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NINTH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY l
Top Row, left to right-james Luthin, ,lack Zivnuska, Gregory Stout, Glen Alliger. l
Sixth Row-Bob Ogilvie, Leslie Bechaud, Betty Pugh, Helen XVolfenden, Maida Vfest, Muriel Pisaneg Mary
Thompson, Doris Stafford, Nadia Smith, Pauline Hoye, Betty Hawks, Irja Liljiquist, Agnes Larson,
Katherine Parsons. , 2
Fifth Row-Dorothy Cole, Lillian Laurence, Evelyn Gribben, Jane Anderson, Iris Straefer, Jeannette, XVells,
Dorothy Templeton, Helen Honore, Eleanor Dawson, Elizabeth Loveland, Etna Mae Allen,f Olive
Provis, Gertrude Bronstein. l
Fourth Row-Leonard Norton, Charles jones, Richard De Lancie, LeRoy Tufts, XVilliam Cook, Lynn
Hewitt, Philip Bissell, Harold McCarthy, YVilliam Holly, Julius Deubner, Steven Rogers, Danil Fish,
Albert Mowbray, John Parsons. I
Third Row-Margaret Johnson, Eleanor Mae Edson, Shirley Heppler, Marcia XVood, Marjorie Nasoxx,
Thora Harper, Laura Mary Fowle, Barbara Eames, Laurie Hawks, Mary Masters, Clara Lau eister,
- Betty jane Clark, Imogene Bolstad, Kathryn Krenz, XVinifred Mineard.
Second Row-Herwil Bryant, Henry Hefter, Jack Glavinovich, Warren W'eston, Bert Morris, Dallas
Smullins, Lewis Fairchild, Bill Lambert, Richard Ray, Addison Strong, Henry Reid, Bristol Bnodrick,
Charles Patterson, Dan Langford. l
First Row-Helen Foss, Martha Roletto, Roberta Shaw, Elsa Freitag, jean Birkland, Dorothy D vidson,
Juana Stuart, Elizabeth Bergman, Bernice Lucey, lla Lee Ainsworth, Roberta Hector, Cala Smalwood,
Marjorie Pennington, Vera Carlson, Edith Raftery.
Absent-Douglas Knight, Della Beatty, Donald St. john, Vfilliam Wfhipple, Dorothy Locke, Marjoric:Mason.
DEDICATED TO THE HONOR SOCIETY
Honor is an esteem due and paid to worthg honor is an excellence of charadter, a
nobleness of mind, honor is any special virtue much esteemed. Thus, I take it thlut the
members of this gathering have achieved things Worth whileg have borne an excellent
character in all their dealingsg have kept uppermost in their minds the noble thirhgs of
lifeg have shown superior virtues of sympathy, love, kindness, tact, helpfulness-virtues
that are ever much esteemed. However, honor is an elusive maiden-hard to mitch--
and as life goes on with added snares and pitfalls, harder to retain. And while she is
kind, she is an inexorable maiden, her path is not always rosy and leading throug easy
climbs. Her way is rugged and steep-sometimes thorny. Honor envieth not hlerself,
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Erlifor-in-Chief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JULIUS DEUBNER
Assixtantx . . OLIVE PROVIS, PHILIP BISSELL, ILA LEE AINSWORTI-I, JEANETTE BVELL, DALLAS SIHULLIN
Business Managvr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EDWIN SHERBURNE
Axxislanls . EDRTUND DooLEY, BRISTOL BRQDERICR, GREGORY STOUT, HoRAcE MACCAUGHEY, CARL SANDER,
Litrrary . . . . . . . . . . . U . J . . . . . . ELEANOR MAE EDSON
Assistants . . . . HENRX' REID, IMOGENE BOLSTAD, BETTY HAW'KS, EVELYN KNAPP, BILL VVHIPPLE,
Pm-fry ................... KATHRYN KREN2
Assistants . DOROTPIX' DAVIDSON, CLARESTE BOXVER, GERTRUDE BRONSTEIN, CALLA SIAALLNVOOD
News . ................ HERWIL BRYANT
zlssixtauts . . ALICE KELLY, OMER KRUSCHKE, ROBERTA SHAW, LEROY TUFTS, HENRY HEFTXER
Art . . ................ HAROLD GADE
Assishmtx DOROTPIX' LOCRE, JAMES WIELCH, BILL HENDRICRS, MIRl.NhI QUIGLIEY
Clnln . ............ LYNN HEWITT
Assistants RICHARD DE LANCIE, SHIRLEY HEITPLER
Atblctim . . BETTY PUGH, CHARLES ATTHOWE
Drrzmatirs .... JANE ANDERSON
Assistant . . BETTY JANE CLARK
Srouling Arliritivx LESLIE BECHAUD
Joke: . . . ..... BILL Coon
Assistants FRED LTDALL, ALBERT BTORGAN
Exrlaarigv . .... JACK ZIVNUSKA
Axxixlnnl . A ..... ROBERT -JUCH
Rrportrrx . . JACK XYIOCDVILLE, IWARCIA Woon
THAT LITTLE BLIND GOD
He is forever finding something to interest him in Garfield. This year has been no
exception. Miss Mona Skinner is becoming the bride of Mr. Harold Piatt. Mr. Harold
Chastain is Wedding a little lady from Sacramento, Miss Vesta Raynsford. Very best
wishes from all of us. A
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vaunteth not herself 5 is not puffed up, doth not behave herself unseemly. Honor seeketh
not her own, but rejoiceth herself in truth and humility. Honor beareth all things,
hopeth all things, loveth all things, and serveth all things. Honor putteth herself last
and forgetteth herself first. -
If you will, your honors may mount so high that they will reach the blue vaults of
heaven, their foundations may reach to the greatest depths of the seag their weight may
be as all the metals of the earth put together, their ages may combine those of the wise
ones before and since the days of Solomon, their importance may vie with those of
Washington, Lincoln, Edison, Burbank, and Lindberghgthy honors may be as broad as
the wind swept seas and plains, they may be as gold as the glittering sun, as pure and
sweet as the morning dews providing you obey all laws, serve mankind, love 'all things,
respect those above you, "seek the good and true, the best do."
H is for Hope that fills your every breast,
O is for Obedience to aid you in that quest.
N is the Name you wish to carry highg
O is Open-mindedness-you gain it if you try.
R is Respect which goes with you every day.
Hope, Obeisance, Respect, accompanies you all the way.
VICTORINE HARTLEX', Smhcrvisor of Music.
Recently it was my privilege to attend the banquet of the Garfield Honor Society.
The evening left a most favorable impression with me. In the first place a considerable
number of capable students no-w in the junior high school participated in the speech
making of the evening and in other features of organization and entertainment which
made the evening a success. In the second place, students of former years were present
to speak of their joy in remembering past events of the school and to give some comment
about the meaning of school and life Work beyond the junior high school. In the third
place, students of the school, faculty members, members of school administrative staiii,
and patrons all mingled in a common social program, gaining an understanding of mod-
ern educational problems which can be obtained in no other way except by common
Such an event shows more clearly than can be done in the regular school day, the
modern conception of education-that school is a part of everyday living. Pupils who
participate in such a program get the finest development for the finest type of citizen-
ship. I commend the Garfield Honor Society and the Garfield School for this demon-
stration of school life. WRGIL E. D1cKsoN,
Assisfant S1lfIC'TiiIfl'llfI'i?l1f of Schools.
NINTH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY BANQUET .
The Ninth Grade Honor Society held its annual banquet Tuesday evening, March 18.
After a brief address of welcome, Glen Alliger called upon Mr. Hennessey to act as
toastmaster, who then introduced the principal guests of the evening. These included
Mayor and Mrs. Driver, Mrs. Hector, and Dr. Howe, members of the Board of Educa-
tion, and Miss Hartley, Miss Prentiss, and Mrs. XVard, Supervisors in the Berkeley School
Among the speakers at the banquet were several former Garfield pupils. These were:
Nancy Johnston, Frank Wilson, and Kenneth May, past presidents of the Honor Society,
and Betty Stripp, Elden Busby, and Jack Campbell, past student body presidents. Two
Garfield alumni, now students at the University, also spoke briefly, and Willard Sea
sang two songs. Three Garfield girls, Helene Honore, Helen Foss, and Elizabeth Love-
land, added to the eveningis pleasure by their delightful singing.
After the speeches, Mr. Chastain led the members and guests in singing Irish songs,
and Bill Ogilvie led in the school yells.
When the banquet was over, all danced for about an hour to music rendered by for-
mer Garfield students.
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