Santa Cruz County Genealogy

SANTA CRUZ HIGH SCHOOL - 1913
Source: The Trident Commencement, Vol. XII, No. 5, Published by Santa Cruz High School, Santa Cruz, California, 1913


Perle ASMUSSEN - Student Body President
Gay HUGUS - Student Body Vice President
Carmel MITCHELL - Student Body Secretary-Treasurer
Earl SMITH - Student Body Reporter
Leroy BRITTSAN - Yell Leader

Harry CAMPBELL - Senior Class President
Frances McMURRY - Senior Class Vice President
Mary TRAIN - Senior Class Student Body Representative
Perle ASMUSSEN - Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer

GRADUATES

BALDWIN, Ruth
BRITTSAN, Leroy
CONNOR, Mary
DAUBENBISS, Gladys
DELCO, Enedina
DELCO, Fredes
EMART, Gladys
EVANS, Robert
FINCH, Helen
FREEMAN, Ethel
FRYKLAND, Ringhild
GARRETT, Agnes
GIBSON, Sarah
GOURDIER, Eleanor
GRIFFIN, Adeline
HALLAWAY, Cora
HORTON, ALlen
HOWLAND, Melville
HUGUS, Gay
KAUFMAN, Marie
KRATZENSTEIN, Alta
LASLEY, Minnie
LYNAM, Harold
MITCHELL, Carmel
PON, Sanuel
PUGH, Lillie
ROSE, Madeline
ROSENQUIST, Esther
ROUNTREE, Verna
SHEARS, Ruth
SHERMAN, Grace
SMITH, Stanford
SWINFORD, John
THOMAS, Phyllis
THOMPSON, Hester
TRUMBLY, Ethel
TURNER, Bertha
VAN WAYNER, Geoge
VETTERLE, Verna
WALTI, Clara
WATSON, Walter
WEBB, Jessie
WILKINS, Fern
WILLIAMS, Irene
WOOD, Lean

TRIDENT STAFF
Walter WATSON - Editor
Francis McMURRAY
Harold ANSLEY
Leah WOOD
Ruth WATSON
Lillie PUCH
Harold LYNAM
Agness GARRETT
Calvin PATTEE

IN MEMORIAM

Lisle HITCHINGS
George DOLAN
Earl BOYD

Great grief has filled the hearts of the entire High School body, both teachers and pupils. The cause of this sorrow was the accidental drowning of Earl BOYD, George DOLAN and Lisle HITCHINGS, Saturday night, June 7.

It would be difficult, indeed, to select three cleaner, more upright boys than these. Since their entrance into our High School life they have endeared themselves to all by their cheerful, friendly dispositions. Active in their school work, they have loyally supported all that was best in school.

Lisle was a Senior and a member of the Senior play cast. He was an enthusiastic rooter at every athletic and debating contest, and participated in several inter-school basket-ball games. Ever ready to lend a helping hand, he earned a place for himself in the hearts of this school-mates.

George was an active worker in the Forum, and as a Junior served on the Junior Trident staff. Cheeful, energentic, and always good-natured, he made hosts of friends. Whether in the school room, on the campus, or on the athletic field, his sunny disposition rendered him a general favorite.

Earl worked faithfully with his school books. In his drawing course he excelled as an artist, showing much talent and latent ability. He was often seen on the handball courts, and was a member of the second football team. As an under-classman, he made himself beloved by his classmates and by all who knew the real depth of his character.

If the Student Body feels this loss so greatly, we know that the sudden death of three only sons must be infinitely more heatrending to the parents. The students of the High School desire to extend their deepest sympathy to the bereaved families.


ALUMNI NOTES

Faith SWIFT, '08, has made a national honor society at Stanford. Congratulations from Santa Cruz Hi.

Amongst our many last year's graduates down for the summer, we notice Bessie FURLONG, William RADY, Edna HARDING, Norman MILLER, Charles FRICK and many others.

Will HARPER, Walter BYRNE and Wilmot MILHAM, of our 1910 class, are in Santa Cruz for their vacation.

Al PHILLIPS, '09, graduated from Stanford this year.

Another of our '09 graduates, Vance BLISS, received his diploma in dentistry from the Affiliated Colleges this year.

George GRIFFIN, who has been our "motor cop" for Santa Cruz County for the last two summers, is expected to be with us this year. If he is, take some good advice and don't speed when in sight of a "red-headed motocycle."



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