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f No one could mistake Ruth Ca.ley's contagious gig-
gle or leadership. Ruth was a delegate to Girls'
State, a member of Student Forum, annual senior
editor, and president ot' her pride and joy, G.A.A.
f Creative and dramatic ability were demonstrated by
Phil Ca,marata. throughout four years of play activ-
ity. "Flip" voealized with the "A" Chorus and
f A letterwinner in track. 'tSmiley" fit his name even
when the going was tough, LaVerne Carlson was a
staunch member -of the Camera Club, and named
hunting and roller skating as his fav.n-ite pastimes.
fClerically inclined, Agnes L. Christensen contri-
buted her friendly smile and stenographic abilities
to Commercial Club. Social music and dancing were
sk The roller rink was one of Rosemary ChI'istense11's
favorite spots. She proclaimed roller skating as
tops for fun. In school activities, t'Rosie's" interest
was concentrated in G.A.A.
fMa.ria,m Christensen stood out as an example of ef-
ficiency plus. President of Commercial Club, she
excelled in typing and shorthand. Her other activ-
ities varied from G.A.A. to "QA" Chorus.
fChar1a,ne Cook's competent business management
kept the annual record free from red ink. "Chuck"
also made a reputation as a member in good stand-
ing in Y-Teens, J.C.li., and Drama XVOI-kshop.
fAuto mechanics gave Dean Cooper joy in life after
his transfer from Parkersburg in his senior year.
Football and baseball were the next two main
interests for Dean.
-kAlways in a hurry to get somewhere, usually to a
basketball game, Carolyn Cummings was two times
secretary-treasurer of G.A.A. A lot of her energy
was spent in Pep Club and in various vocal groups.
-AHA widely varied schedule of activities benefited by
Helene Denkinger's faithful support, ranging from
business staff on the annual to band and orchestra,
from basketball and fl.A.A. to Drama lVorkshop.
-A' Starting high school with musical inclinations, Alice
0ra.1ine Drew's interests lmoved toward the com-
mercial and drama groups. In addition, she enjoyed
skating and working as a waitress.
fTln-ougli his enthusiastic support in football and
wrestling, Norman Durns showed his interests in
athletics. He was happiest when tinkering with
cars, or better yet, when driving one.”