Garfield High School - Arrow Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1934

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Zingew Aera f 1 1 1 5 3 I C.sllllXl.7All LZll4if.5A1iLlj0l4f l'l"ZillZ7!C Clfl 45-Zllil:'CJ I 6'C40lfLlfL 6Z R x .7l1mz,1z,fwfzm clan 5640 fdiiif Cgmzm ylfttti0ZA g0!7A,0l4fL0'C6.4 CQC6.4Al4fL6ll l 7135 gfgfjff yfitv W1 M if-3 9 1 -jf ' N xi 5fYYVg'j'a'2 H Qflffapdumi, fp ibm! Qycwcjc Mlvcfct 1'f'liflEJfT6z-fiofl Mr. flunselmrm Mr. Porler E, E, Hanselnmn. lYIC0'PI'fHl'ffI11f The guiding hands of capable and experienced leaders are of pri- mary importance wherever nearly two thouiand people are closely associated for a united cause. Garfield is fortunate to have the type of progressive leadership which is shown by Mr. Porter and Mr. Hansel- man. As heads of this educational institution their greatest concern is for the proper training of each and every student enrolled. Besides this fundamental activity, probably their most important work is the perf sonal conferences with both students and their parents regarding their present Work and problems, and their future plans. They assist in every way possible the extra-curricular activities which help round out the school program. and successfully cope with the trying problems arising from a large student body. Mr. Porter, as principal, has the tremendous responsibility of super- vising the schools finances. The stamp plan, which Mr, Porter introf duced not only to Garfield but to the Pacific Coast, is largely responsible for making Garfield the only school in Washington to continue its activities in full during the past few years. The vice-principals work is concerned largely with the disciplinary problems arising from vari- matters in a fair and impartial manner which everyone truly respects. ous irregularities. Mr. Hanselman handles these The Main Office Garfield is extremely fortunate in having an office which comes very near to the ideal of smooth and efficient service to students and teach- ers, and cooperation with the school's executives. Miss Hyde and Miss Moody are aided in their work by several stu- dents who take advantage of the opportunity of serving the school and gaining experience in clerical work, All students are recorded in the files, together with accurate information as to their grades, classes, credits, and demerits. Excuses and early dismissals are granted through the office, and a close check is kept on attendance. The school telephone exchange system is a valuable time saver and is operated efficiently from the office switchboard. Another means of communication is through the miniature post office where teachers receive personal mail, and slips and notices referring to school work. Bulletins containing information which must be brought to the students' attention are com- piled daily, and mimeographed copies are sent to the roll rooms. Lists of the absentees are distrib- uted in similar fashion. Money from all school activities is checked in here. Several drawers also serve as a clearing house for lost and found articles. Miss Hyde Truly the office is the nucleus of the school around which all activities revolve. Miss Moody. clerks 24602575166 clcnli E. XV. ANDIRSON- Wfvrlll llmlorgf: Cvzrlx' f'Iulv nhl- Lwsvr: Funfml lJz'r'u:'!nr. KIRK ISAXTIER--Efononvrrs: Unifml Slalcs Hlsloru. Huqx' l'hg1s1c'al lfmlumtlon: Fxrst Tuum Basclmll. Frmh- mlm Fuolhull. lfrn-xhmun, Srvphun7orc Buskclbull Courh. IIIZRMINFX BIBN -Pmn-r Dvsrgn: Inu-nor IDI-mmnng: Imllvrlng llusum: fmlumv ljuvgnf rIJr.'rsvr Staqc Urxzgn. IMMA BIRD JH-nnmnshlp and Spfxllmg: Jumur Busrnrss lrumrmz. Jumor Class Advisor. MAE BI.OSSf'Jzmiur Ruslnvss Tralnmgl: Convnwrrlal English: Typing. HOXVARD NI. BRIFR7Public Spcuklng: Ncxrs IVrlIz'ng I. ll: Mvssvngvr I-'Iclursr-r. LFON H, BRIGIIFXIVI--Llnllr-11 Slut:-s Hlsloryi Fmxlbally Bumlwlhull: lmfk Cuafh. AINIY HROXVN - Ari: Postcr Dvxlgn: flrrous. CATHERINE BUCkKI,IfY--fxilgvbrui Sophomorv Class Adulscr. JEAN BURNSiCloth1'ng: Coslumc Azluxlscr. S. EDITH C'AMPI5FLLfC7Iurhmq, IDA CIIARROINfAlyrbm: Gmnwlry. PARKER COOK--Orchcslru: Music: Clwrusf Czrls' Clnc Club: Boym' CIN Vlubf .Ilusic Dirvfmr Prmlucllons, EI.IZABIi'I'H DEARBORN- Cmnvposlllon l, Lllrrulun ll. MARY ETHEL DIXON7Li1cruture I, ll: Composition I. II: Sophomore Class Advisor. MARY E. HULD-f--Cimnn-irq I. DOROTHY GIBBONwI.Irura1urI- Ill: Conmoxilmn ll, IV. Il. CHARLIES A. GRHKRH Xlurhxm' Shop: fumral Hom S Iflrtlrfrrty I. II: Radio C'IuI1 xhIr.':.wr: Drum and Bu 1' Clzrps ,-'lduxsu' MARY GROVES- I.utIn: Lulin fluh Aduisur LAURA HOLLINGSHEAD- Ifrrnclvi Junior C lun XI vis cr. GERTRUDE HOPPOLK World Hmluru: Umlml Sian-v H1x10rgJ: .-l4I1.'1.sur fixrls' Vofallonal Svrvzcc. .Hi AN HUNT I-'uor1's. RUTH I'. ISAAC5 U'r1I4'rs' Cfub ,hlusvr fnn1pus1twn IV: I.1IvruIur.' III: HAROLD B. Jffl5I'Rl:Y-f,-Ugrhlu. lhyummnnllu ffm vm! llathvrmmrs. l.liSLlf: JOHNSON-ffimvrul Sr:-'mmf Iinuh Rmmz Mun- ual-r. MARTHA JOHNSON Zmmln-gy, MILFORD K, KINGSBURY-fl'hysmIr1gy: Gcnrml Sci- vrnv: Music I, II. IV. Mfmc Dzrvcfur Produclmns. LUCILI2 KINCADE-Lihmriun Iiumny will MELCENA KNIfT'I'I.If' -l.1Irruturi' I: Composition II: Puhlir S:wi1kir7q: Drumatlr Adviser Oprrctta. MARY E, KNIGHTYHWJ of History Departnvunt: World History: Unit:-clS1a1vs History: Parific Rim. MARIE J. LAPPENBUSCH --Typmg: Stmography: Afl- uiscr Srnmr Cluxs. MARTHA LAW7Umtcd Status History: World llust- ory: Cwirs. EDITH IVICINTOSHY -Literature ll: Composition Ili Adviser Freshman fflass, S. L. MERRIAM-Head of Mathematics Dcpartmvnt: Algifbru: Gvomctry: General Mathematics. LUTHER B. MORFi7Boqs' Physical Education: Coafh Intramural Sports, CAROLINI5 OLRIDENW- Spanish: Liitm. ANNA PIiI.TONf Lulmg Ci:-rmun: Ailutscr Stamp Club. HENRY PEFl'ERS7Unitt-il Stairs History: Civics: All Uisrr 'lirkft Cxrxnvmiltvv. A. B. PHILLIPS f UniIL'i1Stt1IL's History: Adviser Drbuiu Tram. HORACE W. PORTfffTyp1ng: Book Jumo Busincss Trulntna: Funfcsl Director ANNIE PUGH - l.1lt-rulurt' I: Conmosituon I LOUISE K. PUGH I.:trraturL- IV, V: lunvpi Q IV, Mix MAY RAND.-XLT. -C'nn7pus:Imn I: Lllvralurr III: Shar! Smry Vfrmng. JOHN RUSHINGfAlgvl7ru: Gm:-ral Sucnrv: Physxcs Arluzscr Slave f'rru'. MARIE S."KElVl.-'KN--Lilrraturv I, III: Composlllon IV, A. L, SCHMAI,l.Ef Chvmlxlry: I.um'hmunz .Uunaqcr Auluxser Scrrncc Club. I-LIZ.-KBl:TI'l SCQHOEPPEL--World Hislorg: Cfwcs CHARLES SIMMONS+Cablnet Making: Wood Turn- ing: Machinv XVoml XVork. VI1RNP SKINNFR -Clr.'x'rs.' Lit:-ralure I. CLIFTON T. SMITH--Cc-omelry: General Mathematics: fhlunxcr Honor Soricry. ALl:TlI.-X THOMPSON -'Cranium' Wrmngq Lllcrarure III, 1' nn1pfmlmr1 I: .'hlL'mcr Arroud, MARION THOMSON' fBolany,' Cr'r7rraI Snenfe. l'LORl:NLL W1:LTSi-World History: Unlred Slales Hlsmry. ERNEST NVHITEf- Hmd of Cfummerrlul Deparlmenlc Slenogruphy: Commnrnal Cc-ography: Typing: Adviser .-hwaliun Club. PIIARI. XVHITMORIH f Phgf.wo'ngu: Grrls' Arh'e1irs. EARL T. VVHITSON- -Slenography, Typlng: Book- kcr-pznu: Junmr Busmrss Trnlmng: School Treasurrr. ,- C.fXdJ4'C00lflfl:i zlduenluring LUIVU7 lL'unhoe. In lhe foolsleps of Euclztl. Stuzigirvq the countries of lhe Patrlizt. T-4,.,,..-Q ...av--Q The English department, through the agency of its two general divisions of study-lit- erature and composition. grounds the students in the fundamentals of correct speech and composi- tion, and teaches them true ap- preciation of English literature. In addition to the required four semesters, advanced courses in mathematics are offered for those who are especially in- terested in this subject. General mathematics has recently been added to this group as a certif- icate course. Students in the history depart- ment study the social, political, and economic histories of many nations. They receive an early training in citizenship and or- ganization of government to prepare them for their later life. Although the general teaching of scientific facts, and the im- parting of a basic knowledge of science to its students, are the aims of the science department. their main concern is teaching students to think clearly, ac- curately. and completely. The music department gives instruction in performance and study of music composition. In addition to a musical comedy which is presented annually, in- strumental and vocal ensembles are frequently heard on school programs and furnish entertain- ment for downetown organizaf tions. Through foreign language courses the student has the op- portunity of learning to speak and read and write in several different languages. Knowledge of modern languages increases interest in present-day World affairs. CQ-ZLZAJZOOMJ Cfrealing queer themzcul L'OI'l7fJULlV7Ll'-S. The ronmnte ol plums. I-'renrh puppetevrx in u u'1'r1mu. Students wishing to become stenographers or office workers are able in high school to build a fine foundation for further business training, where they may learn to use newly invented machines and modern business methods. For the express purpose of making fit the youth of Garfield for the serious business of earn- ing a living, the industrial arts department was created. Now it plays a leading role in teaching students to use their hands pro- ductively. The fundamentals of home- making are included in the home economics courses. Both boys and girls are instructed in plan- ning and cooking meals. Girls who are more interested in sew- ing learn to make clothes for themselves and costumes for school productions. The art department serves the double purpose of giving a fine start to those ambitious to make some form of art their life Work, and providing a basic under- standing and appreciation to those merely interested. Every hour of the school day brings a new group of students to the library, where about five thousand books are available for pleasure reading or reference work. Supervision and aid are given by a librarian and several student assistants. "A healthy body builds a healthy mind," is the motto the physical education teachers strive to follow in instructing students in the gymnasium. Good sports- manship, cooperation. and coor- dination of one's muscles are all learned here, !,- CffAiJ.i2Z00lIli P111-1718. pulelles. puinlers -- posters. Among lhe friemllif books. Erijuyinq u real folk dame. M 6141074 X X Junk Milrhell. l'i'ce-President: Raleigh Taylor. Presidentp lrank llfIi'Dermo!t, Treasurer: Lily Kennedy. Secretary ju class of 1934 has reached its sought-for end with flags flying. The Seniors have taken the lead in their school life. and taken it well. Headed by their four capable officers. they have played a major role in the various school activities and productions, topping off these last by their own glorious Senior Night. The Senior Class this year led the high school in scholarship. having more of its members on the Honor Roll than any other class. The success of the football team was in large part due to the work of the five Senior players. The Boys' and Girls' Clubs, likewise, prospered under the older classmen's guidance, and carried out original schemes for Garfields improvement. Though the P. T. A. really sponsored that new group of dances and novel Ski Club. the Seniors cooperated with fine spirit in bringing these plans to the students and making it possible for them to enjoy their advantage. The eleventh graduation, according to Garfield's custom. was carried out almost entirely by the Seniors themselves. Six commence- ment speakers were chosen-two by the faculty: two by the Senior Class: and two for their excellence in scholarship. The Senior Orchestra also contributed a selection to the program. With this crowning event of their high school years. the Seniors bid good-bye and good luck to Garfield. ww..-:nan K :fzf"?3' gf fy A ,j ,iff ' 452,13 . 5,352 QA -13-f1g1,,i9:2-22 4 5 'W' ,. g ,:::,,.45. 35 O9 1 rv if '1 F 'J ,. A fifiwf' gggyi, H Ly SV H. A3 A, , N i gm, M QQ, A A A 757 F2 , Vs, , V' Wim - 1 . t x ' - , 1- MH -2 ,.., Q ..1, , .. V "' f J Y' -v I ,Q-5, 203-Nw, , . K 46' flommcnccmcnt Spcakcrs -- Standing Maru lmvm. Stl1Llfl1ftJI'ltIl'lf Kult' Rubhms Rulvzgh rltltjltilf .lulnm I5t'rt'l7. x'LIIl'liIL'lOI" um. Sitting: l.tIU KL'77l7L'Litff .lufvx Cfulvcrv, Class Day CNon7n71'1tt't' Survzwz' l-mtzmmtl C,'tll77I77lllUU ,l I CIMO 'CJ enlou RUTH AARON -flnnm Sufzvluf H147 "ff" Club, Iklmm' Vnrzvnzfllws Spwulc-'rs' C lub. Curly Spurs. .'XI.IfX AIIVNFS f I'uI'-l'nwulml lllmmu flulu. CARI. AI5:XT'I'0f .Sprflul fummzllm-. llumvr .Sufi-'ILJJ Roll lh'prIwI-r71ulu'.', ,lwnlunl lfIl:l-xr .Ill-.wmg-'r': Sumw Vluh. IS.-IAC AI,HAI3I1I I MORRIS AI.IIAI7I1II liuu.-I f'luh l'n.xulml,- lnluzumrwmrz C'nn1m:llw fxlzuumun. l'l7ilun1hrnp:r C':u1m1l1! kvl' : l'rmulm1 lfrvxlvnmn lflum, Yzru-l'rmulI-nt Snphumorv 6 luv: Oppru, lum- fml: XI-nmr Nuflvl: fhrmlmus Yzylvl Shulu-syn-u1.un Cunlulr Yvll King. VICTOR :XIIISON I-'KLPwPR'I' ANI7IiRSONf Null lhfpnm-nlulu'-': llumu .Sucu-lu. SYLVIA ANCII:I.I. Null lfrpr:'wr7luI1l'v: L'.il7I'r. ll. T. ,-I. Vumnzxllw, I5RANCQI'S ,"XI3I7IiI.GA'IAI:'-'xIflvr-srlmnl Spvfrls. Roll Rnpn- srnlulzuv, lwvmlshm fhnvrvwillmr PEGGY ARIYIfSON7l,'Il1lwr .irrouy Honor Surruly. Funfvst: Chrrslmas Xnghl: Roll Ruprvsf-nlulI1.'f'. VFRNARD ARNOLD-f Orrhl-szrn, LILLIAN ARONINf Hzmur Srun-lu: .Ilukr-up fonvnvrltfr. CAROLYN BAKERil"ur7fus1. CARIVIEN PnAI.I7XVIN Hwmwr Sufrvluf Uxhvri' Kkwnvrvvzllwi M1-ssvnglrr Rvpnrl.-r. BERNICIE I5ARNIiTT DICK BASOIVI -'fumbling Tcanv: Truflz: Plnlanlhmprr Cum- mi!l0c': Sprfiul Cunvnvillm-: ljntcrtulnmvnl Convmrflvuf lfunfvsl, BOB BATIfSfBuil1l1ng fxr1n7n7l1II'm': Roll Rvprrsvntulzw. CHAUNCY BEACI'I-Scicncu Club: Publiulu Comnnllvc Chairman: flvrlxlmux Nrghl: SI-mor Nlghl Busmms Sluff: Truck. KVARD BEEf'I'II2Rf'l'unn1x,' Roll Rs'prr'scn1u1iL'u.' Kfrrrvrs' Club: Opum: I-'unfl-ml: Alhlvlxc Cunvnvrtluv. IRWIN BERCIIWYMI Dukf: Sucrulurg Chvss Club: Roll Rup- rusrfnluliuv: Mukv-up flun1n1llII-41: Stump Comnuln-1-: Sm-mul Cunvmlllvvi Stump f'luh: Sfwulzvm' Club: Full Mutimw: llmwr Soclvtyg Mr'ss0ngrr Rvpurn-r,' Arrow Cmmlribulur. .IULIAN ISIERK II- Yvll Dulw: .Ilv.sscngJI'r Ruporlur: Armu: Cuntnlaumr, Honor Such-ly: Roll Rs'pr0s1-nlul1x'u.' llrcxrdml Cfhvm ffluhy I':u'-l'rI'sulur11 Sprukrrs' Club: I'Iu'-l'rm1'Ilml Slump Klub, l'ull .Ilulm I'I- : Spring IIlulIm'u. JACK BIfRRYf:Irruw ffcmlrzbulur: Asslslanl Adu-rlnslng Mammf-r lllc-ssvngur: Roll livprf'.wnlI1t1L'r. GI?RAI.IJINIi BIRD GEORGE BI.OlQK--- l'huloqrI1pl7u Klub: Hull lfz'prIsf'r7Iu11l'v Vurnllunul fummzllrr. eniow IOUISE BOISII---Honnr Surictyf Arhivucnvvnl. Publlrilu C'lvnmzitlr'-'SC Avlulron C'lub: Snrukrrs' Cflub: .'IIli'ixorg Bmml: limmr Orrhrxlruf Roll Ri'prvs:'nIa1ii'c'. IJFNNIS BORFISN NIARCIERY BORKLAND- Spvukrrs' Club: llimur Smvrlu: .Ili-ssc'ng1vr Stuff: Niursrfs Cfomnviltrr: lfunfrsl. KILN BOSTIANYRMI 1If','1rrscn1n1iL'cg Publicity Clurnnzilln-.' .-Ippurulux 'I-yum. VIRGINIA BOXVDIfNf'Chrislmus Nighl: Funfv.xl.' Hmm: Socivly: Svfrvlmlru-Trlfuszirrr Wrilvrs' Club: C'huirrm1n .-Ifhivuv mrnt Cfonzmitlvv: .Ilvssvngvr Sluff: Roll Ruprvxmlulwr: :Irruu C'onlribulor: Librurian: Girls' Sports. LEON BRENNERfRoll Rrprescnlalwv: .Ilcssrngrr Stuff, Snphomun' Track: lntramural Sporls. SOLIS BRENNER -lnlrarnurnl Spnrlsq Srtumi Tcurn Bushvl- ball: Slamp Club, ANDREW' BROOIVI7PubllriIy Commirter, Aviation C'lub: Inlramural Tennis: Rall Rr-pn-xenraliuez Funfcst. DICK BROVCINELI.--Golf Team: Building Cfonvmillm' Cfhulr- man: Funfesf: Cfhrisllmzs Night: Roll Rcprc'srnluliL'i'.' Rudm Club. JIM BROXVNELL-Golf Tram: Building Commillee: Funlvsl: Cfhrislmas Nighli Roll Rrprcsr-nIaliUf'. NIFRVJIN CASEYfFunfcsr: Copy Editor .Ilcssvngcrs Build- ing Conrmillcr: Golf. FRANCES CHESSHERH -Nom-lic: Opera: Funivslf S.-nmr Night: Cfhrislmus Xighl: l'. T, fI. Dunn- C'umnn1lm'. IAIDRAIIEI3 CHRISTIAN JIQANNF flIRISTIANFYW-Funfrsl: Fabinrl: l,ulin C'lul1. JIM CTHURCH IUONALD CLARK Sophomurr Baslzclhall: Srmml Tram Bus- hrlhull: 'Imms: Spunul Cumnnllcv: Mrsscngvr Sluff, BETTY CfLAXVSONf.Ilvsscngcr Slaffg Cfhrislnzus Nighlg l'all Mulinvnw JuniivrfSvnior Prom Curnnyiilwf Smior Pin Cfom- rmllwq Fhlurnmn Slunllurds Cummillmf: liunfc-sl: Rull Rvprr- wnlulwr. CQC3I.LIEIiN c'0c3Hl.AN JUI.IiS C'OI'IIfNf lnlrumural liaxkclballg Hmmm' Sorivlu: Vocal lumul Clmnznvzllcv: Funfrxl Cfunznzillcv: Spmkrrs' C'lub: Fun- fvxl. Sunmr Night: Christmas Niyhlg Spring and liull .Iln1inr'rs, VIRGINIA CIOIBY I.UA COI.KIETT NIAICYANN C'OI.UCQC1IU- Spcukrrs' Cflulv: Ciurfivlll Dug Clwnlvsl II4innr-r: Shulnwzpi-uri-ary C"rrntmI II'inm'r: Roll Rcnrv- XrV7lUllL'A'. HI1I.IEN C'OC3IIIYRfSmifar Night: Cfhfixlmus Night: Sprirw .IIlm'nm-. DICK COIILEYYI'uiuliunul CfummiIll'i'.' .Ilvxxi-rvgvr Slaff: 'l'ru:k: Rall livlvrvsvnluliuu. eniow EVFLYN CRUXVN .Iluuf fkxrvvrmrlw: l'. I. A. f'unmn1tm': Gfrla' Cflm' Club. LUIS KfIiUI:CiI2R Wnn-r.x' Club: Sr1'cnu.' Club: Homnl' Soc:- vrgf: Ru!! Rrprr.wntuliL'I',' Mmsmgvr Sluffp Vmulmmzl Cfunz- nz:I!w,' HI'IlIIh Cfnnvrmtfvu. C'hr:sm1u.s Nzghl. AVFRILI, I7AI.CBI.IfISII-f llunor Snffvtu: liuxldxnq Convmiilvc, I:RIfI5 IFAIYZ .'IIlL'z'wr:1 Buurmlq Sprxllzrrii' fkluh I'rrv1Ilvr7!. Wr11I'r.x' Vlulr: Vuculimval, I'ruqrum. lfnlcrtuznmml Comuni- Iuvs: .-Irruu' Chrvlrfhzzlfmr. l'urJfI'w!: Snrmg um! Full ,Xlulfnuw HAROLI3 I'3AIlCZI'I'Z Smphnnmrv liuxkrlhnll. Swfond frum liuxkvlhfzll, linwbull. BF'I"I'Y DAVIS Cinrlx' ffluh Trmlwrvrf .-Iduzsury Board: SI-miur Prom Cfunmwxllm-, Null lhylrk-xI-nlrzllw: l'unfI-xl: S-'mor Nrulvl. f'lvrfm1rmn Xzqlvt. GEORGE I7.f'IVISf Roll Ifcpf'vm'n!u11'L'v: l.um'hrmrm Fum- IYYIIIVU. IVIII.I5RI'I7 DI:IVII7SIfY" I.um'l7rfmm Cfmvlrwyrflcv. VLRNA IJI:XTIiR -frrlm' fklubi furzfvif: .Yl1r.w's Offlw. JEAN IUOBEY- -I"LU7fvSI. M ARGARIFT DORIS .IIif'XN IDOUGIASY Stumlurds CInn7r1n'!tm-: Funfvst: S-'nmr Nnzhl: Op.-ru: .S'pr1'r1g and Fall .Ilutznm-sf Fhrrxlnms Niulvr. BOB DRUXMAN .-IIz'm'4-rinsing Slclff ,'I1'mu'. I.YI.I- IYUNSIIVAN -l'1.1l1f4'xI,' Opuru. f'h1'1xIr17uS Nlghlf Silnvur Nluhli Iiuml. Onhvxlru. 'lumblmgl Tvulrv. CI-C II.IA Iii Ix Ilmmr Rall, NVI'iI.IJI5N IHIJIN I-zunchnmrz. SI-Lum! Tvurn. Ivrvl 'lxvum lwmlf bull: flrufh: f'hr1'wInm.u Nlqhl. l',unI'I'xr,' liufldmg. S'pvfx'uI fhnlf rwltwwf Rn!! RI-prcwrvlulzuw. FIOIVI IZI.lO'l4'l' llunur' Sm'r'v1q.' Ru!! RI',11rux:'r7t41l1'L'r'5 Publrf Rvla- lwm Vunvfmllrv. .'Immlurvl lrdmwr fI1'r'nLL': I,ulm I Iuh. VIYIAN IQI,SOIf JANITI' IiNGI,ANI7 .YI-cr'.-Iuru ScIrr1uf Club: Ifntvrtumnwrni, Suciul Svrr.'11u. Lumhrurxm. Awvrrriwlu KUvn!r171'IlI'-N: 1"ur1fvsI. I.Il I IAN IRIKKKSON .IOI' I5RISN'I:XN S. fI. R. funluslr fiarfrvlu' Dau Oruluriial Vunlrwlf Spvulwrx' fklufv. Prvsxd-'vii Stunlp Club. JEAN IAVANS Rall ICI-pn-M'rvtu!1L'u: f'hInrrmm Sufiul SvrL'1f.' fUm7n7:I1n" llnmnr .Ym'w!L1.' S4-nmr Ur1ln'v1'u: Utlvtlv. Iunfvst. I I.IfXVI5I,I,YN I VKNS XX'INI,I:Y I ALIIQOFII- .'I1ruu' liusfm-ss Stuff: fhairnmn Lunrh- mum !fm:r11:11m'. Puhlu Rvlulmm. Hurldirzg Snufiul f'R1mn1zIf Imax. Suphfmnmrv Iifmlcvthull: Hnmwr Sncznlu: Rall Rvprvsm- mime. I-1mf.w1: I mms 6l4i0'C.4 BASIL FAWTHROP- Football Managcr. DOROTHY FEENEY-Aviation Club: .-Xflrr-xrhool Sports. HERMAN I:EINBERG7Honor Sorirtu: Roll Rcpri-st'nta!iL'e: Sric-nic Club: Junior. Senior Orclvvstra. CHICK FERRIESf Roll Rvprvsvnltitiruc: Scrrcturg-Trvusurrr Bugs' Club: Aduisoru Board: Baseball: Fonlhall: Svcrrtary- Trcasurcr Junior Class: Honor Sorivly: Athlctrc Committcc, MURIEL Vl.ETCfHER-Aftcr-school Sports: Big "G" Club: Spcuknrx' Club: Funfsst: Full and Spring Mariners. JUNE Fl,ICK--Oprra: Funfest: Senior Night. BETTY FRARY- 'Big HG" Club: :1rh1eL'r'n7rnr Club. CLAUDUX VRARY- Big "fi" Club: Honor Nazrwlu. Rnll Representanvr: Girls' ffluh Attundanl. ESTHER FRICKiChrisImas Night: Senior Night: Funfest. JOE FUNIS+lntramural Sports. FREIDA FUXON--Speakers' Club: After-school Sports. HAZEL GENSS-Honor Society: Cabinet: Speakers' Club: Story Tcllcrx' Comrnitrcc: Usher: Roll Representative. MARGARET GEPNER FRED GERBER+Roll Reprcscntaliuc: Track Hanaarr. LEAH GERHARDT-Funfcst Comnzrttvc: Christmas Night: Senior Night: After-school Sports. MARTHA GETTMANvSem'or Night. JUNE GlBSON7A thlelics. ADELINE Gl.EASONvSi'nior .Vtqhli Full .Uutrnvaw Office Staff. HARRY GOLDBERG--'Honor Sorietu. CARRIE GON ROBERT GOOD Roll Rrprvxuntatiuv: Honor Sociely: Tumbling Tt'un7: lnlrnmurul Football. RICHARD GOODALl.f-Stamp Comrnittra. C'lzrivtrnuQ .Ytgh!,' Senior Night: Full Hnlincr. THEODORE GREGORY CHANDLER GRIl7l5INf Snnnp Club, Scwmu' Flub, lntrtr mural Sports, 6lfLl:0'C.4 DONALD GROSS7'l'rurhg l.uIm Club: Stamp Club: Band. NORMA HAMII,'I'ON AfIilL'1surgf Bourll: Bly "fi" Club: Serrvrary fIL'iaIron Club: Roll Rcprvsl-nrallL'r: P. 'lf A. Dana' Cfolnnlillm-5 Op.-ra, lunfml. Svnior Niylrl: Cflvmfrnam Nzghl: Arrow Rufmrlvr. VRANCIES HARRISON Ellilor Jlcssvrzgrr: .'IilL'4'rt1sinq Sluff Arrow: Allvmuru Boarll: Honor Sunny: Roll lfvprcsvnrurzuc: II'rin'rs' Club: Srluncc Club: Srnror Night: Vhrisrrnas Nighl: liunfl-sr. NIARTIIA HARRISON - V1rufl"rI'xlili'n! Ciirls' Club: Big? Club: .'Idui.sory Board: Honor Sorirly: Roll Ri'prusrnIuI1L'vi Meswngvr Staff: fhlurrllsrna Stuff Arrrrw: lfunfcsl. MAXINE HARRISON -' Op:-ra: Honor Socially. JOHN HARROPH lfmploymrnt Cornrnillee: Grounds Com- mitlvc: Yvll King: Truck: SL-ruml 'lxvam Foolball: Intramural Sports: Opum, JIM HEFNER TERUKO HINO ISABELLE HIRSCHf Cabrm-1. JOHN HOI.LANDf-Prvxrdvnt Honor Society: Advisory Board: Chairman Lunchroom Commitlcc: lfntcrrainmvnr Commillm-, JOHN HORANfTumbling Team: Scivncv Club: Spvulu-rx' Club: Radio Club: Latin Club: Roll Rcprrscnrrzlivc: Honor Sorwly: I-'all Mulmcvi Funfcxr. MILDRED HORNW-Honor Soci--fy: Roll Rcpresi-nralivc: Arrow Conlriburor. Friendship Commitlcr: Cabinrl: Ushrr: I-unlvsl: Opcru: Svnlor Nighl: Christmas Nlybl: Nonvllr. JEANNETTE HOROVJI'I'Z- Honor Sovrrly: Spcfulzvrs' Club: Roll Rcprusunlalrvcq Arluisury Board: Vocullunal C'on7nntli'v. JAMES HOVEY RUTH IIOXYARD ,'Irbu'L'l'n7mr Cun1n7ztIcl-: Spcalwrx' I lub. DORIS HULIEILRTY- Aflrrfxrhool Spfvrrs. CLEO HUNT Aflur-xrhool Sports: SL'XlL'llL': Blu "fi" flub: Funfl-sl. IVIARGARET HUNTOON Honor Socirly: I-Idulxoru Board: l'rf'xuli'nt Wrilvra' fflub: Roll Rrprvxrn1u!u.'r: l"I-ulurv Eililor Arrow: lIli'sxvngvr Slaff: Cihrialnms Night: Srmor Nighl. MARY INGSTAID fl-Illvrxoru liimrll: Sofnal Svrrfirr: Frirnd- Ahip Commnllcl-: Achn-Lwnwnr flomnrrllvu: fiirlx' Club Rooms Alu-mlanr: Funfvxl. MARY INNISfSIump Club: Social Srrmrc Cfon1n7iIIrr: Cfhairman Puhluilu C"on1n1iIIc-up Roll Rvprcsrnralrcvy Honor Sorivly: Class Ellrlor fIrrou': fbrislmas Nlghl: S-'nmr Night. IEMILY ISRAEI, SARAH ISRAIfI,- Honor Sorirlgf: Spvakvrs' Club: Wrltrrs' Flub: .Ilvssnngzvr Slaff. Maki'-up ffonznutlw: Usbvr: Fhrzstmus .x'.',,m. RICHARD JACKOBSON DAVID JENKINS mfow RALPH JENKINS Frvshnvlzn Ffnutballli Funfvst. MA RGARET JOHANSON ALVA JOHNSON BETTY JOHNSON- Ablrsswzgvr Stuff, Hmmr Socu-iq: Roll RL'prrsvnIaI1'L'v: fIrhivL'unn'v11 Cfun7miltm': Vorutmnrzl C'm11mll- Irv: Aflcr-svhnol Spurls. DOROTHY KAMINOI5 Ain-r-whuul Sports: S.-cn-ruru B141 "Ci" Flub. PIZN KANTNIER- Prvs, Auiuliorw Kfluh. BIQSSIF KATZ HITOSHI KAWAHARA NIASAKO KAXVAHARA- lfunfvxli Sunmr Xxghl. .N'umc's Altvndunl, LYM.-'KN KELLS Honor Sflfwlyi Hmnkruony. Roll Rrplrxrn Iutlwv: Vomllnonal llwnrlvrlllrvi Sdrnfc' Club. l,II,Y KENNEIJYP SvfrI'tu1'g Srnmr ffluxx. l"unI'1-A1 fnmnul- IN: Chuirrnun Vnculmnul furwvnyilfvri Prudurlmrw lfmmr .'Irruu,',' Humor Socfuly, Sprung Mzxtllurv. HENRY I'iESSI.IfR Drum and limlglc Vurps: Hull Rcprvwn Yalwvf l'L1nfvxl.' Spring Hullmw. GLORIA KIMURAH Cizrls' Vlub Rnmn .AIIIumlnr1t: Kxhurrnnm Nurs.-'s C'l7l77f77l'IIC'C. RAE KLASSISI. 'Honor S-vficlgl: aIvlm'L'u1:m1 l'nm1m11-'ri Ushur. AI.l,EN KI.A'l'ZKIfRf lfmplmmnunr Klrmrmllw: Roll Rvprr- sl'nIu!rL'f', LARI. KO! H Honor Srmvly: xhlvusorg limznlg lfmluu' lfdzmr .Ilussungurg Arrow Confrrhumr: lfnlrrlmnmvrwl ffurnnrvllvv: C,'huirn1an Ifunfvvl fluwzrmllm-.' Dvlmlv 1'mm.' 1.utm C'Iuh: lfzrxl 'Imm Gulf. ABF KOI.I,ACKf SI-cond l'I'um Huslzclhull, l'hn!o5Jrupl1u Club: .Ilmtcngvr Slaff: Vcvrulmnul f'umn7nl1 I'.' : l'kr1Jp'mm7-'lvl f'un1mlHs'I'. FRIED KOSAKFK lnlramurul Spnrtm, KEO KOURA lfunfvst: Honor Sufrvty. IVIII.DRIfD KRONI7II5I.D Spulhrrx' ffluhi Huml: fhrlx' Klub Rcmnvs Allundant, DICK KUMMIER- 'llrhcl fkul7H77lIIn'n'.' I'. 'II :L llumv rum- mzrlcr: Honor Surnvlu: lSrmkrmm1: Hrs! I'rum I-lmlhullf Sz'1vm'I' ffluh. RUTH MARY LARSEN f,U4'.swngrr Stuff. llmmr Sfmrtu: Publzcuzu f'omnn't1m'. HOXVARD I.ATIIAIVI-YVin'-I"rvxl'c1rnl t'IUiuImr1 Vluh: Pru- grum C'on1n11'Ilcr: l"ur1I'rxI. RAYMOND LIQCEAS- Roll lispn-wnzutuw, eniow ARTHUR I.FCll,11:'l'T llllui Cjumnzilfcfg Slump Club: Svivnce Club, LSSH: LISVIN GARY LVVY LUVILP: LUNG l:VI:I,YN IUIDI Hull Ifuprmwmzluw: llumrr Surivlyg Vom- zmmfl Cunmnmv JANIT ,X1.ulJUNAl,lU l'1r.mIm1 Wrzll-rm' Klub: Cubznvr: l'mllrfmv f-mmrmrlw L'xhl-r. llumwr Xmmwly: lhmu' Ckmlrulv- umr .Xmwr ,Ymlvlf 'lmms MIRIAM MAK HI,ISf Hull llvprmmlutzrr: fhuzrmun .Uumc I fmzrnill.-w. RLHIII NIAIJSI-N Ulxwlmur' Bluff. llunur Sru'n'Iy.' ll. T. fl. Cffnmmm, XX'rmr.,' flulw. Iil l,l-N MAKI- llumu Xmrrlu. RUN lfuprmmtutuu-. l BYRON N'lAN'IZ -f lrlululzrln .Uumlyvr .Ul'M4'17g1vr T ngbllrra Ymrn' lrufk l'unf4.xI ' IIESTI-R MAR lhlmn I.-ln I l N1 V 'PMJU HINKS lr!!llln!l1r'ul Spurlx. .' N 'IARKI PY Xluulrus' fluh, A I NL 1- M,fXI'SUN Wh ' 2 ORCJHZ MATSUN ,-hum' Xluff. ,-hlvxsurgf Buurd: Bulld- f ing ffnmmllllv, Sunmr l'm f.un7r171'IIm', Ushrr. VIII'-Pruslmlvnt llmwr .Mmvfu' lim "C," fluh. R011 Rvfvrmmlulluw lnrnzp mum! Spmlx. l'lARL'Yli Nl."X'l'SUD.A. llfnmu Xrwlvlgfi Roll R4'prexvr7tul1L'v: Olav Club. 'imma HIROU MA'ILSL'MUTCY J.-'UNK MAYNARU Rrmll lhfprcwrvlnllllw: Sclfrnr Club: Drum mfml Hugllv C urpx, lunfml. ADA McHURNl'Y .Slnmr Nryhl, Ciuli: 'Immy I-'rrrnllahfp f,fm7r111IIl'u. FRANK McUl:RMU'I'I7 'lrnmurur SL-mor Klum: Funfuxl: .Spnzul C wmmrllm, f lmlzrmln Cvrvmumls Cnnrnvrllvu, I ki IA Mciili.-Yl'l'i AGNES McKlNL.'XY 1.lLl.l,-LX' ,UlIxI.N.YI Y llfmur Suurlxf. ulrrulu Szuff: Allyn- urlf liuunlf Hull Rl'r1rusrr7!ulzu'.' Ylu'-llruslrlrnl lily "Ci" Club: .-hhxuu-rm-wr rfmvmrzlw: Uslm. ANURPW McQUAKI,1R- Truck: fhnslmus ,Y:g1hI: Opvm, lLmI'm1 I-all ,Uulnnrm EMZUTJ DICK McVIiI5'I4YgCnhalrnmn Phllunlhrnplf Kumrmlla-v: Cflrc Vlub, LORING MIfLl.OTT- Rufl llrprrxl-n1ulu'r: Slump Ckunumt- Iwi Scwrwfc Club: ,Ilvssungm-r Busnwm .Ilulmyun Plulunlhmpzf C.'onm71'IIf'v. JACK IVIIEVES- Roll R4-prvxrnlulzvvi Ilmlnrv C"or11n1illL'v: Svnmr Xiyhli lfmzrufmli Opvru. VINCENT MILLER- 'l"Im1nrc Ifon1rz1x'lIvc.' l'nIrl'lumr71vn1 Cunwnnlln-In' Suomi 'lmm l'uulball: lwzrufrxl: C'lm.sl1mm Xrglhl: Anlrsuwry Iinunl. MARY IVIILLINGTON-fl-111mr .Ilmurnlrrg llunur .Sm-wrgg .'Illw'rl1slny Sluff Arrow: Wrrlvrx' Vlulm: I-unfml: Smwr .Yl41hI.' C'hfzsInm.x Nlqhl. RACHEL MIMON JAYK MIIC HIfI.L Honor Sufwlu. .-Inlrlmlu limuxlf l'rmnl4'l1t .lumvr Class: I'u'u-l'rv.mIunI S1-mor Kflxxs. Yvll llukvi Jlmmrf Smmr I'mm f'un1m11I .'.' . I.umhrmmz f'un1mlll.'v: I-'unl'ml.' Vfvnms. WAKA MOCHIZAKI- Ilmmr Such-ly. VLORIZNCIS MORAN l'. 'lf A-I. f'1m:n:i11c.-. Cflw Ilulv: Oprru, JOE MORGAN flfmzlurc lzllllur ,'IrrmL'. Ckhmrmun l'ul1ln'l1g1 CKun1n71l1m',' l'unfvsI C'un7m1r11'4'.' Puhlxc Rvlulmnx Cfmvrnvllfw: Hmlnrv Ckunznaillm-J fIuIalu'on Club. MASATO MORI KAWA JANE MORSE Spmkl-rs' Flubp l'nzvr1lunnm11 hmmulzv.-r Funfrsl: Oprm: S1-nmr Nzyhl: C,l1rm1nms Nlghl, Sprung .IlrllH71'x'. MAXINI1 MURPHY---.'I1lm'ixurmf Iimml: l:'r11a'rlmmm-rzl Cum- mlm-I-, S-mul Sl-rmuv Funwnulrw: lunfmz, IREI3 MUTAI. f'l7mrnmn l:"-wlrmv fbnvrryzllm-: Slunm Gm:- nnllcv: Amlulxury Board: Opvru: Svnmr Nrghl: Vhrnstfvvlm Nuyhl. KARL NAKAMURA -Roll llcprvsmlulwv: llumwr Sumrtuf fnhvsn Vluh. lnlrumurul liuxllvllmll. YOSHIYO NAKANO ikI,IiMI'fNS NAPT' .'IffI'r-Achcml Spwrla: Rull lQvpn'wrz1l1I:L'w, Xmirwr Xrghl: lfunfvst. ART NATLAND- Yvll Dulcu. IIIUNA NAYLOR -Frlrnnlxlzlp Cfunsnzlllwf Spvulwrx' flulvf Roll Rr'prrsl'r7IuIlul'. R515 NIELSON llonur Soul-ly. LUCILE NEUNIIR .'Idw'xo1'nf liuunl: Svrzvhzru xhlnvwmml Commx'!tm'p Honor Soclclgf: Spvakvrs' Flulv: ,-Iflrr-sflmul Spnrls: Spring lIla1x'm'r: C'hr1.slmlm Niqhl: Smurf .Ynghl LOUISE NIEWBY Lzhruriun. ELLA NIAE NORMAN? --Sprukrrs' Cfluln: :Im':uIfor1 Club: Om-rag Funfm-xl: Sminr Nuqhl: Vhrzslfmzs Xrghl. 'I'HIfI,lVIA OIUDIINY Surlal S4'r4'1'r4' f'nmmlIlr'r. eniaw JERRY OLINCJIER 'wht Sluff ,Xrrwlur Roll lh'prusur1mtiUur Opvru, JOHN OLSON f-Phuluyruphu I lub. lVlf'kY OTA l'L1nf1'vl.' .-UlrrfSfhmml Sparta, LOUISE OTllll'Kf l'. 'If A. Kkwlvylvzillvvf lfivnllshlp Cfnmnvil- luv: C'ul1im-If lfunfusl. SEMA OVADIA Hfizrls' Club Room flllcnglunl: Opera: lun- fuxl: Vhrlxlnmx Nrghl: Svnlor Nlghr, IEIJITH l'ADUANA Srrrumry-Trvasurur Phomgrunhu Club: llumur Suclvlu: Tvnnls. IRENIS PALMER A ,fhiulmn Club: Honor Such-ty: .Xlcxxrngrr Staff: Om-ru: .Svnmr Nxuhl, .IOIQ PANZINO .Xluxxvnuvr Sluff, lmrumurnl lfunlbull, MINOLA PARKER DON PARKIN Srruml lfunr l'vmll7all,' l'5uwl7ull: Sflvnrv Club. CQI5RFl'RUlDl'. Ill:FXRl, f'uv1l1r1w .Xlnrrvmf Honor Sucwlu. MILTON IlIz.'XRl. llmmr Suuulu, Sul-ucv Cflulv: Roll Rup- rl-xvnlulu'--, .Nlmwrvqur Smff, RACHIQI. PIEHA l'lrmur Smlvly: Roll Rvprcsrnlulrrrf Ol'- IVIIU, Uzmhvslruq Smlwr Xzahz, Chrlslvmls Xufhl: Opera: Fun- fml: lull Alarm.-v. OLIVI1 l'l1RRlYI'Fl' Huxlllmg Cwnmxli lxl- 5 SuciulS.'rulwf,1u11- rmllwg Spmln-rx' ffluh: l'hntugrupl-fu Cluhf Roll Rvprr-s--nf lulrru. :Xrnuu Cunlrflvulor. NLXRKTUS PERRY Y.-ll King: lfrzlvriurrwnwvnl, Vorullonul Clnnznvrllrm. flmlrrmm l.um'l7rm1m Cmnnzllluvi Roll Rvprviun lulwv. AUIJRFY I'i-TLIQSON .Xllnncrzgvr Siuffg Senlur Nighty f.'hrr'xInmx NrgJl1I,' l'unIAvsl. NVARRLN l'HIl.PsRIC'K Huxznvss Munugcr ,-'lrmu.': Hunor Souvluq Clvmrnmn Vunztmnul f"rvn1n1:llcr: Pulvlzc Rvluliuns !'m17n1rltw,' Rull lh-pn'srn1u11'L'n. JANIE IVHIPPS Roll RvprvxvnI41llL'u: Hrmur Sutlrluq Alussrn gvr Smff: .-hxfxturzl Class lfdllur Arrfxuu, Ushrr: Vclfullurm fXrvn1r11x'ilwz'.' Mulw-up Corwynvxilvv. BARBARA PORTl5Rf Sfvvuln-rx' Club: Aclvwurnvvnt C'un1mlI- ltr, Chnrux: Sprlng .Vulrmwi Svmor Nrylvt: ffhrislnms Night: Opvrzl: lfunfmtl Anhl-ru, ISISTTY PURTVR Sprukurs' Club: Achlm'vnn'n1 Crrnvnvltlm' Vhurux, Sprlng .Uulllzmw Opvruf Srnlur Nxght:ChrlsIn7usNxg1hI. JOHN POTTS I3u.s1-hull, Puhlrc Rulutluns Connmltm-. HUGH PRITCHARDH 'Allr.'vrtr.41'ng Murmgrr Arrow: Sprukvrx' Club: Roll liwpr.-smlallw: Chrxslmus Nlqhlg Full .Uutlmuz ALMA RI'iDUl2KOPl' Sofia! Sr-ruzrv ffomnwilrw, Vocmiunul C.'un1n1i1tm': Rull livprrs4'r1!r11iL'v: Art Sluff Armusi Honor Serif My: Ssfmor Nighr. FRLING RIZISD Hmmr Smxvlu: Hull livpr4's4'l7lullL'v: .Um wmlvr Snzff. eniou JALK REINIGER -.Ilcssrnyrr Sluff: Sluqv l'rvu.', OTTO RFNNIGIER GLORIA RICKLES' Spmzh.-rx' Club: Humor Soczvly. MARJORY RILEY'-Wrru-rs' Cffulm, .Ilrssmglcr Sluff: Arran' Slulf: ,-Utvr-school Sporls. GERTRUDE RINGOLID lunfvslg Svnmr Night: Opera, KATE ROBBINS--Prvsulml Girls' ffub: Aduzsrvrq Board, Rudmncv Roll: S.-cn-lury Hrmur Sucwly: Rnfl Rrprcxvnrallve, lfunfcsl: Cqhrxslnms Niglvli Aflvr-xfhuol Sports, BETTY ROBERFI'SON'Sfv::ukvrs' Cffub: Wrzivrs' Cfubf Rlcxf sunyvr Smff: Huildmq Cmnnuzr.-rf. S.-mor Orrhrxmz, AI. ROBINSON MISCHA ROISI NSON Roll R.-,rar rss'r1tul1L'v. I'5I'IlNIlfI1 ROCK Roll Rvg'r4'xI'l1Iul1L'v, film' fflull. Ogvcnl: Xmmr Nrahl: Chrzslnws Nuyhl. LAY A ROMEY PIIII. ROPPO Flmmr Auuulu. 'l'u'lh'I C'-m1m.tlrr. llhrlnn lhmpu' Clmmnwillur: Rall Rcprmur1luI1L'cf Orfhmlru: lnlru mural Spurfs. .II-AN ROQIE Sm-ahcrs' Klub: Wrzn-rx' Club: Srwmu' ffuh. Hfmur Sncn-lu: Alvxxmgvr Sluff: l"unl'vxl: Altvr-xchnol Spurfx. I'AI'I'II ROSS -P. 'l. ,'I, Ckrrylnlrtivv. Girls' lffuh Room :Il- lvmlunlc Chrlslnms Nxqhl: Sl-nmr Nzuhl: Sprmg .Ilulzm'n', JEAN ROSS'-Srrn-tary-'I rvusurvr l'l:mor Swrrvly: Cfnlvznrt ' I Roll Rvprusl'nIu11v.'v: Spvulwrs' Club: Wrrlrrs' C' ulw: I, l'. .- Danu'C.'r1n:n7llIm'. lfunfrxf: Full .Ilulun-v. Arruu' Ckunfrzhumr Gulf. JULIA RUOI'OI.I--liuildrrvg Cfunzmrflrv: lzhivrtmnmmi Ckvnyr rmllw: Chrrslrwvus Nzghtc Svmor Nzghl: lfunlvsl. MARIAN RUPIiRTf Hunur Suurlu. .III-sxmgr'r Stuff. lfrrvml- xhlp fhzrznyitlm-: lfunfuxt: lvnms. MERRY SANDERS Sw-ukl-rs' C"ul1: SI'lllurUrflh'xlU1. Aflcr school Spanx, IIEI.IiN SAVAGE -Spmhrrs' Cflulwp .Ilnkwup C'1mznn1!m': :Il uwry Board: Funfrsll Opvru: Svnmr Night. HFIIEN SCHUI2T'I'f.'IlI-xsvngvr Stuff: llunur Smwrq: Slum!- urdm C'omnnr1I-v: Surml Svrvrn- C'ur11n7xl1.-I-5 Ushrr. ED SHIIELDS NIICIIIKO SIIIGA Humor Sxwrulllf l'. l .I, Vunyrwllllvr Srmor Urflwslru: lfunivsl: Om-ru. YOSHIKO SHIGA Humor Soul-lg: l'unr'.-sl: filer luula. JOAN SMITH H141 "Ci" Vluh. Aff.-r srhuul S-runs. enfow PEARL SMITH ELI3ANORIi SI'l,:XR7frxcmlal1z'p Cunzmllluv: Enlcrtalnnrrnl Comnvxllwf Suphumufu Srstwrf l"unfe.st: Opcra. JEAN STATl'ORU7S-wlal Scrvlcf' Cunznultcr: P. 'I. .'T. Cun1117illf'U: flrrmu Smffg Nonoltv: Funfvxt: Opcru: SL-nmr Tvlglhli fur!! xhhlvrvrs. l'5fiTTY STARR -Rull lC4'prmuf11ul1L'u, Orfhwxlru. Jhlrlsorgf Bulmi: Hrmur .S'uc'lw1u: .Ylvsscngvr Muhv-up Edxror: Arrow f'hlL'rrlmmgf Muff, l'unf4'.xr.' fhrx.x!nms N1ghr,' Smmr Nrglhl: Wrzfum' Llub. ANN S'I'IfRNOf3I5f-Upvru: Svnxur Night: Sprulwrs' Club: Dulzuln' fluh: .Uukvfup Cmmmllmw 'lkruuvlmq l'l41m-ra: Prus- illunl l"rcshmun xhmrlilzrq. l5II,I, STTEVTNSV Roll IM-prvxrnlullvr: .Tllmmglrr Sluff. ROLAND STT1Vs'ART-- llruflii llztrlmrurul 'l ruth and Iwo!- bull: IUH-Mila Club: ,-hwulmn Club: Phumgruphu Club: Writ, Ns' Club: Scwmv Club: Xpulzlwm' Club: Lrhrury, Cfhrzfsrrmlx Night. HIJKNKTHIZ STOVs'IfT.I. Armhvry, ROY STOWTfl.I. I-'nollmllf Sammi Team Buwbnll. DOROTHY STRAKTIR JACK SUNDBERG -Roll RrprvwnIallL'u.' l.zmchruom Conv' mlrlvv: Fzmlmw' f,'wn1n1lIlw. Philurzlhmpll' fnnzmzltuc: Funfcsr. DOROTHY SL'RRYf f,uhu1v1.' lfunfmir Glrlx' fhhlurzu. ISLIZABLTH TA: HI:R-f cum mmf .ifu-Ufubm' Club: H-'mfr sofimr- lsmzmzwllf x'..f1.,L,h..r1f rim-IW. XVFSITEY TAFI? GILORUII TATBOTT-fOpvru: Funfr-sl. RACHEL TARI1 A- l,l1rl.slnmx Nvglvlf Sl-nmr Xrghl: Opvru: Qlvc Club: Churm: llcvmvr Roll: Hurmr Sorrcly: Spcul:-'rs' Clulv. RAI.T.K1H TAYLOR l'rvvhl1'nl Suphurvmrv Cluxs: Vlfu- l'lmrLlM7I .lunzur Claw: l'r'm1clur71 Svnmf f'luxx: Rull Rvpru- svnlulzuvf fhlrpzsuru Bourllg llfmor Sofwty. Truth: Clmirnmn Alhlwlrl' ff11n1n71IIw.' Fzzrvlml. lfunfml C'+1r77n7lIln'. HIRUSIII TI-SHIROLHI'-' lnlrumurnl Bllxllrlllxlll and I-mvlhull. BOYD TIIOMAIILR I-'unfmlq Orrhv.atn1: Buml: Ilrum uml Butllv Corps. NIARIE THOMAS-f Suwlphrmk Conwnwillcw-.' Chairman Rv- frcshmcnl f,'wn1rmllcv: Surzal Srrvlrr: Sprukvrs' Club: Photog- raphy Club. MILDRIEID THOMAS MARION TOl,I.lEIfSON-Y Iluflwgl: lrushmun xhluisury Bourll: Chairman l.um'l7roum ff1nvn7l!lc4', EIKO TOMITA- 'fH1mur Srmrlu. MARY USIJANIZ- Honor Roll: Honor Suflclu. enlarge FRANK VARON-Roll Rvprcscntativcg Christmas Night: Scnmr Night: Fall Mariner. JOHN VOLPONE BERNARD NVAGNER NI1I.LA XX'ARRENfChairn1an Fricndship Conmnttcv: Fun- fvst: Trnnis. BILL XVAT'I'SWChairman Butltling Cvmmrrtrr: Chairman Tichct Commiztc-cf Advisory Board: Funft-st. VIRGINIA WEEKS IELLIDRA XVEIGEL-Big "G" Club: Aftvrfsfhuol Sports. VIRGINIA XVEINER-Scrrctary Girls' Club: Radiance' Roll: ,-Iduisory Board: Chairman Funfcst Cnnnnrittur: .Ilrssrngrr Staff: Christmas Night: Svnior Night: Funfrsl. ELLEN VJENHAMw-Advertising Staff Arrow: After-schoal Sports: Mcsscnqrr Staff. LIQTIIA XVHITIEMANQP. T. II. Commitlre: Cilru Club. XVESLEY XVILBER-'Yichrt Cr1n1mitIt't': Lunrhronm Cum- miltcv: Glrc Club: Oprra: lfunft-st: Senior Night. DICK WILLIAMS JOHN XX'II.I.IAIVIS-Drbate '1'vrm7: Honor SOEt1.'lyi Philan- throfztr, Ttflzvt Conzmrtlfcs: Writers' Club: Spcakvrs' Club: Spring. I-Call Matint-rs: Christmas Night: Srnmr Night. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS LUCIA XVILSONYROII RcpresrnlaliL'c': Sorial St'rL'irt', Entvr- larnmrnt, Frirmlship Cnnznzittrcsi Funfvst. GERTRUDE XVOOD7fIdL'isory Board: Roll R4'prt-xmlatiL'c': funfml, IESTHIIR WORON+Spvakcrs' Club: Librarian. JUNE XVRIZN-Advisory Board: Social S4-rutrv, Ifricntlship Ckvmnritlrcs: Srnior Pram, P. T. A. Danff' Cirmwnrtttvcs: Opcra: liunfvst. CIHIIYU YAMALIRA fChrixlmas Night: Srnior iX'iy.lht: liunfrst, IVIIYO YAMAURA-H Clt-1' Club: Funfrst. MASAKO YAYOSI'IIf -Honor Sucirtu: Aftt-1'-schntzl Sports. NIASAO YAYOSHI STELLA YOROZU+Hnnor Sorwtu: Orrhrslra: lfrirmlshxp !'un7n7rltw. MARY ZIELINSKIfChairman ,-Irhit-L't'munt Cun1n1tttt'e: Sprakrrs' Club: Aviation Club. Marjorie Goeiz. Secretary: Buckie Tuff. Presidenlx Bill Garlitk, XJIACI'-PFPSI-tfPf1I Cf J a high school student passes from his sophomore to his junior year. a change takes place. He realizes that he is now an upperclassman and one of the leaders in school: he realizes, too, that he soon will be called upon to take the responsibility of a senior. and consequently begins to seriously train himself for this task. This year's industrious and active Junior Class has shown that it has successfully trained itself to be fit for performing the duties of the Senior Class next year. Their interest in furthering the welfare of the school has been shown by a lively participation in Girls' and Boys' Club work. and a desire to uphold the spirit and tradition of the school. With a high percentage of students on the honor society this year, and an enviable number on the honor roll, the Class of l9'15 has proved itself scholastically prepared. From the Junior Class have come leaders and faithful supporters of all school activities. in- Alias Hnllinailmti cluding branches of athletics, club work. produc- tions, and the management of Junior-Senior proms. Judging from the activities and abilities of the Junior Class. We may rightly believe that next year Garfield will have a strong Senior Class. Miss Bird. fldtisus union PETIER ABELL AMELI A ADMAN ANNE AI.HADEI4I3 EI IZABETII ANGFYINE CLAIRE AI'I1I:I.CiA'I'I1 M A RCiUERI'I'Ii ARNOLD DORA AXTIELL EVA ARONSON MARIANA AUGUSTINE ALBIERT IRALFY PAULA BARTON ERNEST BALLARD MADELINE BARRY ART BATEMAN MIMI BERNBAUM FRANK BENIEIJETTI JACK BENJAMIN KENNETH BINKLEY MARY BODLEY VIRGINIA BLACKIORD LUCILE BLAKE HUGH BOXVMAN JANE BRIIDCHEMAN EILEEN HRANDT SAM BRENNLR XVILLIAM BRYANT FRANCES CAHHIEN IIOXVARD BURKE DOUGLAS C1HAMBERI.IN MIERLI- CONN DARRAII CORBET VIIARI OTTIZ CAOOLE ALBERT COOPER MAVIS VL HXYLIEY JIM CRANE BETTY JANE CROTIIERS IJORI.-NN CIRUIZGPR JOHN LQURTISS DUIIOZJ JAMFS DAVI RON AL'ilLIS'I'I-X IJAYIS DAVID INC OU RUTH IHAIIIIERFN AUIBRVY I5oNUI.I.Y IkIIIiI.X'I.'X IHOUCQIIIIRTY RUTH IUOYLE GI1ORGIf'I"I'IE DINFS IIOWARD INURI Y THI:I.XI:X IiC'KBI.OM M :KRGARIET IYARLES I7I IZAIBIITII I5LiGI?R'I' MAR Y VGGILRT IIIARI OTTI- I'I.WI-I.I. ISII I, IflI3I-MII.I.ER .IOYC'Ii VMUNSON MIERI If I'RI5RI4'II I.II,I.I.-IN IfSKI:N.'XZY FRANK IfAIIIfY ROY CIIIARI UTTI7 I II-II! IUGLNIE IISCHIER VI Il.'XBI"IAII VSHOM I VI LOXVS I'IfilUY I I RINGFR I15I III:R I ISIIFR 'INN I URMAN KA I'III RINI5 I ORCF DOROTHY IR.-XNCO INIYRON ISIII G.XRI.I4XIi IIUCIII UII I'mI5R'I' I-RI YIU KIYOSUKV IUIIOK.-X Il-IRI I NIR CiIl,I.I SI'II RUSI- CII .XX If 0lIfll0'ZI.4 r.'1.xR.1u1z11f cgolwlf Al nr umm IIl3I.'I LIRAIIAM MARTIIA JANI CIRIMSRVIJ I.UL'IS CIRISWOLIJ .IAINIVS QIRAVI S CLI-N QIROTII JANET HARIDVN III I IAN IIASSON ISABIII IIARU IIIRAIJIE IROP1 IIOI.I.,-IND AI.IKIfRT HHINAN II.-XWKINS I S'I'III'R III.-'YI' I' CO1 IN HOLMAN IGII I IIUISISAK II MASMJ IKIIWA IKI:T'I'Y HOOKFR XIARYIN II,IfS IA! Ii ISRAII. I L'l Y ISR.'XI I. MII IURI I5 I TINA KKNIIWRUN XIAS.-XRD IXOUYI YI-S XI RRY .IUI INSON I LKIIIQU Ii ,-XSIIINO IIIJ Ii LIIARLI5 FI-I I IR A UI MAN III-RT KAYK RINNI 'l II RI-I NI: fXI.'XRCIARIT KI'I.I,I:R TIII-RI SA KIRI IINI R M NRJORII- KING IUURfYIII'IY KIRSIII X II NI I :XCIY IWURIS I,,'X'XII'lN1 JAYNI: I AMPINLQ zmfow IYIIIS I..-XMSUN IIJI'I'II I I OUISI' I I YANIJOSKI ISAAC' I IfYY I I'S'I I R I BAIUII I.Il,II'I'IIl I ANIBI Il DUN LARSON I-WIS IIUIRI III' I.I WIS RLVIAII I INDI II .IAMVS I l'IA'I I,I- ISI. I' I'Y I.U4 A5 AI'OI ONIU I UI'I 7 IBURIANIH IUNI3 IRARI ROY MAVIXI GARA I.L'NIDI'I N .IOSI I'IIINIf IXNI II VINQINI MAI IN .IAVK IKVRNIK If MANTZ I'IIYI IIS MA MAI,'IAI RNILR MARTIN INIANIIUI I RKIIAM INIARCIARI-'I' MAR IIN I'S'I'III Ii Mft RAY M 'NRY .IANI M- ANNA MASSA IJUNAI IH I A MAY MlfI.'l'cuN CIRAVI' MII I I Ii IRI-NI' IKII'I.TZIiIl IRVIYU MII I I ll I?RI'II5 IACQKIV MOMOI M ASATO MORI I'+ITT'I A IXIINKUVI' IIIROYVKI MIYALIAXYA K A XX' A AY MOUCIIITON FIEANOR MURRAY lfUfti0'C.4 DAVID MUSKATIZLI. III:I I'N NIISON Vlol,VT NUWSIIAM BURRITT NICHOLS TI:D NISHIMURA DOROTHY NORTON AI.IC'IE OGDIzN KIMIKO OKALAKI KARI. OLSON IZDNA MAY OSBUN FRIED OZIMA BOB PALMQUIST VRVINCQ PARFNT .II1RRY PATTERSON SAM PEIZIER JUNE PETERSON ANTHONY I'II5'I'ROMONAfQO l'IIARI.IfS POWIERS RUTH PRUZAN WAYNV RALSSDALI MYRA RANKO MARTHA RAUTIO DOROTIIY RI If'l'l IIAROID RIUIII, Blll RICHARDSON JAKLK ROTII ITDITII RUBIN ROSI5 RUISINSTIJN NANC '1' RUI7IiRT ARVADIO SANl'HI:Z IETHIEI. SATHIfR DON SC HAI3IfIiIl AI,VIN SCHNEIDER GIERTRUDIL SEARS ISLEANOR SHEEIIAN FRANK SHELDEN Ill! l0'CJ ISUI5 SIIII-I IIS PIIYI I IS SIIII I IHS Mlfl VIN SIIUI I I. I IfS'l'I R SII C1I,I .ILMXN SINNIYIUII 1.'XIXIIfIlUN SMI I II t.X'I'III RINIf SMI IIII .IIIXIIXIII SIXIITII M,-XIBI I SIXIII II VIRKLII SI'II KI Il M.-XR'I IIA S I'.'XI3I.I5R SAM STI-RN XX'.'XI.'I'I R STONIL JM K S'l'R.X!l DORIS SUNIBIXI-RC. .IJXNI SYPIIIR ISUK IiIIf 'I :XI 'I' IXIAIII ON IM I' IRI-A TRIL I 'I :XT IRI'I1 II RAD l.I'NI4X'll'X'I 'IIIOMPSUN MIVIIIKU 'l'OlI,'XS,'XIiI I MII IU IURRIS I STIII R L'1'lIINIl'R,'X IWIVK XX'.'XI 'I I R I RI Ib XVAY MII 'ION XX'I II CII AIYYS XX'II1II GIORLII' XX'II.-XTIXIURI I.II,I IAN XX'II'NI-R IIIfI I'N XX'lI SUN M,'XRKQ.'XRI I XX'II I SON GLADYS XVORTIIY MFXRCSIIRY Y1XIX'IAIX'Il'R.'X IXIJXSAKU YUKOYUM.'X .-MXRON YIHIM,-XN V, D B111 Maison l in--President.' Bill Downing. Secretary: Bob Hosoyutuu. President. The Sophomore class opened a very promising year with a meet- ing held soon after the opening of school at which they elected new officers and made plans for the coming year. Throughout the year the Sophomores have distinguished them- selves in athletics, clubs, and scholarship. Some have made second teams. Many have joined clubs and several have held offices. A large portion of the Honor Society is made up of the members of the class of '36. Although it has been active in athletic and scholastic affairs, the class has not forgotten the social side of school life. This year, for the first time, a number of Sophomores, directed by the class advisers and officers, presented a very entertaining mixer which proved very popular. In Funfest tryouts, the class was Well represented and sev- eral of the groups won places on the program. ln cooperation with the Freshmen. the Sophomores sponsored dancing lessons for all students. With the able guidance of its advisers, the class Mm BU'i"'CV has completed the most difficult year of its high Mm Duron' Admm school course with flying colors, and is now eager to take on its duties as an upper class. 50 7A0ll'10'C6J lirst ww Ahlmr-ww. .flllcumn .'H14n. .Hl1wn. .-Hnvulvh, .-lnmn, ,lmlvrx-rn, ,hrsvll Syfuml ww, Jrmvhl, xhw-r. Hu!! lunl, Bar-wh, liumlv limlwf Iilrmllubu, 'Ikhxnl mu' Hmdrr, Hrmwlullz, Huw 11l1'. flu lhllzm' IMXMII .hwwlw furllv. -Mfkr, I us! mw: lim.-fm, Mlm' Hhmhfm, Hmm-1. limurmm, Borla- lumi. Sccuml mu fir-nlwll. Hmmlvmwrl. H1'umlun, liruuwl Hu.-flu, Ihmnn. 'Ihiud ruw Hmm-II Humlwn, lilmwv, lirwll. l5.w'!4.'r. lxrxl mw. fullcrn fuIlrml.'r'. .X.f'upIm1 Ckumphrll, I fuplun, fullwn, li Y mln Suomi low: flzrll-uv, fllrrvr. 4 mmm, I uuzn fluw-lu, A fkfvwrwfumw. l'hnnl row, .-L Cnlwr mum. fmkrun, ll. fdvhm fm- V,l'.1I7m, fulmuu. llrat row: l'. I null, If funk, Culnvll, fuL'm'l:. Vluxq, Vrmbq, fuxhuml. Uuhl. Nunn! mu: Ilufgfmxh, J linux Uuulun. Uurqrlf. 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Thinl row' Wrrrv Yuml, Yoxhlvmlu. N'ulyz'I, u'ruJhI, IP, Zulu. I'. Ynlu, UU! nl, Zwhvrhluzf. 1 3 John illt'lJe1'motI. llfl'Nlillll'l7f.' fFt'L'ffLl l"orhes. SL'ti!'L'lt1I'll. The success of this year's scholastic and extrafcurricular activities of the Freshmen proves that the class has easily and quickly devel- oped the independence required in high school. A true spirit of cooperation pervades, and Freshmen will be found doing their small bits in the various clubs, where talents are being discovered and developed. They have eagerly seized the opportunities to get ac- quainted afforded by the Parent-Teachers Association and the Boys' and Girls' clubs. The class, with the aid of the Sophomores. has offered to all students the advantage of having dancing lessons. This was one of the outstanding accomplishments. Athletically the class has taken a few laurels, particularly in basketball. for the team has a high place in the annals of the City League. The football team is looked upon as excellent potential material for the football squads of the future. At the athletic games no larger numbers of enthusiastic rooters than the Freshmen could be found. The school principal and faculty are well loved and highly honored by the class. and already the spirit of Garfield High School is instilled in the hearts of the members mlm Si-lwifp,1tl Of' '7,7. Miss Mtlnloxh mltzstrs ZJA W1 dll Ixml mw, ,l.:mn, .-Un-I .U1uIu'1, .-Hurd: ghlurwys, glgfwvu' :Ulmm1. Scrum! mw. I. .Ulmm Xl. .lllmmfm AXm'ur1vlum. I. ,hnlusrm ,I .Imlurwn .hnlr-mm. fhwvi. Third row ,Xrm.'. Iiullnnl. .Xu-mlwrg. ,hm:lJ, Mullin. limvrmk, Xmlm. lust ww: 15.41.11 lium, I-i.Yl.h.'1, H.-Il. lirllumu. I5.'m:1'uuu, .L H4-rg I, Hun Suomi nm IfwuflLm.l. lil-flwlh. Hudlvu, Hlmlmwll. Iiurw, I5uLnIm.r!. Iiuuwlrn, lSwu.'.-rw. 'lkhxrd mw Iiuuvmm lflnlllrl lim-ulzmf, lfr-uhm, lir-nun. Iizxluw, lim' lun. 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XX'1mImlf ,I.N1Iwrz I' Vmlwn Suomi ww Nullnmv Wnulfw, Wm' Wulf. .L Nruylvl 1 Nrulhl. 5ufm:.l.: WI.-rv Vuzvw Thu-I row YumuJ:rmuIu Yumulmln YI Mwmzrvm YI-1 I: Y-mln, Ywlulu Yvuhnlrz, fuI+unIvI: lwlmxlu uajo.4Aof.4 Tumblers! Sophomore Entertainment Committee Senior Day Committee 04!cZfvfZ fe.4 l 0zW zjdfz0, 1 WCG!!! Cii0l1.i Glffnfeflca xx X I T N 'A' r Q4 f i Li' j F, QJQIVQ , W ,, 44-1 xx I fi! Y li 1 I ,, "I ,,,,5 N5 MdlfLljdZl0 X X M once 50614, Each year the Honor Society becomes a more vital part of school life, its scope of influence widening with its increasing membership. lt holds two assemblies a year at which pins are awarded to the honor students. John Holland. l'rex1denl: Jean Ross. Sl.'Lil'L'lU!'ll'iliI't'LlS- Lll'L'FI Georrliii' Maison, l'llL"l,!'L'.SIlf6'V7l.' Mr. Smith. fldL'1xer. 5? 2 an 'RS tml ll SI Al All Nllkl N8 lust nm ffiiuxxrr. lliilll low 4 ulwn lliivrilr mn Iliriwx. lloirmv. 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Xlilri, I.-eh ulmfi lufrulmfw luiflor I lilh row llwwpwn mlm: lm1in..r.i ii'..,,n.-1 U illlor' Nllvlv U .hh U fmlrif 75 IWW IVXIQ xii Nlbrl 165 liixl luv Ufwlilhlf Vlilruw ilriillil' Hilil lhflliurv lilnlifirwfri f fuiwlnvlvri I fofwrv, Seiiviul lou U 1 rrlwlr f fiufrif Y rfilfurx Ymlixx lmiluw- llim x lriiznfr I ifwn' Ihni! ww I ik. mfr: I ufruu I ufmfm fi. mini: fvriifnmv fun' xliw, llrllf' llwlrvww loullh :vii ll-iwlmnif llniyi fin lcwri lxilwulriw. fxmlrirwl fxiilf lvl lilvmn I .mi wi in, Each member must have gained fifty-six points by his Junior year. seventy-eight by his Senior year, and have one hundred and eight ai graduation in order to keep his pin. Four points are given for an A grade. three for B. two for C. and one for D. no as on , Q-A6 , CM -3" Morris Alhadeff. President: Mr. Cunningham, Aclviser: Jeff Heath, Vice-Prem talent: Chick lferries, Secretary-Trecisurer. Working continually for the maintenance of Garfields high standards, the Boys' Club has accomplished much during the past year. Success was achieved mainly through the cooperation of the committees in carrying out well-laid plans. The most difficult work done by any of the committees was the intricate clerical Work entailed by the Stamp Plan. This task was performed in splendid fashion by the Stamp Committee. As in previous years. C1arfield's assistance was asked in aid- ing needy families. The Philanthropic Committee responded by providing a pleasant Thanksgiving for nearly sixty such families. Charity starts at home: accordingly the committee held several old clothes drives to assist needy members of the Garfield student body. The Entertainment and Special Committees were respons- ible for the success of the Father and Son banquet, held in honor of the championship football team. During the school year, as part of the duty of the Boys' Club, a series of three instructive boys' assemblies was pre- sented. The Vocational Committee worked diligently to bring to the boys prominent men in different lines of work to talk on the requirements and possibilities of their particular fields. The school year was terminated with the annually successful Boys' Club Picnic, which provided an opportunity for all boys to get together for a good time and outdoor recreation. 76 S. I W :XIDYISORY BOARD l-irst row: fllhmleff. Reuhl, Koch. Heath. Hollnml, Tuglor, Second 1 x, Html, Kimi, lxrurl, llntlli. Third row: Mutul. Hiller, lezrwx, Harris The task of administering Garfield's merit system is under- taken by the Advisory Board. This year the theory of advising rather than commanding misled students was emphasized. Fifteen members constitute this efficient body. five elective and ten ap- pointive. Regardless of inspired leadership. the ultimate success of Boys' Club work depends. in large part, on the committee chairmen. Theirs is the duty of leading the committee members in the actual carrying out of Well-made plans. BOYS' CQLUIH KROMYXIITII If LIIAIRMI N Vixst row: lftnmvl. C'ul1.'n. I-I-1'r:'i-s, livutlv. Cwlirlmvan. I7 l4r'utt'm'll. Svcnml row: llrnlmlvll. liulvmurv, .VuIlumI'. l'h1HH1t7:. Heullv, J. llruu'm'll. Thin! row I ,-lllzmlvflf Koch, uitillx, l'e1ri1. Alillvrnmll. lmurlh row: lmflor, liurkv. .ll, xlllzudvfi. Iinllil l.1r7tl.wfl. l i I QL Qzelf L la! Kate Robbins. President: Marlha Harrison, Vue Presrdenl Betta Davis Treas urerg Virginia XVeiner. Secrefaryg Mrs. Anderson rldtzser To make the Girls' Club the "hearth" of the school has been the particular aim of that organization during this year. The program of activities, planned and carried out by the officers and Mrs. Anderson. together with the Cabinet and Advisory Board, has succeeded in creating a greater feeling of friendship among the girls and a deeper loyalty to the work and ideals of their club. With the aim of encouraging the younger girls to participate in Girls' Club work and in all other school activities, a new com- mittee, the Sophomore Girls' Auxiliary, similar to the Freshman Auxiliary was introduced. The members of the Advisory Board have made a sincere effort to be in closer sympathy with the girls in helping them to underf stand and obey the school regulations rather than merely punish- ing their breaking of them. The Cabinet members and the officers have been especially faithful in their work. On three different occasions all students and members of the faculty were invited to visit the Girls' Club rooms: once at the opening of the newly decorated rooms in the fall, at Christmas time, and near Washington's Birthday. These open houses, to- gether with several displays of handwork arranged by members of the Cabinet, helped to draw more girls to these rooms and to make them feel more at home there. illil 5 .UJX ISO w x 5 r l HY lSU,XlQlJ l'irsr row: llrzmfllfvn. llunlmm, lllmrl. .Ur'Ki'nm-u, lmmllnl, .Veumw Ninn. Si-cmnl mix: .limi-I. Ili-rfuuilx, Vulwfi. Cfiwlr. Wren. llurpfvu. Bimmlli, Third mu Ili xii Nllrr ll'iii1 liiiu Ili in tim N, 1 in th. The members of the Advisory Board are girls who act in an advisory capacity to all girls in school. It is their aim to enforce the observance of school regulations and to confer with violators. The Cabinet, made up of chairmen of the various Girls' Club committees, is really the controlling factor of the Girls' Club. It cooperates with the boys' chairmen in planning and forwarding the Clubs' program of student activity. Cillilh' K'I,L'lS l'AlSlNl'i-l irxt row: lhrixllunrif. lliun. lion. llvrmll, ll'ii1'ri-n, Willwn, Orin limnwtlif. fl. lluvis. lfuunx. CimIn'1', liuruhuum. Second row. Rulmlmim, lfnrnnui. lnmx. 'i' ll in I fluwwrr. lluu'kim. lf, lhzum. llulllxim, fn-r7.xx. Mrnllumzltl. ,- Cf Ill!! lXl!l,XYfIl lltlll l.1lif Krnrwrlu. Wtzliml wif. Kun' Rulxlvms. .lmw lrumim, Yvrtfrrzilr Xl wmv. lllulfm llrnziwn. IFI l9X'Il' TI .KM John Wrllllmn. Hull-n Uilwn. lxul lxwrlv, Ullwf! Ulu. lmuix ffrmttwl-I. .Ml mul, Ur. l'hllIzf1m. 5l'l'.Xlil KS' f I L'l'l MI Nllkl R5 .lfrrlill .HHH llmilll, qlufymi, lirmlur, l4i'1'nxIvm liloiuri. f lllixi 1 I I-11 I I ll '17 W Culver: llrillwvs. linux. un... ul,. llrzlruh, lllmlon, llinux, lhnrllx llrnilvm. Ixltulmfl, Ulu, fmmlliffl. U. Cvv'r'n'r7I'1rlrl. R, frr'r'l'l!fir'll r . lllzll. llrnmlzrf, llurt:LL'll.'. lluln lxurllsun. lxrurl llzum, lxmlrzmi. Klzlf, lnslc, Inprl. Hrmlvuli. 1 Xlziflur, IQ. Xrziflur, ,X'iumr1n. l'u'ml'r, l'm1llv Irvlllvufll. llulcliux. lloluluns Simi! .Xilnzrii-1 Sli-znlvrriz ,Xlumllrl Umlfzlwr-lil. U'1l'm'r, Ualllrlmv , . V lllwwrs ,Huw llllll Hu. Mull.-. ,Ulm U.:.lr'rs, RADIANCE Rott,-In 1924. the first Radiance Roll vote was taken to choose the five most inspira- tional girls in school. Each year since then, this same voting has taken place. The five girls having the most votes have their names inscribed in a large, leather-bound book which is continued from year to year. DEBATE-The Garfield debate team, coached by A. B. Phillips, was handicapped by a small turnout. The affirmative team defeated Cleveland and Queen Anne, and lost to Lincoln, while the negative lost to Franklin, Broadway, and Ballard. However, the debaters are compensated through the development of logical thinking and convincing speech. SPEAKERS' CLUB-The three departments of the Speakers' Club, under the excellent leadership of the club officers and advisers, alternately took charge of the meetings, providing varied pro- grams of interest and aid to members. The successful management of the Fall and Spring Matiness and of three ora- torical contests is representative of the year's accomplishment. THIS WR1'rrsRs' CLUB-The Writers' Club is for the enjoyment and personal help of those who like to Write. Several contests, including the selec- tion of poetry and prose to represent Garfield at an all-city meeting, gave ample opportunity for open discussion and constructive criticism of the students' literary efforts. THE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB has given special at- tention this year to the basic elements of taking successful pictures. ln addition, the members re- ceived instruction in film developing and printing. Pictures entered in the contests sponsored for the encouragement of artistic photography showed well developed technique. THE Rfioio Cruisswirh the exception of two boys, the members of the Radio Club are all new this year-fifteen enthusiasts, with Mr. Greer as adviser. The club has purchased several keys, and the boys are Working on the Morse Code. They hope by next fall to install a trans- mitter, and be on the air in earnest. r 1 .lll RAI IH .lil Lf! , all XVIJIII R3 1 I l ls .-l nu' liwrlvr l S ' 1 if i , i t . . ltntiltn X' limluiuri. limi lrull. K mln-I, Html. ll'i'i'r1m1 lull :lt n ll lull i- 1. .. 4 i-rlun. fiuln-I. Kirulnm fr m, frl'i'i'r1lli'lil. lling, lltzlrmm .ll, lliznltmr R ll: mlfum. lrum. Knut. Krmppi-. lamlz, .Ulu vmllil, ,lli1Lfi'!. .lllllll7g!iu7. fl. flxllulli. li fix! ruff, Xliur, .lilulm-1, .llixx Imam. llllt IJ: I 7llNQll.Nl'llY VI UH fillillifui, l7uu'nlHil emi. ilifssulv. Ixvhn, lXi'i'li'r, l,i'lJ.mm'. lzml imlmlf, il. Ul.xi'n. K. Ol.xcl!. l'inluim41, l'i'lllmm Stlmriiltit'u1il, .Xleil'i1l1. Mrillrul. llwnmx, .lilriwr .ss l.t1pp.'r:lruxih, JIU c., I , . l LIS luuuillvlle, fruit-1. lliuliw ltlilu mm, ffl-l.xel1. frultllwzif, rltuxerl, llifhlrr, l.immr .lli'mrx. .llillm, l'i1bxl. l'u1tlu l't'rlmim l'vurx.u Html. Slmiu, l'rvi'u1lmm. Wnllael, Yiumtiirmnhi ix 1, ,ll1. fnevrx ite CIMA, SIANII' 1 I UPS Iii-Illumf. I Iirrih. II. Iii-nh, litu- C film. f:1zsn'uIiI funn. m'II, fnrlmvll Ilzrhm, fi' 'i IIt1IiI? KuuI'mi1n.KrI7n Ixrrlri-du IXIuit'1IIur Im.I:. .lI:IIvl. llmxlc. rllmllulr .Xiu ml. .Xinzrvvwrm .S1i't'm mn. Xuwllvu. Iiwlmirllr, ll'zu1I1l, llvmrl Ixrlil. Ilruw. .Iurm'rmm, I,.1r1mn1l.' IJ l'i'Il4m ulmz. .liIr':wl .Ulu KIIISS lll'lS .lmluuruz I Iirrlh. J. l5ifvtIw Iilinlr. IsruvI. Ki1uI'nmr1. .lIi11Iin, .kilkumurrr Yu wil, I't'r.wr lfnln-:min Mem. llnlm. llizllim' .lrli-is.-1, XII. Snwllv. SI Il YV' I I l'Iv I. IS.riIw. II. Iifrilv IIIilxI7I1w. Cimrnlml. fHII111 IJ lrnlin-1 I fm.-if.-1. lmfIt1mI. fwpryrr Ilrriwll. IIwInum. Ilnrim Iilulf- Iwl. Inmlnl, Ii-tmull. Ilmrl. lI.1IlIn'it'x .llmlimrm Orniwr, I'vulI. IC I'I' ll, .Mfim-rrlutiml, .Xlurmvlff Nnnmfrl. .Sli-nh. lnluiftnln. Wlmlmnr.-. .l.lr:w1. Hr. .Xilmnzllw TIIIE STAMP CLUB--SITO carry out its purpose, the advancement of philately. the Stamp Club offers its members a variety of activities. Addresses by well-known collectors and talks by active members enlighten all on important phases of philately. Conf tests. auctions, exhibits, and stamp trades make this club exceedingly interesting as well as educational. T1-ni CHEss CLUB-By instructing the new members and, at the same time, by giving valuable aid to the more advanced players, this club has done much to improve chess-playing at Garfield. The inter-school tournament, in which Garfield ended near the top, afforded members interesting and competitive contacts with players of other high schools. THE SCIENCE CLUB-During the past year the Science Club sponsored a series of trips to local points of scientific interest. One of these trips was to the Oceanographic laboratories. The club also introduced a series of speakers who developed scientific topics in a popu- lar manner. Industrial concerns and speakers cooperated with the officers E....t in planning Science Club entertain- ment. 'llllli AvIA'I'IoN CI.uIs-Contact? Switch on? Garfields Aviation Club took off as the twenty student fliers prepared speeches on aviation. At the controls were pilot Roland Stewart. co-pilot Ken- neth Savage. mechanic Norma Hamilton, and direc- tor Mr. Wlaite. Lieutenant Merrill and N. D. Sho- walter spoke. A scale-model airplane contest helped make a threefpoint landing. TIIIQ FII.II1INo CI.uIs-One of the oldest clubs of Garfield is the Filipino Club, which was formed when the school was first established, Its members. all Filipino students, enjoy an opportunity for com- radeship. mutual understanding. and an increased knowledge of American customs and ideas. They subscribe for the weekly Filipino magazine which is in the library. Clillli l.A'l'lN CLUB-Imagine having interviews with famous people of ancient Romekeven the gods themselvesf 'lihese were among the entertaining fea- tures enjoyed by the members of the Latin Club in programs held Inonthly under the efficient management of the entertainment committee. Other activf ities included plays. contests. and re' ports on Roman life and leaders. f. LMI XYLXIIUX tllll ISIIIIII tfoltilirrq II I I IP In uv II II .XIII Il KI tu! IIIIIIII to lll IVITXU 4 I L'l I IIIII If Inf XI .Im Iwf IPI: Il II t'It.I Hut II III II II lXllYlIl'lK lr Il Il fun: IJI nv IIIIII I Il I Il IIIIIIII Ilulnu II I1 II IXIIIII IIIIIII .llIlJIImwIl. ll Riflh. .Mu Ix Ilez IIIII Il I Itltu NI1I III ll IIIIIII .lIII'IxI-I lII f I 83 X20 XXL' 7TU.fL'llllLilliVU,5 lhc Roll Rcprcxcnt.1tivc hodv iS one ol thc most .ictivc and hclplul groups in Ci.11'l'icld lligh School. lt is composed ol J president and A sccrcltlry from unch first-period tl.1ss, lhcsc rcprcscnttilivcs coopcrntc with school leaders in prc- scnting .ill ll1.lllCl'SOl' impormncc to thu student body. Thcii' main function is tht' sclling ol stamps which Alford the students p.xi'licip.1tion in xxirious school activities. 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The show opened witl1 an over- ture. .1 selection front 'Ulihe Desert Song," il-hen tl1e curtains parted. disclosing a variety of scenes throttgl1ot1t the evening, On tl1e deck oi' a yacht. tttnthlers in white logs executed twists and turns. "Scotty and Tony" then contested the popularity of Scotch and Italian songs. Uattcers in hlack and silver stepped to music in "Moonlight Rhap- sodiesf' A one-act play with a male cast revealed wl1at a ridiculous situation there would he "lt Men Played Cards as XXVIOITICII Do," "Ger.1niun1--the NVonder Horse" performed t11any tricks under tl1e eontniand of his insistent master, A novel conception was portrayed in rhytl1t11 of the well-known "Mortgage Blues," Colored singers sang spiritttals as well as liazi in the "Song oi' the Bayou." Celebrities of the day suddenly sprang front a canvas ttnder the competent lingers oi' two cartoonists. "Sweep- stakes" enihodied all the atmosphere ol' .1 day at the horse races with announcers and jockeys. Songs and dances of "Sweet l,ong Ago" carried the audience hack to the Nineties. The ttnknown mystery of trickery Dll7llCCl all in "Black lVl.1gic." ln "Ten Minutes on XVheelsf' graceful performers demon- strated all tl1e skill of roller skating. 'lihe art of crystal gaving was shown in A'Moan Doo." liinally. as the cast oi' "l5antasv in Blue" ended with a gay lV.ll'I1l finale, at1d tl1e Il1lI1lllC singer in the white lirock-tailed co.1t took his last encore. the audience arose to go, praising another liuntiest. ff 1 11 " -LES Ofilllllie Z WC On May fourth and fifth. the Music Department presented Victor l'lerbert's famed 'fliortune Teller." The effectiveness of costume and scenery and the ability of participants combined to create a thrilling performance. The complicated plot begins in the court of the studio of a ballet master. liresco. interpreted by Sol liunis, A brilliant array of dancers steps in chorus before the admiring eyes of Count Berezowski. An- drew McQuaker. The latter wishes to wed one of the school, lrma. a very charming heiress. played by Margaret Benezra, Fresco promises his aid, encouraged by a bonus of five thousand florins. The sought girl is very mtich perturbed at the proposal, Meanwhile news reaches her of the desertion of liedor, her brother. believed to have escaped with Madamoiselle Pompom. an aspiring prima donna. played by Maxine Harrison, ln search of the run- away, Irma escapes with her lover, l,adislas. portrayed by Harold Kalmans. Fresco. furious at the financial loss, suddenly has his difficulties solved when a Gypsy tribe appears. Among them is Muzette who bears a close re- semblance to the vanished Irma. Forced to pose as the lost fiancee. she deserts her Gypsy lover. Sandor, played by Morris Alhadeff, Many questions of identity arise throughout the plot. On the day of the wedding in the garden of the chateau of Count Bere- zowski. the wandering musician returns and in the "Gypsy l.ove Song" per- suades Muzette to go with him. Irma enters. disguised as liedor and is ordered killed. The scene changes to the camp of the Hungarian army. and the com- plication is finally solved when lrma goes to l,adislas. and Mulette to Sandor, lllllibl ANU llhlvttll ttYlQl'fs l Ilxl row: .lltllul lutttx .llliwry llalton f. . . Ham. Imrtutf. frrtilm, UANIB lttst rum llttlltllv. fulltx. Xmitititf. limits, fhtimller lltmtltm iecmul row. .Sit-v no!! lfitltimillt-1. l'ei,'i-r, tolli-1, Know, .Wilder Mr. Took. l'htrtl tow ,llt Robbie. Rttlv urtlson, ll-tlh. tt-1 ulfl lx er 1 t hut tl, llrormltt-1' lit1!zot'ilt'h. 'l'he Garfield Instrumental Music Department, under the direction of Mr. Cook, has enlarged this season and gained prominence throughout the city. The Band of twenty-five members and the Drum and Bugle Corps of ten played at all athletic assemblies and meets. At the championship football game between Lincoln and Garfield, the bands of the two schools were combined. Garfield having a large representation. The former two orchestras were consolidated into one and were much more effective united. 'lihe orchestras added enjoyable numbers to stage productionsi liunfesl. Opera, Senior Night, and Christmas Night, 'l'hese two groups have added materially to the musical life of Ciarfield. Ultl lll-SIILX .lrrrvstromh litter 154.11-vtwttlv, Html lltftlul. lit-1 vt't lrlti fitivmtm, Vtutitrr ihttwlwzliltvv fhtlritIft't', flttlri, llttlvutu, Ihmsltm, fttrsfwllutli. fwltlintl. fffuvl lltutiwrr llif1'iut'il!. .lfrlmwrw Ktlsl7m'r l.tllmmlt'u lulwtw: lnlttrilwlt. luttlx ,lltlllrlvtllvm .lltllfvhhzr lffltlvr, Xvvltltltlrtl, l't1llvvt'r l'.Hfri'v'. l't'fm. fC:c.'7-rltlmun. lfnlli, Hutt .Nhirm Smllfr. Xrvmltitl. Nlt't'uis Nlltzfvt-r Mufti Sttllrtuilt. ltzlcttltttlrt, ltwlwtvttyi, ltflu. lhllimttlu. l'fu1.'t'l'. llullttimx. llzlfmtm ll-mtluu, ltmtt. ltirilii l tiitixti. . t tl t i i . llfflf enelwrl. Srctuitl tow. lhomtut-1 fim- C L llJlC Clll llL'lS l'lrxl row: ,li-sjlvmriv. liwlnum llfxlwii. ,lumm .Yl7ii'1tfs, Alvin, Wimloii, llltuil. Stlviinmehi-r, llurriip. ,llz took. Second row. ll'i'1nhi'rtl Nlvieltlx. lutlrer, l'ulli'r'- sou, qllmirlwlv, llinllieltl. llitkmun. t iipwlolii Killer. lash-'1. llihirml row .llilli-1. Rem .llilJiuiuItl, lJ41tt'm'tf .K'l't'i'lmr'. litilviv. lofi in Sietlrl. ful comm lrieillvum. l ourth row: Iles 'miin I.. .Xiuui-l. Routers. l'it-rw. lim' mln, Iholp. ll'i-rrihwlrl, hirilon. Y-iiulci-. l iifwlim. I utwzmiutllv. l'ilth rim Yrtehi-:ity Viiruri, limtrtli' I.ilu', 'rum-v lwtiul, Utuliliiz, Uvllmfl' Kos 'ri lxiiiiiimiio. lump. slit-r, Nrilvilvrrlltiuil ,llulollir l'li'1nu'r. The Nonette and Chorus are two musical organizations ol' Garlield that have unquestionahlv established a high reputation for their work, Although formerly these musical associations have not heen prominent in Ciarfields extra-curricular activities. they will now play an important part in them. The Garfield chorus with its director. Mr. Cook. has appeared hefore the puhlic lout' times. lts most magnificent piece of work was during the performances ol' the annual opera. The Girls' Nonette was first organized four years ago. Since that time each Nonelte has gained such prestige that today the present group is considered one of the best in Seattle. Ciarlielcl is coming IHIO recognition musically due to the excellent work of these two groups. tlloitts lllviiilm .Ulm .'luiii'I .lislwiy Iii-infill liwi-.viti.' lirllqiitf liiiimli-if lifiwiii rliatslwi tlfipiiii rollms .l fiuvfvii C,1oiipi1 llouulils, lwlciirztrli lwiiilvi-nl liiruwi' 1ii"it lrirtlmizrv .l limiw .X lumix fiillwll Iiiill. fiom! tllitlr ffvwiltt'iu fiotzlil, filiux. lltmlillofw. llizrrixoii Hilltop lliixlrill. Hrll. llofvlciuw Horn lxiilrl. -l-iiolvutii. Kiilntilvs lxiulir lxirxhm-1 lxn-ill. lumpimi. .lliliiiillm lltimiii- .lliisxii lliiuuw .llil.'.-i llozst' lliixluilull. lliiliil Yi-iriver, Xiuivviiiv. fltmziliii lhilnui, l'ii!li'ixoii. l'i'hii I'ozli-1 lfiirtleii. lfmlc lJiuwi'lwi'. Mint, .Nliiirltlm Mvyillriirst. Xoliimim, .Xptlix .Yiiiwiili Sliiilfmitiz .Nulliviin Xui11nii'r'liiutJ. .Su liillmll liuiiii lkluiu Yiiiiuv, Williimwon. Wziin, NllYl I ll l llxl low llivlil Hurt: lli. tioolr. ,llillimllofi lximlwrr lliiz riwon. Second row I slcimiifi. f lies Nlll7lXlllUlll.llll ll'Xl7ll Iiulrtuh Iuulor, fur! lxorh. ,lirurutrt litters, I lmumeu liwuth. jl0!,,ffz0,, ommlifeea TIUNS Jllrs. xlmlt'r.wn. Hr. Choir, .Visa lfthtl. .llll Puff. .lltsa Burns, The entire school is indebted to the comparatively small group of faculty advisers and student leaders who so aptly managed and led the school productions of the year. lt was the harmonious labor oi' the faculty and students that made the four productions of Garfield overwhelming successes. The task of planning. instructing. and advising the casts of these productions required a great deal of both time and work. This year. Garfield had leaders who were exceptionally adept in managing. The plays and shows were shown to the audiences in perfect style, for all the wrinkles had been smoothed out beforehand by those who stayed so many nights after school to instruct the casts, Uslll Nts .XXV laruwlqvl X Inst 'ou Ihrirnuw ll rllnu lfolnllmfw, Ixwulmu llulenwuw, Horulnnrrfh, tram' lull. Serontl row: lftvll .ltntw Rtrlclrs l'sr!u1't' llallmwx llurww Simtel Kuufumn, .'lH1lt'l. 'lihirrl tow ,lliuww lfulvw. .llml:ot'4. t'Irm', luouur llellrx Intl.-1 ,X'r'um'r lxunultiua. .A TKAIIUITY .'XlJX'lSl'lQS Ol- l'RUlJUti- l !QC0LfIlCfi0l'1 0I41l41illi6EJ . . ' X YK ion .l lmtluli. KL1mlm'1'. lwlui. Hot'- rii lrtfiirll. Second low ll'iills. for lltippii. Hiiustluli- 'Iihiril row llalf lumix llzi ,llz l'i-Iris, lull. ilxlll Nlilxkil fHl'l.Y l IIXI ltlw ,lu situ, .llmliilm Iwi-ul. .lltt lvlltm. lli lltultf. linux. fiilrinitil. Contributing to the success of all Garfield performances and composing an essential part of them, are the Make-up Committee. the Usher Committee, the Doormen. and the Stage Crew. The members of each committee have been trained efficiently to fulfill the position assigned them. The Stage Crew is skilled in carpentry and the creation of various atmospheres with the aid of lighting effects. These students have become as expert in their work as trained technicians. The Make-up Committee is able to create characters for the stage by the ingenious use of makeup. The Usher Committee and the Doormen have charge of the taking of tickets and the seating of people. This is done with as little confusion as possible. Tlll M,Xlil'-Ul' ANU l't7S'liUMI1 KOMXlII'll l S llrst row lttllelluri. lunis. .Visa llilll. xlltmxun li. Kirwn, liltllmrsltil, li. Cireen. Second row: Wurren. Cirrus, llinxlx. Pearl. .llt-Kullmh, Iatmlim. 1:1it1t.wn, C't1t't1m1ugJh. Huge. l'hinl row. Ili-lilies. .Vellleli llurotuill, ll't'fnbur51, frriml. .llet1t'r, Rvnllru. 96 ... gs!- mm 'mst 1' t ulwm Iii-mlaifil. .Yitllilirztftilim litnl- lumis. Semml row Sami. .Yihm'itli'l F l R S 'li SllMliS'l'lfR ? Frances Harrison. Editor: Marjorie Goetz, Assislzml Editor. SISCONIJ SliMlfS'l4liRf Mary lVl1ilI1il'1Qll0f7, Editor: Curl Adllllll. Assislunt Ifdlilllf, Because of Garfield's well-known stamp plan, its weekly student publication. the Messenger. has for the last two years distinguished itself by having a larger paid circulation than any other high school paper in the State of Washington, During a year when other schools were fighting to stay out of financial difficulties, the Messenger has maintained a high standard of advertising through the aid of a Consolidated High School Publications Selling Plan and the Garfield Messenger Advertising Contest. The Messenger was one of the first high school papers in the nation to subscribe to professional advertising and feature services, lt is published by the Newswriting ll Class, and pro- vides accurate information on the various activities to all students subscribing under the stamp plan. A if crijtigliqgflc Mr. Bl'l'f'!', flduiser. K, 94 S l Al-l'. l7IlQS'l' SliMl-N Il-R - Standing: Loring .llt'llu1l. ffurf Kofh, HtlI'Ul7 Mtmlz. Seated: Erlmq Ret-tl, Nurmtm Piggoll. Murlhti l7ltII'I'I-SUIT, Eur! fll7t1't'l'.SOI7. i STAI-lf.Slft1ONlJSl5kll-A ll R -Standing: Jtltl: livrrg. lllttrl 1 I7 flflt1r'll7ull. Sealed: flllnvrl Htlntm. lit-tty Starr. fltIl'l77L'I7 Ilitltt' twin. Mirrwin C't1st'if. Messenger work has become so increasingly popular in FLTCIII years that it was necessary at the beginning ol' the second semester of this school Year to restrict the Newswriting ll class, which is the stall. to the thirty three former Newswriting students who received the highest grades in an elimination ICSI. This year's stall cooperated well with Mr. Brier. the journalism adviser. to make the lklgggqngqrg Ol' the 1016734 season the equal of any ever ptthlishetl at Ciarlield. 'lihe editor and twpy editor during the first semester acquired many valttalule Stiggestions .tt the Uiiiversity nl XVasliingltm High School l,eatlei's' and Journalists' Ciml'ei'eiiee. wiaii .-xmsiaxis inn ww .sniff tint na.-.N li.H .im.i.1.'n. 14tt11...fi,t..,-Int st-.--mi .mi lsfni- leapt-if lm,-.ifi fiipttltrlu, .lrtfrv-wry, lpwluin. ll't'im'l. llitlll. fxrlir. lhiiil rtvw Html! l'tm.'intf. lliriwl, lirfitvv. fxtixlrm-i. lvtivl, .Nltiiltt A. K i i JE If 'iii 2 a O -an ACQ -Q- Although the Arrow staff has in truth tried to better the annuals of former years. the purpose which it constantly has kept as a goal is to edit an accurate, attractive, vivid record of the year's activities, permanently valuable to every student. The work toward that end starts the first day of school in September. The first step is the planning of each and every page in minute detail, The taking of hundreds of pictures, writing of copy, selling of advertising, mounting and nam- ing of pictures, typing of copy, hurrying to make printer's and engraver's dates, proof reading, and final checking, accumulate into a steady rush occupying the time until the books are finally issued. It is through the spirit of cooperation and service of the staff members, and the helpful, patient leadership of the annual's adviser in guiding the "greenhorns" over the varied difficulties encountered that the Arrow is successfully published each year. ,TL 6 gf TTU W Miss Thompson, Xlrluiser. Peggy Arneson Editor ln Chiefg Tom Elliot! Assistant Editor: Warren Phzlbrzch Business Manager 9 ARROW STAIIII-Back row: Redclekopp, Pritchard, Mor- gan. Manhoff, Kollack. Front row: Phipps, lfaurol. Innis, HIIIPDPUV7, Kennedy, Maison. The task of publishing the Arrow is divided among many students who form the staff. The editor-in-chief and assistant plan and supervise the complete annual. The book is divided into six sections: Personnel, Organizations, Productions, Athletics, Features, and Advertisements. An editor or manager is in charge of each. under whom are assistants who have personal contact with particular organiza- tions and may thus write a more authentic account of them. The art editor creates artistic work in illustrations and lettering. The financial success of the book de- pends upon the business manager and his assistant. They must by selling pictures and advertising complete the payment of the Arrow, part of which is arranged for in the stamp plan. Finally the circulation manager compiles a subscription list and supervises an efficient distribution of the finished Arrow to seventeen hun- dred students. QOW i'ON'll4llhL"IU!lS liisl row: flllmrli-ff, .llilrln-ll, Illini, lialluril. Rugsilule. Dunforil. Second row: Broom. Koch, .llcKinni'y, ll'i'i'fzi'r'. lliwrisim. J. Iii-nh, Iirtztliwt. Third mw: Ross, I, Berth. Prilclvurd. Horn, Larsen, Humillim. Jaxx W., .W ""'? I 'he Colored Sex! el Ie Buclzxl age C: 1uil,uA0f.f Make-up Experls w I 611401 X. X ,w s '15 .use at M ,L, all Homer Harris Clara! Another perfect season for Garfield's football team increases the total of running victories to thirteen, over a period of three seasons. By coming from behind time and again to win the ball game, the men on this year's eleven proved themselves to be real champions. In spite of the fact that the line was light and frequently outweighed, it was never outplayed, for what was lacking in poundage was made up in speed and sheer fight. Having natural speed, such blockers as Yana- gimachi, Carlson, Ferries, Heath, and Harris lending power, and the wily Brigham add- ing deception, Garfield had an offense inferior to none. The powerful run- ning attack of this year's team Eugene Mantis George Couach George Height Ed Locker Dick Kummer Brennan King 'fChick" Ferries was matched with an equally ef- fective passing attack, which though seldom used, was al- ways a constant threat and proved to be the deciding factor in the champion- ship game with l-in- coln, played on the sodded field of the University of Washington. X933 Revealing but little of the power that characterized their later games, the Bulldogs started their season with an un- impressive I2 to O victory over Cleveland. Gaining mo- mentum. Garfield took the Indians of West Seattle into camp, 20 to O, the following week, and then capped early season performances with a thrilling second- half come-back that beat the highly touted Ballard eleven, I3 to 6. Following this demonstration of power and their inability to quit with more impressive exhibitions against Roosevelt and Broadway. the Garfield supercharged eleven W. ,. -..M 1 ,. , reached the Lincoln game, unbeaten and fi ' un-tied. In this titanic battle for all- V N city honors. the accurate passing of ffwff Hfafh Captain Homer Harris, the winged xVCIdgq!L1flhZ feet of Sam Bruce and Geoff 'f Mike Igobuh l-leath, and the brilliant and Elmer Carlson inspired playing of GVQFY 1 Charles Russell Garfield man, gave Gar- H 4 e SamBrUCL field 3 dfsisivc 19 I0 7 G C Harru l,t1l7LIUl'l77t1Chl victory. and also first possession of the new Michigan Trophy, emblem of the championship. IOI V f , ,, G JN an A 'Nil' 'W as ie M -sa p Z-e g5fz.4AefAaff This years team was an aggregation with potentialities that at times flared forth and made it unbeatable. But because the Bulldogs couldn't continually play the brand of ball they were capable of. the hoopsters fell short of the coveted position in the final standings. However. - the squad managed to be Hon" enough to land . ,i, ' g in the upper division and to win more than i :"' f iie f fl half of its gamesfseven out of the twelve J , played. In addition. by having the fewest X points scored against them, the tall and rangy Bulldogs established themselves as the strongest defensive team in the league. Garfields scoring was led by Ed Shupack. who finished well up in the individual scoring race, and Homer Harris. who fol- lowed not far behind the Mcrdo BMI!-U ' leaders. Shupack made Charles RUS-WH something of a record in 11,0 ldpufm, ,Av - i.7.. the hrstflooseveltcon- . " i test, when he made all of the Gar- 1 field points. N llll 5 in - L 'nl' L , iw ' Gi' Q 2 .::- X933-1934 ln the opening game of the season, the highly rated Garfield team was the victim of a surprising upset. The underestimated Broadway hoopsters set the overconfident Bulldogs back I4 to l0. The East-siders trounced Queen Anne in the next game. and then dropped a heart-breaker to Ballard. I6 to l8. Coming back in great form, Garfield defeated Cleveland Z7 to ZO, but then slipped, taking its worst beating of the season, from Roosevelt. The team was Hon" again in the Franklin battle, and turned in a thrilling victory. In the second Hai- , Qk W round Garfield defeated Broadway, Queen Anne, Cleveland, and then rose to superb heights to knock off the league-leading Roughriders in a hard-fought game. Very much the underdogs in the con- test, the Bulldogs were. neverthe- V irweuy it t o s 'NO' ,.' N221-Q" less, very determined to win. and win they didn-l'3 to IZ. Six letter men will he in school school again next year to form a valuable nucleus for another excellent team, Homer Ht1rr1'.s Ar! Bula-'rmm l'ltII'I'tl Cifl-CIUHKII7 Sum B1't1:'e BI't'I7!7tIl7 Kimi lfll 99' 4 Q l at t 1 I .cv ,- , X 4. if K 2 ein ae , if t 4: MW W ,, A In . Chick Ferries Mike Koblyk Harold Ruehl John Potts Ted W1'nsIote' Eddie Benkerl Dave Wl'Il1.GD7S Art Bateman ff Qaeda!! 1933 The 1933 Bulldog nine proved it was a fighting team and if t, Q, we .vii x R XQNIV i X ,fi was 1 f, YWUPE 7 J W l ' 'A iff y? . by deserving of the championship it won. After a series of bad breaks that put the team at the very bottom of the league the Bulldogs had power and determination enough to overcome that handicap and then go right on to win the pennant. lt Wasn't until after the third game that Garfield hit its Winning stride, but no games were lost after the first three. When the round robin ended. the team standings were so knotted up that the only way to determine the pennant winner was by an elimination tournament in the lower division and a round robin in the upper half, the winner of each meet ing in a final championship game By knocking off Lincoln and Ballard the Bulldogs earned a place in the final game with West Seattle whom they walloped 8 to 5 jg N I i to bring home the much se,nEh.e . coveted championship E mliil' B fi I M, ,ttyttitii 5 y I i ii A if 5 1713515 J r MoJ QQQftWNQE ' BENQ, li ,Q iivelie is 1 ef mu E gala!! 1934 I After the first eight games, the Bulldog nine stands as the only undefeated team in the league. The squad's success has been due to the coupling of a strong attack with a steady, consistent B E' defense. This balance of offensive and defensive power is H F' shown by the scorebooks: only two teams have succeeded in getting more than two runs from the Bulldogs. and as Q only one team has held them to less than eight runs ' a,.i ,,, Q F in a game. Heath. Bruce, Black. Winslow, Koblyk, Reuhl, and Ferries have made this year's nine a pitcher's nightmare. The defense has been sparked by the excellent pitching of Dave A'Ackit" Williams, a sophomore, who has XM' iv pitched Garfield to five out of her eight victories. With three more games to play. the team stands an excellent chance of finishing the season un- defeated-a feat never before accomplished by any other Bulldog nine. Watch these fellows go in 19 35l r 12' at ACKRV 1 , fa' M 1 it -K .e - kill I n zum 3' Geoff Heath Bill Black Don Parkin Bill Hill Sam Bruce George lnouye Brennan King Charles Russell Gerald Snocldy .., yu .. i xx ,. r, I if Fl n IOS A W emlmf-. ,. B. fililrfilrla . ,NVE fat? . N Y W- , , QW! 1933 Mfamxx at-5 'awk , E. Q 9 ,f, f , .t a 3 55 .i kai. I 4. Q 25A . 1 111 : I Johnny Harrop Wh1'tney Miller Harry Yanagimachi Jim Church Ernie Prosser Bill Lindsell Tom Wold Henry McBee 5 . Y s. W i Garfield's 1933 track team, much weakened by sickness and in- jury, lost its first dual or triangular meet in nine years to a powerful squad from Lincoln. However, as the season pro- gressed and the wounds of the Bulldog healed, he swung into his winning stride and Cleveland and Broadway. West Seattle and Franklin were beaten in triangular meets. ln the Relay Carnival, the Garfield baton passers established three all-city relay marks: the low hurdle shuttle relay, the 440 yard relay, and the 880 yard relay, but could gather only 22 points against Lincoln's 23 for first place. In the last dual meet of the year, Garfield nosed out Roosevelt by a close margin of 3 213 points, but a week later, in the All-city, the Bulldog thin-clads could collect only 31 points and third place. Lincoln had 37 points for first, Roosevelt, 31 M for second. This was the first time in five years r that Garfield failed to ' f'i a ff ta k e this in e e t, b u t g H o m e r H a r r is took xi' .,,.,,, iw ,EL Y Wi.. 5 3 ,if individual scoring 3 .5 i with 13 points. 1 0 ci ,, Sai was , . Neff fi 1 wt lg ' f as . .fsi .f ,Qt- iii 1 H aag N234 A streak of good weather in the early part of March gave the Garfield track team a chance to begin early the fight to regain the track championship. Early season time trials showed that y this year's squad is one of the best teams that ever trod the chief local cinders, and that the chances of Garfield capturing ,ff - ' the All-city meet are very good. In the first meet of the year, the Garfield Bulldogs were victors over Queen Anne and West Seattle by the score of 58 to 28 and 27. The next scheduled meet was with Lincoln, but it was rained out. The week fol- lowing, however: found the Bulldogs win- ning from Franklin and Broadway 55 to 35 and 22. In this meet, Homer Harris threw the discus l 33 feet, seven inches, surpassing all existing high school records in the state. The Bulldogs took the lirst all-city competition of the year by winning the Re- lay Carnival. In this meet the Garfield cindermen established three new relay records: the low and high hurdles relay and the shot put 107 relay. -BN ,2- c 'Y K' 3 Homer Harris Raleigh Taylor Carl Jakoslzi' lVilI1'am Bryan! Eugene Manus Bill Garlick Jim Holmes Fred Travis aa , ef.: Kg ,sf ai gill ' im si' N l Boys Coaches Mr. Rushing. Mr. More. Mr, Brigham. Mr. Baxter M1 Whilson. Garfield is not necessarily gifted with better athletes than other Seattle high schools, but it does have a group of coaches that are hard to beat. Largely because of the ability of this group of men Garfieldis championship teams have been nu- merous, and the teams that Weren't champions have seldom been far behind the leader. As head coach and directly in charge of first team football, basketball, and track, Leon Brigham has established an en- viable record for himself. The ability of Mr. Brigham to get the best out of a squad has been instrumental in the success of his teams in inter-school competition. Always a contender, is a fitting description of any team coached by Mr. Baxter. Squads under his tutorage are base- ball, Freshman football, and Frosh-Soph basketball. A recent addition, and successful member of the coaching staff is Mr. Rushing. His tennis teams are always near the top. An expert golfer himself, Mr. Whitson imparts his talents generously to his squad. For those students who don't quite qualify for inter-school competition, Mr. More conducts a fine and complete intra- mural program. Ieflfff Standing: IS. Iiurliilz. Song leader, Kneeling .l, .lIi1t'hi'll, pl Natlilml. li. lhwubuuglv, J. Holluml. Yell Dukes: .ll. IH-rru, Yell King. This year's yell staff, led by Marcus Perry, the Yell King, has done a fine job of leading Garfie1d's organized cheering, during the past year. The squad has been active at football games, basketball games. pep assemblies, and mixers. The special task of leading yells and con- ducting a card stunt at the University Stadium during the Thanks- giving Day Championship game, was given the team this year. The work of caring for Garfield's athletic equipment falls upon a group of boys who. out of pure desire to be of service, offer their aid. The head managers. who are appointed by Coach Brigham, are the only ones who receive any compensation for their Work. Head man- agers for this year have been Al Robinson for football and spring sports. and Ed Johnson for basketball. BUYS' hl1XN.'Xfil5liS l HRK row: Cn-rm-r, Vo.-, I"uu'1hmp, Chili-r. Wulli-rx Second row: Salman, Sorrnxim, Hrutvn, .-lhi-I. Third row: .luruIw. Ciurumw, I'Iumml .S'mIi.m1. lo. I Rl 5llM."xN I UU'lil'm'll.l lust mu Mvtrptrtlz. lullvr limi, ,lloiin-. limrvvtlu, St-cf ond row lllwhwi. lhfrmpmfr. I.i'-lmoltl Kool, liiottvr fitrpf nur. lliird row: .Stimit'lI. Dtiitv nit' fivtlil. Kumi. gl, ftiplim. fiirllun. ltltlftfi. lwsurlh row I I tipitm Uitfrtilh Ciozivwif. lttfmv lxvufwi Rrwl. IMI- rtwlri. . 7 ' gvoya flftfaza l SIAUND TEAM l-OOTBALI. liirst row' Mill.-r fiultlt-ron Ki-mr. Stotvvll. llurhms. Second row Youth Zcdit. ll'hituh.'utl. Lamson. Mangmi. Snulh. Youth lJit'l'zl.-s. Third row- Shinn. Cut-ifnbtritl Ltmrh. lmutmz .lltiisim SECOND Tli,-XM BAS- KIiTBAI,l.f ffliirsl row: l.i'L'lnt'. Kublyk, 'l1'uL'tx. Courh Auron. Second row' Brute. Cimaui-r. Kollutlt. The Garfield second team. like the first team. won all of the games it played. but so did the l,incolrt second team. and the season ended before a playfoff could take place. leaving Garfield and Lincoln holding a joint second team championship. The pltlclsy Pups. though lighter than last ycar's squad. gave a very credit' able account of themselves. winning two out of the four games played. Sparked by McGrath in the backfield and l.eshgoId in the line, the yearlings battled their way into third place. XVith five wins. five losses. and two ties. the Garfield second team baskctcers completed a reasonably good season, ranking fifth in the final hoop standings, l.evine. a last year's veteran. was high scorer and one of the most dependable players on this hard-working squad, The Garfield Sophomore Basketball team. attempting to make up in sheer fight what it lacked in experience and ability, did not have a very successful season. Although the men played good ball. they were only able to emerge victors in three of their eight games. At the end of a hard and well played season, the Freshman Basketball team found itself in a three-way tie for the championship. The Pups defeated Ballard in the first game of the play-off but lost the deciding game to Broadway. Second team baseball lasts for about six weeks. and is maintained largely for the purpose of getting the first squad into shape for its games. The second team is composed mostly of underclassmen who. by the experience they receive with this outfit. will develop into first team material. 9 Oy! Glfllafza SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL liirst row: Sing. Willmms. llill. Second row: Coach Bax! ler. Neuprrl. Dulgli-ish. John! xon, Third row: 1.4-u.'is. Beach. llurrlgim. Husogutvu. 'AQ' 534 i av' SECOND TEANI l5ASl2BAl.L lfirst row Sing. Coe. Burke. Hosoyuwu, Sheldon. Lacy, Second row: Matxon. Tuff. De! wiler. Harrzgan. Third row: Dadosiu, Vur on. Rrser. Downie, McKay. VRESHMAN BASKlfTBAll.- -liirsl row: Simi. Shupuck. Cdllvll. Lexhyold. 'lirenI, Kenrtcdy. Jesperson. Seco-nd row: Couch Ha.x'ti'r, Bellamy. lVi'se, Kessler. Riser. Shwl. il l-NNIS ltist row Ht111'1.x llt'utlie1, futnlr Rushrml, .lliltlv lROSllfSOl'll 'l'RACiKffliirxt row: .Ut- Luughlm, Neuperl. Johnson. l.uuw, Vue. Item Second row: Sulmun. illulhis. Cinotl- iyluk, Hasxun. Ilulgleiwh, lJeItL'1lt'1', Nich- ols. 'llhird row: Smith, Ttiultmr, Beucli, I. liupltm, Kuplun. llunfortl. fourth row: f'ot1th 1511511741111 fitlllup. Sprotti .llcfirulh I-'rithwn lirityhum I't1lt'r. eil. Cirnlh. Second row l't1ti1'tt! .llutri. lliilltmtl. Kirvt-n. Jultlvn w17.'llilrtl iuw lxtimuth. Ixus fer l.1llm1 Htilluitl. fttil. 9 C 1' Uygi .5-1!z'AfeiZf.i liOl,l list tow l'i1n'nl. .U1lIe1. Koch. ffouth ll'hilscm. Huw, U. Hrutuvivll il lS1ott'm'!l. Second row Iflith. Cmrviuu. Keir. ,Wulf fmt' thrills. I-urtl. .llurphu. XVhen these under-class cindermen hung up their spikes this spring, they left behind them a record of accomplishment. The strong lirosh team, led hy Taylor. Hasson. and McGrath, showed real strength in winning its All-city Meet. while the less powerful Sophomores placed third. 'llhe Garfield tennis team completed its regular season undefeated. but the final doubles match with Broadway was rained out. Upon the outcome of this match rests the championship. Garfields success depends upon the ability of Ben Harris and Harry Kessler. Golf forces have not fared as well as they might this year. but they played each game to the finish. never acknowledged defeat, and were not discouraged. After a very disappointing start, they managed lo come back to win two of the eight matches. Ill IN l if lxll ll Xl IB XSlsl l lk Xl l .Xhttfmilr I urine ll, ln the fall intramural haskethall sehedule the tall and rangy team. captained hy lid Shupaek. led the field. Mendel Genauers quintet finished first in the spring season without a single defeat registered against them. Pietromonaeok team was second with hut one reverse. Over thirty hovs answered Mr. lVlore's call for paddle wielders for the ping pong tournament. Manx' enthusiastic students followed closely the progress of the tournament. as players battled for the top position, Harry Renton estab- lished himself as champion by defeating Peter Ahell in the finals, A team fast gaining popularitv in Garfield. and even throughout the city. is the lmys' tumbling team. NVidely varied types of audiences have been enter- tained hv the team this vear. and for the first time, the boys were awarded letters for their efforts. Ik'Kll'1lINti l iisi itiw lltiitm. litiuiii lJtws!.w .Sunil .lmleutiu. l'1i'll-im ir ti s.-taint .uw .sr,a,i1t.1r, l.i,Wt.,, u an it lxiistilui I ruin. Tliiitl vow: lltfittilli hui' uxiltttl .lltwlf 14411 lie: ,I , ffftfefzfi PING PUNG limml I ip mtm. lliullers Iltirn Kilpltm Rtiwtitl: UC .4 G-fflfefza Girls' Coaches: Miss Lappenbusch, Miss Jurgensohn, Miss Whit- fT7Of8. The girls' coaches, Miss Whitmore and Miss Jurgensohn, are two of the busiest people in Garfield, and they work. not for themselves, but for the girls. Each year adds a few more duties to their already overloaded day. Miss Jurgensohn has charge of the dances for Senior Night, Christmas Night, and the opera, while Miss Whitmore takes charge of the after-school sports, Miss Lappenbusch has also been assisting in after school turnouts when Miss Whitmore and Miss Jurgensohn found it impossible to be there. In addition to these, there are outside affairs. This year the Annual Folk Dance Festival. to which Franklin girls are invited, took place here, and due mostly to the good work of the instruc- tors, it was a great success. Hikes on Saturdays and after school are also enjoyed by the girls because the teachers are willing to give up their time. Garfield girls are fortunate in having two such teachers, and the interest in the girls' gym would greatly decrease if they were not there. It is they who are causing the girls of Garfield to be among the leaders in health, in sports, and in new gymnasium activities. In the vernacular of the yell leader-Four for Jurgensohnf and Four for Whitmoref 4 lxurmnof, Q uh.-n, The Big "G" Club has had a very successful year under the leadership during the first semester of Lillian Hasson, and the second semester of Lillian McKinney. The purpose of this organi- zation is to back all after school sports or any other program hav- ing to do with developing a healthy body and good sportsman- ship. The most important function of the club this year was the conducting of the All-city Big Letter Club Breakfast. This is an annual affair held each year at a different high school. The Breakfast is a substitute for the Girls' Athletic Association Con- ferences formerly held at the University of Wasliington. Its main purpose is to bring the girls from different high schools together so that they may discuss their school standards and plan for im- provement of their own. At this meeting Mr. Brigham stated that inter-school athletics for girls may soon become a reality. At a meeting in March it was decided that from this time on the Big HG" Club will be more than a name in Garfield club life, Interest was increased immediately, and the club is headed for a bigger and better future, that is due to surpass former achieve- ments. Much of the success of Girl's Athletics is due to this bene- ficial organization. BIG "Ci" l'l.Ul3 r Hvrglm, Husson. ll itll I n Wy. nr Nully, um fl Second row: Knl II I h r ll ll Wmglvl, Iituileq. Hlrr 1 lh d r Munll. l.ighlvr. m ll 9 l UC J I ' gf Hlllfgf JUN1oR-srxlcm t1oc'Kt'Y - tim raw. Html lit-rglm. Robbmx, .llt'Kinm'u. .llnltllettm fitinrm, Second row C'ooper. Ht-rtelli. limtleu. lfleltltur. hull. 'l"hii-tl row: lmntrutr. Hurri- aon, liunrinuf, Filter, fulvm. The Juniors came in first as has been their habit since they came to Garfield. The Seniors took second place after several hardAfought games. .l"R,OSllfSOl'll llUliKliY lirst rtvw l.i't'tf. llrmltw, fw- Uuth, Vmul. Uvlirlil, fllmtvx- lima. fkirvzphell, Wt-tyel. Htille. l'ott't'lx. Seconil row: Snlrll. llopkms. firms. OtfL1m,SIruet- er. illulll. Renlflo. Imhilutft. Ytirufu. Thirtl rowt ll, l't.xl7- vr, .lltf'uIIoth. Kushi. J. l.et'u. .l, Fish.-r', N. t'rwht'n. lnuuue. IJt'Sur11u, Although neither was the champion, the lirosh- Soph girls certainly have possibilities ,for the fu- turelcmanygof them made the -St.v'lteam. tl' .' p ' 1 YJ A 5 T .ft . A t JUNIOR SLNIOR l5rXSKl"l'll.'Xll larsl rmx Lum. Rtibbtrrx, tlimn. lltrrfisuri, flmpt-1. Kumi' mil. Bellullz, llr!t'ht'l, lnoutfr. ullrwnulirw, het ontl row: Crum, Diruulua. Xlttitllrlttn, ll.-Ile, II.-V lirtll, lit-rtylm, .lltKmm-if. Although the Junior-Senior turnout was small. their interest and enthusiasm was great. Their games were fast, well- played. and good examples for their fellow classmen. l-liOSll-SOl'll IEASKlQ'l'l'wAl.l, l ir-st rowi llalxon. l't1sx. Cilum. fuftlttm C'tnt'iul7. Wi-:yt-I. xlsuhu. Second mw: Ytimfu, llott' t-it Dt'Sun1tn. Yolztrtmmu, 1.vt'u Thiitl row: .llcfxulluth I-mher, lime. Imititfv. Iimlletl. Hull, The Freshmen have been here only a short while, but they've al ready found that all roatls to Iiun lead to the girls' gym and games with their superiors, the Sophs. llb Gil 'Q 6 ll Xllllf Nl Nlllll l'1.XSl lixl l l tis! rtvu .llrtl.tli'liw .llifim ,-Q 9 Qfzff. :M !.fz.1. lillll 5' hlXY,Xlil'lCh l ttst Iuw. ll iltltl llitivltlftttl lillvfi lwll lltmrillttiz t ttfwrv Serunil wiv Ili-rtllm .lli Krrmetl .lliilillefitn tilt-pi-1, Ktzwtwtf, .N new managerial system was adopted this vear. and proved highlv sueeessful. Members ol' the Big "G" Club were chosen to act as managers. and each girl was given charge ol' a single sport. mr, llrltlltrt, llmiisltrm Il.!l. livllfrlx. Sreivlitl init' fmt'- ll.'.Xiuvlft Iietti-Ili llaitftl llilifwl 'lihtril tim' list-fi.: Dtttltfltlx fxttrwrrrml ll wilful! lsillrlir fitiri, After last years Sen iors won the champion' ship, this vear's team is trving its hest to follow tn their tmitsteps. lt re' mains to he seen whether it will he successful, inn llittrltllutr' l'l'1rvmii lhtttlx ll titfvf. fist' trims .Slurrmrv ll rtirlal ltxhiriitli, lJt'.5i1f'1ii Iltttif. if I -it ln lhiiil :tm IC-me lixliir twin-ri lltf tifltiili Irwin. i- c lhe natural hasehall talent ol the timierelassmen marks them .is .1 stro etmtentler lor the lattrels, in spite Ol their lack of experience. l'lNi. l'HNt. l iist mn Xrntltr lfwtrifi' lislwlttiri lmtlm. l lit't1, Yefmitl mit' llitlilii lim ,Ut lxwm if l tmrphell .W1i'lrvtim. lliu-Z llif-'1 l hurl ww lirwliitn I tiff:--rt X t .iluv lxiiwmitl l.l ern. fit-rv. Ping pong is a spur classes, hut the most enthusiastic tontentlers tor the rhampionship ire loitnd aiming the liriwsh-Soph Qirls, l!7 -we '28 qu ll aff'- AQ.,,flx' -T xo: l Mgl,.4-r, I i . A-If , A t" 9 get Cffillflifa Crllll lirst ron' ,ll lftlntxlmrl. lltnlz, l'. ,llultittu .llillt'r, lllirrm tltiitw-in llimtx. .llnrplm llurrrtim. Second mw .lltfnll. .l, liumfluirl lhitltlumtiii. liirltil lxhuni. lirtilmtwlzif. ll't'tt!t'! lftrw ilihtrtl :uw l' .llttrpht1.ilt'rikiris, leml Iltimf ilmn. Smniiir, ftitmr llittlii-1 tllit-tl lhwtt, Under Mr. PorIer's ahle instruction. many girls learned the art of playing golf. Al the end uf the season a play day was held. Vt1lllYI'i.'Xll Inst mit .llrtttllvliim .lltlimm-if lint! lm 4-wtirlr llvlifztf, .llmnt limi llriitlvv. Sefutitl row lltimilltni l.t'i't1, lliipliim lluvil lktitityluw lfulllvtl I .itiptfi 'l'hirtl iuw l. fkilwii llimlf lltitftl .lmft'l. Ruu- lrmtrnig l uurth ww Ytilm numiz Ktzmilitnlf .lltf ttlltrtli lulwtr .X tiilitu. litnlleif After several prelinif inary games in whieh the Seniors held the tmp posi- tion. finals were played and the lfrosh upset the upperclass girls by taking first place. ill5V.'XXl l ll l'l Nhflh l itst inn lllttll .Xwtt lin llls! Nlriiitil. lizievlu llrllw .ltnvt'tL' ,lltlt lililrvt llnlltirrtttf Settvntl itvw lftilnvt fttllull, llt-int tltftiiii llimt ll.-ith.: lltnulitlitti .lr tlyim .ll.t1.i. lhiril mu' lmfxl fnlii-n frenz: ri.-,will l,i..tnf.' lc.w1i., .l..t..tt.'. Isnt.-. Advanced players. including interme diales. helped teach the beginners the I'ine points of the game: then they held a tournament of their own. , w . I I ' l, V 41 ' 1 1, i . , I ' vt . I I 1' ." I lil iilNNl RS l'l Nfilh I iist mu l'.nt' rrx .llttltllrlum Huw lliltl: l lltzlri llautl lui:-'I t titilt. lltltt ll'.iil:.t .ltvlrvi ww l'tist. Seeinitl mw finlvriuit lwtim' lxtutixulriz .llmnvluw ltmlim. ttnluttw ll fix ll'il.wvi IM lim. .llt liirrltltl Vlihiitl mit Ytrlwtftirmi. Xulwri. lllim-v .llli wr! Ytilmr ttitwitlv Rtilit' Ritlzlus lltir: liuril llauix. l' .Nt-It-ui. lutxrth ww. xl. fluff' l nt lit' Knxlrt l. lltilit .llttlttit Yintll llmtiirzll filimll. fum!-' l't'ull l ttth iuu ll. Clitm. fliinu, lm: lit' Ntuitii, lilizlflrez litht-1 .lltt ullivtli, ttihm ll .im-1 Kttwim-1 l.it1lvl.-r. The heginners learn the game from experience in matches with other first year players and through a great deal of hard practice. ll.Xl7XllXlllX l tlxl FUW, lloutlltn, ll. Kifimw. .llitltllv ton lltillwll Seeontl row fiom Ii.fft1Im.ti-I-nn. lhird row Imi- winnl lliuiiwn Iiqhltr .llimll 'l'he Junior-Senior fall badminton tournament, won hy Margie Slater, aroused enough interest to warrant .1 spring tour- nament for all girls. .ltxlott st Xllttt 'I im' lx I im tow- tlnlfller low U. lxwmii l4umlm. .llnvmlintn llrlle. Ile lliilx. St-ctwml row Cuptilnlti. lJi'Stinln. liuilelli ll .-1.1.1. I I.-ltlwi Ci-we 'l'lnril row' t nop.-1, lknntilm lximwfmt Winilctxfl l.t1JfPli'!'.Ciol7, Junior and Senior girls find track with its tests of slcill. accuracy, and speed, a good wav to earn one hundred points toward the much coveted letter --'the big UG". I lil sttxmx SUI'llttXlt7ltl 'l'li."Uil'i I nxt mu. lttrtzwo linlwin, lla-:ui-I, frn.'ut'h. tn-iw l'1-neu l?.'.Xiinln Inu.-r. lloiuizit-, lm ltr, lhinltmo. Second tow lrimio .lluk Int: r nlnttift lntn-I. IMI: Otltlen. Slrti.-it-i, lluolflhur Ilimlrr. K tmvnhiifl 'lihird row. firms lxotki .llt:l:i, l5o.ll.'u lf. .YuI.son. Vurnum Itxliiroiu I mul ll'1it1hl. .Miniv- lii l'tiu. l ourth row Yorizti Ynmzii Him lixhwr N. Kohn: lltf tillorh. lrvouuw. link. lnlcttqiimii. li. fohen. Ili-anim. Track is a favorite sport with the lower classmen because they have discovered that pitching. run- ning. and rope climbing are inter- esting ways to spend time after school. Ill? ,-Q 9 Qfaf. C-lilfffifa .Xltf lll HY' Standing Jtzmlwxen fnyvm-1 lliiyvul. .lltllwn lxeltlmm Rma. lumen .llrnxly lmitl. Kneeling 4 when lnml. .lppli'tmlt', The archery class decided who the most skillful archer was by having A series ol' trials. at which the highest score for the day was kept. At the end of several weeks, Mildred Horn was pronounced the winner. Here's a sticker M 44014 Barnyard Golf Did he hit lhlf' cfQ2dlfn,'C6zi XX X LIHIIJAOII Cliff 0011.4 , I - H A ff ?'? ? ff?f N I ,sf L ' Aff V S rf' 7 .. am 5,- N... .- ,W M ,Aw W . lf: .- 1 ,Q , '10-nur Q i ,im ,,,,.1 ,K , .kq,fX.mQ-::1XggQ,X 1 , 1 . xxx .X , . M., . lt N.: x M 1 5 Y A fb 1 fwlk o .f' f 3 S i R 1 5 X, Q, , Q a fl 4 I' N, Sm Q' 1 x Wg 32.5 . nw ' . X 33 ag xx 'i fm M X IF 'I 4? lv D '1 V .An . -... Hilti' ma Au 52 A w X S35 ' K I TAX' ' 1,3241 x -i ' A Wg: ggww , Kam, -, up 4, 2 ak .WX -Q 's My-,ff WHQW m ffm 5.45.8 . M E www , N. . -. 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Ditto threatens. balanced lunch of three v Pa calls. Ditto threatens. hamburgers and four choc- olate sundaes. Loses flip. Carries 8:Ol-Student accidentally falls from bed. Starts dressing. fStudent misses first special by fifteen minutes. Boards second special. Stands like a gentleman. No empty seats! -Student rushes by eighteen traffic officers and Mr. Hanselman. Arrives at 217 as bell tolls. -Bell arouses student. Trudges wearily to study. Frank McDermott and others of equally unstudious nature keep student conscious. -Physics. Student gets dizzy trying to see millions of electrons whirling around point of pin. -Library. Student shows love of books by talking with blonde across table. out ten lunch trays. 1 z IO-French class where student lapses into coma until Carl Koch comes in late for third consecutive day with third consecutive girl. Gertrude Wood. Martha Harrison and Mary Innis were the lucky HJ ones .... Quel nommel 2: I 0-Student passes to chem lab. 2:10-Irwin Berch succeeds in scalding self with beaker of ice Water and match, 3:10-Student suddenly awakes. Feels so good he takes home Wrong book. 1.50 Who's the young gallant with soft, wavy hairy With brown eyes so clear, and features so fair? Whose soft, crooning voice makes the lassies so sorry 'l'hey're not better acquainted with our hand- some, gay Morry. SIGNS oi: lN'l'ELLlGENCE+ Cedric Morrison looking for the Ohio River on the map of California. Margaret Gepner thinking Manchuria is a South American republic. Jeff Heath getting out the old directories in the library to look up Lincoln's Gettys- burg Address. Bill Watts wondering who is this "Bill" Goetz that Mr. Cunningham kidded Jack Mitchell about. w gf g Theres a quiet young fellow in Garfield High Who lets all the girls-but one-pass by. The one whom he stops is initialed K. R. His are R. T.-too easy, by far! Admiral Byrd heard the roar of laughter when A'Dimples" Lewis declined the nomina- tion for secretary of the third period Latin Club because of too much school work! To the Boys' Club Officers: l can stand for young Morris' crooningg To criticize Heath I don't careg But the thing that annoys me so greatly Is the color of Chick Ferries' hair. -o, I nu-ie yi .T'2 - l N 'f 51096 af 5: . I + 4 , :'X so u J .ftrrzr 'S it W' 4, A K ag? If Q'-Bibi'-7 YK fray? Q so 54 ta 1 NW Qs if c 'QWSXLS i K 'Q 'ex A A A 0,9-'75 We 'Z X ' C C, 5 Hgh. X I Q i H i S' 'Z ' ""2Cm,i 1 ew X? 15 ': ir . 4 x Q - ' " " CGQSEQCQL ww? ll' X' Q ff f KK W . , fi, li'-frees M" N. l Aixam?-. q an nerr Q fue- ,., we' X 6 5 . -af lf Dbl W ll G 5 -1 A-nsnagr E f F-SW! QEPMER st 7 'Umm' ml :I L I I WI! HM 131 o'75!CAltZt0 wfe llleltlti Fllhc staff of thc 1934 Arrow takcs this opportunity to thank thc following persons whosc professional scrvicc and rcady tcchnical advice havc contributed a vital part in thc production of this hook: fl if-'L4lCLi7'1l X L Lt! tl If Mr, liarl Kcnncll, Kcnnell-Ellis Studios Mr. Richard W, Erickson 7 G c C lll7'ClI VLIIKV Mr, Frcd Vv'iman. Wcstcrn Engraving and Color typo Company flz,,fz,,, X If Mr. Floyd Flint, l.ownian 8 Hanford Company. sxqylll Sfnqdsb lk '5'12T 7'52Lkp5 "'fSum9f' W lL Glrruvv jk . I QA.-ALA . 'K at ,C 'diff n Y K AML WWW MW W c.g'7n Qflzww K f THHMBS clown! On The idea of eafing a+ a place where cleanliness is no+ considered imporfanf. You can be assured Thar 'rhe food served you in THE GARFIELD LUNCHROQM is wholesome, because only The besl food is used, and if is pre- pared under lhe mosl sanifary condilions. Q9 - WHEN YOU EAT IN THE GARFIELD LUNCHROOM You are making if possible lor more people fo have beHer food ..... al a lower cosl. "Operal'ed For Your Convenience" ARROW ADVERTISERS MERIT GARFIELD'S SUPPORT A. MADRONA PHARMACY GROCERIES ---- MEATS Prescripiion Druqgisis DELIVERY SERVICE Free Delivery Phone EA. 9400 2306 24+h Ave. PR. I805 I I39 34Ih Ave., cor. E. Union MENTION THE ARROW WHEN PATRONIZING ADVERTISERS SUPPLY MEAT MARKET I I924 Pike Place, SeaHIe Dealers in Eirsi Class Meois PovIiIf. 84 MueIIer, ProprieIors LAKEVIEW GROCERY 81 MARKET John IVIoIson, Owner EAsI' 05I2 34+h ancI Eos+ Cherry GARDEN DRUG STORE QOCIG EounIorn Service Tel. ELio+ 8755 Res. CA. 2907 EAs+ 5:85 28I7 E. che.-fy MADRONA MADRONA MADRONA ROYCROFT MARKET GROCERY 29+h and E. Cherry I9+I1 and E. Roy N. E. Wood D. W. SCOII EA. 4533 EA. 3566 I403 34+h I40I 34+h Q P IVIeoI Phone Grocery Phone I PR. laoo- :aol Rospecf 0448 I WHERE THE BEST PICTURES PLAY A NEIGHBORHOOD SHOW IS THE BEST PLACE TO GO 13K I ARROW ADVERTISERS SUPPORT THE STAMP PLAN I WEED'S PHARMACY DENNY BLAINE MEATAMARKET M. A. Weed, Ph., G. 260I Jackson Sfreei' I V W' J' THOMSEN' P'-OIDIIICICI. Choice Fresh, Cured and Cooked Moofs l-' 1 Fish ond PouIIry -- SaIods Tolu-Turpin Tor Couqhs and Colds y Phone EAs+ 7762 342I Eus+ Denny Way BENSON'S FOUNTAIN LUNCH ART HAIR CUTTING PARLOR yI EA. 5890 Leschi Park I WoI'IeI' Pode, Prop. scene II Enjoy a snack while waihnq for Ihe Terry. PR. 03I2 II29- 34+I-I Avenue I PATRONIZE GARFIELD BOOSTERS C' W' CH"E2II,IEIITSIE,L,jA,IIgI75a CO" Inc' Easf Madison Lumber Company EAST 8080 202I Easi Madison II Wholesale Fruii ond Produce of AII Kinds ELioI 5234 I IOI WesI'ern Ave., SeaHIe We deliver everyfhing Io build or repair ' AT your home. y THE LOG CABIN INN are Ihe Q-JWK9 Besi Hamburgers and Coffee in SeaHIe 2223 24+h Ave. N. - Open IIII 2 A.M. Ping Pong Tables - Surf Boards I I ENGRAVERS TO TI-IE I934 GRADUATING CLASS I TO NNI-IGM WE EXTEND SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS I UWWZCLIZ and WCUZIQOVJ 60. For Over Fif+y Years - QuaIi+y I5 I 5 Second Avenue 9 I 2 Second Avenue 80 Woshinqion Sireei I Telephone EL. 8870 SeaI+Ie, Washingfon I -v X XCIITIIU 1 IS, ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHERS 'A ff ii!! SEATTLE, WASHINGTON SI8 CRARY BUILDING PHONE S-Emeco 0080 PHOTOGRAPHERS for fhe K GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL -l,,ffvl'l'Oll' 1934 1 , , ff I Xff' X '. ,f fi Cpflil fda gait 8 4-perhaps men will fly fhe sh'a+o- K sphere al' speeds ahead of 'rhe sun. perhaps, wi+h pockei-felevision, we'll see and 'ralk +o our friend a+ fhe anfipodes when 'Fancy wills. +perhaps memory books such as fhis will nof only be read, buf will SPEAK fo us, fhrough +he selenium cell, in The living voices of our old schoolmales and comrades. ji'cAayyr.s +heSe and 0+he.- wonders will come lo pass, bm in +ha+ dis+an+ day we are sure many a 'rime-worn copy of fhis Arrow will sfill be 'rreasured by ifs owner as his mosl' cherished Souvenir of You+h. 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