SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Eleanor PATEK, President
Catherine ROBINSON, Vice President
Ruth BRAMSTEDT, Secretary
Caroline GUIGNI, Treasurer
Marianne FRIEND, Yell Leader
Gertrude FLEMING, Sergeant-at-Arms
Give unto the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you.
Class Colors: Orange and Black
Class Flower: Tiger-Lily
Miss Evelyn D. Armer, English
Miss Edith Browning, English
Miss Ella Castelhun, History of Art; Mathematics
Miss Lenora Clark, Physical Education
Miss Margaret Dougherty, Chemistry, Cooking
Miss May Fitz-Gerald, History
Miss Helen Flynn, English
Miss T. Hesselberg, History
Miss Hattie H. Jacobs, English, History
Miss Marion Jones, Drawing, Designing
Miss S. Edith King, Science
Miss Ottilie Kohlberg, History
Miss Katherine Lahaney, Sewing
Miss Blanche Leviele, French
Mrs. Mary McGlade, Music
Mr. Thomas A. McGlynn, Drawing
Miss Marie McKinley, Mathematics
Miss Mary Meehan, Commercial Work
Miss Emma L. Noonan, Mathematics
Mr. Lorenzo Offield, Science
Miss Helen Papen, Spanish
Miss Edna M. Reeves, Science
Miss Helene Revoy, French
Miss Natalie Roth, English
Miss Clara M. Stark, Latin, History
Miss Genevieve Sullivan, Sewing
Miss Harriett S. Tabor, Sewing
Mrs. Laura H. Tharp, Aesthetic Dancing
Miss Emmelina De Th. Walker, Spanish, Italian
Miss Lydia E. Walker, Spanish, French
Mrs. Alice B. Wilson, Spanish, French
Miss Aida Ducato, Principal's Secretary
Marian HIRCH, June '21...Mr. Louis KAHN
Marian TROWBRIDGE...Mr. Joshua KIRK
Henriette JACOBS, June '21...Mr. Bernard GRIEFF
Irene SUMMERFIELD, June '21...Mr. Harold KLINGER
Lucile BERGEROT...Mr. Alton COLLINS...will be married in the spring
Edna OPPENHEIM...Mr. George Fredrick WATERMAN
Gladys LITTLE...Mr. Reed FUNSTON
Leonore MORRIS to Mr. Bernard WOLFF on August 18, 1921
Eleanor BENTZEN to Mr. James H. GIMMEL
Marian WIRTNER, Dec '19, to Lieut. Herbert ANDERSON, U.S.N.
Myrell ROSENTHALL to Dr. Jack WERNER
Margaret PERKINS, a graduate of several years ago [1918?], to Mr. Christopher TROWBRIDGE on October 31, 1921.
Helen BISSINGER to Mr. Hartley HUTCHINS
Lola PLUMB to Mr. Joseph PIVERNITZ
Mrs. Walter Charles ANSEL (formerly Eleanor DYER) is the mother of a baby girl, Abbie Dora ANSEL.
Mrs. Horace BLOCH (Therese KUTNER) is the proud mother of a daughter, Babette.
Margaret HAGAN, Mary RENISH, Gertrude STARKY, Reis DIEHL, and Helen LAFEE are
employed in downtown offices.
Aida DUCATO is serving in the capacity of Dr. Scott's secretary.
Elinor RAAS, Isabel CARTER and Edith SOLOMONS are attending Mills College.
Doris BLACK is attending the San Francisco Institute of Art.
Virginia PEAK, Marjorie BURROUGH, Eidth RICOMINI and Jessie PRATT are attending State Normal.
Sophie ROEHR and Helen SABALOT are taking a couse at Munson's School for Private Secretaries.
Dorothy BALL and Mignon BERNDT are attending Gallagher-Marsh Business College.
Mary UYEDA of Dec., '19, has been visiting in Japan for the last year.
Helen and Claire STRINGER are enjoying a pleasant trip in the East.
Frances MORRELL, a graduate of several years ago, is teaching in a school near Petaluma.
Ruth BRENNER of Dec., '09, who has been in New York for two or more years...has recently
estalished a community playhouse—The Sequoia Little Theatre...
"Pat" GREEN is song leader of the Freshman Class and Marion HARRON of the Sophomore Class of U.C.
|Teacher: "What is a vacuum?
Pupil: "Ah-er-er-I can't describe it, but I have it in my head."
Central: "The line's bizzie."
"I must hurry now."
"Late hours are bad for one."
The proper length for a skirt is just above reproach.
1st: "My dad has made me what I am."
"Say, do you think I'm a fool?"
Pupil: "I am indebted to you for all I know."
"Why don't you answer the door?"
Now that the grass is gone from the court, there is nothing
|R. Scheeline: "Only fools are positive."
G. Speier: "Are you sure?"
R. Scheeline: "Yes, I'm positive."
Miss D.: "How many sides has a circle?"
A girl's heart is like a moon; it has many changes, but there
Spend and the world goes with you.
Burglar: "One sound from you, and I'll squeeze you to death."
"Say, are you going to sell your new novel in book form?"
M. Lachman: "What's the matter with you?"
Miss Noonan: "I thought you were pursuing your studies at
He: "A kiss is the language of love."