker, Bob Edwards, Bill Frady, George Gillyat, Keith Hammer,
Clayborne Harmon, Dan Ingve, Ross La Porte, Tom Llewellyn, Dewey Martin,
Don Mills, Jack Rush, Bob Saunders, James Smith, Stanley Tout, Tony
Vondcrbcck, Bob Wild.
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LA VERNE BECK
MYRA SMITH .
IRMEL o. WHITNACK
The Senior Orchestra is one of the most active organizations
in school as it has represented Franklin in many of the civic
affairs of Long Beach. Franklin attracted the attention of
Southern California Music Officials by winning so many high
ratings for the soloists entered at Pasadena. Besides those
outside activities there was the splendid Spring Concert in
which Mrs. Whitnack so ably conducted the Senior Orchestra
to higher levels of musicianship and music appreciation.
FIRST SEMESTER: Alice Connolly, Carlotta Kelly, Patricia Page, Merle
SECOND SEMESTER: Mary Frances Argeson, 96Velma Bradford, AGRobert
Corbet, Ralph DeGraffenreid, Valeria DellTAringa, James DeWitt, Rosemary
Doermann, Dorothy Edwards, asjohn Farrell, Gloria Gruenewald, Josephine
Hay, Pedro Lardizabal, $6Eleanor McGowan, Marian Parker, $6Doris Ann
Peterson, Virginia Plunkett, a6Robert Ruethain, e6Stuart Sittig, Bruce Stoddard,
a6Edna May Trostler, aeLouis Williams.
THIRD SEMESTER: +9Dean DeGraffenreid, 9eJacqueline Drake, 96Robert
Goldberger, Tordis Haga, James Herley, Betty Lou Jenkins, Allen Mosteller,
flack Olson, Gilbert Reese, Bayshie Rosenberg, Melba Rotramel, John Snider.
FOURTH SEMESTER: Lillian Beattie, William Gearhart, Frances Griffm,
Ruth Harrin, Hacqueline Hoffman, Florence Humphrey, Jean Barbara Lesh,
Jacqueline McLean, Marion Maspero, Nancy Merritt, Barbara Louise Putnam,
Willa Runbert, Virgil Sewell, Truie Sittig, Helen Smith, Gard Tesch.
FIFTH SEMESTER: Lee Cobler, asDixie Jean Coco, Gerald Jampolsky,
Barbara Pascoe, i'Olive Ryan, a6Daniel Sturkie.
SIXTH SEMESTER: Esther Bassett, Dorothy Ruth Bates, La Verne Beck,
Richard Bernard, Charles Burroughs, Patricia Kelly, Opal Markham, Charles
Leroy Michel, Helen Louise Pulley, Howard Ross, William Short, Myra Smith,
1Telndicates lst Semester.
Sergeant at Arms
Sergeant at Arms
Sergeant at Arms
IRMEL O. WHITNACK
In the minds of those who are closely associated with the
orchestras, there is a doubt whether or not the Junior Orchestra
receives due credit. The reason for such a doubt is easy to see
when we realize that although the Junior Orchestra makes
fewer appearances than the Senior Orchestra, it affords an
opportunity for the musicians to prepare themselves for Senior
Orchesetra. It gives them needed experience and confidence to
become efhcient in the advanced work in Senior Orchestra.
ONE SEMESTER: Robert Barrett, Jack Blackman, Eloise Burke, Alberta
Coffey, Carolyn Daniels, Barbara Ann Dean, Margery Flinn, Elaine Fuston,
Partricia Green, Lee Horrowitt, Martha Houpt, Geraldine Hoy, Shirley Jean
Lauri, Jean Lohmuller, Marilyn McClure, Mariel Mosteller, Helen Roy,
William Small, Le Ora Smith, Virginia Smith.
SECOND SEMESTER: Rosalie Ann Beckman, Ann Chedister, Josephine
Costosa, Nancy Grandfield, Leona Murray, Ralph Owens, Audrey Raab,
Frances Sammons. Betty Schuck, Kathryn Smith, Raymond Todd, Billie Joye
THIRD SEMESTER: Grace Cerullo, Marilyn Chudnow, Donald Foster,
Jack Gustavson, Jacqueline Saunders.
FOURTH SEMESTER: Orvil Akland.
FIFTH SEMESTER: Willam Sproul.
SIXTH SEMESTER: Harlee Hamilton.
Boys' Glee Club
MRS. RUTH THAYER
MRS. IRMEL WHITNACK
Any boy in Franklin is eligible for entrance into the Boys,
Glee Club. An applicant, in addition to having a satisfactory
voice, must have good citizenship in other classes. The Glee
Club has four sections, two for unchanged voices and two for
We are proud of our Franklin Boys, Glee Club and believe
it is on its way to become the finest BoysT Glee Club in
ONE SEMESTER: Howard Akin, Edwin. Bauer, Howard Blevins, Robert
Brooks, Clifford Brown, Tom Cady, Jimmie Lee Davidson, Donald Downer,
Jack Fasmire, Edward Fox, W'ilmont Hunter, Edward Logan, Dick Michel,
Lee Michel, Charles Milar, Dee Jay Nielsen, Richard Polhill, Lloyd Probst,
Malcolm Richards, Leo Soovajian, Ward Shannon, Norman Trojan, Austin
TWO SEMESTERS: Franklin Beckman, Richard Clayton, Bill Conner,
Donald Coombes, Reed Jackson, George Tawerence, Tony Nieto, Ross Crain,
?obeit Ijarpin, Richard Heal, Richard Howell, Myron Peck, Bill Williams,
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THREE SENIESTERS: Willis Clark, Gerald Crain, Edward Mee.
FOUR SEMESTERS: Norman Culver, Bob Head, Jesse Holton, Bill P.
Smith, Jimmie Smith, Jack Taylor.
FIVE SEMESTERS: Robert Ross, Bill R. Smith, Loren Williams.
SIX SEMESTERS: James Gray, Robert Matheny.
Senior Girls' Glee Club
MRS. RUTH THAYER
MRS. IRMEL WHITNACK
During this semester the Senior Girls Glee Club has made
three public appearances. The first performance was presented
in our own school auditorium for the Parent-Teachers Associa-
tion. Three very delightful numbers were given. The second
program, given for the Moore Memorial Church was much
appreciated by its members. The numbers sung were as follows:
hThe Little Dustman" by Brahms, "Dedication" by Franz, ttAn
English Garden,n and ttI Love Lifeh by Mawua-Zucca. These
numbers were repeated for the program at the Municipal Audi-
torium during Public Schools Week. Mrs. Whitnack has been
throughout the semester, our very willing and gracious accom-
ONE SENIESTER: Corinne Parr.
TWO SEMESTERS: Grace Beck, Betty Booth, Barbara Bruingten, Evelyn
Craig, Ethell Edell, Nola Nielsen, Doris Van Every.
THREE SEMESTERS: Margery Amstutz, Suzanne Baynham, Barbara
Beck, Pauline Blackard. Barbara Borton, Lee Ellen Brattain, Bernice Chambers,
Joan Clevenger, Geraldine Crain, Dorothy Gordon, Iona Guinn, Betty Hail,
Gloria Jean Handy, Dorothy Hanson, Norma Henderson, Betty Hudson,
Mildred Hughest Noreen McNeice, Evelyn Normington, Betty Jo Patterson,
Laura Jeanne Paull, Arline Potmesil, Isabel Richards, June Rogers, Luana
Salgado, Helen Stohlman, Anna Tanaka, Fay Taylor, Janet Thibodeau,
gle'ixgia Tollefson, Jeanne Ulrich, Phyllis Verbryck, Jean Walters, Shirley
FOUR SEMESTERS: Gladys Akland, Marilyn Casper, Jean Davis, Muriel
Elcock, IWarion Martin, Barbara Polhill, Kathleen Sauls, Marguerite Secord,
Maribel Synold, Barbara Thompson, Joan Timblin, Betty Waite, Peggy
Wheeler, Marty Martint '
FIVE SEMESTERS: Constance Carlson.
SIX SEMESTERS: Betty Jean Colt, Stella Edwards, Eleanor Peterson.
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Girls' Physical Education
This semester the girls have had an after school play-
ground, twelve different kinds of games. The most
popular games were paddle tennis, shuHieboard, deck
tennis, and tether ball.
We have found that with twelve games, more girls
come out to playground thanlif there is just one game.
The second nine weeks we had baseball and we had a
few of the paddle tennis courts, deck tennis, shuHieboard,
and other balls in use so if some of the girls wanted to
earn their playground points and did not like baseball
they could play one of the other four games.
200 POINTS: Darlene Benson, Emma Bill, Barbara Bruing-
ton, Marilyn Chudnow, Rosemary Doermann, Ethel Edell, Dol-
lie Ellsworth, Gloria Gruenwald, Alice Hewlett, Betty Hicks,
Harriett Holmes, Faye Lewis, Norma McGaughy, Margarite
McIntyre, Alice 'Michell, Marilyn Nevius, Theressa Quinn,
Margaret Robertson, Maribel Synold, Edda Trostler.
300 POINTS: Eunice Ackley, Josephine Angelo, Suzanne
Baynham, Gloria Beaumont, Jayma Bess, Velma Bradford,
Barbara Campbell, Marilyn Casper, Geraldine Choate, Tordis
Haga, Carmen Hamilton,, Betty Holland, Jane Jones, Opal
Markham, Alice Nelson, Dolores Parker, Helen Pulley, Kathryn
Smith, Rose Wick.
400 POINTS: Margery Amstutz, Gladys Akland, Jolly Ann
Barcus, Bonnie Mae Davis, Jean Duncan, Frances GriHin,
Margaret Hughes, Harriett Holmes, Betty Lou Jenkins, Patty
LeRitz, Peggy Middough, Corrinne Parr, Annabeth Tiffany.
500 POINTS: Eunice Ackley, Barbara Beck, Marthalee
Barnes, Helen Choate, Carmen Christensen, Frances Denos,
Coleen Gohner, Kathryn Graham, Barbare Guinn, Dorothy
Hanson, June Hoge, Dorotha Humphry, Beverly Keidel, Bar-
bara Lesh, Justine Moore, Emma Lou Osmon, Peggy Pinder,
Barbara Polhill, Willa Rundberg, Kathleen Smith, Betty
Thomas, Margaret Tilton, Joanne Ullrich, Candas Waldon,
Betty Jane Warren, Florence Wells, Rose Wick.
600 POINTS: Betty Albright, Chirley Berry, Barbara Bor-
ton, Sharon Davis, Clarice De Blane, Minchen Doweling, Hope
Hribal, Ellen Kendig, Neta Ketchersid, Pat McDonald, Jackie
McLean, Noreen McNiece, Margaret Malaby, Dolores Parker,
Bethal Smith, Georgia Mary Smith, Geraldine Smith, Anna
Tanaka, Geraldine Walker, Coleen Wilson.
700 POINTS: Bonita Bailey, Loa Curtis, Barbarai Ann Dean,
Hope Hribal, Margaret Kohnke, Wanda Roberts, Peggy
800 POINTS: Eugenia Baldwin, Marguerite Horn, Virginia
Kelleher, Margaret Krieser, Marion Moss.
900 POINTS: Beverly Baynes, Rose Cortese, Betty Booth,
Myrtle Hughes, Beth Kimberley, Pauline Lompe, Mary Martin,
Evelyn Normington, Emma Lou Osmon, Olive Ryan, Kathleen
Sauls, Myra Smith.
1000 POINTS: Dixie Coco, Sheila Fitzpatrick, Patsy Joyce,
Laura Paull, Luana Salgado, Carol Stearns.
Physical Education Management
HARLEY HAMILTON . . . . . thce
ROBERT STANICK Ball Room
HERBERT COOK Towel Room
ROBERT SAUNDERS Head Referee
RICHARD HOWELL Head Scorekeeper
WILLIAM BLOUNT Assistant Commissioner
A-eBill R. Smith, Captain; Myron Peck, Clarence Mulvey, Ross Crain,
Bill Wyper, Lee NIichel.
BAHDick Clayton, Captain; Maynard Bailey, Ralph Mastic, Bill Brandom,
Jerry Thorp, Don Mitten, Bob Gnllehue.
AeDon Whitmyre, Captain; Gard Tesch, Dick Gossett, Daniel Sturkie,
Tom Grant, Jimmie Freeland, Billy McLean.
BeBruce Dailcy, Captain; Albert Fish, Buddy Williams, Gerald Jampolsky,
Floyd Blizard, Chester Butters.
Ce-James Smith, Captain; Bob Leslie, Harrison Vilain, John Cockirel, Bruce
Ciffnn, Charles Simmons, Kenneth Saxer.
The following boys earned enough points this semester to
Maynard Dailey, Bruce Dailey, Albert Marcoux, Bob Curran, Jerry Thorpe,
L on Lankford received a letter and also :1 star. These boys received a letter: .
Floyd Blizzlrd, James Smith, Donald NIinton, Bill Sherwood, Joe Logan,
Lee IVIichel, Stanley Smith, Norman Culver, Bob Hallier, Jimmie Smith,
Buddy Williams, Bob Leslie, Don Mills, Duke Powell. Gard Tesch, Dick
Gosselt, Thomas Grant, Albert Fish, Frank Heinz, Harry Woody, Bill Blount,
Clarence Mulvey, William Frady earned their letters by special grant.
Squad Leaders and Class Commanders
. Robert Brownell, C. C.; Robert Ashley, Glenn Lewis, Ward Shanon,
. Paul Brakemzm, George Gillyatt, C. C.; Leroy Gunn, Orvil Aklund.
. Richard Ottele, Larry Reed, Johnny Martin, Don Churchill, Ralph
DeGraffenreid, Robert Robbins, Louis Williams, Pat Siples, Bill
Wheeler, C. C.
Squad Leaders and Class Commanders
.Harry Woody, C. C.; Dewey Martin, Bruce Dailey, George Orr,
Donald Kollanse, Norman3Lay.
. Norman Culver, C. C.; William Wyper, Ross Crain, Stanley Smith,
Ernest Barre, Bob Harpin; George Speers, Myron Peck, Lee Michel.
.Jack Rush, C. C.; James... Smith, Jack Rush, Arthur Arnold, Jimmie
Smith, Bob Kiefer. .
.Tom Grant, C. C.; John: Snider, Keith Hammer, Lloyd Probst, Jim
Freeland, Daniel Sturkie; Bill Dentan, Jack De Rosa.
. Edward Markham, C. :C.; Lloyd Berry, Clayborne Harman,' Bud
Warren, Loren Williams; Bill Good, Dean Hayes, Ralph Lewis.
Squad Leaders and Class Commanders
. Howard Hall, C. C.; Bert Oakden, Clyde English, Gene Barksdale.
0. Archie Elliot, C. C.; Bob Aiken, Howad Janssen, Don Nightingale.
. Leland Zimmerman, C. C.; Bill Sherwood, Dwight Garner, Floyd
Blizard, Erwin Muckler. ,'
. Jerry Thorpe, C. C.; Dick Clayton, Billy Bramdon, Charles Milar,
Burton Barns, Jack Emery.
'. Tom Cady, C. C.; Edwin Bauer, Phil Tennyson, Stanley Parker,
Larry Wynn, Victor Payne, Leon Lankford.
. Tom Riley, C. C.; Franklin Beckman, Keith Deeds, Jack Dusck,
Bobby Stanick, Arthur Grandficld.
Baseball Championship Teams
A-Robert Curran, Captain; Hurry Woody, Robert Leslie, Howard Jennisen,
Donald Jones, Donald Mills, Russ Robinson, Bruce Dailcy, Edwin Bonilla,
Bthloyd Blizard, Captain; Ted Curran, Gerald Zwetzig, Buddy Williams,
Kenneth Sipple, Gerald Jampoisky, Jack Berry, Manuel Grose, Gene Barksdale,
CeRobert Barrett, Captain; Glenn Barnesy Glenn Nuis, Charles Pike, John
Cockriel, Richard Saunders, Kenny Saxor, Charles Turner, Wallace Betts,
Nelson Lishmzm. .
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School started on January 30, 1939, with many a loud,groan
from the Student Body.
On February 6, 1939, the first Scholarship Meeting of the
year was held in Room 212. Marguerite Secord, the new
With quivering knees and palpatating hearts, the new Junior
Civic League appeared before the Student Body and presented
their plans for the semester, in the Installation Assembly on
February 7, 1939.
On February 10, 1939, a very touching assembly was held in
commemoration of Abraham Lincoln. Teachers and some stu-
dents unashamedly wept.
On February 16, the first Cabinet meeting of the semester
was held in Room 122. Our newly-elected President, Bill R.
Smith, presided in a very dignified fashion.
February 21 and 22. ffThe Devills Stone? An amusing, but
terrifying mystery play was presented by Miss Walkerls speech
In case you are still wondering what happened to the
dignified girls on this date tFebruary 2+, 1939ieit was the
initiation of the new members of the Officials and Coaches Club.
On February 27, 1939, three of our most brilliant students
won high honors in the Americanism Essay contest. They were
Laura Paull, Albert Fish and Donald Fellows.
On March 2, 1939, an interesting and educational motion
picture, ffBoulder Dam? was shown to the Student Body.
A J.C.L. Representative Meeting was held in Room 122, on
March 9, 1939. Heated discussion was carried on about the
current affairs of our school.
On March 10, 1939, Mr. Dick Moores, a commercial cartoon-
ist, appeared at Franklin Hall and gave an interesting talk on
the life of a cartoonist. He also sketched his comic strip for our
Our healthy girls attended their first Honor Health Club
Meeting on March 13, 1939. There are whispered rumors that
they plan to furnish our patio.
We were thrilled beyond words todayeMarch 17, 1939. We
used our new movie equipment for the first time. The picture
was uThe History of the Motion Pictures? showing all the
movies from the ffPlease remove your hatll days up to the
Mr..Walton delivered a lecture on March 4, 1939, called
"Smolung, a Bad Habit." He illustrated his lecture by several
nThe Ramparts We Watchfl Mr. Corey, head of the Board
of Public Relations of the California State Teachers Associa-
tion, delivered a challenging lecture on patriotism. The Scholar-
Sl'llp Society sponsored this assembly, March 2+, 1939.
On March 28 and 29, 1939, a hilarious comedy, ffElmer," was
presented by Miss Walker, Inc.
April 3, 1939, Easter Vacation tsigh of relaxation in behalf
of the Student Bodyi. Saved by a weekls vacation, just before
we all had nervous breakdowns.
Miss Fullwood gave a fascinating talk on her trip to England
and Scotland at the Scholarship Meeting, April 11, 1939.
Qn the same day, for once seriously thinking, the 9Ays can't
tlectde what should be their major in their next school. Shall
it be Phys: Ed. or ditching? Dr. Adams talked to future
Poly1tes whlle Mr. Mangold spoke to prospective VVilsonites.
Franklin art students score again! The Junior Chamber of
Commerce gave certificates of Merit to the winning safety
poster Art students, on April 14, 1939.
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Sunday afternoon, April 15, 1939, Miss Burns and her ffPer-
feet Tributely cast presented a very impressive program before
the Lincoln Club.
The poverty of the victims of the Mississippi Riverls floods
was clearly shown to the Student Body in the motion picture,
HThe River? presented on April 20, 1939.
Back to School Night, April 25, 1939. Poppa, Mamma, and
teacher conversed in low tones. Next morning, the result of that
Welre proud, pleased, and puffed with pride. over our new
patio furnishings, April 25, 1939. Thank you, Honor Health
Brawny muscles, broad shoulders, and a deep, pleasant voice.
The Physical Education Department sponsored an assembly on
May 1, 1939. Captain Roy Miller was the honored speaker. We
hope the girls worft take any unnecessary chances while in
The musical members of the Achievement Society gave an
interesting program for the organization on the third day
Flashes of color, Spangled costumes, and dancing feet, marked
the date of our Mexican FiestaeffEl ,Cinco de Mayou ffifth
day of Mayi.
What H0! Who goes there? We hear the rustle of skirts
and slow measured steps keeping time to the music. We see a
train of beautiful girls, parading up the aisle. Trumpeters
announce the royal party and a lovely girl is crowned our
Queen. Youlve already guessed it; this brilliant pagentry
occured May 10, 1939, at our May Fete.
fth! Mrs. Townsend? Where have I heard that before?
Oh yes, it was a comedy given by Miss Walkerls speech classes
on May 23 and 24, 1939.
Franklinls Art Department was very proud of Wanda
Roberts. Her poster, nStopeSave a Life," was exhibited on all
Lang Busses on March 23, 1939. How some of us students envy
these talented art people; they are always in the spotlight.
We were honored on May 26, 1939, for it was perhaps the
biggest day in the year for Franklin Junior High School. In
a beautiful ceremony, the Womenls Auxiliary of the Foreign
Legion presented the American Hag to our school; and at the
same assembly a new banner was given as a gift to Franklin
from the Parent-Teachers Association.
They came and got it on May 25, 1939. All the Official and
Coach Club members got ham and eggSeif they got up 1n
time for the breakfast they had in the patio.
Scholarship Society held their semester Banquet, May 26,
1939, at the Robinson Hotel. Because of the food and program
we all feel that this was the best Scholarship Banquet ever held.
Depression is still with us. This time, we catch a glimpse of
it at Franklin, June 1, 1939. It is the Achievement Socxetyls
Hard Time Party.
Fun was had by all on June 2, 1939-Franklinls first Fathersy
and Sons' Banquet. Reason? Why it was the first real VlSlt the
boys and dads had had for a long time.
I couldn't think of anything for the Nomination Assembly.
On June 15, 1939, the P.-T. A. gave the departing 9Als a
lovely party at Franklin School. With stiHed sobs for is to
crys 0f joyM the graduates turned their backs on the school,
never again to be called Franklinites.
Hurray! !! June 15 is the last day of school. We thought we
were happy, but look at the teachers!
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Junior Girls' Glee
CAROL STEARNS .
MARGUERITE HORN .
PATTY JO MAHANNAH
ROSE WICK .
HELEN CHOATE and
ELIZABETH ROBERTS . .
MRS. RUTH WHITSEL THAYER
MRS. LOUISE ELCOCK
The Junior Girlsi Glee was organized to help prepare girls
for Senior Glee. This is not the only service it gives, for the
girls take part in many programs. To be taken into Junior Glee
one must have a good voice, good citizenship, and a high stand-
ing in scholarship in other classes. Usually a girl is admitted
into Senior Glee after two semesters in Junior Glee. However,
if a student has done outstanding work and is needed in Senior
Glee she is admitted after one semester.
Membership One Semester
Betty Adams, Betty Albright, Jolly Ann Barcus, Betty Ann Baty, Catherine
Connor, Loa Curtis. Sharon Davies, Betty Dillingno, Wilma Dillon, Jean
Duncan, Beatrice Foster, Elizabeth Fremming, Patricit Graham, Barbara
Guinn, Nadine Hascom, Beverly Harper, Dolores Hinckley, Betty Jean Holland,
Marguerite Horn, Hope Hribal, Beulah Hudgins, Norma Houston, Grace
Koerner, Margaret Kohnke, Miram Levich, Patty Jo Mahanna, Margaret
Malaby, Irene Martin, Lois McCuller, Emma McGaha, Margaret McIntire,
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Peggy Middough, Marilyn Nevius, Dolores Parker, Theresa Quinn,
Rich, Marie Richards, Esther Thomson, Annabeth Tiffany,
Coleen Wilson, Mary McCoy.
Membership Two Semesters
Helen Choute, Carmen Christensen Cole Roberta, Doris Craddock Pat
Dorman,Barba1a Herman Vena May Herrick, Elberta Kathy, Patricia Leritz,
Norma McGaughy, Mila Marie Phillips, Peggy Finder, Elizabeth Robertson,
Carol Stearns, Joyce Taylor, Rose Wick, Stella Woody.
il'ranklin Concert Band
DONALD CHURCHILL .
BURTON McCOMBS . . .
COLEMAN MORRISON . .
WILLIAM BENNER .
JANE BULLINGTQN .
IRMEL O. WHITNACK
This semester :1 new organization, the Franklin Concert Band
was organized. The Band took part in the Spring Concert and
brought credit to the music department of Franklin. We feel
sure that the band, as it grows, will be an. attraction as well as
an asset to the Franklin Junior High School.
ONE SEMESTER: Lou Jeanne Barlow, Sanuel Chianis, Larry Duckworth.
Robert Endter, Patricia Henley, Robert Kortlang, Burton McCombs Richard
Marcum, John Martin, Coleman Morrison, Douglas Ruth, Russel Schonberg,
Pat Siples, Benjamin Viall.
SECOND SEMESTER: William Benner, Jane Bullington, Donald Churchill,
James Hutchings, Larry Reed, Fredric Schmidt, James Watters.
THIRD SEMESTER: Theonore Petzold, James Smith, Isabel Whitlock.
Sergeant at Arms
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