BALE, Mechanical Drawing
G.W. BANNISTER, Manual Arts
Miss A.C. BARRETT, English, Mathematics
Miss E.M. BELL, English
Miss K. BISHOP, Art
E.F. BLAYNEY, Supervised Study
A.A. BOWHAY, Science
C.A. BROWN, Science
Miss E.L. BROWN, Science
Miss. G.L. BROWN, Physical Education
Miss B. Bruckmanm Mechanical Drawing
Miss N.L. CAMPBELL, Household Arts
Miss A. CERF, Language
R.H. COON, Science
Miss E.M. DAHL, Art
Miss M.C. DILLS, Household Arts
J.L. DIXON, English
Miss E. FRARY, History
Miss T.C. GLEESON, English, History
Miss H.M. GRACE, English, History
U. GRAFF, Mechanical Drawing
Miss E.M. GRAY, English, History
E.M. GREGORY, Language
Mrs. E.J. GROVER, English, History
Miss M.C. HALL, Art
E.H.. HARRIS, Physical Education
Miss E. HARSHBURGER, Physical Education
I.C. HATCH, Language
T.B. HEALY, Manual Arts
Miss A.H. HOLDEN, Language
Mrs. E. HOWE, Household Arts
G.C. INGELOW, History, Economics
Miss C.G. KELLY, Mathematics
Miss C. KEOHAN, Music
A.D. KING, Mathematics
C.J. LAMP, Music
A.L. LAPACHET, Mechanical Drawing
Miss E. McNAB, Household Arts
J.J. McTIERNAN, Manual Arts
P.J. MOHR, Mathematics
P.F. MOORE, Manual Arts
Miss H.L. MORIN, Science
Miss R. MURDOCH, Art
F.E. PERHAM, English, History
Mrs. A.H. RAYMOND, Art
Mrs. R.G. ROBB, Science
C.E. RUST, Manual Arts
E.C. SEWELL, Physical Education
Miss E. SMITTLE, English
Miss R.A. STARK, English
F. STOCKTON, Science
Miss B.M. STRANGE, Math
A.R. SUTHERLAND, Manual Arts
Miss A. TABRETT, English
C.R. TINSLEY, Manual Arts
Miss M. VAN VLECK, Art
C.C. WALKER, Mechanical Drawing
J.R. WATSON, Language
R.B. WEAVER, Manual Arts
C.C. WILKIN, Physical Education
Miss R.V. WINNEK, Household Artds
W. WIRT, Mathematics
Miss F.B. WOLFENBARGER, Art
Miss M. WOOD, Household Arts
GELDERT, W. Douglas
SHEK, Hing Der
TERRILL, Leila Belle
BROUGHTON, Queenie McCLERNON, Ethel PETTERSON, Yuki NAKAHARA, Victor SCHEIB,
Eugene JACOBSON, and several other members of the class are attending the
University of California. Hazel and Mabel REA plan to go next semester.
Hazel BROWN and Gertrude VON CLEVE are with the Metropolitan Insurance Company.
Ruth WAKEMAN is working for the Western Union Telegraph Company, while Felice BJOLSTAD runs a comptometer.
Hortense NEWMAN is attending Munson's Business College.
Virginia MURPHY is fast working her way up in the Federal Reserve Bank. Lorine OTTENSON, formerly connected with the bank, is now enjoying a four months' vacation in Texas with relatives.
Alvena JOHNSON has moved from San Francisco to Sacramento.
Marjory LOREY and Harold TOSO are working for the Chronicle.
Dorothea BUTTERWORTH is training at Normal to be a teacher.
Gerald SCHOENFELD is now connected with Westinghouse Electric Company.
Norman WRIGHT is working for the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Earl NORMAN is helping his father at the Peacock Auto Sales Company.
Tom OCKENDON, Carl WELLNITZ, and Tom WISHARD are working for the American National Bank.
"Hoolio" GOLDSAND is with the Southern Pacific, but expects to enter college in the fall.
"Big Bill" HENNING is connected with an optical firm.
At the San Francisco Institute of Art are Florence CRANE, who has quite distinguished herself; Patricia MOORE, Helen LEE and Westlle WIEDEMAN. Gladys THOMPSON is a student of the night classes, working in Miss Clay's Oriental Art Studio during the day.
Kenney MAY is still at the Palace Hotel.
Norman LONGMORE, we think, is at sea.
Harold TIEMROTH has already made two trips to Hilo, Hawaiian Islands, with the Matson Navigation Company.
Charlie EMERY is a student at a radio school and expects to go to sea as a wireless operator.
Harold TRIEBER is with the Standard Oil Company.