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Page 16 text:
THE TAHOMA, 1930 3
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KAII names read from left to rlghtl
TOP LEFT. Prlnclpal Perkins: TOP RIGHT, Vice Principal Carr. FIRST ROW: Miss Larsen, Miss Kobetich, Mlss
Miller, Mlss Black, Mr. Daniels, Miss Fraser, Mr. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: Miss McMurphy, Mrs. Varnes,
Mrs. Frlars, Miss Gibbons, Mlss Scholes, Mlss Wortman, Mr. Cousin. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Van Arsdale,
Miss Cook, Miss Hartman, Mr. Lancaster. Mlss Evans, Mrs. Jollltfe, Mr. Lowman. FOURTH ROW: Mr.
Edwards, Mr. Arpke, Mlss Campbell, Mr. Clark, Mr. Prentice, Mr. Smith, Mr. Thorniley. FIFTH ROW: Mr.
Jolllffe, Miss Adams. Mr. Christie, Mr. Daniel, Mr. Glitner, Mr. Hilton, Mr. Kennard. SIXTH ROW: Mrs.
Slmmons, Mr. Turpin, Mrs. Maglll, Mrs. Haddow, Mrs. Carmody, Miss Davies, Mr. Westgate. SEVENTH ROW:
Mr. Engebretsen. Miss Stowell, Mr. Collals, Mr. Morrls. Miss McCulloch, Mr. Palmer, Mr, Cowles.
iThe remalnlnq 10 members did not go before the camera.i
Page 15 text:
THE TAHOMA, 1930
For ll all-too-short years Miss Emilie T. Arntson worked at Stadium
with her beloved fellow faculty members and the everchanging student body,
giving her time and resources freely. For her the best was none too good.
Then, last January 29, came the fatal heart attack to her, overtired by
her ceaseless, unselhsh labors as debate coach and adviser of the service
department of the Girls' Club. For three long months she struggled against
hopeless odds with her
sadly. Russel Michael, 3
and Harris Bunnell, 3
showed their devotion to er
by each giving a blood trans-
fusion at the first of her ill-
ness in February. However.,
cal of that of all the rest of
the students who would
gladly have made the same
sacrifice for her.
On April 21 she passed
away. Up to the last she was
friends watching her gains hopefully and her losses
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their devotion was only typi-
cheerful and thoughtful of
others-especially the students. One of her last wishes was that her Girls' Club
work not be taken from her-and the wish of the Girls' Club was that she not
be taken from them. In her they lost a competent guide and a wonderful
friend. The debaters feel her loss keenly-and all of her friends know that
they will never know a more beautiful character than Miss Arntson had.
Her influence will always be felt in the halls of Stadium. She will never
Page 17 text:
Mr. E. E. Perkins, .,..,....,.....,...................,......... .
Mr. Howard M. Carr .,.....,, .....A...
Miss Thelma Larsen.
Miss Mary Kobetich
Miss Helen Miller ,,.....
Miss Maine Benson
vh Room Manager
Miss Mary E. Alcott lheadi, Miss Emilie Al'lllS0l'l lfallvl. Miss Alberta F. Black, Mr. B.
K. Daniels, Miss Alice Fraser, Miss Susannah J. McMurphy, Mrs. A. B. Van Arsdale, Mrs.
Eleanor Varnes, Miss Genevieve Wilcox, Mr. U. N. Hoffman fjournalismj and Miss Mary den
Bleyker fspringj .
Miss Minnie A. Gibbons lheadl, Mrs. R. E. Friars, Mr. G. W. Kennard, Miss Stella
Scholes and Miss Susie H. Spencer.
Miss Nellie L. Wortman lheadb, Miss S. Elizabeth Brown, Miss Isabella Cook, Miss
Isabel Cooper, Mr. R. M. J. Cousin, Miss Lois K. Hartman, Miss Luria Lay and Mrs. A. B.
George Lancaster lheadi, Miss D. Celia Burgess,
Mr. V. G. Lowman and Mrs. Edna P. Jolliffe.
William M. Jolliffe fheadi, Mr. C. A. Arpke, Mr.
Mr. Paul T. Prentice, Mr. Truman W. Smith and
Mr. W. L. Edwards lheadl, Miss Cora M. Adams, Mr.
d, Mr. Philip S. Giltner, Mr. Edmund W. Hilton,
Mr. A. L. Daniel fspringl, Mrs. Elsie N. Simmons
Mrs. Amy C. Magill lheadl, Mrs. Mooney C. Carmody, Miss Violet Davies, Mrs. Ecile
Y. Haddow and Miss Lillian Stowell tarti.
Miss Helen S. Evans, Mrs. Myra
Vern L. Clark, Miss Elizabeth M.
Mr. Paul C. Thorniley.
Ralph W. Christie, Miss Anne M.
Mr. G. W. Kennard, Mr. David
and Mr. Harold L. Turpin.
Mr. C. E. Westgate lheadb, Mr. Charles G. Collais and Mr. Emil A. Engebretsen.
Clayton Johnson and Mr. Junior Cowles.
Charles A. Palmer and Miss Laura McCulloch.
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