Garfield High School - Arrow Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1957

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X, it , S 'Alike t 1 t W l if t W , N -A ' 1 l NJ: if I QQ, FS4' flxwlxx rx WN c t 'H :sm in ft wt flop? M X' . XL QM l l - Q W P IX A Wet' N at -A it V , ' U '3 NQJ "n 3 Cx Mfhxkim , , t f' " -12 ge "wp M xr 3 ' C 1' to-iw: i"CltQ , FOBEW0ll,ll -4' -ffw-41. ce' - Nf',Zf'g,fc,44 fC' 441- . ' 'Q ARFIELD is a headquarters for a wide assortment of student endeavor as the students' tomorrow takes form today. industrious hands of students and faculty alike create a basis for the future. Behind closed doors, teachers and students may be found laboring over the correc- tion of lengthy assignments, while in counselors' and advisors' offices, the format of student activity is planned. Active hands are engaged in an array of activities as presidents and chairmen of countless clubs and committees throughout the school continually find themselves conferring with advisors concerning meetings and agendas. After-school hours often 'L 1 play host to literary editors and various staff members as they strive to meet press X deadlines. L g hours of chorus training and tiring act rehearsals measure the X , extensive effor s,which materialize in the presentation of fine stage productions. ' 5 he scho 's athletic fields and courts are the testing grounds where many an butst ding te m is built. Athletes work together as one, while hands which are e t t carry their school colors to the top. rfi I ' thus as a medium for the eager hands of youth. I X X is ,,, t N tg 'bdlwnq I gi SVN-'bk ggwno igwxgfif l V Wjwk , . - j,fZyz',cfff1-444,41 pbdocfaf-J 47 , , 4Uu4i4iQQJ Lfffgifoo wvfzlfz, "C44! ,dfbafgggdgld Arzrzoxv GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL SEATTLEWASHINGTON L' -' sb ' N ,Q r' - .v ' u , 'g p'f' z fx Fxltfkso ,421 5 y .' , gg .s 'v ' A R. ' . . L l A 4. - F ,x Q ,O s -1' nf' W JK ' 5 I . "A . ' H 1 "fa " -Lv. .JL 0 ., yliif xiii J " ' ' ' . -4 V - 'A R ," ,,, , 31, 31' L5 Iffxfo CNA f nl .ii ' mlm .Q .,f J ,fs A "' i J ..qf' .' , xi- ,. ., ,m .. 'vi O' Q- lii Ae.,-A X Muff f Lf .. 0 WW V l 1 W ML Q MUD? A gUWfgfbjJJW'??QWfjJ jW wbwf Wf W f A9 W WW Jw J, W 'MQ W WWLLQJQ-gf, W V05 MM f b "' if- ' M3 E51 Nxjhx :WV fm! PM NWHTW JMJNP fy 5,1 Lkpijwjywljd NN hffi ?f ff ?QW 'Enough if something from our hands have power To live, and act, and serve the future hour." WILLIAM WORDSVVORTH W1 N1 'N yf il 3' ,, . 1 NL V V' Y 4 va 'S' N i , ' ' n X 3 ' V, N uf' 5 X .14 V V 31-'I' 3' f' ,f. ,v'w f'. jf?fl 2 an I A fl,' X ,, ff 1 ,N X, 1 ,f 4'wL4 , W A X law , , if fggf, 3 f . . . . and now the Seniors leave lame.: A. Garfield to go to newer and bigger things. C0 TENTS OPENING SECTION ..,..... DEDICATION ,...,,, FACULTY ,,,,,,,,.,,, . Administration .... Co-ordinators ,,.,, Clerks ,...,,,,,.,......,,,,,A Educators ....,,,.v,,,,,.A.... Cooks and Custodians... ORGANIZATIONS .....,.., Boys' Club ...... Girls' Club .,..,. Service Clubs ,,..,,,,,,,,., Administrative Councils ...... Interest Clubs ,.,...,...... Honor Society s,,,,, Color Guard ,....s. Radiance Roll ......,. Roll Officers ..,. PRODUCTIONS ,....., Literary ,,,,,,,,, Stage . SPORTS, ,, Football s,,,,,,, Basketball, , Baseball ,,,,,, Tennis, ,, Track ,, ,, , ,. Golf, ,, . ...... Song and Yell Leaders G Club--Girls' Sports CLASSES, , .. ..,,, ,H , ,, Exchange Teacher and Seniors ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Students ,s,,.,. .. Juniors ................,...,,,,,,cs,,.,.. Sophomores ,,,, Student Life ,,..,,, Feature ,,s,,..s...s..,............ P.T.A. and Lions Club ....,. Top Ten .......... ,,,,,,,,, Awards ...... CLOSING ,.................... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .,...c I IO I2 I4 I5 I6 I7 2I 22 24 26 28 30 33 36 38 39 40 42 44 58 66 68 72 76 79 80 82 83 84 90 9I II2 I24 I30 I32 I35 I36 I37 I38 I40 DICK FOLEY KATHLEEN O'BRI EN Editors ROGER SHIMOMURA Artist TIM TUCKER Business Manager MARTHA KINCAID BARBARA COOPER Productions AIIBUW TAFI? Advisor ELAINE FRENCH JULIANNE OTOSHI Personnel BRUCE CADWELL PAUL MAR RUTH MATSUMOTO Sports LYNN DEE ROSE MALINDA PANGBORN Copy BETTY ECHIGO JUDY LEONG Typisis ALLEN HARADER RICHARD KOYAMA Layoul Technicians GREGORY VEDEROFF RICHARD NOMURA STAFFAN CARLSON Photographers M.- Dcdmahavu 3'W1ouek'blvw umhmmioktdda and. ewdamna. ak owe., pvwaw . Davetnalclo macanboolw have bww ouioinndwx? Sw awww appnwaaiww we. d.aA.s.aaiaf+ln.w I957 Qanow 'fo 'muxo'man.w C launaw 11 FACULTY HENEVER the guiding hand of the faculty is needed, it is available and more than willing to help. 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Rarely in one place for long, Miss Bell may be found at A.B., Girls' Club Officers, Student RUTII DEETZ, COUNSEL0ll A familiar name around the halls at Garfield is that of our counselor, Miss Ruth Deetz. Working hand in hand with each student, Miss Deetz advises the students in scholastic, voca- tional, and scholarship information. Council or Cabinet meetings. JOIIN MAXEY, ACTIVITIES DIBECT0ll Mr. John Maxey, Activities Co-ordinator, has the iob of handling all activity cards, and is the faculty advisor ot Funfest, Inter-High Coun- cil and Student Council. Besides teaching Contemporary Problems, Mr. Maxey also coaches the tennis team. 51-16.1 u,W,XLx Ci MMM I MARGARET SEMMENS DORIS CUFF AMANDA WOOD Head Clerk Aflendance Counselor's Clerk GLORIA NAGAI Assisfanf Clerk 'YXZJLCC fl X1-A i 5XfG"1,L, V fllj Kflvufc C3 L 1 J W ' JAM 1 5-J-J.. . , MIA F M.. t .Ykbu-Rh C . -- 1vx.ASx AAA 1,3 LA Az, I , . , A , N '- 1 uyixgx QQ XM' 'O Ll 'K' Rf' U4 ' -5913 Q Img. , 'vm 'R clfvwxg, kuxN"19-..2L XA X M P, 4- 'KX -JC.-,X lm' , xx ' L X"Qx3,xL,x L01 Lu-xxx-xl Ri- 11 Cyl Qi JA Q K' ,A A 1 WINIFRED sTnAus KATHERINE MARSHALL S Yu ' 'Www' , A , Q L'b Cl k sv d H u f , A X :I to XA-Xllfh it lr 'D WJ, 1 rafY er U Y U if 'qNxVa,'wN', V VAN DAM I 'iilupw Qhnnxfv-iid' X . x nh ,ax ,A Q 'C SECRET BIES W4-'jxx Lv.'vC5R"1' bxvf-4 ,A I J ' v Hyqx 'a.:,,afww"-'W'Y'x GOSSIP! GOSSIP! GOSSIP! LTY ELLA ATTERBERRY RICHARD BENNETT MARIANNE BLENKINSOP JOHN BOlTANO Nurse Mathematics Science Driver Education JEAN BURNS EDITH CALDER Home Economics Commercial l PARKER COOK EDWARD DELIGAN Music Commercial in .- UQ MARY ETHEL DIXON ERNEST DZURICK CARL FOULK JEAN FUJII Language Arfs Science Language Arfs Physical Educuiion S X 3 nm WARREN HAZZARD JOHN HINRICHS NORMAN HOVLAND JANET HUFF language Arts Physical Education Head, industrial Arts Commercial JEAN HUNT Home Economics MARTHA JOHNSON Science EVA JURGENSOHN Physical Education Department OFFICE I FRANK INSLEE Science RAYMOND JOHNSTON Music ROY KELLOGG industrial Arts EBERHARD KERBER JACOB KING MARY KNIGHT JACK lATTlN Foreign language Industrial Arts Head, History Department Commercial WILMA LIND ADOLPH LINDQUIST RUTH LONDEAN MARGARET LOWE Language Arts Physical Education librarian Mathematics SOLVEIG LUNDBERG NORMAN LUSK Foreign Language Commercial JOHN MAXEY S. L. MERRIAM History Head, Mathematics Department LUTHER MORE JAMES MOUNT Study Hall Head, Science Department RUTH NYSTROM VIRGINIA OLMSTED LENORE PAIGE HENRY PETERS Art Foreign Language Language Arts History JOHN POLIKOWSKY MARGARET ROBERTS MARIE SAEMAN ELIZABETH SCHOEPPEL Craft Head, Commercial Language Arts History Department ANNABELLE SHAW Mathematics HELEN SH ELTON Foreign Language JOSEPH STEELEASHAW Language Arts ROBERT TATE Science DONALD URWILER Science BRUCE WILSON CLAUDE WILSON History Head, Language Arts Department :00KS and JANITIIII Hungry students can be found scurrying to the Iunchroom to devour quantities of plate lunches, sandwiches, and cookies at noon-time. The delicious aroma of the food comes from the kitchen where the capable Garfield cooks can be found. LLOYD GAMBLE Assistant Custodian Engineer Head Custodian "Please open my locker. I lost my key," is a familiar plea heard around the boys' and girls' locker rooms before, after, and during school hours. This request often interrupts the ianitor's iob by a student demanding his time and constant help. We can always depend on the custodian's help in repairing a noisy rediator or adiusting the heat. UBGAN ZATIIINS HE ORGAN!ZlNG HAND is one which may be heavy or light, big or little, man's or woman's, but it is a hand capable of leadership. I MR. LESLIE CRIBLEY, ART KONO Advisor President BIIYS' PON entering Garfield every boy becomes a member of the Boys' Club. This is his first step toward taking part in school activities. Through the leadership of three elected officers, an Advisory Board, Bulldog Club, and the various committees, many functions are carried out. Some of these include the sale of book covers, skating parties, and a faculty Christmas party. But none of these functions could take place without the valuable support of Boys' Club members. AllVISOBY ,BOAllD REX ALLISON CHARLES CADWELL EDWARD cHow DON DUWE DICK FOLEY NORM FURUKAWA A. B. IN SESSION JOHN BASS FRED PAULSELL Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer CL HE MEMBERS of the Advisory Board see that school rules and regulations are carried out. During the lunch periods, A.B. members can be seen strolling about the surrounding community carrying out their important duties. Some of the actively functioning committees of the Boys' Club include checking of automobiles and grounds, ticket sales and pep assemblies. Mr. Cribley, advisor, offers his valuable guidance. ADVISIDIIY BIIABD PETE GAHLHOFF BILL HILL BEHEL HUNT MALCOLM LINDQUIST GERALD OKUMA 1oHN sTElNHAussR OFFICER ON DUTY GIRL MILDRED BELL Advisor JUDY GOSLIN President VALERIE CHINN First Vice-President N THE first day of school, the Girls' Club greets each new girl with o "Big Sister". This is their first proiect of the year, serving as an ideal introduction to Garfield and to the Girls' Club. In October every girl is given an opportunity to sign up for one of the many committees, the purpose being to include as many girls as possible. Through these committees a girl is able to function as an active member of the Girls' Club. AIIVISIIRY ll0Allll tomme c-aANsTnANo NANCY SCHOENFELD MAY KIHARA nmv Ecmco Anco YANAGIHARA GERRY REED SANDY McKEE MYRTLE WOOD PATI DESKINS REIKO KIHARA CL Treasurer PAT LOCKE Secretary SANDRA MILES Second Vice-President EADING the activities of this club is an Advisory Board, a Cabinet, and five officers, the latter composing the adminis- trative body. The Advisory Board consists of ten girls who enforce school regulations and supervise certain club committees. The cabinet is composed of the chairman of each committee. Miss Bell, the advisor, is a friend to every girl and provides the valuable guidance necessary for the smooth functioning of this club. CABINET TOMOKO KAWAGUCHI Front Row: Kaye Nelson, Betty Delo, Beatrice Carithers, Mimi Michaelson, Irene Shoin, Carol Nakamura, Barbara Yamashita Sarah Morford, Margaret Hall. Second Row: Grace Kose, Kinuko Oiye, Bonnie Jo Balagot, Keiko Yanagihara, Betty Hiroo, Kathy Tomita, Grace Chin Roberta Maior, Leida Seid. Third Row: Donno Davenport Anne Dodd, Barbara Hubbard, Merlie Burton, Susie Myers, Betty Wherry, Coppy Huber Sharon Callahan, Helen McDuffie, Joan Redmond. ., . swine M . N151-f - .se 4 6 1 MR. LESLIE CRIBLEY JOHN DOUGLAS BOB HOIDA PAUL GENUNG Advisor President, Vice-President Secretary, BLIMEY First Semester First Semester First Semester WAYNE GIDLOF CAL McCUNE DAVE BLOCK President Vice-President Secretary, Second Semester Second Semester Second Semester LLDIIG CLUB HE BULLDOG CLUB is a boys' honorary service organization which prides itself in unsel- fish service to the school. These twenty-five boys usher for all school functions, such as football, basketball, and baseball games, and Funfest and Senior Play. Applications are filed during the last half of a boy's iunior year and first half of his senior year. Qualifications for membership are determined by scholastic standings, charac- ter, and previous record in school. Front Row: Paul Genung, Gerald Beppu, Gerald Okuma, Dove Bloch, Mark Heilbrunn. Second Row: Leland Vining, Bobby Spanfelner, Art Wong, Mike Nomura. Third Row: Tetsuo Miyato, Bob Hoida, Gerald Mowat, Larry Corpuz, Art Kono. Fourth Row: Tall Ellis, Wayne Gidlof, Ken Bushnell, Art Takahara. Fifth Row: Rex Allison, Cal MacCune, John Douglas, Bill Hill, John Bass. X . fsss c s s - el. ' in K . j ing, qxwsqx MISS SHAW LllllAN UENO SUE TENNEY PAT JOHNSON IRENE FUJIMURA Advisor President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SUCCESS COMES FROM HARD WORK BPLE P HE PURPLE PAW members assemble in room 105 every other Wednesday, Good scholar- ship, participation in activities, and a friendly personality are requirements for mem- bership in this senior girls' honorary service organization. These thirty-three girls are con- stantly in the process of making their immediate proiect a success. Their motto, "always ready to lend a helping hand", was put to usethroughout the year as the Purple Paws gave a Christmas party at the Seattle Hearing Center. Front Row: Gerry Reed, Grace Chin, Sandra Miles, Valerie Chinn, Janet lwago, Jane Tanaka, Aiko Yanagihara, Peggy Ohashi. Second Row: lynn Dee Rose, Joanne Granstrand, Sandy McKee, Betty Echigo, Tomoko Kawaguchi, Reiko Kihara, Nancy Schoenteld. Third Row: Pat Locke, Patti Meves, Carolyne Purnell, Suzi Williamson, Judy Goslin, Mary Metcalf, Pati Deskins. Fourth Row: Norma Hirota, Sabine Drevs, Anne Dodd, Sharon Callahan, Barbara Hubbard, Myrtle Wood, Ingrid Schumann, Penny Pettit. l 4 I TER-HIGH CIDUNCIL HROUGH the Inter-High Council, composed of three leaders from each school, Seattle's eight public high schools are united in their efforts to solve common problems. The Council convenes once a month at the administrative center. To function as efficiently as possible, the Council is divided into three committees: Traffic and Safety, Law Enforcement, and Sportsmanship. Each school has one representative on each of these committees. This group also sponsors the Leadership, Traffic, and Seabeck conferences and the campaign for a safe and sane Halloween. Representing Garfield in the Inter-High Council are Sue Williamson, Penny Pettit, and Dave Fukui. ONE FOR ALL MR. MAXEY VALERIE CHINN Advisor Secretary ART KONO JUDY GOSLIN s . President Pre'ident X 3 MR. CRIBLEY MISS BELL Advisor Advisor DE T CUUNCIL TUDENT GOVERNMENT in action is best illustrated at a Student Council meeting held every Friday in room ll8. Each organization at Garfield is represented at this meeting. Boys' and Girls' Club Presidents alternate the chairmanship of the Council, and the secretary is elected at the beginning of the first semester. The purpose of this vital body is to control the over-all student activity program. Ideas for school proiects first come to a head at Student Council meetings. After they are discussed thoroughly, the members of the Council decide which to present to the student body. Even amid the chaos and confusion, iustice prevails, and order reigns supreme as the Council settles one important matter after another. "SPEAK YOUR PIECE" MR. JOHN MAXEY KEN BUSHNELL Advisor President EDWARD CHOW Vice-President Secretory Treasurer TER- L B CUUNCIL ARFIELD has many clubs, each with a different program and range of activities. The Inter-Club Council, which unites these clubs, is com- posed of the presidents of the various clubs. These representatives meet once a month to solve common problems and to discuss general plans. Their main purpose is to publicize club activities and to encourage students to participate in them. The council's most important proiect of the year takes place on Back- to-School Night when the clubs, under the direction of the Inter-Club Council, display their activities. This is an annual proiect which informs parents of the extra-curricular functions available to students. COPPY HUBER LONNIE KANEKO X TEBEST CL NCLUDED in the extra-curricular organizations of Garfield are the interest clubs. These permit students to carry out their hobbies, with students of similar interest. Organized groups this year included the following: Art, Bellami, Y-Teens, Cathay, Hi-Y, Lettermen's, Pep, Photography, Radio, Short- hand, Spade, Young Life, Youth for Christ, and 4-N clubs. ABT CLUB BELLAMI Y-TEEN CLUB PAUL SMITH ARDEN STUART LYNDA LYTLE JANE TANAKA LILLIAN UENO BARBARA YAMASHITA This year the Art Club conducted various field trips in Each member of a Y-Teens organization has three aims: order to sketch and view obiecls of artistic value. To grow as a person, to grow in friendship, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. The members of Bellami par- ticipated in various proiects throughout the year. CATIIAY CLUB EDWARD cHow CYNTHIA KAN JOANNE ci-:INN The Cathay Club, composed of GarfieId's Chinese students, sponsored several proiects this year. Some proiects were: the selling of artificial carnations which the members made and the planning and serving of Chinese food to the faculty. PEP CLUB LAURA KING DELORES sms DONNA umEJoHN JAN KUDO The general aim of the club was to promote school spirit and to establish a good relationship between the teams and the student body. Various proiects were sponsored by the members throughout the year. ll I- Y CLUB WAYNE GIDLOFE sos WADE MiKE sromE MAC KENNEDY Members of GarfieId's Hi-Y took part in an all- state Youth-Government Conference this year. The club also held a Father-Son banquet and o dance, and had a very successful basketball season. LETTEBMENSS CLUB JIM CRUTCHFIELD sos SAUNDERS JOHN BAss The members of this club ore boys who have won Varsity letters in any one of the maior school sports. Pll0'l'0IiBAPllY CLUB ED McBURNEY STAEEAN CARLSON am VOLKERSZ The taking of field trips and the developing of color film were two highlights of the year for the Photography Club. The results of the members' pho- tographic efforts were shown to the group at their weekly meetings. RAIIIO CLUB MARJORIE OMORI RICHARD NlSHlO JERRY OSTRER The club fulfilled a desire this year when a former officer presented them with a neon sign for their club. Various members also completed other proiects concerning electronics. Sll0BTllANll CLUB AlKo YANIGIHARA zee coluen Emphasixing the importance of shorthand was the purpose of this club. The members obtained prep- aration for future jobs as they worked to improve their shorthand skills. SPADE CLUB VICTOR LEF PAT SHEUMAKER BETTY DELO This organization devoted time to aiding handi- capped children. Two of the members' proiects were visitations to the children and the making of toys for them. qu.. Y. F. C. CLUB CYNTHIA KAN KAY KIMBER LoNNY KONEKO The initials Y.F.C. stand for Youth For Christ. The members worked to spread the knowledge of Christ and his teachings to all interested students. 4 - N CLUB coPPY HussR DYANNE HAYES This was an active year for this organization. One highlight was the 4-N Club Day with exhibits, a noon-day program, and an assembly, featuring for- eign languages. Another was the International Tea, honoring foreign teachers. YOUNG LIFE CLUB BARBARA HUBBARD ARCHIE SMITH KEN BUSHNELL Through organized meetings, the Young Life lead- ers presented messages from the Bible to the members. Their program consisted of singing and speeches. ,Q A me '61 Ne A ' T 2 se MR. URWILER JIM MARGOLIS KAY STYLIANOPOULIS SARAH MORFORD Advisor President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer H0 0B HE HONOR SOCIETY has a membership shared by many. They are not bookworms or brains, but active, hard-working students, anxious to achieve scholastic standing and to be of service to the school. The functions of the Honor Society are carried out by three officers: a President, a Vice- President, and a Secretary-Treasurer. Three chairmen head the Eligibility, Project, and Publicity committees. This exclusive society also has a vote in the Student Council. 1i0l,lD SEAL Front Row: Janet lwago, Hiroko Kiyonaga, Roberta Kamel, Dyanne Hayes, Valerie Chinn, Pati Deskins, Reiko Kihcra, Nanci Goldsmidt, Laura King, Priscilla Chin. Second Row: Paul Genung, Carol Freiberg, Joanne Granstrand, Betty Echigo, Beatrice Carithers, Phyllis Becker, Skaidrite Krumins, David Bloch. Third Row: Mark Heilbrunn, Norma Hirota, Sharon Callahan, Barbara Hubbard, Anne Dodd, Coppy Huber, Betty Delo. Fourth Row Stanley Moses Calvo, Bob Hoida, Lonny Kaneko, Bill Hill, James MacDowell Kennedy, Jay Kind, Rex Allison. Fifth Row' Alex Joukovsky, Art Kano, Wayne Gidlof, Dick Foley. TWV!! IIAII Front Row: Grace Kose, Pam Campbell, Billie Dee Bobaire, Donna Baxter, Arline King, Joanne Chinn, Margaret Hall, Sandra Cordova, Betty Hiroo, Second Row: JoAnne Kanayo, Barbara Baker, Amelia Holl, Betty Fitch, Sonya Habib, Janice Hayashi, Lynn Calvo, Esther DeLeon. Third Raw: Pete Eng, Tom Harader, Bruce Cadwell, Kenneth Aoki, Richard Koyama, Norman Furukawa. Fourth Row Allen Harader, Maury Clark, Ken Copher, Ken Culver, George Dugan, Dave Cardas, Mike Harvey. CINE HAI! Front Row Ann Dennen, Joyce Hoshino, Judy Gates, Joan Green, Susie Bell, Evelyn Eastern, Frances Kubo, Virginia Chinn, Sharon Brashen, Akiko Kikuchi. Second Row: Beverly Freeman, Barbara Cohen, Elaine Hudesman, Camille Duett, Esther Benezra, Gail Franzke, Judy Carp, Joanne Fetzer, Kay Esaki, Susanne Kihara. Third Row Robert Doi, Fred Hoffman, Barry Bryant, Larry George, Raymond Eng, Hazel Eng, Katie Bowden, Helen Kinara, Eiichi Moriiasu. Fourth Raw. David Arai, Carlos Aiken, Lynn Caldwell, Donald Chinn, Hunter Hill, Shinya lchikawa. Fifth Row, Tim Hansel, Bob Berg, Chuck Dreiling, Dick Hanson. 5 . fm Q: ,Me K .. ww PATTI MEVE5 JOHN DeBRUYN CAROLE FRHBERG Eligibility Chairman Publicity Chairman Student Council Representative IICIETY ARLY in the school year each student's scholastic and service points are compiled to determine his elegibility for Honor Society membership, then pins are distributed. Sophomore and iunior members can be recognized by the purple one and two-barred emblems respectively, seniors by a Gold Seal. If a senior earns one hundred and twelve points, he may keep his Gold Seal and wear a gold chord at the graduation exercises. This is a highly valued honor. GIILD SEAL Front Row: Jane Tanaka, Sandra Miles, Lillian Ueno, Gerry Reed, Sandy McKee, Margaret McKenzie, Shirley Pinchev, Hermine Pruzan, Anita Maxwell, Tomoko Kawaguchi. Second Row: Zoya Li, lynda Lytle, Sarah Marlord, Patti Meves, Shirley Warren, Barbara Thompson, Diane Sainsbury, Charles F. lewis, Kathleen O'Brien, Sue Tenney, Sally Smiles. Third Row: Judy Shulman, Pat Sheumaker, Betty Wherry, Caro- lyne Purnell, Dian O'Brien, Marty Steinhauser, Gyneth Smith, Joan Pickard, Myrtle Wood. Faurth Row: Roger Shimomura, Stuart Schain, Herb Smith, Mari Moriguchi, Norihiko Mihara, Yuzo Tokita, Paul Tomita, Geardie Martin. Filth Row: Gregory Vederofl, Brian Mulron, Jim Margolis, Bob Saunders, Ron Slemmans, Maurice La Belle, Henry Mar, John Steinhauser. TWYO IIAII Front Row: Bonnie Balagot, JoAnn Baba, Janet Sakamoto, Juli- anne Otashi, Sula Seid, Kathleen Tomita, leida Seid, Kay Yanagihora, Kinuko Oiye, Betty Woron. Second Row: Cynthia Spencer, Midge Singer, Kay Stylianopoulos, Ruth Motsumato, Mariarie Omari, Judith Tamaki, Gail Mukai, Ellen Numoto, Maxine Loo. Third Row: Kaye Nelson, Irene Shain, Judy Leong, Pauline lee, May Kihara, Mimi Michaelson, Gail Pickering, Kendy MacColl, Donna Davenport, Gretchen Mathers. Fourth Raw: Tim Tucker,, Jiro Suguro, Dick Obayashi, Richard Nomura, Akihiko Mihara, Kei Moriyasu, Gary Levias, IINE BAR Front Row: Emiko Nakamura, Irene Nakao, Florence Mukai, Akika Tatsumi, Yashiko Nomura, Sally Ordell, Lana Leder- man, Sandi Lax, Bettie luke. Second Row: Elaine Yoshida, Sandra Nakatani, Mal Mar, Polly Stevens, Rabin Woodward, Miriam Mosler, lindy Nichols. Third Raw, Mike Schwartz, Carlos Ward, lan Treiger, Stuart Miller, Michael levren, Dick Robertson. Fourth Row: Bill Moflitt, Mike Riley, David Mosler, Rick Seeger, Bob McCutchan, Dick Tanabe, Allred Noriega, Frank Tanaka. David Bloch, Edward Chow, Bobby Saunders, John Douglas, Art Kona. COLOB G ARD T THE beginning of every assembly the color guards march on to the stage with starched stiffness. The student body is quick to rise in response. After the Pledge of Allegiance is given and the National Anthem sung, silence prevails as the flag is placed in the standard at the front of the stage, and the colar guards retire. Five boys who are student leaders present the flag with dignity and respect. At assemblies sponsored by the Girls' Club, however, five girls clad in white middies, navy blue skirts, and regulation sweaters carry out this ritual. Although the latter appear but a few times a year, the performance is none the less impressive. Patricia Johnson, Sheila Woo, Adelle Sandberg, Norma Hirota, Sue Tenney. VALERIE SANDY ANNE DYANNE CHINN MILES DODD HAYES BARBARA INGRID REIKO LYNN DEE HUBBARD SCHUMANN KIHARA ROSE DIANCE ll0LL N THE ATMOSPHERE of a silent auditorium, a small sound is heard above the buzz of the microphone. Whether it is a squeal or a gasp, it is the sound of a girl iust having been chosen for Radiance Roll. What could be more rewarding to a girl than to know she has been an inspiration to someone? Radiance Roll is determined by each girl nominating three girls who have been outstanding in friendliness, leadership, and school service. This distinction is re- warded by election to this Roll, the highest honor a girl can achieve at Garfield. SABINE JUDY PATI SUZI DREVS GOSLIN DESKINS WILLIAMSON JOAN MARY TOMOKO CAROLYNE PAT REDMOND METCALF KAWAGUCHI PURNELL LOCKE FALL Il0LL UFFICEB T THE beginning of the semester, each roll room elects three officers: A president, a secretary, and a banker. These officers represent their respective roll rooms in various school functions. Once a week, on each Monday morning, the presidents from each roll meet with Mr. Cribley in room 231. Here they have discussions and take the information back to their roll rooms. Following this, the president heads a discussion in his roll. FALL ll0Ll. PBESIIIENTS Front Row: Kathleen Tomita, Janet Sakamoto, Midge Singer, Tomoko Kawaguchi, Betty Bryant, Judy Leong, Donna Baxter, Karen Karnes, Karla Bentley, Paula West, Norma Hirota. Second Row: Mike Nomura, Jiro Suguro, Eugene Bowser, Barry Bryant, Bob Prottos, Mark Heilbrunn, Paul Genung, Dave Fukui, Jim Crutchfield, Larry Corpuz. Third Row: Pete Eng, Pat Reedy, Thomas Fair, Cal Stuart, Pete Gahlhoff, Billy Rice, Richards Beekmonn, Johnny Kennedy, Fourth Row: Gretchen Mathers, Mary Kennedy, Steve Sherman, Jake Tarica, John Douglas, Behel Hunt, Alan Halt, Don Duwe, Frank Guldseth. FALL BULL SECIIETAIII ES First Row: Sue Vierick, Gail Franzke, Johnnie Griffin, Ruth Matsumoto, JoAnn Baba, Naomi Yamamoto, Helen Nakanishi, Judy Jacobs, Jan Kudo, Sandy Lax, Dorothy Tagowa, Mar- garet Hall. Second Raw: Martha Kincaid, Moe Mar, Judy Taylor, Elaine Hudesman, Ann Dennen, Sue Golub, Sue Tenney, Lorita Delma, Carol Nakamura, Elizabeth Boulton. Third Row: Charles Brown, Al Katz, Anne Dodd, Pat Newlun, Delia Medica, Helen Kihara, Mae Etta Scott, Barbara Yamashita. Fourth Row: Charlie Cadwell, Bob Render, George Dugan, Joey Rubenteld, Bonnie Bor- gerson, Lindy Nichols, Myrtle Wood, Carolyne Purnell, Merlie Burton, Sharon Render. Fifth Row: Don Schindler, Fred Mitchell. FALL INILL BANKERS Front Row: Mary Hamada, Kay Yanagihara, Sula Seid, Carol Mitchell, Joey Shain, Floralyn Metcalf, Katherine Richardson, Barbara Jean Butler, Lillie Mae Williams, Lynn Dee Rose. Second Row: Bert Schreiber, Kathie Scheel, Barbara Zeumault, Obie Robinson, Barbara Knisley, Carol Railton, Joan Redmond, Gyneth Smith, Judy Coulsey, Third Row: Akihiko Mihara, Norihiko Mihara, Ruse Marie Van Zant, Barbara Allen, Erik Giese, Bobby Tsutsumi, Jerome Smith, Dian Sage. Fourth Row: Anita Merrell, Barbara Maeske, Calix Martos, Robert McCutchen, lra Kadish, Don Ohashi, Jerry Ostrer. Fifth Row: Sydney Hodges, Gerald Mowat, Mal- colm Lindquist, Harv Fuson, Bob Foss. PRI G RGLL UFFICER HE STUDENTS can share in and be assured of correct school problems, activities, and proiects by this method of student government and student participation. The other officers and their duties include the following: the Secretary, who keeps the daily attendance and is a general assistant to the teacher, the Banker, who is the representative for the school savings plan and encour- ages the students to participate in banking. SPRING ROI.I. PRESIIIENTS Front Row: Charlotte Winston, Pam Campbell, Midge Singer, Jane Tanaka, Louise Simpson, Donna Littleiohn, Melinda Locke, Jenny Masley, Gerry Reed, Priscilla Chin. Second Row: Barbara Baker, Anne Dodd, Mary Jane Baetz, Mae Mar, Bettie Rhodes, Barbara Adams, Eugene Bowser, Barry Bryant, Richard Koyoma, Shinya lchikawa. Third Row: John Douglas, Aaron Pascal, Gary Ross, Fred Hoffman, George Dugan, Maurice LaBelle, Mike Yamashita. Fourth Row: Joe Boyd, Wayne Gidlof, Tony Smith, Alan Holt, Mike Riley, Paul Caroco, Bob Davidson. Fifth Row: Al Stuart, Charlie Cadwell, Chuck Lyford, Chuck Dreiling, Robert LaBow. SPRING ROI.I. SECRETARIES Front Row: Aiko Yanagiharo, Jan Kudo, Irene Nakao, Sue Vierick, Gail Franzke, Margaret Hall, Dyanne Hayes, Esther Deleon. Second Row: Arline King, Thalia Wiseman, Mary Kennedy, Lindy Nichols, Joan Giles, Rae Ann Hill, Ellen Numoto. Third Row: Norma Friese, Susanne Kihara, Sheila Woo, Barbara Gilbert, Elaine Johnson, Audrey Stone, Barbara Yamashita, Sarah Morford. Fourth Row: Bob Hoicla, Dick Tanabe, Bobby Tsutsumi, Dick Seroile, Cal Stuart. Fifth Row: Tom O'Gorman, Ken Copher, Bobby Saunders, Anthony Ellis, Malcolm Lindquist. SPRING ROI.I. BANKERS Front Row: Roberta Kamel, Dolores Grimsrud, Janice Hing, Kinuko Oiye, Barbara leon Butler, Judith Tamaki, Joey Shain, Elinor Kosokotf, Cynthia Kan, Lynn Calvo. Second Row: Joey Rubenfeld, Joan Redmond, Bonnie Borgerson, Julia Smith, Helen Kihara, Carol Freiberg, May Kihara, Irene Shain, Gyneth Smith. Third Row: Jerry Warshal, David Bloch, Roger Pappas, Sydney Hodges, Calix Martos, Ronald Chin, Gerald Beppu, Ira Kadish. Fourth Row: Robert McCutchan, Jim Ofrancia, Bobby Tsutsumi, Tom Howard, Bob Freeman, Don Duwe, Rick Seeger, Kenneth Aoki, David Arai. PIl0lflUCTIONS N ACTIVE HAND is represented through the stage productions which are produced by the directing hand, white ihe literary productions are the result of the creative hand. ...A-A Front Row: Bob Sounders, Coppy Huber Gregory Vederoff, Betty Echigo Dick Foley. Second Row: Advisors-Mr. Hazzard Messenger, Miss Saeman, Arrow Miss Dixon, Pen. ILL and SCBULL Ull.L AND SCROLL members are carefully selected students whose work on the Arrow, Pen, or Messenger has been out- standing. Throughout the year these busy individuals were found laboring over layouts, copy, galley sheets, or manuscripts. Each semester several new pledges are chosen. These select- ed students proudly display small, gold rectangular pins bearing the inscription "Quill and Scroll". The pins distinguish them as mem- bers of an international journalistic honorary organization. Front Row: Pati Deskins, Janet Woron, Kathleen O'Brien, Norma Hirota, Cynthia Kan, Reiko Kihara. Second Row. Paul Mar, Allen Harader, Rex Allison, Bill Volkersz, Richard Koyama. 44 I BBOW DICK FOLEY KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Co-editor Co-editor MARIE C. SAEMAN Advisor HE ARROW room resembles other classrooms in Garfield, but behind its shuttered window is a staff which works furiously and attentively. A challenge to every staff member is to produce a publication superior to that of the year before. ln May, after the new staff was chosen, the members were informed of their sep- arate tasks, each of vital importance. With the new school year's arrival, the staff, headed by Miss Saeman and two co-editors, started their intensive work to produce an outstanding annual. ln May, when the Arrow made its public appearance on Purple- White Day, the staff hopefully awaited the hearty approval of the student body. BUSY HANDS MAKE WAY FOR THE ARROW HBO ORK was continued day after day until the finished product was produced. The editors made deadline schedules, drew layouts, and most important of all, worked individually with each staff member. The artist drew sketches about the theme, while the copy editors were busy creating clever descriptions. The responsibility of produc- lion and personnel managers was to construct lay- outs that were both original and inexpensive. The sports editors could be seen dashing back and forth to the darkroom, collecing glossy prints of athletes. LYNN DEE ROSE Copy MALINDA PANGBORN Copy ALLEN HARADER Layout Technician RICHARD KOYAMA Layout Technician ROGER SHIMOMURA Artist ELAINE FRENCH JULIANNE OTOSHI BETTY ECHIGO JUDY LEONG Senior Personnel Junior Personnel Typist Typist FF ORKING with sketches, cardboard, and slide rules, the layout technicians arrange and draw each page in all three dummies. Equipped with cameras and flashlights, the photographers were seen snapping pictures, anytime of the day or night, capturing those memorable moments. The two typists diligently pecked at their faithful type- writers every day as the copy came in, while the business manager seemed concerned as to whether the budget was being followed. The work finally came to an end, and the staff was ready to present this l957 Arrow to the student body. BARBARA COOPER Productions MARTHA KINCAID Productions RUTH MATSUMOTO Girls' Sports PAUL MAR Boys' Sports BRUCE CADWELL Boys' Sports TIM TUCKER STAFFAN CARLSON RICHARD NOMURA GREGORY VEDEROFF Business Manager Photographer Photographer Head pf-,ofogmpher A FALL HE CLOCK strikes eleven forty-five, the managing editor blows the whistle, Mr. Hazzard smiles, and suddenly room 209 is silent. A short discussion by both the editor and Mr. Hazzard opens the period, and then mad chaos WARREN HAZZARD BOBBY SAUNDERS breaks loose as each member bursts into his group meeting. Advffof MU"U9i"9 fdffof Immediately activity begins as the editors assign stories, members check galleys, copyreaders lament over errors and write headlines, and typists type last-minute stories. FEATURE EDITORS FEATURE STAFF Janet Woran, Nanci Goldsmidt. Anita Maxwell, Roberta Maior, Norma Hirota. BUSINESS STAFF Front Row: Aiko Yunagihara, Jane Tanaka. AD MANAGERS Back Row: Carolyne Purnell, Lillian Ueno, Pat Sheumaker, Bill Volkersz. Sue Tenney. ' ff? 5 ' wt' 'f NEWS STAFF ASSISTANT EDITORS Front Row: Arlene Keisler, Georgeanne Front Row: Sarah Morford, Sharon Calla- LaFell, Pio DeCono, Yuzo Tokita. han- Back Row: Phyllis Becker, Arlene Stept, Back Row: Pat Johnson, Charles Lewis, Nancy Schoenfeld, Sally Smiles, Penny Marsha Davis. Pellil. www' M s'N" rn M' fa' .2 cm.z-ser1s:erav.M AM.m xcQswsmmawmsw ESSENGEB HE GARFIELD MESSENGER, affectionately nicknamed the "Mess", is a weekly highlight in the life of the student body. The Fall staff was ably headed by Mr. Warren . . . PATI DESKINS REIKO KIHARA Hazzard, advisor, Bobby Saunders, managing editor, and Edna, Edna, a competent staff of fine editors. The reporters and typists, together with the business, advertising and copy staffs, con- tributed their skill, time, ideas, so that the Messenger could live up to its motto, "A paper with a purpose". BUSINESS MANAGERS Front Row: Brenda Fillipi, Hiroko Kiyonaga. SPORTS EDITORS Back Raw: Paul Tomita, Barbara Yamashita. Pele Gghlhgffl Rex Allison, TYPISTS CIRCULATION AND EXCHANGE EDITORS Ruth Higo, Faye Weiskind. Barbara Brandt, Mary Metcalf. COPY STAFF Front Row: Margaret McKenzie, Bobbie SPORTS STAFF Kamel. Front Row: George Martin, Alex Joukovsky. Back Row: Joanne Grunstrfmd, Sundy Mc- Back Row: Miisuo Kikuchi, Jim Budlong, Kee, Sharon Ostroff, Sara Batiste. Neil Mill, ' mfwmszxsais-irss.w v mnl fn 1 f PATI DESKINS REIKO KIHARA Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor CIRCULATION AND EXCHANGE EDITORS Seated: Judy Shulman. Standing: Melinda Townsend, Arline King. FEATURE EDITORS Norma Hirota, Midge Singer. COPY STAFF Seated: Ingrid Schumann, Barbara Gilbert. Standing: Cynthia Spencer, Marguerite luke. 5 x l L . vi PBI HE PROCEDURE in the "Mess" room is somewhat as follows: First, the eager reporter covers his beat, gathering the facts. The story is then written in good form and typed. After the page editor has checked the story, it is sent to the copy staff. The story having been corrected, now acquires an eye-catching headline. Approval by the managing editor and Mr. Hazzard completes the story which is sent to the printer. AD MANAGERS Pat Sheumaker, Johnnie Griffin, Bill Volkersz COPY EDITORS Sandy McKee, Joanne Granstrand. FEATURE STAFF Seated: Jennifer Masley, Harold Belmont, Jan Kudo. Standing: Vicki Mix, Judy Melby, Bonnie Balagol, Sonya Habib, Linda Maekawa. MESSE GER OURNALISM I assures the "Mess" of a plentiful supply of new iournalists. Students receiving high grades and attracted to further iournalistic work, are promoted to SAILY SMIIIES NANCY SQHOENFELD Assistant Editor Editor Messenger. The Spring Messenger staff, headed by Pati Deskins, was composed not only of old staff members, but also of many new enthusiasts. This combination of experience and fresh talent accounts for the Garfield Messenger having one of the highest rated papers in the city. BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGERS Seated: Ruth Matsumoto, JoAnn Baba. Seated: Sue Tenney, Jane Tanaka. Standing: Kathleen Tomita, Betty Hiroo. Standing: Aiko Yanagihara. TYPISTS Seated: Geraldine Watson, Theresa dela Cefm- svonrs ennoks Sd':B'll'D Bb',R H. , , , Ian mg I Ie ee O one eng um Mitsuo Kikuchi, Alex Joukousky NEWS STAFF SPORTS STAFF Front Row: Cynthia Kan, Gail Pickering Seated: Tom Foley, Shelton Chow, Bob VBFHICC Mitchell- Davidson. Second Row: Julianne Otoshi, Betty Woron Standing: Paul Mar, Jiro Suguro, George Joanne MOYYISOUI JUWICB HUYUSIWI- del Rosario. Third Row: Liz Boulton, Barbara Cooper. iw. MISS MARY ETHEL DIXON NORMA HIROTA Advisor Editor FALL PE HE PEN, appearing semi-annually, is Garfield's creative masterpiece. Gathered between the bindings of this publication are the original poems, essays, and short stories of GarfieId's talent. The iudges are composed of a select group of fifteen students. These students read, criticize, and finally select the manuscripts by means of round-table discussions. COPY STAFF BUSINESS STAFF Front Row: Mimi Michaelson, Betty Delo, Copy Editors. Front Row: Cynthia Kan, Business Manager. Second Row: Sandy McKee, John Takizawa, lrene Second Row: Poul Tomita, Anne Dodd, Barbara Hub Shain. bard, Margaret Hall. PUBLICITY STAFF Front Row: Joanne Robin, Publicity Editor. Second Row: Amy Sanbo, Tony Smith, Arden Stuart. fllflf ' i ' . .f !Jg.Q.g1i1,LvQ1iU . 1. , yy, .xLc-QWZJGLJ15 -L4,1L.L1,U.. 4 , ' t K 441, ' lbuvawv L-Jtfr I ah' .Pike fllbf-if L2,,. 4 1 I ' , ci.a,1sJlJQ. wwf 5 A -Z ,110-fawf-fa yt ' L iijiwk Witwjj I' 7M'4LCvI' ANNE DODD MARGARET HAll. ' ,, P Editor Assistant Editor 1,'i,f1,LfTl Lily!! ,If PBI G PE 4f1f'Lrf7Wti7dm" 7J MJ' Mft !L,fj ,. HE DAY of distribution, a carefully guarded secret, is ' awaited hopefully by each contributor, as wel.l as by the anxious student body. These authors may not be Hem- ingways or Thoreaus, but they receive Garfield's famed prize, their selections in print. f yum The valuable experience and fine direction of Miss Mary Ethel Dixon, advisor, does much to make this publi- cation one of the finest in the country. BUSINESS STAFF PUBLICITY STAFF Front Row: Paul Tomita, Manager. Front Row: Arden Stuart, Artist, Tony Smith, Manager. Second Row: Barry Stewart, Linda Shulman, Barbara Second Row: Paul Genung, Lana Lederman. Baker. Third Row: Gretchen Mathers, Christie Buschmann, Arline King. COPY STAFF Front Row: lrene Shain, Copy Editor. Second Row: Cynthia Spencer, Gail Mukai, Ernest Peterson, Jean Buchanan, Merlie Burton. 53 UBCIIESTB ARFlELD'S ORCHESTRA, under the skilled and untiring direction of Mr. Raymond Johnston, plays an important part in school functions. It would be impossible for Garfield to produce the Funfest without the aid of this student musical group. For weeks prior to the opening night, the director and orchestra members compose, arrange, and rehearse all the music that is heard in this annual production. From the overture to the finale the orchestra performs its part professionally. The Mid-Winter Concert was the orchestra's shining moment. lts well performed program, including light, semi-classical, and classical music, was one that every member of the audience could enioy. Front Row: Beatrice Carithers, Larita Delma, Hermine Pruzan. Pio De Cano. Second Row: Malinda Pangborn, Gail MacColl, Frank Guldseth, Richards Beekman. Third Row: Barbara Maeske, Herschell Lawson, Ken Aoki, Bob Holmes. Fourth Row: Barbara Hubbard, Richard Nakano, Carlos Ward, Larry George. Fifth Row: Bert Schreiber, Bill Schreiber, Alvin Resch. Sixth Row: Pam Campbell, Bob Foss. AN URING FIFTH PERIOD, professional-sounding music is heard in Garfield's halls as band members congregate for an hour of rehearsal. ln the spring the band gives a concert in order to raise funds for sending the band to one of the Northwest's spring festivals. Band members take a great deal of pride in the execution of their precision routines. ln the preparation of "half time" performance, long tedious hours are spent indoors perfecting the theme, music, and routines before the band ever goes out onto the field to practice. No matter what the circumstances are, the "half time" goes on, with each member trying to make it the best possible program. Front Row: Left to Right: Joyce Taylor, Frank Guldseth, Alan Holt, Dyanne Hayes, Carlos Ward, Lancing Chinn, Kendy MacColl, Roger Croshaw, Mary Hamada. Second Row: Left to Right: Lynn Caldwell, Ken Culver, Darryl Kruse, Elizabeth Boulton, Gerri Takayoshi, Juan Bennett, Ronald Tada, Don Anderson, John Macklin, Alvin Backman, Bill Barr, Eugene Rice. Karla Anderson, Richards Beekman, Pio De Cano. Third Row: Left to Right: Tom Howard, Mike Yamashita, Ken Aoki, Billy Wright, Fumio Ikegami, Stan Calvo, Shinya lchikawa, Bob Holmes, Bud Baetz, Dan Smith, John Takizawa, Ken Copher, Don Smith, Charles Schaeffer, John Napiontek, Richard Nagaoka, Robert Doi, Larry George, Etta Ward, Henry Mar, Alvin Resch. Fourth Row: Left to Right: Ronnie Simon, Paul Devereaux, Charles Gaither, Clyde Haydel, Ronnie Holdem Pam Campbell, Doug Robinson, Jack Barouh, Jake Tarica, Mike Storie, Duncan Boyne. CIIIIBAL HE NONETTE, under the skillful direction of Mr. Parker Cook, is a selected group of nine vocally talented Garfield girls. Every fifth period this ensemble meets in room 309 to prepare music for their numerous school and community engagements. Garfield's Double Quartet includes eight of the school's most versatile crooners. Throughout the year this vocal group performs for special school and local functions. NIIN li'I"l'E GRACE YOUNG' P"""s" INIUIILE QUAIITET Left to Right: Merlie Burton, Lorraine Gossett, Sue Stude- baker, subine Dfw, Emilie Eide, Liz Boulton, Claudio MR- PARKER COOK' U' the Piano Boulton. left to Right: Bob Pace, Julian Hook, Henry Arviso, Tall Ellis, Absentees: Shelia Prince, June Heppner. Art Kano, Archie Smith, and Mr. Cook. Front Row: Amy Sanbo, Jo Ann Morrison, Lorita Delma, Marion Tsutsumi, Josephine Wayne, Vera Chan. Second Row: Loretta Knauls, Lorraine Gossett, Claudia Boulton, Christie Buschmann, Martha White, Susie Myers, Glenda Howell Connie Neukirch. Third Row: Julian Hook, Robert Pace, Henri Arviso, Joe Finch, John Roston, Tall Ellis, Phillip Collier. Absenteos: Rosemarie Van Zant, Laurie Johnson, Behel Hunt, Graham Wills. 56 GBO ELECTED chorus is more than just another class. lt is a maior school activity. Under the direction of Mr. Parker E. Cook, the chorus prac- tices diligently every second and third periods to produce harmonized song in practice for coming musical programs. Gowned in blue choir robes, the chorus and the choraleers perform at assemblies. Music of every type is given annually at such productions as the Mid-Winter Concert and the Operetta. At each production, the Garfield Choral groups add variety and color to the presentation. Front Row: Grace Young, Flora Wilder, Sandy Shindell, Janet Woron, Masako Nakamura, Carol Railton, Floralyn Metcalf, Sheila Prince, Mae Etta Scott. Second Row: Audrey Ann Perryman, Georgia Williams, Sue Studebaker, Linda Rotenberg, Ingrid Schumann, Elizabeth Boulton, Lillian Liddell, Bessie Minor, Fannie Mitchell. Third Row: Byron Dorn, John Roston, Henri Arviso, Kenneth Rivers, Toshio Naganawa, Robert Pace. Front Row: Sabine Drevs, Loretta Knauls, Una Mayes, Carol Francke, Irene Gossett, Gloria Ferrell, Emilie Eide, Carole Goodwin. Second Row: Georgia Lamb, Merlie Burton, Claudia Boulton, Lorraine Gossett, Helaine Green, Martha Manning. Janice Holland, Cara Gustanoff. Third Row: Billy Dunn, Joe Finch, Tall Ellis, John Kennedy, Ron John son, Herschel Lawson. 57 MR. JOHN MAXEY SUZI WILLIAMSON Advisor Student Director UNFEST ONG HOURS of chorus-training and tiring act rehearsals measured the ex- tensive efforts which materialized in the presentation of this year's Funfest. Groups of performers anxiously awaited their turn as the curtain was raised on the nights of March 28, 29, and 30. The theme, "Showman's Digest", was used, with each act presenting renditions of famous Broadway plays. With an array of singing, dancing, color and music, this 1957 Funfest proved to be one of the best Garfield has ever had. FUNFEST CllMMlTTEE JUDY MELBY GEORDlE MARTIN LORITA DEl.MA CAROLYNE MIDGE SINGER DAVE FUKUI RON CHIN Script Script Music PURNELL Programs Q STAGE CREW Art Stage DICK F0l.EY Master of Ceremonies GEORDIE MARTIN Master of Ceremonies PAJAMA GAME EMPEROR AND I 9 Q, QQ 8 941,71 M . 'gl'f,4Ml V BROADWAY HOLIDAYS GIRL CRAZY Ill MADAME BUTTERFLY ANNIE GET YOUR GUN CARMEN 'LIL ABNER SOUTH PACIFIC WAYNE GIDLOF AND SILAS JUE SUE WILLIAMSON, RON HOLDEN, MARY METCALF THE CONSERVATIVE FOUR MR. STEELE-SHAW Faculty Director NANCI GOLDSMIDT Student Director RON IOHNQUN Lord Chief Justice ANITA MAXWELL Mrs. Brarnson WANDA HAYN ES Property SUE GOLUB Property MELVIN LILLIE Scenic Design GERRY REED Mrs. Terence MARTY STEINHAUSER Dorn Parlroe DAVID BLOCK Inspector Belsize JIM MARGOLIS Dan 62 LAST MINUTE RUSH! SE Illll NDER the enthusiastic and sole direction of a new advisor, Mr. Joseph Steele-Shaw, the drama class presented "Night Must Fall" as the 1956 Senior Class Play. On Ihe nights of November I6th and I7th, the play was presented to an audience prepared to see a play similar to those of the preceding years. Since such was not the case, they were less appreciative of the untiring efforts of the advisor and the cast in creating a successful play. "Night Must FaII" required a great deal of excellent acting or. the part of each cast member. Also this year, as in the past, the scenery was excellent and played an important part in the success of the play. NOT REALLY? ,,. TEA TIME PLAY IGHT MUST FALL a three act melodrama was written by Emlyn Williams The plot revolves around a family and a murderer in Essex, England It is fall when young Dan the psychopathic killer ar rives at the Bramson bungalow. Olivia, the niece, realizes Dan has already killed one person, and there is but little doubt that he will soon murder another The first act takes place inside the bungalow on an October morning, where Mrs. Bramson, Olivia, the maid and Olivia's boy friend are talking about the murder. Act two is a portrayal of two shrewd men, Dan and Inspec- tor Belsize, from Scotland Yard. Realizing he is about to be caught, Dan kills Mrs. Bramson in the final act, and is eventually caught. ' NOW GIRLS, CONTROL YOURSELVES! DENNIS CLUFF Business Manager SANDY SHINDELL Wardrobe SHARON RENDER Wardrobe EDITH BROWN Wardrobe BRENDA FILLIPI Olivia Grayne HARVEY FUSON Hubert Laurie LINDA ROTENBERG Nurse Libby EDDIE STERN Scenic Design DICK DWYER Scenic Design MARSHA DAVIS Prompter GINNY COLCOCK Promphr 63 PARKER COOK EVA JURGENSOHN RAYMOND JOHNSTON ID-WI TER C0 CERT T THE CHRISTMAS season, Garfield's band, orchestra, chorus, and choraleers, combined their talents to produce a colorful Mid- Winter Concert. To add variety to this program of light, classical, and seasonal music, Miss Jurgensohn's dance classes presented ballets as well as modern types of dancing. This concert was the highlight of winter musical activities. SHARON RENDER AND MERLIE BURTON LOLLY LEAVlTT, ANNETTE BRAZIER, NORMA HIROTA, ANITA MAXWELL UPEBETT HE ANNUAL OPERETTA, produced by student choral groups and directed by Mr. Parker Cook, terminated the year's musical and dramatic activities. The program, having no plot, was tied together with descriptive costumes, dances, and music. The operetta's vocalization this year was dedicated to the musical, "The King and I" and to the current Broadway sensation, "My Fair Lady". Noted selections by Cole Porter and Roger and Hammerstein offered variety. As the curtain fell on the 1957 Operetta, another successful year of Garfield musical productions was completed. Left to Right: Behel Hunt, Lorita Delma, Graham Wills, Frank Guldseth, Amy Scnbo, Parker Cook, Director. POB'l' HE HANDS that make up a winning team may be different shapes, different colors, and different textures, but no matter whose hands they are, they stand for one thing: sportsmanship. .w .HP V1 fflv .' Q -, , K, I ,ll X, A C 1' VL , ffbfj' ff f f- 5 Z ,, 1 1 1 " 4 ,r 7' .. , x Lu"x Huff 13' NJA JIM 17' ' 2,044 ,'L,,.,1 I 'L I .ly fl- .A A 'jf - Z ,vid VZ I . ' ,I Lf" L. 11,5 L4 1, ff 7 , 4 C' ,I+ , f 'L L Z l ,C dpdbtf :inf f ' fn. 4 Illll, ff 7! 0' 1 f 4,10 f ff f f Q dt if f-A ff 1 ,J ,, L fl L L5 V UH' mp Cf I 1 lip: ' 4 , , If 67 LET ME GO, LOVER HEY! THAT'S MINE ,... ,f . , t V- ..... ,fl 4 L ij- . A it V Q. ,.,. I ,mr N r 5 h VA I T Y ,ff V, I I I- II? ' I -.flflgx f ,,f5f I 1 ,.., ,jz ,,,., qlvbv V -, Q b' GERALD MOWAT CHARLES MALCOLM RONNIE SLEMMONS Honorable Mention CHRISTENSON LINDQUIST All-City Honorable Mention All-City Inspirational . . I X K x X ' W GERALD OKUMA JIM CRUTCHFIELD CARL NORRIS A. J. "SWEDEN JOHN BOITANO LINDQUIST Coach Head Coach BILL HILL CHARLIE CADWELL VIC SHINODA WILLIE MINOR Q YAIKSITY STANDINGS ft W. L. T. Ballard ,.....,,,, ..,,, 6 O I GARFIELD ...,..,,, .,.,,. 5 2 Franklin ..,....Y,,,, ,, 4 2 I Queen Anne ....... ,,.. 4 3 0 West Seattle .,,.... ,,,.,, 3 4 0 Roosevelt ..,,... A. 2 4 I Lincoln .......... ,, I 5 I Cleveland ..,,..... .,,,,, I 6 O LUTHER THOMAS BILL WRIGHT KEN BUSHNELL HIT 'EM HIGH, HIT 'EM LOW! CAN I HAVE A RIDE TOO? FO0TB LL BRUCE WILSON ERNIE DZURICK Coach Coach YAIKSITY RESULTS GARFIELD OPPONENT I2 Roosevelt 6 26 Wesl Seallle 7 25 Franklin 3I I8 Cleveland 7 25 Queen Anne O I4 Lincoln 6 7 Ballard I4 LARRY CORPUZ JOHN STEINHAUSER JOHN BASS STEVE WONG All-Cify All-Cify Honorable Meniion Manager I f 'lf' - ""' , ,,,, , . ff-we areoa .....,' W I' I A Aw A J, 1 f , ALVIN RESCH BILL STOKES JOHN STEINBRECKER I A I -:-l igigii -' W . '--. 3 -A eff ,...,,. BILL RICE DICK FOLEY BILL NAKASHIMA JIM STANDIFER JEROME SMITH TETSUO MIYATA BOB TILLMAN I - I MEAN, WHY DO YOU MAKE ME JUMP LIKE THIS? HE l956 FOOTBALL SEASON saw the end of Garfield's reign as the number one team in the city, but it lost like a champion, fighting to the very end. The season also marked the re- tirement of A. J. "Swede" Lindquist, the Bulldogs' colorful and popular head coach. Garfield's second-place finish with a record of five wins and two losses would have been con- sidered very good by many a team. But the Bulldogs were out to make it three in a row. They were picked as favorites to win the championship which was based on Garfield's brigade of eleven re- turning lettermen, including three all-city gridders and a strong reserve bench. Before the league play began, there was doubt about the Bulldogs' chances of making it three in a row. ln the Jamboree, Queen Anne rolled over Garfield for the West's first touchdown and thus paved the way to a Westside victory. In their first league game, Roosevelt shocked the Bull- dogs before Garfield iced the game with a fourth-quarter touchdown. The final score was I2-6. Things began to straighten out when the Pups thoroughly whipped West Seattle 26-7. Next came arch-rival Franklin. Going well in the first quarter, Garfield piled up a I2-0 lead which was cut to I9-I2 Garfield, at halftime. The second half saw the Quaker aerial attack click, and Franklin eventu- ally topped the Pups, 31-25. Marking Garfield's first loss in two years, the Bulldogs, not to be dis- couraged by the loss, roared back and took three straight contests over Cleveland, Queen Anne, and Lincoln respectively. With the title chances slim but hopeful, Garfield set out to conquer League-leading Ballard in its final season game. Before a capacity crowd at Memorial Stadium, the two teams staged a ter- rific defensive battle in a game which featured magnificent goal-line stands by each club. Ballard scored first, only to have Garfield tie it 7-7. The third quarter saw both teams moving the ball well but doing no scoring. With half a minute left to play, the Beavers scored from the one-yard line to defeat the Pups I4-7 and take the championship. DON'T BUG ME, MAN! Front Row: John Macklin, John Napiontek, Nick Tsiakilos, Bob LaBow, Jim Washington, Tom Harader, AI Harader, lynn Wyatt, Emanuel Taylor. Second Row: Robert Render, Jim George, Chuck Howard, Willie Davis, Dennis Nomura, Norm Furukawa, Don Ohashi, Russell Farrell. SECO and TIIIBD TE STANDINGS STANDINGS W. l.. T. W GARFIELD ......., ,.,., 6 0 0 GARFIELD ......., ..... 6 Ballard ...,,,.,. ,.,., 5 'l 0 Ballard ......,.., ..... 5 Lincoln ,.,..A,,,.,,. ..... 4 l l Roosevelt ...,,..,. ..,.. 4 West Seattle ..,,,, .,.,. 2 3 T Queen Anne ..,,,. ,..,. 3 Franklin .,.,.,,,A. t..,, 2 4 O Cleveland ..,,.... ..... l Queen Anne ...,., ,,,,, 2 4 O Franklin ......., ,... l Cleveland .,...... ,,,,. I 5 0 Lincoln ......, ,.... O Roosevelt .,,,.,.,. ...., l 5 0 TIIIIID TEAM FO0TBALI. Front Row: Jim Wilson, Bill Seraile, Monroe Miles, Ulysses Whitehead, Carlos N. Ward, Jack Day, Phil Morrison, Mike Schwartz, Mickey Ellis, John Campbell, Robert Allen, Eugene Bowser, lancing Chinn. Second Row: Edward G. Ball, Emanuel Smith, Mike Wong, Ernie Tee Alexander, Kenny Gidlof, David Arai, John Rabel, Ernie Nagai, Thomas Fair, Megumi Okada, Cal Stuart, Earlie Hudson, Bruce Yoshimura, Robert E. Gibson, Ronnie Shinoda, Gary Budlong. Third Row: Frank Stull, George Justin, David Dillon, Raymond Raabe, Tim Hansel, Roman Williams, John Prater, Robert Doi, Richard Washington, Billy Hilliard, Royal Snyder, Al Stuart, Ron Ervin, Charles Mitchell, David Mosler. VAR ITY ASKETBALL VARSITY STANDINGS W. l.. Lincoln .......... ........ l 4 0 GARFIELD ......... ..,..... l l 4 'Queen Anne ,.., .....,,. l 0 5 Franklin ......... .... 8 6 West Seattle ,.... .,.,, 6 8 Roosevelt ...,.... . ,... 4 l0 Cleveland ,........ .... 2 12 Ballard .,......,. ............,. 2 l 2 'Garfield and Queen Anne were tied at the end of the regular sea- ion. A playoff was necessary to de- terrnlne the second representative of the City League to the State Tournament. Garfield wen 57-50. BOB TATE FRANK INSLEE Head Coach Coach VARSITY RESULTS GARFIELD OPPONENT 63 Franklin 45 53 Roosevelt 5l 66 Cleveland 54 5l Lincoln 60 44 Queen Anne 6l 63 West Seattle 52 54 Ballard 48 48 Roosevelt 45 45 Franklin 48 78 Queen Anne 66 77 Cleveland 56 64 Ballard 55 50 Lincoln 60 65 West Seattle 62 '57 Queen Anne 50 'Playoff Game BOB SAUNDERS TOM HOLLIS JOHN BASS Second Team, All-City Honorable Mention, Honorable Mention, Captain, lnspirational All-City All-City 72 LOUIS LAKE JOE HENDERSON FRED PAULSELL ARDESS HUNTER Honorable Mention All-State rx c N 'PW 1 'f M 'L J M " ORJX VF- F - Af SQ X' QM w ,IM Nr' X JIM CRUTCHFIELD THURMAN EDMUNDSON CHARLES GULLEY GEORGE SAUER PETE GAHLHOFF MALCOLM LINDQUIST BILL McGRAW Manager I, 2, 3, JUMP Front Row: Victor lef, Manager, Bill Rice, Dick Teppner, Norm Furukawa, Thurman Edmundson. Second Raw: Charles Gulley, Joe Henderson, Bill McGraw, Columbus Lowe, Bob Tate, Coach. SECO and TIIIIID TE SECDND TEAM TIIIIID TEAM STANDINGS STANDINGS W. l. W. l. GARFIELD .....,. .,,.. l 2 2 Queen Anne ..,.,.,. ..... l 4 0 Roosevelt .........,. .,... 8 6 Ballard .,...,...,,,,. ..... 'l l 3 West Seattle .,...,... .,.. 8 6 lincoln ....,,...... ..... l 0 4 Lincoln .......,,.,,.., ..... 7 7 GARFIELD ...... ,. 6 8 Franklin ..,..,, ..... 6 8 Roosevelt .,,.,,. ,. 6 8 Ballard ..,....,..., ..... 5 9 Cleveland .,,..,. .. 5 9 Cleveland ........,.. ,,... 5 9 Franklin ...,.,.,...,. .. 2 I2 Queen Anne ,...,,,.. ,..,. 5 9 West Seattle ....,,.. .. 2 I2 Front Row: Bill Seraile, Al Stuart, Mickey Ellis, Gene Bowser, Wayne Foley. Second Row: Frank lnslee, Coach, Tom Faire, David Arai, Bill Dixon, Charles Mitchell, Ken Gidlof, Ray Raabe, Manager Third Row: Bill Hilliard, Roger Croshaw, Buzz Humphries, Gene Cox, Tim Hansel, Roman Williams. JOHN BOITANO STRIKE! ERNIE DZURICK Coach Head Coach VAR ITY ROY DOTSON LARRY CORPUZ JOE LAINS All-City Second Team Second Team All-Cify AH-Cify BILL RICE BOBBY JOHNSON PIERRE JOLLY BOB BLOMGREN Second Team All-City ASEBALL CHARLIE CHRISTENSON RONNIE SIMON GERALD MOWAT MALCOLM LINDQUIST ' I HAROLD JAFFE JIM BUDLONG JOHN BASS JOHN DeBRUYN Manager YARSITY RESULTS VARSITY GARHELD OPPONENT SECQINII TEAQI STANDINGS 2 """""' STANDINGS l4 Roosevelt W. L. 3 Cleveland W. L Franklin... f.f. 12 2 7 lincoln West Seattle..,...,..,. l0 2 Ballard ---..... ---. l 0 4 5 Franklin Roosevelt ....... 9 3 ...... .... 9 5 5 Qugen Anne l.lftCOln .,.,,,,,,,, ... 7 3 Queen Anne ,.,,,, . .... 7 7 3 Wes' Seqnle GARFIELD ,,,. ,,,Y. . .. 6 5 Wesl Seattle ..,.. ,.,. 6 8 14 Bgllgrd Queen Anne... ...... .. 4 7 Cleveland... .... 5 9 6 Rqogeyelf FI'Gt'1kllI1 ......... ... 4 8 Roosevelt ,.,,,,.. ..., 4 IO 3 Cleveland Ballard ............. 3 O Lincoln ....,. . ..,, 3 ll 3 Lincoln Cleveland ......... 3 9 3 Franklin i7 Queen Anne 4 West Seattle ARFIELD'S l956 Baseball Team had its ups and downs during the season. Off to a slow start, the Bulldog batsmen bounced back to put on a strong finish. With five returning lettermen as their nucleus, Coach Ernie Dzurick's boys wound up third in the league standings. They had compiled a record of nine wins and five losses. ln two of their losses, the Pups had been ahead, going into the final inning. lt took iust a few bad bounces of the ball to turn these contests from victory to defeat. ln all, the Bulldogs registered at least one win over every team except Franklin in the circuit. The Quakers, who eventually won the title, pinned two straight setbacks on Garfield. The Bulldogs did produce a champion, as Roy Dotson captured the batting crown and was placed on the All-City team. Three other players from Garfield were given honorable mention. They were Joe Lains, Larry Corpuz, and Bill Rice. Front Row: Bob Render, Sam Stills, Bob Wade, Dennis Nomura, Willie Minor, Norm Furukawa. Second Row: John Steinbrecher, Ardess Hunter, John Steinhauser, John Wisdom, Ron Yoshino, Vic Shinoda, Don Ohashi. Third Raw. Vince Navea, Eugene Rice, Fred Mitchell, Haley Lake, Harvey Fuson, John Boitano, Coach. ITH A SQUAD the i956 season match of The Tennis team championship. their season with over Seattle were with in the match In the one man, With only ought to be assured TENNIS STANDINGS W. L. Roosevelt ......., .,.... 7 0 GARFIELD .......... ...... 6 l eeeeee eeeeee 5 2 TENN s Ballard ...,...,....... ...... 4 3 Franklin ,.....,.,, .,,... 3 4 Cleveland .,..... ...... 2 5 lincoln ....,...Y.., ...... l 6 West Seattle ...... ...... 0 7 MR. MAXEY ART KONO three returning lettermen, entered the The team came within one an easy win white-washed Franklin, West gleveland and Queen Anne the Bulldogs tied with Roosevelt pulled through to take the Garfield's number the Bulldogs TENNIS RESULTS GARFIELD OPPONENT 8 Ballard l 9 Franklin 0 9 West Seattle 0 9 lincoln 0 8 Cleveland l 7 Queen Anne 2 4 Roosevelt 5 GEORGE MARTIN JOHN DARE SONNY ROSE JAY KIND J MARK HEILBRUNN iikfsesr, BILL COLE JIM CRUTCHFIELD JOE HILL DON HOBBS RELAY STANDINGS Franklin .......................... Roosevelt ....... ...... Lincoln ........... ...... GARFIELD .... ...., ...... West Seattle .,... .,.... Ballard ......... . Queen Anne. Cleveland .......... DAVE HOLDEN BILL ISHIDA HARLEN NEWSON Manager A. J. "SWEDEN LINDQUIST Head Coach VAR ITY HARRISON WARD BOB WILLIAMS CARL NORRIS AARON PACAL LEVEN returning Iettermen greeted coach "Swede" Lindquist as the l956 track season began. In dual-meet competi- tion, the Bulldogs won two and lost one. After whipping Cleveland in the season opener, they ran up against some rough competition against Roosevelt and Lincoln, dropping two close games. Garfield ended its dual-meet season with a win over a good West Seattle squad. PHIL FRINK CA RV ER GAYTON TBA K JEROME SMITH BOB TILLMAN KEN BUSHNELL SID BROWN OR THE second year in a row, the All-City track meet results determined the winner of the All-Sports Trophy be- tween Garfield and its archrival, Franklin. With help from Roosevelt, the Bulldogs cap- tured the All-Sports Trophy, although they placed only fifth in the All-City and fourth in the Relay Carnival. WILSON GULLEY HAROLD HALEY BOB JUE WILFORD McCLENEN THURSTON RU EBEN BOB SAUNDERS ALL-CITY RESULTS Roosevelt .................... 27V1 Franklin ....... ....... 2 7 Lincoln ......... ....... 2 4 Ballard ...,...,. ....... I 9 GARFIELD ........ ....... I I West Seattle ...,........... I I Cleveland ......,. 8 Queen Anne .... 4 V: ITH a strong balanced squad built around seven returning lettermen, the Bulldogs set out with high hopQSt2i Nieason. After topping Qllard in the opening match, Garfield prepaped for the toughest game ofthe sea- son against Lincoln. Losing to them, the team destined totwin the championship, the Bulldogpgtrginf pled Queen Anne, ,Frail5liE,,.ftN st Seattle, and Clev la the MR- lATT'N final match with s fo FRED PAULSELL stairs, the Bu11d e one Willia m Lebv .. . STANDINGS sefflinj 1 eni f": V- -ilt 5 ,, nlssvlxrs W- lnspiratioria i rd winner, Fred GARHELD OPPONENT '-l"'ol" --'-----' "f-f'f 7 Pculsell, placed third in the All- Ballmd ul ls' Romevetf ,AA,,,A, ,A,,,,, 6 City. Lincoln 203 187 GARHELD .,,vwA, ,A,,,,, 5 Queen Anne 161 195 Franklin ,,,,,-,.,, ,w,,V,, 4 Franklin 187 204 WM' Seattle -,,A-,.-,,AAY, 3 Cleveland 161 185 Clgyglgnd v,Y-x,AV ,.,,,.A 2 West 5801118 181 Queen Anne,.. ,.,..,, 1 G 0 L F Roosevelt 188 187 Ballard ..,..,.,. ...Y... 0 BILL LOCHOW BOB DAVIDSON ELLIOT FREIDMAN HAROLD SADIS JOHN DOUGLAS NEIL MILL HITOSHI NAGAMATSU JERRY WARSHAL K 3 , t X Q'-H 45? 'if' r - f..f "" "" X 1 '- fig? 'f ,m'e5 5 :g 1 m 1 - . , f 1:3 Lise! . ' " -"'- '- I x E A. i S, gf Egg? :al t A is X s x 1 Janet Iwogo, Lynn Dee Rose, Patti Meves, Mary Metcalf, Carolyne Purnell. Dyunne Hayes, Anita Maxwell. Yuzo Tokita, .liro Suguro, George Martin, Ken Rivers, Shelton Chow. GSTEBS and YELL LE HE GARFIELD SPIRIT was definitely in its prime this year. The ever-popular Touchdown and Vagabond Song spurred the football team to top-notch performance while the new songs, "Go Team Go", "La De Da", and "Extra, Extra" encouraged basketball victories. Whether on the football field, basketball court or at pep as- semblies, the seven lively songsters drummed up enthusiasm that inspired even the mopes to cheer. Under the leadership of five energetic boys, the Bulldogs growled out chants which dampened the spirits of the fiercest opponents. IN LOYALTY WE SING TO THEE, DEAR GARFIELD HIGH DEB JEAN FUJll Advisor HE story of Gar- field's "G" Club Q. A is one of service as well as a history of athletically minded girls. Capable officers led this group, which has been prominent years. The agenda for this year consisted of the Gab Party, Jamboree marching, making of Hallo- ween 'favors for the Children's Home, the annual Thanksgiving basket and many other proiects. The climaxing event ofthe year was the All-City Brunch, which was held at Cleveland High School. JANE TANAKA President and active 'lor a number of T. GCL JANE inspirational 2. L' It W sg, if Eff iifrwwc ix MYRTLE WOOD Vice-President TANAKA Award Winner Front Row: Hiroko Kiyonaga, Theresa del Cerna, Cynthia Kan, Bonnie Jo Balagot, Earline Cross, Janet Kobata. Second Row: Carol Nakamura, Vernice Mitchell, Valerie Chinn, Masako Nakamura, Ola Mae Mitchell, Ruth Matsumoto Third Row: Evelyn Freeman, Barbara Gilbert, Georgia lamb, Betty Echigo, Tomoko Kawoguchi, Sandra Miles. Y .L gs PEGGY OHASHI Historian JAMBOREE MARCHERS OR HAVING worn a m i d d y each JOAN REDMOND Wednesdwf U "G" Secretary Club girl is awarded a certificate. For en- trance to the "G" Club, one must have earned five hundred points in the after-school sports pro- gram. After faithfully turning out each week for a quarter, a girl receives one hundred points. After N, the first five hundred points have been acquired, a letter "G" and a chevron are awarded. For each additional five hundred points, another chevron is presented. SANDRA MILES Athletic Chairman Front Row: Keiko Yanagihara, Julianne Otoshi, Marion Tsutsumi, Naomi Yamamoto, Etta Ward. Second Row: Jane Tanaka, Judith Tamaki, Carolyne Purnell, Peggy Ohashi, Charlotte Winston. Third Row: Myrtle Wood, Joan Redmond, Sanaye Toyoii, Mariorie Williams, Kippie Takayoshi. With a large table, a little celluloid ball and two or tour paddles, the girls played a miniature game of tennis, better known as ping pong. Swimming is a sport that has attracted many girls For this reason the Y.W.C.A. has allotted both time and instructors to our beginning and advanced classes. INITIATION DAY Badminton was open to Juniors and Seniors only. After slams and wrist ac- tions had been perfected, the girls, segre- gated into groups and entered their own tournaments. A sport requiring the girls to be both quick and active is basketball. Those who participated gained training both in team- work and fair play. GIRL ' NITIATES for the "G" Club must perform such tasks as pushing pennies across the floor with their noses, presenting various imita- tions, or doing other demanded stunts. After these have been sat- isfactorily executed, the girls re- ceive their "G's" and chevrons. After-school managers for this group hold very responsible posi- tions in that they check attend- ance, keep score, and care for the sports' equipment. PUBT HIS year's success was due largely to the supervision of the entertainment, decoration, clean-up, bulletin board, and re- freshment committees. As a result, the many functions sponsored by the "G" Club were original and efficiently carried out. Meetings, at which many friend- ships were established, were held on the first Wednesday of each month, so that the girls could dis- cuss their monthly proiects and other worthwhile events. wwe.: 1' -W,..' 'ifiigfaw CUMDIITTEE HEADS Front Row: Etta Ward, Ruth Matsumoto, Sanaye Toyoii. Second Row: Carol Nakamura, Betty Echigo, Barbara Gilbert, Carolyne Purnell. Because there were no facilities at Gar- field, bowling was held at the Main Bowl. The girls had much practice in improving the release and control of their balls. Perhaps the necessity for teamwork was the basic reason why volleyball was rated as such on exciting game during the third quarter of this year. Baseball proved very popular this year. The girls, who were divided into teams, showed considerable skill in their matches against their opponents. After-school hikes are educational as well as enioyable. The girls visited many interesting places such as the Arboretum and places of business such as the Car- nation Plant. EB IINNEL HE SUCCESS of Garfield is due to the friendly hand of many nationalities that result in close harmony and a multitude of ideas valuable to all. A S751 Va 3 ' Djug LW N65 6 jfs? E W MVEGSDQ' N- N NN ' H' G51 0 UAA N iw? ,P fx' 5? 89 UNSEBE FBEUNIIE ANS DEUTSCIILANII HIS YEAR Garfield had the good for- tune to have two exchange students and an exchange teacher from Braun- schweig, Germany. In the course of the year, Garfield students have come to know and respect Ingrid, Sabine, and Mr. Kerber. We are now aware that people from foreign countries are not really so very different from us. M7416 flbfvzaf, Mtfvffg -fa 51465 f'5c?P' 'pid , ,. 4 y 74 1,44 1105 fer. Ztfxff glfQ'67fv2fz we 47 ibvf' W! gp 'f i6ffffWQfi INGRID SCHUMANN jffMQf7,6Zn! MR. KERBER 411:65 , Wie Jfgv' ,yeah 5 cu? ' l Qvyfe affzhfm ,Z 90 SABINE DREVS MR. DELIGAN Advisor BEH EL HUNT President JOHN DOUGLAS Vice-President SE I0ll EW EXPERIENCES can be more valuable than those of a high school Senior. Early in their final year, the Seniors rea- lized that leadership demands time and effort, and that glory and recognition must be earned. Acknowleding this fact, the class went on to greater horizons in accepting their responsibilities. Through the dependable guidance of Mr. Deligan, the year proved most profitable to this class. ln- cluded in the memorable events of the Senior year were pep as- semblies, Olot Day, and Blimey Day. These Seniors shared deep and everlasting friendships, and they lived through thrilling mo- ments that can never be recap- tured. As this graduating class of 1957 bids adieu, each student will go on to his field of endeavor, carrying with him fond memories of the past four years. JANE COWAN Secretary DON DUWE Treasurer 91 HOPE ELAINE ALLEN-Senior Commencement, Make-up Committees, Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert, 4N Club, Roll Banker. REX ALLISON-Sports Editor, Messenger, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Bulldog Club, Second Team Trock, lntramural Basketball, Co- chairman Senior Gift Committee, Student Council, Ski, 4N Clubs. HARRY ANGEL-Roll Banker, Third Team Football, Senior Question- naire, Grounds, Lunchroom Assembly Committees, Debate Club. OH, ELVIS! ft , Q .AMX A Q4 0 aZ"f4fQQMW If .471 ar.-1,1 UW 5w"Wd! 5 ,MMM7 7444.1 a WM, 'ima y i -B JUDY ARONSON-Roll Secretary, Roll Banker, Gold Seal, Senior Play Publicity, Bulletin, Senior Questionnaire Committees, Fun- fest, Junior Class Representative. HENRY ARVISO-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Track, ln- tramurols, Chorus, Choraleers, Senior Gift Committee, 4N Club. DAVID AZOSE-Roll Banker, Football Secretary. CONSUELO PATRICIA BALAGOT-Roll Banker, Honor Society, Make-up, Senior Announcements Committees, 4N, Spade, Pep Clubs, Treasurer, Art Club, Sophomore Representative. CORENE BARNES-Red Cross Committee. JACK BAROUH-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Senior Band, All- City Band, Honor Society, Science, Chess Clubs. JOHN C BASS-Vice-President Boys' Club, Freshman Class Presi- dent First Team Football, Basketball, Baseball, Advisory Board, Second Team Football, Baseball, Basketball, Roll President. SARA MARIE BATISTE-Sophomore Class Vice-President, Mid- Winter Concert, Funfest, P.Q., Friendship Committees, Messenger, Honor Society, Senior Commencement Committee Chairman, Junior Skate Party Committee Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee. DUNCAN BAYNE--Mid-Winter Concert, Band, Senior Questionnaire Committee, Ski Club. CHERRY BEADLES-Atter-School Sports, Roll Banker, Secretary, Social Welfare, Make-up Committees, 4N, Spade, Young Life, Pep Clubs, Junior Class Representative. LYNNETTE BEAN-Funfest, Minute, Standards, Finance, Senior Brunch Committees, Ski Club, Study Hall Clerk. PHYLLIS BECKER-Gold Seal, Funfest, Messenger, Roll Secretary, Honor Society Representative, Junior Commencement, Senior Questionnaire, Standards Committees, Sophomore Class Repre- sentative, Ski Club. it ., t GERALD BEPPU--Bulldog, 4N Clubs, Football, Track, Honor Society, Usher Committee. DOLORES JEAN BILLS-President, Pep Club, Roll Banker, Secretary, tary, Usher, P.T.A., Senior Prom, Make-up, Junior Commence- Committees, lnter-Club Council, Study Hall Clerk. DAVE BLEDSOE-Boys' Club. DAVID REED BLOCH-Gold Seal, Bulldog Club, Senior Play, Mid- Winter Concert, Operetta, Orchestra, Honor Society, Lunchroom Committee, Co-chairman Health Committee, Color Guard Member. CLAUDIA SUZANNE BOULTON-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus, Nonette, Choraleers, Senior Night, Vocational, Publicity, Make-up Committees, 4N Club. BARBARA BRANDT-Cabinet, Co-chairman, Senior Prom Committee, Funfest, Operetto, Exchange Editor, Messenger, Pen Staff, Honor Society, Junior Prom Committee, Senior, Junior Class Represen- tative, All-City P.T.A. Committee Chairman. WILLIE ANNETTE BRAZIER-Mid-Winter Concert, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Cap and Gown Committee, 4N Club, Library Clerk. HELEN BROOKS-Lost and Found, Bulletin, Junior Prom, Senior Gift, Make-up Committees, 4N, Shorthand Clubs. NORMA GEAN BROOKS-Chorus, Mid-Winter Concert, Lost and Found, Senior Gift, Bulletin, Junior Skate Committees, Operetta. BILL BROWN-Second Team Track. CHARLES M, BROWN, JR.-Second, Third Team Track, Intramural Basketball, Baseball, Roll Secretary,4N, Photography, Auto Clubs, Junior Skate Party Committee. DOROTHY BROWN-Shorthand, Pep Clubs, Senior Gift, Bulletin Committees, After-School Sports. RICHARDS W. BEEKMANN-4N Club, Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Con- cert Funfest, Band, Orchestra, Honor Society, Senior Prom Committee, International Relations Committee Chairman, Senior Class Representative. KARLA BENTLEY-Roll President, Junior Prom, Senior Courtesy, Friendship, Social Welfare, Art, Bulletin, Make-up Committees, Senior Class Representative, Spode Club. PATRICIA BENTLEY-4N Club, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Minute, Publicity, Lost and Found Committees. 1, -rw.. WHAT'S YOUR BITE, BUNKIE? ROBERT BRUCE-Funtest, Senior Brunch Committee, 4N, Pep, Ski Clubs. JlM BUDLONG-First Team Baseball, Roll Secretary, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Second and Third Team Basketball, Funtest, Messenger Staff, Junior Prom Committee. TED F. BURNS-Sophomore Representative, Audio-Visual Squad. BEATRICE CARITHERS-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Senior Announcement, Brounschweig Committees, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Secretary, Spade Club, 4N Club, Library Clerk. GRACE CHIN-Cabinet, Purple Paw, Funfest, Co-chairman, Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Roll Secretary, Chorus, Cathay Club, Junior Class Representative, library Clerk, Operetta, Honor Society. PRISCILLA CHIN-Gold Seal, Funfest, After-School Sports, Junior Commencement, Senior Announcement Committees, Cathay, Marshall Shorthand Clubs, Junior, Sophomore Class Representa- tives, Library Clerk. LEUNG CHINN-Honor Society, Gold Seal, 4N Club. RANDOLPH CHINN-Boys' Club. VALERIE CHINN-First Vice-President, Girls' Club, Secretary, Stu, dent Council, Vice-President, Cathay Club, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, Funfest, Fine Arts, Senior Gift Com- mittees. I f. E 0 M. ,. Z' if l L jj , MW l Q E Q MERLlE BURTON-Cabinet, Bulletin Committee, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Nonette, Library Clerk, Debate, Ski Clubs, Publicity Chairman, Blimey Day. KENNETH BUSHNELL--First Team Football, Track, Bulldog Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Band, Senior Class Representative. CHARLIE CADWELL-President, Ski Club, First and Second Team Football, Track, Advisory Board, Honor Society, Senior Brunch Committee, Junior Class Representative. SHARON E. CALLAHAN-Assistant Editor, Messenger, Secretary, Ski Team, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, Funfest, Honor Society, International Relations, Senior Brunch, Junior Prom Committees. STAN CALVO-Yell Team, Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Band, Orchestra, Swing Band, Honor Society. EUGENIA G. CAMBRIDGE-Health, Usher, Friendship, Red Cross, Pep Assembly, Student Council Publicity, Social Welfare, Lost and Found Committees, Junior Achievement, Study Hall Clerk. MELODY CHINOS-"G" Club, After School Sports, Youth For Christ, 4N Clubs, Library Clerk. ED CHOW-Vice-President, Inter-Club Council, President, Cathay Club, Advisory Board, Funtest, Second and Third Team Football, Junior Prom, Senior Brunch Committees, Senior Class Represen- talive. CHARLES CHRISTENSON-First Team Football, Track, Second and Third Team Football, Second Team Basketball and Baseball. GEORGENE CLAGG-Bulletin, P.Q., Lunchroom, Junior Decoration, Fine Arts Committees, Shorthand, Pep Clubs. PHlLLlP CRAIG COLLIER-Mid'Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus, Honor Society, 4N Club, Senior Class Representative, Library Clerk. ZEE A. COLLIER-President, Shorthand Club, Secretary, Bellami, Funfest, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Usher, Junior Prom Com- mittees, Pep, 4N Clubs, After-School Sports. EARLINE CROSS-"G" Club, Atter-School Sports, Manager, Usher, Bulletin, Senior Publicity, Lost and Found Committees, Library Assistant, Audio-Visual Clerk, Junior Achievement. JAMES CRUTCHFIELD-First, Second Team Track, Basketball, First, Second, Third Team Football, Lettermen's Club, Roll President, Banker. MARSHA ALENE DAVIS-Assistant Editor, Messenger, Senior Play, Funfest, Honor Society, Senior Courtesy, Junior Publicity, Traffic Safety, International Relations Committees, Junior Class Repre- sentative. MICHAEL DAVIS-Entered from Olympia, Washington, Septem- ber l956. PlO DeCANO-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetla, Second Team Tennis, Band, Orchestra, Honor Society, Senior Announcement Committee, ROSIE DeLEON-Funfest, Messenger Staff, Junior Representative, Honor Society, Standards, Senior Brunch Committees. S 5 KF ,,-153 DON DUWE-Treasurer, Senior Class, Advisory Board, Business Manager, T956 Arrow, Third Team Basketball, Roll President, Honor Society, Junior Prom, Senior Cap and Gown Committees, Red Cross Representative. DICK DVVYER-Study Hall Attendance Clerk, Senior Announcement, Junior Prom Committees, Automobile Club, Basketball Intramurals. WILBERT EASTLAND-Boys' Club. BETTY ECHIGO-Advisory Board, Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Cabi- net, Purple Paw, Funfest, Copy Editor, Pen, Typist, l957 Arrow, "G" Club, Senior Brunch Committee. EMlLlE JANE EIDE-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetla, Chorus, Nonette, Make-up Committee, Senior Class Representative. TALL ELLIS-Bulldog Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Operetla, Second Team Track, Chorus, Choraleers, Class Representative, Activity Card, B.C.O. Committees. BETTY L. CORNELL-Study Hall Clerk, Senior Night, Friendship Make-up, Junior Prom Committees, 4N, Young Life, Shorthand Spade, Pep Clubs. LARRY CORPUZ-First Team Football, Baseball, Funfest, Second Team Baseball, Football, Lettermen's Club, Junior Representative, Senior Commencement Committee, Roll President, JANE COWAN-Secretary, Senior Class, President, Freshman Class, Co-chairman, 4N Proiect Committee, Funfest, Student Council, Pep Assembly Committees, Roll President, Secretary, All-City P.T.A. Dance Committee, Mid-Winter Concert. l l 2 l l l i l 1 BETTY DEELO-Co-Copy Editor, Pen Staff, Vice-President, Spode Club, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Senior Announcements, Foreign Rela- tions, Red Cross Committees, After School Sports, Ski Club. SCOTT DENNISON-Roll Banker, Honor Society. PATI DESKINS-Managing Editor, Messenger, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Co-chairman, Senior Publicity Committee, Purple Paw, Funfest, Junior Prom Committee, Ski Club, Class Representative. ANNE DODD-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, Funfest, Managing Editor, Pen Staff, Roll Secretary, Senior Cap and Gown Com- mittee, 4N Club. JOHN DOUGLAS-Vice-President, Senior Class, President, Bulldog Club, Golf Team, President, Hi-Y, Student Council, Chairman, Public Relations Committee, Third Team Football, Roll President, Funfest, Class Representative. SABINE DREVS-Purple Paw, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, "G" Club, Chorus, Nonette, Braunschweig Committee, 4N Club, Exchange Student from Germany. 'M g . .si 1 f MELVIN ENG-Boys' Basket Room Attendant, Stage Crew. JOAN MARIE ENGESETH-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus, Make-up Committee, Senior Play. BOB ENSLOW--Entered from Lakeside, September l956, Funfest, Ski, Pep Clubs. MAN- DIG THAT CRAZY FIGURE! fi S .. gf L .. PHYLLIS EPSTEIN-Funfest, Chorus, Roll Banker, Pep Club, Study Hall Clerk, Junior Prom Committee. VICTOR ESPINOSA-Boys' Club. ROGER EVANS-Boys' Club. GLORIA FERRELL-Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert, Chorus, Junior Skate Party, Senior Commencement Committees, Attendance Clerk, Ski, Pep Clubs. BRENDA FILLIPI-Gold Seal, Senior Play, Funfest, Business Man- ager, Messenger, Pen Staff, Senior Commencement Committee, Pep Club, Honor Society Representative. DICK FOLEY-Co-editor, 1957 Arrow, First Team Football, Boys' Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Quill and Scroll, 1955 Funfest Com- mittee, Co-chairman, Senior Gift Committee, Student Council, Roll President, Funfest. TOM FOLEY-First Team Football, Funlest, Second, Third Team Football, Track, Basketball, Band, Class Representative, Study Hall Clerk. ROBERT FOSS-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Band, Orchestra, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Junior Skate Committee, 4N Club, Junior Class Representative. IRENE QUAN FOY-Historian, Cathay Club, Gold Seal, Chairman, Art Committee, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, "G" Club, Fine Arts Committee, Class Representative, Library Clerk. DAVID FRANCKE-Junior Class Representative, Radio, 4N, Young Life Clubs, P.T.A. Bowling. CAROL SUSAN FREIBERG-Honor Society Board, Gold Seal, Student Council, Orchestra, Roll Secretary, International Relations, Senior Publicity, Braunschweig, G.C.O. Committees, Secretary, Seattle International Relations Organization. ELAINE FRENCH-Funtest, Senior Personnel, T957 Arrow, Honor Society, Minute, Braunschweig, Junior Prom, Senior Brunch, Inter- national Relations Committees, Future Teachers of America. PETER ERIC GAHLHOFF-Assistant Sports Editor, Messenger, First Teom Basketball, Advisory Board, Third Team Basketball, Roll President, Co-chairman, Senior Questionnaire Committee, Inter- national Relations Committee, Future Teachers of America Club, Student Council. BRUCE GEARHART-Boys' Club. TOM GEISNESS-Third Team Football, Freshman Basketball, Roll President, Banker, Ski, 4N Clubs. PAUL GENUNG-Secretary, Bulldog Club, Gold Seal, Funfest, Messenger, Golf, Roll President, Honoi Society, Hi-Y, Junior Prom, Senior Gift Committees. WAYNE GIDLOF-Gold Seal, Bulldog Club, Intramural Basketball, Third Team Basketball, Senior Questionnaire Committee, Hi-Y, Senior Class Representative. JOAN GILES-"G" Club, Usher, Art Committees. MARGARET LOUISE GIPSON-Mid-Winter Concert, Red Cross, Junior Prom, Bulletin, Make-up, Lost and Found, Gazette, Friend- ship, Senior Courtesy Committees, 4N Club. ED GISLASON-Boys' Club. NANCI GOLDSMIDT-Gold Seal, Student Director, Senior Play, Funfest, Operetta, Assistant Feature Editor, Messenger, Roll Presi- dent, Junior Publicity, Senior Questionnaire Committees, Junior Class Representative, Office Clerk. JUDITH LOUISE GOSLIN-President, Girls' Club, Advisory Board, Cabinet, Funfest Committee, Chairman, Student Council, Roll President, Gold Seal, Purple Pow, Ski Club, Radiance Roll. JOANNE GRANSTRAND-President, Spade Club, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Funieat, Messenger, Inter-Club Council, International Relations, Senior Brunch Committees, 4N Club. HELAINE E. GREEN-Mid-Winter Concert, Pep, "G" Clubs, P.T.A. Bowling, Chorus, G.C.O., Junior Skate, Senior Skate Committees, Basket Room Attendant. IRENE FUJIMURA-Treasurer, Purple Paw, Mid-Winter Concert, Fun, fest, After-School Sports, Red Cross, P.T.A., Senior Announcement Committees, 4N Club Representative. HARVEY FUSON-First Team Baseball, Senior Play, Funfest, Second Team Baseball, Third Team Basketball, Roll Banker, Junior Prom, Senior Prom Committees, Senior Class Representative. DOUGLAS A. GAGLIARDI-Entered Garfield from Poly High, Long Beach, California, September l956, Senior Class Representative. STOCKERS? ELIZA GRIGGS-Senior Courtesy, Art Committees: "G" Club. ROBERT GRIMM-Honor Society: Roll Secretary: Basket Room Attendant. FRANK J. GULDSETH-Gold Seal: Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Operetta: Band: Orchestra: Roll President: Student Council Repre- sentative: Honor Society: Junior Class Representative. 1 RITSUKO RUTH HIGO-Funfest: Messenger: Honor Society: Fine Arts, Lost and Found, Nurses, Senior Gift Committees: Shorthand Club: Senior Class Representative: Library Clerk. RAE ANN HILL-Senior Cap and Gown, Bulletin Committees: Audio-Visual Clerk: Library Assistant: 4N Club. WILLIAM F. HELL-First Team Football, Track: Advisory Board: Gold Sealy Bulldog Club: Funfest: Roll President, Banker: Senior Gift Committee: Honor Society. NORMA HIROTA-Editor, Pen: Quill and Scroll: Gold Seal: Co- chairman, Junior Skate Party: Purple Paw: Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Messenger: Roll President: Activity Card Committee Chairman, DONALD HOBBS-First Team Football: First Team Track: Second Team Football: Third Team Football: Lettermen's Club. BOB HOIDA--Vice-President, Bulldog Club: Gold Seal: Honor So- ciety: Grounds, Lunchroom, Senior Questionnaire Committees: Chess Club: Hi-Y. .. 2 "" up I l CARA GUSTANOFF-Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Operelta: Chorus: Roll Banker: G.C.O., Ticket, Junior Commencement, Senior Prom Committees: Study Hall Clerk. SHEILA HARTUNG-Entered from Ladi High School, Sodi, New Jersey. MARLENE JOYCE HARTZ-Funfest: 4N, Pep Clubs: Senior Prom, Senior Publicity, Friendship Committees: Study Hall Clerk. BELMA HAYES-Senior Class Representative: Roll President: Library Clerk: Mid-Winter Concert: Operettay Chorus: Funfest: Pep Club: Social Welfare Committee. DIANNE M. HAYES-Secretary-Treasurer, 4N Club: Songster: Senior Play: Funfest: Roll President: Honor Society: Junior Prom, Senior Prom, International Relations Committees: Junior Class Repre- sentative. MARK HEILBRUNN-First Team Tennis: Gold Seal: Bulldog Club: Second Team Tennis: Roll President: Honor Society: Ski Club: Chemistry Laboratory Foreman. L- JANICE HOLLAND-Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Chorus: Roll Banker: Pep Club: Study Hall Clerk: Senior Prom Committee. KAREN ELlZABETH HOLMAN-Transferred from R. A. Long High School, Longview, Washington, September 1956: Funfest: Chorus: Honor Society: Senior Brunch, Social Welfare Committees: Spade Club. BOB HOLMES-Mid-Winter Concert: Funfest: Operetta: Band: Or- chestra: Ski Club. ALAN HOLT--Mid-Winter Concert: Band: Roll President: 4N Club. BARBARA HUBBARD-Funfest: Purple Paw: Cabinet: Gold Seal: Personal Relations Committee Chairman: Secretary, Spade Club: Pen Staff: Bon Marche Fashion Board: Junior Prom, Senior Prom Committees. COPPY HUBER-Editor, Pen: Secretary, President, 4N Club: Quill and Scroll: Gold Seal: Chairman, Braunschweig Committee: Chairman, International Relations Committee: Funfest: Roll Sec- retary: Cabinet. MYRTIS JACKSON-Honor Society, Friendship, Social Welfare, Senior Cap and Gown Committees. TERRY JAMES JACKSON-Audio-Visual Squad. ORIEN JEANS-First Team Track, Second Team Track, Senior Pub- licity Committee, Senior Class Representative, Library Clerk. WAYNE JEW-Cathay Club, Attendance Office Clerk. PATRICIA JOHNSON-Assistant Editor, Messenger, Secretary, Purple Paw, Gold Seal, "G" Club, Color Guard, Junior, Senior Commencement Committees, Marshall Shorthand, Spade Clubs, Junior Class Representative. RONALD R. JOHNSON-Senior Play, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Second, Third Team Football, Class Representative. E TOMOKO KAWAGUCHI-Treasurer, Girls' Club, Advisory Board, Cabinet, Purple Paw, Funfest, "G" Club, Roll President, Honor Society, Senior Brunch Committee, Student Council. ARLEEN KEISLER-Messenger Staff, Roll Officer, Honor Society, 4N, Pep, Spade Clubs, Class Representative. JOHNNY R. KENNEDY--President, Hot Rod Club, Mid-Winter Cone cert, Advanced Choir. MAC KENNEDY-Gold Seal, Bulldog Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Band, Orchestra, Senior Commencement Committee, Hi-Y Club. REIKO KIHARA-Editor, Messenger, Sophomore, Junior Class Sec- retary, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Co-chairman, Junior Publicity, Senior Commencement Committees, Purple Paw, Funfest. MITSUO KIKUCHI-Gold Seal, Sports Staff, Messenger. SHIRLEY L. HUEY-Funfest, Health, G.C.O., Social Welfare, Junior Prom, Senior Prom Committees, 4N, Cathay, Pep Clubs, Attend- ance Office Clerk. BEHEL HUNT-President, Senior Class, Advisory Board, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Orchestra, Roll President, B.C.O. Committee, Hi-Y, Honor Society. JANET IWAGO-Songster, Gold Seal, Chairman, Senior Courtesy Committee, Purple Paw, Roll President, Secretory, Honor Society, Student Council, Publicity, Friendship, Health Committees. TOMMY JONES, JR.-Basketball, Intramurals. BOBBIE KAMEL-Gold Seal, Co-chairman, Senior Prom Committee, Funfest, Co-editor Copy, Messenger, Honor Society, Senior Class Representative. LONNY KANEKO-Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Band, Orchestra, Roll Secretary, Honor Society, Senior Gift, Traffic Safety Week Committees, Inter-Club Council, Y.F.C. President, 4N Club. KAREN HEATHER KARNES-"G" Club, P.T.A. Bowling, Secretary of Roll Presidents, Senior Night, Vocational Committees, Pep Club. BEN KASE-Roll Officer, Honor Society, Class Representative. AL KATZ-Roll Banker, Secretary, Senior Gift Committee, Auto, 4N Clubs. Q Q t JD... "" A Q -V ' PAUL KIMURA-B.C.O. Committee, Sportsman's, Photography Clubs Audio-Visual Clerk. JAY KIND-First Team Tennis, Gold Seal, Second Team Tennis Intramural Basketball, Honor Society, Senior Commencement Junior Skate Party Committees, Ski, 4N Clubs, CALVIN KING-Vice-President, Debate Club, Track Manager, Senior Questionnaire Committee, Shorthand, 4N Club. PARALYZED I .M A ,A 5 -. . DOUGLAS ROSS KING-Roll Banker, Sophomore Representative, Gym Clerk. LAURA J. KING--Treasurer, Pep Club, Gold Seal, Funfest, Friend- ship, Vocational, Senior Publicity Committees, Shorthand Club, Bellami, Junior Class Representative. HIROKO KIYONAGA-Gold Seal, Funfest, Co-business Manager, Messenger, "G" Club, After School Sports, Honor Society, Senior Brunch Committee, Pep, Shorthand, Y.F.C. Clubs, Honor Society Representative. JO ANN MARIE KLINGMAN-"G" Club, Roll Banker, Lost and Found, Social Welfare Committees, Spade Club. LORETTA KNAULS-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetto, Chorus, Chora- Ieers, Social Welfare, Red Cross, Senior Cap and Gown, Nurse Committees. LORRAINE KOHM-Funfest, Chorus, Roll Officer, 4N Club, Class Representative, Junior, Senior Brunch Committees, Study Hall Clerk. ARTHUR H. KONO-Boys' Club President- Junior Class President- First Team Tennis- Advisory Board- Gold Seal, Third Team Bas- ketball- Color Guard- Vice-President Hi-Y- Student Council Chairman. SKAIDRITE KRUMINS-Gold Seal, After-School Sports, Roll Secre- tary, Senior Announcements, Social Welfare Committees, Spode Club, Sophomore Representative. GEORGE L'ABBE-Ski, 4N Clubs, Junior Class Representative. MAURICE LQBELLE-Gold Seal, Honor Society, 4N Club. HALEY LAKE-First Team Baseball, Second, Third Team Football, Second Team Baseball, P.T.A., Traffic Safety Committee, Junior Representative, Cadet Bond. LOUIS M. LAKE-Third Team Football, Junior Achievement, Junior Skate Party Committee, 4N Club, Intramural Basketball. PAT LOCKE-Secretary, Girls' Club, Advisory Board, Cabinet Purple Paw, Funfest, "G" Club, Roll Secretary, Honor Society Junior Commencement, Senior Brunch Committees, Student Coun- cil, Cathay Club. JAMES LONG-Junior Representative, Roll Officer. OSCAR LOVE-Boys' Club. HOY LUKE-Boys' Club. LYNDA LYTLE-Secretary, Art Club, Gold Seal, Co-chairman, Junior Skate Party, Funfest, Honor Society, Eligibility, Braunschweig, Vocational, Senior Brunch, International Relations Committees, 4N Club. PETER MacRAE-Ski, Automobile Clubs, Junior Class Representative. l l ROBERTA LOU MAJOR-Cabinet, Messenger Staff, Honor Society, Girls' Club, Junior Publicity, Senior Announcement Committees, 4N, Pep, Future Teachers of America, Young Life Clubs. HENRY MAR-Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Intramural Basketball, P.T.A. Bowling, Band, Orchestra, Chess Club, Honor Society Representative. JAMES A. MARGOLIS-President, Honor Society, First Team Golf, Gold Seal, Senior Play, Roll President, Honor Society, Publicity Committee Chairman, Honor Society, International Relations, Senior Publicity Committees, Inter-Club Council. GEORGE MARTIN-Varsity Tennis, Yell King, Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Second Team Baseball, Roll President, Funfest, Public Rela- tions, Senior Commencement Committees, Junior Class Represen- tative. SANDRA MATTSON-Girls' Club. ANITA MAXWELL-Songster, Gold Seal, Senior Play, Funfest, Operetta, Messenger Staff, Roll President, Honor Society Repre- sentative, Secretary, Debate Club, Masque and Gavel. ZOYA Ll-Gold Seal, Honor Society, 4N, Youth For Christ, Future Teachers of America Clubs, Make-up Committee. LILLIAN BEATRICE LIDDELL-Red Cross, Social Welfare, Junior Decoration, P.T.A. Committees, Chorus. MALCOLM LINDQUIST-First Team Football, Baseball, Advisory Board, Funfest, Intramurals, Roll Vice-President, Banker, 4N Club, Hi-Y. IEP' OOP . . '? . UNA MERLE MAYES-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus, Senior Brunch Committee, 4N Club. RON L. McALlSTER-Senior Cap and Gown, B.C.O. Committees, lntramural Basketball, Mid-Winter Concert, Senior Band, Track, 4N, Automobile Clubs. ED McBURNEY-President, Photography Club, Honor Society, Audio- Visual Squad. PATTI MEVES-Chairman, Eligibility Committee, Honor Society, Songster, Gold Seal, Chairman, Senior Questionnaire Committee, Purple Paw, Funfest, Roll President, Secretary, Junior Prom, Minute Committees. NORIHIKO MIHARA--Gold Seal, Second Team Baseball, P.T.A. Bowling, Roll President, Banker, Honor Society, Junior Class Representative, Basket Room Attendant. SANDRA FAYE MILES-Second Vice-President, Girls' Club, Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Student Council, Senior Prom Com- mittee, Purple Paw, "G" Club Athletic Manager, Roll Officer, Spade Club. NEIL MILL-Varsity Golf, Funfest, Messenger Staff, Roll President, Junior Prom, Senior Publicity Committees, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Second Team Golt. BESSIE MAE MINOR-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, After-School Sports, Chorus, Senior Cap and Gown, P.Q., Friendship, Gazette, Bulletin Committees, Library Clerk. CAROL MITCHELL-Treasurer, Freshman Class, Funtest, Chorus, Honor Society, Junior Representative, Roll Banker, Pep Club. i CAL McCUNE-Secretary, Hi-Y, First Team Track, Bulldog Club, Senior Night Committee, Ski, AN, Automobile, Hi-Y Clubs, Vice- President, Junior Achievement. HELEN McDUFFlE-Cabinet, After-School Sports, Senior Night, ln- ternational Relations, Standards, Friendship, Lost and Found Committees, Shorthand, Pep Clubs. SANDY McKEE-Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, Funfest, Pen Staff, Messenger Staff, Senior Brunch, Junior Skate Committees, i955 Traffic Safety Council Representative. MARGARET McKENZIE-Co-editor of Copy Staff, Messenger, Gold Seal, Funfest, Roll President, Secretary, Senior Gift Committee, Ski Club, Senior Representative. PATSY C. MERRIWEATHER-Funfest, Messenger Staff, Roll Secre- tary, Social Welfare, Lost and Found, Make-up Committees, Pep Club. MARY METCALF-Treasurer, Sophomore Class, Vice-President, Junior Class, Song Queen, Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Chair- man, Junior Prom, Co-chairman, Senior Commencement Com- mittee, Purple Paw, Assistant Circulation and Exchange Editor, Messenger. FRED MITCHELL-Second Team Baseball, Intramural Basketball, Audio-Visual Operator, Senior Commencement Committee, LOUISE MOORE-Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert, Pep, Art Clubs, Lost and Found, G.C.O., Junior Prom, P.Q., Senior Announce- ments Committees. RONALD MOORE-Pep Club, Senior Gift Committee, Funfest, Mid- Winter Concert, Football, Baseball, Chorus. SARAH MORFORD-Assistant Editor, Messenger, Secretary-Treasurer, Honor Society, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Funfest, Roll President, Junior Commencement, Senior Brunch Committees, Treasurer, Interna- tional Relations Committee, Co-chairman Proiect Committee, 4N Club. AKIRA "MORI" MORIGUCHI-Gold Seal, Funfest, Second, Third Team Football, Second Team Track, Honor Society. GERALD MOWAT-First Team Football, Baseball, Bulldog Club, Sec- ond Team Football, Baseball, Band, Senior Commencement Committee, Roll Banker, Ski Club. HELEN NAKANISHI-Gold Seal, Funfest, Roll Secretary, Honor Society, Finance, P.T.A. Committees, Shorthand Club. BlLL NAKASHIMA-First Team Football, Gold Seal, Funfest, Second, Third Team Football, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Hi-Y, Senior Class Representative. JACK M. NAVLET-Third Team Football, Senior Night Committee, Pep Club, Honor Society. ARTIS NELSON-Track. WAYNE NEWLUN-Boys' Club. MICHAEL NOMURA-Bulldog Club, Roll President, Senior Gift, Traffic Safety, Committees, 4N Club, Messenger. ROBERT PATRICK PACE-B.C.O. Committee, Mid-Winter Concert, Chorus, Operetta, Choraleers, Funfest, Bowling. ROGER PAPPAS-Manager, Second Team Track, P.T.A. Bowling, 4N Club, Gym Attendance Clerk. AARON PASCAL-Funfest, Second, Third Team Football, Intramural Basketball, First Team Track, 4N, Pep Clubs. FRED PAULSELL-Secretary-Treasurer, Boys' Club, First Team Bas- ketball, Golf, Student Council, Boys' Advisory Board, Chairman, Assembly Committee, Funfest, Sports Editor, 1956 Arrow, Secre- tary, Garfield Hi-Y, All-City P.T.A. Dance Committee. JOY PEARL-Funfest, 4N Club. SHARON ELAINE PEASE-Funfest, Messenger Staff, Standards, Min- ute, Junior Commencement, Senior Announcement Committees, Pep, 4N Clubs, Junior Representative, Study Hall Clerk. SUE MYERS-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, Chorus, Make-up, Art, Senior Cap and Gown, Traffic Safety Committees, Pep, Young Life Clubs. TOSHSO NAGANAWA-Mid-Winter Concert, Chorus, Sportsman's, Pep, TOO Mile Clubs. CAROL NAKAMURA-Cabinet, Funfest, "G" Club, Roll Secretary, Honor Society, Junior Decoration, Finance, Senior Commencement Committees, Senior Class Representative. l E DIAN O'BRlEN-Gold Seal, Co-chairman, Junior Decoration Com- mittee, Funfest, Honor Society Representative, Senior Courtesy, Student Council Publicity Committees, Ski Club, Sophomore, Senior Roll Representative, Study Hall Clerk, Attendance Clerk. KATHLEEN O'BRlEN--Co-editor, T957 Arrow, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Funfest, Roll Banker, Secretary, Senior Prom Committee, Honor Society, Student Council, Quill and Scroll. THOMAS O'GORMAN--Funfest, Roll Vice-President, Senior Brunch Committee, Senior Class Representative. PEGGY OHASHI-Vice-President, Shorthand Club, Pep Club, Purple Paw, Funfest, Historian, "G" Club, Honor Society, Junior Prom, Gazette, Red Cross, Senior Commencement Committees. GERALD OKUMA-First, Third Team Football, Advisory Board, Bull- dog, 4N Clubs, Funfest, Lunchroom, Junior Prom Committees. SHARON LEE OSTROFF-Funfest, Messenger Staff, Honor Society, Gold Seal, Standards, Junior Commencement, Senior Question- naire, Social Welfare Committees, Pep Club, Sophomore, Junior Honor Society Representative. PENNY PETTIT-Inter-High Council, VicefPresident, 4N Club, Traffic Salety Committee Chairman, Purple Paw, Funfest, Messenger Stott, Vice-President, Spade Club. JOAN PICKARD-Gold Seal, Funfest, Roll President, Honor Society, Junior, Senior Commencement, G.C.O. Committees, Junior, Senior Class Representative. HERMINE PRUZAN-Gold Seal, Mid,Winter Concert, Funfest, Oper- etta, Band, Orchestra, Roll Banker, Traffic Safety. BUT YOU'RE WRITING IN YOUR OWN BOOK! ,,..c,,,, . 'es ' 5, -mf Q. Q , ' 5 .5 M. 'hy' CAROLYNE JEAN PURNELL-Songster, Gold Seal, Junior Publicity Chairman, Purple Paw, Funfest, All-City Business Staff, Messenger, "G" Club, Roll Secretary, Lions Club, G.C.O. Committees. O. J. RAINE-Boys' Club. JOAN REDMOND-Cabinet, Secretary, "G" Club, Roll Banker, Honor Society Representative, Junior Commencement, Senior Cap and Gown, Lost and Found, Gazette Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs. GERRY REED-Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, Senior Play, Funfest, Messenger, Roll President, Junior Class Representative, Senior Brunch Committee. SHARON RENDER-4N, Pep Clubs, Art, Gazette, Vocational, Senior Courtesy Committees, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Debate, Roll Secretary. ALVIN RESCH--Varsity Football, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Second Team Track, Third Team Football, Intramurals, Band, Orchestra. KENNETH RIVERS-Yell Team, Senior Play, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Chorus, Senior Gift, Activity Card Committees, Pep Club, Library Clerk. JOANNE ROBIN-Pen Publicity Editor, Funfest, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Junior Prom, Senior Brunch, Standards, Finance, Make-up Committees. ANITA ROLLINS-Mid,Winter Concert, Funfest, "G" Club, Roll Sec- retary, Banker, Gazette, P.Q., Lost and Found Committees, Spade, 4N, Shorthand Clubs, Study Hall Clerk. LYNN DEE ROSE--Songster, Co-chairman, Senior Brunch Com- mittee, Purple Paw, Funfest, 1956 Messenger Staff, Copy Editor, l957 Arrow, Chorus, Roll Banker, Student Council Publicity Committee, Ski Club. JOHN ROSTON-Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Chorus, Choraleers, Senior Night Committee. LINDA ROTENBERG--Cabinet, Senior Prom Committee, Senior Play, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Chorus, Honor Society. X 'R' Q ce is it ADELLE SANDBERG-Gold Seal, Funfest, Honor Society Representa- tive, Standards, Minute, Junior Decorations, Activity Card Com- mittees, Color Guard, 4N Club, Sophomore Class Representative. GEORGE SAUER-First Team Basketball, Funfest, Second Team Football, Basketball, Track. BOBBY SAUNDERS-Managing Editor, Messenger, Sports Editor, Messenger, Treasurer, Junior Class, First Team Basketball, Track, Quill and Scroll, Gold Seal, Color Guard, Roll President, Honor Society, Lettermen's Club. NANCY SCHOENFELD-Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Funfest, Messenger Staff, Roll President, Ski Team, Assembly Committee, Chairman, Junior Commencement Committee, Senior Prom Committee. INGRID SCHUMANN-Braunschweig Committee, Purple Paw, Mid- Winter Concert, Funfest, Chorus, "G", Ski, 4N Clubs, Exchange Student from Germany. MAE ETTA SCOTT-Library and Study Hall Clerks. DONALD SELTZ-Stage Crew. JANET SHAHAN-Funfest, Roll President, Secretary, International Relations, Activity Card, Junior Decoration, Senior Publicity Com- mittees, 4N, Future Teachers ot America Clubs. STUART SCHAIN-Gold Seal, Honor Society, President, Radio Club, Math, Chess, Physical Science Clubs, Basket Room Attendant. PATRICIA ELLEN SHEUMAKER-President, Spade Club, Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Honor Society, Junior Decoration, Senior Brunch, International Relations, Standards Committees, lnter-Club Council, 4N Club. ROGER SHIMOMURA-Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Artist, 1957 Arrow, Second, Third Team Track, Band, Sportsman's, Pep Clubs. SANDRA MARLENE SHINDELL-Senior Publicity Committee Chair- man, Senior Play, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Chorus, Roll President, 4N Club, Junior Class Representative. if f 3 i' ..,.,. Af .f l ff HAROLD SADIS-Varsity Golf, Senior Play, Funfest, Honor Society, Junior Prom, Senior Publicity Committees. DIANE MARGARET SAINSBURY-Transferred from Wenatchee High, Wenatchee, Washington, September 1956, Senior Prom, Art Committees, 4N, Art Clubs. DON E. SALONEN-Radio Club, Senior Gym Roll Checker, Roll Banker. 12,1 -iff 5' is ,ii FASHION FRUSTRATION . .,, if S! fe We f wr x 1 gnswezwmril JUDY SHULMAN-Gold Seal, Funfest, Messenger, Roll Banker, Honor Society Representative, Junior Prom, Senior Announcements Com- mittees, Ski, Pep Clubs, Junior Class Representative. MARGARET SILVAS-Entered from Garfield High School, Las An- geles, California, 1955. RONALD NEIL SIMON-First Team Baseball, Mid'Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Second Team Baseball, Band, Swing Band. JEROME SMITH-First Team Football, Track, Roll Banker, Junior Skate Party Committee, Lettermen's Club. TONY WAYNE SMITH--Funfest, Pen Staff, Junior Fund Raising, Pep Assembly Committees, Art, Automobile, Pep, 4N Clubs. BOB SPANFELNER-Bulldog Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Operetta, Third Team Football, Chorus, Roll President, Senior Prom, Pep Assembly Committees, Ski Team. JOHN STEINBRECHER-First Team Football, Funfest, Second Team Football, Baseball, Roll Secretary, Banker, Honor Society, Senior Gift Committee. JOHN STEINHAUSER-First Team Football, Boys' Advisory Board, Student Council, Gold Seal, Funfest, Messenger, Second Team Baseball, Track, Roll President, Ski Club. MARTY STEINHAUSER-Gold Seal, Senior Play, Funfest, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Traffic Safety, Art, Junior, Senior Publicity Com- mittees, Library Clerk. " -, iii ' R Q S QV' Q 9 , . W , . RON SLEMMONS-First Team Football, Gold Seal, Second Team Football, Track, Third Team Football, Honor Society, B.C.O. Lunchroom Committee, Funfest. SALLY SMILES-Cabinet, Mid-Winter Concert, Co-chairman, Funfest Publicity Committee, Operetta, Messenger Staff, Chorus, Honor Society, Ski Club, Junior Class Representative. ARCHIE SMITH-First Team Football, Funfest, Second, Third Team Football, Track, Senior Class Representative. BEVERLY RAE SMITH-Funfest, After4School Bowling, Social Wel- fare, Usher, Junior Decoration, Senior Night Committees, Lunch- room Clerk, Study Hall Clerk. GYNETH RAE SMITH-Sophomore Class Representative, Honor Society, Usher, Vocational, Junior Decoration Committees, Chair- man, Senior Night Committee, P.T.A. Bowling League, Half-time Marcher, Roll Banker. HERB SMITH-Gold Seal, Honor Society, Boys' Club Committees, Ski, Automobile, Pep Clubs, Roll Clerk, Chemistry Laboratory Foreman. .hw l Nik ARLENE STEPT-Funfest, Messenger, Roll Banker, Honor Society, Junior Publicity, Senior Questionnaire, Standards, Minute Com- mittees, Ski Club, Honor Society Representative. VANN STOCKSTILL-Transferred from Lincoln High School, Sep- tember, l955. Chorus, 4N Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Track, Intramural Basketball. BILL STOKES-First Team Football, Track, Third Team Basketball, lntramurals, Senior Class Representative, Bookroom Clerk. MICHAEL STORIE-Mid'Winter Concert, Funfest, Band, Orchestra, All-State, All-City Band, Honor Society, President, Math Club, Hi-Y. ARDEN STUART--President, Art Club, Senior Publicity Committee Chairman, Spade Club, Pen Staff, Senior Class Representative, Scrapbook, Art Committees. PHIL SUCKERMAN-Funfest, Honor Society,Junior Prom, Senior Pub- licity Committees, Senior Class Representative, Bowling League. JOHN TAKIZAWA-Gold Sealy Mid-Winter Concerty Pen Staffy Bandy Orchestray Honor Society Representativey Chess, Math Clubsy Audio-Visual Clerk. JANE TANAKA-Gold Sealy Purple Powy Funtesty Business Staff, Messengery President, "G" Cluby Pep, Shorthand Clubsy Student Councily Inter-Club Council. JAKE TARECA-Gold Sealy Mid-Winter Concerty Senior Bandy Roll President, Bankery Honor Societyy Junior Class Representativey Spring Concert. SUE TENNEY-Vice-President, Purple Pawy Gold Sealy Cabine-ty Co- chairman, Junior Prom Committeey Funfesty Junior Personnel, l956 Arrowy Messengery Roll Presidenty Senior Prom, Standards Committees. HAROLD THOMAS-Second, Third Team Footbally Y.F.C., Radio Clubsy Basket Room Attendant. LUTHER THOMAS-First Team Football, Tracky Funfesty Second Team Football, Baseball, Tracky Third Team Footbally Freshman Basketbally 4N, Lettermen's Clubs. SANAYE TOYOJI-Sophomore, Junior Roll Bankery Sophomore Class Representativey Pep, "G", Shorthand Clubsy Funtesty Honor Societyy P.T.A., Social Welfare, Senior Commencement, Red Cross Committees. TOMIKO TSUJIHARA-Gold Sealy Senior Class Typing Committee Chairmany Funfesty "G" Cluby Roll Secretaryy Pep, Shorthand Clubsy Honor Society Representative. LlLLlAN UENO-President, Purple Pawy President, Bellamiy Gold Sealy Chairman, Student Council Publicity, Senior Courtesy Com- mitteesy Student Councily Inter-club Councily Capitol Hill Lions Club Committeey All-City Staff, Messengery Funfest, PAUL UYEDA-Funtesty Roll Banker, Secretaryy Honor Societyy Grounds, Junior Prom Committeesy Sophomore, Junior Class Representatives. GREGORY E. VEDEROFF-Secretary, Radio Cluby Treasurer, Science Cluby Quill and Scrolly Gold Sealy Head Photographer, 'l957 Arrowy Photographer, l956 Arrowy Honor Societyy Photography, Mathematics Clubsy Audio-Visual Clerk. LELAND VlNlNG-Bulldog Cluby Third Team Tracky Freshman Basket- bally Intramuralsy Honor Societyy Senior Announcementsy 4N Club. BOB TADA-Honor Societyy Fishing Cluby Sophomore Class Repre- sentative. ART TAKAHARA-Bulldog Cluby Mid-Winter Concerty Third Team Tracky Bandy Orchestray Roll Secretaryy Junior Class Representa- tivey Honor Societyy Student Council Committee. GERALDINE TAKAYOSHI-Mid-Winter Concerty Funfesty "G" Cluby Bandy Orchestray Roll Secretaryy Honor Societyy Usher, P.T.A. BARBARA JEAN THOMPSON-Mid-Winter Concerty Funfesty Honor Societyy Vocational, Make-up, Art Committeesy Study Hall Clerky Co-chairman, Senior Brunch Committee. TODD THORSLUND-Third Team Football, Basketbally Intramuralsy Second Team Golfy Honor Societyy Basket Room Attendant. BOB TILLMAN-Tracky Third Team Footbally Second Team Footbally Intramuralsy Lettermen's Club. JAMES TODO-Sportsman's, 4N Clubs. YUZO TOKITA-Yell Teamy Gold Sealy Funfesty Messengery Roll Presidenty Honor Societyy Class Representative. PAUL TOMITA-Gold Sealy Honor Societyy Senior Playy Publicationsy Funfesty All-City Business Manager, Messengery Pen Staffy Sportsmon's Club. WILLEM ALBERT VOLKERSZ-Advertising Manager, Messenger, President, Photography Club, Gold Seal, Photographer, 1956 Arrow, Roll Banker, Chairman, Summer Exchange Program. LEO WALKER-Sophomore Class Representative, Basketball, Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Audio-Visual Clerk. KAREN WALTERS-Entered Garfield from Ballard High School, February, l956. "G" Club, After-School Bowling, Lunchroom Committee. "re . ,:1,.- s F xxx' fi! is x-if Q gl X ETTA WARD-Wid-Winter Concert, "G" Club, After-School Sports, Band, Orchestra, Roll Banker, Usher, Social Welfare, Senior Prom Committees, Library, Gym Clerks. SHIRLEY CHRISTINE WARREN-Gold Seal, After'School Sports, Honor Society, 4N, Shorthand, Debate Clubs, Study Hall Clerk, Teacher's Secretary. FLOYD H. WASHINGTON-Funfest, Second and Third Team Track, Shop Foreman, 4N Club. lT'S REALLY BIG! CHARLESETTA WATSON-Funfest, After-School Sports, Secretary, Debate Club, Student Council Publicity, Usher, P.Q., Senior Cap and Gown, Library Committees, 4N Club. FAYE l. WEISKIND-Funfest, Messenger, Roll Secretary, Standards, Friendship, Senior Questionnaire, Junior Prom Committees, Study Hall Clerk. TARENE WESTERHEIDE-Chairman, Senior Night Committee, P.T.A. Bowling, Honor Society, Lost and Found Committee, Sophomore Class Representative, Library Clerk. BETTY WHERRY-Gold Seal, Cabinet, "G" Club, Roll Banker, Senior Brunch, Fine Arts, Library Committees, 4N, Math, Radio Clubs. FLORA WILDER-Mid-Winter Concert, Chorus, Operetta, Health, Senior Prom, Student Council Publicity, International Relations Committees, Pep, Debate Clubs. SUZI WILLIAMSON-Secretary, Freshman Class, Second Vice-Presi- dent, Sophomore Class, Advisory Board, Student Director, Activi- ties, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Radiance Roll, Student Director, i957 Funfest, Productions, l956 Arrow, lnter-High Council. 5 ,fi AM , Y in pf' ' ' , GORDON WILLITS-Boys' Club. ARTHUR WONG-Bulldog, Cathay Clubs, Funtest, Roll Secretary, Honor Society. STEPHEN WONG--Head Football Manager, Track, Roll Banker, Cathay Club. BARBARA YAMASHITA-Co-manager, All-City Messenger Staff, Re- porter, Shorthand Club, Cabinet, Funfest, Roll President, Honor Society, Spade, Pep Clubs, Junior, Senior Commencement Committees. AIKO C. YANAGIHARA-Secretary-Treasurer, Shorthand Club, Ad- visory Board, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Purple Paw, Business Staff, Messenger, Roll Banker, Secretary, Health Nurse's Committees. HING YEE-Cathay Club, Funfest, Senior Publicity Committee. IRWIN YOSHIMURA--Mid-Winter Concert, Funfest, Band, Roll Officer, Honor Society, Class Representative. DAN YOUNG-Automobile, 4N Clubs, Senior Night Committee, Library Clerk. GRACIE LEE YOUNG-Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, "G" Club, After School Sports, Chorus, Nonette. ELINOR ZETIN-Funfest, Senior Brunch, Finance, G.C.O. Commit- tees, Senior Class Representative. MYRTLE JEANETTE WOOD-Advisory Board, Gold Seal, Co-chair man, Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Purple Paw, Vice-Presi dent, "G" Club, After-School Sports, Roll Secretary. JANET RAE WORON--Feature Editor, Messenger, Gold Seal, Fun fest, Chorus, Roll President, Honor Society, Standards, Bulletin Senior Commencement Committees, Study Hall Clerk. BILL WRIGHT-First, Second, Third Team Football, Track, lntra mural Basketball, Bond, BCO. Committee. STAG MOVIES? IO9 I 'IINI Nl l'lNl 'ERI ENT Front Row Gerrie Takayoshi, Carol Nakamura, Anita Maxwell, Brenda Fillipi, Sally Smiles, PGQQY Ohoshi, Barbara Yamashita, Patricia John- SON. Second Row Ron Johnson, Fred Mitchell, Mac Kennedy, Larry Cor- puz, Jay Kind, Gerald Mowat, Geordie Martin, Mary Metcalt, Reiko Kihara. ANNIIITNFIENIISNTS Front Row Irene Fuiimura, Priscilla Chin, Louise Moore, Consuelo Balagat, Roberta Maior. Second Row Tom Foley, Sara Ba- tiste, Betty Delo, Elaine French, Pio De Cano. llO CAI' ANI! INIWYN Front Row: Myrtis Jackson, Charles- etta Watson, Rae Ann Hill, Bessie Minor, Wilbertine Alexander, Joan Redmond. Second Raw- Leo Walker, Grace Chin, Archie Smith, Myrtle Wood. SE IOB IIIIUNYII Front Row. Carol Mitchell, Una Moyes, Suzi Williamson, Lynda Lytle, Merlie Burton, Pat Sheu- maker, Pat Locke, Hiroko Kiyan- aga, Betty Echigo. Second Row: Elinor Zetin, Gerry Reed, Lynnette Bean, Karen Hol- man, Sandy McKee, Joanne Robin, Joanne Granstrond, Gracie Young, Sarah Morford. Third Row: Ed Chow, Charlie Cad- well, Bob Bruce, Tom O'Gorman, Dave Bledsoe, Lynn Dee Rose. Pllilll Front Row- Kathleen O'Brien, Sandra Miles, Dolores Jean Bills, Jan Holland, Dyanne Hayes, Marlene Hartz. Second Row: Linda Rotenberg, Etta Ward, Flora Wilder, Carol Mitch- ell, Sue Tenney, Shirley Pinchev, Nancy Schoenfeld, Shirlee Huey. Third Row. John Steinhauser, Hare vey Fuson, Ronnie Slemmons, Tom Geisness, Rich Beekmann, Barbie Brandt, Bobbie Kamel. I'U Bl.l l'l'l'Y Front Row: Pati Deskins, Janet Sha- han, Carol Freiberg, laura King, Earline Cross. Second Row: Hing Yee, Hal Sadis, Jim Margolis, Phil Suckerman. ITTEES NIGHT Front Raw' Tarene Westerheide, Karen Karnes, Gyneth Smith, Betty Cornell. Second Row Dan Young, Cal Mc- Cune, Jack Navlet, Helaine Green, Beverly Smith. QU EST IIINNAI IIE Front Row, Patti Meves, Sharon Ostrott, Arlene Stept, Phyllis Becker. Second Row: Peter Gahlhotf, Duncan Bayne, Malcolm Lindquist, Bob Hoida, Cal King. l'0lill'l'ESY Front Row: Dian O'Brien, Helen Nakanishi, Georgia Williams, Margaret Gipson, Tomiko Tsuii- hara, Second Row- Janet Iwago, Emilie Eide, Lillian Ueno, Sharon Render, Eliza Griggs. GIFT Front Row' Marg McKenzie, Helen Brooks, Ruth Higo, Valerie Chinn, Ronald Moore, Jane Tanaka, Dor- othy Brown, Norma Brooks, Pat Merriweather. Second Row: Charles Christensen, John Steinbrecher, Rex Allison, Dick Foley, Kenneth Rivers, Lonny Kaneko, Paul Genung, Mike Nomura. MRS. CALDER Advisor DAVE FUKUI President CYNTHIA KAN Vice-Presidenl I0ll JUDY LEONG Secretary BARBARA COOPER Treasurer BARBARA ADAMS GLORIA ADAMS OLAF AIKEN CATHERINE ALLEN WILEY ALLEN KARLA ANDERSON RAMONA ANDERSON BRUCE ANDREWS CLIFFORD ANDREWS KENNETH AOKI TAKASHI AOKI MARGARET ARCHULETA NANCY ARIMA SHELDON AYON JO ANN BABA AL BACKMAN , Qi ISS, .::L1 Mf R 1: X +M- .. .... I .X Q u , wig A wx I , CI I 'ln -,-- I ',v.. 'Q ...-- HL. egg I Jim Z B' " KENNY MARY JANE BAETZ BARBARA BAKER BONNIE JO BALAGOT BERYL BARBER BARRETT DONNA BAXTER A ...A , HAROLD BELMONT iv + BI ROCHELLE BLUMENTHAL BILLIE DEE BOBAIRE ELIZABETH BOULTON MILDRED BOWERS DELORES BROOKS MARY BROOKS CARRIE MAE BROWN DIANE BRUDEVOLD JERRY BERGGREN if 'um' s - -,I wi. BETTIE BRYANT HARRIET BUCK GLORIA BURTON CHRISTIE BUSCHMANN BARBARA BUTLER BRUCE CADWELL PAM CAMPBELL " LYNN CALVO rf an A A , TWH MAU RY CLARK GINNY concocx , ,nw f BRENT COOK , . BARBARA COOPER KEN COPHER DAVID CORDAS 19" SANDRA coRDovA if CHARLENE CRAIG KENNETH CULVER SIDNEY CUTLER BETTIE DARNELL DONNA DAVENPORT BOB DAVIDSON JUNE DAVIS PAT DAVIS JOHN DeBRUYN , 'Af , ,A I F 5 I- w. H., . ,fi .A an w STAFFAN CARLSON CHARLES CARTER VERA CHAN CHERKY CHANG GORDON CHIN HOPKIN CHINN .IOANNE CHINN SHELTON CHOW lx ie. as ,xg SN if 51557 A - .f , no .,, HLNQ W 1, Q, 'VL I ' . L -' , :" Q A A f4'f43'ii ff I ,jf- it :'.: E A .5 I f .zlv I A rg- A 'A ' DARRYL DeGREGG THERESA dela CERNA ESTHER DeLEON LORITA DELMA GEORGE del ROSARIO CORAZON DOMONDON ALETHA DONES BETTY JEAN DOUGLAS BRIAN EGAN BETTY ENG PETE ENG BEVERLY ENGESETH BETTY FITCH KENNETH FOY DENNIS FRANCISCO CAROL FRANCKE 4. Y L L E, :3.:5:, . .v . BOB FREEMAN EVELYN FREEMAN ELLIOTT FRIEDMAN DAVE FUKUI NORM FURUKAWA BETSY GARAWAY ROBERT DEAN GAUFF ERIK GIESE BARBARA GILBERT MARIE GILLUM LESLIE GINGRICH BOB GINSBERG FRED GINTHER SUE GOLUB MERI GOODIN CAROLE GOODWIN K. 'fn- ""A I Ak M .,,, Q , ri I 'gif 'NF SUZANNE HARA ALLEN HARADER TOM HARADER EMMA HARRIS MIKE HARVEY BOB HASELWOOD JUDY HASELWOOD MURIEL HAWTHORNE JANICE HAYASHI WANDA HAYNES WINONA HAYNES JOE HENDERSON BILL HENRY COURTNEY HIGHTOWER MARGIE HILLESTAD BETTY HIROO STANLEY GOONG Wywj' :ZX ' IRENE Gossm lqgwu 54 ,Til f . nxjpj 'V LORRAINE GOSSETT ' M4100 " WZ! 214,42 f . 4. A, ANN GRAY CLf4MzL7 72 fb f 54-if Wx? A A A TMJ fi' ' Louis GRAY f 495443 HELENA GREENWOOD 'ffww , I Y JOHNNIE GRIFFIN CHARLES GULLEY SONYA HABIB SUE HAGER .-M, z - - VIC HALELA A. '1 ' COLLEEN HALFON " AMELIA HALL 3 MARGARET HALL ROBERT HALVERSON "-" ' ELLEN HANSEN A . I , Rf' glwf XS' A E H54 ff ix I I. I X I 4 R. x , .,,.L........ I I I A. RON HOLDEN CHUCK HOWARD GLENDA HOWELL JACKIE HUGHES RENA HUNT BONNIE ISRAEL BOB JACKSON DELMA JACKSON HARRY JACKSON LYNN JAFFE LAURIE JOHNSON CLIFF JONES IRA KADISH CYNTHIA KAN JOANNE KANAYA MYRA KARP Y. -- GRACE KASE ,i2 TOM KAWAHARA 'ZII I MARY Louise KELLY -1-':' MAY KIHARA .. KAY KIMBER MARTHA KINCAID War ARLENE KING ami JANET KOBATA ELINOR KOSOKOFF RICHARD KOYAMA JAN KUDO ROBERT LQBOW GEORGIANN LAFFELL GEORGIA LAMB RONALD LAWRENCE DOMINGO LAZO MARTHA MANNING PAUL MAR CALIX MARTOS JENNIFER MASLEY JUDY MASTEN GRETCHEN MATHERS RUTH MATSUMOTO CHARLES MAXWELL WILLIAM MCGRAW JOE McLAUGHLIN COLLEEN McPOLAND DUNCAN MCQUARRIE JUANITA McQUEEN JUDY MELBY BETH MELVIN FLORALYN METCALF PAULINE LEE JUDY LEONG GARY LEWIS SUSAN LEWIS MELVIN LILLIE DONNA LITTLEJOHN ROBERT LOBODUK MAXINE LOO KATIE MAE LOVE COLUMBUS LOWE MARGUERITE LUKE 'Ql:-' KENDY MacCOLL ..,: I A Q, x 'QF E ,I JOHN MACKLIN LYNDA MAEKAWA SUE MAIMON EVELYNE MANNHALT QW gi 'Qi ff, i?fQQ2'i-2 ,R X MIMI MICHAELSON AKIHIKO MIHARA JEAN MILLER JOHN MILLWARD FANNIE MITCHELL OLA MAE MITCHELL VERNICE MITCHELL VERNON MITCHELL VICKI MIX KEI MORIYASU JOANN MORRISON GAIL MUKAI RAY MURRAY DICK NAGAOKA MASAKO NAKAMURA RICHARD NAKANO v: -E 'Wil' PA JERRY O'FLOCK MARGARETA OHRN KINUKO OIYE TERRY OLMSTEAD MARJORIE OMORI KATHY O'SHEA MASS OTANI JULIANNE OTOSHI JOHN NAPIONTEK KAYE NELSON T NELSON CONNIE NEUKIRCH RICHARD NOMURA ELLEN NUMOTO DICK OBAYASHI BILL O'DONNELL 4 , Lf f ,Alai Md 7 -Q 'cf wlag OQ, 5, SANFORD PAIOY 'ffufi-ff-' cr, ..-- ,lqcwf--I MALINDA PANGBORN 'ffl I , Q73 H4922 ,Q SONJA PAPEOAAY 'X - BILLIE JEAN PARRIs V, J ' 1 ,f df .I 111,44 44, ga A 123,44 Q TQ '4P9f2,cC. -LQ Q5 ,wg zz , 7 DELORES PAUL " "'zz"Z"Cd6f"' AL PEAsE " 04440 RON PENDLETON I ,f GAII PICKERING l,,., , BARBARA PRINCE ""'Q sI-IEIIA PRINCE :ff ROBERT PROTTAS " I DAVID RADINSKY AIFONSO RAMAC PAT REEDY BOB RICHARDSON KATHERINE RICHARDSON LARRY RODGERS MARGIE RONGERUDE JANET SAKAMOTO DIANE SALTMAN AMY SANBO DON SCHINDLER BERT SCHREIBER JULIET SCOTT wx' 925' ROSS SCOTT LEIDA SEID SULA SEID IRENE SHAIN JOEY SHAIN FRANCINE SHANK STEVE SHERMAN VIC SHINODA MIDGE SINGER DARLENE SKINNER DIANE SMITH PAUL SMITH TONIE SMITH CYNTHIA SPENCER HARRIS SPRINCIN JAMES STANDIFER EDDIE STERN BARRY STEWART GEORGE STEWART SAMUEL STILLS SUE STUDEBAKER KAY STYLIANOPOULOS .IIRO SUGURO MARION TAGAWA ED THOMPSON KATHLEEN TOMI MIDORI TAKAHASHI BOB TAKEUCHI JUDITH TAMAKI EMANUEL TAYLOR JOYCE TAYLOR DICK TEPPNER STEPHEN THAL LYNNE THOMAS TA MELINDA TOWNSEND NICK TSIAKILOS FRANK TSUJIHARA MARION TSUTSUMI SUSUMU TSUT TIM TUCKER SUMI GREG TURNER ROSE MARIE VAN ZANT CHARLES VASSAR DIANE VERZOLA ooLoREs vERzoLA INESE VIKELIS f PEDRO vlLLAMoR 1 ' :'1 . Bos WADE f . I ' J MARGIE WALLACE ' - 5 ""-f .,:qq I pi BARBARA WALTON A - ROSE WARD AL WALLACE 5 X bezbl JERRY WARSHAL JAMES wAsrnNGToN , - F "-1 XQ ' R 5 UNIOIl CIIAIRMEN Front Row: Cynthia Spencer, Junior Prom, Dick Obcyashi, Vera Chun,Junior Skate. Second Row: Steve Sherman, Bill O'Don- neli, Junior Promg Bob LaBow, Junior Skate. JUDY WASHINGTON GERALDINE WATSON DALE WEBSTER GRAHAM WILLS 'Ns ll' MARJORIE WILLIAMS CHARLOTTE WINSTON PAULINE WOO BETTIE WORON LYNN WYATT NAOMI YAMAMOTO KEIKO YANAGIHARA EDWIN YASUKAWA if 2 ,D 'f IIL S R001 RONNIE YOSHINO VIOLA YOUNG COMMITTEES ,G av 1 'L R ful A CIIAIRMEN Front Row: Barbara Baker, Margarel Hall, Publicifyg Donna Baxter, Decoration. Second Row: Steve Thal, Decorafionp Paul Mar, Bob Wade, Commencemenl. 0Pll0 IIBES MRS. LUNDBERG Advisor TIM HANSEI. President HE SOPHOMORE CLASS has discovered by expe- rience that the trek through high school is not a bed of roses. lt may include much fun and recrea- tion, but diligent study and fine cooperation work hand in hand. The Sophomores, most of them being new to Garfield, felt a little strange in a bewildering new atmosphere. However, not content with stumbling into wrong classrooms, they decided to take a step forward toward maturity and responsibility. They realized they had much to learn, as do all teen-agersp but with the three fine officers chosen at the beginning of the year, and Mrs. Lundberg, advisor, these Sophomores have greatly progressed. They now have an excellent opportunity to achieve their respective goals. BllLY HILLIARD Vice-President EUG EN E GROSZ S ecretary-Treasurer FRANK ABELLERA CARLOS AIKEN JOEY ALHADEFF DON ANDERSON DAVID ARAI SUMI ARIMA BUD BAETZ RICHARD BALAGOT STEVE BALCOS EDWARD BALL BILL BARR SUSIE BELL ESTHER BENEZRA AL BENOLIEL BOBBY BERG FREDRHOL BERRYSMITH REVELE BISHOP JOHN BOOTH BONNIE BORGERSON KATY BOWDEN EUGENE BOWSER SHARON BRASHEN MARTHA BREWER BEVERLY BRIGHT HARVEY BROWN b Y i , R BARRY BRYANT . BRUCE BRYANT GARY BUDLONG If ze W Am as .im ,Z I 13' N' wi . 3 I L LB A A F V! ,SF 'Wwe L K fr 32 N 4 sy gh . .G I I ax JACK BUTTNICK LYNN CALDWELL ROBERT CAMPBELL RENEE CAPELOTO PAUL CARACO JUDY CARP LEONA CARTER REBA CARTER AURELIE CHINN HANSING CHINN LANCING CHINN VIRGINIA CHINN KARLA CHRISTIANSEN WILMA CLAGG PHYLLIS CLEVELAND ROY CLEWIS VANCE CLIPSON BARBARA COHEN BILL COMYN FRANCES CONKLIN ERIC CORNELIUSSEN IUDY COULSEY ROGER CROSHAW KATHERINE DAVIS JACK DAY SUE DAY OSCAR del ROSARIO MAUREEN DEMPSEY ANN DENNEN DAVID DILLON BILL DIXON CHEVY DODD DEANNA DODSON PATRICIA DOHERTY LOLA DOVER I25 af I Q Ml JU ,S+ ua Y Mu ' LY ' BILL sf 1:4 " ,, LARRY GEORGE KENNY GIDLOF JEFF GIEBEL GEORGIA PEARL GOINS MARGIE GOODIN WENDY GOODWIN JOAN GREEN A .:-2 is ..-- I - , 'I ' 5 ,.:' I "iF '-'. J: A I S. Q I, ,'..,.: z:. . , :. , M5 Ig, '-' DOLORES GRIMSRUD EUGENE GROSZ MARY HAMADA BOB HANDLIN TIM HANSEL IRENE HARADA BILL HARRIS "Q-' ' A "' .,IQ A X L L, I I THEODORE HARRIS CLYDE HAYDEL JANICE HEALEY HUNTER HILL BILLY HILLIARD JANICE HING JOYCE HIRAOKA FRED HOFFMAN ISAMU HOIDA JOYCE HOSHINO TOM HOWARD ELAINE HUDESMAN EARLIE HUDSON BLJI HUMPHREY SHINYA ICHIKAWA MARION IWAGO JUDY JACOBS ELAINE JOHNSON CATHY JORDAN DONALD JUE SILAS JUE T26 35 . Q If KE DRUXMAN CAMILLE DUETT STUART DUPEN JAMES DURDEN EVELYN EASTERN BRUCE ENG CHARLES DREILING si I xg Q HAzsL ENG NE ENG RAYMOND ENG MAXINE ERVIN RONALD ERVIN KAY ESAKI CLIFF EVANS EVERETT NN FERNALLD JOANNE FETZER SAUNDRA FISCHLER WAYNE FOLEY GAIL FRANZKE BEVERLY FREEMAN FRENCH NORMA FRIESE ELSA FRITZNER SHELLIE FUNES JUDY GATES JENNIE GEARHART MELVIN GENAUER is 4:5 3 A SN I JULIANN KANNO EUGENE KANO LIBBY KATAOKA ELIZABETH KAUFMAN MARY KENNEDY HELEN KIHARA SUSANNA KIHARA AKIKO KIKUCHI BARBARA KNISELY HARUMI KOYAMA FRANCES KUBO REVA LAMB HERSCHEL LAWSON SANDY LAX LESLIE LEAVITT LANA LEDERMAN TIM LEFFLER MICHAEL S. LEVIEN BILL LEVINE LARRY LIEF DAVID LIPP MELINDA LOCKE SHELDON LOO DANIEL LOUIS BETTIE LUKE GAIL Mc:COLL AL MAIMON FANNIE MANNING 4, up 5 . -'uf tv R Li I : -N A SEQRES JO ANNE MANNING L CAROLYN MAR MAE MAR SUNG MAR ALVIN MARSHALL ROBERT MARTIN SELENA MARTINER INDA MATSON RICKY MAYO MARY McALLISTER ROBERT McCUTCHAN JEANETTE MEAGHER ANITA MERRELL JOHN MICHEL BARBARA MILLER CHARLES MILLER CHARLES MITCHELL THANE MITCHELL BILL MOFFETT MILES MONROE ERIC MORGAN BETTY MORIKAWA EIICHI MORIYASU PHIL MORRISON DENNIS MOSER DAVID F. MOSLER MIRIAM MOSLER FLORENCE MUKAI SAND! MUTAL ERNIE NAGAI EMIKO NAKAMURA IRENE NAKAO SANDRA NAKATANI GARY NETZ PATTY NEWLUN mga: 4, A If f I 'i 'SIE if 4 ,L 'V I I 1. A Tr .55 ' I II JJ , I M 'SEA' E 2 ' A wig I, in an . .I ' I I MF gm -- .--' - - - f ir: - L 'IL .ur A EILEEN NEWMAN LINDY NICHOLS ARLENE NISHIMOTO RICHARD NISHIO ALLEN NOEL YOSHIKO NOMURA ALFRED NORIEGA STEVE NORMAN HENRY NOSI ISAAC OLIVER SALLY ORDELL LEONA ORZOCO JERRY OSTRER MIKE O'SULLIVAN DONNA PANTANO ELIZABETH PERRY JIM PHILLIPS ROBIN PHILLIPS LEON PIHA LORRAINE PINXTON SHIELA PORTER JOHN PRATER RAYMOND RAABE JOHN RABEL CAROL RAILTON STANLEY REDMOND DUANE REINHARDT T. Z. RIGGINS MIKE RILEY " LONNIE noseuzrs 3 - '--' 1 , T DICK noesmsow , f ' I , N Conn ROOSEN-RUNGE .1 S R Q JOILA IIUBENFELD ' 5- " ""' szoum uusseu 1, 'S , 'I XSL some RYE ' i f 'II' ' 0 GERALD swls 5 , X DIAN SAGE ,ifg::.- ., t N BEVERLY SAIKI ' ,,:, , .2 - f'1g.f',' .Q , f T ' CHARLES SCH'-EFEP f KATHIE SCHEEL f I am SCHREIBER ' """' I " "" A Mme scnwmzrz R I . DICK SERALIE WILLIAM SERAILE PHILIP SHERMAN RONNIE SHINODA LOUISE SIMPSON PAULA SKOOG DON SMITH ETHEL SMITH KERRY SMITH GLORIA JEAN SNODDY JOHN SNOW SWIMMING POOL, PLEASE! I28 da S A ROYAL SNYDER CHUCK SPRINCIN POLLY STEVENS STAN SUSSMAN RONALD TADA DOROTHY TAGAWA ETSUKO TAMAKI DICK TANABE FRANK TANAKA AKICO TATSUMI JUDY TAYLOR LESLIE THODE WAYNE THRONSON CLYDE TOLLIVER FLOSSIE TOLLIVER JIM TORRANCE IRV TREIGER JUDY TREMBLEY HERMAN TROTSKY DONNA TSOMING ARLENE TSUTSUMI BOBBY TSUTSUMI JANIS TUSCHER DOLORES VAN ZANT SUE VIERICK JEAN WALKER JEAN ANN WATSON JOSEPHINE WAYNE 5 1-.,..Z I Q liiu , . ',. . fin i. I,I. A n wb' B O 'L IILIV ::'A I LI I A ig ' A AYL I ' I sl ' A ,..b , 3 lli' 3 'ggi' 3 b , - TNLVLC I if -5 - i' i Q ,,., Q I : -as 'Y Q- L .W A K ,.,. -I- Bi '93 ar I- 'J mw- 3502-1 ,- ,ks Q ,. I if A-f -I ':"- an I Nw X f, T my A I .1,, Q .. L Wi SS R 3 ALLAN WEBSTER JEAN WEBSTER PAULA WEST ANNE WHEATMAN MARTHA WHITE ROSE WHITE ULYSSES WHITEHEAD SUSAN WHITING GEORGE WILLIAMS PONIZETTA WILLIAMS ROSETTA WILLIAMS JIM WILSON CAROL WIRTA THALIA WISEMAN MIKE WONG SHELIA WOO SUE WOO ROBIN WOODWARD CLARENCE YATES RALPH YATES ELAINE YOSHIDA BRUCE YOSHIMURA BARBARA ZEUMALT WHA'S ZAT AGIN9 I2 9 HIGHLIGHTS HE COMBINATION of faculty and student hands working to- gether, contribute to the long remembered occasions, such as Funfest, pep assemblies, Olot Day, Purple-White Dcty and mony others. WHEN WE WERE KIDS . . . YOUR STATE PATROL IS ON THE .IOB I MEAN THE WHOLE THING LIKE BUGS ME! 132 HOT DOG I! GO, BULLDOGS, FIGHT! LOCK N' LOLL PUBLICITY STUNT? BROUGHT TO YOU BY HAZEL BISHOP BACK OFF ME MAN, IT'S TOO PIERCIN' OOOH! CHERRY LIPS 133 w n..., e-ww M. GET THIS GUY OUTA HERE! THE BEST ON THE BOARDS GERMAN BULLDOGS CENSORED I! E WHAT DO I DO NEXT COACH? IS THERE ANY DISCUSSION? THEY ARE A HAPPY LOT P. T. . ARFIELD'S Parent Teacher Association is a small but important part of a national organization. Through the monthly meet- ings and varied proiects, the P.T.A. strives to establish a co-opera- tive relationship between the home and the school. During the past year the P.T.A. sponsored or chaperoned numerous activities and donated a S100 college scholarship. .um IT GIVES ME GREAT PLEASURE- MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE! LIONS CL VER A PERIOD of six years, the Capitol Hill Lions Club and Garfield have worked in close co-operation. On the first Tuesday of each month, members of the Lions Club, student body, and faculty meet to plan and discuss joint projects. ln addition to lending its support to all school functions, this businessmen's club sponsors GarfieId's Girl and Boy of the Month, contributes to the student exchange fund, and donates several college scholarships. TOP TE LEUNG CHINN IRENE FOY CAROL FREIBERG JUDY GOSLIN CLASS 0F 57 l LYNDA LYTLE SARAH MORFORD DIANE SAINSBURY ADELLE SANDBERG EN GARFIELD SENIORS receive the highly coveted honor of appear- ing on this page. These students have maintained the very highest scholastic records throughout their high school years, and thus deserve the rewarding title of the Top Ten. Scholastically as well as socially, these ten students have proved that recognition and glory come to those who work to deserve it. The Arrow staff, therefore, wishes to recognize their fine achieve- ments, and hopes that these students will be as successful in the future as they have been here at Garfield. 136 WARD LIDNS CLUB GIRL DF THE DIDNTH AYVARDS PATI DESKINS TOMOKO KAWAGUCHI MARY METCALF JUDY GOSLIN PATRICIA LOCKE SARAH MORFORD SUZI WILLIAMSON LIDNS CLUB BDY 0F THE MDNTH AWARDS JOHN BASS WAYNE GIDLOFF FRED PAULSELL JOHN DOUGLAS ART KONO BOBBY SAUNDERS DICK FOLEY CHARLIE CADWELL First Place, Downhill, and Ski Meet. First Place, Giant Slalom. EDWARD CHOW Governor, Evergreen Boys' State. GEORGE DUGAN Stadium High School, Impromptu Speaking, First Place, I956. CAROL FREIBERG Garfield Student Contributing Most to the Seattle International Relations Organization, I956. GARFIELD SKI TEAM First Place, All-City 4-way. ERIK GIESE First Place, All-City Ski Meet. First Place, 4-way, All-City. BOBBY HICKS Poshlntelligencer, Golden Gloves Winner. BILL HILL Lions Club, Football Scholastic Award. ALAN HOLT National Junior Sailing Champion. Winner, Sears' Cup. AKIRA ICHIKAWA and WENDY KNUDSON Certificate Honor in Recognition of Loyal and Faithful Service and Inspirational Leadership as Managing Editors of the Fall and Spring, 1956-57 Messenger. LYNDA LYTLE Betty Crocker, Search for Homemaker of Tomorrow, Local. BETTY VON ROTZ Outstanding Drama Student, 1956. GDLD KEY WVINNERS IN THE REGIDNAL SCHDLASTIC ART AWARDS CDNTEST JANE COWAN SHIRLEY PINCHEV PAUL SMITH ELSA FRITZNER DIANE SAINSBURY ARDEN STUART GEORGE L'ABBE JAMES TODO a R 'X A'R xx ..,r Q, ,, we " ful? H X . "VC Q :N - fx. ' N x ,J I. QW ,, 3 x X , CLIDSIING . . . so the seniors for the last time, view the empty and where their youthful personalities were first con- influenced. now take their last look at Garfield High School, the which ihey will herezzfter speak in the past tense. Acknowledgement Printing ......... ....... M r. and Mrs. Harold G. Kimball Mr. Robert McDonald The Ballard News Engraving ,,.,.... ...Y M r. Jack Gallant Mr. Howard Vierling Art ,,..... ,..,....................,.... . ................,.......... M r. Gene Patrick Artcraft Engraving and Electrotype Photography. ..,.,...................,..,.................. Mr. Robert L. Pederson Kennell-Ellis Studios Photography .,...........,......................,........... 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