Mary Helen POST, B.L., Head
Mrs. Eliza H. TOCUM, A.M.
Mary PHELPS, A.B.
Ona M. ROUNDS, A.M.
Ruth L. KIMBALL, A.B.
Pearl F. PITCHER, A.B.
Agnes G. CARROLL, A.M.
Ethel SWAIN, A.B.
|Marian QUINLAN. Marian is the "girl of ideas." She is the author of the "Rising Generation" and chairman of the play and song committees. She was also on the "graduation night" programme.|
|Tessie ROGERS. Tex is one of our artists and she used her ability to good advantage as chairman of the color and flower committee.|
|George ASSELIN. George is our "Bell" editor and Vice President of the class. He was a member of the "Bell" staff '11, and also assistant editor of the "School Herald" '11. Senate and Crown and Shield claims him as their graduating member. He was also a member of the "Herald" staff '09, '10, '11, '12.|
|Zoe MECKLEM. Though Zoe has been such a quiet girl, she was a great help to the class song committee in choosing a song.|
|Ernest CONANT. Our class gift was presented by Ernest. He showed some good work on the Senior dance committee.|
|Hilda ANDERSON. Hilda is the secretary of the class. Besides being a member of the "Bell" staff, '12, she was chairman of the gift committee and an assistant on the prophecy and play committees.|
|Robert McARTHUR. "Bob" is our star athlete. He played on the football team of '10 and captained the team of '11. He was in the basket ball teams of '12, '11, '12. He was elected to Crown and Shield and was one of the members of the Prophecy Committee.|
|Lola SHIELDS. Philalethea recognized Lola's worth and elected her into their midst. Her favorite subject is German, and she is one of the mainstays of Kranzchen. She served on the Will Committee.|
|Kate Trevorrow. Kate is one of our "whizzes"; she finished "High" in three years. She worked on the programme and announcement committee.|
|Elinor ASHBROOK. We are sorry that Elinor was not with us more. We know that she could have helped us a great deal. She will be missed by the Glee Club.|
|Edwin KALER. Although Edwin has been with us but a year, he was entered into the spirit of the work with great zeal. The class elected him Vice President of the Lower House and made him a member of the dance committee.|
|Linda ALLOGGI. Linda is the girl with the sweet smile. She has been an enthusiastic member of the class and served on the color and flower committee.|
|Matthew HAZELTINE. Our class orator was a member of Ecclesia, Mask and Scroll, and Crown and Shield, of which he was President. Matt has also been a "whizz" in athletics, having played football in '09, and basketball in '09, '10 and captained the team in '11. He was chosen yell leader in '10, and has been supervising manager and representative-at-large.|
|Gertrude BUELL. Gertrude was a valuable assistant of the play committee. She was chairman of the prophecy committee and was a persistant worker of the "Bell" staff of this year as a reporter for the class.|
|Lillian EASTEY. Philalethea will lose a staunch member when Lillian graduates, as also will Circulo Hispanico. She was a great help to the History and Prophecy committees.|
|Frank BOOS. Frank has not been lacking in class spirit, nor has he missed a class meeting. We appreciate his work on the Senior week committee.|
|Ethel CARLYON. Ethel is the artist of our class. She designed our pin and was a member of the Flower and Color Committee, also of the Gift and Pin committees. She has been a valuable assistant to the "Bells" of '10, '11, and '12.|
|Frances FERRELL. Frances is one of our quiet girls, but she certainly captured the high records. She was a regular Latin "shark" and has accomplished four years' work in three years.|
|Freyda KRAUSE. Freyda was chairman of the motto committee and a member of the play and will committees. She was also on the "Bell" staff '12.|
|Walter THORNTON. "Husky" is assistant business manager of the "Bell." He won his sweater for his good work on the baseball team.|
|Charles FLOWER. Although Charlie is small, it must not be understood that he has not done anything great. He showed good business ability as a member of the pin committee.|
|Lloyd HARDGRAVE. Lloyd was class t reasurer and was chairman of the will committee and a faithful member of the gift committee. He was also a member of the football team '10 and '11.|
|Logan VESTAL. Logan was one of Ecclesia's orators and was a member of the prophecy committee.|
|George KOHL. George is the business manager of the "Bell." He was a diligent worker in Ecclesia and was a member of the Announcement and Programme committees.|
|Chester KUSAMA. Chester attended all the meetings most regularly and supported the class in all its undertakings. He is a member of the Mizuhonia, the Japanese society that was victorious over the Japanese society of the Lowell High School.|
|John McARTHUR. John decided to stay and graduate with us. He was [sic.] been a good player on the football team and served on the class week committee.|
|Raymond WILLIAMS. As Raymond came into the class late, we do not know much about him. He was a member of the class week committee.|
|Stanley SPRUNG. "Stan" always sees the funny side of life and has kept up the spirits of the class by his cheeery laugh. He was chairman of the History Committee and was a member of the Dance Committee and the "Bell" staff '12. He won his sweater in '10 for his work on the football team. Band and Orchestra will lose a stuanch supporter in his graduation.|
|Wayne CLARK. Wayne, our President, is a member of Ecclesia. He was general manager of the Bell-Herald for 2 years.|
|Elizabeth SCHMIDT. Elizabeth found time to help the class along by working on the Song Committee.|
|Bert DINNES. Bert joined us this semester and immediately became a member of the Senior Week Committee. He is Logeion's only graduate. He was a basket ball star in '10, '11, '12, and managed the star team of '10.|
|Lenore BARRETT. Lenore has been one of Delphic's most enthusiastic members and she will be greatly missed by the girls. She was a member of the prophecy committee.|
|Arline BOTSFORD. Philalethea recognized Arline's worth and took her into their ranks. She was a member of the Glee Clubs of '08 and '09.|
|Claribel BOESCH. Claribel worked hard on the programme committee, besides writing our class poem and being a member of Glee Club.|
|Howard WALKER. The fame of San Jose High School brought Howard to us from arar. Here, he has been foremost in class affairs and has been a member of Circulo Hispanico, Glee Club, and was chairman of the class week committee.|
|Marie JEANTROUT. Marie has been with us just this semester, but6 in that time she has proved to be a willing worker. She helped make the Senior Dance a success.|
|Frank BONNICKSON. Frank is mathematics "shark." He was an assistant on the Senior Week Committee.|
|Adele TORQUIN. Adele has been a star member of the Glee Club. She served on the Senior Week Committee.|
|Jane RINN. Jane has always lent a helping hand and has made herself useful to the whole class. She was a member of the History Committee and Circulo Hispanico claims her as a member.|
|Fay SPRINGETT. What could we have done without Fay? She was always ready to do more than her share and was ever busy with class work. She was a member of the Motto Committee and chairman of the Poem Committee.|
|Eva May TERWILLIGER. Eva May was a worthy member of Ephemerian and of Kranzchen. She was chairman of the Dance Committee and a member of the Class Programme Committee.|
|Dorothy WILLIAMS. Dorothy came into the class so late that it was impossible for her to do anything for the class. She will be missed by Circulo Hispanico.|
|Laverne CULBERTSON. Laverne came to us late in the semester, so we didn't get a chance to learn much about him, nevertheless he worked conscientiously on the Dance Committee.|
|John FAULDS. John was one of the quiet boys of the class, but showed some good work on the Dance Committee.|