Granite High School - Granitian Yearbook (Salt Lake City, UT)

 - Class of 1928

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Y SMH " M 'ff 'Wi A H1 nf' Vi h ig GRAN 'MAN 19 Z PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF Granite High School SALT LAKE CITY Foreword In preparing this volume of the Granitian, we, the staff of 1928, have Worked with the pur- pose of preserving a complete record of the outstanding events which have made the school year, 1927-28, one of the most successful in Granite's history. May the reader derive as much pleasure from this record as we have had in serving Granite by editing a memory book of her achievements. To our our principal, Lorenzo H. Hatch, Whose standards of honor and accomplishment have in- spired the students under his leadership to higher ideals and greater attainment, we, the Granitian Staff of 1928, in tribute to him and to his achievements in behalf of our beloved Granite High School, do grate- fully dedicate this book. Granitian Stalfl' Lewis Darby ------- Editor Jack Bagley - - - - Associate Editor Florence Wurzbach - - - Classes Duane Ballard - - - Athletics Kathryn O'Connor V - - Feature Merritt Baird - - - Art Editor Mavonne Rees - - - Art Editor Ervon Fairbanks - - - Business Manager FACULTY ADVISORS Miss Watson Mr. Maughan Contents Romance of the Air CQ Administration Classes Activities Athletics Clubs MMM seam. HMXQWAP 'Lf' SA 1 s,.. ,WX .. Crm Yancey Norman Turpin Dorothy Knudson 3111 Hivmnriam Romcmceof the Air 1 'f"7""'i'W'W'w5-'T ?Jg1,g?,EE2EH2'.gf',2Wi!?1'!'2!Fm:"5wrr""' x' ' , '-ff 'ff -L,wuu-w,33 A V , , f Y , ..-. UW. ., ,, ,, ,L 4 , + a A V ., W- . A gm, ' A ,., , Q - Mguq, wwwsifffimhili -wmfwQWM:mf.dw:mh ' A Y A fp lah A A,A A Y 'HE WAWM, , T"ff'f- f 1 ' hi ' ,,,+w-' ., Q- ..-f U' f 1 'f . -an , f- 1 , M 1 , I , Afaesrw121sPM5x...',5,-Afff'r 'f Kwxnesgxwfffrwmw Fglfw -. I - y., v. 1.5 5,5 'Y TM? Q. M ,4 Y Jw'-if N V, ,. 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' L X ' M' ' M' ""' 'MW if Www- N: - M , gf' .4 A 2154 N, I . f ' 7 Y i w., -W i Q.: +5-+1 , 4.-:'gf':cz.5 " fix s2.iYi1?:k-E. A i A,-:f .. f , - - .N if - zxgfs, ' 4. ig-42-2511 3' ,Q ff 4 X TX - ,K 5- ' li- .-ff f V' W 1 f ' it-'i'-L'-'A Q . V 7 -Zfziriv' if! XX Q l America has become the creditor na- tion of the World. Our national annual income approaches one hundred billion dollars. We excell in science, art, andin- vention and control physical and mater- ial laws to satisfy our wants. At this time of national wealth and affluence safety lies in maintaining the morals and standards which have made this progress possible. To those high ethical values of life that make. for human happiness through service We commend you. We believe in you and will trust you always. FRANCIS W. KIRKHAM. 'QB Page Seuente gf fl? hi Quik J .- 1--4, ,J 5 'Alf' ,fe ,gif fm gate' .....-.-.-l-. - -, 1,-jff,g,i:q ,.-,' as 5 gf Ie, .ff , ba- 'Q' .3 J 3 "f,'X:sTa--99 ' '-' " U ' n- 1 ' 1 Q' c " --39,114 VJ www. The accomplishments of Granite High School during the year now closing have given the school added prestige among its associates. Ideals fundamental to the i n s t i t u t io n have been retained and strengthened by the work of the faculty and students. Excellence in scholarship has been encouraged and students as a whole have made satisfactory progress. The success of student body activities, in which our men and women' have repre- sented us with honor, has been commend- able. In appreciation, we give full credit to -all who are -responsible for these achievements which mark this as a not- able year. LORENZO H. HATCH. .,r,...,-,,---,,,,- .,.,. Mon.-. Q6 T- ..--- Page Eighteen f'A'f7 1 si N.. -+A-Q ',,,,p?fRiWij-gifiixig,-aw LEROY HILLAM, B. S. BRYANT BURNINGHAM, A. B HORTENSE REDD, B. S.- ALMA BECKSTRAND, B. S. LAVJRENCE WALLACE, B. A. MILLICENT LYONS, B. A. WALTER 'WILLIAMS LEON FRAME EVA LINDQUIST, B. S. JESSE HENRICKSEN, B. S. JQ6, ,hz l i Page Nineteen 1 '41 - A ti NR L ...L -. Eli' , , , +I Q-.1-f f' 'fu ESI Q iS5x45:-:gi--wif" i f N f ' L. . c ' "i?'JI" N ' ffl NK 'fo VILLA SCHAFER, B. A FRANCES WATSON, B. A. FRANKLIN HARRIS, B. PEARL CHRISTENSEN ALICE DOREMUS EZRA POULSEN, B. A. VALENTINE GORLINS SYLVIA SMITH, B. S. S. KI, B HYRUM HILTON, B. S. LOGAN WISEMAN IQB' ,T+L - -,w,1.,I.L--, Page Twenty 'Tv' ff? '-F ly! ,fr is 'S.Y 'sr ,yyif ' vig' Xxx' 1' . - f ,f' -Qgg ,',. o' f V 'vyg -:A -1 . A C - ".- . Y ,:f3:Z2f-, A ' A 'RiC"-'f3r-g- f ' 1 -ky ,,.-- 1- Q 1 m . .A Tj ,, ' . '34-'Rf ' . I , V V. , Q, M. c, " P NANCY FINCH DOROTHY INGALLS. B. A. JOHN SUMMERHA LAVON SHARP. B. HAZEL SELBY. B. SAMUEL BAIRD. B. S. MARY WILCOX. B. GENEVIEVE WILCOX, B. S. REX SUTHERLAND CECIL BAKER, B. S. YS A. A., M. A. A. W A Page Twenty-one iff! .U i KNQX X MABLE SMITH, A. B., M. 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Q., A, A, A AA .A 1' " 5 '- ' fA,AAA' A ,,A.AAA'K,,,,,,,' TA 'Hhwwf'f'ag3Whmpnm' AA ' ' "if 4 K 'A 'V A w " A,AA f- " TMA ,,,.iegAA-..AA...:n...iA.l..2wnw,2dM 45xuami,2im.,f..Q':A qi X ' ' "y MARY FREEZE IVAN SMITH HAROLD HINTZE Vice-President President Secretary The Class of '28 , The last lap of the high school trip is at last over, and the "Ship of '28" with its fondest hopes realized and its golden dreams fulfilled, glides smoothly onto the field of "Journey's End," the goal toward which it has so bravely traveled during the past four years. Under the direction of Ivan Smith, Mary Freeze, Harold Hintze, Miss Sharp and Mr. Poulsen, and with such loyal supporters as the Seniors of this. year to help it along, no class ship could have had anything but a successful flight. K Now, with its goal safely reached and its fondest dreams realized, this class can look back on the past four years with a satisfaction that comes only from work well done. These people are now starting on another great flight-the flight through Life: and we who are left at Granite wish them luck and hope that for each individual member this trip will be as successful as was the one just completed. I I it ,,wlllW.,,ln. I I , Q6 Page Twentu three l 514 fi NSR M - ,- J ,.-7 F -l s. 'wif' if Y V' Q , .. N I I, , l s jfw J ,. ' fig,--,rs 19 , .1 ,A 2 . f,'L I" U" A A' r:.'5'Ix"'L' - - ?-.- 5 ,,' ,, 513 . 'V ,y ggi. 'Q -nl mf S 4 9 E, X U A c " XJ ? e A ii xx 3' ,y Q ANNA MAE HILL VX ' "Always happy, hind, and pleasant." 4 .k Gramm Guild 'zag Home Ec.C1ub '28. I' W Q -X PHILIP BUEHNER Y "Gee, its great to be handsome." N3 Football '25, '26, '27g Orans '28g Track B ' - '25, '28g Legislature '251 Engineers' Club i X ' '26. X I RUTH ELDREDGE N "Dainty, smiling, and hind always." Kal Home Ee, Club '27, '28, ERVON FAIRBANKS X "Always looking for a soft job and an easy I chair." Yearbook '27, '28: Football '27: Swimming lx '26, '27g Orans '28: Officer Granart Guild X, '26, '27, 28. . 'X ' X LORAINE WHITELY "Happy is the man who can mix work with play." H. Football '27, '28: Baseball '28g Athletic Page Twenty-four manager '27, '28: Track '27: Vice-Pres. Engineers' Club '27, '28. SPENCER OHLIN "Talkers are not good doers, therefore I am silent." . Ag. Club '28, HELEN SAVACH "Vanity is woman's greatest fault." Home Ec. Club '26. ll HAZEL BURKE 'Shyly sweet and sweetly shy." EVELYN GRITTON "A spotless woman in a world of shame." DELBERT MATHEWS "Always just a 'little boy'." LOUISE LINNEBACH "With noble heart so pure, so free You'll never haue an enemy." Rep. G. A. G. '26, '27: Home Ec. Club '28: Pres. G. A. G. '28. zzli i af' A if T? ,-v :l ??ffL?f:s.. i ....... . egg' is .. -l- ' - 3, Zaire? ,F ,,'. ,' A 5 x..X,5,1, -.Sz Ji 1:-.- ' Vsais NYRXBF' E , '1 ALVIN JOHNSON "He walks on paths apart from ordinary man." VERA PETERSON "Beauty of face vain praise secures, Soul beauty lives, for aye endures." Rep. Ci. A. G. '25: Home Ec. Club '28. WILLIAM CASADY "He who never failed, never tried." Dramatics '283 Yell Master '28: Baseball '26: Swimming '25, '26, '28: Orans '28, EDITH SQUIRES "As steel sharpeneth steel so does the com- panionship of a friend brighten a person's life. SETH HORNE "Frail of words but mighty in deeds." Football '28: Basketball '28. RUBY MEIBOS "ln her are found all the attributes of a true and happy friend." Swimming Club '26, '27, '28. CARL .IOHANSON "As a boy, reserved yet naughty." LEWIS DARBY "Year Book editor-nuff said." Paper '27: year book '28: Dramatics '28: Legislature '28: Engineers '26, '27: Pres. Engineers' Club '28: Orans '27. FLORENCE BAUER "Florence is like a ship--usually attached to a buoy." Opera '27: Home Ec. Club '27: D. D. D. Club '27, '28: Orans '27, '28: Swimming Club '26, '27, '28. MARIAN BENNETT "1'm in the best of company when I'm alone." Home Ec. Club '27, '28 SADIE GRANBERG "Retiring and of modest mood." Home Ec. Club '28. I r AQ .- Page Twenty-five ,pf Qu ,.Q14.f:g,f . K4 is 'YXKQKX A , K gi '-lg G. ' r - MARGARET FLOWERS "My mirror tells me I am fair." Home Ec. Club '28. ORIN YANCY "Here is a man indeed." VIVIAN CORBETT "A rosy, merry maid is shef Home Ec. Club '25, '28, DUANE BALLARD "Laugh and be merry for tomorrow we die." Yearbook '28: Courtv '28g Engineers' Club '26, '27: Granart Guild '27, '28. SARAH SMITH "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Rep. G. A. G. '27: Yell Mistress '28: Home Ec. Club '28. WILBUR PEDERSON "Silence is golden," Ag. Club '27, '28. PHYLLIS PACK "Gentle and sweet. blithe and merry." Granart Guild '27, '28. PEARL RALPH "It costs nothing to be cheerful." D. D. D. Club '26, '27: Home Ec. Club '28. FLOYD FAGG "Then give to the world the best you haue. And the best will come back to you." Engineers' Club '25, '263 Ag. Club '27, '28. EVERETT LINGWALL "Friend of all and foe of none." Orans '28. HARRY AARDEMA "He wisely acts in time of need, Is quick in thought and quick in deed." Football '27. , Page Twenty-six ,fy 5 gf il NQQK J far -I uiE'fs'.. .11 Y LV ix x s-ig: ,V III l-- --?'-' i' fffff 4 I V 67, . E -.3 ' " ' eff N L ' nl I OWEN SANDER "I am with little well content." Ag, Club '26, '27. REED MACKAY "He lives at peace with all mankind." Engineers' Club '26: Ag. Club '28, Grain and Stock Judging '28, WILLIAM GREEN "True of heart, though a trifle contrary." Baseball '26: Ag. Club '26: President Ag. Club '27: G. Club '27. GERTRUDE LINNEBACI-I "Theres health and goodness in the mirth In which an honest laugh has birth." Rep. G. A. G. '26: Home Ec. Club '28: Sec. G. A. G. '27g Treas. G. A. G. '28, NORENE LEWIS "Your greatest problem is yourself." Home Ec. Club '28. MARIE DAVIS "Full of mirth and good-will is Marie." Home Ec. Club '28. CLARON PRATT K "When I became a man, I put away childish things." MELVIN I-IANSEN "The shallows murmur, but the deeps are silent." Ag. Club '2s. ROMA MARCHANT "Love, sweetness and goodness in her person shine." D. D. D. Club '27: Home Ec. Club '26, '27, '28, FRED BOES "Men of fewest words are wisest." Court '27: Debating Club '26, '27, '28. DOROTHY LARSON "A happy combination of everything nice." Home Ec. Club '26, '27, '28, 1M?nnn . new JQ6, , -.-M -L , ---LQLLLL Page Twenty -seven If 1" Q 'nk ' Fla ilkigyix .tid iff ,, 1 ,fix 4 -'3-2311 xp, wus . c " 7 l o I 1 1 1 Page Twenty-eight VIOLA WHITE "With stately form and charming grace, With arching brow and lovely face." Vice-Pres. Student Body '28: Rep. Home Home Ec. Club 26: D. D. D. Club '26, '27: Sec. D. D. D. Club '28, JOHN HUTCHINSON "1'm the best pal I ever had. I like to be with me." Engineers' Club '25, MILDRED SOREN "Was ever anything made loss tireless than a womans tongue!" MARLOW KEYES "I take what life gives me and am well Con- tent." VERNA KARTCHNER "The easiest and quickest way to get a thing done is to do it yourself." Granart Guild '27, '28g Orans '28: Home Ec. Club '28. FRANKLYN MORGAN "Every lad must have his fling." Ag. Club '26. RELIA BALL "Love me little, love me long is the burden of my song." D. D. D. Club '26g Swimming Club '275 Vice-Pres. D. D. D. Club '27: Rep. G. A. G. '28: Treas. G. A. G. '27. REGINA RUSSELL "The richest prize a maidlcan find ls just a good, contented mind." SHIRLY HEUGLY "Studious to please but not afraid to fail." Orans '28. LUCILLE HOWELL "Oh, a trouble's a ton, or a trouble's an ounce, a trouble is what you make it." Orans '28. OLIVER THOMPSON "A studious brain, wi' a face that is sober." Engineers' Club '25, '26, '27, '28: Sec. and Treas. Engineers' Club '28. ,mwymird JQB, L 51" :N r I il X'-N "-Zflii ' A A 33' WYSS5' ' J , -gs' ,z ui, fi, ,fem .Ak L, 3 ,f ,'g5,,:4 ' , . x gx 'CV-34 ,4.: - ,YYW--WA si' If V 5 E E fs' - Q'-ESQ, , , - 4, c ' 7 ANDREW GLAD "He liveth long who liveth well." Engineers' Club '25, '28. LOIS WOOTTON A happy smile without and a happy heart within." Vice-Pres. Orans '28: Home Ec. Club '28 u XVILLIAM KINGSLEY "The child is father of the man." RUTH GLAD There is no room for sadness when we see her cheery smile." Dramatics '27: Granart Guild '28. 1. FRANCIS JARRARD Fools make feasts: 'wise men eat them. Let's eat! " Athletic Manager '28: G. Club '28. -. THEO GARDNER Congenial, modest, studious-what more could be said of a young lady?" Home Ec. Club '28, rc DALE JENSEN Always a nice sweet boy with high ideals." Orans '27. n RAY POLA "Eoerybody likes Ray-they just can't help it." DOROTHY CAMOMILE "To please, one must please." SEVERIN ULMER "You can't keep a good man down." Grain Judging '27, '28: Ag. Club '25, '26. ALICE PLEWE "Happy always. with heart atunef' Swimming Club '26, '28. I A Z QB, Page Twenty-nine If 6 E 3' T' :lp-fi xqeg. 'Q -aww 4 1637 swf- 2' 1 ' .- f' " of-eelfffesl ' is '- 'C 2+ ii! l e ' -' I x' I N . C,' t l l I l EARL OTTLEY "Sigh and you rake in nothing, Work and the prize is won." RUTH THALMANN "As merry as the day is long.' Home EC, Club '28. 1 ALBERTAN BRAMWELL "He gains the prize who never shirks, Who waits and watches, thinks and works." ALICE CLARK "A little girl with a woman's head and u bahy's face." DORALAE DAVIDSON "A jouial friend--need more be said?" FLORENCE WURZBACH "The less one says about one's self, the , A better." ' ' Ciranitian '27, '28: Year book '287 Swim- ming Club '25, '26, MERRITT BAIRD "A little work, a lot of play. Keeps the world from seeming gray." Year book '27, '28: Granart Guild '26, '27, '28. MARK HILL "Such a man is well worth while." Swimming '26, '27, '28: Court '28: Orans '27: Ag. Club '25, '26, '27, 28. LAUREL GRANT "What matter if a girl be shy. She'll'catch a sweetheart by and by." ARTHUR FRANK "A silent man need not apologize for the many foolish things he has left unsaidf' AFTON WRIGHT "The merriest maiden 'neath the sky." Home Ec. Club '28. l l It il 'Y Wwnn WW YY V , wif, Y ,,,, ,Mggjmg L,-... ,Ln 2 . .. Ulf... . Y-7WL---d - f Page Thirty fir IJ' :N I 'flings -.. -if1 Al 'V I -1, :yy Q . Ri T- Sig LTL i -'svn' r s Sw-sw' KATHRYN O'CONNOR "Active minds that think and study Like swift brooks are seldom muddy." Granitian '27, '28: Year book '28: Legis- lature '28g Orans '28, LESLIE WALLING "Oh, none of my studies would I shirk If studying hard were not such work." Football '26, '27: Swimming '25, '26, '27: Court '28: Dramatics '28: Orans '28: Ag. Club '28: G Club '26, '27: Debating Club '27 LILY BERRY "Sometimes we wonder how such a lass Can live in a world so naughty." Home Ec. Club '28. CHARLES GREEN "Oh, a dreamer lives forever, but a thinker dies in a day." Football '26: G Club '25, 26. LAMAR LINDSAY "Good things are done up in small packages." Football '26. '27C Baseball '26, '27, '28: Basketball '27, '28. ELMO SMITH "Who e'er excels in what we prize Becomes a hero in our eyes." Football '26, '27: Commercial Club '26: Baseball '26, '27, '28: Student Body Sec. and Treas. '28. ELVA MULLINER "Friendly, kind and unassuming." Home Ec. Club '28. FERN REES "Laugh and your path is bright." Granitian '28: Home Ec. Club '28: Orans '28. LAVON PETERSON "Has she euer been seen without a smile?" Dramatics '27: Home Ec. Club '28: Orans '28. YASUO SASAKI "Of speech unguarded, man doth oft repent, But not of keeping silence." Engineers' '28. JOHN HOWE "The world waits unconauered at my feet " Football '25, '26: Basketball '26, '28: Track '25. '26: Baseball '28: Stock Judging '26g Freshman Pres. '24: Student Body Sec. and Treas. '27: Student Bodv Pres. '28: G Club '26: Pres. Ag. Club '26: Orans '28. ' S, "Q8,s' Page Thirty-one f I1 .ff .es -T- -rzfffiffvffcajs? 'N 5Qssws.f-'? JOHN ARNOLD "Just because a man says nothing he isn't necessarily a sawer of wood." Ag. Club '27, ZOLA BURNS "A gatherer of sunbeamsf' Granart Guild '27: Home Ec. Club '28: Reporter Granart Guild '28. HARRY LOCKER "How many truly gifted men Are by us really neuer known!" LINDA BURTON "How goodness brightens beauty!" Sec. Home Ec. Club '26: Vice-Pres. Home Ec. Club '27: Pres. Home Ec. Club '28. BETH MACKAY "A human flower untouched by the finger of care." Opera '27: Rep. Home Ec. Club '28. RUTH LIDDLE "A silent tongue marketh a wise head." Reporter Home Ec. Club '28. LESTER ERICKSON "A happy, true and honest man." Ag. Club '27, 28. GORDAN PRITCHARD "Alice, where art thou?" Commercial Club '24s Dramatic Manager 28: Debate Manager '28. EDWARD MATSON "He who rules his tongue conquers his great- est enemy." ELLEN FRANCIS "So much wisdom, grace and wit are rarely blended in so young a child." Swimming Club '27: Home Ec. Club '27, '28, INEZ HURST "Of loving nature. fair and shy." Home Ec. Club '28. , .M . -- i 'Qs ,C-2, "? S?, ix! QT: ge. 1 'F Q Qfkx xx., fi I-eiLfff,ffe'ff '. ' Ji YV lf yyfffif K iw' Q, HELEN ROLAND "Her glad hello and pleasant smile Doeth every person's heart beguile. Orans '28: D. D. D. Club '28g Home Ec. Club '28. HAROLD HINTZE "Howe'er it be, it seems to me. 'Tis only natural to be good." Senior Secy. '283 Court '2S: President Orans '28: Dramatics '28: Debating '28, VERONA REYNOLDS "A heart full of love, a face to remember." Home Ec. Club '25. CARLOS SMITH "Inspired to try once in a while." Baseball '27, '28: Football '27: Basketball '28: Pres. Ag. Club '27, '28. JULIA SCI-IUTZE "The friend of all she meets." Home Ec. Club '25. ALVIN ANDERSON The fairest gem that graces youth Is Life's companion-simple truth." u FREDA CROSBY "It's a gay old world when you're gay," D. D. D. Club '27. IVAN SMITH "In him are all requirements of a man." Football '27: Baseball '26, '27, '28 Junior Pres. '27: Senior Pres. '28: Com- mercial Club '26. REUBEN JOLLEY "Why, man, why doest thou blush so?" Football '25, '26, '27: G Club '26: Track '26, '27, '28: Dramatics '26: Freshmen Pres. '25: Sophomore Pres. '26s Student Body Pres. '27. ' MARY FREEZE "Sweet, gentle peace and grace divine From out her being seem to shine." Granart Guild '28: Senior Vice-Pres. '28. IRAD CASTO ' "And still the answer stays unpenned. Will school-boys ever turn to men?" Crop Judging '25, '26, '27: Stock Judging '25, '26, '27s Ag. Club '25, '26. i -JQ6, 4 Page Thirty-three Paqv 'I hlffll' I nur f A? ,g?!sx'5 , -ll.. Q up ,,5,,?'-'-,,f,?f'.j,, Y i .Rf gif -XFX T1 A 51 ' 1 V, p i , I GWENDOLYN WHITE MILTON ERICKSON LUELLA WHEELER Vice-President President Secretary The Class of '29 Vlith the greater part of the momentous flight through high school suc- cessfully finished, the "Ship of '29" hovers in the air for a moment and then comes to a full stop, finishing the third span of the four-year flight Without mishap. Only a class with such able leaders as Milton Erickson, Gwendolyn White, Luella Wheeler, Miss Wilcox and Mr. Burningham. could have made such a huge success of its junior flight as has the Class of '29, On its members next year will fall the major responsibility of carrying on the standards and traditions of Granite: but if the coming trip is undertaken with the same spirit and vim that characterized the one just completed, when "Journey's End" is reached, this class will have done its part. ! A Q6 : u 4:1 Page Thirty-five fs J 7 ,ff if ,gf - .L In 'L ,I EX Y ' lf -- I - " by Z-T 'ff' ,, fa' it 2 Q a ':v55,f-,T TJ. -.-.,.- "'i . 1. C . 1 -".f4f.f1vf' WNNw..w- RUTH GREEN ORA WEBB MAURINE NEILSON , RICHARD DEMILLE WIDMAR CLARK - JEANETTE MAXWELL ERMA YATES DOROTHY BURROWS DOUGLAS BRIGHTON VANESS NEILSON LESTER sAMPsoN Page Thirty-six fm gl.-: ffk EE' in 3 EQBWEWXXX' i --- -. .... L. A V - In 9. ... GAYLE HATCH VERA GUNNERSEJN I OLIVE DANEORTH CHESTER JOHNS ALFRED ERICKSON EDNA REMINGTON MARY WALLACE MARGARET ESPENSCHEID ERNEST OLSEN JAY DAVIS JACK BAGLEY I Page Thirty-seven 'Jr .5 .-346,114 w Ywwww li KJ ' if 'Wi 3 . 'A-:. J - ri ., . ,rf ,'Y.Vi? 'yur ., fqsxjg, Q f1,i,':f:T A,-. ' L i.1.Rklj'i,N , ,QQL 'eww' " A - .' 3025. '-..w -9 l bg. 4,213-I, ,V - 1 ' 3. V. X - , , c ... 7 Y MAISIE BERGUM BLANCHE JPEGG ' BLANCHE HOVIK FOREST SMITH GEORGE SCHULTZ ELAINE HULSE ADELAIDE MORGAN THELMA JENSEN SHERMAN DOYLE LEO PLAYER EUGENE WIDERBURG Page Thirty-eight IQ' sza -, - ,f gf N -".i4fJ1v" " ak: WYQSSS' 1 if..-. Q, fl- SN Y' ' I X-. .R- 'JEA5 .-K ii?-3:7-:SQFZ-' -5 ,fr-Q Qiffvf. A . lx Xxla .S Si -' V ' i..T.T '1 -"'l--ll--- 6,ii,g,ff5, ff jf' is A 2 f , Q, 'NX LQ' l--M . , 3,5 I X v 57 ,. -Ll- , , cr a . Y LILLIAN STOKES IRENE COLEMAN ALICE TAYLOR HUGH TUCKER DAVID LOERTSCHER PEARL CARLSTON EVA MAE MEYERHOEFER MAURINE JONES KENNETH CASPER WINSTON PALMER MILTON BELL 2 Page Thirty-nine N74 ' 3 Vik --:,f,f,f1v wg 5 www' 4 ,ff ' - Ti ,.- -. b2f:'jfiT2f, iiiil"! ?Qi:iX3.-'A-Jzf 1 .. 6, I 'AJ ,1' if Q N 'bfwgjq-ui.. V -4- . ,l X V -l----A c ' R ,A Q" ,W ' J --'x' df,-" -v-1 E., rg? W A --J Page Forty QB, "WSWS RUTH ERICKSON CARMEN JACOBS ESTRID FORS ELMER HEADLUND FRANK MOSS SHIRLEY CANNON LENORE CUTLER AFTON SHURTLIFF PETER OLSEN M. LAMAR GARDNER BLANE GARDNER 1:1 lki -zyyrv Xp, Rvws-'f' g "'J', xg, 3 ,V '12 1 - ' T. A -.- 1 ,. Y' ff fx, gf 5-I. -LT -pf,-5:2 ,Mil Tix v fffk. I W-3 I T.. ..Y. f .wg I, I, 1 I x. . . J, Q ... , - ' 1, 1-'fr ,f" V A 2 If Tbxgf-V'a,., - ' -,',,'4 , 1 'wr S71 , ' 9' t - 1 7 . IRENE MERRILL ELIZABETH STILLMAN DORA CARLSTON KENNETH TAME LOWELL MORGAN KATHERINE MADSEN JUNE BALLARD DONNA BURTON ARNOL REID WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN ' WALTER GEHRING Al I 3 LIWIWI,-II I I , LL-- Page F arty-one Nix? X-N -22014 ' X J Www- 1 fi" 6" iw Sf-i g-TCT - ff, fa - -+-ff - L. T If -. 2f:iz,j.1',2-, A R X .X r, I 1 4 - 1-1l'l T' .Gig ,.-fijil.-A, I, Q, .- N. ,. 1, f-7, ' - C . - Y I 4 LOUISE RUSSELL RUTH CARLSON ANNA BAKER P 1 FRANK NELSON RUSSELL ASH HELEN GEERTSEN ELVA LEHNHERR VILDA OSBORNE DEE ROWSELL JOSEPH HENDRICKSEN ARVIN KRISTIANSEN Page Forty-two Ming -,FW -- Q6 ,LL ,Civ su ' if wg? TW -gyyr www-3' : f ., ' .1 -xr ,ff V-'iff 'fri gd ag -. V- -, 'f,:g 1., ,V - xxgg -X. ii- . - Y ,,', a-f f , , . V E , -,V V ., 'iv 5.3 Q Y x-,Q-Q .. 1 l.. ..l - Un' L . 4 f LETA WOODRUFF LORNA STEADMAN EMMA HUDSON MELVIN ELDREDGE RAY BARNES AGNES PETERSON RETA MILLICAM EVELYN SANDBERG FRANK MALLORY ELWOOD SPENCER WENDELL STRINGFELLOW - E - Page Forty-three fffg 'i -IE 5, 4,QQj ,'?, gggglnqg N -" lv14'R3 ! Wwfkwxw-' r , J J 4 ci: 4. fig Q1 5 1, As. v +,, f r v 1 K v Wfikf M . 1, ' ' '-2, 2 A , n 4 M 1, Q. fi Page Forty-four VERA BARRATT MILDRED TUELLER NAOMI SOREN JACK DEGREY LEON YOUNG MILDRED WINDER MAEVONNE REES WILFORD HOWARD MARY GREETHAM WOODROW WHITE MERLYN YEAGER 'Q6,O Wig? a w. gwwxka, 1 ff? Q ,. I I I , ,1iT'L:,pgf5 gifs, -1f..5 , g.,..: , ffff' 77' 'f Eff' ii., N: A fSf'73'f" N M I ' V A X A!! C . 1 7 LUELLA SHAW JEANETTE DAVIDSON ERMA NEFF EUGENE NEFF WAYNE IRVING DORA COOK EDITH CROUCH WINONA FRYER SIDNEY WALLWORK GLEN McDONALD KENNETH TODD i E I Page Fong-fiize 'V-f 'S -Q! sawn ' ff .Q ry, q .ti :1fyfi.1!, N lx ,Ei Ci Fi ' M 14.114 I I wxw- 'WN i,,w1. ..--,-,,W,,,,,i Q6 Page 'Forty-six LUELLA CARLISLE DOROTHY DARBY LUCILLE NEFF MEREDITI-I JONES WILLARD DAVIDSON ANNIE KUNKEL VERA OSBORNE ALICE RUTHERFORD JOSEPH GUNDERSON HYRUM ERICKSON BENJAMIN HAMPTON fir' "va ' W1 wa 1 .' ii' 5 'QR ' 4 "'-3541114 A v' Swa n- L V . 7 THELMA ROBINSON JOSEPH FISHER MYRTLIl BLACK WOODWARD CANNON VIDELLA XVEBB HERMAN GOLDSTEIN VIRGINIA FREEBAIRN MERZE ANDERSON LILLIAN FRICKBERG VILATE WOODBURY ELEANOR PHILLIPS s X15 x ap I .LL . ,:+:. .gi .lm ,:: .sn ki . L, H, ,f 4 fwfr' , a-' X, fy I I fs " gf iv? tix lr ,W 'ui 'QB - Page Forty-seven fdii' 5 J il' 'Rx up .f bg-, I -'ivzfrvf v i ' Wives' , 8, . ,. . x f 2, ff T Q -- ., , Xw gif Page Forty-eight GLADYS GERRARD DONALD WAGSTAFF ELSIE WEISS WANDA GUSTAVESON FLORENCE OKESON AMY ETHEL NEFF HELEN NORBERG DELSA PAULSEN VIRGINIA OLSEN BLANCHE HARRISON DORIS JACKSON DWAYNE PARKER AFTON PARRY ,,-F, PQ6' -,.- .. L... , sf lf fig., ay -f ,sw R X '- l-'- N iv i 9 x.. gise Q ,f 2, I ll MINERVA SEELY BLISS ALLEN DONNA HARRISON Secretary President Vice-President n The Class of '30 9 As the "Ship of '30" rests for a short time on the "Midway Field," its passengers, the sophomores of this year, turn their thoughts back, and, ponder- ing over the past nine months, find that with Bliss Allen, Donna Harrison, ll Minerva Seeley, Miss Watson and Mr. Harris to guide its course and. a loyal band of students to support it in its every undertaking, this class ship has finished the second lap of the High School triumphantly. May the "Ship of '30" now continue on its trip and make as huge a success of the last two laps as it has of the first two. 1 J Q6 Page Forty-nine i l ll , ,Lydia David Lorna Miller - Eva Drage U Ralph Baker Varona Walton Mable. Lewis Frank Benneit Orvil Olsen Q Ruth Hammersrrand V Dale Astin I Phyllis North Lloyd Keyes Benoni Maekelorang Merl ,Spencer X Mary Lauritzen Eastes Murphy Alice Solomon Iiloward Byer Elizabeth Herendeen . ' Anna Irving ' Kelson Howard 1 V Robert l7earce ' I Elva 'Iiurnbow Elwyn Hamilton Nle1yina'Flinders -Denton Chambers Bernice Tame Wanda Hemingway Earl Jonea May Littleford Norma Pederson , ' Norman Turpin. Il li Page F ifty V -. - I .Tiii i ,af N x EX -?,,,wf+ 275' Swag:- 3 14-Q, " Q '-w If ,IJQ : Ski ilitg, -A pi-UQXEQQ . ll XY. 1: R,Ng,:3f3 - - 4. 8-iY,?,fkv .41 ,JH 'fl' . A' 'tvk 'E ' -X . -- "' '-' - , jan' ' y I 1 ,+ ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,--.- X f 1 f W Page Fifty-one 091 . .62 " ia? fig A ,, bl, V ii--K f. 54' bl. 2 lx "2fy'y7V ' 9 E155 ikikim' r Af I 1 . . 1 . g , . H l W , 1 , l l . ' Paul Aardema - Eva Arnold Rhea Bxesmger Beth Adamson Jordan Stockharn Wanda Smith Jeasle Workman Reho Thorum Leonard Ralph Margaret McCashland Earl Sudbury Lounse Hams Urban Harenburg Harold Broomhead Vadxs Scott Renan Casto Rodney Olsen Hazel Bulls Melvm Wiseman Ruth Collyer l l , LaReine Wonnecott Pherrel Henderson Vem Hill N 1 I Arthur Jordnson Elsxe Nichols I ! l Harold Heath Luella Ernsten I Helen Davndson John Cox Nellxe Ackley Sarah Tame ,QB Page Fifty-:wo ' Em. ,. 'L,r.1.mk2A:.., ,... ni. an .ln Q. ' .Hd-, J 1 .- .g:,,p"f?y" 1,7175 "f 5 Q! N ' ' X X xg:-,Q 4, . - A.f,:l:,' ' f . ' .V N " 'L"'i V X c, ' ' Y ,,,ij2,yi,y5'-I iwi wt -1 , AWLA- PQ Page F if ty-three .- 'ff-, .P 3 1 T z V if 'lzifiiflf li X r il ing B ll Elmer Alston Parley Liddle ll H Eldon Wright Esther Carlisle Clifton Cook Alfred Plume Mildred Roach Charlotte Barratt Wayne Player II . Ellen Barratt Clifton Gustaveson Caroline Dworack Lou Dean Burns Milton Matson Rgynold Monson Margaret Winslow Chase Driggs Dora Conover Preston Kimball Il , V Raymond Pike Neva Litton Avis Bagley Glen Flowers H Elena Russell George Moss Margaret Wurzbach Arthur Hyde Guy Musser Edith Gunderson Dilworth Marchant William Richards Ora Bain y W J , B Page Fifty-four ' ' A I ' e ,, .-1. , 4 if L as -lm- ---- "...- z ,yyvf 41 31? ivqxsi' 1-F ' , --'.Zff,frf'7'fl"fw'g7iL Yixggiwiw 4 '44 J Q i gi k. l . Q. nam , --l. gi,, i5f1,',faf'f f if 1 X i X xxsff .- A A E1 1 Q, V E ix X a 5 W 5 l I I A , w Q6 ,A Page Fifty-five ir- , 5 fi . ffifi 1 ,V J ff Q, l -ll Q1 5, fi if! -,SQA V. Vg ---- .l. I - "- "L-' Vg' 9 A - l l , 3 Edith Burton A Helen Wright l , 5 Eclvarda Mackelprang Leroy Larson Eleanora Atkinson Lorraine Wilcox Leo Mortensen Elmer Gayler Lucille Lund Orville Rowsell . Wilma Porter Nephi Bierman Richard Van Natta Louise Wheeler Muerl Searle Archa Daniels 3 Alien Russon Alma Bricker Geneve Fagg l 1 Louise Terry Lewis Steadman Max Amundsen Ruth Lund , Kenneth Moore Viola Folker l Francis Taylor Loris Belcher ' Nichol Laurel Grace Hilton Clara Burton Lucy Lisonbee Crystal Pederson Page Fifty-six H W mn J 7 5 K rua-- .in nw -'2'lJ1vf' 4 wg' WYWNNQ- 3 - tg--V Gfi. -- ,, ef 1 - ? WH if Sw., M zffiejgfi A0 fix Q-Sfxfiif ST - . l------ j- g- -jf.. f if iff 1 Ng - 1125113 JC ------l"""-'- , - ,f Ja' ., ' ' X I , " -....--., .--.v.. 77-777 vi ... c ' Y .., Page Fifty-seven if f ' 3 -TW- A B , Il II Robert Taylor A Lamar Gardner Michio Sasaki Cora Ramshaw Herbert Plewe Orin Mortensen - Anna Wozab I Maurine Mackay Carter Langdon Elaine Bowthorpe Silas Ellis Beulah Jamison .Beatrice Parsons Jack Robertson Smith Burbidge Dean Horne 'I , Glenn Stewart Edna Ogrzewalla Burl Draper ll ' t Cecil Shaw Elorie Peterson Dorothy McGregor Austin Miller Vero Peterson Paul, Beuhner Edna4James George Springer Harold Vance Paul Harris Wallace Johnson I, Dwight Sackett Page Fm-.agm fffg s 'ZVJIW' WEE iqixwav 3 14.3, ' ' .2 Q X ,11 :.:' ffm .x ,, ',fff:',- -fggiiqi ,i , ' lx Xi: 1 ' 'ifwxl La- V V , - - l.... -- fy-'1., FH' U' K.. I x .gr W -L V' -Q . " "T .f ,,:-f , ' ' xv , ,ax -'X'-V 'f ' L. A 1 7 V w 1 V w W V 1 w i QB, Page Fifty-nine N Page Sixty lfdllii su ' ' JJ H35 ' 4 1, if -gf' i its -, fgxQ,:5g,4i Agn -.wfyrv c www' 1- C . W 7 . JOSEPHINE ENSIGN CARLOS HULSE BERNICE PUGH Vice-President President Secretary The Class of '31 s The trial flight is over. The "Class of '31" has tried its wings and motor and having found nothing amiss, now rests in its hangar for a brief period await- ing the time when it shall start on the second lap of the High School Flight. Though everything was comparatively new to its members at first, this class wisely chose Carlos Hulse, Josephine Ensign, and Bernice Pugh as its leaders, and with the help of Miss Schafer and Mr. Hillam soon became ac- customed to the new school life and, having caught the true spirit of the Red and Blue, made wonderful plans and preparations for the remainder of their four-year trip. And if, during the coming three years, these new students continue on as they have during the past one, when finally the "Ship of '3l" glides onto the field of "Journey's End," the students who have so faithfully piloted it can think back of the past four years' work and honestly say, "Well done." I , or E E l Page Sixty one H Marece Maxwell Ella Seeger Lavil1a'Davis Vera Bain H Eva Smart Winnifred Nilsson hrma Beckstrand Ronald Pearce Bill Derbidge ' Norxna Janes Frank Cossey Joseph Frank Malcolm Anderson Inez Bocco Gladys Green in Charles Jones I Isabel llfright Metha Peterson - Elva Johanson Paul Frederickson ' Pete Zdunich Helen Coleman -. . Aaron Carter Ellsworth Larsen . H Donald Madsen Mildred Wright Taye Kone Loraine Seely ' Elm-,a Osguthorpe James Jensen Clara Brighton Ardis Neff Beth Bundy Effie Smart Myrtle VanBuskirk Page Sixty-two ' J'ff5,r'.Efv , rj. Qx ' wif .5 by avg' -'zfafafrvf' sk-J 'lriwwww an ' ' 32. Sy if sg -'a f f ?'j7l4 wav- Q . . ,..-ff .J . if , vu "' .1 Q 5 -lr ks 9 V.. ,S S , N . A 4 T -nl, . my , ,X ,1 S I J. ,gk I SP : SQ z K L Q 955 L, 'QQ215 x . - ,F , ig, 'B' -mf X my fggfiiglvt ' ,gf l A """-....... gm-.. .. . , I y i 4 Page Sixty-three .ff T gf' -, i""'-i------. or f ffl' ' qniksfiylfd Q iwxgx Guy Howells Leland Metcalf, Thaoe Wright Harold Kesler J' Paul Pola Charles Jorgensen i Rex Brush Evelyn Stout Gladys Hills Vernal DuVander II Erma Spencer a Alice Lambert l A Leah Fisher Stewart Bagley Shirley Nilson Florence Berg Seymour Taylor Shirley Jackson Grace Worthen Clarence llllcEwan Ashal Rigby 'J Marva Sander ' Lincoln Johnson Harold Bodine l Clara Baldini Andreyv Adams J Jack Kingsley Gertrlide Vandenhkker Milton Parker A Maynard Gardner K John Knudaen Wilber Webh Graden Siler Owen McEwan 3 iQ J Page Sixty-four ff' si 9-5? i 1 i 1 Q . i r i i ll H , 4 K i n an i M i li In li I w l Q 1 I 1 w i A 1 N w 'N N N M 'w ,M ,N W W 1 ,+, . 'H WfgggggggW2fhgggii51:::fff7 Page Sixty-fivt i9hyllis Hedman Priscilla Musser K Orletta Gotchy Dorotlry Kmidsen J Rum Phillips nemiee Cardwell , Elva Ranck Wayne Jacobson Otto Ruflin Lillian Clarkson Bennie Peiligfinei .J ' Edwin Johanson Edgar. Niederhauaer' Helen ?Jensen Merl Miller . M John Kimball Vlretlaa Harrison u Barbara Moore b Lois Williams.. A Eric Hubner Edward Richards ' .Wilma Thorup , V , - .- . Fred Wink A Kenneth Torgerson ll Wellis Johnson' Thelnia Clarlc , Yiola Jenlrins Ervin Burt LaVerda Parsons oefton Naylor, A Verna Aamodt X Jane Cahoon A .b Melva gander A ' Mary Stillman. A Helen Thorum J ,QQ Page Sixty-six . I , M 0,- 5 4 f" ' 1 xxx' ff',1-1. 5, ik tix '-QQ,-X tk f 1 ---1. X. Q 'jf "L, ' Q, B wx 'ET"S,Z-41 L ft I Y . if W PQ8, Page Sixty seven Page Sixty-eight hr, Am '+ 1 - Q-V.. t -A 4 , . ,Q . A U 1 ,fb n 1 11' F J . , '-y. A ,Q ,Z W 'fp 41 :3 , , ,' A " 5 f 1 -Mgr 3" N 3 L .I -.D ...Y . . .I ,Jig 9 -1-A.?tg:g,!'1, . x ' -N 111- . 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W 7 ' Q Q f pyj M,l,hli,'1 ,, 'Q 5 .N I 1 V .,4,l , ' 'V-- -sm P , 1 , ' , W V' A W ' 1 v "' - ' h A' V fV' 7.. Q ,, ' . 'M I 1 1 ' 4 ' - . t fh V. ' - - ,vi U, .I .,l1, 7717,-J,-4-I .,f - ff' is VST sg, ,,, Q Q5 iff! ji X-4233. fl' 'X' sbt? xii i' E a d JOHN HOWE, President VIOLA WHITE, Vice-President ELMO SMITH, Secretary FRANK MOSS, Yell Master Student Body P The chosen officers for the year 1927-28 directed student body affairs at Granite both energetically and efficiently. Much of the success of this orgam zation in the year's work was due to the enthusiasm of these officers. They Were: John Howe, President: Viola White, Vice-President: Elmo Smith, Secretary: and Frank Moss, Yell-Master, who was ably assisted by Don Wagstaff and Bill Casady. , v Y 1 l ' l l Page Sixty-nine ..-f n, yy? I' s in f f 5g!g?: axe -ee 1 1 C S- I r LESLIE XVALLING LAMAR LINDSAY HAROLD I-IINTZE WILLIAM GREEN Student Court The student court continued to deal out justice to all offenders this year as it has done in the past. All criminals were treated fairly and favors were granted to none. It is to be hoped that in the future all courts will be as effici- ent as was the court of the past year. The court officials were Harold Hintze, Judge: Leslie Walling, Secretary: LaMar Lindsay, Bailiff: William Green, Prosecuting Attorney. Page Seventy - l l l z I I l ,W I H -, PQ age-- ,--,-.:,... i tg- A E r X-Sgfgggggi-LT 41, ,,i7j,,,n v yasuwg v.. Q , Duane Ballard Lewis Darby Maevonne Rees Florence Wurzbach Katherine O'Connor Ervon Fairbanks Frances XVatson William B. Maughan Merritt Baird Jack Bagley Granitian Year Book It has been the aim of the year book staff of 1927-28 to produce an annual Worthy of its name-Granitian. Aviation, a comparatively new of commerce and progression was chosen as the theme of the book. A sincere attempt was made to compile a record of personal and interests which would give joy to the readers. J , 1 branch school H i Page Seventy-one la M 3 Nik at I ff 'K .Q .kr - gg 1t,4 ,Q 'h if-" -'kevyrv vga e wasp' KATHRYN O'CONNOR FLORENCE WURZBACH MISS SELBY DOROTHY DARBY FERN REES WOODWARD CANNON Granitian Paper Although less interest was shown in THE GRANITIAN paper at the first of the year than is usual, the staff, by hard work, overcame this difficulty and made a success of writing and editing the paper. Because the staff was so small, the paper was published but once each month. A magazine edition was substituted for the May number. The staff members for the year 1927-28 were: Kathryn O'Connor, Editor: Woodward Cannon, Sports Editor: Fern Rees, Dorothy Darby, Florence Wurzbach, Reporters. Miss Selby was the editorial advisor. J Page Seventy-tw0 ' , fir 5 1' fgif 7 .Q 5: 5 1. -V. 1.1. , i at , i.....1 'l-1 25- jig 'Iefff fr- af' Ai' - ,Eg-Lxflhrgl X, -1'--'- ' yyrvf e RSSNQ--' Y---1 E . . T Reed Mackay Le Roy Hillam, coach Irad Casto Ray Barnes Severin Ulmer Stock and Grain judging n Under the coaching of Mr. Hillam, the Granite stock and grain judging teams did some excellent Work. Several contests were participated in and in all of them the teams made a creditable showing. I Although the stock judging team worked hard, they failed to place in any of the contests during the year. - The grain judging team Won first place at the state fair with Irad Casto II high man in all classes of judging. He was also high man in the judging of sugar beets. The grain judging team consisted of Irad Casto, Severn Ulmer, and Reed Mackay. Ray Barnes Won third place in the poultry judging contest at the state fair, ,.n,,..T,cnc s ave- I -r Q6 Page Seventy-rhfbe K 'T 'IZI' .X ,Lff,3aj.Efi Si? Qfff'x.- N 4 -A iwl gr. aff., pl. gif , sg ,pri -... gr, -v12,f,eb,'y'Y 4 Sk,-71 a XYRS' J , Q Dramatics Page Seventy-four The annual dramatic production of the Granite High School, under the direction of the coach, Mrs. Wilcox, proved a huge success. The play chosen for this year's presentation was 'The Haunted House," an American comedy in three acts, by Owen Davis The play was presented four times and each was very successful. It was first staged at the Jordan High School on December 14-th and was next given at Granite in a matinee on December 15th and in the evening on December 16th. The final perform- ance was given in the West High School auditorium during Christmas Cheer Week. Large crowds were in attendance at all the performances. The cast was unusually well balanced this year with no individual stars. All of the players gave exceptional interpretations of their parts. 7 nn, 0hf',:Zn,M , J,,... lx mln? nagging 1 it, b ' Han JL r Y WN ""z.g'7vc2?'1?',?'5'l'GfQ'W q6,m,:.HQvW ho, l' 'qsfpqlf gym' Z f i U ,..-r,.-r,.,,--., .... -. M- e ms, 5 g 1,39 xg il ,ffm 1 9311- V 1..- ,f ,,':.H 25 age" , ax-fif 1-,ig-:TM ig 'l -:zyylv . i Hwwmm' E - I I HAROLD HINTZE LILLIAN STOKES PAUL HARRIS MARY GREETHAM BLANCHE PEGG A LEWIS DARBY DWAYNE PARKER MRS. WILCOX WILLIAM CASADY DONALD WAGSTAFF LESLIE WALLING FRANK MOSS Morgan, the Tramp .,L, Emily, the Bride ...... Jack, the Groom .......... Thomas, the Chauffeur Duncan, the Author Helen, the Wife ....... Isabel, the Girl .,....... Ezra, the Constable ..... Ed, the Milkman .,...., Grogan, the Detective ,..., Evans, the Father ....,.. CAST OF CHARACTERS -------Frank Moss r,,,--,Li1lian Stokes -------DWayne Parker ,--------Haro1d Hintze William Casady -------Mary Greetham --------Blanche Pegg ------Don Wagstaff -------Paul Harris , ,Leslie Walling --,r-Lewis Darby L JQ6, I LL, S rrrrr ,S no or ,N- Page Seventy-fiv 2 Page Seventy-six E 6 -fi if' 111 , Ti.--lik? "se, K I., , . , iii M Q 7 I Harold Hintze Mrs. Smith, coach Milton Erickson Arnol Reed Frank Moss Debating In keeping with Granite's reputation for developing one of the leading contenders for state championship honors in debating, the team of 1927-28, consisting of Milton Erickson and Harold Hintze, affirmative, and Arnol Reid and Ted Moss, negative, made an enviable record. - At the first of the year the outlook was not very bright as there was no experienced material to pick from, but through hard work and the capable coaching of Mrs. Smith, some excellent results were accomplished. Tooele Cyprus, Jordan, and Davis, and though no decision was given in these debates the Granite teams showed promise of much strength. Following these practice debates, both teams swept through their division contests without a defeat and earned the right to enter the quarter finals of the state. These they won from Wasatch and Parowan. We are proud of the work that our debaters have done in upholding Granite s reputation, and we hope that they succeed as well in future debating as they have done in the past year. l O In practice debates the teams met Lincoln, Pleasant Grove, Murray. 1 .Ag ff. ,'f,'f "1 ' 5 Xfifs- :S-:ilk AV , -'-- -zfyyfvf ' ' is-'sxxwa' N54 .v-N Athletzcs Q u I x QV. L V- k , , , ,.V,, V M A ' ' ,QQ .L K, . - k ' ' ,L Q " ' "" 'jwgw .,:jf C' . , 'ff' -HW Y ' , 'wiy V -:'L?'W"P.g f'QR'-?- wif ,g ' ' ' 4 ,, ,. fi' -, IT ff ' ' ' I4 . 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H.,12 , E., .,f. ,.,.J,, ,,...,,, L,f...f5.:ef..u,.W-M5154-' maj. 5. u,1, ,: ,,, H, ,- , -. , M 'Me 2 .- of-T-, ' . L ,, pfilffjigiff i1.f'fi,El3-1-gs, it . -Wm V-f -Q ' ,N i -zvyrff wmv- 7 SAMUEL BAIRD REX SUTHERLAND CECIL BAKER Coaches During the year of 1927-28 Granite was represented in all branches of athletics by teams which proved themselves to be among the leading contenders in the state. Coupled with the determination and fight for which Granite is noted throughout the state was a remarkable showing of team work which put our school among the leaders in every sport. The football team gained the reputation of being the strongest defensive team in the state, the basketball team showed up as one of the best in the state tournament, the baseball team was near the top of the ladder during the whole season, and the track and swimming teams were among the strong contenders for championship honors. The Granitian coaching department added a new member to its staff this year in the person of Cecil Baker. a star of the U. A. C. basketball and track teams of a few years ago. "Cece" assisted in football and track coaching and was head coach in basketball Where he developed a Wonderful team for his first year in the school. Rex Sutherland, at Granite for his sixth year, developed one of the finest football teams that has represented Granite on the gridiron for some time. Lat- er in the year he duplicated this act with the baseball team and besides this he assisted in the basketball coaching. Rex was a Granitian of fame in the first years of Granite's existence: he also made an enviable record at the University of Utah. LeRoy Hillam who helped in the football coaching, was also a star in his high school and college days. He was on the football team at the Salt Lake High School and also a star on the U. A. C. track team for several years. Sam Baird had charge of the track and swimming teams and he developed serious contenders in both of these sports. Sam starred on the track team of the B. Y. U. before coming to Granite as a coach. I , E , Page Seventy seven IJ l'I gil' x ' ,far K '---- 1.-- e -ayyw ' X ! WNws- Awww Leslie Walling Elmo Smith V Ivan Smith Reuben Jolley Football Granite's football team made an enviable record for the 1927 season. At the first of the year Granite was rated as an unknown quantity by critics throughout the state but as the season progressed she proved herself to be among the state's leading contenders for the title. Granite made the reputation of having the strongest defensive team in the state, and although we did not get the chance to play in the finals, we were rated among the leaders. This year's team was considered to be the best since the wonder team of 1923. ' The first game with Provo was a practice contest and proved that the team had plenty of fight but needed more training to become a smooth organ- ization. This game ended in a 0-0 tie. By the first league tilt the team had showed marked improvement and we held the strong East team to a tie score, O-0. From that time on the team exhibited almost flawless ball. They played another scoreless tie with the Saints, lost to Vv'est by a single touchdown fthe only defeat of the seasonl, overwhelmed the Weber men, and beat the Jordan Bernard Brockbank Loraine Whitely Carlos Smith Seth Horne . , W Page Seventy-eight Q fl' ' 3 ,, g,i'34:'lf' -If i . i V-Q i ' X fs, vga: 5. QV . 'iviiv ' vga saws I lla xx I 1 l Frank Christensen LaMar Lindsay Phil Buehner Pete Huxford team in a thrilling contest. They beat Davis in a post-season game and then, to cap the climax, played Twin Falls, Idaho, to a 6-6 tie on Thanksgiving day. In "Christie" Granite had the state's outstanding player of the season. He played the entire season without a substitution and was chosen as captain of the mythical all-state team. Two other men received all-state honors. They were Reuben Jolley, the big tackle, and Elmo Smith, the clever little captain and end. Besides these several others received second team and honorable men- tion honors. The scores for the season's games were: Granite 0, at Provo 0 Weber 0 at Granite 26 East 0, at Granite O Granite 20, at Jordan 0 Granite 0, at Saints 0 Granite 32, at Davis 0 West 6, at Granite 0 Granite 6, at Twin Falls 6 l l Clarence Jackson Francis Jarrard, athletic manager, Harry Aardema Neil Bunker l i l 1 v, gow. ,sss gw,,,-Wa-I -Cao .... ,mr ..... .-.G M , Page Seventy-nine if User -rzfflffv fig ws. C' ff', -fi I no an-ff 4, ' ' w I l Milton Erickson Jack Bagley Ervon Fairbanks l Douglas Brighton Oliver Thompson Orson Gunderson LeGrand Pratt SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL SCORES Granite 25, East 9 Granite 18. West 15 l Granite 20, L. D. S. 27 Granite 20, East 37 Chester Johns Leon Young Shirley Cook Wendell Stringfellow Kenneth Tame Frank Moss Bill Casady l l I Page Eighty LAL-Ni HB, M -, , 45 ji 6 ?' wi wx X -231, R Carlos Smith Royal Jensen Seth Horne Nile Mackay Jack Howe Verne Turpin Pete Huxford Lamar Lindsay Neal Bunker Frank Christensen Basketball Granite's basketball team this year surpassed that of any recent year. Like the football team, it was rated as an unknown quantity at the first of the year and not until several games had been played was the strength of the Granite entry realized. All of the games were taken by a large margin until the first Saints game when we were beaten in the last few minutes by a small margin. This defeat did not dampen the spirit of either the team or the student body, however, and we went through the rest of the season without defeat until the next Saints game, when we were again beaten. This second defeat made it necessary to play a game with Grantsville, the Jordan division runner-up, for a place in the state tournament. We won this game and a place in the tourney. This is the first time for several years that a Granite team has won a place in the state tournament and enthusiasm ran high among the students. The first night we won our game from Monroe and the second night were slated to play the Saints for the third time. This game was by far the most hotly contested of the tourney and both teams played their best brand of ball: however, we again lost to the Saints by only a few points. The following night we won from Davis in an exciting game and the final night lost our fourth game of the season to Springville. I E J Page Eighty one ,M-:L a Ewa L 4 I . R --,,,r,,,,,,, ', c. Page Exgh ty-two , mr - 'E w fs? ,-., ' ' f , J , 'f ., ' V ' ,'-' zf N ' f, '1 W-wr A, , ,m rs l t f SECOND TEAM Ivan Smith Irvine Miller Shirley Cook Elmo Smith Francis Jarrard Raymond Jones Bernard Brockbank Claude Bennion The Granite men showed splendid team work throughout the year with little individual starring. Jenson was the choice for an all-state position at guard and Captain Frank Christensen won the position of center on the sec- ond all-state team. The work of these two men was almost flawless and a great amount of the team's success is due them. Lindsay at one forward played a beautifully consistent floor game throughout the season while Turpin at the other forward did some sensational basket shooting. He seldom failed to convert a try at the goal. Bunker, Horne, and Mackay, alternating at the other guard position, made a well balanced team and one that Granite can well be proud of. The season's record is as follows: Granite 50, East 30 Granite 43, West 31 Granite 103, Westminster 9 Granite 22, Saints 44 Granite 44, West 22 Granite 35, Grantsville 31 Granite 32, Saints 37 Granite 41, Monroe 20 Granite 35, East 34 Granite 26, Saints 29 Granite 102, Westminster 8 Granite 29, Davis 22 Granite 16, Springville 21 A aafa ,-,aa - at aaaa aaare 1. 2628, I I I I I II I I I 'I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I .I II ,Ii I 4 I I I I ,.3gif7'i'Fi1f'fy,EI??f V iV?7f,' a., , aa--afjgg,g His .X QI A - Q, A a aa a I K- af .. I I , ,IM f E "" " II I III .I I II I I II I PI :I IIII III I I 'II- ,II I I I s I I I SOPHOMORE TEAM Cox Lester White Louis White Taylor Headman Baird, coach a Buehner Player Summerhays Ellis II , II I I IQ I, If I II I SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SCORES QI Granite 30, East 29 Granite 41, East 19 I I I Granite 28, Murra 9 Granite 21, Murra 23 I Y Y II Granite 13, West 28 Granite 27, L. D. S. 16 I I I I I I: II 9' I L ift, "ii W" 'Km' 2 A Q' J Page Eighty-three --'-'-1 lr '- fifii-E? Jig? 711: . f 1-6 2 av ffrsiwe-f A +-'Ii "i'?illV ' VA-'iii' 55835 19 1 1 Dobbs Morgan Rodney Olsen Le Grand Pratt Mark Hill Alfred Plume Claron Pratt Howard Byer l Swimming Although the Granite swimmers won but one meet during the season. ' they worked hard and placed high in several of the meets, losing three of them l l by only a few points. , I l Granite had many high class paddlers this year. Alfred Plume was one I of the best men in the state in the sprints. He won points for Granite in every i meet in which he was entered. Other swimmers who excelled were LeGrande Pratt in the dives, Mark Hill in the back stroke, and Chauncey McGarry in the sprints. Sam Baird was the swimming coach. The season scores are as follows: Granite 28 L. D. S. 38 . Granite 20 I., D. S. 46 Granite 30 Provo 36 Granite 23 Provo 43 Granite 32 East 34 Granite 37 East 29 Granite placed third on the State meet with twenty-nine points. A M, I Page Eighty-four 7211191-ff .i-:I ." sy l'-'i ,,,-vfavyigfl 'g li 'bk 1 lr-El r. N. Jarrard Lindsay Turpin C. Smith E. Smith n Johnson Young Whitely Huxford I. Smith Christensen Cook Howe South Johnson Baseball The Granite baseball team played consistently throughout the season and was recognized as one of the outstanding teams in the state. With seven letter men back at school, Rex had the foundation of a good team and by hard work he rounded the men into a smooth working machine. The big problem was in the pitching department. Lee Johnson, a vet- eran of two years, was again available, and he proved to be among the best twirlers in the state, but the difficulty lay in developing someone to help in this work. This difficulty was overcome by the discovery of John Howe who proved to be dependable as a relief pitcher. The rest of the team worked well together and supported the small p-itchl ing staff by some splendid fielding and batting. The first two games were postponed on account of unfavorable weather conditions. They Won the first two games by decisive scores but dropped the third to Jordan by a score of two to one. This, however, did not dishearten them, and they came back in the fourth to win from East by a large margin. The next game they lost to West by another score of two to one and in this game Granite was allowed but one hit while West gathered only two. These victories gave Granite a good chance to place high in this division. The schedule follows: April 16-Granite 19, L.D.S. 4 April 26--Granite 10, East 5 April 19-Granite l, Jordan 2 May l-Granite 1, West 2 April 24--Granite 16, Murray ll May 3--Granite 6, L.D.S. 4 Q6 Page Eighty flue X , X ,.,' . , ,, ,, L-,fygjgf 'Sl' " Q' I R c' D. Spencer ' Taylor I. Smith .Iarrard Jolley Bramwell Pratt Lindsay R. Spencer Christensen Irving Buehner Huxford E. Smith Goldstein Track Under the tutorship of coaches Sam Baird and Cecil Baker, the Granite team showed some excellent form in both track and field events. They started out well in the class track meet with some close competition and good marks. The Semors won this meet over the Sophomores by a small margin. The Jumors came thxrd and the Freshmen fourth. The Granlte men placed well in all of the cross country events with wins in both the C1ty Creek and the Jordan runs. They also did some good Work 1n the d1v1s1onal meets The men who excelled ln this work were Reuben Jolley, discus man who won first place in the Provo Invitational Meet, Frank Christensen in the shot- put Herman Goldstem and Ph1l Buehner in the sprints and relay, Raymond Spencer 1n the Javelin LeGrande Pratt in the pole vault, and Wayne Irving and Bob Taylor m the distances J Page Ezghty-six ,f Ti' ,lfm ?x is Q., 5, ', ff' Ei a K 3-xg:-fu, Q ' -gffyiv 9 gy W-'ins-' g S- I 73 ...f 9, ---- Ji' N 514 I i X --l-' g,,,,.jifQf 'g7ff35"f',' Ei? ' A 'E it vQfi,Q fl. :if Q I Girls' Athletics '23 VALENTINE GORLINSKI There are four big principles underlying girls' athletics. They are de- velopment of health, sportsmanship, agility, and joy. Participation by all the girls is encouraged and individual glory minimized. As many sports as pos- sible are indulged in and the highest point of proficiency attainable is sought I for in each of them. In swimming the girls study the various strokes, dives and stunts in pre- paration for inter-class and inter-scholastic meets. In hockey, baseball and track, the elements of the games are taught and put into practice in class meets. The schedule for girls' athletics was as follows: September, October and November, the hockey season: January, Febru- ary and March, the swimming season: the inter-class swimming meet held on March first was won by the Junior class. April and May was the baseball and track season. 1 i , Page Eighty-sever! ,-ff" ' 1 1 V V' ' l r r rerrrrir, ,, -M -,ff ,167 751 ,M 49 -J 5- 1 Q ,':',f" 24' ' is j x 4g-X-ETF V V -.....- - ---'- , 13,1-Vg' QE ? a 3WnQwSi" Q .. Maurme Jones Thelma Jensen Afton Parry Thelma Robmson Florence Bauer Ahce Rutherford Luella Wheeler Ruby Menbos Dorothy Burrows Jannette Maxwell Anne Kunkle Muriel Wxldet Dora Green Helen Roland Phyllls Pack La Verne Jensen , M i, if , r r I - Gge Y Y V W-iv WP----1 n Ev g' . f . 15 Y' 13 : 5:42 . . 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V, V: j 5 'V V. ,,,,, HV- Emil 1: WTJFESA '??1ff"'?5,,Qgp44i'3" " 2 V MHZ 1 VV 'V ' i ' " . ,fieggugni . V . ,P t .4 A R, 5, ..V.,V..,. 1 - -7... fm. fx, V., . I V V V,, ,,,, . , A V H .v Ak-, I vi g Mft, ,fn . ,fx-Vrpap, t 1, : Vw!! V F5 Vx , ,x V V ,V , ,,V, 5. - , B -, Agn' Av., 1:-V:-J, V ',VVNf-X L. QA V ff. , V, M 4 ,.V, X., -V' .L,3..f V X 5 1 ',f.Q,?, V .V j V V V .V ' 5 ff "'V - T ' " ' . 'Af' jg . 'fH f f" f Q" V" 1wi f'+. ,V V PV+i,1EVVV5:: A 'S V V il- ie 151, f, 5 Q -' .sts-f. 1 ..-.Z,,,yvf Xwxw' Q A A OFFICERS Clara Baldini Vilatc Woodbury Irene Coleman Vera Barratt Miss Lindquist, sponsor Linda Burton Beth Mackay Home Economics Clulo The Home Economics club is made up of girls in the Home Economics department. During the past year these girls have taken a great interest in club and school activities and have held a number of club parties under the direction of Miss Lindquist, the faculty advisor. These included a canyon party, a sleigh-riding party, and a swimming party. Besides all these social activities they presented two one-act plays and in other ways earned enough money to take a trip to Logan on an inspection tour of the Home Economics department of the U. A. C. They also presented two ferns for the decoration of our cafeteria. The officers were: Linda Burton, President: Vilate Woodbury, Vice- President: Vera Barratt, Secretary, The executive committee included Beth Mackay, Senior representative: Irene Coleman, Junior representative: Irma Gunderson, Sophomore representative: Clara Baldini, Freshman representative. We-...MM me J - .,... . Arr., and S -..rm- Q6 Page Eighty nm Q aw g, Q M2 ,,, it 1:3 . V ei'-'f'fi .Wim is , , f?1L' P- f ' .' ,, X' .f X, N - -- 4 .,..,,,-A . ,il Ml Eg A, A It I ,Ad x Q .Ri , X.. - ft- -PJ fa A we ' 81 l l ll 1, l l l l Qi ii Vera Peterson Mrs, Folsom Florence Okeson Dorothy Larson 'l' Ellen Francis Clara Burton Helen Coleman Pearl Ralph Alera McLing Helen Thorum Melvina Flinders , Zola Burns Margaret McCashland Miss Richardson Vivian Corbett Afton Wright Sadie Granberg Merle Miller Eleanor Phillips Inez Hurst Edith Crouch Elsie Nichols Ruth Hammerstrand Marie Davis Myrtle Van Buskirk Maisie Bcrgum Leta Woodruff Norma James Barbara Moore Marian Bennett LeReine Wonnacott Ruth Eldredge Ellen Francis Vero Petersen Verna Kartchner Helen Norberg Geneve Fagg Sarah Smith Crystal Pedersen QQ Page Ninety Gertrude Linnebach Lucy Lisonbee Inez Bocco Margaret Flowers Luella Shaw LaVon Petersen Anna Mae Hill Louise Linnebach Verna Aamodt Sarah Tame Helen Jensen Roma Marchant Norene Lewis Anna Baker Dora Carlston Deane Home Virginia Olsen Helen Savich Wilma Porter Afton Parry Lily Berry Winnifred Nielson Helen Roland Maurine Mackay Q Agnes Petersen Fern Rees June Ballard Dorothy Knudsen Pearl Carlston Ruth Liddle Elva Turnbow Vera Gunnerson Lois Wootton Ruth Thalman Miss Christensen Miss Henricksen Lenore Cutler Bernice Tame Page N inety-one X115 W l l LILLIAN STOKES HAROLD HINTZTE LOIS WOOTTON I Secretary ' President ' Vice-President Urans Club The Orans club was one of the livliest organizations in the school during the year 1927-28. The members supported their officers in the drives for in- creased school spirit and contributed much to the spirit of the school this year. The purpose of this club is to foster the Granite spirit and increase in- terest in public speaking. Its members are students in the public speaking ' classes. They sold streamers and megaphones for the school games and were instrumental in forming the parade to Jordan for the annual Jordan-Granite football game. They displayed enthusiasm at the pep rallies and were 10072: behind the team at the state basketball tournament. The club officers were: Harold I-Iintze, President: Lois Wootton, Vice- President: Lillian Stokes, Secretary and Treasurer. Mrs, Wilcox was the faculty advisor. as as .7 .. L LTL-. Page Ninety-two a, ,.r it fK'vs.x,Qg2..gsfa9e T T .:" ""i7lV'!"KG iikigxikwz' r - Kathryn O'Connor Mrs. Wilcox, sponsor l-avon Petersen Eugene Neff Philip Beuhner Hyrum Erickson Alfred Erickson Erma Yates William Czxsady lfcrn Reese Eva Myerhoffer Helen Roland Verna Kartcbner Ora Webb Vilate Woodbury Shirly Heugly Everett Lingwall Leslie Walling Arnol Reed Jack Bagley John Howe Veness Nielson Lillian Frickburg Elwood Spencer Ervon Fairbanks Peter Olson Lucile Howell Page Ninely- three ,,, ,,.,,, ,. , ..i..-.,... ...- ..,1.....,.. - --l--'-M---- . F . .. ' .ek v.ai W' ff if Seminary '93 JOHN M. WHITAKER ' From the first class of about twenty-five students formed sixteen years ago, the Granite Seminary has grown to be one of the largest in the state. The father of this institution was Joseph F. Merrill, present Commissioner of Church Schools. He was followed by T. J. Yates and G. C. Wilson who conducted Bible Classes. Elder John M. Whitaker, the present principal, es- tablished the seminary as it now exists. The purpose of the seminary is threefold. It tends to raise the scholar- ship of the students. to better their moral standards, and to create ga spirit of good fellowship among them. The faculty of the seminary was enlarged this year from two members to three. It now consists of John M. Whitaker, Principal, and C. E. Dalby and K. K. Blacker. There has been the closest possible relationship between the pupils and teachers of the seminary and the high school during the 'past few years. The graduating class of 1927-28 consisted of forty-two members, each of whom completed the required three year course satisfactorily and received class pins and diplomas. The graduating exercises, held in the Burton Ward chapel, included five-minute talks by four of the members of the graduating class. The seminary students are unanimous in stating that the seminary work has been an invaluable aid to them both morally and scholastically and they wish to express their gratitude to the institution and the faculty for the good they have received from it. , . Page N mety-four I s. Ruth Eldredge Viola XVhite Delsa Poulson Ray Pola Beth Mackay Frank Mallory Phyllis Pack Garnet Eldredge Reed Mackay Margeret Nowell Spencer Ohlin Ruth Carlson Walter Gehring Margaret Espenchied Anna Mae Hill Joseph Fisher Vivian Corbett Edith Crouch Donald Wagstaff Ruela North Gwen White Loraine Whitely Verona Reynolds Carl Johansen Ruby Meibos Ronald Geertsen Helen Geertsen Vilate Woodbury Virginia Olsen John Arnold Floyd Fagg Ralph Baker Ora Webb Freda Crosbey Earl Ottley Gayle Hatch Zola Burns Lenore Cutler David Loertcher Kenneth Todd Wanda Gustaveson Inez Hurst Maurine Jones Page Ninety-five S IJ QNX 1:-S .ka J ,rj 7' . sql tx S gilt! F :Q l 'aware vga! Suns' Granart Guild The interests of the Granart Guild during 1927-28 have- been directed toward sponsoring an appreciation for and enjoyment of the Fine Arts in Granite High School. Through the efforts of the Guild, various col- lections by Utah artists have been exhibited at the school for the benefit of the student body. The Guild has held regular meetings during the school year at which Utah artists have told of their own works and those of their contemporaries. The work of the Guild has been done under the leadership of Verna Kartchner, President: Mae- vonne Rees, Vice-Presidentzi Neva Litton, Secretary! and Ervon Fairbanksp Treasurer. Miss Doremus was the sponsor. Page Ninety-six or JQ6 '1 sy. ,.-wf""g7- N '0lf'14i, Hers'-"W 1 .,4:fg ' fm , Y., :'fx9ayB23irw:.'w. .. 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1, f11 '11 iff 42" if Qliffkvm 1. . .--U , ,,.,, . . -.fqfff L' Ml: ' .ii P ivr1:Ex35'l- QS - 1 Ia-sei 3 1 2 L 1-tsivyw swf-tafriwf:-f 11 ' 11 11 1, 11 11 11 1 1 .1 1 .,1 1 '1 '1 11 11 1 1 11 1 11 1 V 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 11 1 1 11 P 11 11 1 11 11 ,1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 Ervon Fairbanks, Treasurer Dtiane Ballard Merritt Baird Zola Burns Mary Freeze Neva Litton, Secretary Miss Doremus, Sponsor Verna Kartchner, President Glenn McDonald Paul Harris Raymond Pike Harold Broomhead Eugene Widerburg 11 Anna Mae Hill Erma Yates Myrtle Black Maevonne Rees, Vfce-President Evelyn Sandburg Marva Saunders Phyllis Pack Olive Danforth Winnifrcd Nielson Donald Wagstaff 1, 1 f1 ' " Page Ninety-seven 14: y, ' lumix ranite Athletic Girls. The G. A. G. club, under the sponsorship of Miss Gorlinski, has just completed a successful year in Granitian history. The members of this club participated in a series of club activities which contributed greatly to interest in the club. ' . They started the year out with the initiation of the dancing girls at Lib- erty Park. This was followed by the girls "get acquainted" party with the Halloween idea prevailing throughout. A roller skating party and a doll party at which over two hundred dolls were contributed towards the Christmas cheer cause followed in close succession. During the Christmas holidays club members took part in the Utah Dancing Association program at the West High School after which a party was given at the home of Miss Gorlinski. The presentation of a military assembly, participation in the Y. M. C. A. water carnival, and a carnival dance presentation for the benefit of the student body were also a part of the seasonfs , - -i- 5, gf ffm inf If 51-XQ.3....,g -al "-'il -zyylv a 951 wav' c " program. On April twenty-seventh they presented the annual dance, revue in con- junction with the members of the boys' clogging class before a crowded audi- torium. Following this, on the fourth of May, the annual Girls Dance, which proved to be one of the biggest events of the year. was given. p A fitting finale to the year's program was the girls' award assembly on May 14, where several girls were awarded for participation in club and school activities. ' The officers of the club Were: Louise Linnebach, President: Virginia Freebairn, Vice-President: LaVerne Jensen, Secretary: Gertrude Linnebach, Treasurer: Sarah Smith, Song Leader: Winnifred Nielson and Mildred Wright, Freshman Representatives: Donna Harrison and Evelyn Stout, Sophomore Representatives: Thelma Jensen, Junior Representative: Relia Ball, Senior n Representative. Page N inety-eight .. c 'QB' -c - OFFICERS LaVerne Jensen Evelyn Stout Miss Gorlinski, Sponsor Sarah Smith Virginia Freebairn Mildred Wright Relia Ball Winnifred Nielson Thelma Jensen Louise Linnebach Gertrude Linnebach Donna Harrison Page Ninety-nine ,fbi Engineers' Club The Engineers club has enjoyed, during the past year, one of the most successful seasons in its history. The members cooperated with the officers to make the club activities unusually interesting. The officers were: Lewis Dar- by, President: Loraine Whitely, Vice-President: Oliver Thompson, Secretary and Treasurer. Mr. Hilton was the faculty advisor. The social activities in which the members participated increased interest in club life noticeably. They had several parties including a swimming party and a watermelon bust: Besides these activities, they made many contributions for the welfare of the student body. They gave several picture shows in the auditorium which were well attended by the students. They also installed a score board in the gymnasium for use in basketball games, which was greatly appreciated. o rM..-s.s-...-...! - ..-nos Page One Hundred E i . Q7 if . Q .-.L l , 5, ,ff-H gif ' 5 n '- .H+.s,gj7.-5N, i - ffyyw ' vga' 'WHwxw- ff? " if Tri ,xii R . --l-- . 1.50 55 2 2 " I A 1 ,,,.,, , ffe 4f?f"7 3 A ' is Q - in 'EM' ii i i 'l . r A e W f ' K -f' I il 1 wil I I ll ll 1 i ' i l I 5 r l l l l 'Q T!! yi Mr. Hilton, Sponsor Blaine Gardner Hugh Tucker Guy Howells John Knudsen Dwight Sackett Harold Kesler Melvin Wiseman Meredith Jones, Reporter Denton Chambers Lewis Darby, President Andrew Glad Vernal DuVander Sherman Doyle Glen Flowers Winston Palmer Yasuo Sasaki Max Amundson Loraine Whitely, Vice-President Alma Bricker Oliver Thompson, Secretary 1 Seymore Taylor Ronald Pearce Lorraine Seeley Howard Byce Wendall Stringfellow VJillard Davidson Dec Rowsell Frank Cossey Andrew Adams Dwayne Parker Reed Mackay J lg f Page One Hundred O DP 'Wi' ...:::g. ..::g....,.....K W X R P' CLOGGERS Page One Hundred TWO Humor ww... 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' ' N' rf' 1 , :ws 'JW " ' ' 2"?'-,1'2" g.,, ' z' I gs i n A 3 ' vi in qi J am .z g pn qg z lh b n M ,, f- ' - , , A - A' " - - 1 J , I4 ' F' V 'L I- 51 f V l aw. . j i n g : Lg. 'WWE in tif, g"gm1.wivfLHiE'g If M . 4- r ' .,A . --1'-T-' gr, A-sfzwff i f NN ' , " rdf' 5 I Efawsxk x 1-l""'l'l Humor Section FOREWORD The part of this chronicle which follows is undoubtedly some of the best original work we could do, although it is decidedly not all we could do along that line. , j n Vie already fear that a number of these deep dark cracks will be unin- telligible to the freshmen and sophomores, but in that case we would advise them to get Mr. Wallace, Mr. Hillam, MrfBurningham, or anyone else who has a good enough reputation at this kind of problem, to unravel and explain them to the aforementioned. We hope the Juniors will enjoy them, and that the Seniors will not be bored to tears or extinction Cwhichever it is that Seniors get bored to, if anyj. To you people who are mentioned, either complimentarily or otherwise, we say "Don't take it to heart, we don't mean a word of it." Now we're going to be very independent and tell you that if you aren't tickled by what we write, just see how much funny stuff you can grind out some morning when you sit up until three o'clock like: we did, and try to study history with one eye and compose jokes with the other. CEven if you don't compose jokes with your eye, we trust you get what we meanj . All the humor you get in this way would be very much appreciated by next year's staff. Variety is said to be the spice of life, and it has been our intention to supply you with some. ln case you can't find any, the only other places We can recommend are Earl Carrol's "Scandals" or Kresses. All right, esteemed reader, set the smelling salts and ammonia near, adjust your bifocals, and let us penetrate the wilderness that lies ahead. U-Xnd "lies" isn't any too strong a word to describe this sectionj LIGHTS! ACTION! CAMERA! J S Page One Hundred Thre gi Jff? N QXQ' "Fifa Q-Xxfx Ziff c:f'f'fg171f, he .LP 'j2Zy'fV ' ' WWE P y I I l l 1 4 I. SINCE the preceding part OF this masterpiece is thoroughly DEDICATED TO and saturated with AVIATION or air travel. WE, in a pioneering frame of mind, NOT wishing to FLY so high LOVINGLY, fearfully, unwillingly, and gladly Dedicate THIS part to THE only SAFE means of travel- BY FOOT. SHANKS PONIES are always IN- TERESTING, ,, Al,..?.Q., L-, ' fn Q Him HW-, - , DEDICATION WHETHER you COME to school on them. Or LEAVE school on them, or go SHOPPING or DANCE: Or if you patronize Fanchon And Marco's "IDEAS," or the ZIEGFIELD FOLLIES: Or, just as good, if you PARK at the FOOT of The Library Building STEPS. Giddap, Silas, Dri-i-i-i-i-ve on. ,,,-+,W tctc E-Ww,W, :Dom DE- I Page One Hundred Four ..i.. - c 7, 1 331- . ....-...i , K- ,.,,L,A' -8,544 I N NN 2 ggk'x,,i . 1- ", f 4 ,Eff ' ' ffl ' , ix ' " "X-fa E" ' -254.11 'f QM ikwww-' A . 1 4 I Calendar September- i 6-The beginning of school was a horrid at surprise , E To 900 students who dislike getting . wise, lfsg X C , ' The Freshies got lost, and the Seniors 'lc 'L ,,,,5,, fs don't care " UN I-'ff' .3 So to all first day periods they both . IA 'ci gave the air. , 7-First lessons assigned, but the pupils don't fear, I Shaved heads and striped overalls stylish i l X this year. W Now from the Maud" doors they have ovEYd 5 , taken the latch 1 And for program's a speech by our own ' X ' "l'il3lY i Mr. Hatch. X I if I5-Miss Lindquist starts campaign 'gainst ,-ff WAKE 3 V paint, rouge, and petting, an ood ou.. E 16- The Frosh win flag rush, the Seniors T by Q P get wetting, i Qi f x 21-For our games this year a yellmaster we've A A x - -1-1, Teiioulidiss, tho he's chubby, gets over T! X the ground. W 23-We played our friend Provo, nothing- X,-,xxp QSTH5 nothing, a tie, bis' PLS ' 1 QT October- ff! 4- The same with East Side: No, this isn't N QL!! a lie. Xgxkbw 10-G. A. G. elects officers, dainty and sweet NNN Lm XX 14- Once more zero tie with L.D. when we GAS . meet. -Q0 li 17-The play "Haunted House" to the students X9 A was read, i 20- West beats us by six points-our good 1 Mxqhv luck has fled. , -illlqggiim , 20-The play tryouts held and eighty advance, 20- Alumni have homecoming, program, 255 QVQ' s 'X and dance. I vcr 4 , . 20-The papers come out: Miss Doremus's eye New l ElC,'i'llOYlS 25- Causes rush to join art club, its soft to X i 1,004 Er than guess why. art' tl? aber sf.. Wov-45. 26-The Christensen dancers-Kinkajou, Gig- I ' olo. . gfm M 27- G. A. G. masquerade, "Who're you?" K9 "I dunno." -X, 28-We win from the Weber, 26 to naught -kr score , . Ox Jack s told Donna loves him, could he ,.' ' 'N ask for more? C. if 31-Oran's club 'niatiations postponed for a ' .1-,-Y... day, r BJ Qi LQVE HEY 5 "It's too cold for hula skirts" Walling 14: , too Q I did say. -1229? 5 31-LaVon's the most high powered salesman you've seen. In Pub. Speaking we're persuaded to buy Listerine, c c ccccc Page One Hundred Five Q11 1 F Nxt 'T 'W ' ,-? W iff-.4 I A S1f1X'Sg':f'?iij - -A 4, iillf 1 ig via gg cr 'Biblia Q, - '- -zafyw aku wus- -'Y A 5- 1 November- Z-As assembly arrangers the Seniors are punk Waming speeches by street car men sure- ly are bunk. 4-Yellmasters get sweaters for the Jordan High game, We win twenty to naught, adding much to our fame, 7-That there's no team like our team was shown us today. We had a pep rally to thank them for good play. ' 9-Our assembly postponed, which makes week very grey, But it's only put off until Armistice Day. 11-We won 32-naught in the Davis High game, Our team's surely bringing their school state-wide fame. ll-Armistice Day program's the same as be- fore, The guns fired their volleys just outside the door. After two minutes silence, people all want ' to prance. And tonight's a good time, it's the ll Student Body dance. 11-Mr. Ecker comes back, some more pictures to snap, And the students all rush to see prints I of their map. 14-Charles sports a black eye that'd make Dempsey feel funny. B In fact it seems likely he's been spar- ring with Tunney. 16-Drg Plummer gives bird talk, shows pic- tures he brings. In the Orans initiations Les and John surely sing. Vine Oborn's a dancer of coming renown And some boys that are bashful are actually found. 18-A quaint custom is started by the Sopho- more class. Say "hello" to each student whenever you pass. The Orans initiate members today. Comes the Second Year's dance, just mere frolic and play. 21-N. C. Hanks gives a speech and the year's first snow falls, Freshies bring out their sleds and start heaving snowballs, 23-Grid men leave for Twin Falls: final tests yesterday. This is so they won't miss much by being away. 23-Thanksgiving assembly, and last day of school. From now on, eat and sleep is our im- portant rule, 24-We tie with Twin Falls. 6 to 6 is the score, 28- And basketball now has control of the . floor. ovill-1 1 ff , .. .Q ,fl gf, ,, I X' fff ?,,,,,. rf- Q f A I -f it Liss ,qt -fp 555 at Q:-,viii -lnymfndlffl l' Q f 1 ,waxy as .1 me if W we L S -Frm-.4 ..,,,gt TZEH you. , .OVZZMS fm' iN1Tl2:m J 915 YOUY' Qf3T Pos'l'P0nECi iw .. wallin E1 Q r.. o coll 5 , K o dl - f J lsr as 452611319 so ills' itil new culfllqv asf l Q If ., 2,451 Wylie? M f ff? f TEOYIKSXIV KNQ EQQLE E P W , .-,,,-- ..--a.. QB, Page One Hundred Six ay N ,lik ii si irb- iq - -'zfiyrv Nimmo- ik- Q , . December- 3-We had a pep rally with vaudeville and cheers, ' Which Mr. Hatch said was the best in four years. Two yellmasters we chose to help Teddy lead on, Don and Bill, note the latter, who dives like a swan. 7-State champion in football's just one past our reach, Hugh Brown gives us "apples and on- ions" in speech, Mr. Summerhays's saw makes such tones of delight, That the students all tried it on their saws that night. 8-The teachers give riddles to guess every day So the students can sell more pasteboards for the play. 9-Our prize football men are now given a feed, And tonight the Frosh dance surely shows us some speed, 13-In the stunt that the Orans put on in the Wm . Kartchner marries V. Nielsen-don't you all pitty him? We put op our school play at Jordan High, . 14- The assembly postponed, and Friday we learn why. I6-Russian Lullabies, dancing and singing: you can See its equal to any put on at the "Pan," 19-Mr. Poulsen puts lesson off, breaking a rule, Jordan's "Goose Hangs High" is shown at our school. 21-2-The papers come out: Christmas party once more. Spanish class leaves thru window instead of by door. January- 3-Vacation is over and we all must come back, But we're all unprepared and all look- ing black. 4-The process of making a Ford shown to us. We can't understand it, but why make a fuss? Jeff Fisher goes "by-by" in English today. 7- We win 30 to 50 from East. Hip- horray! ll-"U" co-eds show college life, surely is fine, 13- We win from Westminster 103-9 16-Tests cause many students at home to re- main! 18- Reports make our murderous feelings more plain. ,ati X f f A M W 271 5 f gf ff f, Z, gf DELI , an.. iaiawn L 2 o cluamrion blur l JusTou'l' vp ffml We ease 1,7 A Wy if my .-. 1 Nl a 0" ,law wk A A al" X3 Fill we M E1 3-fr ra 'Haw 'bmi roces so ' so Sho t-sl , 1,4-" X g asia M0 vltfl-DYIESY loam V 'Q' xl: iii- GLC-if ' v for ll ta an ssc 'EMY Page One Hundred Seven L ' S 5 A r. 3 iii, xsw D.. -. a-if 4, f -c --R Y-sf's4f-Q. . . -ll- sza- 5592. 4"'!"':K',V fl' K ' 'D msg-X'X'i-Z 4, li'-1-'-- v c ..' 7 Mu , c Poulsenfs fowderlbvff 19-We take on the "U" frosh team today. And win from them squarely, that's our way. The aud will be opened if we will behave, fr And so we did, our reputation to save. 09- 26-We've found out a secret 'bout Poulsen to- today For right on his desk a girl's powder puff lay 27-Score of 22-44 gives West the breeze 31- We're shown moving pictures of lum- ber and trees. February- l-First debate tryouts held, engineers show their step By giving assembly that's cram full of P2P- 2-The Farmers hear long speech on farming today 43 -pq Q . A . Bum Bom! of 6325 A is 5 s i f, ax mf x', A er J9' J ff? fc- -' f J f ff? WN A -9 Z . 7 I 1 Q 7 1 A il y I Q Reloor-7'.5 NN 5 ,Spire Dance fk ' 'tax SE.. lnend. and Huish J Page One Hundred Eight But it's fine, second period we missed in that Way. 3-A pep rally is held to prepare for the game But it wasn't much use, L. D. won just the same. Mr. Cornwall gives speech: learn the song "Bum, Bum." Now comes the event of the year-Jun- ior Prom. 8-East Side, West Side done in such a cute way That it's hit of assembly presented to- day. 9-We have a pep rally and a speech by our "Wid" 10- Score of 36-37 gives East a skid. 13-Chief feature is no Lincoln program today 15- Now the bugles from fort show us all they can play 17-Score 102-8 snows Westminster under 17- In award day the students get last of "G" plunder. 20-Constitutional speeches by students begun. 21- Richard Dix shown in "Quarterback," "Ain't we got fun." 22-Of George Washington's birthday we're all very glad. For we get holiday we would never have had. 24-43-31-We win from West side 24-29---Papers come out, reports kill all our pride. March- l-March comes in like a lamb, we have rally for game And our broadcast and snake dance makes a riot seem tame. 2-L. D. wins again, but what do we care, 5- Spring has come, there are robins and love in the air, For Irene and Huish play tennis today. And they're chiefly "love sets" if we've much to say. f gy, fm fgggf-X 1 M-?- -r-'fm-T sh , l on f" ' -iuj,2f,y' A w. -y ,il K c i f I t r r, , i 7-Art Club gives assembly that's all Jap- anese, . But Myrtle and Marva just can't bow .-.ii 5 to please, y I ' 8-We have a pep rally for Grantsville game ' 'F' X And some girls play they're basketball f QQ fellows of fame. f l 1 437' l 8-Reporter takes pictures of Pub. Speaking Wlllllff, l WWW I 3 c ass. a Y 9- We win from Grantsville and to lourn- ament pass. 14-School starts at 8:30: Monroe high we l play' A W n Q MA .wfllllullllmfy And we win from them too, on first ,yyygy-LE dna! fyI,q yA tournament day. I5-Classes start at same time, we get out at 1 1 :05, ', i L. D. S. won just barely. so hard did W, P we strive, I-HJ: 16-We play Davis high and win once again, 0 0 I 5- Ni 21- Fanchon Marco's "Idea" should make 44 'Q Q ll Roosevelt vain. se ' "' ll . Dgmff feminine, ers l 23-The basketball fellows are given a feast 5m'7Lh - aqsXeTe , "Dempsey" Smith returns home after f in i trip to the East. l 264The Juniors fight Seniors and give castor e5gQ 3 - gy' Lx W oil, I Q . ff If- O ,rl na: 3 1 Shoes are gone. so are shirts in this 01 ' vi! Q 1 i monstrous turmoil. 1-L' 121123464 f N ATV? V ' I A . 5' 27-In the speech contest Cassidy represents ii school. ' - -v' 411 ' . . 515 A 1 '50-Provo business contest held today as is '-Eff f l rule. '- ja 'W I Editheigniiires comes in second in shorthand 1 I gh And the others in typing show the state Junior' efnor' Shoe Flighr , yvhy they went. f , i 0 t U a 0 " is a . , i April- 1 0 l 3-We thot spring had come, but it snowed ' - 2. ' 4 hard today, ., ' Q , T 1 1 7 Class track meet postponed till it all melts - l away- - -as 5 5-There's a speech on tonight 'bout Alaska 8 li 'D N W and North 6 ' J l But it's ten cents to pay, so not many X. l 5 come forth. 421 ? l Qi 2-6-This week did the visitors come from . f I the city, ' .y 1 1 To see the "Ci" farmers and say "What f'Q",5Q.:f.1.' 4 T a pity." 579,95 ff ' 6-The Seniors win track meet from all the 5 k 447 beginners. 7-- In the City Creek run Granite enters l some winners. 1 l f tj it AH- ' 4" ',,i A,,A, 43 'H wr lLQ,,,,g-,- gl W' l , Page One Hundred Nim if ' 111 ' T'- . .?r',"Ivi .- .. ,ff "' S T ifsx .- Zirigrzf, I xx N Q X1 l "" ' tg? Nusa- 1 A gg f I? i t DGHCP Hevitw ff , - - 1 -.X 'Basi r .N X K, Bal Xi 4 .Sdhior-5 937' Ugg carefs, I an 0 1 fp f ,,, f xi y - 'J L ' F71-ral Eldhj a-Sclwoffi our! 19 X Q! X5-xg.: of -,AA-hw I Page One Hundred Ten -We debate with Tooele, and you bet we win, Reports make appearance. last six weeks begin. -The "G" social register posted today. To show those who graduate and .those who stay. -U. A. C. gives assembly: the prexy gives speech, And tries to help Seniors toward the goal they will reach. 18-Nominations are held for student body next year. That there'll be a close race is now very clear. ' The dance review held, an it's' one of the best, For the students approved it, and that's a good test, -With Jordan this evening the track meet we tie, The Seniors get blue cards: Oh, profs, let them by! -Our baseball team is certainly fine For today we win from the Murray nine, -Again from East we win in this way, MW, --The Junior high is started today. -The West high gained the first- place plum, For tonight they beat us by two points to one, -Our field day held at Kalvin's Grove, -The Seniors all troop to the "U" in a drove. -17-Come the final tests with their loads fof fear, The Seniors rehearse. for the time draws near, -Tonight the commencement is held as before, Vacation begins, and the long year is o'er. QB, "Wiwii' Mm 3 . inf, T' -2 'M s .141 .kzf fm T'-'sQ,"el3 it ef ,f 'D'3'Z'ZF-:Eff ,Lil 'il P il O k-'17'lf-v- . '.v g,y' ,159-5 f sf P. -.N-h ' W ' ' se., if, sig ,av 1 4' -LLL , S C w. 7 -iyyifi' Mal 5 NWN' Pedigrees "It's all in fun and we never raise our prices." Name: LeRoy Hillam, B. V. D. "Any day I'd rather talk to a girl than an angel" Distinguishing feature: Curly hair, jokes. Occupation: Telling Swede stories. Comes to school: To teach "Ag," In his own words, if you take his course you'll be a good judge of chickens. Name: Villa Schafer, E. D. "Bones to bones, and skin to skin, Ain't it grand when you're naturally thin?" Distinguishing feature: Large eyes-that go thru you when you talk in study. Occupation: Keeping the library quiet. , Comes to school: In Buick, and picks up all the l students on the way. l Accomplishments: Emotional actress, sorority i sister. Name: Ezra Poulsen, S. O. S. "When he had passed it seemed like The ceasing of exquisite music." Distinguishing feature: Long-winded. Occupation: Sunday school teacher. Comes to school: Like Simon Legree, to enslave the students. Accomplishments: Has been principal, is now teacher and author. Name: Eva Lindquist, Q. E. F. "Of all her parts, her eyes confess The sweetest kind of bashfulnessf' Distinguishing feature: Good mixer, both in and out of the cafeteria. , Occupation: Chief make-up chaser. Comes to school: On the prancing 7th East line. Accomplishments: Most popular lady at noon. Pep rally speaker. p , A 1 ,- ...,.. L-, L... a aa ...ll E , Page One Hundred Eleven AT? frvi ffl' Qs A!! agixxes... A9 c - 'fc s V miss- 'A if new l Name: Miss Watson, F. O. B. 1 "She has a mean way of tickling the worries." Distinguishing feature: Baby face. , Comes to school: "For a little while." Occupation: Chasing bugs. Accomplishments: Heaven's gift to dumb animals. l I . Name: William Maughan, T. N. T. I "While am yet above ground, ye shall hear me." Distinguishing feature: Voice. , Comes to school: To run the yearbook, and cut y the' expenses. L Occupation: Explaining geometry problems. l Accomplishments: Knows math from "given" to 1 Q. E. D., and that's enough for any human. l . Name: Mrs. Folsom, C. O. D. "Stately and tall she moves thru the hall ' The chief of 10,000 for gracef' Distinguishing feature: Stately tread. Comes to school: Very properly on the 33rd South sidewalk. Occupation: Letting her hair grow. Accomplishments: Can sit la fine seam. I l l l l . Page One Hundred Twelve on a cushion and sew Name: Miss Gorlinski, S. S. S. "Give me liberty or give me death." Distinguishing feature: Saying "Either go in the pool or take a cold shower." Occupation: Handing out yellow slips. Comes to school: Early. Accomplishments: Does everything athletic and some things that aren't. QB, eva it . .aj gg 1' ,ylggg ec 51' 2,2-1 A "I U " -s ,Y . i - 1,451,114 s p, . 'xt' I i - Name: Logan Wiseman, P. S. "How far this little candle throws its beams, So shines this good man in a naughty world." Distinguishing feature: Snapping eyes. Occupation: Trying to make the "Chivvy" hold out. Comes to school: When his car feels inclined. Accomplishments: A fair marker. Name: Dorothy Ingalls, O. K. M. N. X. "I am shy though l am told it is hardly notice- able." Distinguishing feature: The way she gets over the ground. Occupation: Holding grand operas in the type room. Comes to school: With two sides of the eternal triangle. Accomplishments: Sees every erasure in your typ- ing lesson. ' Name: Samuel Baird, F. U. M. N. X. "I'd rather be in love than be in Paris." Distinguishing feature: Determined look. Occupation: Reigns in the gymnasium. Comes to school: On Shank's ponies. There, isn't our dedication useful ? Accomplishments: Ignores girls and is faithful to his wife. Name: H. Hilton, P. P. S. "Grin and the world grins with you." Distinguishing feature: A T-square and a set of tools. Occupation: Doing Geometry for Mechanical drawing students. Comes to school: Every day. Accomplishments: Can call everybody a friend. P Page One Hundred Thirteen rfb 1 I . i 43535 Q Q, - bf if 1 nf' ' f Q, fwtitge-,fr Page One Hundred Fourteen 'Q LESLIE WALLING Swam English Channel in 1856. Swam Atlantic Ocean, 1899, and Pacific, 1900. Taught Will Rogers his line. Met Lois, 1928. LAVON PETERSON Born 1910 UD Reciting. 1911. Dramatics 1911- 28. Laughing, 1910-1975. Inventor of Perm- anent Wave. - SHIRLEY 1-IEUGLEY Birthday 1918, and one every four years since. Eating-1918-27. Reducing, 1928. fNo suc- cessb Flirting-always. Circus fat man-1929- 2000. PI-IYLLIS PACK Member of A. A. T. B. E. L. CAncient Order of Those Bored by English Lit.1 l928-1999-- Catching up on English assignments. ALVIN JOHNSON Debate with Socrates-1493. One with Lincoln -1863. U. S. Senator-1926. Speaker of the House-1916-26. Recuperation-1927-28. REGINA RUSSELL Contributor to "Life" and "Whiz-Bang"-l900- 28. Went to the Boston Tea Party--1925. Sec- ond lady of the land-1800. GORDON PRITCHARD Born in Stone Age. Discovered Halifax Cwhere everyone goes to sincej. Invented cigarette--02. Moving picture actor. Hot dog catcher. Senior- 1928. VIVIAN CORBETT Editor "College Humor." Flirting with Reuben- l924-8. Having a good time--always. 6' R-E :aff I ,f -f?37 isgiiwieeasf 4 C' A 'd' 5.-,il"5.f'-n ,, ' 'r'A- . .' ' x f 'N Y,g:f3'I',0?'3i . ' li X' 2 1.5,-Q5 ' 3 -- , A,-3 f 5' 4-tv ' A' X ' "2 A ' ' S ..-...-i, .1. 3' A ff' - ,' 7 1, . ' :A n C i f P' RITA MILLECAM "Chases Dirt" 1 EUGENE NEFF The supreme combination of all that is fine-in motor cars." IRENE COLMAN "Ask the man who owns one" DWAYNE PARKER ' "Have you a little fairy in your home?" R VILATE WOIODBURX' "Hasn't scratched yet" FRANK MOSS "Not a cough in a carload" GAYLE HATCH "Good to the last drop" JAY DAVIS "El kindsg 12 cents a can" l Page One Hundred Fifteen rfb' ----T b f ii? 92? ',9i!3'? -il" 5 K F F xi fi-flfl. mv' " "yyrv 'Cc5' 'wkixwf-' The above is a striking likeness of a Freshman. This picture is very true to type, but changes slightly with the years. ln 9th grade, his liquid refreshment is truly water, in 10th, it is ginger ale, in llth it is Pluto water, and in 12th-Oh fill in this yourself. UNCLE TOM'S BEDTIME STORY For the benefit of the Freshmen and Sophs who tire of the heavy material, Uncle Tom broadcasts the following story from his cabin.-Uncle Tom. "Now, my little friends of the air, fall you birdsj , I want to tell you the bedtime story of little Sammy Squirrel. As he was running thru the Green Forest one day, a smell was wafted on the breeze-no, it didn'tl tell of the coming of spring: it told of a still in the near vicinity. Now, children, Sammy was a regular Cliff Patten II, and could smell hooch as far as the wind would carry it, so he+ Chush, when the stories over Mama'll fix you a cocktailj-he followed his nose to a great hollow tree and there he stopped for the smell was so strong that no policeman could afford to pass. Well, he knocked on the door and commanded them to open, and Bosco Bee opened the door, and Charlie searched for his still, and ffound it. What-? Bosco Bee's private stock of honey had become a trifle heated and fermentation had begun-hence the smell. Q. E. D. Clf you don't know the meaning of this, ask a geometry student.j Good-night little ones, Uncle Tom will be on the air tomorrow at five o'clock so be sure to stay up and hear him. -,A W M J ,,,,,,.., ,..-,,,-,--,.,.-..t.. Page One Hundred Sixteen - f 49,5 Q ix 1- -3gaf,f1f"' X515 Xxx? J fl T? ff' fl 1 ii.iS' ?:F'r'. A-' -- ' f-'id ff' .-R swf- i-f3F'f- : MM- f 11 f,-,I ,,.',g-, , , xl Ry. i Ax.. -,gy . V, ,E " ---1-- Q.-,f2.:"f, 1'4" ill 1 'Q .. s 'Cx' gx- ll-----'1"'l"" -i---'T ef ff,,,,Q,f,'f I' w, , Q- 1 --ll-i-- C , f Seniors' Alphabet - A is for Arnold, a youth who's so tall That he towers above everyone 'Else in the hall. B is for Ballard and Baird and Bauer Burke, Buehner, and Bramwell, And lots and lots more. C's for Casto, Crosby, Corbett and Clark. The first as a farmer Will indeed make his mark. D is for Davis, some call her Marie. And Darby whose pleasure Is study, you see. E is for Eldredge, whose first name is Ruth With a skin like Palmolive ads, This is the truth. F's for Miss Freeze, interested in the arts, But interested much more In young fellows' hearts. G is for Gritton and Gardner and Green To appreciate them They've got to be seen. H is for Hintze, the judge of the school And Hutchinson, who's at home In the swimming pool. I is for Ivan of football fame, With his titles and offices He's won a name. J is for Jolley, the President sort. With his blushes and smiles He's in every sport. K is for Kingsley, who in type's a speed king, And to Provo he went For the contest this spring. L is for Linnebachs, Gert and Louise, You can't tell them apart They're as like as two peas. M is for Mark, with a permanent curl That would gladden the heart Of most any girl. Kindergartener's Help N stands for Norene, with hair of black, She stole Wagstaff's heart And he won't take it back. O is for Ottley, a chap who is small. Does it hinder his playing? Oh, no, not at all, P is for Pritchard, the Hollywood sheik Who never steps out And is always so meek. Q is for question, professor's delight, Makes us study all day And then most of the night. R is for Russel, Regina by name Who has sense of humor That ought to bring fame. S is for Seth, an orator great, And for Squires who takes shorthand At quite a fast rate. T is for Thalman, a traveler of note Who on way to Europe, Pell for sailors on boat. U is for Ulmer, a stock judging chap, VVho's a friend of the big bugs, And in on each scrap. V's for Viola, to all she's a pard Does she go with Doc Howe? Oh, ask us something hard. W is for Wootton, and Walling, you see Their names come together Vv'hy shouldn't they be? X is for X-it which we will now do, Just two more to read, And then you are through. Y's for Yasuo, who gathers the A's, But he studies thru nights As well as through days. Z stands for Zola, its also the end, But read it again T If you've time to spend. T PM 1 Page One Hundred Seventeen ,, ffa EX "TI sf ' 'I V X 1 ' l Cmf. X Iyfrsf? Z A X , .Ov rf? O HddEqf7 ,,--,Mm ,-Aw JQ ,A ,-W my If iw 'iigzagl ',f',V.?' ff " Q . X 'fx gf- xx':- .X ,- ---Vg sv "aj fVI4 iw! wm v- Tw- Q n n One day in the New England country In the year of 1856 Young Ferdie, a Mama's dear boy Got this idea chopping up sticks. 2. He'd heard of the wild Western country Of buffalo and Indians and gold He immediately thot he would like it, Straightway his belongings he sold. 3. With his lunch in a scarlet bandana On his shoulder, he took to the trail, Tho hungry and tired he kept going, Like a knight of old searching the Grail. 4. One day he saw famed Horace Greeley Ensconced 'mid the sagebrush and sand, Who told him "Young man, you must go West. And there grow up with the land." . 5. So Ferdie kept trudging, and trudging, Till one day he met with his fate, And when six months later the sheriff ar- rived, He found he was six months too late. 6. For Ferdie, one day in the desert Without food and long without drink Alone but for the giant cactus Sat down in one's shade to think. 7. And merely because he was Eerdie, And because Ferdie hadn't much brain, Leaning suddenly back on the cactus He was stabbed by a terrible pain. 8. He thot 'twas an Indian arrow That had struck him from the rear, And he reached both hands behind his back. For he'd read "Pull them out without fear." 9. But each hand also caught on a cactus And Ferdie was fastened so tight That he couldn't get loose tho he pulled and he jerked, Finally dying of hunger and fright. 10. And when as I've told in my story The sheriff arrived on the scene, He cut Ferdie loose from the cactus And buried him slick and clean. 1 1 . In the spring from the grave grew a pine tree, "Man's soul." said the Indian bent, So Ferdie grew up with the country, But not in the way Greeley meant. Floyd Fagg says to "That Certain Party" 'AHello, Cuttie" I'm "Always" "Think of You." She responds "Put Your Arms Where They Belong," "Sing That Song to Somebody Else" and "Come Back in Dreams" 1 1 1 There, little flapper-don't cry, He has broken your heart, I know, And the things he's said and the tiiings he's done Surge o'er you till your heart's alone, And you think, too, of all his dough, Then you turn to your mirror with a sigh, But there, little flapper, don't cry. There, little flapper, don't cry, He's left you for good, I know, He's taken his ring and everything He gave you when love was in the spring I-Ie's left you nothing but tears and woe, If he dosen't come back you're sure you'll die, But there, little flapper, don't cry. There, little flapper, don't cry, You're fickle and gay, I know, Tears will streak your enameled face, But you won't be long out of the race, Your line is good-you are not slow, Soon there will be another guy So there! little flapper, don't cry. 1 Y 7 Mine is a wild strange story, the strangest you've ever heard, There are many who won't believe it, but it's gospel, every word. Once upon a midnight dreary while I pon- dered weak and weary, Methought I heard a voice cry "Sleep no no more" to all the house, Then up spoke brave Horatius The captain at the gate, I am dying, Egypt, dying I-lark! the insulting foeman's cry, They are coming, quick, my falchion Let me front them ere I die, But I closed my eyes and I turned my head And I thought of the switch that hung in the shed, So closing his heart, the judge rode on And I stood alone beside a mighty sea. The waves in awful majesty swept in and crashed upon the sand, - There had the Pilgrim fathers stood There had the glad earth drunk their blood In old Platea's day, There now the Indians learned the rule He taught to kith and kin, "Run from the white man when you find He smells of Holland gin." L, JQ6, gg Page One Hundred Nmeteen ,N .-1' ff? rm fu i'.i'fE':w.Y .l. f-f'f:f,f"j5f-1 3 55351-N's11 11 . -i""' - if "z'ff" 'ff Q x'X:ESxQj1.z.gY 61, 141' g f! ikYY5"' v .. in. Q Li 1 qv: RN kgffxi ' YA' F I BJ , x ff M 41' ' QU, X i . 4 U ! f . 4 in -4 S! OHd d T fy -LFb.+ AA AM 4 f :rr fzif B 14 ! 2 WEST e ' if' A lifes! . ,sr ,Lal -ryan I", g ' QN 'Q T- I ill' ,tbl ' 5, '-'l'- -- 'ywv ski, c Swv' W" W Q . 4 EGYPTIAN DANCE THE FAIRY PRINCE When a Girl is Eighteen: He must be tall and dark, with wonderful glowing eyes and wavy hair. His shoulders must be broad and his waist narrow. His voice must make one thrill with its magnetism. He must be gen- tle, yet forceful, the kind of Prince a girl would gladly die for. He must know how to dress, not flashily or ostentatiously, but in the best of taste. He must be kind to dumb animals and to those who are weaker than himself. He must--it goes without saying-be rich. When a Girl is Twenty-one: Complexion and height of Prince do not so .rrruch mat- ter. Tall, dark Prince preferred, but others may apply. As to shoulders, though broad ones naturally are desired, an applicant will not necessarily be rejected because his coat about the shoulders suggests some slight pad- ding, Waist optional. He must be a gen- tleman, of course, and know how to dress, but he will not be jumped on if there hap- pens to be a slit in his patent-leather shoe. Kindness to dumb animals nice, but not nec- essary. The, Prince must have an ample in- come. When a Girl is Twenty-five: The Prince may be of any complexion and any height. He may be tall or short, light or dark: a man's a man for a' that. Likewise as to his shoulders a girl would prefer a sawed-off Prince who was nice to a tall broad-should- ered one who was a stick. As to his being a gentleman, every man is a gentleman if he is treated right at home. Furthermore a man may even wear a made-up tie and still be a gentleman. Cut out that business about the dumb animals. Some dogs deserve to be kicked. The Prince should have a decent income. When a Girl is Twenty-eight: The Prince need not stay away just because he is bald, or because he has an impediment in his speech, or because he is homely as a hedge fence. Kind hearts are more than coronets and so forth, and a girl has a way! of look- ing behind exteriors. His voice may sound like a buzz saw striking a rusty nail, yet he himself may be a perfectly good Prince. He should be a gentleman-at least, a gentle- man in the rough--one whom it would give a girl real pleasure to reform. 'Clothes do not' count at all-nobody judges a man by his clothes. If he has money enough for two persons to live on, that's all there is to that. When a Girl Approaches Thirty-five: Any male person, not a tramp or a second- story man, is a Prince. When a Girl is Forty: Well, even Jack London was once a tramp. 1 1 1 The majority of students are still won- dering what Nile Mackay got in his surprise package on March 2, Page One Hundred Twenly one xii? '5 --"-'-' Tl .Ki V V' A9 X NNT: S, H -:ifvyivn 3 2 "WW1wxw" ' ... SCHOOL DAYS em. FACULTY ' JU! 7775 Jisfrfcf' Scfzoof masfiar wassifllm 4 B Afbafffls greaf ioafr-faJef1 oksfg Cfose wa ZZAN79 me acffbbs of .Scfwfar-.s 'j-f f ffzefk ahafyay and grofesguea 1 L if ' gg,JQ' 1 li H' 'mere was ffffle Lan-xv M1726 on fffe 790f1f5Gcv7f' Hlzose Tgce was wffksfivmfrny o 0ff'00lLIZ I9nJJafQfyauf1yBirn1h19f1am 6e61ba' A1277 gs Ulf rafby new moan 721- a nmuffz ' I Q ,Ai --5 8.44 "ffl: s .L ' 'T ' X, , ,fl 'V Q, 'n L . s-v- b were were 69776 The Whey! 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THOUGHTS WHILE STROLLING What the school needs is more radiators for those leaningly inclined. Mr. Poulsen wearing a detached, poetical look. The nev- er-ending noon trek to the sewing room mir- ror. The Smith twins, getting to look a little different. The school's most devoted couple: Erma and Gordon. The Erickson twins: which of these is which? Mr. Wal- lace in coveralls carrying a board. Sherman Doyle and his lady love. The eternal tri- angle: Sharp. Selby and Finch. Bessie Em- ory: "Hey. lemme take your lipstick!" Af- terthought: Page Miss Lindquist. Lewis Darby with a worried look. The only boy in the school who wears goloshes. The Linnebach twins. Another case of mistaken identity. Why is there never any water in the fountains? Wonder whatever became of short skirts. bobbed hair, and shiny noses. Why are the sidewalks never shoveled after a snow? A bell rings, .the halls clear: an- other bell is followed by shrieks, pattering feet, and the tide turns toward the office for admits. 1 1 1 I'm sure you've all heard of the Senior, He's as smart as the day is long. But unless he's different than most of them are, You'll hear him singing this song: "I won't be happy, no, I won't be happy. Tho happiness I've surely earned. But I won't be happy, no. I can't be happy. Till I've forgotten all I ever learned." 1 1 1 A substitute sat in the library, A-checking out the books. Checking them in, collecting fines. And giving nasty looks. She didn't know much about it. You'd hunt the books yourself And all she said when you asked her was: "Well, I guess it's on the shelf." That day a small, meek freshie came. With quivering. frightened grin, And asked the dumb librarian. "Please, Ma'am. is 'Jane Eyre' in?" 1 In a short five minutes her answer came. With a look that pierced your soul, "No, dear. I guess Jane isn't here. Her name's not on the roll." 1 1 1 The prize for the world's silliest sign goes to the one on 7th East and 33rd South, reading "Free Parking." ' 1 SCRAMBLED SLOGANS Good to the Last Drop."--Haviland China. Has the Strength of Gibraltarl'--Blue Val- U 4. ley Butter. The Flavor Lasts." - Squibb's Tasteless Castor Oil. ii The Danger Line."--Santa Fe Railroad. The Paper is Part of the Picture."-Doug- las Shoes. "I'd Walk a Mile for a Camel!"--Chevrolet. "Best in the Long Run."-Onyx Hosiery. 'It'Floats."-Cunard Line. "No Springs--Honest Weight."-Ford. "What a Whale of a Difference a Few Cents Make."-Listerine. Chases Dirt."-Palmolive Soap. There's a Reason."-Paris Garters. Hasn't Scratched Yet."-B.V.D. Y 1 1 Some of the Senior class members are hereby leaving some of their treasured pos- sessions behind to their less fortunate suc- cessors. We, the Smith brothers, do give and be- queath our capacity for knowing everything to everyone less fortunate. I, Viola White, will divide my stand-in with students and teachers. I, Alvin Johnson, alias the "Professor," will leave my power for learning. reasoning and argumentation. We, Norene Lewis, Yasuo Sasaki, and Lewis Darby bequeath our recipe for getting "A's." If the recipe is followed, the dish is rather tough and- hard while being made. but afterward is very palatable and beneficial. I, Theo. Gardner, will leave my seat at the reference table to anyone who will prom- ise to occupy it. Q I, Gordon Pritchard, will leave the mem- ory of the East Science Hall radiator to Alice Griffiths. I, Lee Walling. will leave my swimming ability to Alfred Plume. - AI. Mildred Soren. will leave bv request. my faculty for talking and questioning, to some teacher, or the police force. 1 Y 1 SOMETHING'S BEEN FORGOTTEN A table has legs but no arms. The sea has arms but no legs. A match has a head but no face. A clock has feet and a face and hands but no arms. A tree has a trunk but no ribs. An umbrella has ribs but no trunk. A chicken has a comb but no hair. river has a mouth but no tongue. wagon has a tongue but no mouth. chair has arms and legs but no head. u it -. u A A A r ,-w .,.. , ..,, JQ8, -r L. . Page One Hundred Twenty flue age Om' Hunclrczl 'I'wanly-six Thots while strolling: Queer, isn't it. The 1928 MODEL is ..M -- I' 59 fi K! GX'-5s"f'e, ' ee-ff i f S A I 7 YNY' EGYPTIAN DANCE ballet dancer in 3rd checking out books. Students "referring" to the magazine rack. The "Soldiers Chorus" blaring from the type room. We'd like to see Jimmie Mc- Carty reading some book other than a story. Wonder if he ever studies. A heretofore un- known specimen discovered!-Fern Rees ac- tually Iikes Dickens' works. A trio of ex- tremely studious. un-frivolous girls, with fluttering hearts and wide, dancing eyes eag- erly reading "The Shiek." A public speak- ing student goes stumbling thru the hall with lips moving and unseeing eyes. Dar- win Stillman, the original breath of the pampas-a genuine would-be cow-boy. Freshies using elastic slings after the manner of Bibilical David. Heard drifting away down the hall: "When I kiss you and when I tell you your lips are thrilling to touch, you don't like it, no, you don't like it. not much! Y 1 f "Life's just one darn swat after another" sighed the baseball player. Y f 1 I wrote some themes once on a time And my stories I thought were prime. But my teacher said with utmost ease Why, student dear, these are but "D's." 1 Y f Anyone who believes in womens' having the biggest gift of gab ought to listen some time to our pedagogue who holds forth in S-12. Windshield-fEasy to see thru! Excuses for admits. Body--fThe main part! The students. Speedometer-CRegisters everything! Miss Claussen. Headlights-CTwo bright things! Sarah Smith and Mary Greetham. Cut Out-CNoise maker! Helen Savach. Wheels-fAlways going around! Viola White, Erma Webb, Gwen NVhite. Donna Harrison. Fenders- fAlways near the wheels! John Howe. Gordon McGregor. Ivan Smith, Jack DeGrey. Running Board--fAlways getting stepped on! Bliss Allen. Horn- CAnother like the cut out! Therm Gerrard. Crank-fAlways starting something! Francis Jarrard. Carburetor-fDistributor of hor air! Mr. Summerhays. Spark Plugs-CFull of pep! Lois Woo'- ton, LaVon Peterson, Dora Green, Phil Buehner. Ted Moss, Leslie Walling. Muffler-COne quiet thing! Yasuo Sa- saki. License-fVery necessary! Your wallet. Motor-fMost necessary part! Mr. Hatch. Gas tank-CGets full once in a while! We'd better not mention names. Tail light-fOnly works half the time! Jeff Fisher, Brake-- fThe end of everything! Reports. Page One Hundred Twenty seven Page One Hundred Twenzyheighz Xffx I ,N f ,ff Ae? I v If 3 K, I QNX -:fig JCI: SS Rx' 1-"--l---3 sez-,ix?,Q'3',""?i"f 'X -- Mlm- A--.zaffyif N l 1 iw' 5 -. , ALWAYS BE CAREFUL If the A. B. C. sign means the same in the name of a 2nd South cafe as it does in traffic rules and the entrance to Liberty Park, here's where we don't eat hereafter, 1 1 1 We can hear Donald Wagstaff lamenting thusly to Norene: "I'd love to Call You Sweetheart," but "It made you happy when you made me cry" so "I'm just Wondering" "Lonesome and Sorry" if I haven't got some "Love for Sale." 1 1 1 In this grave lies Harry Done. He necked his girl when her Dad was at home. 1 1 1 It was nine o'clock, and Jane began to prepare for the event, She quickly removed her plain house-dress, cast a weary glance at her unmentionables. "No," she said, "I can't wear these tonight." She donned an exquisite little gown, just too cute for words, and it fitted the occasion perfectly. Then dashing to her mirror she applied cold cream, ice, lemon, and mud-packs in quick succes- sion. Finally with dainty fingers, deft from practice, she ggave her hair a last brush, her complexion one last touch, switched off the lights and-tumbled into bed. 1 1 1 BOOK LISTS fGood readingl Lorenzo, the Magnificent ,......, Our Principal Twinkletoes ,.......,...,... .r,,,,, F lorence Bauer Old Ironsides .,..., . ....... East Mill Creek Bus Wanderer of the Wasteland..-.....Mr. Nielsen Call of the Canyon .........,........,, Field Day Brains of the Family ................ Seth Horne Ironheart .......,.,.,..,,,.. L .... Any Teacher The Music Master ....,. .,........,.,,, M r. Brox The Petter .,.,.,,.,,e,...,v.,...,.,,.. Naomi Soren Call of the Wild ....,......, The Morning Bell Treasure Island .....,........ . ..,.... Our Lockers Thundering Herd .... Rush to Assembly seats Roads of Doubt ..,.....,. Path to Graduation Sandy.. Place off the southern coast of Murray Patent Leather Kid ........,. . ..... Elmo Smith Far from the Maddening Crowd ......,. English Literature Class Perennial Bachelor ........,, ,..,,,.., M r. Harris The Everlasting Whisper..Copy, Copy, Copy 1 1 1 I'm going to sue my teacher for breach of promise. Why? She promised us a review and gave us a test. Mr. Wallace Cin Spanishj -When do tears come to your eyes? Jack R: "When you peel onions." 1 1 1 People when leaving parties Say: "The wonderful time I've spent." But we wonder what it would sound like If they said what they really meant. 1 1 1 Mrs. W. fin public speakinglz "Now, in trying to remember what you did last Sat- urday night, with what point would you start in order to build the others around it?" Bramwell: "At what time you took your bath." 1 1 1 Teacher, Oh, my dearest teacher. Hear me pray with all my might. Put good marks on my report card Or I won't go home tonight. You don't know how it would cheer me, It would brighten all my days, If I'd see in "D's" and "F's" place Nothing but a row ,of "A's". 1 1 1 Something we'd like to see is Mr. Hilton, Mr. Burningham and Mr. Hillam in soldiers' uniforms carrying guns. 111 ' MAGGIE CModernizedj I wandered today to the hill, Maggie, To view the scenery fair, But, oh, how it has changed, Maggie, Since you and I were there. There are no flowers on the hill, Nor birds that sing so sweet, There are instead- some hot dog stands, And filling stations neat. But one thing else upon the hill That brought the tears that stung, The creaking old mill is a still, Maggie, Since you and I were young. 1 1 1 The girls were oh, so awfully shy, In the brave days of old, They'd never kiss a fellow, Never, never, so I'm told. Of course there were some lassies ' That just jumped at the chance, But these one never spoke to. Nor took them to a dance. But now the times have surely changed. And the number's very small Of those who are not neckers, For boy, you kiss them all. 'aa 6 , Page One Hundred Twenty mne ., rii i ' ' iff, 'L Page One Hundred Thirty Official Photograph, U. S. Army Air Corps JFJINJIS go X wx ,172 . rf KAR a ,Lf-Lf fy- 'A I ir X X , X 'LZ .XV -,t,i31 X, i, If yjf X X -,ffff ' Q in 3 4 Eg 1 J, f -'ff" ' - P ' P f l - ' ' ' g g , -L i A gg . i . ' ev il WI 1' l l: !il'il'1 ff , L L L -..L . y qli l 'l 'lii1IlViiil! iq! 'I .-- -- -1 - -ws-,rymgvr"-" -11'-I' 13 --1i - lTi!,l Q, ,, ,,Q,Sg:.x0P,EB44.ElLQ7- MEPC Nll:Q,,,1g:i 1vW -QV- . y '11. A- ..... , egg.-1--F L !iQP3l- . Zion's Co-operative Mercantile Institution Organized 1868 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Dealers in all Kinds of Merchandise WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Groceries Dry Goods Crockery Gent's Clothing Toys Stationery Notions Overalls Gent's Furnishings Millinery Linoleum Stoves Drugs Leather Carpets Hardware Shoes Tinware Shoe Findings Wall Paper Women's and Children's Ready-to-Wear OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OFFICERS ' DIRECTORS Heber J. Grant ,...,,,,fv,,,,,,,,,,,,.Vffffffff PFESMQYH Anthony W. Ivins John F. Bennett . Harold H. Bennett NV. S. Romney John F. Bennett ,,,.. . F. S. Tingey ,,,.v,,,,, Gus P. Backman , 5dgxCE OF 7-,YEA 41 0 15 "E Z 0 X A lo 04- ,KOQL AEOPLE5 5 , ,,,,, Vice President , , , ,,,,, Vice-President L Secretary Gus P. Backmanw ,,,, , , , Asst. Secretary , ,,Treasurer Heber J. Grant Reed Smoot H. M. Dinwoodey John F. Bennett Geo. Albert Smith Edgar S. Hills David A. Smith Chas. W. Nibley A. H. Woolley Anthony W. Ivins Stephen L. Richards C. A. F. Orlob Wm. H. McIntyre, Jr. ...,,,,Manuging Director ,,,,--..Assistant Manager .,-,,,,,Assistant Manager BRANCH HOUSES AT PROVO, UTAH - POCATELLO AND - IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO. vice o ad' F as it 2 'N 'FG 2 r-. 1 '96 QS' o 'Son as S1 Page One Hundred Thirty-one ouncl! Faculty Initiate Our New Tennis Court ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN Pins and needles, needles and pins. Don't kill your husband, or trouble begins. 1 1 1 Y'know, Southern Utah must be a very wonderful place. How come? A native told me it was a very common sight to see the "Angels Landing" in Zion's park. A 1 . 1 1 Our idea of a quick-moving person is one who can turn out the light and jump into bed before the room's dark. THE JESTER'S LAMENT Cap and bells on my head, Salt in my tea, 'Twas the old king's daughter Made a fool out of me. 1 1 1 Though she was only a garageman's daughter, she surely gave me the air. 1 1 1 He gave the ball a mighty pitch It fell to Smith, I know not which For who has sight so keen and strong That it can distinguish the Smith in a throng. The Home of Serpentines, Confetti, Paper Hats, Balloons, Horns and all sorts of Carnival and Celebration Favors and Novelities. Crepe Paper and all kinds of materi als for decorating. Plain and Fancy cutout Dance Pro grams of all kinds, Invitations, An nouncements, etc, U S. Novelty Cgrnpany 1355 So. 5th East Phone Hy. 813 Wholesale Dealers R. R. Fins, Mgr. Page One Hundred Thirty-two X SPEAKER GGUTA 99 Loud Speakers gf? As desirable as days in the School Room! gf! Utah Radio rodluets Co, Salt Lake City, Utah INFORMATION DEPARTMENT Inquiries have been received as to whether Jensen is "Whiney" or "Winey." Royal, take your pick. Y Y Y Of a list of very interesting things This is one we'd like to see, Mr. Poulsen in some chegked "plus-fours" A-putting from a tee. Y Y Y Mae Gudmundson Cgiving account of her familybz "There were eleven in our family, but now there's eight living, two married and one dead." Y Y Y To dream is human: to think, divine. I have a girl like Chesterfields With curly hair and big blue eyes, Such winning ways and such a form, She's mild, but oh, she satisfies. Y Y Y STRENUOUS WORK Teacher: Are you resting, Mr. Pola? Ray: No, I'm thinking. Y Y Y Senior: Hey, get offa my feet. Frosh: Well, it's a long walk, but I'll try. Y Y Y This space reserved for the memory of a dirty crack, for after it was all ready, we thought twice and decided we hadn't better print it. "Get Happiness out of your work or you will never know what happiness is." -Elbert Hubbard and remember "lf it goes in the Building, W'e Sell It" SUGAR HOUSE LUMBER '25 HARDWARE CO. Hyland 555 l 164 East Zlst South Distributors of General Electric Silent Automatic Refrigerators ' Rudy Furnaces The Noiseless Oil Burner Page One Hundred Thirtu three . 53275 we an d ' l lx ' me suffafein . 6 Q. USE BENNETTS "Property Life Insurance" Paint Products MADE BY Bennett Glass and Paint Company 61-63 West First South Salt Lake City, Utah He fondly held her in his arms, And gazed deep in her eyes, I knew they long had loved each other, So this was no surprise. And then he kissed her dainty lips, Which set me quite agog, But he was only my little brother, And she was the neighbor's dog. Y 1 1 Ted Moss, the debater, he drives a Ford Can. I wonder if he bought it on the install- ment plan. DRESSMAKER TO THE RESCUE A certain young Granitian miss wonders to this day why everybody laughed when she came running hurriedly into the crowded class room and shouted excitedly: "I've lost it, l've lost it. Has anyone seen my yellow slip?." 1 1 1 One day after a protracted Assembly it was announced there would be no sixth period, and one student was heard to remark: "Didn't you hear about Mr. Hatch? He's awful sick." 2nd Stud.: "No, what's the matter with him?" lst: "He just had a period cut out." Phone Wasatch 134 Wholesale and Retail PALACE MARKET We furnish the Granite High School Their Meats Exclusively With Glaus French Pastry Shop 263-265 South Main Street Salt Lake City, Utah Page One Hundred Thirty-four GIRLS' DOLL PARTY AEsoP's FABLE 419285 Once upon a time in the year 1928, there was a certain petite miss who attended the Granite high school, and had a study period in the library, One day, after extensive re- search at the reference table and in her van- ity case, she tripped to her seat, every hair in place. and every vestige of shine removed from her dial. But, horrors, one glaring fault in her makeup was altogether too ap- parent. For lack of an eyebrow pencil she had used an ordinary writer, and some prompting providence had tempted her to peep once more at her mirror. A look, followed by a surprised start, a hurried, frightened glance around to see if anyone had noticed-then a dampened handkerchief and much scrub- bing finally began to clear away the defect. It was simply this. The pencil she had used for the retouching of eyebrows and lashes was not black nor brown, but IN- DELIBLE. The result: The strikingness of her makeup was completed by lashes and brows of a beautiful vivid purple. CTruth of above verified by Temperance Union and Chamber of Commercej 1 Y 1 CLUCK, CLUCK Mr. Poulsen: If there's anything that an- noys me, it's to have you people picking at each other like a bunch of chickens. 1 1 Y What the everyday world needs is the kind of automobiles used in moving pictures, that start off as soon as the door shuts. THE MURRAY EAGLE Job Printing--Advertising Telephone Murray 35 Murray, Utah Page One Hundred lhrrly fzve WESTERN PRINTING CCDMPANY akers of Weigh Qradea PRINTING ef--A-P-f-fi-x, SALT LAKE CITY fx.f....N,vQ,......f Insist on Keeleys H PARRY and PARRY Ltd. SALT LAKE'S LARGEST MANUFACTURING JEWELERS Glass and Qlub 'Pins Rugs w Gyffedals U4 a d Best by Test Ice Cream w T S At Your Nearest Keeley Dealer 0317, atemity and 5-Omrity rpms C 100l3KthEp Bldg SltLk Cty ICE CREAM 0 Hddfhy ,v-fr " ft 1' , 5 -if ,II When in need of anything in Sporting Goods Granite Hardware Can Supply You "The Best is none too good." Sugar House Phone Hyland 210 p Bank in Sugarhouse Sugar Banking Company Resources more than !B600,000.00 We pay 429 on Savings Deposits "Small enough to know you, Large enough to serve you." N. J. Hansen, President Geo. A. Goff, Cashier Hyrum Neilson, Vice-President "I'm Knee Deep in Daisies" and "Head Over Heels in Love" with "Mary Ann" who lives "Down by the Winegar Woilfsf' Y 1 1 If gentlemen prefer blondes, Naomi Soren could give a tip to brokers on how she changed, almost overnight from common to preferred stock. Y 1 1 "I can't smoke here. l'm afraid the Prof'll see me." "Oh, fold your arms, and you'll look like an incense burner." Mr. Wallace Creading proverbj : 'ATO have is to fear." Humph, if that's the case. I'd like to have lots of anxiety. 1 Y 1 Ray Pola: "What would happen if all the men were to die but one?" Bernard B.: "He'd be killed in the rush." 1 1 f Mrs. Wilcox: Name the principal parts of the verb Ngo." Reuben: Go, going, gone. 1 1 1 She was only a garbageman's daughter, but she was nothing to sniff at. UTAH-IDAHO SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY "Everything for Office and School" Playground Equipment Church Furniture Assembly Chairs Globe Wernicke Filing Equipment A. B. Dick Mimeographs and Supplies 155 South State Street' Salt Lake City, Utah Page One Hundred Thirty-seven CQ Dm c LL f fgic za fffs cf f wma, rf i .If ' X ik r DJ Rxilgggix A S I I The Work and Study" ho M p Room Have Partially f itted you to K y,,,w Enjoy Life. - as Continue your Development by the if p' Reading of Good Books. Z X5 DESERET B K COMPAN O 44 East on South Temple ' ' I Qwb Mi Class and Club " ri n Pins and Rings Supply CO Medals and Trophies U V-i'Ir Pays to Keep Clean We supply everything in the line of clean linen. All schools in Salt Lake and vicinity are users of our towels Clean cloth towels in your home and In Fact Everything in the Emblematic Line X xx X R Lx . X f K I 1 .5 ' N y KX V x 5 . . 5 X O N ! if, K A S- 'l x fx I 1 your school are essential to health, f - 7 and therefore happiness. J "' f LM The famous American Continuous Q towel and cabinet is a Utah patent. "What Utah Makes, Makes Utah." Patronize home industries. Students and teachers are invited to call at any time and inspect our modern up-to-date plant, located at FRESHMAN,S 317 30- Main Sfmt Salt Lake Cifv 33-35-37 East Sixth South Street. f J Page One Hundred Thirty-eight 7,6 I jj . xl , A . x l lt V 'X x lcv 'co-. N all 44: ,rl N 'K 5' "S X..-fi - W ,,f,N-pt, A , GIRLS AS DOLLS N' y, I 0 N ' 'C a C-ri , L ,gf-r A Community Boosters Class Rings, Pins and HYGEIA ICE COMPANY Award Medals of F,i1ai1Z.Quality 1' Gall o V ,WV L us UQ. for L? Taylor 86 Company 162 So. Main St. 2nd Floor A Convenient and Courteous Place Phone HY' 495497 1208 E: Zlst South To Do Business r mg.: WW7 2 49'- 4.2 Visitors Always Welcome K Delivery Mgr., Wid Ashton .K Page One Hundred Thirty-nine x I . 1 I , I . -r A, v V1 V p I J 1 , , Y f xf , . , fd! s , ,I V fd I 1, ,X 1 ' ' ffxgvcf' , fr , ,Mix r , AW rv YJ In A JI, Q I If 'e 'Ii D , o flu- , , ,,- -. - - X Q X X V xF'R5T X X X Engravers b ,. fl!! dx ,O ,, f, f Elecfrofgpers. - ' Q is Q , 1 ,. X' . xx . 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X 'Rl Yu I It gets dirty so soon XXI, ' ' Xt-il In my green locker. lg says that "She knows her Onions" and tells him "As Long as I Have You" I can say "When Autumn Leaves are, Falling" "Tie Me to Your Apron Strings Again" "Because I Love You." - 1 1 1 We hear a lot about these beautiful and dumb women, but isn't this combination as it should be? Certainly, beautiful so the men will love them: and dumb so they'll love the men. 7 1 1 Ivan Cin Seniormeetingj : Now let's have some suggestions on what we'll leave for the Senior gift. Voice from gallery: Gordon Pritchard. Page One Hundred Forty-orie ar. . gf-, Q3 : ji! 3 1 CL .53 , 4 , , f J -Zigi .- "nf YSL X f I 0 f - .. . P" I , F . ., V, ,, ' ui ' ' A T V H ... Q v ,' 14 51 ' F 1,1 A f Q J '9 5 A Yr! ,jbvv .0'VVLA!V -I -If Dv' f M fi 1 f rv Ja pw, Gi I tb : 1 X ff-7 ffff fffr U ,f T J "' px? 'N-of ECM? 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