Garfield High School - Arrow Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1956
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Dawn breaks-Seagulls ruffle +heir wings and rise in
flighf-fhe fain? echo of an ocean liner whisfle shalfers
fhe shimmering silence-a slighl' disfurbance in +he wafer
broadcasls 'rhe approach of a fishing Heel'-fugboafs
begin fheir chugging movemenfs-lraffic on fhe wafer-
fronf becomes heavier. The fog liffs, unveiling a lousfling
communily al' work. This is a SEAPORT OF SUCCESS.
Sleepy eyed and yawning s+uden+s frudge up +he
rnll long fronf walk fo fhe door Tugging on seemingly
iron doors 'rhey s omp info James A The froni hall
clock may produce hme anywhere from 745 fo 8 40 and
sludenfs may conhnue fheir slower sleep walking
suddenly begin 'ro husfle +0 avoid lardmess Early classes
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HERE ARE few of us, who, living so near the waterfront, tail to be caught
in a spell of fascination by the many marine activities. The world ot
rols and reels, nets, anchors, and sea animals attract one's curiosity. The
toot of a train whistle and the blast of a ship's foghorn beckons us to
ln contrast to everyday business of loading and unloading docks and
sea-going vessels, balmy summer days hold in store such gala events as
the Seattle Seafair and the Gold Cup races on the vast, inviting Lake
The various kinds of wares on the dock show important enterprise
for Seattle. Thus, the shipping of supplies to the corners of the world
definitely proclaims Seattle as a "seaport of success."
GATEWAY TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE
LOCKS ARE ESSENT!AL FOR THE GROWTH OF A SEAPORT
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OPENING SECTION ........ ..
DEDICATION ............. ..
FACULTY .......,,,...... ..
Administration ....... ..
Co-ordinators ........ ..
Clerks ................ ..
Faculty .,..,....i,. ..
Freshmen ............... .....
ORGANIZATIONS ............... .....
Girls' and Boys' Clubs ........ .....
Service Clubs .............. .....
Radiance Roll ........
Color Guard .................... .....
Administrative Councils ...... .....
Interest Clubs .............. ....
Honor Society ........ .....
Roll Officers ....... .....
PRODUCTIONS ....... .....
Literary ........... ..,..
Stage ........ .,..
SPORTS .,....... .....
Football ...A....... .....
Basketball ....... .....
Baseball .....,. .....
Golf .,,....... ,,,.,
Track ......... .. ...,,,,,,.,,..,
Tennis ................................... .....
Songsters and Yell Leaders ...... .....
G Club - Girls' Sports ....., ,....
SCHOOL LIFE .................. .....
Feature ........ ,,,.
Top Ten ....... ,.,..
Awards ......... .,,.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ....... ....
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ness x crnung the vessel of an unseen danger Many boats
would olh rwise have sunk had not a helpful lighthouse
Al Garfle'cl he lacully is the guiding lighl Teachers
spend many hols enllghlenlng eager minds of students
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Sitting at a desk, surrounded by middyvclad
girls, is Miss Bell, the busy Girls' Club Advisor.
A friend to every girl, she loves relaxing on
a sandy beach, watching the ships sail out to
Always an hand for consultation and advice
is the easy-going Boys' Club Advisor.
Grinning, Mr. Cribley, revealed that his main
interest in the sea is catching gigantic fish.
MILDRED BELL l.ESl.lE CRIBLEY
Girls' Advisor Boys' Advisor
RUTH DEETZ JOHN MAXEY
Pursued by continual program changers
Deetz s time as counselor is In constant demand
She feels tle sea IS a highway to many
lan s traveled by rt n with cou age and
Conducting a succession of meetings Mr
Maxey keeps Garflelds activity program run
Being sublect to seaslckness he prefers
strolling along the waterfront spying on the
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BRITA ALMQUIST VERLA EASTLY KATHERINE MARSHALL
Library Clerk Affendance Sfudy Hall
GLORIA NAGAI MARGARET SEMMENS AMANDA WOOD
Assistant Clerk Head Clerk Counselor's Clerk
ALL IN A DAY'S WORK
JEAN BU RNS
WATCH OUT FOR
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MARY ETHEL DIXON
YOU NEVER OUTGROW
YOUR NEED FOR MILK
AND IF YOU DONT MAKE
ANNA BELLE SHAW
H ELEN SHELTON
JOH N POLIKOWSKY
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CO0KS and A IT0ll
HERE on earth IS the lamtor'-' pleads the unhappy student as he
ends an unsuccessful search for has locker key The problem us ended
as one of the lamtors IS found busuly sweeplng floors flxlng radiators or
rudlng has exclusuve elevator
Savory odors from the Iunchroom draw hungry students to devour
quantntnes of plate lunches sandwlches and cookles prepared each noon
time by the capable Garfleld cooks
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HlPS OF ALL classifications enter a seaport. They come
from all four corners of the earth bringing something
of value from their homeland. While trading goods, ideas,
and knowledge in port, these ships help to better world
understanding. After their business has been transacted,
each ship sails away to its chosen destination.
ln much the same manner, Garfield is an educational
port for students of different backgrounds, customs, and
futures. During his years at Garfield, each student acquires
an understanding of all kinds of people. Upon departure,
each has his chosen goal which may be achieved only
by effort and determination.
SOLVEIG LUNDBERG CARVER GAYTON ALAN HASELWOOD PAT FELTIS DICK HUTCHINGS
Advrsor President Vvce president Secretary Treasurer
ARLY In thelr flnal year the Seniors discovered that leadership demands
time and effort and that glory and recogmtnon must be earned
Accepting this fact, they assumed their responsnbllltles by helplng the school
machinery to perform smoothly They shared deep friendships among
many dlfferent races They Ilved through thrlllmg moments that can never
be recaptured but that are destmed to become cherished memories As
the Seniors leave Garfield they are grateful for the preparatlon and an
splratnon afforded them nn meetmg the problems of Ilfe
JOANNE ABE-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Co-chairman, Senior
Brunch, Purple Paw, Funfest, "G" Club, Roll Officer,
Honor Society, Messenger, Shorthand Club,
JERRY ADATTO-Roll President, Senior Class Repre-
GLORIA ALEXANDER-Mid-Winter Concert, "G" Club,
After-School Sports, Roll President, Banker, Social Wel-
fare, Lunchroom, Friendship, Gazette Committees, Gar-
thian, Spade Clubs.
DARLENE ALLEN-Junior Skate Committee, Art, Friend-
ship, Usher Committees, Pep Club.
JOHNNY ALLEN-Pep Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Funtest,
Operetta, Third Team Football, Advanced Band, Ad-
vanced Orchestra, Advanced Chorus, "J.B.."
DAVID ALLISON-Radio, Chess, Auto, 4N Clubs, Library
Clerk, Cashier, Lunchroom, Program Seller.
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GRACE AMON-Roll President, Honor Society, Pep Club,
Future Teachers of America, Lost and Found Commit-
tee, Shorthand Club, Study Hall Clerk.
CATHERINE ANDERSON-"G" Club, Alter-School Sports,
Fine Arts, Noon Program Committees, 4N Club, Roll
Banker, Study Hall Clerk, Debate Team.
KAREN ANDERSON-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Or-
chestra, Roll Banker, G.C.O., Make-up, Minute, Voca-
tional, Senior Publicity Committees, Pep Club.
SUSAN DARLENE ANDERSON-Copy Editor, Messenger,
Historian, 4N, Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Artist, Pen
Staff, Roll Banker, Junior Commencement, Senior Pub-
licity. Girls' Club Committees, Honor Society Repre-
JURIS ANDREIKA-Gold Seal, Roll Officer.
BlLL ANGEL-Senior Roll Representative, Boys' Club.
SAMMY J. ANGEL-Left Garfield, February l956.
DlANNE ARNESON-Girls' Club.
BOB ARONSON-Sports Editor, Messenger, Intramurals,
Honor Society, Senior Brunch Committee, Ski, Pep Clubs,
Sophomore Class Representative.
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LARRY BAROKAS-Chairman, Class Committee, Funfest,
After-School Sports, Roll Officer, Honor Society, Study
Hall Clerk, "lary".
YVONNE MARIE BARR-Cabinet, Purple Paw, Pen Staff,
Roll Officer, Publicity, Junior Commencement Commit-
tees, Marshall Shorthand, Pep Clubs.
RONALD BARRETT--Band, Boys' Club, Senior Committee,
JERRY BASS-Funfest, Third Team Football, Second Team
Football, Auto, Pep Clubs, Roll President, Roll Secretary,
Senior Cop and Gown Committee, Sophomore Repre-
sentotive, Junior Representative.
DONALD BATISTE-Mid-Winter Concert, Band.
PEGGY BEADLES-"G" Club, After School Sports, Roll
Officer, Red Cross, Fine Arts, Make-up Committees,
4N, Pep Clubs.
BARBARA ANN BELL-Circulation and Exchange Editor,
Messenger, Honor Society, Girls' Club Committees, Ski,
4N, and Pep Clubs, Junior Class Representative, Junior
Commencement, Senior Cap and Gown Committees,
Study Hall Clerk.
DAVID BENVENISTE-Roll Officer, Honor Society, Ques-
tionnaire, Senior Gift Committees, Sophomore Class
Representative, Pep Club.
CAROLYN R. BERCH-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Funfest,
Messenger, Roll Banker, Assembly Committee, Senior
Brunch Committee, Sophomore, Junior Representative,
Girls' Club Committees.
HENRY KENNON ARTIS-Entered from Dillard High,
Goldsboro, North Carolina. Roll President, Honor So,
ciety, Auto Club.
PAULINE ASABA-Gold Seal, Cabinet, All-City Business
Staff, Messenger, "G" Club, After-School Sports Mon-
oger, Honor Society, Senior Commencement Committee,
4N, Pep Clubs.
SUE ASIA-Senior Play, Funfest, Roll Banker, Standards,
Gazette, Makeeup Committees, Debate Team, Future
Teachers of America, "Susie".
KATHRYN M. BABA-Advisory Board, Quill and Scroll,
Gold Seal, Co-chairman. Senior Prom Committee, Girls'
Club Committees, Purple Paw, Business Staff, Messen-
ger, Roll President, "G" Club.
JOYCE ELEANOR BACKMAN-Roll Secretary, Honor So-
ciety, Usher Committee, Mcrsholl Shorthand Club, Pep
Club, Movie Operator.
RICK BARNEBY-President, Radio Club, lnter-Club Council,
Sophomore Class Representative.
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DOLORES M. BERKUS-Funfesl, Messenger Staff, Roll
Banker, Senior Announcement, Minute, Standard, Braun-
schweig, Friendship Committee, 4N, Pep Clubs.
AL BEUCHEL-Ad Solicitor. Messenger, Track Manager,
Honor Society, Publicity Committee, AN and Pep Clubs.
JUSTAMOMA BLAKELY-Pep Club, After-School Sports,
Chairman, Senior Typing Committee, Usher and Lost
and Found Committees, Spade, "G" Clubs.
PETER BLOCK-President, Ski Club, Gold Seal, Bulldog,
4N Clubs, Second Team Tennis, Roll President, Ski
Team, Usher, Senior Publicity Committee, Sophomore
STAN BLOCH-Intramurals, Senior Cap and Gown Com-
mittee, Boys' Club, 4N, Pep, Photography Clubs,
Freshman Class Representative.
ROBERT M. BLOMGREN-President, Boys' Club, Chairman,
Student Council, First Team Baseball, Gold Seal, Second
Team Basketball, Finance, Questionnaire Committees,
Lions Club Committee, Color Guard, Inter-Club Council.
UP, UP, AND AWAY!
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BARBARA ANN BOWMAN-Sophomore Representative,
"G" Club, Spade Club, Senior Typing, Usher, and Lost
and Found Committees, "Babbo".
BOB ESRAUNSCHWEIGER-First Team Track, Advisory
Board, Bulldog Club, Roll President, Lettcrman's Club,
Junior Class Representative.
CARRIE ETHEL BREGHTMAN-Funfest, "G" Club, After-
School Sports, Friendship, Gazette, G.C.O., Senior
Typing Committees, Spades, 4N Clubs.
COLLEEN DEE BROWN-Gold Seal, Roll President, Girls'
Club, Activity Card, Junior Prom, Senior Announcement
Committees, Pep Club, Sophomore Class Representative,
Junior Class Representative, Honor Society Represen-
SID BROWN-Lettermanis Club, Track, Boys' Club.
WILLIAM BRYANT--First Team Football, Track, Third
ERMA JEAN BYRD-Purple Paw, "G" Club, After-School
Sports, 4N Club, Shorthand Club, Senior Cap and
Gown, Commencement, and Girls' Club Committees.
CHARLES BUREN-Band, Chorus, Intramurals.
SHIRLEY A. BUSHNELL-President, Girls' Club, Sophomore
Class President, Advisory Board, Purple Paw, Funfesl,
Roll President, Senior Brunch,Ticket Committees ,Student
Council, Inter-Club Council.
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VIRGINIA CHUNG-Gold Seal, Funfest, Pen, Roll Secre-
tary, Makeeup, Social Welfare, Nurse's Committees,
Honor Society Representative, Spade. 4N Clubs.
THELMA JO CISCO-"G" Club, After-School Sports, Fine
Arts, Make-up Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs.
PHYLLIS YVONNE CLARK-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
Operetta, Orchestra, All-City Orchestra, Roll President,
Senior Commencement Committee, 4N, Pep Clubs.
DORTTHEA V. COLA-Mid-Winter Concert, Advanced
Choir, Shorthand, 4N Clubs, Friendship, P.Q. Com-
mittees, Class Representative.
DOROTHY A. COLA-Mid-Winter Concert, Advanced
Choir, Shorthand and 4N Clubs, Friendship and P.Q.
Committees, Class Representative.
BILL COLE-Vice-president, Boys' Club, President, Hi-Y,
President, Young Life, First Team Football, First Team
Track, Captain, Track Team, Advisory Board, Second
Team Basketball, Chorus, Senior Gift Committee.
JIM COLEMAN-Secretary, Radio Club, 4N, Ski Clubs.
MANETTE COLEMAN-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta,
Messenger, International Relations, Junior Commence-
ment Committees, Girls' Club Committees, Senior Brunch
Committee, Ski, Pep Clubs.
BOB COLLINS-Boys' Club.
ERNESTINE CAESAR-Girls' Club.
BRIAN CALLAHAN-President, Auto Club, Funfest, Messen-
ger Staff, Third Team Football, Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, lnter-Club Council, 'iTobey".
BILL CALVO-Roll President, Sophomore, Junior Represen-
tative, Gym Clerk, Funfest, Pep Club.
ALLAN CAPLAN-Entered from California, Funfest, Roll
President, Roll Vice'President, Senior Prom Committee,
Pep Club, Assembly, Usher Committees.
ELLEN CARPENTER-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, P.-T.A.,
P.Q., Usher Committees, 4N, Pep Club.
MARGARET CHEATHAM-4N Club, Cabinet, Mid-Winter
Concert, Operetta, After-School Sports, Chorus, Nonette,
Roll Banker, Senior Cap and Gown Committees.
BETTY ANN CHIBA-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Funfest, "G"
Club, After-School Sports, Honor Society, Health, Red
Cross, Senior Lunchroom Committees, Pep, Shorthand
IRENE CHIKATA-'Gold Seal, Cabinet, Funfest, "G" Club,
Senior Chorus, Nonette, Roll Officer, Junior Courtesy
and Senior Commencement Committees, Pep Club.
KENNETH WAYNE CHINN-Funfest, Band, Honor Society,
Cathay Club, Audio-Visual Crew, P.-T.A. Bowling.
MULLAN A. CHINN-Advisory Board, Copy Editor, Pen,
Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Bulldog, Cathay, 4N Clubs,
Funfest, Senior Questionnaire, Proiect Committees, Roll
MARIE CHIOCCHIO-Messenger, Roll Secretary, Honor So-
ciety, Make-up, Senior Night Committee, 4N, Pep Clubs,
Study Hall Clerk.
CAROL ANNE CHRISTIE-Funfest, Roll Officer, Girls' Club
and Senior Committees, Class Representative, Attend-
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MARILEE CONSTANTINE-Assistant Feature Editor, Messen-
ger, Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetto,
Pen Staff, Roll President, Funfest Manager, Senior Prom
GAYLE F. COOK-Vice-president, 4N Club, Gold Seal,
Senior Play, Funlest, Operetta, Messenger Staff, Senior
Chorus, Roll President, Senior Questionnaire Committee,
Senior Class Representative.
GERALDINE COOK-Left Garfield, January 1956.
MARCIA ELAINE COTTOM-Senior Night, P.Q., Braun-
schweig Committees, Pep Club, Funfest, "G" Club, Roll
Banker, Junior Class Representative, 4N Club.
BUD CROCKETT-Senior Prom Committee, Boys' Club.
KATHERINE CROSS-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, "G"
Club, Roll President, Co-chairman, Senior Gift Com-
mittee, Marshall Shorthand Club, Freshman Representa-
tive, Library Clerk, Honor Society Clerk.
CHARLES DONALD CRYSTAL-Secretary-Treasurer, Bulldog
Club, Funfest, Tennis Team, Intramural Basketball, Roll
President, Courtesy and Boy of the Month Committees.
PATSY DALE-Songleader, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
"G" Club, Chorus, Roll Banker, Gazette, Senior Night
Committees, AN, Spade Clubs.
BARBARA DANZ-Editor, Pen, President, Honor Society,
Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Chairman, Senior Com-
mencement Committee, Funfest, Roll Secretary, Junior
Prom, Finance Committees, 4N Club.
JOHN DARE-Advisory Board, Vice-president, Ski Club,
First Team Tennis, Gold Seal, Roll President, Lettermen's
Club, Foreign Relations. Assembly, Senior Questionnaire
Committees, Hi-Y Club.
MARGOT DAVID-Treasurer, Purple Paw, Quill and Scroll,
Gold Seal, Funfest, Pen Staff, Copy Editor, l956 Arrow,
Roll Secretary, Senior Cap and Gown, Girls' Club
Committees, Senior Class Representative.
LEAVERA DAVIS-Left Garfield January l956.
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MANUEL DeCANO-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Oper-
etta, Band, Orchestra, Swing Band, Roll President,
PATRICIA DeGROFF-Senior Questionnaire Committee,
Chorus, Pep, Ski Clubs, Usher, Heath, Make-up, Junior
ALBERT DeJAEN-Gold Seal, Third Team Football, Roll
Officer, Honor Society, Class Representative, 4N Club.
HAROLD LEE DEUTSCH-Bulldog Club, Roll Banker, Honor
Society, Auto, 4N Clubs.
GAY D. DIAMOND-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Oper-
etta, Chorus, Roll President, Ticket, Usher, Senior Cap
and Gown Committees, Senior Play, Library Clerk.
CHARLES DODGE-Chorus, Double Quartet, Radio Club.
GLORIA ELAINE DOLGOFF-Make-up, Welfare, P.Q.,
Senior Publicity Committees, 4N Club, Study Hall Clerk.
ROYAL DOTSON-Vice-president, Bulldog Club, First Teams
Football, Baseball, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Intra-
murals, Roll President, "Choo! Choo!".
SANDRA JO DREILING-Pen Staff, P.Q., Foreign Rela-
tions, Usher Committees, Future Teachers of America,
Automobile Clubs, Study Hall Clerk.
RAYMOND EGAN-Second Team Baseball, Third Team
Baseball, Junior Skate Committee.
JOHN ELY-Left Garfield, December 1955.
DORIS ENG-Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Funfest, Roll
Officer, Senior Prom, Noon Program, G.C.O., Ticket
Committees, Cathay, Pep Clubs, Sophomore, Junior
Class Honor Society Representative.
TERRENCE ENG--Intramural Basketball, Honor Society,
Cathay Club, "Terry".
BARBARA JOAN EPSTEIN--"G" Club, Study Hall Clerk,
MEL WALLACE EPSTEIN-Mid-Winter Concert, Third Team
Football, Band, Orchestra, Roll Officer, Automobile,
Fishing Clubs, Class Representative, Study Hall Clerk,
STEVE ESCAME-Advisory Board, Quill and Scroll, Gold
Seal, Funfest, Ad Manager, Messenger Staff, Roll
Officer, Boys' Club, Junior Prom Committees, Hi-Y Club,
CARROLLE SANDRA FAIR-Mid'Winter Concert, Funtest,
Operetta, Advanced Chorus, Roll President, Junior Prom,
Senior Prom, Friendship Committees, Sophomore Class,
Senior Class Representative.
PATRICIA ANN FELTIS-Feature Editor, Messenger, Secre-
tary, Senior Class, Treasurer, Pep Club, Songleader,
Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Funfest, Chorus,
Junior Class Committee Chairman.
KARL DRESEN-Funfest, Third Team Football, Roll Banker,
Senior Night Committee, Ski, Pep Clubs, Sophomore
Class Representative, Study Hall Clerk.
MARK E. DUGAN-Third Team Football.
ROGER D. DUNBAR-Entered from Colorado Springs, Colo-
rado, Bulldog Club, Honor Society, Senior Gift, Lunch-
DAN A. DUYUNGAN-Entered from O'Dea High School.
Seattle, Automobile Club, Boys' Club, Barrier Carrier.
JAMES J. DYKEMAN-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Oper-
etta, Chorus, Roll Officer, Senior Questionnaire Com-
mittee, 4N, Pep Clubs, Senior Representative.
ANN EDMUNDSON-Entered from New York, New York,
Cabinet, Roll Secretary, Senior Courtesy Committee,
Art, G.C.O., 4N, Pep Clubs, Junior Skate Committee.
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DON FISHER-General Assemblyy Boys' Club Committeesy
Co-chairman, Senior Questionnaire Committeey Bulldog.
Ski, Pep Clubsy Funfesty Second Team Football, Tracky
SHARON LEE FISHER-Songleadery Mid-Winter Concerty
Funfesty Operettay Messengery Senior Chorusy Attend-
ance Otficey Bulletin, Senior Prom Committeesy Junior
LARRY FLOOD-Radio, Auto, Boys' Clubs.
FRED FORD-Left Garfield January l956.
VANCE FREEMAN-Boys' Club.
SAMUEL J. FRlEDMAN-Secretory-Treasurer, Freshman
Classy First Team Tennisy Third Team Foolbally Roll
Presidenty Senior Commencement Committeey Lettermen's
Cluby Study Hall Clerky Funfesty "Buddy",
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PHILLIP FRINK-Secretary-Treasurer, Letterman's Cluby
First Team Footbally First Team Tracky Second Team
Basebally Advisory Boardy Gold Sealy Senior Prom Com-
mitteey Inter-High Councily Finance Committeey "Fritz".
CHARLES FRY-Co-Student Director, 1956 Funfesty Co-
chairman, Senior Nighty Roll Officery Gold Sealy Junior
Class Courlesyy Calendar, Activity Card Committees.
BETH FUJII-Second Vice-president, Girls' Cluby Secretary
Junior Classy Advisory Boardy Gold Sealy Purple Pawy
Funfesty Pen stuffy Athletic Manager, "G" Cluby Roll
Officery Senior Night Committee.
JANET FUKUDA-Quill and Scrolly Gold Sealy Co-chair-
man, Senior Commencementy Artist, i956 Arrowy After-
School Sports Managery "G" Cluby Arty Pep Club.
KEN FUKUTOMI-Second Team Track Managery lntramuralsy
4N Cluby Junior Class Representativey Movie Projection.
SEIJI FUNAMORI-Roll Bankery Second and Third Team
Football and Tracky Senior Class Representativey"Sage".
NAMIE FURUMOTO-Gold Sealy Funfesty Typist, i956
Arrowy "G" Cluby After-School Sports Monagery Girls'
Club, Senior Commencement Committeesy Office Clerk.
NANCY JUNE GADBERRY-Mid-Winter Concerty Operettay
Chorusy Pep Cluby Spodesy P.-T. A., Senior Announce-
SANDY MARLENE GALLMEISTER-Funfesty Girls' Club Com-
mitteesy Pep, Spade Clubsy Senior Representative.
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WESLEY GRAVES-Second Team Football, Second Team
Track, Roll President, Grounds and Senior Night Com-
GERALD GRAY-Intramurals, Pep, Pin, Program Commit-
tees 4N Club.
JOHN GRAY--Chairman, Assembly Committee, Mid-Winter
Concert, Courtesy Committee, Band, Chorus, Funfest,
BILL GRIFFITH-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta,
Orchestra, 4N Club, Proiection Crew, "Bill".
DELORES R. GUIMONT-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
Operetta, Messenger, Band, Orchestra, Roll Banker, Fun-
test, 4N, Pep Club Committees.
WILSON GULLEY-Letterman's Club, First Team Track,
Second Team Track, Second, Third Team Football, 4N
KAREN JOAN GUNNISON-Gold Seal, Girls' Club Com-
mittees, 4N, Pep, Spades Clubs, Senior Courtesy Com-
FERN MARYANN HALGREN-Senior Cap and Gown,
Braunschweig, Friendship, Gazette, P.-T. A. Committees,
4N, Spades, Pep, Young Life, Marshall Shorthand Clubs.
MARLYCE HALVORSON--Desk Clerk.
FRANK GATES-President, Chess Club, Stage Manager,
Assembly, Funfest Committees, Mid-Winter Concert,
Funfest, Senior Gift Committee, Radio, Math Clubs.
MARY GATES-Gold Seal, Honor Society Representative,
Girls' Color Guard, Pep, Shorthand Clubs, Office Clerk.
JOE FELIX GAUFF JR.-Basketball, Band Class Represen-
GAYLE HARRIS GAUTHUN-Senior Play, Mid-Winter Con-
cert, Funfest, Operetta, Automobile, Pep, Photography
Clubs, Stage Crew.
CARVER CLARK GAYTON-President, Senior Class, Cap-
tain, First Team Football, First Team Track, Advisory
Board, Mid-Winter Concert, Chorus, HifY, Young Life,
MOZELL DEVONN GLASPER--Mid-Winter Concert, "G"
Club, Roll Officer, Gazette, Sccial Welfare, Braun-
schweig, Senior Commencement Committees, Spade, Pep,
Future Teachers of America Clubs.
RAELENE GOLD-Student Council, Assistant Editor, Pen,
President, Purple Paw, Vice-president Inter-Club Council,
Gold Seal, Funfest, Copy Editor, 1956 Arrow, Feature
Reporter, Messenger, Roll President, Lions Club Com-
MICHAEL J. GOLDFARB-Senior Play, Mid-Winter Concert,
Funfest, Operetta, Intramurals, Chorus, Double Quartet,
Roll Officer, Senior Prom Committee, Pep Club, "Mick".
GORDON GOLLIET-Senior Play,Mid-Winter Concert, Fun-
fest, Operetta, Intramural Basketball, Calendar Com-
mittee, Stage Crew.
LOIS ANNE GORE-Operetta, After-School Sports, Chorus,
Senior Roll President, Honor Society.
MARTHA J. GORRILL-Co,Chairman, Cap and Gown
Committee, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta,
Messenger, Delegate to '55 Traffic Conference, Roll
Representative, AN Project Committee, Masque and
Gavel, Junior Class Representative.
JAMES F. GRANT--Senior Play, Senior Brunch Committee,
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PATRICIA HANDLEY-Friendship, G.C.O,, Usher, Make-up,
Senior Night Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs, Study Hall
Clerk, Junior Class Representative.
SYDNEY H. HANDLIN-President, Physical Science Club,
Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Math, Radio Clubs, Gym Office
Clerk, BetaARay Spectrometer.
A. STEVE HANSEL-President, Inter-Hi Council, Gold Seal,
Chairman, Junior Prom, Roll President, Student Council,
Senior Prom Committee, Boys' State, l955, Junior Class
FRANCES K. HARADA-Gold Seal, Funfest, "G" Club,
After-School Sports, Roll Secretary, Honor Society Rep-
resentative, Make-up, Social Welfare, Health, Red Cross
Committees, Pep, 4N Clubs.
MARIETTA HARDY-Friendship, Lost and Found, Braun-
schweig, P.Q. Committees, 4N, Marshall Shorthand Club.
PRINCETTA HARPER-Entered from Central High School,
Jefferson, Texas, Pep, Marshall Shorthand, Spades
Clubs, Honor Society, Nurse Attendant.
SHARON HART-Gold Seal, Roll Secretary, Attendance
Office Clerk, "Cherie".
ALAN HASELWOOD-Student Council, Vice-president,
Senior Class, Treasurer, Hi-Y, Advisory Board, Second
Team Football, Intramurals, Roll Officer, Lions Club,
Public Relations Committees, Ski Club, Junior Class
BOB HASSON-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta,
Chorus, Roll Officer, B.C.O., Senior Luncheon Com-
mittees, 4N Club.
DAVID HASSON-Assistant Sports Editor, Messenger,
Gold Seal, Roll President, Honor Society, Senior Brunch
Committee, Senior Class Representative, Pep Club, Roll
JAMES B. HATFIELD-President. Radio Club, Third Team
Track, Ski Team, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Barracade,
Senior Announcements Committees, Science, Debate
Clubs, Stage Crew.
MARVA HAYNE-Mid-Winter Concert, After-School Sports,
Chorus, Senior Typing, Lost and Found Committees,
Pep, Shorthand Clubs, l'Mickey".
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RONNIE HEIGHT-Vice-president, Sophomore Class, Base-
ball Team, Yell Team, Mid-Winter Concert, Third Team
WALLY HEPWORTH-Senior Gift Committee, Senior Play,
Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Automobile, Radio. Chess,
and Pep Clubs, Stage, Proiection Crews.
JOE HILL-First and Second Teams Track, Second Team
Football, Funfest, Roll Banker, Grounds, Senior Night
Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs, Class Representative.
CAROL HILLESTAD-Funfest, Standards, Make-up, Friend-
ship Committees, Pep, Spades Clubs, Study Hall and
BARNEY HILLIARD-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Third
Team Football, Band, Swing Band, Garfield All-Stars,
Viceepresident, Senior Band, Junior Prom Committee.
JIM L. HILLIKER-Roll Officer, Patrol Committee, Head
Manager, Football, Ski Club, Funfest, Tennis.
ROBERT M. HIROO-Gold Seal, Bulldog, Chess, and Fish-
ing Clubs, Senior Night Committee, Roll Officer, Honor
Society, Senior, Sophomore Class Representative.
COLLEEN HODGES-Roll Secretary, Study Hall Clerk, Roll
Banker, Pep Club, Usher, Make-up Committees, Senior
LILLIAN HOFFER-Gym Desk Clerk, Ski, Pep Clubs.
AKIRA ICHIKAWA-Managing Editor, Messenger, Quill
and Scroll, Gold Seal, Funfest, Funfest. Senior Publicity,
Student Council Committees, Roll Officer, Honor Society,
DALE IRVINE-Gold Seal, Senior Commencement Com-
mittee, Radio, Pep Clubs, Book Room Clerk.
BILL ISHIDA-Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Second,
Third Teams Football, Treasurer, Junior Class.
KENNETH EARL JACKSON-Intramural Sports, Roll Banker,
Honor Society, 4N, Pep Clubs, Track Manager, Foot-
ball Manager, Basket Room Attendant.
RENEE JACOBI-4N, Pep, Spades Clubs, Roll Officer,
Usher Committee, "G" Club Marcher, Study Hall Clerk.
HAROLD JOSEPH JAFFE-Sports Editor, Messenger, Head
Football Manager, Varsity Baseball, Gold Seal, Co-
chairman, Cap and Gown Committee, Chairman, Auto,
mobile Club, Honor Society, Publicity Committees,
Second Team Baseball, Roll Banker.
BOBBY JOHNSON-Vice-president, Auto Club, First, Sec-
ond Teams Baseball, Funfest, Pep, Hi-Y Clubs, Junior
GILBERT RICHARD JOHNSON-Track, Roll Banker, Auto-
JOHN JOHNSON-Band, Funfest.
DAVIDL HOLDEN First Team Basketball Track Mid
Winter Concert Funfest Intramurals Band Roll Officer.
LAVERNA RAE HOOK-Advisory Board- 'A " Club-
Secretary, Friendship, Lost and Found, Senior Courtesy,
Pep Assembly Committees, Shorthand, Pep Clubs,
LEILA MAE HUBER-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus,
Ticket, Usher, Minute, Senior Brunch Committees,
Spades, Pep Clubs, Junior Representative.
MARGARETT J. HUNTER-Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert,
Usher, Lost and Found, G.C.O. Committees, Pep Club,
Drill Marcher, Advanced Choir, After-School Sports,
MARIAN HUNTER-"G" Club, After School Sports, Senior
Typing, Lost and Found, Standards, Usher Committees,
Marshall Shorthand, Pep Clubs, Chorus.
RICHARD l.. HUTCHINGS-Assistant Editor, Pen, Treasurer,
Senior Class Vice-president, Honor Society, Yell Team,
Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Pep Club, Sophomore Class
Representative, Boys' Club, Prom Committees.
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JOHNNY R. JOHNSON-Entered from Central Kitsap,
Washington, 4N, Auto, Pep Clubs, Hi-Y, Track, Intra-
PIERRE JOLLY-First Team Football, First Team Baseball,
Third Team Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Roll
President, Arrow Staff, Photography Club, Senior Prom
Committee, Hi-Y, "P.J.".
CAROL JONES-Assistant Editor, Messenger, Pep Club
Officer, Gold Seal, Publicity Editor. Pen, UG" Club,
Gazette, Ski, Photography Clubs, Senior Courtesy Com-
JEANIE JONES-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Mid-Winter Con-
cert, "G" Club, Honor Society Representative, Chair-
man, Make-Up, Junior Prom Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs.
MARTHA FERN JUE-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Oper-
etta, "G", Cathay Clubs, Orchestra, Chorus, Honor
Society, Fine Arts Committee.
MIKE JUE-Senior Play, Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta,
Third Team Tennis, Senior Chorus, Roll Officer.
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ROBERT JUE-First Team Football, First, Second Teams
Track, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Second, Third Teams
Football, Band, Auto, Lettermen's Clubs.
SAM JUNG-Roll Banker.
STEPHEN A. KAYE-Funiest, Third Team Football, Third
Team Tennis, Intramurals, Roll Officer, Honor Society,
Senior Announcement Committee, Ski, Pep Clubs,
ANN KAYLOR--Girls' Club, Co-Chairman, Honor Society
Eligibility, Senior Announcement Committees, Gold Seal,
Purple Paw, 4N, Marshall Shorthand Clubs, Junior
Class Representative, Library, Office Clerk.
BILL KEFAUVER-Entered from Lakeside, Funfest, Roll
Secretary, Track, Pep, Auto, 4N Clubs.
THOMAS KENNEDY-Vice-president, Hi'Y, Mid-Winter Con-
cert, Funfest, Operetta, Band, Advanced Chorus, Boys'
GARY KIDDER-Left Garfield February 1956,
VIC KIHARA-First Team Golf, Advisory Board, Gold Seal,
Student Council, Boys' Club, Senior Commencement
ANDREVV KING-Funfest, Intramurals, Roll President,
Banker, 4N, Pep, Auto Clubs, Sophomore, Junior Repre-
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si JOHN KULANDER-President, Physical Science Club, Gold
Seal, Third Team Tennis, Inter-Club Council, Roll Sec-
retary, Beta-Ray Spectrometer Proiect,Math,Chess Clubs.
BRlAN ROY KYTE-Bulldog Club, Roll President, Honor
Society, Freshman Class, Usher Ccmmittees.
JOANNE LaBRUM-Left Garfield, October l955.
ELSIE JANICE LAMB- Left Garfield, February I956.
WILLIAM LAWS-Left Garfield, January I956.
JOACHIM LEWINSOHN-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
Operetta, Third Team Basketball, Band, Swing Band,
4N Club, "Joe".
EUNICE JEAN LEWIS-Chorus, Mid-Winter Concert, Op-
eretta, Reporter, Messenger.
GEORGIA LINDSTROM-Left Garfield, February 1956
ANN E. LlSCO-Roll Officer, Honor Society, G.C.O., Usher
Social Welfare Library By Laws Committees Spade
Pep Ski Clubs
DOROTHY L. KING-Secretary, Pep Club, Gold Seal, Fun-
fest, After-School Sports, Usher, Make-up, Senior Pub-
licity Committees, P.-T. A. League Bowling, Marshall
MAXINE KING-Entered from Weiser, Idaho, Girls' Club,
SUE KINNEY-Co-Editor, 1956 Arrow, Secretary-Treasurer,
Ski Club, Quill and Scroll, Purple Paw, Student Coun-
cil, Funfest, i955 Arrow Staff, Chorus, Senior Brunch
JAMES KIRK-Boys' Club.
THELMA KIRKMAN-Mid-Winter Concert, "G" Club,
Chorus, Roll Officer, Health, Future Teachers of America
Committees, Ski Club, "Jane",
TAZUE KlYONO-Secretary-Treasurer, Shorthand Club,
Historian, "G" Club, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Mid-
Winter Concert, Funfest, Girls' Sports, i956 Arrow,
Roll Secretary, Girls Club, Senior Commencement
Committees, Junior Representative.
LlLLlE MAE KNAULS-Pen Staff, Advisory Board, Senior
Play, Roll President, Chairman, Junior Prom Refresh-
ments, Co-chairman, Senior Night, International Rela-
tions, Social Welfare Committees, Color Guard, Pep Club.
CYNTHIA KNOWLES--Advisory Board, Quill and Scroll,
Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Funfest, Co-copy Editor, Pen,
Messenger, Roll Banker, Senior Gift Committee, Honor
WENDY KNUDSON-Managing Editor, Editor. Messenger,
Advisory Board, Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Student
Council, Co-chairman, Junior Skate Party, Senior Com-
mencement Committees, Purple Paw, Funfest, i955
GEORGE KOMORIYA-Gold Seal, Funfest, Messenger,
Boys' Club, Senior Gift, Student Council Publicity, and
Junior Courtesy Committees, Pep, 4N, Youth for Christ
BARBARA KOSOKOFF-Funfest, Messenger Staff, Roll
President, Make - up, Standards, Junior Fund - Raising,
Senior Announcements Committees, Freshman, Sopho-
more Representative, "Bobbie",
JUNE C. KROM-Assistant Ad Manager, Messenger, Senior
Play, Funfest, Sophomore Representative, Ski, 4N, Pep,
Future Teachers of America Clubs, Senior Night. Girls'
SARANN E. LITTLEJOHN-Vice President, Pep Club, Usher,
P.-T. A. Dance, Social Welfare Committees, Future
Teachers of America, P.-T. A. League Bowling, Funfest,
Marshall Shorthand Club, Roll President.
SAM LOCKE-Cathay Club, Bookrocm Clerk.
VICKI LOCKE-First Vice-president, Girls' Club, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Cathay Club, Purple Paw Pledge Presi-
dent, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Cabinet, "G" Club,
Roll President, Senior Night Committee, Student Council.
DONALD LOUIE-Cathay Club, Funfest, Third Team Foot-
ball, Honor Society, Science Club, Intramural Sports.
MICHAEL LOWE-Third Team Football, Mid-Winter Can-
cert, Funfest, Operetta, Band, Orchestra.
BOB LUKE-President, Cathay Club, Bulldog Club, Funfest,
Arrow Photographer, Football Manager, Co-Chairman,
Junior Courtesy Committee, President, Photography
Club, Senior Representative, Inter-Club Council, Roll
PETER S. LUKE-Vice-president, Bulldog Club, Quill and
Scroll, Funfest, Layout Technician, 1956 Arrow, Intra-
mural Sports, Honor Society, Senior Gift, Boys' Club
Committees, Cathay Club, Senior Class, Junior Class
Representative, Study Hall Clerk.
MARY LYNN-Nurse's Aid, Chorus, "Nickle",
LEO MACK-4N, IOO-Mile Clubs, Roll Officer, Intramurals,
DON MAGNUS-Entered from Highline High School,
AL MAIMON-Senior Committee, 4N Club, Class Repre-
SALLY V. MAIMON-Gold Seal, Friendship, Red Cross,
Lost and Found Committees, 4N, Future Teachers of
America, Pep Clubs, Junior Representative.
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PATTI JEAN MALONE-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
Operetta, Fine Arts Committee, Marshall Shorthand
Club, Library Clerk.
CAROL ELAINE MANDAS-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
Operetta, Chorus, Roll Officer, Senior Prom Committee,
Pep, Automobile Clubs, Lions Club Committee, Junior,
Sophomore Class Representative.
SHIRLEY ROSE MANSON--Operetta, Chorus, Mid-Winter
Concert, Shorthand, Pep Clubs, Usher, Senior Typist
Committees, After-School Sports.
AL MAR-Varsity Football, Funfest, Second, Third Team
Football, Third Team Basketball, Track, Roll Officer,
Senior Publicity Committee, Cathay Club, Junior Class
FRANCES FE MARSHALL-Vice-president, "G" Club, Roll
Secretary, Make-up Committee, 4N Club, Senior Class
PETER MARTIN-Pen Staff, Senior Committee, 4N, Boys',
Pep Clubs, Library Clerk, "Pete".
TOSHIE MASUMOTO-President, "G" Club, Student Coun-
cil, Inter-Club Council, Gold Seal, Co-Chairman, Senior
Luncheon, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Girls' Club
Committee, Pep, 4N Clubs.
MARIAN MATHISON-Senior Play, Operetta, Funfest, Mid-
Winter Concert, Orchestra, Poster, Pep Club, Vocational,
Social Welfare Committees, Chorus.
WINFORD LARRY McCLENON-First Team Track, Mid-
Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus, Double Quartet, Roll
DAVE MILLER-Varsity Basketball, Gold Seal, Second
Team Baseball, Third Team Football, Basketball, Roll
Officer, Pep, Lettermen's Clubs, Sophomore Class Rep-
LUCILLE MINTZ-Honor Society, Braunschweig, Make-up,
Minute, Pep Assembly, Foreign Relations Committees,
4N Club, Study Hall Clerk.
CAROLE A. MITCHELL-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Op-
eretta, "G" Club, Senior Chorus, Roll Officer, Girls' Club
Committee,4N Club, Class Representative, Library Clerk.
PERCY MORIMOTO-Roll Officer, Ski, Radio, Pep Clubs,
Sophomore, Junior Class Representative, Radio Clerk,
Senior Prom Committee, Intramurals, "Putt".
GEORGIA JO MORRlSON-Secretary-Treasurer, Sopho-
more Class, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Purple Paw,
Funfest, Operetta, Messenger, Nonette, Senior Prom
Committee, Inter-High Council. ,
HARRY MOSCATEL-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Oper-
etta, Second Team Track, Intramural Basketball, Chorus,
Roll Officers, Honor Society, Senior Announcements
ARLENE MOSLER-Secretary, Purple Paw, Gold Seal,
Cabinet, Co-Chairman, Junior Prom, Roll President,
Senior Brunch, Girls' Club, Chairman Foreign Relations
Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs.
ELSIE MARIE MURRAY-Mid-Winter Concert, After School
Sports, Pep Club, Usher, Red Cross, Fine Arts Com-
KATASHI MYORAKU-Commencement Committee, Intra-
murals, Senior Class Representative, Roll Banker,
FREDERICK L. MCCOY-President, Bulldog Club, Student
Council, Senior Class, Honor Society Representative,
Senior Questionnaire, Boys' Club Committees, Junior
Class Representative, Intramurals, "Nick".
JAMES McCOY-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta,
Band, Swing Band, Orchestra, Roll President.
JANET MclLYAR-Entered from Bellevue, Washington, Mid-
Winter Concert, Operetta, Funfest, Chorus, Spades,
Usher, Social Welfare Committees, "Jan".
DONNA ELIZABETH MCQUAID-Senior Play, Mid-Winter
Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Roll Secretary, Gazette,
Senior Commencement Committees, Ski Club, Senior
Class Representative, Study Hall Clerk.
JANET MARIE MELBY-Student Director, Funfest, Quill and
Scroll, Co-chairman, Junior Class Skate Party, Purple
Paw, Senior Personnel, 1956 Arrow, Messenger, Chorus,
Roll President, Chairman, Assembly Committee, "Jannie".
ROGER METZGER-Third Team Football, Third Team
Tennis, 4N, Pep, Automobile Clubs.
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HITOSHI NAGAMATSU-First Team Golf, Roll Secretary,
Chess, Ski, Pep Clubs, Senior Gift Committee, Second
MARY Y. NAKAGAWA-Girls' Club Treasurer, Assistant
Editor, Pen,Vice-president,Junior Class, Advisory Board,
Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, "G" Club,
President, Orchestra, Roll Officer.
JUDY NAMBA-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Co-chairman, Senior
Courtesy, Finance, Girls' Club Committees, Funfest, "G"
Club Reporter, Shorthand Club, Senior Class Repre-
DARLENE NARANJO-Roll Officer, Honor Society, Com-
mencement, Junior Prom Committees, Pep Club, Junior
Class Representative, Office Attendance Clerk.
GRACE ANNE NEAL-Co-chairman Honor Society Pub-
licity, Usher, Fine Arts, Senior Gift Committees, Ad-
visory Board, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, "G" Club, Secre-
tary, President Marshall Shorthand Club, Honor Society
VERA MARIA NEUFELD-President, Future Teachers of
America, Vice-president. AN Club, Senior Play, Mid-
Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Nonette, Roll Secre-
tary, Inter-Club Council.
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HARLAN NEWSOM-Football Manager, Basketball Man-
ager, Boys' Club.
DOLORES NIEMAN-Gold Seal, Operetta, Mid-Winter
Concert, Nonette, Gazette Committee, Advanced Chorus,
Banker, 4N Club, Senior Play, "Dee".
LYNN NITSCHE-Roll Banker, Roll Secretary, Usher, Senior
Brunch Committees, 4N, Spade, Pep, Automobile Clubs.
GRACE NITTA-Left Garfield October l955.
KEIKO OIYE-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, "G" Club, Roll
Officer, Girls' Club, Senior Cap and Gown Commit-
tees, 4N, Pep, Shorthand Clubs.
SHARON OKAZAKI-Entered from Harrington High School,
Harrington, Washington. Mid-Winter Concert, After-
School Sport, Sand, Art, Social Welfare Committees,
PATRICIA OLLINGER-Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert, "G"
Club, After-School Sports, Senior Publicity, Make-up
Committees, Study Hall Clerk, Pep Club.
JOYCE ORLISS-Gold Seal, Chairman, Senior Announce-
ment Committee, Minute, P.Q., Standards Committees,
Funfest, Messenger, Honor Society, Pep Club, Junior
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JOHN O'SULLlVAN--Boys', Auto Clubs, Senior Gift Com-
KAREN OTTERHOLT-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Honor So-
ciety, Co-chairman, Senior Courtesy, Social Welfare,
Usher Committees, Pep, 4N Clubs.
DORSS L. PASCAL-Transferred from Cleveland High
School, Seattle. Mid'Winter Concert, Funfest, "G"
Club, After-School Sports, Red Cross, Vocational, Usher,
Senior Commencement Committees, Marshall Shorthand,
Pep Clubs, Senior Class Representative.
PATRICIA PAYNE-Courtesy, Lunchroom, Minute, Friend-
ship Committees, Spade, Shorthand, Pep Clubs.
JERRIE LEE PEACH-Ad Staff, Messenger, Red Cross,
P.-T. A. Committees, Pep Club.
MYRNA MAE PEARCE-"G" Club, Roll Banker, Honor
Society, Senior Commencement, Ped Cross Committees,
4N, Pep Clubs.
LYNN PEARSON'-Secretary, Ski Club, Gold Seal, Roll
Banker, Pep,, Assembly. Make-up, P.-T. A., Usher Com-
mittees, Shorthand, Pep Clubs.
SALLY PEDERSON.-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta,
Chorus, P.Q., Noon Program, Bulletin, Senior Prom
Committees, Senior Class Representative, Study Hall
LYNN ELISE PICKERING-Funfest, Chorus, Roll Banker,
Noon Program, Art, Cap and Gown Committees, 4N,
NORTON PINCHEV Boys Club
ROBB POOLE Senior Play Mid Winter Concert Funfest
Operetta Ski Club Bowling League Stage Crew
CONSTANCE G POON Secretary Cathay Club Gold
Seal Mid Winter Concert Funfest G Club Roll Secre
tary- Fine Arts Committees- Shorthand, Spades Clubs
SHELLY PRITCHARD-Automobile Club.
JOETTE MAXINE PROIETTE-"G" Club, After-School Sports,
Roll President, Fine Arts, Make-up, Red Cross Com-
mittees, 4N, Pep Clubs.
DOROTHY PROTTAS-Funfest, Roll Banker, Friendship,
Standards, Senior Announcements Committees, Study
NADlNE PRUZAN-Funfest, Pen, Messenger Staff, Roll
Officer, Honor Society, Ticket, Minute, Standard, Noon
Program, Senior Commencement Committees.
BILLIE JEAN PURDY-Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert, Fun-
fest, Operetta, "G" Club, Roll Secretary, Honor Society,
Chorus, Junior Class Representative,Co-chairman,Senior
FRANK RAABE-Honor Society, Boys' Club.
JIM RANKIN-President, Freshman Class, Gold Seal, Sec,
ond Team Track, Intramurals, Roll President, Secretary,
Honor Society, Senior Night Committee, Pep Club,
Junior Class Representaive.
ROBlN CATHLEEN REA-Red Cross, Fine Arts, Make-up,
Publicity Committees, Shorthand Club.
JOSEPH REASON-Boys', Pep Clubs, Basket Room Attend-
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DIANE GAY REEDY-Songleader, Cabinet, Purple Paw,
Funfest, Business Staff, Messenger, Chorus, Roll Banker,
Senior Prom Committee, Senior Class Representative,
THURSTON JAMES REUBEN JR.-Varsity Track, Third Team
Football, Intramurals, Second, Third Team Track, Roll
Banker, Study Hall Clerk,
CRAIG RILEY-Roll Banker, Junior Prom, Senior Night
Committees, Pep, 4N, Ski Clubs, Track.
ALEX RINGSTAD-Varsity Golf, Yell Team, Gold Seal,
Bulldog Club, Funfest, Operetta, Pen, Double Quartet,
Roll Officer, Senior Class Representative.
PATRlClA ANN RIPPER-Left Garfield January l956.
MARILYN W. ROBERTS-Cabinet, Messenger, Roll Banker,
Honor Society, Senior Courtesy Committee, 4N, Auto-
mobile, Pep Clubs, Senior Class Representative, Library
CALVrN ROBXNSON-4N, Pep, Chess, Hi-Y, Auto Clubs.
NATHANIEL ROBINSON-First Team Football, Track, Sec-
ond Team Football, Track, Intramural Basketball, 4N,
Lettcrmen's Clubs, Class Representative.
TOM ROBINSON-Funfest, Roll Banker, Ski. Pep Clubs,
Senior Night Committee, Class Representative.
DONNA JEAN ROGERS-Social Welfare, Teachers' As-
sistant, Study Hall Clerk, "G", Pep Clubs.
JOANNE K. ROHRBAUGH-Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert,
Operelta, Funfest, Business Manager, Messenger, Non-
ette, Roll Secretary, Senior Questionnaire Committee,
Future Teachers of America Club, Senior Class Repre-
JEAN FRANCES ROLLINS-Copy Staff, Messenger, Honor
Society, Usher, Social Welfare, Senior Publicity, Poster,
Publicity, Public Relations Committees, Ski Club, Sopho-
more Class Representative.
SONNY ROSE-Secretary-Treasurer, Boys' Club, Student
Council, Varsity Tennis, Advisory Board, Co-Chairman,
Senior Prom Committee, Sports Staff, Messenger, Third
Team Football and Basketball, Roll Officers, Lettermen's
EDWiNA ROSS-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta,
Chorus, Roll Secretary, Senior Publicity Committee,
Shorthand, Pep, 4N Clubs.
HAROLD ROSS-Second Team Golf, Intramural Sports,
Roll Banker, Pep Club, Senior Announcement Committee.
lRlS JEAN ROSS-Mid-Winter Concert, Social Welfare,
Usher, Cap and Gown Committees, Library Clerk, Basket
WlLLlE ROSS-Roll Banker, Funfest, Junior Class Repre-
sentative, Intramural Basketball.
DANNY ROUMM-Third Team Truck, Pep Club, Class Rep-
resentative, Bowling League.
SAM SADlS-Advanced Chorus, Third Team Football, Mid-
DOLORES I. SALGADO-Gold Seal, Honor Society Repre-
sentative, Attendance Office Clerk.
MARGARET SALONEN-Left Garfield, January l956.
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ALEXANDER L. SHEVALIER-Advisory Board, Varsity Foot-
ball, Gold Seal, Bulldog Club, Second Team Football,
Roll President, Student Council.
IRENE SHIGAKI-Student Council, Honor Society Repre-
sentative, Cabinet,Vice-president, Shorthand Club, Gold
Seal, Chairman, Activity Card Committee, Funtest,
After-School Sports Manager, Refreshment Committee,
Future Teachers of America.
HELENE SHINDELL-Ad Stott, Messenger, Funfest, Roll
Representative, Junior Class Representative, Gazette,
NEAL SHULMAN-Sports Editor, 1955 Arrow, Assistant
Editor, Messenger, Gold Seal, Second Team Football
and Track, Roll President, Commencement Committee,
Senior Representative, Ski Club.
HENRY SIMS-Varsity Football and Track, Second Team
Football and Track, Third Team Football, Senior Class
LEON SLADE-Lett Garfield, January 1956.
YVONNE SLADE-Shorthand, Usher Committees.
BILLIE JEAN SMITH-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Pen
Staff, Friendship, Standards, Vocational Committees,
Pep Club, Basket Room Attendant.
GEORGE SAMESHIMA-Roll Secretary, Honor Society,
Senior Gift Committee, Junior Class Representative.
JOYCE IRENE SANSBURN-Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert,
Operetta, Business Manager, Messenger, Chorus, Honor
Society Representative, Senior Courtesy, Girls' Club
Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs.
JOSEPH S. SAXON JR.-Entered from Los Angeles High
School, Sports Reporter, Messenger.
HERB SCHOENFELD JR,-Advisory Board, Yell King, Gold
Seal, Co-Chairman, Senior Questionnaire, Assembly
Committees, Second Team Tennis, Roll President, Banker,
Honor Society, Student Council.
GERALDINE SHAVERS-After-School Sports, Minute, P.Q..
Pep Assembly, Fine Arts Committees, Spades, 4N, Mar-
shall Shorthand Clubs.
REOLA SHAW-Left Garfield, January 1956.
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GRETCHEN de J. SMITH-Cabinet, Roll Officer, Usher,
Braunschweig, Friendship Committees, Pep, Spade Clubs,
Correspondence Chairman, International Relations,
Senior Commencement Committee, Lunchroom Cashier.
PHYLLIS FAYE SMITH-Senior Commencement Committee,
Pep Club, Pen Committees, P.-T.A. Bowling.
LOYAL SNYDER JR.-Co-chairman, Senior Publicity Com-
mittee, Co-chairman, Senior Play Publicity Committee,
Bulldog Club, Roll President, Captain, Usher Squad,
Honor Society Representative, Senior, Junior Represen-
LUCIA SONDLAND-President,4N Club, Song Queen, Fun-
fest, Roll President, Inter-Club Council, Chairman, Inter-
national Relations, General Assembly, Social Welfare,
Noon Program, Senior Announcements Committees.
PHYLLIS ANN SOULE-Secretary, Future Teachers of
America, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, "G" Club,
Co-chairman, Eligibility Committee, Honor Society,
Chairman, Library, Senior Commencement Committees,
MARY SPENCE--Pep Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
After-School Sports, Chorus, Roll Vice-president, P.-T. A.,
PATRICIA STAHLHUT-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Ad-
vanced Chorus, Honor Society, Pep Club, Red Cross
Committee, Junior Representative.
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INGRI STANG-Vice-president, Purple Paw, Quill and
Scroll, Co-chairman, Senior Gift, Junior Courtesy Com-
mittee, Funtest Manager, Business Manager, Pen,
Messenger, Roll Banker, Honor Society.
ALFRED STAUFFENBERG-Vice- president, Debate Club,
Senior Play, 4N, Pep Clubs, Senior Announcement
Committee, Stage Crew, "Skip".
DOUGLAS STEINHAUSER-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta,
Second, Third Team Football, Second Team Track, "Skip",
BOB STEVENS-Fishing, Pep, Auto Clubs, Second Team
Track, Roll President, Senior Gift Committee, Class
GEORGE ST EWART-Boys' Club.
STAN STONE-Treasurer, Pep Club, Funfest, Senior Ques-
tionnaire, Junior Commencement, All-City P.-T. A. Dance
Committees, Hawaiian. 4N Clubs, Basketroom Attend-
ORA LEE STOUDAMIRE-Entered from Pine Bluff, Arkan-
sas, Chorus, Lost and Found Committee.
TED STYLIANOPOULOS-Yell Team, Gold Seal, Funfest,
Junior, Senior Roll Officer, Senior Night Committee,
Co-chairman, Poster Committee, 4N, Pep Clubs, Senior
BRIAN J. SULLEY-Gold Seal, Funfest, Honor Society,
4N Future Teachers of America Clubs
SHIG JOHN TSUTSUMI-lntramural, Roll Officer, Pep Club,
Sophomore, Junior Class Representative, Honor Society.
MELVIN TURNER-Intramural Basketball, Junior Skate
Party Committee, Senior Class Representative.
MITSUKO UMINO-Gold Seal, Funfest, Typist, 1956 Arrow,
"G" Club, Roll Officer, Girls' Club, Senior Commencee
ment Committees, Sophomore Representative, Attend-
DENISE UTT-Entered from Holy Names, Seattle, Song-
leader, Gold Seal, Senior Play, Funfest, Junior Prom,
Senior Courtesy, Girls' Club Committees.
JANET RUTH VANDERLIP-Pep, Spades Clubs, Social,
Health Committees, Girls' Club.
SHARON VERVYNCK-Left Garfield, January 1956.
CAROL ANN VINING-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Funfest, 1954
Pen Staff, 1955 Arrow Staff, 1956 Messenger Staff,
Social Welfare, Junior Prom, Senior Cap and Gown
Committees, Junior Class Representative.
BETTY VON ROTZ--Masque and Gavel, Gold Seal, Stu-
dent Director, 1955 Senior Play, Mid-Winter Concert,
Operetta, Honor Society, Usher, Social Welfare, Senior
Publicity Committees, Pep Club.
MARTIN WALKER-Secretary-Treasurer, Bulldog Club, Roll
Banker, Senior Gift Committee, 4N Club, "Mert".
BEN T. TAKASHIMA-Gold Seal, Funfest, Roll President,
Honor Society, Junior Class Representative.
OWEN TAKENAGA-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Ad'
vanced Band, Roll Banker, Ski Club, Senior Courtesy
Committee, Sophomore Class Representative.
SHUZO TAKEUCHI-Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Fun-
fest, Band, Roll Banker, Honor Society, 4N Club, Senior
CAROLE B. TAYLOR-Mid-Winter Concert, Roll Officer,
Make-up, Minute Committees, Messenger.
ALAN THAL-Funfest, Roll President, B.C.O., Senior Brunch
Committees, Junior Class Representative, Honor Society.
JOANN BEA THOMAS-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta,
Chorus, Social Welfare, Gazette, P.-T. A. Committees.
YASUO TOKiTA-Advisory Board, Student Council, Gold
Seal, Funfest, Reporter. Messenger, Roll President,
Senior Gift Committee, 4N Club, Senior Class Repre-
sentative, Projection Crew.
GENEVA TOLLIVER-Usher, Lost and Found Committees.
HARRY TOSHI-Varsity Football, Second and Third Teams
Football, Second Team Track, Band, Senior Publicity
Committee, Co-chairman Junior Commencement Com-
LUCY M. TOWNSEND-Chairman, Senior Cap and Gown
Committee, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, "G" Club,
Gazette, Chorus, Pep, Spade, Shorthand Clubs, Senior
DENNIS TSUBOI-Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Fun-
fest, Band, Roll President, Senior Gift, Grounds Com-
mittees, Future Teochers of America, Pep Clubs, "Drag".
JANET TSURU-Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Cabinet,
Funfest, Copy Editor, Pen, "G" Club, Roll Officer, Pep
Club, Senior Courtesy Committees.
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EURADELL WALLACE--Funfest, Lost and Found Commit-
tee, "Little Bit".
AUDREY JEAN WALLER-Junior Prom, Usher Committees,
Social Welfare, Pep, Marshall Shorthand Clubs, Nurse's
PHIL WAMBA-Gold Seal, Roll President, Honor Society,
Activity Cord Committee, 4N Club, Junior Class, Honor
TOM WARREN-Bulldog Club, International Relations,
Senior Courtesy Committees, 4N Club.
JOYCE WASHINGTON-Girls' Club.
ERDIE WICKLIFFE-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus,
Roll Banker, Friendship, Social Welfare Committees,
CAROL ANN WILLIAMS-Social Welfare, Standards,
Friendship. P.Q. Committees, Spade, Pep Clubs, Girls'
DONALD L. WILLIAMS-Entered from Carver High School,
Florida, Mid-Winter Concert, Intramural Basketball,
Band, Roll President.
DOUG WILLIX-President, Bulldog Club, Secretary, Honor
Society, Gold Seal, Head Photographer, I956 Arrow,
Student Council, Inter-Club Council, Chairman, Publicity
Committee, Lions Club, Senior Prom Committees, Color
PATRICIA ANN WINSTON-AssistontCopy Editor, Messen-
ger, Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert, Manager, Committee
Head, "G" Club, Advanced Chorus, Honor Society,
Senior Prom, Standards, Co-chairman, Gazette Com-
mittees, 4N Club.
CAROLE M. WOLFIN-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Oper-
etta, Messenger, Chorus, Roll Officer, Cop and Gown
Committee, Study Hall Clerk.
MING WONG--Funfest, Radio, Cathay Clubs.
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WINYAO WONG-Co-editor, I956 Arrow, Student Coun-
cil, Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Color Guard, Bulldog
Club, Layout Technician, i955 Arrow, Senior Gift Com-
mittee, Physical Science Club, "Winnie".
JIM WOO-Honor Society, Treasurer, Cathay Club, Usher,
Senior Gift Committees, Bulldog Club, Roll Officer,
Funfest, Sophomore Class Representative.
DAN J. WRIGHT--4N Club Representative, Gym Clerk,
JUDY WRIGHT-Secretary, Girls' Club, President, Junior
Class, Secretary, Student Council, Advisory Board, Gold
Seal, Chairman, Junior Prom, Purple Paw, Funfest, Roll
President, Ticket Committee.
PHYLLIS YOOK-Songleader, Gold Seal, "G" Club, Roll
President, Vocational, Health Junior Skate, Senior Ques-
tionnaire Committees, Honor Society Representative,
Study Hall Clerk.
RON YOSHIDA-Gold Seal, Funfest, Band, Senior Prom,
Public Relations, Junior Class Committees, Junior, Senior
Representative, Bosketroom Attendant, "Mamo".
EU LA YOUNG-Girls' Club.
SHIRLEY YUEN-Assistant Copy Editor, Messenger, Gold
Seal, Cabinet, Purple Pow, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest,
Operetta, "G" Club, Senior Brunch Committee, Short-
Row One: Marva Hayne, Marian Hunter, Carrie
Brightman, Justamona Blakely, Barbara Bowman,
Row Two: James Dykeman, Virginia Chung, Gayle
Cook, Stan Stone, Don Fisher, Herb Schoenfeld,
Ann Lisco, Phyllis Yook.
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Row One: Kathryn Baba, Diane Reedy, Marilee
Constantine, Carol Mandas.
Row Two: Vera Neufeld, Pat Winston, Carrolle
Fair, Sally Pederson, Georgia Morrison, Mickey
Goldfarb, Doris Eng.
Row Three: Steve Hansel, Phil Frink, Doug Willix,
Al Caplan. Ron Yoshida, Sonny Rose, Pierre Jolly,
Row One: Fern Jue, Frances Marshall, Bill Cole,
Martin Walker, Katherine Cross, George Same-
Row Two: Cindy Knowles, lngri Stang, Jim Woo,
Bob Stevens, George Komoriya, Peter Luke,
Dennis Tsuboi, Winyao Wong.
Row One: Wesley Graves, Joe Hill, Lillie Moe
Knauls, Vicki Locke, Mary Nakagawa, Marcia
Row Two: Bob Hiroo, Tom Robinson, Carol Christie,
June Krom, Charlie Fry, Beth Fujii, Craig Riley,
Ted Stylianopoulos, Jim Rankin, Korle Dresen.
Row One: Janet Melby, Lucille Mintz, Betty Ann
Chiba, Toshie Masumoto, Joanne Abe, Frances
Harada, Shirley Bushnell.
Row Two: Carolyn Berch, Manette Coleman, Arlene
Mosler, Larry Barokas, Jim Grant, Sandy Dreiling.
Row Three: Lynn Nilsche, Bob Hassan, Al Maimon,
Al DeJaen, Bob Aronson, Leila Huber, Lynn Pear-
son, Shirley Yuen.
Row One: Nancy Gadberry, Lucia Sondland,
Grelchen Smith, Joyce Orliss.
Row Two: Billie Jean Purdy, Ann Kaylor, Carole
Miichell, David Miller, John Gray, Colleen Brown,
Row Three: Alfred Slauffenberg, Jim Hatfield,
Harry Moscatel, Sieve Kaye, Dorolhy Prollas,
Bobbie Kosokoff, Helen Shindell.
Row One: Janet Fukuda, Barbara Danz. Mozell
Glasper, Irene Chikata.
Row Two: Phyllis Soule, Kafashi Myoraku, Bill Ke-
fauver, Neal Shulmon, Vic Kiharo, Alex Ring-
slad, Bud Friedman.
Row Three: Phyllis Smilh, Nadine Pruzan, Darlene
Naranio, Tazue Kiyona, Namie Furumolo, Dale
lrvine, Pauline Asaba, Myrna Pearce, Milsuko
Row One: Pat Ollinger, Dorothy King, Gloria
Row Two: Edwina Ross, Yvonne Barr, Jean Rollins,
Sue Anderson, Bill Ishida, Marian Mothison.
Row Three: Loyal Snyder, Peler Block, Terrence Eng,
Al Beuchel, Al Mor, Akira lchikawa, Karen
FAI' AND GOW'N
Row One: Bob Luke, Carol Vining, Margarel Cheo-
tham, Keiko Oiye, Irene Shigoki, Stan Bloch.
Row Two: Iris Jean Ross, Lucy Townsend, Carole
Wolfin, Jerry Boss. Gay Diamond, Bob Johnson,
Row Three: Maryann Halgren, Lynn Pickering,
Marly Gorrill, June Krom, Harold Jaffe, Shuzo
Takeuchi, Bobbi Bell, Dolores Salgado.
Row One: Karen Gunnison, Verna Hook, Joelle
Proielle, Owen Takenoga, Palricio L. Payne,
Joyce Sonsburn, Denise UH.
Row Two: Janet Tsuru, Judy Nomba, Karen Oller-
holl, Ann Edmundson. Marilyn Roberls, Carol
ED DELGAN ART KONO MARY METCALF REIKO KIHARA BOBBY SAUNDERS
Advisor Presrdent Vrce president Secretary Treasurer
OR JUNIORS the begmnmg of the school year holds nelther apprehen
saon nor the burden of leadershup However they have vast opportu
nxtles to accomplush thelr separate ambltlons Thus as an Important year In
whtch dlllgent study and the assuming of responslblltty should stand first
By the end of the school year the lumors begun to take over authorltatnve
offices and to full oppolntments ln other posltlons Their future now becommg
secure they look anxnously toward a glorlous semor year
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Advisor President Vice president Secretary Treasurer
INCE most of the Sophomores were new to Garfield they felt a llttle
strange In a bewildering new atmosphere At first they had trouble
fmdmg the thnrd floor annex and the Iunchroom through the overcrowded
halls ln time the newness wore otf and the eager Sophomores lolned ln
the actlvltues of school llfe They were the first to sign up on all avaalable
committees and participate In the various clubs lt wasnt long before they
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VERY YEAR on a bright September mornlng a shiny freshly
waxed bulldmg as mvaded by an army of boisterous youths
Some of these oncommg students are returnmg to famullar class
rooms and faces For others It ns the begmnmg the begrnnmg of
thelr hugh school careers
The class of l959 whlch will be the last group of Freshmen
at Garfield, entered with such a small enrollment that It was some
tume before the rest of the students discovered their presence Not
to be dnscouraged by thelr lack of size or number, the Freshmen
went on to complete a profitable year
Row One Mike Cadden Robert Barnes Marlene Polack Fannle Manmng Melvin Genauer Caude Gold
Row Two Jlm Torrance Arthur S Perkins Leslle Sue Thode Sharon Smith Fred Berrysmlth Patty Newlun
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HE SUCCESS of a seaport depends upon the combined
efforts of every cntrzen From the captaln to the la
borer each plays an active part an the constant hum of
actuvlty along the waterfront
The mdrvldual also us the basis of Garfleld s actlvltles
whlch are governed by the students and guuded by the
faculty Meetlngs are held before and after school but the
favorite hour IS lunchtime A common sight at noon s a
committee huddled In a corner consclenhously dlscussnng
business whale devouring their food
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Advisor President First Vice-president
EWILDERMENT as soon gone from the thoughts of each new gurl
as she opens Garfield s door to frlendshlp On the flrst day
she IS usnered about by her Bug Saster , the Gurls Clubs tlrst
progect of the year About the first of October, every gurl lS given
an opportunity to sign up for a committee Having chosen one,
she begms to functlon by workmg on that commlttees monthly
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KATHRYN BABA Donls ENG JUDY oosLlN VERNA Hook LILLIE MAE KNAULS
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BETH FUJll JUDY WRIGHT MARY NAKAGAWA
Second Vice-president Secretary Treasurer
HE standards of the Hlgh School Creed are followed and
enforced by fIve offncers, an advIsory board, and a cabInet
The offIcers are the admInIstratIve body fuIfIIIIng the requIrements
of theIr IndIvIdual dunes The advIsory board IS busy throughout the
year enforcmg all reguIatIons The CClblnel IS composed of the
co chaIrmen of each commIttee who meet every Tuesday to Iron out
dIffIcultIes In theIr prolects
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HOUGH It exhlblts Men Only sgns the BCO as he
Garfneld s he mens hideaway where femlnme intruders are
not usually encountered The mann room of the B C O IS decorated
wnth pennams vnvld mountain palntungs and dnstmgulshed photo
graphs of past Boys Club presudents In the muddle of the room
slts a battered table here many conferences and bonsterous meet
mgs are undertaken The floor bears the worn mark of many tram
plung size I2 s and a wobbly chair shows evidence that at has quite
a few wreckmg experlences
BACHELORS CLUB IN SESSION
JOHN BASS MULLAN cH1NN JOHN DARE sTEvE ESCAME PHIL FRINK
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Vrce president Secretary Treasurer
FF THE mann B C O are found two separate oversized closets
One IS lhe domlclle of Mr Crlbley whose drawlmg wlttlclsms
are forever appreclated The other ns the offucual office for the
three Boys Club officers
Though the BCO IS a refuge for all boys It IS most often
occupied by twelve All Amerlcan looking boys who are known as the
Advisory Board Thenr eagle eyes are forever on guard and woe
to the culpnt who IS caught In a mlsdeed
GARVER GAYTON ALAN HAsELwooD v c KIHARA ART KoNo HERB SCHOENFELD YAsuo TOKITA
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First Row Anna Belle Shaw Advisor Raelene Gold Presndent lngrl Stang Vlce president Joanne Abe Kathryn Baba Yvonne Barr
Second Row Arlene Mosler Secretary Margot David Treasurer Shrrley Bushnell Katherrne Cross Pat Felhs Beth FUIII
Thrrd Row Ann Kaylor Sue Klnney Tazue Kryono Candy Knowles Wendy Knudson Vlckl Locke .lanet Melby Georgia Morrrsan
Fourth Row Mary Nakagawa Grace Neal Kelka Orye Karen Otferholt Duane Reedy Phyllxs Soule Judy Wrrght Shirley Yuen
URPLE PAW members are recognized by thelr lavender tles with P P
ensugnras These gurls are constantly an the process of makmg therr
rmmedlate protect a success Good scholarship partrclpatron In actrvatres,
and a pleasrng personalrty are requirements for membershrp rn thus semor
gurl honorary servrce club The motto, Always ready to lend a helplng
hand was regularly practiced as the Purple Paws did everythmg from
forming pep sections for athletuc contests to grvmg a Christmas party for
the deaf children at the Seattle Hearrng Center
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T EVERY basketball and football game, senior boys, exhibiting
orange and black arm bands, are masterfully keeping Gar-
field's wildly emotional rooters from getting out of control. In
a dignified manner, they sturdlly hold up ropes and keep the
exhllarated mob off the playing field or court These are members
of the Bulldog Club, an honorary service club for senior boys
Besides ushering, Bulldog members are constantly at work on
patriotic deeds for the school
First Row Mr Crlbley Doug Willix Roy Dotson Chuck Crystal
Second Row Fred McCoy Peter Luke Martin Walker
DOUG WILLIX President
ROY DOTSON Vice president
CHUCK CRYSTAL Secretary Treasurer
FRED MCCOY President
PETER LUKE Vice president
MARTIN WALKER Secretary Treasurer
Third Row Peter Block Mullan Chinn Harold Deutsch Roger Dunbar Don Fisher Bob Hlroo Brian Kyte
Fourth Row Bob Luke Alex Rlngstad Alex Shevalier Loyal Snyder Tor-1 Warren Wnnyao Wong Jim Woo
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First Row Kathryn Baba Shirley Bushnell Pat Feltus Beth Full: Raelene Gold Judy Goslln
Second Row Verna Hook Sue Kinney Lillie Mae Knauls Wendy KnuJson
Third Row Vicki Locke Tosh: Masumoto Janet Melby Georgia Morrison
Fourh Row Mary Nakagawo Lucia Sondland Sue Williamson Judy Wright Denise Utt Phyllis Yook
T IS SAID that election to Radiance Roll is the highest honor a girl can
achieve at Garfield. What could be so rewarding as knowing one has
inspired others in some little way? The Roll is determined by permitting
each girl to nominate three who have been inspirational through their friend-
liness, sincerity, leadership and school service.
At an assembly the Radiance Roll is announced by Mr. Hanselman,
The honored girls come to the stage to receive corsages and memorial
booklets. Throughout the day the radiant ones reply with grateful thank-yous
to many warm congratulations.
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Left to Right Art Kono Doug Wllllx Bob Blomgren Dave Holden Wlnyao Wong
ITH starched stiffness, the color guards, composed of student
leaders, march onto the stage for all assemblres It as qulte an
ordeal for the boys to don thenr unaccustomed sults Nevertheless It
IS an honored duty they accept wlth dlgnlty
Clad nn white mnddles and navy blue skirts and sweaters, the
gurls color guard participates ln Girls Club assemblies
Left to Rrgl-at Janet lwogo Sandra Marshall Carolyn Berch Vlrglnla Chung Lorlta Delma
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ONSISTING of three delegates from each Seattle hugh school Interhugh Councul unutes
uts All Cuty representatuon unto cu useful and profutable body The Councul meets
monthly and us composed of three umportant commuttees Traffuc and Safety Law En
forcement and Sportsmanshup Garfueld s representatuves to Inter hugh unclude Georgua
Morruson Phul Frunk Steve Hansel lPresudent of the Councull and Mr Maxey Advusor
Besudes workung on common problems the Councul sponsored the Fall Leadershup
Traffuc and Seabeck Conferences and also campaugned for a safe and sane Halloween
Inter hugh Councul us a vutcul organ un All Cuty hugh school student leadershup
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE
SPORTSMANSHIP COMMITTEE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE
Advisors: Leslie Cribley, Mildred Bell, John Maxey
BOB BLOMGREN JUDY WRIGHT SHERLEY BUSHNELL
President Secretory President
T DE T CIIUNCIL
TUDENT GOVERNMENT IH acnon IS best illustrated at a student councul meeting
held every Frlday lunchtime In room 'll7 The members of this democratic
body are representatnves from the varlous clubs and orgamzatlons
Here the contemporary Issues and problems at Garfield are cured and
solutions voted upon Before bemg put to a motion heated disagreements fre
quently arise as lunlor polmcnans debate thelr oplmons Amid the confuslon of
mo :ons questions and flllbus ernng Dobert s rules of procedure are often abused
ln the end however lus Ice truumphs as the council settles one Important matter
after ano her
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JOHN MAXEY CARVER GAYTON RAELENE GOLD BARBARA DANZ BILL COLE
Advrsor President Vlce president Secretary Treasurer
OFF TO SELL PEANUTS FOR POLIOL
HERE ARE many varned clubs at Garfield each wuth a dnfferent program
and range of actlvmes They serve as outlets for special nn erests
whuch cannot be covered ln the classroom lnterclub Council ns composed of
a presudent from each club They work together to solve common problems
and work on prolects where everyone's support vs needed
The flrst prolect undertaken by lnterclub Councnl was the decorating
of rooms ll9 and 230 for displays on Back to School Nlght Competutlon
rose as each club vled to see who had the most unique exhublt
Durmg January, again all the clubs lomed forces for a "Peanuts for
Polio" campalgn Each club member canvassed an asslgned terrutory,
selling peanuts for donatuons All proceeds went to the Poluo Drive
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-lUTOWl0BlI E CLUB
Brian Callahan .lerry Bass Bobby Johnson
The Auto Club was newly organuzed thus year
Trafflc Safety Week whnch was the mann protect of
the year was observed by all of Garfneld An as
sembly and car check brought the student body Into
Valene Chmn .lam Woo Bob Luke Connie Poon
The Cathay Club consisting of the Chinese stu
dents completed an active year These were
exhlbuted at football games by the student body
Mlke Teltoft Elizabeth Martm
Afternoons of mtrngulng games were enloyed by
all members of the Chess Club A team of the fave
best players In the club played nn tournaments wnth
DPBKTI' fl UB
George Dugan Eluzabeth Martm Shurley Warren
The Debate Club enabled nts members to dnsplay
their ablllty rn thlnklng and speaking Outstanding
ebate awards ln the ctty were glven to Elizabeth
Martm and George Dugan
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Gerald Beppu Rober Shnmomuro Paul Klmura
The former Fnshung Club by changnng nts name to
the Sportsmans Club opened nts membershup to
hunters as well as flshermen
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Phrl Frank Bull ls :da Dave Holden
The Lettermen s Club llmlted to athletes who have
earned a varslty letter had its annual PICHIC In the
Dorothy Kung Sarann Lnttlelohn
Loyal members of the Pep Club met before school
to arouse school spmt and to plan prolects Makmg
banners and performrng sklts for football and as
ketball assemblies were among their actlvltles
lucy Sondland Coppy Huber Vera Neufeld
The 4N Club consusts ot members who are study
:ng or have studied a forergn language Imaginary
trnps to other countries are taken during meetings
The club IS known for nts cookles which are llberally
Mary Nakagawa Phyllis Soule Vera Neufeld
The Future Teachers of Ameruca us a national or
gamzahon which studies the opportunities of the
teaching professnon The James A Garfreld chapter
recelved nts charter thus year
INTBIIN XTIIIN ll
Bull Volkersz Lucy Sondland Carol Frenberg
The lnternatlonal Relations Organlzatlon helps to
promote lnternatlonol understandmg at Garfleld Thus
year an exchange student to Braunschwelg Ger
many was chosen
Greg Vederoff Martin Walker Bill Volkersz
At Photography Club meetings each member not
only displayed and discussed his "pride and icy",
his camera, but also benefited from excursions,
movies, and lectures.
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Marlorie Omoru David Fukui Don Salonen
Radio Club members studied the Inside story of
our everyday radio by entering the world of elec
tronics and electricity
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Katherine Cross Tazue Kiyono Grace Neal
Future secretaries learned of the business world
in the Shorthand Club A special room for short
hand students to practice during study period was
kept up by the club
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Peter Block Sue Kinney John Dare
A trip to Stevens Pass was a successful activity
planned by the Ski Club Movies of skiers on white
sloping hills were often shown during meetings
Penny Pettit Joanne Grandstrand
Members of the Spade Club whose aim was to
help spastic children were frequently found making
dolls and other toys Another activity was entertain
ing the children at their school
SUSAN MCPHERSON BARBARA DANZ DICK HUTCHINGS DOUG WILLIX
Advisor President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer
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bers, the scholarly appearance lust IS not rn style lnstead, this
ganlzatlon consls s of students, full of life, working to achieve scholarshlp
and to gave school servlce These students are recogmzed by the puns they
wear The purple emblems wuth one and two bars are worn by the Sopho
more and Junior members, respectively Sensors wear the Gold Seal
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Fnrst Row Susan Anderson Karen Gunnlson lrene Chlkata
Kathryn Baba Dorothy Kung Katherine Cross Mary Gates
Frances Haroda Namne Furumoto 'oanne Abe Betty Ann
Second Row Jeanne Jones Gayle Cook Barbara Danz
Vlrgunna Chung Tozue Kayono Poulme Asaba Harold
Jaffe Steve Escame Bob Huroo
Third Row Wendy Knudson Ann Kaylor Sharon Hart Beth
Full: Pat Feltls Margot David Candy Knowles Dans Eng
Vlctar Klhora Akira lchlkowo
Fourth Row John Kulander George Komoraya Peter Block
Carolyn Berch John Dare Dale lrvme Duck Hutchings
Mullan Chrnn Davnd Hassan
Fnfth Row Juris Andrelka Dalnls Faltens Bob Blomgren
Charlme r teve Hansel up Fr: k Sydney
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Fnrst Row Carol Freuberg Valerne Chmn Janet lwago
Nanci Goldsmldt Barbara Brandt Judy Aronson Pnscllla
Chan Sora Botuste Paul Genung
Second Row Irene Foy Betty Echngo Joanne Granstrand
Elonne French Pat: Desklns Beatnce Corlthers Annette
Brazier Mark Helbrunn Dovld Block
Ttnrd Row Norma Hurota Coppy Huber Anne Dodd
Barbara Hubbard Sharon Callahan
Fourth Row Roger Shlnomura Frank Guldseth Alex Jou
as y Gerald Beppu Bl I Brend Fu llpl Rnc ar
Flfth Row Duck Foley Bob Honda Arthur Wong Stuart
Schaln Mac Kennedy Brian Mulron Jack Barouh
Sxth Row Art Tokohora Rex Alluson Jxm Margolns Don
Duwe Bobby Saunders Wayne Gndlo'
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Front Row Grace Kose Theresa dela Cerno Bonme Jo
Balagot Betty Hlroo Bettie Dee Bcbalre Jo Ann Baba
Janet Kudo Vera Chan Corazon Domondo Cynthia Kan
Ruth Matsumoto Klnuko Orye Julianne Otoshl
Second Row Sndney Cutler Harold Belmont Barbara Boker
Margaret Hall Pam Campbell Janet Kobata Arllne Kang
Sonya Habib Sue Frnedmon Sandra Cordova Lmda
Maekawo Gall Mukol
Thlrd Raw Elizabeth Boulton Winona Haynes Nancy
Crogun Wanda Haynes Hnroko lchnkowo Jamce Hoyoshn
Lorlta Delma Suzanne Hara Donna Baxter Esther
De Leon Jennufer Mosley Kendy MacCcll
Fourth Row Bruce Cadwell Bob Haselwood May Klhara
Rochelle Blumenthal Betty Fitch Peggy Brlckley Glnny
Colcock Horruet Buck Lynn Colvo Martha Kuncaud Mlm:
Fltth Row Stoffon Carlson Bob LaBow John DeBruyn George
Du C1 Jerry Oflock Ameluo Hall Luz Holta Duane
Brudevold Carolee Danz Grace Mann Ola Mae Mntchell
Sixth Row Kenny Barrett Mel Chinn Dennis Francisco
Maury Clark Dowd Cordas Evelyn Freeman Beryl Barber
Hopkln Chinn Aklhlko Mlhara
Seventh Row Stanley Goong Al Pease Alvln Bockman
Gordon Chun Davnd Radlnsky Gretchen Mathers
Erghth Row Chuck Howard Tom Harader Ken Copher Joe
Phllllppay John Mocklnn Paul Mor Ken Morlyosu
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JIM MARGOLIS IRENE SHIGAKI PHYLLIS SOULE
Publicity Chairman Student Council Publicity Chairman
URING all the month of September, the Honor Soclelys three officers
and five committee chairmen are found scurrying about in an effort
to count eligibility points Membership in this exclusive organization is
based upon grade and service points The Senior members must earn one
hundred and twelve points to keep their Gold Seals when they graduate
This is an honor valued highly by everyone
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First Row Carol Vnnxng Phyllis Yook Janet Tsuru Arlene
Masler Georgia Morrison Toshne Masumato Dolores
Nieman Judy Namba Mary Nakagawa Keiko Onye Irene
Shugakn Mltsuko Umnno
Second Row Vick: Locke Judy Wright Shuzo Takeuchl
Dennis Tsubal Alex Shevaller PhllWamba Lynn Pearson
Denise Utt Sally Maumon Connie Poon Colleen Brown
Third Row Yasuo Toklta Wxnyao Wong Fred McCoy Herb
Schoenteld Ted Styllanopoulos Jim Rankin Joyce Orluss
Shirley Yuen Grace Neal Betty Von Rotz
Fourth Row Doug Wlllxx Ronald Yoshida Alex Rnngstad
Ben Takashnma Dave Muller Delroy Richardson Brian
Sully Phyllis Soule
TW 0 Bill
First Row Revko Kuhara Tomoko Kawaguchn Lillian Uena
Margie McKenzie Bobbie Kamel Shirley Punchev Huroko
Klyonaga Tomlko Tsullhara Judy Poon Pat Locke Janet
Woron Gerry Reed
Sally Smiles Gerru Tokayoshl Mae Etta Scott Elizabeth
Martin Jane Tanaka Aiko Yanaguhara
Third Row Carolyn Purnell Pat Sheumaker Hermine Pruzan
lyna L le Laura Kung Skaldrlte Krumlns Shirley
Warren Anita Maxwell Judy Shulman
Fourth Raw Zaya Ll Sarah Mortord Charles Lewis Joan
Pickard Betty Wherry Paul Tomita Noruhlko Mlhara
Fifth Row Yuzo Toknta Marty Stennhauser Sharon Ostrott
Dian O Brien Nancy Schoenteld Akira Mornguchu
Sixth Row George Martin Art Kono Gyneth Smith Adelle
Sandberg Patti Meves Linda Rotenberg Suzi Williamson
Seventh Row Mltsuo Kikuchi Lanny Kaneko Ben Kase Bill
Volkersz Henry Mar John Stelnhauser Bill Nakashlma
Eighth Row Herb Smith Jake Tarlca Jan Storle Greg
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Flrst Row Frank Tsullhara Bert Schreiber Leuda Send Sula
Send Jo Ann Morrison Mudge Sunger Bette Woron Amy
Sanba Janet Sakamoto Kathleen Tomita Marguerite
Luke Maxine Loo
Second Raw Gaul Plckerxng Irene Shaun Margorue Omorl
Lynne Thomas Mallnda Pangborn Kay Stylnanopoulos
Margaret Price Cynthia Spencer Lily Nakao Ellen
Numoto Judith Tamaki
Third Row Joanne Kanaya Pauline Lee Pauline Woo Judy
Leong Hideki Obayashn Barbara Cooper Donna Daven
port Carla Van Grues Marlon Tagawa Kaye Nelson
Fourth Row David Fukui Kenneth Aoki Marlon Tsutsumu
Laurie Johnson Masako Nakamura Duane Saltman Eddie
Stern Steve Sherman Lynn Wyatt
Filth Row Tom Kawahara Pete Eng Norm Furukawa
Richard Koyama Gary Levlas Robert Wade Vlc Shlnoda
Sixth Row Richard Nomura Melvin Buckner Bull O Donnell
Jlro Suguro Steve Thal Tum Tucker Harvey Taback
Mike Yamashlta Allen Harader Susuml Tsutsuml
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ALF AWAKE the roll presidents stumble Into room 23l every
Monday mornung at 8 30 Desplte the time of these early
sessions, the representahves manage to conduct an lnformahve
meetung, vntal to school government
On Tuesday mornnng these messengers report to therr roll the
busmess at hand Class and club prolects are generally announced
as well as the actlvltles of the Student Council
lf ALL BOLL
Front Row Morllee Constantme Vncku Locke
Phyllts Yook Kathryn Boba Shurley Pun
chev Mudge Snnger Joey Shaun Irene
Shaun Grace Kose Theresa dela Cerno
Second Row Lou Gore Grace Amon Jaette
Protette Mollnda Pongborn lynn Jaffe
Meltnda Townsend Luz Ho tl Janet
Shahan Betty Wndner Jum Hnllnker
Thtrd Raw Georgia Ltndstrom Brent Cook
Ted Styllonopoulos Peter Block Pot Reedy
lshlda Dennis Tsubol Don Wllluoms
Ken Bushnell Yasuo Taktta
Fourth Row Elsie Lamb Suzu Wullnamson
Pnerre Jolly Pete Gohlhoff Bob Spantel
ner Don Fusher Herb Schoenteld Allen
rader B ll Htl
lfth Raw Sam Sadus Sonny Rose Harold
Thomas Jerry Bass James McCoy Fred
INDI I Slfl lKl"l' lllll'S
Front Row Mary Spence Francus Harada
Tamxko Tsullhoro Mary Nakagowa Pat
ynn Dee Rose Barbara Danz Jerry
Back Row Kaye Nelson Carolee Danz Mae
Etta Scott Donna Baxter Vtrgunlo Chung
Pat Ollrnger Barbara Cooper Bettne Dar
ne Jackle Mowny Nancy Crogln
Thvrd Row Sharon Callahan Nancy Mc
anahan on Desklns Verna Hook
Shuzo Takeuchl Mark Heulbrunn Arthur
Wong Vrctor Lef
Fourth Row Penny Pettlt Conwy Huber Sue
Tenney Wendy Knudson Wuntord Mc
lenon m Margolus Bll Kefauyer
Bill I ll XNIQI4 IIS
Flrst Row Sidney Cutler Jon White Cynthra
Spencer Keiko Yanagthoro Klnuko Olye
Cynthto Kan Marlorue Omar: Joanne Abe
Bette Woron Eleanor Kosokoff
Second Row Delores Gunmont Wng K
Wong Darlene Moulanen Hermune Pruzon
Harrnet Buck Nornhlko Mlhara Barbara
Jean Butler Margaret Cheatham
Thrrd Row Rlchard Nakano Lynn Pearson
Barbara Maeske Carol Mandas Pattt
Meves Daynd Azose Shuzo Takeuchl
Yozo Tokuta Patsy Dale
Fourth Row lngrl Stang Crndy Know es
Stephen Wong Darts Eng Katasht My
oraku Charlwe Cadwell Bull Nakashlmo
1 h Row Morttn Walker Bull McGraw
Gtlbert Johnson Bill Volkersz
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except Monday the president calls the class to order 10 read
the daily bulletin which announces meetings club protects, and
other school activities As soon Os these buts of information have
been absorbed a discussion usually follows about anything from
grades to games The secre ary takes minutes from these meetings
and also records the sales made on tickets and activity cards On
Tuesdays the banker dominates the scene by acting as cashier for
the thrifty students
SI'IllNln INDI I
Rowe One Judy Wright Bonnie Balagot
Cynthia Kan Lucia Sondland Nanci Gold
smtdt Namle Furumoto Toshte Masumoto
Maltncla Pangborn Vera Chan Kay
Row Two Tomoko Kawaguchi Belma Hayes
a Nelson Sue Tenney S lly Smtes
Marge McKenzie Sarah Morford Leila
Huber Barbara Cooper
Gahlholl Jim Crutchfield Dennis Tsubo:
Row Four Sidney Cutles Steve Sherman
o n telnhauser Dave ukur Herb
Schoenfeld John Bass Bob Wade Sanford
Row Five Yasuo Tokrta James Standlfer
Bobby Saunders Phil Frank Melvin Turner
David Hassan Roy Dotson
Row Six Dan Wright Carver Gayton John
Douglas Don Duwe
INDI I SI4 IlI"I' lIllIfS
Row One lily Nakao Geraldine Watson
Duane Smith Jan White Carole Woltln
Carol Christie Mary Nakagawa Reiko
Krhara Ruth Matsumoto Lynne Thomas
Row Two Margot David Grace Mann Llll e
Mce Knauls linda Rotenberg Mary D lls
Mae Etta Scott Barbara Yamashita Gerry
Reed Brenda Fulltpt Joanne Williamson
Row Three Sue Williamson, Mary Metcalf,
Diane Reedy, May Kihara, Georgia Lamb,
George Dugan, Alfred Stautfenberg,
Hitoshi Nagamatsu, Lonny Kaneko, Shuzo
Takeuchi, Bettie Darnell.
Row Four Elliott Friedman, David Radinsky,
Ro ert Ginsberg, Je Hill, Steve Kaye,
Neal Shulman, Bill Cole, Melvin Turner.
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Row One Margaret Hall, Joanne Abe, Billie
Dee Bobaire, Consuelo Balagot, Marsha
Davis, Terry Ward, Hermine Pruzan,
Marcia Cottom, Carolyn Brazier.
Row Two Mariorie Omori, Sanaye Toyoii,
Betty Wherry, Carrolle air, Carol
Mondos, Pat Feltis, Joanne Robin, Coralie
Karp, Erdie Wickliffe, Delores Guimont.
Row Three Sydney Hodges, Elinor Kosokoft,
aurie Johnson, Kendy MacColI, lucy
Townsend, Margaret Cheatham, Lynn Pear!
son, Judy Goslin.
Row Four Harry Jackson, John Steinbrecker,
Bo Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Harold
Deutsch, Bob Hiroo, Stephen Wong.
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NE Ot THE most fasclnatlng creatures ot the waterfront
as the starfrsh lt holds the same attractron to beach
combers that stage productions and literary productrons
hold to Garfleldltes
The pride of a publlcatron or the fame of their names
an prmt attracts the ambntlous to become part of the world
Show busmess also has something rnfecteous about at
The excitement of opennng nught or the thrrll of applause
brrngs many students to the Garfield spotlight
ot deadlines, galley sheets, and typewriters.
Q ILL and SCn0LL
OURS of wrmng, plannrng, copyreadmg or other laborious tasks merlt
membershup In the Qurll cmd Scroll Each semester, outstclndung
lournalusts from the three school publlcahons display therr newly acqulred
puns as members of thus snternahonal honorary organlzatron These busy
students are generally found workrng with galley sheets, layouts, and
manuscripts for a better Arrow Messenger, or Pen
Bottom Row Janet Fukuda Janet Melby Janet Tsuru Susan Anderson Kathryn Baba
Row Two Sue Wllllamsan Pat Feltls Cxndy Knowles lngrl Stang
Raw Three Aklra lchlkawa Stexe Escame Pete luke
Row Four Wendy Knudson Mullan Chlnn Sue Krnney
Row Five ADVISORS Marte C Saeman Warren Hazzard Mary Ethel Dnxon
Absentees Barbara Danz Margot Davnd and Mary Metca
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HE PRODUCING of a successful annual constituted the herculnan
task of the Arrow Staff Assemblmg every fufth perlod the
staff members flrst were Informed of their separate tasks each of
an Intensive work
Importance Every posntlon required mgenulty perseverance
The Arrow s debut nllustratmg the memorues of the school year
nn art photographs and prose was longmgly awauted on Purple
White Day by the students and faculty
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Artist Business Manager Copy Copy
EHIND the drawn, black shade of room 2l3 Arrow productlon continued day
after day The editors assembled the dummy cmd made deadline schedules
for all maternal The artist drew sketches about the theme, whale copy editors created
clever words of descruptlon Production and personnel managers attemp ed to
construct layouts that were both orngmal and Inexpensive The sports edutors were
seen dashlng to the darkroom and back collecting glossy prints of athletnc players
Surrounded by cardboard pictures and slnde rules, the layout techmcxans then
arranged and pasted each page
BOB LUKE GREG VEDEROFF
MARY METCALF SUE WILLIAMSON PIERRE JOLLY FRED PAULSELL
Productions Productions Boys Sports Boys Sports
DICK FOLEY PETER LUKE JANET MELBY SUE TENNEY
Layout Technician Layout Technlcran Senior Personnel Freshman Sophomore and
QUIPPED with camera, flashlughts and slldes the Arrow photographers snapped
countless films of grinning faces In classrooms and halls Luggmg their
paraphernalna to the grldlron and basketball courts, they captured those never to be
forgotten plays The cameramen then preserved the precnous fulm untll It could be
developed an the secluded darkroom Despite unfavorable weather condntnons and
necessary reshootmg schedules, they labored on untul the last 'mnute
BILL VOLKERSZ DOUG WlLLlX
TAZUE KIYONO NAMIE FuRuMoTo Mnsuxo UMINO A DROODLEI
Girls Sports Typist Typist
WARREN HAZZARD AKIRA lCHlKAWA WLNDY KNUDSON
Advrsor Managmg Editor E lftor
HE CLOCK strlkes l2 45 the managmg edltor rises, Mr Hazzard smiles
and suddenly room 209 becomes sllent Any copy coming an today'9
Okay group meetings lmmedlately the Messenger staff bursts unto
actlvlty Edntors assngn stones copyreaders lament over the errors an the
galleys and a cub reporter ponders over how to get the 5 Ws unto hrs
lead Exactly 'fifteen minutes later, half the staff charges out the door
headed for the lunchroom
STEVE ESCAME AD STAFF CAROLYN BERCH
Ad Manager Left to Right Jerrle Peach Barbara Kosokoff Assistant Ad Manager
SUSAN ANDERSON JEAN ROLLINS PAT WINSTON NADINE PRUZAN DELOPES BERKUS
Chief Copy Editor CINDY KNOWLES Typlsts
Assistant Copy Editors
Front Gayle Cook Marty Gornll Eumce Lewus I GIVE Up'
Back Georgia Komorlya Marne Chlocchxo lngrl Stang
Georgia Llndstrom Yasuo Toklta
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Assistant Edator Assistant Editor Crrcu ation and Exchange Edrtor
EHIND the bars of the Messenger ofhce the task of producmg the next
weeks Mess as always In progress Durmg the afternoon, these
would be lournallsts are constantly laboring to complete their duties How
ever, the staff also enloys many convement facnlltles, mcludmg a radlo
hummung the coolest huts, hot and cold runmng water, and a prlvate tele
phone These attractuons help to allure Journalusm I students unto becomnng
part of the Finest Mess Ever
JOANNE ROHRBAUGH Front Row Left to Right All Cnty Kathryn Baba JOYCE SANSBURN
Business Manager Joanne Abe Paulme Asaba Bu mess Manager
Back Row Carol Vlnlng Duane Reedy
PAT FELTIS FEATURE STAFF MARILEE CONSTANTINE
Feature Editor Left to Rrght Georgla Llndstarm, Bnan Callahan, Barbara Assistant Feature Edrtor
Danz, Georgia Morrison
HAROLD JAFFE SPORTS STAFF BOB ARONSON
Sports Editor Left to Rrght Bob Saunders, Jae Saxon, Sonny Rose, Assvstant Sports Editor
Dave Hassan, Larry Barokas
WARREN HAZZARD WENDY KNUDSON INGRI STANG
Advisor Managing Editor Editor
IRST the eager reporter covers has beat, gathermg the facts, but thus
IS lust the beglnmng The news must then be wrrtten In good form and
typed When the page editor has checked the story he sends It on to the
copy staff The story havung been corrected, now acqunres an eye catchung
headlme Approval by the managing editor hastens the story on for the
sanctlon of the scrutamzlng Mr Hazzard
JUNE KROM AD STAFF JOE SAXON
Ad Manager Barbara Bell Marsha Davls Assistant Ad Manager
CINDY KNOWLES COPY STAFF TYPISTS
Copy Editor Bobble Kamel Pat Wulson Morgue McKenzle Pat MCTTIWCOTHCY Carole Taylor
News STAFF BACK PAGE GAYLE COOK
Front Row Sarah Mortard Sharon Callahan Re to Krhara Arleen Kelsler Pro DeCa'1o
Anlta Maxwell Rosle DeLeon Charles Lew s Asslslcnl Edllor
Back Row Patrlcla Johnson Pat Shuemaker Pat: Desklns
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Assrstanl Editor Clrculatron and Exchange Editor Assistant Circulation and
FTER the revused copy reaches the prmter, It IS set up on green and
whute galley sheets The whlte sheet IS hung on the bulletm board
among old puctures, to be lmtlaled by the orlgmal author The green galley
ns cut and pasted on a dummy sheet The 'hnal attempt for accuracy IS
made Thursday mornnng when the edutors examme the omon sknns O
Friday the story appears for the furst tame In newsprlnt to be read by all
nts avnd readers
BUSINESS MANAGERS BUSINESS STAFF
Leff ,O Rfghy Carol Vmmg Kathryn Baba Joyce Sans Front Row left to Rnght Huroko Kuyonaga Penny Pettnt
b Barbara Yamashnta
um Back Row Lett to Rught Brenda Fnllspu Paul Tomlta
BARBARA DANZ FEATURE STAFF MARTY GORRILL
Front Row Nanci Goldsmldt Mary Metcalf Gerry Reed
Feanne Edllor Back Raw Bull Volkersz, Lynn Dee Rose Janet Woran Asslslanl Feature Editor
BOB SAUNDERS SPORTS STAFF STEVE ESCAME
Sporgs Educ, Front Row Brlan Callahan John Steunhauser Rex Allnson Ass,-gfanf Sporfs Ed,f0,
Back Row Gene Carlson Paul Genung, Pete Gahlhoff
DICK HUTCHINGS BARBARA DANZ INGRI STANG MARY ETHEI. DIXON JANET TSURU CAROLYN JONES
Assistant Editor Editor Business Manager Advisor INDY KNOWLES Publicity Editor
Left to Rlght Sandy Drellung Coppy Huber Betty Echugo Peter Martln WHAT S UP PENLQCK9
Barbara Brandt Llllle Mae Knauls Marllee Constantine
ARFIELD S amateur poets and novelists start thenr flrst steps toward a best
seller when their wrltlng appears ln the Pen Thus magazine, produced
each semester, IS composed of many student selectlons which are assembled by a
staff of worthy pudges
Near the end of each deacllme, many students are seen wlrh pencll In hand
busily wntmg thelr contrlbutuon to the lnterary world
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S THESE manuscrlpts flow m, the Pen staff works furiously, copy readlng
and ludglng them Each one IS debated untll the fmal declslon IS
made yes, no, or revlslon
The day of dnstrubuhon, a guarded secret as awaited with hopeful
thoughts by each contributor Although these authors are no Hemungways,
they recelve Garfield s Pulltzer Pruze, theur selechon nn print
LlLllE MAE KNAULES COPPY HUBER MARY ETHEL DIXON BETTY ECHIGO PETER MARTIN
Business Manager Editor Advlsor City Edriors
Front Row Mlm: Mlchoelson Joanne Robin Nadme Pru an Jo Ann
JUST LOOKING Morrison
Back Row Cynthua Kun Brenda Fnllupl Norma Hlroto Betty Delo
Alex Rlngstad Wang Wong
First Row: Frank Guldseth. Mike Storie, John Macklin, Delores Guimont, Lorita Delma, Elizabeth Martin,
Second Row: Charles Buren, Alex Joukousky, Conley Hamilton, Mac Kennedy, Don Williams, John
O'Francia, Gerry Takayoshi, Pio DeCano, Richards Beekman, Etta Ward, Ken Copher, Alvin Reash,
Third Row: Ron McAllister, Darrow Kruse, Liz Boulton, Sharon Okazaki, Carlton Williams, Barney Hillard-
Johnny Allen, James McCoy, Alvin Backman, Tom Kennedy, John Takazawa, Allan Holt, Bill
O'Donnell, Stun Ccxlvo.
Standing: Paul Devereaux, Don Batiste, Duncan Bayne, Dave Holden, Jake Tcrika, Jack Borough,
U TRIKE UP THE BAND!" Our Garfield band responds to this command with
vivacious tunes at our pep assemblies, while classical music is saved
for special performances.
During football season, the band is frequently found plowing through the mud
during rainy Seattle weather in order to perfect half-time entertainment for the games.
Shoe soles are worn thin while the members are stepping high in the Santa
Clause and the invitational Wenatchee Parades. The Garfield band is one of which
we are proud as we watch them perform difficult maneuvers to rhythmic music.
OZART, Bach, and Foster are sometimes caught and held by the ear as the
Garfield orchestra puts lo life the masterpieces of long ago. These and con-
temporary works are so vividly expressed that everyone enioys the so-called "high-
brow" music. Not limited to the classics, the orchestra includes in its program current
hits of the day.
Funfest brings many headaches to frantic musicians. A few weeks previous
to opening night, the band members, while arranging and practicing the selections,
are slaves to music.
The Mid-Winter Concert, however, is the orchestra's shining moment, when
the players appear in formal attire to perform like real troupers in the great field
First Row: Richard Nakano, Carol Freiberg, Mary Nakagawa, Frank Guldseth, Phyllis Clark, Barbara
Maeske, Barbara Hubbard.
Second Row: Lorita Delma, Peggy Buckley, Mike Storie, Kenny Oaki, Elizabeth Martin, Delores Guimont,
Johnny Allen, James McCoy, Manuel Schreiber, Randy Miller, Ken Culver.
Third Row: Beatrice Carithers, Malinda Pangborn, Richards Beekman, Manuel DeCano, Larry Rodgers,
Standing: Pam Campbell, Carla VanGries, Ron Simon, Jack Borough, Bill Griffith, David Block.
HOUSANDS of musucal notes dance down Garfneld s halls every second and
thrrd perlod The O shaped mouths of the chorus produce harmonnzed song
an practuce for commg musncal programs
Gowned nn blue choir robes the large chorus fills the auditorium with song
Music of all descruptuons IS absorbed by auduences of assemblues and larger
productions such as Mud Wlnter Concert and Operetta
The Nonette and Boys Quintet composed of the most talen ed members
may never be stars of the Metropolttan Opera but, nevertheless, they please
NONETTE BOYS QUINTET
Mr Cook Georgia Morrlson Elsle Lamb Sheila Prmce Mackey Goldforb Ronnne Height Behel Hunt Steve
Rosemary Van Zandt Irene Chskata Cloudlo Hansel Tom Kennedy
Boulton Vero Neufeld Joanne Rohrbaugh Hlroko
lchlkawa Margaret Cheatam
Row One: Irene Chikata, Billie Jean Purdy, Lucy Townsend, Carole Wolfin, Sharon Fisher, Elsie Williams, Diane Smith, Lynn
Jaffe, Nancy Cragin, Lynn Dee Rose, Sally Smiles, Edwi na Ross, Marilee Constantine, Carole Mitchell.
Row Two: Janet Melby, Rose Marie Van Zant, Pat Stalhut, Una Mayes, Judy Johnson, Carol Mandas, Donna McQuaid, Marva
Hayne, Mary Metcalf, Pat Winston, Mae Etta Scott, Margaret Hunter, Norma Brooks, Mary Spence.
Row Three: Loretta Knauls, Georgia Lamb, Shirley Manson, Leila Huber, Nancy Gadberry, Lorraine Gossett, Bud Crockett,
Jim Dykeman. Carver Gayton, Sonny Rose, Elsie Lamb, Sheila Prince.
Row Four: Winford McClenon, Tommy Kennedy, John Gray, Eddie Phillips, Graham Wills, Bill Cole, Sammy Angel, Bob
Spanfelner, Charles Buren, Dan Finch.
Row One Dorothea Cola Dorothy Cola Vera Neufeld Georgia Morrison Lois Gore Carrolle Fair Gloria Ferrell Sally
Clement Joyce Sansburn Dolores Nieman Margaret Price Connie Neukirch Manette Coleman Margaret Cheatham
baugh Doris Bentler Susan Studebaker Dianne Brudevold Joann Thomas Flora Wilder
Row Three Margaret Cater Marty Gorrill Patsy Dale Gay Diamond Sue Myers Hope Allen Fannie Mitchell
Row Four Ronny Height Johnny Allen William Bryant Micky Goldfarb Harry Moscatel Bob Hasson Doug Steinhauser
Tall Ellis Alex Ringstad Mike Jue
Row Two: Shirley Fanning, Patricia De Groff, Mary Giddens, Dana Dodds, Maxine King, Claudia Boulton, Joanne Rohr-
ROUPS of performers, costumed and made up awalt thelr cues by smgrng
talkmg, and playmg games Ln the lunchroom before the annual Funfest A
performance tlme grows near, each acquures excutement commonly known as stage
Hours of trual by error practices are evndent as the entertainers perform luke
stars of Broadway To the theme of Confldentlally U S A talented entertalners
present wltty lokes skllled chorus Innes, and expressnve muslc to please thenr auduence
JOHN MAXEY Front Row DELORES GUIMONT Musuc JANET MtLEY Co student Dlrector SUE WILLIAMSON
Advlsor Program JUDY GOSLIN PUblICllY LUCY TOWNSEND Program SALLY SMILES Publucuty
Back Row CHARLIE FRY Co student Director DICK FOLEY Scrupt AKIRA 'CHlKAWA Artist FRANK
CHARLIE FRY JANET MELBY STAGE cREw
Cosludenf D'fef'0fS Front Row JIM HATFIELD RONALD cHLN MR KING Advnsor AKIHIKO MIHARA
JEANLE JONES PAT OLLINGER GAYLE GAuTHuN
Make UP C"U"f"'-H' sack Row FRANK BURTON BURTON HANSON GORDON GOLLIET FRANK GATES
Stage Manager DONALD SELTZ
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Mrs Abigail Abbott
Susan her daughter
NEAR disaster sux Inches of snow 'fell the
day before the opemng mght of Mother
Was a Freshman Mlraculously Fruday morning
this whlte peril melted promlslng a large attend
ance for both Fruday and Saturday nughts per
lest and most actlve spot In Garfleld
nights was not the stage but eight
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dressing room To outsiders It mlght
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OTHER WAS A FRESHMAN is a three act
comedy about Mrs Abigail Abbott a very
attractive widow who enters Pointer College where
her daughter Susan is a sophomore Confusion
arises when Ab gall is charmed by the attentions
of a certain Professor Michaels who is also the
idol of her impetuous daughter After many dnf
ficult situations Susan realizes that the
professor loves Abigail The climax
finds them in each other s arms, danc-
At the traditional reception for senior
parents after the play, representations
of school activities
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Susan, her daughter
BETTY VON ROTZ
Dean Gillingham, Dea
of Pointer College
PARKER COOK RAYMOND JOHNSTON EVA JURGENSOHN WILMA LIND
Choral Director Music D rector Dance Production Stage Co ord nator
III WI TER C0 CERT
HUSH went through the audience as Mr Johnston Iafted has
baton for musuc and the Mud Wmter Concert began The
orchestra set the mood for hstenung with a classucal number followed
by lighter tunes from the Chorus and the Band Spnrutuals square
dances marches and chamber music gave space to the program
To the pace of the orchestra a group of gurls danced across the
stage with the greatest of ease
DANCIN ROUND REACHIN HIGH
TWO S A TEAM ALL DOLLED UP FOR DANCING
HE ANNUAL Operetta held In May was produced and performed by the
GarfIeId chorus under the dIrectIon of Mr Cook SpecIaIIzed dancers
added SPICE to the performance
The style of RIo RIta Influenced a Spanush mood as the sIngers swayed
In brIghtIy colored costumes Carousel a famous selectIon was sung In
GIbson GIrI and saIIor boy attIre and swIftIy changed moods
For a modern seIectIon VIncent Yeoman s song styles rendered a bIt of
romance for the young In the Spflng In formal wear the chorus took grateful
bows for satIsfIeId applause as the curtaIn fell on the 1956 Operetta
LORETTA KNAULS MARY HELEN MARIAN MATHISON
GEORGIA LYNN sI-IEIIA PRINCE
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HE THPILL of playung a f h the prrde of a good catch
he rnvlgoratnon f the s lt ar each fusherman
receives has own pleasures .rom thus sport
Lnkewnse each Garfield athlee reaps undrvrdual
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Queen Anne ,,,.,,...,,,,, 4 3
Cleveland ,...,....,,,. ..... 3 4
Roosevelt ,.,.,........ ...... 2 5
Lincoln ..................,.,... 2 5
West Seattle ,,.,,,.....,,, O 7
20 Cleveland 7
19 West Seattle 0
20 Lincoln O
27 Franklin l8
6 Ballard 0
12 Roosevelt 6
l4 Queen Anne 6
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SECO and THIRD TEAM
left to Right, First Row: Luther Thomas, Bob Bushnell, John Steinbecker, Larry Corpus, Vic Shinoda, Gerald Okuma Charlie
Cadwell, Archie Smith.
Second Row: Alvin Resch, Jim Crutchfield, Tetsuo Miyata, Billy Nakashima, David Brown, Tom Hollis, Robert Williams
Third Row: Bill Hill, Bill Wright, Donald Hobbs, Tom Foley, Dick Foley, Haley Lake, Bill Stokes.
Left to Right First Row Ardess Hunter Willie Minor Charles Harris Emanuel Taylor Charles Howard Paul Mar Ron Holden
Jim Pipkin James Washington Robert Labow
Second Row Pat Brennan Joe Lewlnsohn Bob Haselwood Donald Ohashl Lynn Wyatt David Radlnsky Ken Copher Allen
Harader John Wisdom Allen Pease Tom Harader Bruce Cadwell
Third Row John DeBruyn Ernest Dzurlck Coach Robert Render Alvin Klndrlcks John Zapata Vincent Navea James Standlfer
Willie Davis Harris Spnncin Felton Hall Columbus Lowe Lonnie Matthews Pat Reedy Bruce Wilson Coach
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Queen Anne ,,,... ,,,. 7 7
West Seattle ,, .. 7 7
Bollord .......,. 6 8
Roosevelt ..,,,,,,, 4 10
Cleveland A.,,,,,, O 14
GARI E SCUIIES
65 Cleveland 46
43 Queen Anne 37
66 Roosevelt 53
56 West Seattle 43
61 Lincoln 68
51 Franklin 47
58 Ballard 60
60 Queen Anne 52
61 Cleveland 43
44 West Seattle 49
57 Roosevelt 45
58 Franklin 46
71 Lincoln 66
48 Ballard 45
SECO and TIIIBD TEAM
SEITDND TEARI TIIIIID TEADI
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GARFIELD ,..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,..AA,., 8 6 Roosevelt ,,..,,....,.,...........,...,,. 9 5
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Front Row: Charles Christenson, Claude Barrows, Malcolm Lindquist.
Back Raw: Bob Tate, Coachg Fred Paulsell, George Sauer, Tom Foley.
Fron Row Richard Teppner Charles Gulley Ed Boyd Thurman Edmondson George Stewart
Second Row Victor Lef Manager Harris Sprlncln Edgar Vilumsan Bill McGraw Joe Henderson Ken Culver Columbus Lowe Frank
Back Row Mel Chinn Manager Billy Rice Art Hunter Tate Jackson Richard Furukawo Richard Nomura
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VARSITI G AME SCIIIIES
HE l955 BASEBALL season had a damp begunnmg as the opening game between Garfield
and Ballard was ralned out Then the sun began to shine for the Bulldogs as they success
fully topped Roosevelt West Seattle and Lmcoln After losmg a thrlller to Franklm the Pups
edged past Queen Anne and Ballard The Roosevelt West Seattle and Lmcoln games all brought
dlsaster but the Bulldogs succeeded In wmnlng over Queen Anne at thelr funal league game
Thus wm earned Garfneld a chance to a play off wlth Ballard for second place posntlon In the
playoff game lady luck was absent for the Bulldogs slnce Ballard won 2 0
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Back Row Tom Hollus Jum Budlong Malcolm Llndqulsl Gerald Mowcf John Bass Harvey Fuson
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John Douglas, John Miller, Hitoshi Nagamotsu.
HE Garfield golf team ended an exciting
season, resting in fourth place, regardless of
the fact that they had only three returning letter-
men. Losing their first match to Roosevelt, they
then went on to win over Cleveland, Queen Anne,
Ballard, and West Seattle. Their winning streak
was ended by the champion Lincoln squad. The
final game with Franklin was close, but the Quakers
won it, taking third place.
ln the All-City contest, Eb Carlson placed seventh
with Bill Lockow tying for the eighth spot. The
team is expected to be a first-place contender this
season because of its seven returning lettermen.
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GARFIELD ......,. ...... 4 3
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Left to right Doug Smart, Bob Eraunschweiger, 'Swede' Lindquist, Coach, Anthony Stevens, Dave Thompson, Bob Christie
Sidney Brown, Carver Gayton, Bob Burgess, Bill Ishida, Bill Moser.
HE GARFIELD Track Team started their l955 season with a bang by
winning their first two track meets, over Ballard and West Seattle.
Losing their footing, they were beaten by Franklin. From then on, it was
easy as they swept a trangular meet over Roosevelt and Cleveland.
ln the Relay Carnival, Garfield placed second to Franklin by winning
the two-mile and high-jump relay.
The succeeding week didn't go quite so well with Garfield placing a
close third to Franklin and Lincoln in the All-City. Those winning All-City
events for Garfield were Doug Smart in the shot put and Anthony Stevens
in the high-lump.
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HE Garfield tennis team started the season with
two decisive victories over Franklin and
Cleveland. Following this, the meet with Roosevelt
was called off on account of darkness. Unfortu-
nately in the rematch, the Bulldogs were the losers.
However, they went on to whitewash Lincoln, 9 to O.
After losing to Queen Anne, the Pups then began
to hit their stride, beating Ballard, Cleveland, and
West Seattle. The team finished a fairly successful
season in third place.
In the All-City Tournament, Art Kono, Gar-
field's number one man, lost a close match to Larry
Mounger of Queen Anne, thus ending the tourna-
ment in second-place spot.
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Left to Right Phyllis Yook Denise Utl Duane Reedy Lucy Sondlcnd Queen Pct Felhs Patsy Dale Sharon Fisher
Songsters and Yell Leaders
that spur the team toward victory whether on the football field or on the bas
ketball court The enthusiastic songsters inspire even the mopes to loin in the cheering
Led by an energetic group of boys the Bulldogs support their team with war
like chants fierce enough to cause the bravest opponent to tremble with fear
Left to Right Yuzo Tokitc Dick Hutchings Herb Schoenfeld Yell King Alex Rnngstud Ted Slyliunopolous Absentee Stan Calvo
Y A SWISH of their pom-poms, seven lively personalities conduct spirited songs
JEAN FUJII TOSHIE MASUMOTO FRANCES MARSHALL
Advisor Presrdent Vrce president
ITH THE poundung of the gavel, thus years agenda was brought
forth for conslderatnon and approval by the members and
officers of the G Club, an organization dedtcated to gurls Interested
In athletucs as well as servuces for the school Miss Fulu, the competent
advlsor, assisted the club IH such protects as the annual Thanksgtvlng
basket, Christmas toys for the Childrens Home, Jamboree marchlng
prlntung of club handbooks, Girls Sports Day lwhlch was an experlmentl
sellmg yarn dolls, and various soclal functnons, such as the Gab Party
and o hers
Frrst Row Joanne Abe, Frances Harada, Betty Ann Chtba, Namle Furumoto, Marcna Cottom, Earlme Cross, Patsy Dale
Second Row Kathryn Baba, Mozell Glasper, Valerue Chmn, Betty Echugo, Janet Fukuda, Jeanne Jones
Thrrd Row Katherne Cross, Pauline Asaba, Beth Fugn, Vrckl Locke Tazue Klyono
Fourth Row Barbara Bowman, Verna Hook Marian Hunter
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Secretary Hrstorran Athletrc Manager
EMBERSHIP In the gurls letter club results automatically by attend
:ng after school sports regularly untl fuve hundred points have
been accumulated As a result a and a chevron are awarded
For each addltnonal five hundred poxnts another chevron us earned
The possesslon of th ee of the latter entitles a gurl to a star
The members are required to wear regulation every Wednsdoy
At the end of the year, the gurls who have faithfully worn their outfits are
honored at the Installation meeting
Frrst Row Pat Wunston, Irene Shngakn, Judy Namba, Mltsuko Umrno, Sandra Mules, Shirley Yuen, Blllle Jean Purdy
Second Row Myrtle Wood, Grace Neal, Carole Mntchell, Carolyn Purnell, Pat Olllnger, Luc: Townsend, Mary Nakagawa
Third Row Etta Ward, Irene Chlkata, Tomlko Tsugnhara, Toshle Masumoto, Doris Pascal, Phyllxs Soule, Francis Marshall
Fourth Row Keiko Onye, Janet Tsuru, Gem Takayoshl, Jane Tanaka, Sanaye Toyota, Peggy Ohashl, Myrna Pearce
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HE G CLUB meetung us held the furst Wednesday of the month The role of
the offucers and the commuttee heads us to unutuate new udeas The members
then mold these suggestions, wuth revusuons, unto constructuve plans, thus, makung the
club a working unut
Early un the sprung the members put asude the usual busuness to vote for the
gurls who gave outstandung leadership
One of the most actuve gurls sports thus
year was pung pong Perhaps the uncreased
interest un thus sport was due to the fact
that any gurl rather than only sophomores
as formerly was permitted to partucupate
A perennual favorute at the begmnung
of the school term was badminton The
gurls formed teams and played off com
petutuvely therefore makung the sport
Bowling has become an established
sport in recent years. The girls average
out their series in order to compete for at
ieast one of the six trophies awarded at
the end of the year.
Valley ball, though offered early in the
season was of brief duration in order to
give place to other seasonal sports. The
girls set up teams and played off as they
did in badminton.
BETH FUJII Left to Rught Janet Fukuda Mozell Glasper Lucu Townsend Irene Shugaku
Dusplayung Sports Equupment
Absent Frances Harada
HE GIRLS puctured above were the commuttee heads of the fuve duvusuons of the
the club, namely publucuty decoratung, refreshment, entertaunment and clean up
Together they planned and headed many functuons
The equupment shown above us vutal to the G Club program Under the
headshup of the athletuc manager, the after school sub managers operated
effucue nt sports program
Swummung was a much antucupated sport
The gurls mastered muscle coordunatuon as
well as the pruncuples of swummung An
where defunute tume us reserved for Gar
Another tradutuonal sport was basket
ball whuch requures good reactuon because
of uts speed Precusuon shots are necessary
puon There was a good turnout
Tumblung was a new sport offered thus
year Although not many gurls turned
out tue attendance was quute good The
gurls exhubuted both balance and skull
Thus sport shows good promuse for next
Hukung one of the last sports offered
came un the sprung when better weather
condutuons enhanced the attendance Com
panuonshup coupled wuth places to vusut
r'-ade thus a popular sport
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LONG THE beaches of lakes and bays groups of care
free prcnrckers may be seen enloylng another facet
ofa seaport The pleasure of a plcntc ts often remembered
as a means of eastng the drudgery of regular work
There rs ltttle monotony at Garfreld since special
events occur to make stuclyrng less parntul Pep assemblies
contatn many amusing skits and stunts that cause students
to I ave the audnor um IH a cheerful frame of mlnd Such
occastons as Blrmey Day Olot Day and Purple White Day
are looked forward to by all and remembered long after
the tough asslgnmen s are forgotten
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BETH FUJII NAMIE FURUMOTO
IRENE SH GAKI PHYLLIS SOULE
IRENE CHIKATA BARBARA DANZ
ANN KAYLOR MARY NAKAGAWA
WINYAO WONG PHYLLIS YOOK
HESE students wuth thelr versatile personalities deserve the top
recogmtuon as scholastic leaders The malntalmng of hugh
grade averages throughout their stay at Garfleld permlts them to
reign as the Top Ten Scholastlcally as well as socially they "shlne
through as tops"
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BETH FUJII JANET MELBY
SUE KINNEY MARY NAKAGAWA
WENDY KNUDSON JUDY WRIGHT
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BOB BLOMGREN STEVE HANSEL
BILL COLE AKIRA ICHIKAWA
ROY DOTSON SONNY ROSE
CARVER GAYTON WINYAO WONG
CHARLIE CADWELL Four way Combnned Flrst Place All Cnty Sk: Meet
BILL COLE Four Year Football Scholarshup Unlverslty of Montana
GAYLE COOK and AKIRA ICHIKAWA Represented Gartueld at Frederick and Nelson
Scholastic Art Contest
KARL DRESEN lnsplratlonal All Cnty Skt Meet
GEORGE DUGAN Flrst Place Impromptu College of Puget Sound Forensic Tourna
ment Second Place Debate for College of Puget Sound
DON DUWE Rotary Club Boy of the Year
CAL KING and ANITA MAXWELL Unlversnty of Washlngton Speech Festlval
WENDY KNUDSON Honorable Mention Elks Youth Leadership Contest
JOHN KULANDER Honorable Mentuon Fifteenth Annual Westinghouse National
Sctence Talent Search
ELIZABETH MARTIN Second Place Debate for College of Puget Sound
MARY NAKAGAWA and ALEX SHEVALIER Honorable Mention Elks Most Valuable
FRED PAULSELL Exchange Club Boy of the Month YMCA European Centennlal Trlp
ALEX SHEVALIER Llons Club Foo ball Scholastic Award
LOYAL SNYDER and PHYLLIS SOULE Honorable Mention National Merlt Scholarshlp
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Spanning and cutting through extensive blue
lake water. the floating bridge Iinles a noisy nze-
tropolis with the rest of the country. Each day, many
tourists pass under the tunnels and sweep down the
floating highway. Traveling onward, road maps in
hand, they leave Seattle, headed eastward where
green hills and mountain ranges greet them.
Likewise. after graduation. the students traverse
the bridges of life to discover neu' lands and ex-
periences. They never know what lies beyond those
misty mountain peaks, hu! they hope tha! the future
will he as hright as the Illllfilillg sun, springing
from the eastern horizon.
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