Abraham Lincoln High School - Lincolnian Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1945
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The Lincoln Ritual
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men
are created equal. That God hath made of one blood
all nations of men and we are His children, brothers
and sisters all. .
We are citizens of these United States, and we believe
our Flag stands for self-sacrifice for the good of all
people. We want, therefore, to be true citizens of our
great country, and will show our love for her by our
Our country may sometime ask us to die for her wel-
fareg but she now expects us to live for her. And so to
live and so to act that her government may be pure,
her oflicers honest, and every corner of her territory
shall be a place fit to grow the best men and women
who shall rule over her.
The flag means universal education-light for every
mind, knowledge for every child. We must have but
one Flag. We must also have but one language. This
must be the language of the Declaration of Inde-
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CHRI A EI Iw ARIANO RUBINO
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BEBB ARMSTRONG YVETTE Dum: LLOYD STORNIE
Secretary Treasurer Boys' Vice-President
ABEYTA, OSCAR - "ll" Ewa-
AMATO, THERESA - Maids,
Ladyes 127, Treas, of Ladyes.
ABDERHOLDEN, JOE- lads,
Squires. Sr. Glee Club, Varsity
Basketball 12l, "L" Societv.
Squires. Kg NS. Wva Bond
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ARCHER, PATRICIA - Maids
Ladyes 123. Chatelaines 125, Al-
pha. VVar Bond Commissioner.
BANKS. FLOYD-Squire, Cam, ARMgTRONG, BEBE -Laayes. BARBOSA MANUEL ,1-mek, ARMSTRONG. JOAN
R.o.'1'.C., Knight qzy, guys- per. 121. Chatelaines 123, G.M.D.C,, HOW. mee' Club-
sonnell, Chairnmn Merit Board. SGCFCT-RU' Chalelaines. G.A.A. ' '
BASILE, JAMES-Squire, Sen' IBASILE, ELIZABETH - Rail-
ior Glee Club. Drama, .splitter Staff. Variety Show,
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Dance, L2-dyes, Annual Staff.
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CAi.Aano.A EDWARD Bmmd Ladyes 121, Perfect Attendance rep, R.O.'I'.C. cm, Squire tzm, nel, c,.A.A. tap, Perfect Attend-
Page Squire Knmht' f, 48 semestersb, Modern Dance Football Band 161, Orchestra. ance 177, Sr. Glee Club 143.-
comjl, "A" Basketball 101- cm'
CUZZONE DAVID BURCIAGA. SABINA
Jr. Red Cross, Defense Club
Glee Club, 'LadyPS, Fllatelaines. Uwe
DONG, DAvao-Knigm, 'L' sn:
"A" Football 623, BOYS
Club, Visual Ed. Comm,
G.A.A. 157, Sci-
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Drama, Glee Club HP, Thrift
FRY, MERRILL--i2yr5.J "B" CQLLARD, HELEN-Art Com-
Football, Knight, Square, Sr. missioner, Modern Dance, Rail-
Glee Cluh, Visual Ed. splitter Staff.
GABY, FRANKqDance Band.
481 Gym Club, R.O.1'.C.. C27
Squire, Music Comm. Football
Band l6l Orchestra 461.
GENQVA, TOM-Lad. Page. DIAZ, LORRAINE
Squire, Knight, Student Bod!
GIOVANINI, ROSS-"H" Foot-
ball, "B" Baseball, "A" Base-
ball 637, "A" Football 123.
DE MATEIS, CHRISTINE -
Maid 627, Lady f2l. Dance Com-
mittee, Student Body Secretary
DUBE. AGN ES
onunas, JOHNNY-Squire, DUBE, vvE'r'rE - G1 1 b culosmx, GEORGE-R.O.T.C., ESTF'ADAf POI-A-G-A-A. 141
Knight 117, Gym Club IU, Glee Treasurer of Senior A glasgu ' Varsity Football, Glee Club. Chatelaln-95. CB-DL of G4M.D.C
Club CU, Visual Education.
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Pres.,,Fom- G.A.A. 441 427- Squlff' 127. Clwrus.
A LOMONACO, ROSALIE-f',A.A. PASKH. , HARRY-Page 121.
MUNSON. PHILLIP Hy, Inter-Mural c:,ummiss10ner. Squire 423, Knight 127, School
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IFZEREA, WILFRED - Kniglil Military Drill corp Q21 'H Red Cross 07'
NORCIA ANNA MAE - Maid,
RAMIREZ' RAUL Lzulye Gil, Chatelaine 125. Al-
pha 141. Editor of Railsplitter,
RUBINO, MARIANO-Page UP,
Squire 121, Knight 127, House
Manager 121, Alpha 139.
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PETROTTA MA GA SANCHEZ. GEORGE Chatelaing Q23 xg.M. X .L Alpha
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THORPE, RICHARD-Lad 123.
Page, Squire 121, Knight 621.
Gym Club 125, Sport Comm.
l-ULLIAN-Junior Red TERRANOVA, TOMMY-Major
Cross representative. of R O T C
VOJKOVICH, JOHNNY - Glee
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SANCHEZ, ALICE - Los Fies-
teros. Dance Class 123, G.A,A
STAMSEK, CARMELITA STONE. NOVELLE-Lzulyxf 123,
Chute-laine 127. Commissioner of
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MILLER, ALFRED-Page flb, GARCIA, SOCORRO HANLEY, HAMILTON LUCEFKO, LILLIAN-G.A.A. C57
Squire 121, R.0.T.C. 137. Chorus.
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FARESHETIAN, ART- GONZALES, JOE-
GARLAND, LILLIE- GUERggA, OLGA-
GIANCANELLI. LORENA- HAROS, ANTONIA
MASL ANGELO- moD1cA, .1AcK-
IMASI, PAUL MORTELLARO, LILLIAN-
'lIAZOUCH, ROBERT- NORTON, LEATRICE-
MILICH, DOROTHY- MOTAI CHARLES-
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PINTO, ALFONSO -
FUGGIOY JIMMIE, SCHAEFER. wII.I.IAIv TR'P'N" MARY
SM-DANM CELIA- SEGA' LENA' VERNETTI. MARIE
SANCH EZ, MARY-
soro. VIRGINIA- V"-l-AN0. ANGEI-INA
SANTANA, ESTHER STUDER, GLORIA WEL,-ER VALERIE,
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Chatelaines is the highest honor,
service organization in Lincoln. The
girls who are members are considered
the "cream of the crop."
The Chatelaines' duties are to work
with al-l students in becoming better
citizens, also working with newcom-
ers to Lincoln by taking over classes
once every two weeks to teach songs,
yells, and traditions of Lincoln.
Not only are members of Chate-
laines required to be good citizens,
but in addition, maintain high scho-
Mrs. Carr was sponsor during W'45.
Mrs. Shea is sponsor of organi-
zation at present. .
Rosalie Lamonica .......... Intra-Mural
Christine De Mateis .......... Secretary
Mike Bevelaqua ..............., President
Mary Steener .... Jr. High Red Cross
Helen Collard ........,..................... Art
Anna Mae Norcia .... Railsplitter Ed.
Genevieve .Villagran .............. Health
Margie Santiago .............. Girls' Vice
Peggy Porter .........,...... Extra-Mural
Theresa Fly .... Girls' Sports QGAAQ
Rose Bruno ....,....... Girls' Personnel
Novelle Stone .,........ - ..... ..... F inance
David Dong ............................ Visual
Tom Genova ...........,........ Boys' Vice
Mariano Rubino ...... House, Grounds
Ed Calabro l....................... Dramatics
Floyd Banks ............ Boys' Personnel
Tom Terranova ...... Major R.O.T.C.
The Knights is the 12th grade hon-
or organization. It is sponsored by
Mr. Gillespie. They take the most im-
portant posts at school such as the
cafeteria and hash lines. They also
help in the auditorium and help take
classes when teachers have to be out.
At the end of the year they clean
out lockers and help fix the school
by painting the benches and fixtures.
They are a real service to the school.
W E S E R V E
The Squires is the boys' serv-
ice organization for the 11th
grade. Their main duty is to take
the different posts at noon. This
is an important duty and takes
a lot of the students' time and
ability. They also help by being
hosts and any other duties Mr.
Adamson suggests. The Squires
and Ladyes had a very success-
ful party this term as they have
had in the past under the spon-
sorship of Mrs. Hallett.
The Ladyes is the girls' serv-
ice organization of the 11th
grade. Their main duty is to take
post at lunch time. The girls
have a very impressive initiation
with the high ideal of life as
their motto. They also had a
very successful party this term
under the able sponsorship of
The Maids is the girls' service or-
ganization for the 10th grade. Their
work is similar to that of the Pages.
They also have been studying the
higher service clubs and organizations
so they will be ready to take their
places in them when they reach the
senior grades. They have had two
nice dances this term. They meet
twice a week at noong once for busi-
ness and the other time a social meet-
ing with the Pages. Mrs. Burke has
been their sponsor for a year and a
.fa-JJ auf .faddied
The Lads and Lassies is the
Service organization for the
Mrs. McClean has been their
sponsor for past several years,
TMS group takes all the respon-
Sibility and gives the A9 party.
This group also does all the ush-
ering in the Junior auds.
The Pages is the boys' service or-
ganization of the 10th grade. Their
primary work is to assist the House
and Grounds Committee. To become
a member they have to be recom-
mended by one of their teachers and
have good character traits.
They are also striving to devel0P
social poise, and class leaders. The
Pages have two meetings a week, 0119
for business and one, a jfiint meeting'
with the Maids for social functions.
Mrs. Tufts has been their able sponsor
since she came to Lincoln a year and
a half ago.
Under the able supervision of Mrs.
Stevens the Log and Hatchet organi-
zation was formed.
This club is open to eighth-grade
pupils with high character and scho-
lastic traits. This term they have
been working closely with the Red
Cross and their drives.
On May 4 the members and spon-
sor enjoyed a successful party which
was given in the Social Hall.
Emblem of the Log and Hatchet
Club is a shield with an outstanding
"L" placed in the center
SENIOR HIGH CLUBS
This is a newly organized club. Its
purpose is for the study of reptiles,
including snakes, lizards, and turtles,
of Los Angeles county. In their
studying, the club members learn the
names, common and scientific, of
these reptiles. Mrs., Cornell is the
The Science Club is the oldest club
at Lincoln. Its members are Senior
High students who have an interest
in science. At each meeting, under
the guidance of Mrs. Armstrong, a
member of the club or faculty gives
a lecture or demonstration.
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This club is made up of students of
Spanish background with artistic tal-
ents. Some of the boys and girls
dance native folk dances, others sing
to the accompaniment of their gui-
tars. Especially talented ones do both.
This term the club intends to venture
into the field of drama. The sponsor
is Mrs. Morales.
Modern dance is a special class for
girls which meets first period in the
gym. There each morning Miss Chad-
wick gives a vigorous workout to the
unfortunate members of the class.
They don't let that discourage them
however, as it is really fun..
e The advanced dance girls some-
times put on programs in the auditor-
ium or for special occasions.
The girls wear costumes like the
ones in the picture to the right. They
can be of any color. This is for con-
venience and appearance.
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The Senior Girls Glee Club, under
the sponsorship of M1's. Sussman, has
a uniform dress consisting of a black
skirt and white sweater with a red
and white emblem. The girls sing at
and calls, and with the Boys'
Glee Club. They will also sing at the
lfnited Nations pageant.
The Senior Girl Scouts have been
very busy this year doing Red Cross
work and community service. How-
ever, they don't believe in working all
the time and on several occasions
have enjoyed outings to neighboring'
parks. They have had an especially
good time under the able sponsorship
of Miss Chadwick, known to the girls
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The Junior Service Club was first
organized by Mrs. Carr last year. It
was organized for the purpose of giv-
ing the Junior girls an opportunity
to do school service.
This term they are under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Linville. The girls
have helped in the cafeteria and col-
The Junior Science Club was organ-
ized by Miss Shryock when the Jun-
ior High was first established at Lin-
coln two years ago. The club is for the
benefit of all students in the Junior
High interested in science. They have
had one joint party with the Senior
Science Club and sometimes join to-
gether for interesting out side speak-
ers, At their regular meetings the
students give talks on special sub-
jects such as redwoods, seaweed, an
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lected scrap paper for the Red Cross.
The Junior Girl Scouts were organized
at Lincoln last year under the sponsorship
of Mrs. Barrett. They participate in the
regular Girl Scout program for girls under
14. At present most of them are working
on their Second Class badge, which re-
quires the performance of one project
from each of 10 fields: Nature, Sports and
Games, Community Life, Arts and Crafts,
Health and Safety, Literature and Dramat-
ics, Music and Dancingg International
Friendship, Homemaking, Out-of-Doors.
Later they will specialize in more detailed
activities in three or four of these fields
to earn the 10 merit badges toward First
Class rank. They have also had fun on
their supper outings where they prepare
and cook their dinner over an open fire.
P.S. A few of the girls were camera shy.
This year Lincoln was the first
high school to be able to fly the
Minute Man Flag, which means that
ninety per cent of the students buy
war stamps every month. To encour-
age the boys and girls there have
been several aud calls, the admission
to which was the purchase of stamps.
To further stimulate the thrift pro-
gram there is the bond booth. It was
constructed at very little cost by our
Wood Shop. It is of streamlined de-
sign and patriotically painted. There
the seven Victory Maids sell stamps
and bonds at noon. All this is due to
the untiring efforts of Miss Benore
who has devoted a great deal of her
time and talents to further this cause.
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Having wound up the regular
playing season with the happy
satisfaction that they gave their
best in every contest, Lincoln's
gridders once more have hung
up their grid togs. Every player,
first-string or otherwise, con-
tributed his talents toward the
Coach Ford did a magnificent
job in molding a fighting aggre-
gation. At the beginning of the
year he had but four lettermen
and a group of promising 10th
graders. But that didn't stop
him. He went right to work and
built a team that was never
looked down upon.
Highlights of the season were
the stellar playing of Quarter-
back Jimmie Riggio, who was
chosen on the All-Northern team
and the All-City squad.
Best games of the year were
against Franklin and Wilson.
The Tiger was not given much
chance by the experts to win
either game but the Franklin
squad was completely outplayed
the entire first half. Wilson also
was given a scare. For over
three-quarters of the game the
Lincoln eleven led by a comfort-
able score. It was not until the
very last minutes of play that
Wilson was able to pull up and
pass the Lincoln squad.
FIGHTING AGGREGATION oF '44-First row, left to right: Badran, h
Marchlca, es Dong, ts McFar1and,t: Riggio, qp Vullo, gg Fowler, gg Pinto q
Second row: Giovanini, hg DiPietra, cg Colo, cg Iacano, hg Cilino, f 3 McCree
eg Coach Ford.. Third row: Doyle, qg Perez, hg Apodoca, cg LoMonico, hz
WOHS, 'CS TTUJIUO, hi Papa, 63 Waefv gl L0ya, f. Background: Merez, e,
Munson, tg Johnson, eg Oberst, tg Stornie, tg Huekrudt, tg and Ruiz, g
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BEE GRIDMEN-First row: Gonzales, DiPietra, Fe r ' '
canelli, Fry, Bellanca, T. DeFazio, Aragon. Secondr5c?wc1,Tg11::sar1i'Tagan-
Venezuela, Lopez, Mendoza, Tally, Bevelaqua, Perez, Mojica Baker Thigi
row: Brown, Jimenez, Carreon, Fierro, Alvarado, Davis Rbmano .F De.
Fazio, Gilkerson, Salcedo, Romero. Fourth row: Canzoneri Trujillo Sem.
peta, Faltz, Orizolla, Algorri. ' '
CASABAMEN-First Row: Calabro, Fiore, P. Nickovich, Davis, Abder-
holden. Second Row: Johnson, Mg'r.g Laveaux, Lobie, Tinajero, Moriel
and R. Nickovich,
ATI-ILETES IN ACTION
1st row- Sullivan, Soto, Petrotta, Najar,
Davis, Felix, Dean Canales 2nd row A
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thony, Carrion, Johnson, Amador, Pizzola
Hamiltfml Arragon, Gonzales, Walker J. Pe-
1st row-Badran, Algorri, DeFazio, Chia-
chario, Alvarez, Perez, Archuleta.2nd row-
Mgr. Agate, Canzanarie, Baker, Lobie, Per-
ez, Latham, Baum, Jimenez. Back row-
Eshom, Nickovich, Marangie.
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lst row-Banks, Lara, Moriel, Giancanelli,
Cruz, Lanza. 2nd row-B. Davis, R. Davis,
Nigkovich, Giovanini, McCray, Fields, Mc-
Rdex Qrd row-Montellano, Gilkerson, Ma-
britto, Marchan, Restovich, Fenton, Bor-
quez, Burgess, Hernandez.
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Head Basketball-Mary Fernandez
Head Speedball-Elinor Avenatti
Yell Leaders--Evelyn Pezzopane and
The Girls Athletic Associa-
tion was formed in 1923. This
organization was established
to give to every girl an oppor-
tunity to show her ability as
a leader, sport, and friend.
The officers of G.A.A. are
known as b o a r d members.
Their duties are to plan and
discuss all activities which oc-
cur throughout the semester.
All types of sports are of-
fered in G.A.A. Recently mod-
ern dance has been one of the
favorite sports. Other sports
are baseball, volleyball, soft-
ball, hockey, speedball, bad-
minton, and basketball.
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Recording Secretary - Josephine
Corresponding Secretary - Vera
Head Softball--Evelyn Pezzopane
Head Volleyball-Carmen Forniss
Head of Dance-Genevieve Villagran
Attendance Recorder-Lorraine Can-
Yell Leaders-Liberty Pacheco and
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In accepting membership to the G.A.A., I will comply with the following:
In my Sportmanship, I will try to be: Honest, Cooperative, Dependable, and Courteous.
In my personal appearance, I will try to be: Neat and Clean in body, speech and clothes.
In my scholarship, I will try to have: Passing grades in solids and A or B in Physical Education.
In my citizenship, I will have: Initiativeg Puntualityg Willingn-ess to do thingsg and Friendliness.
In Leadership, I will try: To be more helpful to faculty and studentsg To gain self-confidence, and To serve
Most of all, I will always remember that the Girls' Athletic Association stands for FRIENDSHIP, COM-
PAN ION SHIP and LEADERSHIP.
1st Row-Left to right: Helen Marshall,
Catherine Meadows, Tomilene McCaslin, Gene-
vieve Villagran, Ernestine Aguilar, and Elva
2nd Row-Left to right: Pat Archer, Vir-
ginia Beaver, Elvira Hirsch, Natalie Jimenez,
Rosalie Spagnolie, Esther Laufe, Annie Ange-
les, Shirley Tucker, Rae Jean Richards, and
3rd Row-Left to right: Mary Ann Sanz,
Carrnelita Gellegas, Joan Cooper, Irene Grun-
singer, Josephine Cartago, Pat Eckles, Rachel
Saldano, Pola Estrada, and Theresa Fly.
1st Row-Left to right: June Nelson, Liber-
ty Pacheco, Veta Cortese, Annie Corrol, Vivian
Cardova, Evelyn Pezzopane, Grace Massafra,
Rose Bruno, Jo Tombrello, and Marian Fran-
2nd Row-Left to right: Geraldine Ferrara,
Norma Hansen, Josephine Ferrara, Wanda
Warkenstine, Beverly Knipcheer, Flora Zal-
date, Gloria Wong, Eleanore Avenatti, Lor-
raine Candelaria, Carmen Torres, Rose Lo-
rango, Socorra Montes, and Concetta Mangi-
3rd Row-Left to right: Josephine Stassi,
Margie Santiago, Rose Marie Lombardo, Nancy
Young, Anita Aguilar, -Susan Cortez, Alice
Mora, Lupe Diez, Esperanza Arrelano, Beth
Hunter, and Urania Mangir.
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lst Row--Left to right: Dorothy McElroy,
Beatrice D'Amico, Lillian Douthett, Grace
Warner, Carmen Forniss, Norma Masuralla,
Catherine Geonetta, Joan Constantino, and
2nd Row-Left to right: Mary Fernandez,
Marian Estrada, Jacqueline Lamp, Virginia
Reed, Alberta DeLaura, Geraldine Siegal, An-
nie Pecora, Genevieve Luchetta, Virginia Sa-
racho, and Dolores Sanchez.
3rd Row-Left to right: Sally Bulger, An-
gelina Gonzales, Norma Valdemar, Josephine
David, Irene Gonzales, Trin! Lomeli, Connie
Gonzales, Lorraine Wil on, Dolores Huecho,
and Frieda Perry.
4th .Row-Left to right: Jennie Arrelano,
Esther Diez, Antonia Ayala, Sarah Alvedarez,
Connie Katatye, Mary Ann Sanz, Carmelitn
Gallegos, Theresa Corrales, Deliina Bernal,
Dolores Jacovetta, and Margaret Vojkovich.
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Preamble to the Officers' Constitution
We the officers of the Lincoln High School R.O.T.C.
in order to form a more efficient, effective, and elite
troop, do hereby authorize and establish this Office-rs'
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Josie Cartago, Dolores Foster, Annie Angelus, Lillian Routh, Alice Shaw, Jackie Lamp, Choncetta Man-
gione, Bebe Armstrong, Beatrice Ruiz, Nada Nubasitch, Dora Nandino, Mary Fernandez, Lee Manuele,
Eleanor Quesada, Mary Jo MacKinney, Thurra Kuykendall, Bettie Cole, Evelyn Bewly, Phyllis Pickell,
Rachel Arriola, Margaret Leatti.
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staff 3 Pat Archer, Senior pictures and clubs, Louise Casta-
law, Junior clubs, Liberty Pacheco, classes and Senior "B",
Harry Paskil, photographerg Norma Hansen, editor, Norma
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Lomonico, Peggy Porter. Front: Joan Constitine, Catherine Geonetta, Rose Bruno, Virginia Parra,
Mary Steiner, Alberta De Laura.
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Mae Norcia, Helen Collard, Bonnie Guthrie. Middle: Helen Canerria, Angie Flores, Irene Skowronek,
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