The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 21, 1914, SECTION FIVE, Page 4, Image 58

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    THE . SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLATfD. JFXE 21, 1914.
WASHINGTON HIGH TO GRADUATE ITS SECOND LARGEST CLASS
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THIS graduation exercises of the
June '14 class of the Washington
High School will be held in the
school auditorium next Tuesday even
ing, with the programme starting
promptly at 8:15 o'clock. The class Is
the second largest since the school was
built several years ago.
Although several prominent athletes
will be lost this time, the number Is
not aa heavy as In former classes. Kent
Wilson, wtai;er of the 100 and 230-yard
dashes in the Portland Interscliolastlo
Ieague track and Held meet, is In the
present class as Is George Davis, man
ager of the 1913 football team, and
Alvln W. Miller manager of the famous
championship team of 1912. Clifton
Johnson is another athlete who will be
missed by the school.
The members of the class are as
follows, the numbers referring to the
accompanying Illustrations: 1 Mildred
Graham, 2 Hugh Breckoo, J George
Davis, 4 Howells Dickinson, 5 Helen
Day.,' 6-Hasel ' Gerretson, 7 Clifton
Johnson, 8 Ellsworth Young, 9 Luolle
Hugglns. 10 Said Neer. 11 Fred
Downing. 13 Portia Baker. 13
Margaret Weeks, 14 Esther Evans, 15
Ixiretta Jennings, 16 Esther Knyske,
17 Mildred Kicgsley, IS Vera Lang
don,, 19 Harold Lake, 20 Willomay
Olinger. "1 Chloe Hayes, 22 Isabelle
Pease, 23 Eva Burns, " 21 Ivy Ten
Eyvk. 25 Llnnette Lewis, 26 Harry
Sellick, 37 Clara Manny, 28 Dorothea
Prier, 29 Helen Walker, 30 Logan
Stewart, 31 Eunice Downing, 32 Rosa
Ten Eyck, 33 Margaret Mooney, 34
Lucile Hood, 35 Luclle Cooley. 36
Ruth Schmuckll, 37 George Schwarz,
3S Earl Heltschmidt, 39 Edna Von
Readen. 40 Elva Smith, 41 Bessie
Earsley-42 Adelaide Wilson. 43 Lydia
Arnold. 44 Anna Panley, 45 Laura
Dikgle,- 46 Kent . Wilson, 47 Mabel
Molen, 48 Mildred StelnmeU,
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lUeuib'e Lyer, o iiiram numpnrty,
I DeWilt Lyman. t Grace Brucknian,
199 Eurl Webster. 100 Wllmoth
Osborne, 101 Donald Cowan, 102
Claudia" Seachrast, 103 Russell
Makeltm. 104 Rachel Hickman. 105
Eva Santee, 106 Margaret Lehmann,
107 Pearl Taphonsa, 108 Ellen De
Haven, 109 Frances Htilea, 110 Ed-
mond Bewen, 111 Oraoe Reed. 112
NeunertLang, 50 Georglna Jones, 51
Forrest Lowe. 53 Florence Vail. 53
Elva Shank, 64 Fay Barnes, 55 '
WUhelm Grondahl, 56 F. Lynn. Peter
son, 57 Ernest Morgan, 58 Naomi Bil.
leter, . 59 Bernice Miller, 60 Frank
Lyons. $1 Franklin Fowler, 62 Wilbur
Morrow, 63 Mary Vinton; 6i Barbara
Mensing. 65 Sophie George, 66 Anna
Erickson, . 67 Varna Carothers, 68
Mabel Byrd, 69 Helen Lewthwaite, 70
Gladys Reid. 71 Edith Moyer, 72
Edgar Garbade, 73 Alfred Hobson, 74
Beulah Dickson. 75 Oscar Noren, 76
Ernest Klein, 77 Fern Sherrod, 78
Miriam OBerg; 79-Stuart VIggers, 80
Helen Hall, 81 Bryan T. McMlnn. 82
Ernest Peterson, 83 Catherine Smith,
$4 Oscar McPherson. 85 Walter
Miller, -86 Lois Richmond, 87 Anita
Howard. 88 Dorothy Rood, 89 Ralph
Winehell, 0 Faye Shea, 81 Roy
Steele. 92 Irene Ban com, 93 Helen
Woodburn, 94-Addle McCullougb, 95
Rolaml IIi-bTt. 113 Irene f"lrobr1d,
114 Hoy Walton, 115 Anna Orace
Tallett. li Byron Muthews. 117
Ruth Anderson. 118 Alvln W. Miner,
lit Trea Rich!. 1 J Msrle Korea.
121 Msdellno Murphy, JJJ Ortsvia
Lee. 131 Adah Voting. IS WUroy
Anderson. 13 Lthel Gnudy. 134
Jam Carroll. 137 Heln H-rner, 133
Albert Closterman. 12 rlpha Gil
son. 130 Cyril Meyers. 131 Ora !"vU.
LA GRANDE BUILDING KEEN
Indications Point to Year of Uon
dcrful Growth for City.
LA GRANDE. Or., June JO. Ep
clal.) The Y. M. C. A. building, to cost
135.000. Is under construction. The new
addition to the Grand Ronde Hospital,
to cost 140,000. has been begun, a con
tract for the Cathollo Church, to cost
145.000, has been let, a score of houses
are being built and rontrsrts for a
dosen more have ben let.
No previous year In the history of the
olty lias si-en so much arllvtly In the
building line, and Indications point to
activity for tha entire yesr. AH this,
with tha proposed improvement 1o
cost 15.000 for which the O.-W. K. 4k
N. has made provision, will make a
year of wondrous growth In e renl
estate of tha city.
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