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FACULTY Hennessey, D. L. Principal Cannon, MaBelle Secretary Archer Mrs Kate W Morse Blanche C oiiuselor xy X J low, Xj X ci X X X 1 v ■ y it- t k y ' t Arendt, Marion, CouhscIot. Mossman, Edith L. XJcLfLLiclLL y J.ViJL o ■ X JL ct 1 IXV 1111 Nealson Willis S K:i rrv A 1 :5 rp ' i rpi O ' Neill Mrs Dorah D X, ' X V ' XXX, i.TXXO X X X X-- Bellus Mrs Ruth Patton, Bessie Bochne, Frsd Patton, Elizabeth J 1 L4- l( IV 1. X X 1 1 1 1 1 CV Perrv H D J l UOlli X I I cl 1 H I, u Piatt Mrs Mona Skinner X ICIL.1., XVXIlJi J.VX J X X CI XV X X X X X X ' V i X d A 5 V J X ci J. y O R.i1pv Trmn xx-XXv-y , xxxxxci R.nwpil A frs T vplvn xWJ W 11, IVll 0« Xj V XX Davis, Mrs. Dorothy Rushforth, Robert Dv ;r n A f r ; A T i r p i t pt Russ Mrs Helen ( !o7iii telor X , IX oo, j.txic « X xv.xv.li, J fy 1 1 r f J V y i risk rCnfn irinp J. 1 13 1 , X uLlldllll Smith A frs Tv?i v iiiiL.ii, xy XX o X V x X IctllU lO, X . J x ■ rf if f Annip A fill ; X IdDV,!, Xlllll J.VX1110 White Mrs Pearl H vv lllUV. i.VX10 X V clll X Xt ( :iv Afiplla 1 tl y , A JL vj - X X !. W hitnev Roslvn Mae TV XIXL.XXV ' V , X X V ij X y XX XT Xd J ilkes A ' Trs Emma V v XX XV V bj, xy X X J m x j x 1 1 x x x c4 V J X J WX i3 111tX, V lll Xo L ' XIX K ' ilson Flora VV iiowii, X i jx a Grover, Harriet SPECIAL TEACHERS -L XilXlJOXlVX, illx- AND ASSISTANTS X A. X. X X X X X X X X Hughes, Samuel Minzyk, John, Band and Orchestra XV i H Xl, X 1 Xlk, V Ix V X,, V ' V- f f O I- f y 1 Robinson Mrs Ida Piano X V. vy X X X l3 kj 11, xy X X ij 9 x v t , x • Kidwell Ruth JL V 1 J VV V X X , XX. KA- l 1 X Foster Ceor ia P Nurse X j o X , V X let X- X y ct-foi- Kilkenny Mrs Mvrtle xvixxv xxxxy, A.f X X iD 9 xj x y x a FuHerton, Mrs. Helen, Playground Directo, Kleeher?er Mrs Helen J. ». IX-V kJX, X t , X , XVXXOt X XV-XV-Xl DeW itt, Carlton, Playground Director X , ctiXlv.llO, X XVi,l ,ll Menefee Mrs Dollv P Cafeteria Manager xy x m- 1 x X , , J -1-Tx.x J J — ' v X 1 y x , v j - -• tv x»xu» t i » Leland, S. J. Petitt, Mrs. Bessie L., Matron Lowrey, Mary Kimbell, S. B., Head Custodian Mally, Alfreda Hoag, Jack, Custodian Martin, Helen Odom, Joseph, Custodian McLean, Arthur L. Post, C. C, Custodian Montagne, Mrs. Alberta E. ART STAFF The Gleaner cover was designed and painted by Bill Brock and Hins- dale Latour. Dorothy Heck drew the Honor Society frontispiece and Horace Pratt made the cartoons for the Garfield Diary. The linoleum- block illustrations and headings were designed and cut by Kathryn Mead, Docia Blackledge, Evelyn Haydon, Virginia Clarke, Dorothy Heck, Hins- dale Latour, Horace Pratt and Bill Brock.
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PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE TO GRADUATES The Garfield Junior High School will be eighteen years old next month. On the first Monday of January, 1916, we assembled for the first time in the building now occu- pied by the University Elementary School at Rose and Shattuck. We had been the Whittier Intermediate School for five years previous to that time. During the Christmas vacation of 1915 we moved to our new location, changed our name, and began life as a new school. The December class of 193 3 is the thirty-sixth class to graduate from Garfield. It has been my privilege to write a farewell message to each of these classes. Always there is in my mind as I write the same mingling of feelings — rejoicing with you at the happy and successful completion of your Junior High School course, regret that the instructors who have been so much interested in your welfare, who have taken so much pleasure in helping you with your problems, in watching your growth and development, in softening your disappointments, in sharing your pleasures and successes, will no longer have the daily opportunity to counsel and guide you in your school life. We can only hope that the ideals held before you during these important formative years will grow into lives rich with worth-while achievements. That is the chief reward of your teachers. You ha ve been a helpful, co-operative class. As school-officers, as student-leaders, as members of committees, you have proven competent and satisfactory, and many have shown real leadership. Your projects and programs to help the school have been unusually successful. You are carrying with you a high average in both scholarship and citizenship attainments. If you keep your present standards we are confident that success will be yours, and that you will be worthy of a place beside the best of those who have preceded you in the long list of Garfield graduates. Keep ever in mind that those who seek pleasure as an end in itself are doomed to disappointment. Real pleasure is a by-product of lives that are lived rightly and of daily duties well done. Happiness that is lasting comes only to those whose course in life is clearly marked by high ideals, and who never lower those ideals for the sake of transient pleasure or false popularity. Straight is the line of duty; Curved is the line of beauty; If yon follow the first all your life through The second ivill follow you. D. L. Hennessey.
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GPADUATtS M CI Helen Acorn George Agee Claire Alexander Helen Alexander .1 P Lou Anderson Anna Mae Andrae J9 . Pauline Arms ■ — Darrell Argubright Harry Ashham Dorothy Ayer Shirle Bass Margaret Beauchamp Ralph Beck Bert Bertolero Meyrich Bell Corinne Blackburn Peggy Booth Patricia Bowman Griffith Borgeson Myra Bridgewater Bill Brock June Eleanor Brown Paul Brown Cecil Buflfum Morris Bruce William Burd Dick Chaney Don Chandler
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