Garfield High School - Arrow Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1943
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S. L. MERRIAM, Vice-Principal
Loyalty, cooperation, participation and accomplishment are a few of the
many traditions which the students have built up in the nearly twenty-
five years of Garfield's history.
Students today are carrying on and expanding those traditions. They
are meeting their problems with the same spirit of courage shown by those
who have preceded them. They will meet the challenge of tomorrow with
a determination to contribute their part toward the building of a lasting
E. E. HANSELMAN, Principal
In time of war. high schools have a double task. They must aid in the
defense of their country and maintain and improve democracy when the
war is won.
At Garfield students receive both occupational information, and guid-
ance in preparation for critical services. They participate in a program in-
cluding physical fitness, mathematics, and occupational and domestic
sciences. They should learn to face the future with optimism, not pessim-
ism. They should prepare for their future roles with hope and courage.
ETHEL WAY ANDERSON
KIRK S. BAXTER
EMMA M. BIRD
RUTH H. BOLING
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The members of the faculty compose one of the
most vital and indispensible factors in guiding the
students through the shadow of the future. The
students' mastery of skills and formulation of intelli-
gent views and opinions depend greatly upon the
broad knowledge of the faculty concerning the sub-
jects which they teach.
LEON H. BRIGHAM IDA CHARROIN
Physical Education Mathematics
CATHERINE BUCKLEY MARSDEN COLE
JEAN BURNS PARKER E. COOK
Home Economics ML1SiC
This year the teachers have been burdened by nu-
merous war defense responsibilities in addition to
their regular work. These supplementary tasks often
stole valuable time from their classes. but were met
with enthusiasm by an able faculty.
MAE E. CORNELIUS HARRY B. CUNNINGHAM
Study Hall Boys' Advisor
ETHEL J. CRAGG ELIZABETH DEARBORN
ELSA L. CRIMP MARY ETHEL DIXON
MARY ELLEN S. FIELD
VIRGINIA H, GRAY
CHARLES A. GREER
MARY L. GROVES
GERTRUDE C. HOPPOCK
DONALD R. HOYT
HAROLD B. JEFFERY
EMILY H. JOHNSON
LESLIE W. JOHNSON
MARTHA R. JOHNSON
EVA E. JURGENSOHN
MILFORD K. KINGSBURY
MARY E. KNIGHT
MARIE J. LAPPENBUSCH
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RUTH B. MOORE
VIRGINIA B. OLMSTED
ANNA MAY PELTON
ANNE C. PUGH
LOUISE K. PUGH
MARIE C. SAEMAN
A. L, SCHMALLE
ELIZABETH M. SCHOEPPEL
MARGARET D. SCHWARTZ
HELEN E. SHELTON
CHARLES L. SIMMONS
.IESSIE A. WARREN
ELIZABETH B. WILLIS
CLIFTON T. SMITH
Joined Faculty, February, 1943
MARGARET SEMMENS, Head Clerk
PHYLLIS RAYMOND, Assistant Clerk
The value of good organization is
well illustrated by the present office
staff. Each morning the clerks are del-
uged with students, transfer slips, ex-
cuses, bulletins: all of them representing
many tasks to be accomplished quickly,
efficiently. Without the speed and accur-
acy with which they work, the compli-
cated school machinery, made even more
intricate by the war program, could
never be handled so expertly as it is.
JEAN BRUCE. Attendance Clerk
Below: A typical office scene,
MISS HELEN SHELTON
MR. PARKER COOK
They serve as advisors as well as
instructors, in this way helping stu-
dents to solve the problems concern-
ing their course of study and plans
for the future.
Each year as students leave Garfield,
they remember and thank those teach-
ers who guided them through their
perplexing high school days. These
faculty members give conscientious
advice to each individual.
MISS MARTHA JOHNSON
MR. LESLIE JOHNSON
TOM OWEN WALTER RICHTER WILL CHINN
Prvmiienl Vicv- President Sefretary
MISS MARGARET SCHWARTZ MRS. ELIZABETH WILLIS
We, the graduating seniors of 1943, are envision-
ing a world that is brighter and happier than any of
the highest dreams ever before created by youth. Al-
though we realize our immediate future is perhaps
blacker than that of previous graduating classes, we
are confident that the trials we have to bear will make
our ultimate tomorrow more lucid.
The war darkens the horizons of the nations of the
world, but we pray that when we receive our high
school diplomas, we may be better equipped to help
destroy that darkness. Already we are preparing our-
selves for the armed forces. Already we are aiding our
country in production. We are endeavoring to gain as
much knowledge as possible, before having to take our
place in the war.
Eventually we hope to help build a new world,
founded on progress and peace.
ADAMS, ANTHONY - Transferred
from Missoula, Montana.
AGNEW, PATfSenior Play: Chorus:
Orchestra: Roll Representative: Sopho-
more Commission: Health Committee.
AGOADO, FRANCES--Building Com-
mittee: Mid-Winter Concert: Opera:
ALEXANDER, DONALD-Band: Fun-
fesl: Spring Concert: Football: Roll Rep-
ALFARONE, EDI-Roll President:
ALHADEFF, VICTOR-Honor Society:
Roll President: Banker: Manager Football
and Head Manager Basketball: Open For-
um Club: Garfield Oratorical Contest.
ALMELEH, LUCIE-Fashion Show:
Sports: Big "G" Club: Roll Secretary:
Senior Roll Representative: Fashion Show.
Sports: President, Big
"G" Club: Ski Club:
BAJ US , J A C K -
Honor Society: Honor
Roll: Roll Represen-
tative: Building Com-
mittee, and Election
Art Committee: Roll
President: Senior Play:
Opera: Nonette: Dra-
matic Club: Garfield
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MADISON MOORES TOM BUSHNELL
Cinder "Cinsation" Asset to Art
ANDERSON, MEL VIN T.--Transfer R ,J
from Seattle Preparatory School. 'HV' "V' '
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Board: Secretary, Ski Club: Ski Team:
First Team Football: Baseball: Vocational
President: Roll Secretary.
ANDREWS, ARTH UR4Honor Society.
"Glo" of the Cabinet
resenlative: Roll Pres-
ident: Hit Parade:
Noon Program: Soph-
Big Sister: Fashion
First Team Football
and Track: Boys' Ad-
visory Board: Quill
and Scroll: Sports Ed-
itor, Messenger: Pres-
ident, Junior Class:
BAROH. LOUIE-First Team Football
and Basketball: Track Team: Honor So-
ciety: Honor Roll.
BARUCH, ISAAC--Banker: Roll Pres-
ident: Doorman: Library.
BASSETT, JACK- Football and Base-
ball Teams: Publicity Committee: Roll
Officer: Vocational Officer: Senior Repre-
BATES. PEGGY-Manager Stage Crew:
Lunchroom Cashier: Roll Banker: Roll
Committees: Roll Pres-
ident and Secretary:
BUD OWINGS ALLENE JENKINS POLLY HUSTON GERALD STRICKLAND
Simply Duke y Garfield's Brazilian Bombshell The A.B.'s Irish Rose "The pen is mightier
BEACH, BONNIE-P.Q. and Standards
Committees: Roll Officer: Vocational Of-
ficer: Senior Representative: Funfest.
BECKER, JEROME-Roll President:
BEEBE, JIM - Roll President: Voca-
tional President: Roll Banker: Funfest:
Tumbling Team: Intramural Basketball:
Pen, Gazette Staffs: Vice-President, Honor
Society: Quill and Scroll: Senior Night:
Sophomore Commission: Valedictorian.
BERTOLIN, RALPH-Chairman, Ticket
Committee: Senior Night: Funfest: Mid-
Winter Concert: Opera: Roll Banker:
BJORKMAN, ELAINE - Transferred
from Nampa High School.
BOGUCH, HARRY-Tumbling: Ten-
nis: Radio and Stamp Clubs: Funfest:
Junior Roll Representative.
BOONOV, CLAIRE H. M- Advisory
Board: Cabinet: Gazette and Victory
Corps Committees: Messenger Staff: Hon-
or Society: Funfest.
than the sword"
A- Roll President: Se-
nior Night: Opera:
Roll Secretary: Ski
Club: Building Com-
LYN-Big "G": Roll
Ofhcerr Fashion Show.
First Team Football:
Boys' Advisory Board:
Roll Officer: Reserve
Track and Baseball:
BRIGHAM, CHARLES-First Team
Football, Basketball , Track: Advisory
Board: Secretary-Treasurer, Boys' Club:
Vice-President, Junior Class: Sports Edi-
BRINSFIELD, WILLIAM R. - Honor
Society: Chairman, Fourth-Period Stamp
Sales: Chairman, Demerits Committee:
HiHo Roller and Photography Clubs:
Banker: Junior Representative.
BRUCE, JEAN-Entered from Great Falls
High School, Great Falls, Montana: Stand-
ards Committee. Senior Chorus.
BRUNNER, DOLORES - Chairman,
Lunch Room Committee: Gazette: Assist-
ant Ad Manager. Messenger: Senior
Chorus: Photography Club: Roll Officer.
BURTON. ELEANOR - Messenger and
Arrow Staffs: Advisory Board: Cabinet:
Honor Society: Honor Roll: Nonette.
BURWELL, LOUIE - Co-Chairman.
Bleachers Committee: Messenger and Ar-
row Staffs: Track: Photography Club.
BUSHNELL, TOM - Messenger: Fresh-
man Track: Roll Officer: Bleacher Com-
CALDERHEAD. BILL - Senior Night:
Ski Club: Chairman, Noon Dance and
Senior Programs Committees: Junior Rep-
resentative: Roll Representative: Vocation-
BYRON WINGETT NANCY DOWNS
"Mess" Mentor "Circulation" her Specialty Su
CARLSON. DOROTHY - Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Opera: Mid-Winter Con-
cert: Roller Club: Roll Banker.
CARRASCO, JUANITA - Honor So-
CASSERD. FRED--Debate Club: Ticket
Committee: Funfest: Band Concert: Mid-
Winter Concert: Senior Representative:
CAVENDER. JANE-Freshman Auxili-
ary: Sophomore Commission: Fashion
Show: Senior Roll Representative.
per Ad Salesman
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CH A N, OUENTON
Cl u b: After School
Sports: Gazette Staff:
U s h e r Committees:
CHARROIN, JIM --
Manager, Football and
Track: Roll Represen-
Team Basketball and
Treasurer, S e n ior
Board: Roll Officer:
Publicity with Felicity
DICK - Transferred
from Stadium H ig h
School, T a c o m a.
COHEN, NESSO-Doorman and Hall
Committees: Oratorical Contest: Roll
COHN, SIDNEY-First Team Tennis:
Intramural Sports: Doorman Committee:
Roll Officer: Honor Society: Honor Roll:
Senior Roll Representative.
COLAGROSSI, RALPH - Funfest:
Lunchroom and Noon Programs Commit-
D E L E U W , AL-
PHONSUS, Jr., -
ERT B. - Personnel
Editor, Arrow: Mes-
senger Staff: Chair-
man, Noon Program:
and Election Commit-
tees: Senior Represen-
tative: Senior Night.
GLORIA MacLAUGHLlN KATHERINE KOENIG BOB PATTEN CONNIE SMITH
Girls Club Cala mac ty Senior Night "Kay"-tastrophe Hilarious Hero of Senior Night The Thinker
COLUMBRO, MARGARET - Big "G"
Club: Funfest: Noon Movie Committee.
CONNOR. GARLAND D. Jr.. - Screen
COOK. BOB--Vocational Officer: Office
Helpers' and Bleachers Committees.
CORRIGAN, ED-Messenger Staff.
CURTIS, BILL -- Track: Junior Safety
Patrol: Honor Society.
DARCH, LOIS-Sophomore Commis-
sion: Study Hall Clerk: Fashion Show.
DAVID, MARY LOU-Girls' Club Ga-
zette: Girls' Club Committee.
DA VIS, MARGARET-Opera: Mid-
Winter Concert: Friendship Committee.
,gi . .Ez
D O R I S, ANNE-
Honor Roll: Honor
Society: Roll Officer:
Messenger Staff: Art
Yell Team: Chairman,
T i c k et Committee:
Lunchroom Co mmit-
tee: Roll Representa-
tive: Vocational Presi-
Cabinet: P. Q. Com-
Messenger S t a ff: Se-
nior Night: Funfest:
Roll Officer: N o o n
Committee: S e n i o r
DRUXMAN, CAL - Feature Editor,
Messenger: C h a i r m a n, Publicity and
Lunchroom Committees: Senior Represen-
tative: Track Manager: Roll Representa-
tive: Vice-President, Photography Club.
DUBSON. SAM - Senior Night: In-
EDDY, BETTY ANNE-Roll Secretary:
EDDY, .IEAN+Transferred from St.
Nicholas School: P. Q. Committee: Ski
EDELSON, BOB+RolI President: Serv-
ice Honor Roll : Stamp and Doormen Com-
mittee: Chairman, Ground Committee:
Senior Representative: Track.
EELLS, CHARLES-Athletic and Stamp
Committees: Honor Roll: Golf Team:
Freshman and Sophomore Basketball.
ERICKSON. KEITH - Advisory Board:
Track: Football : Victory Corps, Athletic,
and Philanthropic Committees: Roll Pres-
ident: Treasurer of Ski Club.
ERNSTROM, DICK-Hit Parade: Mid-
Winter Concert: Senior Representative.
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FISHER, FRED 1
Debate Club: Door-
Committees: F i r s t
Team Tennis: P e n
Staff: Honor Society:
- R o l l Secretary:
Messenger Staff: Build-
ing and Demerit Com-
mittees: Manager Foot-
F L O R E Y, JOHN
ior Safety Patrol: Se-
nior Night: Funfest:
BILL KIDDER GLORIA HUNTINGTON DALE SODEN
Hell Tackle Anything Activities "Gallo"-re All-City Hoopster
ESKENAZI, AL-Senior Representative:
Roll Officer: Football Manager: Fall
Track: First Team Track.
ESKENAZI, JOE - Roll Representative:
Aviation Club: Stamp Committee, WD
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FORSELL. MARY JO
-Honor Society: P.
Q. Committee: Fun-
fest: Mid-Winter Con-
cert: Band: Freshman
Auxiliary: Roll Offi-
F O S S. OLIVER 1
S t a m p Committee:
Roll Officer: Ski Club,
FREDRICKSEN. DORIS-Fine Arts
Committee, National Emergency and Beau-
tification Committees: Roll Banker.
FRIEDMAN, STAN Y- Senior Night.
Opera, Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert: Stage
Crew: Chairman, Assembly Committee:
FUQUAY, DON - Honor Roll: Honor
Society: Track. Football: Demerit Com-
GAFFORD, MAXINE - Roll President:
Roll Banker: Winter
LEY - Copy Editor,
Messenger: Honor So-
ciety: Roll Banker: Se-
nior Night: Funfest:
Girls' Cabinet: Chair-
man, Fine Arts and
Noon Programs Com-
IYNDELL BERLINER MICKEY ERICKSON SHELDON SOFTKY PAT SHANNON
Mixer of Jokes and Journalism High Man of the Hurdles Mathematical "Mathemagician" Beacon of the Girls' Club
H . V'
GATCHET, GEORGE--Roll President:
Vocational President: Radio Club: Ticket
Committee: Honor Society: Honor Roll.
GENSS, ISABELLE - Freshman Auxil-
iary: Sophomore Commission: Building
Committee: Study Hall Clerk: Honor
GILDER. GABRIEL-Transferred from
Los Angeles, California.
GINSBERG, RITA - Vocational Secre-
tary: Sophomore Representative: Fashion
Show: Mid-Winter Concert: Hit Parade.
GOLDBERG, IRWIN-Messenger Staff:
Roll President: Banker: Chairman, Demer-
its Committee: Bleachers Committee: In-
GOODNOW, CHARLOTTE - Honor
Society: Cabinet: Chairman, Bulletin
Boards Committee: Fine Arts and Ga-
zette Committees: Messenger Staff: Roll
GOODRICH, RALPH-Roll Representa-
tive: Ski Club.
GORDON, PHYLLIS ANN - Fashion
Show: After-School Sports: Big "G"
LINE 4- Roll Officer:
Gazette and Make-Up
Committees: H o n o r
Society: Honor. Roll:
IEAN - Sophomore
Worker: Banker: Roll
Vocational Officer: Se-
nior Night: Health and
Honor Society: Fun-
GRIFF, M E R LE-
Senior Night: Funfest:
T i c k e t Committee:
Publicity and Assem-
bly Committees: Bas-
GRINALDO, MICKY--Transferred from
North Dakota: Library Assistant.
GUNN, GLORIA - Friendship, Lunch-
room, and Junior Prom Committees:
Radiance Roll: Roll Representative: Cabi-
net: Chairman P. Q. Committee,
HABERNAL, LAURA E. - Fashion
Show: Roll Banker: Roll President: Roll
HAGEMANN, EL VERA - Transferred
from Winfred, South Dakota .' Office
HALE, FLORENCE-Junior Representa-
tive: Opera: Mid-Winter Concert: Spring
Concert: Honor Roll: Hi-Ho Roller Club.
HALFON. ESTHER 4 Pen Representa-
tive: Vocational Secretary: Honor Society.
HALLGREN. BOB - Chairman, Screen
Production Committee: Funfest: Noon
Movie: Office Workers and Elections
Committees: President. Science Club: Roll
HANSEN, NEIL-Roll President: Voca-
tional Officer: Publicity, Philanthropic,
Noon Program Committees: Yell Team:
HASSON, L U C Y-
Opera: Funfest: Senior
Chorus: Honor Roll:
Roll Secretary: Hi-Ho
dent: Senior Night: P,
Q., Freshman and
tees: Dramatic Club.
HEGGIE, DAVID E.
,W Us-New seems
2 f .1,y1,Z,.,?1 S... A rf.
SAM PRATHER DEMARIS THOMPSON ELEANOR BURTON
The Man Behind the Stamp Sweetheart of the Big "G's" Lady of "Note"
HARRIS, ART 4 Co-Captain, Football
Team: Track: Advisory Board: Chairman,
Building Committee: Roll Representative.
HARTMAYER, BETSY - After-School
HASSELBLAD, A D O R E E - Science
Club: Fashion Show: Social Service Com-
mittee: Nurse's Attendant.
HASSELO. RAY-Advisory Board: Mes-
senger Staff: Philanthropic, Noon Pro-
gram, Grounds, Election Committees: Roll
Quite the "Guard"
Honor Society: Fash-
ion Show: Junior Rep-
President: C o s t u m e
HERMANN, PHYLLIS-Roll Represen-
tative: Office Worker,
HERR, BETTY-Funfest: Junior and
Pen Representative: P.-T. A. Committee.
HILL, NORMA LEE-Personnel Editor.
Arrow: Messenger Feature Staff: Girls'
Advisory Board: Victory Corps Commit-
tee: Honor Society: Funfest: Senior
HIMMELMAN, RUTH--Co-Editor, Ar-
row: Assistant Editor, Messenger: Girls'
Club Cabinet: Chairman, Standards Com-
mittee: Sophomore Commission: Honor
Society: Quill and Scroll.
H U N T I N G TON,
ciety: Quill and Scroll:
Feature Editor. Mes-
Board: Funfest: Chair-
m a n, Commencement
tee: Ski Club.
Advisory Board: Cabi-
net: Honor Society:
Feature Editor, Mes-
senger: Roll Officer.
BOB DOOTSON KATE O'CONNOR Charlotte Goodnow JERRY STAVIG
Arrow Personell tty Garfield's Drawing Card Idol of the Ivories Intellect with a Smile
HOBA, ELENORE!National Emergency
HOGLUND, PAUL-Roll President:
Honor Roll: Sophomore and Senior Rep-
resentative: Stamp and Building Commit-
tees: Vocational Officer.
HORAN, JUNE-Messenger Staff: Fun-
fest: P. Q. and Standards Committees:
Gazette: Big Sister: Roll Secretary.
HOWARD, CHARLES - A d vis o r y
Board: Senior Pin and Stamp Commit-
tees: First Team Football and Track: Roll
Officer: Honor Society.
HOWARD, JEANETTE - P.-T. A..
Make-Up, Lunchroom Committees: Roll
HOWARD, NANCY - National Emer-
gency Committee: Senior Representative:
HUGHES, JAMES H.-Transferred from
Roosevelt High School, Port Angeles,
Washington: Track: First Class Com-
HUMMER, CARL-Roll President: Ra-
HUTCHINS, H A R-
ter Concert: Roller
Club: Roll Represen-
Honor Society: Fun-
fest: Senior Night:
Copy Staff, Arrow:
Honor Roll: Make-Up
Committee: Roll Rep-
Banker: Honor Roll.
JACOBSON, DOROTHY - National
Emergency and Make-Up Committees:
Program Chairman, Senior Night: Senior
Representative: Roll Banker.
JENKINS, ALLENE - Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Messenger Staff: Roll
President: Junior Representative: Voca-
tional and Victory Corps Committees.
JOHNSON, ANN-Funfest: Opera: Mid-
Winter Concert: Senior Night: Roll Pres-
ident: Gazette Committee: Honor Society.
JONES, BETSY Y Co-Editor, Arrow:
Honor Society: Ski Team: Vice-President,
Ski Club: Quill and Scroll: Advisory
Board: Roll Representative.
JONES, MOXlNE+Girls' Club Cabinet:
Messenger Staff: Opera: Ski Club: Honor
KAHN, HANNAH + Junior and Senior
Representative: Friendship Committee:
Honor Society: Library Assistant: Pen
KAPLAN, LEON+Roll and Vocational
President: Messenger Staff: Golf: Senior
Night Publicity Committee: Intramural
KIDDER, BILL -
Boys' Advisory Board:
First Team Football:
Roll Officer: Stamp,
Building, and Victory
KIRBACH, JIM -
Transferred from Sid-
ney High School, Sid-
ney, Montana : Track.
- Track: Football:
P h il a n thropic,
and Stamp Commit-
PAUL - Roll Presi-
dent: Vocational Pres-
idents Roll Banker:
DARRELL ANDERSON ELAINE ROSS NEIL HANSEN WILL SANDERS
Dynamic Pigskin Delight "Apulsos" by Ross Cheer Leading "Charlie" "Center" of Gridiron Activity
KARNOFSKY, MILDRED - Business
Manager, Messenger: Pen Staff: Service
Honor Roll: Opera: Funfest: Library As-
sistant: Senior Representative.
KASPER, SONIA-Study Hall Clerk.
KESSLER, BOB-Football: Track: Base-
ball: Funfest: Vocational President.
KETTLEMAN, JOE 3 Track Manager:
m a n: Assembly.
Committees: Roll Of-
ficer: Senior Night:
Ski Club: Senior Rep-
KOSIN, SYLVIA -
sion: Friendship Com-
mittee: Roll Secretary:
KOTKINS, WALTER-Library, Lunch-
room, Doorman, Bleachers, Halls Com-
mittees: Senior Representative: Roll Secre-
KREMS, SIDNEY - Stamp Committee:
Roll Officer: Honor Society: Junior Class
President: Assistant Editor, Messenger:
Tennis: Basketball: Track.
KUMMER, LUELLA-Advisory Board:
Layout Technician, Arrow Staff: Quill
and Scroll: Cabinet: Chairman, Building
Committee: Vice-President, Science Club:
Honor Society: Messenger.
LEITE, E L L E N
FRANCES - Enter-
ed from Wrangell.
LE N N ON , L O R -
RAINE - Vocational
JOYCE STERN HELEN JEAN ROGERS LUELLA KUMMER PHIL SULMAN
Committee Coordinator Magnetic Modern Dance Really "Lays Them Out" Speedster in the Spotlight
KYNELL, LILLIAN 4 Roll President:
Roll Secretary: Roll Vocational Officer:
Roll Banker: Ski Club: National Emer-
gency Committee: Funfest.
LANDERS, BILL-Roll President.
LANGE, EIVIND - Stamp, Traffic,
Lunchroom and Special Committees: Roll
Officer: Band: Mid-Winter Concert.
LARSEN, MARIAN-Freshman Auxili-
ary: Sophomore Commission: Beautifica-
tion Committee: Roll President and Secre-
tary: Senior Representative.
LARSON, JOHN W.-Yell King: Base-
ball: First Period Stamp, Building, Noon
Programs, and Lunchroom Committees.
LAUDON, VERA-Big "G" Club: Roll
President: Girl Reserves.
LAVENDER, DENIS PETER - Honor
Roll: Honor Society: Debate Club.
LEE, DON-Band: Orchestra.
- Honor Society,
Honor Roll: Roll Pres-
ident: Debate Team:
LEVY, LILA- Fun-
fest: Mid-Winter Con-
cert: Publicity Com-
mittee: Fashion Show:
LEWIN, JEAN -
Art and Health Com-
mittees: Funfest: Mid-
Winter Concert: Op-
era: Ski Club.
- Standards Commit-
tee: Sophomore Com-
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LINDBERG, BEATRICE--Debate? Fun-
fest: Operetta: Big Sister: P.T.A. Com-
mitteep Mothers' Tea: Roll President.
LINDENBERGER, RICHARD - Stamp
Club: Chess Club: Advertising Manager,
Messenger: Roll Banker: Second Team
Basketball: After-School Sports: Bleachers
LOCKE, JOHN-Vocational Officer: Ski
Club: Funfest: Garfield Day Oratorical
LORENTZ, BOB - President, Boys'
Club: Advisory Board: Roll Representa-
tive: Honor Society: Sophomore Track:
Funfest: Ski Club.
LOWE, JACK - Vice-President, Boys'
Club: First Team Basketball: Captain,
Tennis Team: Advisory Board: Honor So-
ciety: Victory Corps Committee: Vice-
President, Junior Class.
LUSIER, DOREEN - Vocational Offi-
cer: Funfest: Ski Club: Freshman Auxil-
iary: Sophomore Commission: Standards
MACQUARRIE, FRANCIS - Usher:
Fine Arts Committee: After-School Sports.
MAIER, GERDA 4 Honor Society:
Commercial Club: Roll Representative.
or Society: H o n o r
R 0 ll : Radio Club:
M A R S H A L L .
NAIDA - Treasurer,
Girls' Club: Advisory
Board: Cabinet: Radi-
ance Roll: Vice-Presi-
Class: Secretary, Hon-
or Society: Feature
M A R Y A T T ,
- Co-chairman, Phil-
Dance and Grounds
Committees: T w o -
- Sophomore Com-
mission: Social Service:
Health, a n d Lunch-
NORMA LEE HILL BILL McNAE ANN JOHNSON
Curly Locks, Our "AB"ill-ity Plus Senior Night "Lily"
MANOLIDES, MARY - Roll Officer:
Opera: Gazette: Honor Society: Honor
MANOL1DES,THEO - Honor Society:
Honor Roll: Assistant Business Manager.
Messenger: Vocational President: Gazette:
MARBET, CLAUDIA - Vice-President:
Big "G" Club: After-School Sports: Vo-
cational Officer: Funfest: Opera: Senior
Night: Mid-Winter Concert.
Divot Digger De Luxe
M A S IN, PHYLLIS
- Sophomore Com-
mission: N u r s i n g
R o o m Committee:
MATHIS, JUNE -
H o n o r Roll: Pen
Staff: Girls' C l u b
Cabinet: Roll Presi-
dent: Roll Secretary:
Funfest: S e n io r
MATLAND, RUTH -- After-School
MATTHEWS, CARMEN - Transferred
from Renton. Building Committee.
MAXWELL, HARRIET K.-Transfer
red from Illinois. Senior Night: Girls' Club
Cabinet: Noon Program Committee: Pen
Staff: Honor Roll,
McLAUGHLIN, GLORIA - Cabinet:
Freshman Auxiliary: Funfest, Mid-Winter
Concert: Ski Club: Junior Prom Commit-
MOLINE, I R M A-
Art Committee: Mes-
senger Staff: Roll Of-
ficer: Ski Club.
JEAN - Girls' Club
P. T. A. Committee:
tee: Ski Club: Usher.
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MOXENE JONES RALPH SHELTON DOROTHY SMART
Messenger "Cub" "Photo-genius" At Work "The Lady Of The Jury" "Riley"
MCLEOD, WILL -- Roll Officer: Honor
Roll: Honor Society: President, Stamp
Club: Demerits Committee: Fall Track.
McMILLAN, DORIS - Senior Night:
Cabinet: Grounds, and Beautification
Committees: Vocational Officer: Senior
McNAE, BILL-Ticket Committee: Em-
ployment Committee: Roll President: Ad-
visory Board: Football: Track.
MEISNEST, MARY- Managing Editor,
Messenger: Arrow: Quill and Scroll: Cab-
inet: Assembly Committee: Secretary, Ski
Club: Junior Representative.
MEYERS, GLORIA ELLEN--Roll Offi-
cer: Senior Representative: Vice-President,
Debate: Sophomore Commission: Speak-
ers' Club: Victory Corps and Vocational
MILLER, BOB - Roll Officer: Funfest:
Philanthropic, Public Relation, Commit-
tees: Chairman, Demerit Committee: Head
Track Manager: First Team Football.
MILLER, DICK - Honor Society: Hon-
or Roll: Building Committee: Arrow
Staff: Roll President.
MOHRER, HILDA-Pen Staff: Roll Of-
ficer: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Health,
Beautifications, and Library Committees.
Aimin' For West Point
SON - Chairman,
mttee: Second Team
Football: Ski Club.
-Girls' Club Attend-
ant: Roll Banker.
MYERS, JEAN -
ards, Gazette, and PQ
Committees: R o I l
J. 1 Philanthropic,
NEUSS, BETTE LOU - Big "G" Club:
Roll President: Roll Secretary: Roll
NEWBY, JACK 7 Transferred f r o m
NEWSHAM, KENNETH - Vocational
President: Roll President.
NORRIS, SHIRLEY - Senior Represen-
tative: Library: Usher.
O'CONNER, KATHLEEN - Art Edi-
tor, Arrow: Cabinet: Honor Roll: Senior
Night: Messenger Staff: Pen Staff: Chair-
man, Art Committee.
OLSON, BERT - Roll President: Foot-
ball, Baseball, Basketball: Roll Secretary:
Traffic, and Lunchroom Committees.
OSBORN, BOB-Honor Society: Honor
Roll Ski Club
OSTROM MARGARET Mid Winter
Concert Opera Senior Night Roll Bank
er Roll Secretary Sophomore Representa
tive Vocational Roll Officer
4 t si'
P E H A, ASHER -
PEHA, CHARLES --
Doorman, and Bleach-
ers Committees: Man-
ager, Basketball: Ora-
PERKINS, BILL -
Honor Society: Hon-
or Roll: Funfest: Mid-
Winter Concert: Voca-
tio n al Committee:
PERRIN DON Co
Committee Ski Club
Terrific Traffic Captain
JEWEL WELLS GEORGE HAGE SHIRLEY GORMLEY
"Gem" Of The Girls' Club Packs A Punch On Committees Dixieland "Dramactress'
OWEN, TOM - Roll President: Presi- A PETERSKY, S A N-
dent, Senior Class: Chairman, Grounds, FORD - Honor So-
and Noon Program Committees: Junior
Prom Committee: First Team Track:
OZIEL, SUSIE - Nonette: Funfest:
Opera: Mid-Winter Concert: Fashion
PARRY, SHIRLEY 4 Roll President:
PATTEN, BOB - President, Freshman
and Sophomore Classes: Senior Night:
Funfest: Ticket Committee: Roll Repre-
sentatiue: Honor Society.
and Layout Techni-
cian, Arrow: R o l l
Quill and Scroll: Vice-
President, Open Forum
Club: Debate Team.
PETERSON, L E N -
Office Worker: Bank-
er: Building Commit-
tee: Junior Representa-
tive: Honor Roll.
PETERSON, NANCY - Transferred
from Palo Alto, California: Art Commit-
PITNEY, ARLENE - Transferred from
Franklin High School.
PORCELLO, CARMEN 4 Vocational
Secretary: Vocational President: Usher
POWELL VIRGINIA f Roll Secretary'
Make Up Committee Honor Society
Big G Club
Senior Class: Chair-
man, Ticket Commit-
tee: Roll Representa-
tive: Track : Football:
RILEY, JOHN J. -
Advisory Board: Noon
Program, T i c k e t,
Foobtall Roll Repre
sentatrve Ski Club
RAY HASSELO MARJORIE GRAY MERLE GRIFF ART HARRIS
"Ray"-diating A. B.-er Mainstay Of Committee Activities "Mayme" Attraction Of Giant Grid Game Star
PRATHER, SAM - Roll Officer: Junior
and Senior Representative: First Period
Stamp Committee: Noon Programs Com-
mittee: Chairman. Noon Stamp Commit-
tee: Honor Roll.
PRIESTLEY. MARGARET - Big Sis-
ter: Opera: Fashion Show: Banker: Roll
Secretary: Senior Representative.
PRINCE, JOHN W. - Co-Editor Pro-
ductions, Arrow: Roll Representative:
Honor Society: Boys' Club Committees:
Vocational Officer: Debate Club.
RAYMUNDO, ROSINA - Transferred
to Franklin High School, Seattle.
RENDA, WILLIAM - Transferred from
RICHARDSON, RUTH - Make-Up
Committee: Sophomore Representative
RICKLES, ARNOLD - Messenger: Vo-
- R o l l Secretary:
Honor Roll: Honor
ROGERS, H E L E N
JEANNE - Big Sis-
ter: Social Service:
War Emergency Com-
mittee: Funfest: Oper-
etta: Roll President:
ROLL, DOREEN -
- As We See It Club:
Roll President: Roll
Officer: Roll Banker.
ROSENTHAL, DOROTHY-Girls' Club
Cabinet: Chairman, Gazette: Copy Edi-
tor, Messenger: Honor Society: Senior
Night: Funfest: Opera: Roll Representa-
ROSS. ELAINE - Vice-President, Fresh-
man Class: Feature Editor, Messenger:
Pen Staff: Cabinet: Quill and Scroll: Ra-
diance Roll: Honor Roll.
ROUSSO, LILY-Roll Secretary: Fun-
fest: Mid-Winter Concert: Sophomore
ROUSSO, MARIE-Funfest: Mid-Win-
ter Concert: Usher: Freshman Auxiliary:
Sophomore Commission: Fashion Show.
RUBICAM, BEN - Chairman, Noon
Movie Committee: Screen Production Com-
mittee: Ski Club: Roll Representative: Vo-
cational Officer: Funfest: Opera.
RUNKEL, PHIL7Roll President: Senior
Representative: Messenger Staff: Vocation-
al Representative: Stamp Committee:
RUOFF. JIM - First Team Football:
First Team Track: Messenger Staff: Quill
and Scroll: Athletic Committee: Roll Rep-
RUSSELL, ART - Band: Mid-Winter
Concert: Funfest: Banker.
CHUCK NELSON ELIZABETH HEAL SANFORD PETERSKY
Artistic Charley Mirth and Murder Demon of the Darkroom
In Senior Night
SAD1CK,CORRlNE f Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Mid-Winter Concert:
Mother-Daughter Tea: Freshman Auxil-
iary: Sophomore Commission: Senior Rep-
SADIS, RACHEL -- Roll Banker: Social
Service: Mid-Winter Concert.
SANDERS, WILL 7 Co-Captain, Foot-
ball Team: First Team Track: Advisory
Board: Chairman, Athletic Committee:
Senior Pin, and Stamp Committees: Roll
SAVELSON, EDDIE A Roll Banker:
Vocational Officer: Roll Officer: Building
CHEL - Banker:
Honor Society: Mid-
SHAIN, IRVING -
Roll President: Roll
Honor Society: Mid-
Winter Concert: Senior
Night: Debate Team.
Roll and Vocational
Funfest: First Team
Football: Ski Club.
Club Cabinet: Chair-
man, National Emer-
Honor Society: Secre-
tary -Treasurer. Fresh-
man Auxiliary: Opera:
of the Big "G's"
-Sports and Photog-
raphy: Editor, Arrow:
Quill and Scroll: Hon-
or Society: Ski Club:
Honor Society: Honor
Roll: Roll President:
SMALL, FRANCES 7 Roll Banker: As-
SMART, DOROTHY JEAN - Senior
Night: Dramatic Club: Freshman Auxil-
iary: Vocational Committee: Messenger
Staff: Honor Society.
SMITH, DOROTHY ARLENE - Stage
Crew: Usher: Senior Representative:
After-School Sports: Vocational President:
Garfield Day Oratorical Contest: Art Com-
SMITH, CONSTANCE DOUGLAS -
Messenger Staff: Roll Officer: Lunchroom
and Standards Committees: Sophomore
Commission: Productions Committee.
REY - Transferred
from Britton, South
ELEAVOR ARNBERG BILL TEUFEL CLAIRE BOONOV BOB BANNICK
Big G Attraction Minx of the Links C. B. of the A. B. Backfield Beamer
SMITH, PAMELA Q Entered from
Queen Anne: Roll Secretary: Standards
SMITH, SHIRLEY-Big "G" Club.
SNYDER, PRISCILLA - Assembly.
Noon Programs, Senior Pin Committees:
Ski Club: Messenger Staff: Senior Night:
SNYDER, WALLACE M.-Transferred
from San Antonio, Texas.
SODEN, DALE--Bleachers and Athletic
Committees: Funfest: Senior Night: First
Team Football and Basketball: Senior
SOFTKY. SHELDON-Stamp Commit-
tee: Chairman Boys' Program, Boys' Off-
ice Workers and War Service Activities
Committees: Roll Officer: Funfest: Senior
SOFTKY, SHIRLEY - Usher Commit-
tee: Treasurer, Big "G" Club: Roll Rep-
resentative: Roll Banker: Honor Society:
Honor Roll: Pen Staff.
SORENSEN, JOHN-Stamp Committee:
-Pen Staff: Advis-
ory Board: All-City
Debate Team: Chair-
man, Health Commit-
tee: Honor Society:
STAVIG. JERRY -
Messenger: Pen: Busi-
ness Manager, Arrow:
President. Honor So-
ciety: Senior Night:
S T E I N B E R G .
ADELE IRENE -
Senior Night: Friend-
S T E I N B E R G .
ERNEST D. - Vice-
Club: S.A.R. Extem-
pore Speaking Con-
test: Garfield Day Ora-
torial Contest: Tennis
STEINER. EDITH - Roll Officer:
STEINER. RUTH 1 Senior Representa-
STERN, JOYCE - Assistant Copy Edi-
tor, Messenger: Vocational President: Roll
Secretary: Opera: Mid-Winter Concert:
PQ, and Social Service Committees.
STEWART, DUGALD -- Inter-High-
School Council: Roll Officer: Chairman,
Philantropic Committee: Noon Movie.
Stage, and Productions Committees.
STOCKLAND, NORMAN - Baseball:
Basketball: Roll President: Vocational
Officer: Roll Secretary: Ticket Commit-
STOCKLEY, BARBARA-Art, Gazette.
Program Committees: Senior Roll Repre-
sentative: Chairman, Stage Design Com-
STRICKLAND, GERALD - Transfer-
red from Arlington, Washington: Editor.
Pen: Senior Night: Quill and Scroll.
SULMAN, PHIL - Assistant Sport Edi-
tor, Messenger: First Team Track: Soph-
omore Track: Roll President: Roll Bank-
TILTON, JOHN 4
Football: Ski Club:
TIPP, MITZI -Sec-
retary, Girls' Club:
Assistant Feature Edi-
tor, Messenger: Cabi-
net: Advisory Board:
Senior Play: Radiance
ERLY - Gazette:
Library Helper: Fresh-
man Auxiliary: Voca-
- "Big G" Club:
DOROTHY ROSENTHAL PHIL RUNKEL JIM RUOFF JUNE MATHIS
HDR." Of Senior Night Crooner Colossal Inspirational '4Roo" Keeper Of The G. C. O.
SUTHERLAND, BARBARA - Assist-
ant Editor, Messenger: Friendship and So-
cial Service Committees: Cabinet: Honor
Society: Vocational Officer: Senior Repre-
TEUFEL, G. WILLIAM-Captain, Golf
Team: Football: Roll President: Roll Sec-
retary: Chairman, Noon Program Commit-
tee: Senior Representative: Ski Club.
THOMAS, MARY 1 Cabinet: Advisory
Board: President Girls' Club: Ski Club:
Radiance Roll: Messenger: Honor Roll.
THOMPSON, DEMARIS - Honor So-
ciety: Banker: Sophomore Commission:
Chairman, Health Committee: Cabinet:
Big "G" Club: After-School Sports.
UPTON, LEILA M.
- Editor, Pen Staff:
Art Committee: Bank-
er: Junior Representa-
tive: Quill and Scroll.
VAN METER, PA-
TRICIA - Transfer-
red f r o m Kodiak
Alaska. Building Com-
mittee: Roll Officer:
VAN WYCK, MIRIAM-Senior Night:
Vocational President: Banker: PTA and
Make-up Committees: Service Honor
VARON, SAM - Mid-Winter Concert:
VIGUS. IRIS-Mid-Winter Concert:
Senior Night: Band Concert: Secretary,
Big "G" Club: After-School Sports: Hon-
or Society: Vocational Secretary.
VIGUS, SPRAGUE - Traffic Commit-
tee: Chairman, Lunchroom and Employ-
ment Committees: Roll Officer: Ski Club.
Honor Society: Mes-
senger Staff: Basket-
ball Manager: Track
DICK BOTHWELL RUTH HIMMELMAN JOHN LARSON SUSAN HAWKES
Boys' Club "Both"-elnech Miss Arrow, 1943 "King" John Journalism, her Pur-"sue"-t
WALKER, MARIAN ESTELLE-Mid-
Winter Concert: Opera: Senior Represen-
WALLING, JOHN - Aviation Club:
Roll Secretary: Track.
WATKINS, MARY - Ski Club: Fine
Arts, Health and Make-up Committees:
WEIGEL, CLIFFORD- Football: Base-
WELLS, GLORIA JEWEL - Advisory
Board: Funfest: Mid-Winter Contest:
Spring Concert: Lunchroom: Fine Arts
Committee: After-School Sports.
WENKERT, ERNEST-Roll Secretary:
Honor Society: Honor Roll: Arrow Staff:
Pen Staff: Chess Club.
Transferred f r o m
W H I T T A K E R,
Ski Club: Standards
ENCE - Mid-Winter
Concert: Funfest: Roll
WICKL UND, MAY
-Honor Roll: Roll
m o r e Representative:
After - School Sports:
Senior Night: Fun-
fest: Lunchroom Com-
WILSON, MELVILLE - Debate Club:
WINGETT. BYRON -- Managing Edi-
tor, Messenger: Quill and Scroll: Fresh-
man Track: Funfesl: Bleachers Commit-
tee: Honor Society.
WOLFSTONE, STANLEY - Roll Rep-
resentative: Senior Representative: Honor
Society: Funfest: Track: Ski Club.
WORONIECKI, JACK A.-Open Forum
Club: Ticket Committee.
3 WILLNER. RICHARD-Office Workers'
Committee: Open Forum Club: Roll Rep-
YAPLEE, ALLEN S.
- Honor Society:
Committee: T i c k et
Committee: S a f e t y
Senior Night : Mid-
Y U E N , M A R -
dent, Girls' Club: Ad-
visory Board: Honor
Society: Athletic Man-
ager, Big "G" Club:
Chairman, U s h e r
Roll: Girls' Club Cab-
WILLIAM - Foot-
ball: Track: Ski Club:
Ski Team: Bleachers
Committee: Roll Pres-
JUNE HORAN LOUIE BAROH PERCY SNIDER MARY MEISNEST
Feature" Of The "Mess" All-Around Atlas "Copy Cutie" "Miss', Of The "Mess"
FIRST ROW: Bur-
ton, Eleanor: Boonov.
C l a i r e : Jacobson.
Stanley. S E C O N D
ROW: Druxman, Cal:
Smith, Arlene: Kot-
kins, Walter: Parry.
Shirley: Koenig, Kath-
erine: Stavig, Jerry.
THIRD ROW: Ban-
nick, Bob: B r a d y.
John: Stockley. Bar-
bara: Beach. Bonnie:
FOURTH R O W :
Soden, Dale: Dootson.
Bob: Casserd, Fred:
Teufel, Bill: Dreyer,
The Senior committees do the work that accompanies the many activities of every high school's
Senior class. Acting as representatives of their classmates, they undertake the task of making their last
year at Garfield one which is happy and unforgettable.
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FRONT R O W: Ju-
cobson, Dottie. S E C -
OND ROW: Schuur,
Dick: Meisnest. Mary:
THIRD ROW: Drux-
man, Calvin: Dootson.
FRONT ROW: Mar-
shall, Naida. SECOND
ROW: Lowe. Jack:
THIRD ROW: San-
ders. Will: Howard,
FRONT ROW: Mc-
Laughlin, Glo r i a I
Himmelman, R u t h J
Hasselo. R a y. SEC-
OND ROW: Sanders.
Will: Bannick, Bob:
Riley. Jack: Druxman.
Cal: Stavig, Jerry.
CAROL LUCKS SID KREMS MARY RANDOLPH
Secretary-Treasurer President Vice-President
MISS ELIZABETH SCHOEPPEL MR, DONALD HOYT
The juniors are concerned with a two-fold purposeg
first, to make a permanent place for themselves in an
occupation or profession, and second, to give imme-
diate aid to the war effort.
By enrolling in shop courses, mechanical drawing,
aeronautics, domestic science, and mathematics classes,
juniors are obtaining knowledge useful in winning the
war. In addition to the academic side of their program,
many students hold part-time jobs at the shipyards,
at Boeings, and in the down-town stores. In this way,
they are engaging in democracy while preparing to
fight for it.
While fulfilling these new responsibilities, the
juniors are not neglecting their vocational plans. Al-
though the war effort is at present of paramount im-
portance, still their ultimate goal is establishing them-
selves in society.
BIGGAR. DONNA LEE
BECKER, MARY BELLE
BURKE, MARY JANE
CALDWELL, LEE ELLEN
DE LEON, REGINA
GATCHET, CORA JANE
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Front row: Decorations Com-
mittee: Greene, Dick: Griffin.
Laurie: Hawkes. Susan: Ran-
dolph, Mary: Jones, Anne: Nel-
son, Mary. Second row: Enter-
tainment Committee: Eells,
Charles: Latimer, Bill: Shaw,
Jean: Baxter, Barbara: Fire,
Mary: Huston, Polly. Third
row: Publicity: Kulzer, Janet:
Dow. Janet. Fourth row: Senior
Decoration Committee: Bonham,
Bruce: Iuarsson. Arnie: Gorin,
Jerry: Miller. Barbara: Loeb,
Erica: Biggar, Donna Lee.
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HENRY STANLEY PHYLIS CROTHERS ELIZABETH ROSS
Vice-President Presidenl Secretary-Treasurer
MISS RUTH BOLING
The sophomores are in the midst of a busy life.
They must make choices this year that may well serve
as sign-posts to their ultimate destination. In addition
to selecting the courses that will be most helpful in
preparing them for their vocation or profession, they
must make their necessary contributions to the war
effort. They have Victory Corps requirements to meet,
armed service requirements to satisfy, and hundreds
of other war-time obligations to fulfill.
But, like everyone else, the deeper concern of the
sophomores is not with the war, but with the peace-
ful and prosperous world to come. They have to make
every minute count today, that tomorrow's life will
have firm and intelligent foundations. They have a
sacred trust to perform in the future world, and they
will execute that trust like true Americans.
FRONT ROW: Barnetl, Dorothy:
Beard, Selma: Barclay. Evelyn: Baron.
Rena: Bannick, Kris. SECOND ROW.
Barron, Lee: Baron, Dave: Baur. Bob:
Bell, Remi: Barokas, Morgan.
FRONT ROW: Boop, Emily: Bridge
Dolores: Brown, Mary Anne: Brum-
ble, Jacqueline: Bower, Clytie. SEC-
OND ROW: Branks. Louise: Brewer,
Jack: Brauer, Gordon: Burke. Jack
THIRD ROW: Brechtel, Hugh: Brien
Ted: Bruce, Bob.
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FRONT ROW: Anderson, Vernon:
Adatto, Ralph: Amira, Rose: Angel,
Bea: August, Marian. S E C O N D
R O W : Andrews, Dick: Anderson,
Dick: Almeleh, Dave: Adler, Irwin:
Alhadeff, Leon. THIRD ROW: Adam-
son, Bernard: August, Irving.
FRONT ROW: Benueniste, Josephine :
Benveniste, Dina: Bensusen, Julia:
Bianchi. Betty: Blumberg, Arlene: Ben-
sal, Virginia, SECOND ROW: Ben-
nett, Henry: Bilsten, George: Bianchi,
Bob: Beuschlein, Warren: Block, Don.
THIRD ROW: Bloom, Allyn: Blair.
FRONT ROW: Chinn. Helen: Chinn,
Bertha: Caston, Zelma: Caluo. Rae:
Christensen. June: Chan, Frances.
S E C O N D ROW: Cady. Norman:
Chaplan. Thelma: Catlett. Lois: Carl-
stedt. Doris: Carlisle. Shirley. THIRD
R O W : Christenxen. Bob: Copple.
Dave: Collins, Dan: Christiansen,
FRONT ROW: Dreitzler. Marilyn
Edwards, Gladys: Dohm, Barbara
Eskenazi, Marcelle. SECOND ROW.
Exley. Bob: Deming, Bill: Dreilzler,
Ralph: Elbert, Cliff. THIRD ROW
Eskenazi, Jack: Duletshy. Joe.
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FRONT ROW:Conners, Shirley: Dale.
Lola: Cummack, Rosemary: Danz.
Geraldine: Conneuey, Madge: Cross,
Marjorie. SECOND ROW: Davanzo.
John: Davis. Jim: Cook. Bill: Cous-
ins, Marian: Coleman, Clint. THIRD
ROW: Cohn, John: Becker. Stanton:
FRONT ROW: Flowers. LeEtta: Fitz-
gerald, Sharon: Fink, Celia: Funex.
Vfvian: Funk, Marie. SECOND ROW:
Flanley, Shirley: Fisher. Joanne:
Faulkner, Jeanne: Flynn. Patricia.
THIRD ROW: Fraser. Norma: Free-
man. Janice: Farrell. Bill: Galanti.
FRONT ROW: Hartt, John: Hasson.
Rachel: Hand, Arlene: Ham, Lilly:
Guy, Doris. SECOND ROW: Harris.
Marian: Hale. Lloyd: Hagemann. Ar-
dith: Grinolds. Gene. THIRD ROW:
Hartnett, Tom: Hagen, Jane: Gron-
nerud, Henry: Hanan. Solly.
FRONT ROW: Krimsky. Donna:
Kully. Molly: Katz, Gerda: Jung, Lil-
lian: Knight. Ethel: Ketchum. Joan,
SECOND ROW: Kerns, Jack: Jones.
Eva May: Kohn, Susie: Kingsbury,
Charline E.: Krause, Dorothy. THIRD
ROW: Knettle, Harvey: Johnson,
Larry: Krakovsky, Charles: Kulseth.
Donald: Johnson. Robert.
FRONT ROW: Galliett, Geraldine
Galliett, Genevieve: Greengard, Merle
Greenborg, Rita: Ginsberg, Revella
SECOND ROW: Gottschalk, Herbert
Gold, Stan: Goodge, Bill: Gayton
Guela. THIRD ROW: Greene. Joe,
Gordon, Tullis: Glazer, Howard.
FRONT ROW: Israel, Katherine: Ja-
cobson, Barbara: Johnson. Esther:
Hudgins, Louise. SECOND ROW:
Jerusalami, Seb: Johnson, George: Ja-
cobsen, John: Horn, Joyce.
FRONT ROW: Luban. Joan: Levy,
Mildred: Losk, Ramona: Larsen, Dal
ma: Ledwidye, Joan. SECOND ROW.
Liberman, Fay Jean: Levy, Jennie
Lovejoy, Jane: Lepsoe. Ingrid: Louns
bury, Jo Ann. THIRD ROW: Lar
son, Charles: Lienesch, John: Lander
FRONT ROW Miller Ruth McDon
ald Lorraine Goodnou, Merrillyn
Miller Caroline McGall1ard .Sarah
Jane: Moody, Phyllis. SECOND
ROW: Moskowitz, Evelyn: Misun-
adze. Julia: Horton, Ann: Mitchell.
Joan: Moore, Warren, THIRD ROW:
Carleton. Stan: McDaniel. William:
FRONT ROW: Lundberg, Harriet:
Madding. Leona: Lum, Landes: Mar-
garinsky, Galena: Ginsberg, Evelyn:
Bumstead, Barbara. SECOND ROW:
Lundy, Raymond: Eny, Donald: Lum,
Abe: Caluo, Vivian: Marble, Mary:
Goodwin, Lillian. THIRD ROW:
Lung, Winston: August, Irving: Malk,
Bill : Malkow, Gilbert: Manning, Don.
FRONT ROW: Nagler, David: O'Neil,
Irene: Osborn, Jane: Opperman, Mar-
tha: Morris. Winifred: Ortega, Mary.
SECOND ROW: Nelson, Wilbert: Ny-
quist, Roger: Hagen, Jerry: Nutt. Mary
Lou. THIRD ROW: Deming, Bill:
Olsen. Dick: Nelson, Pat.
FRONT ROW: Reid, Violet: Rea
Shirley: Potter, Pat: Remmert, Jean
SECOND ROW: Raab, George: Race.
George: Quigley. Billy: Redmond
Howard. THIRD ROW: Robinson
Charles: Potter, Gene: Poplack, Ken-
neth: Handley, Leo.
FRONT R O W : Schmulman, Sara
Sinkewik, Lois: Schooley. Jo: Seward
Margie: Sfhunzacher. Marilyn. SEC-
OND ROW: Shiffman, Regina:
Srhwarz, Geraldine: Shearer, Sandra
Scharhon. Mary: Schwartz. Lou
THIRD ROW: Srheelar. Jim: Shank
Dave: Schnaidt, John.
FRONT ROW: Pearl, Diane: Philips,
Mattie: Philips, Dee: Palmer, James:
Parry,Muriel. SECOND ROW: Paul,
Phil: Peha, Joe: Peters, Sheldon: Pe-
terson, Jackie. THIRD ROW: Pearl,
Lawrence: Palmer, Ralph: Parker,
Jerry: Petersky. Millard.
FRONT ROW: Robinson, Doris: Rin-
kin, Jeanette: Rixon, Jack: Romano,
Dave A.: Sadis, Julia. S E CO N D
ROW: Sarkowsky, Fred: Rosenthal,
Roy Jr.: Ross, Gladys: Rogers, Jean:
Rousso, Louie. THIRD ROW: Ro-
mano, Dave: Roundy. Gordon: Ross,
Arnold: Rock. Ronald: Rirhlen,
FRONT ROW: Steiner. Sylvia: Speer,
Corrine: Stevenson, Betty: Solam,
Jean: Saura, Constance. S EC ON D
ROW: Stewart. Glynn: Stowell, Helen
Lee: Smelt, Geraldine: Stork, Eric.
THIRD ROW: Short, Edward: Stein-
brecher, Kurt: Stinson, William: Stern-
Q5 x, Y
FRONT ROW: Wells, Larry: Varri
ano, Carl: Weatherston, Jane: Wilson
Brian. SECOND ROW: White, Lois
Weber, Eva: Wilson, Helen: Wick-
lund, Harry, THIRD ROW: Wil
liams, Pat: VonTobel, Robert: White,
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FRONT ROW: Thompson, Gail:
Tremper, Harriet: Talbot, Nancy:
Tover, Beverly: Tallman, Ellen. SEC-
OND ROW: Tolliver. Marge:
Thomas, Virginia: Tilton, Mary:
Tremper. Jack. THIRD ROW:
Thompson, Jack: Strohecker, Jim:
Streak. Milan: Thompson, Richard.
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FRONT ROW: Zueff, Lela: Zober,
Sonia: Zido, Dolores: Yee, Mable.
SECOND ROW: Wiviolt, Leonard:
Young, Lucie Mae: Wittler, Muriel:
Yaplee, Ed. THIRD ROW: Wright,
Allen: Young, Ann.
JACK BURKE BILL COOK JOAN LUBAN
Secretary-Treasurer President Vice-President
MRS. VIRGINIA OLMSTED
The freshmen are just beginning. They have be-
fore them four years of experiences that will probably
prove to be the most pleasant ones of their entire
youth. In Garfield, these students will receive valuable
instruction not only in the scholastic subjects of their
choice, but also in sportsmanship and team-work, the
essence of our athletic and national program. Happy
days, good friends, school spirit--all these will inject
themselves into four unforgettable years.
But this year's freshmen have other, more im-
portant obligations and responsibilities to fulfill.
Their lives are crowded with additional work stem-
ming from a nation at war. The freshmen will accept
these changes with good grace. They will realize the
importance of participation in the government of a
school fully conscious of its war-time duties. They
will stride ahead, confidently, to their ultimate des-
tinations and victory.
FRONT ROW: Bensal. David: Bar-
nett, Helen: Arshon, Morris: Bengtson,
Sally: Barto, Dick. SECOND ROW:
Bender, Stanley: Attebery, Bob: Barr.
Shirley: Attebery, Eliot: Barohas. Es-
ther. THIRD ROW: Behur. Jack:
Azose. Solomon: Becker. Raymond:
Bell, Fred: Bard, Alvin.
FRONT ROW: Clampitt, Clayton:
Chiprut, Becky: Chinn, May: Chinn,
Edith: Chin, Norma. SECOND ROW:
Chernick, Eugene: Clark, Clara: Chip-
rut, Fannie, Clise, Ann. TH I R D
ROW: Cohn. Don: Chinn, Fred:
Chrislianson, John: Chase, James.
FRONT ROW: Anderson, Ruth: Al-
meleh, Dave: Adair, Mickey: Amon.
Dorothy: Alhadeff, Rachel. SECOND
ROW: Alfarone, Jean: Alexander. Jac-
queline: Andrews, Jean: Angel, Lily:
Andersen, Edna. THIRD ROW: An-
gel, Sam: Agoado, Myer: Adams, Bill:
Alhadell, Tillie: Adair, Fred.
FRONT ROW: Brewer, LaBertus:
Berry. Harold: Benueniste, Mollie:
Chaikin. Norman. SECOND ROW:
Brewer. Lorraine: Carlo. Gloria: Cal-
Uo, Pearl: Cady, Gordon: Berard, Jim.
THIRD ROW: Bradley, Don: Bunch,
Frances: Capeloto. Joe: Boynton,
Wayne: Bothwell, Janet. FOURTH
ROW: Bulterfield, Ralph: Calderhead,
Jim: Califf, Scott: Bowles, Albert:
FRONT ROW: Cordova, Jack: Davis,
Dorolhy: Cutler, Sylvia: Danielson,
Doris: Couden, Patricia. S E C ON D
ROW: Devine, Lauris: Davis, Bar-
bara: Colvin. Robert: Cone, Nat:
Coon, Gloria. THIRD ROW: Cum-
ins, Carla: Conway, Janet: Devin, Vir-
ginia: Cousins, Geraldine. FOURTH
ROW: Crossley, Frank: Davis, Dick:
Darch, Al: Cowell, Pat.
FRONT ROW: Eskenazi, Joyce: Eng.
Mary Jane: Eng, Fannie: Eklund,
Dick: Eng, Kermit. SECOND ROW:
Elmbery, Jean: Dorsett, Gloria: Dorn-
ing, Barbara: Erdrich, Alvin: Ding-
wall, Richard: Erickson, Gale. THIRD
ROW: Elliot, Pearl: Edwards, Jay:
Doyon, Jean: Erickson, Warner: Dyas,
Francis. FOURTH ROW: Duff, Tom:
Dow, Dale: Eddy. Bill: Dyson, Louis.
FRONT ROW: Fine, Rozelle: Flow-
ers, Emily: Fleming, Delaine: Farqu-
har, Winifred: Foss, Albert. SECOND
ROW: Fortney. Ruth: Fisher, Robert:
Franklin, David: Fouts, Pauline:
Forbes, Dale. THIRD ROW: Flieder.
Bill: Franco, Ike: Eskenazi, Solomon:
FRONT ROW: Gettman, Marion:
Goldman, Alan: Graham, Phyllis: Fri-
dell, Stanley: Fumes, Rachel. SECOND
ROW: Gray, Bob: Geyer, Dale: Gold-
berg. Bernice: Glass, Wanda, THIRD
ROW: Freed, Dorothy: Gibson, Betty:
Grashin, George: Gillie, Paul: Graff.
FRONT ROW: Hatch, Helen: Gute-
Uitch, Clarice: Halpern, Jerry: Gunn,
Joanne. SECOND ROW: Grimes,
Jewel: Gunby, Paula: Gregor. Wesley.
THIRD ROW: Hartford, Charles:
Hamish, Alan: Hasson, Victor: Hanan,
FRONT ROW: Israel, David: Hinton.
Donna: Horowitz, Rose: Huey. Ruby:
Hunt, Mary Elaine. SECOND ROW:
Holm, Dolores: Heal, Jack: Israel. Ike:
Hauighorst, Joan. THIRD ROW:
Hong, Bok: Honeychurch, Pearl: Hill.
Jean: Glena, Herman. FOURTH
ROW: Howland, Dolores: Holmes.
Joe: Howie. John: Henderson, Bobby.
FRONT ROW: Lauendar, Elizabeth:
Kimball, Dolores: Kleinberg, Joey:
Lasky. Nadine: Kliev, Betty. SECOND
ROW: Koch. Alice: Killian, Mary:
King, George: Krause, Wilma. THIRD
ROW: Larsen, Howie: Kosin, Allen:
Lane, Marion.: Killam, Tom: Lager-
FRONT ROW: Kiang, Nelson: John-
son, Henry: Kiang, Grace: Johnson.
Lois: Johnson, Betty. S E C O N D
ROW: Kastriner, Rita: Kappler, Bar-
bara: Keeff, Allan: Jeffries. Dale:
Ivarsson, Solueig. THIRD ROW: Is-
rael, Lazzar: Kidder, Jack: Johnson.
Ray: Katsman, Auve: Johnson, Craig.
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FRONT ROW: Little. Gloria: Le
Grande. Ilene: Lindenberger, Herbert:
Leopold, Florelei: Lawson, Allan.
SECOND ROW: Lathrop. Lew:
Lewis. Bill: Long, Cornelius: Lew.
Dip: Lee, Jane. THIRD ROW: Lit'
tell, Bob: Lescher, Bob: Lowe. Dick:
Lightfoot, Harry: Lipshitz, Kenneth.
FRONT ROW: Mizrahi. Morris: Mil
ler, Jack: Mohrer, Irene: Mezistrano,
Anne. SECOND ROW: Meaney, Jean:
Minsk. Bernie: Mitchell. Bernie:
Mooney, Bob. THIRD ROW: Mullen
Chuck: Meade. Vivian: McLean, Lu-
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FRONT ROW: Marshall, Grant:
Lyon, Virginia: Luse. Juanita: Mar,
Donald, SECOND ROW: Matheus.
Gale: Mar. Roy: Mar, Edwin: Mahler,
Barbara: Mar, Calvin. THIRD ROW:
Lycette. Jack: Mathews, Donna: Lus-
ley, Wayne: Marcus, Melvin.
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FRONT ROW : Myers, Lorraine:
Oquist, Wilma: Nichleson, Rose Anne:
Andrews, Jean. SECOND ROW: Neal-
lie, Elaine: Oakland. Illah: Olson. Mar-
shall: Olson, Barbara: Nelson. Doro-
thy. THIRD ROW: Ora. Edith: Mix-
on, Edwin: Ormbreck. Shirley: Opper-
man, Alma. FOURTH ROW: Nielson,
Tom: Odell, Jim: Munson, Gill: Ol-
FRONT ROW: Richardson. John:
Ray, Pat: Rey, Charlotte: Powers,
Margaret: Shaw, Mary Jane. SECOND
ROW: Reichert, Bill: Randall. Earl:
Redmon, Reba: Redington, Ramona:
Proctor, Priscilla: Race, Helen. THIRD
ROW: Printz, Pete: Reibman, Dave:
Raphael, Roy: Rameau, Chuck: Pratt,
FRONT ROW: Seidenverg, Evelyn:
Shortt, Alberta: Seideman, Michael:
Seltz, Virginia: Searles, Charleen.
SECOND ROW: Schlenker, Bill : Sho-
shin, Victoria: Schumacher, John:
Scott, Barbara. THIRD ROW: Shay
Alban: Howes, Bobbie: Schroeder,
Jerry: Shaw. Consuelo,
FRONT ROW: Pohsl, Fred: Poplack.
Rhoda: Perry, Genevieve: Perkins, Col-
leen: Payne, Lulu. SECOND ROW:
Peoples, Derrick: Peha, Mary: Perry,
Barbara: Peterson, Mollie. THIRD
ROW: Osborne, Bob: Oziel, Jake:
Peha, Mike: Pass, Bert: Partlow, Bill.
FRONT ROW: Rogers, Ann: Santo,
Genevieve: Ryan, Terry: Ross, Ron:
Rogers, Barbara. SECOND ROW:
Rubicam, Denise: Routley. Betty Anne:
Rose, Morton: Root, Dorothy.
T H I R D R O W: Robinson, Don:
Rousso, Sam: Saunders, Eris: Rome-
rein, Jean: Rumberger, George,
FRONT R O W : Skinner, Thelma:
Stoeckert, Frances: Strange, Vanetta:
Solomon, Joan: Stewart, Dorothy.
SECOND ROW: Sugenthaler, Phyllis:
Strickland, Lois: Spreckels, Barbara:
Sorensen, Harris: Sidis, Joe. THIRD
ROW: Stevens, John: Smith, Bill:
Strickler, Bette: Strom, Wilma: Strom-
mer, Tom. FOURTH ROW: Siegel,
George: Stan, Anita: Salomon, Jer-
ome: Softky, Doreen.
FRONT ROW: Wayde, Coleen: Ward,
Joe: Watson,Jean: Volotin, Charlotte:
Wiggers. Gloria. SECOND R O W :
Widegeon, Bill: Van Meter, Dorene:
Van Meter. Dolores: Wheeler, Phyllis:
Van Horn, Anne. THIRD R O W :
Walker, Dorothy: Wagner, Jack: Wi-
borg, Eddie: Wicks. Mary. FOURTH
ROW: Webb, Cecil: Williams, George:
Whipple, Farnces: Whipple, Charles:
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Bruce. SECOND R O W .' Valbush
H a z el : Taylor, Dick: Syuerson
FRONT ROW: Wohlgelernter, Elo-
zer: Wolpin, Hyman: Woolfe, Iris.
SECOND R O W : Woeck, Juanita,
Wicks, Phyllis: Workman. Lee: Wolfe.
Joanne. THIRD ROW: Wood, Ted,
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provement and greater service to Gar-
The Radiance Roll typifies the finest
in Garfield girls. lt is composed of twelve
members chosen by the girls of the stu-
dent body, This year's group constitutes
our twentieth Radiance Roll, carrying
out an old tradition.
Membership in this group is consid-
ered one of the highest honors given to
a girl while at Garfield. Knowing and
working with these girls serves as an in-
centive to others to strive for self-im-
The Girls' Club officers are the back-bone of
the Girls' Club. Their wise leadership is respon-
sible for the steady progress and co-operation
of its members.
It is the task of the officers to make a place in
school for every girl. Freshmen find the officers
invaluable in aiding them to get acquainted with
Garfield. Sophomores are led to feel their first
active interest in leadership, while the upperclass-
men are already deep in the work of committees
and community service.
Through their united efforts, each girl is
guided in finding a niche suitable to her interests
and abilities, thus enabling her to spend four
happy years at Garfield.
MISS EMILIE HENSEL
NAIDA MARSHALL MITZI TIPP MARGARET YUEN
Treasurer Secretary Vice-President
0 '74 Q
The Girls' Advisory Board is a vital
part of the democratic government of
our Garfield community. Its members,
either elected or appointed, try to show
by their own example and judgment,
how the girls should conduct themselves
at all times in order to make our com-
munity a happy one in which to live.
While serving on the Advisory Board,
the members are learning not only to
become better women themselves, but
also to suggest and advise others in their
own self-improvement. This early train-
ing composes a strong foundation for
the important decisions and problems
that will arise in the future.
First Column Second Column
BOONOV, CLAIRE BURKE, VIRGINIA
DOW, JANET ELLIOTT, VIRGINIA
HILL, NORMA LEE HUSTON, POLLY
KUMMER, LUELLA NELSON, MARJORIE
RANDOLPH, MARY WELLS. JEWEL
One of the key notes of the Girls' Club is
service: this is the mainstay of the Girls' cabi-
net. On the Social Service, Friendship, Stand-
ards, P. Q., and National Emergency Commit-
tees. in addition to many others, the girls are
busily engaged in executing their individual,
scholastic, and national obligations.
Every chairman on the cabinet guides her
fellow workers in beneficial and intelligent
projects. She is both learning and teaching
principles of leadership, ro-operation, and
First Column Second Column Third Column
ELEANOR BURTON DOLORES BRUNNER JAMIA CONE
NANCY DOWNS MARY FITE CHARLOTTE
SHIRLEY GORMLEY GLORIA GUNN JANE HAGEN
SUSAN HAWKES RUTH HIMMELMAN MARGARET JONES
MOXENE JONES KATHERINE
KOENIG DORIS MfMILLAN
EWCA LOEB JUNE MATHIS KATHLEEN
BARBARA MILLER BARBARA MOORE O CONNOR
EMILY STANTON MARY PAT STOVER SUTHERLAND
DOROTHY ELAINE PAT
ROSENTHAL ROSS SHANNON
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vice Flag. Map Making. Morse Code, and
Sextant and Latitude are taught, ln weekly
classes, teachers and students are working
together in these various activities which
serve as a background for essential peace-
time occupations and professions.
The work of the Victory Corps is a typi-
cal example of the determination of the citi-
zens of tomorrow to preserve and uphold
7, Aerial Photography and Camouflage -Air.
8. Salesmanship V-e-Production.
9. Knots, Splicing and Braiding Sea,
lll. Plotting Prohlemsfflir.
ll. Celestial ObservationfAir.
lJ.Faculty Victory Corps Committee: Luther
More. Sea: Gertrude Hoppock. Land: Harold
Jeffery. Air: Charles Greer. Production.
li. Record and Sheet Music Collecting. Community
l4.Sludent Victory Corps Committee: Sitting:
Janet Dow. Norma Lee Hill, Claire Boonou:
Standing: Bill Kidder, Jack Lowe. Mickey
Serving in the roll of law execu-
tors for the Boys' Club are the elected
and chosen members of the Advisory
Board. On their shoulders rest decisions
to be made over countless controversies
and problems that continually face the
Boys' Club and its personnel. At regu-
lar intervals the Advisory Board meets'
to pass judgment and advice on all issues,
important and incidental. Upon the
clear and sensible thought and decision
of the Board depends the working suc-
cess of the Boys' Club.
The purpose of the Boys' Club is to cre-
ate a bond of friendship, understanding,
and co-operation among its members. It is
with complete consciousness of this purpose
that the Boys' Club officers work. They
execute the responsibilities of their offices
with care and judgment. and use wise, con-
siderate action in daily contacts.
These officers have gained the confidence
and trust of their fellow Boys' Club work-
ers. They have been elected to their respec-
tive positions because they are thought
worthy. Through their efforts and achieve-
ments they are not only promoting a closer
relationship between freshmen, sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors, but also prepar-
ing themselves for places of responsibility
and leadership in the world of tomorrow.
CHARLES BRIGHAM JACK LOWE MR. H. B. CUNNINGHAM
Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President Advisor
The first lieutenants of the Boys' Club ad-
ministration are the committee chairmen. In
their hands lie great responsibilities as super-
visors of the jobs set forth by the executive
committee. There are twenty-five chairmen,
each acting as foreman over one phase of the
The addition of two new committees
stresses inevitably the relationship between
the war and the Garfield Boys' Club. These
are the War Service Activities and Victory
Corps, the latter being affiliated with the
Girls' Club. The formulation of such commit-
tees bears witness of a war-conscious student
DON FLQREY STAN FRIEDMAN GEORGE HAGE
BOB HALLGREN ART HARRIS CHARLES
BOB MILLER MADISON MOORES MARYATT
SANFORD TOM OWEN
BOB PATTEN PETERSKY sAM PRATHER
WALT RICHTER DICK SCHUUR DALE SODEN
sIIELDoN DUGALD JOHN ALAN
SOFTKY STEWART WALLS YAPLEE
The Honor Society is an organization of merit
in Garfield. On the basis of four points for an
three points for a two points for a
and one point for a those students
who have satisfied the requirements automatic-
ally become members and receive symbolic pins
for each year of membership. In addition to re-
ceiving points for their respective grades, students
may also receive points for the services they rene
der to Garfield,
MR. CLIFTON T. SMITH VIRGINIA BURKE
GOLD SEAL, FEBRUARY 1942
Front row: Naida Marshall, Virginia
Elliott. Zyndell Berliner. Emily Stan-
ton. Shirley Gormley, Betsy Jones.
Second row: Melville Wilson, Jerry
Stavig, Bob Patten, Luella Kummer,
Third row: Ralph Shelton, Joe Bren-
wer. Jack Lowe, Ralph Berlolin.
GOLD SEAL FEBRUARY l945
First row Dow Janet Loeb Erica Rlv
km Marian Srharnon Rachel Cowley
Barbara. Second row: Webb, Pat: Kelle
her Elise: Limbeck. Shirley: Sadick, Cor
inne: Sidell Rosalie: Mohrer, Hilda.
Third row: Israel. Joe: Corbally. Eugene
Seideman Hans: Alhadeff, Victor: Hill,
Norma Lee: Doris Anne.
TWO BAR SEPTEMBER I94'
First row Schain Sylvia Johnston
Mary Zalocco Eleanor Nelson Rena
Sidell, Rosalie. Second row: Dubson, Lil-
lian: Hyland, Helen: Caldwell, Lee Ellen:
Peterson, Marilyn: Bowden, Barbara.
Third row: Bonham, Bruce: Nelson. Mar-
jorie: Lucks. Carol: Gatchet, Cora Jane:
Webb, Pat: Yormark, Ben.
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GOLD SEAL. SEPTEMBER 1942
First row: Rosenthal, Dorothy: Manol-
zdes, Mary: Yuen. Margaret: Shannon,
Patricia: Boonov, Claire: Goodnow.
Charlotte. Second row: Tipp, Mitzi: Yap-
lee, Allen S.: Prince. John: Cohn, Sid:
Mohrer. Hilda P.: Sutherland, Barbara.
Third row: Petersky, Sanford: Lavender,
Denis Peter: Wenkert, Ernest: Fisher,
Fred: Burke. Virginia. Fourth row: Shain.
Irving: Levin, Herb: Casserd, Fred: Brins-
TWO-BAR, SEPTEMBER 1942
First row: Hasson, Sara: Nelson, Mary:
Dow. Janet: Loeb, Erica. Second row:
Mark, Richard: Cone. Jamia: Miller, Bar-
bara: Biggar. Donna Lee. Third row:
Riess, Herbert: Woolsey, Alfred: Seideman.
Hans: Randolph, Mary.
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TWO-BAR, FEBRUARY 1943
First row: Stanton, Antoinette: Crothers,
Phyllis: Case, Sylvia: Peterson. Jackie.
Second row: Woolsey, Alfred: Steinbrech-
er, Kurt: Carlstedt. Doris: Stover, Mary
TWO-BAR, FEBRUARY 1945
First row: Bonham, Bruce: Elyn, Irwin
Wolpin, Melvin: Hill, John: Bergman
Elihu. Second row: Laudan, Phillip: An-
drews, Arthur: Berger, Jules: Geisert,
ONE-BAR. SEPTEMBER 1942
First row: Brown. Mary Ann: Chinn
Bertha: Lum, Landis: Funes, Vivian. Sec
ond row: Goodwin. Lillian: Laney, Ger-
trude: Carlsledt, Doris: Stover, Mary Pat.
Third row: Peterson, Jackie: Geisert, W i
Fred: Rousso, Louie: Baur, Bob.
ONE-BAR. FEBRUARY 1941
First row: Magarinsky, Galena: Exley
Bob: Nagler. David: Kingsbury, E, Char-
line. Second row: Bell, Remi: Goodge.
Bill: Stevenson, Betty: Wells, Larry
Third row: Rogers, Jean : Wittler, Muriel
Anderson. Dick: Burke, Jack.
ONE-BAR. SEPTEMBER 1942
First row: Dohm, Barbara: Bumstead
Barbara: Weatherston, Jane: Baron, Rena,
Larsen, Dalma. Second row: Anderson
Dick: Davanzo, John: Bilsten, George.
Brown, Phyllis: McGalliard, Sarah Jane
Third row: Young, Lucie May: Deming
Bill: Schwarz. Jerry: Flynn, Patricia.
ONE-BAR, FEBRUARY 1943
First row: Luban, Joan: Levy, Mildred
Conners. Shirley: Thompson, Gail. Sec-
ond row: Caplan, Thelma: Rivkin, Jean-
ette: Cook, Bill: Adler, lrwin, Third row
Greene, Joe: Schnaidt, John.
The roll bankers represent the thrifty side of Garfield Through their
weekly effort Garfield students learn to acquire the habit of banking reg-
ularly a principle so invaluable in this present uncertain world ln urging
others to save these roll bankers are also impressing upon themselves the
Front row: Bumstead. Bar-
bara: Lindenberger. Herbert:
Bodhaine, Autumn: Lund-
berg, Harriet: Blumberg, Ar-
lene: Dow. Janet: Shannon,
Patricia. Second row: Mosh-
catel. Jack: Schwartz. Fran-
ces: Opperman, Martha: Ex-
ley, Roberta: Wohlgelernler,
Hadassah: Upton. Leila:
Tatt, Natalie: Potter, Patty.
Third row: Softky, Shirley:
Seideman. H a n s : Bender.
Lorraine: Misuradze, Julia:
Parker, Jackie: Kappler, Bar-
bara: Marble, Mary. Fourth
row: Laudan, Phillip: Yor-
mark, Ben: Bloom, Allyn:
Miller, Bob: Gibson, Burke:
Front row: Exley, Bob: Per-
ry, Genevieve: Smith. Hazel:
Dizdgbeiger. Herbert: Ja-
cobson, Dorothy: Baxter,
Barbara: Gurevitch, Clarice:
Dow, Janet: Bridge, Dolores.
Second row: Boonov. Claire:
Havighorst, Joan: Shannon,
Patricia: Upton. Leila: Stark,
Marilyn: Tatt, Natalie: Vo-
lo t i n , Charlotte: Howard,
Carmen. Third row: Peter-
sen, Paul: Schwartz, Frances:
Moshcalel, Jack: Bodhaine,
Autumn: Opperman, Mar-
tha: Gormley. Shirley: Os-
trom, Margaret: Exley. Ro-
berta. Fourth row: Tate,
Harold: Gorlick, Eddie: Race,
George: Marble, Mary: Has-
selo, Ray: Miller, Bob: Ha-
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First row: Martha
Dickinson, Naida Mar-
shall, Larry Wells,
Shirley Rea. Marian
Larsen. Shirley Lan-
der. Erica Loeb. Jo-
Second row: Frances
Dyas. Bernie Minsk,
Marilyn Wood, Sam
Garira, Mary Fite.
Shirley Barry, Antoin-
nette Stanton, Marilyn
Stark. Jeanette Riifkin.
Third row: Irving
Feinberg, Jerry Hagen,
Clint Coleman. Ted
Leader, Jim Charroin,
Marjorie Gray. Betsy
Jones, Bob Exley.
Fourth row: Larry
Johnson. Fred Geisert,
John Wheeler. Bill
McNae, Kelly Coon.
Cal Druxman. Arnold
Robbins, Peter Boyn-
Fifth row: Bob Ban-
nick, Siver Haye. Ber-
nard Gold, Stanley
Jaffe, Chas. Nelson,
John Sternberyh. Cliff
Sixth row: Howard
Knight. Georye Gulch-
et. Walt Richter, Bill
Teufel. Wes LeVeque.
Tom Owen. Bill Kid-
Haynes. Joan Luban,
Arlene Protlas. Dolores
Bridge, Landes Lum,
Phyllis Crothers. Bar-
bara Franklin. Barbara
Olsen. Lee Hitchings,
Second row: Laurie
Griffin. Lucille Kurus.
Elizabeth Ross. Betty
Stevenson. N a n c y
Downs, Barbara Mil-
ler, Jean Myers. June
Mathis. Jane Weather-
ston, Laura Habernal.
Third row: Roy Ra-
phael. Gilbert Mar-
kow, Margaret Priest-
ley, Norma Lee Hill.
Lillian Goodwin, Pal
Webb, Marian Braunn,
Fourth row: Ernest
K oeniy, William
Chinn, Solomon Az-
ose. Morton Blayer,
Don Baird, Joe Esken-
Fifth row: Bob Doo!-
son. Dick Bolhwell.
Lawrence Arnold, Ben
Rubicam, John Wall--
ing, Sprague Vigus.
GERALD STRICKLAND: Fall Edi- MISS MARY ETHEL DIXON: Ad- LEILA UPTON: Spring Editor. Quiet
tor. Ambition personified, versatile visor. The keeper of the keys to the and lovable. First female editor in
and dignified. His magazine broke Pen box. Magazine reaches new highs over a year. Climaxed career of con
all Pen sales records. Not content each semester with her help. tribution by becoming editor.
with being merely remarkable.
The Pen is a perfect example of de-
mocracy at work in Garfield High
School. In this magazine are published
the thoughts and feelings of the students.
Sitting: Jean Shaw, Mary Nelson, Donna Lee Biggar.
Standing: Ernest Wenkert, Leila Upton. Joe Santo, Har-
riet Maxwell, Herb Phillips, Shirley Softky.
free from censorship or restriction.
Through their creative ability Pen sub-
scribers today are enjoying the principles
which America is defending.
Sitting: Elaine Ross, Mildred Karnofsky, Cora Jane Ga!
Chet. Zyndell Berliner, Hilda Mohrer.
Standing: Herb Phillips, Arnold Robbins. Harriet Max
well, Joe Santo,
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BETSY JONES - Co-editor. Weath-
ered storms of administration 7 also
weathered slopes of Mt. Rainier. Put on
the final B. J. 4- quiet and efficient.
Everyone will want to re-
member and cherish the happen-
ings of this gear. Theg will want
to keep forever a visible, tangi-
ble proof of their accomplish-
ments in and aid to the winning
of the war. This Arrow will be
LUELLA KUMMER-fLayout leth-
nieiun. Queen of the layout staff. Tore
hair every time layouts were changed
--signed notes "Lulu" was slave
driver lo her staff.
HOB DOOTSON Person-
nel Co-editor. Struggled with
class-officer layouts- --"char-
lied" it in front of mike.
about drawing layouts -
didn't miss one Tolo.
NORMA LEE HILL --- Per-
sonnel Co-editor. Wrote
reams of lists, then lost them
--she's "all through!" Cor-
responded with the teachers--
had nightmares over senior
ALLAN DEUTSCH- Pho-
tography Editor. Took the
cover picture-also class offi-
cers. Nearly froze outside
with the freshmen and sopho-
mores. Sometimes disappear-
ed at picture-taking time.
KATIE O'CONNOR- - Art
Editor. Finished section in-
troductions in a hurry--then
"eds" made her draw them
over. Queer affinity for Bus
JERRY STAVIG 7 Business Man-
ager. Thought up sly captions for
senior features spent sleepless nights
trying to balanee the budget. Will join
Mariire Corps after graduation.
SANFORD PETERSKY -
Photography and Layout
Staffs. Spent long hours in
the dark room! Guarded his
drawing board with his life
+ enlarged a certain senior
DICK MILLER- Layouts.
Drew exacting feature layouts.
Pall-ed around with the as-
sistant editorfsarcastic jokes
--in the spring his fancy
turned to tennisf
ERNEST WENKERT 4
Layouts. Deserted Garfield in
January for the University.
Valuable help in choosing
theme i completed first lay-
out 7 affectionately known
ERNTER -- Girls' Sports
Editor. First to recognize
Little "G's" in the Arrow-
her copy plagued her. Collab-
orated with sports editor on
ELEANOR BURTON f
Copy. Always a week ahead
of schedule. contrary to tradi-
tion. Collapsed to learn we
might not have cover -
friends invaded Arrow sanc-
JOE ISRAEL-Copy. Fifth
period Sphynx - renowned
for good-naturedness. Tried
to get out of Chem. Worked
wonders with the Productions
MARY RANDOLPH-- Fea-
ture Co-editor. Ushered new
era into Arrow features 7
sponsored manhunts with a
camera - worried sick over
LAURIE GRIFFIN 4 Fea-
ture Co-editor. Man about
the Arrow-good for laughs
and odd jobs - Quarreled
with co-editor about who
did the most work!
Manager. Burned midnight
oil alphabetizing the fresh-
man lists. Long consultations
with H, Bf- -lived in mortal
fear of losing an Arrow.
The chief goal of those
ary and journalistic fields
Specialized for the feature sec-
tion-the man with the flash
bulb. Quiet and unassuming.
Where did he get all that film?
rapher. Played hide-and-seek
with the senior feature nega-
tives-gained himself a reputa-
tion for cheerful cooperation-
deserted Arrow in mid-year for
rapher. What would the Arrow
be without Johnnie's Leica?
Staff likes his new convertible
-wore his fingers to the bone
bershzp in Quill and Scroll.
working in the liter- Each year members are elected to this honor
at Garfield is mem- ary society by virtue of their outstanding work
on the Arrow, the Messenger, and the Pen staffs
FRONT ROW: Mary Meisnest: Janet Dow: Barbara Bowden. SECOND ROW: Mary Fite: Virginia Burke: Ruth
Himmelman: Leila Upton: Zyndell Berliner: Betsy Jones. STANDING: Sanford Petersky: Jerry Stauig: Eugene
Corbally: Jim Ruoff: Ralph Shelton: Chuck Brigham: Bob Bannick: Gerald Strickland: Allan Deutsch. Absentees
Mary Randolph: Luella Kummer: Elaine Ross: Byron Wingett.
L A I N E ROSS, Feature Editor:
ELISE KELLEHER. Assistant:
First Edition. Famous for "Ross'
ApuIsos" and "Elise's Pieces." Novel
page make-ups. Filled page with
POLLY HUSTON, Feature Editor:
JUNE HORAN, Assistant: Alter-
nate Edition. Gossip-mongers. frenf
zied interviewers. Named their col-
umns "Just Folly by Polly," and
"ln Tune with June."
BOB WESTLAKE, Assistant: BOB
BANNICK, Sports Editor: First
Edition "Behind the Yardstichf'
thanks to Bannick. Scintillating
stories, thanks to Westlake. This
duet got good results.
TOM BUSHNELL, Assistant: JIM
RUOFF. Sports Editor: Alternate
Edition. "The Tip-Off by Ruofff'
Heads a chore. but not the coverage
of the news.
HERB LEVIN, Ad Manager: SHIRA
LEY SIMMONS, Assistant. The ads
rolled in. Also took some urging.
Good urgers. Made their quota and
JOYCE STERN. ZYNDELL BER-
LINER. CONNIE SMITH, Copy
Editors. ln charge of heads. mis-
takes, and galleys. Good friends of
Bodoni Bold. Took over paper at
HENRY PETERS, Advisor. Fourth
advisor to grace 209. Gives each new
staff a great send-off. Omniscient on
subject of journalism,
CLAIRE BOONOV, MILDRED
KARNOFSKY, D O R O T H Y
SMART, Business Managers. Never
lost sight of typewriters or ledgers.
People who sent the bills and bal-
anced the budget.
VIRGINIA BURKE, Editor: SUSAN
HAWKES, Assistant Editor: First
Edition. Gina concocted "The Burk-
ing Pup." Friendly squabbles with
the Asst. Ed. A team that really
BY WINGETT. Editor: BARBARA
SUTHERLAND, Assistant Editor:
Alternate Edition. Super front page
layouts and "By-lines" by By.
"Suth" was the hard fiqhtin' story
MARY MEISNEST, Managing Edi-
tor. The tyrannical "M, E." Lass
with streamline ideas about journal-
ism. Enjoyed Tuesday nights at the
printers. Responsible for Garfield's
Room 209fwhere Garfield's journal-
ists are beginning their careers. Today they
are editing our school paper: keeping us in-
formed as to our duties in this war, the accom-
plishments of our fellow students, and the
extra-curricular activities of the school. To-
morrow these same people may be serving on a
city or country-wide paper. We will still be
their readers, but in the capacity of adults-
IRMA MOLINE, NANCY DOWNS,
partaking directly in the progress of the
So witness on these pages the reporters,
managers, and editors of the future. They will
edit the news events to come: reporting to the
United States the happenings on all the far
flung continents of the world. These people
and their work on the press will serve to bind
the nations of tomorrow into a strong. well
ELEANOR BURTON. Circulation
Managers. The real reason you got
your Messengers. Circulating was a
system. Pet catch-phrase, "Where's
KATHLEEN O'CONNOR, CHARLOTTE GOODNOW, ALLENE JENKINS.
NORMA LEE HILL, ED CORRIGAN, IRWIN GOLDBERG, Reporters.
BY WINGETT, Managing Editor.
Tall, handsome, first-semester editor
makes good. Galley-marker de luxe.
Memories of staying till 1:00 a.m.
at printers on school nights.
SID KREMS, Assistant Editor: MARY
FITE, Editor. Mary made make-up
and wrote "The Merry Fight." Sid
kept tab on news, Both watched for
JACK VARON, PAT MITCHELL,
Circulation Managers. Went into ac-
tion on publication days. Always
behind the bars. Subscriptions were
their headaches. Smooth pastemakers.
RICHARD LINDENBERGER, Ad
Manager: BILL FISHER. DOLO-
RES BRUNNER. LEON KAP-
LAN. Assistants. Kept their progress
on charts. Back page4home of the
ads+aluJays well filled.
PHIL RUNKEL, Copy Editor: RENA
NELSON, PERCY SNYDER,
ANNE DORIS, Asistants. Hob-nob-
bed with slugs. Head-writing went
to their heads. Final court of appeals.
BILL PRATT, JOHN ROTTLER,
Business Managers. They make sure
that bills are paid. Backbone of the
whole paper. 209 was their office.
Handy with figures,
CHARLIE BRIGHAM: Sports Editor, JANET KULZER, RAY HASSELO, ANN JONES: Feature Editor, BAR-
PHIL SULMAN, Assistant. LOUIE BOB D007-SON: Femme Reponc BARA COWLEY, Assistant. Re-
BURWELL, EUGENE KO, Re- em. nowned for "Bones by Jones" and
porters. Featured "The Low-Down "Dabs by Babs." Pet peeve: late
by Charlie." Cluttered office with copy. Comedians of the Mess office.
signs. Played up track.
The Garfield Messenger is one of the most distinguished
high school papers in America. Aside from once being the only
semi-weekly, eight column paper in the nation, it has been
awarded Pacemaker rating for last semester. This publication
is one of sixteen in the United States to receive this honor.
The Messenger strives not only to maintain high standards,
but also contributes in furnishing practical experience along
journalistic lines that will always prove valuable regardless of
one's future work.
MARILYN PETERSON. BILL PERKINS, CARMEN JAMIA CONE, HANS SEIDEMAN, MOXENE JONES.
HOWARD, MARCIA PERKINS: Reporters. ALAN BORIES: Reporters.
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Beginning in September as usual at a brisk, military pace, the
Garfield Band furnished considerable inspiration to the grid fans.
Leader Donald Hoyt, always on hand with snappy and original
arrangements, continued to bolster the band to high standards.
Because of prevailing conditions, the Band has not been able to
pcrform in as many concerts and extra-curricular functions as in
previous years. But, in the future as in the past, we know the
Band will continue to uphold the musical prestige of Garfield
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First row Adatto Ralph Forsell Mary Jo: Edwards. Third row: Johnson. Lloyd: Adler, Irwin: Zober. Sonia:
Joy Talbot Nancy Flreder Bill Dreztrler, Ralph: Ol- Mfffhell- Puff Bfwf. Eaflef Tfempef- 'lach-
Fourth row: Rosenthal. Roy Jr.: Bell. Remi: Campbell.
Dick: Bates. Peggy: Partlow, Bill: Henderson, Bobby.
Fifth row: Manning. Don: Lescher, Bob: Colagrossi.
Land Mafgueffff Lundberg Hafffef Lew' Difkf HH- Ralph: McDaniel. William: Sidell. Merle: Thompson,
Richard: Snapp. Lin.
A comment upon the musical inclination and appreciation of
Garfield High School can never be complete without mentioning
our "long-haired" group. the orchestra. Each day it comes nearer
to the point of perfection as a result of constant practice under
Director Parker E. Cook.
I n . MR. PARKER Cook
This year, unfortunately, except for the Senior Night over- Dimm,
ture, the orchestra has not had any real opportunity to demon-
strate its talents. This was due to the indefinite postponement
of the Mid-Winter Concert and the Funfest, traditional Garfield
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First row: Stults, Larry: Staeckerl, Frances: Maxwell, Har- Jo: Carlstedt, Doris: Bertolin, Bill: Larsen. Anna Mae.
riel: Oquist. Milma: Joseph, Juanita: Baker. Jeanne. Third row: Cheney, Fred: Walker, Dorothy: Solam, Jean:
Second row: Bensusen. Julia: Hough. Beth: Forsell. Mary Lescher, Bob: Colagrassi. Ralph: Carleton, Stan.
JEANNE HERRETT DAWN DIGNAN LELLY BENEZRA JEANNE BAKER
The Nonette is one of the most popular musical
features in Garfield. This group is in constant de-
mand for school functions as well as for various
organizations in the city.
These girls are forming alife-long interest in
music and perhaps some of them will number
among our future famous musicians.
Another musical opportunity which Garfield
offers to all its students who enjoy music and sing-
ing is the chorus. Interpreting various selections by
all types of composers, including Palestrina and
Victor Herbert, the members of the chorus show
their adaptability to please their many audiences.
By their efforts to keep alive their love of music
through the war these students will enrich the lives
of their associates.
Nonette in Action-Left to right: Denise Millet Joan Mitchell
Jeanne Baker. Mary Jo Forsell, Dawn Dignan Pat Shannon
Juanita Joseph, Susie Oziel.
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FIRST ROW: Stevenson, Evaleigh: Benezra, Lelly: Cohn, Rhoda Mae: Baker, Jeanne: Joseph
Juanita: Agnew, Pat: Cohen, Sylvia.
SECOND ROW: Oziel, Suzie: Millet, Denise: Hyland, Helen: Ginsberg, Evelyn: Schooley, Jo
Boop, Alberta : Moore, Barbara.
THIRD ROW: Carlstedt, Doris: Fink, Celia: Thompson, Gail: Connors. Shirley: Brown
Mary Anne: Vigus, Iris: Kershner. Bill: Herrett, Jeanne.
FOURTH ROW: Thompson. Demaris: Dignan, Dawn: Van DeKant, Peggy: Mitchell. Joan
Shearer, Sandra: Graham, Phyllis: Stover, Mary Pat: Olson, Arlene.
FIFTH ROW: Kirbarh, Jim: Perry, Barbara May: Naset, Alvira: Nutt. Mary Lou: Stowell
Helen: Gruol, Dolores.
SIXTH ROW: Gai, Philip: White, Doug: Herrigel, Walter: Maxfield, Bill: Dreyer. Dick: Hof
riehter, Howard: Stark, Pat.
FIRST ROW: Dorning, Barbara: Davis. Barbara: Wiley. Victoria: Strange, Vanetta: McGowan
Ronald: Gutman, Marion: Benveniste, Mollie: Touer, Beverly.
SECOND ROW: Holm. Dolores: Greenborg. Rita: Larson, Lair: Farquhar, Winifred: Ganby
Paula: Hinton, Donna: Powers, Margaret .' Little. Gloria.
THIRD ROW: Redington, Ramona: Barr, Shirley: Pambreh. Shirley: Peha, Mary: Fraser
Norma: Fouts, Pauline: Bengtson, Sally: Pugsley, Georjeen.
FOURTH ROW: Howes, Bobbie: Woerlz. Juanita: Jacobson, Marilyn: Peterson, Mollie: Romer
ein, Jean: Thorgaard, Flora May: Anyel, Bea: Chaikin, Norman.
FIFTH ROW: Hagemann, Elvera: Long. Cornelius: Lane, Marian: Gibson, Betty: Doyon, Jean
SIXTH ROW: Collins, Dan: Yarbrough, Bill: Wolfe. Joanne: Williams, Pat: Mills. Louie
The Garfield Musical Review was
the only production of its kind this year.
It was a beautifully executed presenta-
tion of some of America's most well-
known music. Victor Herbert, George
Gershwin, Seigmund Romberg, and even
some of the old-time favorites like
"Daisy" and "Casey" were given by the
combined talents of the chorus, the band,
and the nonette.
In music, harmony and co-operation
are essential for pleasing and successful
results. In daily life, teamwork and a
spirit of determination to succeed are in-
valuable for preserving and defending
democracy. The deep inspiration and
unity of music must penetrate our lives
today, in order to attain an enduring
peace for the world of tomorrow.
In front of jury box: Calderhead, Bill: Snyder. Percy: Downs, Nancy:
Agnew, Pat: Strickland, Gerald.
Front row Jury: Dubson, Sam: O'Conner, Kathleen: Israel, Joe: Dig-
nan, Dawn: Griff, Merle: Johnson, Ann: Smart, Dorothy: Heal, Eliza-
Second row jury: Friedman, Stan: Van Wych. Miriam: Florey. Don:
Stavig. Jerry: Baker, Jeanne: Dootson, Bob: Sternberg, Adele.
Cries of "Guilty" and "Not guilty" resounded in the ears of the delighted
"witnesses" as they left the auditorium, recalling the hilarious speeches and antics
of the gentlemen and "Ladies of the Jury." For a second time, the new, three-act
play-scheme for Senior Night triumphed decidedly over the old idea of three, in-
dividual one-act plays.
"Ladies of the Jury." written by Fred Ballard, was a mirthful mixture of
humorous characters and unusual situations depicting the trials and tribulations
of a French chorus girl. As each succeeding scene unfolded, the complications in-
creased, and with them the laughter of the intrigued audience.
Left to right: Griff, Merle: Stavig, Jerry: Doot-
son, Bob: Maxwell. Harriet: Van Wyck, Miriam.
Left to right: Dubson. Sam: Van Wyck. Miriam:
Dignan, Dawn: Baker. Jeanne: McMillan, Doris:
The Debate Club has taken on new enthusi-
asm in its discussions this year. With the annex-
ation of the completely non-competitive debates
recently, the debaters have given all attention
and effort toward wise analyzation of current
and future problems.
OFFICERS: Ernest Steinberg, vice-president: Melville
Wilson, president: Gerd Pollitz, secretary,
Although ski activities have been curtailed
considerably this year due to transportation dif-
ficulties, the Ski Club has continued to keep
alive the interest of Garfield's ski enthusiasts by
sponsoring two trips to the mountains, frequent
meetings, and occasional ski films.
OFFICERS: Tad Latimer. president: Mickey Erickson.
secretary: Darrell Anderson, treasurer: Betsy Jones. vice-
Composed of Garfield's enthusiastic Chinese
students, the Cathay Club is a vital part of the
democratic system in Garfield. Besides perform-
ing various tasks to help Chinese charities, this
club also tends to promote stronger friendships
OFFICERS: Eugene Ko. president: Norma Woo, vice-
president: Robert Wong, secretary-treasurer.
Reaching the heights of past Garfield orators,
the present Speakers' Club has completed a
highly successful year. The Club began its ros-
ter with the Garfield Day Oratorical Contest at
home, followed by excellent showings in its an-
nual inter-scholastic contests.
OFFICERS: Irving August, president: Kurt Steinbrecher,
vice-president: Gerd Pollitz, secretary.
Photography as a hobby is rapidly becoming
more and more popular because of its commercial
possibilities. The Photography Club endeavors,
through its activities. to disclose to its members
the opportunities that await the good photog-
rapher today and tomorrow.
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Ralph Shelton and Mary Meisnest.
In the hands of the Garfield student-
faculty Production Committee rests the suc-
cess of this year's activities.
FRONT ROW: Goodwin, Lillian: Baxter, Barbara:
Stauber. Joyce: Smith. Connie. SECOND ROW:
Miss Hensel: Miss Dearborn: Miss Loughead: Miss
Burns. THIRD ROW: Miss Jurgensohn: Mrs. Olm-
sted: Miss Gray: Mrs. Willis. FOURTH ROW:
Berger, Jules: Mr. Frey: Mr. Cunningham: Wool-
sey, Alfred: Douglas. Keith. ABSENTEES: Mr.
Hoyt: Mr. Cook.
The Make-up Committee has the respon-
sibility of "beautifying" the many mem-
bers of the casts during the school year.
FRONT ROW: Jacobson. Dorothy: Lum, Landes:
Redman, Reba: Kurus, Lucille: Hinton, Donna:
Meisnest, Mary. SECOND ROW: Miss Dearborn:
Mar, Gladys: Strickland, Lois: Stevenson, Betty:
Thompson, Gail. THIRD ROW: Gorrie, Jacque-
line: Trautman, Beverly: Huston, Polly: Conners.
Shirley: Searles. Charleen. FOURTH ROW: Bink-
ley, Joyce: Clement, Phyllis: Walker, Dorothy:
The doormen find another way in which
to serve their school by welcoming our
parents and friends at each production.
FRONT ROW: Peha, Asher: Bridges. Jim: Kot-
kins, Walter. SECOND ROW: Fisher, Fred: Cor-
bally, Eugene: Woolsey, Al: Abrams, Syd. THIRD
ROW: Hagan, Bob: Cohen, Nesso: Alhadeff,
The ushers perform a duty for their
school, and also serve to make each per-
formance more enjoyable for all those at-
FRONT ROW: Himmelman, Ruth: Boonov.
Claire: Stanton, Emily: Solomon, Joan: Moore.
Barbara. SECOND ROW: Stover, Mary Pat:
Thomas, Mary: Cone, Jamia: Burton, Eleanor:
Sutherland, Barb: Downs. Nancy.
The Stage Crew paints, builds, polishes,
and finally sets up the scenery of every
FRONT ROW: Arlene Smith: Antoinette Stanton:
Eve May Jones: Peggy Bates, stage manager: Ver-
non Anderson. SECOND ROW: Jim Odell: Louis
Mills: Alan Hamish: Harold Lander: Mr. Frey,
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Baseball, Football, Basketball
DONALD HOYT LESLIE JOHNSON
Football, Basketball, Track
This year was significant for the advance of sports at Gar-
field. Accepting the nation-wide challenge for physical fitness,
many boys took part in the athletic program. Commando gym
was inaugurated, in which running, calisthenics, obstacle races,
and bodily contact sports were featured. Boys came from these
classes not only in better condition, but with a greater desire to
serve Garfield in sports.
To date the Bulldogs are still in quest of their first title in
three years. Both the football and basketball teams accounted for
themselves creditably. winning and losing the same number of
games, but with the spring sports came the prospect of a cham-
pionship team. The track, golf, and tennis squads are all strongly
balanced, and 1943 may be the year for Garfield.
FINAL STANDING FINAL STANDING
First Team Football First Team Basketball
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Franklin .........,.. 3 3 Z Roosevelt ,,,,....,,..., 6
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GARFIELD 19-WEST SEATTLE 13
Coming from behind with a brilliant second half rally, the
fighting men of Brigham overcame the Indians 19-13. Louie
Baroh's accurate spot passing, Darrell Anderson's receiving, and
the line's hard blocking led to victory for the Bulldogs.
GARFIELD 13-FRANKLIN 6
The Eastsiders continued to their fourth straight victory over
a stubborn Franklin eleven. With the score tied 6-6 at the start
of the fourth quarter, Baroh, Booker, Bannick, and Anderson
combined to drive the pigskin over.
Six more points for Louie'
Here comes Baroh I
GARFIELD 6-BALLARD 'I3
Two long passes into the hands of Beaver Stan Swanburg ac-
counted for Garfield's first loss, but the Bulldogs put up a good
fight. The pass combination of Baroh to Anderson accounted
for six of eleven Pup completions and set up a score in the first
GARFIELD 20-BROADWAY 26
In one of the wildest and most freescoring games of the season
Baroh, Anderson, and Chinn sparked the Pup offensive with 20
points. Only Lee Stout's passing and a play good for 85 yards
late in the game brought the Bengals out on top.
ART HARRIS-Fullback LOUIE BAROH-Fullback
Bannick slips through Indians!
GARFIELD 7-QUEEN ANNE 12
Playing with a will to win, the Pups' fast running backfield
drove to an early touchdown over the Kuays. Soon after, how-
ever, Darrell Anderson was out of the game with a broken leg.
The Grizzlies rallied, and the final count was in their favor.
GARFIELD 01I.INCOLN 32
A Lincoln eleven paced by an All-City Bill Bowden ran to
victory over the Bulldogs in the season's finale. Undaunted in
spirit, but weakened with injuries and unable to get started on
the muddy field, the Pups could not match the strong Lynx.
Booker takes it over!
GARFIELD BASKETBALL SCORES
31-I4 Queen Anne 56-36
29-34 Lincoln 34-30
32-28 Roosevelt 24-42
25-30 Cleveland 26-42
26-28 Broadway 43-29
37-36 West Seattle 27-42
390 Totals 391
Upper: LeVeque goes up for the lipoff.
Lower: Soden and Lowe take the ball off the backboard.
The '43 hoop squad may well be remembered as a fighting.
spirited representative of the Purple and White. Only Cleveland
was able to humble the Bulldogs twice. the Pups taking a pair
from Queen Anne and winning all of their other hom: games.
Highlights of the season were the thrilling victories over Roose-
velt, Lincoln. and West Seattle. With only a few s:conds left
in the Indian fray, Chuck Brigham hit the twine with a free
throw for the winning margin.
Every man on this year's varsity was essential to its success.
Brigham's steady playing, and Baroh's and Soden's aggressive
spirit led to several wins, while the deceptive ball handling and
accurate shooting of LeVeque, Lowe, and Chinn accounted for
many more points. High scoring Dale Soden earned an All-City
berth, while Wes LeVeque was placed on the second five.
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Lr1A1xLl:S BRIGHAM V-Guard
FRONT ROW: Henry Mar, Gale Miller. AI Darch, Hugh Brechtel, Jim Chase.
George Rumberger, Ted Wood. Harvey Knettle. Alvin Erdrich.
SECOND ROW: .lack Gourman. Bob Kessler, Clint Coleman, Lau'ie Sadick,
Cliff Weigel, Bert Olson, Tom Weston, Keith Douglas.
THIRD ROW: Johnny Larson, Eugene Ko, Charles Krakovsky, Jack Bassett,
Henry Twaites, Wes LeVeque, Cal Johnson, Moe Epstein.
CAL JOHNSON CHUCK KRAKOVSKY
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TOM WATSON KEITH DOUGLAS JOHN LARSON LAURIE SADICK, Outfield
Pitcher Outfield Shortstop JACK GOURMAN, Outfield
BERT OLSON, Catcher
With the season half over, the Garfield baseball team is the
lone occupant of the cellar position. The Pups won a hard-fought
contest from Ballard 5 to 4. but dropped five decisive tilts to
Roosevelt, Lincoln, Cleveland, Franklin, and the league-leading
West Seattle Indians.
Brightlight of the season has been the hard hitting of Jim
Reynolds. Clint Coleman, and Jack Gourman. Signs of good
hurling have also been shown by Weston, Bassett, Twaites, and
LeVeque. With these boys on hand, plus a bit more consistent
defensive play, the Bulldogs will field a team that's hard to beat
for the rest of the year.
CLINT COLEMAN CLIFF WEIGEL
Third Base Catcher
BOB KESSLER, Outfield EUGENE KO MOE EPSTEIN JACK BASSETT
HENRY TWAITES. Pitcher Catcher First Base Pitcher
JIM REYNOLDS, Second Base
Salman breaks the tape. Brigham clears ll ft. 9 in,
FRONT ROW: Lloyd Hale: Joe Holmes: Robert Wong: Bill Adams: Bob Shaffer:
Allen Lawson: Dave Almeleh: Joe Peha. SECOND ROW: Coach Brigham: Jerry
Cohn: Chuck Mullen: Dick Anderson: Howie Larsen: Jerry Hagen: Mike Peha:
Eliot Atlebery. THIRD ROW: Jack Kidder: Bernie Minsk: Alban Shay: Luther Mc'
Lean: Harry Lightfoot: Bill Yarbrough: Fred Geisert: Cecil Webb. FOURTH ROW:
Gerald Nash: Morgan Barokas: Faris Blair: Milan Slreck: Bill Malk.
Once more the purple and white cindermen appear champion-
ship bound. To date the Bulldogs have given Lincoln its first
decisive setback in twelve years, and have downed Broadway,
Franklin, and West Seattle. Strong in all events, Coach Brig-
ham's varsity should come through in fine style at the all-import-
ant All-City meet. Already the Frosh and Sophs have shown
their strength, both placing second in their annual meets.
FRONT ROW: Burke Gibson: Bob Laney: John Wheeler: Phil Sulman: Al Eskenazi!
Dixon McDonald: Keith Erickson: Bob Edelson: Hans Seideman: James Ruoff. SEC-
OND ROW: Conrad Matland: Dick Dreyer: Jim Kirbach: Eugene Corbally: Norman
Proctor: Bill Pratt: Will Sanders: Tom Owen. THIRD ROW: Arnie Ivarsson: Dick
Schuur: Bill Zwingenberg: Bob Thomsen: Bill Ireland: Bud Owings: Bernard Porad:
Bob Bannick: Ben Rubicam. FOURTH ROW: John Walling: Leon Kaplan: Jim
Hughes: John Sorensen: Charlie Brigham: Bill Malk: Major Pigford.
Led by Jack Lowe and Fred Fisher, the Garfield tennis
team has won seven straight matches to take the champion-
ship this year. With team spirit and individual effort at a a
high pitch, Coach Hoyt's netmen proved triumphant over
the defending Roosevelt squad by a score of 6-3.
JACK LOWE Co-Captains FRED FISHER
SID KREMS SID COHN DICK PECK SONNY ALTSHULER
RALPH SHELTON DICK MILLER RALPH DREITZLER BILL COOK
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BUD OWINGS NEIL HANSEN
Leading the crowd at assemblies
and sports events. these five are an in-
spiration to the men who wear the
purple and white.
THIRD TEAM BASKETBALL
The inexperienced Thirds won
three and lost seven, highlighting
their season with a convincing win
FRONT ROW: Ed Yaplee: Bob Baur: Bill
Adams: Stan Gold: Bill Deming.
SECOND ROW: Coach Baxter: Jack Kidder:
Jim Chase: John Christiansen: Victor Alha-
THIRD ROW: Bill Olson: Chuck Krakov-
sky: George Rumberger: Cecil Webb.
SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL
Showing promising material, the
Seconds took second place behind
Roosevelt in the final standings.
FRONT ROW: Wayne Jones, Eugene Ko,
Sid Krems, Lawrence Sadick. Richard Linden-
berger. SECOND ROW: John Walls. Cal
Johnson, Bill Ireland, Harold Tale, Merle
Griff, Coach Brigham.
IRIS VIGUS- -Secretary
CLAUDIA MARBET ELEANOR ARNBERG
Like the hands of a clock moving to express happiness or
sorrow. the extra-curricular activities this year ended very
successfully, under the leadership of Eleanor Arnberg, Big
"G" President. One of the highlights of this year's activities
was the All-City Letter Breakfast held at Garfield on March
27. This is a traditional event held each year at one of the
high schools of the city,
Elected every spring are the five Big UG" officers who
assume full responsibility toward the maintenance of the
club. The president conducts the meetings and acts as a rep-
resentative of the Garfield Big "G" Club. The secretary
takes the minutes and reports them at the following meet-
ing. The historian collects articles and materials pertaining
to the Big "G" Club. The athletic manager is the vice-presi-
dent of the Girls' Club who represents the Big "G" Club at
all conventions. She is responsible for the financial status of
Each ycar the girls of the Big "G" club elect their most
inspirational girl whose name is engraved on a plaque. This
year's choice was the Big "G" President, Eleanor Arnberg.
MISS EVA JURGENSOHN MISS EMILY JOHNSON
First row: Phyllis Gorton, Hadassah Wohlgelernter, Shirley Limbeck, Marian Braumn, Claudia Marhet, Margaret
Yuen. Second row: Nancy Amsbary. Marilyn Braumn. DeMaris Thompson. Shirley Softhy. Iris Vigus. Third row:
Eleanor Arnbery. Belle Lou Neuss, Vera Luuilen, Emily Johnson, couch.
The Big "G" Club is composed of athletically inclined sophomore.
junior, and senior girls who turn out for various after-school gym activi-
ties. For every sport in which they engage, the members receive one hun-
The Little "G" Club is made up of freshman girls. They earn their
small "G's" during their first year at school.
Bertha Chinn. Lola Dale. Emily Johnson, coach:
Mary Colagrossi, Margaret Sinclair, Shirley Carlisle.
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Perhaps the enjoyable spring
weather accounted for the large num-
ber of ardent baseball fans. The mo-
ment the Garfield after-school girls
stepped onto the diamond, zooming
grounders and high flies were conspic-
uous. Claudia Marbet was chosen as
general manager for the season's turn-
LEFT TO RIGHT: lris Vigus, Demaris
Thompson. Gladys Mar. Marguerite Land.
Chosen for their dependability are
the managers whose duties are to take
attendance, to record points earned by
girls, and to care for equipment.
FIRST ROW: Jewell Grimes, Margaret
Sinclair. Iris Vigus, Mary Jane Eng, Bertha
SECOND ROW: Shirley Softky, Demaris
Thompson, Mary Colagrossi. Priscilla Proc-
tor, Ellen Tallman.
During wartime it is especially important that we
do not lose hold of our high cultural standards.
Through the medium of creative dancing, the girls
gain an appreciation for the higher arts and learn to
express themselves in them. Dance Drama coordinates
the mind and body by expressing the fine and beauti-
ful things of life.
FRONT ROW: Mitzi Balkema and Margaret Priestley,
SECOND ROW: Allene Jenkins and Ann Young,
Every Tuesday, this year. almost every period of
the day, tennis classes were held. During the fall pro-
gram, the girls spent their time practicing indoors.
while in the spring program, they enjoyed playing on
the courts. Under the supervision of Miss Johnson.
the girls have developed the traits of smooth drives
and fine serves.
Betty Ferguson demonstrates the back-hand drive.
This season's basketball turnout
was one of the largest sport activities
of the year. The team composed of
sophomore, junior, and senior girls
emerged victorious over the battling
freshman team. Phyllis Gorton re-
placed Gene Jaquith, organizer of this
year's turnout, after the latter moved
LEFT TO RIGHT:
Gladys Mar, Bertha Chinn. Hadassah
Wohlgelernter, Eleanor Arnberg.
Under the managership of Demaris
Thompson, hockey enthusiasts, sym-
bolizing the spirit of hardy sports-
manship, this year completed an en-
joyable season. The typical scene wit-
nessed by passers-by was shin-guarded
girls, hockey sticks in hand. and balls
rolling on the grass.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Gladys Mar, Phyllis
Gorton. Shirley Softky, Bertha Chinn.
As in recent years, freshman and
sophomore girls entered both the
spring and fall ping pong tourna-
ments under the managership of Mar-
garet Sinclair. Though permanent
scores for these games are not record-
ed, the following four girls took lead-
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ramona Losk. Nadine
Lasky. Ellen Tallman. Carole Morgan
With shuttle cocks flying through
the air and badminton rackets swing-
ing, the typical scene of an after-school
badminton turnout is witnessed. Jun-
ior and senior girls enjoyed the turn-
outs held in the fall and spring pro-
grams, with Shirley Softky acting as
LEI-'T TO RIGHT: Iris Viyus.
Gladys Goon. Shirley Limbech.
Speedball, the rules of which are almost identical
with those of soccer. is one of the most invigorating
games scheduled for fall program. The turnouts this
year, which were opened to all freshmen girls, were
under the leadership of Bertha Chinn and Mary Colo-
LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis Gorton. Bertha
Chinn, Shirley Softky. Marguerite Land.
About eighteen junior and senior golf fans met
sixth period during the first semester. They were
taught the fundamentals of golf under the supervision
of Kathleen O'Conner aided by Miss Jurgensohn.
Each girl did her share to accomplish the art of smooth
swings, accurate driving, and rhythm, which are the
traits a good player must achieve.
RIGHT: Kathleen O'Conner
completes a long drive.
Trying hard to accomplish the art
of accurate shooting were many en-
thusiasts who were placed under the
direction of the advisors in this all-
LEFT TO RIGHT: Luella Kummer.
Arlene Smith, Phyllis Gorton.
The freshman team emerged vic-
torious in this season's volleyball pro-
gram. The captain of the winning
team was Cornelius Long, who led
her group to top honors by taking two
games of the three played at the final
LEFT TO RIGHT: Paula
Gunby, Mollie Peterson.
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Ball boys-Don't get shovey.
Swing and sway -7- the Gar-
Full of digs-gThe Messenger
bids four spades.
Bones for Buster.
Come now, let's not cause a
Three deep + Hey! But sar-
dines are rationed.
Having a "gui" time!
OUQT ee GINVU! And
say it fast.
A floundering femalefefsitz-
marks in the snow of Sno-
Garfield queens f waitin'
at the gate for the guys that
The guys finally came f
the Junior's prom was a big
The Duke takes a fli-ing at
ski-ing -ef that wax really
made him go.
Well, we had to fill up this
Don't let it throw you or
"He Stoops To Conquer."
Committee sponsors of
"One In Every Locker"
and owner, second from the
Don't let it "Tipp" over!
Will help anybody. Her?
Come now, don't crowd.
Wanna trade? M--
Guess we know
who's getting the
best of the deal.
Charlie chatter -4
getting the dirt
Freshman folly --
Direct to fourth
floor. Have your
tickets ready boys!
Five bumps on a
stump at the Fall
Record c r o w d
thrills as the Gar-
field champs score.
Wasting away! -we
No ration points
for this commod-
Crackin' the whip
Y-or is it Petty
8. Flatface 4 Don't
get nosey, bub+or
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hard at work.
10. "Many thanks to
the A. B." fsign-
ed! Sandy and
ll. We wuz robbed!
12. Weeding, no
doubt! - Cabi-
net convenes on
13. "All out for Vic-
tory! "- Patrio-
"share the ride,"
f or do they?
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Inspirational Award for Football ...... ...... J im Ruoff
Memorial Trophy ...... ......,................................... ...... A r t Harris
Pan-American Union Contest, Second Prize for the
State of Washington ....................................... ...... A llene Jenkins
Garfield Winner of Essay Contest, Sponsored by
Women's Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars ............ Gerald Strickland
Sons of American Revolution Speaking Contest, Third Prize ...... Vincent Dong
Garfield Representative, University Extempore
Speaking Contest ....................... ............. ....,, R o berta Exley
Garfield Day Oratorical Contest
Boys' Division ........ ................... ........ ....... E r w in Elyn
Girls' Division .........,..,......................... ...,. J eanne Baker
All-City High School Ski-Jumping Contest
First Place ............ ................,................................ ....... L a urie Griffin
Garfield Winners, "Anthology Annual of High School
Poetry" ..................................................................,........... Denise Millet,
Jerry Stavig, Sheldon Softky, Patricia Shannon, John Sor-
enson, Gloria Lee, Donna Lee Biggar, June Mathis, Pamela
Ward, Wayne Jones.
Music and Arts Foundation Contest I st Honorable Mention,
Poetry and Prose .................................................................... Janet Dow
Music and Arts Foundation Contest Znd Honorable Mention,
Poetry and Prose ..............................................................., June Mathis
Music and Arts Foundation Contest Znd Honorable Mention,
Poetry and Prose ................................................................ Melvin Pincus
Music and Arts Foundation Contest Honorable Mention ................ Cora Gatchet
Senior Honor Students of Garfield
First ,,,,.,.,,.........., ,................. ...... Z y ndell Berliner
Second ...................................... ................... B ob Lorentz
Others- K Al phabeticall y j
Victor Alhadeff Irving Shain Emily Stanton
Shirley Gormley Sheldon Softky Gerald Stavig
Ruth Himmelman Shirley Softky Melville Wilson
All City Debate Tournament-Ratings
Superior: ........................................ ............... V incent Dong
Excellent: .................................... ....... H elen Jeanne Rogers
Printing ........................................ Mr. Floyd Flint
Lowman and Hanford Company
Engraving ................................ Mr. Gene Chandler
Sterling Engraving Company
Photography ........................ Mr. Earl Kennell and
Miss Barbara Frazier-Kennell-Ellis Studio
Seattle Post-Intelligencer ....... ..... T wo Opening
Boeing Aircraft CO. ...... ....... O ne Opening
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ARROW, 1943, is a symbol-a symbol bright with the
promise of a shining future. We firmly believe that this promise
will be fulfilled by the schools of today, for from these institu-
tions of learning will come the merchants, the scientists, the in-
dustrialists, the statesmen and diplomatsgthe leaders of a better
tomorrow. The schools of America are training too the office
clerks, the welders and machinists, the artists, the dieticians and
dressmakers, the soldiers and the sailors - better followers for
this land of ours. So we are not afraid, trusting that we shall
emerge victoriously, always marching forth ualiantly into the
shadow that is tomorrow.
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