Stadium High School - Tahoma Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)

 - Class of 1930

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l. -v 3. 1. i. h. 8. THE TAHOMA, 1930 Noveinhvr IH The new ronstitutiou of the Stu- dent Council rntined. lTbe revision committee. Marian Hoska trhairmanl, Her- bert Edwards and Marga- rvt Jaues.h 'You-iubrr 20-'Glider Club organized. llilenibers of the ronstitntion rommit- lee. Wesley Buhh trbair- HIHHP. Bill Beggm Novenilwr 22 -Annual Hook W eek assembly, whirh featured at playlel, "The Library Shelf After Hours," arranged by the Library Committee. ll,ukas Huslm as "Stephen Cleg- horn".l 'Nun-nilier 22 Dads' Night aillralrted at good rrgwfl, tlfozirbes Morris and Low- nian. the Iwo drawing cards who were too hush. ful Io alppeanl November 26--Forty Thanksgiving dinners sent to the poor under direc- tion of servire depart- ment of Cirls'Club. lMnr- jorie Sheldon and Claire l'7rinkwin1-. who helped to ileliver.i 'Now-inber LIT--Slailiuin Ti- gers win ticket-selling ron- Iesl from Linroln Rail- splitlers. lMnnn Torre. with the formal reply to the 1-ballenge in his hand.l D1-relnlmr Il Frenrh von- vr-rsation rl u b started. tfknnie Radq-maker. one of the sz-lf-vlml lnenllu-rs.i Derembrr 6' Junior Prom, lo which seniors were in- vited. l0ne of the the best numbers was Adeline J:irobson's saxophone play- ing.l Qor in ri fx Da-4-emher ll- First mati- nee dance to raise money for insurance fund. lEmily Rouse and Betty Doon.i December 12 - Tumbling Club originated. l D a rl Crawford, .lark Hurley and Roh Palmer, originators.i f Dereniber lTfCirls' Christmas mixer arclaimed peppiest yet. fPauIine Sceva as Santa Claus.,I Decein ber 20--"The Van- ishing Princess." main feature of Chrislmas as- sembly. lpeggy Scudder as Matinka.l January 9-DurC1lh!' Na' rleau won the Fll0l"l'5"'rY rontest with N her storh "Night Wiind. B05 DP' Armond plared second and nn,-is Edwards tblrfl. l"Dot" receiving congrat- ulatinns.l January 1TfGirls' Kill!! Club held first meetintl- Over 200 attended. llmla Thompson. Muriel Thomp- son, Mary Ellen W'l'itllll, charter membersd January Z8-Surprises marked the Uramatir fllnh matinee. l"0lll' Pl3Y5 WM" presented by students of Miss Blat-k's worksbu p rlasses. lTwo of the ar- tors in the all-boys' play. Al Waterman and Cens- W'illianis.l 16. January 31--Average of '70 announred as new honor roll basis by Principal Perkins. fFour students receiving the glad news- Dirk Hodge, Harold Deer- ing, Richard Mnssman and Bennie Cuatsd r'if1.-pn

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0 THE TAHOMA, 1930 ' Pearl Anderson and Isabel Chisholm-a Swede and an Scotvh- mun-what a combi- nation! Mary Agnes Ferrier und Dixy Lee Ray, two, bold, bad, bloody pirates. Boo-o-ol Covnor Teats-Alla! At last you're caught loosing your dig- nity! Ed House, our sen- ior king, jester, or what have you. Bernethn Der y- "c-urly-head." F ! K Rachel Hartley and Wes Henry-thass funny. We didn't know you went to- gether. Marjorie M o o r e- another good -look- ing optimist. E gh lean 4. 111. Esvier Mort-we Herbert Arntson- attaboy! "Keep Your Sunny Side Upin Jimmy Cashion- nonchalant and dar- ing. 6. Andy Coppovk, our smart little ive- skater-afnd .nog bo ookingu either 'l . f. 1 4 4 . M 10. :Eldred M1-Miller pi sprigig fevsir or 5 I ' Q 9' -Ri A. fooled you, didnlt jwe? 12. Milt Woodard- gosh, no wonder he gets there! 14. Leonard Friedman -all wrapped up in his feet-or feats.



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THE TAHOMA, 1930 I. lfelnrllnry Il S1-fond -1-- lnrnlrl' lu-yum with Si-nior Clin- inrrea-I-al to lIl3. Junior Clan- lo 480. Soph- nlnorr Cla:-ri to I.lfl3. llllll and lllA'n plttri-cl in sepa- rate- roll- hy Mr. Curr. New vlilninalinn plan for an--1-ruulnlisw introilnre1l.tDon Ka-ya--, "t'rushir".l 21. F4-Iurllatry I2 UN:-grin in Illslirryu was talk aiu-n hy H. ll. Aldrich. Tarulnt nr-:tru lawyer. at l.invuIu llirlhslay as-rmlrly. llfred llarlter. rltairntan.P It. I-'ehruary II Senior han- qnel at an-at uirvn-5-. lfnml ns-elle-nt: il ernrut ions nov:-lg program, hvadml hy "Gin" Marvin an tonal- lnaxtor and the lh-v. llr. Charles Ma:-tlangluey main -pi-alter, highly rnlvrtuin- ingg ilani-e lo nuntir ol' ' ' Broadway ony. Ht..-.1 ft.-f." um. I-Irs-In-1. who -ang on thu- propgrntn.l Imam Mill, I. lfelvrnury ll junior Cahi- net elected. lSylsta Kant' anil Marguerite Mrllflaatcr, Inu of the lnrmherr..l 5. l-'u-Inmary IT Srrlp and Plums- organized. tllorl- Hiluarzla. a lnelnlrer of the ru-rltlitr 1-onus-il.t N. ffv N A--I x- QV .4 tr. -'rhrnary Ztl Slailianu It nqna-t with "Dinna. n Hrs-4-ln pwtl4lrs--" idea. l'I'wo nl' tha- after-dinner ,peak- era. lfranree Watltnn and ll:-rnirr lfoylznt .. l"f-lnrnary ZI Wmltingtnifs llirlhlluy ap-mnhly llllarl- rltn Hilton, rnarh of llu- fanlasy pn--ent:-ul and Ilill Hansen a rharartu-r.l ! V . I 1 J t N x Sixu-on A I ear in rief Il. 9. Ill. Il. I 12. 13 ll. lfelnrttary 25-Girls' mixer for "big and little sisters." tlilsie Voorhees, whore rlnvrr readings made a hlt.t lfehruury 2 8 - S t a d i n In World won subscription rontesl for third consecu- tive time. lBill Thomp- son, circulation assistant, and Mary Loomis, who got lttll per rent subscription list for her roII.l March -I - Stadium Tigen nun rily hasket hall title by defeating Bellarminr. llrene Busch. Vivian Havel. Grarn Weller. ron- si-quently I h re e h a p p y girIs.l Marrh -lvjitnlnie Phelan, head football rnarh of Ihr lniversity of Washington. spoke at the football ah- sembly. Illarl Mcllonnell, whn made an announce- lnent.l March Ill-Olytnpir Clulr again organized. 15am Klegman. Clayton Burnard and Emmett Wilson. three arilenl trark booster-a.I March ll v- .l. ,l. Hand- snker, assoriate aecretary for the National Suri!-ly for the Prevention of War, ad dressed students at World I'1-are a s :- e nt h I y . tllnrris Rnnnell, who made nnnouncr-ments ,I Marrh Il--Oratorical run- tesl won hy Fred White: Ralph Johnson and Marion Hay plared second and third, respectively. lFred heing congratulated hy Dorothy Snowden and Mar- garet Culter.I

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