Garfield High School - Arrow Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1948
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TO DINAH, the symbol oi every production
released from Garfield's Movie Studio.
this TWENTY-EIGHTH EDITION OF ARROW
is respectfully dedicated. As she flashes
across the screen and growls on the sound
track. one recalls the kaleidescope of activities
over which she reigned, and which made this
whole picture, HGARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL."
an academy award winner!
THE 1948 ARROW, rolling off the press this
year for the twenty-eighth time. is a visible
and tangible proof of accomplishments
gained during the school year. A record of
cherished happenings and unforgettable
episodes. this publication truthfully reflects
stu-dent life in Garfield's Movie Studio. By
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WENTY-EIGHT years ago, three-hundred students laid the
cornerstone of the then known "East High Studio." As these
young, energetic minds realized the infinite possibilities of devel-
opment in the field of the motion-picture industry, they worked
with strong determination for recognition. Finally, their efforts led
to an expansion, necessitating a new building, which was named
Only through capable, patient and constructive producers
and directors could the growth have been so great in so brief a
time. These pioneers of education have left for all instructors of
today, their heritage and their dreams.
EHIND Garfield's many successful productions and its excellently
organized studio is the executive producer, Mr. Hanselman. From
hi un retentious oflice, he directs the huge task of synchronizing the
workers and managing the countless details that go into moviefmaking.
Through his untiring efforts in settling the numerous problems that
naturally arise, he has been instrumental in elevating the studio to its
A staunch believer in performing his duties democratically, Mr.
Hanselman advocates a strong studio control plan, whereby the support'
ing players have as great an. opportunity as the leading actors to elxpiiess
their opinions and to exercise their latent abilities. In this way, e as
won the devotion, gratitude, and lasting friendship of all.
LTI-IOUGH ncw to thc otlicc of zissociutc producer. Mr, Slocomh
has ailrczidy cstxihlishcd himself als ai vitail factor in thc husy lifc of
"Garfield Studio." Bccziusc of his cxpcricncc in fulfilling il succcssful
tcrm as head of thc script writing dcpeirtmcnt, hc is adept in handling his
new rcsponsihilitics, which includc thc ordcring of supplies, guiduncc for
programs, and thc cnforccmcnt of studio rcgulzitionsffzill important
prohlcnis that conccrn cvcry pcrson on thc scts.
Thus, with this udroitncss, his fricndly hclpfulncss :ind sympnthctic
undcrstginding of youth, hc has hcconic :in inspiration to hoth zictors :ind
sct workcrs ailikc. His impzirtizil, unprcjudiccd judgmcnt has inzidc Mr.
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OUNG actors would become confused and lost amid the complexity of
courses, activities, and objectives of the modern motionfpicture studio, if it
were not for the capable men and women who are proficiently trained in the
fields of guidance and casting. In order to provide the workers with more
opportunities and better training, the Boys' and Girls' Clubs have always
striven faithfully to serve the studio in this capacity. Mr. Cribley and Miss
Hensel, club consultants, have been responsible for the success of many of the
personnel. Miss Shelton and Mr. Peters, casting directors, have given invaluable
consultation in choosing the correct roles for stars.
The nerve center of "Garfield Studios" is the oflice, where the secretaries
and recorders perform their important duties in handling technical details.
Miss Wzirreii is the director who is in charge of the "Call Sheet." The library,
a vital department, is managed by Miss Cole and her assistant, Mrs. Ellinger.
Both have been tireless in aiding in research work.
Those who avail themselves of the services of all these advisors will learn
the secrets of acquiring knowledge through varied associations.
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HE DIRECTORS in the motion picture industry are those who are next
to the producers in importance. However, the director has more than
anyone else to say concerning the finished production. It is his joh to think out
every detail carefully and then to direct the work according to his well-laid
plans. In addition he must he a diplomat, a judge, an expert in his line, and
most of all, a friend.
The picture is gradually built up, step by step, according to specifications.
It represents the combined efforts of actors, setfworkers, and directors alike.
In a school the teachers are the directors who supervise the work of the
students. They endeavor to develop leadership, initiative, originality, and the
ability to get along with others. The duties and responsihilites of a teacher
increase from time to time as the studio grows, causing more complex and
complicated problems. As a result, there must be an expansion of courses and
equipment to meet the growing need of modern conditions, which, when met,
form a motivation for the students' scholarly attainments. Then, the ultimate
goal of the faculty is achieved.
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OUR HUNDRED TWENTY-SIX Garfield Studio Personnel are
about to be released through the Purple-White Superior
Graduations Agency. Critics all over the nation will iudge their
merits in theatres of events. While the directors and cast anxiously
await the awarding of the oscars, work must continue on every
set and location of the studio. An exceedingly heavy three-year
schedule calls for the completion of the one thousand eighty-one
forthcoming Iunior, Sophomore, and Freshman productions.
which are now in the process of being edited, pieced, censored
and revised. Garfield Studio Productions are Class A features
that usually require as long as four years of painstaking prepara-
tion for their premiers.
THE MEMBERS of the Class of 1948 were
required to work their way up to stardom.
They started at the bottom of the ladder as
extras. and under the expert direction of
Mary Groves, met the challenge to reach the
top. From then fon they accepted their roles
with adeptness. serving as models of inspira-
tion to their proteges, who will be the stars of
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PETE XVHITE. . . . Pvumlunr
Ix1RS.GROVES . , Admwv
-IOAN MMDONALD . . Suncluvx
MIKE ADELSON-Roll Officer: Roll Banker: Track: Class Representative:
Study Hall Clerk.
HUGH AINSLIE-Advertising Manager, Messenger: First Team Track: Roll
President: Roll Representative.
BETTY ALHADEFF-Girls' Club Cabinet. Usher Committee: Gold Seal: Senior
Play: Funfest: Roll Banker: Girls' Club Committees, Service and P.Q,: Junior
Class Representative: Honor Roll: Honor Society.
EMIKO AMABE-AGold Seal: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Honor Society Rep'
HELEN ANAMA-Gold Seal: Funiest: HifLites Staif: Honor Roll: Honor
Society: Ski Club: Standards Committee: Main Oilice Clerk,
GERALD ANDERSONfAMessenger Advertising Solicitor: Sophomore Represcnf
tative: Roll Banker.
STACY OLIVER ANDERSONfEntercd from Broadway: Third Team Football:
Second Team Track: Ski Club: German Club,
ANNIE ANGELA-MidfYVinter Concert: Senior Chorus: Roll Oihcer: Red Cross:
Study Hall Clerk,
RQIIHEL ANGELV- Roll Ofhcer: Roll Banker: Class Representative: Study Hall
, er .
HELEN ARGENT1-Managing Editor, Messenger: Quill and Scroll: Cofchair-
man, junior Prom: Co-chairman, Senior Prom: Gold Seal: Funfest: Roll
Ofheer: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Beautification, Usher Committees: Radiance
LORNA JOY ARRIGONlfMidfWinter Concert: Chorus: Ticket, Usher Com'
mittees: Funfest: Sophomore Class Representative: Junior Class Representative:
Study Hall Clerk.
XVEB AUGUSTlNEfLunchroom Committee: Bleachers Committee.
PHIL AUSTIN-Assistant Sports Editor, Messenger: Senior Play: Funfest:
Third Team Track: Roll Oflicerg Honor Roll: Honor Society: Stamp, Noon
Program Committees: Senior Representative.
DAVE S. AZOSE-Male Chorus: Roll President: Roll Banker: Sophomore Rep'
resentative: Junior Representative: Study Hall Clerk.
BEVERLY HELENE BACKER-MidfVv'inter Concert: Funfest: Messenger:
Chorus: Roll Ofheer: Honor Society.
MILLICENT BAKER-President, Girls' Club: President, Freshman Class: Ad'
visory Board: Cabinet, Girls: Gold Seal: Funfcst: "Bu Club: Chorus: Roll
Secretary: Honor Society: Ski Club: Social Service Committee: Radiance Roll.
BRUCE BALDUS-Entered from Broadway High School, Seattle: Officer Fresh'
man Class: Roll Ofhcer: Roll Banker: Ski Club: Third Team Football: Third
Team Basketball: Second Team Baseball: Class Representative.
SALLY l5ALDW'lN- -Treasurer, Girls' Cluh: Advisory Board: Senior Class
Committee Chairman: Cold Seal: Senior Play: Midfwintcr Concert: Funfest:
Reporter, Messenger Stall: Senior Chorus: Roll President: Secretary: Honor
Society: Senior Class Representative: Radiance Roll.
MARIBETH ELLEN BALTHASER--Editor, Messenger: Secretary-Treasurer,
Ski Cluh: Ski Team: Quill and Scroll: Chairman, Sophomore Red Cross
Committee: Gold Seal: Funfcst Manager: Reporter, Messenger: Roll Olficer:
Honor Roll: Bcautifications Committee: Sophomore Representative.
GRETCHEN BARAGARfGold Seal: Funfest: Chorus: Roll President: Roll
Secretary: Honor Roll: Honor Society' Ski Cluh: Lihrary, Standards Commit'
tees: junior Class Representative: Senior Class Representative.
RONALD BARENSTEN- Track: Funfcst: Roll Otlicer: Class Representative.
CLEMENCE BAROH -Ski Cluh: Funfest: Roll Banker: Usher Committee:
LAWRENCE BATES- Vice-President, Sophomore Class: President, Honor So-
ciety: First Team Track: Advisory Board: Cofchairman, Commencement Com-
mittee: President, Inter-High Council: Cold Seal: Funfest: Roll Oflicer: Ski
Cluh: Stamp, Traffic Committees.
PATTY HECKER Roll President: Lihrary, Tiekct, Usher Committees: Class
Representative: Freshman Chorus: Roll Secretary.
ROLFE ALLEN BECKER Vice'Prcsident, Boys' Cluh: President. Freshman
Class: Head Track Managcr: Bulldog Club: Roll President: Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Chairman. Stamp, ,lunior Prom, P.-T. A., Student Funfifst
JOAN BEIER Nlid'Vi'1nter Concert: Funfest: Roll Ulhcer: C.C.0. Committee:
junior Class Representative: Nonette: After School Sports.
MARCIA ANNE BELL- liuls' Clulw Cahinet, Friendship: Funfest: Roll
Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Service, Nurses C.C.0,, Cafeteria
Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
MARY ANN BERRY
CARL L. BLASCHKA Entered from U'Dca High School, Seattle: Glee Club:
Class Treasurer: Honor Roll: Vice-President: Seattle Prep, First Team Foothall.
AL BLOCK- -Dehate Team: Roll Otlieer: Roll Banker: Doorman Committee.
FRIEDA BOGUCH- Business Manager, Messenger: Gold Seal: Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Nurses. Standards, Service. Usher Committees: Girls' Cyn:
DAN L. BOONE Intramural Basketball: Stage Crew: Roll Ofllcer: Stamp Corn
mittee: junior Represcntative: Senior Representative.
EMILY M. BOOP
BERNICE BORN---Cold Seal: "C" Cluh: After School Sports: Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Secretary, Freshman Auxiliary: Lost and Found, Health Com'
mittees: Hiuiltling Employee.
LEULA CHRISTEL BOWENS "C" Cluh: After School Sports: Chorus: Red
Safety Council Committees, Study Hall Clerk: Freshman Council: Pep
DON M. BOWLES--First Team Track: Senior Publications Committee: Funfest:
Third Team Basketball: Roll Officer: Senior Class Representative: Building
SYLVIA E. HOWRY--Gold Seal: Mid-Winter Concert: Roll Ofheer: Roll
Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Freshman Chorus: Health, Standards.
junior Prom Committees.
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DICK BOYCE-'Sports Stall, Messenger: Ski Club: Senior Picnic, Building,
Library Committees: junior, Senior Class Representative.
NATHANIEL NICHOLAS BRANNON
DOLORES ELAINE BROVv'NfAdvisory Board: Gold Seal: Mid'W'inter Conf
cert: Funfest: Arrow Stall: Scnior Chorus: Roll Officer: Honor Roll: Honor
Society: Chairman. International Scrapbook Committee: Class Representative:
Red Cross Committee.
DON BROWN First Team Football: Track: lntrainural Sports: Roll President:
Honor Roll: Patrol: Lunchroom Committee: junior Class Representative: Study
NOEL LOIVIBARD BROWN-First Team Football: First Team Basketball: First
Team Track: Advisory Board: Gold Seal: Funfcst: Manager Track: Messenger
Reporter: Senior Chorus: Roll President: Honor Society, Senior Play Planning
Committees: Ski Club.
ARTHUR BRUNO ---- Cold Seal: Honor Society: Projection Stall.
HAROQJJ LESLIE BURTON Third Team Baseball: Roll Oflicer: Study Hall
SHIRLEY BURTON'-Usher, Senior Graduation Committees: Senior Class
BEVERLY ANN BUTCHART' Mid-Ylfinter Concert: Funfest: Chorus: Oper'
etta: lvlakvfup, Lost and Found Committees: Alunior Class Representative.
ROBERT A. BUTSCHKEf-First Team Football: Chorus: MidfWinter Concert.
.IEAN CALDERON -'-' Messenger Stail, Advertising: Funfest: Senior, junior Rep'
resentative: Mid-Vdinter Concert: Roll Banker: Service. Senior Commencement
Committees: Ski Club: Study Hall Clerk.
GAY CALDWELL-f-Feature Editor, Messenger: Advisory Board: Quill and
Scroll: Funfest Publicity Manager: Senior Chorus: P.fT. A., Senior Prom Inf
JOSEPH CANDIOTTI -'Cold Seal: lvIidfVv'1nter Concert: Chorus: Honor Roll:
MORRIS CAPELUTO Senior Play: NlidfWinter Concert: Funfest: Band:
Orchestra: Swing Band.
DELORES CARLOf Editor, Messenger: VicefPresident, Honor Society: Quill
and Scroll: junior, Senior Class Committee Chairman: Cold Seal: Funfest:
Copy Editor, Arrow: Roll Othcer: Honor Society: Friendship Cotnniittee:
Sophomore Class Representative.
WILLIAM CAVENIJER-flntramuial Sports.
CALVIN CHIN---President, Cathay Club: Funfest: Intramural Basketball:
Scholastic Art Committee.
FRED CHIN-t--Vicefl-'resident, Freshman Class: Mid'Winter Concert: Funiest:
Second Team Tennis: Chorus: Roll President: Cathay Club: Class Represen-
XVILBUR CHIN-fFuniest: Feature Editor, Arrow Statl: Roll Secretary: Roll
Banker: Honor Roll: Cathay Club: Photography Club: Junior Class Repref
TOM CHRISTIE-fFunfest: Second Team Football: Second Team Baseball:
Chorus: Roll Banker: Doormen, Bleachers Committees: Yell Team,
CLAIRE CHRISTOPHERSENWEditor, AssistantfEditor, Messenger: Cabinet:
Cold Seal: Productions Statl, Arrow: Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Orchestra:
Roll Secretary: Honor Society: Ski Club: Senior Gift Committee: Junior Class
FAYE CLARK-fMidfWinter Concert: Chorus: Roll Secretary.
CONNIE CLEIN-'Managing Editor. Messenger: Quill and Scroll: Cabinet:
Chairman, Senior Activities: Sophomore Publicity Committee: Gold Seal:
Funfest: Feature Editor, Messenger: Pen Staff: Roll President: Honor Society:
MARCELLA COLE4Assistant Editor, Messenger: Funfest: Ski Club: Assembly,
Standard, Friendship Committees: Roll Representative.
BQB COOK--First Team Football: Senior Chorus: MidfWintei' Concert: Funfest:
Stamp. Dnormcn Committees.
BOB CORBIN-Second Team Football: Second Team Baseball: Second Team
Basketball: lntramiiral Sports.
LUCILLE CORNELL-Mid-Winter Concert: Freshman Chorus: Roll Banker:
BEVERLY THERESA CURPUZ Honor Society: Service, Senior Committees.
IMQIGENE HARRIETT COUSINS- Midfvfinter Concert: After School Sports:
FRANCES CRANEf-Girls' Club Cabinet, Lunchroorn: Debate Team: Funfest:
Social Service, Standards. Usher Committees: Freshman Auxiliary.
JOHN CRAVEN Track: Track Manager: Roll Banker: Grounds. Trafhe, Door'
HARRIET IRENE lDALLUMffSeeretaryfTreasurer, Sophomore Class: Mid'
W'inter Concert: Funfest: Chorus: Roll Officer: Red Cross: Nonette.
CARLYN DAUGHTERS-Gold Seal: Mid-Wliriter Concert: Funfcst: Athletic
Manager: Feature Reporter, Messenger: Band: Roll Secretary: Honor Society:
Health, Fine Arts, Social Service Committees: Sophomore Rcpresntative.
ALAN DAVENPORT 'Roll Utlicer: Ski Clulw.
DOROTHY l. DAVIS -Reel Cross Committee.
DON l7AWSONAPresideiit, Junior Class: Assembly, Grounds, Senior Traffic
Committees: Gold Seal: Funfest: Basketball, Tennis Squads: Swing Band: Roll
President: Honor Society: Stardust Combo: Secretary, Climbing Club.
LUCILLE DE ROUSSE 'Second VicefPresident, Cirls Club: Cold Seal: Mid-
Winter Coneert: "C" Club: After School Sports: Girls' Sports, Arrow: Roll
President: Roll Secretary: Honor Society: Vocation. Red Cross Committees:
President, Freshman Auxiliary: Radiance Roll. i
GEORGE DlCK-Second Team Football: Second Team Track: Roll Omccr:
Sophomore Class Representative: Library Committee: Building Employee.
SHERIDAN DlCKlNSUNfffBoys' Club Cabinet.
NANCY ANN DILLUN Quill and Scroll: Gold Seal: Senior Play: Funfest:
Copy Editor, Arrow: Reporter, Messenger: Roll Secretary: Honor Society:
Frielndship, Social Service, Usher. Senior Commencement Committees: Ski
HARBERT DRAKE-Senior Play: Funfest: Yell Team: P,fT. A. Dance Com'
mittee: Bulldog Club: Roll Officer: Mid-Winter Concert: Senior Publicity
Committee: Sophomore Track.
ALAN DUBSONfFirst Team Tennis: Gold Seal: Roll Officer: Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Lunchroom Committee.
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JIM DUNSTAN-First Team Football: Roll- Ufhcer: Traihc Committee: Ski
Club: Sophomore Class Representative.
STANDLEY DYER-Second Team Football: Second Team Track: Intramural
Basketball: Roll Banker: German Club: Trallic, Lunchroom Committees.
ANITA MAY DYKEMAN-Copy Editor, lwiessenger: Quill and Scroll: Caps
and Gowns Committee Chairman: Gold Seal: Senior Play: Fnnfest: Typist,
Arrrow: Roll President: Honor Society: Friendship, Standards Committees.
NINA ARLENE ECKARD-Cafeteria Staff: Study Hall Clerk.
LEIF ALFRED EEG-Advertising Manager, Messenger: Roll Banker: Honor
Society: Boys' Basket Room.
SAMMIE JO ANNE EISIMINGERf-fFriendsbip, Senior Graduation, Girlsi Club
Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
MARILYN EKBLAD-MidfWinter Concert: Band: Honor Roll: Ski Club: Social
Service, Nurse's, Standards Committees.
DAVE ELKINS-MidfWinter Concert: Band: Senior Class Representative.
PAUL ELLINGERf-Gold Seal: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Stamp, Lunchroom
Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
ALVIN 1. ELYNiSenior Play: Sehior Chorus: Roll President, Secretary,
Banker: Lunchroom Committee: Freshman Class Representative: Study Hall
DAVID ENG-'Quill and Scroll: Cold Seal: Art Editor,- Arrow: Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Cathay Club: Senior Pin, Senior Gift Committees.
WILLIAM ENG' 'Senior Class Representative.
KAI HIP ENG---Gold Seal: Roll Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Cathay
Club: Honor Society Representative: Senior Class Representative.
DOLURES ESTIGOYfGold Seal: MidfXVinter Concert: Arrow Stall: Reporter,
Messenger StaH: Orchestra: Roll Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Gazette,
Standards, Senior Commencement Committees: Honor Society Representative.
JO ANNE MARY FABIO --ff Midrkkfiriter Concert: Roll President: Roll Banker:
Honor Roll: Honor Society: Standards, Senior Activities, Health, P. Q., Senior
Prom, junior Prom Committees: Freshman Class Representative.
ALSTON R..FAIRSERVICEW-Senior Play: Debate Team: Track: Roll President.
FRANK R. FERGUSON--Sophomore Class President: First Team Track- Sec'
ond Team Football: Basketball: Roll President: Roll Banker: Ski Club:'Class
HERMAN H. FlNKf--Intramural Football: Stage Crew.
EDWARD LAWRENCE FISHERfYell King: Second Team Tennis: Roll
Banker: Intramural Basketball: Roll President: Ski Club: School Messenger.
LARRY FISHERASenior Play: Mid'Winter Concert: Senior Chorus: Opcretta:
Pep Club Council: Second Team Track: Third Team Football: Third Team
Basketball: Roll President: Senior Class Representative: Doormen Committee.
VICTORIA FlSSEfAdvertising Staff, Messenger: Mid-Winter Concert: Fresh-
man Auxiliary: Sophomore Commission.
MARY JANE FITZPATRlCKffCabinet, Library Chairman: Gold Seal: "C"
Club, After School Sports: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Ski Club: Library
BARARA FLACK---Freshman Class Treasurer: Advisory Board: Cabinet: Gold
Seal: "B" Club: Roll President: Honor Society: Ski Club: Service, Art.
Senior Prom Committu-s.
,IACK FLETCHER First Team Football: Ski Team: Funfest: Roll President:
Roll Secretary: Sta'np, Bleachers, Crounds, Doormen Committees.
LEO FOLEYfMid1Winter Concert: Intramural Basketball: Chorus: Roll Presif
dent: Honor Roll: Senior Class Representative: Operetta.
RAGNA FOLNESf-News Reporter, Messeriger Stall: Vieefldresiderit, Pep Club:
Girls' Club Cabinet: Chairman. Standards Committee: Cold Seal: After School
Sports: Roll President: Roll Secretary: Honor Society: Sophomore Class Rep'
resentatlw: Radiance Roll.
JOHN ARTHUR FONDAfEntered from Cloversville High School, New York:
Mid Winter Concert: Chorus: Lunehroom Committee.
ROSALYN FORSBERGfCold Seal: After School Sports: Honor Roll: Honor
Society: Ski Club: Art, Usher, Red Cross Committees: Junior Class Repref
sentatlve: Building Employee.
ELXVUUD LLUYU FOSHERC-a Intramural Sports: Study Hall Clerk.
NINA FOSTERW-Feature Editor, Arrow: Cold Seal: Funfest: Messenger Staff:
Honor Roll: Honor Society: Art, Health. Friendship, Senior Prom Committees.
PAULINE Q, FOY-ffFunfesr: After School Sports: Roll Banker: Cathay Club:
P 'T. A. Committee: Senior Class Committee: Cafeteria Staff.
XYILLIAM R, FRAHIVIH-President. Speakers' Club: Debate Team: Cold Seal?
CAROL FRASER f Funfest: Advertising Manalger, Messeiiger: Sl-ci Club: Cam'
pus, Social Service, Red Cross Committees: Roll Officer.
ANN FRIEDLANDERfvCabinet: C-old Seal: Funfest: Copy Editor, Messenger:
Roll Ollieer: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Fine Arts, Library, Lost and Found,
Sophomore Commission, Senior Picnic Committees: Sophomore Class Repre-
DOROTHY FRIEDMAN--V-Business Manager. Messenger: Advisory Board: Cold
Seal: Funfest: Roll President: Roll Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Senior
Publicity, Gazette, Anti-Cheating Committees.
GLORIA MAE FRIEDMAN-Cold Seal: MidfW'inter Concert: Funfcst: Feature
Reporter, Messenger: Senior Chorus: Roll VieefPresident: Roll Banker: Honor
Roll: Honor Society.
SALLY FUNES--Girls' Club Cabinet: MidfW'inter Concert: Funfest: Adxerf
tising Stafl, Messenger: Chorus: Roll Officer: Usher Committee.
JOHN T. FURUGORI-Advisory Board: Roll Secretary: Honor Roll: Senior
NOBFO FURUMOTO Funfest: Tumbling Team: Intramural Basketball: Honor
PAUL FUXON- First Team Football: Funfest: Lunehroom Committee.
MARY GALANTE -MidfW'inter Concert: Funfest: Advertising Staff, Messen'
ger: Roll Secretary: Ski Club: Junior Class Representative: Commencement
Program Committee: Freshman Auxiliary: Usher Committee: Study Hall Clerk.
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JACK E. GAMESWGold Seal: Advertising Staff, Whimsy Honor Society: Honor
Roll: Sophomore Class Representative: Bookroom Attendant.
MARY LOUISE GANDlNl-Entered from Lewis and Clark, Spokane, Wash'
ington: Makefup Committee.
DONALD GATESM 'Roll Banker: Stage Crew: Projection Staff.
JERRALEE GEORGE---Honor Society.
MITZI GERBER-Funfesf: Chorus: Sophomore Commission: Standards, Junior
Prom, Senior Prom Committees: Senior Class Representative.
DANIEL PARKER GIBSON-Funfest: Roll Officer: Bulldog Cluh: Doormen,
Noon Program Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
PHYLLIS GJERDE-Mid-W'inter Concert: Chorus: Roll Officer: Honor Roll:
Honor Socictyg Spring Opera.
SHIRLEY ANN GLAZER-f-MidfW'iiiter Concert: UG" Cluh: After School
Sports: Usher, Lunchroom Committees: Study Hall Clerk,
GWEN COODW'lNf-'Assistant Editor, Messenger: Chairman, Junior Prom:
Chairman, Senior Committee: Funfest: Roll Banker: Honor Society: P.Q.
Committee: Secretary, Freshman Auxiliary: Class Representative.
WESLEY GRANDE-V-Debate Team: Ski Cluh.
JOAN GRANTfManager, MidfVv'inter Concert: Music Director, Funfest: Pen
Sraii: Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Roll Banker: Nonette.
JEAN GUNDERSON-VicefPresident, Honor Society: Advisory Board: Gold
Seal: Nonette: Debate Team: Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Messenger Staff:
Chorus: Roll Officer: Social Service Committee.
TCBM GREENE'-'Lunehroom Committee: Roll Banker: Freshman Class Repre-
sentative: Usher Committee.
SAMUEL HALEVAfDoormen Committee: Roll President: Roll Secretary:
Rimllk Banker: Study Hall Clerk: Junior Class Representative: Basketroom
C er .
TOM HALFONfBleachers' Committee: Study Hall Clerk.
AUDRIE HALTERMANf-MidfW'intcr Concert: Chorus: Roll Officer: Roll
ARNOLD HAMILTON-f Art Committee.
JEAN EVELYN HAMMONDS-Entered from Cleveland, Ohio: Olympia Cluh:
Negro History Club: Library Club: Advisory Board: Mid'Winter Concert:
JEANETTE HANS-Funfest: Roll Secretary: Roll Banker: Make-up Committee:
Senior Class Representative: Red Cross,
VYILLIAM HARADAAEntered from Kaimuki High School, Honolulu, Hawaii.
ISOBEL HARTT-Roll Banker, Ski Club, Social Service Committee, Red Cross,
Nurse's Office Attendant.
GERALD JAMES HATCHER--Secretaryffreasurer Boys' Club, First Team
Track, Boys' Advisory Board, Student Council, Fall Track, 100 Mile Club,
Roll Representative, Color Guard.
JEROME HAWLEY-Library Work.
SHUICHI HAYASHlfIntramural Football, Intramural Basketball.
IOANN KATHLEEN HAYES-Entered from Berkeley High School, Berkeley,
BOB HEGSTROM-Entered from Seattle Prep, Second Team Football, Second
Team Basketball, Second Team Track, Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Senior Class
LENORE HERR-Midflhlinter Concert, Funfest, Chorus, Roll Qfhcer.
LOYCE HlLLvMid'V'inter Concert, Chorus.
JEAN HILLIER-'Entered from Ox-erlake High School, Washington, Gold Seal,
"G" Cluh, After School Sports, Honor Roll, Social Service Committee,
PECTaEl1 R. HIPKE--Fall Track, Roll Ufhcerg Roll Banker, Ski Cluh, Study Hall
, er .
HLAINE HOMANfSecf:nd Team Basehall, Basket Room Attendant.
ISAO HUSHIYVARA---Business Malia cr Pen' ulll and Scroll- Cold Seal,
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Funfest, Basehall, Basketball, Football, Honor Rgll, Honor Society.
ANNE HOULAHANfFunfest, Freshman Auxiliary, Roll Banker, Lost and
Found, Usher, P.-T. A., Social Service, Senior Picnic Committees.
RODERICK BROOMALL HOWARD--AFirst Team Baseball, Scrub Football,
Roll Officer: Grounds Committee.
CONNlli HUNNEH- Entered from Broadway High School, Seattle, lxashingtong
Vice'President Girls' Club, Secretary Sophomore Class, Advisory Board, Gold
Seal, Funfest, Roll Secretary, junior Representative, Ski Cluh, Big "B",
P.fT. A. Committee, Radiance Roll. '
,IOANNE HUFFfFunfest, Roll Ofhcer, Honor Roll, Usher, Bulletin, P.Q.,
Senior Gift Committees: junior Class Representative, Study Hall Clerk,
LUZERNE E. HUFFORD, ,lR.fEntercd from Broadway High School. Seattle.
FLORANCE HURWITZ-r-Gold Seal, Funfest, Messenger Staff, Copy Editor,
Pen Staff, Senior Chorus, Roll Officer, Honor Roll, Honor Society, Gazette,
Red Cross, Usher, Senior Gift Committees.
ETSUKO lCHlKAW'AfAdvisory Board, Gold Seal, "G" Club, Messenger
Staff, Roll Oflicer, Honor Society, Art Committee.
MAIDA IKEDA-Senior Representative, Mid-W'inter Concert, Chorus
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KAY IKEDA--Honor Society Representative: Cold Seal: Intramural Baskethall
Roll Representative: Roll Banker: Honor Society.
SAL INGHAM-Editor, Pen: Pen Staff: Roll President: Retl Cross Committee
Senior Class Representative.
JUNE ISHIDA-Gold Seal: After School Sports: Honor Roll: Honor Society
YAEKO ISHIMITSUW-Cold Seal: After School Sports: Roll Seeretarv- Honor
Roll: Honor Society: Ticket, Usher Committees. 1'
Honor Roll: Honor Society: P.Q.. Gazette Committees. i
MARCIARET JETTY Funfcst: Lost and Found, Campus, Fine Arts Coni-
MARIANNE JOHANSON- Midfkvinter Concert: Fall Pen Stafl: Senior
Chorus: G,C.O. Attendant: Cap and Gown Committee: Senior Representative:
Red Cross Committee.
JANE JOHNSON-fAssistant Feature Editor, Messenger: Refreshment Chairman,
,luniorfSenior Prom: Gold Seal: Senior Play: Eunfest: Roll Oflicer: Senior Play
Representative: MidfWintcr Concert: Senior Chorus: Friendship. Art, PQ.
PRIMUS LEE JOHNSON
CAROL JOHNSON Cold Seal: Funfest: Messenger Statl: Roll 0H'icer: Honor
Roll: Honor Society: P.fT. A., Red Cross, Health, Social Service Committees,
D. FAYE ,lOHNSONfAdvertising Stall, Messenger: Health, Entertainment
Committees: "B" Club: Advertising Solicitor. Messenger.
BEVERLY ,lONESf-Advisory Board: Funfest: Feature Reporter, Messenger:
Senior Chorus: Roll Othcer: Honor Roll: Social Service, Campus Committees.
DON JONES-f-aFirst Team Baseball: First Team Basketball: Chairman, Usher
Committee: MidfWinter Concert: Secretary, Letterman's Cluh: Sophomore
Class Representative: junior Class Representative: Noon Program, Stamp
Committees: Bulldog Cluh.
HARRIET JOSEPH--Cold Seal: Pen Staff: Roll Officer: Honor Roll: Honor
Society: Gazette, Senior Commencement Committees.
KIYO KANDA Cold Seal: M1dfNYinter Concert: HC" Clula: After School
Sports: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Health, Ticket Committees.
SANFORD L. KATZ7MidfYVinter Concert: Funfest: Senior Chorus: Roll
Banker: Sophomore Class Representative: Operetta,
ELAINE KELLER--'Cold Seal: Editor, HifLites: Honor Roll: Honor Society:
Service Committee: P.fT. A. Class Representative: Honor Society Represenf
tative: Utilize Clerk.
DAN KEl.LEHERf-Feature Editor, Messenger: Cold Seal: Funle:-tg Roll Presi-
dent: Honor Society: Football Manager.
HONVARD B. KELLOCG, lR.fAssistant Sports Editor, Messenger: First
Team Football: First Team Basketball: Cold Seal: Eunlest: Roll President:
Roll Secretary: Honor Society: Bulldog Club: Senior Class Representative:
Senior Picnic Committee.
STEWARD KELLYfFuniest: Chairman, Noon Stamp Committee: Senior Class
Representative: Second Team Track: Football Manager: Ski Team: Ski Clulu
DAISY ISRAEL-fCopy Editor, Pen: Pcn Staff: Quill and Scroll: Cold Seal:
MidfWinter Concert: Funfest: Girls' Ensemble: Senior Chorus' Roll Banker'
MASAKO KIKUCHI-A-HCA' Cluh: After School Sports: Chorus: Roll Banker.
JACK KING-fRoll President: Roll Representative.
YASUKO KINOSHITA -Secretary, Honor Society: Gold Seal: After School
Sports: Roll Secretary: Honor Roll: Ticket Committee: Senior Caps and
TOM KITANO-ff-lioltl Seal: Honor Roll.
DOROTHY KNOLL Honor Roll: Stanelards. Usher Committees,
RUTH ROSE KORNlAN'fFunfest: Lihrary, Service, Sorial Service Committees:
DOLORES KRl5Mf Chorus: Roll Representative: Roll Banker,
ROBERT CHARLES KUCHER Vice-President, Ski Cluh: First Team Foot'
hall: Funfest: Second Team Track: Traffic Committee.
QIUNIE KUMASAKA Cold Seal: "cr: Cluh: After Sehool Sports: Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Make-up, Health, Friendship Committees.
MARY LOU LA BREE fffCahmet, Girls, Health Chairman: Gold Seal: "GT
Cluhz After School Sports: Roll llgltkfl Roll Banker: Honrr Society: Sophof
more Entertainment, Sophomore Tea, Lost and Found Committees.
ROBERT A. LANCBERC Roll Secretary: Doorman. Trafiie Committees: Senior
DOREEN LANGE Senior Play, Puhlirity Manager: Dehate Team: MidfXX'inter
Coneert: Roll Officer: Nurse, Ofliee Committees: .lunior Class Representative:
Study Hall Clerk: Red Cross.
ALICE F. LARSEN Cold Seal: Honor Roll: l'lo:1or Society: Service. Retl
CARL LARSON First Team Foothall: Boysl Atlvisory Board: Cold Seal: Fun'
lest: Roll Officer: Honor Roll: Ski Cluh: Class Representative.
AIACK LATHAM lvini-VJinter Concert: Chorus: Study Hall Clerk: Flying
FLORENCE LA TURRE-f floltl Seal: Roll Presielent: Honor Roll: Honor Soeietyl
lvlaltefup: Ticket, Health Committees.
,IOHN LEUGATE fStamp. Doorinan Cotnnutteesi Thirtl Team Foothall: Fresh'
man Class Olheer lBroad.x'ayJ.
HAROLD A. LEITZKE- Senior Play: Nlid-Winter Concert: Funlest: Chorus:
Class Representatives: Study Hall Clerk.
NANCY LEMAN Ski Cluh: Usher, Lunehroom, Friendship Committees.
VICKI LEVYff-lvlidfvlinter Concert: Freshman Chorus: Senior Chorus: Roll
SfCYl'f11I'V1 Sophomore Class Representative: Operetta.
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IRENE C. LEW-Cathay Club: Friendship Committee.
OLIVE MARIE LINDA-Sophomore Representative: Pen Stall: Messenger Staff:
Art, Usher Committees.
MAXINE LINDSEY-Funfest: Ski Club: Friendship, P.-T. A., Usher, Social
ERNEST LINC-ER-Roll Secretary: Stage Crew: Doormen Committee: Projec'
tion Staff: Senior Class Representative.
SHELDON LOCKE-First Team Tennis: Third Team Baseball: Roll President:
Intramural Ping Pong. ,
ANNE MERILYN LOTZM-Funfest.
FRANCES LOTZKAR-Gold Seal: Funfest: Messenger Staff: Honor Roll: Honor
Society: Makelup, Usher Committees.
BILL LUCKS-Sports Editor, Messenger: First Team Football: Advisory Board:
Chairman, Senior Decorations Committee: Gold Seal: Funfest: Third Team
Baseball: Senior Chorus: Roll President: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Senior
BOB LUIVI---Intramural Basketball: Ski Club. i
JOAN MACDONALDfSecretaryffreasurer, Senior Class: Mid-Winter Con'
cert: Senior Chorus: Funfest: Senior Representative: Roll Ofhcer: Assembly,
Noon Program Committees.
SHIRLEY MADDING-Sophomore Class Representative: Roll Banker: Cap and
Gown, Health Committees.
BARARA LOUISE MADISONfCold Seal: "C" Club: Ivlessvnger SrafI: Roll
President: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Ski, Pep Clubs.
ED MAHURIN-Second Team Track: Basketball: Gold Seal: Roll Ofhcer: Honor
Roll: Honor Society: Class Representative.
WILLIAM I. MAHURIN-Football: Baseball: Track: Second Team Football:
Second Team Baseball: Third Team Football: Ski. Mountaineering Clubs.
LORELEI MACKAY- -AAfter School Sports: Honor Roll: Usher Committee.
HAROLD MARBET-Trafic Committee: Third Team Football.
LORELEI ANN MARCUS-Senior Play: MidfWinter Concert: Messenger
Staff: Senior Chorus: Freshman Chorus: Library, Usher, Art. Gazette, Senior
NICK MARTIN, jR.A-Gold Seal: Honor Society: Roll Ofhcer.
FUSAE MASUMOTO-fRoll Banker: Printer, Typist, Hi-Lites: Study Hall
JEAN MATSON-Funfest: Roll President: Roll Secretary: Ski Club: Campus,
P.Q., Building Committees: Sophomore Class Representative: Junior Class
Representative: Study Hall Clerk.
VIRGINIA MATHIS-Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Pen Staff: Chorus: Sophof
more Representative: Red Cross, Senior Gift, Commencement Usher Com'
KATHERINE L. MQCAULEY Clalunetg Gold Sealg President, Ilelvatf Tearng
Frmfestg Messenger Staffg Pen Statfg Honor Rollg Honor Soeietyg Usher, Art,
Standards, P.Q,, Alunlor Prom, Senior Activities Cornlnrrteesg Alunioi Class
MARY LOU MCCLELLANIY Ilrrls' Club flahlnetg Delvatvg Iflriilivstg Operetrag
Typist, Arrow Statlg Chorusg Honor Rollg Senior Acknoxxleilgement, Lost and
Found, Red Cross, Lrrrwhroom ffomnuttresg Stage ffrr-wg Stuxly Hall Cilrrkg
IIICNRY MrffUY, Ili, Imralnural Iivollmllg Iiaskr-tlmll and 'I'r.nk
BETTY ,IEAN IVIQGREGUR Roll Secretary: Usher, 'lilckt-I Clorrrinittcesg Stuely
DOUGLAS H. MQNAUGHTON Funlestg Secoml Teanr Haselmllg Roll Otlicvrg
Iloorman, Hlez-Cher, Iirounds llomnntteesg Class Representatixc.
I5Ul.ORIiS RUSH MHSHER Mill-XY1nre1 1Ionrrrt1 Fllnlestg ffliorusg Roll Ilanlofr.
LANVRENCE IVIESHER Football Manager,
,IAKIK MEYEI1 Ifamlg ffaletvrla. X 5
RUENA IVIEYKAII fioltl Sralg Iiunln-st: Honor Ilollg Honor .'o.'wlvg Iiallvt
LEON Ii. MEZISTRANO -Iionlesrg Tlrrixl 'I'e.on Footlwall. 1
LEON S. MEZISTRANO Funfrstg Roll Ilanker: Iiaselwall Manager.
ITAXVN MILLIER hfI1rI1NY1irtvi fiom:-'rig Ifhorusg Nonvtrv. 5 Q
IRENE PEARL MILLER Nlrdfkklirrei' flonrrrtg Funtestg Senior Clhorosg Roll
Secretary: Roll Banker: Mzikefllp, Art Commlrteesg Class Representative:
Operettag Nonrtteg Swimming Team.
EVA IOAN MILLER Senior Playg Mrd'Wrnter Concert: Messenger Statfg
Senior, Freshman Chorosg Roll President: Honvr Rollg Senior Gift Cornrnrt'
teeg Sophomore Representative.
PAUL MILLER-fF1rst Team Hasehall, Haski-thallg Second Team Foothallg Intra-
vnnral B.rskrthaIlg Roll Urhcer: Class Rvpresentatixvg Bnildimg fiomnritter.
XVINSTON IvIILLETf-Chairman, Traffic llonrinllteeg Head Manager, Track:
Basketball Marragerg Reporter, Messenger Stall: I..IllICl'1l'UUI11, Noon Prograrn,
junior Prom, Senior Prom Committees: ,Iunior Class Representative.
SYKES MITCHELL'--Ski Cluhg Funfestg Sophomore Class Representative.
HACHI MIZUKI 'Sophomore Tea flornrnittec' lliroadwayl.
DONNA MULINE--'Gold Sealg Eunfeslg Messenger Stailg Arroxx Statlg Roll
Banker: Honor Rollg Honor Society: Standards, I',Q., Lost and Found, junior
SHIRLEY TVIOORE -Vw'Pres1n.lent. Senior Classg Ilirlsi Ciahim-rg Hold Sealg
Funfestg Reporter, Messengerg Personnel Editor, Arrowg Roll Presidentg Honor
Rollg Honor Socielyg Junior Prom, Senior Prom Committees: junior Class
EDNA LINNEA MORTENSON-Gold Sealg "li" Illulvg After School Sporrsg
Chorus: Roll Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Usher. Standarrls ffommitf
reesg Senior Class Representative.
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MARIEL MURTON-Art Editor, Peng Quill and Scroll, Gold Sealy Senior
Play, MidfWinter Coniertg Funfestg Art, Program, Publicity, Commencement
ARTHUR NAGAI -- Senior Play: Intramural llaskctballg Stamp, Publicity Com'
mittees: Otiiee Nicssenecr.
EDDIE NAGAI-flntramural Basketballg Roll Banker.
MIDORI NAKAHARAf-Ticket Committecg Gazette: Make-iip Committccg
Senior Invitation Committee.
TERRIE NAKANISHI HG" Club: After School Sports, Gazette: Friendship
LILLY NAKANOffFriendship Committecg Senior Activity Committeeg junior
and Senior Representative.
TSUTOMU JIM NAKASHIMA fEntered from Lewis and Clark, Spokane,
CATHERINE NECKAS---Girls' Club Cabinet, Gold Seal: Gazette: Funfestg
Messenger Reporter: Pen Staff: Roll Ilankcrg Honor Roll, Honor Society,
SHIRLEY DARLEEN NULTONflviidfYVinter Coricertg Study Hall Clerk.
GEORGE M, NOIvIURAf Rell Banker: Honor Roll.
STEVEN NORD Ski Clubg Senior Representative, Sophomore Representativeg
DON NURIVIAN---President, Ski Clubg Ski Team, Debate Teaing Nlessen r
Staff, Roll President: Assembly. Lunehroom Committci-sg Pine Pone.
ED UETTEL Roll llankerg Projection Statlrg Bookroom Clerk,
ARDYS OLTS' Gold Seal: Roll Banker: Honor Rollg Honor Societyg Make-up,
Usher, Standards, Senior Puhlieity Committees: Alunior Class Representativeq
Study Hall Clerk.
GLORIA ANN 0SW'Al..DfGirls' Club Cabinet: Senior Committee Chairman,
Funfestg Chorus: Honor Rollg Roll Presidentg Roll Secretary: Roll Banker: Ski
Clililhz Friendship, G.C.O, Committees, Sophomore Representative, Radiance
-IANET 0TOSI'II7Gold Sealg "G" Clubq After School Sports, Typist, Pen:
Honor Roll: Honor Soeietyg Friendship, Social Service, Senior Class Invitations
TED PANG-Funfestg Third Team, Truckg Roll Uilieerg Roll Banker, Honor
Soeietyg Cathay Club.
EDYTHE ROSE PARKER--Funfest: Roll Ofhcerg Roll Bankrrg Social Service
Standards Committees: junior Represent itiveg Study Hall- Clerk.
GUNTHER PAULGENH-'Entered from Broadway High School, Seattle, W'ashf
ington, Honor Rollg Honor Society, Stamp, Noon Program Committees: Ski
Clubg Spanish Club.
LUFTTA li. PEARL Roll Banker: Honor Rollg Usher, Friendship Committees.
PHlL PEARL- Entered from Seattle Preparatory School,
Tkllvl PETERSON Dt-lute Team: Nlid-lX'inter Concertg lizindg Orchestra:
RUSEMARY PliTTlNfilLL lvlidfXYrnter Concertg Senior' Chorusg Roll Presi-
dentg Roll Secretziryg Ski Clulwg P,Q,, Friendship Comrnuteesg Study Hall
Clerkg Funfestg Programs Nlzurziger, Funfestg Radiance Roll.
AUDREY PHELAN -Ulliceg Funfcst: Roll Presidentg Honor Roll: Senior,
Friendship, Usher Committees.
MERLIN PHELPS Orchestral.
ANTHONY PHELPS lloltg liuslcetlmllg NliL.lfNN'inter Coneertg Roll President:
lntrztnruriil Sports: Lilvrxiry: Senior Clztss Representative.
HARRY LE ROY PHILLIPS. JR. f -President, Secretary, Nlarnzrger, Delwateg
Clrnirinnn, Building Cornmittccg Cold Seztlg llelmte Tezimg Roll Officer: Honor
Rollg Honor Societvg Ski. lvlountzun Climbers' Clulvsg Sophomore Class Repre-
,lAlXiEkPHlLlPS tI.C,O,, Nurst-is. Lihrzrry Committeesg Roll Uflicerg Study Hall
KIUHNNY PlliRUTH Photogmphy Editor, Arrowg Stage lvlzinzietwg Stage Crew:
lixtndl Prolection Stzrtlg Building Comniittee.
FRANCES C. PINCHONYSKY Mid-lX'inter Concert: "CH Clulvg After School
Sportsg Senior Chorusg Roll Bzrnkerg Roll Secretzirvg lvlakelup, Red Cross
Comnixtteesg Study Hull Clerk.
SUSAN POLICAR Cold Svalq Senior Plaiyg Funlestg Copv Editor. lvlessenger:
Urcliestrlig Roll Urhccrg Honor Rollg Honor Society: Service, RQ., Social
Service. Usher Cornnritte-'s.
PATRICIA PRATT Cold Senlg Honor Rollg Senior Pliryg Funfcstg Secretary.
Little "li" Clulwg Feature Reporter. Mcsseriger: Pen Sttlllg Freshrnain Auxiliairv
Czrlunet: Spzinislr Club: Roll Baukrrg Social Service Committee,
KIEFFREY XYAYNE PRUETT Second Tcnm Fourlmllg Roll Ullieexz Roll Banker:
Ski Clulw: ,lunior Class Representative: Funiest,
KENNETH E. PRIM lntrnmurzil Sports: Roll Bzrnkcrg Chess Clulw.
FLOYD PRUCTUR --ff Honor Societyg Tralhc Commlttecg lntrzimurzil Footlvullg
Second Tezirn liaselmxllg Senior Class Representative.
LEROY PURO Sports Editor. Arroxvg Chziirmxm, Grounds, Noon Progrnrn
Committees: Senior Prom Ticket Committee: Chaiirmiin, junior Prom Corn'
uiitteeg Cold Sezil1 Funiesrg Footlvtllg Roll Ofhcerg Honor Socirtyi Ski. Bulldog
MOLLIE RlilCH Honor Societvg Roll Rcpresentaitiveg Gold Sezrlg Operettaiq
Nlessen1.1er Stull: Chorus: Roll Brinkerg Honor Rollg Honor Society: Red Cross,
Snrudairds, Senior Acknowledgements Cornmrltees,
EARLINE RICHARDSON Honor Society
lllLL RILEY- Advisory Bozirdg Senior Class Prom Committeep Funfestg Second
Team Footlwzillg Roll Presrdentg Roll Secretarvg Ski Cluhg Doormen. Stamp,
Tmtlic, Bleaichtrs' Committees: Scnior Class Representattive.
JOHN RILEYMSports Editor, Messenger: First Team Golf: Second Team Bas-
ketball: Second Team Baseball: Roll O cer: Bleacher's, Senior Prom Committees:
Freshman Representative: Funfest.
JOHN L. ROBERTSON-Assistant Editor, Messenger: President, Bulldog Club:
Gold Seal: Funfest: Honor Society: Grounds, Senior Picnic Committees: Senior
Chorus: CofCaptain, Tumbling Team: Roll President: junior Class Represenf
tative: Projection Staff.
SHIRLEY RODALAAMake'up, Usher Committees.
TOMMY ROMANOfFirst Team Football: After School Sports: Roll Officer:
Honor Roll: Lettermen's Club: Class Representative: Building Employee.
FREDERICK M. RGMANOFFASenior Class Representative: Roll Banker.
NORMA ROONEY-Gold Seal: Funfest: Secretary, President, "G" Club:
Messenger Staff: Roll Secretary: Roll Banker: Service, Social Service, Library.
Senior Invitations Committees: Sophomore Class Representative.
HELEN ANN ROSSING-Business Manager, Messenger: Gold Seal: Funfest:
Roll Banker: Honor Society: Library, P.Q., Friendship Committees: Class
JENNIE ROUSSO-Business Manager, Messenger: Quill and Scroll: Cabinet:
Service Committee: Funfest: "G" Club: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Senior
Prom, Ticket, Usher Committees: Sophomore Commission: Freshman Auxiliary:
Roll Secretary: Radiance Roll.
BOB RYCHARDfBulldog Club: I.ettermen's Club: Ski Club: First Team
Track: Funfest: Intramural Basketball: Roll President: Senior Chorus: Cross
Country: Roll Banker: School Messenger.
ELAINE SADICK fMid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Messenger Staff: Senior
Chorus: Nonette: juniorfSenior Prom, Senior Prom, P.Q. Committees: C.C.O.
RICHARD N. SAFLEYfGold Seal: Roll Officer: Honor Roll: Honor Society:
Ski Club: Stamp Committee: Senior Class Representative.
THELMA MARIAN SAMSONfGold Seal: Debate Team: Funfest: Messenger
Staff: Pen Staff: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Red Cross Committee: Freshman
Cirlsl Club: Honor Society Representative.
FRANCES SCHACHER--Business Mariager, Messenger: Sophomore Class Rep'
resentative: Funfest: Honor Roll: Usher, Gazette, Senior Questionnaire Com'
NORMA SCHANKELf-Mid1Winter Concert: "C" Club: After School Sports:
Usher, Health Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
IVALTER EDWIN SCHOENFELD+First Team Golf: Roll President: Chorus'
Honor Roll: .Iunior Class Representative.
JUNE SCHULLER Entered from Bennett High School, Buffalo, New York:
MidfWinter Concert: Funfest: Chorus.
BEVERLY M. SCHVWARTZ-f Funfest: Red Cross: Makefup Committee: Honor
CHARLOTTE JOYCE SCHYVEITZER -f-- "C" Club: After School Sports.
,IACK H. SEELEY- VicefPresident, junior Class: Chairman, Building Commit'
tee: Gold Seal: Student Chairman, Funfest: Messenger Staii: Arrow Staii:
Roll President: Roll Secretary: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Ski Club: Senior
VIRGINIA LEE SEIDLERfAssistant Feature Editor, Messenger: Gold Seal:
Funiest: Roll Oflicer: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Ski Club: French Club:
P.Q., Art, Senior Decorations Committees.
CAROLYN SHIRLEY-Gold Seal: MidfWinter Concert: Feature Reporter,
Messenger: Freshman Chorus: Senior Chorus: Honor Roll: Honor Society:
Health Committee: Gazette Committee.
JAKE SIGURDSON-President, Sophomore Class: Chairman, Lunchroom Com'
mittee: Senior Class Representative: Studcnt Council: German Club.
,IOHN SLADEf-First Team, Tennis: Third Team, Basketball: Ski Club: Stamp
Committee: Senior Play Ticket Chairman: Class Representative: Intramural
SHIRLEY SMITH "C" Clllla: Roll Banker: Ski, Pep Clulvs: Senior Caps and
Clowns Committee. '
,IOANNE SNYDER-- Girls' Club Cabinet, Campus: Gold Seal: Funfest: Senior
Personnel Editor, Arrow: Feature Reporter, Messenger: Roll President: Roll
Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Ski Club: P.Q., Acknowledgements
RITA SNYDERW Funfest: Roll Otlicer: Layout Editor, Contemporary HifLites:
Study Hall Clerk: Fine Arts Committee.
BARBARA SODERLUND- -Freshman Bulletin Committee, Chairman: Sophomore
Class Representative: Study Hall Clerk.
LEXIE SPAFFORDf -Funfest: Feature Reporter, Messenger Staii: Roll Secretary,
Ski Club: P. Q, Committee: Class Representative: Red Cross,
JO STARKfScnior Play: Mid'W'inter Concert: Funfest: Roll Officer: Honor
Roll: Honor Society: Ski Clulw: Campus, Senior Picnic Committees: Study Hall
PETE STATTENW Cold Seal: Mid-kkiinter Concert: Second Team Footlvall:
Hand: Orchestra: Honor Society.
EVELYN STAUDE-'Senior Play: MidfXVinter Concert: Funfest: Sophomore
Class Representative: Service, Friendship, Ushers Committee.
SAM D. STEARNS, ,IR.Y'Secretary'Treasurer, Freshman Class: First Team,
Tennis: Gold Seal: Funfest: Intramural Basketball: Honor Roll: Honor Society:
Building, Noon Stamp Committees.
ROSLYN PHYLLIS STEINBERII -Advertising Staff Solicitor: Usher Com'
mittee: Red Cross.
JOHN H. STERN-Basehall, Basketball Manager: Band: Lunehroom: Senior
,IOHN STEVENSON-Y-Third Team, Basketloall: Roll Officer: Honor Roll:
Traffic Committee: Class Representative.
ANNA MAY STOVER
WIACK STREET-Editor, Messenger: First Team Track:Advisory Board: Senior
Committee Chairman: Gold Seal: Funfest: Yell Team: Honor Society: Pep
Club Board: Citizen, Lunchroom Committee: Roll Representative.
SALLY STRICKERfFunfest: Advertising Staff, Ivlessengerg Roll Banker: Roll
Secretary: Study Hall Clerk: Usher Committee.
MARTIN F. STROI'IECKERffFirst Team Golf: Funfest: Intramural Basketball.
Track: Roll President: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Doorman, Senior Publicity
HERBERT C. STUSSER- -Assistant Editor, Messenger: Quill and Serollg' Co'
Chairman, Senior Gift Committee: Chairman ,Illl1lUI"SCIllUl' Pin Committee:
Gold Seal: Arrow Staff: Roll President: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Stamp
Committee: junior Representative: Ski Cluh.
RUTHfELI.EN SULLIVANWEditor, HifLites: Cabinet, Friendship Committee,
Lunchroom Committee: Funfest: Orchestra: Roll Officer: Honor Roll: Freshman
Auxiliary: Senior Picnic: Pep Cluh: Radiance Roll.
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KAZUKO TAKAHASHI--Cold Seal: "U" Club: Honor Roll: Honor Society:
Library, Friendship, Ticket Committees: Senior Representative.
LOIS TARBETfGold Seal: Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Operetta: Orchestra:
Roll President: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Noon Program, Friendship Com'
mittees: Study Hall Clerk.
EDYVARD W. TAYLOR Funlest: Second Team Basketball: Messenger Stall:
Bulldog Club, Honor' Society: Noon Stamp, Bleaehersi, Field Committees:
WINIFRED TAYLOR- Secretary, Girls' Club: President, Secretary, Speakers'
Club: Advisory Board: Gold Seal, Debate Team: Funfest: Roll Banker: Ski
Club: Junior Prom Refreshments, Red Cross Committees: Executive Council:
Pep Club: Radiance Roll.
KENSO TERAMOTOH-Gold Seal: Intramural Basketball: Honor Society,
DON LE ROY THORESON -Business Manager, Arrow, Advisory Board: Cold
Seal: Funfest: Intramural Basketball: Manager, Basketball, Track: Messenger
Stalf: Senior Chorus: Roll President, Honor Society: Ski Club: Assembly,
JOAN THYGESEN Gold Seal: Funfest: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Friend'
ship, P.Q. Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
JUNE TIPPEYf-Pen Staff: Gold Seal: Debate Tram: MidfWinter Concert:
Funfest, Roll Officer: Friendship Committeeg,
BETTY JEAN TONGUE--fCabmet, Freshman Auxiliary: llirls' Club Cabinet:
Gold Seal: Student Director, Funfestg Roll Secretary: Roll Banker: Honor
Roll: Honor Society: Nurseis, C.C.O., Library, Sophomore Commission
ALICE K. TSUE-V-VNU" Club: After School Sports.
THOMAS WILLIAM TUCKER-Captain, First Team Football: First Team
Track: Advisory Board: President, Lettermenis Club: Roll President: Chair'
man, Building Committee: Funfest.
EILEEN A. UHRICH---"GH Club: After Sehool Sports: Library. Serxiri
Social Service, Senior Invitations, PQ. Committees.
LESLIE VOORHEES7Entered from Stadium High School, Tacoma, Vklishingtoli:
Roll President: Honor Roll: Ski Club: Girls' Club Committees: Class Repre-
sentative: Study Hall Clerk.
CLAUDE W'AKEFIELD--Entered from Vashon High School, Vashon, Wash'
ingtong Advisory Board: Chorus: Ski Club: Track Manager: Second Yell Team:
Funfest: Roll Officer: Junior Class Representativeg Noon Stamp Committee.
DORIS XYALKER--Honor Roll: Usher, Service, Standards Committees: Study
SHARON XVARK -Senior Play Art, Senior Play Publicity, Nurse's Commit'
tees: Debate Team: Ski Club: Sophomore Commission: G,C.O. Attendant.
ROSE MARIE VJARNER-Entered from Cleveland High School, Seattle, Wash'
ingtong "G" Club: After School Sports: Standards, Hobby, Friendship Com-
mittees: Vodvil: Study Hall Clerk.
JIM VJASHINGTON-f-Iviid'lklinter Concert, Second Team Basketball: Senior
Chorus: Grounds Committee.
RUTH YVATANABE After School Sports: Roll Banker: Friendsliip Committee:
SHOJI XVATAOKAf -Entered from Broadway High Seliool, Seattle, Vvashington,
BARBARA A. W'EBERfEntered from Broadwa' High School, Seattle, W'ash'
xngton: Funfest: Feature Staff, Messenger: Choir: Roll Representative: Ski
Club: Standards, Art, ,Iunior jottinizs Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
ROBERT WENKERT--.Assistant Photography Editor, Arrow: Honor Society
Representative: Quill and Scroll: Gold Seal: Debate Team: Mid-Winter Con-
cert: Intramural Basketball: Messenger Staff: Senior Chorus: Honor Roll:
Honor Society: Basketball Manager.
NORA VJHITE-Copy Editor, Messenger: Secretary'Treasurer, Junior Class:
Sergeantfat'Arms, Ski Club: Advisory Board: Chairman, Senior Class Com'
mittee: Funfest: Roll Banker: Friendship, Red Cross, .IuniorfSenior Prom
PETER C. VJHITE--President, Senior Class: Advisory Board: Assistant Editor,
Messenger: Gold Seal: Funfest: Roll Oflicer: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Ski
Club: Manager, Football: Stamp, Traffic Committees.
PHYLLIS L. YVHITEfCabinet: Messenger: Gold Seal: Funfest: Roll Oilieer:
Roll Banker: Honor Society: Honor Roll: Assembly, Usher, Senior Activity,
junior Prom Committees: Study Hall Clerk.
ESTHER MARGARET YVICKLUND-Usher, Red Cross. Senior Gift. P.Q..
Art, Standards Committees: junior Class Representative: Roll Banker: After
School Sports: Chorus.
BOB YVILLEY--President, Boysi Club: Chairman, Lunchroom Committee: Senior
Play: Second Team Track: Roll President: Director, Funfest: Doormen, Usher.
Bleachers, Field Patrol, Senior Gift Committees. ,
DON WILLSEY-Mid1Wiuter Concert: Intramural Basketball: Band: Orchestra:
Roll Banker: Honor Society: Band Committee.
WILLIAM WOLFE--Vice-President, Sophomore Class: Secretary, Debate Team:
Gold Seal: Roll Officer: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Chairman, Acknowledge'
ments Committee: Sophomore Class Representative.
DERRY WOHLWENDfFirst Team Football: First Team Golf: VicefPresident,
Ilietierrlgins Club: Class Representative: Roll President: Head Manager,
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BETTY WOLFSTONE-Ski Club: Funfest: Senior Chorus: Standards, Friendship,
juniorfSenior Prom, Senior Prom, P.Q., Usher Committees: C.C.O, Attendant:
,Iunior Class Representative.
JACK K. W'ONGfFuniest: First Team Track: Intramural Basketball: Tennis:
Honor Roll: Cathay Club.
LULU XVONC-Secretary. Cathay Club: Cabinet: Gold Seal: MidfWinter Con'
cert: Funfest: Roll Banker: Honor Roll: Honor Society.
LEICHTON P, NVOODvSki Team: Funfest: Ski Club: Stamp Committee.
CATHERINE YAMADA -"CH Club: After School Sports: "C" Club,
Typist: Basketball Manager: Senior Representative Committee: Attendance
PAULINE YEE-Honor Society, Treasurer: Gold Seal: Mitlfvvlinter Concert:
Funlest: Roll Olhcer: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Ticket, P.Q., Art Com'
mittees: Sophomore Class Representative: junior Class Representative.
KIYOSHI YOSHINAKA --Second Team Baseball: Intramural Football: Intra:
MARJORY YOUNCW-Productions Editor, Arrow: Girls' Club Cabinet: Gold
Seal: Funfest: Feature Reporter, Messenger: Roll Representative: Honor Roll:
Ski Club: Library, Friendship, Senior Commencement Committees,
RICHARD YOUNG7Cvold Seal: Honor Roll: Honor Society: Cathay Club:
,lunior Class Representative: Senior Class Representative.
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NOBUO YUTANI' Gold Seal: Roll Srfrutarvl Honor Socivtyg Honor Roll,
Front Row Kazuko Takahashi. Gloria Friedman, Linnea Mortcnson
Sally Baldwin, joan lv1acDonaId, Connie Cluin, Richard Young,
Suuimd Row Shirley Burton, Dolores Brown, jane johnson, Phyllis
Vfhitc, Bill Riley, Stewart Kelly, Ernest Lingur, Fred Romanoff.
Third Row Sieve Nord, Larry Fisher, john Stern, john Furugori,
Winifred Taylor, Bill Lurks, Howard Clark.
Fouvlli Raw' Hip Kai Eng, XVilliam Eng, Howard Kcllogll. Bill
Tuckcr, Karl lvarsson.
Frmu Rim' Ann Fricdlandcr, -Io Stark, lvlarcvlla Cole, Gloria
Scrmid Row Ruth Iillcn Sullivan. Ilcvvrly Ioncs, Ioan lvlacllonald,
Third Row Don Tliorcson. llill 'I'11cki'r', Don Dawson
Frim! Row' W'inston Millar, Pauline Yee, Sally Baldwin, Betty Alhaf
dcl'I, Gloria Friedman, Larry Fisher.
Scwncl Row: Elaine Kcllcr, JoAnne Fahhio, Sylvia Bowry, Jeannie
Third Row Bill Riley, Nora W'hitc, Bill Lucks, Lee Puro.
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND CARDS
Fnml Run Nmuma Romney, flay Caldwcll, Helen Rossing.
Srmuul Run' Enh-vu Ulrich. ,lzmrt Uwshi, Midfur: Nalcahnrn.
Fnmt Rnw Joanne Snydvr, Mznsauknm Knkuchl, Rngna Fulnus. Mmmllil'
Scmnd Row' Bxll Wulfc, Beverly Butchan, Mary Luu McClelland.
Yacku Ishimirsu, ,luhn Fonda.
Fmnr Ruu' Catlxurmc Ncclms, Cunnic fllcin.
Suimul Run' Kathcrinu Nlcflzmlcy, Phyllis lVhm'.
Fwut Run' Clznrc Chrlstoplxrrmlm. Hclcn Argcnti, Esthcr lylcklund.
Svrmnl Row Dulurvs Brown. Hcrlw Stusscr. l7uvu.l Eng.
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HE FIFTEEN STARS pictured on this page are deserving of special Oscars, lor
taking the lead in scholastic achievement. Vsfithout letting their extrafcurricular
activities interfere with the academic standards of the studio. these amhitious workers
have proven that in order to take an active part in events, one does not have to sacrifice
his goal of scholastic perfection, The filming of this "A" picture was difhcult, hut
with ahle producers and directors to advise them their task was somewhat simplified.
These Stars now stand as worthy examples of the spirit displayed in the Garlicld Studios.
The same qualities which have made them outstanding on the lot will also make them
leaders of the future.
PREVIEW 0F COIl'lIIIG EVEIIT5
S THIS year comes to a close, several hundred hoys and girls will he passing
through the portals of the studio gates for the last time. Their career, which hegan
four short years ago, came to a climax the night they were presented their diplomas.
Having reached their goal for stardom. they are now out on their own in search of
Since the future is a composite of numerous and varied careers, the amhitious and
diligent memhcrs of the cast will have little difhculty in qualifying. Mcist of the Stars
have done considerable thinking ahout their future. Vocational tests have heen a major
factor in aiding them to select the life work that will most nearly suit their talents. Iviany
hoys have discovered through shopftraining that their career lies in mechanical work.
Many girlsehave found a Home Economics course invaluahle in planning a home.
Others will seek higher education, while still others have found their interest lies in
salesmanship. lt is evident then that the "Garfield Studio" has endeavored to give its
workers a practical training that leads to their future success.
HE IUNIORS, as "Featured Players." are gain-
ing experience and recognition as the Stars oi
1949. Working in Garfield's Movie Studio under the
guidance of Miss Buckley, they have become accus-
tomed to the responsibilities oi student government
entrusted to the Seniors. By conscientious endeavor,
they have achieved many distinctions which will
help them in their iinal year on the lot. Looking
forward to 1949, the Iuniors are anxiously awaiting
their debut to stardom.
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THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE, given the
task of selecting a theme for the annual EIUIIIOF'
Senior Prom, picked the title of "Moon Mist."
Called on to design the programs, they carried
out the theme with moonfshaped programs. A
senior hoy or a senior girl's name represented the
title of each of twelve dances. From these were
chosen a King and a Queen who reigned supreme
during the evening. This committee also handled
the distrihution and sale of the programs.
Left ln Right Ivlarian Iiriner, Rav Ivlosratel, Janie Frantz, flhairlnm
THE DECORATICNS CCMMITTEE was ref
sponsihle for decorating the Epiphany Parish Hall.
Carrying out the theme of the dance, L'Moon
Mist," they placed a huge moon across the stage,
in front of which were erected the thrones for
the King and Queen. Various characters sitting
lweneath thc "light of the silvery moon," were
displayed on the walls. The memhers of this
committee put forth a great deal of time to make
their work effective.
Lt!! to Right Henry Edmund, flliairmang Ann Iiiost, Ivlaiucy
Houck, Harold Iironihach.
THE PU BLICITY COMMITTEE was organized
to hroadcast the fact that the juniors were giving
a prom to honor the graduating seniors. Memhers
from the Messenger and various other puhlication
staffs were represented, in order to use these
means to puhlicize the dance. Articles appeared
in the Messenger, and posters were placed in the
halls. This committee worked long and diligently
in order to put over this annual event of the
Garfield Movie Studio.
Ld! lu Riglil Lou Lluke, f,I1au'mang llal Dickenson, Sally Iiaster'
THE REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE was
formed to take care of the prohlem of planning
serving the refreshments. Since everyones
is dilferent, it was a difficult joh to End food
would suit everyone. Thc final decision was
and cookies made in the shape of halffmoons.
helpfyoursclf method was used in order to
confusion, This committee was also responf
for cleaning up the kitchen and leaving a
and tidy hall.
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HE SOPHOMORES. as "Bit Players." are build-
ing a foundation for their future career in Gar-
field's Movie Studio, while the present Stars are
holding the spotlight. Besides having successfully
engaged in numerous lot activities as understudies,
the Class of 1950 has won first place with their mem-
bership in the Honor Society.
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fum! Run' lflmxml lhkvr, Iivxrrly Har'
run, hum Aualun, Ihxlmu Apulus, Adv'
lla: Awrv. S.undl'n Apphgzxrtlm.
Sm'm1JRnu' D4-vrJrr Allgxmunv. Shl-mln
Finch, lhlmrs B.urd, Barham l5.u'kvl'.
Tllmf Run' Sxrw Ihtcs, Clhu' Arm'
strung, lviclxin Hzllwr, Sum Anucl.
Fwvlr Run' Phyllxs Hlunfk, llauul linlrn.
Elaunv Brlgcr. Earl Hlsnm. Mxxck Bcnm-tl.
Sammi Run' Rulwclmn Bn-ndvx. M.n1'lL-xxx'
Bcrggrvn. Burn' B1-har, Mlckln' Blurncn'
ffld, -Inhxx Hvuschlcxn, Frank Uuclmrnw.
Thmi Run- Warxx-11 Hmm-tx, Fruncn A.
Blnachkzu, Hrlcn Hlulnglwn, Hmxud
Fmvx! Run' Tum' flnllmvn, Ifllgcxw
Bnwck, Luna Iiulsmgl, Curtis Lu- liumks,
Sumxd Run' Susan Hrurt. M.x1'y' ,Iam
Brown, flarlvm- Hmsflnmn. Nnvrm Kinlw,
Thxnl Run' Dxfk Bmwr. NIM:-m Hmwn
.lim Buvlr, Mzulx'1x1 Brzldvn.
Frmxl Kms ,funn-5 llhmn. Ruiu-1'r Klhmn.
jmnxm' ffhrlstlr. Ienhrllr flhmn, Iivrniu'
flnsnm. Sylxizn flnpclnru.
Summl Run' Iilgll f1.xx'1Nsu11, ,lwnx flhrl'
llmgtcmrx, Vmlrl flhmn. Ivfurrxv Cfhrrnle.
Thml Ruux UNL 11-:ll-. Bud Clarxxplwll,
Vlcnu fhpvlrulm., -I, P. ffhlpult.
Fmur Rm' Rum lfmm, IMM-I Klwrr-nl,
Arm Dinh. livtrv -lm-.nn Ihux, Amt.:
Scwvul Run' 'lim Clummlnf, vlulm Klux,
Hnmld fluttnn, luldu- flmuprx. Nurmn
' Tum flurry, l"x'-ml Umm,
, mu Lylv Cfn-xu.
lllll flu lm
Fvmxt Run' lfllcsr Ilmln, liwlw lim,
'lulmuy Dong, Kun- Lw Ilumm, livrvl
lluorsmx, Dulmw Uvlnuzl, ,lvlrv ll.-
Sruund Run' ,llum lfuxlxlx, lifvrurlm-'.n
Dvlltsch, Ruszl Mlnu Dm-xx, blzlulllvlxn
lluucctir, Rulwrt Dmlnxlx,
Tlurd Raw Dunald llmmldwlm, Ivlaulvm-
l7yIutr:u. Nlvvrdn llimjlurn, Nm'xufw,l lflwn
Irnmr Kuu' Shxrlcy Flvlmrry, Kullxlcvn
Fulcy, Annu Edmlstun, rlrlmnlc Flanagan.
kluancttc Eslwrmzl. Lllly Emlu, Nrlsun
Sruuud Row .lam Flvlds, Doug Fluids,
,lulm Fltc, Henry Fznlvvllc, Emmw Luu
Fn1rscrx'm', PM Fsnr.
Thlni Run' Pnlly Frsnxcv, Mzury' Luum
Fwrtlwy, rlcmnu- Frahm, Rvgn Flphwr,
Front Run: ffathunm' Hulnlxc, Lllllem
Hxcrsun, Betty Gurus, Mznsxxe' Furumfmr,
lrrnu Fuxix, Danny Gallagher.
Surovul Row ,lim l'uumom, ,llm Cnld'
mam, Maki: Fullhlrzl, ,lrmn Guxnv, Perm
Cvycr, Bud Ulllcn.
Thxrd Run' Dun Hxnslwrg, Juno Gulf
lnhvr, Bill fhvssrlnzxn, Nurrun fluldsn-111.
Fmnt Run' Sylvm Grcclmlmrg, llunnn
filcany. ,lvsmlr flrlrnra. lvllyulu Han-I
Ljaxxn, Dun fllvfllf,
Sccnml Run' flarnlv Harris, fill Hnlwlw,
Rwvlwcrt l'lnsw11, lzmm- Hlnmw. Elms
Tlxml Rau' Grzmr ll.lrx'1s. ,lurk Uulllvx.
Burns Gurlxrac. Hvrsrlwl flumlwixw, Ql.
Ifmnr Run' Al Hmxlvy. Uvlalllllm-' Hum,
Suri: lsr-Nl. .I-mc Hum, Uururhv lwgmnku.
Aklrzl Huh-slxlxnzl, illurm Flwudu.
Suunuf Run' Alun Hum-xv. IM ,I.lcwlw.
Knthvrlm' Hnyv, B.lrPm1.u Hmpv, 511111.-
Hunl, Vlrglnm Huff. K,n:uv.x lch1k.m.n.
Thml Run' Bill Alrillrrsuxu. 'ful llulrll.
Rnlwcrl H-wt, Allwn liullnvf, XXI-xlm'
Fmvxr Run' Yum' Kamla. Nunn' ,lnmf
vu-':, Hnrxv K.lJuslnlu.n, .Iv.m1r ,lm-,
Sumul Ron' M1111-vvm ,I-'lm'n. XYnlln.nn
-Iuhmnm. Allsnn hluguc, li.nrh.un ,I.mK:n'n
Thml Run' fflnrk Qlulnlns-vu, Dun julxn-
mn luhu lully Hull lnlxlx-lm
Fnjnl Rau' liduth Klrlmlldlr. Ruth Kar'
nuhkv. Malrtlxzl Kil.1x'1nu1.u, ,lm .Iw -fur.
Summl Run' All Klrln. IJ.-lm.-s Kun-1.grl.
Hxrlyu Krtzlxlch. .funn Kl'.ukm'skv, ff.u1'w
Tllmi Run' Richalnl Klumgh. ,I-v.mnv
Kim, Ifl1:.ub-'th Kvhnlnwl, Hmur Kuugrl,
Fmmt Rau' llwcn Lalxglmln, Klum' Kulf
wrh, Carol Kwan, Umm.: L14 Frzmrr.
Sn-lm.: Lawson. ,lzmr lfffmq. ,Ivy-rr Lvx'
Sufmul Rau' liau'lmr.u Lvflvv, .'Xl1r1n'fM.n1llk
l.llnJlw1g. julian l.1mlHmu, Xullv I,vm.m
Thani Kun' Haxwx Luv. NK'ull.uJ Inml'
sm, ,luck L.-nglwl, filmllrs Lrlnxluuw
FY-mr Rum' Hmuwx' M.n1'. Hun M.ntfnnLl.u.
Srkm Nlnsulmmlu, iflmllcx Ivhlhls. NJN,
mm ML'Mx1x1:1s', Allu-xl Nl.nwl.
Samui Run- Qlulhm M.n1L. Klum' M.'K.ux',
Petr: K.uhul.nmu. Null Iv1.u'r. M.1xx' Ann
Nlxurlm, l'.lrrnrl.u lv1.n:l.cmml1,
'Html Run' Prim' M.'I51vlx.ul.f, Cul M.nrf
tm. H.u1v MAI, 12.-4-, lfxn.-X1 M,nnI.n,
Finn! Kun' Wnlln- Luc Nllllrx. lilalr l..x-
mlm' Nlltclxcll, Mila' lvlulaxkzum, Almuttu
Myers, joan lvluttvlsun. Eluanur Miclxu-',
Sammi Raw lvlnrlzmm' lvlvsrurl, lizxflxry
lvl-uxacn, ,I-mlm lvlmn, Mznry' Luulsr lwlryf
fu. l'rggy .Io Nlurmv, li-:lx lVlczu!r.m.f
Thml Rau' jxlm Mu-my Ki-nm-:lx MM-
wu. Miki' lvlclfmrx, Mvl lvlclfnrxrv.
Fmnl Kun Mlsrw' Nwlulv, IS-'ttv Onrslnz.
Tnxw Ugznu, ,Iam Ukzunum, llnuznku
Nlslnmurln, Dunlm Nulxlc.
Suomi Run' lfugvnr Uk.4ml111u, Hull
Nlundurll, link Nulxlru, Sunm NL-Nlm.
Thru! Run' Du' Nmrmx, lil.-u Urknmlla.
Richard Nvxxm-ll, lfllwxt Nvru. Frml Nmxl.
Fmnr Kun' l'.n1l Pvlly, lvlnru Pllxzn.
Frank Purknr, Allu-rt l'n-drrwn, flllum
Scumul Kali' liulv l'.mlxun, l'5cl11.xln.l Pwr-
lm, Mzuck Osimmlrr, Tlwxnus Ulmml.
Ulvnv Urtznmy, Cllmrlutn- Ummm.
Tlmml Run' Nlrk liattrxwuln, Rwnzxlll
Pruult, Fuml PJ!-m. Tum Um, fhxllun
Fnml Run' Nlnxnm' Ilulmmm, filmrl-exrw
Plcsumlt, Bnrlma Pmncx, lvlamxm- Pom'
lwlumu, Ruth Pxlxnlvv, Fay Rm,
Skmmd Run' limnr l'lx1ll1pn. Nlury Plc-
ruth, Mary' Lum: Rxtcluv. lizulmm Rirlmf
zud, Ruhcrtn Rin-.
Third Row Paul Rumr, L.ury Ruhlnsun,
Clllflurd Riulfunl. fllllnun Rmmllnll-. ,lx'..
Fnmt Huw Mary Ann Ruwrxm, Sxdmv
Schzun, lvlauclm' Rwlvhllmz-, Pvggy Sclwnxnll.
Thx-rcsv Rubs, Flzmcvs S-'lmluvxmmrx'
Sccmnl Row Nluyvr Shcmnrxn, Rmlmxxl
Rudi. YV1llxam Rulvxmnm. Lum Srhlmv
lwrg, Furl Snndrll, lfxlgl-lu' R.m'lr','.
Thwd Ruu' Cllxnrlw Sfnsv, Smlmrmm Svnf
dm. Hzarxv Rum. Huh Rngvx-
l'rw1l lwu' M4111 hl11'1xx11.11l, 12,1 Sun..
3111114 Hhllpv, l31111Sh11-1.1, M.1x1111LS11t1k1.
l'h1'Il1a Sh.111fl1, Yr1.1 S11111111111x
S1'111111f R11111 l'.1111r 51111115-111. 1111-111
Shr1'N1111, Tc111k11 Sh11111111111r.1, llcxn' S11
w1'l1111, Gnlv S1v.11kN, H.111Jv S1x.111v-.-
Thml R1111' KI1-11113 Slnguu, Rulwlr Sprrl,
H1uxx.11'1l Snuth. M1111'1N S.111'.111-1,
F11-111 K1111' AI11111- S11111l1. Ll1'11111r 511-1
r11-, Nulm- I.1L41l141fl11. l.1ll1.111 T'.11ln,
M.1111111 T.1kr11-1Q11, H1151-111.11v T4111111
81111111 R1111' lmslxv Sluw-1. E11111 Suml
an-d. I11111111v I.l11gx1, H11xx11lJ 5l1.r1n.111,
'Thxwwl R1111' ,lun 51111. 51.111111 511-111-
Pwlg. Ak11.1 'l'.1k1'l1ch1. lfllnwt T.111111'1,
P10111 H1111 Ralph X.1lr11l1111'. M.11g.111-1
V1l11111l:1l11. 151114111-5 Tl11v111.1f. A1111.1 lm-'
Th11111ps1111. Ha111.1k11 U11111111. M.11g.1r1-1
T.11na1ql1ch1. ,l11n1' XX'.11.111.1lw
S1'1m111 K1111' l7111111l11' U1111111. R11-111m
T1111l11-r111.111, -I11111111' Tv1.11l.1. l7.m11Tr1'111f
lwlvv. A1111 V.111 Ar-drl, A1111 XY.1l1111.
'Thlul R1111' ,lurk Vnllvulflm, I'1'1l1lv 'I-x111'.
lflwlv Tvllcll, PMI1' T1:11'r1. A411111 Vw
dvlnil. f.l1-11 NX1lI1.1111-
Fmvlt Run' 1l1w11L11 Y1'll.111J. l".1111111
XY111115 V111g1111.1 XY1'h1f.1ll, T111111k11 Yw
fl1111L.1, M.11l1-l-111 YUI111111, R1111,1I1l XXX-15'
S1'u11v11f R1111' N.111.'v WAH11-1. ,l11h.111111'11.e.
XXX-lwr, Rugcl W1k1111, f1l:111 A1111 NY111'1l1'
111gm11. R11fhrll1' XY11'11:r. K111l1 Ymlnf
-111k:1, 1l'u11:1l1l XN1ls1111
Tlxml R1111' DHL XYI111111-1. H1111.111l
Z1'11l111.111, l.111N XY1111.1rt1. I5.111N XX'1lI1.1111N.
Huh XY111g11v1. H1-11111111 XY1111g
Fxvxr RUN' 51111111 H1'l1.111x. 1111411111
f.l11'lf111', N1111111141 XX1wr!.1ll, H.1rI1,11.1 Pm'
1111. M.111r1111' l'1'ml11v11111. lT1.111.151'h.11h1111
S1u1-1111 R1111' M.11x l,11111w F11r111.'1, M.11-
Qzlrr! l,.11111'1, Rurhrll-' XY11'11v1, RJ11-11
H.1aw11. f1.u11.1w A1111-'I
Thml Kun' E1'1c l11h.111w11. 'IX1111 4f11111.
S1L111l1'v Hullhvlal, 131111 15111-lwm. H1111
1511141111 R111 XY.1111'11 H1'1111rKl. Rnlwlflr
XYVNYIWIL1. XYAH1' lvxm. l11h1l11x' N11-U11'
HE MlDfTERM SOPHOMORES. as "Stand Ins," participatcd eagerly in
the whirlwind of studio activities. Awkward and widefeycd, they took advanf
tage of the many opportunities given them and successfully coped with the various
decisions which they encountered. Although a hit dulwious at Hrst, they accepted
the challenge of competition with fresh ideas, and aftcr "looking over" the airy,
experienced Seniors. they lweeame anxious for the time when they would make
their debut. ln the studio and on the lot, they are receiving valuahlc instruction
for their future career, and are striding confidently ahead to their ultimate goal,
Front Kun' lvlitcllcll lilaek, ,less Barton,
jean Alexander, Leon Angel, Dave Al-
taras, Al llehar, Allwrt Adatlo, Sam
Serinid Row joseph Allen. ,lelry liridge,
Mary Ann Brewer, Adaline Bowman,
Molly Blume, Ike Bensnsen, Frank liakrr.
Fin! Row lid Kloleoek. Donna Lev
lfckrrt, Vivian Chan, Mi-laniqan Collins,
Laurence Cohn, ,li-ll Comyn.
Sermid Row lviarlrnv Conley. Eleanor
flapeloto, Nliniel Kfamplvll, Aludy Cas'
sitly, joan Camplwll, jim Callaghan.
Third Row Charles Dickson, Louise
fihiprlzr, Sliarvn Len' Clxexin, Alum lluxltlf.
Fmt Rim' Dolores Hlazrr, Fr a new -
Fnncs. .lay Friedman, ,loyce liskenazi,
Loretta Clurrela, Carol Foster.
Second Rau' Kai Lim ling, Russell ling,
Daw' Fumes, Nancy Evans, ,lean Flaks.
Third Roll' Dean Saxzltge, Edward ling.
Robert Evans, Tim flardner, Edward
Freeman, Rolwert NlcAlllster.
Prnt Kun' lu-nv lamvl, Alanrt H-vldru,
Sclmu Gulmnln-ck, Lurnllr Him-lx, IM-I4-rl-N
Half, .luanltsu Haynm.
Summl Run liul H.-nulnrn. Rlcyr lv
rzurl, Kznrnl lvzurlmn, lvhlllvn H.ulI,
Tllml Rmv Nlvrnn Hurn, linulmx llul'
lwrg, l71n'nl lsulrll, .luv Hunt.-1. Allwll
FHJYII Run' liurum lvlalnlmllb, lfwlxn
jnlws, Elinor l,uvpul4l. flxwn M.llx li---'.
SL-wml Run' llrtly Lum-n, Nlfurv 1.0.-kv.
Nclliv lvlallmwlch, lflczmnr .l.lcmlwsrn, Cl.ul
Thxnl Run' Nmuxin L.: llnmdr. Rulwlr
Lux Briim Manx. Slug--ru Knt.nv.uu.1, llnl'
Fnmt Run' Bill Qlmrlra, Pcggy Nngnllx,
,lralxcttr M-nh-mr, Slnrlvy lvlunson, Nmncv
Norton. lvfurls' Plum.
Sufuml Row Huh lvlarslmll, lxwin Rum'
zmoll, XVam.la Ncukxrclx, Nancy Mczv
stmno. Lydm Phillnps, Cfhnrlvs Pcrrs.
Fmnr Run' Clk-urn Smith, lflm Sxxrnlprl-al.
Mimi Rnusau. Hmxnrsl Rum-ntlml, Lvmx-
Sufmul Ron' ,loan Sums, .lualv SlTlIlKt'l,
,lzucqunc Tnlkr, Slmcldun Sxdvll, Dan-ul
Thlnl Ron' lvfzurria Sullry, Ulmiu Suriv
sum, .lusrph Srrznilr, llvvr-'rt Sxmnsml,
Fmt Row Murg.m'lt Wxlsun, Shawn
Xhmlfc, Pearl Varnn, loan Waitc, Marv
XVils1m, Phyllia Yalnmlwm.
Suruml Row Frank You, llnul Thonmx.
Dclclnc Xklulmn, Mlckm-x' XX'1Ilmms, Lum
'Tlxml Row: lm- Vxzzzlrv. liwu-lx Yuumg.
Kcnurtlx Zcumault, Umm XY.-mia,
HE FRESHMEN, who have just entered the gates
of the studio as extras. have already engaged in
the spirit of activities although nineteen fifty-one
seems a long way off at first. These ambitious extras
are doing more than waiting for a break: they are
facing the challenge. in order to fulfill the require-
ments which they must meet when they reach their
goal of stardom.
LLUYI3 KLUMSTOCIK .,.,. . . . . . .AJ1-Lww
JUANNE SIIlC9Iil .... .... , . . Suurulmx
ED RILEY , . I' ' I
LHI5 IRI! If X P I
Firm! RMU' ,luycv Hxtlvuvck, Bztrlmm
Ht-zal, McAdaxm Hmm. Kxw Hlunck, Rich'
Ltnl Hlfhtup, Eugt-nc Hcckcl. Stamtun liitvf
Sutmxtl Run' Nurm Clcln, Lu' Brunf
rttr. Run Hnldus, Iicttv lIh.tst', Alnmqwltlm'
flutvr. jvrry ffritrs.
Thmi Run' llvurgc llruwn, plum' Augtm,
Datxltl Ht-wh, Tum' Allwn
Fmnt Run' ,Ivnv Hamm Lvnn Unntt.
Mxtrxttx Flatks, Ihxlt-lu' jmxus, Tum .luv
uhsclm, Qlzum hldntlwst-11. Suznnnt Hum.
Srmnti Run' Bxtm' lidtmmdf, Illum-
Ulxnn, ,lamn- Km-hm-I. P.mlt'ttr litics,
Thani Run' Elwmtd Hmm. lit-urgc Din"
tdsun, Nfrlvhml l5t't'.tn-1, Hull fllrrlw.
Frtmt Run' Hatrttld H-tutglt, jtnxn Pvumf
gall, Ellznlwth Ntugurr. Int Rlwdcs.
limit' Snnchvz. Suzxtuuv Nvum, Lu'
Scumld Run' Hnzrl Qtmttt-t't11.txm-, Ruth
U5tnm', Matt'1lt1tx Nyquvst. Ralph Mats'
L1-.m. ,ludnth Nluslct.
Thml Rmu GvmlJum- U'Httm. Htmzud
N.-lwn, KI.tlxm Mattlxt-xxx. Etncst Mzxlmttlm
Fmnt Run' Enulyglrxm Wlmvtftmxr. Hu-
nrstumc Stnnr. Nlnhlt- Wtfmg, Pattrtck XVII'
mu. Nlumczt Slnuplca, Rtwdlmtxu Strm
Sctmul Run' Durlcur Thumpstm, jtmy-fr
Su-gf-l, Nlntllyn Sulllvzm, Chttk Tuy.
.lnwltmtv Vztn Ryflt. ltmvgvru' Sctfrdztn,
'Thwd Run' T45-lux Sfmt. Qldtutw Tau.
Ed Rxlvv. Al Snnft.
Fmnt Run' Nnrm.m Clvm. Pzttllctlt'
Etlts. ,ltrvcr Httlwuclt, l3.n'lvm' Thmupwtm.
itttfmf Ruta' lid Rulnv. ,lm'ct- Snrgcl
JB JA M10 AM
If .., -,
Q gift My
STOP -r-TT-' I
"'.,.'g:,G:,'. Ee' STAGE
E31 H B
LL PRODUCTIONS in Garfield's Movie Studio, are a contri-
bution of bits of talent from every person registered on the
lot. They develop facile minds by creating a diversified program
that promotes responsibility and teamwork among all the per-
sonnel. The Senior Play, the Funfest, the Mid-Winter Concert,
the Arrow, the Pen, and the Messenger, are all representative of
constant endeavor by everyone in the studio, from the greatest
Star of 1948, to the most self-conscious Extra and wide-eyed Stand
In. Accordingly, there have been many academy awards and
honorary citations given to Garfield personnel for their splendid
achievements during the year of 1948, a year of memorable
XYINIFIIEIJ TAYLUR SALLY BALDWIN LLIVILLEVIDIZ RLHUSSI
.St'.'ifl.ivv Tnuxtwuv hcuoiiil I nvl viinltvil
HE GIRLS' CLUB supcrviscs thc majority of thu studio activities. thus it is of thc
utmost importzincc that its lczidcrs :irc clhcicnt :ind dcpcndzlhlc. Under the direction
of Miss Emilie Hcnscl. the mumhcrs of this ycztr's stuff mct the rcsponsihility plziccd
upon thcm hy thcir fans. They cnrricd out the duties imposcd upon thcm, adding thcir
own constructvc idciis.
lfvcry girl on thc lot is urgcd to zivqiil hcrsclf of tht- opportunity to pgirticiputc in tht-
numcrous committccs of thc cluh. Witli thc standard of thc crccd sct hcforc hcr, shc
strivcs to hc loyal. courtuous. aind just to hcr cofworkcrs, :ind truthful in hcr daily
Your Ruiz' Brlflnlfil Lord, Lulu Wong, Ann Fl1t'dl.uidvx, ffonnxc Clvin. Ilslisy Iilt-.ICIL Sully Fllnu, ll1n'lv1ll.i Hzutnzxuvl,
Nrtinzil Rini ,lozmnv Snytlvr. lvluicm Bvll, Riignu liolniw. Milli' ,lznit Fitzgmtxicli. Iilorlti Ufxmld. Kay Nlcfhiulcy. Hvtrx Alliiitl-'II
Tliml Rim- Novnni Mirkt-lwn, Virginia Ilrimn. Marx Lon Iniliri-i'. Frzunfi-s flriuiv. .Iunnir Ronfxo. fl4itliul'iliv Nvclmr.
'ninth Run' lvlxnv l,oi1 Mt-C,l.-II.iiitI. fl.nii- f,l11'lfropln'rxiiIi. hliillvy Nliiorr, l'l1vllls Xkhir.-, Rllthfltllrn Nilllviln. l'.lr lVI.lfl.i'nlmn
CONNIE HOWE MILLICENT BAKER ' MISS EMILY HENSEL
Fnst V1cc'P1csidcnt President Girls' Advisor
HE GIRLS' ADVISGRY BOARD plays an important role in the establishment
of law and order on the studio grounds. Attired in their navy blue regulation
uniforms, they saunter around the lot, enforcing the regulations that were made for the
good of all. Despite the delicacy of their positions, the members of the Advisory Board
have gained the respect of everyone, not only for the carrying out of their daily routine
of duties, but for the helpful suggestions and advice they render. -
The Girls' Club Cabinet, composed of the committee chairmen, form the backbone
of the studio council. It is through these hardfworking girls that the aims and ambitions
of the council materialize.
DOLORES BROWN GAY CALDWELL BARBARA FLACK DOROTHY FRIEDMAN JEAN GUNDERSON
JEAN HAMMOND ETSUKO ICHIKAWA BEVERLY JONES ,IO ANNE TALLMAN NORA WHITE
fs at if
Q? gig ir
f .v W
CLAUDE WAK EFIELD
HE BOYS' CLUB presents many opportunities
to all boys who are interested in being of service
to Garfield's Movie Studio. The officers, the Cabinet.
and the Advisory Board, all working with Mr. Crib'
ley, strive toward one goal-that of creating a bond
of friendship between each and every boy from the
leading stars of 1948 to the most inexperienced bit
players. A democratic form of government gives all
members of the cast a chance to voice their opinions
and to suggest improvements and activities for the
The Advisory Board, selected by school scrvicc
and scolastic records, are conscientious young men
vvhosc responsibility it is to execute the rules and
regulations of the studio. They pass judgement on
and advise issues important and incidental to the
council. It is also their role to determine the final
verdict on the problems and controversies that face
the personnel. By maintaining discipline among
themselves, and by using wise and considerate counf
sel, these boys are gaining knowledge that will be of
value to them in the future.
Ib TQ? .
Zin ,1 '.
Fvont Raw: jim Fields. Marvin Honory, Stewart Kelly
Scromi Row Ron Tat, Don jones, Don Daw on
HE OFFICERS, elected hy popular vote of the
entire company, accept their responsibilities with
clear, competent minds and zealous enthusiasm.
These boys, with the confidence and trust of their
fellow workers, have supreme power in G2l1'H6lCl'S
Movie Studio. They direct and put over many of
the activities scheduled for the studio personnel dur'
ing the year and suggest necessary improvements for
the lot. Through their efforts and achievements these
ofhcers are preparing themselves for places of responf
sihility and leadership.
The Committee Chairmen, chosen hy the Boys'
Cluh President, are responsihle for the success or
failure of the projects their committees undertake,
They stress cooperation among their fellow workers,
and are hehind each worthwhile movement and
progressive action introduced on the lot. Since all
hoys in the studio should participate in some field
of eluh work, they are presented with this outlet for
their creative ahility. ln learning toguide others,
these committee chairmen all gain recognition in
Garfield Movie Studio.
Fmnt Row' James Chin, Vfinstnn Millet, Harry Phillips.
if ii Rau" Lce Pino, jake Sigurdson.
MR. LESLIE CRIBLEY
BK TB NVILLEY
GERALD HATCH ER
BDI! OFFICE FHVDRITES
HE RADIANCE ROLL, composed of box office favorites, was
elected again this spring. This custom, which has been carried out for
twentyffive consecutive years, serves as an inspiration for every Garield
girl to develop and to improve her character. Although elected by fan
mail, these girls are not chosen for their popularity alone, but also for
their loyalty, leadership, courtesy, friendship, and all other important
traits which represent the standards of good American womanhood.
An assembly is held in order to acquaint the fans with the standards
that a Radiance Roll electee should possess. The following morning every
girl is permitted to vote for her three favorites who, in her estimation,
have best lived up to the required standards.
Fmnt Row: Connie Howe, Sally Baldwin, Gay Caldwell, Gloria Oswald. Rosemary Pcttingill.
Second Row: Ragna Folncs, Lucille De Rousse, Milliccnt Baker, Ruth Ellln Sullivan.
'Third Row. jcnnir: Russo, Winnie Taylor, Halen Arg.grnti.
HE NONETTE, one of the studios proudest possessions is known
not only hy those around the lot, hut also hy thc entire city hccause
of the many engagements which they fulfilled throughout the year. The
nine songstresses are selected hy the music director, Mr. Parker Cook, for
their ahility to read and to interpret music, their personality, and the
quality of their voices. Under the capable direction of Mr. Cook the
girls spend many hours after the regular work day, learning new sclccf
tions, both popular and classical, and perfecting their harmony.
During Christmas, the Nonette hrought the spirit of the holiday
season closer to everyone hy singing carols around the lot. They again
received merited approval as one of the outstanding numhers in the
annual MidfWintcr Concert.
FLORINE ROSS IRENE MILLER HARRIET DALLUM JANE FRANTZ ROSEMARY PETTINGILL
ELAINE SADICK JEAN CUNDERSON MURIEL MILLER RITA NASH JUAN GRANT
I-IE MEMBERS of the Gazette Committee
are given the responsibility of publishing a
paper each month for the girls on the studio lot.
Eagerly anticipated, the publieation is read by
everyone that desires to know the latest fashions
popular around the studio. News concerning the
various Girls' Club committees, party hints, and
interviews are features whieh regularly appear in
this popular publication.
Fmiil Rim' Clarnlyn Shirley, Nlarion Alliatli-II, Rosalyn Sri-rn.
Stemnl Row Catherine Neekas, Chairman, Lorelei Nlarells.
Courteous and smiling, the Friendship Comf
mittee, as the name implies, promotes friendship
throughout the studio. Sponsoring mixers to eelef
hrate the various holidays, writing to girls who
are seriously ill, having a Friendship Table in the
lunehroom, and presenting scrolls to those girls
who serve on committees are but a few of the
ways they accomplish their purpose.
Front Ron' Susan Illaek, .Io Carter. RutlifElIen Sullivan, Illianinan.
Seeond Ron" Marcia Bell, flo-Chairman, Ilierdre Augustine, Nanev
It is due to the eonscientiousness of the Assem'
bly Committee that the studio has had so many
varied and interesting pep assemblies. This group
not only plans the entire program, but in addition
it locates speakers and entertainers for the various
occasions. Thus it is that this staff plays an im'
portant part by affording welcome diversions to
an otherwise strenuous program
Lei! to Ixiglir Ioan lvIaeI7onaltI, Alaek Seeley, Don Dawson, I'hvIIis
XX'hite. Don Tlioreson, Maurer-llzu Cole. Lon Kilarke.
The members of the Lunchroom Committee
can be seen every fourth period, patrolling the
lunehroom in order to keep it orderly. Directing
new students to various counters, seeing that stools
are put up, and keeping the tables clean are some
of the numerous responsibilities plaeed on this
committee. During the past year several drives
have been held to help the committee with their
Left to Right Iiranees fliane, Katherine Meiianley. Iiwlyn Iironn
RED CROSS COMMITTEE
HE RED CROSS Committee which has al'
ways played an important rolc in the studios
charitahle work, was again extremely active this
year. Each committee memher spends two hours
a week in the Red Cross room. Their newest
project is the adoption of a German school. By
sending needed school supplies and exchanging
letters, this staff is contrihuting greatly towards
making friends with Germany.
Finni Row Daisy vlran Beach. f.hannian, Pat Sims.
Sirninl Ron' XVnnIi.-d Tax-lni, lviarv Ann Hanson
The memhers of the Lihrary Committee assist
Miss Cole with all lihrary work throughout the
year. Shifting positions each week, the workers
take charge of the file cards, the magazine room,
and the main checking desk. Many of the staff
memhers have ohtained practical experience that
will fit them for future lihrarian work.
I.i'lt to Right Pal lNolan, Penny lVIcElroy, firetchcn Barager, Nlary
lam Fitzpatrick, flhanman, Hideo Hirnhayashi, Patty Becker.
SOCIAL SERVICE COMMITTEE
The girls who serve on the Social Service Comf
mittee have given much time and effort to their
work this year. Each week two or three commit'
tcc memhers read to the children at Harhorview
Hospital, Helping to take care of children at the
Broadway Nursery School is another of their re-
sponsihilities. By performing such services, these
girls are living up to their creed, "Ready to do
all possihle service."
Lei! in Right Nlarion Brinri. Virginia Blown. Clhannian, Susan
l'rogrni'. Helen Illonigren,
LOST AND FOUND COMMITTEE
The memhers of the Lost and Found Committee
perform a very valuahle service for the studio,
in that many articles are lost daily. It is through
the efforts of this committee that not only num'
erous pens, wallets, and hooks find their owners,
hut articles of sentimental value as well. Since
these memhers must sacrifice an hour daily to do
their good deeds. the studio feels greatly indehted
Lift In Riyln Donna lvliililie. flaiolvn H.-gsironi. Nlaiv Lon Mc'
HE Bulldog Club with a mem'
bcrship of twentyffive, is composed
of seniors and secondfhalf juniors who
have rendered outstanding service to
Frou! Row Hiller Wiebb, -lolm Robertson, Harbi-
Second Kola' -lack Szlttertlxxxzutr, Alston Fairserxlw
Danny Gibson, Bob Rychard,
Third Ruin' Ltc Puro, Howard Kellogg, Ed Taylm.
The Cathay Club, a vital part of the
democratic system in our Garfield
movie studio, is composed of G2lfflCldlS
enthusiastic Chinese personnel. Tend'
ing to promote stronger friendships
among its members. this club has def
veloped into a prominent organization
which takes part in many lot activities.
For recreation, they sponsored a dance,
Front Ron" Mabel NYong, Iitlnh Cllnnn.
Scuuvld Roll' fialxin lllxmn, Miss Nystrom, Ray Soo.
The Ski Club continued again this
year to keep alive the interest of Garf
Held's ski enthusiasts. Witlm meetings
twiee a month, they have profited by
movies and talks given by prominent
skiers. They have also sponsored many
Fmnt Roux lvlaribctlx Baltllaser, Nora XVl1ile.
Second Roux Bob Kuclxer. Mr. Fidler. Don Normm
HE Lettermen's Club is composed
of first team lettermen, They set
the rules by which athletes earn their
letters and work for the betterment of
the studio's athletic department. No
regular meetings are held.
Lcfl to Right' Don jones, SecretaryfTreasurcr1 Derry
NVnhlwend. Vice-Prrsidentg Bill Tucker, President.
The Debate Team has again en'
deavored to develop keen thought and
convincing speech. Meeting during the
sixth period each Clay, it has grown
into one of the most capably conf
ducted organizations in the studio.
Front Row' lvfnricl Hurwitz, Secretary: NVilliam
Fralim, Maliagerg Lillian Simon, President.
Second Row Mr, Carl Fnnlk, Advisorg Bill Xvolfe,
The Camera Club was newly or-
ganized this year to enable those stu'
dents interested in photography to dis'
play their talents. As a hobby it is
rapidly becoming more and more pope
ular because of its commercial possi-
Left to Right. jim Fields, Secret:iryfTreasnrerg Karen
lviatmn, Vicrlprrsidcntg Fred -lzlppc, President.
HE BAND, not resting on its laurels of previous
years, has just completed a highly successful year in
the Garfield Movie Studio. An inspiration to grid fans,
it gave moral support during thc tense moments at
foothall games, with original and snappy arrangements
of the traditional SOIIQ.
Although weird sounds occasionally emanatc from
room 316 the finished products were a grand treat.
Under the skillful guidance of xlohn C, Mzixey, this
group stimulated interest and enthusiasm in the per'
sonnel and spurred them on to great accomplishments,
Appearing in purple and white uniforms, the Band prof
vided "background music" for many hit productions
and played at the wellfloved pep assemhlies.
Rising to great heights in its performances, the
hand has gained prominence throughout the entire lot.
thai t'i' ri Mi.tz1iwt I,ois Tarhvr. Fmt Violins Nick l'orchnya, Rt ert isln ti in it as mtv it ivx ti i -.
tophersen, Delores listigoy. ,luv Macri. Surinxil Violins Irene Finn fliir nn or in on ir ii Vivimi ons ls i ini
Haynes. Haas XYilliam Alohnson. Flute ,lean XYellce. Chlriiietx PLL A n 1 i oxx 1 in om in N Triun ttx
lvloiris Capt-liito, Quincy jones, Troiiihoiit' Tom Peterson. S xop ants I nrle nor stir o tn i it cumin it Siniii
Harp Lloyd Lindroth, Plum: loan Cram. Esther Avznradill. Drums Phil gtukhou i.
1 ri ii tx li il in A ii it i it x r inii Brown, Alo Carter, lvlarvin Flalcs, Roherl XVestlwrg, Pete Staten.
Hindrik xi iviroit ii mstroni., ii ui regren, Paul Locke. Baixus Calvin Coolidge, Kenneth Doming
1 nu 'rump rs oiri pi o n iir ui., i J n rd, Quincy jones, Peter Touhv, Louis YVai'ner, George Stevens.
unix in i i tnir uni nrt 'i ls n Paul Staelaliouse, Saxophoviea Oscar Holden, Kfharlrs lvlarhis, Billie
1 -I nut t o 1 o x i om in Wvillsey. Br-Hi lvlary Louise Former. Fliilixi .lean XXX-llu'.
in in in in ' i on ion l'i l Iii: ll. Harp Lloyd Limlroth.
HE ORCHESTRA, although unusually small in
numher, has contrihuted much "hackground music"
to Garfield's lvlovie Studio. As practice is an important
factor in the skill of every musician, a daily period is set
aside for this purpose. Not only are pitch and timing
stressed, hut hlending and color are carefully added for
strength and heauty. This worthwhile organization,
under the expert direction of Parker E. Cook, offers
grand opportunities since every participant gains not
only great musical knowledge, hut also the experience
of playing with a group. A constant striving toward
greater skill is due to the fact that a friendly competition
is carried on amongst the memhers.
An eagerly anticipated event is the annual MidfWiiif
ter Concert, where selections of various types are pref
sented, ranging from the semifpopular to the classical.
Playing a colorful part in the activities of the studio.
the Orchestra has added its elliective touch to many hit
HE SELECTED CHURUS, under the guidance of Parker E. Cook, has played
an important role in Garfield's Movie Studio. It is a closefknit organization whose
members enjoy music and are able to interpret various selections by all types of com'
posers. Their adaptability in pleasing many audiences has gained for them recognition
throughout the entire lot, and their repertoire of songs was heard many times by an
appreciative studio personnel. Upholding the studio's tradition of having a Hne ehoral
group, they have provided "Sound Track" for many Garfield productions.
Front Row: Claire Fisher, Clay Caldwell, Sally Baldwin, joy Bolton, Mitzie Gerber, joan Grant, Faye Clark, Janie Frantz, Beverly Backer,
Seimnl Row' Nelda Erickson, Pauline Dunn, Cora Lee Crews, Anna ,lean Bussy, Harriet Dallum, Millicent Baker, Morrie Chernis, Salvo Behar.
Third 'Row hhlallaee Eng, Fred Davis, Fred Chin, Sheila Basehe, Joyce Farda, Tod hhakeheld, -lean Gunderson.
Fourth Row Alden Fischer, Royal Goldfarb, Larry Fisher. Alvin S. Elyn, Harby Drake, Beverly jones, Esther Avzaradel, Tom Christie.
Filth Rim" lke lfskenazi, john A. Fonda, Leo Foley, Dave Collins, Noel Brown, Al Fisher, Don Thoreson, Bill Luclrs.
Front Row' Nancy Jimenez, Helen Thompson, Julianne Miyazaki, Maida Ikeda, Helene Tsutsumoto, Emi Takenaga, Mary Noble, Carole
Madigan, Elaine Sadick. Betty Wolistone, Mollie Reich.
Second Row Loyee Hill, june Marie Head, ,lean Winter, Lorraine johnson, ,lim Heacl, Loris Levine, Fay Roe, ,loan Miller. Marilou Van
Cries, Lorelei lvlarcus.
Third Row Anita Katsman, Virginia Stark, Rita Nash, Mary Lou McClelland, Shirley Ann Thompson, john Robertson, Mary Hunt, june
Jacobsen, Gloria Oswald.
Fourth Row Marney Houck. Alfred Oppenlieiiner, Vincent Mitchell, Bruce lVebh, Nancy Peterson, Walter Schoenfeld, Ed Rasmussen, june
Firth Row Rosemary Pettingill, joan MacDonald, ,lack Latham, Marvin Honory, Grant Harris, Howard Shapiro, Wally Levin, Dick Riggs.
Sixth Row Charlie Taylor, ,lim Vlarshington, Harold Leirzke, Don jones, Leighton hhlood, Bob Ryrhard, Leroy Puro, Anthony Phelps.
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HE SENIOR PLAY, annual performances of which mark one of those
neverftofhefforgottcn parting gestures of the senior class, was presented
this year in the form of the delightful teen-age comedy "june Mad." For two
hours the First Nighters laughed and cried over the various antics of a love'
struck girl with a charming college man. When several curtain calls had heen
made, and the hright spotlights dimmed for the last time, a sigh of relief could
he heard hackfstage, while on the other side of the maroon curtain, the audi'
torium continued to ring with the enthusiastic applause of those severe critics,
The critics were impressed hy the way the stars of the comedy handled their
roles, hut the entire cast contrihuted to the success of the play.
MISS CAROLYN WESTPHALEN, Advmw
UPPER LEFT: "Gee, Dad."' UPPER RIGHT: L'And please change that outfit!"
BOTTOM: "Well, this is the situation . .
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ligiiiivhl stmlviits, sclvctml als ilw lxisis im' its wiirk, .1 W-Iwi"
miiviu rlllxliil. "Uq1i'fivld Mwviu Stmliuf' .i thumc sugf
gcsicil hy Mqiriul Miirtuii was cliwsrii .xml lwuih up
with thu iili-.i ul' ilhistrgiiiiig ilic iiiipurtniicu of Luihf
iiiciilitiifs iiivrmlvi-il iii mgikiiig Ugirficldk pmdiictiuiis
In prmliicv zu yvgirhimk wwrthy nf xi prwgrussivu studiu
lhiilci' ilif lv4iLli'i'ship mln Miss S.iuiii.iii, thc rXi'mw
.idvisrmr with pmspuctivc, loyalty. .ind ruialy wit, shi'
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grqitiludr fur thu viilimhlu .issismiicu shi' rciidcrcd
ll. Kucpiilg this iii mind. thu 1948 stuff aiiiiicd
ly .idvqiicul in ultimziiu wlwjcciivus. Ani
stuff' uiiitrd. To hcr wc wwe uiicx ircssqihlc WN ""'1WfWN
ANN IRUSIK M:XRNI'fY HUULK PAY U'l.UlIlQHl.IN
Iiwi.-1 I'imi1.w.lI1.filiif Lfifpx ljilifm Liixwiiit Tuiliwiiiimi
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HAXRUII1 Hit HN
HF ARROVJ is not coinpihxl in .i licw xxvulxs, .is
in.iny :irc lctl to hclicvti Editing is xvcll nntlur
xxuiy long hcforc thc studio pcrsonnul hugins to .intici
p.ttu its ycxirhook, Early in the fiill. thc st.iIi' tluvotus
many wccks to prcpztring dctgiilcd prt'liiningn'y plans
hcforc hcginning thc aicttiaul work of writing and
iisscrnhling thc hook.
Schcduling pictures in :iccordancc with tht- wcaitlicr
main. Qiccurxitcly identifying, lithchng, .ind mounting
pictnrcs, writing copy :ind kccping ai coinplctt' unto!
daitc record of :ill cxpcnditurcs, nrt' gill .i p.irt ot' thc
uvcryfthiy routint' in room 213, fifth pvriotl.
Along with grucsomc dciidliiius, rct.ikt's, thu shift'
ing of layouts and congloincriition ot' H.ish hulhs.
ruhhcr ccmcnt, :ind missing captions, wcnt miiny
mcmorgihlc timcs. Wimrkiiig dihgvntly throughout thc
cntirc yczir. tht- 1948 Arrow Stuff hats ciitluivoixml to
producc :in :iccuriitc rccord of tht' iictivitics iintl tht-
aichicvcmcnts for the yuan' 19474948 of ninth Star,
Ftxiturc Plaiycr, Hit Plgiyur. lixtini .intl St.intl'ln.
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N ANNUAL quickly licconics thc fonclcst rcniinclcr of onc's high
school clqtys, ii mczins through which fnturc gcncriitions may czttch
.i liiickwiircl glincc ot' llirticlcl High School ins it wats. .ind past gcncrzitions
Tlic aiw.ii'tls tli.1t lornici' Arrow Stalls liiivt- won lor thc Annual itll
ciiiplmsizc ilic surprising lqitcnt zilwility of thc stticlios pcrsonncl. Rcccivf
ing tlic N.ition.il Scholastic Prcss Associxitioifs AllfAmcricain Honor
Rating six tinics :incl Firstfilliiss Ranting four tirncs, thc stt1clio's ycairlwook
li.ts provccl itscll' it topfnotclicr tcn tiincs.
Evcry iiicmhcr of thc st.1tl' workcd long :intl iirclnously upon thc dcvclf
opnicnt of this yciir's thcmc. lt is our hopc that yon, thc rciidcrs, will
rcgiirtl this Arrow its thc SlllLllll'S hitfprocluction of 1948.
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MARY Lt HU Mcf Tl,liLLANll
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HE PEN, only one of two litcrary magazincs of its kind in Scattlc.
cclchratcd its tcnth :innivcrsary this year. Puhlishcd cntircly hy stu'
dcnts undcr thc lcadcrship of Miss Dixon, only thosc manuscripts most
truly rcprcscntativc of studcnt talcnt, school Iifc, thought, and activity
This puhlication. which is issucd twicc ycarly, affords an opportunity
for Garlicld writcrs to display thcir talcnts. The pocms. cssays. short
storics, and art work chosen, rcprcscnt hours of carcful work and study.
and arc judgcd on such points as sinccrity, originality, and unity,
A living tradition in Garficld's Mcivic Studio, thc Pcn has gaincd
popularity locally and nationally.
IVIISS IVIARY If'IiI'IIfI. ITIXIWN
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DAISY ISRAEL, Fall Liiipv lpilmiv
ISAU HUSHIXYARA, Fall liiikiiiim Maviagiw
SAI. INIIHAM, Fall Eilimr
I,i'lI In Right
DIANE KERSHAW. Spring Ilnllloi
JAKE ISRAEL, Spring Bii.si1nw.x Maviaqw.
FALL PEN STAFF
Finn! Ruiz' Katlwrinc Ivfcilalilvy, llarln-rinv Nrckas,
Tlmvlma Sampson. Nlaiiannr Johanson,
St-twill Rau' klakr I-iavl. Ulnr Maru' Linil, Diani'
Ixvlslzaxx, Iuarlmua I.rlI-'x'. Alum' Ilppx,
SPRINIC I,IfN SVIIAIJI7
Fmiil Run' Ilarlviua Iilslrr. ,Ionic Uvvl, I'at I'ia!l,
Sccmiil Rim' Harrivt Aloscplx, Phyllis Cranston. Nlaril
annr Hanson. janv! Utoshi,
Tliinl Run' Ihrggv Lou Hvrion. I'uiIwrt Kaxxahara.
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ia Wliiiw, Anita I3yIo'in.in,
si xii iz Ann I'rivdIaiitIei',
MAIU1Iil,l.A fll II.If
.IANE .loHNsoN U
Axxiatiiwit Featiut' Ld
Sports Editor and
HE MEMBERS of the Fall Messenger stall
never failed in their responsihility of giving
accurately a clear picture of studio life to their vast
numher of readers. The Messenger is an important
source of information, not only to the workers on the
lot, hut also to those on location who would other'
wise remain ignorant of the events and activities
heing carried out.
One of the most popular pages in the "Mess," as it
is fondly called, is the feature page. Here all the
humor and lighter side of studio life is descrihed,
In this section, many of the workers ohtain in various
ways puhlicity and thus have their names printed
frequently. Each week this puhlication honors one or
more of the workers hy printing a personal interview
concerning him. The memhers of the feature stall
aim to puhlicize everyone, not just the stars alone.
The eagerly awaited Messeiiger is distrihuted to
thc sixth period classes each Friday hy the staflf
members, The distrihutors often possess an air of
relief after having spent a husy week. meeting deadf
lines and facing the confusion which is the result of
last minute changes. But the staff memhers are proud
of the fact that they have played a part in the
printing of a nationally known paper.
I'i xii ai. Nroars bl xifis: Fvmzl Rott- Iivxrrlv jones, Ilielt Iioy-ev, Ilailwii Ihiigliivis.
svrmitl Run' NI:-lriorv Young. I'at Pratt. Ni-rnia Rooiivy,
Tliml Roux XYinston Millet, jack Seeley Aim wil i.: Virginia S4-itllr i'.
HE MESSENGER has always lwcen one of Car'
fields prizcd possessions, and rightly so, for it
has won numerous national and state literary honors.
Twelve AllfAmerican Honor Ratings, the George H.
Gallup Award, and the Wliitmznii College Press
Cluh Award are among the trophies found in the
"Mess" oilice, signifying a superior paper of which
all workers can he justly proud. Prohahly our live
Pacemaker Awards are the ones which we most
cherish, since only thirteen high schools in the
United States are so honored each year.
Although the Messenger helongs to and is put out
hy the students alonc. much of thc credit for its sue'
cess goes to Mr. Hazzard, whose splendid suggestions
and advice have won him the respect of the entire
stall.. His journalistic alaility has heen internationally
recognized, in that he has served this year as presif
dent of Quill and Scroll. an international literary
Aside from serving as a means of information for
the studio. the Messenger has also proved to he an
invaluahle aid in teaching the workers to lwecome
more dependahle and fulfill their responsihilitiesg for
all this acclaim could he made possihle only with the
workers cooperating with one another.
N1 ws lil rolci I K fi il lxt it X :lt
Seimxtl Rim- i 5 ii x
An M xx usa io. llaiol lixasi 1. llngli Ainsln, lvlaiilwtli lialtln i r i
f,arol Alohnson. Aim x 1 I n: Leii lzeg. .lane glolmsuil, Bu w i n t
liisisiss Si xii: Levi! to Rnglii Iloietliw Filed' Niws Rlii-oiailiu: Fran! Row' Dolores Estigoy, Carol lieaiv, Nancy Spallord. Miillii' Rr-ish.
inan, .Ii-nnie Rouse... l'i.iiiers Seliaeliei Seenmi Ron' Beverly Backer, Nina Foster, Raina lmliies, Rosalyn Koe. ,Ioan lvliller. Aixsixilis: john
Rolieliwii. Herb Stiiwer.
HE MEMBERS of the Spring Messenger took
over the duties and responsibilities left to them
MLml'2"1'1 liiflfvi by their predecessors and proved their capability of
publishing a newspaper. Several of the members who
4--M had served on the fall staff remained in the spring in
order to assist the newcomers over the hurdles. which
were bound to confront them at hrst,
Entering the newspaper field is never easy, and
the "cubs" found that their lessons must be learned
the hard way, by experience. Possessing an excellent
journalistic background after completing a prcrcf
quisite course, News l, and publishing a 'kcub paper,"
they were well qualified to enter the "Mess" oliice
and begin their work.
Tm WMA Realizing that all of the staff positions do not
require the same accomplishments and eharacterisf
EQHMISRWHFRWN tics, the various positions 'were chosen with care-ful
'EA1,QA,,,F,,A,'f,,1W A,L, ku, consideration. An editor is required to assume full
responsibility in addition to having a talent for writf
ing. In order to become a success an executive must
have the respect of all the stalf. Thus leadership
is an important characteristic. The reporter must
have more than the ability to write a story that is
clear. concise, and accurateg it must also appeal to
the many readers of the Messenger.
Shoals Saalrz Luft to Right Ron Rieklrs. .lim 4 l
Frxii iu, 51 wr' Fri
oil Ron' janis Jones, Sally An Srxri: Le!! to High
Fields, Nia-l Broun. Aiisi x ii 1: Ed Tavlor. liiislelhrook Carol Pxasei , Ad Nlaliagrr, flaiol ,li hn ii
Srcinnl Ron' Aloanni' Snydri, Gloria Frirdma
Carolyn Shirley. Aus: sri I : Nlarilvn XYagstat
HE SPRING MESSENGER again proved itself
to he "a paper with a purpose," for the staff
had written, within its carefully laidfout pages, the
stories which determined the sueeess of Garfields
activities. Such events as Olot Day. the Eunfest,
Purple and XVhite Day, and the studio eleetions,
might have heen rated as failures had the "Mess"
not given them the proper puhlicity.
The puhlishing of the paper in the spring is even a
harder joh than in the fall, for the amhitious staff
meinhers have the tendeney to let the numerous
spring activities interfere with their work on the
"Mess," The incomparahle "spring fever" must also
he considered as a hindranee.
Although puhlishing a paper entails mueh hard
work. there are numerous eompensations for the
journalist for having gained the opportunity of servf
ing on the studio paper, Life never heeomes monotof
nous around the ofiiee. for in a humorous and lively
atmosphere the reporters write their stories on varif
ous topies every day. lvfany reporters have the good
fortune of interviewing famous eelehrities, thus
rating a "hyfline." Ahove all, there is the supreme
satisfaction of seeing somthing one has written in
print, to he read and enjoyed hy the readers of the
A.v.ii.xtti1il Friilun' Eililm
fiom Sixrif: Luft Io Right
Nora XVhite, Florance Hur-
witz. Susan Policar. Aa
srs1'i1izs: Delores Carlo
1 law lhn ii
etts E -Gb.
SCREEII WRITERS' GUILD
Front Row. Daisy Israel, VicefPrcsident: Harold Frombach, Secretary: Dolores Carlo, President.
Second Row: Miss Dixon, Mr. Hazzard, Miss Sacman.
UILL AND SCROLL, an honorary literary organization, elects each year for its
membership, the writers who have proven themselves to be most outstanding in
the literary field throughout the year, A
The goal for membership is set by the staffs of the Arrow, the Messenger, and the
Pen, from which the candidates are chosen. This goal inspires them to achieve superior
writing abilities, thus enabling the publications to obtain nationfwide acclaim. The
advisors of the three publications present the names of the prospective candidates at a
meeting. If they fulfill the requirements of the society they are presented their pins and
membership cards at the Awards Assembly, thus becoming members of a vvorldfvvide
From Row: Nancy Dillon Daisy Israel, Anita Dykeman, Cay Caldwell, Connie Clein.
Second Row: Jennie Ronsso, Helen Argenti, Maribeth Balthaser, lsao Hoshiwara.
Third Row Harold Frombach, Delores Carlo, Herb Stusser, Bob Wlenlcert.
Ahxentfex David Eng, Mariel Murton.
THE " " PICTURE
MRS, MOORE LAWRENIIE BATES JEAN GUNDIZRSON YASUKO KINUSIIITA V.-XllI.INl
.'Xili'i.wv lnwni-'nt X ii't"I'n'ii.lt'ii! Nrnliivx Ti-.mo v
HE HONOR SOCIETY inclndcs in its inuinhcrslnp thosc stuulcnts who h.ivv
:icliiuvcd snpcrioi' scholarship. and who lianvc givcn thcir tiinc :ind uilort in
purforining scrviccs for the studio. Easily rccognizcnl hy thcir purplc :ind whitc
oncfhgir. twofhqir. oi' goldfscgil pins. thuy scrvc :ns Qin inspiration toward hcttci'
lfligihility in thc socicty lo hzisctl upon thu point systclng .in "A" graidc counting
four points: an "B"g1-ntlu. thrcc pointsg ga "C" gmdc. two pointsg Lind ll "D" grinds.
onc point. In orulcr to qualify for mcinhcrship. czicli studcnt must Imvc c.n'm'tl
twcntyffour points during his rirst two scincstursg fifty points during his first four
scrncstcrsp and scvcntyfcight points. during his first six scmcstcrs. Upon graduation
thosc mcinhcrs who have :it lcxist onc hundrcd fight points arc pcrinittud to kccp
thcir goldfsczil pins. symholizing supreme scholastic Qihilityl
Front Kon' R.ign.i lfolnvs, Silxizi Hours. llosnlvn livislwig. M..ix .linir Fiizimriick. Ninn F-zstvi. Klonnlr Kflvin.
Siinrnl Knit lllzinv f.liiisiopli'isoi1. Hiiltiurii li.n,ig,n. lvlillntni lhlwi. l.n.illv lk-lioiissi. .'Xnil.n lTvln'in.in
llivliwlvs lfsiigov. lVl.niIu'lh ll.lllll.Isii. N.inu Dillon.
Thinl Kim l7.unl ling. Uoloivs liioxxn. Hilwn .-Xiginli. Oiloii-s lliiln. l"iivil.u llognnli. li.-iiinw' Bonn. Mui
Foiotli Rini Novl liioxxn, Il,nh.n,i VI.i.'k. f.,n'lxn llliiglvivi-. l'h'h'n ,"xn.iin.i. ,Io-.ph fliinlioitl. IMH Iymoiiy
Frmu lime' Hurnlucu Hurwitz, Ann Hnxllumlrx. Km
lvicfiulllvy, Buxham Nladmux. Ynsuku Knnmhlm. li-'lu
Alhnd-'!l, Ilnsv Ismcl.
Summl Run' Dmuthy Fm-Jlmmn, Kulw K.eml.l. Alun'
Lzlrscn, Hzxrvlrr Alusm-ph. Ydrku I5h1n1ulw. ,lun-' Ixhldn.
Thml Run' Mlurx' Lum l.XnIhcv. llnun- Kur1mx:nk.u, lun
Uuxmdrrmn, lfrwuxxnw Lutzkzuy ,Iran I.1llwr. ffwuuu llmu
Fumth Row Ifluxm' Krllvl, Ihl! l.mkx. ,Luk lhumwh KM
lk--J... Nxfk Malrlxrl, Hnvwnrmi KL-llugg
Fwnr Rau' ,Lmxr Utmhl, Riflnml Ymmg. Nmnm Rmuwx.
I'.n1lmr Yu-. flnthvrlm' N1-.'L.ns. M4:ll11' Rush, ,llmxuxr
Slmydviy Lulu .XX'4mg.
Scimnl Ruu' Nulvuu Yuhml. KvlxwTvlm1wtu, Sumlx
Pfulnrur, Kuzxxku Tnkdlunslxl. M.cr1.ulx' Ymxng, 151111.-1,4
Przur. Lmf T.uIwr.
Thml Rum' Hdrrx' Phllllpf. Ummm M4vl1r14'. Ruin-lr
XYcl1kfrt. Lmnru Niurtvnsun. Thrlrwl Surmuu. lirttv ,IA-.nu
Fuurth Rwu Nm-l Phvlzm, .luck Sm-I4-v. Hvlrn llwulm.
Phylln XN'h1u-, Vlruinm Svnll--x, lvfznwl Nimwn.
Fxilh Run' juhluly liulwxlmxu, Dun Tluurwn, P1-rr
Wlmmrv. Hull W1-lfr. Hrrlw Stlmvx. IM- Pun.,
Fvmxr Run Hrlvn Alum. ffxulk-1 A1n.uIv-'. Alxu- ling,
Flturxuw Bvhal. Ninrxzm Allmlvtf, Vxcky Addr!-1, Nhrmu
Swann! Run' Ihr Cimnpunm, I5:ulw.n.n Flxlwl. I3--wily fluf-
puz, Gxwn flxmwrx, ,lu Ann Ilwgry. P51-xr-l'Iy llxurk-I.
Thml Run' Hzu'lmr.u limxtlmzulrr. Nllrgznlvt H.nhlm'n.
Ruth Ann Cllmcslxlrr. ,lunar Dv.-r. C111-vlc flulwn, Muh-
l3nmx.m, Alu Fxnluywlx.
Fmurh Rrru' XYAIIU Black. Hmmld fI.xJv, Hunk Ifki'
mund, Km Hxp Eng, Alam Uulmm, C41 Ihfklmuxx.
Fmnt Run' lr-'nr Kikuchi. M.x11znl1 llmlw, Iignlmm L-ml.
Flwruxwrv L4Tnrn-, Rmnllml Km. Hrnrv Kxlrxx.umlm
Scgfzul Rum' M.1x'1:n N.u':m1-x, lin--'Lv Hqswxm, Iflulxxm
Lutrn, Mary' Lynn, Klhxvv Kmzukubv. Mzurxlvn Hvmvu,
Frzmcm Mguxlm' llumw.
Thwd Kun' Dunnu juhmlm, fllmllrm Kun-, Sunil
Hlnfkcl, Nlzlrmy Huurk, Hull-U Knbzwufhi. Rub-'rr KJ'
wzxham. Akl Idvtn
Fourth Run' Kluqggc I,lx11lu'rk. Phil Hfn.'mw. Ciultlax Kal'
rwxx. Ahxn Uuldf.url'w, Pcggy Luu Hrx'r4vn. Cflmrk 11114.11-
fnn, David Lrlnlwlw.
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N,1111x Niclh-3 lflfw U1.1k.1w.1. ,l11l11111111' NIry11za1k1.
511111111 R011 B1-11 XX111111. N411 XV11lp111, Album l'1'J1'1fc11.
H1'I1-11 INI111. 1311111 M-1111X-111. T.1L.11' T.11111111,
'Thml KH11' lid M.1l1111:11. S11:.111111' Rl111d1-5, V11141111.1
li11m11. l.11xxvll Yu, ,l11.11111v 'l'1.111rl, H1111-'11 M.11k.
lf11111tl1 Km' K1'11111'1l1 P-11'1f1111, l'v1v1 T11-1111. Muntv
inwknl, L .111 KXHIK1. R11l.111J 5111111111
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'Thml Ii-1.11 K.11-Hung Izmg. H11111 Kfl111111. K.11I1I1'111 l'l1lrv.
1.11111-1 f.1111111. 1111.111-11' HJM1. ,l11I1.1 hw.
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lL'11lMl1. 111111111 H-N1'l111.111. M.11v l.1111 H1'1m11, 171-111l1'r
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l,11k1', Nllxukl H.1wg.1xx11. T11w1k11 K1t.1y.1111.1, Hurry' Knduf
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K1111111iskx. H.111.1k11 N1xl11111111.1. M.1x' N.1111l1.1.
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M1111:11', V111.11111.1 H1111. .Inns Cl.1lI11l111.
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11-IN1111. Ifwlx-11 Kvrzlurl. 111.111 Kr.1L11uLv. K:1zl1v:1 lcfw
H1151 R1-11' 131:11 MuK111gl1r. Hams' M.1l1 llcr. 1111111
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Ug.11.1. R.1lpl1 X 4111111111-,
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111l1. l511I111u Tl11111111f. M.11v L1111 Rllchrv, M.1x1111' Suftky.
Nl.11A1lv11 N1-um111l1. S-111x'.1 Shupv. M.1x1111- R1vh11111,
Tl111.l R1111' R11ul1uHr W111111. A1111 XX':1ll111. A1111 V111
A1wl11, ,l11h.111111l1.1 Wclux. B1111,11J I'11l111. N.1111'y
W,1lL1'1. QI- 1111- S11111l1, Iv1.11k P1'l1.1.
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IH-lI1.1111, 1,11 Hulwlu. Al XK.11v1111.111, C1!11111111 R.1g5J.1lr,
,ll . K1'11j1 Y11sl1111.1L.1, UNL XYI1l!I1m
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fi111111'1, H11xx.111l Z111i111,111, Bull Slum, 51.111111 Src11l11'rg,
HE FALL Roll Ollieers are elected hy their first period elrrsblnartes at the heginning
ol' the semester to keep the staff in eontrret with the :retivities that are heing earried
on in the studio. They are required to attend the meetings whieli are errlled for the
purpose of aequrrinting them with the knowledge necessary to supervise Arrow, Pen,
and stamp sales, These loerrtion hosses are the link hetween the heard olliee and the
workers on loerrtiong thus the responsihility for the interest Created in these rretivities
rests upon their eompetent shoulders.
Finn! Rule Lee Priee. Bette Behar.
Luis Tarhet, ,lo Anne Tangen, Rachel
Angel, Evelyn Freed, ,loyee Balienelx.
lflizaheth Noreore, Florence Warner.
Anita Dylfenran, Nlarianne johrrnson.
errmrl Rule .lean Ivlatson. Frances
Angel, Henry Krrniasalna, Ragna Folf
nr-4, Becky Hawrin, Sally Baldwin,
Etlirlr Chinn. .loan lvliller. Beverly
Baelrer, Beverly Rogers.
Thml Role Stanley Hrrlilieltl, Norf
wood Elven, Toni flliirxeood, Leon
Sehlosshere, Louise Collins, Dorotliv
Friedman, Gloria Uriednian, jack
Seeley, Barlwara Flack, Herh Stusser.
Frmrntli Rore .laelx Peterson, john
Hall, Lee Levy, Helen Argenti, Hill
Riley, Toniinv Romano, Hrrrolrl
Fronihaeh, Alolin Rohertson.
Filth Run' Aaron Vederoll. ,laele
Crolliet, Alan Davenport, Lonipe
Coniplita, lion Norman, Carl Lar'
bon, Paul Helahy, Sal Inrihani, Ken'
Sixth Rau" .laek Fleteher. l"loward
Kellozlblf ,laek Srreer, George XVortliy,
Trd lones, Rolfe Beelrer, Don XVII'
George Liinheek, Don Bowles,
Frunt Row Ruth Karnofslry, Bar'
reel, Nlarv Ann Hollzriid.
ary .lane Ba rllrolni e y, Donna
Nohle, Hairy Kadoshrnia, .loan
Young, ejnnre Levy. Pauline Yee.
Ltsulco lelrileawa, Vielci Levy.
S mil Run' ,lim Drrnstan, Karen
lvlattson, ,lane Krrlaetli, Dann Elaine
Trernhley. Bernard l'erlin, Violet
Chinn, ,laniee Birlrett, Loretta Same,
Third Ron' Rod Howard, Richard
Peinhrolse, Phil Austin, Vetor Cape'
loto, Ivlariherh Baltliaser, .lean Grind'
ersnn, Carol johnson, Aloan lvlieliie,
Frirrftli Ron' Del elarnhs, Fred jappe.
Paul Elineer, Susan Hinrlrel, llertdre
Aueribtrne, Dororlry Hillier. Virginia
Seidler, ,loyee Siegel, Sally lfastel'
ll Run' Rolfe Beeleer, Nolxrro
Yutanr, Boli l,:riig,her'y.:. George Sloan,
Jerome Hawley. Beverly loner, Lef
nore Herr, Lloyd Lindrotli,
Yixtli Run' Nielv l'.rlrerson. ,lim
Lehde. Cal Dir-lronson, Bill Riel-iv,
Front Knit' Gloria Friedman, flux"
tra Lee Brooks, Mary' Naniha, Fusrre
Ivfasnnioto, Ivlarlelyn Volotin, Marx'
ian Alhadelli. Betty Allradefl, ,loanne
Snyder, Violet Chinn.
feemirl Run' Hing Chinn, Eleanor
Nliehre, Ruth XValanahe, Evelyn
Ketzlaeh, Marv Lori La Bree. Mar'
ua Bell, Ann host, Eddie Fisher.
'flirnl Row liigrl ffarlason, Pat
Daley. Belle Trayei. .losephine Car'
ter, Imogene Seordzrn. Linnea Nlorf
r'lni.r Torlrl, Boli Hee'
Forrftlr Ron' Ken Ilorning, Herherl
Mzrrk, Lnev Salcis, Larry Fislier.
Helen Rossirig, linen Goorlxxin,
Filth Rule -lolin Craven. lviariel
Nlrrrtoii, lid Riley, Haney Loe.
eorge Nornrna. Pat Fair, Alean
Dodds, Harriet Dallnin, lflaine
.Sixth Rule Le roy Puro, Toni
Vi eene. Run Selilowtein. ,lollnne
XX ener, Harrv Bold, XVniified Tay'
HE ROLL OFFICERS, composcd of a prcsidcnt, a sccrctary, and a lwankcr, conduct
the studio's business on location. Asidc from taking cars of tlic various salcs, tlicy
supcrcrvisc collcctions for tlic March of Dimcs and for tlic Rod Cross. Every Tucsday
morning ,tlic lwankcrs pcrform tlicir duty of kccping an accuratc rccord of tlic moncy
dcpositcd lay studio workcrs in tlmcir savings accounts. Through tlic work of tlicsc
location lwosscs, thc stall mcmlwcrs arc madc to foul that tlicy arc taking an activc part
in tlic transactions of Garficld's studios.
ROLL PRESIDENTS i,.i . ,,
no ..,i. ,
Frou! Row ,lo Annu Tallrnan, lvlarl-
lyn Dillon, Louiar Collins, liarlwara
lvladison, Dawn lflarnv Trvrnlwlvy, pg.,
Lois Tallwi. Annu' Angcl, Row V
lvlarir YYarr1i'r, Lorrir' Wlood, Aloannr
Kfliriatir, Dxanv Dixon.
Srroml Row Slxuldon Lorlw. Lron
Sclmlofslwcig. Rurliflillrn Sullivan,
Film! fillinn, Lola lYim.1vtt, Dorothy
Hillirr. Samlra Applcgaith, Harris:
Dallum, Carolyn Hr-gfrrom, Ruth
Third Row Kai Hip ling, l.coFolvy.
Lu' Rolwrr, Audrry Phrlan, Hvlvn
Hlomgrvn, Tim flardnvr, Karl lvar-
sscn, Bolv lvfcFaddvn.
Fnuvlli Ron' Harwv Loc, Norwood
lilavn, Harold Froml-arli, Dick ,lllSl'
liam, Aaron Vcdm-roll. ,lim Fir-ldf,
Sands' Swan.-v, Don Tlion-son.
Fijrlx Run' Bill XYoll'i-, Dan Ki-Ilff
llrr, Hola Ryclmard, fflnlclr Gustafson,
Tony Phi-lps, lvfaitin Srrohcckrr.
Fvonl Ron' Lorric XX'ood, Karlc Lu'
Dotaon, Nlay Namlva, Lillv Endo, E
Faye fllark, Yasolxo Kinoshira, V
Paulinc Yi-r. ,
Srcuml Row flurry lilalo-slw, Milly'
jane Barrholmcy, Marilyn Hall, '
Ioyrv Nlnrray, Yai-lco lslriinirsu, jjj
Sharon Vfolfr, Palllvm' liulcs, Do' Lv.
lorry Thomas. W
5Tl'llYll Ron' Karrn lvfattson, lvlorulu' X
Efkcnazi, Sam li-'www-rxisrv, Hclvn
Rossingg. ,lran firilmlvrwir. Tod Vvakvf
Foiollr Ron' flail l'anlai'n, Roll
Lavz, ,lark Nystrom, Dan fiilwson,
Alun Elyn, Lila Iballum.
Front Ron' Norma Roonvy, Virginia
Uzivl, Mary Aralcawa, Betty Unishi.
Vicky Adamo, Daisy leracl, Ragna
Folnm, ,lanicv llirlncrr, Sally Lyman
Sucund Ron' Rolwrt Mar, lvlarcia
Pa-Il, Hclvnc Kosscn, Bzlrlwara Lcflvy.
Patricia Pratt, Nancy Si-irlcy, Gloria
Osxxald, Diana Scliarlion,
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llvth llaltlrasvr, Shxrlrv Smllll, Tom
fllirisiiv. ,lulia Filv, Hvlun lviiilvvy.
Fonrili Rifu' Frciliirk Romanoll.
Kcnnvth Maison, Larrv Fishcr, Kai
Hip Eng, Hazel Quartcrmainv, Par
Fair, Richard Prnmlwrolo-, Xlanilrud
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HE SPORTS SECTION of the Arrow contains a series of reels
that bring forth cheers of enthusiasm from the Garfield student
body. Although the studio gives first consideration to the aca-
demic pictures. clean. competitive sports follow as a second
feature. Throughout the season the Pups spiraled to a thrilling
crisis, reached when our basketball team became city champions.
It was again evidenced when the Garfield Bulldogs took fourth
place in the state tournament.
The habits of teamwork and sportsmanship that are being
developed in Garfield's Movie Studio result from the fact that all
the players pull together to gain a victory.
HE 1947 Basehall season was far more successful than in past seasons. A total of six
. wins and six losses found Gariield tied with Ballard and Franklin for fourth place.
Outstanding games of the season were the two wins over Ballard. The Hrst game
continued for eleven innings and was elimaxed with a douhle hy Les Snapp followed
lwy a sizzling line drive by Don Nystrom, Other exciting games were the hearthreakers
lost to West Seattle and Lineoln.
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LINCOLN . . io 2 zo
L ROOSEVELT . . s 4 I6
' ' f' CLEVELAND . . 7 S I4
GARFIELD . , 6 6 iz
BALLARD . . 6 6 iz
FRANKLIN . , . . 6 6 iz
WEST SEATTLE . 3 9 6
QUEEN ANNE . z 10
COACH DZURICK J. R. SAVAGE
DON JONES oouc BARNETT novo OGDEN DON NYSTROM
ECOND TEAM AllfCity honors went to Don Jones for his fine pitching record,
and to Boh Carlson for his excellent play behind the plate and with the hat. These
skills, incidentally, netted him a season's hatting average of .316. bl. R. Savage and Art
Lustig also figured high in hatting, with averages of .344 and 516, respectively.
Seven Lettermen will return to action next season to restore Garfield to the top
of the league.
GARFIELD QUEEN ANNE 3
GARFIELD WEST SEATTLE 4
GARFIELD CLEVELAND I6
GARFIELD ROOSEVELT 2
GARFIELD LINCOLN 3
GARFIELD BALLARD 6
GARFIELD QUEEN ANNE l
GARFIELD WEST SEATTLE 9
GARFIELD LINCOLN 3
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FAU L MILLER
17111111 Row. Ylflrrcn Pearl, Bulwly Kndama, Howard Kmgmjlurxvmuid Elwcn, Dave Tripp,
Ted Hnlclt, Gmc Silverton. Am
Sucmld Raw: Nvilly Kawata, Drlng Barnett, Fnmin Sw SalnAAngcl, Alvin lluldfarlw,
Tom Chitwood, jim Prine. ,
Tllini Row' Harry Mzlh GCC, Harold Richarrlsnn. 'l lrymts. Bill ahnrin, Hlainl'
Human. Clznxdr Davis, Chad Nvirth, Turn Carnal Wiingrg, J
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HE 1947 Golf tcaim roundcd out thc scuson in third plaicc.
The Bulldogs lost two matches, one to Bullard, 1316 to
1016 :ind thc othcr to Rooscvclt who pullcd :ln upsct, 1216
ln the AllfOity match Gcorgc Kinncy, .lohn Riley, and Call
Coolidge placed, third, fourth, and fifth, rcspcctivcly. Only two
lcttcrmun will return ncxt season, hut Mr. Bcnnctt, new golf
fihlfh, l1llS nllllly linc pI'OSPCCtS lld VlCVw' ZIFHOIIQ LlI1LlCI' ClilSSl'HCI1.
Wlvn Lost Pts. Wim Lost Pts.
BALLARD . . . 7 U 14 QUEEN ANNE . . 3 4 6
ROOSEVELT . . 6 I 12 FRANKLIN . . , 2 5' 4
GARFIELD. . . 7 2 10 WESTSEATTLE . l 6 Z
LINCOLN , . . 4 3 8 CLEVELAND . . U 7 0
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BILL LYCETTE DERRY WOHLWEND ART KINNEY LARRY SHERIFF
T THE end of the 1947 Track Season Garfield rated as
third in the City League. Although the Bulldogs had
shown fine material early in the season, the Roosevelt Rough'
riders acquired the crown, and the Queen Anne Grizzlies
edged out the Pups for seeondfplaee honors. The Eastsiders
won all their track meets except one, during the season, that
with Roosevelt, the score being 57 to 47.
The sophomore team, which placed fourth. has many
potential stars returning to the Cinder paths next year.
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GARFIELI7 , , . 14 will
BALLARD , , . , I4 if:
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L1Nc:oLN . . . 71fi
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Russ LESLIE ' HUGH AINSLIE
OY OWENS BILL TUCKER JACK HAYES
HE 1947 Rclay Carnival was won hy Garfield. at which
a new rccord was set hy threc Pups, Lincoln's hroad
jump relay mark in 1942 of 61 fcet, llfz inches was hrokcn
hy the trio, Don Bartholomey, Danny Buford, and Boh
Buford, who set the new rccord at 63 feet, 8 inchcs.
Karl Andersen reccivcd thc lnspirational Award for his
hard, consistcnt practice and allfout effort that arc so essential
to a successful team.
IIARFIELIJ ........ F7
ROOSEVELT. , . ZR
QUEEN ANNE . . I3
FRANKLIN , .
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WEST SEATTLE . . 414
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SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL
Fnmt Row Fung Chinn, Ken Durning. Phil Brown
Scfond Ruw' Ed Mzahurin, Rugcr Jucksun, jim Pcurf
sun, Peter Ycv.
SPRING SPORTS MANAGERS
Front Row Head Manager, Baseball, Ray Trcigrr.
Mika' lvfincs, Ron Tart, Vv'zxlly Levin, David Lcmhku.
Second Row: Head Mzxnagcr, Truck, Rolfe Becker,
Ernest Tanner, Tod NVakc6eld, Dun Thurcson. .lnhn
Crznvrn, NVin5mn Millct,
LEFT! Up and Over.
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HE END of the tcnpis Geusoiijsiyid
Garfield in fourth place. The top mfitch
of the year was fl hezited round"of play,
with the Teds of Roosevelt zlppezlfihg the
victors to the score of 5 to 4. The Bulldogs
scored four decisive wins, highflighted by
Captain John Huhhz1rd's fine play. Since
five lettermen will return next year, the
coming prospects seem encouraging.
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ln their scason's opener the Garfield
Bulldogs held the strongly favored
Ballard Beavers to a single tally. Our
tenacious forward wall was the mainf
stay in holding the speedy Beaver hacks
to all hut the one twentyfonefyard
touchdown pass. Buford's outstanding
groundfgaining ahilities proved suc-
cessful, as he averaged 4,2 yards for
each of ten linefsmashes. Browns
three longfdistanee punts. deep into
the opponents territory. kept the
scatfhacks, Feagan and lvfullavey from
virtually capturing the game.
HEN the 1947 Foothall Season was concluded Garfield was in
fifth place. The Bulldogs' only two victories were the Cleveland
and Franklin games. with a tie with Roosevelt. Although the season
was not successful as far as actual wins were concerned. it cannot he
said that the team lacked enthusiasm.
Boh Butschke, who relied upon actions rather than the words to
spur his team on to victory, was awarded the Chuck Carroll Inspiraf
tional Award. Bill Tucker, sparkplug quarterhack, was elected captain
of the team. Derry Wcililwend won the coveted position of center on
the All'City eleven. The hlocking award was presented to .lack
Fletcher, tackle, who also placed on the second AllfCity Team. as did
Danny Buford. halfhack. and Paul Fuxon, tackle. Although just these
few won special awards. the entire squad displayed splendid teamwork
and undying spirit. Five lettcrmen will return for action next season.
along with a great many promising second and third team lettcrmen.
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Battling through heavy rain and mud,
the Bulldogs easily outplayed the Roosef
velt Roughriders, hut weren't ahle to
score a single touchdown. Early in the
game Noel Brown intercepted a lateral
and ran 80 yards to the goal line, only
to have the play called haek hecause of
a penalty. Great strength was exhibited
hy the Pups when they held the Teds to
just 58 yards and only two first downs.
LINCOLN 12 GARFIELDK1
ln their first night game of the season
Coach Lindquisfs Garfield Bulldogs hat'
tled the Lincoln Lynx to a scoreless dead'
lock during the first half. However. on
the kickoff in the second half, the hoys
from out Vxfallingford way scored a
touchdown. Then then proceeded to
score another tally on a drive from the
Pups 4Ofyard stripe. The Eastsiders' rally
during the last few minutes was halted
hy the gun ending the game.
NOEL BROWN ff.-XRL LARSON DON BROWN
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CLEVELAND rlf GARFIELD 25
Garficld rackcd up four touchdowns
against Clcvcland to walk off thc Hcld
with a twcntyffivc to nothing triumph
and its initial scorc of thc scason. Boh
Cook crosscd thc goalflinc for thc first
countcr during thc first quartcr, with
iloncs, Buford. and Kcllogg all scoring
in thc final pcriod, Thc Pup forward wall
played with such undying spirit and
cncrgy that thc Eaglcs almost suhmittcd
to two othcr touchdowns.
QUEEN ANNE 6 GARFIELD O
Thc Bulldogs made a valiant stand
against thc Grizzlics of Quccn Annc,
holding thcm to only onc touchdown
out of a possihlc four. Thc Kuays wcrc
down in Pup tcrritory most of thc gamc.
Thcy ran thc hall to thc cightfyard, four'
yard. and thrccfinch lincs, only to run
against a dctcrlnincd Gariicld tcamg onc
that always comcs through in a critical
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WEST SEATTLE 12 GARFIELD 7
Garfield got off to a good start against
Vv'est Seattle with a touchdown in the
very first few minutes. when wlaek
Fletcher recovered a fumhle on the Inf
dian's own thirteenfyard line, Then
Derry Vxfohlwends conversion try was
sueeessful putting the Pups ahead, 7 to 0,
The Bulldogs held this lead until the
fourth quarter, when the Indians eounf
tered after a Bulldog fumhle, and a sixty'
eightfyard run hy Bruce Lyons.
FRANKLIN o -s GARFIELD ll
To put a finis to the 1947 foothall
season Garfield trouneed the Green Wzive
of Franklin Z1 to O. Immediately after
the lciekfoff the Bulldogs hegan to roll,
Buford going sixty yards on the very
second play, paving the way for a touehf
down. A tally was scored in eaeh of the
next two quarters with a touehhaek in
the fourth, when on an intended toss the
passer was nailed in the end zone.
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ARFIELD, City Baskethall Champions of 1948! After sixteen years the
Bulldog Basketball Team finally recaptured the championship trophy
to grace the halls of Garfield. The Pups went through the season with a
grand total of eleven wins and only two losses. The two defeats were in
the second round of play, Lincoln slipping hy with a one point margin of 40
to 39, and Queen Anne overwhelmingly winning the last game of the season,
53 to 39. The most thrilling match of the year was that with the Ballard
Beavers in their own "crackerhox" gym, The Eastsiders came from behind
during the last second of play to tie the score, and then in overtime, prof
ceeded to win hy a score of 42 to 38. Prospects for next year look hright,
with four such players forming the nucleus of a 1949 championship team.
1948 BASKETBALL STANDINGS
IV. L. Pit. For AQ.
KIARFIELIH . . III I .833 TNI 395
BALLARD , U 1 .TW itll 461
LINCOLN . . . K 4 .M7 wi 4111
FRANKLIN . . . fu Ii ,ion 424 496
QUEEN ANNE . . fi fi .irlir 4711 472
CLEVELAND . Y 7 .917 431 451
ROOSEVELT . . Z IH .167 423 9414
WEST SEATTLE . 2 111 .167 375 431
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ARFIELD. fourth plaee state haskethall champions! After having won
the eity championship. the Bulldogs proeeeded to the state tournament.
where fifteen other distriet champions were planning to walk orl with the
state title, The first game with Lynden was the hest example of the Pups'
skill. for they eame from far Iwehind to win hy two points. 29 to 27. The
seeond game. won hy Mt, Baker with a seore of 33 to 31. terminated Garf
fields ehanees for rirst place honors, hut seemingly undiseouraged. the Pups
went on to win the next two games for fourth plaee,
The two star guards. Mike Meflutehen and Noel Brown. placed on the
Iirst Allfflity team, Don -lones. forward. won a second team herth. and Ray
Soo. Ray lvloseatel. and Howard Kellogg received honorable mention. As the
results of the state tournament. Howard Kellogg won second team honors.
and Mike lvleflutehen and Ray lvloseatel reeeived honorahle mention,
1948 BASKETBALL SCORES
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T GARFIELD this year. the Yell Team performed an exeellent pieee of work in
helping to rehuild morale. This was eulminated hy a ehampionship haskethall team.
A new organization ealled the Pep Cluh was estahlished to strengthen the support ot'
the Yell Team. This group, dressed in white, formed an impressive and enthusiastie
rooting seetion at all the games. Considerahle praise earne from the outside, eommend'
ing the line exhihition of Pupfsupporters during the state tournament. Mueh ol this
eredit was due to Yell King Eddy Fisher and his squad of Bruee Wttlwli, klaek Street,
Karl lvarsson, and Don Bowles.
Team morale is an important issue to the managers. They realize that elean uniforms
and oeeasional words ol eneouragement are very helpful to the hoys that are out lighting
lor their alma mater, Mtmiite Stoeker and Derry Vwkwhlwend, foothall and haskethall
managers, respeetively, with their eompetent staffs, have worked hard to keep their
teams well equipped, Foothall managers prohahly have the most arduous tasks sinee a
loothall player wears so mueh equipment, and weather eonditions during the season
neeessitate a eonstant elean supply, The managers are indispensahle. They, as well as
the team, were out every night, and ean always he eounted upon when needed,
Iiiifnt Kon Head Managei, Fiitiiluill. Munn Sioekei, Hill Qltllei-in, Patil lfllmtgei, .mtl Kllniek liliotli.
Sttmnl Kon' Head lvlanagel, llasketlnill. l7eiiy Xxiiililxxend, Holi Hoyt, lid lvlzilnnin, liola Xvrnlwit, .intl kxlinsliin lwlillit
LUTHER MCURE FRANK FIDDLER
Dzvvrrm ul 'Tumbling Director oj lnlmniimil Sports
NDER the direction of Mr. Fiddler and Mr. lvlore, intramural
sports are continually gaining popularity at Garfield. Since only a
small percentage of high school athletes make the grade for interfschool
competition, this program encourages tournaments and leagues so that
boys may become better athletes and more physically Ht. Since medals
and cups are awarded the winners of the various sports, the boys are
given something for which to strive. For the future, plans are being
made to include Baseball, Tennis, and Golf in this group of sports.
Compiling a total of one hundred miles
in the shortest possible time is the goal of
these fleetffooted boys. Three or four miles
after school each day is the usual routine,
but to the observer, the thought of such a
workfout is exhausting. This program has
brought to light many potential longfdisf
tance winners that will bring glory to their
alma mater. Top honors were taken by Pat
O'Loughlen who ran the total goal in ten
First Rau' Ken Dorning, Jim Fields, Harry Phillips, Art
Klein, Bob Stone, Phil Brown.
Sccoml Row: Pat U'Loughlen, Alston Fairservice, Dick
Safley, Martini Strohecker, Ronald Baronsren, fiarl Hamilton,
Gerald Hatcher, Bob Rychard.
Basketball has appeared as one of the
most popular of intramural sports. The
intramural program has been a great asset
not only to the participants but also to Gar'
field since their improved game has helped
Garfield to become tops in Basketball. Major
and minor leagues were organized and as a
result of the competition, Miller's team ap'
peared the champion.
Fvonl Row Alex Birulin, Bob Corbin and Leo Foley.
Stroud Row' Ilan Boone, lvfarlin Slroliecker, Carl Paulsen,
Paul lvliller, Bula Rychard.
Spectacular midfair flips and somersaults
are the specialty of this group of lads. Pref
senting their hreathftaking talents hefore
the Funfest and various other functions has
required eonsiderahle practice and skill.
Three cheers for these hoys who regularly
attend eight o'eloek classes and saeriiieed
Prim! Ron' Stan l..usen. -loc Walliains, Nolwun Yutani. flail
Sermnl Rua' Miki' lloiinan. Daw Skinnei, XYlilIrv Raw
inussen, -lohn Rolu-iisoii. I-an Hosliixxaia.
For those fellows that are interested in
improving their running talents, a erossf
country course has heen set up for races,
From school, the trail travels east to Lake
Vxfashington, threefquarters of a mile, south
on the houlevard, and then up a steep climh
hack to Garfield. This rugged upfandfdovvn
sprint is three and sixftenths miles long. ln
the race which took place in Fehruary, Al
Fisher, ironflunged junior, took first place
honors with a time of tvventyfthree minutes.
Fvnvxi Run' Ken l'iiin. All Klein, Henry lvlefiov.
Second Ron- Chuck Fair. Lonnie Sliields. Pat Uluuglxlen,
Touch foothall has heeome very popular
among the intramural gridders at Garfield.
Although the game is simple to play, quick
thinking and speedy running are required
on the part of each player. Six teams partieif
pated in the league of which Ohtani's team.
without a single loss, appeared the victors.
Fin! Row Tommy Oroshi, liohlw Kodama. Miiiiv Yoshino,
Thomas Uhtani, lsiio Hoshixxaxu, Ken Yoshinaka.
Seemid Ron' Brvhhv Kawahara, Kivo Yoshinaka, Richard
Tsuil. lvlas Tanemura. Henry Shihuva, Shuirhi Hayashi.
George Usax-, a,
Enthusiasts of this seemingly simple sport
give much time and attention to perfecting
their "serves and hackfhand swings," ln
fact. entire lunch periods are often spent
in 203, the Ping Pong room. Tournaments
are held, giving scores of hoys an opportunf
ity to participate, Recognition is given the
hetter players. and the thrill of clean, whole'
some competition is enjoyed hy all.
Frmil Row Ht-niy llories. Ted Pane.
Si-cmiii Ron' Roval Coldlaih, ,lohn Rohervsoii, Hill l.indsvx.
Fin! Virr'fP1eaidt nl
LUCILLE DE ROUSSE
Garfield won again!
ACH year new officers are elected by the mem'
bers of the NG" Club on the basis of ability and
willingness. This year has proved to be a busy one
for the officers, for there have been a number of
parties which had to be arranged and a new march'
ing brigade to organize.
lt is the duty of the president to preside over each
"G" Club meeting. If the president should be un'
able to attend, the vice-president should be able to
take over at a minute's notice. The second vicefpresif
dent has the task of caring for all business concern'
ing girls' sports' activities. The secretary takes notes
at the meetings and gives reports on the progress of
the various activities.
HE PRESENT niamngcrs, als wcll tts thc cxf
mnmngcrs of girls' sports' :ictivitics dcscrvc conf
sidcrzthlc cmmncmlzition for thcir ctiicicncy. It is
thcir rcspmisihility to chcck zlttcndxmcc, to taikc calrc
of cquipmcnt, to kccp thc scorcs, :mtl to xirrgmgc for
numcrwus othcr tlctnils that :irc IICCCSSZIFY for il sucf
ccssful scqison. Bcsitlcs hcing compsllcd to hc prcscnt
nt catch turnout. they :irc cxpcctctl to llfiillfti spiritctl
cncuuratgcmcnt whcn thc gzimcs sccm to lug.
Thcsc imiizigcrs .nutomtiticnlly rcccivc gn hundrcd
points tuwnirtl thcir Big with thc privilcgc of
gaining aitlditionatl points, sincc thcy thcmsclvcs volf
untccr, if thc rcsptmsihilitics haivc hccn cxccptiougtlly
well cnrricd out.
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HIS YEAR the "U" Clnh is comprised of Big "GE" only, since all Little "GE"
from last year have now earned their hig letters. Every year all girls are
urged to turn out for afterfsehool sports. the first 500 points making the girl
eligihle for her letter. Besides earning these emhlems. the girls are entitled to many
privileges, one of them heing participation in the parties which are held at numerf
ous times during the year, In addition they are expected to he present at monthly
"G" Cluh meetings. They may. if selected, attend the yearly Letter Breakfast
held at one of the high schools in Seattle. One of their newest privileges permits
them to join the marching hrigade which functions at all the games.
At the heginning of the school year a welcome party was given for all new
girls. Later a Christmas program was held in the gym. By attendance at these func'
tions and hy active participation the girls have come to he hetter acquainted and
more interested in what the school has to offer.
4 Helen Exilim:-. llinyr Knsaltalw, Irene Klltneln, Aly.-1 ling. liailwara Loud, Nlaiy ,Ian I'1npati'icl. lie.-ky Hasson,
:nu Man lflizalveth Hiplte. fleriy Blakeslee, Nlailon fiusllu, litslllto lelnltawa, Alice Uxvine, Nlaly Lon l.a liree, I ili 1 -Xn
rrl xt Lucille Ile Rnusse, Bernice Iioin, Dorothy Hillier. -lnnie Dyer, Peggy Lon Herron, Alanice Alantzcn, Donna -lohn tn
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T THE mmitlily mcctings of tlic "U" Clulw, liclcl tlic first X7V7L'LlllCSLlQly of cglcli
muiitli. iiunicruus lmsincss is lwrouglit up. ai grcsit tltuil of wliicli cmiccrns tlir
ciijoymcnt of tlic girls.
At tlic vcry lwcgimiing of tlic your :1 wclconic party was givcn for :ill girls now
to thc scliool. Lntcr in October ll Hzillcuwdcn pzirty. spoiisorcd by tlic MG" Clulm
was licld in tlic gym. ln prcpzirzition for tlicsc pztrtics tlic Dccorzitirm Coniiiiittcu
liriglitcncd tlic gym witli colorful picturcs and lizmgings, Tlit' Eiitcrtziiiiiiicnt Coin'
mittcc. uiidcr tlic lcaidcrsliip of klciinic Ruusso. pltuint-tl tliu ciitcrtuiiiiiiciit, cuiisist'
ing of music. Llilllflllg, :md gzlmcs.
Ont' uf tlic most importxmt fcxtturcs of tliu SCLISUII for "C" mcmlicrs was tlic
.imiuul Lcttcr Brcgilcfzist. licltl at mic uf tlic Suglttlc Higli Scliuuls, As gm gidtlt-tl
timxittiiw, .ui ciijoygilwlt' sports' prugiuirii was nrrgmgcd. Since only sclcctctl girls frmmi
tlic cluli muy zittuml, .ill ltmk frmrwgnrtl ulgcrly tu liciiig clmsvri.
Inrrrp 7'Cfi1't' Ilmirr
Ready for :lic Sum'
PEED and skill arc comhincnl whcn it comcs to a
winning tcam in sonic sport such as haskcthall
or hadminton. Girls who turn out for most of thc
activities usually posscss thc qualities of accuracy.
good sportsmanship, and kccnncss. Thc girls find
that thcy arc hcnchttccl not only physically lwut also
Thc past two scmcstcrs liavc ohfcrcd much in tht'
linc of sports. including hockcy, spccclhall, vollcyf
hall, haskcthall, and haschall. Swimming, too, is
ohrcred, hut as Garhcld is not cquippccl for this
sport. it has hccn ncccssary to asscmhlc at thc
Y.W.C.A. As this particular sport was so enjoyable
many of thc girls rcqucstcd that it hc schcdulcd for
two scmcstcrs instcad of thc usual onc. Thc girls of
Garfield High School truly havc somcthing of which
to hc proud. for thcy arc olfcrcd onc of thc hcst
athlctic programs in the city.
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NE of the major sports offered this year was
Badminton. Because of its popularity. it was
continued for a whole instead of a half semester.
Under the capahle inanagership of Eleanor Loftis
and .Tunic Kumasaka. it proved to he one of the
highlights of thc season,
Another major sport of thc season was haskethall,
which involved a great deal of competition among
hoth the upper and lower classmen. The star players
were chosen to take part in the championship games.
The final outcome resulted in the championship for
Basehall, a leading sport, was offered early in the
spring. This activity was as enthusiastically received
as was haskethall.
The minor sports were not overlook either, since
pingfpong, tennis, hockey, and spccdhall were offered.
These alternated with the major activities.
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Swing your Partner
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EATURES describe the leisure time pursuits of the students
and faculty of our Garfield Movie Studio. Although our social
activities do not vary greatly from those of the other studios within
our area, it can be said without any reservation that our spirit is
among the best in the world. Our zest for fun prompts such pro-
ductions as the Funfest, Noon Movies, and P.T.A. Dances. Our
spirit is also behind the studio athletic teams that turn out faith-
fully, rain or shine.
In reviewing the year's events pictorially, it is gratifying to
realize that our Alma Mater offers her personnel four of the most
enjoyable year of their lives.
Signing up for classes. if Typmg class
Purple and Wl11tc Day prlnccxwex. 6. Kay fautury,
Nl?tl71fIGl671I show. 7. The new lmlx
I, Neamcxs pay.: dividends. 4. Office pests.
2, Cmnv, sec the game. 7. Silent Night, Holy Night
3. Hmnlviurgvr and milk slvulgc, 6. Plate IIUICII4 pleuxf'
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Purple and Wl11te Day
"1 want L1 dolly."
Prexzdent of 2211111 and Sumll, 5, Fnmlglm Band pluving.
A wsit tu Smldpohll. lv. Snow jiglxr.
Pep Axxembly. 7, Fm' U'H'Hlt"Vl UTIIYV
Kxllmg the Dragml.
l. Kmg for the day. 4. Girls' Assembly.
Z, Farulty mfs. .xlude11ts, 7. TB. or 1111! TB.
3 Mulqvflcfw rrrmn. 6. CjU1llYYll'7llN d1xcu1'er,s thc' Hlhlkilt'
Uafficldfw vendltum nf '
Ofnt Day f2'1u1Ytet.
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HELEN ANAMA-First Place, Poetry Division, Garfield Food Con'
servation Contest. First Place, Girls' Division, Navy Defense Contest.
MARIBETH BALTHASER-First Place, Combined Ski Trophy, First
Place, Slalom, Second Place, Downhill Garheld Novice Race, Snoqualf
mie Passg Third Place, Al1fCity High School Race.
ANN DAVIS-First Place, Girls' Division, Garfield Day Cratorical
PAT CAMPICN-Scholastic Regional Gold Key Awards, 1947.
JOAN GRANT-Second Place, Prose Division, Music and Arts Foundaf
tion. Honorable Mention, Essay Contest, Scholastic Magazine.
KATHERINE HAYE-First Place, Essay Division, Garfield Food Con'
MURIEL HURWITZ-Second Place, Ladies' Auxiliary of Veterans of
Foreign Wars Essay Contest. N
ETSUKO ICHIKAWA-Tied for Eleventh Place, Local Hearst American
STAN LARSON-Honorable Mention, Essay Division, Garfield Food
MARIEL MURTON-First Place, Cartooning Division, 1947 Portland
Engravers' Journalism Competition. First Place, Ladies' Auxiliary of
Veterans of Foreign Wars Contest. Third Place, Vicky Bobby Pin
Essay and Photo Contest.
JIMMY NAKAMURA-Third Place, Ladies' Auxiliary of Veterans of
Foreign Wars Essay Contest.
BERNARD SILBER-First Place, Boys' Division, Garfield Day Cratorical
Contest. Fifth Place, Local Hearst American History Contest.
PAT SIMS-Honorable Mention, Essay Division, Garfield Food Conserf
JUNE TIPPEY-Ninth Place, Essay Contest, The Breakfast Group.-
BILL WOLFE-Tied for Eleventh Place, Local Hearst American History
THE EIID BIIT I'l0T THE FIIIISH
HE FINAL curtain has hcen lwrought down in the Garfield Ivlovic Studio, and the
doors locked for another year. To those who helped record the memories of the
events in our Studio, l wish to express my personal thanks, But most of all, my deepest
appreciation and gratitude goes to Miss Saeman. who accepted the rcsponsihilities of
the advisorship. lt is my hope that you. the readers, will cherish this twentyfeighth
edition of Arrow which represents a successful and memorahle year of activities.
- The Editor
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