Garfield High School - Arrow Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1958
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the hallowed halls, invades every class
room, and is implanted in each new mem-
ber of our student body.
Our faculty and student body hold a
deep sense of pride for Purple and White
and the meaning behind them. It is for
this reason that the association between
students and faculty is friendly and har-
The Bulldog spirit has spurred us on to
new levels of accomplishment: an ever-
increasing number of award-winning pub-
lications, effective organizations, fine stage
productions, outstanding music groups, and
victorious athletic teams.
As the years pass, Garfield alumnae
cherish the Arrow as a complete record
of their high school days. ln the i958
edition, the staff has tried to preserve this
year's events and the excitement and color
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MARTHA KINCAID CHEVY DODD
AL HARADER BARBARA BAKER
Layout Technicians Photographers
BILL FRENCH BETTY ENG
JOHN MICHEL DONALD CHINN
HIROKO ICHIKAWA HELEN KIHARA
Public Relofions VIRGINIA CHINN
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ARFIELD STUDENTS and 'faculty alike have long been noted
for their outstanding accomplishments. The undying Bulldog
spirit, so much a part of each Garfieldite, accounts for these suc-
cesses. It is to the SPIRIT OF GARFIELD that we, the Arrow staff,
dedicate the T957-i958 Arrow.
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E. E. HANSELMAN JOHN MAXEY
Boys' Advisor Girls' Advisor
ROBERT TATE RUTH DEETZ
Aciivifies Director Counselor
MARGARET SEMMENS DORIS CUFF AMANDA WOOD
Head Clerk Affendance Counselor's Clerk
GLORIA NAKAMURA WINIFRED STRAUB KATHERINE MARSHALL
Assisfanf Clerk Library Clerk Study Hull
TODAY'S NEWS, TODAY!
Lan guage Arfs
MARY ETHEL DIXON
LOU ELLA HART
Head, Social Studies Department
Head Industrial Arts Department
Head, Science Department
RONALD PATNOE HENRY PETERS ROBERT PEVONAK JOHN POLIKOWSKY
Science Social Sfudies Language Ari: Craffs
MARGARET ROBERTS ELIZABETH SCHOEPPEL ANNABELLE SHAW HELEN SHELTON
Head, Commercial Depf. Social Sfudies Maihemafics Foreign Language
TERRY SHIMOMURA CARLTON SMITH JOSEPH STEELE-SHAW DUANE STRINDEN
Commercial Music I Language Arts Social Studies
ROBERT TATE DONALD URWILER BRUCE WILSON CLAUDE WILSON
Healfh Education Science Science Head, Language Arrs Depf
ooks and anitors
N EMBARRASSING grumble from stomachs around noon time is a
familiar sound at Garfield. Visions of wonderful plate lunches,
wholesome sandwiches and delicious pastries enter food-conscious minds.
The capable cooks are always in the kitchen to make sure our hunger
needs are satisfied.
MR. GAMBLE MR. LIGHTNER MRS. STOFFER
Head Custodian Assistant Custodian Matrcn
HAT SINKING sensation when you get to school in the morning and
find yourself without a locker key is a familiar feeling to many.
Your spirits are soon lifted when the ianitor comes on the run with his
"Open Sesame!" keys. Not only do we depend on them to rescue us
from predicaments like this, but we also trust them to keep our building
and grounds in tip-top shape.
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. John Perse.
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Mrs. Calder, Advisorf Barbara Baker, President, Jiro Suguro, Vice-President
Vera Chan, Secretary, Richard Nomura, Treasurer.
HEN SCHOOL OPENED, Graduation Day was the dis-
tant goal toward which each member of the Class
of '58 was diligently working. Spirited football games,
lively pep assemblies, the hilarious Senior Play, and a suc-
cessful Senior Banquet . . . these and other events made
their last year on "Bulldog Territory" their most memorable
Graduation Day is over now, and lithe seniors leave
behind their coveted position and prestige. But the mem-
ories of three wonderful years in the Garfield "family" will
always be carried with them.
GLORIA ADAMS--Funfest, Operetta, Senior Representative, P.T.A.,
Health, Friendship, Gazette Committees.
OLAF AIKEN--Boys', Far East Clubs.
CATHERINE ALLEN-Funfest, Advanced Choir, Senior Class, Girls'
Club Committee, 4N, "G" Clubs.
WILEY ALLEN--Roll Secretary, Advanced Choir, Girls' Club Repre-
sentative, Senior Announcement, Usher Committees, 4N, "G"
KARLA ANDERSON-Roll Banker, Band, Senior Cap and Gown,
P.Q., Campus Committees, 4N, "G" Clubs.
RAMONA ANDERSON-Senior Fund Raising, Usher Committees.
BRUCE ANDREWS-Radio Club, Honor Society, Basketroom At-
CLIFFORD ANDREWS--Boys' Club, Senior Band.
KENNETH AOKI-Boys' Club, Roll Banker, Orchestra, Funfest,
Band, Honor Society, Senior Class Representative.
TAKASHI AOKI-Roll Banker, Honor Society Representative.
LAWRENCE ARD-Boys' Club, Advanced Choir.
NANCY ARIMA-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Senior Brunch, Student
Council Finance, Make-up Committees, Honor Society Repre-
sentative, Library Attendant.
AL ATKENS-Funfest, Boys' Club Committees, Ski Team.
SHELDON AYON-Boys', Pep Clubs, Senior Announcement Com-
JOANN BABA-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, AllACity Business Manager,
Fall Messenger, Quill and Scroll, Advisory Board, Junior Prom,
Co-Chairman, Senior Questionnaire Committees
WALTER BACHMAN-Band, Honor Society.
Al BACKMAN-Band, Honor Society.
MARY JANE BAETZ-Songster, Purple Paw, Roll President, Funfest,
Senior Play, Junior Publicity, Senior Prom Committees.
BARBARA BAKER-Gold Seal, Student Council, President, Senior
Class, Pen Staff, Production Editor, 1958 Arrow, Roll Officer,
Lions' Club Committee.
BONNIE JO BALAGOT-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Secretary,
"G" Club, Cabinet, Student Council Finance, Senior Commence-
BERYL BARBER-Scrapbook Committee, Honor Society, 4N Club,
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KEN BARRETT-Boys' Club, Senior Skate Committee, Honor Society.
HAROLD BELMONT-Messenger Staff, Junior, Senior Publicity Com-
mittees, Honor Society.
JOANNE BERANEK-Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Funfest, Senior Class,
Girls' Club Committees, Honor Society.
ROCHELLE BLUMENTHAL-Gold Seal, Mid-Winter Concert, Co-
Chairman, Senior Night Committees, 4N Club.
BILLIE DEE BOBAIRE-Gold Seal, Roll Secretary, Funfest, Senior
Publicity, Gazette, Usher Committees, Program Chairman, Honor
Bonnie Booenr-Left Garfield ociobef 11, 1957.
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU . . . BULLDOGS
LIZ BOULTON-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Roll Secretary, Funfest,
Operetta, Band, Senior Brunch Committee.
JEAN BOYER-Girls' Club Representative, Bulletin, Gazette, Health,
Lunchroom, Usher Committees.
CAROLYN BRAZIER-Roll Banker, Mid-Winter Concert, Basketroom
DONNA BROOKS-Girls' Club, Lost and Found Committee.
MARY BROOKS-Funfest, Senior Fund Raising, Girls' Club Com-
mittees, Secretary, Debate, 4N Clubs.
CARRIE MAE BROWN-Funfest, Advanced Choir, Senior Com-
mencement, P.Q. Committees.
DIANE BROWN-Girls' Club, Senior Class Committees.
EDITH BROWN-Mid-Winter Concert, Junior Play, G.C.O., Gazette,
Lost and Found Committees, Girls' Club Representative.
DIANE BRUDEVOLD-Messenger Staff, Roll President, Mid-Winter
Concert, Senior Announcement, Girls' Club Committees, Honor
Society, Junior Class Representative.
JEAN BUCHANAN-Copy Editor, Spring Pen, Roll Secretary, Fun-
fest, Advanced Choir, Junior, Senior Prom Committees, Junior
HARRIET LYNN BUCK-Roll Officer, Junior Prom, Senior Night,
Make-up, Nurse's, Usher Committees, Honor Society.
MEL BUCKNER-Honor Society, Audio Visual, 4N Club.
GLORIA JEAN BURTON-Roll President, Secretary, Senior Com-
mencement, Minute, P.Q. Committees, 4N, "G" Clubs.
CHRISTIE BUSCHMANN-Publicity Editor, Spring Pen, Messenger
Staff, Funfest, Operetta, Co-Chairman, Senior Prom, Gazette
Committees, Junior Class Representative.
BARBARA JEAN BUTLER-Roll Banker, Junior Publicity, Senior
Skate, Lost and Found, P.Q. Committees, Sophomore Class Rep-
BRUCE CADWELL-Student Council, Boys' Sports Editor, 1957
Arrow, Advisory Board, Senior Gift Committee, Varsity Golf,
President, Ski Club, Honor Society.
LYNN CALVO-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Roll Officer, Funfest,
Senior Prom, Traffic Safety, G.C.O. Committees.
PAM CAMPBELL-Gold Seal, Student Council, Purple Paw, Roll
Officer, Student Director, 1958 Funfest, Senior Prom Committee,
Secretary-Treasurer 4N Club.
I DlDN'T KNOW THE GUN WAS LOADED
STAFFAN CARLSON-Photographer, 1957 Arrow, Vice-President,
Photography Club, Honor Society.
VERA CHAN-Gold Seal, Secretary, Senior Class, Roll President,
Funfest, Act Manager, Operetta, Co-Chairman, Junior Skate
Party, Traffic Safety Committees.
JEWELL CHANEY-Friendship, Bulletin Committees.
CHERKY CHANG-Boys' Club, Rall Banker, Funfest, Senior Ques-
tionnaire Committee, 4N, Cathay Clubs.
GORDON CHIN--Gold Seal, Funfest, Cathay Club.
HOPKIN CHINN-Honor Society, Cathay Club.
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JOANNE CHINN-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Advisory Board, Inter-
Club Council, Funfest, Senior Brunch Committee, President,
MEL CHINN-Gold Seal, Funfest, Manager, Third Team Basketball,
MAURY CLARK-Bulldog, 4N Clubs, Senior Representative, Foreign
Relations, Vice-President, Boys' Exchange Committees, Honor
FRAN COCHRAN--Transferred from Selah, Washington High,
Yakima, Washington, Advanced Choir, Girls' Club, Junior Play
GINNY COLCOCK-Senior Play, Operetta, Nonnette, Girls' Club,
Senior Announcement Committees, Honor Society, Spades.
BRENT COOK--Roll President, Senior Play, Senior Night Commit-
tee, All-City Badminton, Sophomore Class Representative.
BARBARA COOPER-Treasurer, Girls' Club, Gold Seal, Student
Council, Purple Paw, Treasurer, Junior Class, Production Editor,
1957 Arrow, Co-Chairman, Student Council Handbook Com-
KEN COPHER-Roll Officer, Funfest, Band, Orchestra, Third Team
Football, Senior Skate Committee, Honor Society.
DAVE CORDAS-Roll Officer, Honor Society Representative, Senior
Announcement Committee, Honor Society.
SANDRA CORDOVA-Gold Seal, Business Staff, Fall Messenger,
Operetla, Advanced Choir, Senior Brunch, Bulletin Committees,
Honor Society Representative.
CHARLENE CRAIG-Transferred from Roosevelt High, Seattle, Roll
Officer, Braunschweig Committee.
KEN CULVER-Gold Seal, Bulldog Club, Senior Announcement Com-
mittee, Third Team Basketball.
SIDNEY CUTLER-Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Boys' Club Committees,
CAROLEE DANZ--Roll Secretary, Funfest, Senior Play, Senior
Skate, Girls' Club, Pep Club Assembly Committees, Honor
BETTY DARNELL-Funfest, Senior Announcement, Handbook, Friend-
ship, P.T.A., P.Q. Committees.
DONNA DAVENPORT-Gold Seal, Secretary, Student Council, Pur-
ple Paw, Cabinet, Funfest, Senior Brunch, Usher Committees.
BOB DAVIDSON-Student Council, Messenger Staff, Advisory
Board, Roll Officer, Senior Night Committee, Varsity Golf,
JUNE DAVIS-Roll Banker, Funfest, Historian, "G" Club, Senior
Cap and Gown, Girls' Club Committees, Cabinet, 4N Club.
JOHN DeBRYN-Gold Seal, Service Director, Bulldog Club, Pub-
licity Chairman, Inter-Club Council, Roll Officer, Manager, Base-
ball, Executive Board, Honor Society.
DARRYL DeGREGG-Roll Presidenhglntramurals, 4N Club Represen-
GEORGES DeHOUSSE-Exchange Student from Belgium, Bulldog,
4N Clubs, Senior Play, Exchange Students' Program Committee.
THERESA dela CERNA-Purple Paw, Assistant Managing Editor,
Spring Messenger, Vice-President, "G" Club, Roll President, Co-
Chairmon, Senior Commencement, Student Council Finance
ESTHER DeLEON-Gold Seal, Roll Secretary, Funfest, Senior Fund
Raising, Standards Committees, Honor Society, Study Hall Clerk.
LORITA DELMA-Gold Seal, President, Purple Paw, Funfest, Oper-
etta, Choraleers, Funfest, Senior Prom Committees.
WARDELL DERROW-Boys' Club, Roll Officer.
CORAZON DOMONDON-Girls' Club, Friendship, Usher Com-
BETTY JEAN DOUGLAS-Publicity Staff, Fall Pen, Messenger Staff,
Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert, After-School Sports Manager, "G",
4N Clubs, Senior Night Committee.
GEORGE DUGAN-Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Senior Night Com-
mittee, President, Debate Club.
BRIAN EGAN-Boys' Club.
PHARRIEST ELLIOTT--Funfest, Campus, Gazette, Standards, Social
Welfare, Friendship Committees.
ANTHONY ELLIS-Roll Secretary, Funfest,
PETER ENG-Gold Seal, Sports Staff, Fall Messenger, Roll Officer,
Audio-Visual, Intramural Sports.
BEVERLY ENGESETH-Messenger Staff, Advanced Choir, Senior An-
nouncement, Gazette, Friendship Committees, Ski, Shorthand
DONALD FINCH-Roll Officer, Operetta, Advanced Choir, Football
KENNETH FOY-Funfest, Senior Class Representative, Senior Fund
Raising, Health Committees, Cathay Club, Audio Visual.
DENNIS FRANCISCO-Roll Officer, Honor Society.
CAROL FRANCKE-Funfest, Operetta, Advanced Choir, Mid-Winter
Concert, Red Cross, Usher, Senior Fund Raising Committees.
BOB FREEMAN--Advisory Board, Roll President, Roll Banker, Pub-
licity Chairman, 1958 Funfest, Chairman, Building Committee,
Senior Skate Committee, Senior Representative.
EVELYN FREEMAN--Second Vice-President, Girls' Club, Gold Seal,
Student Council, Purple Paw, Funfest, Senior Play, Senior Prom
ELLIOT DOVER FRIEDMAN-Roll President, Secretary, Funfest,
Senior Prom Committee, Varsity Golf. 1
DAVE FUKUI-Gold Seal, Student Council, Vice-President, Sopho-
more Class, President, Junior Class, Inter-High Council, Roll
President, Student Council Committee Chairman.
NORM FURUKAWA-Vice-President, Boys' Club, Gold Seal, Student
Council, President, Sophomore Class, Advisory Board, Varsity
RILEY GAINES-Boys' Club.
BETSY GARAWAY-Senior Commencement, P.T.A., Social Welfare
Committees, 4N Club, Library Clerk.
ROBERT GAUFF-Boys' Club, Third Team Football, Audio Visual,
ERIK GIESE-Roll President, Junior Prom, Senior Gift Committees,
Ski Team, Vice-President, Ski Club, Sophomore, Junior Class
BARBARA JANE GILBERT-Associate Copy Editor, Fall Messenger,
Cabinet, Athletic Manager, "G" Club, Roll President, Funfest,
Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Quill and Scroll.
MARIE GILLUM-Junior Prom Decoration, Senior Commencement,
Braunschweig, Usher, Minute Committees, Pep, Y.F.C. Clubs.
LESLIE GINGRICH--Roll President, Banker.
BOB GINSBERG-Roll President, Secretary, Senior Skate Committee,
Second, Third Team Basketball.
FRED GINTHER-Radio, Auto, 4N Clubs.
REMEMBER US SANTA?
DOROTHY GOLDEN-Roll Banker, Health Committee.
SUE GOLUB-Roll Officer, Funfest, Senior Play, Senior Skate,
Standards, P.T.A., Friendship Committees.
CAROLE GOODWIN-Girls' Club, Advanced Choir, Standards, Red
STANLEY GOONG-Gold Seal, Cathay Club.
IRENE GOSSETT-Girls' Club, Operetta, Advanced Choir, Mid-
Winter Concert, Senior Cap and Gown, P.T.A., Campus Com-
LORRAINE GOSSETT-Roll Banker, Choraleers, Mid-Wnter Concert,
Red Cross, Campus Committees.
GLADYS GRATTON-Girls' Club.
ANN GRAY-Senior, Junior Plays, Operetta, Girls' Club Com-
LOUIS GRAY-Boys' Club, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y, Basketroom
JAMES GREENE-Transferred from Gibbons High, Paris, Texas.
HELENA GREENWOOD-Girls' Club Representative, Usher, Make-
Up Committees, Pep Club, Junior Achievement.
CHARLES GULLEY-Sophomore, Senior Class Representative, Var-
sity Basketboll, 4N Club.
DIG THAT CRAZY POSE!"
SONYA HABIB-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Operetta, Advanced
Choir, Honor Society Representative, Scrapbook Committee.
VIC HALELA-Boys' Club, Senior Brunch Committee, Junior Class
Representative, Second Team Track.
FELTON HALL-Senior Class Representative, Third Team Football,
AMELIA HALL-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Funfest, Senior Brunch, Student
Council Finance Committees, Honor Society Eligibility Chairman,
Vice-President, 4N Club.
MARGARET HALL-President, Girls' Club, Assistant Editor, Spring
Pen, Student Council, Purple Paw, Advisory Board, Cabinet.
ROBERT HALVERSON-Transferred from Winona High, Winona,
Minnesota, Boys' Club, Forestry Convention.
ELLEN HANSEN-Roll Officer, Senior Class, Girls' Club Committees,
SUZANNE HARA-Messenger Staff, Roll Officer, Operetta, Ad-
vanced Choir, Senior Class, Girls' Club Committees, Honor
ALLEN HARADER-Co-Editor, l958 Arrow, Gold Seal, Student
Council, Bulldog Club, Quill and Scroll, Senior Gift Committee,
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TOM HARADER-President, Boys' Club, Gold Seal, Student Council,
Bulldog Club, Senior Play, Varsity Football, Color Guard.
JOE HARDY-Roll Officer, Funfest, Junior Skate Party, Junior Class
Representative, Audio Visual.
ISAIAH HARRIS-Senior Play, Track, Art Club.
MIKE HARVEY-Gold Seal, Student Council, President, Bulldog
Club, Inter-Club Council, Roll Officer, Senior Prom Committee.
JUDY HASELWOOD-Senior Class Representative, Gazette, Student
Council Committees, President, Junior Achievement, Pep Club.
JANICE HAYASHI-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Girls' Club Com-
mittees, Honor Society Representative, Pep Club.
MARIANNE HAYDEN-Girls' Club, Red Cross Committee, Spades.
WANDA HAYNES-Girls' Club, Funfest, Junior, Senior Plays,
Senior Prom Committee, Honor Society, Pep Club.
WINONA HAYNES--Roll President, Funfest, Co-Chairman, Senior
Announcement, Activity Card, Braunschweig Committees.
JOE HENDERSON-Messenger Staff, Roll Officer, Second, Third
Team Sports, Varsity Basketball.
BILL HENRY-Mid-Winter Concert, Band, Intramural Basketball,
Math Club, Hi-Y.
RENATE HERBST-Senior Play, Exchange, Senior Fund Raising
Committees, Art, Ski Clubs, Private Exchange Student from
COURTNEY HIGHTOWER-Yell Leader, Funfest, Boys' Club Com-
ANNIE HILTON-Girls' Club, Advanced Choir, Red Cross Com-
MARGIE HILLESTAD-Messenger Staff, Lost and Found Committee,
Spade, Shorthand, Pep Clubs.
MELVIN HING-Boys' Club.
BETTY HIROO-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Funfest, Girls' Club,
Senior Class Committee.
CHUCK HOWARD-Roll Officer, Funfest, Senior Class Committee,
Second, Third Team Football, Honor Society.
BETTY JEAN HUGHES-Junior Class Representative, Senior Cap
and Gown, Usher, Health, Make-Up Committees.
JACKIE HUGHES-Roll President, Secretary, Senior Commencement,
Scrapbook Committees, Pep Club, Basketroom Attendant.
ARDIS HUNTER--Roll Secretary, Funfest, Senior Publicity Commit-
tee, Varsity Football, Baseball, Basketball, Lettermen's Club.
HEROKO ICHIKAWA-Gold Seal, Artist, 1958 Arrow, Quill and
Scroll, Nonnette, Girls' Club Committees, President, Art Club,
BONNIE ISRAEL-Roll Banker, Funfest, Standards, P.T.A., Usher
BOB JACKSON-Boys' Club, Band, 4N Club, Hi-Y.
HARRY JACKSON-Roll Officer, Senior Class Committee, Second
LYNN JAFFEE-Circulation and Exchange Editor, Fall Messenger,
Roll Officer, Funfest, Operetta, Advanced Choir, Senior Skate,
ELLEREE JENKINS-Girls', 4N Clubs.
BETTY JESSUP-Transferred from Queen Anne High, Seattle,
Bulletin, Gazette, P.T.A. Committees, Girls' Club Representative.
LAURIE JOHNSON-Managing Editor, Spring Messenger, Gold
Seal, Student Council, Quill and Scroll, Purple Paw, Choraleers,
Co-Chairman, Senior Night Committee.
CLIFF .IONES--Senior Class Committee, Varsity Track, Usher Squad.
IRA ALAN KADISH-Roll Officer, Funfest, Senior Prom, Automobile
Committees, Second Team Track, Third Team Football, Honor
CYNTHIA KAN-Gold Seal, Vice-President, Junior Class, Feature
Page Editor, Spring Messenger, Quill and Scroll, Advisory
Board, Choraleers, Secretary, Cathay Club.
JOANNE KANAYA-Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Red Cross, Health,
Fine Arts Committees, 4N Club.
MYRA KARP-Senior Brunch, P.Q., Social Welfare Committees,
Study Hall Clerk.
GRACE KASE-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Business Manager, 1958
Arrow, Quill and Scroll, Cabinet, Senior Typing Committee,
Chairman, Student Council Activity Record Committee.
TOM KAWAHARA-Senior Publicity Committee, Honor Society,
MARY LOUISE KELLY-Senior Commencement, Lost and Found,
ALVIN KSNDRICK-Senior Class Committee, Third Team Sports,
Foreman, Gas Engines.
MAY KIHARA-Gold Seal, Student Council, Purple Paw, Advisory
Board, Corresponding Secretary, Inter-High Council, President,
KAY KIMBER-Senior Commencement, Social Welfare, Usher,
Brauunschweig Committees, Secretary, Y,F.C., 4N Clubs.
MARTHA KlNCAlD-Co-Editor, 1958 Arrow, Songster, Gold Seal,
Student Council, Purple Paw, Production Editor, 1957 Arrow,
Quill and Scroll.
JANET KOBATA-Funfest, Senior Courtesy, Nurse's, Red Cross
Committees, Honor Society, 4N, "G" Clubs.
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ELINOR KOSOKOFF-Messenger Staff, Roll Officer, Funfest, Ga-
zette, Minute, Traffic Safety, Senior Skate Committees.
RICHARD KOYAMA-Gold Seal, Layout Technician, 1957 Arrow,
Quill and Scroll, Roll President, Junior Commencement, Senior
Cap and Gown Committees, Sophomore Representative.
JAN KUDO-Songster, Copy Editor, 1958 Arrow, Messenger Staff,
Roll Secretary, Junior Prom, Senior Prom Committees, Secretary,
ROBERT LaBOW-Treasurer, Sophomore Class, Advisory Board,
Junior Skate, Senior Night Committees, Varsity Football, Honor
GEORGIAN LAFFELL-Messenger Staff, Funfest, Senior, Junior Plays.
GEORGIA LAMB-Roll Officer, Senior Questionnaire, Girls' Club
Committees, Advanced Choir, Operetta, Junior Representative,
RON LAWRENCE-Bulldog Club, Senior Announcement Committee,
Third Team Football, Hi-Y, 4N Club, Bookroom.
DOMINGO LAZO-Boys', 4N Clubs.
PAULINE LEE-Gold Seal, Funfest, Senior Typing Committee, "G",
Cathay, Radio Club.
VICTOR LEIF-lnter-Club Council, Manager, Basketball, President,
Spades, All-City Spades, Band Manager.
JUDY LEONG-Gold Seal, Vice-President, Student Council, Purple
Paw, Secretary, Sophomore, Junior Classes, Typist, 1957 Arrow,
Assistant Editor, Spring Messenger.
GARY LEVIAS-Gold Seal, Usher Squad, 4N Club, Honor Society
SUSAN LEWIS--Roll Officer, Funfest, Girls' Club Committees, Pep,
Ski Club, Secretary, Freshman Class.
DONNA LITTLEJOHN-Roll Officer, Gazette, Student Council, Ac-
tivity Card Committees, President, Pep Club.
BOB LOBODUK--Raaio Club.
MAXINE LOO-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Funfest, Senior Ques-
tionnaire, Student Council Activity Card Committees, 4N,
KATIE LOVE--Health, Lost and Found, Usher Committees, 4N Club.
COLUMBUS LOWE-Senior Representative, Varsity Football, Bas-
IVORY LUKE-Funfest, Senior Typing, Gazette Committees, 4N,
Shorthand Clubs, Senior Class Representative.
MARGUERITE LUKE-Gold Seal, Messenger Staff, Roll Officer,
Cabinet, Girls' Club Committees, "G" Club.
KENDY MacCOLL-Gold Seal, Pen Staff, Roll Banker, Band, Mid,
Winter Concert, Honor Society Eligibility Committee, 4N Club.
JOHN MACKLIN-Gold Seal, Advisory Board, Roll Banker, Senior
Night, Boys' Club Grounds Committees, Varsity Track, Second,
Third Team Football.
LYNDA MAEKAWA-Senior Personnel Editor, 1958 Arrow, All-City
Business Staff, Fall Messenger, Quill and Scroll, Student Council
Finance, Senior Commencement Committees, Co-Chairman, Junior
Prom, Honor Society Representative.
BARBARA MAESKE-Girls' Club, Roll Banker, Mid-Winter Concert,
Orchestra, All-City Orchestra, Sophomore, Junior Representative.
COME ON BULLDOG, GIMME A GROWL . .
SUE MAIMON-Assistant Ad Manager, Fall Messenger, Senior
Night, Girls' Club, Student Council Publicity Committees, 4N
Club, Study Hall Clerk.
EVELYNE MANNHALT-Girls' Club, Roll Secretary, Senior Fund
Raising, Friendship, Braunschweig Committees, "G" Club.
MARTHA MANNING-Funfest, Advanced Choir, Mid-Winter Con-
cert, Junior Skate Party, Senior Brunch, Social Welfare Com-
mittees, "G" Club.
PAUL MAR-Managing Editor, Fall Messenger, Gold Seal, Student
Council, Boys' Sports Editor, 1957 Arrow, Quill and Scroll, Co-
Chairman, Senior Gift, Student Council Public Relations Com-
ELIZABETH MARTIN-Exchange Student, Braunschweig, Gold Seal,
Funfest, Co'Chairman, Braunschweig Committee, Secretary, Art
Club, Band Secretary, President, Debate Team.
JENNY MASLEY-Feature Page Editor, Fall Messenger, Songster,
Gold Seal, Quill and Scroll, Funfest, Senior Night, Student
Council Handbook Committees.
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JUDY MASTEN-Girls' Club, Minute, Usher Committees.
BOB MASUMOTO-Boys', Sportsmen's Clubs.
GRETCHEN MATHERS-Exchange Editor, Fall Pen, Gold Seal,
Cabinet, Messenger Staff, Roll President, Chairman, 4N Social
RUTH MATSUMOTO-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Girls' Sports Editor,
'I957 Arrow, All-City Business Staff, Fall Messenger, Advisory
Board, Funfest, Co-Chairman, Senior Cap and Gown Committee.
CHARLES MAXWELL-Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Photog-
TIMOTHY McCAFFREY--Boys' Club, Hi-Y.
BILL MCGRAW-Advisory Board, Funfest, Senior Gift Committee,
Varsity Basketball, Track, All-City Badminton.
WILLIAM McIVER-Transferred from Kodiak, Alaska, Boys' Club,
JOE MCLOUGHLIN-Transferred from Seattle Prep, Boys' Club,
DUNCAN MCQUARRIE-Bulldog Club, Senior Night, Boys' Club
Auto Committees, Hi-Y, Funfest.
GENEVA MEDLOCK-Mid-Winter Concert, Health, Usher Commit-
tees, Art Club.
BETH MELVIN--Senior Typing, Usher, Scrapbook Committees,
Spades, "G" Club, Library Clerk, Junior Achievement.
MIMI MICHAELSON--Co-Copy Editor, Fall Pen, Gold Seal, Cabinet,
Funfest, Co-Chairman, Senior Fund Raising Committee, Co-Chair-
man, Senior Dance, Assistant Copy Editor, Fall Messenger.
AKIHIKO MIHARA-Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Funfest Committee,
Stage Crew Manager, Senior Commencement Committee, Audio-
Visual Crew, Calculus Club.
JEAN MILLER-Copy Staff, Spring Pen, Roll Secretary, Funfest,
Junior, Senior Plays, Senior Prom, Girls' Club Committees.
JOHN MILLWARD-Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert, All-City Orchestra,
President, Y.F.C. Club, Student Council Public Relations Com-
WILLIE MINOR-Funfest, Senior Publicity Committee, Senior Class
Representative, Varsity Football, Baseball, Boys' Club.
FANNIE MITCHELL-Girls' Club.
MARY LYNN MITCHELL-Girls' Club, Senior Cap and Gown,
Friendship, Usher, Bulletin Committees.
OLA MAE MITCHELL-Gold Seal, Health, Usher, Lost and Found,
Nurse's Committees, Cabinet.
VERNICE MITCHELL-Messenger Staff, Business Staff, Fall Pen,
Athletic Manager, "G" Club, Roll Officer, Funfest, Mid-Winter
Concert, Senior Typing Committee.
KEI MORIYASU--Gold Sealy Roll President.
JOANN MORRISON--Gold Sealy Assistant Editor, Fall Messengery
Cabinety Roll Officery Funfesty Choraleersy Student Council
GAIL MUKAI-Gold Sealy Purple Pawy All-City Business Staff,
Manager, Spring Messengery Pen Statfy Advisory Boardy "G"
Cluby Co-Chairman Senior Cap and Gown Committee.
HIROSHI MYORAKU-Boys' Cluby Roll Taker.
MASAKO NAKAMURA-Gold Sealy Cabinety Nonnettey Operettay
Senior Questionnaire Committeey Honor Society Representativey
RICHARD NAKANO-Roll Officery Funfesty Operettay Orchestray
Senior Publicity Committeey Junior Class Representativey4N Club.
JOHN NAPIONTEK--Boys' Cluby Varsity Football, Tracky Senior
KAYE NELSON--President, Honor Societyy Gold Sealy Student Coun-
cily Copy Editor, Fall Messengery lnter-Club Councily Cabinety
Program Chairman, 4N Club.
DICK NAGAOKA--Boys' Cluby Senior Class Committeey Bandy Mid-
Winter Concert, Honor Societyy 4N Club.
CONNIE NEUKIRCH-Messenger Staffy Roll Officery Funfesty Oper-
ettay Choraleersy Senior Gift Committee,
JUDY NOCK-Girls' Club.
DENNIS NOMURA-Boys' Cluby Second Team Football, Baseball.
RiCHARD NOMURA-Gold Sealy Bulldog Cluby Treasurer, Senior
Classy Photographer, 1957 Arrowy Advisory Boardy Roll Officery
Second Team Sports.
ELLEN NUMOTO-Gold Sealy Student Council, Junior Commence-
ment, Co-Chairman Senior Courtesy Committeesy Messenger
Staffy Roll Officery Funfesl.
DICK OBAYASHI-Yell Kingy Gold Sealy Roll Officery Senior Playy
Co-Chairman, Junior Skate Partyy Senior Gift, Foreign Relations
JERRY O'FLOCK-Junior Skate, Senior Publicity, Building Commit-
mitleesy Varsity Golfy Intramural Basketbolly 4N Club.
MARGARETA OHRN-Roll Presidenty Senior Fund Raising, Campus,
Braunschweig Scrapbook Committeesy 4N, Pep Clubs.
KINUKO OIYE-Gold Sealy Treasurer, Purple Pawy Roll Treasurery
Cabinety Senior Publicity, Chairman, Student Council Handbook
GERALDINE OLIVER-Funfesty Library, Far East Clubs.
MARJORIE OMORI-Gold Sealy Purple Pawy Inter-Club Councily
Roll Officery Cabinety President, Radio Cluby Vice-President,
KATHY O'SHEA-Senior Announcement, G.C.O., Vocational, Student
Council Activity Card Committeesy Girls' Club Representativey
4N, Pep Clubs.
JULIANNE OTOSHI-Gold Seal, Treasurer, Student Council, Junior
Personnel Editor, 1957 Arrow, Assistant Page Four Editor, Fall
Messenger, Roll President, Co-Chairman, Senior Brunch, Chair-
man, Finance Committees.
SANFORD PALOY-Bulldog Club, Roll Officer, Senior Prom, Boys'
Club Committees, Sophomore, Junior Class Representatives,
MALINDA PANGBORN-Songster, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Copy
Editor, 1957 Arrow, Roll President, Music Co-Ordinator, 1958
Funfest, Chairman, P.T.A. Committee.
SONYA PAPEGAAY-Roll Officer, Red Cross, P.Q., Social Welfare
Committees, Library Clerk, Spade Club, Marcher.
DELORES PAUL-Girls' Club, Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert, Senior
Questionnaire, Usher Committees, Roll Officer, Study Hall Clerk.
AL PEASE-Senior Prom Committee, Third Team Football, Honor
ERNIE PETERSON-Pen Staff, Honor Society, 4N Club Representa-
tive, Roll President.
JUDI PHILLIPS-Transferred from Renton High, Renton, Washing-
ton, Roll Secretary, Girls' Club Committee.
MARJORIE POLZIN--Girls' Club, Social Welfare Committee.
l'M NOT ELVIS BUT . . . YELL
BARBARA PRINCE-Roll Secretary, Funfest, Senior Typing, Gazette
Committees, 4N, Shorthand Clubs.
ROBERT PROTTAS-Messenger Staff, Roll President, Banker, Senior
Courtesy Committee, 4N, Pep Clubs, Audio-Visual.
DAVID RADINSKY-Gold Seal, Bulldog Club, Roll Secretary, Co-
Chairman Senior Courtesy Committee, Secretary, Honor Society,
Third Team Football.
ALFONSO RAMAC-Boys', 4N Clubs.
PAT REEDY-Treasurer, Freshman Class, Roll Officer, Funfest, Senior
Play, Third Team Sports.
BETTIE RHODES-Roll President, Funfest, lost and Found, library,
Bulletin Board Committees, 4N Club.
BILLY RICE-Roll Officer, Funfest, Varsity Football, Basketball,
EUGENE RICE-Roll Officer, Senior Play, Band, Honor Society,
Second Team Baseball.
KATHERINE RICHARDSON-Funfest, Operetta, Chorus, Senior
Brunch, Usher, Lost and Found Committees.
LARRY ROGERS-Orchestra, Spring Concert.
LYNN RUMMENS-Transferred from Olympia High, Olympia, Wash-
ington, Senior Night, Campus Committees, Senior Class Repre-
sentative, 4N Club.
JANET SAKAMOTO-Gold Seal, Vice-President, Purple Paw,
Editor, Spring Messenger, Roll President, Funfest, Act Manager,
Senior Commencement Committee, Honor Society Representative.
BEAT THE DRUMS FOR GARFIELD
DIANE SALTMAN-Senior Commencement, Usher, Chairman Library
Committees, Junior, Senior Class Representative, Spade Club.
AMY SANBO-Song Queen, Pen Staff, Funfest, Operetta, Senior
Prom, Chairman Assembly Committees.
DON SCHINDLER-Gold Seal, Roll Officer, Senior Skate, Lunch-
room Committees, Second Team Baseball, B.C.O.
BERT SCHREIBER-Gold Seal, Funfest, Orchestra, Senior Courtesy
Committee, Roll Officer.
JULIET SCOTT-"G", Far East, 4N Clubs, Girls' Club Committees,
After School Sports.
ROSS SCOTT-Foreman, Photography, Track, Radio Club, Assistant
Foreman, Machine Shop, Audio Visual.
PAULA SEALEY-Roll Officer, Funfest, Art, P.T.A., Bulletin, Gazette,
LEIDA SEID-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Advisory Board, Cabinet,
Funfest, Senior Brunch Committee, Historian, Cathay Club.
SULA SEID-Gold Seal, Funfest, Junior Prom, Senior Brunch, Fine
Arts Committees, Honor Society, Cathay Club.
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IRENE SHAIN--First Vice-President, Girls' Club, Gold Seal, Student
Council, Purple Paw, Copy Editor, Spring Pen, Quill and Scroll,
JOEY SHAIN--Girls' Club, Roll President, Pen Staff, Co-Chairman,
Senior Skate, Stanlards Committees.
FRANCINE SHANK--Roll President, Senior Commencement, Gazette
Committees, Secretary, P.T.A. Bowling, 4N, Spades Clubs, Marcher.
STEVE SHERMAN-President, Student Council, Gold Seal, Bulldog
Club, Roll President, Funfest, Senior Play, Co-Chairman Junior
YOSHIO SHIMONO-Boys' Club, Basketroom Attendant, Math, 4N
VIC SHINODA-Roll Officer, Senior Publicity Committee, Varsity
Football, Second, Third Team Football, Baseball, Honor Society.
DARLENE SKINNER--Messenger Staff, Senior Courtesy, Lost and
Found Committees, Shorthand, Pep, Spades Clubs.
DIANE SMITH-Roll Secretary, Funfest, Operetta, Chorus, Senior
Night Committee, Shorthand, Pep, Spades Clubs.
JULIA SMITH--Girls' Club, Usher Committee, Mid-Winter Concert.
PAUL SMITH-Artist, Fall Pen, Art Chairman, Funfest, Set Designer,
Spring Senior Play, Vice-President, Art Club, Senior Class Repre-
sentative, i957 Scholastic Art Awards Representative.
CYNTHIA SPENCER-Songsler, Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Business
Manager, Fall Pen, Messenger Staff, Co-Chairman, Junior Prom,
Senior Gift Committee.
HARRIS SPRINCIN-Rall Officer, Second, Third Team Sports,
Senior Class Representative, Senior Prom Committee, Hi-Y.
JAMES STANDIFER-Roll President, Second Team Track, Varsity
EDDIE STERN-Junior, Senior Plays, Honor Society, Junior Achieve-
BARRY STEWART-Secretary-Treasurer, Boys' Club, Student Council,
Bulldog Club, Pen Staff, Senior Play, Chairman, Student Council
Committee, Tennis Team.
GEORGE STEVIIART-Roll Officer, Senior Fund Raising Committee,
4N, Hi-Y Club.
SAMUEL STILLS-Roll Officer, Senior Class Representative.
SUE STUDEBAKER-Gold Seal, Operetta, Nonnette, Mid-Winter
Concert, Girls' Club, Senior Typing, Student Council Committees.
JIRO SUGURO-Sports Editor, Messenger, Yell Leader, Gold Seal,
Vice-President, Bulldog Club, Vice-President, Senior Class, Roll
Officer, Varsity Tennis.
HARVEY TABACK-Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Honor
Society, Radio Club.
MARION TAGAWA-Junior Publicity, Fine Arts, Red Cross, Student
Council Finance Committees, Honor Society.
MIDORI TAKAHASHI-Roll Officer, Funfest, Library Committee,
"G", 4N Clubs, Audio-Visual.
BOB TAKEUCHI-Gold Seal, Senior Commencement Committee.
JUDITH TAMAKI-Gold Seal, Business Staff, Messenger, Roll Of-
ficer, Funfest, Girls' Club, Co-Chairman, Senior Questionnaire
Committee, 4N Club.
EMANUEL TAYLOR-Manager, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Sec-
ond Team Football. Track, Auto Club.
JOYCE TAYLOR-Funfest, Senior Brunch, Gazette, Make-Up, Usher
Committees, Girls' Club Representative, Maiorette.
RICHARD TEPPNER-Senior Night Committee, Second, Third Team
Basketball, 4N Club, Hi-Y.
STEPHEN THAL-Gold Seal, Co-Chairman, Junior Decoration, Co-
Chairman, Senior Prom Committees, Golf Team, Junior Class
LYNNE THOMAS-Roll Secretary, President, Funfest, Friendship,
Senior Night Committees, Honor Society, Senior Class Repre-
KATHLEEN TOMITA-Business Manager, Fall Messenger, Cabinet,
Roll President, Funfest, Co-Chairman, Senior Publicity Commit-
tee, Social Chairman, 4N Club, Publicity Editor, Pen.
ED THOMPSON-Roll President, Road Block Committee, Intramurals,
MELINDA TOWNSEND-Circulation and Exchange Editor, Fall
Messenger, Roll President, Funfest, Girls' Club, Senior Night
Committee, Study Hall Clerk, Senior Class Representative.
NICK TSIAKILOS-Second, Third Team Football, Track, Boys' Club
MARION TSUTSUMI-Gold Seal, Funfest, Operetta, Choraleers,
Junior Publicity, Senior Questionnaire, Social Welfare Com-
SUSUMU TSUTSUMI-Sports Staff, Fall Messenger, Co-Chairman,
Senior Gift Committee, Honor Society, Sophomore, Junior Class
TIM TUCKER-Gold Seal, Student Council, Business Manager, l957
Arrow, Advisory Board, Varsity Golf, Senior Night, All-City
P.T.A. Dance Committees.
ROSE MARIE VAN ZANT-Pen Staff, Funfest, Chorus, Nonnette,
Senior Cap and Gown Committee, President, Y.F.C. Club.
DIANE VERZOLA-Funfest, Operetta, Senior Fund Raising, Bulletin,
Vocational Committees, 4N, Pep Clubs.
DOLORES VERZOLA-Funfest, Junior Prom Decoration, Senior
Fund Raising, Bulletin, Make-Up, Usher Committees, Spades.
INESE VIKELIS-Choir, Senior Courtesy, Social Welfare Commit-
tees, Senior Representative, Spades, Art Club.
PEDRO VILLAMOR-Boys', 4N Clubs.
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BOB WADE-Roll President, Funfest, Chairman, Junior Commence-
ment, Senior Fund Raising Committees, Second Team Baseball,
President, Hi-Y, 4N Clubs.
BARBARA WALTON-Roll Secretary, Funfest, Junior Prom, Senior
Gift, Friendship, Gazette Committees.
ROSE WARD-Senior Courtesy Committee, Junior Representative,
JERRY WARSHAL-Roll Banker, Secretary, Senior Publicity Com-
mittee, Varsity Golf.
JAMES WASHINGTON-Roll Officer, Varsity Football, Basketball,
Baseball, Track, 4N Club.
JUDY WASHINGTON-Funfest, Senior Class, Friendship, Make-Up,
GERALDINE WATSON-Secretary, Purple Paw, Messenger Staff,
Girls' Club, Senior Brunch, Traffic Safety Committees, Honor
Society, Color Guard.
DALE WEBSTER-Boys' Club.
JAMES WEST--Senior Representative, Honor Society, Radio, 4N
CARLTON WILLIAMS--Left Garfield, November 21, l957.
IVAN WILLIAMS-Senior Representative, Second Team Track, Third
MARGIE WlLLlAMS-Funfest, Mid-Winter Concert, Senior Publicity,
Junior Prom Committees, "G", Debate Clubs.
GRAHAM WILLS--Operetta, Chorus, Mid-Winter Concert, Advanced
Choir, Double Quartet, 4N Club.
JAN WILSON-Transferred from David Douglas High, Portland,
Oregon, Girls' Club.
CHARLOTTE WINSTON-Roll President, Funfest, Senior Cap and
Gown, P.Q., Lunchroom Committees, Junior Representative,
JOHN WISDOM-Varsity Football, Boys' Club.
DORIS WOODY--Roll Officer, Senior Play, Girls' Club Committees,
BETTE WORON-Gold Seal, Cabinet, Messenger Staff, Roll Banker,
Funfest, Senior Night, Scrapbook Committees.
LYNN WYATT-Bulldog, Lettermen Clubs, Advisory Board, Varsity
Track, Second Team Football, Honor Society, Student Council.
NAOMI YAMAMOTO-Roll Secretary, Funfest, Senior Courtesy,
G.C.O., Health, Vocational Committees, "G" Club.
KAY YANAGIHARA-Gold Seal, Student Council, Purple Paw,
President, "G" Club, Cabinet, Senior Commencement, Nurse's
BETTY ENG-Photographer, 1958 Arrow, Girls' Club Representative,
Secretary-Treasurer, Camera Club, Cathay Club.
VIOLA YOUNG-Roll Banker, Secretary, Funfest, Mid-Winter Con-
cert, Senior Questionnaire, Bulletin Committees.
EMMA HARRIS-Senior Cap and Gown, Usher, Health, P.Q., Social
Welfare Committees, After School Sports.
RICHARD HINCKEL-Transferred from O'Dea High, Seattle, Boys'
ARLINE KING-Editor, Fall Pen, Gold Seal, Student Council, As-
sistant Circulation and Exchange Editor, Fall Messenger, Quill
and Scroll, Funfest, Senior Prom Committee.
SONNY MARTOS-Roll Banker, Funfest, Junior Prom, Senior
GAlL PICKERING-Gold Seal, Purple Paw, Cabinet, Messenger
Staff, Senior Announcement, Student Council, G.C.O. Com-
ROBERT RENDER-Funfest, Second, Third Team Football, Second
Team Baseball, Operetta, Senior Courtesy Committee, Roll
SPERRY RINEHART--Boys' Club.
MIDGE SINGER-Secretary, Girls' Club, Gold Seal, Cabinet, Ad-
visory Board, Purple Paw, Assistant Feature Editor, Messenger,
EDWIN YASUKAWA-Band, Junior, Senior Class Representative,
T.B. Health Committee, Hi-Y, Audio Visual.
PAULINE WOO--Gold Seal, Co-Chairman, Senior Announcement,
Junior Skate, Health Committees, Funfest, Honor Society,
HENRIETTA GETS A CHECK-UP
Row One: Sonya Habib, Julianne Otoshi, Nancy Arima, Liz Boulton
Joanne Chinn, Sandra Cordova.
Row Two: Donna Davenport, Victor Halela, Amelia Hall, Sue Hara
Judy Haselwood, Marguerite Luke.
Row Three: Martha Manning, Katherine Richardson, Leida Seid
Sula Seid, Joyce Taylor, Geraldine Watson, George Del Rosario.
ANN 0UN CERIEN TS
Row One: Winona Hayes, Pauline Woo, Catherine Allen, Wiley
Row Two: Diane Brudevold, Betti Darnell, Bev Engeseth, Mike Harvey,
Allen, Carrie Brown.
Kendy McColl, Kay Nelson.
Row Three: Ken Culver, Kathy O'Shea, Al Pease, Gail Pickering,
Row One: Kinuko Oiye, Billie Dee Bobaire, Cynthia Kan, Kathleen
Tomita, JoAnn Morrison, Johnnie Griffen.
Row Two: Ed Villumson, Tom Kawahara, Jerry Warshal, Jerry O'Flock,
Willie Minor, Charles Gulley, Richard Nakano, Vic Shinoda.
Row One: Mimi Michaelson, Bob Wade, Ramona Anderson, Al Cole-
man, Carol Francke.
Row Two: Kenny Foy, Ann Griffin, Evelyn Mannhalt, Margo Ohrn,
Row Three: Betty Martin, Renate Herbst, George Stewart, Sonny Martos.
Raw One: Gretchen Mathers, Grase Kase, .loanne Kanaya, Pauline
Woo, lvory Luke.
Row Two: Beth Melvin, Vernice Mitchell, Barbara Prince, Sue
SENIIIR PROM T
Row One: Evelyn Freeman, Steve Thal, Christie Buschmann, Dave
Fukui, Lynn Calvo, Pam Campbell, Amy Sanbo.
Row Two: Lorita Delma, Wanda Haynes, lra Kadish, May Kihara,
Arline King, Jean Miller.
Row Three: Jan Kudo, Suzie Lewis, Al Pease, Pat Reedy, Mary Jane
Baetz, Harris Sprincin, Sanford Paloy.
CAP AND GOWN
Row One: Gail Mukai, Ruth Matsumoto, Karla Anderson, Joanne
Beranek, June Davis.
Row Two: Barbara Gilbert, Irene Gossett, Emma Harris, Joe Hender'
son, Betty Hughes.
Row Three: Richard Koyama, Charles Maxwell, Harvey Taback,
Charlotte Winston, Diane Brown.
Row One: Bonnie Jo Balagot, Theresa dela Cerna, Betty Hiroo,
Thurman Edmunson, Marie Gillum, Carrie Mae Brown.
Row Two: Ellen Hansen, Jackie Hughes, Mary Louise Kelly, Kay
Kimber, Judie Leong, Gloria Burton.
Row Three: Lynda Maekawa, Akihiko Mihara, Janet Sakamoto, Bob
Takeuchi, John O'Francia, Diane Saltman.
Row One: David Radinsky, Ellen Numoto, Carole Goodwin, Janet
Row Two: Robert Prottas, Robert Render, Bert Schreiber.
Row Three' Inese Vikeles, Rose Ward, Naomi Yamamoto.
Row One: Rochelle Blumenthal, Laurie Johnson, Harriet Buck, Brent Row One: Paul Mar, Susumu Tsutsumi, Bruce Cadwell, Sid Cutler,
Cook, Bob Davidson. Eric Giese.
Row Two: Betty Douglas, Chuck Howard, Robert La Bow, Sue Maimon, Row Two: Barbara Walton, Martha Kincaid, Malinda Pangborn,
Jenny Masley, Duncan McQuarrie.
Connie Neukirch, Dick Obayashi, Cynthia Spencer, Margaret Hall.
Row Three: Dick Teppner, Diane Smith, Lynne Thomas, Melinda
Townsend, Bette Woron, Lynn Rummens.
Row One: JoAnn Baba, Judith Tamaki, Cherky Chan
Row Two: Masako Nakamura, Delores Paul, Irene
g, Maxine Loo. Row One: Kenny Barrett, Bob Freeman, Bob Ginsberg, Shelton Chow.
Shain, Marion Row Two: Vicki Mix, Lynn Jaffe, Joey Shain, Elinor Kosokoff.
MRS. LUNDBERG, Advisor, SHINYA ICHIKAWA, President, KENNY GIDLOF, Vice-President
SHEILA WOO, Secretary, MAE MAR, Treasurer.
S THE YEAR CLOSED, the class of l959 looked forward to holding
the coveted position of seniors. Looking back, they saw a fun-
filled year of activities cmd study. The individual enthusiasm within each
iunior contributed to the profitable Junior Movie and successful Junior
Dance. Leadership of the iuniors was also seen in the results of Girls'
Club and Boys' Club work, productions, and sports events. With voca-
tional plans in mind, the class of '59 awaited their senior year.
MAU REEN DEMPSEY
IT HAPPENS TO THE
BEST OF US!
GEORGIA PEARL GOINS
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JO ILA RUBENFELD
DOLORES VAN ZANT
JEAN ANN WATSON
WHO SAYS CHEMISTRY
JUNIIDB DANCE CUMMITTEE
Left fo right: Shinyo lchikawa, Susanna Kihcro,
Row One: Gail Frcnzke, Sheila Woo, Moe Mor.
Row Two: Shinya lchikowa, Ken Gidlof, Charles
Left fo right: Sheila Woo, Elaine Hudesman, Chevy
Left to righh Mae Mor, Buz Humphrey, Lono Leder-
Left to right: Ray Raube, Barry Bryant, Ken Gidlof.
MR. HAYES, Advisor, VlRGlE GREEN, President, JOANN BOYER, Vice-President,
BOB O'BRlEN, Secretary, MIKE MacLEOD, Treasurer.
NTERING the strange halls of James A. for the first time was a
thrilling moment for the underclassmen. Their first year of high
school was a never-to-be-forgotten experience. Three years packed with
excitement and filled with fun were for you, the sophomores. As the
weeks passed, you became a part of Garfield and the Garfield way of
life. Next year, with a feeling of belonging, your participation in
assemblies, sports, and productions will increase. And that "sophomore"
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PEEK into room lOl revealed a cozy little set-up. All the
comforts of a home were there, including a blaring radio.
ln one crowded corner, a never-ending chess game was in prog-
ress. This could only be the Boys' Club office.
All boys automatically become Boys' Club members when
they enter Garfield. Officers are elected by the boys themselves.
Mr. Cribley, the advisor, kept this year's officers busy planning
and supervising club activities.
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OR INSTANCE, a Christmas party honoring the faculty was to
be planned, and various other committee proiects had to
The Advisory Board consisted of twelve capable boys to
enforce law and order around Garfield. When the Boys' Club
officers had their elections last spring, the 1957-58 A.B. members
were elected to their positions. To represent them on the Board,
GarfieId's voters looked for boys of outstanding character and
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Advisor President First Vice-President
JO ANN BABA JOANNE CHINN JOHNNIE GRIFFIN CYNTHIA KAN HELEN KIHARA
HE GARFIELD GIRLS' CLUB began their activities on the first day of school by welcoming the
new girls to Garfield. "Big Bow", theme of the Big cmd Little Sister Program, acquainted these
newcomers with Garfield. After the committee sign-ups in October, committees selected and carried
out monthly proiects. These committees, headed by a Cabinet member, gave the girls of all re-
ligions, races and creeds an opportunity to work together and to make new friends. Each month
a Cabinet member was chosen Chairman of the Month.
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EADERSHIP of the Girls' Club was exercised by the Advisory Board, the Cabinet, and the five
officers--President, First Vice-President, Second Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer-all
under the guidance of Miss Bell. The officers managed the club functions and set a good example
of personal conduct for other girls to follow. The Advisory Board enforced school regulations and
supervised many school activities. The Cabinet promoted proiects aimed to interest more girls in
Girls' Club work.
MARGUERITE LUKE GRETCHEN MATHERS OLA MAE MITCHELL JOANN MORRISON MASAKO NAKAMURA MARGE OMORI
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First Semester First Semester Second Semester Second Semester Secretary
BLACK AND ORANGE BAND, a friendly smile, and a familiar request-
"l'm sorry, but you are in the wrong seat, would you please move?"-
describes a Bulldog Club member. The Bulldog Club is an honorary service
organization of twenty upperclassmen. As Garfield's policemen, they not
only kept the lively Garfield students under control at football and basketball
games, but they also ushered at the Funfest and the Senior Play. Mr. Cribley
is the club's advisor.
First Row: Mike Harvey, Georges De Housse, Barry Stewart.
Second Row: Lynn Wyatt, Duncan MacQuarrie, Allen Harader, Sanford Paloy, Jiro Suguro, John De Bruyn.
Third Row: Ken Culver, Ronald Lawrence, Steve Sherman, Richard Nomura, Tom Harader, John Macklin, Dave Radinsky.
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Advisor President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
U LWAYS READY TO LEND A HELPING HAND" is the motto of the Purple
Paw, an honorary service organization for senior girls. Good scholar-
ship, pariicipation in activities, and a pleasing personality are qualifications
for membership. Proiects of the club included a Christmas party for the
children of the Seattle Child Hearing League, a fund-raising campaign for
the football team, and selling cow bells to promote school spirit for games.
The social highlight of the year was the Purple Paw slumber party.
Row One: Barbara Baker, Theresa delo Cerna, Gail Mukai, Laurie Johnson, lrene Shain, Evelyn Freeman
Barbara Cooper, Midge Singer, Margaret Hall, Joann Baba.
Row Two: Cynthia Kan, Joann Morrison, Leida Seid, Melinda Pangborn, Pam Campbell, Cynthia Spencer
Martha Kincaid, Mary Jane Baetz, Gail Pickering, Donna Davenport.
Row Three: Lorita Delma, Janet Sakamoto, Gerry Watson, Kinuko Oiye, Grace Kase, Marjorie Omori
May Kihara, Judie Leong, Ruthie Matsumoto, Keiko Yanagihara, Kay Stylianopoulos, Joanne Chinn
IIE T CUUNCIL
STEVE SHERMAN JUDIE LEONG DONNA DAVENPORT JULIANNE OTOSHI
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
HE STUDENT COUNCIL was composed of delegates from the school's maior
organizations, stage and literary productions, and the Student Council
officers lPresident, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurerl. lt met with
Mr. Tate, Miss Bell, and Mr. Cribley every Friday. To promote school spirit
and to foster good public relations with the community, the Council recom-
mended policies and regulations to control student participation in school
functions and government. This year a iuke box was installed in the lunch-
room through Council action. In January a successful "Teens for Polio" drive
was supervised by the Council.
ATTENTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS!
I TER-HIGH COU CII,
DAVE FUKUI GAIL FRANZKE TIM HANSEL MAY KIHARA
NCE EACH MONTH, representatives from the nine Seattle high schools ioined hands to form
one efficient body of officers and executives. The activities of this Council were planned
and carried out by the students themselves. Three committees were established to work on separate
proiects of the Council: Traffic and Safety, Law Enforcement, and Sportsmanship. Throughout the
year, the Council also held conferences on Leadership, Halloween Safety, and Traffic Safety. Gar-
fieId's representatives to this important link in city-wide student government were May Kihara lExecu-
tive Secretary of the Councill, Dave Fukui, Gail Franzke, and Tim Hansel.
NTEREST CLUBS, old and new, gave Garfield pupils of various likes an opportunity to participate
in activities of their choice. A council of the individual club representatives met with Mr. Tate
every Wednesday after school. The purpose of this Inter-Club Council was to create interest in
the member clubs and to co-ordinate their ioint functions. The Financial Proiects Committee car-
ried out proiects to raise funds for the use of member clubs. The Publicity Committee announced
Left to right: Gary Netz, Vice-President, Betty Eng,
Secretary, Paul Blacksten, President.
Left to right: Joyce Hoshino, Vice-President, Victor
R. Lef, All-City President, Yoshiko Nomura, Sec-
Left to right: Pam Campbell, Secretary-Treasurer,
Amelia Hall, Vice-President, May Kihara, President.
Lett to right: Betty Martin, Secretary, Barbara Corl-
son, Vice-President, Hiroko lchikawa, President.
Left to right: Jerry Ostrer, President, first semester,
James Henry West, President, second semester,
Charles Miller, Vice-President, Larry Lief, Secre-
tary, Dick Tanabe, Treasurer.
Left to right, Dick Hanson, President, Julie Plant,
Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Moffett, Vice-President.
Left to right: Bill Moffett, Secretary, Bob Wade,
President, Ray Raabe, Treasurer, Gene Grosz
JUN IOIl ACHIEVEMENT
left to right: Bill Diffenbocher, Bonnie Israel, Harriet
Buck, Judy Hcxselwood, Representatives.
Left to right: Gerald Ido, Dick Robertson, Secretary.
Left to right: Corolee Danz, Vice-President, Wanda
Left to right: Joanne Chinn, President, Virginia Chinn,
Secretary, Melinda Locke, Vic-President.
Left to right: Lloyd lnoyue, Al Maimon, Dick Robert-
FAB EAST CLUB
Left to right: Paul Smith, Vice-President, Molinda
MR. URWILER KAYE NELSON ANDRIS FALTENS DAVE RADINSKY
Advisor President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer
HE PURPOSE of the Honor Society was to provide recog-
nition of high scholarship, leadership, and fine character.
This group worked with Mr. Urwiler to give school service as
well as to achieve good grades. lt sponsored the CARE drive
to aid needy families in other countries and was the spark
behind various campaigns to help the student exchange
First Row: Theresa dela Cerna, Grace Kase, Nancy
Arima, Vera Chan, Cynthia Kan, Bonnie Jo Balagot,
Pam Campbell, Joanne Chinn, Betty Hiroo, JoAnn
Second Row: Barbara Baker, Lorita Delma, Esther De
Leon, Lynn Calvo, Hiroko lchikawa, Barbara Cooper,
Arline King, Sandra Cordova, Janice Hayashi.
Third Row: Joanne Beranek, Laurie Johnson, Martha Kin-
caid, Evelyn Freeman, Donna Davenport, Irene Shain,
MAAayWKilEra,-Sonya Habib, Amelia Hall. rr Vw- t
Fourth Row: Pete Eng, Erik Giese, George Dugan, Norm
Furukawa, Sidney Cutler, Tom Harader, Allen Harader,
Ken Aoki, Bob Freeman, Richard Koyama, Andris
Faltens, Gordon Chinn.
First Row: Akiko Kikuchi, Judy Gates, Joyce Hoshino,
Mary Hamada, Virginia Chinn, Evey Eastern, Ann
Dennen, Susanna Kihara.
Second Row: Beverly Freeman, Hazel Eng, Jo Ann Green,
Camille Duett, Elaine Hudesman, Shellie Funes, Gail
Franzke, Frances Kubo, Esther Benezra, Kay Esaki.
Third Row: Cathy Jordan, Fred Hoffman, Dick Hanson,
Dave Arai, Lynn Caldwell, Larry George, Charles
Dreiling, Chevy Dodd.
First Row: Jonathan Chinn, Judy Kawaguchi, Helene
Jaftee, Sue Barclay, Marcia Birch, Andrea Kaplan,
Gail Arshon, Joanne Arai.
Second Row: Jimmie Knowles, Virginia Crotut, Ann Hill,
Lynnette Albert, Francis Koyama, Hellen Chinn, Paul
Third Row: Barry Klatzker, John Collins, Judy Davis,
Charles Aronson, Fletcher Johnson, Davidson Dodd,
AMELIA HALL BILLIE DEE BOBAIRE CHUCK DREILING GOLD
Eligibility Chairman Program Chairman Publicity Chairman SEAL
N RECOGNITION of the twenty points that they earned for
hard work in the classroom and in extracurricular activities,
sophomore members wore purple emblems with a single white
bar. Eligible iuniors could add a second white bar to this
emblem. Seniors exchanged their bars for gold seals when
they had amassed a total of eighty-two points. To keep this
seal, they had to earn an additional thirty points during their
last year at Garfield.
First Row: Marguerite Luke, Elizabeth Martin, Bert
Schreiber, Dick Obayashi, JoAnn Morrison, Kay Yana-
gihara, Julianne Otoshi, Leido Seid, Maxine Loo,
Midge Singer, Kinuko Oiye.
Second Row: Marion Tsutsumi, Malinda Pangborn, Sue
Studebaker, Mariorie Omori, Jenny Masley, Ruth Mat-
sumoto, Ellen Numoto, Gall Mukai, Janet Sakamoto,
Third Row: Kei Moriyasu, Kendy MacCoII, Ola Mae
Mitchell, Lynn Calvo, Diane Saltman, Pauline Lee,
Bette Woron, Gail Pickering, Elizabeth Boulton, Kay
Fourth Row: David Radinsky, Gary Levias, Akihiko Mi-
hara, Paul Mar, Judy Leong, Lula Seid, Judith To-
maki, Masako Nakamura, Kaye Nelson, Pauline Woo.
Fifth Row: John DeBryn, Gretchen Mathers, John Mack-
lin, Dave Fukui, Steve Sherman, Tim Tucker, Steve
Thal, Jiro Sugura, Don Schindler.
First Row: Akico Tatsumi, Florence Mukai, Lana Leder-
man, Sandi Lax, Theldona Shingler, Sandra Nakatani,
Bette Luke, Irene Nakaa.
Second Row: Mike Levien, Gail MacColI, Judy Taylor,
Elaine Yoshida, Carol Wirta, Lindy Nichols, Robin
Woodward, Polly Stevens, Bill Schreiber.
Third Row: Yoshiko Nomura, Dick Robertson, Mike
Schwartz, Al Maimon, Phil Morrison, Herschel Lawson,
Fourth Row: Mae Mar, Dick Tanabe, Frank Tanaka, Bill
Moffett, Alfred Noriega, Ernie Nagai.
0N E BAR
First Row: Bruce Mendenhall, Hisako Moriguchi, Margie
Leong, Doris Yank, Deanna Sakamoto, Marcia Leven-
son, Sue Perry, Judy McKay, Jani Schenkar, Jean
Robinson, JoAnn Martin, June Oiye, Allen Wood.
Second Row: Toni Kaye, Judy Nakao, Mariorie Nitta,
Reiko Matsumoto, Jean Ueno, Mary Wittenberg, Mar-
lene Schneider, Jean Lowe, Tanya Mink, Elaine
Minato, Gloria Tomita, Kazuko Yamashita, Carole '
Third Row: Richard Takeuchi, Jack Tsuiihara, Mike Mac- ,
Leod, James Pinkham, Frank Meyer, Rae Shahon,
Miriam Radinsky, Pat Schindler, Jim Ogilvy, Ed Tooley. I
Fourth Row: Larry Mar, Ray Marr, Doug Patterson, Regi- X
nald Neubeck, Peter Peternouschek, Steve Sander, '
Davld York, Ricky Nagel, David Moffett, Bill Schwartz, I
COL0ll G ARD
HE BOYS' AND GIRLS' COLOR GUARDS, composed of student leaders, opened
every Garfield assembly.
To be a member of the Color Guards was to hold a position of honor. The
Stars and Stripes had to be presented, saluted, and posted with reverence and
dignity. This the Color Guards did with military precision and smartness.
left to right: Paul Mar, Norm Furukawa, Bill, McGraw, Mike Harvey, Tom Harader.
Left to right: Grace Kase, Janice Healey, Laurie Johnson, Sheila Woo, Geraldine Watson.
EV ELYN FREEMAN
HE HIGHEST HONOR bestowed upon a girl at Garfield is election to
Radiance Roll. Each girl has anropportunity to make her choice
for membership on the Roll by nominating three girls who have inspired
her the most. Friendliness, leadership, and school service characterize
On the fateful day, the auditorium was quiet as the special Radiance
Roll assembly began. The honored few made their way to the stage,
and a feeling of pride deepened within them. To remember this eventful
day in her life,'each girl was given a corsage and, as a special keepsake,
a little booklet announcing the Radiance Roll.
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U OMINATIONS are now in order for Roll President." This fa-
miliar announcement began a semester of work for the
roll officers, who provided the important link between the student-
at-large and the clubs and organizations around school. At weekly
meetings, these Presidents announced coming events and led dis-
cussions of school-wide problems. Was student conduct at'llhe
games giving the public a good impression ofthe Garfield student.
i First Row: Jean Lowe, Janice Healey, Francine
1 Shank, Esther Scharhon, Gail Franzke, Cynthia
Kun, Julianne Otoshi, Midge Singer, Aurelie
Chinn, Joey Shain, Barbara Baker, Chevy Dodd.
Second Row: Bea Hardy, Jo Ann Boyer, Marcia
Levinson, Jackie Hughes, Kenny Gidlof, Gene
Grosz, Bill French, Lynn Jaffee, Dorothy
Tagawa, April Eng, Richard Nomura.
Third Row: George M. Dugan, Darryl DeGregg,
Virgie Green, Lynnette Albert, Kei Moriyasu,
Vic Shinoda, Diane Brudevold, Winona
Haynes, Mae Mar, Jean Ueno, Tim Hansel.
Fourth Row: Beverly Freeman, Jackie Newsom,
Joe Hardy, Chuck Howard, Joe Henderson,
Paul Freeman, Dave Ellis, Jim Ogilvy, Charles
Gulley, Barry Klatzker, Don Schindler.
First Row: Elliot Friedman, Shellie Funes, Mer-
rily McManus, Sue Perry, Ruth Constantine,
Margaret Bovingdon, Margy Shain, Marcia
Keifer, Nancy Christenson, Gini Anderson,
Second Raw: Mariorie Omori, Marguerite Luke,
Joyce Hoshino, Sally Foss, Mary Skoeilic,
Diane Saltman, Barbara Knisley, Elaine Hudes-
man, Sue Viereck, Ruth Matsumoto, Billie Dee
Third Row: Jan Kudo, Midori Takahashi, Jo Ann
Green, Phyllis Young, Sharon Pass, Joyce
Hiraoka, Wiley Allen, Lillie Mae Williams,
Charles Dreiling, Al Maimon, Charles Harris.
Fourth Row: Susan Lewis, Gretchen Mathers,
Katherine Davis, Hazel Eng, Raymond Clark,
Richard Bailey, Charles Gulley, Samuel Stills,
First Row: Hisako Moriguchi, Marie Rose White,
Evelyn Gray, Frances Lawson, Patricia Moor-
man, Sandi Lax, Sharon Brashen, Bettie Luke,
Ellen Numoto, Jeanette Turner.
Second Row: Irene Shain, Robin Woodward,
Emanuel J. Taylor, Mary Barber, Maxine Ervin,
Marlene Calderon, Harumi Koyama, Marion
lwago, Norma Friese, Sonia Papegaay, Elaine
Third Row: Eddie Rye, Fred Radford, Chuck
Sprincin, Dave Moffett, Tim Tucker, Ulysses
Whitehead, Tom Howard, Joanne Kanaya,
SPBI G BIILL FFICER
body? What rules governed the holding of roll room Christmas
parties? The answers to these questions and many others came out
of the Monday morning sessions. When the Presidents' meeting had
ended, they reported all the happenings at these meetings to their
roll rooms, and led the discussion of problems and coming events.
The roll secretary checked attendance every morning and took
minutes of the classroom meetings. On Tuesday, the roll banker
carried out the school savings program.
First Row: Bettie Luke, Sandra Nakatani, Ger-
aldine Watson, Gwen Bauldin, Wilma Clagg,
Paula Sealey, Joan Green, Jim Knowles.
Second Row: Al Maimon, Bruce Mendenhall,
Kazuko Yamashita, Jean Ueno, Reiko Matsu-
moto, Carroll Collins, Lindy Nichols, Harold
Fourth Row: Dick Hanson, Bill Moffett, Morris
Mulal, Duncan McQuarrie, Barry Stewart,
Wayne Foley, Frank Tanaka.
First Row: Billie Dee Babaire, Jo Ann Manning,
Diane Verzola, Ramona Anderson, Lola Dover,
Norma Friese, Margie Leong, Ja Ann Baba.
Second Row: Lana Lederman, Carole Sugiuama,
Marcy Bergh, Jan Healey, Diane Saltman,
Gini Anderson, Virginia Chinn.
Third Row: Irene Shain, Dora Knox, Barbara
Miller, Pat Graham, Mary Barber, Johnnie
Griffin, Dorothy Tagawa, Janice Hing.
Fourth Row: Betty Martin, Charles Aronson,
Felton Hall, Ken Copher, Howard Coe, Frank
Bryant, Marcia Keifer.
First Row: Marlene Schneiker, Judy Carp, Arlene
Nishimoto, Renee Capeloto, Sharon Rose, Bella
Benveniste, Sue Barclay, Loretta Harris, Mar-
lene Calderon, Hisako Moriguchi.
Second Row: June Davis, Joey Rubenteld, Elaine
Hudesman, Cathy Jordan, Carol Wirta, Ann
Miller, Joanne Kanaya, Melodie Bennett,
Carolee Hanson, Doris Yook.
Third Row: Jack Tsuiihara, Glenda Howell, Eddie
Rye, Jerry Warshal, lrving Treiger, Ernie
Alexander, Charles Schaifer, Karla Anderson,
Fourth Row: Dave Moffett, Joseph Smith, Fred
Kikuchi, Melvin Lillie, Lynn Wyatt, Charles
Carter, Eugene Kano, John Halgren, Richard
ITH A FULL CARGO of Garfield pr
ide and school spirit, the literary a
nd stage productions
sailed smoothly along.
ILL and SCIHILL
ORK ABOVE AND beyond the call of duty on Messenger, Arrow, and
Pen was rewarded by membership in Quill and Scroll. Each semester
outstanding students on Garfield's literary staffs were chosen to belong to
this international organization for Iournalism honor students. Members proudly
wore their gold pins in recognition of their hard work and extra hours spent in
editing, drawing layouts, writing copy, preparing art work, and taking pho-
tographs. This select group was advised by Mr. Hazzard.
MARTHA Kl NCAID
ALLEN HARADER GERALD HARDCASTLE MARTHA KINCAID
Co-Edifor Advisor Co-Edifor
THE ARROW STAFF AT WORKI?l
ROMPTLY AT 2:10 every day of the week Room 213 was converted into a
closely-guarded workshop for the publication of this, the 1958 Arrow.
Each staff member rolled up his sleeves and set to work to produce the best
Arrow ever. But a new problem confronted the staff this year - the budget for
the book was reduced considerably. Pages were cut, layouts re-drawn, and plans
for the book were reviewed and revised, but these tasks only increased the deter-
mination of the staff to make Garfield's yearbook an outstanding one.
This year's crew had been selected the previous May by the 1957 workers,
and each recruit received information about the iob ahead of him from the student
who held his position on the '57 staff. When September rolled around, the two
co-editors, their assistants, and Mr. Hardcastle, the new advisor, took the first
steps to produce the annual. The co-editors worked out deadlines and copy
schedules, but their most important duty was to co-ordinate the efforts of the
individual staff members.
FRANK STULL BARRY BRYANT GRACE KASE
Boys' Sports Boys' Sports Business Manager
BARBARA BAKER CHEVY DODD SHEILA WOO
Productions Productions Girls' Sports
VIRGINIA CHINN HELEN KIHARA HIROKO ICHIKAWA
Typist Typist Artist
HE CREATIVE MIND and talented hand of the artist produced sketches which
portrayed the theme. lt was from these sketches that the art work for the
book was selected. There was an endless amount of copy to be written and proof-
read by the copy editors. They racked their brains to come up with word de-
scriptions of the activities. Original and attractive layouts were the contributions
of the productions and personnel editors. The darkroom was the happy hunting
ground for the sports editors as they searched for the glossy prints of Garfield's
athletes. Three dummies of the book were drawn up and re-drawn by the layout
technicians. Their constant companions were a drawing board, slide rule, and
layout sketches. They also mounted pictures to be sent to the engraver. The
photographers were always on the run, attempting to meet picture appointments
and to keep the picture-record of events throughout the year. The typists stayed
busy at the keyboards typing up the copy as it came in daily. The duties of the
Public Relations Manager were diversified. She was concerned not only with
financial matters, but also with writing bulletin notices and mimeographing as well.
The Arrow staff, having completed its task, presented the 1958 Arrow to the
student body for its approval on Purple and White Day, May, 1958.
BILL FRENCH JOHN MICHEL BETTY ENG
Layout Technician Layout Technician Photographer
SUSANNA KIHARA LINDA MAEKAWA DONALD CHINN
Junior Personnel Senior Personnel Photographer
JAN KUDO MAE MAR NORMAN MARTENSON
Copy Staff Copy Staff Photographer
MR. HAZZARD PAUL MAR LAURIE JOHNSON JENNY MASLEY JIRO SUGURO
Advisor Managing Editor Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor
LL ESSE GE
HE RENDEZVOUS for members of the school newspaper staff was room 209, equipped
with hot and cold running water, a private telephone, and a little red radio. Daily
during fourth period, the editor and advisor of the Messenger staff issued assignments
and made announcements and comments to the ambitious Gartield iournalists. This group,
advised by Mr. Hazzard, published the Messenger weekly.
First Row: Judie Leong,Janet Sakamoto,Julionne Otoshi, First Row: Cynthia Kan, Vera Chan, Maxine Loo.
Therese Delr' Cerner' -lonnn Morrison- Second Row: Harold Belmont, Bonnie Jo Bolagot, Jan
Second Row: Lynn Jaffe, Lynn Calvo, Elinor Kosokoff, Kudo.
Betty Jean Douglas, Gerry Watson, Sue Hara, Bette
Woron, Janice Hayashi, Connie Neukirch.
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Upper Lett, First Row: Pete Eng, Joe Henderson, Robert Upper Right, First Row: Arline King, Melinda Townsend.
Prottas. Second Row: Beverly Engeseth, Diane Brudevold, Margie
Second Row: Susumu Tsutsumi, Dave Radinsky, Shelton Hillestad, Darlene Skinner.
Chow' Lower Right, First Row: Johnnie Griffin, Sue Maimon,
Lower Lett, First Row: Sandra Cordova, Betty Hiroo, Ellen Numoto.
CYnlnlu Spenser, A'nY Tornlln- Second Row: Kaye Nelson, Barbara Gilbert, Gretchen
Second Row: Lynda Maekawa, Ruthie Matsumoto, Judith Mathers, Mimi Michaelson.
Tamaki, .lo Ann Baba, Gail Mukai.
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Advisor Managing Editor Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor
SPIII ESSE GER
The spring and fall staffs dispersed into four different groups, each heading one of
the four pages. Headlines concerning activities in and out of school and interviews with
well-known personalities appeared on the front page. Page Two featured editors, polls,
movie reviews and biographies of Garfield guys and gals.
Row One: Jeanette Meagher, Susanna Kihara, lrene Row One: Jo lla Rubenfeld, Christie Buschmann, Sheila
Nakao, Theresa dela Cerna. Vlloo, Arline King.
Row Two: Robin Woodward, Raymond Clark, Helen Ki- Row Two: Vera Chan, Peter Schneidereit, Bettie Luke.
hara, Elaine Hudesman, Arline Nishimoto, Sue Viereck,
Melinda Locke, Beverly Freeman.
Row One:: Joe Henderson, Dave Radinsky, Chuck Hinckel. Row One: Diane Brudevold, Darlene Skinner.
Row Two: Susumu Tsutsumi, Al Maimon. Row Two: Margie Hillestad, Billie Dee Bobaire, Julianne
Row One: Judith Tamaki, Judy Taylor, Evelyn Eastern, S I
Hazel Eng. Row One: Maureen Dempsey, Gretchen Mathers, Mimi
Row Two: Gail Mukai, Bonnie Jo Balagot, Sandra Naka- Mlchoelsonf Revele Bl5hoP-
tani, Sandra Cordova, Kay Esaki, Betty Hiroo. Row Two: Maxine Loo, Elinor Kosokoff, Ellen Numoto.
MISS DIXON LANA LEDERMAN ARLENE KING
Aclvisor Assistant Editor Editor
U ON'T BE a Rebel Without a Cause -- Write for the Pen,"
pleaded Oscar and the staff in one of their clever ads for
Penerama, the twentieth anniversary issue of the Pen. Twice a year
for two decades, the Pen has published the original poems, essays,
and short stories of Garfield's literary giants. To publish the Fall
issue, Room 214 became a studio. The producers, directors, and
stars ofthe Pen staff painted signs, iudged manuscripts, and planned
art work to make Penerama the best issue ever printed.
CHRISTIE BUSCHMANN CYNTHIA SPENCER GRETCHEN MATHERS JEAN BUCHANAN
Publicity Manager Business Manager Copy Editor Copy Editor
BUSINESS STAFF PUBLICITY STAFF CUPY STAFF
Row One: Elcine Hudesman, Camille Duett. Betty .lean Douglas, Amy Tomita Row One: Jean Miller, Josephine Shain
Row Two: Charles Harris, Vernice Mitchell. Row Two: Judy Carp, Kendy MGCCOII.
PRI G PE
MISS DIXON ELAINE HUDESMAN JUDY CARP
Advisor Co-Editor Co-Editor
HEN SPRING CAME, new writing talent bloomed all over the
school, and a fresh new Pen staff had to cope with it.
Once again the call went out for manuscripts, and those turned in
were iudged on the basis of originality, sincerity, and significance,
with Miss Dixon keeping a trained eye on all proceedings. The
distribution of the Pen brought delight to Garfield's most talented
authors and poets. '
BETTY DOUGLAS CAMILLE DUETT VERNICE MITCHELL AMY TOMITA
Copy Editor Business Manager Head Typist Publicity Manager
BUSINESS STAFF PUIILICITY STAFF CUPY STAFF
STEVE THAL TANYA MINK JEAN LOWE BRUCE CAPLAN
ANN DENNEN MARY JANE BAETZ ROSE MARlE VAN ZANT
BEVERLY FREEMAN BOBBIE MELTZER SUSIE BELL
NDER THE BATON of their new director, Mr.
supplied the music for the Funfest revue,
Mid-Winter Concert, "Moments in Music," and
might have been "Practice makes perfect" as
result was a skilled, co-ordinated, and talented
Carlton Smith, the orchestra
'Magazines Imaginary," the
the Operetta. Their motto
they rehearsed daily. The
group of musicians.
The orchestra visited various elementary schools in the Garfield district
to give short concerts. The purpose of these visits was to promote interest in
One: Bradley Gong, Ken Aoki, Carlos Vx'ard, Bonnie Brodine.
Two: Morris Mutal, Judy Gates, Doug Jue, Fred Kichuchi,.lerry lda, Ken Copher, George Beppu
One: Richard Nakano, Frank Ferrell, Bill Schreiber, Margaret Eovingdon.
Two: Gail MacColl, Malinda Pungborn, Jean Ueno, Lady Hubbard, Vicky Slootsky-
Three: Margie Leong, John Millward, Selina Martinez, Jan Mar.
U ORWARD! MARCH!" Clad in sharp purple and whiie uniforms, the Gar-
field band marched all the way to an Honorable Mention in the
annual Santa Claus Parade. This was a fitting reward for the hard-working
band and their new director, Carlton Smith.
This band of renown also backed the growling Bulldog spirit at games
and pep assemblies. Half-time participation at the football games gave the
band a chance to display precision marching and clever stunts and skits.
Row One: Carlos Ward, Lynn Caldwell, Bradley Gong, Juan Bennett, Tom Howard,
Roger Croshaw, Christine Lind, Thomas Tobin, John Napiontek, Lafayette
Row Two: Robin Phillips, Bob Silverton, Mike Macleod, Gary Auld, Nathan Johnson,
Clifford Andrews, Bill Barr, Judy Gates, Walter Bachman, Fred Rollins, Charles
Schaefer, Don Smith.
Row Three: Dick Heil, Steve Alarie, Judy Dons, Fletcher Johnson, Clyde Haydel,
Doug Robinson, Bob Bamberg, lorry Smith, David Holt, Bud laetz, Ed Tooley,
David Tucker, Gerald Ida, Dennis Storie.
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First Row: Pat Moorman, Lorraine Gossett, Rose First Row: Amy Sanbo, Lola Dover, Lorita Delma, Josephine Wayne, Cynthia Kan,
Marie Van Zant, Marion Tsutsumi, Vera Chan.
Second Row: Dolores Van Zant, Martha White, Second Row: Rose Marie Van Zant, Lorraine Gossett, Judy Trembley, Martha White,
Bonnie Manning. Laurie Johnson, Glenda Howell, Elizabeth Boulton, Connie Neukirch-
Third Row: Sue Studebaker, Virginia Colcock, Third Row: Herschel Lawson, Julian Hook, Richard Goff, Foster Brown, Donald J. Finch,
Glenda Howell. Thurman Edmunson.
TTIRED IN royal blue and white robes this year the Choraleers and Chorus im-
pressed Garfield's music fans who attended their concerts. When they ap-
peared in the Mid-Winter Concert, Operetta, assemblies, and community functions,
their beautifully-blended voices were evidence of hours of practice. The Nonnette,
a select group of nine accomplished girl singers, filled many private engagements.
Parker Cook, formerly one of Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians, directed both groups.
First Row: Janice E. Henry, Katherine Richardson, Catherine Allen, Carol Francke, Gloria Jean Burton, Irene Gossett, Dolores J. Verzola,
Diane Verzola, Annie Helton. N N in E A
Second Row: Estella Johnson, Judy Masten, Mitzi Ruby, Sandra Cordova, Suzanne Hara, Sonya Habib, Geraldine Watson, Fannie Mitchell,
Carrie Mae Brown, Sue Studebaker, Ginny Colcock, Barbara Knisley. K N
Third Row: Bonnie Manning,.,Wiley Allen, Louise Stultz, Judy. Taylor, Revo Lamb, Judy Trembley, Lorraine,,Gossett, Georgia Lamb, Dolores
Van Zant, Loutichia Rogers, Loucrechio-Rogers, Sandra Hescock. E . T QW.. ,q FHL
Fourth Row: Jeanne Johnson, lnese Vikelis, Jimmy Nicholson, Bruce Hoppman,-Jerry Carr,'kaw1'ence Ard,1Jr., Wate Phair, Herman Watson.
MR- TATE PAM CAMPBELL BRENT COOK
U AGAZINES lMAGINARY" was the theme of the I958 Funfest.
Each act portrayed an individual magazine and was spiced
with original dance routines, gay costumes and touches of humor and
elegance. Try-outs were held in January, but in the following months,
the busy performers worked hard to polish and perfect their numbers.
In March, a tingle of excitement and the common "stage fright" were
felt by each performer. The big moment came, and the show emerged
from the wings! The many rehearsals and practices really paid off.
SILAS JUE AND
THE FOUR DOTS
BETTY AND JUNE ENG
PAUL SMITH AND
LAURI E JOHNSON
Top Row: LOLLIE LEAVITT, Company Manager, TIM LEFFLER, Sheridan Whiteside, WANDA HAYNES,
Maggie Cutlery PAT REEDY, Burt Jeffersony CAROLEE DANZ, Lorraine Sheldon.
Bottom Row: PAUL SMITH, Dr. Bradley, GEORGIANN LAFFELL, Miss Preen, ANITA MERRILL, Harriet
Stanley, MELVIN LILLIE, Mr. Stanley, GINNY COLCOCK, Mrs. Stanley.
HE ASIAN FLU' epidemic hit the senior play cast this year. Even the leading man
was not spared and "The Man Who Came to Dinner" was delayed for several
Despite this set-back, the three-act character comedy by Moss Hart and George
S. Kaufman had great audience appeal.
When Sheridan Whiteside slipped and fell on a patch of ice on the doorsteps
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley, an hilarious comedy began. Sheridan made it
Upper Left: BILL HILLIARD, STEVE SHERMAN, TOM HARADER, DICK OBAYASHI.
Upper Right: PAUL OFFENHENDEN, NEIL POULSEN, PHIL SMITH.
Lower Lett: THANE MITCHELL, BARRY STEWART, EDDIE RELEFORD.
Lower Right: RAY RAABE, CHUCK DREILING, absent, WAYNE FOLEY.
Top Row: ROBIN THOMPSON, Richard Stanley, SALLY ORDELL, June Stanley, EUGENE RICE, Banjo,
BRENT COOK, Beverly Carlton, EDDIE STERN, Professor Metz.
Bottom Row: Al. COLEMAN, John, EVELYN FREEMAN, Sarah, JERRY MOLITOR, Sandy, JEAN MILLER,
Mrs. Dexter, JO ILA RUBENFELD, Mrs. McCutcheon.
possible for everyone concerned to live in a nightmare while he was supposedly
indisposed in a wheel chair. A rattled nurse, a vampish actress, an ambitious doctor
and an assortment of prison inmates were a few of the eccentrics who added
intrigue and humor to the outlandish plot.
Watching the plot untangle around the heads of these frustrated characters
provided side-splitting entertainment for Garfield's drama fans.
Upper Left: MR. STEELE-SHAW, Faculty Director.
Upper Right: Chorus: LORITA DELMA, GEORGES DeHOUSSE, AMY SANBO, RENATE HERBST, JOSEPHINE
WAYNE, EUGENE ALLEN, DOROTHY SKOTHEIM.
Lower Left: MARY JANE BAETZ, Business Manager, MIKE DRUXMAN, THELDONA SHINGLER, Assistant
Business Manager, ISAIAH HARRIS, PAUL SMITH, Scenic Design.
Lower Right, Properties: JEANETTE MEAGHER, SANDI LAX, PAULA SKOOG.
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HEN SANTA CLAUS came to town, the idea of giving was in everyone's thoughts. Gar-
field's music department gave a special present to the school - the Annual Mid-Winter
Under the direction of Mr. Parker Cook, the Choraleers, Advanced Choir, Sophomore Choir,
Nonette, and the International Trio sang selections from Fred Waring's arrangements of "I Be-
lieve," "Dry Bones," and "Night Before Christmas." A wide variety of selections followed,
such as the haunting spiritual, "Dark Water," and the lively Ukranian folk song, "Carol of the
Maestro Carlton Smith, with his sharp band and orchestra, filled the auditorium with
musical entertainment, putting the audience in a merry spirit for the holidays!
THE SOPHOMORE CHOIR
PBI G PLAY
MR. STEELE-SHAW .IEANETTE MEAGHER SALLY ORDELL
U Y SISTER EILEEN" was a light comedy centering around the misfortunes of two young girls
from Columbus, Ohio on the lookout for careers in New York City. lt starred Sally Ordell
as Ruth Sherwood and Jeannette Meagher in the title role. The disasters which struck these
two innocents as they tried to keep house in a cold-water basement flat in Greenwich Village
kept the audience in stitches from the opening curtain to the last bow. Coach Boitano made
a surprise guest appearance in the last act. Mr. Steele-Shaw, head of the Drama Department,
directed this hilarious farce, which, to his delight, was a financial as well as a dramatic success.
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ARFIELD'S zest for sporis is mirro
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JOHN BOITANO FORREST KEYES JOHN HINRICHS ERNIE DZURICK
Head Coach Coach Coach Coach
CHARLES MITCHELL WILLIE MINOR TIM HANSEL DAVE ARAI
All-City All-City All-Cify Honorable Menfion
DAVE MOSLER MIKE RILEY JIM WASHINGTON BILL RICE
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
ULYSSES WHITEHEAD TOM HARADER WILLIE DAVIS MEGUMI OKADA
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I9 Franklin 7
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All-City All-City All-City, Inspirational All-City, Inspirational
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AIL TO THE CHAMPS!
When the immortal "Swede" departed from Garfield and left his job to Mr. Boitano, sec-
ond team coach, many people wondered what lay ahead for the Bulldogs. The second team
took the city championship in '56, so the outlook was good, but again, this was another
year, a new season.
Two days before school started, the team started rattling their bones. Their dismal Jamboree
performance was no real indication of their ability, and the team proved it by beating West
Seattle 6 to O. Then came the Roosevelt battle, fought in the rain and mud, that ended in a O-O
dead ack. To tie the invincible Bulldogs was a moral victory for Roosevelt, but the team's peak
had not been reached, and harder practice was ordered by the coach. Sparks began to fly
again and Lincoln and Cleveland fell by easy scores, but our undefeated arch-rivals, the Frank-
lin Quakers, lay in waiting. Franklin thought Garfield would be an easy victory, but a first-play
fumble gave Garfield the ball. Ardis Hunter took to the air with a pass to Willie Minor, and
Garfield took the lead, 6-O. The rest of the game was iust one Bulldog triumph after another,
and when the game ended the scoreboard read l9-7. The following week Queen Anne went
Friday, November l5 was an awesome day for the Pups. lt was the coach's birthday, and
the Ballard Beavers were blocking the way to a bang-up party. The game was a thriller-diller,
but our team was hot enough to present the coach with a three-tiercl "cake": a 20-14 victory,
the City Championship, and a third-place berth in the AP poll of sportswriiers.
The City Championship automatically pitted Garfield against the fast, heavy Warriors of
Clover Park, rated first in the sfate. The Warriors were out in strength to exact revenge for
their loss to Ballard on the same occasion in T956, and Clover Park was picked to win. The
game was a deadlock right down to the last few minutes, when a short pass over right tackle
from Hunter to Mitchell gave Garfield a 6-O lead. The Warriors fought desperafely, but it was
too late for a Clover comeback. The hands of the clock moved toward zero, and the end of
the fourth quarter count-down found Boitano's Bulldogs victorious not only in the eyes of the
iubilant student body, but in the eyes of the whole state as well. The mythical but meaningful
state championship was ours.
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First Row: Doug Farrell, Bob Gibson, Jack Day, Emanuel Smith.
Second Row: Frank Stull, Bill Seraile, Ernie Nagai, Ron Ervin, Al Stuart
Third Row: Bill Hilliard, George Justin, Paul Layton, David Dillon.
SECDND TEAM THIRD TEAM
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Cleveland ..... ..... 4 3 3 0 Queen Anne .......
Queen Anne ......,.. ..... 3 3 0 Ballard ..........
Franklin ........ ..... 2 4 0 Lincoln ..............
Lincoln ............ . ..... 2 4 0 Cleveland ........ .
West Seattle ...,... ..... l 5 0 Franklin ............
West Seattle ........ .... 0 6 0
Front Row: Ron Bushnell, Ralph Redmond, Larry Smith, Jim St. John, Manuel Cowaling, Arthur Eastland, George Beppu,
Thomas Tobin, William Hampton, James Finckley, Jim Pinkham, Manager.
Second Row: Richard Takeuchi, Paul Kusakabe, Lee Bowman, Jan Mar, Glen Miles, Terry Acena, George Zeufeldt, Bill
Schwartz, Bob O'Brien, Frank Bryant, Fred Radford.
Third Row: Ray Ross, Bill Guenther, Jim Charles, Ed Johnson, Davidson Dodd, Bill Persitz, Steve Sander, Billy Bruce,
David McBurnie, Edgar Jones, Joe McCray.
Fourth Row: Ernie Dzurick, coach, Dennis Oliar, William Morris, Henry Wheeler, Donald Pumphrey, Burnell Bolden,
Julian Richardson, Dick Blanchet, Morris Mutal, Doug Downie, John Pangborn.
Not Pictured: Dave Benson, Ron Benton, Ambrose Chandler, Mike Kennedy, Everett Richey, Johnnie Smith, Bob Stokes,
BOB TATE RON PATNOE JOE HENDERSON CHARLES GULLEY
Head Coach Coach All-City
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38 Roosevelt 40
47 Lincoln 54
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GARFIELD-mm Io 43 Queen.Anne 33
Roosevelt-mm 10 52 Franklin 44
Ballard,-U-'W 74 West Seattle 43
Cleveland-mm 45 Roosevelt 37
Queen Anne.-nn 60 Ballard 52
Frcnknnm-mm 64 Oueen Anne 47
West Seattle 52 lmcoln 53
63 West Seattle 43
50 Cleveland 52
45 Franklin 39
31 Roosevelt 43
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HE COMBINED EFFORTS of Mr. Tate and his mighty Bulldogs brought Garfield
another outstanding season. Hard work and grim determination netted them
a second place in the city, an honor shared with Roosevelt.
Garfield started out the season by defeating Ballard. Losing the next game
to Lincoln, the defending State Champs, took the push out of the Pups, resulting in
a loss to Roosevelt. But forgetting these losses, the team won the rest of its games
in the first round by large margins.
ln the second round the Dogs started off with high hopes of a City League
championship. Of the games in this round they won their first three against Roosevelt,
Ballard, and Queen Anne. The fourth game of Round Two was probably the most
exciting game of the season. The Lynx beat the Bulldogs by one point in the last
few seconds of the game. The Teds also lost to Lincoln while Garfield lost to
Cleveland, thus ending the season in a tie for second place.
The Teds won the play-off at Seattle Pacific by a large margin. This loss denied
Garfield a berth in the state tournament.
GET OFF MY BACK! HUNTER LAUNCHES SPUTNIK Ill
Bob Tale, Coach, Buzz Humphrey, Tim Hansel, Roman Williams, Dave Arai, Tom Fair, Ron Palnoe, Coach
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7 5 Wesl Seallle ....... 7
6 6 Queen Anne ....... 5
4 8 Cleveland ........ 4
2 'IO Franklin ..,.. ., 2
2 'l0 Seallh ...,... 0
Front Row: Bob O'Brien, Al Williams, Dave Ellis, Alan Davenporf, Dennis Oliar, Tom Whitfield, Jim Ogilvy, Lawrence Mosler
Coy Moore, Ron Benlon, Ron Palnoe, Coach.
Second Row: Dennis Slorie, Bob Slokes, Paul Kusakabe, Billy Caldwell, Karlis Kraslen, Julian Richardson, Joe McCroy Odns
Raines, Warren Sakai, Ray Mar.
U ULLDOG SKI TEAMS VlCTORlOUS" has been a familiar headline on the sports
pages of Seattle newspapers for the last four years. This year, as in the
past three years, the Garfield Ski Teams have done an outstanding job in putting Gar-
field's name in the headlines. In 1958, the team members competed in various invi-
tational and open races and did well in all. The All-City meet, the main event of
the year, saw Garfield run off with all of the first trophies. Erik Giese placed first
in all four events. Dick Hanson, Bruce Cadwell, Frank Meyer, and Bill Moffett fol-
lowed closely behind to help accumulate the points which brought Garfield the title.
Garfield had 1,111.07 points, the nearest opponent, Mercer Island, had 985.11
points. On March 17, four Seattleites iDick Hanson, Erik Giese and Bruce Cadwell
from Garfieldl left for Winter Park, Colorado to compete in the National Junior
Four-Way Championships. There they were confronted with stiff competition. Gar-
field chalked up another successful ski season, but with the loss of two four-year men,
the picture for the next season is not clear.
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HE GARFIELD diamond dusters got off to a fair start at the beginning of the
They lost their first game to Roosevelt, but scored a 6-3 upset in the second
meeting against the same team.
Franklin, which took the championship, also beat the Garfield nine the first time,
but Garfield came back to score another maior upset of the year. The Quakers fell
7-0. During the rest of the season, Garfield had good times and bad, winding up
the season in second place.
With the retirement of Mr. Dzurick as head coach on the baseball coaching
staff, John Boitano took over the iob of coaching the new squad. The next season
looks very promising. Seven returning lettermen will go to bat for the Bulldogs.
VAIISITY GARFIELD OPPONENT SECONll TEAM
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Franklin ,..,,... ...... 'l 2 Queen Anne West Seattle ..,.,.,,,,..,. 8 2
GARFIELD ........ ...... 'l l Cleveland GARFIELD ....... ....... 7 4
Rooseveltu.. ..... ...... 9 West Seattle Roosevell'..-- ..,. .... . .. 6 3
Cleveland ....,.... ...... 8 Lincoln Queen Anne... ..... .. 6 3
Ballard ............. ...... 6 Roosevelt Lincoln ......... ...... 5 5
West Seattle ..,.,.., 6 Ballard Ballard ......... .,-... 4 6
Lincoln .,........... 2 Franklin Cleveland ....... ...... . 2 8
Queen Anne ..... 2 Queen Anne Franklin ....... ...... . 2 9
S011 ste-rs and Yell eaders
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E SEVEN peppy Songsters made their
debut on Purple and White Day,
l957. This event began a year of thrills,
chills, sweat, vigor, and fun: Faithfully
performing their duty of spurring Garfield's
football and basketball teams on to victory,
the girls became a trade-mark of the Gar-
field spirit. During basketball season sev-
eral new songs were introduced, such as
"Garfield High School", and "Pepper
"Lean to the left, lean to the right!"--
The yell leaders received a terrific response
from the student body when they called for
the Motion Yell. These five boys dedicated
themselves to the task of implanting the
Bulldog spirit in the heart, hands, and voice
of each Garfieldite.
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HE SEASON began with a cross-country
run to the Floating Bridge, the Ar-
boretum, and Sicks' Seattle Stadium. Eight
returning Iettermen and many promising
sophomores greeted Coach "Swede" Lind-
quist. The survivors of this ordeal made
up the I957 track squad.
Early in the Spring, the Pups entered the
Green Lake Marathon and Aaron Pascal
came in a close second. ln pre-season
meets, the Pups outdistanced Queen Anne
and Seattle Prep. In the dual meets ,they
won two and lost one.
In the Relay Carnival, Garfield came in
second, while their close rival, the Franklin
Quakers, won by a small margin. The big
event closing the season was the All-City
meet at the UW stadium on Purple and
White Day. Garfield's Bobby Saunders
played a big part in helping the Bulldogs
secure the second place title in the city.
This achievement assured the proud Pups
that the All-Sports trophy would be theirs
for the second successive year.
ON YOUR MARK! GET SET-!
Franklin .................... 38 Franklin .......
GARFIELD ,,,,,,,,, .,,,, 2 5 GARFIELD ....,... ..,..
Roosevell' ,..,,.A,.. ..... l 6 Roosevelt .....
Cleveland ...,..... ..... 'l 3 lincoln .........
7 Queen Anne
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HE GOLF TEAM, coached by Mr. Lattin, did
a superior iob of upholding the age-old
tradition of Garfield's leadership in sports. The
boys were edged out of the championship by
Lincoln, which had one of the best golf teams
in the country. lt was one of Garfield's two
losses, and the Pups placed second in the City
League. Six returning Iettermen greeted Mr.
Lattin in the spring and another winning team
took to the links.
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Lincoln ............... 7 0
GARFIELD .......... 5 2
Fran klin ............. 5 2
Roosevelt ........... 5 2
West Seatle ......, 3 4
Ballard .............. I 6
Cleveland ..,....... I 6
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ITH A QUARTET of returning lettermen
greeling Mr. Maxey at the beginning
of the season, the Bulldogs started out in high
spirits. At the end of the year, the Bulldog
racquet squad captured the city championship
without a loss. All-City stars Art Kono and
George Martin led the squad through match
afier match with fast footwork and hard drives.
The loss of four graduating seniors should have
weakened the team, but the Bulldogs proved
that their reserves were strong enough to give
them a winning team for two years in a row.
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NITIATIVE, WILLINGNESS, and co-opera-
tion were the elements which made up
the "G" Club of 1957-58. Under the care-
ful supervision of Miss Fujii, "G" Club ad-
visor, members spent many of their spare
hours producing and organizing activities:
iamboree marching, packing a Thanksgiv-
ing basket 'For a needy family, planning an
all-sports mixer lnew idea this yearl, and
presenting skits at assemblies.
These are iust the small ones!
Row One: June Davis, Maxine Loo, Janet Kobata, Bonnie Jo Balagot, Gail Mukai, Theresa dela Cerna, Ruth Matsumoto
Row Two: Wiley Allen, Fannie Manning, Beverly Bright, Cynthia Kan, Catherine Allen, Gloria Burton.
Row Three: Georgia Lamb, Geraldine Watson, Beverly Freeman, May Kihara, Judy Leong, Karla Anderson.
BONNIE JO BALAGOT JUNE DAVIS EVELYN FREEMAN
Secretary Historian Athletic Chairman
U 77 CLUB meetings were held the
first week of each month. The
officers and cabinet members carried out
ideas unanimously approved by the club.
One ofthe ideas was to award a "G" Club
bracelet. Each month a club member was
elected to wear a sterling silver bracelet
ornamented with a small medallion en- '
graved "G" Club. This -bracelet 'was
awarded to her for outstanding work. At
the end of the year the most outstanding
girl was awarded possession of the brace-
lei "fOr keeps-" KAY YANAGIHARA
Row One: Marion Tsutsumi, Akico Tatsumi, Naomi Yamamoto, Arlene Nishimoto, Florence Mukai, Janet Sakamoto, leida Seid,
Row Two: Ellen Numoto, Judith Tamaki, Barbara Gilbert, Vernice Veoria Mitchell, Midori Takahashi, Charlotte Winston, Kay
Yanagihara, Amy Tomita.
Row Three: Joanne Manning, Audrey Stone, Masako Nakamura, Betty Jean Douglas, Sheila Woo, Martha Manning, Beth Melvin,
Evelyn Mannhalt, Elaine Yoshida.
This is one of the many projects
"G" Club has undertaken.
Row One: Janet Kobata, Maxine Loo, Naomi Yamamoto.
Row Two: Judith Tamaki, Georgia Lamb, Vernice Mitchell, Beth Melvin
Absentees: June Davis, Charlotte Winston, Barbara Gilbert.
U IVE HUNDRED" was a magic number in the
girls' gym. Each Garfield lass had fun
earning the 500 points which enabled her to
receive a chevron, a letter, and a warm, official
welcome into the "G" Club. An additional 500
points entitled her to a second chevron.
After-school hikes to nearby business firms provided each Here's the pitch: girls as well as boys go to bat for the
girl with the opportunity to see how the other half, the All-American sport.
working half, lives.
The Y.W.C.A. may not be the English Channel, but our Skill, not height, was the decisive factor when our long
swimmers began to look like Florence Chadwicks before tall Sallies took to the court.
the year was over.
COME AND GET IT! JUST SIGN YOUR NAME . . .
HEN A TOTAL of three chevrons was earned,
a girl was on her way to a star. Those
ambitious girls who could rack up their fourth
500 points were awarded a star, the highest award
achieved by a "G" Club member.
For the girls who could spare the time, the bowling year Watch the birdie! Fast-moving, agile girls made bad-
was a striking success. minton quite a racquet-
Heads, hands, feel, arms, and legs - anything was legal Because almost every girl-sophomore, junior, or senior-
equipment to get the volleyball over the net. wanted to be a paddle pusher, ping-pong turn-outs were
held twice a week.
APTURED in ccmdids ore the fun-filled events fha
to our days at Garfield.
t added spice
Have Cl Heart! 5. Sorifo Songsler-l97Ol'?l
Here I Am, Girls! 6. Bulldogs on The Go
Sneak Preview 7. AHC: Boy, Boilcmol
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Honor Graduate Mary Lou Jonovich 4. You Can't Have Your
has attended Garfield High School Cake and Eat It Tool
by means of G prlvole tutor' 5. Sweet Smell of Success
Come, Let's Stroll 6. Not Even Make-up
Spray Net Does Such Can Help That Face!
Wonders for the Hair! 7. Troubles, Bunkie
FE T RES
Spring Has Sprung
Space Mon Zorro
Since When Has There
Been cz 7th Period Cluss??
"Goodnight, Mrs. Callobush,
Wherever You Are!"
Honoring Prince Valiant
and His Knighls
Garfield Spirits Also
Come In o Jug
You Stubborn -"!?8.S!"8.!
Oooopl And . . . Away We Go!
More Pose Thon Work!
STUDENT COMMITTEE FACULTY COMMITTEE
Row One: Lorita Delma, Barbara Baker, Laurie John- Row One: Mr. Tale, Miss Bell, Mr. Dzurick.
son, Sheila Woo.
Row Two: Tom Harader, Dave Arai, Mike Harvey, '
Sanford Paloy. '
EPRESENTATWES from the Garfield student body and faculty met with mem-
' bers of the Capitol Hill LionsfClub' on the' first Tuesday 'of every month
to plan and work on school and community functions. A program was' planned
to honor each Boy and Girl of the Month. The Lions also 'contributed to the
student exchange program and to the scholarship fund. All in all, the Lions'
roar backed many Garfield activities.
EN GARFIELD SENIORS rightfully claimed the title of Top Ten. They have
maintained the very highest scholastic records throughout their high school
careers. Each of these ten individuals will step out into the world to face some-
thing new and different. Here are GarfieId's intellectuals, along with their future
MAY KIHARA will attend the University of Washington. She plans to take
a pre-maior course . . . MARTHA KINCAID will enter the University of Washington
and major in Home Economics . . . RICHARD KOYAMA will maior in Engineering
and minor in Mathematics at the University of Washington . . . ELIZABETH MARTIN
plans to spend two years at Whitman and then transfer to a German University
. . . KEI MORIYASU will maior in Nuclear Physics, but his choice of school is still
a question mark . . . KAY NELSON will maior in Mahematics Education at the
University of Washington . . . MARJORIE OMORI will choose Research or Medicine
as a profession, so she will study Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics at the
University of Washington . . . .IULIANfNE OTOSHI will attend a business college
and become a secretary . . . MIDGE SINGER will attend the University of Wash-
ington and maior in Education . . . JUDITH TAMAKI will pre-maior at the Uni-
versity of Washington.
MAY KIHARA MARTHA KINCAID RICHARD KOYAMA ELIZABETH MARTIN KEI MORIYASU
CAYE NELSON MARJORIE OMORI JULIANNE OTOSHI MIDGE SINGER JUDITH TAMAKI
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HAROLD BELMONT JOE HENDERSON JOHN STANTON
SUE HALL BOB HANDLIN ROMAN WILLIAMS
G0l.ll ICEYS IN Sl,fll0l.AS'l'lC AIIT CUNTEST
BARBARA CARLSON JOE HENDERSON NORMAN MARTENSON
BETTY ENG JACKIE HUGHES TANYA MINK
Certificate of Merit,
National High School Photography Contest.
ANDRIS FALTENS and ELIZABETH MARTIN
Certificate of Merit for achievement in the
National Merit Scholarship Test.
rfield Student contributing most to the Seattle
International Relations Organization, 1957.
Second Place, Oral Interpretation
at Seattle Pacific College Forensic Tournament.
First Place, Oral Interpretation
at Seattle Pacific College Forensic Tournament.
Best Junior Achievement Annual Report in the Nation.
Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow, local.
First Place in Debate
at the College of Puget Sound Forensic Tournament.
Club, All-City Boy of the Month,
Eagle Scout Award.
Evergreen Girls' State Conference, 1958.
Evergreen Boys' State Conference, 1957.
First Place in After Dinner Speaking, and First Place
in Debate at College of Puget Sound
Outstanding Drama Student, 1957.
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